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Owner's Manual - Northern Tool + Equipment

Instructions for Installation/Set-up, Operation, Servicing, & Storage Portable, Outdoor Use-Only, Gasoline Generator 166114 - 7250 Watt Continuous (9000 Watt Surge) Capacity Can be used to power individual appliances plugged directly into the generator’s outlets, or as a back-up connection to a building’s power supply (via a professionally installed UL-approved transfer switch. WARNING READ and UNDERSTAND this manual completely before using the generator! Failure to properly set up, operate, and maintain this generator could result in serious injury or death from carbon monoxide poisoning, electric shock, fire/explosion, or burns. In particular, be aware of the following hazards: CO Poisoning Generators give off carbon monoxide, a poisonous gas that can kill you. You CANNOT smell it, see it, or taste it.  ONLY run generator OUTDOORS and AWAY from building air intakes. NEVER run generator inside any enclosed or semi-enclosed spaces, including homes, basements, garages, sheds, boxes, RVs, boats or pick-up truck beds. These spaces can trap poisonous gases, EVEN if you run a fan or open windows.  Install carbon monoxide alarms inside nearby structures/buildings (battery-operated, or plug-in with battery backup). Electric shock / Electrocution  High voltage electricity from generator can kill. DO NOT operate in wet locations. Be sure generator is properly grounded. Use only UL-listed, outdoor-rated grounded extension cords of proper size.  NEVER plug the generator directly into a wall outlet. ANY connection to a building’s electrical system MUST ISOLATE THE GENERATOR FROM UTILITY POWER via a UL-approved transfer switch installed by a licensed electrician. Otherwise, back feed from the generator into the power grid could kill utility workers. ...

RGV12000 / 13000T GENERATOR SERVICE MANUAL

NOTE This Service Manual excludes information for engine. As for the total servicing information as a generator set, please refer in conjunction with the Robin EH63-65 OHV Engine Service Manual. SPECIFICATIONS Model RGV12000 Brush, Self-exciting, 2-pole, Single phase Type RGV13OOOT Brush, Self-exciting, 2-pole, 3-phase 60Hz Rated frequency 8 Rated voltage E Q, Maximum output 2 . Rated output 12OV I 240V 12OV I 208V 12OOOVA 13OOOVA 1OOOOVA 1OOOOVA Power factor 1.0 0.8 A.V.R type C.T. type EH65D EH63D Voltage regulator Model V-Twin cylinder, Air-cooled, 4-stroke, Overhead valve engine Type Displacement E z 653 cm3 Maximum output 22 HP/ 3600 rpm 18 HP/ 3600 rpm W Fuel Unleaded automobile gasoline I‘Oil capacity 1.55 liters Starting system Electric starter Fuel tank capacity 43liters (21.5liters x 2) Rated continuous operation per a tankful of fuel 314 Rated Approx. 8.8 hours Approx. 9.5 hours Rated Approx. 8.0 hours Approx. 8.7 hours Noise level Rated (dB-7m) 77.0 dB 77.0 dB 5 & g .n Large 820 mm Width 605 mm (752 mm *I) High 760 mm (845 mm ‘I) Dry weight 141 kg (149 kg ‘2) ‘1: ( ) shows dimensions with castors. ‘2: ( ) shows dry weight with castors installed. -l- 143 kg (151 kg l *) 2. PERFORMANCE CURVES l RGV12000 / 60Hz (9.5 KW240V) (Hz) 63 HZ 62 61 .I1 60 ------------------------------------------ ,--\ (VI 250 (125) 24OVl12OV 240 (120) 230 (115) 220 I/~~~~~~~~~ (110) 112 4/4 Load Rated . RGV13000T / 60Hz (12OW208V) (Hz) 63 62 61 60 230 T 208V 220 t l/2 -2- 414 Load 0 Rated

