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SW6888 Single Chip Fingerprint Sensor Datasheet - SMSC

Version 2.2 Sept. 2007 SW6888 Single Chip Fingerprint Sensor Datasheet The SW6888 is a low cost swipe-type field-switch fingerprint sensor, with built-in image processing. The sensor uses state-of-art biometric technology to capture, and transmit fingerprint from human finger to other devices, with up to 256-contrast levels. It has resolution of 500dpi, and operates with 2.5-3.6V power supply with low power consumption. It supports ultra low power sleep mode, as well as ultra low power fingerprint navigation. It is suitable for battery-powered operation. The SW6888 has built-in image processing, such as still motion detection, and binarization, to reduce the complexity of implementation for certain applications. It is integrated with standard computer interfaces, such as SPI, Parallel Interface and Flash Interface. The surface of the sensor is protected by ultra hard coating with Mohs Hardness rating of 7+. Such film protects the sensor surface from scratch and erosion. The sensor meets IEC61000-4-2 ESD standard for air discharge of no less than 15K volt. The SW6888 is a silicon-based swipe type fingerprint reader. The SW6888 Product Manual version 2.0 is the hardware design manual. It describes in details the configuration and the operation of the SW6888. Functional Summary The SW6888 swipe sensor is comprised of a sensing matrix, analog-to-digital converters, and computer interfaces. A two dimensional matrix of 16x192 sensor units have been integrated with resolution of 500dpi. The sensing area has dimension of 0.8mm x 9.8mm. The sensor is capable of sensing electrical signal differences between the ridges and the valleys on human finger. The reading is further digitized into digital value and then transmitted. The sensor scans in the true parallel mode. It captures 16 readings at the same time from 16 vertically aligned pixels. 16 analog-to-digital converters (ADC) with 8-bit resolution have been integrated on chip to allow the analog readings been processed simultaneously. Such arrangement allows the SW6888 to be able to capture more details of the finger image, especially at relatively high swipe speed. SW6888 has built-in power management circuitry to prevent large current caused by physical damage, as well as to support ultra-low power standby mode, with less than 3mA current consumption. The internal Finger detecting circuit is capable of detecting finger presence, and automatically wakes up the sensor...

User manual PANASONIC LUMIX DMC-ZS3 - MY PDF MANUALS

You can read the recommendations in the user guide, the technical guide or the installation guide for PANASONIC LUMIX DMCZS3. You'll find the answers to all your questions on the PANASONIC LUMIX DMC-ZS3 in the user manual (information, specifications, safety advice, size, accessories, etc.). Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide. 10 Cursor button 10 Taking pictures/motion pictures with zoom . 35 DIGITAL ZOOM .37 Useful features for travel 65 TRAVEL DATE .65 WORLD TIME 66 LEVELING/ FACE RECOG91 ASPECT CONV. / ROTATE DISP. 92 FAVORITE .93 PRINT SET 94 PROTECT/ AUDIO DUB.95 COPY.96 Viewing your pictures (NORMAL PLAY) . 38 Deleting pictures . 39 To delete multiple (up to 50) or all pictures .39 Using REC/MOTION PICTURE menu . 67 PICTURE SIZE 67 QUALITY/ ASPECT RATIO/ INTELLIGENT ISO 68 SENSITIVITY .69 WHITE BALANCE .70 FACE RECOG. / AF MODE .71 PRE AF/ METERING MODE . 73 I.EXPOSURE/ BURST74 DIGITAL ZOOM/ COLOR MODE/ STABILIZER .75 MIN. SHTR SPEED/ AUDIO REC./ AF ASSIST LAMP76 CLOCK SET/ REC MODE .77 REC QUALITY/ CONTINUOUS AF/ WIND CUT .78 Connecting with other devices Copying recorded pictures . 97 Dubbing playback images via AV cables.97 Copying to computers .97 Preparations Charging battery 11 Inserting battery and card 13 Picture save destination (cards and built-in memory) 14 Remaining battery and memory capacity 14 Application (Record) Changing recording information display . 40 Taking pictures with flash. 41 Taking close-up pictures/motion pictures . 43 TELE MACRO 43 MACRO ZOOM. 44 Using with your PC 98 Copying still pictures and motion pictures .99 Using the Multi Conversion Adaptor (optional) .101 Printing . 102 Printing multiple pictures/ Print with date and text103 Making print settings on camera .104 Setting the clock 15 Using menus 16 Menu type .17 Using Quick menu .18 Using SETUP menu . 19 CLOCK SET/ WORLD TIME/ TRAVEL DATE/ BEEP/ VOLUME/ MONITOR 19 LCD MODE/ DISPLAY SIZE/ GUIDE LINE/ HISTOGRAM/ REC AREA .20 ECONOMY/ AUTO REVIEW 21 ZOOM RESUME/ NO.RESET/ RESET/ USB MODE . 22 VIDEO OUT/ TV ASPECT/ HDMI MODE 23 VIERA Link / VERSION DISP/ FORMAT/ LANGUAGE .24 DEMO MODE 25 Positioning camera and subject within accessible range for focus alignment . 45 Taking images with self-timer 46 Taking pictures/motion pictures with exposure compensation . 47 EXPOSURE 47 AUTO BRACKET (Pictures only) 47 Viewing on TV screen . 105 Viewing on a TV with HDMI Socket 106 VIERA Link (HDMI) (HDAVI ControlTM) 107 Taking/viewing clipboard pictures 79 Viewing clipboard pictures . 79 Zoom mark/CLIPBOARD menu 80 Taking pictures by automatically changing the aspect ratio . 48 Taking pictures according to the scene . 49 PORTRAIT/ SOFT SKIN/ TRANSFORM/ SELF PORTRAIT .50 SCENERY/ PANORAMA ASSIST/ SPORTS 51 NIGHT PORTRAIT/ NIGHT SCENERY/ FOOD/ PARTY/ CANDLE LIGHT 52 BABY/ PET/ SUNSET 53 HIGH SENS./ HI-SPEED BURST . 54 FLASH BURST/ STARRY SKY .55 FIREWORKS/ BEACH/ SNOW/ AERIAL PHOTO/ PIN HOLE .56 FILM GRAIN/ UNDERWATER 57 Others List of LCD monitor displays 110 In recording ...

