I have a Hertz pressure sensor on my compressor and manual PSI guage, I want to be able to use that sensor to display PSI on a remote mounted LCD display.
I will need a wireless Hertz receiver and then convert it to digital for the LCD. Any ideas on where to start ?
I like to buy a good condition meaning no scratches on it definitely not on screen. I also looking for a good quality screen meaning not much black light bleeding, overclocks at 120 hertz + more would be great and doesn't make noise.
I'm a complete nub at what all the giga hertz and gb ram and all that jazz. If someone would be kind enough to help me by explaining what giga hertz on my processor means. I have a good enough Graphics Card (GTX 560 Ti) but i need ram and a processor to meet the needs of Battlefield 4.
I'm a newbie into the unix and linux world. I'd like to know very clear about the things I'm learning and their background. But I find there's complex relationship between the followings: unix, BSD, Mac OS X, linux and GNU?
In many ways the evolution of a vendor-VAR relationship mirrors the evolution of a long-term personal relationship. And like any committed relationship, each phase has its own characteristics and challenges.
Are your vendors treating your relationship with the amount of respect and commitment it deserves?
There was an GMA Health Alert on ABC News this AM. It seems that a Lone Star Tick bite injects a sugar compound into the human body which causes antibodies against this sugar to be developed. Unfortunately red meat (beef, pork, and lamb) also contains this compound.
I work on escalators that use ethernet cables to send signals from "nodes" to a PLC. the only tool available is a Fluke multimeter. is there a way of reading these signal using the meter? or do I need different tools/meters? is the signal a voltage signal or a hertz signal or some other signal?