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Login or Create an Account If you would like to make a purchase today, add items to your shopping cart. Click the image for a popup. Just like our competition sights, the STS2 head up display provides an unobstructed sight picture in which the red dot hovers on the sight line, illuminating the point of impact on the target, creating the fastest target acquisition in existence, and unlimited eye relief. Similarly it uses a beam-splitter lens made of glass; hard coated for maximum scratch resistance, and light transmission, while the parallax free design enables targets to be acquired without the need to center he dot in the lens. The battery tray is O-ring seled, and is part of the waterproofing that goes into every STS. A 10 position manually operated push button switch provides precision intensity adjustment, previous intensity return, and auto off after 8 hours of inactivity. A positive locking screw for both windage and elevation lock the adjustment screws in position. These sights are available in Black only with a 3 or 6 MOA dot. The dot size cannot be changed via plug in modules like the standard C-MORE sights. Exec Time: 0.120222 Seconds. Memory Usage: 5.220375 Megabytes. To use your Reward Points make sure you input the amount you wish to use (from your total accumulated amount) at the checkout process. Reward Points cannot be transferred to another user and expire in 12 months unless new points are accumulated prior to the 12 month expiration date in which case the 12 months period resets. The Reward Points are available to you for any future purchase on the DAA webshop. Replacement for FN PS 90 Just like our competition sights, the STS head up display provides an unobstructed sight picture in which the red dot hovers on the sight line, illuminating the point of impact on the target, creating the fastest target acquisition in existence, and unlimited eye relief.

Similarly, it uses a beam-splitter lens made of glass; hard coated for maximum scratch resistance, and light transmission, while the parallax free design enables targets to be acquired without the need to center the dot in the lens. The battery tray is 0-ring sealed, and is part of the waterproofing that goes into every STS. A 3 position switch provides automatic intensity adjustment; a high brightness setting; and an off position. A positive locking screw for both windage and elevation lock the adjustment screws in position. Replacement for FN PS 90. Learn more about our ReturnIf you cannot upgrade your browser or use an alternative device to visit us,The C-More STS Mini Red Dot Sight features a head up display that provides an unobstructed sight picture in which the red dot hovers on the sight line, illuminating the point of impact on the target and creating the fastest target acquisition in existence, and unlimited eye relief. Similarly, the CMore STS Mini Red Dot uses a beam-splitter lens made of glass; hard coated for maximum scratch resistance, and light transmission, while the parallax free design enables targets to be acquired without the need to center he dot in the lens. The battery tray is O-ring sealed, and is part of the waterproofing that goes into every CMore STS Reflex sight. A 3 position switch provides automatic intensity adjustment; a high brightness setting; and an off position. A positive locking screw for both windage and elevation lock the adjustment screws in position. I work nights. I carry it in a Safariland 6280 holster, which I had to modify with my dremel tool to get the gun to fit with the MRDS mounted. I.Pros: Works well. Cons: Could be smallerIts very bright great for outdoor shooting thats the reason I went with the c-more. I looked at a lot in same price range and went with the C-more.No regrets go for it you will love it. Pros: Small,Very bright.

Just like our competition sights, the RTS2 head up display provides an unobstructed sight picture in which the red dot hovers on the sight line, illuminating the point of impact on the target, creating the fastest target acquisition in existence, and unlimited eye relief. Similarly it uses a beam-splitter lens made of glass; hard coated for maximum scratch resistance, and light transmission, while the parallax free design enables targets to be acquired without the need to center the dot in the lens. The RTS2 uses a CR2032, lithium battery that is contained within a removable battery tray which permits battery replacement without dismounting the sight; this eliminates the need for re-zeroing when replacing a battery. The battery tray is O-ring sealed, and is part of the waterproofing that goes into every RTS2. A 10 position manually operated push button switch provides precision intensity adjustment, previous intensity return, and auto off after 8 hours of inactivity. The RTS2 aircraft alloy housing and electronics are designed to handle the hottest loads from large caliber firearms. The RTS2 provides 1 moa click adjustments for windage and elevation resulting in pin point accuracy.Website by The Memecrafter Group. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. Price. Magnification. Lens diameter. Minimal magnification. Price. Magnification. Lens diameter. Minimal magnification. Pieces of advice, guides, reviews, novelties, and much more. Schneider Electric’s Innovation Summits are all about preparing you to lead in this era.Please try again later.For more details, please read our We are excited that you have joined the group. You will receive your first welcome message soon. It will describe the email program and what to expect in the upcoming weeks. Enjoy. Made in The USA by CZ Custom, Combo slide racker and C-More STS, sight Base. Included angle to set sight at correct angle for easy sighting in.

