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Card Game G CONTENTS 112 Cards as follows: 19 Blue cards - 0 to 9 19 Green cards - 0 to 9 19 Red cards - 0 to 9 19 Yellow cards - 0 to 9 8 Draw Two cards - 2 each in blue, green, red and yellow 8 Reverse cards - 2 each in blue, green, red and yellow 8 Skip cards - 2 each in blue, green, red and yellow 4 Wild cards 4 Wild Draw Four cards 4 Voldemort cards INSTRUCTION SHEET SPECS: Uno Instructions Toy: T8231 Toy No.: -0920 Part No.: 4.25” W x 19.25 " H Trim Size: 4.25” W x 2.75” H Folded Size: 1 panel w 7 panel h Type of Fold: Object of the Game 1 (one) both sides # colors: Be the ﬁrst player to get rid of all of your cards in each round and score points for the cards your opponents are left holding. Points in rounds accumulate and the ﬁrst player to reach 500 points wins.. Black Colors: White Offset Paper Stock: 70 lb. Paper Weight: Setup EDM No.: 1. Each player draws a card; the player that draws the highest number deals (count any card with a symbol as zero). 2. The dealer shufﬂes and deals each player 7 cards. 3. Place the remainder of the deck facedown to form a DRAW pile. 4. The top card of the DRAW pile is turned over to begin a DISCARD pile. NOTE: If any of the Action Cards (symbols) are turned over to start the DISCARD pile, see FUNCTIONS OF ACTION CARDS for special instructions. Let’s Play The person to the left of the dealer starts play. On your turn, you must match a card from your hand to the card on the top of the DISCARD pile, either by number, color or symbol (symbols represent Action Cards; see FUNCTIONS OF ACTION CARDS). EXAMPLE: If the card on the DISCARD pile is a red 7, the player must put down a red card OR any color 7. Alternatively, the player can put down a Wild card (See FUNCTIONS OF ACTION CARDS). If you don’t have a card that matches the one on the DISCARD pile, you must take a card from the DRAW pile. If the card you picked up can be played, you are free to put it down in the same turn. Otherwise, play moves on to the next person in turn. You may also choose NOT to play a playable card from your hand. If so, you must draw a card from the DRAW pile. If playable, that card can be put down in the same turn, however you may not play any other card from your hand after the draw.
Editorial Duties and Service Consulting Editor for Perception and Psychophysics, 1994-1999. Consulting Editor for the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 1999-2004. Guest Editor for the special issue of Human Factors on driver distraction (2004). Consulting Editor for the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 2005-2009. Consulting Editor for F rontiers of Cognition (2010 - present) Ad Hoc Reviewer for Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, Psychological Science, Perception and Psychophysics, Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, Memory & Cognition, American Journal of Psychology, Journal of Accident Analysis & Prevention, Human Factors. Member of the NASA Life and Biomedical Sciences and Applications Division-wide Peer Review Panel, 1994-1995. Member of the Utah Legislative Task Force on Inattention and Driving (1999). Participant at the National Distracted Driving Summit in Washington DC (2009, 2010) Testifying in committees of the Utah State Legislature (2009, 2010) United States House and Senate briefings on Driver Distraction (5/5/10 and 5/6/10) United States House and Senate briefings on Driver Distraction (6/13/2013) Director of the Center for the Prevention of Distracted Driving (2010 - present) United States House and Senate briefings on Cognitive Distraction in the Automobile sponsored by AAA (6/13/13) Research Support University of Illinois dissertation research grant, 1988, $750. National Institute of Health, "Aging and the Development of Automatic Processing", 1989-1990, $38,050 (co-PI with A. Kramer).
INSTALLATION QUESTIONS? CALL TECHNICAL SUPPORT AT 1-800-798-0813 1. Open the tailgate and remove cargo area cover (A). Under the cover remove the trays from the center and the driver side of the vehicle (B) by removing the plastic fasteners holding them in place (C). 2A. 2009-2013 Forester- The harness connector is on the driver side under the trays (D,E). 2B. Outback Wagon- The harness connector is tucked up behind the driver side inner fender trim, just visible near the rubber grommet in the ﬂoor and the cargo anchor (F). 2C. XV Crosstrek / 2014 Forester- The harness connector is on the driver’s side. Pull back on the rear trim panel to locate the vehicle’s harness connector (G,H). 3. Insert the harness connector into the vehicle’s connector taking care that it is fully inserted with locking tabs in place (I). 4. Adhere the black converter box to the frame of the car using the double-sided tape provided. Secure any loose parts of the T-Connector with the cable ties provided. WARNING! Verify miscellaneous items that may be hidden behind or under any surfaces before drilling to avoid damage to vehicle and/or personal injury. 5. Locate a suitable grounding point near the connector such as an existing screw with nut in the vehicle’s frame or drill a 3/32” hole and secure white ground wire using eyelet and screw provided. 6. Install red 10 amp fuse into the inline fuse holder. 7. Reinstall all items removed during install. 8. Route the 4-ﬂat wire to the center of the vehicle and out the hatch when in use. When not in use roll up and store in an out of the way location in the rear cargo area. IMPORTANT: Battery connection must be fuse protected, 10 amp max. Exceeding the product rating can cause loss of warranty, overheating and potential ﬁre.
