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This Technical Note on Crisis Management and Bank Resolution Framework on Canada was prepared by a staff team of the International Monetary Fund as background documentation for the periodic consultation with the member country. It is based on the information available at the time it was completed in February 2014. The policy of publication of staff reports and other documents by the IMF allows for the deletion of market-sensitive information. Copies of this report are available to the public from International Monetary Fund Publication Services 700 19th Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20431 Telephone: (202) 623-7430 Telefax: (202) 623-7201 E-mail: email@example.com Internet: http://www.imf.org Price: $18.00 a copy International Monetary Fund Washington, D.C. © 2014 International Monetary Fund This Technical Note was prepared by IMF staff in the context of the Financial Sector Assessment Program in Canada. It contains technical analysis and detailed information underpinning the FSAP’s findings and recommendations.
DeviceNet Configuration Software Set Up and Monitor DeviceNet Network and Access Smart Functionality ■ Configures DeviceNet using equipment from Omron and other suppliers ■ Optimizes performance of CJ1W and CS1W DeviceNet masters and Omron DRT2 smart slaves ■ Monitors factory floor network via Ethernet connection ■ Monitors data automatically collected by Omron smart DRT2 slaves: - communication voltage - communication errors - operation duration - number of operations - analog value scaling in meaningful engineering units - analog value integral function - analog value comparator ■ Reduced-cost software upgrade for PCMCIA or ISA configurator for C200H and CV Series PLCs Minimum System Requirements Computer: IBM PC/AT or compatible Operating system: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT4.0 or Me DeviceNet network connection: Dedicated ISA board or PCMCIA card; serial connection from COM port of computer; Ethernet connection from Ethernet port of computer CPU: Pentium 166 MHz or higher Memory: 32 Mbytes Hard disk: A minimum of 15 Mbytes For more information, contact an Omron representative at 1-847-843-7900 1 WS02-CFDC1-E WS02-CFDC1-E Functions and Features ■ Software Functions Setup Monitoring • Master device parameter settings for Omron DeviceNet Master modules. • Remote I/O master user-set allocations (with a scan list). • The node address order can be set as desired. Two output blocks and two input blocks can be allocated. (See Note 1) • Remote I/O slave user-set allocations. • Setting master remote I/O communications connections. • Setting slave remote I/O communications connections. • Enabling or disabling device data checks through remote I/O communications (checks on slave vendor, device type, and product code data). • Setting an explicit message monitor timer list. • Setting a COS/cyclic heart beat timer value. • Setting the communications cycle time. • Setting parameters for slaves (including other manufacturers' slaves). • Setting node addresses and baud rates. • Setting I/O comments (for slave I/O data). Note: 1. To use the Configurator to construct a DeviceNet network or make master or slave settings, the EDS file is required. If other manufacturers’ slaves are used, obtain the correct EDS file from the manufacturer. 2. A device Parameter Wizard is supported for the Master. 3. Using remote I/O master user-set allocations eliminates restrictions on node addresses. Also, a number of masters can be mounted to the PLC with no allocations area duplication.
Omron Health Management Software allows you to view, process and print data about blood pressure and walking steps measured by Omron’s blood pressure monitor and step counter. Note: This software is exclusive to Omron's blood pressure monitors and step counters. Safety precautions Warning • This is a CD-ROM disc. Do not play this disc on general audio players, DVD players or personal game devices. It may damage speakers of such devices and your eardrums. Operating environment requirements Notes: • Then, this screen appears when your PC must be restarted. Select the checkbox [Let setup restart the system now], and click [Finish]. Your PC will restart. After restart, start the CD-ROM. (Refer to Step 1 for how to start the CD-ROM.) The following operating environments are required to run this software. Supported OS: PC: Memory capacity: Hard disc space: Display: Others: Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Professional Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional Edition 600 MHz or higher, Pentium compatible CPU, PC/AT compatible machine 128MB or more 32MB or more Super VGA (800 x 600 pixel) or higher resolution video adapter and monitor A CD-ROM or DVD drive USB connector (USB Revision 1.1 compliant) A printer that can handle A4 documents (1440 x 720 dpi). Microsoft® Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher Adobe® Acrobat® Reader 5.0 or higher Trademark and Registered trademark
ALLEN BRADLEY VOL1 UEUNEED027A Duration 60hrs Required Skills and Knowledge E2.3.19 Control programming fundamentals Evidence shall show an understanding of control programming fundamentals to an extent indicated by the following aspects: a) Control applications of software b) Software terminology c) Programming languages currently used by industry d) Control system development encompassing: • flowcharts • pseudocode • Nassi-Schneidemann charts • algorithms e) Programming styles encompassing: • programming structure • documentation • installing a language compiler • using a text editor • compiling source code • generating executable files • scalar and structured data types • constants and variables • reading from keyboard and writing to screen • arithmetic, relational and logical operations • making decisions using if/then, if/then/else, nested if/then and case • looping operations using while/do, repeat/until and for/do • programming to access external devices via I/O boards • functions Note: Examples are macros; global and local variables, auto and static variables; Intrinsic functions used in control; Writing functions; Linking in external functions to control hardware • numerical and character arrays
