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BZW-2TP+N Automatic ribbon cable terminal crimping machine (new mode in catalogue max 1.5m cable)
 
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BZW-2TP+N Automatic ribbon cable terminal crimping machine (new mode in catalogue max 1.5m cable)
Views: 48 Lee Leo
Mode Machine Ball Beats hands-on
 
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Joe checks out Ball Beats from Mode Machines at NAMM2012. Read Joe's full article at The Verge: http://www.theverge.com/2012/1/21/2723544/ball-beats-midi-sequencer-marbles-NAMM More from The Verge: Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=theverge Check out our full video catalog: http://www.youtube.com/theverge/videos Visit our playlists: http://www.youtube.com/theverge/playlists Like The Verge on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/verge Follow on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/verge Follow on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/verge Read More: http://www.theverge.com More from The Verge: Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=theverge Check out our full video catalog: http://www.youtube.com/theverge/videos Visit our playlists: http://www.youtube.com/theverge/playlists Like The Verge on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/verge Follow on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/verge Follow on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/verge Read More: http://www.theverge.com
Views: 1246 The Verge
Samsung Secure Folder - Features & How to Use!
 
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A detailed look at Samsung's Secure Folder - What it is, How it works and more... Where to Buy the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus? Flipkart - http://fkrt.it/NvKFQTuuuN Amazon.com - http://amzn.to/2pwNqKW Follow me on... Twitter: @C4ETech (https://twitter.com/C4ETech) Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/C4ETech Google+: http://plus.google.com/+C4ETech Instagram: http://instagram.com/C4ETech Website: http://c4etech.com Music Credits Intro - Gemini Fire Inside (Elliot Berger Remix) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHXMCRpAyEw https://www.facebook.com/ElliotBergerMusic/ https://soundcloud.com/elliotbergermusic https://twitter.com/elliotbergeruk BGM - Lakey Inspired - My Ride https://soundcloud.com/lakeyinspired/my-ride
Views: 626762 C4ETech
Windows 10: Get around using touch and tablet mode
 
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The complete guide to navigating Windows 10 using touch and Tablet Mode! Get the full guide at http://www.WindowsKnowHow.com.
Views: 54106 Windows Know How
Digital Catalogue Brouchure
 
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Digital Catalogue Brouchure
Views: 202 Syed Arshad Jilani
1976 Allied Electronics - Engineering Manual & Purchasing Guide Catalog #760
 
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An archive of vintage Allied Radio & Industrial Electronics Catalogs on YouTube. Catalog pages are displayed in 1080p HD (high definition). To view text clearly, set your YouTube setting to display 1080p HD. To view the complete ALLIED RADIO & ELECTRONICS CATALOG ARCHIVE, go to: www.AlliedCatalogs.com To view the complete RADIO SHACK CATALOG ARCHIVE, go to: www.RadioShackCatalogs.com ** A BRIEF HISTORY OF ALLIED RADIO & ELECTRONICS CORPORATION ** In 1928, Allied Radio (now known as Allied Electronics) was started in Chicago, IL. In 1932, Allied was selling electronic parts by catalog. Storefront sales operations were established with the goal of selling to amateur radio operators and electronics experimenters. The company built a growing business in marketing radio parts and kits to home hobbyists, and was one of the first to sell electronics through a catalog. In addition, Allied opened storefront distribution outlets to reach more amateur ham radio operators and experimenters. During this time, Allied moved to 833 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL. From 1941-45, having survived the depression, Allied focused on the war effort, primarily servicing government contracts and high-priority industrial orders. During WWII, Allied devoted itself to the war effort by handling government contracts and high-priority industrial needs. This was Allied's first real experience in industrial electronics. After the war, Allied continued to sell to the consumer and industrial markets. From 1946-60, the electronics industry exploded as new developments in electronics were adopted on a widespread basis in commerce and industry. Innovations such as television, industrial automation, space technology and defense accelerated the need for electronics. Consumer demand also grew as radio sets and components not available during the war proliferated. Allied's main competitors were Radio Shack, Lafayette Radio, Olson Electronics, Newark Electronics, Burstein-Applebee Co., and local independent dealers (such as WinterRadio). Allied's primary house brands included "Allied", "Knight", and "Knight-Kit". In 1953, Allied Radio Corporation moves into its new, 2 million dollar building at 100 N. Western Ave, Chicago, IL. This "ultra-modern" facility was designed by experts to give their customers the best service in the industry. In 1961, Allied Radio Corporation established Allied Electronics Corporation as a wholly owned subsidiary to assume industrial sales of its small electronic components, relays, semi-conductors and the like which accounted for more than one-third of Allied's $40 million annual sales. In 1962, the first industrial catalog for Allied Electronics, a subsidiary of Allied Radio, was released. The company continued to serve both amateur and professional ham radio operators as one of the few places to locate that "hard to get" piece of radio equipment. In 1970, Allied moved its headquarters from Chicago, Illinois to Fort Worth, Texas because 1970 marked the year when Radio Shack's parent company, the Tandy Corporation (now Radio Shack Corporation) , purchased Allied Electronics and Allied Radio. In 1970, Tandy introduced combined catalogs of Allied Radio Shack stereo equipment, computers, phones, CB radios, scanners, speakers, antennas, P.A. systems, walkie-talkies, radios, electronic components, test equipment, electronic kits, & more. In 1972, the catalog is now a treasure trove for persons tracking down old components when trying to restore old professional and industrial equipment. Essex/Stancor, UTC, Switchcraft, Dialco, Arrow-Hart, Sprague, Fairchild, Robertshaw, Centralab, Belden, Sigma, Magnecraft, C. P. Clare, Amphenol, Shure, Electro-Voice, Sola, Simpson, Superior Electric, Hurst, RCA, Elmenco, ADC, H. H. Smith, are only some of the brand names represented. Interspersed with the major pro names were Micronta, Realistic, and other Radio Shack "consumer level" house brands. In 1973, due directly to federal court action, Tandy was ordered to divest itself of Allied Radio. In 1995, Allied is the first electronics distribution company to come out with a CD-ROM catalog and quickly followed-up by entering the e-commerce arena with the launch of a web site. Allied's main competitors were Radio Shack, Newark Electronics, Digi-Key, Jameco, and Mouser Electronics. Today, Allied Electronics is a small order, high service level distributor of electronic components and electromechanical products with over 50 sales offices across the United States and in Canada.
Views: 10 Allied Catalogs
New Desktop Setup - LCD Wall Mount feat. Pivot-Mode Ergotr
 
