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  Inches per second - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In sound recording, magnetic tape speed is often quoted in inches per second (abbreviated ips) for historical reasons.
One inch per second is equal to 0.0254 metres per second (2.54 cm/s).
The second most common speed for pre-recorded reel to reel tapes.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Inches_per_second   (432 words)

  
 Units: I
100% IACS represents a conductivity of 58 megasiemens per meter (MS/m); this is equivalent to a resistivity of 1/58 ohm per meter for a wire one square millimeter in cross section.
The inch was originally defined in England in two ways: as the length of three barleycorns laid end to end, or as the width of a man's thumb at the base of the nail.
The conventional equivalent of one inch of mercury is 0.491 153 pounds per square inch or 3.386 38 kilopascals (33.8638 millibars).
www.unc.edu /~rowlett/units/dictI.html   (1513 words)

  
 Speed of Audio Tape
The larger open reel-to-reel tapes typically run at 7 1/2 inches per second (19 cm/s) and 15 inches per second (38 cm/s) -- the later being the professional standard.
Wow is a relatively slow variation in the frequency of reproduced sound caused by slow speed variations in records, tape recorders, etc. Pitch fluctuations of one or two per second are classified as wow, while faster variations are called flutter.
Also, a minimum of 7 1/2 inches per second is required to physically cut or edit tape.
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 Emerson Process Management - CSI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The alarm limit is set at 0.250 inches per second and this motor showed a maximum vibration of 0.367 inches per second during normal monitoring operation.
This soft foot was corrected by inserting twelve thousandths (0.012 inches) of shim stock beneath the first stage drive side foot and three thousandths (0.003 inches) of shim stock beneath the second stage opposite drive side foot.
Second, this motor has a very weak support system, in that the support structure is not firmly anchored to the floor in all points and indicates definite movement during the normal operation of the system.
www.compsys.com /drknow/aplpapr.nsf/06b6f5a4de2eae6285256a3f004d9758/6e928c9a793b62aa852567ed005d13c1!OpenDocument   (9116 words)

  
 Video Signal Recording: Technical Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
There is one vertical sync pulse per field for a total of about 60 vertical sync pulses per second.
Tape to head speed for audio recording is 1 3/8 inches per second because the audio heads are stationary and only the tape is moving.
During playback, the tape is again moved through the VCR at 1 3/8 inches per second.
clem.mscd.edu /~redifer/vidrecord.htm   (2055 words)

  
 CLoverview
Another example would be telling the robot to go straight forward for a distance by setting the steering position to center, and the robot slowly veers off to the side and crashes into the wall again because the zero setting of the steering was not EXACTLY right.
The "input reference" is the signal sent to the controller saying, perhaps, proceed forward at 6 inches per second.
Or, in the speed control example above, if the reference speed is 6 inches per second, and the feedback signal indicates the robot is only moving at 5 ½ inches per second, the controller would see the error signal and increase the power to the motor.
members.cox.net /rbirac2/ControlLaws/cloverview.htm   (888 words)

  
 Barcode Printers and Bar Code Software at discount prices.
The printers generally have print speeds up to about 4 inches per second, are compact in size, and are available in either 2" or 4" print widths.
The printers generally have print speeds up to about 12 inches per second, are all metal construction, have internal re-winders, and can handle large diameter rolls of labels.
The printers generally have print speeds up to about 8 inches per second, are all metal construction, have internal re-winders, can handle large diameter rolls of labels, and have a 5" to 8½" print width.
www.scanpmi.com /printers   (273 words)

  
 C:\BELLBO~1\COMPUT~1\HTMFILES\00000072.HTM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
It shows that the first tape units started out at 75 inches per second and achieved a speed of 200 inches per second by 1973.
Although this amounts to only a 5 percent improvement per year in speed over a 21-year period, this is a rather impressive gain considering the physical mass movement problems involved.
The bit density (in bits per linear inch) has improved from 100 to 6,250 in the same period, for a factor of 62.5, or 23 percent per year.
research.microsoft.com /~gbell/Computer_Engineering/00000072.htm   (264 words)

  
 FLOW RATE CALCULATOR
Water is flowing at 36 inches per second and at a rate of 1.0472 cubic feet per second.
Enter 1.0472 in the in the flow rate box and choose cubic feet per second from its menu.
Enter 9 in the in the flow rate box and choose liters per second from its menu.
www.1728.com /flowrate.htm   (421 words)

  
 Lowry Thermal Printer Information
Inches per Second is how fast the printer can deliver the finished product after it has been imaged.
Dots per inch is basically just that, how many heating elements are within an inch of space.
Generally speaking, increasing the number of Dots Per Inch will increase print quality, but if you're only producing labels for shipping such as Compliance Labels, 203 will be sufficient.
www.lowrycomputer.com /products/printers/thermal.htm   (929 words)

