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AMC-1AVCsv Standalone CO/NO2 Monitor with VFD Output

Item ID: AMC-1AVCsv
Brand: Armstrong Monitoring

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The AMC 1AVCsv Gas Monitor is an economical standalone monitoring package for mixed vehicle applications, incorporating state of the art sensing technology and micro-controller based design within a compact package. It features a configurable VFD output circuit of the "worst case" gas concentration that can be set independently of sensor scale, and is jumper selectable for 4,20 mA, 0-20 mA, 0-10 VDC, or 2-10VDC.

The AMC-1AVCsv incorporates a robust steel enclosure designed to provide optimal gas flow ensuring rapid response.

It is ideally suited for smaller parking and/or service garages for detecting the exhaust of gasoline, propane, natural gas, and diesel powered vehicles, where the interlocked exhaust fans are being controlled by VFDs.

 


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1) Oct 03, 2015   
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2) Oct 03, 2015   
It depends on the moiontr.You can get CRTs (up to 21 ) for free nowadays, since most people have replaced them with LCDs. They're practically worthless money wise, but they deliver a great picture (better than LCDs most of the time, actually) and great response times (again, better than LCD). However, their sheer bulk, weight, flickering image, and power consumption defeated them. If you don't mind the weight, you can get a great one for free. Look on the free section on craigslist.A 19 TN-panel LCD with 1440 900 or 1600 900 resolution will run you around $ 120. A higher quality panel, like IPS, which is fairly close to CRT image quality wise, will run you around $ 240 for a 21 with 1920 1080. Alternatively, at that price, you can get a 27 TN panel.


3) Oct 03, 2015   
It depends on the moiontr.You can get CRTs (up to 21 ) for free nowadays, since most people have replaced them with LCDs. They're practically worthless money wise, but they deliver a great picture (better than LCDs most of the time, actually) and great response times (again, better than LCD). However, their sheer bulk, weight, flickering image, and power consumption defeated them. If you don't mind the weight, you can get a great one for free. Look on the free section on craigslist.A 19 TN-panel LCD with 1440 900 or 1600 900 resolution will run you around $ 120. A higher quality panel, like IPS, which is fairly close to CRT image quality wise, will run you around $ 240 for a 21 with 1920 1080. Alternatively, at that price, you can get a 27 TN panel.


4) Oct 09, 2015   
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5) Oct 09, 2015   
Whether or not Charter provides a crppay service isn't the point here. Believe me, I know they are crap, .The point is that KMOV is NOT a cable network so no one should have to pay for programming. What KMOV is saying is that they want more money. Advertising and paid programming are no longer enough for them. They want to start charging people to watch programming that should be freely available. The government gave the airwaves to the networks (instead of keeping it for the people) and the networks make billions of dollars each year off ad-supported programming. Do you have records that show that Charter pays for other local stations in St. Louis? I've yet to find any documentation that states that. The point is that no one, satellite, u-verse, cable, should not have to pay for local affiliate programming.Also, Bob, if you'd like to comment further, please use a real email address because your comment was caught in the spam filter and I just happened to catch it in time.


6) Oct 09, 2015   
Whether or not Charter provides a crppay service isn't the point here. Believe me, I know they are crap, .The point is that KMOV is NOT a cable network so no one should have to pay for programming. What KMOV is saying is that they want more money. Advertising and paid programming are no longer enough for them. They want to start charging people to watch programming that should be freely available. The government gave the airwaves to the networks (instead of keeping it for the people) and the networks make billions of dollars each year off ad-supported programming. Do you have records that show that Charter pays for other local stations in St. Louis? I've yet to find any documentation that states that. The point is that no one, satellite, u-verse, cable, should not have to pay for local affiliate programming.Also, Bob, if you'd like to comment further, please use a real email address because your comment was caught in the spam filter and I just happened to catch it in time.









     

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