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Sharp Home Audio systems offer a variety of sizes and ways to connect.
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A range of size, style and placement options.
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Breath easier and live healthier.
Microwaves that can handle what chefs dish out.
The Sharp AQUOS Crystal is a breakthrough in mobile phone technology. With groundbreaking
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American Association for Laboratory Accreditation.
Lighting used to highlight a specific object or area of a wall or room.
A list of all transmissions and receptions, (the last current 50) that have occurred using the fax machine.
Used for prohibiting the sale of goods (departments, PLUs or UPCs) to persons under a given age based on birthday entries on an ECR/POS system.
Active semiconductor material used to produce red and infrared emitting diodes (IREDs).
American Lighting Association.
This organization coordinates voluntary standards for the physical, electrical and performance characteristics of lighting and electrical equipment for the United States.
Data transmission in which information is sent in the form of a continuously varying signal or wave file.
Lens and mirrors are the components of the conventional analog copier that transfers the scanned image to a photoconductor. The mirrors direct the light through the lens and then to the drum.
See American National Standards Institute.
The ability to use one phone line to receive both voice messages and faxes.
The ability to block 5 facsimile sending locations from access to your machine.
AQUOS Net enables connection to an ever expanding range of personalized content. Using this service, viewers can configure “widgets” to check everyday information, with a push of a button on the television’s remote control, in either full screen or split screen. Through AQUOS Net, consumers also have access to unparalleled customer support for their television, including the ability to have dedicated AQUOS Advantage advisors connect remotely to their TV to assist in adjusting the TV’s settings and optimizing picture quality for the best viewing experience. This interactive tool, known as AQUOS Advantage Live, is easily accessible from the AQUOS Net home page. In addition, AQUOS Net provides consumers with instant access to important information about their television. Consumers can find FAQ’s that explain HDMI™ connections, HDTV and other TV technology-related features, as well as view the user manual directly on the AQUOS LCD-TV. A “What’s New” page will also be available, outlining exciting new products and news from Sharp.
Aspect Ratio is the ratio between the width and height of an image. The 2 most common aspect ratios are 16:9 and 4:3. 16:9 is known as widescreen format, while 4:3 refers to the traditional TV format.
Alliance for Solid State Illumination Systems and Technologies.
American Society for Testing of Materials.
Minimizes the diffusion of light at the panels surface, which produces an image with higher brightness and black levels.
Used to automate or assign operations or functions to a single key on an ECR/POS system, e.g., a $20.00 speed tender, a Z Report or Tax Delete operation.
The ability to store frequently used telephone numbers in memory and dial them by pressing one or two button combinations.
A photocell device or light sensor that automatically prevents operation of a luminaire during daylight hours.
The ability to automatically send a cover sheet as the last page of each transmission.
A device that holds a stack of originals and feeds them automatically, one at a time to the exposure glass for scanning/copying.
Automatically adjusts the amount of light necessary to properly expose the selected original. (i.e.: colored paper, poor quality original).
There are 2 user settings for power off or sleep mode (low heat) after 90 seconds of no copier activity.
The ability of a facsimile to automatically answer a call and receive a fax.
When transmitting a document larger than 8.5" x 11", the fax automatically reduces it to fit on 8.5" x 11" paper before transmission.
Allows the user to enter copy functions/commands during the warm-up period. After warm-up is completed, copying will begin automatically.
When the number dialed is busy, the fax machine will continur to redial at preset intervals, and a preset number of times.
Delays cooking up to twelve (12) hours.
ENERGY STAR® Award for Excellence in Energy Efficient Product Design
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