  
 Allen-Bradley Safety Products
The ANSI standard value is 63 inches per second when the operator begins reaching toward the point of operation hazard from rest.
ANSI B11.19 1990 E4.2.3.3.5 states “The value of the hand speed constant, K, has been determined by various studies and although these studies indicate speeds of 63 inches/second to over 100 inches/ second, they are not conclusive determinations.
The POC 14 has an object sensitivity of 14mm (0.55 inches) and the POC 30 has an object sensitivity of 30mm (1.18 inches) The Dpf for the POC 14 is 0.93 inches and the Dpf for the POC 30 is 3.07 inches.
www.ab.com /safety/prod_directory/pres_sens_safe_devices/safety_light_curtains/how_to_calculate/ansi.html   (519 words)

  
 Balancing the Servo and the CPU
To understand the correlation between the IPM (Inches Per Minute) and CPR (Cycles per Revolution) you need to first understand some of the basics.
Encoders are rated in CPR or Cycles per Revolution, but because it needs to sense not only rotation but direction as well it has to read each cycle 4 times (quadrature).
In the second case the software and CPU is under utilized, but unless you paid a higher price for the software to get the higher pulse rate, you've wasted no additional money.
www.industrialhobbies.com /howto/tips/balancing_the_servo_and_the_cpu.htm   (809 words)

  
 Chain Rule in Leibniz Notation
In order to inflate a spherical balloon in such a way that the radius is increases at a constant rate of 2 inches per second, then when the radius is one foot, the air must be pumped into the balloon at a rate of approximately 2.094 cubic feet per second.
If air is being pumped into a spherical balloon at a constant rate of 4 cubic feet per second and the radius is one foot, then the radius is increasing at a rate of approximately 0.318 feet per second, or about 3.820 inches per second.
This is approximately equal to a rate of increase of 34.38 inches per hour.
oregonstate.edu /instruct/mth251/Jwlee/cq/Stage6/Lesson/chainLeibniz.html   (993 words)

  
 Untitled
The angular speed remains the same whether the fly is 1 inch or 3 inches from the center: 45 revolutions per minute.
This is 90 pi / 60 radians per second = 1.5 pi radians per second.
Develop a formula for the half life of a substance that is decaying at the rate of r per year.
www.gomath.com /Questions/p416.html   (539 words)

  
 Synrad Applications Newsletter
Although Bronze is a highly reflective material, we were able to cut the 0.028” thick mesh using a Synrad 240W CO laser and 40psi Oxygen assist gas at a speed of 7 inches per minute.
We were able to increase the cutting speed to 32 inches per minute by simply placing a 0.01” thick sheet of paper on top of the mesh.
Using a 125W laser, FH Marking head, and 200mm lens, the engraved marks (approximately 10mm high) were created at a speed of 25 inches per second using a resolution of 250dpi, with a cycle time of 4.7 seconds.
www.synrad.com /newsletter/0207/Issue41.htm   (343 words)

  
 Barcode-Store.com - Your Sato Barcode Printer Solution Center
The GTe series printer by Sato comes with a fast printing speed of 12 inches per second and high-speed data transfer making the GTe the fastest thermal barcode printer in its calss.
The CT 400 prints at 203 dpi at speeds of up to 6-inches per second and the CT 410 prints at 305 dpi at up to 4-inches per second..
You will receive crisp, superior quality 203 dpi resolution images at speeds up to 10 inch per second on 5 inch wide labels that can be up to 49.2 inch long.
www.barcode-store.com /sato.cfm   (617 words)

  
 Optical Mark Readers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The ACP-2600 reader is configured with 4 threaded mounting inserts at the base of the transport for securing the unit in the terminal.
The ACP-2600 reader is designed to operate at 18 inches per second when scanning and approximately 2 inches per second when printing.
3.25 inches (82.55 mm) wide thermal paper without timing track marks with the first column containing a 12 channel conditioning bar (centered) and up to 5 columns of pre-printed data (60 bits of data).
www.omrsys.com /gaming_acp2600.htm   (645 words)

  
 Coral Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Now if you recall your flow is inches^3 per second it should be simple to figer the velocity.
Now, how I got the.5 inches per second and 60 seconds was by looking at every skimmer on the market and seeing what there rates where.
I got a range of.5-1 inch per second and a contact time of 30-60 seconds given the type of the skimmer.
www.coralforum.com /about7736.html   (859 words)

  
 Synrad Applications Newsletter
The ten character barcode was marked at a speed of 100 inches per second with a resolution of 425 dpi resulting in a cycle time of 3.8 seconds.
The weld was made at a speed of 50 inches per minute using 200W of laser power and Argon as the shield gas.
The cuts were made at a speed of 1900 inches per minute using 200W in the direction of the fl weave.
www.synrad.com /newsletter/0207-2/Issue42.htm   (320 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
To simplify further, a rule of thumb is that the "type" is fairly close to to inches per second sink rate so for example, a type 3 line sinks at around 3 inches per second.
If you want a shooting head that sinks at 6 inches per second for a 5wt, you would purchase a type 6 7wt.
As for shooting lines, Amnesia is a favorite to many but it virtually requires a line management device of some sort (aka a bucket or stippping basket to stip your line into) However there are lots of more user friendly shooting lines out there that you can experiment with.
www.danblanton.com /viewmessage.php?id=43052   (365 words)

