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Subaru Forester setting records - Douglas Automotive

The Honda CR-V hasn’t done it. The Ford Escape, Toyota RAV4 and Hyundai Tucson also have been unable to boost sales this year over last year’s levels. But the Subaru Forester crossover sport utility vehicle, which debuted months ago as an early 2010 model, is setting sales records. In fact, Forester sales in the United States are up 32 percent over 2008 levels to more than 43,000 this year through July. The reason for its appeal? The Forester is a practical, rational purchase in a time of economic uncertainty. Shoppers who want value find the five-door, five-passenger SUV is right-sized — not too big and not too small. With only four-cylinder engines available — with 170to 224-horsepower — it gets decent fuel mileage of at least 19 miles per gallon in city driving. It has the lowest starting retail price — $20,990 with standard all-wheel drive — of any mainstream crossover SUV equipped with all-wheel drive. It earned five out of five stars in government frontal and side crash testing, and the Forester is a recommended buy of Consumer Reports magazine. Factor in that the Forester, which was overhauled as a third-generation model for 2009 and given its arguably best styling ever, offers a nice mix of amenities, and you can see why this people- and cargo-carrying SUV is getting a lot of attention. The $20,990 price is for a base model with manual transmission. The lowest-priced 2010 Forester with automatic is $22,190. Today’s Forester is larger...

Thank you for choosing Prudent Way Universal Notebook AC Power ...

Model: PWI-AC120LC, PWI-AC150LC Table of Contents 1. Major Features ……….……………………………………………………..2 2. Safety & Warning ……………………………………………………….…..2 3. Contents….……….…………………………………………….…………….2 4. Using your Prudent Way Universal Notebook AC Power Adapter…3 5. Product Specification……………………………………………………….5 -1- Prudent Way Universal Notebook & LCD AC Power Adapter User’s Manual Model: PWI-AC120LC, PWI-AC150LC Thank you for choosing Prudent Way Universal Notebook & LCD AC Power Adapter. Please take the time to read all instructions in this user manual carefully before using the Adapter. Please note that failure to follow the proper instructions may cause fire, electric shock, injury, or damage to electronic devices. We sincerely hope that you find this quality Adapter provides you with many years of good service. 1. Major Features • • • • • • 100-240V AC input provides worldwide power conversion capability. Adjustable 12-24V output design fits specific notebook models and LCD needs. 12 pieces of tip connector for use with most major notebook brands such as IBM, Dell, Toshiba, Compaq, Asus, Acer, HP, Sony and More 1 . Extra USB port built in for iPODs, PDAs, Cell Phones, MP3 Players and more1. RoHS compliancy is friendly to environment. High efficiency & full power protection. 2. Safety & Warning Please read the following information carefully before using the power adapter! ! ! This power adapter is for indoor use only. This power adapter is for use with information technology equipment. DO NOT disassemble this Adapter. There are HAZARDOUS VOLTAGES inside the power adapter. Disassembling the Adapter may expose you to high voltage or other risks. Incorrectly reassembly may cause electronic shock the next time when the device is used. Warranty will be voided by doing so. DO NOT expose the Adapter and related information technology equipment to water or moist, dusty or extreme temperature environment such as direct sunlight, heat sensitive material or any heat generated sources such as a radiator, stove, or car. DO NOT block the ventilation. The ventilation is designed to protect the Adapter from overheating. DO NOT place the Adapter in a built-in installation, or on a surface such as a bed, sofa, or rug. DO NOT use wet hands to plug or unplug the power cord to avoid electric shock. DO follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product. DO grab the plug instead of cord when you remove the power cord from the wall outlet. DO remove any power sources from this Adapter before attempting any cleaning to avoid electrical shock. Use a dry cloth only. DO place the power cable properly so it will not be steeped on or tripped over. DO unplug the Adapter and contact the dealer from which it was purchased when: o The Adapter is damaged. o The Adapter does not perform properly. o The Adapter has been exposed to water.

Thank you for choosing Prudent Way Universal Notebook AC Power ...

