Printek Launches NEW 3” Mobile Thermal Printer Series

Printek Mobile Thermal Printers

Rugged “Super Industrial” Mobile Thermal Printers Engineered for Demanding and Challenging Environments.

We are very excited to release an updated version of the previous MtPsi Series Mobile Thermal Printers that provides users a rugged portable printer the works where most printers would fail.”

— Chris Yeager

ST. JOSEPH, MICHIGAN, UNITED STATES, November 20, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — St. Joseph, MI — PrintekMobile, an industry leader in the field of reliable, innovative, on-the-go rugged mobile printers, has announced the launch of its newest printer, the FieldPro530si Mobile Thermal Printer Series. The FP530si “super industrial” Mobile Thermal Printers offer reliable operation and a wide range of valuable features. With a rugged case and shock mounts, FP530si Mobile Thermal Printers are engineered to operate flawlessly day after day, which creates a greater Return on Investment ("ROI"). FP530si Mobile Thermal Printers have become the solution of choice for harsh environments, demanding applications, and fast changing needs of businesses where a 3” wide receipt or label is needed.

The FP530si Mobile Thermal Printers are a variant of Printek's popular FP530 Series Printers, replacing the successful MtP300si Printers with extended durability and specifications for the most challenging printing applications imaginable. Running battery-free and mounted to a fixed structure in industrial, construction, or manufacturing vehicles, FP530si Mobile Thermal Printers operates reliably under severe conditions not typically associated or compatible with the use of hardened standard mobile printers.

This battery-free Mobile Thermal Printer has an internal DC voltage regulator with a wider input voltage range than provided by standard vehicle printers. Also available for the FP530si Series Mobile Thermal Printers is either a standard Serial interface for RS-232C or USB communications (optional cable required). The printer may also be equipped with an optional Bluetooth, or Wi-Fi interface.A wide variety of mounting options from RAM Mounts and others are available as well to help with ease of installation in vehicles, fork lifts, and more.

“We are very excited to release an updated version of the previous MtPsi Series Mobile Thermal Printer that provides users the ability to have a mobile printer in an environment where most printers would fail” states Chris Yeager, Director of Marketing at Printek, LLC.

As PrintekMobile continues to develop and release new mobile thermal printers into the market, the FP530si Mobile Thermal Printer is sure to be a welcomed 3” printer for those looking for a workhorse. To download a brochure of the NEWFP530si Mobile Thermal Printer, please visit:

https://www.printek.com/portable-mobile-printers.html

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https://www.printek.com/portable-mobile-printers/portable-mobile-printers-products/fp530si-series.html

https://www.printek.com/portable-mobile-printers/portable-mobile-printers-products/fieldpro-series.html

https://www.printek.com/portable-mobile-printers/portable-mobile-printers-products/interceptor-series.html

https://www.printek.com/portable-mobile-printers/portable-mobile-printers-products/vehiclepro-series.html

https://www.printek.com/portable-mobile-printers/portable-mobile-printers-products/lcm-series.html

ABOUT PRINTEK:

Printek Mobile Thermal Printers are designed to withstand challenging work environments. All Printek Mobile Thermal Printers are backed by unparalleled support and comprehensive 2-yr warranties. PrintekMobile Mobile Printers are direct thermal printers designed for field service, route accounting, manufacturing, retail, transportation, public safety, hospitality, warehousing and distribution applications. Printek Mobile Thermal Printers are engineered to print invoices, forms, receipts, tickets, labels and other documents used in mobile applications worldwide. Printek Mobile Thermal Printers also come with superior customer support – before and after the purchase. The technical sales and support staff work directly with System Integrators, Software Developers, Value Added Resellers, and Installers to develop cost-effective, innovative mobile solutions using the latest technologies. Information about Printek.com's entire line of mobile printing products is available at www.printek.com.

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Momentum Auto Group Temporarily Closes to Transition to New Ownership Amid California Wildfires

Momentum Auto Group

In the wake of complications from California’s most destructive wildfire in history, Momentum Auto Group will temporarily close and transition to new ownership

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, November 20, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Camp Fire is proving to be one of the most disastrous and deadly fires ever to hit the state, though wildfires have raged on and off in California for years. Repairs to residential and commercial buildings alike will cost millions, and the hunt for missing persons displaced during the fire is far from over. Over 70 lives have been taken by the disaster so far as well as numerous businesses.

