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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.
Consumer Aftermarket Catalog Fuse Panels, Blocks, Junction Blocks & Terminal Strips Designed for versatility, durability and ease-of-installation, Cooper Bussmann fuse panels and blocks deliver the ideal solution for many applications. Cooper Bussmann fuse panels and blocks are molded of high-performance thermoplastic, and feature high quality hardware in a choice of connector styles. Fuse Panels For Blade Fuses Power Distribution Relay Module & Fuse Block RTMF Fuse Panel - ATM Footprint The 24 volt CBPRM contains a 35A relay and two FMX fuse positions (one protects the relay and the other a single-circuit in-line fuse) The Rear Terminal 20 Position ATM Fuse Panel provides efficient power distribution in a rugged compact package. The sealed Power Relay Module (CBPRM) and Power Fuse Module (CBPFM) are compact power distribution modules for high current applications having extreme moisture and high vibration. The CBPFM has two FMX fuse positions for separate circuits. The RTMF offers a weather tight enclosure (IP66/67) for ATM blade fuses and circuit breakers when cover, cable seals, and cavity plugs are installed.* Shown with deep cover. Fuses and circuit breakers sold separately. FMX fuses sold separately. Both the CBPRM and CBPFM feature rugged M8 power input studs, and an IP66 removable, weather-tight cover to protect the fuse positions. Electrical terminations not supplied by Cooper Bussmann. Part No. Part No. RTMF RTMF-SC RTMF-DC 20 position fuse block 20 position fuse block with shallow cover 20 position fuse block with deep cover *Electrical terminals, cable seals and cavity plugs are either Delphi Packard Metri-Pack® 280 Series terminals (sealed/tangless) or AMP® terminals. They accept #12-22 AWG wire sizes. Delphi Packard 280 Series cavity plugs are installed where wires are not used. Seals and cavity plugs not sold by Cooper Bussmann.
FB Series DC Load Circuit Panels 1-800-443-4859 • FB-9 Nine DC load circuits • FB-12 Twelve DC load circuits • FB-15 Fifteen DC load circuits • Three DC positive inputs for converter and batteries. • Galvanized metal chassis and hinged cover. • Terminal bar for 12 volt negative connections. • Utilizes standard automotive “blade” type fuses. FB-9 shown Maximum 20 ampere load per load circuit. (Fuses not supplied with unit.) Use with 7400 Series or any “Deck-mount” style converter system without a “built-in” DC load distribution panel. The Power to Bring People and Places Together ! 1-800-443-4859 7400 Series & FB Series Fuse Panel typical connections 8 AWG CU minimum w/ 90 degree Celsius insulation rating required, appropriately fused at 55 amperes maximum within 18” of battery. DC Positive Input terminals are electrically connected together and may be used for source DC positive connections as desired. + Load circuit fuses should be appropriately rated to protect the AWG wire gauge of the load circuit wiring used. 8 AWG CU minimum w/ 90 degree Celsius insulation rating required. 8 AWG CU minimum w/ 90 degree Celsius insulation rating required. 12 volt load circuit wiring (positives). Lights, stereo, pumps etc. 12 volt load circuit wiring (negatives) . 8 AWG CU minimum required for chassis bonding.
Notes: 1980-1982 cars use ceramic fuses! 1980-1982 cars had a recall for the fuel pump relay. These cars should have a relay bypass adapter installed in the original fuel pump relay location (position L), which is then connected to the fuel pump relay that has been relocated to the top of the panel. If your car has factory-installed heated seats, the relays for this option are under each front seat (#443919533A). If your car has a factory-installed 2-stage after-run cooling fan system ('88+), the relay for this fan is mounted to the left front fender (#141951253B). If your car has a factory-installed power windows, there is a control unit beneath the dash on the passenger side (#191959875). If your car has a factory-installed power top, there is a covered thermo-fuse above the relay panel. Relays for options/equipment not shown in the diagrams (part numbers follow): o Intake manifold heating ~ carburetor (#171906383) o Intake manifold heating ~ EX, EW, DX engines (#191906383C) o Daytime running lights (#701919505) o Headlight washers (#701955200) o Fog lamps (#141951253B) o Power convertible top (#141951253B) o Power windows ~ Europe (#141951253B) o Temperature sensor (#191906086) ALL 1983-1993 Cabriolets have CE1 electrics.
