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  Vernier Software & Technology
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  CUPOL: Vernier Caliper
A vernier caliper (or vernier) is a common tool used in laboratories and industries to accurately determine the fraction part of the least count division.
The vernier is a convenient tool to use when measuring the length of an object, the outer diameter (OD) of a round or cylindrical object, the inner diameter (ID) of a pipe, and the depth of a hole.
This vernier's main scale is calibrated in centimeters with the smallest division in millimeters.
phoenix.phys.clemson.edu /labs/cupol/vernier/index.html   (524 words)

 JQR 131.02 Vernier Caliper, Feeler and Telescoping Gage Training
The vernier caliper is a precision instrument that is made to measure in thousandths of an inch.
The vernier scale is attached to a movable jaw that matches the fixed jaw and slides along the main scale bar.
Vernier calipers are also available with dial indicators and even digital liquid crystal display (LCD) heads which do not require interpolation (direct reading) and some convert to metric at the touch of a button.
www.uiitraining.com /b51a/100/13102vernier_caliper,etc.htm   (1050 words)

 VERNIER   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This means that the distance between the first mark on the vernier and the first space on the scale; the distance between the nest two marks will be equal to 2/10 of a space on the scale and son on.
Consequently, if the zero point of the vernier is shifted to the right 1/10 of a space on the scale, the first mark on the vernier will be directly opposite the first mark on the scale.
This means that the zero point of the vernier is 4/10 of the distance between the fifth and sixth marks on the scale.
www.scottdesignsundials.com /html/vernier.html   (489 words)

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Vernier scales are found on a wide range of instruments.
The vernier consists of 50 divisions, meaning that 0.1 cm is divided into 50 parts and the final least count is 0.1 cm/50 = 0.002 cm = 1/50 mm.
A reading of 1.6 from the vernier really means 0.016 cm which is added to the main scale reading to give the final diameter of 3.216 cm.
www.rit.edu /~uphysics/VernierCaliper/caliper.html   (953 words)

 Network Access Control & Policy Compliance - Vernier Networks Products & Solutions
Vernier Networks is the only company in the market today to provide this complete “NAC Lifecycle” of services across a range of purpose built platforms for wired, wireless, remote access, and guest/visitor network deployments.
Vernier’s Validation capabilities provide a non-intrusive “agentless” method for fully scanning the endpoint to ensure that it is in compliance with all appropriate IT policies.
Once the user identity is known and the endpoint is determined to be compliant, the Vernier NAC solution factors in any remaining policies (source location, time of day, etc.) for tailoring access to the network and letting traffic be transmitted to the appropriate destinations.
www.verniernetworks.com /products-and-solutions/products_and_solutions.html   (828 words)

 Vernier scale   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In spite of years of experience, instrument makers have never found it possible to assemble the circle and verniers onto the instrument bearings with as geat accuracy as can be obtained in the engraving of the scales themselves.
The mark on the vernier scale which most nearly coincides with a corresponding mark on the main scale represents the vernier reading (using the vernier scale numbers, of course).
Since the scale is divided into half degrees and used with a vernier numbered from 0' to 30', it will be necessary to add 30 minutes to the vernier reading when the vernier scale index reads against the second half degree interval on the main scale.
physics.usask.ca /~angie/ep421/lab1/vernier.htm   (279 words)

 Vernier scale Summary
The vernier was ahead of its time for in the seventeenth century survey instruments were not precise enough to require the detail that the vernier could provide.
Verniers are common on sextants, scientific instuments and machinists' measuring tools (all sorts, but especially calipers and micrometers) and on theodolites.
Now if you move the vernier by a small amount say one tenth of its fixed main scale, the only pair of marks which come into alignment will be the first pair since these were the only ones originally misaligned by one tenth.
www.bookrags.com /Vernier_scale   (974 words)

 Visual Acuity ↔ Hyperacuity
The vernier and the Landolt C are redrawn with random directions.
For me, at reading distance, vernier resolution is ≈0.05 pixel, while I cannot recognize the Landolt C below ≈0.5 pixel gap size (the absolute limit depends on the distance, on your eyes and your visual display unit).
Vernier acuity is also called hyperacuity, because its resolution is 5-10× higher than that of visual acuity.
www.michaelbach.de /ot/lum_hyperacuity/index.html   (490 words)

Two such instruments that are based on a vernier scale which you will use in the laboratory to measure lengths of objects are the vernier callipers and the micrometer screw gauge.
The main scale reading is the first reading on the main scale immediately to the left of the zero of the vernier scale (3 mm), while the vernier scale reading is the mark on the vernier scale which exactly coincides with a mark on the main scale (0.7 mm).
The vernier calipers found in the laboratory incorporates a main scale and a sliding vernier scale which allows readings to the nearest 0.02 mm.
www.phy.uct.ac.za /courses/c1lab/vernier1.html   (1141 words)

