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Charting Basics - Saxo Bank
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Charts are a forex trader’s best friend. As a Forex trader, you will most likely utilize your price charts more than any other available tool. Since your charts are going to play such a large part in your trading, it is imperative you become familiar with them. The more comfortable you are with your charts, the easier it will be to become a successful forex trader. To help you become acquainted with your charts and how you can effectively use them, we will cover the following concepts:The X axis runs horizontally along the bottom of the chart providing a timeline for everything that has happened on the chart. The most recent price action is shown on the right side of the chart and the most distant price action is shown on the left side of the chart. CHART SETUP Let’s start from the very beginning and take a look at how a forex price chart is set up. Once you understand the basics, you will be much more successful applying more advanced concepts to your technical analysis. The Y axis runs vertically along the right side of the chart providing a price scale for the price movement on the chart. Lower prices are shown toward the bottom of the chart and higher prices are shown toward the top of the chart. Forex price charts are built on two axes—the X axis (horizontal axis) and the Y axis (vertical axis). When you put the two axes together, you can see at what price a currency pair was trading at a particular time in the past. For example, you can see that the EUR/USD was trading at 1.4000 on 20 September 2007. 2 CHART TIME FRAMES Saxo Bank forex charts give you the ability to analyze the price movement of your favorite currency pair anywhere from a minute-by-minute basis to a month-by-month basis. You have the flexibility to choose which time frame is best for you. If you are a shorter-term trader, you will want to use shorter time frames for your charts. If you are a longer-term trader, you will want to use longer time frames for your charts. For example, a trader who is looking to quickly jump in and out of trades for 10- to 20-pip profits would most likely want to be watching a 1-minute or a 5-minute chart. A trader who is looking to hold onto trades for a longer period of time to take advantage of larger price moves would most likely want to be watching an hourly or a daily chart. Some traders even choose to use multiple time frames so they can see how the movement of a currency pair looks from various points of view. We will discuss this concept in detail in a later section. 3 To change the time frame on your chart to best match your trading style, click on the button at the top of the chart. A drop-down menu will appear, and you can select your preferred time frame. CHART TYPES Saxo Bank forex charts give you the ability to analyze the price movement of your favorite currency pair in various formats, from line charts to candlestick charts. You have the flexibility to choose which format is best for you. Technical analysis is a visual, almost artistic, skill that traders develop, and different traders like to practice their art on different types of charts. Some traders feel they can see and analyze support and resistance levels better on a line chart, while other traders feel they get more information on price movement on a bar chart or a candlestick chart. Technical analysts tend to gravitate toward the following three chart types: ...

