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How-to-Use Guide EIZO’s ColorEdge color management monitor supports a wide variety of creative work. This guidebook provides an introduction to calibration using ColorNavigator, EIZO's dedicated calibration software. If you use ColorNavigator with your ColorEdge monitor, you can achieve accurate display Retouching digital tailored to your purpose. photos Printing Creating Web content Viewing microbes Creating videos For example, when creating printed material… Creating on your ColorEdge monitor Retouch Printed material Working on the same Completed output ColorEdge calibrated with ColorNavigator for correct display Apply identical adjustment values Being able to check the colors of the completed printed material on your screen improves work efficiency and product quality! Creating on a regular monitor Retouch Smooth interactions between remote locations Printed material Completed United States of America Incorrect display on an uncalibrated monitor 2 Japan It takes time and effort and costs money to correct printed material when the screen output differs from the actual print. 3 4 STEPS Easy! ST EP 1 4 ST EP First master the basics 3 -step monitor calibration Preparing the sensor For the CG series Launch ColorNavigator For Windows Double-click on the butterfly icon in the Dock Click on the button. For Measuring Instrument, select the sensor name, click on the Next > button, and follow the instructions on the screen. Proceed PC Confirm in advance Before launching the program, make sure that your monitor and PC are connected by a USB cable. Attach the external calibration sensor to the monitor. For Measuring Instrument, select “Internal calibration sensor” and for Standard Measuring Instrument, select “None”, and click on the Next > button. For Mac Double-click on the butterfly icon For the CX and CS series Upstream When the sensor is placed on the screen, click on the Proceed button. Downstream - Tilting the monitor upward fixes the sensor in place and makes color measurements easier. - After turning on the monitor, it is necessary to wait 60 minutes while the adjustment results from the external calibration sensor are saved to the built-in correction sensor.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules, Operation of this device is subject to the following conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference. 2. This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Installation: The WMT-3000 transmitter is used with the Dakota Alert WR-3000 receiver. The WMT-3000 transmitter uses a passive infrared (PIR) detector to detect people, vehicles or large animals at the monitored location. When the transmitter detects an object, it will send a signal to the receiver, which will sound one of four different tones (Classical, Westminster Chime, Ding Dong, or Whistle) for a few seconds. The transmitter can be used as a driveway alarm, or in the back yard to monitor around tool sheds or patios. Operation: (Always test unit prior to installation) 1. Connect a 9-volt alkaline battery to the transmitter. 2. For maximum range between the transmitter and receiver, the transmitter should be mounted on a wooden post or tree (steel posts may cause interference with the radio signal). Although the maximum range is about 600 feet, obstructions such as hills, trees, metal siding and stucco can reduce the range.
Wireless Motion Alert 2500 2500’ range*. . . . . . . . DCMA-2500 • $189.99 Includes one transmitter and one receiver The DCMA-2500 is a feature filled wireless motion detector/ receiver kit with a ½ mile* radio range. The motion detecting sensor operates on one 9-volt battery (not included) and will detect a person or vehicle passing by out to about 50 feet. The sensor will then send a signal back to the receiver up to ½ mile away. The DCMA-2500 kit can be used by homeowners and business owners alike as a driveway alarm, entrance alert, back yard monitor, etc. Installation is very quick and simple, and it can be done by virtually anyone. The DCR-2500 is the receiver for the DCMA-2500 system. The receiver has four form “C” relay outputs and one 12VDC output. The output durations are adjustable up to 10 minutes. The receiver will play one of four different tunes that are selected at the transmitter so that different zones can be distinguished. The receiver is powered by a 12VDC transformer. The receiver also offers a 5 minute exit delay so you can leave the house without disturbing any occupants as well as a reminder beep and counter function. DCMT Operating Range: -30oF to 120oF *Actual range will vary depending on the local terrain. DCR Note: Our 2500 Series products are only compatible with other 2500 Series products. Extra Transmitter for DCMA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DCMT-2500 • $119.99 Extra wireless transmitters can be used in other locations; for example, a second drive, other buildings, backyard, etc. Extra Receiver for DCMA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DCR-2500 • $79.99 The receivers can be placed in other buildings or locations, and will each sound at the same time.
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Two major accidents in the past few years draw attention to some common failures in risk management as it applies to maritime operations in general and to accident prevention programs within those organizations involved. The two are Deepwater Horizon (BP oil spill – Gulf of Mexico, April 2010) and Costa Concordia (Mediterranean, January 2012). It is instructive to not only compare these events, their causes and consequences, but also to look at earlier accidents with similar characteristics that may shed light on fundamental risk management approaches and why they did not work. Some earlier accidents that others have noted include: The Montara blowout and oil spill in Australia in 2009, the IXTOC blowout and oil spill in the Mexican GOM in 1979, the EXXON Valdez in 1989, and even the Titanic in 1912. The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) conducted a major study (released in December 2011) for the Department of Interior on the Deepwater Horizon accident and concluded, in part, that safety culture and risk management deficiencies played a key role in this incident. Some of the committee members have made comments about how other similar accidents may be used to inform future improvements. Comparing Deepwater Horizon and Costa Concordia may be a logical starting point , given the following similarities are: a low probability but high consequence accident; a captain who did not appear to understand the gravity of the situation as it unfolded nor magnitude of the risk being taken; encouragement from management to take risks that result in saving time and improving the bottom line; lack of effective safety oversight of the vessel’s master from a shore‐based or industry‐wide or regulatory body; failure to fully utilize available technologies that have the ability to monitor safety problems, predict unsafe paths; warn and identify risks; etc.
