Monthly Archives: February 2011

The modern use of label printers

Label printers are printers that print on the computer self-adhesive material values, paper or paperboard (labels). It can work when connected to a computer or one foot. There are several types of label printers, laser is the most common and matrix. The most common and effective, however, is the thermal printer.

There are two types of thermal printers: direct and transfer. Thermal printers work by using heat to produce a reaction in special thermal paper, therefore, create the image on paper. Basically, the printer will “burn” the label on the paper. The thermal transfer printer, by contrast, uses heat to transfer ink ribbon onto paper to create the label.

Printers that print labels are useful for any type of business. The most common use of these printers is to print bar code labels for inventory tracking easier. For this feature, you must work cooperatively with a good point of sale program. In the retail sector, bar codes are attached to each product and employees simply scan each bar code on inventory.

Sublimation printing – the perfect home business?

If you are looking to start a new home based business, you probably think of the standard, BtoB sites, affiliate marketing, creating and selling information products, or other work online from home to business. Or maybe you have already taken this type have so far failed to make money for you – and is now looking for something better?

Are you barking up the wrong tree?

All the above are excellent examples of home businesses that can work, that can generate enough traffic to your site – but this is where most people fall.

Conversion rate of website visits to sales is very low, typically 2% or less, although only a quarter of a percentage point, in some cases – which means you have to drive traffic to a cold place Web to create a good level of sales.

When I talk with people who have online businesses are not making money, which is usually the reason is that simply are not getting enough traffic. Very often, I’ve talked to people who have received several hundred hits a month and thought it would be enough to make some sales, but in reality it is not. On average, 100 visitors REAL (search engine crawlers can account for goal, while a number of visits, and obviously are not buying!) You will receive 1 or 2 sales, so it can do everything the money they need one or two sales per month, with most online businesses, you will need much more traffic than this!

The evolution of video surveillance

Each camera has its own monitor. A camera, a monitor.

Systems CCTV was introduced in the U.S. and the United Kingdom during the years 60 and 70.

Systems CCTV over a thousand times more advanced than the basic camera and monitor configurations that appeared in the 1960’s. The 60 systems were basic, consisting of very low resolution cameras, black and white connected by a coaxial cable. Each camera is connected to a black and white monitor. Configuration required 16 monitors 16 cameras.
New applications of security camera systems include the subway and train stations, sports stadiums, stores, malls, public facilities, community parks, garages and parking.

CCTV technology evolution
The basic technology has been developed in the 60’s. First, switch boxes closed circuit television have been added. A control unit allows the operator to switch between cameras. Now operators can view multiple camera images on a monitor. Only one camera can be viewed at once.
The 70’s brought Multiplexers, VCRs and solid state cameras. Multiplexers allowed the screen is divided into several images on the same monitor. VCRs allowed easy recording and video distribution. Solid state cameras helped improve reliability and integration of video players.