China HDMI V1.4 Splitter 1×2 2 Port 4K*2K HDMI Splitter Support Full HD 3D Metal House W/Power adapter on Global Sources

We use cookies to give you the best possible experience on our website. For more details including how to change your cookie settings, please read our Cookie Policy. Path: All Categories >> Consumer Electronics >> A/V Accessories >> HDMI Converters & Remotes >> HDMI splitters – Update me on new products View latest products We’ve sent a confirmation e-mail to XXX@gmail.com. Click on the link in the e-mail to activate and start receiving free alerts when new products are posted! HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.Any third-party trademarks or images shown here are for reference purposes only. We are not authorized to sell any items bearing such trademarks. Note: Not all certifying agents offer online lookup, and some have a lag time for posting new certificates. If you are unable to find a certificate online, contact the certification agency or supplier for further verification. Address: 6th Floor, Block 1, High-Tech Industry Park, Shilongzi, Shiyan, Baoan, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China  (518108) Company Registration Address: 深圳市宝安区石岩街道石龙社区恒昌荣工...

Dallas Invents: 115 Patents Granted for Week of April 16 » Dallas Innovates

Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 14 for patent activity out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: • AT&T’s augmented reality visual Wi-Fi signal • Bank of America’s autonomous software containers • Genband’s method for blocking notification messages during screen sharing • Linear Labs’ brushless electric motor/generator • Sabre’s tokenized data security • Phazr’s window-installed wireless communications device • Conduent’s method for video-based detection of drive-offs and walk-offs Dallas Invents is a weekly look at U.S. patents granted with a connection to the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metro area. Listings include patents granted to local assignees and/or those with a North Texas inventor. Patent activity can be an indicator of future economic growth, as well as the development of emerging markets and talent attraction. By tracking both inventors and assignees in the region, we aim to provide a broader view of the region’s inventive activity. Listings are organized by Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC).  Texas Instruments Incorporated (Dallas) 10 Futurewei Technologies, Inc. (Plano) 5 Bell Helicopter Textron Inc. (Fort Worth) ...

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This site is operated by a business or businesses owned by Informa PLC and all copyright resides with them. Informa PLC’s registered office is 5 Howick Place, London SW1P 1WG. Registered in England and Wales. Number 8860726. Lonnie Johnson recalls sitting in his machine shop 30 years ago, wondering if it was time to give up on his quest to bring a powerful new water gun to the toy market. By that time, he had written letters to more than 75 toy manufacturers and retailers. He had visited countless offices, worked with a sea of executives, built numerous prototypes, and repeatedly explained and re-explained the manufacturing process. And he hadn’t made a dollar off it. “It was very frustrating,” he told Design News recently. “It got to the point where I was thinking, ‘Maybe this isn’t meant to be. Maybe it’s time to look for something else.’” Johnson, the recipient of the 2019 Golden Mousetrap Lifetime Achievement Award, fortunately overcame that temptation to quit. In 1989, he found a manufacturer. A year after that, his Super Soaker toy hit the market. By 1992, it had become the number-one-selling toy in the world. For Johnson, however, the 10-year period leading u...

Is Baking a Raspberry Pi the Recipe for Magic Smoke?

No, Hackaday hasn’t become a baking blog. We’re just here to give you a bit of advice: if [MickMake] ever offers you one of his fresh-baked Pis, proceed with caution. While we have no doubt that there will be some interesting smells wafting out of his kitchen, these aren’t the tasty pies you’re looking for. There’s no delicious home-baked treat when that timer dings, just a handful of Raspberry Pis that have had an exceptionally hard day. To properly explain the odd sight of some Raspberry Pis laid out on a cookie sheet, we need to take a step back. [MickMake] originally set out to see how everyone’s favorite Linux SBC would handle the harsh Australian heat, and thought that setting them up on his car’s dashboard would be a suitable torture test. But as luck would have it, a storm rolled in while he was making the video which brought temperatures down to a “cool” 30 C (86 F); basically jacket weather at the bottom of the world. So naturally, he decided to put them in his oven instead. Placed on an insulating sheet and with a thermocouple between them to get an accurate idea of the temperature they were experiencing, an original Pi, a Pi 2, and a pair of Pi 3s were sent on the ri...

