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The gas analyzer market units are estimated to be 639 thousand units in 2013, growing at a CAGR of 4.3% between 2013 and 2018. In terms of revenue, the gas sensor, and detectors markets are expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.1% and 5.7% respectively, during the same period. [262 Pages Report] Gas Analyzer Market , Sensor and Gas Detector Market categories by Technologies (Infrared, Electrochemical, Catalytic, Metal Oxide Semiconductor, Laser), By Systems (Fixed & Portable) & By End-User Industries & by Geography.
An easy-to-use entry level digital SLR camera, offering high-quality performance and outstanding value for money PENTAX RICOH IMAGING COMPANY, LTD. is pleased to announce the launch of the PENTAX K-500 digital SLR camera. With its solid basic specifications and outstanding value for price, this new model is designed to extend the joy of high-quality digital SLR photography to everyone. The PENTAX K-500 was developed based on the PENTAX K-50 digital SLR camera (launched in June 2013). This cost-efficient model inherits such remarkable features as a compact, lightweight, easy-to-hold body; high-resolution image reproduction with approximately 16.2 effective megapixels; super-high-sensitivity shooting at ISO 51200; and high-speed continuous shooting at approximately six images per second, making it an ideal imaging tool for all casual digital photographers. Major Features 1. High-resolution, super-high-sensitivity shooting at ISO 51200 The K-500 features the state-of-the-art CMOS image sensor with a large image-capturing area measuring 23.7mm by 15.7mm, to assure high-speed image data readout. This image sensor is coupled with PRIME M — the same high-performance imaging engine incorporated in upper-class models — to deliver super-high-resolution, rich-gradation digital images with approximately 16.28 effective megapixels. The K-500 also offers super-high-sensitivity shooting at a top sensitivity of ISO 51200, allowing the photographer to handhold the camera for beautiful nighttime snapshots.
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100% Jam Free Laminator High Performance Large Office Laminator For Heavy Use •Unique heated belt-driven technology for ultimate jam-proof laminating •The only laminator that allows instant changes between different pouches without heat-up or cool-down time •AutoLam pouch detection and speed adjustment automatically sets the optimum speed/heat combination •CleanMe auto-glue sensor alerts the user to clean the laminator belt if glue or dirt has built up •Accepts all pouch types up to 250 microns Unique features •2 year full warranty. SPECIFICATIONS Item Number Model Name Laminating mechanism Entry width Heat up time Temp adjustment Speed Max micron 5704201 Voyager A3 Belt drive 330mm 4mins AUTO 90cm/min 250micron ® FELLOWES Voyager A3 Unique Features Automatic pouch detection and speed adjustment ensures best laminating results Unique heated belt driven technology for ultimate jam free laminating Reduces the surface temperature of the laminator by up to 50% Allows user to open up the laminator to clean and maintain the rollers for consistent quality results Laminator switches to standby or mode off during periods of inactivity to reduce energy consumption.
The value of pressure sensor market was $5.11 billion in 2011 and is expected to reach $7.34 billion in 2017, at an estimated CAGR of 6.3% from 2012 to 2017. In terms of volume, the total number of pressure sensors shipped was 8.7 billion in 2011 and is expected to reach 16.37 billion units by 2017, at an estimated CAGR of 11.3% from 2012 to 2017.
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On these models the drain formerly located on the driver’s side has been consolidated with the temperature sensor port on the passenger side of the radiator. This passenger side sensor port can now be utilized as both a drain and installation point for the temperature sensor. Before installing the radiator into the vehicle, the supplied O-Ring needs to be assembled to the LONG temperature sensor before being installed into the radiator assembly. Please note if you have a SHORT Temperature Sensor Probe disregard this tech tip and install temperature sensor directly into radiator assembly. (See Figure 1 below for specific temp sensor details)... Locate and remove the temperature sensor / drain plug located next to the outlet connection. Remove Sensor / Drain Plug O-ring and assemble O-ring to long temperature sensor as shown.
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Sep 12, 2012 ... Accelerator pedal for an ETCS-i equipped 2009 Toyota Corolla. 30 .... Throttle body of a 2007 Toyota V6 Camry showing the throttle valve (blue. Pedal Circuit and Operation 4.2.1 Potentiometer based Pedals 4.2.2 Hall Effect sensor based pedals 4.2.3 Characterization Tests... Pedal Circuit Failure Modes 4.6.1 Sensor Failures 4.6.2 Calibration 4.6.3 Electrical Noise 4.6.4 Resistive Faults and Contaminant Intrusion 4.6.5 Power Supply Variations... Multiple Series Resistive Faults Leading to Low Supply Voltage 4.9.1 Low Voltage at Both Supply Terminals at Pedal End 4.9.2 Low Voltage Due to Power Supply Overload ... Throttle Circuit Failure Modes 5.5.1 Sensor Failure Modes 5.5.2 Calibration 5.5.3 Electrical Noise 5.5.4 Resistive Faults 5.5.5 Power Supply Variations 5.5.6 Valve Sticking/Stuck Throttle Valve Condition