As the fire spread through dry areas, it took homes and buildings down in its path, causing as much trouble for commercial enterprises as local residents. Momentum Auto Group, with 9 dealer locations in Solano County, was greatly affected by the fires and have determined it was best to temporarily close and transition to new ownership.

Momentum Auto Group contributes hundreds of jobs and millions of dollars in tax pay, making it an incremental business in the Solano County area. The group is one of the largest payers of sales tax in the county, at an average of $15 million annually. Momentum Auto Group is also one of the largest payroll tax payers in Solano County, at an average of $7.5 million annually.

While wildfires weren’t the only cause of a temporary close and transition to new ownership, their effects across the dealership chain were major deciding factors. Because of extremely poor air quality associated with the Camp Fire, both sales personnel and technicians have been unable to perform their duties. As the fires raged on, less people were concerned with vehicle purchases, a major deviation from the normally lucrative season. Consumers didn’t practice normal buying patterns due to the poor and unhealthy air quality, costing the dealerships a large loss in revenue.

In addition to the effects of the fire, an instrumental lender to Momentum Auto Group filed for bankruptcy this past summer, which also affected the group’s financial situation. Construction has been halted for ten months at their largest dealership due to city of Fairfield permits, and this has put a severe dent in consumer traffic within the dealership, significantly impacting revenue for the worst.

Due to the revenue losses caused by the Camp Fire, and in conjunction with the above-mentioned circumstances, Momentum Auto Group decided that it was best to temporarily close their doors and transition to new ownership. The group is confident that new ownership will successfully lift Momentum Auto Group from present circumstances and overcome the hardships caused by the California Camp Fire.

All customer inquiries please contact: help@momentumautogroup.com

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Opeds Fortas Precedent on Kavanaugh, Booker's Missed WH Prison Reform Op, Prosecute Flint Decidrs by Fmr WH Spsmn

Former WH spokesman Robert Weiner and his team have just published three op-eds, in the Memphis Commercial Appeal, the New Jersey Star Leger, and Labor Press.

WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, November 20, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Former White House spokesman Robert Weiner and his team have just published three op-eds, in the Memphis Commercial Appeal, the New Jersey Star Leger, and Labor Press. The first, ranked H1 by OpEdNews as the top op-ed in the country, was originally published in the Memphis Commercial Appeal by Weiner and Emilie Solberg on how the precedent set by Rob Fortas, who resigned as Supreme Court Justice in 1969 could repeat itself with Brett Kavanaugh's process now scrutinized by the new House Judiciary Committee. The second, by Weiner and Jared Schwartz, in the NJ Star Ledger and ranked H3 in OpEdNews, is on why Corey Booker should show bipartisanship on criminal justice reform and not skip White House meetings, as he did this week, if he wants to establish a record for a presidential campaign. The third, in Labor Press, ranked H2 as nation's #2 op-ed, calls for prosecution of public officials causing abusive decisions including Flint water and child immigrant cages. He also appeared on Sky News twice in the week leading up to the midterms and once on midterm night. He also appeared on the Dave Elliott Show (SW FL #1 news-talk radio show) the morning after the midterms. Weiner also asked a question on C-Span on economic equity to “Ben & Jerry” at a news conference at the National Press Club that viewers said this week as relevant today, so included. Weiner also makes weekly appearances on the Alan Nathan Show on the Main Street Radio Network. Op-eds and TV/Radio follow:

Op-eds

***November 18, 2018: “Abe Fortas Precedent May Hold for House Investigation of Kavanaugh Proceedings in New Congress” in the Memphis Commercial Appeal by Robert Weiner and Emilie Solberg, H1 OpEdNews

Weiner and Solberg begin, “In 1969, under pressure of ongoing investigations, Abe Fortas, born and raised in Memphis, a graduate of South Side High School and Rhodes College in Memphis, became the first Supreme Court Justice to resign.”
They continue, “He did so not only to avoid impeachment proceedings, but to escape with some dignity, reputation and integrity.”