 Vernier biography
Being born in Franche-Comté (Free Country) meant that Vernier (and his father) were involved, not with the government of France but with that of Spain.
Vernier became a government official holding various positions such as military engineer for the Hapsburgs and director general of the treasury in Dole and Besançon, the capital of Franche- Comté.
It has two graduated scales, a main scale like a ruler and a second scale, the vernier, that slides parallel to the main scale and enables readings to be made to a fraction of a division on the main scale.
www-history.mcs.st-and.ac.uk /history/Biographies/Vernier.html   (381 words)

 Vernier Networks Wireless Security   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Vernier Networks, a leader in Network Access Control (NAC) solutions since 2001, provides the most comprehensive suite of in-line products on the market today that protect organisations against security threats and unauthorised use of their network infrastructure.
After the endpoint has been identified in the Authenticate phase, the Vernier NAC solution can accurately determine the state of the endpoint system from which the user is attempting to access the network.
The Vernier Networks EdgeWall 8800 is the first in a family of high-performance Network Access Control (NAC) platforms which is ideally suited for the most demanding Enterprise environments in need of stringent user access control, threat protection and ensuring policy compliance....
www.gss.co.uk /products/index/Wireless_Security/Vernier_Networks   (994 words)

 How to read a vernier scale--using verniers
The vernier "0" is between 30.4 cm (304mm) and 30.5 cm (305mm).
Likewise, for the inch vernier, to read to 0.001", one must have 50 graduations on the vernier over 49 spaces of 1/20" (or 0.05") graduations on the true (or main) scale (1/50 x 1/20 =.001").
"0" on the vernier is between 12.000" and 12.050" on the true scale.
www.schlenkent.com /vernier.htm   (399 words)

 ISP Planet - Fixed Wireless - Business - Vernier Networks' Strange Convergence
The chief technology officer of Vernier Networks expects that all computer users will be wireless, data networks will have borrowed a page from cell phone companies to run customer premise access nodes, and Vernier's technology will be the foundation of this new world order as a dominant security architecture.
Vernier makes equipment designed to do just that, and investor optimism is rooted in the belief that today's average $100,000 Vernier installation will, in the future, become a more ambitious $1,000,000 installation.
ARINC's story puts Vernier's ISP pitch in perspective—after all, ISPs running wireless POPs or extending their access portfolio with wireless access options would be expected to provide some degree of security and QoS, especially if business customers are a target audience.
www.isp-planet.com /fixed_wireless/business/2003/vernier.html   (935 words)

 The Open Door Web Site : IB Physics : Measurements : The VERNIER Scale   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A Vernier scale is a small, moveable scale placed next to the main scale of a measuring instrument.
Notice that 10 divisions of the Vernier scale have the same length as 9 divisions of the main scale.
Hence, the level of precision of an instrument which has a Vernier scale depends on the difference between the size of the smallest division on the main scale and the size of the smallest division on the Vernier scale.
www.saburchill.com /physics/chapters/0095.html   (450 words)

 Vernier Micrometers
The fourth decimal place in ten-thousandths of an inch (0.0001") is obtained by reading the vernier lines on the sleeve.
One of the lines on the thimble will align with one of the vernier lines on the upper portion of the sleeve.
Reading the vernier portion involves some judgment on the part of the reader.
regentsprep.org /Regents/math/tools/microm.htm   (227 words)

 Reading a Vernier
The 0 line on the vernier lines up at 756 on the scale, but the 10 line on the vernier lines up at 765 on the scale.
Thus the distance between the divisions on the vernier are 90% of the distance between the divisions on the scale.
The Java applet to simulate the vernier caliper was written by Fu-Kwan Hwang, Department of Physics, National Taiwan Normal Univ., and is used by permission.
www.upscale.utoronto.ca /PVB/Harrison/Vernier/Vernier.html   (617 words)

 ScienceDaily: Infant Vernier Acuity Is Comparable To That Of Adults
Vernier acuity is tested by viewing nearly collinear stripes with varying amounts of spatial phase displacement between them and measuring an individual's ability to gauge the displacement between the stripes.
The vernier acuity of the infants and adults was then tested under the same conditions as the contrast discrimination had been tested.
The similarity of infant and adult vernier acuity suggests that vernier acuity might be a sensitive test for strabismic amblyopia and other visual disorders that normally must be diagnosed using an eye chart.
www.sciencedaily.com /releases/2005/05/050528145844.htm   (807 words)

 Vernier and Texas Instruments Make Data Collection Affordable with EasyLink™ for TI Graphing Calculators by Texas ...
Vernier EasyData is also compatible for use with CBL 2™, the Vernier LabPro® and the CBR 2™ data collection systems.
Vernier Software and Technology has been an innovator of data-collection technology for more than 20 years and has provided an award-winning, data-collection interface for calculators through a partnership with Texas Instruments for over 10 years.
Vernier's easy-to-use and affordable science interfaces, sensors, software and curriculum, can be found in education from middle school to college.
education.ti.com /educationportal/sites/US/nonProductSingle/about_press_release_news65.html   (556 words)

 Vernier Scales   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In parts a, b and c, the Vernier scale is on top and the standard scale is on the bottom.
I would estimate that the 0-mark on the Vernier scale is one-tenth of the way between the marks on the Standard scale.
Note that however far the Vernier scale slides, the position of the 0-mark of the Vernier scale will be indicated by the number of the Vernier mark that lines up with a mark on the Standard scale.
dl.clackamas.cc.or.us /ch104-02/vernier.htm   (454 words)