Table of Contents Produced by: Southeast Flight Support 1580 Sawgrass Corporate Parkway • Suite 130 • Sunrise, FL 33323 www.southeastflightsupport.com • (954) 315-4583 Boeing 767 Study Guide Ground Training 1 DAY LOC SUBJECT 1 IPT Aircraft General -Aircraft Overview -Aircraft Dimensions -Flight Deck Layout -Cabin Layout -Water Waste -System -Flight Crew Oxygen -Passenger Oxygen QRH Air System -Air System -Air Conditioning & Pack Operation Introduction -Cabin Temperature Control -Recirculation Fans -Equipment Cooling -Cargo Compartment Heating -Pressurization System FCOM Abnormals -Airplane General -Emergency Equipment -Doors & Windows -Air System -Window-Controls & Indications -Limitations Produced by: Southeast Flight Support 1580 Sawgrass Corporate Parkway • Suite 130 • Sunrise, FL 33323 www.southeastflightsupport.com • (954) 315-4583 Boeing 767 Study Guide DAY LOC 2 Ground Training 2 SUBJECT Comprehensive Review of Day 1 -Airplane General -Air System IPT Auto-Flight -AFDS Introduction -MCP Operations -AFDS Flight Demonstration -AFDS Around Demonstration Auxiliary Power Unit -APU Introduction -APU Starting -APU Shutdown -APU Non-Normals Communication -Transponder -VHF Communication Radios -HF Communication -Communications Audio Selector Panel -Interphone & PA Systems -Voice Recorder -Flight Recorder FCOM QRH -Automatic Flight -APU & Engine Tabs -Communications -Limitations Abnormals -Automatic Flight -APU & Engine Tabs -Communications Produced by: Southeast Flight Support 1580 Sawgrass Corporate Parkway • Suite 130 • Sunrise, FL 33323 www.southeastflightsupport.com • (954) 315-4583 Boeing 767 Study Guide DAY LOC 3 Ground Training 3 SUBJECT Comprehensive Review of Day 2 -Auto-Flight -APU -Communications IPT Electrical System -Introduction -AC Power Generation -AC Power Distribution -Electrical System Auto-Land -DC Power Distribution Fire Detection & Protection -Fire Protection Introduction -Fire & Overheat Indications -Engine Fire Protection -APU Fire Protection -Main Gear Wheel Well Fire Protection -Cargo Compartment Fire Protection -Lavatory Fire Protection -Fire/Overheat Detection System Fault Test FCOM QRH -Electrical -Fire Protection Abnormals -Electrical -Engine Fire/Severe Damage or Separation -Smoke/Fumes in Air Conditioning -Smoke/Fumes/Electrical Fire -Smoke & Fume Removal -Engine Bleed Overheat Produced by: Southeast Flight Support 1580 Sawgrass Corporate Parkway • Suite 130 • Sunrise, FL 33323 www.southeastflightsupport.com • (954) 315-4583
This picture shows the respective part of the overhead panel with whom you can control the air conditioning and pressurisation of the aircraft. The area is divided into three parts. The upper part (just below the Yaw Damper Switches) is for controlling the cabin altitude and to set the landing altitude. The most important switches on the middle part are two zone temperature controller the trim air switch, the two recirculation fan switches, the HI FLOW switch and the equipment cooling selector. You can control the zone temperature manually by turning the zone temperature switches or you can set it to AUTO, which is the common position. You will switch on the trim air and recirculation when entering the cockpit, although it isn’t good for the air, because it will not provide every time fresh air for the passengers, but it saves fuel. You will turn on the pack high flow switches during climb, descend and on the ground, it is controlled by the system logic. When the high flow is engaged, all operating packs will provide high air flow, the fuel flow will increase by 0.8%. When turning the equipment cooling selector to the override position, it will provide Cooling, using reverse airflow provided by differential pressure. On the lower part of the area, you will find three pack control selectors two isolation valve switches and five bleed air switches, four engine- and one APU bleed air switch. You have to use bleed air for air conditioning, leading edge flap operation and lower cargo smoke detection. You will engage the packs with the pack control selectors and you can choose which pack controller will provide the respective pack, normally you will switch it to NORM, this will select the pack controller automatically. With the engine bleed air switches, you will allow the engines to provide the bleed air and the same with the APU bleed air switch. The two isolation valve switches are to isolate the different airflow from each other.
