TriMet to phase out paper, mobile app tickets by New Year’s Day | News

PORTLAND, OR (KPTV) – Starting in 2020, TriMet riders will not be able to use paper or mobile app tickets. Dec. 31 will be the last time you can use the old-style paper tickets or mobile app tickets. After then, riders will have to use the Hop Fastpass card. The transition to the Hop Fastpass card has been going on for months, but now riders have only until the end of December to exchange paper tickets at the TriMet ticket office at Pioneer Courthouse Square, or mail in the old tickets and get the value put on a Hop Fastpass card. “So now is the time for people to check throughout the house junk drawer in the kitchen or old backpack you shoved into the closet. Anywhere you may have squirreled away some of these old TriMet tickets,” said TriMet spokesperson Roberta Altstadt. ⁦@trimet⁩ wants to remind you that the old tickets are only good until 12/31. They actually made confetti out of some of the old tickets that have already been exchanged for the new HOP cards. #fox12Oregon pic.twitter.com/2uKD5k7CuX TriMet says the new Hop Fastpass cards save riders money because they only pay for the rides they take. To mark the agency’s 50th year, TriMet will random...

Singapore’s Neuron Mobility raises $18.5M to bring its electric scooters to more international markets

Neuron Mobility, a Singapore-based startup, has closed an $18.5 million financing round as it looks to scale its e-scooter startup in international markets — a month after the nation introduced difficult regulatory changes. The new financing round, dubbed Series A, was funded by GSR Ventures, a venture capital firm that was the first institutional investor in Chinese ride-hailing giant DiDi Chuxing, and Square Peg, Australia’s largest venture capital firm. Existing investors SeedPlus and SEEDS Capital also participated in the round. The three-year-old startup has raised about $23.5 million to date. Neuron Mobility, which began its journey in Singapore, operates an eponymous e-scooter rental platform. In recent years and quarters, Neuron has expanded to cities in Malaysia, Thailand, Australia and New Zealand. Neuron’s e-scooters are affordable in every market where they are available. In Brisbane, Australia, for instance, anyone can begin a trip with a Neuron bike by paying one Australian Dollar (68 U.S. cents) and then 38 Australian cents for each minute of the ride, Zachary Wang, co-founder and chief executive of Neuron, told TechCrunch in an interview. These electric scooters ...

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Trolley-Mounted Anesthesia Machine- Global Market 2020 Gross margin, Increasing Demands, Production Cost Analysis, and Forecast 2025

The Global Trolley-Mounted Anesthesia Machine Market research report is a painstakingly created study coupled with valuable and detailed information based on the global Trolley-Mounted Anesthesia Machine industry. The report intends to deliver insightful details of market structure, history, scope, and potential. It also analyzes the highly important facets such as competitive scenario, segments, sub-segments, and leading competitors. Market dynamics, driving factors, limitations, and restraints are heavily emphasized in the report as that have been considered the most influential factors in the global Trolley-Mounted Anesthesia Machine industry. The report additionally explains how the market has been performing and what factors are influencing the market in terms of profitability and attractiveness. It also figures out futuristic estimations for market demand, production, and sales volume, and market development rate after examining historic and current market occurrences at a minute level. The report also discusses market association with its niche as well as peers and parent markets. The global Trolley-Mounted Anesthesia Machine industry also influences the international eco...

NanGuang has released a new trio of coloured tube lights that are pre-programmed with a range

NanGuang has released a new trio of coloured tube lights that are pre-programmed with a range of special effects. The new tube lights offer an adjustable colour temperature from 6500-2700K, as well as the choice of more than 360 static light colours on the RGB spectrum. Among the lighting effects programmed into the NanGuang light tubes are emergency services vehicle, candle light, lightning storm, SOS signal and two different types of continuous flickers. Other features include direct control dials on one end of the tube, a built-in 2.4G radio control and master / slave functions for synchronising multiple lights. Two the new NanGuang light tubes – the mid-range and top-end options – also include built-in rechargeable batteries. The smallest light, the NanGuang TRGB1208B, is 77cm long and 834g, priced at £329.94. It’s a 16W light with 400 LEDs and a maximum illumination of 1337 LM. 100w 150w 200w 250w Led High Bay Light The mid-range TRGB1412A is a 30W light with 750 LEDs and a maximum illumination of 2508 LM. It weighs 1.5kg and is 1.2m long, priced at £449.94. The top-end NanGuang TRGB1212B is a 32W light with a maximum illumination of 2675 LM and 800 LEDs. It measures 1.17m ...