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My Desktop-Setup feat. the Pivot-mode of the Ergotron-LCD-Arm. In supporting roles: Samsung SyncMaster 226cw, Belkin-KVM-Switch (DVI), MacBookPro, Mac-Mini & iPod touch.
Views: 9488 holadiewaldfeee
zenapp - Native Zencart Mobile App
 
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Zenapp - Zencart mobile app is available in both catalog mode and mobile payment mode.
Views: 635 Niftysol
5mp camera quality [regional exposure function] #misumi_camera
 
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5mp camera with manual regional exposure function(25 zones) ▪ Max. frame rate ● Full 5.0M 2592 x 1944 /15 fps MJPG ,2 fps YUY ● FHD 1920 x 1080 /30 fps MJPG ,5 fps YUY ● SXGA 1280 x 960 /30 fps MJPG ,7.5 fps YUY ● HD 1280 x 720 /30 fps MJPG ,10 fps YUY ● VGA 640 x 480 /30 fps MJPG ,30 fps YUY ▪ pixel size: 1.4um x 1.4um ▪ Image sensor: 1/4" Color digital QSXGA CMOS camera module ▪ Image area: 3.651 x 2.744mm ▪ Scan mode: progressive ▪ Sensitivity: 600mV/Lux-sec ▪ Dynamic range: 67 dB @ 8x gain ▪ UVC format: MJPEG/YUV ▪ Lens: f 3.0mm/F2.0 ▪ Lens: f 3.87mm/F2.8-auto focus ▪ Interface: USB 2.0 (compliant with USB video class 1.1 standard) ▪ Input: DC 5V (USB)/ 170mA(working) ▪ Input: DC 5V (USB)/ 250mA(working / auto focus) ▪ Operating system: Windows 7, Windows 8, MAC OS, Linux (windows7 operating system in use, you need to install MJPG decoders.) ▪ Dimension(mm): 22 x 26 x 25.6 ▪ Dimension(mm): 22 x 26 x 7.9(auto focus) click to our website: http://www.misumi.com.tw/ click to datasheet: http://www.misumi.com.tw/pdf/2018/MD-B5226EP.pdf
NFC TASK Launcher test with android tag, wifi mode "switch on"
 
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http://www.ent-mart.com/catalog/index.php/cPath/40_42_58
Views: 480 CN2HK
#257: Power Supply Decoupling &  Filtering: why we use multiple caps in different locations
 
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This video talks about the different roles that the various power supply decoupling and filter capacitors serve on a circuit board. While the video doesn't cover how to select the values, it does illustrate and demonstrate why both "bulk" electrolytic caps and high frequency (usually ceramic) caps are used, and why they are placed where they are. There is a lot written about the topic of selecting values - google is your friend. Here is one good example which includes some good general guidelines: https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/fe9c/29dde27b7afd7a893486fcfcc4c2885a8c8b.pdf Here is a good extensive paper from Murata: http://www.murata.com/~/media/webrenewal/support/library/catalog/products/emc/emifil/c39e.ashx Nice app note from Maxim: https://www.maximintegrated.com/en/app-notes/index.mvp/id/5450 Really good resource from Texas Instruments: http://www.ti.com/lit/ml/slyp173/slyp173.pdf
Views: 51181 w2aew
Introducing AR view
 
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AR view lets you view thousands of products in your home, before you buy them.
Views: 3565468 amazon
Interview with Phil Molyneux, President and COO of Sony Electronics America
 
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Nilay Patel talks with Sony's Phil Molyneux about the company's new 4K TV and the Xperia Tablet S. More from The Verge: Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=theverge Check out our full video catalog: http://www.youtube.com/theverge/videos Visit our playlists: http://www.youtube.com/theverge/playlists Like The Verge on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/verge Follow on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/verge Follow on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/verge Read More: http://www.theverge.com
Views: 2432 The Verge
1974 Radio Shack - Qwik-Fill Electronic Parts Catalog #AE-74
 
