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American Megatrends Partners with Envoy Data to Extend Presence in Data Storage Marketplace

Leading Distributor Joins AMI StorTrends PROFIT Channel Program to Provide High-Performance Storage Solutions to Resellers Across North America

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Excerpt from the article: Beware of your credibility blind spots, says Cara Hale Alter, author of The Credibility Code: How to Project Confidence and Competence When it Matters Most (Meritus, 2012).

Chevrolet V8 Distributor Installation Instructions - Engine Works ...

PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE INSTALLING. 1. You should always disconnect the battery, negative lead first, before working on the ignition system. When you are done reconnect the battery installing the positive lead first. 2. The drive gear installed on this distributor is melonized and therefore compatible with flat tappet or hydraulic roller camshafts. If it is to be installed with a mechanical roller camshaft, a bronze or other such compatible gear for the 0.500” shaft will need to be purchased and installed. HOW TO INSTALL THE DISTRIBUTOR 1. If the distributor to be replaced has not already been removed from the engine, remove its cap. Do not remove the spark plug wires at this time. 2. Crank the engine slowly until the rotor blade aims at a fixed point on the engine or firewall. Note this point for future reference. 3. Unplug all external connectors coming from the distributor. 4. Now put the existing cap back on and note and mark which spark plug wire the rotor (blade) is pointing at. Then number the wires according to cylinder and remove the wires. If in doubt you can leave the wires connected to the old cap and transfer them to the new cap and distributor later in the process (see point # 9).

MSD Pro-Billet Ready-to-Run Chevrolet V8 ... - MSD Ignition

Important:  Read these instructions before attempting the installation. Parts Included: 1 - Pro-Billet Distributor 1 - Rotor, PN 8467 1 - Distributor Cap, PN 8433 1 - Wire Retainer 2 - 1.5" Self Tapping Screws 2 - 10-32 x 3/4" Socket Head Screws 1 - Advance Kit 1 - 3-Pin Harness 1 - Gasket 1 - Tube of Gear Lubricant 2 - O-Rings 1 - Vacuum Advance Lockout Kit 1 - Coil Wire 1 - Blaster SS Coil, PN 8207 WARNING: Before installing the MSD Ready to Run Distributor, disconnect the battery cables. When disconnecting the battery cables, always remove the Negative (-) cable first and install it last. Note: The terminals of this Distributor Cap require spark plug style terminals. You may need to change the terminals and boots of your wires. MSD offers two kits, PN 8849 or PN 8848 that are supplied with nine boots and terminals.

LM1949 Injector Drive Controller (Rev. C) - Texas Instruments

APPLICATIONS The LM1949 linear integrated circuit serves as an excellent control of fuel injector drive circuitry in modern automotive systems. The IC is designed to control an external power NPN Darlington transistor that drives the high current injector solenoid. The current required to open a solenoid is several times greater than the current necessary to merely hold it open; therefore, the LM1949, by directly sensing the actual solenoid current, initially saturates the driver until the “peak” injector current is four times that of the idle or “holding” current (Figure 19–Figure 22). This guarantees opening of the injector. The current is then automatically reduced to the sufficient holding level for the duration of the input pulse. In this way, the total power consumed by the system is dramatically reduced. Also, a higher degree of correlation of fuel to the input voltage pulse (or duty cycle) is achieved, since opening and closing delays of the solenoid will be reduced.

LM35 Precision Centigrade Temperature Sensors (Rev. D)

Product Folder Sample & Buy Technical Documents Support & Community Tools & Software LM35 www.ti.com SNIS159D – AUGUST 1999 – REVISED OCTOBER 2013 LM35 Precision Centigrade Temperature Sensors FEATURES DESCRIPTION The LM35 series are precision integrated-circuit temperature sensors, with an output voltage linearly proportional to the Centigrade temperature. Thus the LM35 has an advantage over linear temperature sensors calibrated in ° Kelvin, as the user is not required to subtract a large constant voltage from the output to obtain convenient Centigrade scaling. The LM35 does not require any external calibration or trimming to provide typical accuracies of ±¼°C at room temperature and ±¾°C over a full −55°C to +150°C temperature range. Low cost is assured by trimming and calibration at the wafer level. The low output impedance, linear output, and precise inherent calibration of the LM35 make interfacing to readout or control circuitry especially easy. The device is used with single power supplies, or with plus and minus supplies. As the LM35 draws only 60 μA from the supply, it has very low self-heating of less than 0.1°C in still air. The LM35 is rated to operate over a −55°C to +150°C temperature range, while the LM35C is rated for a −40°C to +110°C range (−10° with improved accuracy). The LM35 series is available packaged in hermetic TO transistor packages, while the LM35C, LM35CA, and LM35D are also available in the plastic TO-92 transistor package. The LM35D is also available in an 8-lead surface-mount smalloutline package and a plastic TO-220 package.

