July 9, 2007
about 2 years ago
Here are the actual regulations:
622.51 Primary Lithium (Non-Rechargeable) Cells and Batteries
Small consumer-type primary lithium cells or batteries (lithium metal or lithium alloy) like those used to power cameras and flashlights are mailable in a single shipment with the following restrictions:
The batteries must be installed in the equipment being shipped.
Each shipment may contain a maximum of four lithium cells or two lithium batteries.
The lithium content must not exceed 1 gram (g) per cell.
The total aggregate lithium content must not exceed 2 g per battery.
The batteries installed in the equipment must be protected from damage and short circuit.
The equipment must be equipped with an effective means of preventing it from being turned on or activated.
The equipment must be contained in a strong sealed package and cushioned to prevent movement or damage.
about 2 years ago
Thanks! Killed the sentences I didn’t need. Now, do you know whether there’s any way to make settings persist over a power cycle?
Oh, why don’t you add a link the the U-Blox pdf to the documents section of the product info? I noticed there was a forum question with this same issue.
Is there a way to limit what messages are output from the module? There’s nothing in the manufacturer’s data about commands and I couldn’t find anything for the Sirf Star IV module. I don’t want to overwhelm the message parser if I don’t have to.
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about 4 years ago
Thanks guys, all your extra effort to give away a buttload of money is appreciated. Apparently, some of the less than bright folks didn’t see this as a game of chance, but a guarantee of free cash.
For the people that decided to take the test, you missed the first question outright. WHO in their right mind would attempt a multi-page test on a site that is getting hammered? FAIL. You shouldn’t have been greedy and taken the loyalty bucks and ran. Oh, you didn’t have any loyalty bucks? Whaaaa.
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