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INSTRUCTIONS REV. 5-22-03 -J02911 ® Kit Numbers 76330-03A (Domestic) and 76339-03A (HDI) FLHT 1998 AND LATER MODELS RADIO/CD KIT General This radio kit fits 1998 and later i03413 FLHT® T27 TORX screws, upper fairing models. 2 NOTE 1998 to 2003 FLHT models require addtional setup procedures for Automatic Volume Control to function. Setup procedures are included in these instructions. 3 1 See the Service Parts illustration for kit contents. This kit requires installing Antenna Part Number 76306-98, sold separately and available from your Harley-Davidson dealer. 40 30 20 10 0 Installation 50 60 70 MPH 30 80 90 100 110 120 40 50 60 20 10 0 CE HAR RTIFIED SON LEY-DAVID 70 RPMx100 HAR 80 N LEY-DAVIDSO Outer Fairing Removal 1. 2. Remove the seat according to the applicable servicemanual instructions. UNLOCK Disconnect the battery, negative cable first. 1WARNING To protect against shock and accidental start-up of vehicle, disconnect the battery cables, negative cable first, before proceeding. Inadequate safety precautions could result in death or serious injury. 1WARNING Always disconnect the negative battery cable first. If the positive battery cable should contact ground with the negative cable installed, the resulting sparks may cause a battery explosion which could result in death or serious injury. 3. 6 b. Remove the TORX screws (4, 5, 6, 7) from the inner fairing. Turn the handlebar to access screws 6 and 7. c. Tilt the outer fairing toward the front, then squeeze the two external tabs to remove the wire connector from the back of the headlamp assembly. d. HDI models only: Remove the black and orange/white wires from the stake-on connectors near the bottom of the headlight. Figure 1. Removing Outer Fairing Fasteners NOTE Connector numbers in brackets (for example, ) correspond to the connector numbers in the service-manual wiring diagrams. A service manual is available from your Harley-Davidson dealer. 1.
The DMP 770 and 771 Security Command keypads provide an attractive, user-friendly control with optional 2-button Panic keys for use with DMP Command Processor™ panels. Each keypad provides supervised or unsupervised operation, an easy-to-read 16-character ßuorescent blue display, an AC LED, backlit keyboard, low proÞle styling, and a choice of designer colors to compliment a variety of room decors. You can also connect a variety of burglary and non-powered Þre devices to the four programmable expansion zones on the 770 and 771 keypads. Additionally, the 771 provides an internal Form C door strike relay for controlling magnetic locks or electric door strikes on protected entrances. AC LED The keypads contain an AC LED that turns off when AC power to the panel is off or while the panel resets. 771 Door Strike Relay The 771 provides one Form C (dry contact) relay output for controlling magnetic locks or electric door strikes on protected doors. These devices connect to the Violet (N/C), Gray (Common), and Orange (N/O) conductors on the harness supplied with the 771 keypad. The relay contacts are rated for 1 Amp at 24 VDC.
A Wireless, Batteryless keypad using EnOcean STM 110C EnOcean STM 110C is extreme-low power sensor radio working at 315 MHz frequency. It can be powered by ambient energy like thermal, light etc. This application note describes how to build a wireless and batteryless multi-button keypad using STM 110C. STM 110C Operation STM 110C has three 8-bit A/D channels and four digital inputs. It is preprogrammed in factory and, once power is applied, switches itself between sleep mode and operating mode in order to save power. STM 110C can be waked up immediately from sleep mode by logic state changes on hardware pins, or periodically by a configurable timer. STM 110C always sends 4-byte data telegrams if it is waked up by the hardware pins. However, for the periodic wakeup, the microprocessor samples all analog and digital input pins after each wakeup and determines if the 4-byte data should be transmitted through the radio according to the following criteria Exception trigger + Periodic trigger Data will be transmitted if either one of the “Exception trigger” and the “Periodic trigger” becomes true. The Exception trigger becomes true if Logic state on at least one of the four digital inputs changes Sampled data from at least one of the three A/D channels has significant change (This is triggered by the exception threshold and it is configurable. Please see the STM 110C user manual)...
