Tuesday 22nd September 2020,

Archos Pocket Video Recorder AV420

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Archos_240_1Archos continue dans la direction de la vidéo. Voilà un superbe lecteur audio/vidéo de poche. Les specs ont ici. La base, avec ses huit câbles à brancher,  sert à connecter le AV420 à votre système audio-video et à votre PC. On peut bien sur charger ses contenus à partir de son PC pour une visualisation nomade. Mais on peut aussi enregistrer des programmes de flux comme avec le bon vieux scope.. Vous programmez vos enregistrement même si l’on regrette l’absence de guide des programmes téléchargeable, Il est compatible Yahoo TV et de toutes façons nous ne connaissons pas encore cela mais plutôt ceci , à moins que je ne sois passée à côté de quelque chose ?

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  5. Oakdalebeds janvier 29, 2009 à 12:06

    From Wikipedia
    Adjustable bed
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    An adjustable bed is a bed which has a multi-hinged lying surface which can be profiled to a number of different positions.[1] Common adjustment includes inclining the upper body and raising the lower body independently of each other. Other common features include height adjustment and tilting the bed to raise the upper body or the lower body into the Anti-Trendelenburg/ Trendelenburg positions.[2]
    Adjustable beds have been used in hospitals for a long time, but have become more commonly used in homecare over the past three decades, as they have been found to provide relief from various conditions. Adjustable beds used in hospitals and homecare are similar in basic functionality, however hospital beds must be able to withstand more rigorous and regular cleaning in order to reduce contamination and therefore any electrical bed components used in the hospital environment need to meet minimum waterproofing standards in order to withstand the cleaning process. Homecare beds are less likely to be subjected to such intense cleaning, even if used within a care home, and this allows manufacturers to design beds whose aesthetics match home furnishings by using divan style beds or by using wooden veneer and laminates.
    The basic and most popular stucture is of a slatted base with a twin drive or a triple drive motor. The support of the mattress comes from the flexibility of the slats and their elastic mountings on the frame. The slatted bases are economic pricewise and can be lifted with lightweight actuators.
    The more advanced structure is the fully flexible base (called “boxspring” in Germany and in Holland but seldom has any springs in it). The fully flexible bases provide support to the mattress in every pressure point. They also require more powerful motors due to their weight. Fully flexible bases are usually made of zoned fillings of HR or of cold foam, sometimes covered with either latex or 3D mesh (spacer fabric) layer. The fully flexible bases are more solid and many would say more comfortable in providing a better support to the mattress.
    Both slatted or fully flexible bases can consist of 4 joints(back/stable/leg/foot) or 5 joints (neck/back/stable/leg/foot), usually operated by twin drive motors that operate the back and leg joint, and the movement of the neck and foot joint is semi automatic (sometimes there are motors with three actuators – also for the neck, and even with with four – one for every joint). Another structural difference is the sliding back mechanism (sometimes called “wall hugger” or “wall climber”) which allows to minimise the gap with the back wall when the bed is uplifted, keeps the bedside table within reach, and enables the partners using the bed (if split) to keep eye contact at all times. In the 90s the sliding back mechanism was found only in the elite luxury products but it is becoming more common with the popular models, even with those that use slatted bases.
    In the UK, adjustable beds sold for homecare compliant with the BS EN1970 standard are exempt from VAT (sales tax) if used by a person who declares themselves as disabled.[3]
    The increased popularity of motorised adjustable beds for homecare is also partly due to the benefits provided to the carer, by allowing them to work at a comfortable height and reduce the risk of back injuries. Height adjustment and raising the upper body also assists users in getting out of bed with little or no assistance dependent on their condition.
    In Europe, all adjustable beds for use within healthcare must be CE marked and also be compliant with EN1970. [4]
    From Wikipedia

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