Link to full article: https://www.commercialappeal.com/story/opinion/contributors/2018/11/18/abe-fortas-precedent-hurt-kavanaugh-opinion/2052212002/

Link to OpEdNews version: https://www.opednews.com/articles/Abe-Fortas-Precedent-May-H-by-Robert-Weiner-Congress_Congress-Democrats_Congressional-Committees_Congressional-Testimony-181120-502.html

***November 19, 2018: Booker's Missed White House Opportunity to Show Bipartisan Progress on Prison Reform in the New Jersey Star Ledger and NJ.com, H3 OpEdNews by Robert Weiner and Jared Schwartz

Weiner and Schwartz begin, “Finally, after years of wrangling over reasonable criminal justice reform, Congress is about to pass serious legislation on prison and justice reform.”

They go on, “Yet Senate Democrats including 2020 Presidential contender Cory Booker did not go to the White House when Trump held a White House event Nov. 14 to announce support.”

They argue, “Without Democrats, Trump managed to make the First Step Act into a bipartisan personal accomplishment. No one was there to say how much farther there is to go.”

Link to full article: https://www.nj.com/opinion/index.ssf/2018/11/bookers_criminal_justice_reform_bill_must_go_somew.html

Oped News: https://www.opednews.com/Quicklink/Booker-s-Missed-White-Hous-by-Robert-Weiner-181120-546.html

*** November 15, 2018: Flint Water, Immigrant Child Cages: Prosecute Abusive Public Officials in LaborPress by Robert Weiner, Madeline Cusick, and Ben Lasky, H2 OpEdNews: http://laborpress.org/flint-water-immigrant-child-cages-prosecute-abusive-public-officials/

OpedNews: https://www.opednews.com/Quicklink/Booker-s-Missed-White-Hous-by-Robert-Weiner-181120-546.html

TV

***November 6, 2018: Robert Weiner interviewed on Sky News TV Worldwide live on Election Night
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJ0svBuDdck&feature=youtu.be

***November 5, 2018: Robert Weiner interviewed on Sky News TV Worldwide live with a midterm election preview
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=At9yls23N7M&feature=youtu.be

***October 24, 2018: Robert Weiner interviewed on Sky News TV Worldwide live at 9:40 AM ET concerning caravan, health care, responses by both parties, and election impact
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_I7q4yupds&feature=youtu.be

December 13, 2011 — Robert Weiner asks first question at National Press Club Q&A of Ben (Cohen) and Jerry (Furman) re Occupy Wall Street movement, jobs, & the economy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSYnQwXJjtY&feature=em-comments

Radio

***November 7, 2018: Robert Weiner interviewed live on the Dave Elliott Show WGUF Naples #1 SW FL news-talk show, re-election analysis
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NH0lVgZeIEY&feature=youtu.be

"The Alan Nathan Show" on Main Street Radio Network (200 local stations airing nationwide) with colorful host Alan Nathan:

Date: November 13, 2018 scroll to 30:44
http://www.mainstreetradionetwork.com/audio/shows/BATTLELINE-HR1-181113.mp3

Date: November 7, 2018 scroll to 30:54 (2 segments)
http://www.mainstreetradionetwork.com/audio/shows/BATTLELINE-HR1-181107.mp3

Date: October 30, 2018 scroll to 33:25
http://www.mainstreetradionetwork.com/audio/shows/BATTLELINE-HR1-181030.mp3

Date: October 25, 2018 scroll to 3:27
http://www.mainstreetradionetwork.com/audio/shows/BATTLELINE-HR1-181025.mp3

Date: October 16, 2018 scroll to 33:13
http://www.mainstreetradionetwork.com/audio/shows/BATTLELINE-HR1-181016.mp3

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John Marshall Law School Professor Michael Seng Receives Honorary Degree from Masaryk University in the Czech Republic

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, UNITED STATES , November 20, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Michael Seng, Professor and Director of the Czech/Slovak Legal Institute at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, was awarded an honorary law degree from Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic. The degree was awarded in recognition of Seng’s work with an exchange program between John Marshall and Masaryk University.