Springfield and Greene County restaurant inspections

This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. ALLI’S FAMILY RESTAURANT, 4525 W Chestnut Expy. 12/05/2018 – Inspection; Result: Permit Active. Priority Violations Found: 1. Observed: Dish machine’s final rinse had less than 10 ppm chlorine. Refilled sanitizer jug, primed and had 100 ppm chlorine prior to exit. Required: Must ensure final rinse is 50-100 ppm chlorine. Nonpriority Violations Found: 6. Observed: Several knives being stored in a container with water. Required: Must store knives in water that is 135 degrees F or above, or clean and dry, or another approved way. observed: A few plastic shields for fluorescent lights are in poor repair. Required: Must ensure lights shields are in good condition. observed: Wall behind vegetable prep sink was not clean. Required: Must clean as needed to prevent buildup. observed: Some areas of dish line were not clean and had some odor. Required: Must clean as needed to prevent buildup and odor. observed: Ice scoop was being stored in a dusty container. corrected promptly Required: Must ensure that food-contact surfaces of equipment as ...

Asia-Pacific Photovoltaic (PV) Junction Box Market Report 2018

In this report, the Asia-Pacific Photovoltaic (PV) Junction Box market is valued at USD XX million in 2017 and is expected to reach USD XX million by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2017 and 2025. Asia-Pacific Photovoltaic (PV) Junction Box market has been broken down by major regions, with complete market estimates on the basis of products/applications on a regional basis. Browse full research report at https://www.crystalmarketreport.com/asia-pacific-photovoltaic-pv-junction-box-market-report-2018 In this report, the Asia-Pacific Photovoltaic (PV) Junction Box market is valued at USD XX million in 2017 and is expected to reach USD XX million by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2017 and 2025. Geographically, this report split Asia-Pacific into several key Regions, with sales (K Units), revenue (Million USD), market share and growth rate of Photovoltaic (PV) Junction Box for these regions, from 2013 to 2025 (forecast), including China Japan South Korea Taiwan India Southeast Asia Australia Asia-Pacific Photovoltaic (PV) Junction Box market competition by top manufacturers/players, with Photovoltaic (PV) Junction Box sales volume, price, revenue...

What fueled your decision to experiment with reduced fork offset right after the industry settled on

What fueled your decision to experiment with reduced fork offset right after the industry settled on increased offset for 27.5 and 29-inch wheel bikes? What is the relationship between fork offset, wheel diameter and steering angle in the context of the Whyte S-150 29er? Were you looking to increase straight-line stability, to lighten steering forces, or to balance forces that you believed to be out of whack due to present geometry? Small Turnbuckle, Turnbuckle Hardware, Stainless Turnbuckle – Rui De Tai,https://www.qdruidetai.com/

All 2,493 items targeted by China’s tariffs in US trade war — Quartz

China’s latest tariff retaliation, announced today, will hit some $60 billion in US exports, including hundreds of agricultural, mining, and manufactured products, threatening jobs and profits at companies around the United States.  Before the trade war starts in earnest, China bought about 17% of US agricultural exports and was a major market for other goods, from Maine lobster to Boeing aircraft. It has been the largest market for Apple iPhones since 2016. Since the escalation of tariffs, though, China has stopped buying soybeans and lobsters, and Apple warned it would miss its expected Christmas holiday sales figures because of trade tensions. In addition to the 25% tariffs below, Beijing also added 20% tariffs on 1,078 US products, 10% tariffs on 974 US products, and 5% tariffs on 595 US products (all links in Chinese). The list was translated from China’s ministry of finance press release using Google translate, and may be inexact in spots. Quartz also rearranged some items on the list to group them into categories, and they may not be in the order of their “harmonized tariff schedule” codes.  Precision Part, Precision Machining, Precision Machining Part – Hongye,htt...