Cisco CRS-1 8-Slot Single-Shelf System

powered by Cisco IOS XR Software – a unique self-healing, distributed operating system designed for always-on operation while scaling system capacity up to 92 Tbps. The innovative system architecture combines the Cisco Silicon Packet Processor, the first programmable 40Gbps application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC), with the Cisco Service Separation Architecture for unprecedented service flexibility and speed to service. The Cisco CRS-1 marks a new era in carrier IP Communications by powering the foundation for network and service convergence today while protecting investments for decades to come. This data sheet provides detailed product specifications for the Cisco CRS-1 8-Slot Single-Shelf System. For more information about the Cisco CRS-1 or other interfaces available on the Cisco CRS-1, visit: http://www.cisco.com/go/crs. Features and Functions IP Features ● Control-plane packet handling ● IPv4 host services ● IPv4 unicast forwarding ● IPv4 equal-cost multipath (ECMP) ● IPv6 host services ● IPv6 forwarding services ● IPv6 ECMP Forwarding Features ● Access control lists (ACLs) ● Quality of service (QoS) and class of service (CoS) using Modular QoS CLI (MQC) ● IP packet classification and marking ● Queuing – Both ingress and egress ● Policing (both ingress and egress) ● Diagnostic and network-management support Routing Features ● Multiprotocol BGP Version 4 (MP-BGP v4) ● OSPFv2 ● OSPFv3 ● IS-IS ● Static routes ● Routing Policy Language (RPL) IPv4 Multicast Features ● Dynamic registration using IGMP © 2004, 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public Information.

Printing from the Epson 3800 (PDF) - Art and Design

How to Print on the Epson Stylus Pro 3800 from Adobe InDesign CS5 Last modified 04/14/11 1. Select your paper size. a. Click the Setup tab (left-¬‐hand side of the menu). b. Set the paper size you are using. Make sure to select the proper tray! Selecting just the paper type (i.e. US Letter) will print from the normal tray. Selecting ‘Manual Tray’ (i.e. US Letter – Manual’) will print form the very back tray (should only be used for fine art or very thick papers like cardboard, cardstock is OK out of the normal tray). c. You can also set the paper size or custom paper size from the ‘Page Setup’ menu in the bottom left corner. d. (Optional based on your print): Scale the image to 100%, select “Constrain Proportions” and set the “Page Position” to “Centered.” Or ‘Scale to Fit,’ but this option may stretch/compact your image! 2. Select the General tab on the menu sidebar. a. Print one page at a time by selecting “Range.” 3. Select the Color Management tab. a. Next to “Printer Profile” select the proper paper profile for your paper! This must be set for proper results! Use the chart to the left of the printer for paper types and corresponding profile name. If you are unsure use “Pro38 EMP.” 4. Click the “Printer…” button at the bottom of the window. 5. Select “Printer Settings” from the dropdown menu. a. Set the media type (paper) you are using. This should correspond to the paper profile you selected in step 3. If you are unsure use ‘Enhanced Matte Paper’ b. Set the “Color Mode” to off. c. Set the output resolution to 720 dpi, 1440 dpi, or 2880 dpi depending on paper and image quality. For text heavy documents use a lower dpi, for high resolution images/graphics on a quality (i.e. thicker) paper use a higher dpi. 6. Load your paper and adjust the gray slider securely next to the paper. Select “Print” to print your document Note: This printer will print the top of your document first, face up on the paper (i.e. it will print on the side of the paper facing you).

Printing from the Epson 3800 (PDF) - Art and Design

How to Print on the Epson Stylus Pro 3800 from Adobe InDesign CS5 Last modified 04/14/11 1. Select your paper size. a. Click the Setup tab (left-¬‐hand side of the menu). b. Set the paper size you are using. Make sure to select the proper tray! Selecting just the paper type (i.e. US Letter) will print from the normal tray. Selecting ‘Manual Tray’ (i.e. US Letter – Manual’) will print form the very back tray (should only be used for fine art or very thick papers like cardboard, cardstock is OK out of the normal tray). c. You can also set the paper size or custom paper size from the ‘Page Setup’ menu in the bottom left corner. d. (Optional based on your print): Scale the image to 100%, select “Constrain Proportions” and set the “Page Position” to “Centered.” Or ‘Scale to Fit,’ but this option may stretch/compact your image! 2. Select the General tab on the menu sidebar. a. Print one page at a time by selecting “Range.” 3. Select the Color Management tab. a. Next to “Printer Profile” select the proper paper profile for your paper! This must be set for proper results! Use the chart to the left of the printer for paper types and corresponding profile name. If you are unsure use “Pro38 EMP.” 4. Click the “Printer…” button at the bottom of the window. 5. Select “Printer Settings” from the dropdown menu. a. Set the media type (paper) you are using. This should correspond to the paper profile you selected in step 3. If you are unsure use ‘Enhanced Matte Paper’ b. Set the “Color Mode” to off. c. Set the output resolution to 720 dpi, 1440 dpi, or 2880 dpi depending on paper and image quality. For text heavy documents use a lower dpi, for high resolution images/graphics on a quality (i.e. thicker) paper use a higher dpi. 6. Load your paper and adjust the gray slider securely next to the paper. Select “Print” to print your document Note: This printer will print the top of your document first, face up on the paper (i.e. it will print on the side of the paper facing you).

