New Canare Micro BNC Connectors Target Field, Studio Production

TOTOWA, N.J—Canare has launched three new Micro BNC Connectors targeting smaller racks and the subsequent need for increased connections within the broadcast industry. Among the new connectors is the HBCP-D25HD, for use with Canare’s L-2.5CHD cable. It features a solid center conductor and is used for 3GSDI to SD transmissions. Its ideally suited to withstand the rigors of field production work, where it might be more harshly treated by camera operators, techs and directors alike, the company said. Canare’s new HBCP-D25HW connector is intended for the company’s L-2.5CHWS cable, which has a stranded center conductor. Its small form factor makes it ideal for studio applications where it can be easily concealed. The HBCP-D33UHD connector is compatible with its L-3.3CUHD 12G-SDI cable, which is part of the company’s original 12GHz lineup. This cable features a solid center conductor, with a copper foil and copper braided shield. It is well-suited for both studio and rack-mount purposes and provides up to 12 meters of full HD signal, Canare said. “Our Micro BNC connectors are perfect for point-to-point connections in compact rack units in studio or in mobile applications,” says Shad...

For those of you with a pint-sized family member at home, you may have heard of the latest

For those of you with a pint-sized family member at home, you may have heard of the latest baby toy trend — sensory bags. Children (and adults, for that matter) learn best when they engage the senses. This is why the smell of a campfire will bring you back to a summer memory, or we’re able to enact all the dance moves from “Thriller” when the Michael Jackson hit song comes on the radio. And this concept starts when we are just little babies. By exposing our little ones to different textures, colors, or sounds, we are also helping them develop their cognitive skills. Which is why sensory bags are the greatest thing to hit the baby circuit: they’re super easy to make and provide hours of mess-free play. Use a goo-like substance instead of gel for a different smushy feel your baby will love. (via Hellobee) The answer is staring you right in the face — make this googly eye DIY. (via Clare’s Little Tots) Teach your little one about nature with this sensory bag filled with little flowers and leaves. (via Hand On as We Grow) From buttons to beads to rice to pennies, fill these bean bags with all different types of objects to help your child learn. (via Lines Across) We can only imagin...

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When you buy something using the retail links in our stories, we may earn a small commission. Outside does not accept money for editorial gear reviews. Read more about our policy. The Ridge wallet has an exterior cash clip and expandable aluminum plates that can hold up to 12 cards. The wallet keeps them all safe from hackers, thanks to their RFID-blocking lining. It’s superlight at just two ounces, so you won’t feel like you’re carrying a brick in your pocket. You can keep all of your sensitive goods in one spot with this organizer, designed to hold multiple passports, six credit cards, a notebook, and a pen. There’s even a zippered change purse for heavy foreign currency. Pacsafe is one of the best-known (and trusted) brands in travel-safety gear, so you know this organizer, which is lined with RFID-blocking material, will keep the thieves out. The Sojourn is the one-trick pony of women’s travel bags, with straps that convert it to a backpack, cross-body bag, or tote. It’s made from tough polyester in a herringbone pattern and has anti-theft details like an RFID-protected pocket and a metal locking loop that lets you secure the bag to a table or other stationary objects. Ther...

Automotive Body Stampings Market 2019 Industry Size by Global Major Companies Profile, Competitive Landscape and Key Regions 2024 | Market Reports World

Global Automotive Body Stampings  Market 2019 Industry Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Global Automotive Body Stampings  industry.Stamping (also known as pressing) is the process of placing flat sheet metal in either blank or coil form into a stamping press where a tool and die surface forms the metal into a net shape. Stamping includes a variety of sheet-metal forming manufacturing processes, such as punching using a machine press or stamping press, blanking, embossing, bending, flanging, and coining. This could be a single stage operation where every stroke of the press produces the desired form on the sheet metal part, or could occur through a series of stages. The process is usually carried out on sheet metal, but can also be used on other materials, such as polystyrene.The stamping process plays a major role in determining the efficiency of automotive body part production. Get Sample Copy of this Report – https://www.marketreportsworld.com/enquiry/request-sample/13117527  The Global Automotive Body Stampings  market 2019 research provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications an...

Smart Refrigerant Selection for Ice Rinks | 2019-01-07

The global refrigeration industry is in the midst of a regulatory-driven transition toward a new generation of environmentally sustainable refrigerant solutions. This shift has major impacts on all private and community ice rinks, both large and small, operating in North America. For rink operators and owners, this study details key factors impacting the selection of refrigerants and refrigeration systems in today’s changing environment.  An estimated three quarters of currently operating National Hockey League (NHL) ice arenas were built in the mid-1990s. In addition to these larger arenas, there are thousands more private, community, and locally owned rinks across North America. Many of these rinks are much older and are nearing, if not well past, the expected usable lifetime of the refrigeration systems that enable ice making. To keep these facilities up and running, now is the time to plan for the future of your rink, including considering if, when, and how to retrofit, upgrade, and/or replace your ice-making chiller. Even for rinks constructed more recently, many of the refrigerants currently used in chillers face an uncertain future with increased safety and environmental ...

Fixing a 10-year-old Yamaha YSP-1000 Sound Projector with Power Problem

10 years ago I got a Yamaha YSP-1000 Sound projector for my stealth home theater setup in the living room. Back then this device was a technology marvel featuring a 42 speaker setup to create impressive surround sound. A while ago the YSP-1000 would not power on anymore. It was just plain dead. As I did not use it that much anymore, I did not want to get a replacement. Then I thought, why not check on Google if there is a fix for the Yamaha YSP-1000 power problem. Turns out the problem is very common. It is surprising that my YSP-1000 was working for 10 years. In the avforum discussion board a owner shared the fix a Yamaha repair shop identified. A capacitor on the main power-board failed. The capacitor is marked with C515 and is easy to spot on the mainboard. This is of course, after you take apart the YSP-1000. After removing a couple dozen screws that is done. Yamaha really made that device very solid. I got from a replacement capacitor with 0,022µF 1600V for less than a Dollar at the popular German electronics retailer Conrad. The replacement capacitor is much bigger in size then the original one, so I had to solder some wires on it to fit it back on the board. I very rarely...