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An archive of vintage Radio Shack Catalogs! All catalog pages are displayed in 1080p HD (high definition). To view text clearly, set your YouTube setting to display 1080p HD. Visit www.RadioShackCatalogs.com to view the complete RADIO SHACK CATALOG ARCHIVE, and see... ■ 1939-2002 RadioShack Full-Line Products Catalogs ■ 2003-2011 RadioShack Electronic Parts & Accessories Reference Guides ■ 1977-1992 Tandy Computer & Computer Related Catalogs (including the TRS-80 computer line) ■ 1950-2012 RadioShack Sale Catalogs/flyers (domestic & foreign) ■ 1970-2011 RadioShack TV commercials (videos) ■ 1925-2006 RadioShack Electronic Parts & Accessories Advertisements ■ Vintage Photos of Radio Shack Stores & Hi-Fidelity Show Rooms ■ Tandy Computer "Whiz Kids" Comic Books ■ RadioShack Historical Data ■ RadioShack Memorabilia Authorization to the use of RadioShack related content has been expressly granted to RadioShackCatalogs.com to maintain historical records of RadioShack Corporation. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ** A BRIEF HISTORY OF RADIO SHACK CORPORATION ** In 1919, in Fort Worth, Texas, with a chance meeting of two friends, Norton Hinckley and Dave L. Tandy (1889-1966). During their visit, these ambitious young fellows decided to pool their resources and go into business together. Two years later (1921) and half a continent away, two London-born Bostonian brothers, Theodore and Milton Deutschmann, opened a one-store retail and mail-order operation in the heart of downtown Boston. These young immigrant brothers wanted to provide amateur and ham radio equipment to the public; much of it was leftover Army gear. To pursue their interests, the brothers opened a retail store (a block from the site of the Boston Massacre). William Halligan, one of Deutschmann's first employees and later the founder of Hallicrafters, suggested the name, “Radio Shack”. They chose the name, "Radio Shack," which was a term for the room that housed a ship's radio equipment. Beginning in 1921, Radio Shack would grow to a handful of stores clustered in the Northeast, and become a leading electronics mail-order distributor to hobbyists. This is how it would remain until the company and a young Texan named Charles Tandy crossed paths four decades later. Meanwhile, the Hinckley-Tandy Leather Company grew modestly through the years. Although the company survived the Great Depression, it was nearly crippled when World War II began in 1941. Mr. Tandy's oldest son, Charles D. Tandy (1918-1978), while serving in the Navy during the war, observed how leathercraft was used as a therapeutic tool for patients in military hospitals and by servicemen in recreation and rehabilitation centers. He told his father that leathercraft was the way to steer the company during the war years – and to prepare for what he believed would be a healthy, new, post-war hobby market. In 1938, Radio Shack issued its first catalog when it entered the high-fidelity music equipment market. In 1947, it opened the nation's first audio showroom; providing amplifiers, speakers, turntables, phonograph cartridges, and the like. In 1954, Radio Shack began to sell their private-label products under the brand name Realistic®. By the 1960s, Radio Shack had expanded to become a leading distributor of electronic parts and products around the world. In 1963, Charles Tandy, bought the company for the equivalent of $300,000 cash. The '70s proved to be a decade of incredible growth for Radio Shack. The incredibly popular citizen-band (CB) radios, were one of its top selling items. Following the highly successful citizen-band (CB) radios in 1977, Radio Shack introduced the first mass-produced personal computer: the TRS-80® microcomputer - Only $599.95. This computer was the creation of a 24-year-old engineer named Steve Leininger. In contrast to build-it-yourself units available at the time, the TRS-80 was fully wired and tested. Although a primitive machine by today's standards, it was a technological and price breakthrough, and overwhelming customer demand caused a production backlog that lasted for months. Over 200,000 TRS-80 Model I computers were sold from 1977 to 1981. The '80s continued to make Radio Shack the "biggest name in little computers". Radio Shack offered the first affordably priced stereo receiver with digital technology, the first mobile/portable cellular telephone and the first high-performance satellite TV system that could be installed by the do-it-yourselfer. The '90s brought an explosion in personal communications. The company invented the Family Radio Service (FRS), which uses license-free 2-way personal radios. RadioShack sold more wireless phones than any other retailer. ...to read more about the history of RadioShack Corporation, visit www.RadioShackCatalogs.com
Standa MOPA laser
 
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Mopa Laser - Master Oscillator Power Amplifier Laser Link to manufacturer: http://www.standa.lt/products/catalog/lasers_laser_accessories?item=519 http://microlasers.eu Mopa Laser main features: Passively Q-switched Oscillator / Amplifier Laser System Single Longitudinal Mode 200-500ps Pulses in TEM00 1Hz-50kHz Repetition Rate Output Power up to 2.5W Small Footprint & Compact Design, Full Computer Control External Triggering / Synchronization Turn-Key Laboratory or Custom OEM Models Mopa Laser applications: Marking Biomedical LIDAR and Laser Ranging Micro dissection Material processing TiSa, OPO pumping Spectroscopy (LIBS, LIPS and PIV) Nonlinear Optics (Harmonics and Supercontinuum Generation) Diamond drilling (SiC) and other hard materials Electronics (PCB Processing) Instrumentation Sensing and Monitoring Semiconductor Inspection MALDI-TOF Laser Induced Fluorescence (LIF) Micromachining Follow Us On Facebook: http://www.fb.com/Standa.ltd
Views: 1327 Standa Ltd.
Flipping Thru Just For Redheads Catalog, ASMR Soft Spoken Comments, Chewing Bubble Gum,  Drinking
 
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Vlog 954 (Best enjoyed when wearing headphones in calm quiet surroundings). Cute little Catalog! Here's a link to my Flipping Thru Catalogs/Magazines videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLaieVFY8QGEc3k-XGV3LLxeB_TtFyamAm http://www.justforredheads.com
Views: 463 Angela Bright ASMR
HTC One vs Nokia Lumia 928 Outdoor Arena - Theje's Catalog
 
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A must-see video! Theje compares two smartphone camera heavyweights in this outdoor shot comparison between the HTC One and the Nokia Lumia 928. Also included is the HDR mode of the HTC One and Theje even covers post-processing! Wowza!
Views: 188 Theje
catalog help.mov
 
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How to effectively use the Catalog Help Application on your TI GDC:
How to get portrait mode on any android smartphone/no root/in malayalam
 
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Hey friends, Subscribe #gimpuruttangames&tech Check the link below to download fabby👇 Go on https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.fabby.android For low megapixel camera Check Google camera I am not responsible for any bug in the app💪 😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊 ============================= Thanks for watching
Views: 208 TECH CATALOGUE
Place UI Kit. Catalog
 
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Place UI Kit helps to create user friendly ARKit mobile app. It covers a wide range of cases that you would need: catalogues, lists, maps, tips and all types of camera views for every stage of AR experience as scanning, placing, and interacting. Perfectly crafted .sketch file contain: 👉 80+ Screens 👉 30+ Vector icons 👉 More... Download Full Version on Gumroad: https://gumroad.com/l/placeuikit Download Free Version on Gumroad: https://gumroad.com/l/placeuikitlight
Views: 247 Volodymyr Kurbatov
Furniture/Base6 Template - Feature Overview
 
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This video shows you the features of the base6 template. Mainly used for furniture and other product visualizations. Features include: - AR item placement - Material options - Shopping cart - Screenshot & Sharing - Room Capture via AR - 3D View mode - Walk mode - Save/Load projects Visit https://developer.viewar.com to create your own app. Try out this template using the ViewAR SDK app and enter "com.viewar.base6" on startup.
Watch how Windows 10 works with touch interfaces
 