SolidWorks Electrical 2D Creating Custom Wire ... - GoEngineer

SolidWorks Electrical 2D Creating Custom Wire Numbers This document explains how to create a custom wire number for SolidWorks Electrical Multi-Line Schematics. 1) In SolidWorks Electrical, go to the “Schematic” tab and click on either of the “Draw multiple wires” or “Draw single wire type” commands. Rocky Mountain Boise: 208.377.9901 Salt Lake City: 801.359.6100 Denver: 303.495.2451 Central U.S. Dallas: 972.395.2138 Houston: 713.735.3295 Ft. Worth: 972.395.2138 Austin: 512.293.4881 Alabama: 877.395.2100 Louisiana: 877.395.2100 Northern California Santa Clara: 408.213.1580 Sacramento: 916.797.9177 Petaluma: 408.213.1580 Oklahoma Tulsa: 918.491.1800 Oklahoma City: 972.395.2138 Duncan: 580.470.9312 1.800.688.3234|www.goengineer.com Southern California Santa Barbara: 818.716.1650 Woodland Hills: 818.716.1650 San Dimas: 714.438.1401 Torrance: 310.328.3075 Costa Mesa: 714.438.1400 San Diego: 858.753.0006 Hawaii: 800.688.3234 2) Click on the “…” in the command box. 3) Click on the Manager command in the Wire style selector. Rocky Mountain Boise: 208.377.9901 Salt Lake City: 801.359.6100 Denver: 303.495.2451 Central U.S. Dallas: 972.395.2138 Houston: 713.735.3295 Ft. Worth: 972.395.2138 Austin: 512.293.4881 Alabama: 877.395.2100 Louisiana: 877.395.2100 Northern California Santa Clara: 408.213.1580 Sacramento: 916.797.9177 Petaluma: 408.213.1580 Oklahoma Tulsa: 918.491.1800 Oklahoma City: 972.395.2138 Duncan: 580.470.9312 1.800.688.3234|www.goengineer.com Southern California Santa Barbara: 818.716.1650 Woodland Hills: 818.716.1650 San Dimas: 714.438.1401 Torrance: 310.328.3075 Costa Mesa: 714.438.1400 San Diego: 858.753.0006 Hawaii: 800.688.3234 4) A new wire style can be added by click on the “Add” command (1). Also, an existing wire style can be edited by selecting the wire style in the list (2) and double clicking the description of the wire style (3). Rocky Mountain Boise: 208.377.9901 Salt Lake City: 801.359.6100 Denver: 303.495.2451 Central U.S. Dallas: 972.395.2138 Houston: 713.735.3295 Ft. Worth: 972.395.2138 Austin: 512.293.4881 Alabama: 877.395.2100 Louisiana: 877.395.2100 Northern California Santa Clara: 408.213.1580 Sacramento: 916.797.9177 Petaluma: 408.213.1580 Oklahoma Tulsa: 918.491.1800 Oklahoma City: 972.395.2138 Duncan: 580.470.9312 1.800.688.3234|www.goengineer.com Southern California Santa Barbara: 818.716.1650 Woodland Hills: 818.716.1650 San Dimas: 714.438.1401 Torrance: 310.328.3075 Costa Mesa: 714.438.1400 San Diego: 858.753.0006 Hawaii: 800.688.3234 5) Click in the box that corresponds to the “Wire Formula.” Rocky Mountain Boise: 208.377.9901 Salt Lake City: 801.359.6100 Denver: 303.495.2451 Central U.S. Dallas: 972.395.2138 Houston: 713.735.3295 Ft. Worth: 972.395.2138 Austin: 512.293.4881 Alabama: 877.395.2100 Louisiana: 877.395.2100 Northern California Santa Clara: 408.213.1580 Sacramento: 916.797.9177 Petaluma: 408.213.1580 Oklahoma Tulsa: 918.491.1800 Oklahoma City: 972.395.2138 Duncan: 580.470.9312 1.800.688.3234|www.goengineer.com Southern California Santa Barbara: 818.716.1650 Woodland Hills: 818.716.1650 San Dimas: 714.438.1401 Torrance: 310.328.3075 Costa Mesa: 714.438.1400 San Diego: 858.753.0006 Hawaii: 800.688.3234 6) This action will open up the Formula Manager: Wire Mark. A predefined Formula can be used by Double Clicking it in the list in the “Predefined Formula” box. In addition, a custom formula can be created by using the options in the “Available Variables and simple formulas” box. A combination of both the “Predefined formulas” and “Available variables and simple formulas” can be used to create a custom formula. 7) When the “Number new wires” or “Renumber wires” commands are used the wire numbers will follow the newly selected formula. Rocky Mountain Boise: 208.377.9901 Salt Lake City: 801.359.6100 Denver: 303.495.2451 Central U.S. Dallas: 972.395.2138 Houston: 713.735.3295 Ft. Worth: 972.395.2138 Austin: 512.293.4881 Alabama: 877.395.2100 Louisiana: 877.395.2100 Northern California Santa Clara: 408.213.1580 Sacramento: 916.797.9177 Petaluma: 408.213.1580 Oklahoma Tulsa: 918.491.1800 Oklahoma City: 972.395.2138 Duncan: 580.470.9312 1.800.688.3234|www.goengineer.com Southern California Santa Barbara: 818.716.1650 Woodland Hills: 818.716.1650 San Dimas: 714.438.1401 Torrance: 310.328.3075 Costa Mesa: 714.438.1400 San Diego: 858.753.0006 Hawaii: 800.688.3234