The DMP 770 and 771 Security Command keypads provide an attractive, user-friendly control with optional 2-button Panic keys for use with DMP Command Processor™ panels. Each keypad provides supervised or unsupervised operation, an easy-to-read 16-character fluorescent blue display, AC LED, backlit keyboard, low profile styling, and a choice of designer colors to compliment a variety of room decors. You can also connect a variety of burglary and non-powered fire devices to four programmable expansion zones on the 770 and 771 keypads. Additionally, the 771 provides an internal Form C door strike relay for controlling magnetic locks or electric door strikes on protected entrances. AC LED The keypads contain an AC LED that turns off when AC power to the panel is off or while the panel is resetting. 771 Door Strike Relay The 771 provides one Form C (dry contact) relay output for controlling magnetic locks or electric door strikes on protected doors. These devices connect to the Violet (N/C), Gray (Common), and Orange (N/O) conductors on the harness supplied with the 771 keypad. The relay contacts are rated for 1 Amp at 24 VDC.
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1.1 Main Specifications tio ns 1. Input Spec. (MULTI VIDEO INTERFACE) - 1 x Analog RGBCs (for navigation system) - 1 x REAR-C Input (for external rear camera source, supports NTSTC & PAL auto detection) - 3 x A/V Input (for external video source - DVD, TV, DVB-T; supports NTSC & PAL auto detection) - 1 x LCD-OUT (input for video from MMI 2G unit) - 1 x NAVI Touch (for external touch screen panel) So lu 2. Output Spec. - 2 X A/VOUT (video/audio output for installed headrest monitor) - 1 x Touch OUT (connection of external touch screen panel to Navi connected via RGBCs input) - 1 X LCD-IN(video output for connection to OEM display) - 1 X R-CAM (power output for external rear camera connected via REAR-C input) - 1 X IR OUT (IR-Data wire for DVD, TV, DVB-T unit control via touch panel – see page 17-19) C ar 3. Power Spec. - Input Power : 10 V DC ~ 16 V DC - Consumption Power : 6 W (max) 4. Mode change - Video input disable : possible to skip each input source by adjusting DIP switches (page 9) - Control by using the remote controller (page 10) - Possible to switch between modes by remote mode switch button - Possible to change modes and control DVD, CMMB via external touch screen panel (page 12) - Able to change modes via using the original buttons NAVI at MMI 2G panel (page 23) www.car-solutions.com
The aim of this quick reference guide is to introduce you to the main features and controls of your vehicle. This quick reference guide cannot replace the information contained in the Owner's Manual; it is therefore important that you also read the notes and warnings in the Owner's Manual. We wish you safe and enjoyable motoring with your new Audi. AUDI AG Quick reference guide LOCKING AND UNLOCKING THE VEHICLE The central locking system locks and unlocks all the doors, the boot lid and the tank flap. It can be operated with the remote control or by turning the key in the lock. Operating the radio-activated remote control Press the appropriate button for about 1 second. 1 Unlocking button Open one of the doors or the boot lid within about 60 seconds, otherwise the vehicle will lock itself again automatically. 2 Unlocking button for boot lid Press the button for at least 1 second. 3 Locking button The turn signals will flash briefly when the car is locked to confirm that the doors and the boot lid are closed properly. 4 Folding out the master key Press the release button. Folding away the master key Press the button and fold the key away. Note: Press and hold unlocking button on remote control ...
Low, lean and exceptionally spacious, the 3-door Audi A3 and 5-door Audi A3 Sportback are ideal choices for those with an active, varied lifestyle. Both models are distinguished by their muscular, aerodynamic bodies, coupé-like lines, alloy wheels and signature Audi single-frame grille. Whichever of the powerful engine options you choose, the sporting promise of the A3 and A3 Sportback’s exterior is fulfilled in each car’s performance abilities. And, allowing you to enjoy that level of power in total control, ESP Electronic Stability Programme and electro-mechanical speedsensitive power-steering are also included as standard. Inside, a comfortable, ergonomically-designed cockpit, with its stylish 4-spoke steering wheel and matt inlays make driving these cars a sheer pleasure. Other functional options include acoustic parking and cruise control. But these are just some of many available options on the A3 and A3 Sportback models; read on and configure your very own A3 or A3 Sportback – from paints to upholstery, engine to floor mats. Vorsprung durch Technik.
