N. i.

German translation: Nicht in / Nur in

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German term or phrase:N. i.
Selected answer:Nicht in / Nur in
Entered by: sylvie malich

09:48 Jun 2, 2004
German language (monolingual) [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Engineering: Industrial / CNC controls
German term or phrase: N. i.
In a table describing various commands for CNC controls.
The full text is:
((N. i. Beckhoffstrg.) Falls YH09P: „EIN“ (TB- Maschine) ausgewählt oder ein elektrischer Antrieb für den Transport aufgebaut ist, kommt das Analogsignal für YH05P immer von einer PC-Karte (nicht von DA-Karte))

Thanks much,
sylvie
sylvie malich
Germany
Local time: 14:00
Nicht in Beckhoff-Steuerung
Explanation:
i.e. "not applicable to Beckhoff control" OR "not [included] in Beckhoff control"

"Beckhoffstrg." is almost certainly a Beckhoff-Steuerung - cf. e.g.
http://www.pc-control.net/pdf/012002/pcc_ASML_d.pdf - while my assumption for "N.i." remains somewhat speculative.



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Note added at 9 mins (2004-06-02 09:58:15 GMT)
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Further proof of \"Beckhoff-Steuerung\":
http://www.pc-control.net/pdf/012004/pcc_ira_griffin_d.pdf
http://www.beckhoff.de/

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Note added at 15 mins (2004-06-02 10:03:36 GMT)
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As to \"N. i.\", it might be safer to ask the customer, though.
Selected response from:

Steffen Walter
Germany
Local time: 14:00
Grading comment
The word came back that it is in fact "Not in", however it could very likely have been "Nur in". I think both should go in the glossary.
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Nicht in Beckhoff-Steuerung


Explanation:
i.e. "not applicable to Beckhoff control" OR "not [included] in Beckhoff control"

"Beckhoffstrg." is almost certainly a Beckhoff-Steuerung - cf. e.g.
http://www.pc-control.net/pdf/012002/pcc_ASML_d.pdf - while my assumption for "N.i." remains somewhat speculative.



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Note added at 9 mins (2004-06-02 09:58:15 GMT)
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Further proof of \"Beckhoff-Steuerung\":
http://www.pc-control.net/pdf/012004/pcc_ira_griffin_d.pdf
http://www.beckhoff.de/

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Note added at 15 mins (2004-06-02 10:03:36 GMT)
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As to \"N. i.\", it might be safer to ask the customer, though.

Steffen Walter
Germany
Local time: 14:00
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman
PRO pts in category: 8
Grading comment
The word came back that it is in fact "Not in", however it could very likely have been "Nur in". I think both should go in the glossary.

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
neutral  Klaus Herrmann: Nicht in oder Nur in? Ask the customer...
17 mins
  -> Good point - agree with asking the customer, as just said...
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