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    refurbished
  • (refurbish) make brighter and prettier; "we refurbished the guest wing"; "My wife wants us to renovate"

  • Renovate and redecorate (something, esp. a building)

  • (refurbishment) renovation: the state of being restored to its former good condition; "the inn was a renovation of a Colonial house"

  • (Refurbishment (electronics)) Refurbishment is the of maintenance or major repair of an item, either aesthetically or mechanically.











refurbished test equipment - Nikon ProStaff




Nikon ProStaff 550 Laser Rangefinder (Green)


Nikon ProStaff 550 Laser Rangefinder (Green)



New Nikon Prostaff 550 6X21 8369 Hunting Laser Rangefinder. Brand New Including CR2 Lithium Battery, Instruction Book, Strap and Case.Easy-to-use model features Distant Target Priority Mode specifically designed for hunting.Measurement range: 10-500m (11-550 yd.)Distance measurement display step is 0.5m (shorter than 100m/yd.) High-quality 6x monocular with multilayer coating for bright, clear images High-eyepoint design affords eyeglass wearers easy viewing Easy one-push measurement after the power is turned on Compact, lightweight design enables easy, single-hand operation Diopter adjustment function.Waterproof (up to 1 meter for 10 minutes), but not for underwater usage; the battery chamber is water resistant Wide temperature tolerance: -10C to +50C Measurement range 10-500m/11-550 yd. Distance display (Increment) Every 0.5m/yd. (shorter than 100m/yd.)Every 1.0m/yd. (greater than 100m/yd.) Finder Magnification (x) 6 Effective objective diameter (mm) 21 Actual field of view 6.0 Exit pupil (mm) 3.5 Eye relief (mm) 18.2 Dimensions (LxHxW) (mm) 130x69x37 Weight (g) (excluding battery) 180 Power source CR2 lithium battery x 1 (DC 3V)Auto power shutoff function equipped (after 8 sec.)

Stop guessing at distances while hunting or building with the Nikon ProStaff 550 laser rangefinder. Offering absolute precision in the palm of your hand, the ProStaff 550 employs Nikon's advanced Tru-Target ranging system, which lets users prioritize smaller and harder-to-range lone targets at the push of a button. As a result, it's easier than ever to range objects as small as fence posts, or get an instant read on that lone buck in the meadow. The unit also relies on Nikon's advanced ID technology to compensate for various incline or decline shooting angles--up to an incredible plus-or-minus 89 degrees (nearly vertical up or down). And thanks to Nikon's digital measurement processor, you'll enjoy speedy 1/2-yard accuracy within 99.5 yards, and 1-yard accuracy from 100 to 550 yards. On the other end of the spectrum, the unit can range as close as 11 yards, so you aren't restricted to long-distance targets only.
Add in such features as 6x multicoated optics, an eyeglass-friendly 18mm of eye relief, a continuous measurement mode, 100-percent waterproof and fogproof construction; and a maximum measurement of 733 yards and you have a comfortable, powerful range finder that leaves its competitors in the dust.
Specifications:
Finish: Green
Measurement range: 11 to 550 yards
Increment reading: 0.5 to 1 yard
Viewfinder display: meters/yards
Magnification: 6x
Angular field of view (real): 6 degrees
Angular field of view (apparent) 34.9 degrees
Eye relief: 18mm
Diopter adjustment: +/-4
Power source: 1 CR2 lithium battery
Objective diameter: 21mm
Exit pupil: 3.5mm
Dimensions: 1.5 by 2.7 by 5.1 inches (W x H x D)
Weight: 6.3 ounces (without batteries)










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186/365 - the emerald tower




186/365 - the emerald tower





ahh, my old stomping grounds ;-) The green building on the left is the Headquarters of Norfolk Southern Corporation. This is where I co-oped back when I was in college. Worked here for 5 semesters.