The DP-GMT-12 Fuse panel is a Rack mount (1U) 100 Amp 12 VDC power distribution panel that provides up to 20 load circuits protected by individual GMT series fuses (fuses not included). Each circuit can be fused up to 15 Amps, with a total 20-circuit load of 100 Amps maximum. Heavy duty DC input connectors provide strong ¼ inch studs to accept up to 100 amps at 12 VDC from a single power supply. All inputs and outputs are isolated from the frame for use in positive ground, negative ground, or floating applications. Fuses and LED status indicators are on the front of the unit, while input, output, and alarm connections are on the rear. Two green LEDs are provided, and each one indicates power supply status for a bank of ten load circuits. When any fuse fails, a red LED is turned on to indicate the condition, and allow technicians to quickly find the panel with the failed fuse. Form C relay contacts, which are isolated from the frame and power circuits, indicate when there is a fuse failure by providing normally open and normally closed contacts to activate remote alarm or monitoring systems. These contacts are available via a rear-panel barrier strip. Additional DuraComm services are available to customize the DP-20GMT series distribution panels to your specifications.
What is the coverage policy for Anthem Blue Cross members regarding the H1N1 vaccination? Anthem Blue Cross will reimburse for the administration of the H1N1 vaccine for all fully insured members regardless of the individual’s benefit plan and ASO members with self insured employer plans unless the group specifically opts out of covering the vaccine. Additionally, Anthem Blue Cross health plans are waiving deductibles, co-pays and co-insurance for services related to the H1N1 vaccine administration and providing coverage for services regardless of a member’s benefit coverage. How should my practice bill for the H1N1 vaccine and administration service? Please note that effective 9/28/2009, the American Medical Association (AMA) CPT Editorial Panel published a new code specific to administration of the H1N1 vaccine. The newly created CPT code, 90470 should be used to bill the administration of H1N1 immunization. CPT code 90663 is used specifically for the H1N1 vaccine and not for its administration. Since the government is paying for the vaccine, providers do NOT need to bill for this; however, if you choose to use 90663, it should be billed at $0.01 (1 cent) for administrative (non-reimbursable) purposes. The new CPT codes will help to efficiently report and track immunization and counseling services related to the H1N1 vaccine throughout the entire health care system. For administration of both the seasonal flu vaccine and the H1N1 vaccine at the same time, the recommended billing is: 90470 for the H1N1 administration, and for the seasonal flu vaccine administration the appropriate codes from 90466, 90468, 90472 or 90474 based on the individual’s age and CPT coding directions. If the H1N1 vaccine is being administered for two doses and the vaccine administration occurs on different dates of service, please bill each claim using the guidance noted above.
To Start Speech Recognition in Windows 7 1. Go to the Start button . 2. Click on Control Panel. 3. Click on Search box in the upper right-hand corner. Figure 1: Speech Recognition Bar 4. Type “Speech”. 5. Click on Speech Recognition. 6. Click on Start Speech Recognition. 7. Click on Next. 8. Select the type of microphone you are using and click on Next. 9. Check the position of your microphone and click on Next. 10. Read the sentence provided and click on Next. Note: You can proceed to the next page only after reading the sentences. 11. Click on Next. 12. Choose “Disable document review” radio button and click on Next. 13. Choose “Voice activation mode” radio button and click on Next. 14. Click on Next. 15. Click on Next. Note: you can access the list of commands the computer can respond to later if you do not want to print it out at this time (see “To View Common Speech Recognition Commands” below) 16. Click on Next. Note: you can uncheck “Run Speech Recognition at startup” box if you do not want Speech Recognition to start automatically. 17. Click on Start Tutorial if you are new to Speech Recognition or Skip Tutorial Note: you can take the tutorial at another time (see “To Start Speech Tutorial” instructions below). pg. 3 To Open Speech Recognition at Startup Figure 2: Speech Recognition Menu Options 1. Right-click on Speech Recognition Bar to get a list of options (see figure 2). 2. Move mouse over Options. 3. Click on Run at startup from the sub-menu. To Start Speech Tutorial 1. Right-click on Speech Recognition Bar. 2. Click on Start Speech Tutorial. How to Control the Microphone 1. Say “start listening” or click the Microphone to start the listening mode. 2. Say “stop listening” or click the Microphone to stop the listening mode. To Improve Speech Recognition Accuracy 1. Right-click on Speech Recognition Bar. 2. Move mouse over Configuration. 3. Click on Improve Voice Recognition from the sub-menu. 4. Follow the Speech Recognition Voice Training tutorial.