Remove existing sight and drift into factory dovetail, lock in place with included set screw Does NOT include C-More CTS sight Please Sign in or create an account Sign up for newsletter today. Terms and Conditions NEWS General News Press Releases Press Contact CONTACT AMETEK Sales Offices International Distributors Use directly in custody transfer application where high accuracy means money. The superior specifications combined with a long history of reliability and low drift have made the STS probes the working standard in many national laboratories worldwide. STS sensors are economical, and offer fast response times, low immersion depths, compact physical sizes, and specified low drift rates; even at high temperatures. The result The current version of this guide This will filter the available Simple as that!?? The following browsers do not allow offline access: Nil Info No Surveillance Equipment. SSR Modes Info SSR Modes A,C and S. ADS Info ADS B and C 0 Info 0 (zero) if no other information. STS Info. New reasons: ATFMX, FFR, FLTCK, HAZMAT, MARSA, MEDEVAC. DAT Info Indicate data applications or capabilities not specified in Item 10a. SUR Info Include surveillance applications or capabilities not specified in Item 10b. DEP Info Name and location of departure aerodrome, if ZZZZ is inserted in Item 13, or the ATS unit for which supplementary flight plan data can be obtained if AFIL is inserted in Item 13. DEST Info Name and location of destination aerodrome, if ZZZZ is inserted in Item 16. DOF Info Date Of Flight departure in a six figure format: YYMMDD. REG Info The nationality or common mark and registration mark of the aircraft, if different from the aircraft identification in Item 7. EET Info Significant points or FIR boundary designators and accumulated estimated elapsed times from take-off to such points or FIR boundaries, when so prescribed on the basis of regional air navigation agreements, or by the appropriate ATS authority.

TYP Info Type(s) of aircraft preceded if necessary without a space by number(s) of aircraft and separated by one space if ZZZZ is inserted in Item 9.Example: “F00001” is the lowest aircraft address contained in the specific block administered by ICAO. DLE Info Enroute delay or holding: insert the significant point(s) on the route where a delay is planned to occur, followed by the length of delay using four figure time in hours and minutes (hhmm). OPR Info ICAO designator or name of the aircraft operating agency, if different from the aircraft identification in item 7. ORGN Info The originator’s 8 letter AFTN address or other appropriate contact details, in cases where the originator of the flight plan may not be readily identified, as required by the appropriate ATS authority PER Info Aircraft performance data, indicated by a single letter. ALTN Info Name of destination aerodrome alternate aerodrome(s), if ZZZZ in inserted in Item 16. RALT Info ICAO four letter indicator(s) for en-route alternate(s), as specified in Doc 7910, Location Indicators, or name(s) of en-route alternate(s), if no indicator is allocated. TALT Info ICAO four letter indicator(s) for take-off alternate(s), as specified in Doc 7910, Location Indicators, or name(s) of take-off alternate(s), if no indicator is allocated. RIF Info The route details to the revised destination aerodrome, following by the ICAO four-letter location indicator of the aerodrome.ICAO Doc 7030 Regional Supplementary Procedures, EUR region. RVR Info Runway Visual Range. It indicates the minimum RVR requirement of the flight. ICAO Doc 7030 Regional Supplementary Procedures, EUR region. It enables the users of the tool to have a constant access to the most up-to-date version of the manual.