Prudent Way Universal Notebook and LCD Ultra Slim AC Power Adapter User’s Manual Model: PWI-AC90SC Thank you for choosing Prudent Way Universal Notebook & LCD Ultra Slime AC Power Adapter. Please take the time to read all instructions in this user manual carefully before using the Adapter. Please note that failure to follow the proper instructions may cause fire, electric shock, injury, or damage to electronic devices. We sincerely hope that you find this quality Adapter provides you with many years of good service. 1. Major Features • • • • • • 100-240V AC input provides worldwide power conversion capability. Adjustable 12-24V output design fits specific notebook models and LCDs needs. 13 tip connectors for use with most major LCD and notebook brands such as IBM, Dell, Toshiba, Compaq, Asus, Acer, HP, Sony and More 1 . Extra USB port built in for PDAs, Cell Phones, MP3 Players and more. RoHS compliancy is environment friendly. High efficiency & full power protection. 2. Safety & Warning Please read the following information carefully before using the power adapter! ! ! This power adapter is for indoor use only. This power adapter is for use with information technology equipment. DO NOT disassemble this Adapter. There are HAZARDOUS VOLTAGES inside the power adapter. Disassembling the Adapter may expose you to high voltage or other risks. Incorrect reassembly may cause electronic shock the next time the device is used. Warranty will be voided by doing so. DO NOT expose the Adapter and related information technology equipment to water or moist, dusty or extreme temperature environment such as direct sunlight, heat sensitive material or any heat generated sources such as a radiator, stove, or car. DO NOT block the ventilation. The ventilation is designed to protect the Adapter from overheating. DO NOT place the Adapter in a built-in installation, or on a surface such as a bed, sofa, or rug. DO NOT use wet hands to plug or unplug the ...

US Energy Efficiency Standards for External Power Supplies - CUI Inc

The purpose of this product training presentation is to explain the US energy efficiency regulations for external power supplies. Objectives  To understand the efficiency criteria required for Energy Star, the international efficiency marking protocol, EISA 2007, and the CEC.  To present CUI’s V-Infinity power product line of external power supplies that meet these standards. Content: 18 pages Learning Time: 20 minutes © 2012 CUI Inc Why does energy efficiency matter? The EPA has identified a large opportunity for energy savings with external power supplies in the US. Many current designs are 50 to 70% efficient, however 90%+ is achievable.  Estimated savings of 32 billion kWh/year  Displace the output of seven large power plants  Cut the national energy bill by $2.5 billion/year  Reduce carbon dioxide emissions by more than 24 million tons/year To decelerate climate change And reducing energy use Must decrease air pollution By using fewer power plants © 2012 CUI Inc How are external power supplies defined? External Power Supply (EPS):  Designed to convert line voltage ac input into lower voltage ac or dc output  Able to convert to only one output voltage at a time  Sold with, or intended to be used with, a separate end-use product that constitutes the primary load  Contained in a separate physical enclosure (product housing) from the end-use product © 2012 CUI Inc How are external power supplies defined? (continued) External Power Supply (EPS):  Connected to the end-use product via a removable or hard-wired male/female electrical connection, cable, cord, or other wiring  Does not have batteries or battery packs that physically attach directly (including those that are removable) to the power supply unit  Does not have a battery chemistry or type selector switch AND an indicator light or state of charge meter (e.g. a product with a type selector switch AND a state of charge meter is excluded from this specification; a product with only an indicator light is still covered by this specification)...

Genetic Toxicology Biochemistry - University of Pennsylvania ...

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH Provide the following information for the key personnel and other significant contributors in the order listed on Form Page 2. Follow this format for each person. DO NOT EXCEED FOUR PAGES. NAME POSITION TITLE STEPHEN W. TUTTLE Sr. Research Investigator eRA COMMONS USER NAME TUTTLE EDUCATION/TRAINING (Begin with baccalaureate or other initial professional education, such as nursing, and include postdoctoral training.) INSTITUTION AND LOCATION DEGREE (if applicable) YEAR(s) B.S. M.S. Ph.D. 1979 1986 1996 Muskingum College, New Concord, OH Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA FIELD OF STUDY Biology Genetic Toxicology Biochemistry A. Positions and Honors. Academic Appointments at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH 1980 - 1982 1983 - 1983 1984 - 1986 Research Assistant I Dept. of Radiology, Div. of Biochemical and Radiation Oncology Research Assistant II Dept. of Radiology, Div. of Biochemical and Radiation Oncology Research Assistant III Dept. of Radiology, Div. of Biochemical and Radiation Oncology Academic Appointments at The University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 1986 -1992 1992-1996 1996-1997 1997 -2000 2001-2006 Research Specialist IV Dept. of Radiation Oncology, Div. of Oncology Research Doctoral Candidate Department of Biochemistry, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Post-Doctoral Fellow Cancer Center University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Post-Doctoral Fellow Dept. of Radiation Oncology, Div. of Oncology Research Sr. Research Investigator Dept. of Radiation Oncology, Div. of Oncology Research Other Experience and Profession Memberships 20072005 2007 2007 Honors 1977-1979 1986 1988 1990 1992 1995 1995...

