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Remote Control Golf Push Cart
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You asked for a Light Weight electric golf trolley and CartTek has delivered.  Introducing CartTek’s first Lithium Ion battery powered electric golf caddy, the GRX-950Li.   The GRX-950Li has a Lithium Ion battery, the lightest weight trolley battery available.  The total battery weight is less than 3 pounds.  This is the perfect cart for someone that golfs regularly or may have limited lifting capacity.

Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE Tips & Tricks - CyberScholar.com

FAQs S Beam Q: What’s the difference between Android Beam and S Beam? A: Using Android Beam, you can share contacts and calendar info, plus links to apps and other information with another Android™ device that supports NFC. When sharing with another S Beamcapable device, you can still send contacts, calendar events, and links, but you can also quickly share actual files, such as photos, videos, and documents with an S Beam-capable device. The chart below shows what you can send from the Samsung Galaxy Victory™ 4G LTE to other devices. Lock Screen Q: How do I customize the shortcuts shown on the lock screen? A: Lock screen shortcuts make it easier to get to your favorite app when you unlock your phone. You can have up to four shortcuts displayed, and you can rearrange their order. 1. Touch Apps > Settings > Lock Screen with swipe lock. 2. Touch Shortcuts.  Reorder the current shortcuts by dragging and dropping them.  Delete any shortcut by touching and holding it and then dragging it to the trash can.  If you have fewer than three, touch the plus sign to add another one. Select the desired app from the list.

Induction Built-In Range - Electrolux

Induction Built-In Range EW30IS6CJS Featuring Wave-Touch® Controls & Induction Cooktop 30" INDUCTION BUILT-IN RANGE Control Panel Features Wave-Touch® Electronic Oven Control Perfect Set® Element Controls Keypad Entry of Time & Temperature Electronic Clock & Timer Temperature Display Automatic Oven (Delay, Cook & Off) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Induction Cooktop Features Yes 1 1 1 1 Yes Yes Ceramic Glass Smoothtop 10" Induction Cooking Element – 2500W / 3400W 8" Induction Cooking Element – 2400W / 3400W 7" Induction Cooking Element – 1900W / 2600W 6" Induction Cooking Element – 1500W / 1900W Hot-Surface Indicator Light Surface Controls Oven Features More Energy-Efficient Cooking with induction is 70% more efficient than gas and 20% more efficient than electric. Capacity Hidden Bake Element Eight-Pass Bake Element – 2500 Watts Eight-Pass Broil Element – 4000 Watts Convection Element – 2500 Watts Cobalt Blue Interior Self-Clean Options with Door Lock Perfect Convect3® with Variable 2-Speed Fan Cooking Modes – Bake, Broil, Convection Bake, Convection Roast, Convection Broil, Keep Warm, Slow Cook Baking Options – Perfect Turkey®, Defrost, Dehydrate, Bread Proof, My Favourites, Multi-Stage Cooking, Temperature Probe, Rapid Preheat, Delay Bake, Convection Convert Luxury-Design® Lighting with Dual 40W Halogen Bulbs Luxury-Glide® Racks Conventional Racks Convection Roasting Rack

ToolsNow.com Adds Angle Grinder to DeWalt Power Tools Inventory ...

PRLog - Global Press Release Distribution ToolsNow.com Adds Angle Grinder to DeWalt Power Tools Inventory Source: ToolsNow.com Dated: May 06, 2008 Tools Now (www.toolsnow.com) a leading online discount tools retailer announced today that it has added the DeWalt DW818 4-1/2” Angle Grinder to its line-up of DeWalt Reconditioned Tools online inventory. SPRING HILL, Kan. -- The new line up of DeWalt DW818 4-1/2” Angle Grinders will give you power and speed in a small package. The 7.8 amp motor operates at 11,000 rpm and generates 995 watts of output. The metal gear case dissipates heat for longer bearing, gear, and motor life, and the AC/DC capacity works off of welding machines and generators for increased productivity and versatility. Other features include a sliding sealed switch, two-position side handle, and spindle lock. The DeWalt Reconditioned Tools ( http://www.toolsnow.com/browse.cfm/2,385.html ) have a one year factory warranty. “We’ve offered a wide selection of discount tools since 1977, and are committed to excellence in service, quality and customer satifsaction”, said Bob Cummins CEO. “We offer many new and reconditioned name brand tools at discounted prices that consumers will not find anywhere else.” While the housing crisis is a risk to the US economy, do-it-yourselfers and professional contractors are buying more factory reconditioned tools which are quality discount tools at affordable prices. Tools Now is...

