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Congratulations on your purchase of a new Rough Country 2”/3” Body Lift. We are committed to providing you with the best product available for the best value. Your satisfaction is our highest priority! This instruction sheet addresses both 2” and 3” body lifts for Jeep TJ Rough Country recommends a certified technician installs this system. In addition to these instructions, professional knowledge of disassemble/reassembly procedures as well as post installation checks must be known. Check the kit hardware against the parts list. Be sure you have all the needed parts and understand where they go. Also please review the tools needed list and make sure you have needed tools. PRODUCT USE INFORMATION As a general rule, the taller a vehicle is the easier it will roll. We strongly recommend, because of rollover possibility, that the vehicle be equipped with a functional roll-bar and cage system. Seat belts and shoulder harnesses should be worn at all times. Avoid situations where a side rollover may occur. Do not add, alter, or fabricate any factory or after-market parts which increase vehicle height over the intended height of the Rough Country product purchased. We will not be responsible for any product that is altered. This 2”or 3” combination body lift / replacement body bushing kit can be used with Rough Country’s lift kit if desired to allow the fitment of larger tires for off road use. NOTICE TO DEALER AND VECHICLE OWNER Any vehicle equipped with any Rough Country product must have the “Warning to Driver” decal installed on the sun visor or dash. The decal is to act as a constant reminder for whoever is operating the vehicle of its unique handling characteristics. BODY LIFT PRE INSTALLATION NOTES: To ensure the SRS system (Air bag system) is not accidentally deployed during installation, always ground yourself and...

Why use Zend Framework on IBM i? - Alan Seiden Consulting

Why Use Zend Framework? Alan Seiden PHP on IBM i consultant/developer email: blog: Strategic Business Systems, Inc. • Developing Web apps on IBM i (and iSeries, i5...) since 1996 • Based in Ramsey, New Jersey • IBM Business Partner  Power Systems hardware, software, development, consulting • Zend Business Partner  Working with Zend since they brought PHP to IBM i in 2006  We offer Zend’s training and Zend Server software to complement our consulting/development services Alan Seiden, Strategic Business Systems Why Use Zend Framework | | 2 Alan Seiden PHP on IBM i Developer / Consultant / Mentor • • • Contributor to IBM’s Redbook PHP: Zend Core for i5/OS First IBM i developer certified in Zend Framework Developer of IBM/COMMON’s “Best Web Solution” of 2009 Contact: or 201-327-9400 Blog/articles: Alan Seiden, Strategic Business Systems Why Use Zend Framework | | 3 What we’ll discuss today • Zend Framework as the premier PHP framework • Why ZF is a great match for the IBM i • What ZF can do for your PHP/i projects • How to get started! • Questions Alan Seiden, Strategic Business Systems Why Use Zend Framework | | 4 What I’ve been doing lately with PHP and ZF Alan Seiden, Strategic Business Systems Why Use Zend Framework | | 5

The Curtain Rod Shop - Modern Contemporary Drapery Hardware

The Curtain Rod Shop gives your home a new look with contemporary drapery hardware, also with the best customer service to help you choose the hardware that’s right for you. For more information or peruse our selections please visit, or call us at 877.245.4724.

iOS 6 FAQ - Tekserve FAQ
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About Tekserve… We started using Apple’s Macintosh computer in 1984, and we still think that Apple makes great tools. For the most part, they “just work.” But they have a lot of depth, an abundance of features, and some quirks that aren’t obvious at first. We get asked a lot of questions, and decided to share the answers. Tekserve started out as a repair shop, and we still offer service, but we’ve grown to a staff of over 200 people helping clients—from individuals to Fortune 100 companies—to make technology serve their needs. Tekserve has a 25,000-square-foot walk-in store and warehouse in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood. We stock virtually every current Apple product, as well as thousands of related hardware, software, and accessory items. We also work with Verizon Wireless and can equip you or your business with iPhones, iPads, and cellular hotspots, and help you manage and reduce cell phone costs. We don’t sell everything: We sell products that we’re comfortable recommending to meet your specific needs. We can train you and your staff in the best use of your Apple devices and related software, in group classes or individual sessions. We can help you configure your devices, iCloud, backups, and more. When you’re ready to purchase a Mac, you can sit down with one of our systems consultants for no-nonsense advice.

