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PLUG BUTTON .5ID METAL National Microchip Not Provided Not Provided Not Provided
2BP2 Altech Corp. Altech Corporation Push Buttons Blanking Plug, 22 mm
NPT1/2 Altech Corp. Altech Corporation Push Buttons NPT1/2 Plug,
M20 Altech Corp. Altech Corporation Push Buttons M20 Plug,
DM183027 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The PICDEM Inductive Touch Development Kit is an evaluation and development platform for Microchip ’s Inductive Touch technology. Factory programmed firmware provides immediate access to all the board ’s features through the use of the MPLAB mTouch plug-in. Using a PICkit Serial...
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  • Computer Power User Article - Mirra Personal Server
    for you. Installing the Personal Server is blissfully simple. On the hardware side, you plug in the unit, connect it to your Ethernet hub (there's no Wi-Fi option), and press the On button. If you use DHCP, that's all there is to it. Yes, it's a PC, but it
  • Computer Power User Article - Up To Speed
    The update for the alternative browser improves tab handling, page zooming, pop-up blocking, and use of the middle mouse button. The P2P file downloader gets a new, more customizable interface, adjustable upload rates, enhanced performance, and better handling of restarts. To plug
  • LoadVUE/LoadVUE Lite User Guide
    . If you are using LoadVUE with iLoad Digital USB load cells directly plugged into your PC, please plug in your load cells now and install the drivers following the instructions in the section Driver Installation and Operation of iLoad Digital USB Load cells.
  • USB-LS-450 Temperature Recalibration
    and plug the USB cable into the PC. 2. Start the USB Programmer Utility (downloadable from http://www.oceanoptics.com/Technical/softwaredownloads.asp ). 3. Click USB-LS450 on the left side of the window, and then press Calibrate. The Calibrate USB-LS450 window appears. 4. Ensure Temperature is selected
  • Smart Computing Article - Your PC Won't Start
    are functioning. If not, the surge protector might be to blame. Another likely culprit is a faulty wall outlet. Plug your computer directly into the outlet, sans surge protector. Ensure that the GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter) hasn t been tripped. If your PC still won t turn on, plug something
  • Smart Computing Article - Motherboards
    sure the BIOS is compatible with different add-ons and chips in the future. When you press the system power button, the BIOS runs the power-on self test (POST) for the PC. If there are any plug-and-play devices installed, the BIOS now points them to their resources. At this point, too, you'll see
  • Smart Computing Article - How To Install . . . Joysticks
    How To Install . . . Joysticks October 1999 Vol.7 Issue 10 Add To My Personal Library How To Install . . . Joysticks Joysticks aren't what they used to be. In the days of yore you could plug one into an Atari 2600 system and play a simple, two-dimensional game, using the unit's single button
  • Reprogramming a USB Device
    1. Download and install the USB EEPROM Programmer utility from our web site at http://www.OceanOptics.com/Technical/SoftwareDownloads.asp. This utility installs the latest version of the microcode for all Ocean Optics devices. 2. Plug in the USB device to the PC. 3. Run the USB Programmer

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