 HOW TO USE THE VERNIER CALIPERS   (Site not responding. Last check: )
    The vernier calipers are used to make accurate measurements of both “outside” and “inside” dimensions of objects by using both fixed scales and a vernier scale on a sliding piece.
Look at the position of the vernier scale in relation to the fixed scale as seen in the window of the slide.
The measurement will be the total of that part of the fixed scale to the left of the vernier scale plus that number of divisions of the vernier scale that are to the left of the position where the two scales most nearly line up.
classroom.sdmesa.net /mcrivello/vernier.htm   (342 words)

 Vernier Networks' Network Admission Management Solution Reduces Intrustion Risks
Vernier now supports single sign-on based on the 802.1x standard, which allows for the seamless use of wired and wireless networks.
Vernier’s proven network security solutions and wireless LAN security solutions operate today in thousands of networks for hundreds of customer worldwide, and have received numerous awards including InfoWorld’s 2004 Technology of the Year Award and the 2003 Product of the Year Award from Network Magazine.
Vernier is a privately held company headquartered in Mountain View, Calif. and can be found on the Web at http://www.verniernetworks.com.
www.toprankresults.com /pr-vernier-network-admission-culvercity.htm   (846 words)

 Charles Vernier ( - ) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Charles Vernier, Actualites: Nanterre cherchant a soustraire..., 1858
Charles Vernier, Les Grisettes - Un homme veritablement aimable., 1858
Charles Vernier, Les Agacants et les Agaces: Le Chapeau du Tyran..., 1856
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 Adaptive Network Security Solutions from Vernier
The Vernier ASP is the industry's first adaptive network security solution that enables health care organizations to meet stringent HIPAA requirements while assuring continuous, secure network availability on their wired and wireless networks.
The Vernier adaptive network security solution provides five layers of network security, designed to provide enterprises with the most rigorous and stringent security controls for their wired and wireless networks.
Vernier’s Adaptive Security Platform (ASP) proactively protects enterprise networks from increasingly complex attacks, actively resolves intrusions, while continually adapting network security policy to protect against future threats and provide complete worm and virus protection.
www.toprankresults.com /pr_vernier-adaptive-network-security-healthcare.htm   (911 words)

 SearchSecurity.com | Vernier Networks Security Resource Center
Vernier Networks offers the industry's only clientless network access management products that enable enterprises to assure business continuity.
Deployed at the network edge, Vernier's EdgeWall security appliance provides comprehensive network access management to defend against intrusions and attacks on the network by screening users and devices, restricting access, inspecting traffic for worms and viruses, and enforcing access policy.
Unlike desktop-based solutions that rely on end-user integrity, Vernier offers an integrated network-based endpoint security solution that keeps security and access control in the hands of the IT department and does not require expensive and hard to manage desktop software.
searchsecurity.techtarget.com /vernierLandingPage/0,296012,sid14,00.html   (749 words)

 Dark Reading - Application and Perimeter Security - Vernier Branches Out - Security News Wire
The Vernier EdgeWall 8800 is the first NAC platform to be able to detect policy compliance violations at layers 4 through 7 in real time, identify the user associated with this traffic, and immediately quarantine and remediate their endpoint device.
By working with global technology leaders for remediation, policy enforcement, compliance management and reporting, Vernier enables organizations to authenticate users and endpoints, validate security compliance, restrict network access to only authorized resources, inspect traffic for worms, spyware, or malicious behavior once the user is on the network, and enforce remediation policies in the network.
Vernier is leveraging Cavium’s OCTEONTM Multi-core MIPS64® processors to deliver extensive packet processing, L4-L7 security acceleration, and the flexibility to quickly innovate using an industry standard Linux based programming model.
www.darkreading.com /document.asp?doc_id=93751&WT.svl=wire_1   (1457 words)

 Vernier Threat Labs   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Vernier Threat Labs is a 24/7 service that delivers continuous threat monitoring, detection, risk assessment and Threat Filter creation for threat mitigation against the latest application threats including viruses, worms and malicious attack signatures to completely protect applications, the network and users.
Vernier develops filters to block worms and viruses from propagating throughout the network.
The Vernier Threat Labs staff develop the signature filter, test it thoroughly to assure it mitigates the worm or virus, then the Threat Lab distributes it to all Vernier Threat Lab subscribers.
www.vnthreatlabs.com /about   (342 words)

 Vernier Embraces Clientless Authentication - Security - IT Channel News by CRN and VARBusiness
Vernier Networks has responded by developing a series of fully integrated all-in-one hardware and software network appliances that start protecting at the edge of the network.
Vernier’s approach encourages companies to move away from prevention and defense provided by agents installed at the desktop or server level and relies instead on clientless, network access hardware and software technology that scans, blocks, quarantines and protects.
Vernier, which bills itself as 100 percent channel-focused company, said solution providers can expect to see 30 percent margins on Vernier products and up to 35 percent on support services.
www.crn.com /security/166401146   (715 words)

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