The Summit product family includes a wide variety of Interposer systems, designed to reliably capture serial data traffic while minimizing perturbations in the serial data stream. Probes include interposers, which are designed to capture data traffic crossing the PCI Express card connector interface, and MidBus probes, which are designed to capture traffic flowing within a PCB.
The HP Blade Server Interposer is a specialty probe that makes it possible to analyze data traffic from a blade server designed for an HP BladeSystem to the host system. To use the HP Blade Server Interposer, simply plug the blade server you want to test into the interposer, then plug the interposer into the host system. The interposer provides a number of test points and a connector to attach a Teledyne LeCroy PCI Express protocol analyzer.
The XMC Mezzanine Card Interposers are specialty probes that make it possible to analyze data traffic from a VITA 42.3 Switched Mezzanine Card (XMC) that uses a PCI Express interface to connect to the carrier board system. To use an XMC Interposer, simply plug the XMC card you want to test into the interposer, then plug the interposer into the host system. The interposer provides a number of test points and a connector to attach a Teledyne LeCroy PCI Express protocol analyzer.
I decided to format my c-drive and have a good clean out, on re-installing poser 11 pro I'm presented with the usual registration, only problem is none of my serial numbers work, on entering the poser 11 serial I get the message:-ERROR DETECTED Serial Number and /or Previous serial invalid.and I have tried the serials fro poser 7,8 10 11 12 and 14 but nothing works, any idea how I can get my poser running?
Or perhaps this is smith micro forcing me to use Daz Studio... seriously what gives with your rubbish serial number system, if I put in my poser 11 serial for poser 11 it should work... suppose they cant figure that out...grrrrr
I find if I've typed the serial number in notepad first, when you enter the serial number, check to make sure you aren't accidentally adding a space somewhere. Also remember there's a thing with O and 0. If I recall Poser serial numbers doesn't use O, but I could be confusing that and it might be the opposite.
I purchased Poser 11 on June 20th Order#: 113841329 after being off Poser and the 3D world for over 8 years. But I don't know where the serial number is so I can finish registering and installing everything else, and trying to relearn it all.
Your serial number should be found under Help>Registration. If it is blank then you should have received an email from Renderosity containing the SN. As for the Queue Manager.exe, that separate install is for remote access only from other computers on your home network. Queue Manager is bundled into the main Poser 11 package and will automatically install along with Poser.
There are two ways to find this information. Each Range has a warranty card included with the manuals; this card contains the Model and Serial numbers. If you have misplaced the warranty card, model and serial numbers are also printed on the range itself. To locate, simply open the left-hand storage drawer to find an ID plate with the inscribed information. For older Château models, the IDplate can be found on the inside of the left-hand oven control door.
There are two ways to find this information: the front cover of the user manual or on the range itself. The user manual should have a silver sticker on the front cover with a 10 digit number. Serial numbers start with 7 or 8. Model number will start with C, eg, C1LF. If you have misplaced the User Manual, you may also find the serial number on an ID tag that is located underneath the storage drawer. To remove the storage drawer, lift up the ends of the plastic clips found on the drawer tracks located on the outside of the drawer. To release catches holding the drawer to the side rails, simply pull the drawer forward and away from the side rails.
WS2812B / NeoPixelTwo high performance non-blocking libraries support use of WS2812B LEDs.OctoWS2811transmits any number of outputs in parallel, allowing almost any number LEDs to berefreshed at up to 30 Hz video rate. On Teensy 4.0, OctoWS2811 supports useof any number of digital pins, not limited to only 8 pins as on Teensy 3.x.WS2812Serialtransmits a single output,but up to 8 instances may be used. Non-blocking transmission uses DMA totransmit automatically, while your code is able to continue running. Thismuch more allows complex animations or efficent communication than traditionalblocking.SmartMatrix & SmartLED Shield for HUB75 RGB LED PanelsSmartLED Shield(version 5) enables Teensy 4.0 to drive high-qualitygraphics to large HUB75 RGB LED panel arrays (from 32x16 up to 128x64 pixels).The SmartMatrix librarymakes it easy to draw basic graphics,create scrolling and static text, draw beautiful patterns using FastLED,and play animated GIFs on the panel. SmartMatrix uses Teensy 4.0's specialfeatures to send graphics data with minimal CPU usage, so you can use theprocessor to do other tasks in parallel such as SPI communication, filedecoding, or complex rendering.DMX Lighting ControlAny of the 7 serial ports may be used for efficient communication withDMX lighting controllers.RGB LEDsOrdinary LEDs may be variable-brightness controlled by PWM, or theSoftPWM &ShiftPWM libraries.ShiftPWM controlling 16 RGB LEDs using six 74HCT595 chips 2b1af7f3a8