Innovation and Improvement Commercial Front Load Washing Machines

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Sterling Equipment
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In 1988 Sterling Phillips Sr, President of Sterling Equipment Company became a Distributor for Southern California. He opened his doors to the coin laundry business, becoming an industry success story.

WowWee Company Backgrounder
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Company Backgrounder WowWee, an Optimal Group company (NASDAQ: OPMR), is a leading designer, developer, marketer and distributor of innovative hi-tech consumer robotic and entertainment products. The WowWee group of companies maintains operations in Hong Kong; La Jolla,Carlsbad, California; Montreal, Quebec; and New York. Evolution The introduction of WowWee’s Robosapien™ robot in 2004 revolutionized the way we interact with entertainment robotic companions. One of the most popular entertainment robots in the world, with global sales of more than 5 million units, the Robosapien robot was the first commercially-available biomorphic robot – a fusion of technology and personality. The Robosapien humanoid product line evolved to include the Robosapien V2 robot, launched in 2005, which added functionality, including speech capability; and the RS Media™ robot, launched in 2006 and featuring a complete multimedia experience, allowing users to create and edit functions. The next generation, the RS Tri-Bot™ robot, a three-wheeled personality-packed companion equipped with different play modes for hours of entertainment, launched in summer 2008. With a focus on the development of breakthrough consumer robotic and electronic products, WowWee...

Wiring Diagrams - Comcast.net
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Component Figure No. (Location) A/C COMPONENT CLUTCH ............................ 8 (A 29,A 30) A/C RELAY ....................................... 8 (A 28,A 31) A/C SWITCH ........................................ 8 (B 29-30) AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SHIFT ILLUMINATOR LIGHT ....... 6 (E 23) ABS SYSTEM ...................................... 7 (C-E 24,27) AIRFLOW SYSTEM .......................... 2,3,4 (C 7,B 11,B 15) ALTERNATOR ............................................ 1 (D 2) BACK-UP LIGHT SWITCH ................................ 10 (E 38) BATTERY ............................................... 1 (A 2) BLOWER MOTOR ......................................... 8 (C 28) BLOWER SWITCH ........................................ 8 (B 28) BRAKE FLUID LEVEL SENSOR ............................. 9 (A 34) BUCKLE SWITCH ......................................... 5 (E 18) CARGO LIGHT ....................................... 10 (C-D 37) CIGARETTE LIGHTER .................................... 6 (E 21) CIRCUIT OPENING RELAY ................... 2,3,4 (A 7,A 11,C 15) CLUTCH SWITCH ................................. 2,4 (A 4, A 12) COMBINATION SWITCH .......................... 8,9 (E 28,C-E 35) CONDENSER FAN ................................... 8 (A 29,A 30) COOLANT THERMO SWITCH (4 CYL) ........................ 7 (A 27) COOLING FAN SYSTEM .............................. 7 (A-C,26-27) CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT (CPU) ................... 6 (B-C,22-23) CRANK ANGLE SENSOR (V6) .............................. 4 (E 13) CRUISE CONTROL (V6) ............................. 8 (C-E 28-29) DEFOGGER GRID ....................................... 10 (D 39) DIAGNOSTIC CONNECTOR ..................... 2,3,4 (A 4,A 8,D 15) DISTRIBUTOR (V6) ..................................... 4 (E 15) DOOR LOCK TIMER UNIT ................................ 10 (A 36) DOOR SWITCH .......................................... 5 (E 16) DOOR SWITCH (PASSIVE BELTS) ........................ 8 (C-D 30) EC-AT CONTROL UNIT ................................. 7 (A-B 24) EC-AT SOLENOID & INHIBITOR SWITCH ......... 3,7 (C-D 11,C-D 24) EGI MAIN RELAY .......................... 2,3,4 (B 7,A 11,C 15) FLASHER UNIT ......................................... 9 (D 32) FUEL TANK UNIT ...................................... 10 (A 38) FUSE BLOCK .................................... 5,6 (B-D 17-22) HAZARD/DEFOGGER SWITCH ............................... 6 (E 22) HEADLIGHT RELAY ...................................... 9 (D 33) HOLD SWITCH ................................... 3,7 (A 10,A 26) HORN RELAY ........................................... 9 (D 34) HYDRAULIC UNIT (ABS) ............................... 7 (C-D 26) IGNITION COIL .................................. 2,3 (D 7,E 11) IGNITION KEY ILLUMINATOR SWITCH ...................... 6 (B 23) IGNITION SWITCH .................................... 5 (B-C 16) ILLUMINATOR LIGHTS ................................... 6 (E 23)

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