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Stylus Pro 3800 Series - Product Information Guide - Epson Support

Epson Stylus Pro 3800 Printer Parts Printer Specifications - Printing Auto sheet feeder paper guide and extensions Printing method Pressurized on-demand ink jet Nozzle configuration Black: 180 nozzles × 3 (Photo Black or Matte Black, Light Black, Light Light Black) Top cover Ink cover (ink cartridges) Left edge guide Output tray and extension Color: 180 nozzles × 5 (Cyan, Magenta, Light Cyan, Light Magenta, Yellow) Control panel Resolution Print direction Control code ESC/P® Raster 64MB Character tables PC 437 (US, Standard Europe) PC 850 (Multilingual) Character sets Epson Courier 10 cpi Character mode Maintenance cartridge cover Bidirectional RAM Front tray Maximum 2880 × 1440 dpi Character pitch: 10 characters per inch Rear paper guide Printing columns: 167 Printable Area The default margins around the printable area are 0.12 inch (3 mm) for the top, right, and left, and bottom. The borderless printing feature allows edge-to-edge printing on some media (in the auto sheet feeder or rear paper slot). USB port Ethernet port Electrical AC inlet Specification Description Input voltage range 90 V to 264 V Rated frequency range 50 to 60 Hz Input frequency range 49 to 61 Hz Rated current 0.6 A at 120 V 0.3 A at 220 V Power consumption Approx. 25 W or less (ISO 10561 letter pattern) in standard operating mode; 5 W or less in low power mode; 0.3 W or less in power off mode Note: Check the label on the back of your printer for voltage information. 12/06 Epson Stylus Pro 3800 - 1 Epson Stylus Pro 3800 Environmental Options and Supplies Specification Operation Storage Temperature 50 to 95 °F (10 to 35 °C) –4 to 104 °F (–20 to 40 °C) Print quality guarantee: 59 to 77 °F (15 to 25 °C) Humidity (without condensation) 20 to 80% RH 5 to 85% RH 40 to 60% RH for optimum print quality For optimal operation, humidity should be between 35 and 45% RH Epson offers the following optional upgrades and supplies for your Stylus Pro 3800. You can purchase genuine Epson ink and paper from an authorized Epson reseller. To find the nearest reseller, call 800-GO-EPSON (800-463-7766). Or you can purchase online at www.epsonstore.com (U.S. sales) or www.epson.ca (Canadian sales). Ink Cartridges / Maintenance Cartridge Ink cartridges / maintenance cartridge...

TracPhone V3 User's Guide - Remote Satellite Systems International

mini-VSAT Broadbandsm System User’s Guide This user’s guide provides all of the basic information you need to operate, set up, and troubleshoot the TracPhone V3 system. For detailed installation information, please refer to the TracPhone V3 Installation Guide. If you have any comments regarding this manual, please e-mail them to manuals@kvh.com. Your input is greatly appreciated! Serial Numbers Antenna Control Unit Technical Support Within the Continental U.S.A.: Phone: 1 866 701-7103 (via landline) E-mail: mvbsupport@kvh.com North/South America, Australia: Phone: +1 401 851-3806 E-mail: mvbsupport@kvh.com Europe, Middle East, Asia, Africa: Phone: +45 45 160 180 E-mail: support@kvh.dk KVH Part # 54-0748 Rev. A © 2011, KVH Industries, Inc., All rights reserved. Modem Trademark Information TracPhone, KVH, and the unique light-colored dome with dark contrasting baseplate are registered trademarks of KVH Industries, Inc. mini-VSAT Broadband is a service mark of KVH Industries, Inc. ViaSat and the ViaSat logo are registered trademarks of ViaSat, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Disclaimer Every effort has been made to ensure the correctness and completeness of the material in this document. No company shall be liable for errors contained herein. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. No warranty of any kind is made with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.