User manual PANASONIC LUMIX DMC-FH20 - MY PDF MANUALS

You can read the recommendations in the user guide, the technical guide or the installation guide for PANASONIC LUMIX DMCFH20. You'll find the answers to all your questions on the PANASONIC LUMIX DMC-FH20 in the user manual (information, specifications, safety advice, size, accessories, etc.). Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide. PANASONIC LUMIX DMC-FH20 For each step, be sure to refer to the pages indicated in brackets. plug-in type Charge the battery. (P9) • The battery is not charged when the camera is shipped. Charge the battery before use. inlet type Insert the battery and the card. (P14) • When you do not use the card, you can record or play back pictures on the built-in memory. (P16) Refer to P17 when you use a card. Turn the camera on to take pictures. 1 Slide the [REC]/[PLAYBACK] selector switch to [!]. 2 Press the shutter button to take pictures. (P32) OFF ON -4- Before Use Play back the pictures. 1 Slide the [REC]/[PLAYBACK] selector switch to [(]. 2 Select the picture you want to view. (P40) -5Before Use Standard Accessories Check that all the accessories are included before using the camera. • The accessories and their shape will differ depending on the country or area where the camera was purchased. For details on the accessories, refer to Basic Operating Instructions. • Battery Pack is indicated as battery pack or battery in the text. • Battery Charger is indicated as battery charger or charger in the text. • SD Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card and SDXC Memory Card are indicated as card in the text. • The card is optional. You can record or play back pictures on the built-in memory when you are not using a card. • If any accessories are lost, customers in the USA and Puerto Rico should contact Panasonic's parts department at 1 800 833-9626 and customers in Canada should contact 1 800 99-LUMIX (1-800-995-8649) for further information about obtaining replacement parts. -6- Before Use Names of the Components 1 2 3 Flash (P47) Lens (P124) Self-timer indicator (P54) AF assist lamp (P88) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 LCD monitor (P45, 124) [MENU/SET] button (P18) [DISPLAY] button (P45) [Q.MENU] (P23)/Delete (P43) button [MODE] button (P29) [REC]/[PLAYBACK] selector switch (P20) 4 8 9 10 5 67 10 Cursor buttons A: 3/Exposure compensation (P55) B: 4/Macro Mode (P52) C: 2/Self-timer button (P54) D: 1/Flash setting button (P47) In these operating instructions, the cursor buttons are described as shown in the figure below or described with 3/4/2/1. e.g.: When you press the 4 (down) button or Press 4 -7- Before Use 11 12 13 14 15 16 Camera ON/OFF switch (P18) Zoom lever (P38) Speaker (P95) Microphone (P70) Shutter button (P31, 70) Intelligent auto button (P31) 11 12 13 14 17 Hand strap eyelet • Be sure to attach the hand strap when using the camera to ensure that you will not drop it. 15 16 17 18 19 18 Lens barrel 19 [AV OUT/DIGITAL] socket (P108, 111, 117) 20 Tripod receptacle • When you use a tripod, make sure the tripod is stable when the camera is attached to it. 20 21 21 Card/Battery door (P14, 15) 22 Release lever (P14) 23 DC coupler cover (P15) 23 22 • When using an AC adaptor, ensure that the Panasonic DC coupler (optional) and AC adaptor (optional) are used. For connection details, refer to P15...

