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Information for your safety and comfort Safety instructions Read these instructions carefully. Keep this document for future reference. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product. Turning the product off before cleaning Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning. CAUTION for plug as disconnecting device Observe the following guidelines when connecting and disconnecting power to the power supply unit: Install the power supply unit before connecting the power cord to the AC power outlet. Unplug the power cord before removing the power supply unit from the computer. If the system has multiple sources of power, disconnect power from the system by unplugging all power cords from the power supplies. CAUTION for Accessibility Be sure that the power outlet you plug the power cord into is easily accessible and located as close to the equipment operator as possible. When you need to disconnect power to the equipment, be sure to unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet. CAUTION for bundled dummy cards (only for certain models) Your computer shipped with plastic dummies installed in the card slots. Dummies protect unused slots from dust, metal objects or other particles. Save the dummies for use when no cards are in the slots.
ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) is the global body for professional accountants. We aim to offer business-relevant, first-choice qualifications to people of application, ability and ambition around the world who seek a rewarding career in accountancy, finance and management. We support our 122,000 members and 325,000 students throughout their careers, providing services through a network of 80 offices and centres. Our global infrastructure means that exams and support are delivered – and reputation and influence developed – at a local level, directly benefiting stakeholders wherever they are based, or plan to move to, in pursuit of new career opportunities. Our focus is on professional values, ethics, and governance, and we deliver valueadded services through our global accountancy partnerships, working closely with multinational and small entities to promote global standards and support. We use our expertise and experience to work with governments, donor agencies and professional bodies to develop the global accountancy profession and to advance the public interest. Our reputation is grounded in over 100 years of providing world-class accounting and finance qualifications. We champion opportunity, diversity and integrity, and our long traditions are complemented by modern thinking, backed by a diverse, global membership. By promoting our global standards, and supporting our members wherever they work, we aim to meet the current and future needs of international business.
This paper presents a three-step process for creating locally optimal distributed controls for multiple robot vehicles. The first step is to define a global performance index whose extremum produces a desired cooperative result. The second step is to partition and eliminate terms in the performance index so that only terms of local neighbors are included. This step minimizes communication amongst robots and improves system robustness. Rather than requiring every robot to know the position of all the other robots, each robot only needs to know the position of its nearest neighbors. Also, if a neighbor dies, a new set of nearest neighbors is selected from the remaining robots. The third step is to define a control law that is the gradient of the partitioned performance index. This control drives the system towards the local extremum of the partitioned performance index. Connective stability of the resulting controls can be proven with a vector Liapunov technique. The approach has been tested in simulation and robotics hardware on a number of test problems. The first problem is the distribution of multiple robots along a line or curve. The second and third problems are the distribution of multiple robots in an unconstrained and constrained twodimensional plane. The fourth problem is the distribution of multiple robots around an elliptical curve. The fifth problem is for multiple robots to converge on the source of a plume in a plane. The sixth problem is for multiple underwater robots to converge on the source of a plume in a 3D volume.
Cisco 6500 and 7600 Series 6000W DC Power Supply Multiple-Input 6000 Watt DC Power Supply with 2800W and 4500W Options ® Cisco is now offering a new 6000-watt (W) DC power supply for the Cisco 6500 Series switches and 7600 Series routers. This new variable-output supply (Figure 1) scales from 2800W to 6000W. Figure 1. Cisco 6500 and 7600 Series 6000W DC Power Supply Feature Advantages ● Variable output design configurable for 6000W, 4500W, or 2800W output corresponding to four, three, or two inputs active ● An efficiency of greater than 85 percent over 30-to-100-percent loads ● Equally sized, multiple inputs, which allow lower fusing requirements and maintain consistent wire gauge between 6000W, 4500W, and 2800W output configurations ● Industry-standard dual post terminals ● Terminal design that includes removable input power adaptor modules for easy power replacement without the time-consuming removal and reinstallation of multiple terminal lugs ● Locking latch mechanism to prevent accidental removal of power adapter module while the power is on ● Terminal design that facilitates cable entry from left or right side ● Designed for 45-degree-angle terminal lugs; ships with nine 45-degree-angle lugs and American Wire Gauge (AWG) #4 cables ● Compatible with the Cisco 6506, 6506E, 6509, 6509E, 6509VE, 6509NEB-A and 6513 switches ● Compatible with the Cisco 7609-S, 7609, and 7613 routers ● Compliant with Network Equipment Building Standards (NEBS) Level 3 © 2009 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public Information.
