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Reference Human Flicker Perceptibility Threshold

Latvian translation: (cilvēkam) uztveramās mirgošanas (references) robežvērtība

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00:23 Jul 1, 2007
English to Latvian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Electronics / Elect Eng
English term or phrase: Reference Human Flicker Perceptibility Threshold
An output of 1.00 from Block 4 corresponds to the ***Reference Human Flicker Perceptibility Threshold*** for 50% of the population.
Kristine Sprula (Lielause)
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Local time: 03:02
Latvian translation:(cilvēkam) uztveramās mirgošanas (references) robežvērtība
Explanation:

acīmredzot saistīts ar frekvencēm - nepietiekamas frekvences rada mirgošanu - elektrības gaisma raustās. TV - varētu būt ekrāna, displeja zibsnīšana.
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3(cilvēkam) uztveramās mirgošanas (references) robežvērtība
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reference human flicker perceptibility threshold
(cilvēkam) uztveramās mirgošanas (references) robežvērtība


Explanation:

acīmredzot saistīts ar frekvencēm - nepietiekamas frekvences rada mirgošanu - elektrības gaisma raustās. TV - varētu būt ekrāna, displeja zibsnīšana.


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