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POWER TOOLS RANGE CATALOGUE 2011-12 DRILLS GRINDERS HAMMERS CORE CUTTERS DRIVERS/WRENCHES CHOP SAWS GUARANTEED TOUGH. TM WOODWORKING CORDLESS Power Tools Range 2011-12 DRILLS DWD010 - 6mm Rotary Drill DWD014 - 10mm VSR Drill POWER: 380 W CHUCK CAPACITY: 1 - 6.5 MM POWER: 550 W METAL: 6.5 MM SPEED: 0-2800 RPM DRILLS WOOD: 15 MM SPEED: 0-3600 RPM WEIGHT: 1.16 KG DWD016 - 10mm VSR Drill D21101 - 13mm VSR Drill DRILLING CAPACITY: STEEL:10 MM WOOD: 25 MM WEIGHT: 1.3 KG D21520 - 13mm Mixer & Rotary Drill POWER: 380 W POWER: 650 W POWER: 710 W SPEED: 0-2600 RPM SPEED: 0-850 RPM SPEED: 0-550 RPM DRILLING CAPACITY: STEEL:10 MM DRILLING CAPACITY IN STEEL:13 MM DRILLING CAPACITY IN STEEL:13 MM WOOD: 20 MM WOOD: 35 MM WOOD: 100 MM WEIGHT: 1.3 KG WEIGHT: 1.9 KG WEIGHT: 3.4 KG DWD022 - 10mm Impact Drill DWD024 - 13mm Impact Drill D21720 - 13mm Two Speed Impact Drill POWER: 650 W POWER: 550 W POWER: 650 W SPEED: 0-1100/0-2600 RPM SPEED: 0-2800 RPM SPEED: 0-2800 RPM DRILLING CAPACITY IN STEEL:13 MM DRILLING CAPACITY: STEEL:10 MM CAPACITY IN STEEL: 10 MM CONCRETE:16 MM WOOD: 25 MM WOOD: 30 MM WOOD:40/25 MM WEIGHT: 1.4 KG WEIGHT: 1.6 KG WEIGHT: 2.1 KG SMALL ANGLE GRINDERS DW801 - 100mm Angle Grinder DW810 - 100mm Angle Grinder POWER: 850 W GRINDERS POWER: 680 W SPEED: 11000 RPM SPEED: 11000 RPM MAX. DISC DIA.: 100 MM MAX. DISC DIA.: 100 MM EXTERNAL BRUSH ACCESS EXTERNAL BRUSH ACCESS WEIGHT: 1.8 KG WEIGHT: 1.8 KG GUARANTEED TOUGH. TM 1 Power Tools Range 2011-12 SMALL ANGLE GRINDERS DW803 - 100mm Angle Grinder DW831 - 125mm Angle Grinder D28112X - 100mm Angle Grinder POWER: 1000 W SPEED: 10000 RPM POWER: 1050 W MAX. DISC DIA.: 100 MM SPEED: 10000 RPM POWER: 1400 W EXTERNAL BRUSH ACCESS MAX. DISC DIA.: 100 MM SPEED: 10000 RPM WEIGHT: 1.8 KG WEIGHT: 1.9 KG WEIGHT: 2.7 KG LARGE ANGLE GRINDERS D28135 - 125mm Angle Grinder D28491 - 180mm Angle Grinder D28413 - 180mm Angle Grinder POWER: 1400 W POWER: 2000 W POWER: 2200 W SPEED: 10000 RPM SPEED: 8500 RPM SPEED: 8500 RPM MAX. DISC DIA: 125 MM MAX. DISC DIA.: 180 MM MAX. DISC DIA.: 180 MM WEIGHT: 2.0 KG WEIGHT: 4.6 KG WEIGHT: 4.7 KG D28414 - 230mm Angle Grinder D28495 - 180mm Angle Grinder D28476 - 180mm Angle Grinder POWER: 2200 W POWER: 2400 W POWER: 2700 W SPEED: 6500 RPM SPEED: 8500 RPM SPEED: 8500 RPM MAX. DISC DIA.: 230 MM MAX. DISC DIA.: 180 MM MAX. DISC DIA.:180 MM WEIGHT: 4.7 KG WEIGHT: 5.6 KG WEIGHT: 5.6 KG SANDER POLISHER DIE GRINDER DW849X - 7”/9” Electronic Sander & Polisher D28409 - 180mm Sander DW887 - Heavy Duty Die Grinder POWER: 400W POWER: 1250 W SPEED: 25000 RPM SPEED: 0-600/3500 RPM POWER: 2200 W MAX. DISC DIA.: 180 MM SPEED: 5000 RPM COLLET: 6.35/MIN. SPINDLE THREAD: M14 MAX. DISC DIA.: 180 MM PADDLE SWITCH WITH LOCK-ON WEIGHT: 3 KG WEIGHT: 4.7 KG WEIGHT: 1.2 KG GUARANTEED TOUGH. TM