The DC power supply series are a bench top single output variable DC power supply. Stable regulated DC power supplies allowing continuous adjustment of both the output voltage and output current levels. They have been designed according to IEC1010–1 concerning safety requirements and comply with. There are three display types for the power supply series monitoring output voltage and current. They are LCD, LED and two pointer meters. One of them is equipped to the DC power supply. There are different numbers of output voltage and output current ranges for the DC power supply series, too. These difference models of the DC power supply are available for choice of user. The output voltage and current range and equipped display type of the DC power supply series as follows: OUTPUT VOLTAGE (regulated) 0~15V 1-1
Quad Output DC Power Supply 4-in-1 Power Supply Four power supplies built into one — Two fully adjustable supplies combined with two auxiliary outputs Features: • Two 0 to 30V/0 to 5A outputs with selectable Constant Voltage and Constant Current modes • Outputs up to 60V in series mode or 10A in parallel mode • Two auxiliary outputs with fixed current of 3 to 6.5V/3A and 8 to 15V/1A • Overload and short circuit protection • Complete with power cord and 4 pairs of test leads (banana plug to alligator clip) Single power supply with multiple DC outputs Specifications Output Voltage (4) Output Current (4) Load Voltage Regulation Line Voltage Regulation Load Current Regulation Line Current Regulation Ripple and Noise Power Dimensions Weight Range 0 to 30V, 0 to 30V, 3 to 6.5V,8 to 15V 0 to 5A, 0 to 5A, 3A (fixed), 1A (fixed) ≤1x10-4 + 3mV ≤1x10 + 3mV ≤2x10+ 3mA ≤2x10 + 3mA <0.5mVrms 100 to 240VAC,50/60Hz 10.2 x 6.3 x 14.5" (260 x 160 x 370mm) 26.5lbs (12kg) Ordering Information: 382270 ..........Quad Output DC Power Supply www.extech.com Specifications subject to change without notice. 10/21/10 - R1 Copyright © 2007-2010 Extech Instruments Corporation. All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form.
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This lesson is designed to be used with Art students, grades 7 & 8, class sizes 20 – 24. We have 42 minute classes once a week; I anticipate needing four weeks to complete the assignment. The general idea is to have students research their choice of Nobel Peace Prize winners, gather the information, and use symbolism to create a collage honoring their chosen laureate. Academic standards. Students will: • Have a basic understanding of the history of the Nobel Peace Prize, and a range of recipients. • Use the medium of collage to communicate their knowledge of and ideas about a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, and where they fit in history. • Understand where their collage fits in the history of collage works and techniques. • Use symbols to communicate ideas. • Use elements and principles of art to create an effective design, particularly balance, emphasis, contrast and pattern. Expected Student Outcomes. Students will: • Know about the Nobel prizes in general, the Nobel Peace Prize, and one recipient in depth • Be able to use collage to communicate their ideas about a Peace Prize winner. • Believe that Nobel Peace Prize winners are honored and respected members of the global community, and that collage is an effective medium to show that respect. Activities Day One:...
Directions: The following question tests your ability to rewrite a given sentence. You will be told exactly how to revise your new sentence. Keep in mind that your new sentence should have the same meaning as the sentence given to you. In choosing an answer, follow the requirements of standard written English; that is, pay attention to acceptable usage in grammar, diction (choice of words), sentence construction, and punctuation. Choose the best answer; this answer should be clear and exact, without awkwardness, ambiguity, or redundancy. Being a female jockey, she was often interviewed. Rewrite, beginning with She was often interviewed The next words will be (A) (B) (C) (D) on account of she was by her being because she was being as she was Copyright © 2010 by Educational Testing Service. All rights reserved. ETS, the ETS logo and LISTENING, LEARNING, LEADING. are registered trademarks of Educational Testing Service.
Welcome to the CAAP Sample Science Test! You are about to look at some sample test questions as you prepare to take the actual CAAP test. The examples in this booklet are similar to the kinds of test questions you will see when you take the actual CAAP test. Since this is a practice exercise, you won’t receive a real test score. The aim of this booklet is to give a sense of the kinds of questions examinees will face and their levels of difficulty. An answer key is provided at the end of the booklet. We hope you benefit from these sample questions, and we wish you success as you pursue your education and career goals! CAAP Science Test The CAAP Science Test is a 45-item, 40-minute test that measures students’ knowledge and skills in science. The contents of the test are drawn from biological sciences (e.g., biology, botany, and zoology), chemistry, physics, and the physical sciences (e.g., geology, astronomy, and meteorology). The test emphasizes scientific knowledge and reasoning skills. The CAAP Science Test consists of eight passage sets, each of which contains scientific information and a set of multiple-choice test questions. A passage may conform to one of the three formats listed below: • Data Representation: This format presents students with graphic and tabular materials similar to those found in science journals and texts. The test questions associated with this...