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The Samson S-Direct Plus Stereo Active Direct Box is studio quiet and built like a tank, It is perfect for balancing stereo keyboard signals, unbalanced tape/CD outputs, or any stereo (or dual mono) signal. The Samson S-Direct Plus features two 1/4-inch unbalanced inputs, two XLR balanced outputs, two 1/4-inch link outputs, switchable ground lift. Powered via phantom power or 9V battery. As a regular feature of a club sound system or as a durable road piece the S-Direct is the only direct box yo... Read more
Part Numbers: S-Direct Plus, S-direct plus, SAM SDP, SAM-SDIRECTPLUS, SASDIRPLUS, SDIRECTPLUS
UPC: 0809164004554, 809164004554
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SAMSON SAMSON PLAZA, TWO W. SECOND STREET TULSA, OK 74103-3103 800-735-2830 fax: 918-560-6867 Email: email@example.com
APPLICATION AND AUTHORIZATION FOR AUTOMATIC DIRECT DEPOSIT SAMSON RESOURCES COMPANY SAMSON LONE STAR, LLC SAMSON CONTOUR ENERGY E&P, LLC
PLEASE COMPLETE A FORM FOR EACH OWNER NUMBER
OWNER NUMBER: OWNER NAME: (Joint Name if Applicable) SOCIAL SECURITY OR TAX 10 NUMBER: MAILING ADDRESS CITY, STATE, ZIP PRIMARY TELEPHONE NUMBER: ALTERNATE TELEPHONE NUMBER(S): EMAIL ADDRESS: 1. I hereby authorize Samson to deposit my royalty payments to the checking account and financial institution indicated below. Also, I hereby authorize the financial institution set forth below to deposit my royalty payments to my account. Samson will email me notification if and when a distribution has been made, if I have provided an email address. I will have access to my revenue detail on the Samson Web site at www.samson.com/ownerrelations through a secure log-in procedure. Please deposit all of my royalty payments as follows: CHECKING ACCOUNT (Only One Account. a. Name of financial institution City and State Bank Routing No. Your CHECKING Account # _ Samson Will Not Split Distributions between 2 or More Accounts) _ _
This authorization is to remain in full force and effect until Samson has received written notification from me of its termination and in such manner as to permit Samson and the financial institution of my choice a reasonable opportunity (as determined in the sole discretion of Samson) to act upon my instructions. Owner Name(s) (please print) _ (Name as shown on your account - if joint account, both parties must be indicated and both signatures included.) Date Signed _ Signature as on your Samson account Date Signed _ Signature of Joint Samson account holder (if applicable)
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(Application will be denied if a voided check from the account listed above is not----------attached)
C O N V E Y
Q U A L I T Y
SAM SON B U LK MATERIAL RECEIVI NG U N IT
3 Surface Installation 4 The Samson Solution 5 Universal Application 6 Operational Concept 7 Discharge Rate Control 8 Body & Entry Designs 9 Samson Construction 10 Dust & Fume Control 11 Enclosure Systems 12 Discharge Interface 13 Feeder Options 14 Hydraulic Drive 15 Mechanical Drive 16 Instrumentation 17 Electrical Controls 18 Sizing and Screening 19 Storage Solutions 20 Under Floor Options 21 Railcar Discharge 22 Related Products 23 After Sales & Service 2
Mobile Samson in Quarry with Integral Sizer receives from Dump Trucks Mobile Samson Feeder receives Kaolin for Ship Loading (Truck to Ship Concept)
A UNIQUE CONCEPT
B&W Mechanical Handling Ltd. developed the Samson surface feeder concept to satisfy the demands of clients requiring a mobile solution to receive general bulk materials such as coal and aggregates direct from tipping trucks in mainly Ship Loading applications where fixed plant was not a viable option. The Samson concept eliminated the need for any truck ramps or fixed civil work and was rapidly extended to fixed plant projects where the flexibility of surface installation was a clear benefit.