Dewalt Range 11_Prnt - Pragati Engineers

POWER TOOLS RANGE CATALOGUE 2011-12 DRILLS GRINDERS HAMMERS CORE CUTTERS DRIVERS/WRENCHES CHOP SAWS GUARANTEED TOUGH. TM WOODWORKING CORDLESS Power Tools Range 2011-12 DRILLS DWD010 - 6mm Rotary Drill DWD014 - 10mm VSR Drill POWER: 380 W CHUCK CAPACITY: 1 - 6.5 MM POWER: 550 W METAL: 6.5 MM SPEED: 0-2800 RPM DRILLS WOOD: 15 MM SPEED: 0-3600 RPM WEIGHT: 1.16 KG DWD016 - 10mm VSR Drill D21101 - 13mm VSR Drill DRILLING CAPACITY: STEEL:10 MM WOOD: 25 MM WEIGHT: 1.3 KG D21520 - 13mm Mixer & Rotary Drill POWER: 380 W POWER: 650 W POWER: 710 W SPEED: 0-2600 RPM SPEED: 0-850 RPM SPEED: 0-550 RPM DRILLING CAPACITY: STEEL:10 MM DRILLING CAPACITY IN STEEL:13 MM DRILLING CAPACITY IN STEEL:13 MM WOOD: 20 MM WOOD: 35 MM WOOD: 100 MM WEIGHT: 1.3 KG WEIGHT: 1.9 KG WEIGHT: 3.4 KG DWD022 - 10mm Impact Drill DWD024 - 13mm Impact Drill D21720 - 13mm Two Speed Impact Drill POWER: 650 W POWER: 550 W POWER: 650 W SPEED: 0-1100/0-2600 RPM SPEED: 0-2800 RPM SPEED: 0-2800 RPM DRILLING CAPACITY IN STEEL:13 MM DRILLING CAPACITY: STEEL:10 MM CAPACITY IN STEEL: 10 MM CONCRETE:16 MM WOOD: 25 MM WOOD: 30 MM WOOD:40/25 MM WEIGHT: 1.4 KG WEIGHT: 1.6 KG WEIGHT: 2.1 KG SMALL ANGLE GRINDERS DW801 - 100mm Angle Grinder DW810 - 100mm Angle Grinder POWER: 850 W GRINDERS POWER: 680 W SPEED: 11000 RPM SPEED: 11000 RPM MAX. DISC DIA.: 100 MM MAX. DISC DIA.: 100 MM EXTERNAL BRUSH ACCESS EXTERNAL BRUSH ACCESS WEIGHT: 1.8 KG WEIGHT: 1.8 KG GUARANTEED TOUGH. TM 1 Power Tools Range 2011-12 SMALL ANGLE GRINDERS DW803 - 100mm Angle Grinder DW831 - 125mm Angle Grinder D28112X - 100mm Angle Grinder POWER: 1000 W SPEED: 10000 RPM POWER: 1050 W MAX. DISC DIA.: 100 MM SPEED: 10000 RPM POWER: 1400 W EXTERNAL BRUSH ACCESS MAX. DISC DIA.: 100 MM SPEED: 10000 RPM WEIGHT: 1.8 KG WEIGHT: 1.9 KG WEIGHT: 2.7 KG LARGE ANGLE GRINDERS D28135 - 125mm Angle Grinder D28491 - 180mm Angle Grinder D28413 - 180mm Angle Grinder POWER: 1400 W POWER: 2000 W POWER: 2200 W SPEED: 10000 RPM SPEED: 8500 RPM SPEED: 8500 RPM MAX. DISC DIA: 125 MM MAX. DISC DIA.: 180 MM MAX. DISC DIA.: 180 MM WEIGHT: 2.0 KG WEIGHT: 4.6 KG WEIGHT: 4.7 KG D28414 - 230mm Angle Grinder D28495 - 180mm Angle Grinder D28476 - 180mm Angle Grinder POWER: 2200 W POWER: 2400 W POWER: 2700 W SPEED: 6500 RPM SPEED: 8500 RPM SPEED: 8500 RPM MAX. DISC DIA.: 230 MM MAX. DISC DIA.: 180 MM MAX. DISC DIA.:180 MM WEIGHT: 4.7 KG WEIGHT: 5.6 KG WEIGHT: 5.6 KG SANDER POLISHER DIE GRINDER DW849X - 7”/9” Electronic Sander & Polisher D28409 - 180mm Sander DW887 - Heavy Duty Die Grinder POWER: 400W POWER: 1250 W SPEED: 25000 RPM SPEED: 0-600/3500 RPM POWER: 2200 W MAX. DISC DIA.: 180 MM SPEED: 5000 RPM COLLET: 6.35/MIN. SPINDLE THREAD: M14 MAX. DISC DIA.: 180 MM PADDLE SWITCH WITH LOCK-ON WEIGHT: 3 KG WEIGHT: 4.7 KG WEIGHT: 1.2 KG GUARANTEED TOUGH. TM

