Since only 80% of the PSD is tax deductible, they only give you a receipt for $200 of the $250 donation you made.
UAUM is correct. You are all set.
Silly me I thought this was going to be a thread about Photoshop.
"Who would come to this board with a question on power spectral density?"
Especially if you're doing vibration control, PSD is the thing to look at. Since you're normalized for frequency resolution, you can compare two spectra from different controllers and not have to worry about whether the levels make any sense. Good call.
That is just IRS stuff.
Thanks everyone. This was my first psd donation so I didnt know for sure.
convert the PSD file to a 72dpi JPEG and you'll be fine. If you need it for print, convert it to a 300dpi TIFF file, but don't upsample it.