Labeling Dictionary

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Labeling Dictionary V

Establishing documented evidence that provides a high degree of assurance that a specific process will consistently produce a product meeting its predetermined specifications and quality attributes. FDA requirements drive the most stringent of process validations. the requirements of industries not regulated by the FDA are not usually as rigorous, but are sufficient to prove the efficacy of the process.
Value added
Activities or work essential to ensure a product or service meets the needs of the customer.
Value engineering
A total approach to design that achieves improved performance and quality by stressing simplicity and integration of design and manufacturing techniques.
Abbreviation for a Value-Added Reseller.
A factor that can be altered, measured, or controlled.
Variable data
Numerical information that can be changed during application operation. It includes timer and counter accumulated values, thumbwheel settings, and arithmetic results.
Variable Speed Drive
A drive or power transmission mechanism that includes a speed changing device.
A vector quantity that denotes both magnitude (e.g., speed) and direction in relation to a given frame of reference.
Velocity loop
A feedback control loop in which the controlled parameter is motor velocity. Usually uses a tachometer for a feedback device.
Abbreviation for Variable-Frequency Drive.
Video Graphics Adapter (VGA)
A video adapter introduced in 1987. The VGA duplicates all video modes of the EGA (Enhanced Graphics Adapter) and provides several additional modes
Vision systems
Employ video cameras for inspection, verification, measurement, code reading and other purposes. Vision systems employ sophisticated pattern-recognition software to analyze the images they capture and compare it against defined patterns.
Voice recognition systems
Devices which are either portable and fixed station which use human speech as data input and translate it into machine recognizable codes or commands.
A volt-ampere (VA) is the unit used for the apparent power in an electrical circuit, equal to the product of root-mean-square (RMS) voltage and RMS current.

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