Everyone should have their own personal letterhead. It boasts confidence and professionalism. It adds heaps to the quality of the document and creates an instant impression. Check out my years old version below.
You are an individual, you are unique, you are your own brand – Go out and sell yourself.
So in the process of repairing / replacing my garage motors we discovered one of the end stop sensors weren’t working. So the garage door wouldn’t stop make a clunk sound and then open again to the correct position.
So on a late Saturday afternoon I set out looking for a security shop that stores end stop sensors. Couldn’t find any so came home and had to use the old grey matter. I discovered that in the centre there was a magnet – so went around the house thinking how to close a magnetic circuit. After a few moments it hit me – the alarm triggers (door / window sensors, entry sensors) have a magnet and a reed switch. Installed a reed switch as an end stop on the garage motor and it worked perfectly.
Later that week went to find out the price of the sensor pack which was about R350 – and my solution costed me R10.
How reed switches work:
Read more about reed switches at http://simplisafe.com/blog/door-sensor-secrets
Centurion Systems make a great product. Fairly easy to setup and configure. Recently half my motor was stolen so I thought let me rebuild it component by component.
Important manuals I found useful are:
So at home we have the old digidoor II garage door motors. I’ve was having some trouble so found the installation manual very helpful.
Check it out here
Credits to http://www.hydrodoors.co.za/downloads.htm
So you’d like to add another handset to a base station. Follow the below easy steps.
1) Press down key until the handset menu appears and press “INT/OK” key
2) Press up or down arrow key to select the submenu “Resgister” and press “INT/OK” key
3) Handset display shows “SEARCHING”.
4) Press and hold “page” key on the base station more than 4 seconds until acknowledgment signal is heard
5) Enter the PIN (default setting = 0000) and press “INT/OK” key on the Handset
If the input PIN is correct the registration procedure will be completed with a confirm tone.
After a connection is established the name and number of the handset appear in the display
Note : The base will be ready for registration for 10 minutes when the page key is pressed and held for more than 4 seconds.
Note 2: This works on many cordless phones including Telkom, some Siemens etc.
Choose the following options:
2. Advance Options. Press ok
3. Dish Installation
4. Code 9949
5. Network No 2 (>= DSTV PAS710 or IS710) – OK
6A. CHANGE FREQUENCY TO 11170
6B. CHANGE SYMBOL RATE TO 26652
7. Accept settings and leave screen
8. Scan all Networks and wait till scan is complete
9. Press TV Button
10. Scroll To Public IS7
11. Press OK, Shift Button and then TV Button (within 3 seconds)
12. Search between channel 31 and 48 (look for Islam)
“James while John had had had had had had had had had had had a better effect on the teacher” is an English sentence used to demonstrate lexical ambiguity and the necessity of punctuation, which serves as a substitute for the intonation, stress, and pauses found in speech. In human information processing research, the sentence has been used to show how readers depend on punctuation to give sentences meaning, especially in the context of scanning across lines of text. The sentence is sometimes presented as a puzzle, where the solver must add the punctuation.
The example refers to two students, James and John, who are required by an English test to describe a man who, in the past, had suffered from a cold. John writes “The man had a cold” which the teacher marks as being incorrect, while James writes the correct “The man had had a cold.” Since James’ answer was right, it had had a better effect on the teacher.
The sentence can be understood more clearly by adding punctuation and emphasis:
James, while John had had “had“, had had “had had”; “had had” had had a better effect on the teacher.
In each of the five “had had” word pairs in the above sentence, the first of the pair is in the past perfect form. The italicized instances denote emphasis of intonation, focusing on the differences in the students’ answers, then finally identifying the correct one.