MC3362 Low-Power Narrowband FM Receiver

Low-Power Narrowband FM Receiver . . . includes dual FM conversion with oscillators, mixers, quadrature discriminator, and meter drive/carrier detect circuitry. The MC3362 also has buffered first and second local oscillator outputs and a comparator circuit for FSK detection. • Complete Dual Conversion Circuitry... LOW–POWER DUAL CONVERSION FM RECEIVER Low Voltage: VCC = 2.0 to 6.0 Vdc SEMICONDUCTOR TECHNICAL DATA Low Drain Current (3.6 mA (Typical) @ VCC = 3.0 Vdc) Excellent Sensitivity: Input Voltage 0.6 µVrms (Typical) for 12 dB SINAD Externally Adjustable Carrier Detect Function Low Number of External Parts Required P SUFFIX PLASTIC PACKAGE CASE 724 Manufactured Using Motorolais MOSAICr Process Technology MC13135 is Preferred for New Designs DW SUFFIX PLASTIC PACKAGE CASE 751E (SO-24L) Figure 2. Pin Connections and Representative Block Diagram Figure 1. Simplified Application in a PLL Frequency Synthesized Receiver 1st Mixer Input 1 RF Input to 200 MHz 2nd LO Output 2

14: FM Radio Receiver
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FM Radio Receiver • FM Radio Block Diagram • Aliased ADC • Channel Selection • Channel Selection (1) • Channel Selection (2) • Channel Selection (3) • FM Demodulator • Differentiation Filter • Pilot tone extraction • Polyphase Pilot tone • Summary DSP and Digital Filters (2013-3924) 14: FM Radio Receiver FM Radio: 14 – 1 / 12 FM Radio Block Diagram 14: FM Radio Receiver • FM Radio Block Diagram • Aliased ADC • Channel Selection • Channel Selection (1) • Channel Selection (2) • Channel Selection (3) • FM Demodulator • Differentiation Filter • Pilot tone extraction • Polyphase Pilot tone • Summary FM spectrum: 87.5 to 108 MHz 200 kHz per channel 87.5 108 MHz [This example is taken from Ch 13 of Harris: Multirate Signal Processing] DSP and Digital Filters (2013-3924) FM Radio: 14 – 2 / 12 FM Radio Block Diagram 14: FM Radio Receiver • FM Radio Block Diagram • Aliased ADC • Channel Selection • Channel Selection (1) • Channel Selection (2) • Channel Selection (3) • FM Demodulator • Differentiation Filter • Pilot tone extraction • Polyphase Pilot tone • Summary FM spectrum: 87.5 to 108 MHz Each channel: ±100 kHz 200 kHz per channel 87.5 108 MHz [This example is taken from Ch 13 of Harris: Multirate Signal Processing] DSP and Digital Filters (2013-3924) FM Radio: 14 – 2 / 12 FM Radio Block Diagram 14: FM Radio Receiver • FM Radio Block Diagram • Aliased ADC • Channel Selection • Channel Selection (1) • Channel Selection (2) • Channel Selection (3) • FM Demodulator • Differentiation Filter • Pilot tone extraction • Polyphase Pilot tone • Summary FM spectrum: 87.5 to 108 MHz Each channel: ±100 kHz 200 kHz per channel Baseband signal: Mono (L + R): ±15 kHz 87.5 108 MHz L-R L+R RDS 0 15 19 23 38 53 57 kHz [This example is taken from Ch 13 of Harris: Multirate Signal Processing] DSP and Digital Filters (2013-3924) FM Radio: 14 – 2 / 12 FM Radio Block Diagram 14: FM Radio Receiver • FM Radio Block Diagram • Aliased ADC • Channel Selection • Channel Selection (1) • Channel Selection (2) • Channel Selection (3) • FM Demodulator • Differentiation Filter • Pilot tone extraction • Polyphase Pilot tone • Summary FM spectrum: 87.5 to 108 MHz Each channel: ±100 kHz 200 kHz per channel Baseband signal: Mono (L + R): ±15 kHz Pilot tone: 19 kHz 87.5 108 MHz L-R L+R RDS 0 15 19 23 38 53 57 kHz [This example is taken from Ch 13 of Harris: Multirate Signal Processing] DSP and Digital Filters (2013-3924) FM Radio: 14 – 2 / 12