The following positions are available at the North Carolina Education Lottery. All candidates must complete a North Carolina Education Lottery Employment Application. Completed applications may be mailed to: Employment Opportunities North Carolina Education Lottery 56886 Mail Service Center Raleigh, NC 27699-6886 Or, e-mailed to: NCELemployment@lotterync.net The North Carolina Education Lottery (“NCEL”) is an at-will, Equal Opportunity Employer. ICS Operator (1 position – Raleigh) Position #varies: The purpose of this position is to monitor and ensure the Internal Control Systems balance with the NCEL’s gaming systems. That all draws and the Internal Control Systems are processed correctly and accurately. This is accomplished by working in a secure area; processing daily and multi-state drawings on multiple systems; troubleshooting server and system issues; updating websites and other advertising streams; interacting with vendors; sending reports; and maintaining log files and ensuring that ICS system process. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Monitors ICS systems by checking availability of needed files and reports; rebooting primary system; maintaining log files; comparing register reports; and confirming daily balances; processing daily drawings on multiple systems; updating website, social media, and sales data; interacting with vendors; updating messages; participating in conference calls; and...
This document is outdated. For an easier solution please refer to http://globalsocial.net/sonyVGNZseries for a much easier solution, using the "janitor script" by Raphael Gradenwitz. Step 1) Installation of Ubuntu 9.04 from CD. After the Installation, several things work out of the box: – Intel GM 45 Express Graphics – Sound – Integrated Camera (tested with Cheese) – DVD Burner – Several Special Buttons (Volume, Monitor Brightness) – Wireless LAN and LAN – Bluetooth Some things don't work: – Graphic Card switching. Nvidia Geforce is visible using lspci, but not initialized. Button to switch between Stamina/Speed without function. – Memory Card Reader can't read Sony Memory Stick. No log entry when inserting a stick into the reader. There should be something, when calling dmesg. Step 2) Getting Intel AND nVidia Graphics to work. This laptop has two separate graphic cards: Intel GM 45 Express and nVidia GeForce 9300M. Under Windows Vista the Stamina/Speed switch will switch from one graphic card to the other while the laptop is running. Under Linux, both cards are visible on the PCI bus, but the nVidia card cannot be enabled out of the box. Only the Intel card works. With the sonylaptop module from Eva Brucherseifer and Matthias Welwarsky it is possible to enable either Intel or nVidia card. Drawback in regard to Windows Vista is that the cards cannot be “hot” switched during operation of the system. The computer has to be shut down (not only rebooted) completely. Then the card can be switched via the Stamina/Speed switch. On booting you have the Intel card (when choosing Stamina) or nVidia card (when choosing Speed) enabled. To be able to coldswitch, you first download and compile the module from Eva:
Asiatravel.com Job Openings in Thailand Welcome to Asiatravel.com, the Leading Pan Asia online hotel and travel reservation service provider which is supported by a network of operation and customer service offices in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Hong Kong, China, UAE, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Sri Lanka, India and Maldives. Our website has transformed from a niche hotel to a total hotel and travel reservation service provider worldwide. At present we offer multi lingual websites in English, Traditional and Simplified Chinese, French, German, Thai, Bahasa Indonesia, Korean and Japanese. In line with our business expansion, we are in immediate need of the following positions Account Officer (2 vacancies) Processing and monitoring payments and expenditures. Reconciliation of Bank Statement, Purchases and cash flow report preparation. Control and monitor fix asset list and calculate depreciation. Inputing the detail in account system. Check the withholding tax from the client and recondile with account system. Follow the receipt from supplier to clear the purchase VAT.
Laboratory Safety Manual Sections The risks associated with laboratory research hazards are greatly reduced or eliminated when proper precautions and practices are observed. This Laboratory Safety Manual is intended to be the cornerstone of your safety program and is designed to aid faculty, staff, and students to better manage the risk and mitigate the hazard to maintain a safe environment to teach and conduct research. Injury & Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) A well-integrated IIPP provides the information required to monitor activities and resources to reduce the risk of workplace injury and illness to maintain a safe work environment. Title 8, of the California Code of Regulations (CCR), requires every California employer to have an effective written IIPP in accordance with CCR Section 3203 of the General Industry Safety Orders. The Laboratory Safety Manual includes the purpose and components of the IIPP; procedures related to “assignment of responsibilities,” “hazard identification,” “hazard mitigation,” “incident reporting,” and “training” are included the Laboratory Safety Manual.