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Windows 10 can dynamically switch between desktop and tablet mode. Microsoft explains exactly how it will work in this demo. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=theverge Check out our full video catalog: youtube.com/theverge/videos Visit our playlists: youtube.com/theverge/playlists Like The Verge on Facebook: facebook.com/theverge Follow on Twitter: twitter.com/theverge Follow on Instagram: instagram.com/theverge Read More: www.theverge.com
Views: 107777 The Verge
Ferrite and Power Transformer by S. N. Electronics, Delhi
 
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[https://www.indiamart.com/snelectronics-delhi/] Incepted in the year 1987, S.N. Electronics is one of the leading organizations engaged in manufacturing, supplying and trading Transfer Coil, Electronic Transformers, Ferrite Transformers, Power Transformer, Toroidal Coil Transformer, SMPS Transformer, IP Transformer. In addition, we offer 0.12 V Transformers, Iron Core Transformer, Control Transformer, Ferrite Core Transformer, Electronic Power Transformer, ETD29 SMPS Transformer, SMPS Power Transformer, Switch Mode Power Supply Transformer, Switch Mode Power Supply Transformer and IP Core Transformer. These products are manufactured with the help of expert professionals and high grade raw material, procured from our reliable vendors.
1949 Allied Radio - Latest Radio & Electronic Releases (special supplement #118)
 
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An archive of vintage Allied Radio & Industrial Electronics Catalogs on YouTube. Catalog pages are displayed in 1080p HD (high definition). To view text clearly, set your YouTube setting to display 1080p HD. To view the complete ALLIED RADIO & ELECTRONICS CATALOG ARCHIVE, go to: www.AlliedCatalogs.com To view the complete RADIO SHACK CATALOG ARCHIVE, go to: www.RadioShackCatalogs.com ** A BRIEF HISTORY OF ALLIED RADIO & ELECTRONICS CORPORATION ** In 1928, Allied Radio (now known as Allied Electronics) was started in Chicago, IL. In 1932, Allied was selling electronic parts by catalog. Storefront sales operations were established with the goal of selling to amateur radio operators and electronics experimenters. The company built a growing business in marketing radio parts and kits to home hobbyists, and was one of the first to sell electronics through a catalog. In addition, Allied opened storefront distribution outlets to reach more amateur ham radio operators and experimenters. During this time, Allied moved to 833 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL. From 1941-45, having survived the depression, Allied focused on the war effort, primarily servicing government contracts and high-priority industrial orders. During WWII, Allied devoted itself to the war effort by handling government contracts and high-priority industrial needs. This was Allied's first real experience in industrial electronics. After the war, Allied continued to sell to the consumer and industrial markets. From 1946-60, the electronics industry exploded as new developments in electronics were adopted on a widespread basis in commerce and industry. Innovations such as television, industrial automation, space technology and defense accelerated the need for electronics. Consumer demand also grew as radio sets and components not available during the war proliferated. Allied's main competitors were Radio Shack, Lafayette Radio, Olson Electronics, Newark Electronics, Burstein-Applebee Co., and local independent dealers (such as WinterRadio). Allied's primary house brands included "Allied", "Knight", and "Knight-Kit". In 1953, Allied Radio Corporation moves into its new, 2 million dollar building at 100 N. Western Ave, Chicago, IL. This "ultra-modern" facility was designed by experts to give their customers the best service in the industry. In 1961, Allied Radio Corporation established Allied Electronics Corporation as a wholly owned subsidiary to assume industrial sales of its small electronic components, relays, semi-conductors and the like which accounted for more than one-third of Allied's $40 million annual sales. In 1962, the first industrial catalog for Allied Electronics, a subsidiary of Allied Radio, was released. The company continued to serve both amateur and professional ham radio operators as one of the few places to locate that "hard to get" piece of radio equipment. In 1970, Allied moved its headquarters from Chicago, Illinois to Fort Worth, Texas because 1970 marked the year when Radio Shack's parent company, the Tandy Corporation (now Radio Shack Corporation) , purchased Allied Electronics and Allied Radio. In 1970, Tandy introduced combined catalogs of Allied Radio Shack stereo equipment, computers, phones, CB radios, scanners, speakers, antennas, P.A. systems, walkie-talkies, radios, electronic components, test equipment, electronic kits, & more. In 1972, the catalog is now a treasure trove for persons tracking down old components when trying to restore old professional and industrial equipment. Essex/Stancor, UTC, Switchcraft, Dialco, Arrow-Hart, Sprague, Fairchild, Robertshaw, Centralab, Belden, Sigma, Magnecraft, C. P. Clare, Amphenol, Shure, Electro-Voice, Sola, Simpson, Superior Electric, Hurst, RCA, Elmenco, ADC, H. H. Smith, are only some of the brand names represented. Interspersed with the major pro names were Micronta, Realistic, and other Radio Shack "consumer level" house brands. In 1973, due directly to federal court action, Tandy was ordered to divest itself of Allied Radio. In 1995, Allied is the first electronics distribution company to come out with a CD-ROM catalog and quickly followed-up by entering the e-commerce arena with the launch of a web site. Allied's main competitors were Radio Shack, Newark Electronics, Digi-Key, Jameco, and Mouser Electronics. Today, Allied Electronics is a small order, high service level distributor of electronic components and electromechanical products with over 50 sales offices across the United States and in Canada.
Views: 13 Allied Catalogs
Grainger's Mobile Website - Custom Product Catalog
 
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A brief video demonstration of how to access the mobile version of grainger.com on your smartphone and use your custom product catalog to find the products you need.
Views: 252 Grainger
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 review
 