TracPhone V3-IP User's Guide - KVH Industries, Inc

This user’s guide provides all of the basic information you need to operate, set up, troubleshoot, and maintain the TracPhone V3-IP system. For detailed installation information, please refer to the TracPhone V3-IP Installation Guide. If you have any comments regarding this manual, please e-mail them to manuals@kvh.com. Your input is greatly appreciated! Technical Support Within the Continental U.S.A.: Phone: 1 866 701-7103 E-mail: mvbsupport@kvh.com North/South America, Australia: Phone: +1 401 851-3806 E-mail: mvbsupport@kvh.com Europe, Middle East, Asia, Africa: Phone: +45 45 160 180 E-mail: mvbsupport@kvh.com KVH Part # 54-0890 Rev. B © 2013, KVH Industries, Inc., All rights reserved. Trademark Information TracPhone, KVH, CommBox, and the unique light-colored dome with dark contrasting baseplate are trademarks of KVH Industries, Inc. mini-VSAT Broadband is a service mark of KVH Industries, Inc. ViaSat and the ViaSat logo are registered trademarks of ViaSat, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Disclaimer Every effort has been made to ensure the correctness and completeness of the material in this document. No company shall be liable for errors contained herein. The information in this document is subject to change without notice. No warranty of any kind is made with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. TracPhone V3-IP User’s Guide

Owner's Manual - ART
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TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction ........................................................................................... 2 Installation ............................................................................................. 3 AC Power Hookup .............................................................................. 3 Audio Connections .............................................................................. 3 Safety Precautions .............................................................................. 3 Controls and Indicators .........................................................................4 Input Control ....................................................................................... 4 +20 dB Gain Switch ............................................................................ 4 Phantom Power +48V Switch ............................................................. 4 Phase Reverse Switch ........................................................................ 5 OPL™ (Peak Limiter) Switch .............................................................. 6 Power/Clip/Limit LED .......................................................................... 6 VU Meter ............................................................................................. 6 Output Control .................................................................................... 7 Connections .......................................................................................... 8 ¼” Input Jack ....................................................................................... 8 XLR Input Jack ................................................................................... 8 XLR Output Jack ................................................................................. 8 ¼” Output Jack ................................................................................... 9 Power Jack ......................................................................................... 9 Operation ............................................................................................. 10 Warranty Information .......................................................................... 12 Service ................................................................................................. 13 Tube MP Studio Specifications .......................................................... 14

A140E AUTOMATIC TRANSAXLE - TurboNinjas.com

When working with FIPG material, you must observe the following. • Using a razor blade and gasket scraper, remove all the old FIPG material from the gasket surfaces. • Thoroughly clean all components to remove all the loose material. • Clean both sealing surfaces with a non–residue solvent. • Apply the FIPG in approx.1 mm (0.04 in.) wide bead along the sealing surface. • Parts must be assembled within 10 minutes of application. Otherwise, the FIPG material must be removed and reapplied. If the vehicle is equipped with a mobile communication system, refer to the precaution in the IN section. The A140E Electronically Controlled automatic transaxle described in this AX section is a lock– up four–speed automatic transaxle developed exclusively for use with transversely–mounted engines. OPERATION 1. FUNCTION OF COMPONENTS COMPONENT FUNCTION O/D Direct Clutch (Co) Connects Overdrive sun gear and overdrive carrier. 0/D Brake (Bo) Prevents overdrive sun gear from turning either clockwise or counterclockwise. O/D One–Clutch (Fo) When transaxle is being driven by engine, connects overdrive sun gear and overdrive carrier. Front Clutch (C1) Connects input shaft and intermediate shaft. Rear Clutch (C2) Connects input shaft and front & rear planetary gear. No. 1 Brake (B1) Prevents front & rear planetary sun gear from turning either clockwise or counterclockwise. No. 2 Brake (B2) Prevents outer race of F, from turning either clockwise or counterclockwise, thus preventing front & rear planetary sun gear from turning counterclockwise. No. 3 Brake (B3) Prevents front planetary carrier from turning either clockwise or counterclockwise. No. 1 One–Way Clutch (F1) When B2 is operating, prevents front & rear planetary sun gear from turning counterclockwise. No. 2 One–Way Clutch (F2) Prevents front planetary carrier from turning counterclockwise.

