This query appeared on GUI-Talk. Does anyone here have any
information? I already responded saying that there is probably
a way to read the meter required, but it would be helpful to
know what kind of meter is being read, digital, analog, or
whether it just shows power levels as with a row of LED's.
Anyway, here is her note.
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>From: "Olga L. Espinola" <email@example.com>
>Date: Fri, 23 Feb 2001 15:30:57 -0800
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>Subject: Watt meter
Please forgive the cross-posting; trying to reach the widest
I have a potential job for a client in a chiropractor's office
use an ultra-sound machine that has a Watt meter. It's under a
so it can't be felt. But I seem to recall that this type of
problem has been
solved for people in radio and other engineering types of work
audible technology. If anyone has any information whatsoever on
developer may be able to help with this, it would be deeply
This is the only thing stopping us from getting this client a
Thanks in advance for any leads.
Live long and prosper!
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