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The information in this document was created from the devices in a specific lab environment. All of the devices used in this document started with a cleared (default) configuration. If your network is live, make sure that you understand the potential impact of any command.
The steps outlined in this document involve the collection of Show Support Detail (SSD) that collects chassis information; verification of HD-Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) status; removal the card Hard Drive (HD) from the Chassis HD RAID; and replacement of the new FSC in the appropriate slot. A chassis operational health check is recommended after successful FSC replacement.
The ASR5500 operates with each FSC treated as one disk subsystem in a RAID 5 configuration, which is where the disk subsystem operates in a N+1 mode and can handle one FSC failure. In a faulure scenario, the capacity would be the same when in the degraded state. However, there is no disk redundancy available until the failed FSC is replaced and the RAID is restored. If there is a double fault scenario and two FSC cards fail before the RAID is restored, then the RAID will be in a failed state and all data will be lost.
This procedure should not impact traffic; however, as a best practice, it is highly recommended that these activities be performed during a maintenance window. A maintenance window of at least one hour is recommended in order to perform and verify the activities outlined in this document.
FSC-BT1026D is a Bluetooth 5.1 Dual-Mode Audio Module which adopts QCC3034 chipset. As a Bluetooth audio module, it supports A2DP,AVRCP,HFP,HSP,SPP,GATT,HOGP,PBAP profiles. Designed for high-end audio applications, it supports apt-X, apt-X HD, apt-X Low Latency, SBC and AAC.
The 27-exposure Kodak FunSaver 35mm camera offers exceptional value and convenience. With a built-in flash, the Kodak FunSaver 35mm one-time-use camera takes pictures indoors or outdoors, day or night. Kodak MAX film is built right into the camera, so the FunSaver requires no loading. You'll never accidentally expose your roll--just leave the whole camera at the photo lab. Also, for the environmentally conscious, Kodak and photo processing labs have initiated efforts to recycle the FunSaver camera. The recycling rate for these cameras is now more than 70 percent in the United States and about 60 percent worldwide.
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FSCamDSBridge is a file that must be installed on your computer to use Freedom Scientific document cameras and video magnifiers with third-party Windows video applications. It is a background service that allows the software to recognize your camera or magnifier. For example, after you install the file, you can select and use PEARL as your document camera with the KNFB Reader for Windows 10 app. When running Fusion or ZoomText software, you can select PEARL and use it to magnify books, magazines, and other documents. And with Fusion's OCR feature, you can use PEARL as your OCR camera.
The two self-adhesive components are quickly and easily fitted as a free-floating sub-floor, instantly smoothing over typical irregularities and performing an excellent resistance against dynamic and static loads.Because of its outstanding stability, Jumpax HD is also suitable for gluing down a large variety of other types of finished floor coverings, including wood.The acoustic properties are tested in combination with vinyl and linoleum. According ISO-10140-3:2010 it performs an impact sound reduction of 22 dB Lw !
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Composite panels are both mechanically and adhesively fixed. The insulation is adhered to the substrate with A1 rated Soltherm adhesive. This adhesive prevents the movement of fire and toxic gases behind the system.
For more demanding applications when DC is necessary, we offer The Eagle-2000-DC-HD model. It showcases all the features in the standard 2000-DC model but comes equipped with a 3/4 horse power heavy duty 24 volt DC motor. It is built for gates up to 55 feet or 2400 pounds.
The FSC was produced in "long" and "short" versions, the long version containing more detailed information about the processing history of each source. The "short" FSC, available here, is in FITS table format with the information about associations of FSC sources with sources in other astronomical catalogs in a separate file.
The catalog consists of the following:Two files - one for the non-association data (FSC_DATA) and one for the association data (FSC_ASSOC).
There are two headers, each with 80-byte records, within each file.
The first header in each file identifies that it is written in FITS format.
The second header constitutes the FITS keyword file giving the format information for the rest of the file.
The data part (i.e., non-header part) of FSC_DATA has 240-byte records.
The data part of FSC_ASSOC has 64-byte records.
Specifically, the formats of the files are as follows:FILE 1: Block 1 - short header file
Blocks 2-10 - FSC_DATA header
Blocks 11-END - FSC_DATA
FILE 2: Block 1 - short header file
Blocks 2-4 - FSC_ASSOC header
Blocks 5-END - FSC_ASSOC
Table V.C.2 of the Explanatory Supplement to the IRAS Faint Source Survey gives a sample of the header for the non-association data and Table V.C.3 gives a sample of the header for the association data. Tables 1 (FSC data) and 2 (association data) describe each entry in the short catalog file. All of this information is contained in the actual FITS headers, but is presented here in an easier-to-read format. Those columns that are also included in the microfiche version are marked. Each catalog entry requires 240 bytes of ASCII data for the non-association data and NID x 64 bytes of ASCII data for the association data. In these tables the column "Format" refers to the length and type of the (FORTRAN) character field used to read or write each entry.
In general, for quantities that have a value in each wavelength band, subscripts or array indices range from 1 to 4 and refer, respectively, to 12, 25, 60 and 100 microns. A number of the flags discussed below have values in each of the four wavelength bands. For compactness these are encoded into a single base-16 (Hex) digit (values 0-F) in the following manner. The four bits of the hex digit correspond to the four wavelength bands with bit 0 (Least Significant Bit) for 12 microns, bit 1 for 25 microns, bit 2 for 60 microns and bit 3 for 100 microns. The presence of a flag in a band is denoted by setting its bit to 1. Thus a flag set at 12 and 25 microns would have a value of 0011=3(Hex) while a flag set at 25, 60 and 100 microns would have a value of 1110=E (Hex). A flag encoded in this manner will be referred to as "hex-encoded by band". 041b061a72