Improving the Cooling Efficiency of Carbon-Ceramic-Brakes

What are Carbon-Ceramics and how they differ from other brake disc materials? Where are Carbon-Ceramic-Brakes used? What are the advantages and disadvantages of Carbon-Ceramic-Brakes? How can the disadvantage of lower heat capacity be overcome? How to manufacture complex vane geometries coping with lower heat capacity? Improving the Cooling Efficiency of Carbon-Ceramic-Brakes Increase in weight and performance challenge brake development mproving the Cooling Efficiency of Carbon-Ceramic-Brakes Carbon-Ceramics offer outstanding material properties Density ρ Specific heat capacity cp Carbon Improving the Cooling Efficiency of Carbon-Ceramic-Brakes Material properties of Carbon-Ceramics Improving the Cooling Efficiency of Carbon-Ceramic-Brakes Improving the Cooling Efficiency of Carbon-Ceramic-Brakes...

IBM System x3650 M4 - IBM Redbooks
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IBM Redbooks Product Guide The IBM® System x3650 M4 server provides outstanding performance for your business-critical applications. Its energy-efficient design supports more cores, memory, and data capacity in a scalable 2U package that is easy to service and manage. With more computing power per watt and the latest Intel Xeon processors, you can reduce costs while maintaining speed and availability. Suggested use: database, virtualization, enterprise applications, collaboration/email, streaming media, web, HPC, Microsoft RemoteFX, and cloud applications. Figure 1 shows the IBM System x3650 M4. Did you know? The x3650 M4 offers a flexible, scalable design and simple upgrade path to 16 hard-disk drives (HDDs) or solid-state drives (SSDs) plus optical and tape drives at the same time, with up to six PCIe Gen 3 slots and up to 768 GB of memory. This flexible onboard Ethernet solution provides four standard embedded Gigabit Ethernet ports and two optional embedded 10 Gb Ethernet ports without occupying PCIe slots. Comprehensive systems management tools with the next-generation Integrated Management Module II (IMM2) make it easy to deploy, integrate, service, and manage. Key features The x3650 M4 is an outstanding 2U two-socket business-critical server, offering improved performance and pay-as-you grow flexibility along with new features that improve server management capability. This powerful system is designed for your most important business applications and cloud deployments. Combining balanced performance and flexibility, the x3650 M4 is a great choice for small and medium businesses up to the large enterprise. It can provide outstanding uptime to keep business-critical applications and cloud deployments running safely. Ease of use and comprehensive systems management tools make it easy to deploy. Outstanding RAS and high-efficiency design improve your business environment and help save operational costs. Scalability and performance The x3650 M4 offers numerous features to boost performance, improve scalability, and reduce costs: Key features The x3650 M4 is an outstanding 2U two-socket business-critical server, offering improved performance and pay-as-you grow flexibility along with new features that improve server management capability. This ...