Best New Makita Tools 2019 — Pushing Cordless Deeper

We just got back from the STAFDA convention in Nashville, Tennessee where we got to see some of the best new Makita tools coming out at the end of 2019 and into next year. Cordless is at the center of the conversation as both the construction and lawn care industries continue their marches toward lithium-ion freedom. Makita is on board with a cordless power cutter using a 9″ blade that gives you cutting up to 3.5″ deep. It uses the same 80mm brushless motor as their 1-9/16″ SDS-Max rotary hammer. They’re doing a couple of things different with this model. The big deal is that it has AFT—Anti-Feedback Technology. This senses a bind-up and stops the blade super-quick to help prevent injuries. It’s a big advantage when you’re cutting rebar or reinforced concrete. @makitatools XEC01 X2 36V 9-in #powercutter with Anti-Feedback Technology (AFT). Independent light, overload indicator, battery level meter, lock-off switch, integrated quick-connect water feed. May/June release with price around $899 (kit with two 5Ah batteries) #tools #toolsofthetrade #concretesaw #concretesawing #concreteconstruction #concretesawinganddrilling #toolsofthetrade #construction It’s finally here! Makita has...

By Patrick O’Halloran, chief engineer condition monitoring at City Power, Johannesburg, South Africa

By Patrick O’Halloran, chief engineer condition monitoring at City Power, Johannesburg, South Africa Medium voltage (MV) cable accessories have changed since our grandfathers terminated and jointed cables many years ago, having evolved to keep pace with the technology changes in switchgear and cable designs. In South Africa the main driving factors that changed the MV cable accessories are NRS 053/SABS 1332 and NRS 012 / SANS 876 and the introduction of compact MV switchgear. This article provides an overview of how MV cable terminations evolved and identifies the challenges that lie ahead for the South African industry (resistance to change, lack of skills and not understanding of new technologies). In the beginning, electrical equipment (switchgear and transformers) were designed to have compound filled metal cable boxes. This way of terminating cables was technically good, except it was very difficult and hazardous to field staff. The MV paper insulated (PILC) cables at the time had belted construction and had wiped earth connections . The compound filled cable box was designed to have no air inside, so creepage was not a major consideration when designing the cable bushing. ...

Jefferies: AMD’s market share could triple on Intel issues

Analyst Mark Lipacis: “Assuming our assessment of AMD’s transistor lead in 2019 is correct, and Intel’s (INTC -0.9%) supply constraints linger through mid-19, we think a market share of 70/30 is not out of the question.”  Lipacis cites a report from research firm Fubon that said HP (HPQ +0.4%) would adopt AMD processors for up to 30% of its consumer PCs in 2019 and Dell (DVMT -0.2%) will use more AMD chips for its commercial PC line.  Brew House System, Nano Brewery Brewhouse, Fermenters Tanks, Uni Tanks – Coff,https://www.coffbrewing.com/

CIO brings Bluetooth audio to Switch and PS4 with audio transmitter

One pet-peeve that a number of gamers have about modern consoles is that none of them support Bluetooth audio. There are a few wireless headsets that are specially made to work around this shortcoming. However, it’s only natural that in this day and age where the world is ruled by the likes of Airpods, it is far more convenient to have a device that can accept wireless audio on a universal scale. Thankfully, there are some manufacturers out there who have come through to provide that functionality to players. Japanese company CIO is releasing an adapter for the Switch (and it’s also compatible with PS4) that allows the console to interface with wireless audio devices. Unattractively called the BTTM700C, this little audio transmitter supports Bluetooth 5.0 and also ha support for the APT-X low latency codec.  In layman’s terms, your modern earbuds/headphones should work well with little to no delay. The little adapter plugs into the Switch’s USB-C port and also has a port of its own that allows for the console to still be charged. Alternatively, there’s a USB-C to USB-A dongle included that also allows you to connect the adapter to a PS4 or PC that lacks Bluetooth functionality. ...

