AAA Battery protection box

AAA batteries, is a United States standards of battery, County 7th battery or Taiwan the 4th battery standard compatible. Cell is cylindrical, high 43.6 mm, ø 10.1 mm. Is a common cell, smaller than a AA battery. Commonly used in small, not too high power consumption electronic products such as MP3 players, mini remote control and so on. Disposable alkaline batteries or rechargeable nickel-metal hydride and lithium-ion batteries.
Technical standards
Batteries can be divided into: 1, 2, 3, 5, 7th, 5th, and 7th are especially common.
So-called AA batteries is the 5th battery, and is the 7th battery AAA battery! AA, AAA is description battery type.
AA is what we usually call the 5th battery, General dimensions: diameter: 14mm, 49mm;
AAA is what we usually call the 7th battery, General dimensions: diameter: 11mm, 44mm. offers AAA Battery protection box on sale.


Lithium battery selection considerations

1, lithium battery type and capacity options.
First according to their power of motor (needs real power, cycling speed will correspond to a corresponding actual power) to calculate the required current for the battery. Motor continuous current of 20A (48v 1000W motor), that requires batteries to 20A currents and temperature is very low for a long time (even if it’s 35 degrees outside in summer temperature, battery temperature is best controlled at below 50 degrees). If a 48v 20A current overpressure 1 time (96v, ecpu 3) continuous current up to 50A. If you like pressure for a long time, then please use the sustained current of 50A battery (also, note that temperature rise).
26650 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery current is not the business of the nominal battery capacity. Businesses rated c (or more shijibai AMPS) battery discharge capacity, and really in this to decentralize power, heating is very serious, if not heat, battery life will be short. (And our environment is from the battery electric vehicle battery cluster emissions, leaving no gaps, tight-lipped, let alone how to do forced air cooling). We use a very tough environment. Battery discharge current use with Derating. Evaluation of battery discharge current capacity, is to see the current battery temperature is. Here the principle is actually used only during discussed battery temperature (heat is the battery life of arch-rivals)
The best battery temperature is below 50 degrees. (20-30 degrees is best). This also means that if it is a high capacity lithium batteries (control in the 0.5C, the devolution of power), the capacity is above 40ah 20A continuous discharge current required (of course the most important thing is to see the battery internal resistance). If it is a power type lithium battery in accordance with 1C continuous discharge is normal. A123 ultra low on-resistance power type lithium battery, is usually best in 1C discharge (less than 2C as well, 2C discharge is actually only half an hour out of power, not much use). Capacity depends on car storage space size, personal spending budget, expects car activity range size, and other factors. (Small volumes generally have power type lithium battery)

High power current powered lithium battery protection board and the difficulty

With the development of Community energy more and more scarce, the emergence of new energy is even more impatient, lithium battery new energy is one of the more important new energy, along with lithium-ion batteries 26650 Battery protection box also followed the emergence of new energy emerged, he was born out of security concerns.

Lithium battery protection board, characterized, it is used for maintenance of lithium-ion batteries do not damage and prolong the life of the battery. And it is only in the case of lithium-ion battery pole questions make the most stable and the most useful maintenance to avoid accidents. Usually no action, of course, monitor homework is necessary, just like our household appliances sound or sound switch in the same.

I want to say is to protect the balance function of the Board, there was talk of using lithium battery protection board with equilibrium must be functional. Personally think that protection board is protected, it only in the most extreme of the battery play an effective role in protection, it does not have the ability to raise the battery performance, the protection plate just a passive part. 2~10A, for example lithium batteries are generally current, which we can do no more than 200mA. So say lithium-ion batteries are the most important, we should try to improve the consistency of the battery. Strengthening the matching operation.

What is Eco-friendly Ceramic Knives?

Eco-friendly Ceramic Knives with precision ceramic developed by, so called ceramic knives.
Ceramic cutting tool wear resistance, high density and high hardness, no pores, not filth, non-metal casting will not rust, cut food no residual metallic taste, thin and sharp and easy to handle and easy to cut, easy to clean … … Advantages and has many characteristics of metal tools cannot replace.