The Samson Receives Coal for the Coking Plant at a major UK steel works operating continuously 24/7
No Deep Pits. No Underground Hoppers. No Expensive Civil Works. Flexibility of Location. One Piece Integrated Machine. Receives Direct from Trucks. Receives Direct from Shovels. Buffer Holding Capacity. Fast Truck Discharge. Controlled Rate Feeding. Handles Dry and Dusty Materials. Reduced Dust Generation. Handles Wet and Sticky Materials. No Risk of Bridging or Blockage. Reduced Energy Consumption. Easy Maintenance Access. Easy Housekeeping Access. Reliable in Service. Proven References Worldwide.
The Samson receives Sand for a Mortar Plant discharging to Belt Transfer Conveyor
The Samson provides a compact solution for this new Mortar plant and by combining a cross mounted transfer conveyor with a vertical bucket elevator to raise the sand to storage silos the complete equipment could then be surface mounted avoiding the cost and complication of underground pits and hoppers.
Illustrated above a conventional underground truck tipping hopper with deep pit and feeder discharging to an inclined belt conveyor to raise the material out of the pit and to the associated process plant. Requires permanent and expensive civil works and cannot be relocated to accommodate plant development.
The Samson Bulk Material Receiving Unit Truck Dump Station
AN ECONOMICAL SOLUTION
In this Cement Grinding Plant three Samson Bulk Material Receiving Units intake Cement Clinker plus other additives for the whole plant
Flexible side seals contain the larger material whilst the raised belt edge contains any fines passing the main seal to prevent chain contamination
Wide Belt Design Eliminates Bridging
The wide Apron-Belt design permits a very low loading height allowing the trucks to discharge direct to the entry section with only a small access ramp.
The wide Apron-Belt design combines the strength of a Steel Apron Feeder with the cleanliness of a Belt Feeder. Since the material depth is less than the belt width the bridging and blockages associated with conventional tapered hoppers is completely eliminated guaranteeing reliable discharge.
Highly developed over many years the Samson side seal contains the material within the body preventing spillage.
External Chains Outside the Material Flow
Trapezoidal shaped apron bars at every chain pitch provide maximum support and allow minimum sprocket diameter.
Steel Apron Bars Support the Load
Flexible Side Seal with outer Belt Ledge
Conveyor Belt Aligned with the Chain Pin Centre and Rivetted to the Steel Apron Bars
Load Carried on the Chain Rollers
Broken Glass is received by the Samson at a Recycling Operation
Material is drawn from the tipping truck into the Samson body by the forward moving apron-belt conveyor. The operating concept can be divided into three stages as illustrated. Stage A: The first truck arrives and discharges its material on to the forward moving Samson apron-belt. As the Samson belt moves forward so the material is drawn from the truck body. Stage B: When the truck is empty it departs the Samson and the material contained within the Samson is continually discharged to the following conveyor system. The material moves forward and the Samson entry section is exposed. Stage C: After the first truck has departed the following truck reverses into position. During this time period the forward moving Samson apron-belt has exposed the entry section ready to accept the next truck contents. And so it goes on.
During the Truck Manoeuvring Cycle the Samson Entry empties ready to accept the next load
Material is drawn into the empty Samson body by the forward moving Apron-Belt
The Complete Truck Contents transferred to the Samson body
Material Stored within the Samson body may be at various Load Levels along the length of the Samson
DISCHARGE RATE CONTROL
As material is transferred from the truck or shovel to the Samson the load level varies from zero to 100 % along the machine length. Since the output rate is proportional to the material bed depth and belt speed it is necessary to regulate the bed depth such that the output rate may be controlled by varying only the belt speed.
Levelling Blade controls the material bed depth at the Samson Discharge
The Levelling Blade solution maintains a constant bed depth at the discharge by cutting the peaks into the troughs and enables the final output rate to be closely regulated. For extremely cohesive materials the rotating Teaser shown right performs the same task by cutting the flow into manageable pieces.
The Samson with Deflected Chassis and Parallel Entry (width 3.0 m) receives Broken Glass from both Tipping Trucks and Shovels
BODY AND ENTRY DESIGNS
The Samson Deflected Chassis design provides a near horizontal loading section to receive material from tipping trucks to maximise the entry volume and eliminate any risk of the truck tailgate fouling the apron-belt. For use only with Shovels the Straight Chassis design is adequate to maintain the Samsonholding volume. For operation with trucks the access ramp height directly controls the Samson entry volume and therefore the time required to discharge the truck. Illustration A shows a standard ramp giving a reasonable entry capacity of say 10 tons. Illustration B shows a raised ramp height giving an increased entry volume to reduce the truck tipping time and increase the overall average handling rate. For operation with multiple truck designs the Universal Truck Entry provides total flexibility.
