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ICONS

= New addition to website.

= Updated product or web page.

= Informational (non-rated product) web page.

= Spectrometer has been used.

= Spectral line halfwidth (FWHM) (for lasers) analysis has been performed.

= ProMetric beam profile analyser has been used.

=  Battery runtime graph posted.

  = Laser stability analysis performed.

  = Laser power output analysis has been performed.

  = Updated photograph(s).

=  Video of product available.

Video hosted on YourTube   =  Video of product available; but hosted on YourTube.

10 videos hosted on YourTube   =  10 videos of product available; but hosted on YourTube.

  =  Rated PG because of a bit of toliet tongue audible in one or more of the videos.

=  Sound of product available.

=  Foul discordant sound that you DON'T want to hear!!!.

  = No longer have sample.

*  = As above, but conditional: please see the evaluation the link points to.

    = Lost/left behind in a move I made on 10-11-04.

*   = As above, but conditional: please see the evaluation the link points to.

    = Lost/left behind in a move I made on 05-26-06.

*   = As above, but conditional: please see the evaluation the link points to.

  = Packed for a move I made on 07-26-08.
This icon will be removed when the move has been completed and all of the boxes unpacked.

    = Lost/disposed of/left behind in a move I made on 07-26-08.

*   = As above, but conditional: please see the evaluation the link points to.

    = Out for loan.

    = Manufacturer no longer makes product.

Product not broken but could not be tested    = Product not broken but unable to test.

Failed or was destroyed during/after testing    = Failed or was destroyed during or after testing. Just call me, "The Flashlight Destructor".

   = Product has *PARTIALLY* failed.

  = Destroyed during or after testing, but I have another.

    = Lost or destroyed (flying machines only) during or after testing.

    = Forced disposal starting on 10-18-08.

*   = As above; please see evaluation.

    = Forced disposal starting on 10-18-08; but staying in the family.

    = Forced disposal starting on 01-01-10.

    = Product was DOA (dead on arrival) and could not be tested.

    = One or more components broken or lost, but product still has full functionality.

    = One or more components broken or lost; product still has partial functionality.

    = Lent to somebody and subsequently lost (person moved or became worm food).

  = Packed for a move I am to make on 08-01-11.
This icon will be removed when the move has been completed and all of the boxes unpacked.

= Gift - no abusive testing.

Requires spectrographic analysis = Requires spectrographic analysis.

Requires beam cross-sectional analysis = Requires beam cross-sectional analysis.

Spectrometer data file = Raw data from my spectrometer.

Destructive testing performed = Destructive testing performed on this product.

  = Disposable product.

  = Stolen from me.



(PA) = Passaround (that I still have).

(PA*)= Passaround (that I still have), but with stipulations (manufacturer is sending more than one but wants some of the products returned after testing is complete).




GRAEMLINS

Smiley (graemlin) with sunglasses on {something's just totally cool!}.

Smiley (graemlin) waving at ya.

Smiley (graemlin) with his tongue sticking out.

When the bullet hits the phone...er...uh...When the caca hits the fan!.

Waiting for something.

Waiting for something; albiet a bit more impatiently this time.

Very surprised graemlin.

Very angry, pissed off cussing graemlin - used to indicate something that really pisses me off.

Misusing the product may result in death ; may also be used to indicate the loss or destruction of a particularly well-liked product or the loss of an animal we had been given temporary custody of.

Partying graemlins.

Graemlin with "OOPS" sign - Used to express "Oops, something's wrong".

    Graemlin with wagging finger - Used to express "shame on you".

    Graemlin with crying eyes - Used to express disappointment or sadness.

    Graemlin with rolling eyes - Used to express confusion or "hmmmph!".

    Graemlin with eye patch - Used when a laser has been accidentally discharged into the eye...oops!!!

 Thumbs-down graemlin - Used as a sign of disapproval.

    Sick graemlin - Also used to express disapproval.

    LOL (Laughing Out Loud) graemlin - used when something's supposed to be funny.

    Smiling graemlin.

 Rock graemlin - Indicates high level of satisfaction.

 REALLY rocks!!! (used to indicate that the product is really great)

 Graemlin with light blub breaking over its head - Used to express confusion or uncertainty.

    Winking smiley - Indicates something said in a comical or joking manner.

    ROTFL smiley - Rolling On The Floor Laughing.

    Frowning smiley - Indicates disapproval.

    Shake head - Indicates rather significant disappointment.

    Yucky green crossed mouth Also indicates rather significant disappointment.

  Thumbs-up smiley - Indicates high degree of satisfaction.

Two thumbs up graemlin - Indicates an even higher degree of satisfaction.

    Rainbow smiley - Happy.

    Eyes roll around - Also used express disappointment OR to express surprise.

    Smiling Santa graemlin - used only at or near Christmas.

    "Thanks" graemlin.

    Graemln playing music for a crowd.

pot     "POT" graphic - "pot" is short for "potentiometer" - a variable resistor.

"Under Construction" graphic.

No photograph available.

Flashlight nocking a uranator off the wall...doesn't really mean anything -- just something I drew 10 or 11 years ago.










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