The exchange program between John Marshall and the Faculty of Law at Masaryk University started in 1993 as a result of initiatives through the American Bar Association, which promoted exchanges between law schools in the U.S. and in Eastern and Central Europe after the fall of communism. The purpose of these programs was to promote the rule of law in these former communist countries. The program between John Marshall and Masaryk University is one of the lasting effects of this initiative.

Since 1994, students from Masaryk University in Brno have been given the opportunity to study for one semester at John Marshall. The expenses of the students are paid for by contributions of friends of the program. While the students are in Chicago, they have the opportunity to visit Washington, D.C., where they are introduced to government officials and observe the government in action.

Seng also regularly visits the Czech Republic to meet with faculty and students at Masaryk. On his most recent trip, the university honored him for his work and recognized, if not for him, the exchange program may not exist.

“It is a great honor to be acknowledged and awarded this honorary degree,” Seng said. “The exchange program has been a rewarding and unforgettable experience not only for me, but for both the Czech participants and for the faculty, students and friends whom they meet in the United States. Each of the students who has come to Chicago and returned to the Czech Republic has had a positive impact on the Czech legal profession.”

Students who have completed the program have gone on to become professors of law, judges, government officials, corporate counsel and private attorneys. Many have also received advanced degrees. One student who completed the program even went on to become a Justice on the Supreme Administrative Law Court in Brno.

“It is not just the Czech students who benefit from this arrangement,” Seng said. “John Marshall students also benefit by coming into contact with students from a different culture and legal tradition. The Czech students contribute greatly to the intellectual discussions in the classroom at John Marshall.”

Seng’s exemplary legal career has been a stellar example over the years for many students. Before joining the faculty in 1976, he was an associate attorney at Jenner & Block and later became the directing attorney for the Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance Foundation.

In addition to directing the Czech/Slovak Legal Institute, Seng is also Director of John Marshall’s Fair Housing Legal Support Center and Co-Director of the law school’s Restorative Justice Project.

About The John Marshall Law School
The John Marshall Law School, founded in 1899, is an independent law school located in the heart of Chicago's legal, financial and commercial districts. The 2019 U.S. News & World Report's America's Best Graduate Schools ranks John Marshall's Lawyering Skills Program 6th, its Intellectual Property Law Program 15th and its Trial Advocacy Program 20th in the nation. Since its inception, John Marshall has been a pioneer in legal education and has been guided by a tradition of diversity, innovation, access and opportunity.

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Sharp Rise in ADHD Labeling of Children Prompts CCHR to Educate Families

The side effects for Ritalin (methylphenidate hcl), include nervousness, agitation, and anxiety as the top 3 listed effects, as well as psychosis.

The side effects for Ritalin (methylphenidate hcl), include nervousness, agitation, and anxiety as the top 3 listed effects, as well as psychosis.

The headquarters for CCHR Florida are located in downtown Clearwater

The headquarters for CCHR Florida are located in downtown Clearwater

CCHR Florida

CCHR is hosting a seminar to educate families on alternatives to dangerous ADHD drugs with Child Education Specialist, Sharon Hillestad.

There are safe and workable solutions to help a child with study and making these known is something I am very passionate about.”

— Sharon Hillestad, Child Education Specialist

CLEARWATER, FL, UNITED STATES, November 20, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Spurred by reports of a sharp rise in the number of children labeled as ADHD in the United States, the Florida chapter of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), is hosting a seminar to educate families on this important subject with Child Education Specialist, Sharon Hillestad. [1]

An educator for most of her life, Ms. Hillestad will cover the tests used to diagnose ADHD, alternative treatment options, the signs of a child who isn’t doing well in school and how all of this can be addressed with healthy, safe methods.

