## Look up: Set-point

1. Set point
Set point or setpoint might mean one of: ...
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2. Set Point
Value of a controlled variable, departure from which causes a controller to operate to reduce the error and restore the intended steady state.
Found op http://www.windmill.co.uk/glossary.html

3. set point
[n] - the final point needed to win a set in tennis
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4. Set Point
Arithmetic mean of the excursions of the controlling waveform in the Model 8800; i.e., the algebraic sum of the positive and negative amplitudes of the waveform. It is roughly equivalent to 'mean level' on earlier Instron Servohydraulic Testing Systems.
Found op http://www.instron.co.uk/wa/resourcecenter/glossary.xhtml

5. Set Point
Value of a controlled variable, departure from which causes a controller to operate to reduce the error and restore the intended steady state.
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6. Set Point
The temperature at which a controller is set to control a system.
Found op http://www.flowmeterdirectory.com/flowmeter_technical_glossary/flowmeter_te

7. set point
noun (tennis) the final point needed to win a set in tennis
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8. Set Point
In the context of feedback systems it is the nominal value toward which the system strives. In a controls context it is the D/A value of any parameter when an applications program is entered.
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1. Set Point
In the context of feedback systems it is the nominal value toward which the system strives. In a controls context it is the D/A value of any parameter when an applications program is entered.
Found op http://www-bdnew.fnal.gov/operations/accgloss/gloss.html#A

2. Set point
[medicine] In medicine, the term set point refers to any one of a number of quantities (e.g. body weight, body temperature) which the body tries to keep at a particular value. This concept is relevant to practices of physiology and psychology, among others. Example quantities with set points...
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3. Set-point
(CONTROL SYSTEMS GLOSSARY) A desired level for a process variable. The systems seeks to correct the variable when it deviates from this standard.
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4. set-point
(set´point) the target value of the controlled variable that is maintained by an automatic control system, such as the point at which body temperature is controlled by the hypothalamic thermostat. Written also set point.
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5. SetPoint
SetPoint is the name of Logitech`s driver suite for its mouse and keyboard products. It is the successor to the company`s MouseWare and iTouch driver suite. For mice, it has three sections: Mouse Button Settings, which allows the user to change the function of each button and have different setting...
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6. Setpoint
[control system] Setpoint is the target value that an automatic control system, for example PID controller, will aim to reach. For example, a boiler control system might have a temperature setpoint, that is a temperature the control system aims to attain. ...
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7. Setpoint
An alternative term for Reference, but more specific - this term can only be applied to a demand not the point to which it can be compared.
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8. setpoint
1) Critical tennis situation 2) Situation in which service is important 3) Tennis situation
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