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- When printing the application, make sure the image of the application covers the entire page.
- After using the Form Filler tool, do not make handwritten corrections to the form after you’ve printed it. The Form Filler tool will create a unique barcode for your application, and handwriting on the form (except to sign your name) will delay processing of your application.
- The Form Filler works best if you are in the United States or renewing by mail from Canada. Visit the webpage of the U.S. embassy or consulate if you are applying for or renewing your U.S. passport in another country.
- You must print your form single-sided. We do not accept double-sided forms.
- You will not be asked to provide credit card information on this site. We don’t have an option to pay online.
Most Common Forms for a U.S. Passport
- You should complete this form if you’re applying for the first time, you’re applying for your child who is under age 16, or you don’t meet our requirements to renew your passport.
2. Renewal Application (DS-82)
- You should complete this form if you meet our requirements to renew your passport by mail. Keep in mind that children under age 16 cannot renew their passports.
3. Data Corrections, Some Name Changes, and Limited-Validity Passports (DS-5504)
- You may be eligible to use this form if you need to change or correct your passport, or you need to replace a passport that was limited to less than 10 years validity (which is the normal validity period for an adult’s passport.
Forms for Special Situations
- You should complete this form if you lost your passport or it has been stolen. To replace a lost or stolen passport, you must apply in person and submit Form DS-11 in addition to Form DS-64.
2. Statement of Consent for Issuing a Passport to a Child (DS-3053)
- You should complete this form if one parent or guardian cannot go with the child to apply in person for the child’s passport. The parent or guardian should submit this special form in addition to their child’s application (DS-11).
3. Statement of Special Family Circumstances (DS-5525)
- You should complete this form if one parent or guardian cannot locate the other parent or guardian. The parent who is applying should submit this special form in addition to their child’s application (DS-11).
4. Statement You Did Not Receive Your U.S. Passport (DS-86)
- You should submit this form only if we completed and mailed your passport and you did not receive it within 10 days of us mailing it. Call the National Passport Information Center and the customer service representatives will walk you through this form.
Reporting Technical Issues
The Form Filler tool is a shared resource for 4 of our forms. It’s common to enter your information and see a different form than you expected (for example, a DS-11 instead of a DS-82). The Form Filler will create the correct form for you based on the information you enter. If you have technical issues while using the tool, please let us know by completing our Website Issues form. If you have a question about your passport application, please Contact Us.
Double Selector Valve – DS Series
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Parker’s DS, Two Position, Double Selector valve is designed for directing an A & B input to two different selectable circuits.
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Parker’s DS Double Selector valve diverts the A & B input ports into two separate circuits. In one position, the A & B ports are directed to C & D, and in the other position, A & B ports are directed to E & F.
This selectable circuitry permits operation of two, double-acting cylinders with: one four-way control valve or, four single-acting cylinders with two three-way control valves.
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• Chrome plated spool
• High-tensile cast iron body
• Standard porting options are 3/4” NPT as well as SAE-12
• The valve should be shifted prior to applying system pressure
• Rated at 3000 PSI with SAE ports and the maximum recommend input flow is 25 GPM
• The valve spool is of the open crossover type. This means that at mid stroke, ports A, D, and E are momentarily connected
Overview of Virtual Machine Offerings in Microsoft Azure
Microsoft Azure Compute Options
Microsoft Azure provides three major compute options from which you can select to run websites and applications. The first two options, Azure Websites and Azure Cloud Services, are solutions that leverage VMs without requiring you to fully manage their creation and administration. Azure Websites and Cloud Services are Platform as a Service (PaaS) offerings. The third option, Azure Virtual Machines (VMs), provides you with full control to create and manage your VMs. Azure Virtual Machines is an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offering.
Azure Websites offer you the ability to create and manage websites and web applications without the need to create and manage the underlying VMs on which they execute. In this model, you can select to run your website and web applications on a VM that you share with other customers, or you can elect to have them run on VMs that are reserved solely for your use. Azure Websites run on VMs that are part of a resource pool with load balancing, high-scalability, traffic management, high-availability, and fault tolerance features.
Azure Cloud Services
Similar to Azure Websites, Azure Cloud Services use VMs to execute workloads, but with the addition of giving you some configuration and control over the underlying VMs. For example, you can access the VMs remotely and also install software on Cloud Service VMs, whereas you can only manage your websites and web applications in Azure Websites.
Azure Cloud Services also provide you with the ability to use instances of web roles running on IIS, or worker roles which do not require IIS. If your application is composed of multiple components running on multiple VMs, all of these VMs run in a single cloud service with access to your application through a public facing IP address. Azure Cloud Services support load balancing of incoming requests, as well as fault tolerance through detection of hardware, VM, and application failure. If one or more of the VMs or application instances in a cloud service fail, Azure can automatically start new VMs and new application instances in your cloud service to mitigate service downtime. As part of the configuration of an Azure Cloud Service, you can select from different VM types according to your workload requirements. This is also true if you decide to use Azure Virtual Machines.
Azure Virtual Machines
Azure Virtual Machines offer you complete control of the creation, configuration, and management of VMs to run your applications. You can create virtual machines using your own VHDs that you upload into Azure or by leveraging VHD offerings in the Azure VHD gallery. Microsoft Azure provides VHDs for different editions and configurations of Windows Server, Linux servers (Suse, Ubuntu, CentOS), Microsoft applications such as SQL Server, BizTalk Server, SharePoint Server, and many third-party applications.
Every VM that you create is associated with a cloud service. If your application requires execution across multiple VMs, then all VMs should be grouped in the same cloud service. This configuration allows you to leverage Azure load-balancing across the set of associated VMs. If your application only requires a single VM, it is still associated with a cloud service, but it can be the only VM in that cloud service. VMs in the same cloud service can also communicate with each other using a private virtual network. If you need to connect VMs running in Microsoft Azure to on-premises resources, you can leverage a VPN gateway to establish the network path. This also allows you to enable VMs running in Microsoft Azure to be joined to your corporate Active Directory (AD) domains running on on-premise servers.
Azure Virtual Machines support the configuration and association of multiple data disks to VMs using VHDs. These VHDs are used to store persistent data for your application. Azure Virtual Machines can store VHDs on Azure Standard Storage devices which are hard disk drives (HDD) or on Azure Premium Storage which are Solid State Devices (SSD) that provide high-performance and low-latency I/O operations for more demanding workloads. However, at the time of writing this article (April 2015), only DS-size VMs support connection to Azure Premium Storage.
In terms of fault tolerance, Microsoft Azure Storage provides replication across geographical regions. This allows changes in VM operating system and application data to be preserved in case of a hardware failure in the primary data center.
Azure Virtual Machines offer the most flexibility for storage, connectivity, and configuration. However, you have to maintain your VMs including updating and maintaining the OS and all other applications that run on them.
Azure Virtual Machines Offerings
Microsoft offers Azure Virtual Machines in two tiers (basic and standard) and an array of different sizes (compute, memory, storage, and IOPS configurations). It is up to you to select the right VM size that matches your workload requirements. The VM size that you select also determines the price that you pay for use of the VM. Storage costs are priced separately and depend on the space used in your Azure Storage account.
Basic Tier VMs
As shown in Table 1, the basic tier includes only A series VMs. Microsoft Azure does not support load-balancing and auto-scaling for this tier of VMs.