There are approximately 1.8 million children between the ages of 12-17 in the United States who are taking prescription psychotropic drugs, largely to treat difficulties with study, and one of the common psychostimulants used to treat ADHD has a high potential for abuse. Methylphenidate, commonly known as Concerta and Ritalin, is a Schedule II drug, meaning the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has classified it as having a high potential for abuse and warns that this drug produces many of the same effects as cocaine. Psychotic episodes and severe psychological addiction have all been associated with methylphenidate abuse. The side effects for Ritalin (methylphenidate hcl), include nervousness, agitation, and anxiety as the top 3 listed effects, as well as psychosis. [2][3]

“Parents want the best for their children and when a child is struggling in school a parent should be given options not just a prescription for a drug,” said Hillestad. “There are safe and workable solutions to help a child with study and making these known is something I am very passionate about.”

For more information or to find out when the next educational briefing will be held, please call CCHR at (727) 442-8820 or visit the center at 109 N. Fort Harrison Ave, Clearwater, Florida.

About CCHR: Initially established by the Church of Scientology and renowned psychiatrist Dr. Thomas Szasz in 1969, CCHR’s mission is to eradicate abuses committed under the guise of mental health and enact patient and consumer protections. L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology, first brought psychiatric imprisonment to wide public notice: “Thousands and thousands are seized without process of law, every week, over the ‘free world’ tortured, castrated, killed. All in the name of ‘mental health,’” he wrote in March 1969. For more information visit, www.cchrflorida.org

Sources:
[1] ADHD rates rising sharply in US kids, August 31, 2018 by Dennis Thompson, Healthday Reporter https://medicalxpress.com/news/2018-08-adhd-sharply-kids.html
[2] CCHR Alerts Parents About New Federal Statistics Showing Rates of Youth Overdose Deaths on 'ADHD' Stimulants and Benzodiazepines Are Greater Than on Cocaine https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/cchr-alerts-parents-about-new-federal-statistics-showing-rates-of-youth-overdose-deaths-on-adhd-stimulants-and-benzodiazepines-are-greater-than-on-cocaine-300507566.html
[3] Ritalin Side Effects Center
https://www.rxlist.com/ritalin-side-effects-drug-center.htm

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Child of Abusive Heroin Addict Still Thankful for His Late Mother, With Whom He Shares the Same Birthday.

Jimmy Colson (at 3 Years Old) and His Mother (Age: 22)

Jimmy Colson (at 3 Years Old) and His Mother (Age: 22)

Jimmy Colson and His Wife Sara Colson (2018)

Jimmy Colson and His Wife Sara Colson (2018)

Jimmy Colson with His Younger Sister Melissa and Younger Brother Eli

Jimmy Colson with His Younger Sister Melissa and Younger Brother Eli

The lost little girl who was my mom is now a guardian angel to my daughter and son. She had so much love to give but was lost in all the pain that she experienced throughout her lonely and sad life.”

— Jimmy Colson

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, UNITED STATES, November 20, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Jimmy Colson, now multi-millionaire business owner, was raised by abusive addicts, bounced in and out of foster care, and was even homeless. He shares the same birthday with this mother Linda: November 26.

Throughout his childhood, his mother and her addict friends would steal as much as they could from stores and force Jimmy and his younger sister to return it for cash. The money was not used to feed the starving children forced to do this, but to get the addicts their next fix.

On Jimmy’s 18th birthday — also Linda’s 37th — Jimmy arrived home to find his mother and friend “shit-faced drunk, slurring their words, and yelling at me.” Heartbroken that she had gone back on her promise to stay sober to celebrate their birthdays together, Jimmy confronted her. “She slammed down her empty gallon of vodka and they beat me up. I did not swing back.”

In a new tell-all book From the Depths: A Journey from Addiction, Abuse, and Homelessness to Positively Impacting the World, Jimmy Colson reflects on his mother after dying from a drug overdose: “Our baby pictures were covered in trash. Used syringes and garbage covered the last relics from our lost childhoods….I loved my mother. I hated my monster. I loved the thought of who she could be. I hated the person she had become.”

But despite it all, Jimmy is thankful for everything life has thrown at him to make him stronger and more compassionate. He is even grateful for his mother. “The lost little girl who was my mom is now a guardian angel to my daughter and my son. I believe she had so much love to give but was lost in all the pain that she experienced throughout her lonely and sad life.”

