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KSA - KS C 1503 - VU METERS Organization: KSA
Date: 1978-01-01
BSI - BS 6840-17 - SOUND SYSTEM EQUIPMENT PART 17: METHODS FOR SPECIFYING AND MEASURING THE CHARACTERISTICS OF STANDARD VOLUME INDICATORS - AMD 7701: JULY 15, 1993 Organization: BSI
Date: 1991-04-30
Description: Defines the characteristics, methods of measurement, scale colours and standard scale markings, and requirements for a built-in or external attenuator for VU indicators (VU-meters) for use in recording studios and broadcast control rooms.
MCGRAW - 30 ARDUINO PROJECTS FOR T - 30 ARDUINO PROJECTS FOR THE EVIL GENIUS, SECOND EDITION Organization: MCGRAW
Date: 2013-01-01
Description: A bonus chapter uses the special USB keyboard/mouse-impersonation feature exclusive to the Arduino Leonardo. 30 Arduino™ Projects for the Evil Genius, Second Edition: Features step-by-step instructions and helpful illustrations Provides full schematic and construction details for every project Covers the scientific principles behind the projects Removes the frustration factor—all required parts are listed along with sources Build these and other clever creations: High-brightness Morse code translator Seasonal affective disorder light Keypad security code Pulse rate monitor Seven-segment LED double dice USB message board Oscilloscope Tune player VU meter LCD thermostat Computer-controlled fan Hypnotizer Servo-controlled laser Lie detector Magnetic door lock Infrared remote Lilypad clock Evil Genius countdown timer Keyboard prank Automatic password typer Accelerometer mouse
IEC 60268-17 - SOUND SYSTEM EQUIPMENT PART 17: STANDARD VOLUME INDICATORS - EDITION 1.0; INCLUDES CORRIGENDUM 1: 09/1991 Organization: IEC
Date: 1990-09-01
Description: Since the response of the meter movement of such an indicator to the rapidly varying programme voltage is greatly dependent upon its dynamic characteristics, a standard for volume measurements shall therefore include a specification of these characteristics, The term "vu" (pronounced "vee-you" and written with lower case letters) is used to express volume in terms of vu above or below a specified reference level.

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