Digital Media Transport Instruction Manual - Onkyo

Digital Media Transport ND-S1 Please read this manual carefully before making any connections or using this product. By following these instructions, you’ll get the best audio performance and the most listening pleasure from your Onkyo product. Keep this manual for future reference. The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance. Read these instructions. Keep these instructions. Heed all warnings. Follow all instructions. Do not use this apparatus near water. Clean only with dry cloth. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus,the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped...

Renault Can Clip V112 Installation Guide.pdf - VtoolShop

www.vtoolshop.com Renault Clip v112 Installation Guide Before installing please do the following steps: 1. Uninstall previous version of Renault CAN-Clip if you have 2. IF your 1st installation: Run Crack.reg After installation finish & you will reboot, you will get SPX Registration…. To avoid PERMANENTLY this, do the following steps: 1. Alt+Ctrl+Del (Kill process RSRWin.exe) 2. Delete RSRWin.exe (in C:Windows) 3. Use Regedit (and Delete "ALL" values with name RSRWin) 4. Reboot your machine!!! 5. NO MORE flash for SPX Registration… VTOOLSHOP when you have Renault Car!!! 1. Connect your Clip Sonde Can Interface 1st in your Car (OBD Slot) 2. Turn Ignition ON (NOT Engine running) 3. Connect your Clip Sonde Can Interface via USB cable with your computer 4. Start to installing ALL the Drivers (that they will be appearing) and you can find those in: C:WINDOWSsystem32drivers or from this DVD in the folder "CAN-Clip Drivers". 5. You must INSTALL 4 Drivers (4 TIMES the same thing) After you finish, you can RUN now finally your CAN-Clip S 1, Renault Clip v112 installation requirements 1) Install Renault can clip V112 software in X(sp2 or sp3) 2) Set system language as English (United States) 3) install the software to C: //, and C:// has to be 10GB space free 4) Computer CPU:2.0 GHZ 5) Memory: 1GB 2, Renault Clip v112 setup instructions...

Volkswagen Amarok TDI400 Trendline - Powerchip Australia

Powerchip Australia Pty. Ltd. Digital Adrenaline For Your… Volkswagen Amarok TDI400 Trendline Powerchip technology enhances your Volkswagen to its ultimate level, delivering faster, smoother acceleration in all driving conditions. Whether you enjoy a leisurely weekend cruise or a hard racetrack drive – there is no easier and more effective way to release the potential from your Amarok TDI400 Trendline. The following information is an overview of the performance the Powerchip will deliver. If you have any questions, your Power Consultant will assist you as best as possible. We look forward to giving you the best performance possible from your Volkswagen. In standard form the Volkswagen Amarok TDI400 Trendline produces 120 kw at the flywheel, and Powerchip improves the engine power to 144 kw. The extra performance achieved by the Powerchip allows your vehicle to respond much better than stock Amarok TDI400 Trendlines. You will notice an effortless push back into the driver’s seat, to give you a much more enjoyable and at times safer driving experience. The Powerchip will tap into your Volkswagen’s ‘hidden reserves’, to give you an immediately noticeable improvement from your vehicle – we guarantee it! Torque Torque is a measurement of your engine’s pulling power, and it is torque that pulls you up hills, allowing your engine a more linear and aggressive acceleration curve. With the Powerchip, you notice the increase in torque right throughout the rev range, which gives you far greater flexibility at low engine revolutions. Towing will become less demanding, and you will no longer feel the need to take the engine to the redline in each gear to get the performance you demand... It’s always there for you, when you really need it most! Increased Power and Torque results in faster acceleration. And it is not just standing start acceleration that is improved, your ingear acceleration is as well. If overtaking is important to you, you will feel safe knowing that you spend less time on the “wrong side of the road”, improving the safety of your car, for you and your family or passengers. Perhaps you feel that you need that extra bit of power when you are lined up at the "traffic light grand prix" against another car with similar (or more) power? If you want to have the unfair advantage that will give you more ‘GO’ away from the lights, you need a Powerchip performance software upgrade for your Amarok TDI400 Trendline. Fitting Details Your car uses an ECU which has 'flash' memory. The flash EPROM inside the ECU is a hybrid and cannot be modified in the conventional chip tuning method...

A survey of organized turtle watch participants on sea turtle nesting ...

