Comments: This is a nice whip, and just what I was looking for. However, obviously, I chose this one because of the color, but the brand tag that it comes with rubbed color off on the ombre part of the whip. I tried to clean it off but it's stained. So that was disappointing. But, it's a cute $10 whip, and overall I'm happy with my purchase. From: Leah
The WM.43 is a 0dBi wall mount flexible omnidirectional whip. This antenna is optimized for the 433 MHz ISM band. Common applications are wireless sensor monitoring, smart metering, wireless M-Bus metering, remote asset monitoring, and security systems. The radiation pattern is omnidirectional in the azimuth, allowing for large coverage range in typical indoor or outdoor installations.
This antenna has more than 60% efficiency while fixed on the L-bracket. The whip is made up of a flexible inner steel core covered by TPU, so it is extremely resistant to collisions and maintaining its original shape and RF performance. The whip and the internal connection to the bracket is completely IP67 waterproof. The whip can be removed by unscrewing. The bracket allows complete concealment of the cable for a more secure integration and cleaner installation. The cable can also be routed out of the back wall of the bracket into the interior of the mounting wall for added security against vandalism. The standard version comes with 3 metres of extremely low loss CFD-200 cable (0.3dB against 0.7dB for RG58) to allow for flexibility of placement.
The antenna performs at its best while attached to a ground plane with dimensions of at least 3030 cm The FW.43 whip is made of a flexible inner steel core covered by PE so it is extremely resistant to abrasion and maintains its original shape and RF performance even after shock. This rugged design and IP65 waterproof rating on the housing ensure high reliability. This antenna comes with SMA(M) connector as standard. Other custom variants can be provided subject to NRE and MOQ. Contact your regional Taoglas office for details.
The FW.43 whip is made of a flexible inner steel core covered by a PE material, making it extremely resistant to abrasion and wind. maintains its original shape and RF performance even after shock. The rugged IP65 waterproof housing ensures high reliability and durability in extreme environments. an SMA male connector comes standard.
Features the new Fleck Contact grip, a soft rubberized PU grip for your hand that is supremely comfortable. Great elasticity, balance, and the perfect grip make this Fleck dressage whip a fantastic choice for schooling and dressage competition. Features a shiny nickel cap and grip in Black or Blue to coordinate with your shad, helmet, saddle pad, gloves, and more. Made in Germany, the Fleck whip collections proudly boast high quality, technology, and innovation for schooling and competition-level products for riders of all ages and disciplines.
A wave started down the whip increases its velocity as the whip decreases in diameter toward the tip. By the time the wave reaches the tip of the whip, the velocity of the whip motion can become greater than the speed of sound in air.The \"cracking\" of a whip is believed by many physicists to be a result of the sonic boom thus created
This 43\" magnetic CB antenna from Hustler is a great choice for CB users looking for an affordable, mid-profile antenna. This magnet antenna can be easily attached, removed and transferred to other vehicles, and includes 15' of low loss coax cable. The 43\" antenna whip includes a spring that helps prevent the whip from being damaged or the magnet from being pulled off by a branch or low-hanging object.
Great antenna as always. Use it as a spare. Got to test it out and had extremely low SWR and its got a strong magnet. Would love to say more but it was the service they provided me here that i cant stop talking about. The a-hole shipping company bent the whip and the box it came in. sent pics of the damage and asked for a solution like a replacement whip. (nothing expensive) they actually sent me another hustler. Like another whole brand new one and paid for the 2day air or next day whatever-its-called to send it to me. Needless to say with an antenna this good and service this amazing im gonna be ordering all my stuff here again.
Meanwhile, whip the double cream to very soft peaks - you only want it to be *just* whipped (so the whisk is leaving trails and it just about holds itself up) as it will continue whipping as you fold everything together - my tip is always to stop just before you think its ready if possible
The first category is a simple mixture of whipped cream with sweetened cream cheese, poured onto a biscuit base and set. The second is the type uses gelatine, resulting in a more stable but mousse-like texture. Gelatine stabilised set cheesecakes are really popular in bakeries - we used to make a beautiful cheesecake at Dominique Ansel called the \\u2018Cotton Soft Cheesecake\\u2019 - it was an extraordinarily light, ricotta based mousse that was fortified with gelatine.