Standard Ramp Raised Ramp for Greater Entry Volume
Flare Entry width from 4.0 to 6.0 m.
The Samson with Straight Chassis and Flared Entry (width 4.5 m) receives Sandy Clay from Shovels Universal Truck Entry for All Truck Types
The Samson is available in five basic design ranges each signified by the chain tension rating known as. Samson 380 for light materials and low duty applications. Samson 450 with its short pitch chain design ideal for medium duty mobile applications where the lowest entry height is required. Samson 450 Super for medium duty continuous process applications typically handling fuels, crushed stone, clinker and similar graded materials. Samson 800 for continuous duty applications handing heavier mineral ores and where continuous availability is mandatory. Samson 1600 for extreme duty applications including ROM material sizes and for the most arduous operating conditions.
The Massive Samson 1600 receives Gabbros Rock from Shovels for Barge Loading at 1,000 t.p.h.
The Samson construction expands in strength as the chain specification increases
Samson 1600 9
The Samson with Deflected Chassis and Full Enclosure including Dust Filter receives Cement Clinker
DUST AND FUME CONTROL
The Samson Surface Feeder is the ideal solution for the intake of dry and dusty materials where dust pollution is a real hazard. Material free fall is near zero and the bulk of the truck contents is drawn into the Samson body in a controlled stream eliminating particulate separation and therefore virtually eliminating dust pollution at source. Only when handling the most dusty materials (Cement Clinker for example) is it necessary to provide dust extraction and then only a relatively small air volume is required. Typically only 25% of the rate required for extraction on conventional deep hoppers thus saving not only on capital cost but also on long term operational costs also.
Flow into the Samson in a Controlled Stream Displaced Air
Free Falling Materials Separate into Particles Generating.Dust. Expelled by the Displaced Air
With a conventional underground hopper the material falls free allowing particulate separation and generating high velocity displaced air. The displaced air ejects the dust particles from the hopper at high speed causing extreme fugitive dust pollution with both environmental and health and safety implications.
Conventional Underground Hopper
Resultant Dust Pollution
Enclosure with Fume Extraction for Odious Materials
Mobile Samson with Flexible PVC Sheet Partial Enclosure
Full Enclosure with Flexible Entry Curtain but without Dust Extraction
Full Enclosure with Ducted Dust Extraction
Fixed enclosures clad in Profiled Steel sheeting over a fabricated steel frame made integral to the body of the Samson eliminating the need for additional or separate buildings. less cost. greater flexibility. The enclosure may be supplied complete in flatpacked components for site assembly or may be manufactured locally with an engineering only package by B&W.
Enclosure with Extended Flared Entry for large Mining Dump Trucks
The Samson enclosure integrated to a complete coal preparation plant handling ROM material direct from the adjacent open cast mine
Twin Samson Surface Feeders discharge to a Common Belt Conveyor at 90 degrees with Parallel Chutes
Parallel Head Chute for 90 degree Transfer Standard Samson body will be terminated to an outlet flange at this level
The Samson with a Centralising Head Chute discharges to a conveyor positioned In-Line
The Parallel Head Chute eliminates risk of bridging and blockage when handling cohesive materials and is always the preferred solution where the plant arrangement permits. Where the ongoing conveyor is in-line or at an angle to the Samson then the centralising chute is the only option but generally this solution is less compact and requires an increased discharge height.
Centralising Head Chute
Vibro-Feeder controlling feed rate to a Steep Angle Belt Conveyor
Single Screw Feeder provides metered output to a Bucket Elevator
Kleen-Line Belt Feeder transfer to Bucket Elevator
Twin Screws meter output to Progressive Cavity Pump
Vibro-Feeder with Reject Grill to remove over size material
For closely controlled discharge rate down to a few cubic metres per hour a suitable feeder device at the Samson discharge is required. Using the Samson head chute as a small buffer hopper the output of the Samson is regulated using high a level detector to stop/start the drive and maintain a constant level in the head chute. Generally not used with a Levelling Blade except in special conditions.
