Original Factory FTKN (KYN28A) -12 Indoor Exchange Metal Armored Withdrawable Switchgear to Portland Factories
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FTKN (KYN28A) -12 indoor exchange metal armored withdrawable switchgear is the transmission and distribution control of the single bus segmentation system device that is used for receiving and distributing the power.
It is mainly used for power distribution of power plants, small and medium-sized generator transmission, industrial and mining enterprises and also used for accepting and feeding, large high voltage motor starting plants of the secondary substation to control, protect and detect the whole line.
Lost my hot water last night – 2007 GE THQP230 breaker failed. Called the “Thin Line” and “Q Series” breaker. Made in the USA.
A remix of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Details below!
Listen on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/pogomix/data-picard-pogo
Temba, his arms wide! In Tamarian this signifies the giving of a gift, first heard in the excellent episode Darmok. Data & Picard is my tribute to one of the greatest TV series of all time. It is an original track featuring the voices of Captain Picard (Patrick Stewart) and Commander Data (Brent Spiner), accompanied by a music video I shot entirely in my living room with a green screen and lights.
The track opens with the Klingon Victory Song, followed by a remix of Data singing Che Gelida Manina in the episode ‘In Theory’. This episode was the first ever to be directed by Patrick Stewart and I didn’t realize this until after the track was finished.
I sourced the Ben Nye makeup that was used to turn Spiner into Data, and a replica of the iconic Star Fleet uniform. Unfortunately I couldn’t get the contact lenses in and I could only get the uniform in red, so I spent a huge amount of time changing the colour of my eyes and uniform in post.
The video was shot in Slog 4k ProRes HQ using a Sony A7SII and an Atomos Ninja Flame. Lights included 3x Arri 800w Tungstens, 2x Socanland LED banks to light the screen, and one 2000w Blonde to simulate sunlight. BIG thanks to the guys at HD Rentals in Perth for helping me out. http://www.hdrentals.tv/
Thanks to everybody for their amazing support!