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Cardiac pacing A parameter of a pacemaker that is programmed permanently when manufactured
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Lobby and concourses have scheduled lighting presets to vary light levels during the course of the day and night and for event use.
With the Blackmagic card, I had to set inputs and other preferences in the Blackmagic Control Panel and then set them again in the Kulabyte Preset Maker.
Receives a range of DAB stations with eight presets, as well as analogue stations.
People will click on the spiritual preset,'' said Halvorson, ``and be directed to three of our radio stations, a (separate) teen-age-oriented format with Christian lyrics, a talk radio selection and another station that plays solely Christian music,'' which, says Halvorson, is the fastest-growing music segment in the United States.
In determining the value of the taxpayer's computer, the assessor relied on a uniform five-year preset depreciation schedule that depreciated assets slightly more rapidly than on a straight-line basis.
This company-wide optimization is available immediately via Sorenson Media's Preset Exchange, at no additional charge to all Sorenson Media customers.
Moreover, users now have the capability to include custom sign presets.
More seriously, despite recognizing an input file as 16:9 resolution, the Wizard applied a 4:3 preset, though you could override this manually.
Goal mode is a preset routine of short drills in which progress is recorded.
The control system is fully automatic, with operator control parameters such as variable rotor speed profiles, preset temperature setpoints, preset energy setpoints, programmable temperature (mixer body and rotors), floating weight action, floating weight cycle and frequency of data collection/logging.
Why you should care: The PreSet 3D CNC uses a flexible array of program macros to handle unusual parts applications or orientations quickly.