Panasonic LUMIX DMC-TS20 Panasonic LUMIX ... - B&H Photo Video

Shockproof To 5' (1.5 m) To 6.6' (2 m) Waterproof To 16' (5 m) To 40' (12 m) Freezeproof To 14°F (-10°C) To 14°F (-10°C) Crushproof N/A N/A Dustproof Equivalent IPX8/IPX6 Standards Equivalent IPX8/IPX6 Standards Image Sensor 12.1MP 1/2.33" CCD (primary color filter) Zoom 16.1MP 1/2.33" CCD (primary color filter) 4.5-18 mm (25-100 mm in 35 mm equivalent; 29-108 mm in 35 mm equivalent when recording video) / LUMIX DC VARIO Lens; 11 elements in 10 groups (5 aspherical lenses, 9 aspherical surfaces, 1 ED lens) Optical: 4x; Extra Optical Zoom (EZ): 5.1x Aperture Range f/3.9-5.7 (2-step); f/3.9-9 (W); f/5.7-13 f/3.3-5.9 (2-step); f/3.3-10 (W); f/5.9-18 Display 2.7" (6.7 cm) TFT-LCD with AR-coating; 2.7" (6.7 cm) TFT-LCD with AR-coating; high-angle mode; 100% FOV; power LCD high-angle mode; 100% FOV; power LCD mode; auto power LCD mode; 230K Dots mode; auto power LCD mode; 230K Dots Focus System Not specified Not specified Focus Range Normal W: 19.7"-infinity (50 cm-infinity); Normal T: 39.4"-infinity (100 cm-infinity); Macro, IA, Motion Picture W: 1.9"-infinity (5 cm-infinity); Macro, IA, Motion Picture T: 39.4"-infinity (100 cm-infinity) Normal W/T: 11.8"-Infinity (30 cminfinity); Macro/Intelligent Auto/Motion Picture W: 1.9"-infinity (5 cm-infinity); Macro/Intelligent Auto/Motion Picture T: 11.8"-Infinity (30 cm-infinity) Shutter Speed Normal, AF Macro, Macro Zoom, Quick AF (Al O ) AF T ki 1/1300-8 sec Normal / AF Macro / Macro Zoom, Quick AF O / Off (O i I t lli t A t ) 1/1300-60 sec Image File Format Stills: JPEG; Movies: MP4 Stills: JPEG; Movies: AVCHD, MP4; 3D Image: MPO Exposure Control / Mode Inteliigent Multiple / Auto (Program AE) Program AE, Manual Exposure Compensation ±1.0EV (1/3-1EV steps) ±2.0 EV (1/3 EV steps); Auto (AE) Bracketing: 1/3-1.0 EV step, Max: ±1.0 EV (3 frames) ISO Sensitivity (SOS: Standard Output Sensitivity) I.ISO, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600; High Sensitivity Mode: ISO 1600-6400 Auto, i.ISO, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600; High Sensitivity Mode: ISO 1600-6400 White Balance Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Shade, Incandescent, White Set Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Shade, Incandescent, White Set, White Balance Adjustment Focal Length/Lens Configuration Focus Mode 4.9-22.8 mm (28-128 mm in 35 mm equivalent) / LEICA DC VARIO-ELMAR Lens; 10 elements in 8 groups (5 aspherical lenses, 6 aspherical surfaces, 1 ED lens) Optical: 4.6x / Digital: 4x / Intelligent:

DC/AC Pure Sine Wave Inverter
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This report focuses on DC to AC power inverters, which aim to efficiently transform a C power D source to a high voltage AC source, similar to power that would be available at an electrical wall outlet. Inverters are used for many applications, as in situations where low voltage DC sources such as batteries, solar panels or fuel cells must be converted so that devices can run off of AC power. One example of such a situation would be converting electrical power from a car battery to run a laptop, TV or cell phone. The method in which the low voltage DC power is inverted, is completed in two steps. The first being the conversion of the ow voltage DC power to a high voltage DC source, and the second step l being the conversion of the igh DC source to an AC waveform using pulse width modulation. Another h method to complete the desired outcome would be to first convert the low voltage DC power to AC, and then use a transformer to boost the voltage to 120 volts. This project focused on the first method described and specifically the transformation of a high voltage DC source into an AC output. Of the different DC­AC inverters on the market today there are essentially two different forms of AC ...

