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Entries from February 2009

KC Wirefree Bluetooth Starter Kit User’s Manual

February 28th, 2009 · Comments Off

KC Wirefree Bluetooth module offer simple yet compact Bluetooth platform for embedded application. Since it comes with surface mount layout, starter kits have been developed to ease user to explore the possible development and application. This document describes the use and starting guide for KC Wirefree Bluetooth starter kit. For details of KC Wirefree Bluetooth [...]

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MSR210D SERIES Magnetic Stripe Card Reader Keyboard Interface Simple Manual

February 28th, 2009 · Comments Off

The MSR210D Series Keyboard Interface Magnetic Card Reader is ideal for retail systems, time keeping systems, security systems and the card reader related systems. The MSR210D series are designed to offer the user a card reader solution that will complement many applications. Triple track MSR210D reader is uniquely designed to read both credit cards and [...]

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Transio TCF-90-M/S User Manual

February 27th, 2009 · Comments Off

The TCF-90 is a compact sized, high-speed, RS-232 to optical fiber converter that extends RS-232 transmission from 15 meters to 5 km (TCF-90-M, multi-mode) or 40 km (TCF-90-S, single-mode), without using external power. The TCF-90 is designed to get power from the attached serial port. A pair of TCF-90 converters can be used to connect [...]

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SENTINEL-SENSE 2.6 EA Installation & Operation Manual

February 27th, 2009 · Comments Off

AWID’s Sentinel-Sense 2.6 EA is a long-range (12 to 15 feet) Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) reader module with RS-232 I/O interface that works with most leading passive UHF passive tags. The reader module comes with a unique combination of long read range, small size, and low power consumption. The reader module has an internal power [...]

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Recabinet User’s Manual

February 27th, 2009 · Comments Off

Recabinet is a library of convolution impulse responses, and is compatible with a wide variety of convolution impulse response software plugins. These plugins are designed to run in a variety of recording software for PC and Mac. Some of this software is free, and in our testing, is just as good as the paid software [...]

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Planar LCD Monitor PV150 Manual

February 20th, 2009 · Comments Off

Your New Planar LCD Monitor has been designed to be versatile, ergonomic and user-friendly. Your New Planar LCD Monitor is capable of displaying most standards, from 640 x 480 VGA to 1024 x 768 XGA. The digital controls located on the front panel allow the user to easily adjust the Monitor’s display parameters. Your New [...]

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VT8000 8” Touchscreen VGA Monitor User Manual

February 20th, 2009 · Comments Off

The 8” VGA Monitor is a small versatile LCD monitor that hasVGA capabilities. It also includes video inputs allowing it to perform double duty as a video monitor. Using the Touch screen feature you could use this as a interactive display in a kiosk or other display. You can also use it as a second [...]

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PLUSTV 1440ex User’s Manual

February 19th, 2009 · Comments Off

The PLUSTV 1440EX uses the professional progressive scanning TV (DPTV) chip, which adopts such picture improvement technologies as black level stretch, video noise suppression, and 3D motion compensation etc, so it gives clearer and more flamboyant pictures and stronger three-dimensional perception.

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BB 150 ADCP Technical Manual

February 19th, 2009 · Comments Off

The ADCP emits an acoustic pulse called a PING. Scatterers that float ambiently with the water currents reflect some of the energy from the ping back to the ADCP. The ADCP uses the return signal to calculate a velocity. The energy in this signal is the echo intensity. Echo intensity is sometimes used to determine [...]

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300 Watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter Installation and Operation Manual

February 18th, 2009 · Comments Off

STEP 1 – Mounting Locate the SureSine on a surface that is protected from direct sun, high temperatures, corrosive fumes, and water. SureSine may be mounted horizontally on a flat surface (like a table) or vertically (on a wall). Do not install in a confined area where battery gasses can accumulate. Place the SureSine on [...]

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