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January/February 2013 Multimedia & appliances industry spotlight Smart toys Traditional and new-generation toys go electronic technology focus Fuel cells New power source for portable devices Robotics High demand for domestic and industrial robots TECHNICAL COMMITTEE AFFAIRS Systems approach IEC to develop systems standards IEC TC 105 Fuel cells IEC FAMILY The way ahead Interview with IEC General Secretary and CEO contents 4 6 17 11 8 27 4 The latest portable fuel cell systems promise to deliver an alternative to lithium-ion batteries and their chargers for mobile devices 6 Domestic robots, first introduces around 2000 have since expanded their range of activities to become very sophisticated devices 8 Industrial robots are now used in a wide variety of industry sectors 11 These days, finding the right CFL or LED bulb means looking at many different parameters 17 The systems approach is increasingly used to tackle subjects in fields such as computing, engineering, information science, health, manufacturing, sustainable development and the environment 27 Interview with IEC General Secretary and CEO Frans Vreeswijk
GM sells other engines and transmissions in various states of completion. This warranty covers only those engines and transmissions that are marketed by GM as GM Parts or Chevrolet Performance Parts. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state. General Motors does not authorize any person to create for it any other obligations or liability in connection with these assemblies. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE APPLICABLE TO ASSEMBLIES OR PARTS IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY. THE PERFORMANCE OF REPAIRS OR REPLACEMENT IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY. GM SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM BREACH OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty will last or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, therefore, the above limitation or exclusions may not apply to you. SERVICE CHECKS: Transmissions: It is important for you or a service technician to check the transmission/transaxle fluid level at regular intervals. Engines: It is important for you or a service technician to perform these underhood checks at each fuel fill: • Check engine oil level and add if necessary. • Check engine coolant level in coolant reservoir and add if necessary. • Check belts and hoses for visible wear and replace if necessary.
Program Highlights • Three levels of named component coverage • An exclusionary level of coverage • Eligible vehicles include current + 9 model years • Coverage terms up to 7 years/100,000 miles • Dealer profit participation reinsurance and retro programs available • Deductible options include $50, $100, $100 (disappearing) and $200 per repair visit • Advantage WRAP and Preferred WRAP coverage available • Transfer benefit • Additional benefits include: towing, jump-start, flat tire change, vehicle fluid delivery, lockout assistance, rental and hotel/motel reimbursement Coverage Levels Powertrain Gasoline/Diesel Engine: All internally lubricated parts, engine block, cylinder heads, exhaust manifold, expansion plugs, harmonic balancer, intake manifold, mounts, oil pan (excluding drain plug related failures), rotary engine rotor housing, timing belt/chain and tensioner, timing chain cover, valve covers, water pump, seals and gaskets (within component group). Surcharged coverage: supercharger/turbocharger (factory installed). Transmission: (Automatic, Standard or Transfer Case): All internally lubricated parts within the transmission including: cooler lines (metal), mounts, throttle valve cable, torque convertor, flywheel/flexplate, transmission and transfer case housing, transmission cooler, oil pan, vacuum modulator, external and internal control units, seals and gaskets Front/Rear-Wheel Drive: All internally lubricated parts within the drive/transaxle assembly including: axles and axle bearings, constant velocity joints/boots, drive axle housing, drive shaft support, differential cover, hub bearings, front hub locking assemblies, drive shaft, universal joints, four wheel drive actuator, seals and gaskets Fluids: All fluids in conjunction with a covered repair.
Remove the stock horn and bracket from the stud it is mounted to and unplug the 2 wires. Remove the seat. Route the end of the wire and hose loom without the connectors. Starting in front of the fuel valve, route this loom behind the valve, over the fuel line over the rear cylinder head along the existing wiring or hoses - if your model has any. Follow the frame to where the back bone and seat support rails come together. Route the loom up into the general area where the compressor will mount (i.e. see diagram). Attach the hose to the 'Y' connector on the horns themselves. Attach the two black wires from the loom to the relay terminals #87 and #30, located between the air horns behind chrome cover. Attach the wires from the original horn to the remaining terminals #85 and #86 (NOTE: it makes no difference which wire goes to which terminal). Attach the relay to the back of the horn bracket assembly or up under the fuel tank using the small cable tie provided. NOTE: the terminals must point downward to prevent water from entering the relay! Install the horn assembly using the 1/4" thick chrome washer provided behind the horn mounting bracket. Use the original acorn nut and tighten securely. Check to see that the horns have at least 1/4" clearance between the engine, shift linkage and choke knob. They should be horizontal or angle down at the front just slightly. Take any slack out of the loom, keeping it up against the frame and away from the engine or exhaust, using several of the small cable ties provided.