GUIDE TRAILERING GUIDE - GMC.com
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TRAILERING GUIDE G M C T R A I L er I N G G U I D E capabilities you can count on Engineering Professional Grade trucks, SUVs, crossovers and vans isn't easy. At GMC, we bring some incredible technologies together to build precision-crafted vehicles that exceed expectations. Our latest example? The all-new 2014 Sierra 1500. Everything about it proves that Sierra is more than just a truck. It's incredible thinking in the form of a truck. The following pages will introduce you to Sierra and the rest of our 2014 lineup. TABLE OF CONTENTS 3 _ Selecting a vehic le 5 _ VEHICLES AND HITC HES 7 _ Power and Performa nce 9 _ Tr ailering Terms 10 _ drive t y pes 11 _ TR AILERING ON THE ROAD 12 _ DINGHY TOW ING capABI LIT Y 13 _ SIERR A Tr ai ler Weight Rati ngs 17 _ YUKO N AND TERR AI N Tr ai ler Weight Rati ngs 19 _  ACADIA AND SAVANA Tr ai l er Weight Rati ngs 2 GMC SIERRA 3500HD CREW CAB in QUICKSILVER METALLIC shown with available equipment. T R A I L er I N G G U I D E Selecting A vehicle Every GMC truck, crossover, SUV and van is designed specifically for trailering, with power, handling and convenience features you can rely on for long hauls and heavy loads. This guide will help you select the GMC model that’s right for your trailering needs and also contains helpful tips for loading, driving and parking with your trailer. 3 SIERRA 2500hd crew cab slt in onyx black shown with available equipment. T R A I L er I N G G U I D E maximum trailer weight rating (lbs) 1 The chart below gives you an idea of the maximum amount of weight you can confidently and safely trailer with different GMC model lines when your vehicle is properly equipped. When determining the total weight of trailer and cargo, include the weight of any additional passengers and optional equipment (driver weight and base equipment are already included). See pages 13-19 for maximum trailer weight ratings by specific model.

When to Use a Positive Displacement Pump vs. Centrifugal (pdf)

When to use a Positive Displacement Pump When to use a centrifugal or a Positive Displacement pump (“PD Pump”) is not always a clear choice. To make a good choice between these pump types it is important to understand that these two types of pumps behave very differently. Performance Flow rate versus pressure 250 Head Feet By looking at the performance chart to the right you can see just how different these pumps are. The centrifugal has varying flow depending on pressure or head, whereas the PD pump has more or less constant flow regardless of pressure. 200 150 Positive 100 Centrifugal 50 0 0 50 100 150 Capacity GPM Flow rate versus viscosity Percent Another major difference between the pump types is the effect viscosity has on the capacity of the pump. You will notice in the flow rate chart how the centrifugal pump Flow Rate loses flow as the viscosity goes up but the PD pump’s flow actually increases. This is because 100% the higher viscosity liquids fill the clearances of 90% the pump causing a higher volumetric 80% efficiency. Remember, this chart shows only the Positive 70% effect of viscosity on the pump flow; when there Centrifugal 60% is a viscosity change there is also greater line 50% loss in the system. This means you will also 40% have to calculate the change in pump flow from 0 100 200 300 400 500 the first chart for this pressure change. Viscosity cSt...