The document is available for consultation and for download on the EUROCONTROL Internet Site:Only in the case of contingency, where the tool and the electronic version are not available or may be considered unreliable shall a printed version be the official source. For a brief tutorial on the usage of STS, see the Quick Start Guide. Table of contents Introduction Basic Usage Search Traverse Input Pane Top bar Sequence display area Query input area Console Settings Output Pane Top bar Results display area Console Introduction Table of Contents Suffix Tree Searcher (STS) is a program for performing rapid pattern searches and finding common subsequences in DNA sequence data sets. STS is capable of analyzing small or very large data sets. The Graphical User Interface (GUI) is implemented in Java, and the backend is implemented in C. STS works by indexing the DNA data set into data structures called suffix trees, which reside on the user’s hard disk. The constructed suffix trees can then be explored in a variety of ways. In particular, suffix trees permit extremely fast pattern searches of the data set. The suffix trees can also be analyzed to find the most common patterns (which can be arbitrarily large) occurring in a given data set, based on a variety of filters. The user interface consists of one window, that is toggled between displaying one of two primary panes: the Input pane and the Output pane. In general, the input pane is used for specify settings and initiate most actions, while the output pane displays the results. STS accepts FASTA -formatted DNA sequence files as input, and presents output in tabular form. Basic Usage Table of Contents A basic usage scenario works like this: import your sequences, build a suffix tree to index the sequences, analyze the sequences using the suffix tree. Searches Searches consist of querying the data set for exact or inexact patterns.

Patterns can be specified by entering a query into the Pattern box of the Input Pane, and clicking the Search button on the Input Pane. Multiple queries can be performed at once, by separating the patterns with a semi-colon (; ). Searches performed in this manner are conducted on all sequences in the data set, at any position, and any length. In order search for a pattern located at a specific sequence, and position, enter a triple for each query: e.g. 2, 123500, 15. This will cause the pattern at the given position and sequence to be searched against all sequences. By default, a search produces a single results table for each query. Traversals Traversals consist of examining the input sequences for common substrings. Traversals produce one or more result tables, depending on which settings are selected. The traversal section of the settings window allows the user to select the different types of result tables that are presented. Each different setting will, if selected, produce one or more additional result tables. In this case, one result table would be produced for each value of N, with the LCS for that N value would displayed in a results table, giving 100 results total for this particular traversal. The Input Pane Table of Contents The Input pane is where most queries are entered and initiated, and where settings are applied for queries. The Input pane can be divided into four areas: the top bar, the sequence display area, the console output area, and the query input area. The Input pane contains a button to open the settings window. Top bar The top bar contains buttons for initiating the primary actions of STS. Sequences must be imported before other actions such as tree building can be taken. The user is prompted to choose a name for the suffix tree to represent the data set, which by default is the name of the first file selected. This name will also be used for the name of the on-disk file that will contain all suffix tree data for the dataset.

This tree is required in order to query the data set. This process may take several minutes for very large inputs. Settings can be adjusted in the Settings window. Since building the suffix tree is the most time-consuming part of the process, this option allows the user to skip the building phase the next time the program is opened. Consequently, the sequences can be analyzed on different computers without having to rebuild, by transferring the suffix tree data, and importing the tree. Queries and settings are entered in the search section of the query input area. Queries and settings are entered in the traversal section of the query input area. Additional settings are available in the Settings window. Sequence display area The sequence display are takes up the most space in the Input panel. It takes the form of a table containing a single row for each sequence in the input files. Each input sequence is associated with a number from 1 to the number of sequences. All other characters are ignored. This column is deprecated; it was previously used for development purposes. Query input area The query input area is used to specify the options for searches and traversals before they are initiated through top bar buttons. As such, the area is divided into Search and Traverse areas, each with their own input boxes. Patterns can also be specified by entering 3 numbers per pattern for e.g. “2, 125000, 25”. If multiple patterns can be entered by separating individual patterns with a semi-colon “;”. If left blank, the number of mismatches allowed will be zero. Mismatches currently do not work when specifying multiple patterns at once. Takes a sequence number, as shown in the Number column of the Sequence Display Area of the Input Pane. Console The console area displays output from the backend executables when building the suffix tree or importing sequences, such as the amount of time a process took to complete, and is used to report any errors that arise during a process.