Based on recommendations from the Prostate Cancer Clinical Guideline Panel of the American Urological Association The AUA Foundation is the nation’s leading voluntary urological healthcare organization that promotes research, patient/public education and advocacy. Our mission is to improve prevention, detection, treatment and, ultimately cure urologic diseases. This information is not intended to substitute for a consultation with a urologist. It is offered to educate the patient and his or her family on the basis of urology conditions in order to get the most out of their office visits and consultations. © C o p y r i g h t 2 0 0 8 A m e r i c a n U ro lo g i c a l A s s o c i at i o n F o u n dat i o n Th e M a n ag e m e n t o f L o c a l i z e d P ro s tat e C a n c e r : P at i e n t G u i d e 3 Figure 1. What is the prostate? BLADDER SEMINAL VESICLE URETHRA RECTUM PROSTATE As a man ages, his chance of having prostate cancer increases. Prostate cancer is the second most common type of cancer found in American men. It is the second leading cause of cancer death among American men. However, with advancements in cancer screening and treatment, the death rate for prostate cancer is going down. TESTICLE Fairman Studios, LLC The prostate is part of the male reproductive system. It is about the same size as a walnut and weighs about an ounce. As pictured in Figure 1, the prostate is below the bladder and in front of the rectum. The prostate goes all the way around a tube called the urethra. The urethra carries urine from the bladder out through the penis. The main job of the prostate is to make fluid for semen. During ejaculation, sperm made in the testicles moves to the urethra. At the same time, fluid from the prostate and the seminal vesicles also moves into the urethra. This mixture—semen—goes through the urethra and out the penis.
With Webstore Associates, you can feature products from Amazon.com on your Webstore. If you have Amazon Checkout enabled, customers can purchase your Webstore products and Amazon products at the same time. Amazon Associate product detail pages will appear the same as your products, giving your Webstore a consistent theme and brand. When customers purchase Amazon products from your Webstore, you can receive Amazon Associates revenue, and receive ratings and reviews from Amazon.com. Webstore Associates also supports widgets that display Amazon.com products such as the Associates Search Query and Amazon Associates widgets. Webstore Associates supports an integrated cart and checkout experience where customers may checkout with both Associates (Syndicated) products as well your Webstore products. IMPORTANT: Webstore Associates only supports Webstore sellers who have the Amazon Checkout option. Amazon Checkout must be enabled in order to use this widget. Webstore sellers may optionally link to the Amazon Associates program to receive commission. Amazon Associates program, not Webstore, is solely responsible for commission, eligibility, and registration of Amazon Associates. Enabling the Webstore Associates Feature Webstore Associates is a self-service feature. Once your Webstore is enabled for Webstore Associates, use Webstore Associates-enabled widgets to display Amazon products on your Webstore. To enable Webstore Associates: 1. From Seller Central, on the Settings tab click Control Panel. 2. Under General Webstore Settings, click Associates Configuration. The Amazon Associates for Webstore page appears. 3. Check the box next to Enable Associates for your Webstore. 4. In Associate Tracking ID type your associate's tracking ID. Your Associates Tracking ID can be found on the upper right hand corner of the Amazon Associates homepage. 5. Select the Associate filters you wish to apply by checking the box. Amazon Offers only: Display only items sold by Amazon.com. Prime Offers only: Display only Prime-eligible offers.
This paper explores the effects of bank credit on firm growth before and after the recent financial crisis outbreak, taking into account different structural characteristics of the banking sector and the domestic economy. The econometric method of panel quantiles is used on a large sample of 2075 firms operating in the euro area (17 countries) for the period 2005-2011. The main results of this paper indicate a strong dependence of firm growth on credit expansion before the crisis. However, post-2008, the credit crunch seems to seriously affect only slow-growth firms and especially those operating in domestic bank-dominated economies. Furthermore, the classification of firms in groups by size yields interesting results: the credit crunch exhibits a strong impact on small firms only. Separate estimates for more and less financially developed economies show that the credit crunch matters mainly in countries with a lower degree of financial development. Moreover, our findings reveal that the degree of banking concentration affects firm growth in a negative way in most estimates. Finally, risk and financial stability matter for firm growth for the total sample and for domestic bank-dominated economies, while in general they do not matter when markets are dominated by foreign banks. Keywords: Credit Crunch; Firm Growth; Foreign Bank Penetration; Banking Concentration; Financial Crisis; Panel Quantile Regressions; Financial Development JEL classification: E51; L25; L10; G21 Acknowledgments: Thanks are due to Heather Gibson and participants at the EARIE 2013 and ASSET 2013 conferences for many useful and insightful comments and suggestions. Correspondence: Helen Louri Bank of Greece, 21 E. Venizelos Ave., 10250 Athens, Greece. Tel.: +30 210 320 2007 Email: email@example.com