Vibratory Feeder provides regulated output to an inclined belt conveyor
Hydraulic Drive comprising Variable Displacement Hydraulic Pump providing local or remote belt speed control
G L B M A C D E H F
Axial Piston Hydraulic Pump Set
Comprehensive protection and oil filtration systems guarantee long life and reliable operation
A - Suction Strainer. B - Hydraulic Pump. C - Pressure Filter. D - Relief Valve. E - Solenoid Control Valve. F - Speed Control Valve.
G - Hydraulic Motor. H - Reduction Gear. J - Oil Cooler (where required). K - Return Line Filter. L - Reservoir Instrumentation. M - Reservoir Heater.
Radial Piston Hydraulic Motor
All Samson Feeders are supplied as standard with a shaft mounted reduction gear
Hydraulic drives are available for all machines but are preferred under the following conditions: Very high torque demand or when dual gear drives are required to equalise the load share on each side of the drive shaft. Compact high power transmission capacity generally for drives over 55 kW. Rapid drive cycling when used with a level detector control in the head chute. Mechanical Drives provide a less complex alternative and are the preferred solution for: Continuous output using the Levelling Blade solution thus avoiding rapid drive cycling. Remotely controlled variable speed is required interfaced to a central process control. Where there may be a problem with maintenance facilities for hydraulic equipment.
High efficiency Helical/Bevel main reduction gear with helical primary
Worm main gear unit with helical primary reduction to achieve the required overall gear ratio
G H F E
For the safe operation and protection of the Samson feeder various items of field instrumentation are available: A - Rotating Warning Beacon linked to a drive torque monitoring system to warn of impending overload and indicate to the operator to cease filling. B - Ultrasonic Detector to signal the presence of a vehicle at the Samson entry and initiate a controlled startup sequence for the Samson and the ongoing plant. C - When the Samson head chutes forms a buffer hopper for an ongoing feeder this Level Detector is linked to the drive control to start the Samson on low level and stop on high level, see the diagram or the right. D - Blocked Chute detector arranged to stop the Samson drive if the head chute is over filled or blocked with material. E - Hydraulic Fluid Reservoir protection systems to inhibit the electric motor in the event of high fluid temperature or low fluid level. F - Tail shaft Rotation Sensor to inhibit the drive system in the event rotation is lost in normal operation. G - Traffic Lamp linked to the ongoing process control to signal either the machine readiness or the grade or type of material required. H - Local control cabinet plus safety stop system. Instruments are generally supplied loose but with mounting brackets to fix to the Samson or Chutes.
Samson starts on low level stops on high level
Traffic Lamp Truck Management
Chute Level Detection for use with an auxiliary feeder or when the ongoing conveyor acts as an extractor to control the feed rate.
Inverter Speed Control Modules located local to the Samson but linked to a remote control room
Variable Output Rate To control the output rate of the Samson feeder using the Levelling Blade system it is necessary to provide variable speed for the Samson belt drive. For mechanical drives an Inverter is required to control the motor speed and therefore the belt speed. For a fixed levelling blade height the output rate is proportional to the belt speed. For hydraulic drives it is necessary to provide an electronic interface for the pump servo allowing for remote speed control using a 4-20 ma signal. Interfaces Invariably the Samson will be linked to a plant control system for sequencing with other equipment. The Samson may be supplied with a local PLC plus necessary communication protocol compatible with the main plant control systems. Or, supplied with instrumentation only plus such as Inverter unit(s) which will be connected individually to the clients control systems located in the main plant control room.
Weighing Idler Local Cabinet with Motor Control Gear
Blending Systems When several different materials must be blended onto a common collecting conveyor multiple Samson feeders, one for each material type, may be linked to a central controller and arranged to discharge a set blend ratio as a proportion of the total output as measured by a downstream belt weigh idler. Control units are supplied loose for site installation either complete will all necessary motor control and logic gear or as a local control station only linked to an existing central motor control centre (MCC) perhaps located some distance from the equipment.
Twin Rotor Sizer supplied with the Samson 1600 Series feeder receives ROM Limestone for crushing down for onward conveying
SIZING AND SCREENING
The Samson may be supplied complete with integral rotary crusher or screening equipment to size the raw material before onward conveying, either as a package or engineered to suit clients free issue equipment. For fixed plant the Samson may be integrated to permanent building structures as illustrated right receiving Limestone from large mining dump trucks.
