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MV

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for MALDIVES.

MV

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Maldives. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Maldivian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for the Maldives. This is used as an international standard for shipping to the Maldives. Each administrative atoll has its own code with the prefix "MV." For example, the code for Raa is ISO 3166-2:MV-13.
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The MLV Series provides a high output signal at a low operating voltage, while maintaining comparable output levels to traditional equivalent compensated millivolt sensors operating at higher voltages.
Hooking nails to trees and connecting a voltmeter, he found that bigleaf maples, common on the UW campus, generate a steady voltage of up to a few hundred millivolts.
UT14 1/8-DIN and UT15 1/4-DIN controllers feature built-in and field-selectable universal inputs (nine thermocouples, two RTDs, millivolt, d-c voltage or current) and outputs (relay, 4-20mA or 15 v d-c pulse), along with autotuning, two externally selectable setpoints, two configurable alarms, and NEMA-3 front face.
An added feature of the STT 3000 is the reading of highest and lowest inputs, external cold-junction compensation at an isothermal block, and engineering units displayed in degrees C, F or R, plus millivolts and ohms.
It includes an external interface box that controls the movement of the load frame in tension or compression and acquires load, deflection and millivolt data from the force transducer under test.
This regulator architecture, combined with low millivolt regulation, enables multiple ICs to be paralleled easily for heat spreading and higher output current.
The Mark R generates a millivolt output as function of the target temperature in a nonlinear fashion.
Dynamic VID(TM) technology allows seamless on-the-fly VID changes that adjust the output voltage in tiny millivolt increments.
Several new updates to the integrated web utility have been added, including the ability to calibrate by millivolts per volt (mV/V).
Current rules state that an FM translator rebroadcasting an AM station must belocated such that the 60 dBo contour of the FM translator station is contained within the lesser of the 2 millivolts per meter (mV/m) daytime contour of the AM station, or within a 25-mile radius centered at the AM transmitter site.
Scientists describes that if you contrast the electrical field of the outside world to the electrical field simply under our skin, there's a difference of concerning 100 millivolts.