Jimmy Colson is an American Board Certified Orthotist who owns one of the fastest-growing orthotics and prosthetics companies in Nevada, Precision Orthotics and Prosthetics. He and his family-owned company are committed to giving back and he has even received Congressional recognition for doing good in the community.

With the help of Laura Petersen from Copy That Pops Publishing, Jimmy Colson is debuting his raw and real book on Amazon for only $0.99 on Cyber Monday (his 46th birthday and what would have been his mother’s 65th birthday) with the mission to show others with a troubled past that they too can achieve success and have a positive impact on the world.

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Wattwatchers real-time electricity data meets cutting edge of energy management with specialists 2XE

Nick Palousis, CEO, 2XE

Gavin Dietz, CEO, Wattwatchers

When record power prices grabbed the attention of business managers, they asked: 'What do we do about it?' The answer starts with data and requires discipline!

Without data, there’s a broad inability to make good decisions in the first place, much less tracking progress, sticking to the plan and delivering the right results.”

— Nick Palousis, CEO, 2XE

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA, November 20, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The world of energy management for business is changing and two key things are driving this change.

The first is that sustained high prices have made energy costs financially material for businesses of all sizes, putting them firmly on the financial and operational radar of C-suite executives and company directors.

The second is that if businesses want to address high costs strategically, then the power of data to identify the problems and to inform decision-making on the solutions is becoming undeniable.

The combination of these two drivers has fostered a growing partnership between two award-winning Australian businesses – Adelaide-based energy program management specialists 2XE, and digital energy company Wattwatchers, headquartered in Sydney.

Wattwatchers and 2XE are collaborating to better target a business marketplace where high energy costs have grabbed the attention of Boards, CEOs, CFOs and other managers.

At the same time, however, there also is considerable and growing confusion regarding the new energy technology and service options that are now available: what works best; whether or not things work together; and how to get the right combinations – for example of on-site solar PV, energy efficiency and better buying – for any given job-at-hand.

2XE and Wattwatchers share a commitment to enabling faster and better-informed business decision-making on energy management, based on high-quality strategic advice and project support, in tandem with cost-competitive, flexible and rapidly-deployable devices and data services. These include monitoring for ongoing measurement and verification (M&V); remote control of targeted electrical loads through the cloud; and end-customer choice of software solutions.

Early target markets for the collaboration include:
Manufacturing firms and SMEs, especially in energy-intensive sectors such as food, wine and other beverages, where 2XE has an established foothold
Local government, including with additional partners such as software-as-a-service (SaaS) providers that have integrated with Wattwatchers in the cloud
Rollouts for government-supported programs such as the recently announced manufacturing energy efficiency fund in NSW, which includes upgrading metering solutions

2XE CEO Nick Palousis is an energy strategy evangelist for using data, led by energy-related data but also including other datasets, to inform business strategies and solutions for managing energy better.

‘Energy management is a discipline,’ said Palousis. ‘It’s not a series of one-off or ad hoc decisions or actions. Making it a good discipline that delivers the desired results requires data. Without data, there’s a broad inability to make good decisions in the first place, much less tracking progress, sticking to the plan and delivering the right results.

‘2XE acts as an outsourced energy program manager focused on the many businesses that have real challenges with their energy needs and costs, but don’t have the full expertise in-house to understand them, then develop effective solutions and manage them over time to fruition.

‘We help our clients to come up with sound multi-year strategies, then we support them to execute these effectively – including engineering assessments, technology choice, supply and installations – and we also actively manage them over time to deliver the target outcomes.’

Wattwatchers CEO Gavin Dietz said that real-time, very granular energy data traditionally had been difficult or overly expensive to access, and often both.

‘For most energy consumers, the data they really need isn’t readily available through the cloud,’ said Dietz. ‘This is because industry-standard sub-metering is still dominated by outdated, technologically clunky monitoring and control system solutions that are out of place in the contemporary era of IT, wireless communications and the Internet of Things (IoT), and increasingly machine learning and artificial intelligence as well.’

‘Wattwatchers represents a new breed of data-led energy management technologies delivering better solutions at lower cost, while enabling unprecedented flexibility including: choice of third-party software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications and dashboards; and API-integrations with in-house software or building management systems.’