Samson supplied with Vibrating Screen to remove oversize material before onward conveying
The Samson 800 Series provides 100 cubic metres of live storage for Alternative Fuels in a Cement Plant.
LIVE STORAGE SOLUTIONS
For handling difficult materials that are liable to bridge and block in conventional silos the Samson offers the ideal solution for live storage with holding capacities up to around 200 tons. Illustrated above and right the conventional Samson design with horizontal loading section and inclined discharge, with this arrangement the storage volume is generally limited by the increased chain tension required to raise the load. Illustrated below a specialised application for the storage of Sewage Sludge including twin Samson surface feeders each with belt conveyor transfer to two Samson horizontal storage units within the building able to store and discharge on demand.
Extended Inclined Section for increased storage or discharge height
The Samson Horizontal Storage Bunker with Overhead Conveyor and Plough Discharger
The Side Loading Samson receives Cement Clinker for import directly to an existing conveyor installation
In confined spaces the Side Loading solution may provide an economical alternative allowing a simplified plant layout with reduced transfer points and minimum disruption to the process operation during the new equipment installation. Side loading is particularly suited to drive-over-tip applications where the Samson may be mounted below floor level or supplied with a suitable ramp allowing the trucks to drive over the Samson entry section, tip and continue in the same direction, as illustrated right and below.
The wide Apron-Belt of the Samson concept allows near vertical hopper sides permitting a very shallow pit for economical installation and for the same reason eliminating any risk of material bridging or blockage.
SIDE LOADING and DRIVE OVER TIPPING
In drive over projects handling free flowing materials a simple grill only is required to support the truck and allow material to pass through. However, for cohesive materials such a grill may blind and block and for this condition the drive over door system was developed comprising hydraulically operated doors allowing the truck to drive over and, after the doors have automatically opened, discharge direct to the Samson below without hindrance.
Discharge facility for Hopper Bottom Railcars receives coal for a Cement Plant including a Samson feeder with 80 tons holding capacity
The Samson solution for Railcar discharge may be implemented in a shallow pit, typically with depth only 4.0 metres, ideally suited in port area with high ground water level or where working on hard rock increases the cost of the excavation which with a conventional tapered hopper could be as much as 14 metres deep to obtain the necessary hopper angle for reliable material flow handling such as industrial coals etcetera. With a shallow pit the material free fall is minimised and, since the Apron-Belt of the Samson feeder is wider than the typical railcar, the material flows outward reducing the velocity of the displaced air and thereby reducing dust generation. With the deflected chassis design the raised discharge provides an ideal transfer to the following conveyor which, thanks to the shallow pit depth, may be of reduced length and therefore reduced energy input saving on capital and running costs.
The Wide Apron-Belt Samson Concept permits a Shallow Excavation and Economical Installation
The Samson Feeder integrated to this Mobile Shiploader permits direct bulk export from Truck to Ship
MOBILE SHIPLOADER and STACKER with INTEGRAL SAMSON SURFACE FEEDERS
The B&W Stormajor with integrated Samson 1600 Series Feeder and Radial Stacking Boom for Barge Loading
The B&W Stormajor combines the benefits of a Samson Surface Feeder with a Radial Stacking Boom mounted to a common mobile chassis.
AFTER SALES SERVICE
B&W Mechanical Handling Ltd., within the Aumund Group, strive to deliver the highest standards of customer support and after sales service worldwide with the collaboration of the local Aumund Group daughter companies and representative offices and including: Application advice. Conceptual Plant Layout. Plant Selection and Specification. Supervision of Installation. Commissioning. Advice on Maintenance Programmes. Rebuilding and Refurbishment. Genuine Spare Parts. Service Contracts. Our engineers are highly trained and experienced in the B&W products and familiar with the demands of continuous process industries where plant availability is critical.
