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Significado de beep en inglés

For production, the first beep occurred after 3 seconds, and subsequent beeps after intervals of seconds.

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For production, the first beep occurred after 3 seconds; subsequent beeps occurred after second intervals.

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The overall beeps and the monodic, but vivid talk is interpunctuated by digital audio from traffic lights.

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Memories were left in the familiar manner of an answerphone message after a beep, and visitors were asked to hang up when they had finished.

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Other common non-speech sounds, such as lip smacks, coughs or breath noises and door slams or beeps may also be included as distinct elementary units.

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At ms after the participant's response or after the beep a new trial was initiated.

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Passing by in the very early hours of the morning, drivers would beep at each palaver tree for clients.

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Clicks and beeps indicate changes and selections made through a graphic interface and confirm for the player that a button has been activated.

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These sounds are effectively beeps and clicks that acknowledge a player's input actions.

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Comments in italic indicate short, distinct beeping sounds generated by the user's handset.

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Resumen &#; Summary
El proyecto BEEP tiene como objetivo fomentar el uso de BIM (Building Information Modeling) en la rehabilitación energética de edificios públicos de valor patrimonial. El resultado principal del proyecto consiste en proporcionar a las administraciones públicas una metodología innovadora para la rehabilitación energética de sus edificios públicos con valor patrimonial que habrá sido probada previamente en diferentes edificios piloto localizados en Italia, Chipre, Líbano, Egipto, Palestina, Jordania y España. En dicha metodología se habrá analizado la posible financiación con fondos privados a través de «Contratos de Rendimiento Energético, CRE» (en inglés «Energy Performance Contracting, EPC»).

El proyecto BEEP, que comenzó en septiembre de y finalizará en agosto de , cuenta con un presupuesto total de ,51€, de los cuales ,06€ (90%) están financiados por la EU a través del Programa ENI CBC Med.

BEEP project aims at strengthening the use of Building Information Modeling (BIM) to enhance energy efficiency in buildings. The testing of this emerging technology on built heritage will be performed to demonstrate its scalability to the entire building stock. The project will provide public administrations with a powerful method for the energy rehabilitation of public buildings to be supported with private funds through the Energy Performance Contracting. The project main outcome will be an innovative methodology based on the integration of emerging technologies tested on heritage public buildings.

The BEEP project, which has started in September , has a duration of three years and counts with a total budget of € 1,,, of which € 1,, (90%) is funded by the EU under the ENI CBC Med Programme.

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Video: Why might my APC Back-UPS Product be beeping?


UPSs are generally installed and placed in places not easily seen by a user (i.e., under a desk, in a wiring closet, etc). Therefore, in order to provide proactive warnings of changing UPS and power conditions to users, APC's UPSs have audible tones. An occasional single beep from the UPS is normal UPS operations. This means that the UPS is protecting the load. Below is a partial list of audible indicators and possible meanings. Please refer to your Back-UPS user manual for the complete list of audible tones.

Product Line: 

All Back-UPS Families


1.) The Back-UPS product is operating on battery power - This alarm indicates that the UPS has transferred from On Line operation to On Battery operation. The Battery Power Supplied outlets are now battery powered.

2.) The Back-UPS product has entered a low battery condition - This alarm indicates that the UPS has reached a Low Battery condition and will soon shutdown. The UPS can only operate on battery for a limited amount of time. In order to protect the unit's batteries from discharging too much, the UPS will shutdown and turn off its output. To warn you that the unit will soon shutdown, the UPS will sound this alarm 2 minutes before actual shutdown. With optional APC management software, 2 minutes can be changed to give you more of a warning of impending shutdown. If you hear this tone, you should immediately gracefully shutdown your operating system to prevent data loss or corruption.

3.) Capacity Overload - This alarm indicates that the UPS has detected an Overload condition. If this alarm is sounded, try removing non-essential equipment. The alarm will remain until the load is reduced. To determine if your UPS is capable of handling the equipment you want to protect, visit APC's UPS Selector.

4.) Unit failed a self test - Most Back-UPS products perform an internal self-test every 14 days, checking the integrity of the battery. If the battery fails the self-test, the ""Replace Battery"" LED will illuminate. The Replace Battery LED is a WARNING that the battery may be near the end of its life, and replacement is typically recommended within weeks.