The hardness of the ceramic knife is 9, second only to the world’s hardest diamond, the substance of (10), if used without falling to the ground, without external impact, going to chop or cut down, permanently under normal conditions of use do not require sharpening.
Based on security considerations, manufacturers are generally mixed with metal powder in the body, so that metal detectors can detect ceramic knives.
Ceramic knife is not suitable for cooking need to chop, chop the food, in addition to bones, raw fish … … Other hard ingredients not suitable for use with ceramic knives other than food, such as frozen meat, vegetables, bamboo shoots, fruit pulp, raw fish (without case), meat, seafood, soft shell shellfish … … Rigid non-food use.

Traditional metal cast business of tool, for its surface has countless hair fine hole, so cuisine food material Shi will has soup juice residues Yu hair fine hole in the, and cuisine food material Shi metal business of tool will has trace of metal, formed odor or metal taste; and ceramic knife of density quite high, so surface no hair fine hole and ceramic material development, not has odor or metal taste.
But ceramic knives are high quality consumer goods, in the ordinary man is a Virgin and inaccessible. The hardness of the ceramic knife is very high, but it is as fragile as glass, so use with caution. It is more than 10 times times the sharpness of kitchen knives, very sharp, to avoid the kids.

Brent said that he and Putzel

Craig and Brent Renaud know how to film difficult settings. The filmmaker brothers from Little Rock have made documentaries about wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the drug war in Juarez and post-earthquake Haiti. But according to Brent Renaud, none of those compare to a recent shoot in Egypt, where the fledgling news network Al Jazeera America sent him and the correspondent Christof Putzel a few weeks ago.

“The anti-Americanism is so intense on both sides, but particularly on the military side, the more moderate Muslim side that’s against the Muslim Brotherhood who’s protesting in the streets. They believe the U.S. has been pro-Muslim Brotherhood. They believe the foreign press has been pro-Muslim Brotherhood. The general of the military has fanned the flames, telling the public that they should be suspicious of all foreigners, especially Americans. Because of that, bringing out your camera in the street is extremely dangerous, almost impossible.”

Brent said that he and Putzel made it inside a massive Muslim Brotherhood protest once and were relatively safe, aside from the risk of sniper fire. But he said trying to get inside the protest was another story.

“If you’re on the periphery trying to get in, supporters of the military, or basically roving thugs of young men, some allegedly paid by the military, are looking for foreigners and cameras, and they will attack you.

“In one case, [the supporters of the military] had picked off a Muslim Brotherhood protester on the outskirts of the crowd and the mob was beating him, and they dragged him right past us, and I pulled out a small Handycam I was using and attempted to film that. They were beating him half to death. The military saw it, and started shooting machine guns up in the air to break up the crowd. And then as the crowd began to disperse, they saw me filming it. And then the crowd turned on us. They hit me on the back of the head. I started running for the car. Christof started running to the car. We had a translator with us. He was at first not able to reach the car. The driver thought he was in the car and started driving, but we managed to stop down the road and let him in just as the crowd started beating on the car.”

Footage from that harrowing chase as well as interviews Brent and Putzel did with a supporter of the military and the mother of a Muslim Brotherhood protester who was killed led the Aug. 20 debut broadcast of “America Tonight,” Al Jazeera America’s flagship nightly news program anchored by CNN veteran Joie Chen. The network, a spin-off from the Qatar-funded media conglomerate, has made much noise about staking a unique position among cable news outlets.

“Viewers will see a news channel unlike the others, as our programming proves Al Jazeera America will air fact-based, unbiased and in-depth news,” Ehab Al Shihabi, the channel’s acting chief executive, told the New York Times. “There will be less opinion, less yelling and fewer celebrity sightings.”

Al Jazeera acquired Current TV in January for $500 million. In the run-up to the launch of the network, it hired some 900 employees.

But its launch has not been smooth. AT&T dropped the network from its line-up in the 11th hour, which kept millions of potential viewers from seeing the channels launch. Al Jazeera America promptly sued.

