The Servicebook lite contains information on a variety of popular tagging systems. Information has been compiled using data from our own workshop analysis and field experience (30 years experience in the E.A.S. industry) . The aim of the manual is to provide a concise, basic version of the Universal Servicebook and cover fewer equipment types. The manual assumes the user has a basic knowledge of electronics and has had a previous introduction to tagging systems. Each piece of equipment is presented in steps, consistent with those followed during an installation or major service. This version of Servicebook lite was first published in hardback in 2003, it has had some items edited and added for this 2013 ebook version.
About the author
Peter Nutt has over 30 years engineering experience with EAS (tagging) systems and has, in various capacities, worked with most of the industries manufacturers and major installers. He is currently running Maxtec Technical Services. Previous history includes, technical authorship for electronics publications and employment at the UK Ministry of Defence.
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