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Job Description Senior Electronics Designer Role: To design analog, digital and power electronics circuits and devices To provide senior level technical leadership, on electronics designs Responsibilities: Create state of the art analog, digital and power electronics solutions Lead the development of electronic and power electronics products to include; circuitry and firmware from concept through to manufacture; as per defined specifications Plan and execute design verification and validation activities Develop specifications for new products Supervise the preparation of technical and regulatory documentation Participate in design reviews, project meetings, and time/cost budgeting Manage project schedules and deadlines Keep abreast of the latest technology and trends in the electronics industry Education and Experience: Bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering, Master’s degree is preferred 10+ years electronics design experience Extensive work experience designing analog, digital and power electronic devices Extensive work experience in microcontroller systems, FPGA and firmware designs Strong organizational, analytical, and problem solving skills required Results oriented, self-motivated, and able to work with minimal supervision
EE122 - Introduction to Electronic Circuit Design Prof. Greg Kovacs with Amy Droitcour and Bob Ricks Department of Electrical Engineering Stanford University About EE122 • “Curiosity-driven” laboratories with a flexible structure. • A team-based approach to learning. • Practical, rather than theory-driven content. • Preparation for laboratories will involve team research and analysis, rather then lengthy write-ups. • An informal lab-book-based approach to taking data. • No formal examinations (midterms or final), with grading based on laboratory notebooks, teamwork, and final project. • Final project with a full three weeks provided for design and construction. • Final demos given by each team to the entire class. EE122, Stanford University, Prof. Greg Kovacs 2 An introduction to gEEk culture. EE122, Stanford University, Prof. Greg Kovacs 3 EE122 Course Goals • Analog circuit design knowledge. • Introduction to sensors. • Working knowledge of interface electronics (to the “real world”). • Developing circuit design intuition. • Experience with teamwork in experimentation, documentation and design. EE122, Stanford University, Prof. Greg Kovacs 4 Basic Things You Have to Handle • Know how to use Excel (how to enter data and how to make plots). • Know how to use Word (including importing graphics) and how to generate PDF files. • Find a form of SPICE that you are comfortable with (B2Spice, PSPICE, HSPICE, or whatever). TA’s will help. • Get a copy of Horowitz and Hill, “The Art of Electronics.” EE122, Stanford University, Prof. Greg Kovacs
State of Washington Department of Revenue DO NOT SEND TO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE Reset This Form Farmers' Certificate for Wholesale Purchases and Sales Tax Exemptions Do not use this certificate for purchases that are exempt from sales tax under the livestock nutrient management exemption (RCW 82.08.890) or the replacement parts and services exemption for farm machinery and equipment (RCW 82.08.855). Persons entitled to these exemptions must apply for and use an exemption certificate issued by the Department. Wholesale Purchases (see page 3 for explanations) 1. Chemical sprays or washes for the post-harvest treatment of fruit. 2. Feed, seed, seedlings, fertilizer, spray materials (pesticides), or agents for enhanced pollination. 3. Tangible personal property for resale without intervening use. Retail Sales Tax Exemptions (check applicable box) (see page 3 for explanations) 1. Farm equipment purchased by nonresident farmer. Place of residence: Proof of residence: Equipment for use in a farming activity (include brand, model, and address of use) 2. Livestock for breeding purposes/cattle and dairy cows used to produce an agriculture product. Animal type: Registered breed association: Animal name or identification number: 3. Animal pharmaceuticals. 4. Chicken farming. a. Propane or natural gas used to heat structures used to house chickens. b. Bedding materials used to accumulate and facilitate the removal of chicken manure. c. Poultry used in the production or sale of poultry products. 5. Purchases of propane or natural gas by farmers to be used exclusively for distilling mint on a farm. 6. Diesel, biodiesel, or aircraft fuel used by a farmer or a horticultural service provider for farmers. 7. Agricultural Employee Housing. Items purchased: The retail sales tax exemption is available for these items: Constructing, repairing, decorating, or improving new or existing buildings or structures used as agricultural employee housing, Tangible personal property that becomes an ingredient or component of a building or structure used as agricultural employee housing during the course of the construction, repairing, decorating, or improving. Is the agricultural employee housing being built on agricultural land? Yes No If yes, please provide parcel number: Next page REV 27 0036 (7-24-13)
Form ST-5C Contractor’s Sales Tax Exempt Purchase Certificate Rev. 11/10 Massachusetts Department of Revenue Part A. To be completed by governmental body, agency or IRC Section 501(c)(3) certified exempt organization Exempt number Contract number E – – Name of exempt organization Authorizing signature Date Part B. To be completed by purchasing contractor or subcontractor claiming exemption under MGL Ch. 64H, sec. 6(d), (e), (f) or (tt) Purchaser ( contractor subcontractor) Address Date Contract/subcontract number Vendor registration number (if applicable) Contract/subcontract date Estimated date of completion Part C. To be completed by purchasing contractor or subcontractor claiming exemption. See instructions. I claim the exemption corresponding to the box checked below, and certify as follows (check appropriate box below): 1. Exemption under MGL Ch. 64H, sec. 6(d) or (e): Contractor as Agent of Exempt Entity. I certify that the purchaser is a contractor or subcontractor engaged in the performance of the above