The Renaud brothers said that they’re excited about working with Al Jazeera America. Already, they’ve done two projects for “America Tonight” — the dispatch from Egypt and a feature on Chicago gangs that was shown in four parts and will eventually appear on the channel as a feature special. Each featured Putzel, but tended more towards the Renauds’ verite style than something you’d see on “60 Minutes.”

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FOR A MAN with many, overlapping interests

FOR A MAN with many, overlapping interests, Anthony Sobb appears remarkably unconflicted.

Sobb is CEO of one of Australia’s more successful registered clubs, Sydney’s Fairfield RSL, where gaming revenue runs to $39 million per year. If the club Sobb runs lines up with government estimates, some 41 per cent — or $16 million — of its vast poker machine revenue comes from problem gamblers.

Sobb is also chairman, a few doors down the road, of Oakdene House, a treatment centre he founded in 2012 to help Fairfield’s problem gamblers. He is the embodiment of the federal Coalition’s new problem-gambling policy, which would encourage poker-machine operators to partner with counselling services to root out gambling addicts in their venues. Except he’s gone further — Anthony Sobb has set up his own.

In the quiet halls of Oakdene House, this provider of both poison and cure is confidently explaining why gambling regulation is doomed to failure.

One by one he ticks off and discards proposed measures for tackling Australia’s runaway obsession with the bet.

“[Problem gamblers are] incredibly intelligent people,” he reasons. “Cutting down the number of poker machines? They will find another gambling form of choice.

“Saying you can’t put hundred dollar notes in the machine? They’ll play two machines with $50 in them.

“Saying you can only get $200 a day out of ATMs? They’ll get a couple of different cards and they’ll go to different ATMs.”

Certainly, he allows, “the opportunities to gamble have now vastly increased. That’s got to tell you, if you do the maths, there’s going to be more issues in relation to problem gamblers”.

But his club must contribute to that problem, operating many dozens of glittering poker machines. Aren’t his two roles in conflict? Sobb shrugs at the suggestion. “There are going to be sceptics out there who say it’s a conflict,” he says. “What can I do about that?”

ON SEPTEMBER 10, 2007, in an interview on the election campaign trail, then-Opposition Leader Kevin Rudd spoke candidly about Australian state governments’ unique embrace of the pokies.

“I hate poker machines,” he told The Australian newspaper, “and I know something of their impact on families.”

He signalled federal intervention on the issue. “It’s of sufficient concern to me for this not to just drop off the radar,” he said.

Rudd’s comments, and the mood for change that accompanied Labor’s election that November, seemed to prompt a review of the place of gambling machines in Australian life. Despite its small population, Australia has the fifth-largest number of poker machines of any country in the world, and Australians lose more money per capita on gambling than any other country.

Depending on whose estimate you use, something between 22 and 60 percent of gambling-machine revenue is drawn from problem gamblers, and state governments (not including Western Australia, where poker machines are banned outside Crown’s Burswood Casino) have come to rely on gambling losses for some 10 per cent of their annual revenue.

In his first go-round as Prime Minister, Rudd enlisted World Vision chief and long-time anti-pokies activist Tim Costello to advise him on the issue. The Leader of the Liberal-National Coalition Government at the time, Brendan Nelson, expressed his own concerns about poker machines, and called for a Productivity Commission report into the industry. Even the clubs’ lobby group, Clubs Australia, joined the chorus for a national inquiry, saying it welcomed the opportunity to show the industry’s progress in warding gambling addicts away from venues. In October 2008, Prime Minister Rudd asked the Productivity Commission to begin its work, and provide figures and recommendations upon which the government could base its policy agenda.

Half a decade on, it all seems so naive: as if the barrier to reforming Australia’s multi-billion dollar poker-machine industry could merely have been a dearth of reliable, rigorous research. The Commission’s report, released in 2010, found that, overall, gambling rates had declined, but there was no evidence that problem gamblers were contributing any less to the industry’s bottom line than they were 10 years earlier.