Fireplace Remote Controls

The Skytech AF-LMF/RD gas valve kit was developed to provide safe, reliable, user-friendly control for gas heating appliances. This safety pilot kit was designed to be used with 18 to 30-inch gas logs sets. The AF-LMF/RD features manual On/Off gas valve with solenoid and a backlit LCD touch screen remote control with On/Off function. It includes a complete pilot assembly with 30-millivolt thermocouple, On/Off remote control, damper clamp, and all connectors for the main burner and pilot. The kit is for use with natural gas (NG) vented logs. An optional LP conversion kit is available and sold separately.

6 Popular Wood Privacy Fence Types

Wooden Fences are the primary choice for home and business owners looking to create an element of privacy at an affordable price. Texsun Fence is a full service fence company offering wood fence and gate installation. We remove, install and repair residential and commercial wooden fencing in the greater Houston area. Visit: http://www.texsunfence.com

6 Popular Wood Privacy Fence Types

Wooden Fences are the primary choice for home and business owners looking to create an element of privacy at an affordable price. Texsun Fence is a full service fence company offering wood fence and gate installation. We remove, install and repair residential and commercial wooden fencing in the greater Houston area. Visit: http://www.texsunfence.com

Omron Health Management Software Ver 1.3 User's Help ... - Fonq.nl

Before Using the Software • Use this software and Help Manual under conditions described on the License Agreement applicable to this product. • It is prohibited to use or copy all or part of this software and Help Manual without prior permission from Omron Healthcare Co., Ltd. • The specifications of this software and the descriptions in this Help Manual are subject to change without prior notice. • The screen images printed in this Help Manual may slightly differ from the images displayed by the software. • Microsoft, Windows, Internet Explorer, Access, and Excel are registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. • Adobe, Adobe logo, Acrobat and Reader are registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and other countries. • Other company names and product names used in this Help Manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of the respective companies. Trademark and registered trademark symbols such as ® and TM are omitted in this Help Manual. • In this Help Manual, the Microsoft Windows 7 Operating System is abbreviated to “Windows 7”, the Microsoft Windows Vista Operating System is abbreviated to “Windows Vista”, the Microsoft Windows XP Operating System is abbreviated to “Windows XP”, and the Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional Operating System is abbreviated to “Windows 2000”. Also, Microsoft Internet Explorer is abbreviated to “Internet Explorer”, and Microsoft Excel is abbreviated to “Excel”.

Blood Pressure Data Management Screen

Before Using the Software Important Information • Use this software and Help Manual under conditions described on the License Agreements applicable to this product. • It is prohibited to use or copy all or part of this software and Help Manual without prior permission from Omron Healthcare Co.,Ltd. • The specifications of this software and the descriptions in this Help Manual are subject to change without prior notice. • The screen images printed in this Help Manual may slightly differ from the images displayed by the software. • Microsoft, Windows, Internet Explorer, Access, and Excel are registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. • Adobe, Adobe logo, Acrobat and Reader are registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and other countries. • Other company names and product names used in this Help Manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of the respective companies. Trademark and registered trademark symbols such as ® and TM are omitted in this Help Manual. • In this Help Manual, the Microsoft Windows XP Operating System is abbreviated to “Windows XP”, and the Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional Operating System is abbreviated to “Windows 2000”. Also, Microsoft Internet Explorer is abbreviated to “Internet Explorer”, and...

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