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 (tĕl′ə-mē′tər, tə-lĕm′ĭ-tər)
A measuring, transmitting, and receiving device used in telemetry.
tr.v. (tĕl′ə-mē′tər) tel·e·me·tered, tel·e·me·ter·ing, tel·e·me·ters
To measure, transmit, and receive (data) automatically from a distant source, as from a spacecraft or an electric power grid.
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Adj.1.telemetered - of or pertaining to telemetry; "the telemetered information was recorded and analyzed"
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These measurement tools lower cost by significantly reducing non-productive time as near real-time information about drift and azimuth of the wellbore are captured and telemetered uphole for the drilling company to take appropriate corrective action.
Addressing the growing demand for telemetered hydrological and meteorological equipment with the help of Newcastle University, the product and hydroinformatic service will open up new markets to the micro SME, which is already strong in UK and European markets.