Wiring Diagram - Abt
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CAUTION MICROWAVE RADIATION PERSONNEL SHOULD NOT ALLOW EXPOSURE TO MICROWAVE RADIATION FROM MICROWAVE GENERATOR OTHER PARTS CONDUCTING MICROWAVE ENERGY. The output power of the magnetron can be measured by performing a water temperature rise test. Equipment needed: * Two 1-liter cylindrical borosilicate glass vessel (Outside diameter 190 mm) * One glass thermometer with mercury column NOTE: Check line voltage under load. Low voltage will lower the magnetron output. Make all temperature and time tests with accurate equipment. 1. Fill the one liter glass vessel with water. _ 2. Stir water in glass vessel with thermometer, and record glass vessel’s temperature (“T1”, 10+ 1 C). 3. After moving the water into another glass vessel, place it in the center of the cooking tray. Set the oven to high power and operate for 47 seconds exactly. ( 3 seconds included as a holding time of magnetron oscillation) 4. When heating is finished, stir the water again with the thermometer and measure the temperature ( “T2”). 5. Subtract T1 from T2. This will give you the water temperature rise. ( T ) 6. The output power is obtained by the following formula; 45 : Heating Times (sec) Output = 4.187x1000x T+0.55xMcx(T2-T0) ( 3 seconds included as a holding time 42 of magnetron oscillation.) 4.187 : Coefficient for water 1000 : Water ( cc )...

Accurate. Precise. Field-tested. - OpticsPlanet.com

Accurate. Precise. Field-tested. One shot. That’s the goal. And nothing helps more than an accurate scope. Years of research and design input from the experts — real hunters in real hunting environments — have led us to craft our finest scopes ever. Take your pick from our classic riflescopes or our revolutionary HOLOsight , then take your next shot with confidence. Bushnell . One shot.  BUSHNELL 2003 CATALOG 38 42-2104S 2.5–10 x 40mm  39  ELITE 4200 Rainguard lens treatment prevents external fogging in cold, wet weather. One-piece tube is hammer-forged from an aluminum and titanium alloy for 30% more strength. 100% waterproof / fogproof/ shockproof construction. 4–16 x 50mm 4–16 x 40mm 1/4 Four times the range of low-to-high magnification. M.O.A. or finer fingertip, audible/resettable windage and elevation adjustments.

Dog Health Group report - The Kennel Club

The Dog Health Group (DHG) has now overseen the Kennel Club’s ever increasing health and welfare initiatives for a third year. Prior to the existence of the DHG its work was directed by a number of Kennel Club internal groups. Bringing all these activities under the profile of the DHG, along with input from external members, makes the DHG more effective and credible in delivering a co-ordinated approach to improving dog health and welfare. The scope and impact of these initiatives continue to expand and provide an excellent platform from which to highlight the Kennel Club’s commitment to ensuring UK dogs are healthy and their welfare is well cared for. This report intends to update the information given in previous reports and highlight some of the main developments. However, full information on all of our health work can be obtained from the Kennel Club website, www.thekennelclub.org.uk Gareth Poulton © / The Kennel Club Picture Library The Activities Health and Welfare Sub-Group was established in 2012. The principal aim of this Sub-Group is to ensure any identified risk of injury by competing in activities is considered and mitigating actions are taken. An initial report and details of its remit are included on page 6. KENNEL CLUB CHARITABLE TRUST In 2012 the Kennel Club donated £400,000 to the Charitable Trust to support work on canine health, training and welfare initiatives. During the course of the year the Trust has funded the following health projects: Animal Health Trust Payments for Year 4 of the Kennel Club Genetics Centre at the Animal Health Trust Dachshund Breed Council 2nd instalment for a research project into Lafora in the breed

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