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Bluetooth profiles are the interface specification of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group for wireless communication in a Bluetooth environment. For a device to use Bluetooth services offered or it can offer itself, it needs with various profiles compatible to be. A Bluetooth profile is always based on the general Bluetooth specification and optionally also to other protocols or specifications.

Which Bluetooth functionality can use a device that is connected by the number of deployed profiles. The Bluetooth profiles define a standard fixed, follow the manufacturers to produce a simple communication between different devices.

The following table lists some of the profiles that are implemented for Bluetooth. It added new profiles continuously, thus standardizing for Bluetooth devices can react flexibly to new requirements. At the time (2011-02) there are no profiles for the new Bluetooth V4.0 low energy protocol architecture published.

Shortcut Meaning used for A2DP Advanced Audio Distribution Profile Transmitting audio data AVRCP Audio Video Remote Control Profile Remote control for audio / video GDP Basic Imaging Profile Transmission of image data BPP Basic Printing Profile Print CIP Common ISDN Access Profile ISDN connections over CAPI CTP Cordless Telephony Profile cordless telephony DIP Device ID profiles DUN Dial-up Networking Profile Internet dial-up connection ESDP Extended Service Discovery Profile Advanced detection services FAX FAXP FAX profiles Faxing OBEX FTP File Transfer Profile File Transfer CAP Generic Access Profile Access control GAVDP Generic AV Distribution Profile Transmission of audio-video GOEP Generic Object Exchange Profile Property exchange HCRP Hardcopy Cable Replacement Profile Pressure application HDP Health Device Profile secure connection between medical devices HFP Hands Free Profile cordless telephony in the car HID Human Interface Device Profiles Input - From the USB specification adopted. [1]
Generic Skv8 Biometric Fingerprint Access Control Payroll Attendance Multi-identify USA
CE (Generic)
  • Registered Fingerprint Capacity: 2,
  • Terminal Communication Method: RS232/485 and USB device/ USB flash disk
  • Transaction Capacity: 50,
  • Power Source: Cord and plug with internal battery backup
  • Easy to install
2013-04-12 11:26:57 by flaveur

Wow, where to begin? We'll start with "reform."

Smith & Nephew Orthopedics is laying off an estimated 100 employees in Memphis and Andover, Mass., citing the 2.3% excise tax on orthopedic device companies as the reason.
Medical Device Tax: Cook Medical scuttles midwest expansion plans over levy
Cook Medical says it will not proceed on plans to open 5 new facilities in the midwest because of concerns about the medical device tax.
The company will likely pay between $20 to $30 million once the 2.3% excise tax takes effect in January, 2013

2013-03-10 11:09:53 by flaveur

"Obamacare" .. jobs destroyed in NY, WI, MA, etc

Smith & Nephew Orthopedics is laying off an estimated 100 employees in Memphis and Andover, Mass., citing the 2.3% excise tax on orthopedic device companies as the reason.
Medical Device Tax: Cook Medical scuttles midwest expansion plans over levy
Cook Medical says it will not proceed on plans to open 5 new facilities in the midwest because of concerns about the medical device tax.
The company will likely pay between $20 to $30 million once the 2.3% excise tax takes effect in January, 2013

2013-04-12 07:41:44 by flaveur

79 in favor ... that's quite bipartisan, huh?

Smith & Nephew Orthopedics is laying off an estimated 100 employees in Memphis and Andover, Mass., citing the 2.3% excise tax on orthopedic device companies as the reason.
Medical Device Tax: Cook Medical scuttles midwest expansion plans over levy
Cook Medical says it will not proceed on plans to open 5 new facilities in the midwest because of concerns about the medical device tax.
The company will likely pay between $20 to $30 million once the 2.3% excise tax takes effect in January, 2013

2013-03-20 12:23:58 by flaveur

Actual layoffs are "opinion"? How so?

Smith & Nephew Orthopedics is laying off an estimated 100 employees in Memphis and Andover, Mass., citing the 2.3% excise tax on orthopedic device companies as the reason.
Medical Device Tax: Cook Medical scuttles midwest expansion plans over levy
Cook Medical says it will not proceed on plans to open 5 new facilities in the midwest because of concerns about the medical device tax.
The company will likely pay between $20 to $30 million once the 2.3% excise tax takes effect in January, 2013

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Generic PIN Code/ID Card/Fingerprint Biometric Entry Time Clock Employee Attendance NEW
CE (Generic)
  • Registered Fingerprint Capacity: 2,
  • Transaction Capacity: 50,002
  • Terminal Communication Method: RS232/487 and USB device/ USB flash disk
  • Power Source: Cord and plug with internal battery backup
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