About 2XE

2xE is a specialist business and engineering consulting team delivering energy strategy and management solutions for businesses and Councils across Australia. Our goal is simple – to help our clients become at least twice (2x) as efficient and effective (E) in an increasingly energy-constrained economy. We bring together a unique mix of technical capability and commercial savvy to create outcomes for our clients that help them achieve and maintain competitive advantage in their market. 2XE has received numerous accolades for their work, including Service Provider of the Year in the 2016 SA Food Industry Awards, and a 2018 Climate Leadership Award from the Premier of South Australia.

For more information visit https://2xe.com.au

About Wattwatchers

Wattwatchers Digital Energy is an award-winning Australian technology company focused on devices, data and communications to make behind-the-meter energy management intelligent, connected, easy to install and operate, and cost-effective. Based in Sydney, Wattwatchers develops and markets ‘IoT for energy’ hardware + firmware + software solutions to accurately monitor, analyse and control electrical circuits in real-time through the cloud. The internationally-certified Wattwatchers product suite is highly flexible, crossing over for residential, commercial and industrial, and utility use cases; and works with an expanding choice of cloud platforms, software applications and consumer interfaces.

To learn more about Wattwatchers, visit: https://wattwatchers.com.au

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Fantastic Deals on the Finest in Luxury Brands at Appliances Connection's 2018 Black Friday Sale

Find unsurpassed savings on brands including Bertazzoni, Viking, Miele, and SMEG at the our 2018 Black Friday Sale

BROOKLYN, NY, USA, November 20, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — At Appliances Connection, Black Friday is now. You don’t have to wait until November 23rd to save on the best luxury appliance brands. We’ve got amazing savings you can take advantage of immediately. Here are just a few of the deals we have on offer:

• Thermador: Buy a qualifying range or cooktop/wall oven combo and get a free dishwasher. You can stop there, but if you also buy a qualifying refrigerator or refrigerator column/freezer column bundle, you’ll get a free or discounted additional kitchen appliance. You can choose from a free microwave drawer, dishwasher, or range hood. Or you can choose to save 50% on a steam/convection oven, undercounter refrigerator, or built-in coffee machine.

• Monogram: Buy a qualifying range or cooktop/wall oven combo, and get a select dishwasher, beverage center, wine cooler, hood, or microwave drawer for free. If you choose to buy an additional refrigerator or refrigerator column/freezer column, you’ll get a select dishwasher, beverage center, wine cooler, hood, or microwave drawer for free.

• Electrolux: Buy a qualifying refrigerator, qualifying cooking appliance (e.g. wall oven, cooktop, range, or microwave), a qualifying range hood, and a qualifying dishwasher, you’ll get a mail-in/online manufacturer’s rebate of up to $999.00 toward the cost of the dishwasher.

• Bosch: On select three-piece kitchen appliance packages, you may qualify for a 10%, 12%, or up to 15% mail-in/online manufacturer’s rebate via a Bosch Visa Prepaid Card.

• Sub-Zero/Wolf: Buy any full-sized Sub-Zero refrigerator and any Wolf range or cooktop/wall oven combo

• Wolf: Purchase a qualifying gas range and receive a $500.00 mail-in manufacturer’s rebate. Purchase a qualifying dual-fuel range and receive a $750.00 mail-in manufacturer’s rebate.

This is just a taste of what we the deals you’ll find at Appliances Connection right now as our Black Friday sale continues. Click on the banners below for even more savings.

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CCHR Continues Fight to Reform Mental Health Law in Campaign to Protect Children

Having educated tens of thousands of Floridians on the mental health law, CCHR has helped to make changes to the Baker Act specifically for the purpose of protecting children.

Having educated tens of thousands of Floridians on the mental health law, CCHR has helped to make changes to the Baker Act specifically for the purpose of protecting children.

The headquarters for CCHR Florida are located in downtown Clearwater

The headquarters for CCHR Florida are located in downtown Clearwater

The Florida chapter of CCHR is a non-profit mental health watchdog dedicated to the protection of children.