FM radio circuit - NXP Semiconductors

The TDA7000 is a monolithic integrated circuit for mono FM portable radios, where a minimum on peripheral components is important (small dimensions and low costs). The IC has an FLL (Frequency-Locked-Loop) system with an intermediate frequency of 70 kHz. The i.f. selectivity is obtained by active RC filters. The only function which needs alignment is the resonant circuit for the oscillator, thus selecting the reception frequency. Spurious reception is avoided by means of a mute circuit, which also eliminates too noisy input signals. Special precautions are taken to meet the radiation requirements. The TDA7000 includes the following functions: • R.F. input stage • Mixer • Local oscillator • I.F. amplifier/limiter • Phase demodulator • Mute detector • Mute switch QUICK REFERENCE DATA 2,7 to 10 V Supply voltage range (pin 5) VP Supply current at VP = 4,5 V IP typ. R.F. input frequency range frf 1,5 to 110 MHz 8 mA Sensitivity for -3 dB limiting (e.m.f. voltage) (source impedance: 75 Ω; mute disabled) EMF typ. 1,5 µV EMF typ. 200 mV Signal handling (e.m.f. voltage) (source impedance: 75 Ω) A.F. output voltage at RL = 22 kΩ Vo PACKAGE OUTLINE 18-lead DIL; plastic (SOT102HE); SOT102-1; 1996 July 24. May 1992 2 typ. 75 mV Philips Semiconductors Product specification FM radio circuit TDA7000 Fig.1 Block diagram. May 1992 3 Philips Semiconductors Product specification FM radio circuit TDA7000 RATINGS Limiting values in accordance with the Absolute Maximum System (IEC 134) Supply voltage (pin 5) VP max. 12 V Oscillator voltage (pin 6) V6-5 Total power dissipation see derating curve Fig.2 Storage temperature range Tstg Operating ambient temperature range Tamb VP−0,5 to VP + 0,5 V −55 to +150 °C 0 to + 60 °C Fig.2 Power derating curve. D.C. CHARACTERISTICS VP = 4,5 V; Tamb = 25 °C; measured in Fig.4; unless otherwise specified... A.C. CHARACTERISTICS VP = 4,5 V; Tamb = 25 °C; measured in Fig.4 (mute switch open, enabled); frf = 96 MHz (tuned to max. signal at 5 µV e.m.f.) modulated with ∆f = ± 22,5 kHz; fm = 1 kHz; EMF = 0,2 mV (e.m.f. voltage at a source impedance of 75 Ω); r.m.s. noise voltage measured unweighted (f = 300 Hz to 20 kHz); unless otherwise specified... Signal handling (e.m.f. voltage) for THD < 10%; ∆f = ± 75 kHz Signal-to-noise ratio Total harmonic distortion AM suppression of output voltage (ratio of the AM output signal referred to the FM output signal) FM signal: fm = 1 kHz; ∆f = ± 75 kHz AM signal: fm = 1 kHz; m = 80% Ripple rejection (∆VP = 100 mV; f = 1 kHz) Oscillator voltage (r.m.s. value) at pin 6 Variation of oscillator frequency ∆fosc...

ECE 4670 Spring 2014 Lab 4 Radio Receivers for Analog and ...

