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The side-entry-type units feature one servo axis and two pneumatically driven axes and have adjustable strokes to accommodate varying mold heights and part thicknesses.
The AXIS 207 provides the highest quality video of any network camera designed specifically for entry-level users," said Fredrik Nilsson, general manager of Axis Communications.
Axis and his father are both in love with her--she feels unworthy of the attention.
Click Next twice, and then in step 2 make additional adjustments: Add a Chart Title (Title tab), dump the Category (x) axis (Axes tab), delete the legend (Legend tab) and specify Show value (Data Labels tab).
Such observations have shown that the sun's rotation axis and its magnetic axis coincide, both in the photosphere and above it, Akasofu and Saito note.
G" ranges for vertical axis tables in successful applications have been observed at fractional "G" to about 4, but this can only be determined by the complexity of each casting.
The expansion of the existing video encoder portfolio with an additional five new video encoders, ranging from four to 16 channels, delivers all the benefits that customers expect from Axis products.
This will be the first time security professionals can take the Axis Network Video Exam and become certified at a public event.
RA-a units have a servo-drive main arm axis, and RAII-a units include a servo-drive compound main arm axis used to extract parts off the mold and lift them from the platen area for high speed and to conserve overhead clearance.
The Axis DDH ballast incorporates a patented dipswitch that allows fixed-level dimming in 10% increments from 100% of output to 40% output, with a corresponding reduction in electrical energy.
The AXIS 243Q blade video server delivers 30 frames a second of video per channel, at 4CIF, in MPEG-4 or Motion JPEG compression.