Equipped with a heavy-duty, steel auger with 2 rubber blades, the iON moves up to 495 pounds of snow per minute, clearing a path 18-inches wide by 8-inches deep with each pass.
Featuring a 180° auto-rotate chute that rotates instantly with the push of a switch, the iON lets you throw snow up to 20 feet in the direction you want it to go.
For nighttime snow removal, the iON has an integrated LED headlight that quickly switches on to increase visibility.
Plus, the rubber scraper bar at the base of the unit lets you clear right to the ground without damaging your deck or pavement.
Compared to heavier gas and electric-powered units, the iON weighs only 32 lbs so you can easily hoist it onto your snow-filled deck to clear out fast.
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Powered by EcoSharp®technology, Snow Joe’s® patent-pending rechargeable 40-volt lithium-ion battery system, the iON delivers up to 50 minutes of whisper-quiet run time with zero carbon emissions for cleaner air.
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Knowing how fast a player pitches or runs can instantly influence a coaching decision.
The Bushnell Velocity is outfitted with digital signal processing technology, which can measure the speed of a baseball from up to 90 feet, or a moving vehicle from as far as 1,500 feet.
The Velocity is also a breeze to use, with a point-and-shoot pistol grip that displays the fastest speed timed once the trigger is released.
A large LCD display makes it easy to read the speed.
The Velocity Speed Gun will measure the relative speed of a target as it moves towards or away from the Speed Gun.
If you move either right or left of the target, the displayed speed readings will become progressively less accurate, with the indicated speed decreasing as you move off this centerline.
Be sure to use only fresh, alkaline “C” batteries in the Velocity Speed Gun, both inserted positive (tip) end first, with the negative end of each battery facing you (towards the battery cover).
Enter the Bushnell Velocity speed gun, which tells you the speed of an object within plus-or-minus 1 mile per hour.
As a result, it’s a breeze to take a player’s 40 time or measure the speed of a tennis serve.
The Bushnell Velocity radar gun offers easy point-and-shoot operation that can be used for tracking everything from race cars to pitching speeds.
Specifications: Baseball/softball/tennis range: 10 to 110 mph (90 feet away) Auto racing range: 10 to 200 mph (1,500 feet away) Accuracy: +/- 1 mph Dimensions: 4.
If the target is in a direct line, the measured speed will be accurate within +/- 1 mph.
This happens due to the “Cosine Effect”, common to all Doppler based radar devices.
4 by 6 inches (W x H x D) Weight: 19 ounces Warranty: 2 years Operating Tips: To ensure accurate speed readings, be sure to keep your target’s direction of travel in a direct line with the speed gun, and not perpendicular.
The Makita 18V Compact Lithium-Ion Cordless Vacuum Kit, model XLC02RB1W, is a compact and powerful cordless vacuum with strong suction for fast and efficient cleaning.
The XLC02RB1W is a kit and includes the fast-charging 18V Compact Lithium-Ion battery and efficient Rapid Optimum Charger.
Makita 18V Lithium-Ion batteries have the fastest charge times in their categories, so they spend more time working and less time sitting on the charger.
At only 18-3/4″ in length this compact vacuum can be used as a “hand-vac”, or with the floor nozzle extension for floors, carpets, and hard-to-reach spaces.
It’s part of Makita’s expanding 18V Lithium-Ion series, the world’s largest cordless tool line-up powered by an 18V Lithium-Ion slide-style battery.
For improved tool performance and extended battery life, Makita created Star Protection Computer Controls.
For increased versatility, the tool can also be powered by Makita 18V LXT and Compact Lithium-Ion batteries with the star symbol on the battery indicating Star Protection inside.
Star Protection is communication technology that allows the Star Protection-equipped tool and battery to exchange data in real time and monitor conditions during use to protect against overloading, over-discharging and overheating.
These reviewers were among thousands of potential users approached by the publisher and asked to share their expertise and experience in radar training and instruction.
Written and edited by world-renowned radar instructors and critically reviewed by users before publication, this is truly a radar community-driven book.
The manuscript for this book was reviewed by over 50 professionals in academia, military, and commercial enterprises.
Their extensive comments, corrections, and insights ensure that Principles of Modern Radar will meet the needs of modern radar educators and students around the world.
Principles of Modern Radar: Basic Principles is a comprehensive and modern textbook for courses in radar systems and technology at the college senior and graduate student level; a professional training textbook for formal in-house courses for new hires; a reference for ongoing study following a radar short course; and a self-study and professional reference book.
Principles of Modern Radar focuses on four key areas: Basic concepts, such as the the radar range equation and threshold detection Radar signal phenomenology, such as radar cross section models, clutter, atmospheric effects, and Doppler effects Descriptions of all major subsystems of modern radars, such as the antenna, transmitter, receiver, including modern architectural elements such as exciters, and advanced signal processors Signal and data processing basics, from digital signal processing (DSP) fundamentals, through detection, Doppler processing, waveforms and pulse compression, basic imaging concepts, and tracking fundamentals.
While several established books address introductory radar systems, Principles of Modern Radar differs from these in its breadth of coverage, its emphasis on current methods (without losing sight of bedrock principles), and its adoption of an appropriate level of quantitative rigor for the intended audience of students and new professional hires.