General notes on self-diagnosis ♦ The engine control unit has a self-diagnosis capability. Before carrying out repairs and fault finding the fault memory must be interrogated. The vacuum hoses and connections must also be checked (unmetered air). ♦ Fuel hoses in engine compartment must only be secured with spring-type clips. Clamping-type or screw-type clips must not be used. ♦ A voltage of at least 11.5 V is required for proper operation of the electrical components. ♦ Do not use sealants containing silicone. Particles of silicone drawn into the engine will not be burnt in the engine and will damage the Lambda probe. ♦ The vehicles are fitted with a crash/fuel shut-off system. This system is designed to reduce the risk of a vehicle fire after a crash by deactivating the fuel pump via the fuel pump relay. ♦Protected bysame time, by AUDI AG. AUDI AG does not guarantee orengine'sliability At the copyright. Copying for systemcommercial purposes, in part accept any start‐ this private or also improves the or in whole, is not permitted unless authorised ing respect to the correctness of information in this document. Copyright by AUDI AG. with performance. When the driver's door is opened, the fuel pump is activated for 2 seconds in order to build up pressure in the fuel system → Chapter (page 1).
2014 NSW & ACT Conference Occupational Therapy: A Life Practice Friday 28 March - DRAFT Program (Click on paper title to view abstract and author information) 7:30am to 8:30am Room 6A 8:00am to 9:00am 9:00am to 9:20am Dining Room AHPRA BREAKFAST FORUM Separate registration required (no additional cost) – for more information and to RSVP, click here. REGISTRATIONS & EXHIBITION ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY AND OFFICIAL OPENING Occupational Therapy: A Life Practice Lyn Lennox Occupational Therapy Australia Honorary Life Member Chaired by Imelda Todd, NSW Divisional Chair 9:20am to 10:45am Dining Room PLENARY SESSION Motivating & managing different generations in times of change Avril Henry 10:45am to 11:15am MORNING TEA 11:15am Concurrent Stream 1: to OT PRACTITIONER 12:35pm Dining Room Improving the Profile of Allied Health Providers in the Multidisciplinary Primary Care Team 11:15am Aimee Prosser Hunter Medicare Local 11:35am The matrix of career decisionmaking: Identifying influences on the career decisions of mothers Tracey Parnell Rehabilitation Outcomes Beyond Belief: The management reality of generational thinking 11:55am 12:15pm Dr Malcolm Johnson Australian Institute of Management Evaluation of a clinical supervision resource to determine training needs for NSW Allied Health Professionals Jacqueline Dominish & Craig Slater HETI 12:35pm to 1:15pm Concurrent Stream 2: OLDER ADULT Room 7C Concurrent Stream 3: ADULTS Room 6A The use of occupation-based groups in rehabilitation: Clients' perspectives on participation and outcomes Microsoft Visio 2010 & its application to Home Modifications: Developing a set of interactive online training modules Sarah Todd & Elise Pardy University of Western Sydney Alina Roper and Hana Skilton New England Home Modification and Maintenance Service Exploring manual handling practices by informal carers: Describing carer experiences WORKSHOP: Kate Thomas University of Newcastle The effectiveness of specialized seating assessment and provision for long term care patients Martin Tierney Seating Matters Aged Care Reform: an update on changes to date and what can you expect? Jan Erven OT Australia Board; Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District Concurrent Stream 4: OT PRACTITIONER Room 7AB Exploring the Sustained and Divided Attention of Novice versus Experienced Drivers Louise Kerruish University of Western Sydney Opening Doors: Increasing awareness of environmental control technology Bronwyn Simpson Ability Technology (11:15am to 12:45pm) DriveSafe DriveAware iPad Application - A Valid Driver Screening Tool for all Occupational Therapists? Beth Cheal & Anita Bundy Rehab on Road & University of Sydney LUNCH 1 1:15pm to 1:45pm Dining Room 1:45pm to 3:05pm DELEGATE ADDRESS Concurrent Stream 5: OT PRACTITIONER Dining Room The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS): An Update Mary Hawkins National Disability Insurance Agency Concurrent Stream 6: OT PRACTITIONER Room 7C Simulation, Fieldwork and Making Interprofessional Teams Work 1:45pm 2:05pm 2:25pm Sophie Melman University of Newcastle Making and re-making career decisions: The experiences of mothers who are occupational therapists Tracey Parnell Rehabilitation Outcomes 2:45pm Julia Schmidt Australian Catholic University CONSUMER PANEL: Occupational Terrorist or Therapist? An interactive panel of consumers and carers, sharing their experiences with occupational therapy. How person-centred are we? An online survey that investigates an Occupational Therapist’s confidence in their core skills...