A riders view of the wires. On the left hand grip they are the ones closest to the ground. The right grip has the wires, the throttle cables and the front brake line The project is running the electrical wiring for the hand switches through the handlebars. The wires are just plain ugly. Start by marking where all your hand controls are located and how the bars are currently mounted. I used a sharpie and just put some tick marks near the grips and by the center clamp. This makes putting everything back together easy. Also mark out where you want your holes to go. Take your time on these measurements. We need to remove the gas tank to get to the wires. Take the fuel pump fuse out, then start the bike. After it dies run the starter for three seconds. Then disconnect the high pressure fuel line (warning it sprays a little gas at you, use a rag to block it). Remove the instrument panel. Finish removing the gas tank. Disconnect the tube that allows the gas to flow from the left side to the right side. Make sure your container is large enough to catch all the gas. Cleanup all spilled gasoline. Remove the bolts that hold the tank on, disconnect the fuel gauge and the gas escape line from the fuel tank. There should be nothing holding the tank on now, just remove it. If you didnt drain all the gas you will spill some more all over. Now the tank is removed. Put it in a good place so that you wont knock it over on accident.
(Part Number 200-KT-V300D) The Racepak data acquisition system you have purchased for your Harley-Davidson Destroyer has been developed as a joint project between Harley-Davidson Engineering and Racepak Data Systems. It has been designed specifically for your motorcycle as a plug-and-play system. Harley-Davidson has built your motorcycle with a number of features already installed that will greatly ease the job of installing this Racepak system. It should be noted that, although similar in appearance, the components in this kit are purpose built and are not interchangeable with components from other Racepak data acquisition systems. GETTING STARTED One of the first things you should do is to insure that you have received all of the components needed to complete this installation. Racepak suggests that you lay out all of the items that you have received so you can identify and check off each of them from the list below. This will also help to familiarize you with each of the components in the kit. Your kit should include the following items: (1) V300 Harley-Davidson Destroyer Data Recorder. A (1) Two Channel Air/Fuel Controller. B (2) Air/Fuel Sensors with Cable. C (1) Wire Harness, Air/Fuel Controller to Sensors with Heater Wire. D (1) Mounting Bracket. E (2) V-Net Modules with Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensors. F (1) Adapter Cable, Wire Harness to Clutch RPM Sensor. G (1) Clutch RPM Sensor with Pigtail Cable. H (1) Wire Harness, with RPM & Analog Cable. I (1) Installation Manual.
Quick Start Guide Thank you for choosing the WAP2000 Wireless-G Access Point with Power Over Ethernet. The access point features RangeBooster technology that is compatible with standard 802.11g but with a range up to two times further and throughput up to 35 percent faster. Unlike ordinary wireless technologies that are hampered by wireless signals that reflect off walls, ceilings, and other objects, RangeBooster uses these multiple signals with two smart receivers at each end (router or access point and client adapter) to boost range and throughput speeds. As a result, a RangeBooster solution reduces or eliminates wireless signal dead spots in offices and other buildings so users can connect to the network in more areas. 2 Getting to Know the WAP2000 This section describes the external features of the WAP2000. Front Panel RESET Button—There are two ways to reset the access point to the factory default configuration. Either press the Reset button for more than ten seconds or restore the defaults using the web-based utility of the access point. If you press the Reset button for less than ten seconds, the access point will simply reboot. ETHERNET Port—Connects to Ethernet network devices, such as a switch or router. The access point can be powered using Power over Ethernet. POWER Port—Connects the access point to power using the supplied power adapter. Use this option if your switch or router doesn’t support Power over Ethernet. Wall Mounting The WAP2000 can be mounted either vertically or horizontally. STEP 1 Determine where you want to mount the access point and install two screws (not supplied) into the wall for either vertical or horizontal placement. For horizontal placement, orient the access point as shown: 5-7/8˝ Side Panel This guide describes how to physically install your WAP2000 and how to set up a basic configuration by using the configuration utility. Before You Begin Before you begin the installation, make sure that you have the following equipment and services: Cisco Small Business • Tools for installing the hardware WAP2000 Wireless-G Access Point with Power Over Ethernet • Category 5e Ethernet cable Package Contents • A Cisco Small Business Power over Ethernet (PoE) switch or a switch and a 802.3af compliant power injector • Wireless-G Access Point with Power Over Ethernet • Detachable Dipole Antennas (2) • PC with Microsoft Internet Explorer (6.0 or later) or Mozilla Firefox for using the web-based system management tools POWER—(Green) Lights up when the access point is powered on. PoE—(Green) Lights up when the access point is powered through an Ethernet cable. WIRELESS—(Green) Lights up when the wireless module is active on the access point. The LED flashes when the access point is actively sending or receiving data from a wireless device.