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Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 is here and it's trying to erase the memory of what happened with the Note 7 last year. By all accounts, the Note 8 is one of the best phones you can get right now, but it's also one of the most expensive. Can it pick up the ball the Note 7 dropped?Subscribe: http://goo.gl/G5RXGs Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/lfcGfq Visit our playlists: http://goo.gl/94XbKx Like The Verge on Facebook: http://goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Instagram: http://goo.gl/7ZeLvX Read More: http://www.theverge.com
Views: 1647210 The Verge
Windows 10 Tablet Mode | Windows 10 How To
 
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Here's some of the features of the new Windows 10 tablet mode. === SOCIAL http://logiclounge.com http://plus.google.com/+LogicLounge http://twitter.com/logiclounge http://facebook.com/logiclounge
Views: 1122 LogicLounge
Mobile Device Support features for Content Template Catalog Version 4
 
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This video is an overview of the new Mobile Device Support features available with Content Template Catalog Version 4 for WebSphere Portal and IBM Web Content Manager version 8.0.0.1.
Views: 637 ADL4WCM
1999 RadioShack - You've Got Questions, We've Got Answers Catalog
 
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An archive of vintage Radio Shack Catalogs! All catalog pages are displayed in 1080p HD (high definition). To view text clearly, set your YouTube setting to display 1080p HD. Visit www.RadioShackCatalogs.com to view the complete RADIO SHACK CATALOG ARCHIVE, and see... ■ 1939-2002 RadioShack Full-Line Products Catalogs ■ 2003-2011 RadioShack Electronic Parts & Accessories Reference Guides ■ 1977-1992 Tandy Computer & Computer Related Catalogs (including the TRS-80 computer line) ■ 1950-2012 RadioShack Sale Catalogs/flyers (domestic & foreign) ■ 1970-2011 RadioShack TV commercials (videos) ■ 1925-2006 RadioShack Electronic Parts & Accessories Advertisements ■ Vintage Photos of Radio Shack Stores & Hi-Fidelity Show Rooms ■ Tandy Computer "Whiz Kids" Comic Books ■ RadioShack Historical Data ■ RadioShack Memorabilia Authorization to the use of RadioShack related content has been expressly granted to RadioShackCatalogs.com to maintain historical records of RadioShack Corporation. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This YouTube channel and www.RadioShackCatalogs.com are dedicated to America's technology store... RadioShack. Radio Shack has been in business since 1921 (over 90 years) as a leading national retailer of innovative technology products and services, including personal, mobile, home technology, and power supply products. For 65 of those years, they have produced outstanding electronics and technology catalogs with a wide range of products and services from leading national brands to exclusive private brands. These catalogs contained a mix of hi-fidelity stereos, amplifiers, radios, phonographs, speakers, TVs, CBs, communication equipment, desktop & laptop computers, electronic components, antennas, electronic test equipment, educational kits, electronic toys, gadgets, hand tools, batteries, and much more. Products from the RadioShack catalog were purchased by professionals, hobbyists, and everyday consumers.
Views: 110 RadioShack Catalogs
P.L.R ENTERTAINMENT - NUMARK NDX 800 THUMB DRIVE MODE
 
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IN THIS VIDEO IM ONLY USING A USB FLASH DRIVE FOR SOUND AND AS U CAN TELL ALL THE FEATURES LIKE SCRATCH,PITCH,HOT CUE POINTS, AND ALL THE REST STILL WORK GREAT!!!!!!
Views: 17173 KING BLVD
Rainbow Speaker!
 
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Rainbow Speaker (LT91122) This handy wireless speaker has a unique light function. The speaker part will lighten with rainbow colours and is provided with a mode to respond to the music playing. More information: https://www.toppoint.com/en/catalog/product/index/LT91122/10/rainbow-speaker
Views: 171 Toppoint
Roger Reynolds' Sanctuary - mode records promo HD
 
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http://www.moderecords.com/catalog/232_33_reynolds.html Roger Reynolds' Sanctuary for percussion ensemble is conceived to be both visually and sonically dramatic. Composed for a spatially distributed ensemble and live electronics, the work makes spectacular use of DVD's surround sound capabilities. Sanctuary is a malleable work intended to evolve with the experience of its creators (composer, performers, and technicians) and conceived so as to adapt to, and capitalize upon, the changing resources and contexts within which it is realized. Sanctuary continued to evolve as new performance spaces were encountered, new performers added their talents, new interpretations emerged, and new technologies were employed to realize and document performances.
Views: 404 Calit2ube
Forget about print catalogs. Download the CP ToolBox App
 
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Available on the Appstore and for Android The CP ToolBox app offers comprehensive tools and accessories information anytime, even in locations without an internet connection. Whether it is CP tool owners searching for manuals, end-users looking for the right tool for their job, or distributors in their daily business, they will all be able to browse the full Chicago Pneumatic product range and supporting documentation with just a few taps. More info on www.cp.com,
Views: 2506 Chicago Pneumatic
EasyLog USB 5 Data Logger Setup from Lascar Electronics
 