BERKELEY® TYPE B CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS

Berkeley TYPE B CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS ® PUMP PERFORMANCE w w w.BERKELE YPUMPS.com B series centrifugal pumps pump model nomenclature NAME PLATE EXAMPLE: pUMP SIZE EXAMPLE: B 4 G P BH S B– 4– G– 4" x 6" x 13" B H 4" – B = "Back Pull-Out" Design DISCHARGE SIZE (Inches) NOMINAL IMPELLER DIAMETER (Inches) 3" = A 4" = M 5" = X 6" = T 7" = W 8" = Y 9" = Z 10" = E 11" = F 15" = EX 12" = G 15.5" = XT 13" = J 16" = ET 14" = N 17" = EW 18" = EY 19" = EZ 20" = EE P = Electric Motor – Pump Attached Directly to Motor Frame Q = Engine Drive – Pump Attached Directly to Engine Frame R = Frame Mounted Belt or Flexible Coupling Drive RM = Special Duty Mounting Frame B– SPECIAL FEATURES (Optional) 2– S– 10 – NOMINAL IMPELLER DIAMETER (Inches) 3" = A 4" = M 5" = X 6" = T B– B = Hydraulically Balanced Impeller Design K = Self-Priming 7" = W 8" = Y 9" = Z 10" = E 11" = F 15" = EX 12" = G 15.5" = XT 13" = J 16" = ET 14" = N 17" = EW 18" = EY 19" = EZ 20" = EE SPECIAL FEATURES (Optional) B = Hydraulically Balanced Impeller Design RELATIVE CAPACITY OF IMPELLER LL = Very Low L = Low M = Medium (Often Omitted) H = High HH = Very High H– RELATIVE CAPACITY OF IMPELLER H– SUCTION SIZE (Inches) 13" – TYPE OF DRIVE P– DISCHARGE SIZE (Inches) 6" – TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION LL = Very Low L = Low M = Medium (Often Omitted) H = High HH = Very High NUMBER OF STAGES (Optional) (Single stages not indicated) SHAFT SEAL (Optional) S = Mechanical Seal (Packed Stuffing Box is not indicated) HORSEPOWER OF MOTOR OR ENGINE (Optional) (Normally indicated on Engine Driven Pumps only) The model configurations above illustrate the complete range of closed coupled product identification numbers. Berkeley Type B Hydraulic Performance (by product group) 600 175 FM 400 100 75 Feet of Head SAE 500 125 Meters of Head 150 CCMD 3600 RPM Fixed Speed SAE 300 CCMD 1800 RPM Fixed Speed 200 50 CCMD FM 25 0 100 CCMD 1200 RPM Fixed Speed

Charting Basics - Saxo Bank
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Chart time frames Chart types 1 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

How To Make A Straight Line Fit Using Excel

Let's consider the following example: One has measured the force necessary to extend a spring from its rest (equilibrium position) for various extensions. The goal is to find the spring constant. The theory (Hook's Law) predicts the linear dependence between the force and the change of the length of the spring: F = -kx To find the spring constant k, one needs to plot the negative force -F as a function of x and find the straight-line fit. The slope of that line is equal to the spring constant k. Finding the best straight-line fit could be quite time consuming if done with a calculator. Using Microsoft Excel program significantly simplifies the whole procedure. Follow the steps shown below to make a graph and then draw a straight line that fits your data. A. Start Microsoft Excel 2010 (or Excel 2007). B. Enter your data into Excel spreadsheet. C. Highlight all cells containing data. In our example, the first column (A) contains values of x, whereas the second column (B) contains values of force -F: D. From the "Insert" tab select "Charts - Scatter". Use the first type of scatter charts – “Scatter with only Markers”. You should see a simple plot prepared by Excel. E. Next step is to add axis labels and legend to the graph. Select “Layout” tab from “Chart Tools”. Then add a header using the “Chart Title” button and add axis labels using “Axis Titles” button (both for horizontal and for vertical axes). Optionally, you may edit or simply remove the legend. Grab and drag a corner of the graph (chart) to enlarge its size. F. The last step is to add the linear fit (a straight line fit) to your graph (chart). Click once anywhere inside the graph area. Select the “Layout” tab from “Chart Tools”. Click on the “Trendline” icon and select the “Linear Trendline” option. You should see a graph similar to this: ...

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