Release Notice - Backelite
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We are happy to announce the release of the HTML5-based framework WOPE 5.3. Note that this release is no longer compatible with the old BKML markup. HTML5 is now the only supported markup. Read the release notes below to find out about all enhancements... This delivery includes: • This document Release_Notice-5.3.25-en-US.pdf • The complete WOPE Web application wope-5.3.25.war • Resources used to customize UI widgets • Examples of customizable error pages • The english version of the Developer Handbook Developer_Handbook-5.3.25-en-US.pdf • The english version of the Operating Handbook Operating_Handbook-5.3.25-en-US.pdf... New UI components with mind blowing effects • 3D coverflow widget. • Animated charts - pie, line, bars - using vector graphics. • Popup widget with overlay effects. 1 Release Notice • Custom skins with native iOS / Android / Windows Phone look and feel. • Advanced carousel widget with rich content... • No letterbox black bars on iPhone 5 when viewing the website in the full-screen webapp mode. • New blur and greyscale CSS3 filters available for calendar and popup widgets. • Fully compatible with Smart App Banners, Splash screens and Retina shortcuts icons. • File upload is now available... • You can now use variables within CSS files for easier customization. • Smoother CSS animations using hardware acceleration if available. • Automatic rewriting of Manifest file contents with device-tuned resources entries. • Added media attribute to the tag. • Added disabled attribute to the tags. • Added target attribute to the tag. • WOPE's resources path has been changed to /bkimages, instead of /images to allow the use of /images by the target application. • More than 35 new devices added to the detection pool including the latest Apple, Samsung, Nokia, Motorola, Sony, LG and Blackberry flagship products, plus Windows Phone 8 support has been added.

Keypad Scanner and Encoder - University of Colorado Colorado ...

Lab #5: Design Example: Keypad Scanner and Encoder - Part 1 (120 pts) Objective The objective of lab assignments 5 through 9 are to systematically design and implement an FPGA-based keypad scanner. The keypad scanner will utilize a FIFO for data storage and retrieval, a display mux, and the seven-segment displays, slide switches, and LEDs of the Digilent Spartan3 prototyping board. The top level block diagram of the system is shown in Figure 1 and the I/O in Table 1. When a button of the hex keypad is pressed the system must decode the button and store the data in an internal FIFO. The read button will be used to read data from the FIFO and display the data on the seven-segment displays. The mode_toggle input will be used to toggle between display states so that more than eight signals can be presented for view on the LED’s. The LEDs will display the status of the FIFO and other information. The hardware prototype will be verified to operate with the Grayhill 072 hex Keypad. A system partition is shown in Figure 2. As input mode_toggle is depressed output DGrp will toggle between DGrp1, DGrp2, and DGrp3 as denoted in...

Parallel I/O and Keyboard Scanning
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Microprocessors can monitor the outside world using input ports. They can also control it using output ports. The 68HC9S12C32 performs I/O using 11 ports (although you will have access to only 6 I/O ports on board). Computer keyboards are typically wired as rows and columns of individual key switches. This switch matrix is then scanned to determine if a key is pressed, and if so, which one. The I/O capability of the 68HCS12 can be used to do this scanning. In this lab, you will learn, • How to perform simple parallel input and output transfers using ports M and T. • How to use polling to do data transfers. • How to interface the keypad with the 68HCS12. • How to scan the keypad and detect that a key has been pressed. • How to de-bounce the keypad using software. 7.2 Related material to read: • Basic Concepts of I/O: Section 7.2 in the text, page 230. • Overview of 68HC12 Parallel Port: Section 7.5 in the text, pages 234 – 242. • Interfacing with Simple Input & Output Devices: Section 7.6 in the text, pages 242 – 258. • Interfacing the 68HC12 to a Keypad: Section 7.8 in the text, pages 264 - 269. -1- Lab 7 • Parallel I/O and Keyboard Scanning Detailed register map: MC9S12C Family Device User Guide, pages 33 – 50. 7.3 Parallel I/O using 68HCS12: The 68HC12 has eleven 8-bit I/O ports, but for this lab you will only use ports M and T. The microcontroller uses its address, data, and control buses to control I/O hardware as if...