D28117 Features The electronic variable speed control offers added tool control and enables the tool to be used at optimu m conditions to suit the accessory and material No volt release switch will prevent the unit starting when plugged in, even if the switch is in the on po sition. Switch must be consciously reset before power is delivered Autobalancer reduces vibration resulting in greater comfort Overload protection will prevent the unit over heating by shutting the unit off until the unit has cooled down Torque limiting clutch reduces the maximum torque reaction transmitted to the operator if the cutting dis c jams Dust ejection system removes majority of debris from the air which passes over the motor, preventing abra sion and tracking Anti vibration side handle to improve user comfort New guard design allows guard adjustment without the use of tools, for incresed flexibility Fully leaded stator windings for increased motor durability Pop off brushes protect the armature from damage at the end of brush life resulting in greater motor dura bility Small girth allows comfortable gripping resulting in superior ergonomics The low profile gearcase allows access in confined areas Abrasion protected motor for increased motor durability Anti lock flange prevents flanges from permanently locking up and locking the disc on One piece brush arm prevents brush hang up in extreme conditions Side positioned spindle lock gives greater protection to button when using in confined spaces D28117 Specifications Power Input...
The Intuitive Centrifugal Pump Fast System Integration CP5 easily installs for immediate integration with the Sorin Group S5™ or C5® heart-lung machines. CP5 Main Features The Sorin Group CP5 is an all-in-one centrifugal pump with unique functions that combine maximum perfusion programming flexibility with safety: • Automatic ramp down and ramp up functionality may be individually selected for the following controls: –– Bubble –– Level –– Inlet Pressure –– Outlet Pressure –– Air Purge Control • Remote control of the Electronic Remote Controlled Arterial Clamp (ERC®) • Inlet pressure measurement or calculation • Outlet pressure management • Automatic controlled flow mode • Pulsatile flow mode The programmed functions, allocation of the sensors and accessories and all relevant numeric values (e.g. flow rate) and information are displayed on the control panel with icons and digital data fields. Connect the Drive Unit to the Control Panel… Intuitive Programming, Clear Perfusion Overview The touch screen gives a clear overview of the centrifugal pump activity, including allocated safety devices, alarm status and digital information read out for flow, RPM’s and pressures. Programming of the diverse CP5 parameters is as simple and intuitive as in the S5 and C5 Heart-Lung Machines.
FM RECEIVER CIRCUIT FOR BATTERY SUPPLY DESCRIPTION The SC1088 is a bipolar integrated circuit for use in mono portable and pocket radios. It is used when a minimum of perpheral components (of small dimensions and low costs) is important. The circuit contains a frequency-locked-loop(FLL) system with an intermediate frequency(IF) of about 70kHz. Selectivity is achieved by active RC-filters. De-tuning related to the IF and too weak input signal is suppressed by the mute circuit. FEATURES * Equipped with all stages of a mono receiver from antenna to audio output. * Mute Circuit * Search tuning with a single varicap diode * Mechanical tuning with integrating AFC * AM application supported * Power supply polarity protection * Power supply voltage down to 1.8V SOP-16 APPLICATION 1. Mechanical tuning: This is possible with or without integrated AFC circuit 2. Electrical tuning: This is realized by one directional(band-up) search tuning facility, including RESET to the lower-band limit.
