Question about Simmons Measuring Tools & Sensors

How to switch between meters & feet?

Use a Tape Measure:

Measure the Length, Width & Depth of the inside or outside and use this to calculate the cubic feet or meters.

It's a rectangle, so it's far easier than a circle.

http://www.autocalculator.org/Calculators/Cubic-feet-formula.aspx#.VsvxQzY0nXE

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Cubic Feet Calculator

Measure the Length, Width & Depth of the inside or outside and use this to calculate the cubic feet or meters.

It's a rectangle, so it's far easier than a circle.

http://www.autocalculator.org/Calculators/Cubic-feet-formula.aspx#.VsvxQzY0nXE

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Cubic Feet Calculator

Feb 23, 2016 | Kenmore Refrigerators

If you're using an altimeter, they're always in feet. Standard aeronautical practice.

Mar 14, 2015 | Casio Protrek Triple Sensor Prg 110T 7VDR...

This is very easy. 1 foot is equal to 0.3048 of a meter. So, simply multiply however many feet you have by this number and you should get your meters. To go from meters to feet, you would divide.

Nov 14, 2014 | Lowrance Elite 5 Color SonarGPS Combo

Well I'm not an expert, but it sounds like you're going to need some short RG8U and RG8 coax pieces with connectors at each end, a 3 or 4 way antenna switch, a ground buss, some heavy ground wire (6 ga. or heavier) and an 8 foot ground rod if you don't already have this stuff. I never used an amplifier with my radio, but I would assume that the coax out from the radio goes to the input of the Tuner via coax, in which you can use RG8U for short lengths 3 feet or less. Then from the output of the tuner to the amplifier input. The output from the amplifier to the antenna switch which has your varoius antennas connected to it. You might want to use RG8 to connect the amp to the antenna switch to prevent power loss, especially if you use a piece longer than 4 feet. Make sure that all devices are properly grounded via a heavy ground buss (I used a solid copper bar 1" wide x 1/4" thick and 2 feet long. Then run a heavy wire (6ga. at least) from your ground buss to a ground rod at least 8 feet long that has been pounded into the ground at least 6 to 8 feet away from your dwelling for proper grounding. Make sure that your radio, tuner, amp and switch are all grounded to your ground buss. If you work 2 meters or 440, you might want to get on a repeater and double check with someone who can verify these connections. As I said, I didn't use an amp or a tuner as my radio was 100 watts and had an internal tuner. Enjoy your rig. 73! N2MKG...

Aug 26, 2014 | Radio Communications

One meter is about 3.28 feet. One foot is exactly 0.3048 meters.

Mar 23, 2014 | Computers & Internet

1 sq meter=*10.7639104* sq feet

30 sq meter=30x10.7639104 sq feet

Therefore,

30 sq meters=*322.917312* sq feet

30 sq meter=30x10.7639104 sq feet

Therefore,

30 sq meters=

Jun 29, 2011 | Cell Phones

3.05 meters = 10.007 ft, or 120.08 in

3.92 meters = 12.86 ft, or 154.33 in

3.05 meters x 3.92 meters = 10.007 ft x 12.86 ft = 128.69 ft^2 (feet squared)

= 120.08 in x 154.33 in = 18531.946 in^2 (inches squared)

if you meant millimeters then

3.05 mm = .01 ft, or .12 in

3.92 mm = .01286 ft, or .15433 in

3.05 meters x 3.92 meters = .01 ft x .01286 ft = .0001286 ft^2 (feet squared)

= .12 in x .15433 in = .018531946 in^2 (inches squared)

**1 meter = 3.2808399 feet**

**1 meter = 39.3700787 in**

**1 millimeter = 0.0032808399 feet**

**1 millimeter = 0.0393700787 inches**

3.92 meters = 12.86 ft, or 154.33 in

3.05 meters x 3.92 meters = 10.007 ft x 12.86 ft = 128.69 ft^2 (feet squared)

= 120.08 in x 154.33 in = 18531.946 in^2 (inches squared)

if you meant millimeters then

3.05 mm = .01 ft, or .12 in

3.92 mm = .01286 ft, or .15433 in

3.05 meters x 3.92 meters = .01 ft x .01286 ft = .0001286 ft^2 (feet squared)

= .12 in x .15433 in = .018531946 in^2 (inches squared)

Jun 19, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Hi,

This problem may be caused by your cabling.

Here are the right distances for your Switch.

From Switch to Swich or Hub you have a maximum distance of100 meters(328 feet)

From Hub to Hub max 5 meters(16,4 feet)

From Switch or Hub to Computer max 100 meters(328 feet)

When you connect your network devices,make sure you don't exceed the maximum cabling distances.

Another problem could be the power adapter,this could be damaged;Note:using a different power adapter may result in damage to the Switch.

This problem may be caused by your cabling.

Here are the right distances for your Switch.

From Switch to Swich or Hub you have a maximum distance of100 meters(328 feet)

From Hub to Hub max 5 meters(16,4 feet)

From Switch or Hub to Computer max 100 meters(328 feet)

When you connect your network devices,make sure you don't exceed the maximum cabling distances.

Another problem could be the power adapter,this could be damaged;Note:using a different power adapter may result in damage to the Switch.

Nov 25, 2010 | Linksys SD216 16x10/100 Mbps Networking...

you can use feets and inches to to inter convert these quantities .
following is the procedure to inter convert them :
1. First convert inches to centimeter by pressing buttons in following order shift>conv>o1 .
2. Then convert centimeter to meter by dividing by 10 .
3.now convert meter to feet by pressing buttons in following order
shift>conv>04

1. First convert feets to meter by pressing buttons in following order shift>conv>03. 2. Then convert meter to centimeter by multiplying by 10 . 3.now convert centimeter to inches by pressing buttons in following order shift>conv>02

1. First convert feets to meter by pressing buttons in following order shift>conv>03. 2. Then convert meter to centimeter by multiplying by 10 . 3.now convert centimeter to inches by pressing buttons in following order shift>conv>02

Jun 17, 2010 | Casio FX-300MS Calculator

Hold the POWER button down for a few seconds. Thats how you get into the settings. Cycle through options with the measure button. Use the power button to go to the next option (eg, beep on or off). Press and HOLD the power button to exit this mode.

Sep 16, 2009 | Hilti 202415 PD 4 Laser Range Meter

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