THE AUMUND GROUP
AUMUND Frdererbau GmbH Saalhoffer Str. Rheinberg Phone: +49 - 2843 - Fax: +49 - 2843 - 70 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.aumund.com AUMUND Frdertechnik GmbH Saalhoffer Str. Rheinberg Phone: +49 - 2843 - Fax: +49 - 2843 - 70 e-mail: email@example.com www.aumund.com SCHADE Lagertechnik GmbH Dorstener Strae Herne Phone: +49 - 2325 - 0 Fax: +49 - 2325 - 74 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.schade-lagertechnik.com
AUMUND Holding B.V. Spoorstraat 42-KJ Venlo Phone: +31 - 77 - 11 Fax: +31 - 77 - 28 e-mail: email@example.com SWITZERLAND AUMUND AG Arther Str. 3, 6301 Zug Phone: +41 - 41 - 82 Fax: +41 - 41 - 02 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
POLAND AUMUND Polska Representative Office ul. Lektorska 34 G, 44-210 Rybnik. Phone: +48 - 32 - 11 Fax: +48 - 32 - 01 e-mail: email@example.com FRANCE AUMUND France S.A.R.L. 53, Rue dHauteville, 75010 Paris Phone: +33 - 1 - Fax: +33 - 1 - e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org BRAZIL AUMUND Ltda. Rua Haddock Lobo, 337 - 11. andar 01414-001 So Paulo, SP Phone: +55 - 11 - Fax: +55 - 11 - e-mail: email@example.com USA AUMUND Corporation 1825 Barrett Lakes Boulevard Barrett Lakes Center II Suite 520 Kennesaw, GA 30144 Phone: +1 - 770 - 226 - Fax: +1 - 770 - 953 - e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org P.R. CHINA AUMUND Machinery Trading (Beijing) Co. Ltd. Rm. 7-8, 22-F, East Ocean Centre No. 24 Jianguomenwai Avenue Chaoyang District Beijing 100004 Phone: +86 - 10 - / 14 Fax: +86 - 10 - e-mail: email@example.com
B&W Mechanical Handling Ltd. Gemini House Cambridgeshire Business Park, 1 Bartholemew`s Walk Ely, Cambridgeshire, CB7 4EA. Phone: +44 - 1353 - Fax: +44 - 1353 - e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.bwmech.co.uk
AUMUND Engineering Private Ltd. 2nd Floor, Lakshmi Neela Rite Choice Chambers 9, Bazulla Road, T. Nagar Chennai - Phone: +91 - 44 - 00 Fax: +91 - 44 - 46 e-mail: email@example.com
HONG KONG SAR
AUMUND Asia (H.K.) Limited Suite 1301, Oxford House, Taikoo Place, 979 King's Road, Quarry Bay Hong Kong. Phone: +852 - 3695 - Fax: +852 - 3695 - e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Illustrated above the B&W site supervisor demonstrates the proper fitting of the conveyor belt over the Samson Apron-Bars.
B&W Mechanical Handling Ltd. UK
AUMUND GROUP Headquarters in Rheinberg, Germany
Products offer a unique concept in bulk materials handling with Surface Mounting and Mobility for maximum flexibility in location and economy in installation and operation. Often opening new opportunities for processes on short term contract options that with conventional fixed plant or traditional underground hoppers and feeders would not be economically viable.
B&W Mechanical Handling Ltd.
Gemini House, Cambridgeshire Business Park, 1 Bartholomews Walk, Ely, Cambridgeshire, CB7 4EA, UK. Tel: +44 - 1353 - 665001 Fax: +44 - 1353 - 666734 e-mail: email@example.com
GB Technical data subject to change without notice. B-GB-00-VII/08-FE. 2008 by B&W Mechanical Handling Ltd. All rights reserved.
The Samson S-Direct Plus Stereo Active Direct Box is studio quiet and built like a tank, It is perfect for balancing stereo keyboard signals, unbalanced tape/CD outputs, or any stereo (or dual mono) signal. The Samson S-Direct Plus features two 1/4-inch unbalanced inputs, two XLR balanced outputs, two 1/4-inch link outputs, switchable ground lift. Powered via phantom power or 9V battery. As a regular feature of a club sound system or as a durable road piece the S-Direct is the only direct box you'll ever need. Samson S-Direct Plus Features Perfect for stage and studio Switchable input level handles instrument and speaker levels 48 Volt phantom power or 9 volt operation with auto battery shut off Switchable ground lift 1/4-inch link output
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