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Learn about Lascar's standalone data logger. This product can record events, state changes, and count events with the capabilities of accepting voltage, volt free contact, rising and falling triggers. Information on the data loggers can be found at http://www.lascarelectronics.com/temperaturedatalogger.php?location=uk&datalogger=394 Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnPPNTtodIDopvuiMXhKOGQ Download our Data Logger catalogue for free: http://www.lascarelectronics.com/pdf-usb-datalogging/data-logger0852761001443617044.pdf Add us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lascarelectronicsinc/?fref=ts Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/lascarlog In this video I will show you how to setup your EL-USB-5 data logger. To begin click “set up and start the USB data logger.” You are presented with a number of options. First, you can give each data logger a unique name- this will help you identify individual loggers quickly. Next, you can choose the mode of operation. The logger has four different modes of operation. These are: The Event Mode is for recording either the rising OR falling edges of an input signal but not both. The PC software refers to this as “Record events.”The maximum input rate is 4 events per second.For example this could be people passing through a gate. The logger will record every time the gate is opened. In this mode it will not record the time that the gate closes again. If you also want the time the gate closes you should consider using state mode instead. The State Mode is for recording both the rising AND falling edges of an input signal. The PC software refers to this as “Record state changes.” The maximum input rate is 4 state changes per second. For example this could be monitoring how long a pump or other equipment is switched on or off. The logger will record when the pump is switched on and for how long. The Count Mode is for recording the total number of rising OR falling events during a logging session. The PC software refers to this as “Count events.”For example this could be for counting how many times a switch has been pressed. The logged output will be a single value that represents the total number of switch presses. Using this mode will not tell you at what times the switch was pressed. If you want that information you should consider using either the event or state modes instead. The Count Per Mode is for recording the number of events occurring within a specified periodic time interval. This mode is activated by selecting “Count events” mode and then ticking the “Enable counts per time period” checkbox in the following setup screens. You will also need to enter the required time period. For example this could be used for counting how many cars go past a sensor in a specified time window. The output from the logger will be a histogram where each bar represents the count for that time interval. This would give you an idea about how busy a road is at different times of day if an hourly interval was used. Once this is complete click next. Next, you can select the types of input signal. How you set this page up will depend on your application. Finally, you can decide if you want the Flash red LED event on or off. The logger has a red LED that can be enabled or disabled. The requirement for this will depend on your application. Once this is complete click next. If you selected voltage triggering the following page lets you select the input range that suits the application. Note the trigger voltages are the respective levels that must be met for the logger to consider a voltage high or low. Once that is complete click next The following page is the count per mode setup. As I have mentioned earlier, tick the “Enable counts per time period” checkbox and select the required time period.Once this complete click next. Finally you can set up when you would like the data logger to start. You can start with an immediate start, or select delay the start of the data logger, which allows you to put a set time and date that you want the data logger to begin recording. We recommend using the logger in this mode to ensure that you do not record any erroneous events as the logger is disconnected from the USB port following setup. Once that is complete click Finish. Simply click okay to exit. Now you can take the data logger out of the USB port and place it in a desired location as it is ready to start taking data.
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Augmented Reality Door (Touch ray mode) - ViewAR
 
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This video shows how simple it can be to place a scaled door with just 3 touches. This approach uses the "TouchRay" mode of the ViewAR SDK.
iPad Prompter - the first Teleprompter for the iPad
 
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Shop Link: http://www.schnittpunkt.de/schnittshop/catalog/index.php?cPath=175&sort=2a&page=1 Behind the scene: Peter White from Bodelin shows Taz Goldstein (HandHeldHollywood) the first iPad Teleprompter. Peter explains how they worked to create the iPad ProPrompter and shows some features like the Synch mode. In this mode up to five iPads or iPhones can be running in synch. Alos then the iPhone is used to remote the iPads. Schnittpunkt, the European, Africa and Middle East distributor for ProPrompter is taking preorders right now.
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Smart Starts: Creating a program with the  TI-Npsire™ CX or CX CAS handheld
 
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To create a program and save it to the catalog, follow these steps: 1. From the home screen, choose the option to add a calculator screen (use the calculator icon, not the scratchpad) 2. To create the program, press [menu], then 9: Functions & Programs, then 1: Program Editor and then 1: New 3. Input the name of the program 4. Next to Library Access, choose LibPub (Show in Catalog) 5. Input the information that you want for the program 6. Once you have finished creating the program, press [menu], then 2: Check Syntax & Store, then 1: Check Syntax & Store and save To access a stored program from the program catalog, follow these steps: 1. From the home screen, choose the option to add a calculator screen for the document you are working on (use the calculator icon, not the scratchpad) 2. Press [Catalog], then [5], then select the program you had previously created and then [enter] Please visit the Knowledge base tutorial for more information at the link below: https://epsstore.ti.com/OA_HTML/csksxvm.jsp?nSetNumber=34192
Cabinet Code lock for lockers (2018)
 
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This cabinet lock video shows the various modes that the lock can be used in, namely - private and public modes. Private mode means that one fixed code as user code may be set on the lock. For example, if one sets “12345” as user code successfully, the lock will be only open by “12345” forever until it’s set to a new user code. Public type (Open type) mode: This means that the lock can be set to multiple user code mode. It will cancel the user code each time after the door is left open. A user can change different codes before closing the door Ideally used in gyms, spas, public lockers, hotels, offices
Views: 52 OJIsmartPro
D104 - Bédeu Bédo
 
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First release for duo D104, including 3 tracks influenced by 90’s electro, broken house and dub. Dope launching new PALQUEST Series catalog on the label PALMA, as a smoky adventure mode. Artist : D104 Track Title : Bédeu Bédo EP Title : Dope Label : PALMA Cat. Number : PALQST001 ----------------------------------------­----------------------------- Phonographe Corp has been promoting music for the past five years, first in Reims, then in Paris, through a website (http://www.phonographecorp.com), a DJ team (Phonographe Crew) and parties in France and abroad (Switzerland, Belgium, Italy). The crew members come from different places and different backgrounds, and the music they love has no boundaries but its quality. Visit our Website : http://www.phonographecorp.com/ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Phonographecorp Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/phonographecorp/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/PhonographeCorp
Views: 927 Phonographe Corp
API Technologies SMPS Ceramic Capacitors
 
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API Technologies’ line of MIL-PRF-49470 qualified and DSCC 87106 certified Switch Mode Power Supply capacitors are designed to provide superior performance in high frequency switching applications. These capacitors are ideal for high energy density products found in both military and commercial markets. Learn more at http://eis.apitech.com/switch-mode-power-supply-ceramic-capacitors.asp
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Samsung 6.2 kg Fully Automatic Top Loading Washing Machine [WA62H3H5QRP] DEMO | Ur IndianConsumer
 
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Pepperi for Fashion - mobile sales suite optimized for the fashion and apparel industry
 
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The fashion industry mandates that brands and wholesalers sell pre-season, during-season and post-season. This means that fashion sales ordering must be flexible and customizable, with multiple catalogs, line sheets, multiple product sizing options and price levels, support prepacks, order sets and more. With multiple dimensions, different delivery dates, and different product families all on the same order, grouping your order in a meaningful way is a must. These capabilities, among others, have made Pepperi the indispensable order taking solution for brands and wholesalers clothing, fashion accessories and footwear, worldwide.
Views: 1060 Pepperi
Utopia (Mattel, 1981) en mode solo
 
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Séquence en solo du jeu Utopia créé par Don Daglow chez Mattel pour la Intellivision en 1981. Jeu de stratégie/gestion en temps réel.
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Classic Chevy Parts FAQ 6: Do you have a catalog so that I can order parts?
 
