I have a Bosch DLR165, which appears to have been produced around 2010. It's possible that I purchased mine that far back, or from eBay in later years. I found only one in today's eBay listing, but based on my experience with this one, I'd purchase a newer Bosch product with confidence.
The manual lists the maximum range at 50 meters, within your ...
Printer companies specifically avoid doing this because their margin only comes from ink sales. They usually lose money on the printer itself. This is true of most accessory-based consumer electronics; Microsoft loses money on every X-Box line of product sold, and makes a killing on licensing developers to make its games and online marketplace surcharges. ...
Except for #2 a standard ATX power supply for a PC. If you can find a small PCB with screw adapters, you can cut off the molex/sata end solder them to the PCB. Short the 2 pins together on the ATX 20/24 pin plug and you have power.
I know this adapter is $10 + $3 shipping and handling, but it works with any ATX PSU.
Your question is a bit over my head from a technical perspective. LED bulbs are a lot more complicated than incandescent (sometimes that's a good thing in terms of added features, sometimes it's a bad thing in terms of compatibility with existing systems).
However, I am very much aware LED bulbs don't dim like traditional incandescent bulbs. The room ...
I used "six axis joystick with rotation" as the search terms and came up with an open-source resource from the UNMND web site. It appeals to me because I like to build stuff and this one is very much a home-build type of project.
I have a 3dconnexion SpacePilot Pro which has the requirements you describe, but it is fairly expensive and may not necessarily ...
Some solutions I've found so far. They are all
sold WITHOUT 10" rack mounting kit
Intellinet 16-Port Gigabit 561068.
L x W x H: 21.5 x 13.3 x 44 millimeters
L x W x H: 216 x 133 x 42 millimeters
L x W x H: 215 x 133 x 42 millimeters
L x W x H: 215 x 13 x 42 millimeters
An additional recommendation: the Cubie series of bedside clocks; there are at least four models (listed under "Cubi") on Amazon. My spouse has one and its display is somewhat dim; it autosets time (somehow) and has USB charging ports. Be advised that its idea of "now" and yours might differ: hers is consistently three minutes behind the time our smartphones ...