  
 EuroSoft
Up to 12 inches per second print speed.
Up to 7 inches per second print speed.
Up to 4 inches per second print speed.
eurosoft-leeds.com /printers_ribbons.php   (193 words)

  
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As for "100 inches," the question is, "100 inches per what?" At 100 inches per second, a bicycle would be traveling 8-
feet per second or only 5.68 miles per hour, which is quite slow -- and curiously not variable, as if the bicycle were built for that one solitary "speed."
Now multiply by the diameter of your rear wheel, which is usually 27 inches.
www.niquette.com /puzzles/bikesps.htm   (641 words)

  
 WIDECOM - Large & Wide format Scanners , Plotters & Copiers.
Mono : 4/2 inches per second at 200/400 dpi
Gray : 4/2 inches per second at 200/400 dpi
Mono : 8/4 inches per second at 200/400 dpi
www.widecom.com /scanners.htm   (392 words)

  
 Click here for Datamax Printers
Datamax M-4206 Direct Thermal-Thermal Transfer Printer (203 dpi (dots per inch), 4.25 Inch Print Width, 6 ips (inches per second) Print Speed, Serial, Parallel and USB Interfaces, 4MB DRAM and 2MB Flash)Cabinet is plastic construction with clear side window to monitor media supply levels.
2"-8" ips (inches per second), 203 dpi(dots per inch), media is 1"-4.65" wide, print length is 0.25"-99" long.
Datamax I-4308 direct thermal and thermal transfer printer, 300 dpi (dots per inch), 2-8 ips (inches per second), min/max media width 1"-4.65", takes labels on a roll with 1.5"-3" core & 8" OD as well as fanfold, metal construction with a clear media side door.
www.elabeling.com /dapr.html   (1466 words)

  
 Construction Specialities
Only 6 1/4 inches of side clearance and 3 3/4 inches of frontal projection required.
Available in 32-ounce vinyl or 2-ply monofilament Rilon material, which is laterally stiff to stay taut while the door is closed, yet vertically pliable for easy roll-up.
Standard two speed motor opens door at 7 feet per second.
www.construction-specialties.com /Seccion5/epuertasrapidas.htm   (673 words)

  
 Label Rewinder, Label Unwinder, Dispenser, Applicator
A label rewinder with simple operation: Rewind label speed up to 10 inches per second, Industrial Strength, Label widths from 1" to 4", Automatic speed control, Winds labels "In" or "Out", Auto switching universal power supply, 100-250 Volts, 47-63 Hz.
Rewind label speed up to 24 inches per second, Industrial Strength, Label widths from 1" to 9", Automatic speed control, Winds labels "In" or "Out", Auto switching universal power supply, 100-250 Volts, 47-63 Hz.
They are capable of rewinding label rolls up to 4 1/2 -inches wide (5-inches for MC-11), up to 8.6-inches in diameter at speeds up to 10-ips (inches per second).
www.eversio.com /barcode_printers/label_rewinders.html   (538 words)

  
 Integrated Fire Door Assemblies by Edwards Door Systems
With an opening speed of up to five feet per second, the Spiral door offers the speed you need for high-traffic situations.
Opens at up to 60 inches per second and closes at 30 inches per second.
With an opening speed of up to 100 inches per second, the Spiral HS improves traffic flow in high-paced production and warehousing environments.
www.edwardsdoors.com /rubberdoors.html   (1315 words)

  
 Delta College 2005-2006 Online Catalog   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Calculate angular velocity as radians per minute and radians per second, respectively when given angular velocity or angular acceleration as revolutions per minute or revolutions per minute squared respectively
Calculate as revolutions per minute or revolutions per minute squared, respectively when given angular velocity or angular acceleration as radians per second or radians per second squared
Calculate linear velocity as inches per second, feet per second, inches per minute, and meters per second when given linear velocity as feet per minute
www.delta.edu /catalog/outcomes.asp?CourseActionID=1694   (1416 words)

  
 Datamax W-8306 Wide Web Printer
The three models are also backed by one of the strongest warranties in the industry, five-years or 4 million inches on the printer which covers all parts and labor, and 1 year or 1 million linear inches on the print heads.
The W-6208 can print a 6x6 inch-wide 203 dpi image at 8 inches per second; the W-6308, a 6x4 inch wide 300 dpi image at 8 inches per second; and the W-8306, an 8.5 inch wide 300 dpi image at 6 inches per second.
All of the printers are equipped with an adjustable-contrast LCD front-panel display that allows operators to select media, speed and temperature settings as well as network connectivity options.
www.dataid.com /datamaxw8306.htm   (333 words)

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