described contract and that the purchaser is acting as an agent of one the entities described below (check appropriate box) in purchasing tangible personal property (other than building materials and supplies described in MGL Ch. 64H, sec. 6(f)): Governmental body or agency described in MGL Ch. 64H, sec. 6(d) (local public school, city/town government, state agency, etc.). Attach Form ST-2, Certificate of Exemption. If Form ST-2 is not available, enter agency’s exemption number. Tax exempt organization (under IRC Section 501(c)(3)) as described in MGL Ch. 64H, sec. 6(e) (parochial school, Scout troop, PTO, etc.). Attach Form ST-2, Certificate of Exemption. To the best of my knowledge and belief, the quantities of tangible personal property noted on the reverse side are exempt from the sales/use tax under the provisions of MGL Ch. 64 H, sec. 6(d) or (e) as they are purchased by a purchaser acting as an agent for either a Massachusetts governmental body or for a tax-exempt organization under IRC section 501(c)(3). 2. Exemption under MGL Ch. 64H, sec. 6(f): Building Materials and Supplies. I certify that the purchaser is a contractor or subcontractor engaged in the performance of a contract for the construction, reconstruction, alteration, remodeling or repair of a building or structure for a governmental body or agency or for a certified IRC Section 501(c)(3) exempt organization or other project described in MGL Ch. 64H, sec. 6(f). To the best of my knowledge and belief, the described quantities of building materials and supplies noted on the reverse side are exempt from sales/use tax under the provisions of MGL Ch. 64H, sec. 6(f), and the described quantities of these materials and supplies are being purchased for use exclusively in the above contract. 3. Exemption under MGL Ch. 64H, sec. 6(tt): Consulting/Operating Contractor as Agent of Governmental Entity. I certify that the purchaser is a consulting or operating contractor or subcontractor as defined in MGL Ch. 64H, sec. 6(tt) and that the purchaser is authorized and acting as an agent of, and providing “qualified services,” as defined in MGL Ch. 64H, sec. 6(tt), to a governmental body or agency described in MGL Ch. 64H, sec. 6(d). Attach Form ST-2. If Form ST-2 is not available, enter agency’s exemption number. To the best of my knowledge and belief, the quantities of tangible personal property noted on the reverse side are exempt from the sales/use tax under the provisions of MGL Ch. 64 H, sec. 6(tt). The purchaser has been authorized under the above contract by a governmental body. Regardless of the exemption claimed, I will maintain adequate records to show the disposition of all property purchased under this certificate. I understand that I am fully liable for the payment of any sales/use tax due in the event that the property purchased under this certificate is used in a non-exempt manner. Signed under the penalties of perjury.
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TOYOTA SCION YARIS – xD 2006 2008 - AIR FILTER Section I – Installation Preparation Part Number: PTR05-52070 Color Applicability/Trim Level Accessory Color Kit Contents Quantity Reqd. 1 1 1 Description Performance Air Filter Warning Label Cleaning & Oiling Instructions Vehicle/Trim Color N/A Additional Items Required For Installation Item # 1 Quantity Reqd. Description General Applicability YARIS: 2006 → SCION xD: 2008 → Conflicts PPO Code None Description N/A Recommended Sequence of Application Item # PPO Code None Recommended Tools Safety Tools Safety Glasses Vehicle Protection Legend STOP Blankets Installation Tools None Special Chemicals Toyota Approved Cleaner 08/01/07 Accessory N/A *Mandatory or Goggles Special Tools Issue: A N/A Item # 1 2 3 3MTM Prep Solvent-70 (DIO) VDC Approved Cleaner (PPO) Page 1 of 4 STOP: Damage to the vehicle may occur. Do not proceed until process has been complied with. OPERATOR SAFETY: Use caution to avoid risk of injury CRITICAL PROCESS: Proceed with caution to ensure a quality installation. These points will be audited on a completed vehicle installation GENERAL PROCESS: This highlights specific processes to ensure a quality installation. These points will be audited during the accessory installation TOOLS & EQUIPMENT: This calls out the specific tools and equipment required for this process TOYOTA SCION YARIS xD 2006 2008 - AIR FILTER Section II – Installation Procedure A. Check Box Contents 1. Check box for contents and/or damage. B. Vehicle Preparation STOP 1. Use blankets to protect the front grille and driver-side front fender area. Unlatch two clips C. Removal Procedure: OE Air Filter – 2008 Scion xD Shown 1. Remove the factory air filter. i. Unlatch two air filter housing clips. (Fig. C1)
Subaru Impreza WRX (2008-2011) Subaru Impreza (2008-2011) Subaru Forester (2009-2011) DG-72-04-G3 PLEASE READ COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE INSTALLING THIS VSM G3 All instructions assume a drivers seat vantage point. Caution is advised when removing and reassembling wood or plastic parts of a dash. Applying unnecessary force or pressure may cause a piece to crack or break. When properly installed, the metal between the ball and 2 small holes is all that is exposed. (Some exceptions apply). TOOLS REQUIRED: Dash Trim Removal Tool (DTRT), 5/64” bit and drill, Phillips screwdriver, marking pen PARTS INCLUDED: VSM G3, A Plate, J Stem, two (2) #8 1/2” screws LOCATION: Right of Radio Step 1: With the DTRT insert and pry trim bezel out beginning at lower right corner. Continue around trim and release all eleven (11) clips. Note the clips are very tight, so use caution when applying extra effort. This installation allows for slight variations up and down in mounting position. See arrows marked on Photo 2. Step 2: Place the VSM G3 in the mounting location and mark the desired position. Using a utility knife or file, trim away the rib so the mount sits flush. Using the G3 as a guide, mark the location of two (2) screw holes. Set G3 aside. Drill two (2) pilot holes at the marked location using a 5/64” drill bit and drill. Align the VSM G3 over the pilot holes, insert two (2) # 8 x 1/2” screws and tighten.
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