IBM Power 720 Express server
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Like many companies, you may be facing the challenge of an overly complex IT environment. As your business grows, your computing needs increase. Implementing and managing new applications can mean adding more servers, which increases spending and staffing requirements. Now more than ever, you need a system that can help you become more responsive to your customers, improve productivity, operate without interruption and secure your data and systems—all without making large upfront investments in time, skills or money. You need a business system that is there when you need it and grows with your business. As a distributed application server, the IBM Power® 720 Express is designed with capabilities to deliver leading-edge application availability and enable more work to be processed with less operational disruption for branch office and in-store applications. As a consolidation server, PowerVM™ Editions provide the flexibility to use leadingedge AIX®, IBM i, Linux for Power and x86 Linux applications and offer comprehensive virtualization technologies designed to aggregate and manage resources while helping to simplify and optimize your IT infrastructure and deliver one of the most cost-efficient solutions for UNIX, IBM i and Linux deployments. The Power 720 Express with IBM i provides a technology foundation with proven reliability and security for the small or midsized company seeking a complete, integrated business system to avoid increased spending and staffing requirements while becoming more responsive to your customers, improving productivity and keeping data secure. IBM i integrates features to simplify your IT environment and delivers a complete, cost-effective business system that can grow with a business and the Power 720 delivers the performance and capacity to run new and existing core business applications on a single server, to greatly integrate and simplify your IT environment.

NoSQL Database Technology - ODBMS.org

Interactive software (software with which a person iteratively interacts in real time) has changed in fundamental ways over the last 35 years. The “online” systems of the 1970s have, through a series of intermediate transformations, evolved into today’s web and mobile applications. These systems solve new problems for potentially vastly larger user populations, and they execute atop a computing infrastructure that has changed even more radically over the years. The architecture of these software systems has likewise transformed. A modern web application can support millions of concurrent users by spreading load across a collection of application servers behind a load balancer. Changes in application behavior can be rolled out incrementally without requiring application downtime by gradually replacing the software on individual servers. Adjustments to application capacity are easily made by changing the number of application servers. But database technology has not kept pace. Relational database technology, invented in the 1970s and still in widespread use today, was optimized for the applications, users and infrastructure of that era. In some regards, it is the last domino to fall in the inevitable march toward a fully-distributed software architecture. While a number of band aids have extended the useful life of the technology (horizontal and vertical sharding, distributed caching and data denormalization), these tactics nullify key benefits of the relational model while increasing total system cost and complexity. In response to the lack of commercially available alternatives, organizations such as Google and Amazon were, out of necessity, forced to invent new approaches to data management. These “NoSQL” or non-relational database technologies are a better match for the needs of modern interactive software systems. But not every company can or should develop, maintain and support its own database technology. Building upon the pioneering research at these and other leading-edge organizations, commercial suppliers of NoSQL database technology have emerged to offer database technology purpose-built to enable the cost-effective management of data behind modern web and mobile applications.

Small steps into Oracle NoSQL Database - Catalyst IT Services

The growth of the internet has created a mismatch between the capacity and scalability of web applications and that of data management systems. A variety of technologies, known collectively as “NoSQL,” have arisen to address this problem. While encompassing fundamentally different solutions, NoSQL databases share two characteristics; they don’t require relational data schemas, and they are designed to run on clusters. To demonstrate that the flexibility and scalability of NoSQL technology could be integrated into an existing web application designed to use a traditional relational database, Catalyst IT Services converted an application designed to run against an Oracle RDBMS 11g Database to use both the RDBMS database and an Oracle NoSQL Database. Today, web applications support user populations numbering in the tens of thousands to the hundreds of millions, and an application that supports only a few thousand users is the exception. Not only that, but there has been an explosion of data in the social media, business, and scientific worlds; data is growing at more than 50 percent per year, and doubling every two years.1 The question is how companies can use this change to their benefit. Innovations in disk technology, network bandwidth capacity, and computing power have helped create the infrastructure required to support this change, but data management technology has lagged behind. While conventional RDBMS are good at supporting complex relational data with consistency, with large numbers of reads and/or writes, or large quantities of data, RDBM systems can be strained in terms of scalability. For companies that are having issues with scalability and are invested in an RDBMS, it can seem like their only options to improve their systems’ performance are problematic for one reason or another: improving hardware is expensive and there is a limit to how much it can be improved, a shared disk cluster is costly and can be hard to implement, sharding can introduce major complexities, and other options can be equally problematic.2 Fortunately there is a new option: using an Oracle NoSQL Database.

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