A slew of harm-minimisation measures was recommended. Poker machines should be fitted with pre-commitment technology, allowing punters to nominate how much they’d lose in a single session, the commission said, and the maximum value of bets should be capped at $1. These measures found their way into a reform package championed by Independent Tasmanian MP Andrew Wilkie.

But the “Wilkie Reforms” withered in the face of a multi-million dollar campaign run against them by Clubs Australia. On billboards targeted at marginal Labor MPs, in television spots, and public rallies, the industry cast the measures as “un-Australian”, and warned that they would send pubs and clubs broke. Behind the scenes, the Australian Electoral Commission recorded a dramatic spike in political donations from the pub and club lobbies to the major parties, principally to the Coalition.

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A resource and a reminder

Retirement is no longer about trading in one’s career for a rocker in front of the TV. For many of the retirees who move to the Lowcountry, retirement is another chapter in their lives that began innocently enough with a vacation to the Hilton Head area.

Joanne and Stephen Murray moved from Fort Washington, Pa., just outside of Philadelphia, to Sun City Hilton Head in October 2011, but were part-timers since 2006. Joanne was finance director for a dance school and Stephen retired as a conductor for the Southeast Pennsylvania Transit Authority (SEPTA).

“We started to vacation in Hilton Head and wanted to move to warmer climates when we retired,” said Joanne. “It made perfect sense to choose a retirement community here. And because we’d been here so much, we felt like we were home when we got here.”

With more than 14,000 residents and dozens of groups to join, it’s like a small town, one that the Murrays enjoy.

“What I like about Sun City is the resort atmosphere when you drive through the front gate,” said Joanne. “You feel like you’re still on vacation even though you’ve come home. There is so much friendliness. I love the fact they have a community theatre and a really good one. And everyone has made us feel welcome quickly.”

The Cypress, with nearly 430 residents, and TidePointe, with about 300 residents, are much more intimate, offering first-class independent living along with different levels of continuing care, nursing care and assisted living on the grounds.

Tom and Beverly Conner kept their options open before finally moving into The Cypress. They were in the market for a move and looked around while en route to visit his brother in Vero Beach, Fla. On the way back from Florida, they looked in The Crescent in Bluffton and bought a house right away. That was in 2001. In November 2012, the Conners moved to The Cypress.

We picked up our life in Bluffton, moved it down to Hilton Head and now we are just 14 miles closer to everything we do,” said Tom.

Tom, a former school superintendent in Washington, Pa., is part of the Center for Medical Excellence, one of the newest businesses accepted into the incubator at the Don Ryan Center for Innovation. He is also a volunteer at the Allendale prison where he takes his Labrador therapy dog. Beverly, a former program officer for Alcoa Foundation, participates in her church activities. Both are active in the annual Hilton Head Motoring Festival & Concours d’Elegance.

“We were really looking down the road as we get older. We were looking at when’s too early, when’s too late? You really have to be able to walk in here in order to live here,” Tom said. “It’s comfortable here, the service here is great. We have really enjoyed it, our health is good, and now Bev’s sister is moving into the house next to us. We have never looked back.”

Mary Moser lives at The Seabrook of Hilton Head, a non-profit, independent living retirement community with more than 200 residents. The Seabrook’s 21-acre campus includes the Fraser Health Center, a 33-private bed skilled nursing facility.

Originally from Reston, Va., Mary’s husband was career civil service and golf was his passion.

“In 1980 we came to Hilton Head for a 3-day/2-night golf package and went home proud owners of a lot in Hilton Head Plantation,” Moser said. “We were captivated by the island’s natural beauty and couldn’t wait to make it home.” After several years in a nice condo area after her husband died, Moser knew it was time to move. She moved to The Seabrook, which is nestled in the natural beauty of a peaceful maritime forest with easy access to the beach.

“A number of my friends live at The Seabrook and I’ve found it to have a small-town feel, where people are welcoming and friendly,” Moser said. “It’s the perfect place to call home.”

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