This lab explores superheterodyne single and dual conversion receiver subsystems for analog and digital modulation. Two VHF (30–300 MHz) FM receivers are considered. The first receiver employes a wideband (about 200 kHz) IF subsystem centered at 10.7 MHz, while the second employes a narrowband (about 10 kHz) IF subsystem centered at 455 kHz. The narrowband FM receiver also utilizes dual conversion, with the first IF at 10.7 MHz and the second IF at 455 kHz. Both receivers have been constructed using readily available radio frequency integrated circuits (RFICs) from NXP semiconductor1 . The receivers are presently in prototype form, constructed on an RF breadboard. In the future the receivers will be fabricated using a custom PCB. The high sensitivity of these receivers allows the wideband receiver to easily tune in FM broadcast stations and the narrowband receiver to receive the Colorado Springs national weather service (NOAA) station, and lab broadcast frequency shift keyed (FSK) digital modulation. Wideband FM Receiver The block diagram for the wideband receiver is given in Figure 1. The low-noise amplifier (LNA) is not implemented at this time, nor is the front-end bandpass filter (BPF). A short wire (clip lead) will serve as the antenna in the experiment. The receiver requires and external local oscillator... LO frequency is 160 MHz. With low-side tuning for the LO, this means that carrier frequencies up 160 + 10.7 = 170.7 MHz can down-converted. The doubler is a passive circuit from Minicircuits2 , which in simple terms acts as a full-wave rectifier, which has a strong second harmonic component. The mixer output is processed with a multistage IF amplifier, with the 10.7 MHz IF passband shaping formed using ceramic filters. The nominal bandwidth of each filter is 280 kHz. Note from the schematic of Figure 2, the ceramic filters are external to the NXP SA636 RFIC. The final stage 10.7 MHz IF BPF SFE10.7 An RF receiver needs to have high gain in order process weak signals arriving from a transmitter located many miles away. High gain over a wide bandwidth is hard to manage from a stability standpoint. Sensitive radio receivers also need to be very selective, that is supply high gain over just a relatively narrow band of frequencies. For the case of an FM receiver the needed bandwidth...

Sunscreen Roller Blinds Are Perfect For Adding Simple Style To Your Home

Having a stylish living with all the luxuries is everyone’s dream. Privacy and security are the two main features that should be present in both residential and commercial buildings. In today’s world, maximum security comes in a wide range of items made of the most durable materials, stylish designs and soothing colours.

High Performance Tutoring Serving Salt Lake City

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Practical User's Guide for Electric Fireplace - Menards

When using electric fireplaces, basic precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury to persons, including the following: 1. Read all instructions before using this heater. 2. This fireplace is hot when in use. To avoid burns, do not let bare skin touch hot surfaces, such as surfaces near the heater outlet or light bulbs. Keep combustible materials such as clothes, pillows, furniture, bedding, papers and curtains at least 3 feet from the front of this appliance. 3. CAUTION: Whenever the heater is left operating and unattended, extreme caution is necessary if children or invalids are nearby. 4. Do not install the fireplace directly on carpet or a similar surface, which may restrict air circulation beneath the unit. 5. Always unplug fireplace when not in use. Disconnect the heater by turning controls to off then remove plug from outlet. 6. Fireplace is designed for indoor and household use only. 7. This fireplace is not intended for use in wet locations such as bathrooms, laundry areas and similar indoor locations. Never locate fireplace where it may fall into a bathtub or other water container. 8. If the fireplace shows any signs of damage or if the heater has malfunctioned. Return fireplace to authorized service for examination, adjustment or repair. 9. Do not run cord under carpeting or route cord under furniture or appliance.. Do not cover cord with throw rugs and runners. Arrange cord away from traffic areas and where it will not be tripped over. 10. Do not insert or allow foreign objects to enter any ventilation or exhaust opening as this may cause an electric shock, fire, or may damage the heater. 11. To prevent a possible fire, do not block heater outlet or any ventilation or exhaust in any manner. 12. All electrical heaters have hot and arcing or sparking parts inside. Do not use it in areas where gasoline, paint, or flammable liquids are used or stored or where the unit will be exposed to flammable vapours. 13. Extension cord may become overheat and may cause a risk of fire. If you have to use an extension cord, the cord shall be 16AWG minimum size and rate not less than 125V/15A or 2500 watts. 14. Always use properly grounded, fused and polarized outlets. 15. Always use ground fault protection where required by electrical code. 16. Always disconnect power before performing any cleaning, maintenance or relocation of the fireplace. 17. This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. 18. CAUTION: In order to avoid a hazard due to inadvertent resetting of the thermal cutout, this appliance must not be supplied through an external switching device such as a timer, or connected to a circuit that is regularly switched on and off by the utility. 4|Page...