The Florida chapter of CCHR is a non-profit mental health watchdog dedicated to the protection of children.

CCHR has been working for years to create positive change in how the mental health law is applied to minors in order to protect children and parental rights.

All too often the Baker Act is used incorrectly to address the behavior of a child and this abuse of the law comes with long term ramifications for that child and the family.”

— Diane Stein, President CCHR Florida

CLEARWATER, FL, UNITED STATES, November 20, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Florida chapter of the international mental health watchdog, Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), has been working for years to create positive change in how the mental health law is applied to children and teens in order to protect children and parental rights.

The mental health law in Florida is commonly known as the Baker Act and under this law there were more than 199,000 involuntary psychiatric examinations last year alone according to the Baker Act Reporting Center with those 17 and under accounting for more than 32,000 of these initiations. [1] And while the Baker Act is seen by some as the only solution to help those in crisis CCHR states that the abusive use of this law does more harm than good.

Having educated tens of thousands of Floridians on the mental health law, CCHR has helped to make changes to the Baker Act specifically for the purpose of protecting children. These changes have included changing how long a Baker Act Receiving Facility has to initiate an examination on a child reducing it from 72 hours to 12 hours. Stating that the trauma experienced by a child, especially a very young child, during a Baker Act needs to be taken into consideration by those who have the authority to send children for an involuntary psychiatric examination, CCHR is currently asking Florida lawmakers to amend the law to clearly spell out the procedure for Baker Acting a minor.

“All too often the Baker Act is used incorrectly to address the behavior of a child and this abuse of the law comes with long term ramifications for that child and the family,” stated Diane Stein, President CCHR Florida. “Being escorted out of school by law enforcement is a stigma the child carries for life.”

Currently the law is being executed in such a way that parents and legal guardians are being left out of the process only finding out that their child has been Baker Acted after initiation and usually after the child has already been transported by law enforcement to a psychiatric facility. CCHR believes that this is a violation of the rights of the child and the parent a belief that is shared by Sheriffs, Police Chiefs and even School Districts across Florida.

Since 2017, CCHR has been working to educate those granted the power to initiate a Baker Act on why a parent or guardian should be brought into the process before initiation resulting in over one hundred adoptions of policy changes, mostly within law enforcement, to contact the parents of a child before initiating a Baker Act.

“This policy adoption is helping to protect children, parental rights and is reducing the number of illegal Baker Acts where a child does not meet the criteria to be sent for involuntary psychiatric examination,” said Ms. Stein.

With it being disclosed during a meeting of the Baker Act Task Force in 2017 that 30 percent of the minor Baker Acts in Pinellas County did not meet the criteria and that facilities were “risk-averse” and admitting children that might not fully meet the criteria, adoption of policy to bring parents and guardians into the process before a child is put through the trauma of a Baker Act only makes sense. [2]

Those interested in learning more about CCHR’s campaign to protect children from abusive Baker Acting are encouraged to call 800-782-2878.

About CCHR: Initially established by the Church of Scientology and renowned psychiatrist Dr. Thomas Szasz in 1969, CCHR’s mission is to eradicate abuses committed under the guise of mental health and enact patient and consumer protections. L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology, first brought psychiatric imprisonment to wide public notice: “Thousands and thousands are seized without process of law, every week, over the ‘free world’ tortured, castrated, killed. All in the name of ‘mental health,’” he wrote in March 1969. For more information visit www.cchrflorida.org

Sources:
[1] Baker Act Reporting Center http://www.dcf.state.fl.us/programs/samh/publications/The%20Baker%20Act%20-%20FL%20MH%20Act%20-%20FY%2016-17%20Annual%20Report%20-%20Released%20June%202018.pdf
[2] CHILDREN’S BAKER ACT TASK FORCE, MINUTES for FIRST MEETING 7.20.17 http://www.dcf.state.fl.us/programs/samh/mentalhealth/task-force-examination-minors/docs/20170720/20170720-minutes.pdf

Diane Stein
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Diane Stein, CCHR Florida, said both law enforcement and school personnel need more training and reporting requirements need to be improved.


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