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© 2012 IBM Corporation Java 7 is optionally supported by the product. In fact, the product supports several different Software Development Kits or SDKs. Extensions in WebSphere Application Server version 8.0 provided support for selecting a Java SDK by bit architecture at any time. The z/OS platform allows selection of 31 or 64 bit SDKs. The IBM i platform allows selection of 32 or 64 bit SDKs. However, the distributed platform only allows the bit architecture to be selected during installation of the product and not at any point after that. Once the bit architecture choice has been made, only those SDKs that support that bit architecture are available for selection. WebSphere Application Server version 8.5 adds Java version selection to the choice and bit architecture. The product comes with Java 6 as the default Java SDK. Java 7 can be added at any point in time to the installation, thereby adding Java 7 SDK selection to the possible choices of Java SDK that can be used. Java 7 also includes support for soft realtime capabilities, which are discussed later in the module. In general, the product only supports Java SDK selection of WebSphere approved or provided SDKs. However, the Liberty Profile does support use other SDKs. See the Liberty documentation and education material for how to use other non-product provided Java SDKs.
Angle Grinders Heavy-Duty Small Angle Grinders • 0.0 AMP AC/DC 11,000 RPM motor designed for faster material removal and higher overload protection. 1 • ust Ejection System™ provides durability by ejecting dust particles that enter the tool through the air intake vents. D • am-pot, low profile gear case provides precise gear alignment for a smoother, quieter transmission J while allowing access to tight spaces. • One piece brush arm prevents brush hang-up due to dust ingress. • uick-change wheel release provides easier and quicker wheel removal without the need for a wrench. Q • eyless adjustable guard provides tool free guard adjustment thus increasing productivity. K • ibration reducing removable side handle provides user comfort and reduces user felt vibration. V • uto-off brushes shut the tool down when the brushes need replacing to avoid tool damage. A • versized, protected spindle lock button provides easier and quicker wheel changes. O • addle switch lock-off provides the user protection from accidental start up. P • atching wheel flanges allow the use of common accessories. M D28402 4-1/2" 10 1,200 11,000 5/8"-11 D28402 (N) 4-1/2" w/ paddle 10 1,200 11,000 5/8"-11 D28114 4-1/2"- 5" 13 1,700 11,000 5/8"-11 D28114 (N) 4-1/2"- 5" 13 1,700 11,000 5/8"-11 D28131 4-1/2"- 5" 13 1,700 11,000 5/8"-11 D28112 (N) 4-1/2" w/ slide 10 1,200 11,000 5/8"-11...
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How to change the oil and filter on a KTM LC4 Revised on 10-26 This guide pertains to the following models: Adventure, SMC, Duke II & LC4E and is intended for the beginner. Some of the “tricks” described may be advantageous to the more seasoned owner. By no means is this guide to be construed as the “best” or only way to do this job. It is simply the way that works for me. Read it at your own peril. If you have read the previously posted valve inspect/adjust guide, you already know I'm a big fan of a clean and tranquil work space. No pets, wife, kids, gerbils... whatever. Drifty likes to play his laid back blues music, ... but if Godsmack relaxes and focuses your mind... Crank it! Successful wrenching is good mental therapy... Tool list This list is for the ’03 and later 640 Adventure. There appear to be a number of fastener and plug variations for prior years. The most notable differences are the switch from “outside” to “inside” frame drain locations; the size of frame filler plug and the change from a cartridge filter cover oring to a gasket. Revison 10-26-04 After input from Rad, rapiti, Markjenn and dirtrider... we have come to the conclusion that KTM if fond of making running changes in production without updating reference material. As far as I can tell, in mid '01 KTM switched from the o-ring cartridge filter cover to a gasketed cover. The lower right frame section, unless someone has more accurate data, remained a oval tube until, as far as we can tell... mid '02, at which time the section was replace with a "low profile" casting, making filter cover access considerably easier. So, if you have a early '02 or earlier it will have oval tube... a late '02 or later will have the flat casting. With input from valued members, we will attempt to cover variations as they arrise, if someone runs into something important, let me know ...
The DMP 670-A and 770-A Security Command keypads provide an attractive, user friendly control with optional 2-button Panic keys for use with DMP Command Processor™ panels. Each keypad also provides supervised or unsupervised operation, an easy to read 16 character fluorescent blue display, AC LED, backlit keyboard, low profile styling, and six designer colors to compliment a variety of room decors. Security Command keypads operate on 6 to 16 VDC at 100mA with an unlit display. Current increases to 125mA with the display lit. Keypads can be installed on individual wiring runs of up to 500' using 22 gauge wire or up to 1,000' using 18 gauge wire. 2-Button Panic Keys The Panic key function of the 670-A and 770-A keypads lets users easily send a Panic, Emergency, or Fire report to the central station from DMP panels. The user must press and hold the appropriate two Select keys for two seconds until a beep from the keypad is heard. At Top row SELECT keys the beep, the panel sends an alarm report to the central station Labelshows } iconsonly with the following loop numbers: 19 - Panic, 29 - non-medical Emergency, and 39 - Fire.
Cisco SPA525G and Cisco SPA525G2 SIP IP Phone User Guide. 2. Contents .... describes the features as they function in factory default mode. Caring for Your ... Cisco Small Business SPA525G and SPA525G2 SIP IP Phones Contents Chapter 1: Getting Started 8 Overview 8 Caring for Your Phone Understanding Your Phone Lines and Buttons Softkey Buttons Using the Keypad and Buttons with Menus 10 10 13 16 Using Keypad Shortcuts 16 Using the Navigation Button 16 Entering Numbers and Text in Fields 16 Using Phone Hardware and Accessories 17 Using the Speakerphone 17 Using Wired and Wireless Headsets 17 Connecting the Headset 17 Connecting Bluetooth Headsets 18 Using a Headset with Your IP Phone 20 Switching Between the Handset/Headset/Speakerphone During a Call Using the Cisco Attendant Console Changing the Cisco SPA500DS Attendant Console Display Chapter 2: Installing Your Phone 20 21 21 23 Before You Begin 23 Connecting the Handset 24 (Optional) Attaching the Desk Stand 26 (Optional) Mounting the Phone to the Wall 26 Connecting the Power 27 Connecting Your Phone to the Network 27 Connecting Your Phone to the Wired Network 27 Connecting Your Phone to the Wireless Network 28 Determining Your Wireless Router Security Type Setting the Phone Wireless Connection 28 30 Using Wi-Fi Protected Setup 31 Manually Adding a Wireless Profile 32 Cisco SPA525G and Cisco SPA525G2 SIP IP Phone User Guide 2 Contents