NI 9758 Port Fuel Injector Driver Module User Manual - National ...

The National Instruments 9758 Port Fuel Injector (PFI) Driver Module includes a CompactRIO (cRIO) module for driving low and high impedance Port Fuel Injectors (PFI) and general purpose automotive solenoid valves and actuators. The NI 9758 includes a LabVIEW FPGA VI for controlling each driver channel. Each PFI channel is individually controlled for timing and duration. Each general purpose low-side solenoid driver is PWM controlled, capable of 0% to 100% duty cycle operation. Features: • 4-channel low or high impedance PFI driver – Turnable current level and duration for each phase – Optional recirculation at end of pulse – • Two phase current control – Open and short circuit detection and reporting with short circuit disable 4-channel general purpose low-side solenoid driver – 1.5 A continuous duty – PWM controlled • • – 2 Hz to 10 kHz frequency operation • • 0% to 100% duty cycle operation 500 ns resolution Open and short circuit detection and reporting with short circuit disable External power supply of 7 V to 32 V Pinout Figure 1. NI 9758 Pin Assignments 2 | | NI 9758 User Manual Hardware The NI 9758 provides four port fuel injector drivers and four general purpose low-side solenoid drivers in a NI CompactRIO module. Powering the Module The NI 9758 requires power from two different sources, a 15-pin D-SUB (HD15) connector and the external screw-terminal connector. The CompactRIO backplane male high density D-SUB 15-pin (HD15) connector mates with the module’s female HD15 connector. This power source provides a regulated 5 V and ground to various digital logic functions within the module. The CompactRIO 5 V source is active whenever the CompactRIO or R Series Expansion Chassis is properly powered. The NI 9758 should only be powered at the HD15 connector by plugging it into a CompactRIO or R Series Expansion Chassis. The NI9758 HD15 connector should not be connected to any other device. The external screw-terminal connector with the terminals labeled BATT (0) and GND (9) provide a second power source. Typical power sources will be from automotive 12 V or 24 V battery systems. The NI 9758 can accept power from 7 V to 32 V. The NI 9758 requires a maximum of 100 mA from an external power supply. When actuators and injectors are connected to and powered from the same power supply as the NI 9758, a battery or power supply capable of 10 A continuous output will be required under a full load. The NI 9758 requires both external power and power from the CompactRIO backplane. The high current path is directed through the BATT and GND terminals on the front of the NI 9758, not through the HD15 backplane connector. Note ...

Samsung Galaxy S III User Guide - i-wireless

Using this manual Thank you for choosing this Samsung mobile device. This device will provide you with high-quality mobile communication and entertainment based on Samsung’s exceptional technology and high standards. This manual has been specially designed to guide you through the functions and features of your device. Read me first Before using your device, read the entire manual and all safety instructions to ensure safe and proper use. ●● The descriptions in this manual are based on the default settings of your device. ●● The images and screenshots used in this manual may differ from the actual product. ●● The contents of this manual may differ from the product, or from software provided by service providers or carriers, and are subject to change without prior notice. Access the Samsung website ( for the latest version of the manual. ●● Available features and additional services may vary by device, software, or service provider. ●● Formatting and delivery of this manual is based on Android operating systems and may vary depending on the user’s operating system. ●● Applications on this device may perform differently from comparable computer applications and may not include all functions available in the computer version. Applications and their functions may vary by region or hardware specifications. Samsung is not liable for performance issues caused by third-party applications. ●● Samsung is not liable for performance issues or incompatibilities caused by edited registry settings or modified operating system software. Attempting to customise the operating system may cause your device or applications to work improperly. ●● You can upgrade your device’s software by accessing the Samsung website ( ●● Software, audio, wallpapers, and images provided in this device are licensed for limited use between Samsung and their respective owners. Extracting and using these materials for commercial or other purposes is an infringement of copyright laws. Samsung is not liable for such copyright infringement by users. ●● You may incur additional charges for data services, such as messaging, uploading and downloading, auto-syncing, or using location services. To avoid additional charges, select an appropriate data tariff plan. For details, contact your service provider. ●● Please keep this manual for future reference. ●● Using this manual

Getting started with Logitech® Wireless Speaker Adapter for ...