Here, we\\u2019re so lucky to have dairy that is so high in fat that it is able to hold its shape very well when whipped, much better than cream from other countries that is lower in fat. To compare it for you, heavy cream in the US is around 36% fat and above, whilst double cream in the UK is around 48% fat. The higher the fat content, the more stable your foam is going to be. On the other hand, the more susceptible it is to turn into butter with too much agitation.
This is because cream - unlike oil - can whip without the help of emulsifiers (think about how you need egg yolks to whip oil into mayonnaise) because milk fat is its own stabiliser. As you whisk it, the fat globules form a network trapping the air, and the more fat globules you have (ie the higher the fat%), the more stable it\\u2019ll be.
Although it\\u2019s possible to make your dairy proportionally \\u2018lower in fat\\u2019 by mixing in a little whole milk (as we do for a few recipes, including the strawberry shortcake and as I often do when whipping large quantities of cream so it doesn\\u2019t over whip), it\\u2019s unfortunately not possible to increase the fat content.
Although fat is a great stabiliser for foams like whipped cream, it\\u2019s not perfect and it will degrade at room temperature eventually. This is too risky for professional environments, like afternoon teas or beautiful patisserie cabinets, so gelatine is also used as a bit of an insurance policy, since it sets really firm and holds the structure of desserts in place. Gelatine will not degrade or melt until around 35c, meaning it\\u2019s a pretty sure bet for longevity.
I prefer not to use gelatine unless it\\u2019s absolutely necessary since using it will exclude any vegetarians from sharing in the dessert. So today\\u2019s recipe is gelatine free. As well as using whipped cream to stabilise our set cheesecake, we\\u2019ll be looking to another major player for support.
The benefit of using an Italian meringue is that it is safe to eat at room temperature so is ideal for decorating/piping. As well as this, it\\u2019s extremely stable thanks to the cooked egg whites - the protein network is pretty much permanently set in place. Therefore it makes the perfect addition to a whipped cream foam, bolstering it\\u2019s holding power.
The foamyness of egg whitesFor best results, make sure the egg whites are only lightly foamy when you pour the syrup on. I usually start the mixer whisking on medium-high speed (around level 6 on the KitchenAid) when the sugar syrup gets to about 112c. If your egg whites foam is already very developed and aerated when you pour the sugar syrups on, the sugar syrup doesn\\u2019t combine as well and you end up with a chunky / flabby meringue. It still aerates and may appear over whipped. You can still use it, it just won\\u2019t be glossy and smooth
Now gently fold the feta/meringue mixture into the whipped cream - it will be ultra voluminous! I fold a small amount of cream into the cheese/meringue mixture then slowly add more as you go. I don\\u2019t like adding all the cream at once as there\\u2019s a risk you can overmix it. Just go bit by bit!You may need to fold it quite a lot to make sure there are no unmixed streaks - as its all the same colour - so just do your best
The Orange Whip training aid aims to improve tempo and performance in golfers. Here we review the product, what it does, and if it works. The benefits of the orange whip include improved tempo, balance and increased distance on your shots. Thousands are sold each year, so should you join the list of golfers swinging the Orange Whip
One of our top picks, the PowerLix is a battery-operated, handheld frother that works like a miniature electric whisk. Its powerful motor can whip up a creamy froth in as little as 15 seconds, whether you're using regular dairy milk, nut milk, oat milk, or any other non-dairy milk you prefer. You can use it with hot and cold liquids, but it won't actually steam the milk itself. It's more of a one-trick pony than an electric frother that sits on the countertop.
Thanks guys for all the replies. Decided to go with the mid-size. Felt like with the mid-size, it would be better for tempo/sequence like forged mentioned. We will see how it goes with the orange whip this winter.
Full size all the way. I have nothing but respect for my fellow posters, especially Forged4ever, but the full size has been a wonderful device for training tempo and lag. I have tried the smaller model but could overpower it, for lack of a better word. The whip gets a big thumbs up from me!
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