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Slope Calculator in two-part form that considers age, height, weight, ski level, boot sole length, boot type and a ski’s edge angle in order to determine DIN Settings, or release settings for your binding.

Now you can add or subtract up to 2000 kg of extra mass to your DualIS calculations!
The first problem with this new feature is that we can’t tell how it should be implemented on DualIS 2.2 yet. We assume it was built using the same technology as the static bounding sphere calculation of DualIS 3.0. We guess the new virtual mass line would be a collection of points of the same mass connected linearly according to the distance from the static bounding sphere. Of course, DualIS 2.2 can’t even calculate the height of the sphere, so the new added mass can never be really applied.
So, in most cases, the calculated DIN Settings wouldn’t change at all. However, there are some extreme cases where the applied DIN Settings might change significantly. If the new added mass gets very close to an edge of a mountain, DualIS could flip the applied DIN Settings from active and more sensitive to inactive and less sensitive (all four active settings, the same as it is now).
You can create your own custom formulas for the calculated new mass. You would have to write the functions for the calculation and weight array into a custom.txt file. Of course, you would have to add the new.txt file to the directory of your DualIS profile.
Enjoy this new feature!
Download 2.3, update your profile and enjoy the new feature.
If you encounter problems with the new custom formula, post in the forum about your problem.
To make it easier to use, there is a script to add the new virtual mass line, so you will only have to change the existing script. Just download the new script from the forum.

Adjustment of pack size using a scale is a typical activity in many industries. The weight is measured using a load cell which is based on a balanced weight (A/D conversion). In this application an expansion-like compensator is used to provide a digital output, which can be compared to the weight scales stored in the computer. The complete system is plug-in to any PC-hardware. It is freely available for downloading.

The program allows the user to set up a single load cell balance, or a multiple set of balances with a variety

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DIN Settings Calculator is a tool for recreational skier who want to adjust their retention levels to maximize their feeling on the slopes.
DIN Settings Calculator enables you to calculate your DIN Settings level taking into account age, height, weight, ski level and boot sole length.
You should pay attention that your Boot sole length or if you are wearing boots, determine the length of the boot pad.
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Calculates DIN Settings level 
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An easy to use tool.
The more correction settings you choose, the more precise your results will be.
DIN Settings Calculator is based on an average boot sole length.
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DIN Settings Calculator enables you to calculate your DIN Settings level taking into account age, height, weight, ski level and boot sole length. The DIN scale is used to ensure that ski bindings release under the same force at all skiing destinations worldwide.
Skier type depends on your ski experience level. How to determine your ski level?Determine what type of skier your are from one of the following groups:
· Type I – Cautious skiing at lighter release / retention settings.
· Type II – Average / moderate skiing at average release/retention settings.
· Type III – Aggressive, higher speed skiing at higher release/retention settings.
DIN Settings Calculator Description:
DIN Settings Calculator is a tool for recreational skier who want to adjust their retention levels to maximize their feeling on the slopes.
DIN Settings Calculator enables you to calculate your DIN Settings level taking into account age, height, weight, ski level and boot sole length.
You should pay attention that your Boot sole length or if you are wearing boots, determine the length of the boot pad.
Product highlights:
Calculates DIN Settings level 
Real time input field calculator
An easy to use tool.
The more correction settings you choose, the more precise your results will be.
DIN Settings Calculator is based on an average boot sole length.
For Custom boot sole length please contact us.
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Ski bindings are mechanical devices used to attach skis to your ski boots. The DIN scale is used to measure the specific amount of force the bindings apply to the boot which in turn regulates the release of the boot. Understanding these release settings (the level of force required to release the boot from the binding) is critical to maximizing your skiing experience. Finding the right combination of release settings and binding type for your skiing ability is crucial to getting the most out of your equipment.
With the DIN Settings Calculator, you can easily find release settings based on your ski experience.
Features:
√ All-in-one Ski Binding Settings Calculator.
√ Multilingual: It supports both English & German languages!
√ Backgroud page maintenance: You don’t have to be logged in to change the settings.
√ Support different boot sizes: For winter boots and bindings.
√ Support different weight categories: For different boot types.
√ Print your settings for later use.
√ DIN Settings Calculator is the only multilingual, all-in-one tool for this subject.
√ DIN Settings Calculator helps you to find your release settings by using a grapher.
√ DIN Settings Calculator is easy to use: Just click on your boot and a toolbar will appear.
√ No configuration needed – just run the app and use it to find the settings. No complex settings to change.
√ Visually explained values for you to understand the units.
√ Save and recall your settings for later use.
√ It works offline! You don’t need an internet connection to use the app.
√ No additional sensors required.
√ All settings are rescaled for 100% correct data.
√ DIN Settings Calculator works for all boot types: For winter, alpine and freestyle boots.
√ DIN Settings Calculator can calculate your DIN Settings for bindings and ski boots.

The All-In-One Tool to Calculate and Print your DIN Settings.

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Calculate your binding settings based on your age, height, weight, ski level and boot sole length. Plus print your settings.

The DIN Settings Calculator enables you to calculate your DIN Settings level taking into account age, height, weight, ski level and boot

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To speed up the choosing of your ski bindings you should use this DIN Settings Calculator. Click on the Help button to clarify the input values and to get detailed information about your bindings. The system allows you to choose your ski bindings based on a skier’s ski experience level, age and height. Please note: DIN settings may vary from binding to binding. The description above is for a general indication, and is not meant to apply to individual binding models. Please consult a binding manufacturer for binding specific information.

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I bought my ski bindings in Italy 2 weeks ago, and I’m quite happy. I’m not an expert skier, but I’ve been skiing for 10 years and I’ve always had this problem with my bindings, after a few days of skiing my foot was always injured and I couldn’t stand it any more. I bought the Salomon Air 35 bindings, which I had already tried on a couple of times and enjoyed playing with. I live in Switzerland, where even with open toe gortex shoes, I was freezing my feet after a few hours of skiing. In Italy, just by changing one setting, they feel perfect; the calf sleeves are not too tight, the release is not too easy, the heel straps are not too high, the toe piece is not too long and the bindings are not too light.

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Sue R.| 9/17/2009 11:06:55 AM

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Jeroen M.| 9/16/2009 8:58:43 AM

Do you have a video from Germany?

I’m not in Germany, but for what you’re describing, I wouldn’t have imagined that any ski binding would cause that problem.

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Timothy Y.| 8/29/2009

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Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista
Mac OS X 10.11 or later
HD Graphics compliant
1GB of RAM
1366 x 768 resolution
1024 x 768 video
22” or smaller 16:9 display
Note: As there is no “high” setting, Full HD 1080p content will be delivered at 720p.
Windows 8 and Windows 7 users also require a USB keyboard/mouse combo.
How it works:
A secondary display,

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