5.) Disabling UPS audible alarm tones  - When using the PowerChute Personal Edition software, the UPS audible alarm tones can be disabled. (Not available on all Back-UPS Models)

1.) The Back-UPS product is operating on battery power
• 4 Beeps Every 30 Seconds (the amber On Battery LED will be illuminated)
. 1 beep every 5 seconds

- If the input voltage is determined to be unsafe for your computer equipment, the UPS will transfer to On Battery. The alarm will stop once the unit returns to On Line operation. Please refer to the technical specification section of your user manual for the acceptable voltage window. Occasional transfers to On Battery should not be a matter of concern, but rather, should be considered normal operation. The UPS is trying to provide clean, safe, and reliable power. If your unit shipped with APC management software it may be possible to change the default acceptable voltages that the unit shipped with. Please see the help section of the APC management software for instruction to do this.

- If the Frequency deviates + or - 5 % this will also cause a Back-UPS product to transfer to battery power. Frequency distortions are most commonly caused by generators that are undersized. Always make sure a generator is 3 to 5 times the size of the total load attached to unsure it can maintain a steady output frequency. There is no way to change the +/- 5% deviation.

- If the shape of the incoming power is considered ""too dirty"", some Back-UPS products may transfer to battery power. This is most likely the problem if you have already confirmed that the input voltage is within the acceptable limits. Most Back-UPS products have the ability to change their sensitivity to the shape of the input power from high to medium or even low. Please see your user manual for details as to how to adjust this setting.

Note: If the power disturbance is brief, you may only hear the unit beep once or twice.

2.) The Back-UPS product has entered a low battery condition
• Continuous Beeping (the amber On Battery LED will be illuminated)

Note: This graceful shutdown will occur automatically if the APC management software is being used.

3.)Capacity Overload
• Constant, Solid Tone (the red Overload LED will be illuminated)

If the Back UPS emits a constant flat tone and reducing the load does not solve the problem please try the following steps:

1) Turn the UPS off.
2) Unplug all the equipment from the UPS
3) Unplug the UPS from the wall outlet
4) Push and hold the power on button (you will hear two beeps) release the button before the second beep ends.

At this point, the UPS will either go into battery and work fine or it will continue to emit a constant flat tone. If the unit still emits this tone, it is an indicator that the UPS was permanently damaged due to the overload. In some failure conditions, the UPS may continue to emit this constant tone even when removed from utility power. To immediately silence this alarm during this condition, the internal battery must be disconnected via the UPS battery access door. Please contact APC Support for replacement options or visit APC's UPS Selector.

4.) Unit failed a self test
• Continuous Beeps for One Minute; Repeated Every 5 Hours (Replace Battery LED will be illuminated)

Step 1:
Confirm that the Back-UPS product's internal battery has been connected. The instructions on how to do this are in the user manual.

Step 2:
Verify that the UPS is not being overloaded (refer to the Back-UPS products User Manual for watt capacity of the battery outlets). APC recommends plugging only the computers and monitors in the battery powered outlets, other peripherals should be plugged into the ""Surge Only"" outlets labeled on the back of the UPS. Outlet strips or surge protectors should NEVER be plugged into any UPS. Remove any excessive load from the UPS. On the same note if the Back-UPS product is close to being fully loaded (>80% of the battery outlet’s watt capacity) it is not recommended that the Back-UPS product be used as a master on switch to turn on your equipment. Instead power the Back-UPS product on letting it complete its self-test before turning on the connected equipment. It is also acceptable to leave the Back-UPS product on and never turn it off.

Step 3:
Disconnect the external battery pack if one is in use. A self-test should be performed with the UPS fully charged (charging without interruption or transfer to battery for 5 hours) and normal load attached. To do this, making sure the Back-UPS product is plugged into the wall, push the On/Off button and hold it for approximately 4 seconds until a long tone is heard. The ""On Battery"" (yellow) LED will illuminate while the ""On Line"" (green) LED will flash. This test will last about 15 seconds and will yield one of 2 results: If the Replace Battery LED stays lit (the unit will beep/chirp for 1 full minute indicating a failed test) the battery should be replaced. If the replace battery LED turns off, then the battery does not need replacement.

Step 4: (Proceed only if ""step 3"" does not clear the Replace Battery LED)
The Back-UPS product comes with a 2 year warranty which includes the battery. If the Back-UPS product was purchased within 2 years, please contact APC Support and reference the steps performed in this document. Also include the exact part number and serial number found on the bottom of the Back-UPS RS/XS.