And to your right you will see a statue for "Our Confederate Dead". Good ole' Confederate Flag on there and everything.

ugh.

ok, so here is how I feel about the confederate flag. First and foremost it was the flag of a bunch of states that wanted to make sure that slavery stayed legal... so, not a firm foundation for these geniuses to be standing on... but, whatever... but what really pisses me off about the confederate flag is that it flew over a group of states that wanted to break away from the United States... They didn't want to be part of the United States of America... And I can't fathom why anyone would be proud to fly that flag. That flag to me is a HUGE middle finger to the American Flag. I don't feel like it symbolizes southern pride... and to be proud of the most shameful part of your region's history is kind of stupid...

Now, that has nothing to do with those who died. If you were from the south, you fought for the south... simple as that... really doesn't have much to do with what you believed in. Robert E. Lee is about the best example of this as he opposed slavery but felt that did not want to go to war against his Virginia brothers...

but the reason i was in Norfolk today was to get my iPhone replaced before it's warranty ran out. It had some physical defects and I decided it would be nice to have those taken care of rather than just deal with them... fast forward 8 hours later and 2 trips to the apple store and I am sitting next to a non-functional replacement iPhone. WTF!!!

if you have th option, never get your electronic equipment replaced on warranty. I am convinced no one ever truly test the refurbished items and you end up with the same problems the last schmuck did. And I'll be back at the apple store tomorrow... it's a 45 minute drive from my house, and 30 minutes from work... so at least it is convenient!











Hubble Test Telescope




Hubble Test Telescope





Prior to undertaking construction of the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) the Lockheed Missile and Space Company built a full-scale mockup in 1975 for conducting various feasibility studies. Initially a low-fidelity metal cylinder for testing handling procedures for the proposed spacecraft, the test vehicle evolved continuously as Lockheed proceeded through its feasibility studies and was awarded the contract to build the actual spacecraft. The test vehicle eventually served as a frame on which the cables and wiring harnesses for the actual spacecraft were fabricated. It was also used for simulations in developing maintenance and repair activities in orbit. Dynamic studies on the test vehicle including vibration studies and thermal studies led to its being designated the Hubble Space Telescope Structural Dynamic Test Vehicle (SDTV).

The artifact was stored outdoors at Lockheed in Sunnyvale Ca., until it was donated to NASM in June 1987 and shipped to the Garber facility. There it was refurbished and restored to its 1976 configuration. It went on display in the Space Hall in March 1989. In 1996 the SDTV was removed from exhibit in order to upgrade the object to simulate the actual HST as it was being deployed from the Shuttle. This major upgrade, generously supported and executed by Lockheed, HST subcontractors, the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, and NASM staff and volunteers, involved fabricating the equipment section for the Optical Telescope Assembly, the aperture door, high gain antennae, solar arrays, aft shroud handrails, and numerous other details. A major addition was realistic multi-layer (non-flight) thermal blanketing and taping, interface hardware, wave guides, and the umbilical. NASA also provided a large equipment cradle to allow the upgraded object to be displayed from the floor at a dramatic angle. The completed artifact was reinstalled in Space Hall in early 1997.

Manufacturer: Lockheed Martin Missile and Space Corporation
Country of Origin: United States of America










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NETGEAR Universal WiFi Range Extender WN2000RPT






What is Netgear's Universal WiFi Range Extender? Keep your current wireless equipment and improve coverage to eliminate ‘dead zones' Compatible with wireless b/g/n routers, gateways and Internet Service Provider‘s devices Freedom to roam anywhere in the house and access Internet without worrying about coverage Bonus feature-4 Ethernet ports to connect to gaming consoles, Internet TV's, and Blu-ray players. Features : Works with any wireless b/g/n router or gateway from Netgear and other brands Works with all security standards including WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, mixed mode and WEP Real-time link-rate LED locates the best placement spot to provide optimal wireless coverage Step-by-step, graphical Installation Guide makes installation easy. No need to insert a CD or plug in Ethernet cables! Dynamic LEDs display live network connection status and signal strength between your existing network, Extender and computers (or other Internet-connected devices) Push ‘N' Connect using Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) connects computers to the Extender quickly and securely1 Four (4) Ethernet ports allow the Extender to function as a wireless bridge to connect to home AV devices. Disclaimers: 1 Works with clients supporting Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS); Package Contents : Universal WiFi Range Extender (WN2000RPT) Stand Power adapter, localized to country of sale










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