Red text will be shown here if an error occurs. Settings The settings window contains tabs for altering the settings of STS: General settings Settings pertaining to the general operation of the program. This should be the same as the parent directory of the.ST file, if loading a previously constructed suffix tree. This section allows the user to feed command-line arguments directly to the individual executables that implement the backend. Build settings Settings for suffix tree building. The average user should not need to adjust this, as the partition size is automatically adjusted for the the user’s computer when the suffix tree is built. The average user should not need to adjust this. May increase memory load during the subsequent merge phase. When building suffix trees for large data sets, selecting this option may decrease the time build time. Traverse settings Settings governing the types of result sets displayed from a traversal. Each setting will produce additional table(s). Produces a single result table. Produces a single result table. A result table will be produced for each set. The number of substrings displayed can be specified by the “Max results” section of the “Traverse” query input section of the Input Panel. Search settings Settings governing the display of search results. This is useful for determining which result corresponds to which sequence(s). Results display area This area contains result tables from queries. Each row corresponds to a result. Each table has an associated Remove table and View in separate window button. Result tables are added to the display area for each subsequent query, and remain until individually removed, or the window is cleared. Result tables display information about each result in columns. Tables can be sorted by multiple columns.

The columns present in each differs depending on whether the table is displaying search or traversal results: Traversal result tables Each row in a traversal result table corresponds to a LCS. The columns listed below are present in all traversal result tables. This number serves to identify the specific LCS in the context of the given result table. The number of nucleotides displayed here is controlled with the “Display length” box in Traverse section of the Input Panel. The user can right-click the pattern to perform a pattern search for the sequence in the whole data set, without the need to copy and paste the pattern into the Input Pane. Search result tables Although the number of hits displayed is controlled by the user, the table title always shows the total number of hits. This number serves to identify the specific result in the context of the given result table. Console The console area displays output from the backend executables during searches or traversals, such as the amount of time a process took to complete, and is used to report any errors that arise during a process. Red text will be shown here if an error occurs. Example traversal queries It is easiest to understand the various traversal result tables in terms of the queries they answer. Below are some example queries, along with the settings required to produce the desired results, and the corresponding result tables that are produced. Note that LCS stands for longest common substring, roughly equivalent to a maximal exact match in other literature. Note also that the letter n refers to a number of times a substring occurs, and the letter k refers to a number of inputs the substring is found in. Result Table: Standard N Results. Table: Standard Results OR individual tables for each pair. Table: Custom Results. Note: There is some inconsistency among the result sets as to whether the numbering commences at 1, or 2.

A result row corresponding to 1 usually makes logical sense, but often has no use for the investigator. Note that Sequence and Position is specific to only one occurrence of the string in question. It can be useful to play with the multi-column sorting feature. For example, sorting on the Where column can often give an investigator a good impression of which inputs are most similar to other inputs. Such information can help guide future search and traversal queries on the same inputs, and may also provide ideas for building new trees with different inputs. Future Features Below is a list of some features that we hope to implement in the future. In most cases, the algorithms exist in code or are at least well understood. Multiple pattern matching Wildcard inexact pattern matching Hamming distance inexact pattern matching Edit distance inexact pattern matching Additional columns of information in result tables Table summary information (eg.Gusfield’s book in particular mentions many of these. Tandem repeats Inexact tandem repeats Gene level decomposition of sequences Application to larger alphabets (eg. We urgently need your letters of support for our grant application by today. All Rights Reserved. Powered by - Designed with the Hueman theme.