Electric Fireplaces - Outdoor GreatRoom Co.

Electric Fireplaces BUI LT- I N | HD L I N E A R Just plug in one of our electric fireplaces for instant ambience in any room. All of our Built-in and HD Linear models are CSA tested for safety, fit any room style, and are easy to use. They are cool to the touch but will add warmth to any space. Columbia Corner Surround with Arched Rectangle built-in fireplace front shown in Cherry Stain Finish. A division of the Outdoor GreatRoom Company Electric LINEAR Cool to the touch and warm to the eye This hot fireplace feels cool to the touch, yet, puts out heat when you want it. It hangs like a piece of art – easy to install and sets up in minutes. Place it on any interior wall with an electric outlet. Just plug it in and have a beautiful fire instantly. Model GE-58 Select your ideal fire. Fireplace Features Choose from a large range of options – from fire intensity, to backlighting color, to heat range and more! • Ambient backlighting comes standard on all models. • High efficiency LED on fire and backlighting— Uses only 15 watts. • Operating costs as low as a penny per day with flame and backlighting, and 9-18 cents per hour with the heater on. ON/OFF Flame Intensity (4 levels) Heat (750/1500) - 1 light = low - 2 lights = high • 1500/750 watt heater–up to 5,000 BTU’s/hr. Thermostat • Ultra-quiet. Uses silent force technology. Timer (up to 9 hours) Backlighting ON • Full feature remote control. - 13 colors, plus automatic rotation - 3 colors on the GER-36 model • Comes in 6 widths 36”, 50”, 58”, 70”, 78”, & 94”. Model GE-70 Add ambience... Choose up to 13 backlight colors! Customize your High Definition Linear Electric fireplace to fit any space. With six widths and up to 13 backlight color options, this fireplace is sure to please any eye. All linear models are flat, except the GER-36, which has a curved glass front. With the ability to turn the heating element on and off while keeping the flame and backlight on, this fireplace is not only funtional but also a piece of art! Model GE-94 with Red Backlighting Model GE-50 with Soft Orange Backlighting Model GER-36 with Periwinkle Backlighting Model GE-58 with Lavender Backlighting B U I LT- I N Electric Build your dream fireplace! Step 1. Choose your Fire Box Size 2 sizes to fit any room space. Choose a 34” or 41” wide fire box. Add a stylish fireplace front and surround to complete the look. Step 1. Choose your size Step 2. Choose your front Step 3. Choose your custom surround Gives off real heat! Realistic-looking embers and logs. GBI-34 and GBI-41 Step 2. Choose your Front Style Whatever your style, we have a front for you. Each front style comes in 2 sizes: 34” or 41” wide. A custom mantel or cabinet will finish off any of these great looks. Louver Front in Matte Black Finish. Two sizes: LF-34 and LF-41 Arch Rectangular Front in Matte Black Finish with hammered silver decorative fixed doors. Two sizes: ARF-34 and ARF-41 Full Arch Front in Matte Black Finish with decorative Gold Emblem. Two