Setting up the wireless speaker adapter 1. Connect the power supply to the wireless speaker adapter. 2. Plug the power supply into an AC outlet. 3. Connect the wireless speaker adapter to powered speakers or an AV receiver using the included Y-cable. 4. Press the connect button on the wireless speaker adapter to place it in Bluetooth® pairing mode. 5. The wireless speaker adapter connects to smart phones, tablets, and Bluetooth-enabled computers. Put your Bluetooth device in pairing mode. (Refer to the documentation that comes with your device for pairing instructions.) If your Bluetooth device requests a security code, PIN, or pass code, enter 0000. The Bluetooth connection is made. You’re ready to play some music. For PC users: Specifying the wireless speaker adapter as the default audio output device for your operating system Windows® XP 1. Go to the Start/Control Panel/Sounds and Audio Devices/Audio tab. 2. In the Sound Playback/Default Device window, choose Logitech Wireless Speaker Adapter. 3. Click OK, and then restart your media application. Windows® Vista and Windows® 7 1. Go to the Start/Control Panel/Hardware and Sound/Sound/Playback Devices tab. 2. Choose Playback Devices, and then choose Logitech Wireless Speaker Adapter. 3. Click Set Default, and then click OK. 4. Restart your media application. Mac® OS X 1. Open System Preferences. 2. Select the Sound/Output tab. 3. Select Logitech Wireless Speaker Adapter. 4. Restart your media application. Wireless connection indications Einrichten des Wireless Speaker Adapter 1. Schließen Sie das Stromkabel an den Adapter an. 2. Schließen Sie das Stromkabel an eine Steckdose an. 3. Schließen Sie den Wireless Speaker Adapter mithilfe des mitgelieferten Y-Kabels an Lautsprecher mit eigenem Stromanschluss oder an einen AVEmpfänger an. 4. Drücken Sie die Verbindungstaste auf dem Adapter, um ihn in den Bluetooth®-Pairing-Modus zu versetzen. 5. Der Wireless Speaker Adapter kann eine Verbindung zu Smartphones, Tablet-PCs und Bluetooth-fähigen Computern herstellen. Versetzen Sie Ihr Bluetooth-Gerät in den Pairing-Modus. (In der Dokumentation zu Ihrem Gerät finden Sie Anweisungen zum Pairing.) Falls Ihr Bluetooth-Gerät Sie zur Eingabe eines Sicherheitscodes, einer PIN oder eines Passcodes auffordert, geben Sie 0000 ein. Die Bluetooth-Verbindung wurde hergestellt. Sie können jetzt Musik hören. Für PC-Benutzer: Einrichten des Wireless Speaker Adapter als Standardgerät für die Audioausgabe auf Ihrem Betriebssystem Windows® XP 1. Klicken Sie auf „Start > Systemsteuerung > Sounds und Audiogeräte“ und wählen Sie die Registerkarte „Audio“. 2. Wählen Sie im Abschnitt „Soundwiedergabe“ unter „Standardgerät“ den Logitech Wireless Speaker Adapter. 3. Klicken Sie auf „OK“ und starten Sie Ihre Multimedia-Anwendung neu. Windows® Vista und Windows® 7 1. Klicken Sie auf „Start > Systemsteuerung > Hardware und Sound > Sound“ und wählen Sie die Registerkarte „Wiedergabegeräte“. 2. Wählen Sie „Wiedergabegeräte“ und anschließend Logitech Wireless Speaker Adapter. 3. Klicken Sie auf „Als Standard“ und anschließend auf „OK“. 4. Starten Sie die Multimedia-Anwendung neu. Mac® OS X 1. Öffnen Sie die Systemeinstellungen. 2. Wählen Sie die Registerkarte „Ton/Ausgabe“. 3. Wählen Sie den Logitech Wireless Speaker Adapter. 4. Starten Sie die Multimedia-Anwendung neu.