Or a Logitech MX518.
I should have remembered that one.
Or a Logitech MX518.
I should have remembered that one.
Where is that option?
It's the perfect mouse. Will never be exceeded and they seem to never break either.
Oh. Okay. The single page project page wasn't all that descriptive so I went by the summary partly and stated you had to go to a website and enter a PIN to log in. It wasn't particularly clear.
If this is just a smartcard, then this system has been in use for at least a decade. MS' internal VPN system used a smartcard login system, and IE supports it. That system is even more secure actually because it uses a challenge response and a PIN, it doesn't just decrypt a password which can be captured on the host computer and reused.
It's not offline.
This really is some guy just using a system he thinks is less likely to be compromised. Well, that's what everyone else does too.
No, a breaker doesn't immediately trip at 0.1A over. Not even close.
And you say there are 40A outlets? No kidding. I would think you'd know the names NEMA 14-50 and NEMA 6-50 (stove/dryer outlets). This article isn't about NEMA 14s or 6s or the rare 5-50., it's about regular NEMA 5 household outlets ("standard 115v nominal household (NEMA 5-15p) plug is rated for 15 amps").
Please tell me your name so I can know I'm not having you wire my house.
It's 12A. And the breaker will be at 15A. 12A is the max allowed for continuous on a 15A circuit (20% derate) and car charging is considered continuous use by code.
The breakers will not be rated for over 20A. It depends on the wire, but the outlets aren't rated for more than 15A usually, 20A tops and you cannot put a breaker higher than the outlet rating on a circuit in the US. In other countries like the UK where outlets are individually fused, you can have a high power "ring circuit" such as you speak of.
It is very easy to trip circuit breakers charging EVs off random outlets like this. This alone is a good reason for people not to charge off random outlets like this, think of the people inside who lose services because you tripped their breaker.
I don't know about arrested, but this kind of situation has to be controlled. It's super easy to blow a circuit breaker charging an EV off a 110V outlet. And some outlets where the wires aren't connected well will heat up and that can be a problem.
Let's see more EVSEs installed and then we won't have to worry about this issue. And maybe we can charge a little quicker too.
I'm glad the company weeded you out though. Does a company really need someone with as little horse sense as you?
Anyone who is able to work in the US could apply for a job like that. That includes citizens.
Few customers produce more power then they generate, simply because they aren't paid much for that power.
So most customers are making out like bandits being paid retail rates for virtually all the power they generate and don't use. The utilities are losing their shirts on that power.
Why concentrate on the little extra tail on that?
You buy the car, lease the battery. Why the snark about changing the definition of ownership?
If you don't like the lease the battery arrangement, get a different car. Renault even has other EVs to offer.
It's pretty absurd to say that this changes the definition of ownership when the part affect is a part you didn't actually buy.
First you need to check that box in security as you saw.
Then at the lock screen sweep from left (all the way left) to right. You'll get to a blank screen with a plus sign on it. Click the plus sign and you can add a widget.Now if you want that to be the default widget instead of one you have to sweep to get to, then you have to sweep back to the main lock screen, click and hold it and drag it to the "remove" item at the top.
The setup/install is screwed, you do have to go through setup at least partially twice due to that update.
The PDF renderer is bizarre and on top of that it interacts with the terrible download UI in bad ways. Frequently my phone will finish the pdf download in the notifications, then show nothing at all, then like 30 seconds later it'll bring a PDF reader to the front (my Nexus 4 did it too). And if you want to view the PDF again later, you have to click the link again, watch it download (not sure it's downloading or just verifying an existing download) before it can be viewed again.
I love how the notifications work compared to the iPhone though. And the keyboard is about 10x better than the iPhone one, using the iPhone one now is like torture to me.
It kills me that there is virtually no help for anything. Try asking the phone questions like "what are those icons up at the top of the screen" (the notifications). You can do so either with the excellent voice search or by typing it, either way it won't give you any answer, it just searches the web. And even if a result comes back from the web, the result isn't keyed to the OS you are running. Back when I was running ICS on my Nexus 4 I would search and get "help" answers that only applied to Gingerbread.
Speaking of notifications, I watched two ladies use their Samsung Galaxies last week, both had notifications lined up all across the top of their screen. They didn't know what a notification was, how to view/answer it or how to make them go away. Really sad.
I do like the Nexus 5 though, better than the Nexus 4 I had before it. And it's a heck of a value. But it still has a ways to go to catch up to the iPhone in usability in many ways.
Now, if I could just get Apple to see what the Nexus 5 does right and copy that. The price. The screen. The keyboard. The ability to use bluetooth (non-4.0) devices without an Apple auth chip installed. The ability to use other mail clients as if they were built-in.
The credit processing networks didn't offer an equivalent service because doing so would cause them to lose money.
Money losing market-niches are generally rather sparsely occupied.
Now I guess Square is established enough they are going to vacate that niche too.
Time is the most valuable thing a man can spend. -- Theophrastus