2007 Mazda MX-5 Miata Sport 2007 ENGINE PERFORMANCE Symptom Troubleshooting - MX-5 Miata 2007 ENGINE PERFORMANCE Symptom Troubleshooting - MX-5 Miata SYMPTOM TROUBLESHOOTING WIRING DIAGRAM [LF] Microsoft Thursday, July 09, 2009 2:42:09 PM 2:42:15 Page 1 © 2005 Mitchell Repair Information Company, LLC. 2007 Mazda MX-5 Miata Sport 2007 ENGINE PERFORMANCE Symptom Troubleshooting - MX-5 Miata Fig. 1: Symptom Troubleshooting - Wiring Diagram [LF] (1 Of 2) Courtesy of MAZDA MOTORS CORP. Microsoft Thursday, July 09, 2009 2:42:09 PM Page 2 © 2005 Mitchell Repair Information Company, LLC. 2007 Mazda MX-5 Miata Sport 2007 ENGINE PERFORMANCE Symptom Troubleshooting - MX-5 Miata Fig. 2: Symptom Troubleshooting - Wiring Diagram [LF] (2 Of 2) Microsoft Thursday, July 09, 2009 2:42:09 PM Page 3 © 2005 Mitchell Repair Information Company, LLC. 2007 Mazda MX-5 Miata Sport 2007 ENGINE PERFORMANCE Symptom Troubleshooting - MX-5 Miata Courtesy of MAZDA MOTORS CORP. FOREWORD [LF] When the customer reports a vehicle malfunction, check the malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) indication and diagnostic trouble code (DTC), then diagnose the malfunction according to Fig. 3 : If a DTC exists, diagnose the applicable DTC inspection. (See DTC TABLE [LF] .) If no DTC exists and the MIL does not illuminate or flash, diagnose the applicable symptom troubleshooting. (See QUICK DIAGNOSTIC TABLE [LF] .)
Wired G3 Keypad Test 0200 If your gate opener will work with the remote transmitter, but not with a hard wired keypad, try the follow troubleshooting steps. Make sure that you have good batteries in the back of the keypad and that they are installed correctly observing polarity. Batteries are required to power the keypad even though you have it hard wired to the circuit board in the gate opener. In extreme cold weather, we recommend lithium/alkaline batteries. Try to Power Reset the keypad. Take one of the batteries out of the back of the keypad and allow it to power down for 30 seconds. Power the keypad back up by replacing the battery. The keypad should reset and begin to operate. -1- If the keypad still won’t work, try to reset the programming of the keypad. Once the keypad has been reset, you should be able to use the master code, 1234 to open or close the gate. If resetting the programming did not work, check the wiring from the keypad to the circuit board to ensure that the polarity is correct. The output on the keypad is polarity sensitive, so it will not work if the polarity is not correct. The Out terminal on the keypad should be connected to Cycle on the circuit board. The COM terminal on the keypad should be connected to the COM terminal on the circuit board. -2- If the keypad still won’t work, disconnect the wire from the Out terminal in the back of the keypad and short it to the COM terminal on the back of the keypad. This should activate the gate opener. If shorting the Out wire to the COM on the back of the keypad activates the gate opener, the wire and the gate opener are functioning properly, but there is a problem with the keypad. If shorting the Out wire to the COM on the back of the keypad does not work; then try shorting the Cycle and COM terminals on the circuit board with a jumper wire. This should activate the gate opener.
