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How to Read a Rotameter From the Top

Rotameters are used to measure the flow rate of a gas through an orifice or series of tubing. There are many different types of rotameters available on the market today; most of them work based on gravity. The gas flow causes a small ball to rise in a graduated column, while gravity pushes down. This […]



How to Use the Actron Cp9135 Auto Code Reader

Although the Actron CP9135 is no longer in production, it is still a widely available code reader in the automotive repair and parts industry. The CP9135 is OBD II compliant. This was the second phase of automobile on-board diagnostics that standardized plug connections and tools to read trouble codes on all vehicles manufactured from 1996 […]



Photoshop Won’t Start Reading Preferences

Adobe Photoshop enables users to set up custom preferences so they can save time and speed up work flow. When Photoshop is launched, the software “reads” a user’s preferences before loading the program so that everything is as it should be when the user begins working. If Photoshop fails to read your preferences, you can […]



Reading Home Drug Test Results

Reading a home drug test is fairly simple and will give you information on if a person has drugs in their system. Learn how to read home drug tests with tips from a Certified Medical Assistant in this free drug testing video.



How to Change Language Settings in Acrobat Reader

If you installed the multilingual version of Adobe Acrobat XI or X, you can choose from dozens of languages for the interface. Regular versions of the application usually come with only your native language and English. You can change the language from the Preferences window and configure Adobe Reader to prompt the user for a […]



How to Read Toyota VIN Numbers

Every car that is manufactured has a vehicle identification number (VIN). The VIN is a group of numbers and letters that gives information about the car, from make and model to where and by whom it was manufactured. Every part of the number is essential to identifying a car. Find the VIN where the right […]



How to Read Recorder Music Notes

Learning how to play a recorder is fairly easy. If you know how a recorder works, how to get sounds from it and how to read recorder fingering charts to identify the notes you need to play, you will be well on your way to creating music with the instrument. Blow into the mouthpiece to […]



How Do I Read My Eye Exam Results?

It’s easy to be confused after an eye exam when your doctor hands you a prescription. It might contain words with which you are unfamiliar, or abbreviations and numbers that don’t make sense to you. The results listed on this prescription are nothing to worry about—your eye doctor is simply leaving detailed instructions about your […]



How to Read Screw Sizes

Screw sizes are written in an alphanumeric code that can be difficult to decipher if you’re not familiar with the system. Sequences like "4-30 x .10," "1/8-10 x 4/6" and "M5-.4 x 15" may seem meaningless, but they say a lot, and you need the right screw to do the job. Purchasing or using the […]



The Best Study Lamps

Finding the best lighting for study is important for everyone, young and old and in between. For the sake of maximizing the use of time and energy, and for the very important goal of preserving eyesight, anyone reading for understanding and retention needs not only adequate light, but light that ensures reading with ease. Only […]



How To Read a Vernier Depth Gauge

A Vernier gauge is a useful measurement device equipped with two scales, one fixed and one that slides. It can measure extremely precise distances, in some cases to .02 mm. Anyone doing construction or remodeling work and in need of accurate measurements of the depth of a slot, hole or recess will find a Vernier […]



The Average Words Per Minute Reading Speed

A reader’s average reading speed per minute depends on the age, education level and the fluency level of the individual. Fluency refers to the ability of an individual to read quickly and to accurately comprehend written materials. Reading Development If a student starts reading early, her average reading speed per minute will increase with age. […]



How to Read Evernote on Kindle

Evernote allows you to bring your documents with you on all your mobile devices, avoiding the need to copy files back and forth. Kindle Fire devices run a modified version of Android, so you can install Evernote’s Android app from the Amazon Appstore to access the service’s full list of features. This app won’t work […]



How to Read New Electric Meters

Traditional electric meters display turning dials or spinning discs which measure kilowatt-hours, or KWh, and are interpreted by reading each dial or disc separately, with each representing units of Watts in thousands, hundreds, tens and ones. New electrical meters simply present the total kilowatt-hours used by the customer on a digital display, not unlike an […]



How to Read a Wattmeter

A wattmeter measures the electrical usage rate in watts, and describes the amount of power used over a given period of time. Your electrical meter is one familiar wattmeter. Another common wattmeter plugs in between your wall-socket and a household device, such as a toaster or television set. Recently available larger devices effectively duplicate your […]



How to Calculate Reading Light Requirements

It’s convenient to have an extra light in a room specifically for reading. Reading requires more light than other activities. By having a reading light, you can keep the rest of the light in your room muted while still having enough in one area to read comfortably. If you put a reading light next to […]



How to Read a Torque Wrench

Reading a torque wrench is very simple, as it have numbers that go down around the handle, and they can read in pounds or in metric measurements. Learn about torque wrench settings with help from a general contractor in this free video on using shop tools.



How to Read Sports Lines

In sports, the “line” on a game reflects an oddsmaker’s prediction not only of the outcome on the field, but also of the “action” on the game among bettors. Lines are set up in an attempt to get a roughly equal amount of money bet on both sides of each game, so that the sports […]