Chelonian ConservationandBiology, 1996,2(1):60-65 - Loggerhead turtles are an important natural resource in Florida. Numerous organiza- tions, operating under guidelines and permits issued by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP), conduct organized turtle watches to provide the public with the opportunity to observe a nesting loggerhead turtle. To develop recommendations designed to enhance ecotourism activities on sea turtle nesting beaches, we distributed questionnaires to 1319 participants of organized turtle watches in Florida during the 1994 sea turtle nesting season; we received 488 completed responses. The program is viewed very positively and almost all respondents would recommend it. Demand for participation has always exceeded availability, and this lack of tourist accessibility is currently the program's greatest drawback. Our primary recommendation is that the current program should be expanded. Approximately one third of respondents indicated that they had previously been unable to participate because of limited availability. We recommend that turtle eggs not be handled by participants and that participants view a video depicting the nesting process prior to actually observing a turtle on the beach. These recommendations and current FDEP guidelines, although designed specifically for Florida beaches, may be applicable to sea turtle watch programs elsewhere. When conducted under proper conditions, ecotourism on sea turtle nesting beaches will benefit both visitors and sea turtle conservation efforts. However, the activities of visitors must be regulated so that the turtle population is not jeopardized. KEY WORDS. - Reptilia; Testudines; Cheloniidae; Carettacaretta;sea turtle; conservation; management; ecotourism; organized turtle watch; participant survey; USA Three species of sea turtle (loggerhead, Carettacaretta; green, Chelonia mydas; and leatherback, Dermochelys coriacea) regularly lay eggs in Florida, but numbers of loggerhead nests far exceed those of the other two species. In recent years loggerhead turtles have deposited approximately 65,000 egg clutches during the May through August nesting season (Meylan et al., 1995). Adult female loggerheads are easily viewed when they come ashore to nest. They exhibit stereotypic nesting behavior (Hailman and Elowson, 1992) and take about 1.5 hrs to complete the nesting process (Johnson et al., in press). Various public and private organizations in Florida conduct supervised turtle watches each summer to allow the public an opportunity to observe a nesting loggerhead. Over 10,000 people annually participate in the state's turtle watch program (Florida Department of Environmental Protection [FDEP], unpublished data). Organizations conduct turtle watches under permits issued by FDEP and follow regulations established by this agency. These regulations define and delimit such parameters as the number of registered participants in the group, position of the group around the turtle, timing of approach to the turtle, use of lights and flash photography, as well as handling of eggs by participants (Table 1).We conducted research in 1993 and 1994 to determine what influence organized turtle watch groups have on nesting behavior and hatchling production of loggerhead turtles 4 Address reprint requests to Steve A. Johnson at Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation...

1941-48 Chevrolet Installation Instructions - Shiny-Hiney.com

Congratulations! You are installing the newest technology ’41-48 Chevy style taillights from Shiny-Hiney.com. Here are some fun facts about your new taillights: Four Wire Connection. A four (4) wire connection with a dedicated turn signal wire is included. The onboard micro-controller will determine whether to flash the turn signal or not based on the particular situation (ie. Brake on or off). Use of the fourth wire is optional depending on the customer’s vehicle. RapidFire™ Your taillight is equipped with our new RapidFire™ stop light system. Every time the brakes are used our light will flash for three times in rapid succession followed by a constant on. This cycle is repeated every time the brakes are used. This valuable safety feature helps ensure the visibility to other drivers. 1941-48 Chevrolet Installation Instructions 1. Disconnect Battery. Do not skip this step. Also, do not try to “test” the LED array by connecting the leads directly to your battery. Permanent damage will occur to the LED array if you fail to heed these steps. 2. Choose a suitable location to mount the taillight. 3. Using the supplied template, mark the centers of the three holes required for installation. 4. Drill two (2) 1/4” holes for the mounting studs and one (1) 3/8” hole for the wiring. 5. Repeat for the other side of the vehicle. Pulse width modulated tail lamp. The reduced intensity taillight now is a rapid pulsing of the LEDs on and off (on for 10% and off for 90% of the time). This pulsing repeats 2000 times per second. Since the LEDs are only on for 10% of the time, their life is increased. The DOT defined minimum brightness ratio of 7:1 between tail and stop light is exceeded to 10:1...

1955-1972 four-way hazard flasher - Eckler's Classic Chevy

1955-1972 FOUR-WAY HAZARD FLASHER INSTALLATION Parts Needed: Randy Irwin - Technical Writer Randy has been involved in the Chevy parts business for over 25 years. He is a wizard at creating, making and modifying custom parts for Chevys. Four-way flashers. No, that’s not four middle age guys at a CCC show wearing raincoats, it is a safety feature installed on cars and trucks that when activated flash the front and rear turn signal bulbs to let other motorists know there is a problem. The four-way flasher units, (emergency or hazard flashers) were first installed on the 1960 passenger cars and had a switch that mounted under the dash. Chevrolet later moved the switch to the steering column. The new four-way flasher switch may be mounted on the bottom of the dash or can be hidden in the glove box. The wires splice easily into the stock dash harness. The P/N 22-280 four-way flasher kit can be used on any pre-1973 Chevrolet car or truck with a 12volt system. Our thanks to Chuck Engelman #10089309 from Grove City, OH for engineering this kit and sharing his design with us!...

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