Keypad quick startup Verify if the 1.6mm Lexan dielectric is well attached on top of the PCB. PCB is provided with a double sided adhesive tape. No air gaps are allowed between PCB and dielectric. Connect the USB cable to the touch keypad Place the touch keypad on a flat surface Hold in place the USB cable with heavy object (book) Connect the USB cable to your laptop or PC The red LED will indicate the keypad is ON Touch over the dielectric in the area marked in white as key 1, 2 etc and observe the LEDs activity. Do not touch the keys from the bottom as you may “eliminate” those keys. To restore keypad functionality unplug and plug the USB cable (hard Reset). Or click Reset if you use Windows Application WA. For how to setup the keypad’s touch parameters see Chapter 6. Important note: Use the keypad only with the ...
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Maxillofacial Fractures and Dental Trauma in a High School Soccer Goalkeeper: A Case Report Jason P. Mihalik*†; Joseph B. Myers†; Timothy C. Sell†; Eric J. Anish† *University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC; †University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA Jason P. Mihalik, CAT(C), ATC, contributed to conception and design; acquisition and analysis and interpretation of the data; and drafting, critical revision, and ﬁnal approval of the article. Joseph B. Myers, PhD, ATC, and Timothy C. Sell, PhD, PT, contributed to conception and design; analysis and interpretation of the data; and drafting, critical revision, and ﬁnal approval of the article. Eric J. Anish, MD, contributed to conception and design; acquisition and analysis and interpretation of the data; and drafting, critical revision, and ﬁnal approval of the article. Address correspondence to Jason P. Mihalik, CAT(C), ATC, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Sports Medicine Research Laboratory, CB #8700, Fetzer Gymnasium South Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27599. Address e-mail to email@example.com. Objective: To present the case of a 17-year-old male soccer goalkeeper who sustained maxillofacial fractures and dental trauma after being struck in the face by an opponent’s knee. Background: Because of the nature of the sport and a lack of protective headgear, soccer players are at risk for sustaining maxillofacial trauma. Facial injuries can complicate the routine management of on-ﬁeld medical emergencies often encountered by certiﬁed athletic trainers. The appropriate management of maxillofacial trauma on the playing ﬁeld may help to reduce both the immediate and long-term morbidity and mortality associated with these injuries. Differential Diagnosis: Lacerated superior labial artery, lacerated upper lip, dental fractures, maxillofacial fractures, orbital blowout fracture, closed head injury, cervical spine injury, cerebrovascular accident. Treatment: The athlete received immediate on-ﬁeld medical care and was subsequently transported to the hospital, where diagnostic testing was performed and further treatment was provided. Hospital inpatient management included dental and plastic surgery. After discharge from the hospital, the athlete...
All participants must read and agree to the Race Rules prior to registering for the event. Please familiarise yourself by reading the official Murray Quad Race Rules. The sport and competition order should allow a fair and comparable competition through common followed rules. Every participant is to be committed to these rules and he/she should appear a decent and sportive attitude throughout the entire event. Having said this, the sport and competition order defines binding rules. These rules are on basis of field tested experience and meaningful procedures without constraining the competition. 1. FUNDAMENTALS 1.1 DEFINITIONS Race marshal, referee and race official are normally used as a synonym. Participant, refers to registered participant actively taking part in the race at a particular time and does not include relay team members not actively participating Race Director = Tim Roadley Event Manager and Organiser are normally used as a synonym. Organiser = Save the Children Australia & Tim Roadley 1.2 PURPOSES AND AIMS Save the Children is committed to providing a safe, fair and inclusive competitive environment and aspires to deliver to World Quadrathlon Federation (WQF) Competition standards wherever possible. 1.3 AFFIXES AND CHANGES a) Affixes and changes could be actioned through the Murray Quadrathlon Organising Committee. b) These affixes and changes will be directly published on the official Murray Quad website www.murrayquad.com.au and registered participants notified via email.