The following guide will assist you to setup a remote and online connection to the Omron equipment placed on the customer site using your Omron CXProgrammer software installed on your PC. Prerequisites for this guide are: You have an operational LinkManager installed on your PC with a GateManager certificate that allows you to connect to the SiteManager agents. You have the Omron software installed. You have the Omron device agent installed and configured on the SiteManager at the remote site, and there is access between the SiteManager and the Omron PLC. A Serial attached PLC (Such as the CJ1M) must be configured with agent device type Omron / Serial PLC on the SiteManager. A network attached PLC must be configured with agent device type Omron / Ethernet PLC on the SiteManager. A USB attached PLC (such as the CP1H) must be configured with agent device type Omron / USB PLC on the SiteManager. Note that this connection type requires a SiteManager model with USB support and minimum SiteManager version 12035 and LinkManager version 12155. If any of these prerequisites are not met, you should contact the person / department responsible within your own company or at the company responsible hereof. System Overview The communication path is as follows: CX-Programmer LinkManager GateManager SiteManager PLC. This guide will elaborate on the components marked with bold. The following system overview depicts a SiteManager 3229 at the customer location: Application note, Omron PLC and CX-Programmer Version: 5.3, June 2012
The following guide will assist you to setup a remote and online connection to the equipment placed on the customer site using your proprietary vendor specific software installed on you PC. A prerequisite for this guide is: 1. You have an operational LinkManager installed on your PC and you are able to see the vendor specific equipment. 2. You have the proprietary vendor specific software installed on your PC. 3. You have the Omron device agent installed and configured on the SiteManager at the remote site. If this is not the case, we kindly ask you to contact the person / department responsible within your own company or at the company responsible hereof. The Remote Device Management system is a complete end-to-end solution for easy and secure remote access, monitoring and management of industrial equipment for the automation- and machine builder industry. The Remote Device Management solution enables machine builders, service providers and end-users to instantly access, monitor, and manage machines and equipment remotely and effectively over secure high speed internet connections.
Improving the efficiency of AC-DC power supplies with smaller foot print is making the task of designing the power supplies more challenging. High efficiency means how well a power supply performs without wasting power in the form of heat. We are helping our customers to reduce their cost by offering them power supplies to be certified by 80 PLUS® to Titanium efficiency, which is 96% efficient at 50% load. This can be achieved by minimizing the losses of major power dissipation components and thermal management ensuring very little heat loss without compromising on the footprint with higher switching frequencies. This application note will talk about how to improve the efficiency of a power supply with high power density. Below are the major power dissipation components in a power supply. LOSS COMPONENT MOSFET driving loss MOSFET switching loss FET resistance Inductor Loss Capacitor Loss FACTORS Function of gate charge, drive voltage and switching frequency Function of Vin, Iout, FET rise and fall time and switching frequency I² x RDS(on) I² x DC resistance + AC core loss IRMS² x ESR There is a trade-off between size, power and the efficiency of a power supply which should be considered during the design. Power supply with high switching frequency will have smaller footprint but higher frequency will introduce losses. With a better understanding of how these power dissipation components behave at higher switching frequency, most efficient power supply with high power density can be designed. BCA.00050_AA Apr-29-2013 1 www.power-one.com
Our Mission Is Simple: "Provide easy and convenient ways for consumers to obtain access to the credit they need." Who We Are The Cathford Group Credit Inc. is an online personal loan lender centrally located in downtown Chicago. We are a subsidiary of Cash America International, Inc., a NYSE-listed firm (CSH), which allows us the facility, ability and resources to achieve our vision and improve our product offerings. But within The Cathford Group Credit Inc. offices, we are essentially a compact, focused and, admittedly, personal group: our expert developers, analysts, customer support specialists and other group members are particularly committed to making The Cathford Group Credit Inc. the best option for our customers’ needs. Why We are Different We Believe Every Person Deserves Access to Credit
Who was considered for a Nobel Peace Prize on several occasions but was finally rejected in the year of his death? NOTE: While an award could have been made posthumously, the Nobel nomination ultimately rejected the idea for the last time in 1947. ANSWER: Mahatma Gandhi ••. joins Pope John Paul II, Rosa Parks, Pope John XXIII, Ronald Reagan, Margaret Thatcher, Franklin D. Roosevelt, & Harry S. Truman as fellow nonrecipients of the Nobel Peace Prize, but thank goodness Mikhail Gorbachev & Yasser Arafat received their prizes just in time! ' 4. Which Nobel ,Peace Prize winner stated that the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) was the product of bio-engineering, and then released in Mrica by "some sadistic scientists" as a weapon to "punish blacks" ? ANSWER: Wangari Muta Maathai (2004) NOTE: In 2004, the US Government through USAID spent $34.8 million on AIDS relief funding in Kenya alone, no thanks to (or from) Wangari Muata Maathai of Kenya. And this U.S. relief continues to this day! '