If the Back-UPS product is outside of the factory warranty, use the UPS Replacement Battery and Upgrade Selector which will offer out-of-warranty options for replacing an exhausted battery pack or upgrading to a new APC Back-UPS.

5.) Disabling UPS audible alarm tones.

Managing UPS Audible Alarm Settings via On-Device Mute Feature (Back-UPS ES 'M' Series and Back-UPS Pro)

Using Quick Mute on APC Back-UPS ES M-Series to temporarily silence alarms:

Silencing Audible Alarms on APC Back-UPS Pro via Mute Button:

Managing UPS Audible Alarm Settings via PowerChute Personal Edition
Step 1:

Connect the UPS's RJ45 to USB communications cable between the UPS and the computer. Ensure the USB cable is inserted directly into one of the host computer's native USB ports. Do not use a hub or after market USB cards to establish communications.

Step 2:
Once the computer has detected the "New Hardware Device", install the PowerChute Personal Edition software onto a currently supported operating system.

Step 3:
Once the software has been properly installed, the UPS's audible alarms can be disabled by accessing the ""Notifications Configuration"" section found under the ""Configurations"" Tab and altering the ""Battery Back-UPS Alarm"" section. Here the alarms can be enabled for all events, disabled for all events, disabled during specific UPS conditions or during customer specified time periods.


Action action.. B to B in the place to be
action.. ready set action

o di no wa he yo jo so
shi gan nul jong mal na ji ran na
wi ro da wil pi lyo ob ja na oh girl (oh girl)

en no rul jong mal sa rang he so
ju gul man kum mak kyo jon nun de
gu ro ni ga nal bo ryo so, why ma girl
in sa do wak ji

hun de yot don ni ma ma ra
du gun det ton shin gan ga to
ma map pa nan cham do an nwa
oh nan, nik go mi wo

mok go cha go do ti che gi da ga
ni seng ga ke nun mu ri na yo
dab dab he un jo nul ha da ga
hul lo na on nun u ma ge
twi twi pang pang, twi twi pang pang
twi twi pang pang
gyong jog so ri, ho nul ta ra go su li ne yo babe

am man, jang gu gul yo bwa ja da dab han
ma mal lang ga mol la uh!
shi gum jon pye ay bul myon jun ay ne
gi ni ga nam gi go gan
son mul cham go mab da.. man
do nun sa yang hal ge sa shil na sog to ji ni ka
gu re sol jig hi ji gum gi bun do cham mo ga tun ni ka
ai go. na bo. go mo ro jo ra go, go ma pang pang de ra
an gu re do na bog jab ha ni ka uh!

hun dul yo don ni ma ma ra
du gun de don shi gan ga to
mam a pa na jam do an nwa
oh nan, ni ka ni wo

mok go cha go do ti che gi da ga
ni seng ga ke nun mu ri na yo
dab dab he un jo nul ha da ga
hul lo na on nun, u ma ge
twi twi pang pang, twi twi pang pang
twi twi pang pang
gyong jog so ri o nul, ta ra go su li ne yo babe

(babe) chang ba ke
(babe) nal shi nun, o nul ta ra to
we i ri do jo hun ji
(babe) ni ga an don
(babe) ne yop ja li yeah! tong bin che
u ri chu-o man che wo ga, na nun o nul do yeah!

mok go cha go do ti che gi da ga
ni seng ga ke nun mu ri na yo
dab dab he un jo nul ha da ga
hul lo na on nun, u ma ge
twi twi pang pang, twi twi pang pang
twi twi pang pang
gyong jog so ri o nul, ta ra go su li ne yo babe

ay ay cha ga mag gi ne ban jum
jong shin na gan che ro hyong jog man ul yo de pang pang
ye chug chul ba run gi bon, go sog do ro wan yawn de
i rin shi wi la do bol yo bol ka era mo ru ge da
chil te myon cho bwa ra nan gu nyo rul lir ra da
mi cho bo ri nun cho gi ra do he ya ni ga do ra ol ka
sa te ga shim ga ke gun cho hang gang da ril ul cha ja
gu re bwa ja so ri man peg! ji ru go mal ge chi oh god

twi twi pang twi twi pang o nul ta ra go sul li ne yo
twi twi pang twi twi twi twi twi twi pang nun mu ri na yo
twi twi pang twi twi pang mo go ja go to dwi cho gi da ga
twi twi pang twi twi twi twi twi twi pang nun mu ri na


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