Series 15710 Rear Terminal ATC Fuse Panel Power Distribution The Rear Terminal ATC® Fuse Panel (RTA) is a rear-fed panel with high component retention, which makes it an ideal choice for high vibration environments including construction, agriculture, bus, RV, heavy trucking equipment, etc. It is available in multiple lengths and internal bussing conﬁgurations. This allows for up to three separate power input circuits and 32 individual output circuits. Speciﬁcations Input Terminal Rating: 1/4-20 stud; Quick-connect terminals provided on middle bus (Series 15713). 200A max total input for unit. Output Terminal Rating: 30A max load per circuit. Temperature Rating: –40°F (–40°C) to 260°F (125°C) Materials: Black thermoplastic. Termination: Delphi Packard Pack-Con® Series 3 & 5.* Input Wire Size: #4-6 AWG Output Wire Size: #10-16 AWG Torque Rating: 50 in-lbs (5.6N m) max. Mounting Torque Rating: #10-32 threaded inserts, 24 in-lbs (2.7N m) max torque. Fuse Panels Options Positions: 8-32 Circuits available. Split Power: Single, dual, or triple bus options Cover: Splash-resistant covers available. Short cover for fuses only, and taller cover for use with circuit breakers Locks: Secondary locks available for securing of output terminals (#15710-TP). (Comes in multiples of 8 positions. Must order multiple strips to cover length of selected RTA.) Tools: Output terminal removal tool (#HT15710-01). Secondary lock removal tool (#HT15710-02). *Electrical Terminals are NOT supplied by Cooper Bussmann. Dimensions - mm(in)
Speciﬁcations Input Terminal Rating: #10-32 Threaded studs (100A max). Output Terminal Rating: 30A Max per circuit. Temperature Rating: –20°F (0°C) to 150°F (65°C). Materials: Black thermoplastic. Termination: .250" x .032" quick-connect terminals. Ground terminal pad option available. Input wire size: #4-6 AWG. Output wire size: #12-16 AWG. Torque Rating: 20 in-lbs (2.25N m) max. Mounting Torque Rating: 8 in-lbs (0.9N m) max. Power Distribution The 15600 ATC® fuse panel is a compact, yet rugged, power distribution module. It is available in a single or dual internal buss electrical conﬁguration featuring an optional ground pad terminal strip. The 15600 fuse panel is surface mounted, uses convenient quick-connect terminals, and is recommended as a supplemental power distribution module. It can be used to accompany main PDMs such as the Cooper Bussmann 31000/32000 Series VEC/DVEC, 15710 Series RTA, and the 1540X Series RFRM. Fuse Panels Options Positions: 4-20 circuits available. Split Power: Single or dual buss options. Dimensions - mm(in) 15600 Series 15602 Series .22" DIA. HOLE WITH .41 x .12 DEEP C'BORE (4X) "L" "L" "C" "C" Series 15600 85.59 (3.37) 26.92 (1.06) 26.92 (1.06") 63.50 (2.50) 15.75 (.62) .250" QC (COPPER ALLOY - TIN PLATED) No. of Fuse 15.75 TYP (.62") 20.32 (.80) 30.98 (1.22) Ground Terminal Base Option (12) .250" QC TERMINALS W/COMMON WIRING STUD, ADD 1.300" TO "L" FOR OVERALL LENGTH 04 06 08 10 12 (15600 -10-20 SHOWN)
Designed to separate a single source into multiple feeds on output. Product Overview The GMT Fuse Panel for NetSure® systems is designed to provide overcurrent protection, separating a single source into multiple feeds on the output of a DC source. This panel accepts GMT fuses from 1A to15A and can be populated with up to 20 fuses. The panel comes configured as a single load output, but can be converted, in the field, to an A & B output easily. The fuses plug into one of (20) mounting positions on the front panel. Each position has a localized return landing. An isolated Form-C alarm output is available on the panel as well as a resistive battery alarm output. This panel can be mounted in a 19" or 23" relay rack. Application The GMT Fuse Panel is ideal for installations where overcurrent protection or separation of load circuits is required on the output of a rectifier or converter. This panel is compatible with NetSure® DC power systems from Emerson or as a standalone item. Additional information For additional specification, engineering or installation information, use specification number 545700. 135D-NSGMT / 0211 1 GMT Fuse Panel for NetSure® Systems GMT Fuse Panel Specifications Ordering Information Input/Output DC Voltage Current Part Number 248610301 -48VDC 80A Ampere Rating 18/100 GMT -A Fuse Color Violet Red - 40C to +65C - 40C to +85C 0% to 95% non-condensing UL/cUL 248610500 3/4 Brown 248610700 1-1/3 White 248610800 2 Orange
The MultiGain Wireless (MGW) is a digital, fixed wireless access system, designed to provide optimal communication solutions in a wide range of environments and applications. The entire system is controlled by the RPCU, which in turn provides the interface to the switching network using V5.2 protocol or through an Analogue Interface Unit (AIU). Both the AIU and the RPCU are installed in racks, and must be powered via the appropriate FUSE PANEL, supplied by Alvarion. This document lists the available FUSE PANELS together with their relevant installation instructions. Chapter 1 – Introduction: Describes the three types of available Fuse Panels, along a number of safety warnings and instructions. Chapter 2 – Installation Instructions: Presents an explanation for the installation of the Fuse Panel, as well as providing diagrams to use with the installation.