Definitions

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  • adj. Capable of being calibrated.

Etymologies

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From calibrate +‎ -able.

Examples

  • The model determines the level of CEO pay across firms and over time, offering a benchmark for calibratable corporate finance.

    Why has CEO pay increased so much?

  • Eizo Nanao Corporation has just introduced two of its ColorEdge-series of hardware calibratable LCD monitors, namely the 30-inch ColorEdge CG303W and the 22-inch ColorEdge CG223W, both developed for still and motion picture work like pre-press, digital photography, video editing and montage (because post production actually defines all of that).

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • A first generation, self-calibratable MEMs that has been used to measure the Casimir forces between gap1 and gap2

    Gizmag Emerging Technology Magazine

  • The space-saving labelling machine is very flexible as it can also be retrofitted into existing systems - both as a stand-alone solution and as part of a comprehensive control and software concept - and can also be fitted to a calibratable weighing terminal.

    Press Release

  • • PWM module using external clock or calibratable internal oscillator with programmable outputs delay management

    Embedded Computing Design

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