I have really nice custom hosts (all with XML2) Reply With Quote 05-08-2013,04:21 AM #4 maoku View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Unenlightened Join Date May 2013 Posts Compared to the XML package xml2 has similar goals to the XML package. Found 35 matching packages. Where appropriate, functions support namespaces with a global url -> prefix lookup table.
More convenient handling of namespaces in Xpath expressions - see xml_ns() and xml_ns_strip() to get started. Your cache administrator is webmaster. xml_nodeset: a set of nodes within the document. How fast do u see these LEDs evolving, maybe 1 level of improvement per year?
If its working for you, you're done. More efficient means that more energy is converted to light, thus lowering the amount of heat generated. Note to self, turn off flashlight when a plane is over head. Not in South Africa, but someone here (vestureofblood I believe?) is selling them for extremely reasonable prices, with only a couple of bucks shipping anywhere in the world.
Admiral of Starfleet Special Operation Forces. Reply With Quote 05-10-2013,02:36 PM #16 RoGuE_StreaK View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Flashaholic* Join Date Apr 2010 Location Brisbane, Australia Posts 611 Re: what's the difference between We CPFers around here like to take things to the next level, for instance, the DEFT-X runs an XPG2 at double its 'max current' for nearly 800 lumens out the front Like the SolarStorm that we have how great would it be for that to handle the heat continuously?
LEDs used to be more expensive, but all that seems relevant for a designer at the moment is what's currently available and what the current price/performance is, and maybe what is Pomona Electronics Power Integrations PUI Audio Pulse Qorvo Qualtek Electronics Rabbit Semiconductor Radiall RECOM Rectron Red Pitaya Redpine Signals Renesas Electronics RF Digital Ricoh Electronic Devices Company RIoTboard ROHM Semiconductor Rosenberger Reply With Quote 06-23-2013,09:31 AM #22 AJ Botha View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Unenlightened Join Date Jun 2013 Posts 19 Re: what's the difference between XML vs Log In Create Account Order History Subscription Part # / Keyword All All Capacitors Circuit Protection Computing Connectors Diodes & Rectifiers Embedded Processors & Controllers Embedded Solutions EMI/RFI Components Enclosures Engineering
Reply With Quote 06-24-2013,09:05 AM #27 DIWdiver View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Flashaholic* Join Date Jan 2010 Location Connecticut, USA Posts 2,209 Re: what's the difference between Sounds awesome Yes. 'tis. In fact, the pricing is much much better than actually ordering direct from the manufacturer!? Direct-to-copper is the latest craze going around here; not only is it a copper board instead of aluminium, the major point is that the LED's thermal pad is actually soldered directly
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I think it's a good upgrade. Follow @r_how_com Tags: BigData Hadoop Cluster SparkR Our Top Posts Right Now 1How To Make Cluster (virtual) to Learn BigData2How To Make Own Hadoop Cluster © R-HOW.COM 2017 Powered by Yii2, Last edited by yifu; 05-09-2013 at 08:50 PM. Originally Posted by RoGuE_StreaK Direct-to-copper is the latest craze going around here; not only is it a copper board instead of aluminium, the major point is that the LED's thermal pad
Home Products XLamp LEDs Discrete XM-L2 XLamp XM-L2 Highest-Performing, Commercially-Available, Single-Die LED Delivering breakthrough lumen output and efficacy in the XM package, the XLamp XM-L2 LED is the highest-performing, commercially-available, single-die Features Available in white, 80-CRI white, 85-CRI white, and 90-CRI white ANSI-compatible chromaticity bins Binned at 85ºC Reflow solderable - JEDEC J-STD-020C Electrically neutral thermal path Specifications Maximum drive current: 3000mA Originally Posted by BeastFlashlight When do u guys think XML3 will come out? Big Beam Shots Trail Beam Shots Reply With Quote 05-08-2013,08:17 PM #7 ROB21 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Unenlightened Join Date Feb 2012 Posts 16 Re: what's
Related Search Links Contact Us Development @ Github RStudio Support RStudio Website R-bloggers Categories Featured News Packages R Markdown RStudio Connect RStudio IDE rstudio::conf Security Shiny shinyapps.io tidyverse Training Uncategorized Archives XM-L2 is just the 3rd gen SiC product, but nothing fundamentally different on that front. Is the lumen-per-dollar point related to what it currently costs Cree to make one device compared to the other, or is it a bit of a spurious PR thing - a
Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent - check your email addresses! xml2 has a very simple class hierarchy so don't need to think about exactly what type of object you have, xml2 will just do the right thing. If notice any problems (including crashes), please try the development version, and if that doesn’t work, file an issue. Reload to refresh your session.
Originally Posted by AJ Botha So with a direct to copper board the insulating layer will only be beneath the solder pads and not beneath the heat pad in the middle? LED Flashlights Incandescent Flashlights Headlamps Flashlight Electronics - Batteries Included Smoke and Fire, Hot Cells and Close Calls - The dangerous side of batteries Spotlights and HID Flashlights Flashlight collecting Flashlight Reply With Quote 06-26-2013,12:09 AM #29 RoGuE_StreaK View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Flashaholic* Join Date Apr 2010 Location Brisbane, Australia Posts 611 Re: what's the difference between XML2 20% higher than XML on the brightness, and the encapsulaiton is different Reply With Quote 05-08-2013,12:30 PM #5 BeastFlashlight View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Flashaholic* Join
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