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The biggest change in deer regulations for the 2011 season is that outside of Deer Management Unit (DMU) 487, the six-county tuberculosis area in the northeast Lower Peninsula, baiting deer will once again be allowed in the Lower Peninsula. Within DMU 487 (which includes Alcona, Alpena, Iosco, Montmorency, Oscoda, and Presque Isle counties) a total ban on baiting remains in effect.
Hunters are reminded, however, that some baiting restrictions still apply wherever they hunt deer in Michigan. The regulations are intended to minimize the effects of concentrating deer together. Such concentration increases contact among animals, which is of concern because it can increase the chance that undetected diseases – such as bovine tuberculosis or chronic wasting disease – may quickly grow to a problematic level before any action is possible.
First of all, the quantity of bait is limited to no more than two gallons per hunting site. For those [...]

The 480W Enecsys Duo microinverter supports the fully independent power point tracking of two photovoltaic (PV) modules when converting the direct current (DC) output of the PV modules to grid-compliant alternating current (AC). Also on exhibit will be the 360W version of the Enecsys microinverter that was launched earlier this year. These dual-input microinverters from Enecsys bring the capital costs of solar PV systems down to those of systems based on string inverters. However, string inverters typically need to be replaced at least once during the lifetime of the system while Enecsys microinverters are expected to have a service life of more than 25 years and come with a 20-year limited warranty, which is double the reliable operating life of solar PV systems based on string inverters.
Enecsys microinverters mount on the rails behind each solar module, either [...]