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Microsoft Word - WEEEguidancefinaldraftrev1.doc

Microsoft Word - WEEEguidancefinaldraftrev1.doc

…to: · equipment intended specifically to protect the UK national interest and for a military purpose, e.g arms, munitions and war material. · filament light bulbs · household luminaires · large-scale stationary industrial tools · implanted medical equipment and infected medical equipment at…

Microsoft Word - WEEEguidancefinaldraftrev1.doc

Microsoft Word - WEEEguidancefinaldraftrev1.doc

…metal halide lamps Low pressure sodium lamps Other lighting or equipment for the purpose of spreading or controlling light with the exception of filament bulbs 6. Electrical and electronic tools (with the exception of large-scale stationary industrial tools) Drills Saws Sewing machines Equipment for…

Microsoft Word - WEEEguidancefinaldraftrev1.doc

Microsoft Word - WEEEguidancefinaldraftrev1.doc

…Automatic dispensers Covered by a specific exemption? Intended for a specific national security and/or military purpose Luminaires in households Filament light bulbs Large-scale stationary industrial tools Implanted or infected medical products No Not coveredLess than 1,000v AC or 1,500v DC? No Not…

finalwee.pdf

finalwee.pdf

…metal halide lamps Low pressure sodium lamps Other lighting or equipment for the purpose of spreading or controlling light with the exception of filament bulbs 6. Electrical and electronic tools (with the exception of large-scale stationary industrial tools) Drills Saws Sewing machines Equipment for…

Euro Photonics - Summer 2013

Euro Photonics - Summer 2013

…Coherent). As shown schematically in Figure 3, the laser is focused, and the high intensity from the picosecond pulse creates a filament within the material. The filament extends through the glass thickness, leaving a thin defect line or crack. Importantly, this ultrafast laser method delivers the…

Euro Photonics - Summer 2013

Euro Photonics - Summer 2013

…the interatomic bonds. Their ultrashort pulse duration also serves to minimize any peripheral heating effects. Courtesy of Coherent. Figure 3. Filament cutting allows strengthened glass to be cut in a single pass as shown here (a) schematically; (b) shows magnified details of the high quality of…

finalwee.pdf

finalwee.pdf

…amendments which are necessary in order to adapt Article 7(3), Annex IB, (in particular with a view to possibly adding luminaires in households, filament bulbs and photovoltaic products, i.e. solar panels), Annex II (in particular taking into account new technical developments for the treatment of…

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…timing of the processes is shown in Figure 5. The electron beam was gated by switching the extraction voltage of the electron gun. The cathode filament was operated continuously at typically 6 V and 20 µA. At 12 µs after enabling the electron beam extraction voltage, the electron beam was switched…

Highlights No. 61 | 24.10.QXP

Highlights No. 61 | 24.10.QXP

…from solid targets, avoiding all plasma-related drawbacks. Such a source is schematically shown in Fig. 1. Electrons are generated by a tungsten filament (cathode) and accelerated in a high-voltage electric field towards a solid target (anode). Compared to a conventional x-ray tube, in the "EUV…

Highlights No. 61 | 24.10.QXP

Highlights No. 61 | 24.10.QXP

…electron irradiation. In the current EUV tube setup, the spot area determined by this method is 0.6 mm2 and has an elliptical shape due to the filament geometry and the oblique incidence of the electrons onto the target. Tube currents of 1.5 mA with no damage is observed at even longer operation…

Bio Photonics - September 2015

Bio Photonics - September 2015

…the sample. Multiple, simultaneous laser wavelengths As has been noted, the mechanisms controlling the binding of regulatory proteins to actin filaments are quite complex. To better understand these processes, the Mullins Lab increasingly has been using sophisticated, multiwavelength TIRF-based…

Bio Photonics - September 2015

Bio Photonics - September 2015

…the sample. Multiple, simultaneous laser wavelengths As has been noted, the mechanisms controlling the binding of regulatory proteins to actin filaments are quite complex. To better understand these processes, the Mullins Lab increasingly has been using sophisticated, multiwavelength TIRF-based…

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