AP541N Dual-band Single-radio Access Point Quick Start Guide Package Contents • Cisco AP541N Dual-band Single-radio Access Point that includes an IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n radio. • Three antennas (These might be black or black-and-silver. This does not affect performance.) • Screws and wallboard anchors • Cat 5e Ethernet cable • Power supply • This quick start guide • Product CD-ROM Welcome Thank you for choosing the Cisco Small Business AP541N. The Cisco AP541N, part of the Cisco Smart Business Communications System (SBCS), is an 802.11n wireless access point purposely built for the Small Business. This guide is designed to familiarize you with the general layout of the access point, how to deploy the device in your network, and access the configuration interface. Your access point has more features or functionality than what is described in this guide. For additional configuration information, see the Cisco AP541N Administration Guide available at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps10492/ prod_maintenance_guides_list.html. 1 Getting to Know the Cisco AP541N This section describes the exterior of the access point. Front Panel LEDs all Cisco Sm s Pro Busines t RESET PWR PoE DIAG SPEED LAN WLAN 2.4G Cisco AP541N Dual-band Single-radio Access Point Quick Start Guide Access Poin 235174 Radio d Single Dual Ban AP54 1N WLAN 5G 1 CAUTION Before you connect your access point to the network or power it on, read the “Getting Started with the Configuration” section....
Cisco SPA100 Series Analog Telephone Adapters SPA112 Two Port Phone Adapter SPA122 ATA with Router Package Contents • Analog Telephone Adapter • Ethernet Cable • Power Adapter • Quick Start Guide • Product CD-ROM Welcome Thank you for choosing a Cisco SPA100 Series Analog Telephone Adapter. This product family includes the following models: • SPA112 Two-Port Phone Adapter: 2 FXS ports and 1 10/100 WAN port. • SPA122 ATA with Router: 2 FXS ports, 1 10/100 WAN port, 1 10/100 LAN port, and built-in router. This guide describes how to physically install the equipment and how to get started with the configuration. 1 Before You Begin Before you begin the installation, make sure that you have the following equipment and services: • An active Internet account and Voice over IP account • Ethernet cable to connect to your broadband network device • Phone to connect to your SPA112/122 • Phone cable to connect your phone • Optional: Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) to provide backup power 2 Product Features Top Panel 2 Cisco SPA100 Series Analog Telephone Adapters Feature Phone 1 Phone 2 Internet System Description Steady green—On hook. Slow flashing green—Off hook. Off—Port not ready. Flashing green—Transmitting or receiving data through the WAN port. Off—No link. Steady green—System ready, IP address acquired. Slow flashing green—Acquiring IP address. (By default, uses DHCP.) Fast flashing green—Upgrading firmware. Off—No power or system can not boot up. Back Panel Feature Reset Description Using a paperclip or similar object, press this button briefly to restart the unit. Press and hold for 10 seconds to restore the factory default settings. Connect to an analog phone, using an RJ-11 phone cable. Phone 1, Phone 2 (Gray) Ethernet (Yellow) Can be used to connect to a device on your network, such as a computer, using an Ethernet cable. SPA122 Only Internet (Blue) Connect to a broadband network device (DSL or cable modem) or a network router, using an Ethernet cable. Power Connect to a power source, using the provided power adapter. Cisco SPA100 Series Analog Telephone Adapters 3 3 Connecting the Equipment NOTE For wall-mounting instructions, see Mounting the ATA, page 9. STEP 1 Connect one end of the provided Ethernet cable to the Internet (Blue) port. Connect the other end directly to your broadband network deviceConnect one end of a phone cable to the Phone 1 (Gray) port. Connect the other end to your analog phone or fax machine. STEP 2 Connect one end of another phone cable to another analog phone or fax machine. Connect the other end to the Phone 2 (Gray) port. STEP 3 SPA122 Only: Optionally, connect one end of an Ethernet network cable to the ETHERNET (Yellow) port of the ATA. Connect the other end to a device on your network, such as a computer.
RESET Button—There are two ways to reset the access point to the .... seconds, it falls back to the following default static IP address: 192.168.1.245 and a. Cisco Small Business WAP4410N Wireless-N Access Point with Power Over Ethernet Cisco and the Cisco logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Cisco and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. To view a list of Cisco trademarks, go to this URL: www.cisco.com/go/trademarks. Third-party trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners. The use of the word partner does not imply a partnership relationship between Cisco and any other company. (1110R) © 2012 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Document Revision Number OL-19774-02