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The humming sound associated with electromagnetic ballasts results from the vibration of the steel laminations in the core and coil. Because electronic ballasts do not have the laminated core and coil, they are 75 percent quieter than comparable A-rated electromagnetic ballasts. Electronic ballasts operate fluorescent lamps at higher frequencies than electromagnetic ones, with the advantages that flicker is eliminated and lamp efficacy is increased. Both of these advantages occur because the lamp phosphors are under more constant excitation with high-frequency operation. Electronic ballasts are also smaller and lighter in weight than electromagnetic ones, typically weighing less than half as much because the electronic components are lighter than the metal components of the core-and-coil assembly. Because electronic ballasts consume fewer watts than electromagnetic ballasts, they also produce less heat. This cooler operation yields significant savings in air-conditioning costs. Air-Conditioning The air-conditioning load caused by electric lighting derives from the total lighting system, including lamps and ballasts. Each kilowatt (kW) of electric power used by the lighting system adds 3,412 British thermal units (BTUs) to the air-conditioning load. One ton of air-conditioning = 12,000 BTU. Therefore, every 3.5 kW of lighting requires one-ton of air conditioning. 12,000 = 3.5 kW 3,452 Fluorescent Dimming Ballasts Electronic fluorescent dimming ballasts will dim T5, T5 high-output, T8, and T12 fluorescent lamps to 1 percent of measured light output (10 percent of perceived light). (Light
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Many photographers who participate in my workshops and classes relate to me the classic story of attempting night and low-light photography a time or two, being displeased with the results, and giving up and moving on to other types of photo work. Their reasons for abandoning night photography vary. For some, the nal images are not representational of the scenes they photographed. Others grow frustrated because they have a limited working knowledge of the vast recording capabilities of their digital cameras. Although it s true that the longer exposures and higher ISOs required for this kind of photography can add an intolerable amount of digital noise to some of the images, advancements in camera and software technologies have made reducing that noise easier and more streamlined as well. Many of today s camera manufacturers have included low-light noise reduction at higher ISOs as a menu feature in their latest model cameras. Check to see if it s included in your camera s functions and if it is, turn it on now as you begin to explore this exciting way of capturing light.
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The <portType> element in WeatherInfo.wsdl defines a single operation named GetWeatherInfo by combining the <input> message as defined by the GetWeatherInfoInput <message> element and the <output> message as defined by the GetWeatherInfoOutput <message> element. Note the use of WeatherInfo.wsdl as a target namespace by the <input> and <output> elements. Four types of operations are supported by WSDL: One-way operation. One-way operation represents a service that just receives the message, and thus a one-way operation is typically defined by a single <input> message element. Request-response operation. A request-response operation represents a service that receives a request message and sends a response message. Typically, a request-response operation is defined by one <input> message followed by one <output> message. An optional <fault> element also can be included in the definition of a requestresponse operation to specify the abstract message format for any error messages that may be output as a result of the operation. The GetWeatherInfo operation follows the request-response transmission pattern. Solicit-response operation. A solicit-response operation represents a service that sends a request message and that receives the response message. Such operations are therefore defined by one <output> message, followed by an <input> message. A solicit-response operation also can include a <fault> element in order to specify the format of any error messages resulting from the operation. Notification operation. This operation represents a service that sends a message, hence this kind of operation is represented by a single <output> element. Figure 5.2 provides the pictorial representation of the previous four transmission types.
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Having discussed the treatment of unicast frames, let us discuss the treatment of broadcast and multicast frames. Let us suppose PE1 receives a broadcast frame sent by host B. The frame must be forwarded to all sites of customer X s VPLS. To achieve this, PE1 floods the frame on the pseudowires to PE2 and PE3 and on the port to CE2. In turn, PE2 and PE3 flood the frame to the attached CEs belonging to customer X, but, as a consequence of implementing the split horizon, do not send the frame to any PE. The implementations deployed at the time of this writing treat multicast traffic in exactly the same way as broadcast; i.e. the frame is flooded throughout the VPLS. As a consequence, each PE that has a member of that VPLS attached receives a copy of the packet, even though it may not have any interested receivers attached. This may be fine if the amount of multicast traffic is relatively low; otherwise the bandwidth wastage may be of concern to the service provider. Interestingly, it has been pointed out [WC2005] that the current scheme for dealing with multicast traffic in the VPLS works at the opposite limit to the current scheme for dealing with multicast traffic in L3 VPNs, in that the former has no multicast state in the core but wastes bandwidth as a consequence of using ingress replication for multicast traffic, whereas the latter is more bandwidth efficient but has a potentially large amount of multicast state in the core. However, there is no fundamental reason why the two types of VPN should be handled in a different way. Indeed, aspects of the next-generation solution set already described in the L3 VPN chapter for L3 VPN multicast are also applicable to the VPLS [MCAST], thus giving to the service provider a common set of tools to cater for the two cases. Let us look at how these tools are used in the VPLS case. Instead of performing ingress replication, multicast trees can be used within the service provider network to distribute multicast VPLS traffic. The way in which these trees can be used is similar to the L3 VPN case: a single tree could be shared between all VPLS instances or multiple trees could be used with either a one-to-one or many-to-one mapping between VPLS instances and multicast trees. These schemes are equally applicable to IP multicast traffic and non-IP multicast traffic.
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