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Do you have a catalog so that I can order parts? http://www.southeastchevyparts.com This is probably one of our most popular questions we get. It really is a compliment that people want a catalog from us so that they can continue to buy quality classic Chevy parts. The unfortunate thing, is that we do not have a printed catalog of all our parts. I know, you're probably saying to yourself “What are these guys thinking? I want to make ordering from them easier but they refuse to get with the program!” I know, a catalog would be nice, but here is our rationale as to why we have replaced the printed catalog with our on-line store: ONE: Since we specialize in original used Chevy parts, our inventory is constantly changing both in availability and condition, which ultimately affects the price Listing a ton of used parts in a catalog is like a meteorologist predicting next weeks forecast, except the weather man can be wrong 70% of the time and we still go back to him. That doesn't seem right You see, many of these parts are not reproduced making them extremely rare. By the time we print a catalog, chances are, the parts in the catalog have already been sold. And even if we had more in stock, the range of their condition changes which means the price also changes. Imagine a catalog with a picture that reads, “This is what your part may look like and it will cost somewhere between A and Z.” Not that impressive. The alternative that we have come up with is to list our parts online or have people call us at the shop. This allows us to provide up-to-date product availability, condition, and pricing. TWO: The second reason is that since printed catalogs are not cheap and in light of the complications previously mentioned, the return on investment is not worth it. Instead of spending the time on printing a catalog we are investing our time in listing our classic Chevy parts online. The online store allows us to make instantaneous adjustments practically for free. This keeps our costs down which means cheaper prices for you. So, although we do not have a catalog, we have the next best things: An ever-growing online store and a team of original parts experts. Go ahead search our inventory by typing in the search field in the upper right hand corner of our site. If you still can't find your part? Email us at [email protected] or call our shop today at (407) 886-1963 to speak with one of our original Chevy parts experts and let us help you get your classic Chevy dream car on the road. ========================================­=== **For more information Call: 407.886.1963 Email: [email protected] Visit: http://www.SoutheastChevyParts.com ========================================­=== **Click Below to SUBSCRIBE for More Videos: (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTZGQzii1yGyb3cmUsg6VnQ)
LG AKB72914018 Remote Control - www.ReplacementRemotes.com
 
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Click here to buy this remote from our secured and trusted website: http://www.replacementremotes.com/LG/Buy-AKB72914018-LED-TV-Remote-Control.html Product description Model: AKB72914018 Part Number: AKB72914018 UPC: LG ELECTRONICS Catalogue No.: 65766 This remote control controls units: LED TV Battery Required: 2 AAA Originally supplied with models: 47LX6500, 47LX9500, 55LX6500, 55LX6500UB, 55LX9500 Compatible with models: 19LD350, 19LD350C, 19LE5300, 22LD350, 22LD350C, 22LE5300, 22LE5500, 26LD320H, 26LD340H, 26LD350, 26LE5300, 26LE5500, 32LD310H, 32LD320, 32LD320H, 32LD325H, 32LD330H, 32LD333H, 32LD340H, 32LD345H, 32LD350, 32LD420, 32LD450, 32LD520, 32LD550, 32LD550UB, 32LE5300, 32LE5400, 37LD310H, 37LD320H, 37LD325H, 37LD330H, 37LD333H, 37LD340H, 37LD350, 37LD450, 37LD450C, 37LE5300, 42LD320H, 42LD340H, 42LD420, 42LD450, 42LD450C, 42LD450-UA, 42LD520, 42LD550, 42LD550UB, 42LD630, 42LE5300, 42LE530C, 42LE5350, 42LE5400, 42LE5500, 42LE7300, 42LE7500, 42LX6500, 46LD550, 46LD550UB, 47LD420, 47LD450, 47LD450C, 47LD520, 47LD630, 47LD650, 47LD650UA, 47LE5300, 47LE530C, 47LE5350, 47LE5400, 47LE5500, 47LE7300, 47LE7500, 47LE8500, 47LX6500, 50PK750, 52LD550, 52LD550UB, 55LD520, 55LD520C, 55LD630, 55LD650, 55LD650UA, 55LE5300, 55LE530C, 55LE5400, 55LE5500, 55LE7300, 55LE7500, 55LE8500, 55LX6500, 60LD550, 60PK750
Paramount WorkPlace 2018 Mobile App
 
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Take your procurement process mobile with Paramount WorkPlace, available for iOS and Android, the 2018 mobile app delivers secure, seamless access to Catalog Shopping, Requisition Submittal, One Touch Approval, and More! Experience what you can achieve.
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1996 RadioShack - You've Got Questions, We've Got Answers Catalog
 
