HP Latex Inks are pigmented, water-based inks designed for commercial and industrial printing applications. Used in the HP Designjet L25500 and L65500 Printers, they are ideal for wide and super-wide applications, including event banners, transit signage, and other outdoor applications as well as high-quality indoor signage. HP Latex Inks produce vivid, durable prints and are compatible with most low-cost, eco-solvent/low-solvent compatible media in addition to a variety of uncoated media.
HP Latex Inks use HP’s innovative aqueous-dispersed polymer (“Latex”) technology to provide print durability and display permanence comparable to eco-solvent inks and low-solvent inks and their water-based formulation reduces the impact of printing on the environment and enables an improved printing environment.
From durable outdoor signage to odorless indoor displays, HP Latex Inks provide broad media versatility across both coated and uncoated media while enabling high-speed, high-productivity printing. And the HP large-format media portfolio developed and tested with HP Latex Inks includes seven (7) recyclable substrates and five (5) that are covered by the HP Large-format Media take-back program.
The GA113 has been designed to surpass the requirements of the new international Class 1 sound level meter standard IEC 61672-1:2002. It may be used in industry or for general purpose measurement to ascertain noise levels accurately yet economically.
This section is designed to enable you to get the best measurement results out of your instrument.
- Always check the battery status of the instrument before use.
- Always calibrate the instrument prior to carrying out any
- Always CLEAR any previous data recorded prior to taking new readings and after calibrating.
- The instrument can be set-up in advance to the required frequency and time weightings/ criterion and exchange rates for the measurements that you are wanting to carry out.
Installing/Replacing Speaker Batteries
FOR PORTABLE LISTENING
- Open the battery compartment covers located on the left and right inside the unit.
- Insert 4 “AA” batteries (2 in each compartment), checking the + and – ends of the batteries match the drawings inside the battery compartments. We recommend the use of alkaline batteries for longer life. Different types of batteries or new and used batteries are not to be mixed.
- Close the compartment cover.
NOTE: Unit will not charge iPod while operating on battery power
- Do not mix old and new batteries.
- Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable batteries.
- Make sure you dispose of batteries properly (see your local regulations).
This guide provides you with an overview of how to access and use the Secured Sourcing module. If you have any additional questions simply give us a call (0870 241 5465), visit our website www.trigold.co.uk/securedsourcing) or attend one of our free online training sessions.
Accessing Secured Sourcing
Click the Secured Loans icon from the top of the Client Screen in Prospector AAA.
The Secured Sourcing Main Screen
There are two routes you can take to obtain a secured loan for a client:
Quick Quote/Source and Refer to a Master Broker to give clients detailed information about loan products, including monthly payments and full product illustrations.
Refer Directly to Master Brokers for them to select the most appropriate
product. Just click the Apply button to the right of the Master Broker’s
logo to send the customer requirements electronically.
Fluency has a number of sourcing tools based on the information and time you have.
Simple Loan Finder
With the minimal details fluency can produce a list of secured loan products that match your criteria. Most issues regarding secured loans relate to the LTV and employment type. This tool asks these key questions in order to produce a quality sourced result.
Income Based Loan Finder
This includes the questions asked above, however it also includes questions regarding the clients income. This tool asks for all applicants’ income, including benefits, Child Allowance, bonuses to name a few. Using the Lenders criteria for usable income, Fluency sources for the best available product.
Adverse Based Loan Finder
The adverse based tool asks the questions above, however it also includes questions regarding the client’s adverse credit. This includes CCJ’s/Defaults on all credit. Each lender has their own criteria regarding what qualifies as an adverse point; Fluency works this out and produces a list of secured loan products to match.
The purpose of this document is to provide the policies and technical requirements that a Windows Phone 7 application or game must meet to pass certification and to be eligible for listing in Windows Phone Marketplace.
1.0 Program Overview
A core principle that is applied in designing the certification process is that each individual policy or requirement is clear, objective, and testable. This transparency is designed to help developers easily design and test applications to meet these requirements.
The following list shows the pillars of the certification program:
- Applications are reliable.
- Applications make efficient use of resources.
- Applications do not interfere with the phone functionality.
- Applications are free of malicious software.
2.0 Application Policies
To protect the Windows Phone Marketplace service and users of the service, and to address mobile operator requirements, Microsoft has established the following policies for applications offered for distribution in the Windows Phone Marketplace. Microsoft reserves the right to update these policies as needed.