Synalloy Co. (NASDAQ:SYNL) Director Acquires $13,400.00 in Stock

Synalloy Co. (NASDAQ:SYNL) Director Murray H. Wright purchased 1,000 shares of the company’s stock in a transaction that occurred on Thursday, November 21st. The shares were purchased at an average cost of $13.40 per share, for a total transaction of $13,400.00. Following the completion of the transaction, the director now directly owns 1,615 shares of the company’s stock, valued at $21,641. The acquisition was disclosed in a document filed with the Securities & Exchange Commission, which is available at this link. NASDAQ:SYNL traded down $0.06 during mid-day trading on Friday, hitting $12.94. 1,369 shares of the stock traded hands, compared to its average volume of 9,622. The company has a quick ratio of 1.18, a current ratio of 3.49 and a debt-to-equity ratio of 1.06. Synalloy Co. has a 12-month low of $11.72 and a 12-month high of $19.65. The company has a market cap of $117.56 million, a PE ratio of 76.88 and a beta of 0.09. The business’s 50-day moving average price is $14.51 and its 200 day moving average price is $16.08. A number of large investors have recently bought and sold shares of SYNL. PenderFund Capital Management Ltd. bought a new stake in Synalloy during th...

All 2,493 items targeted by China’s tariffs in US trade war — Quartz

China’s latest tariff retaliation, announced today, will hit some $60 billion in US exports, including hundreds of agricultural, mining, and manufactured products, threatening jobs and profits at companies around the United States.  Before the trade war starts in earnest, China bought about 17% of US agricultural exports and was a major market for other goods, from Maine lobster to Boeing aircraft. It has been the largest market for Apple iPhones since 2016. Since the escalation of tariffs, though, China has stopped buying soybeans and lobsters, and Apple warned it would miss its expected Christmas holiday sales figures because of trade tensions. In addition to the 25% tariffs below, Beijing also added 20% tariffs on 1,078 US products, 10% tariffs on 974 US products, and 5% tariffs on 595 US products (all links in Chinese). The list was translated from China’s ministry of finance press release using Google translate, and may be inexact in spots. Quartz also rearranged some items on the list to group them into categories, and they may not be in the order of their “harmonized tariff schedule” codes.  Slag Handling, Ash Handling, Slag Crusher, Ash Sealing Device , Ash Bin – K...

Boosted Coyote Part 5: Adding Fuel To The Fire With DeatschWerks

Sometimes, projects go smoothly. Sometimes, they don’t. The first four installments of the Boosted Coyote engine project have definitely been the former, thanks to the hard work and expertise of Livernois Motorsports and Engineering. The team was able to take the few salvageable pieces of project-owner Ivan Korda’s OEM engine and craft it into one of their Race-Series long-blocks, with the intention of shooting for 1,000 rear-wheel horsepower. However, in the last installment of the project, we did hit our first hiccup in the project. After upgrading the injectors to DeatschWerks 1,500cc/min units before going to the dyno, we thought that Ivan’s GT350 twin-fuel-pump setup would be enough to supply the juice we needed. We were wrong, as Ivan ended up maxing out the GT350 fuel system. While the car ran great on the dyno with the third-generation Whipple 2.9L supercharger, we came up well short of our goal. The boost was capped at 16psi, and the engine could only spin to 7,500 rpm before running out of pump. The final number posted on the dyno that day was 822 rwhp and 630 lb-ft of rear-wheel torque. Nice numbers, but not what we were hoping for. If you’re already running a twin-pu...

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