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An archive of vintage Radio Shack Catalogs! All catalog pages are displayed in 1080p HD (high definition). To view text clearly, set your YouTube setting to display 1080p HD. Visit www.RadioShackCatalogs.com to view the complete RADIO SHACK CATALOG ARCHIVE, and see... ■ 1939-2002 RadioShack Full-Line Products Catalogs ■ 2003-2011 RadioShack Electronic Parts & Accessories Reference Guides ■ 1977-1992 Tandy Computer & Computer Related Catalogs (including the TRS-80 computer line) ■ 1950-2012 RadioShack Sale Catalogs/flyers (domestic & foreign) ■ 1970-2011 RadioShack TV commercials (videos) ■ 1925-2006 RadioShack Electronic Parts & Accessories Advertisements ■ Vintage Photos of Radio Shack Stores & Hi-Fidelity Show Rooms ■ Tandy Computer "Whiz Kids" Comic Books ■ RadioShack Historical Data ■ RadioShack Memorabilia Authorization to the use of RadioShack related content has been expressly granted to RadioShackCatalogs.com to maintain historical records of RadioShack Corporation. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ** A BRIEF HISTORY OF RADIO SHACK CORPORATION ** In 1919, in Fort Worth, Texas, with a chance meeting of two friends, Norton Hinckley and Dave L. Tandy (1889-1966). During their visit, these ambitious young fellows decided to pool their resources and go into business together. Two years later (1921) and half a continent away, two London-born Bostonian brothers, Theodore and Milton Deutschmann, opened a one-store retail and mail-order operation in the heart of downtown Boston. These young immigrant brothers wanted to provide amateur and ham radio equipment to the public; much of it was leftover Army gear. To pursue their interests, the brothers opened a retail store (a block from the site of the Boston Massacre). William Halligan, one of Deutschmann's first employees and later the founder of Hallicrafters, suggested the name, “Radio Shack”. They chose the name, "Radio Shack," which was a term for the room that housed a ship's radio equipment. Beginning in 1921, Radio Shack would grow to a handful of stores clustered in the Northeast, and become a leading electronics mail-order distributor to hobbyists. This is how it would remain until the company and a young Texan named Charles Tandy crossed paths four decades later. Meanwhile, the Hinckley-Tandy Leather Company grew modestly through the years. Although the company survived the Great Depression, it was nearly crippled when World War II began in 1941. Mr. Tandy's oldest son, Charles D. Tandy (1918-1978), while serving in the Navy during the war, observed how leathercraft was used as a therapeutic tool for patients in military hospitals and by servicemen in recreation and rehabilitation centers. He told his father that leathercraft was the way to steer the company during the war years – and to prepare for what he believed would be a healthy, new, post-war hobby market. In 1938, Radio Shack issued its first catalog when it entered the high-fidelity music equipment market. In 1947, it opened the nation's first audio showroom; providing amplifiers, speakers, turntables, phonograph cartridges, and the like. In 1954, Radio Shack began to sell their private-label products under the brand name Realistic®. By the 1960s, Radio Shack had expanded to become a leading distributor of electronic parts and products around the world. In 1963, Charles Tandy, bought the company for the equivalent of $300,000 cash. The '70s proved to be a decade of incredible growth for Radio Shack. The incredibly popular citizen-band (CB) radios, were one of its top selling items. Following the highly successful citizen-band (CB) radios in 1977, Radio Shack introduced the first mass-produced personal computer: the TRS-80® microcomputer - Only $599.95. This computer was the creation of a 24-year-old engineer named Steve Leininger. In contrast to build-it-yourself units available at the time, the TRS-80 was fully wired and tested. Although a primitive machine by today's standards, it was a technological and price breakthrough, and overwhelming customer demand caused a production backlog that lasted for months. Over 200,000 TRS-80 Model I computers were sold from 1977 to 1981. The '80s continued to make Radio Shack the "biggest name in little computers". Radio Shack offered the first affordably priced stereo receiver with digital technology, the first mobile/portable cellular telephone and the first high-performance satellite TV system that could be installed by the do-it-yourselfer. The '90s brought an explosion in personal communications. The company invented the Family Radio Service (FRS), which uses license-free 2-way personal radios. RadioShack sold more wireless phones than any other retailer. ...to read more about the history of RadioShack Corporation, visit www.RadioShackCatalogs.com
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Google Lens new features hands-on
 
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Google Lens, the company’s AI and AR platform for understanding the world and parsing language, is going to be everywhere soon. It now lives in the native camera of Pixel devices and other Android handsets from LG, Xiaomi, and others. It’s also getting much smarter: it’s now able to do real-time object recognition and parse text from real-world objects like books and dinner menus. Subscribe: https://goo.gl/G5RXGs Check out our full video catalog: https://goo.gl/lfcGfq Visit our playlists: https://goo.gl/94XbKx Like The Verge on Facebook: https://goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Twitter: https://goo.gl/XTWX61 Follow on Instagram: https://goo.gl/7ZeLvX Read More: http://www.theverge.com
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EasyLog USB 5 Data Logger Download Data from Lascar Electronics
 
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Learn about Lascar's standalone data logger. This product can record events, state changes, and count events with the capabilities of accepting voltage, volt free contact, rising and falling triggers. Information on the data loggers can be found at http://www.lascarelectronics.com/temperaturedatalogger.php?location=uk&datalogger=394 Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnPPNTtodIDopvuiMXhKOGQ Download our Data Logger catalogue for free: http://www.lascarelectronics.com/pdf-usb-datalogging/data-logger0852761001443617044.pdf Add us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lascarelectronicsinc/?fref=ts Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/lascarlog In this video I will be showing you a variety of graphs from the EL-USB-5 data logger to give you an example of what the graph looks like with each mode of operation. In this graph you have the Event Mode. In this example there are 3 switch presses. The recorded data shows you the time each switch press recorded. When the switch was pressed it recorded a single line response but it did not record when the switch was no longer being pressed. Also note the duration of the press is NOT recorded. In the Data View Mode you can see the Reading date and time of each recorded switch press. A zero event is shown as this was a normally closed switch and the logger was configured with “falling edge” type. In this graph you have the State Mode. In this example there are 3 switch presses, 4 seconds each. The recorded data shows you each time the switch was pressed and released. Note the duration of the press is IS recorded. In the Data View Mode you can see the Reading date and time of each recorded switch press. Under the Event section, the number 0 indicates a switch press and the number 1 indicates a USB disconnect. In this graph you have Count Mode. In this example there are 28 switch presses. The recorded count events shows you the amount of pushes with in a time frame. Note it does not give you the time of each press. In the Data View Mode you can see the Reading date and time of each recorded press. In this graph you have the Count Per Mode. In this example there are 5 seconds intervals recording lengths at 50 seconds with a total of 37 switch presses. The graph shows you how many switch presses in each recorded interval. In the Data View Mode you can see the reading date, time and number of events within the time. Note you do not get individual events but totals within each time period.

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