Designed for use in multiple applications including Passive Optical LANs to deliver high speed bandwidth to the desktop

Play FFA - Box Fight & Zone War created by lawlessguy. Use Fortnite Creative Map Code: 3515-0375-5877! Zonebox is a simple app for timeboxing - a little productivity trick. Timeboxing means setting aside for example 15 minutes to write an email. By knowing there is a time limit, you'll be forced not to waste any time. You may want to check out more Mac applications, such as InTouch With, TopAgenda or iAlarm, which might be similar to Zonebox. Mac: Managing how much time you have to spend on projects throughout the day is never easy, but ZoneBox is a small Mac app that helps give you a better idea of how much time you have using a. This video tutorial aims to show you how to create a rectangle or box using TradeStation EasyLanguage. In particular, it demonstrates the use of TLNew, TLGetEndDate, TLGetEndTime, TLSetEnd, TLSetEnd etc. Some zoned systems rely on the thermostat to control the opening and closing of the dampers to control the flow of air throughout the home. If you have multiple dampers controlling the flow of warm and cool air to zones in your home, your system may be compatible with the Nest thermostat as long as your system only uses standard thermostat wires.

Minneapolis (October 6, 2014) – Clearfield, Inc. (NASDAQ:CLFD), the specialist in fiber management and connectivity platforms for communications providers, today introduced its FieldSmart ZoneBox, a new ceiling/floor mount panel supporting all cable constructions for the inside plant and developed to create a simple network design that reduces time, cost of provisioning and upgrades. Providing access up to 144 fibers in multiple points throughout the network, FieldSmart ZoneBox is ideal for many applications including Passive Optical LAN (POLAN), fiber demarcation, CATV applications, entrance facilities, security systems (CCTV), telecommunications rooms and MDU applications.

“Based on our proven plug-and-play components, this new box is designed to make it easier for those that need to deliver secure high bandwidth services,” said Johnny Hill, chief operating officer for Clearfield. “The craft-friendly ZoneBox is ideal for many applications including PON architectures as it can be used as a transition point inside of buildings that can be sub floor mounted, ceiling mounted, or screwed to the wall. When running fiber to the desktop or enterprise network, the ZoneBox is used to break out the distribution cable into dual drops to the desktop.”

The FieldSmart ZoneBox’s installation design makes it possible to opt for POLANs over traditional Ethernet networks that require tremendous amounts of copper cables and equipment that must be packed in wiring closets. A POLAN, which uses established FTTH GPON technologies, cuts network related floor space costs in half by eliminating the traditional distribution, workgroup switches and cables through the use of passive optics. POLANs thus require less physical space and also reduce or eliminate the cost associated with power, cooling and battery backup. Clearfield’s FieldSmart ZoneBox offers a modular plug-and–play optical fiber distribution alternative that results in a future proofed, reliable, robust and cost effective network.

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FieldSmart ZoneBox

The FieldSmart ZoneBox is a small base-box that includes trim kits for ceiling applications that make the box appear that it was born in the ceiling. Adjustable brackets accommodate various floor tile systems. It provides easy scalability from 12 to 144 ports, utilizes Clearfield’s Clearview Cassettes, and is preloaded for patch only or patch and splice applications. The ZoneBox features rear access to cassettes and a solid enclosure design to protect slack storage and fiber terminations, providing for quick deployment and intuitive installation and maintenance.

Clearview Cassettes

Clearfield’s patented Clearview Cassette is the building block for Clearfield’s FieldSmart fiber management platform. The scalable and modular architecture allows service providers to deploy only the fiber ports required, without sacrificing density or increasing costs.

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It is comprised of a system of six parts that fully nest together to support any application. All types of fiber construction can be integrated into the Clearview xPAK Cassettes. With the Clearview Cassette at its heart, the FieldSmart ZoneBox enables operators to easily scale their networks using the same consistent Clearview Cassette deployment strategy.

Additional Information and Availability

Clearfield’s FieldSmart ZoneBox is GR-326, GR-20 and GR-409 compliant and supports all industry standard singlemode and multimode connectors. Scalable to 144 ports of fiber using Clearview Cassettes, it comes loaded with customers’ interface of choice. FieldSmart ZoneBox is now shipping and available from Clearfield or Clearfield’s distribution partners.

About Clearfield, Inc.
Clearfield, Inc. (NASDAQ: CLFD) designs, manufactures and distributes fiber optic management, protection and delivery products for the communications networks of leading ILECS, CLECs, MSO/cable TV companies and mobile broadband providers. We help service providers solve the Fiber Puzzle, which is how to reduce high costs associated with deploying, managing, protecting and scaling a fiber optic network to deliver the mobile, residential and business services customers want. Based on the patented Clearview™ Cassette, our unique single-architected, modular fiber management platform is designed to lower the cost of broadband deployment and maintenance by consolidating, protecting and distributing incoming and outgoing fiber circuits and enable our customers to scale their operations as their subscriber revenues increase. Headquartered in Plymouth, MN, Clearfield deploys millions of fiber ports each year throughout North America and beyond.

A Gold Pass member asked for a tutorial about how to import data stored in Comma Separated Values file (CSV file) and use it to draw rectangles on a chart.

This tutorial envisages two scenarios. In the first, each line of the file contains two price levels and a color. The tutorial program processes the data and draws a box between the two price levels all the way across the chart. The color of the rectangle is set to the color contained on the same line as the levels.

In the second scenario each line in the CSV file also contains and start date and time and an end date and time. Boxes are drawn between the two date/times and between the two levels.

This tutorial only applies to TradeStation. It was written in version 9.5 and has been tested in version 9.5 and 10.

The first part of the tutorial lines are drawn similar to the following:

The following is an example of the output from the second part of the tutorial:

Programming notes

In both programs the EasyLanguage StreamReader is used to read in the data from the CSV file. In the first part of the program, a print out of the contents of the TokenList using the following code:

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Results in the following:

In both parts of the tutorial a method is created named DrawBox. The methods share the same name however in the first part of tutorial the method does not process date/times and uses BNPoints to create the rectangle. In the second part, which uses start date/times and end date/times, the method uses DTPoints to create the rectangle.

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Zone Box Enclosure

Tutorial 156 video

This unprotected and commented programs (i.e. the TradeStation EasyLanguage show-me studies):

  • _Tutorial156 (the program developed in the first part of the tutorial)
  • _Tutorial156-w-datetime (the program developed in the second part of the tutorial)

are available for immediate download for $24.95 by clicking the following ‘add to cart’ button where you may pay with a credit card or by using PayPal.

The program is compatible with versions TradeStation 9.5 and above, including 10. It is not compatible with MultiCharts.

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