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Opened a shipment from Utah Scientific yesterday...

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Good thing these were the five output boards, not the nine input cards: rounding up another four people to open them all simultaneously would have been difficult.

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PID_Stop wrote:Opened a shipment from Utah Scientific yesterday...

Good thing these were the five output boards, not the nine input cards: rounding up another four people to open them all simultaneously would have been difficult.

-- Jeff
Do you have a good contact at US? I.e. someone who actually returns a phone call?

The three calls I've made there have still gone unanswered.
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PID_Stop wrote:rounding up another four people to open them all simultaneously would have been difficult.
LOL! It would have been nearly impossible here - there are seldom as many as nine people in the facility at one time. "-)
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NECRAT wrote:Do you have a good contact at US? I.e. someone who actually returns a phone call?

The three calls I've made there have still gone unanswered.
I just sent you a PM with the contact for our area's field engineer.

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If you opened the box first you already screwed up. :lol:
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ChuckG wrote:If you opened the box first you already screwed up. :lol:
Now you tell me! :lol:

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You need to open the one on the right hand side. See it's a trick. All the horizontal open firsts are fake, the one lone vertical one is the real one.
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Is this like an "Order of Operations" test?
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When you get to the last one there is a note inside that says not to open any of them first.

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