sizes: FAF-34 and FAF-41 Step 3. Choose your Custom Surround Gallery Built-In Fireplace Features Finish off your fireplace with either the Rio Grande Cabinet or with the Columbia Corner Cabinet. Both come standard in Cherry-Stained finish with unfinished options available for you to customize to your taste! Rio Grande has optional book case (shown below) and Columbia Corner has optional TV stand (not shown). • Choice of decorative fireplace fronts • Bottom riser included for additional value! • Operating costs as low as a penny per day with flame and backlighting, and 9-18 cents per hour with the heater on. • Realistic-looking fire and coals • High efficiency LED on fire and back lighting— Uses only 15 watts. • 1500 watt heater • Full feature remote control • Ultra quiet 2 speed heater fan • High impact tempered glass front • Operates on standard 110 volt plug-in • 9 different timer settings Remote Control Features Rio Grande Cabinet in Cherry-Stained Finish. Also available unfinished. Shown with optional Book case. Built with GBI-34, FAF-34, RIO-34-K, & RIO-34-BOOK CASE Columbia Corner Cabinet shown unfinished. Also available in Cherry-Stained Finish. Optional corner TV stand not shown. Built with GBI-34, LF-34, & COLUMBIA CORNER CAB - realistic-looking flame - ambient backlighting - fan for heat - thermostat - timer specifications Gallery Built-In Fireplace Specifications MODEL HEIGHT WIDTH DEPTH WATTAGE GBI-34 26 1/4” 33 1/2” 11 1/4” 750/1500 GBI-41 31 3/8” 40 3/8” 11 1/4” 750/1500 LF-34 29 3/4” 33 7/8” 1” NA LF-41 34 13/16” 40 3/4” 1” NA FAF-34 29 3/4” 33 7/8” 1” NA FAF-41 34 13/16” 40 3/4” 1” NA ARF-34 29 3/4” 33 7/8” 1” NA ARF-41 34 13/16” 40 3/4” 1” NA COL-COR-RIS-K 45 1/4” 51” 31”  NA COLUMBIA CORNER TV 4 3/4” 39” 16 1/2” NA RIO-34-K / RIO-41-K 44 1/2” / 49” 51” / 58” 16” / 16” NA RIO-34-BOOK CASE / RIO-41-BOOK CASE 32 3/4” / 32 3/4” 48 1/4” / 54 1/4” 15” / 15” NA Dimensions above are in inches. Reference dimensions only. We recommend measuring individual units at installation. Refer to installation manual for detailed specifications on installing this product. Printing color may vary slightly from actual product. Gallery HD Linear Fireplace Specifications MODEL HEIGHT WIDTH DEPTH MOUNTING AREA VIEWING SIZE WATTAGE GE-94 26 2/5” 93 7/10” 6” 67”w x 13 3/4”h 75"w x 12"h 1500 GE-78 26 2/5” 78” 6” 63”w x 14.5”h 59 1/10”w x 12”h 1500 GE-70 26 2/5” 70” 6” 50 7/8”w x 13 3/4”h 51 1/5"w x 12"h 1500 GE-58 26 2/5” 58 3/10” 6” 34 3/8”w x 14 3/4”h 39 2/5"w x 12"h 1500 GE-5O 26 2/5” 50 2/5” 6” 34 3/8”w x 14 3/4”h 31 1/2"w x 12"h 1500 GER-36* 24 1/2” 35 4/5” 6 3/5” 17 3/8”w x 17 7/8”h 20 3/10"w x 12"h 1500 Model GE-94 Model GE-70 Model GE-78 Model GE-58 Model GE-50 Model GER-36 * GER-36 comes standard with a curved glass front and 3 backlight colors. 2015 Silver Bell Road • Suite 195 • Eagan, MN 55122 Toll Free: 1-866-303-4028 • Sales@GreatCo.com GreatCo.com CSA tested and approved. A division of the Outdoor GreatRoom Company

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