Downtime

Time when the photovoltaic system cannot provide power for the load. Usually expressed in hours per year or that percentage.
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downtime

[n] - a period of time when something (as a machine or factory) is not operating (especially as a result of malfunctions)
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downtime

noun a period of time when something (as a machine or factory) is not operating (especially as a result of malfunctions)
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downtime

The time that a player spends doing nothing while waiting for other players to complete their turns. (See also player interaction)
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downtime

The time that a player spends doing nothing while waiting for other players to complete their turns. (See also player interaction)
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Downtime

1. A temporary interruption in the usability of a computer system.2. A work stoppage caused by the temporary lack of usability of acomputer system.
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downtime

(ITIL Service Design) (ITIL Service Operation) The time when an IT service or other configuration item is not available during its agreed service time. The availability of an IT service is often calculated from agreed service time and downtime.
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downtime

The time that a player spends doing nothing while waiting for other players to complete their turns. (See also
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