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MV

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for MALDIVES.
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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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This application typically uses a compensated millivolt pressure sensor.
One major difference: Millivolt heaters operate on 1/2 volt DC compared with electronic ignition heaters that work off of 24 volts AC.
The relays for switching a high-voltage capacitor onto these leads are not shown, but even with the arbitrary waveform generator switched out, the millivolt circuits are only a fraction of a centimeter from the kilovolt shock.
The seminar takes a hands-on approach to servicing and repairing millivolt and electronic heaters.
His team's custom boost converter works for input voltages of as little as 20 millivolts (a millivolt is one-thousandth of a volt), an input voltage lower than any existing such device.
The transducers convert temperature signals from RTDs, thermocouples, potentiometers and sensors with linear millivolt characteristic curves into 4-20 mA analog signals.
The LTD outputs a millivolt signal directly proportional to the temperature it is measuring, 10 millivolts per degree, on either the Fahrenheit or Centigrade scale.
This model is also available in millivolt and current outputs.
Eliminating a mechanical interface from the F-2003 system also removes the problem of sending a millivolt signal across a mechanical interface whose accuracy is compromised by dirt and wear.
They offer secure attachmen t of the entire electrode to the skin, which is important for proper detection of low signal transmissions that are often only one millivolt or less.
The Model TS Transducer Simulator from Sensotec simulates the milliVolt per-Volt output of an unamplified strain gauge transducer.