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Child Safety Protect your child by installing a child seat engineered to survive crash forces. Unlike your arms, it’s the safest method available for child protection in a car accident. 2012 ACADIA/ACADIA DENALI We have tried to make this brochure as comprehensive as possible. However, we reserve the right to make changes at any time, without notice, in colors, materials, equipment, specifications, option packages and model availability. As some information may have been updated since the time of printing, please check with your GM dealer for complete details. FIND THE RIGHT SEAT • Use an infant-only seat for infants up to 14 kg. Keep it rear-facing and semi-reclined. Be sure the harness comes from slots at or below the baby’s shoulders and is snug when buckled. • Use your convertible child seat in a forward-facing and upright position for toddlers and children between 14 and 30 kg. Be sure the harness straps are coming from above the child’s shoulders. • For children between 30 and 45 kg use a belt-positioning-booster seat. • Children over 46 kg must pass the safety-belt-fit criteria before wearing a normal car safety belt. • Knees should bend naturally at the edge of the seat. • The lap belt should sit low on the hips. • The shoulder part of the seatbelt should rest on the shoulder or collarbone. • The child should be able to maintain this position for the length of your trip. NEVER DO THIS ALWAYS DO THIS ALWAYS REMEMBER • Place all children under 13 in a back seat. • Never place a rear-facing child seat in front of an airbag. • Use a child seat for all children until they can safely wear the adult seatbelt. • Be sure you have one seatbelt for every person. • NEVER place the shoulder belt under the arm or behind the back. • Be sure all child seats are locked into the car using the LATCH system or the seatbelt.
Data Sheet AAT001-10E TMR Angle Sensor Key Features • Tunneling Magnetoresistance (TMR) Technology • Very High Output Signal Without Amplification • Wide Airgap Tolerance • Very High Resistance for Extremely Low Power • Sine and Cosine Outputs for Direction Detection • Ultraminiature TDFN6 Package Typical Applications • Rotary Encoders • Batttery-Powered Rotary Position Sensors • Motor Shaft Position Sensors Description The AAT001-10E angle sensor is a low power, high output magnetic sensor element able to provide rotational position measurements when a rotating magnetic field is applied to the sensor. Sine and cosine signals are available for a quadrature output. The sensor element has a resistance of approximately 1.25 MΩ and can be operated at typical battery voltages to conserve power. Outputs are proportional to the supply voltage and peak-to-peak output voltages are much larger than other sensor technologies. The part is packaged in NVE’s 2.5 mm x 2.5 mm x 0.8 mm TDFN6 surface-mount package. Operation Each of the four sensor elements contains two magnetic layers: a “pinned,” or fixed direction layer; and a movable-direction, or “free” layer. The diagram below illustrates the configuration, using arrows to represent the magnetic orientation of the layers:...
GP2D12 Optoelectronic Device FEATURES • Analog output • Effective Range: 10 to 80 cm • LED pulse cycle duration: 32 ms 1 2 3 • Typical response time: 39 ms • Typical start up delay: 44 ms • Average current consumption: 33 mA PIN SIGNAL NAME • Detection area diameter @ 80 cm: 6 cm 1 VO DESCRIPTION 2 GND The GP2D12 is a distance measuring sensor with integrated signal processing and analog voltage output. 3 VCC GP2D12-8 Figure 1. Pinout VCC GND PSD SIGNAL PROCESSING CIRCUIT VOLTAGE REGULATOR OSCILLATOR CIRCUIT LED DRIVE CIRCUIT OUTPUT CIRCUIT LED VO DISTANCE MEASURING IC GP2D12-4 Figure 2. Block Diagram 1 Data Sheet GP2D12 ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS Absolute Maximum Ratings Ta = 25°C, VCC = 5 VDC PARAMETER SYMBOL RATING UNIT Supply Voltage VCC -0.3 to +7.0 V Output Terminal Voltage VO -0.3 to (VCC + 0.3) V Operating Temperature Topr -10 to +60 °C Storage Temperature Tstg -40 to +70 °C Operating Supply Voltage PARAMETER SYMBOL RATING UNIT Operating Supply Voltage VCC 4.5 to 5.5 V Electro-optical Characteristics Ta = 25°C, VCC = 5 VDC PARAMETER SYMBOL Measuring Distance Range ΔL Output Voltage VO CONDITIONS MIN. TYP. MAX. UNIT NOTES 10 80 cm 1, 2 0.25 L = 80 cm 0.4 0.55 V 1, 2 Output Voltage Difference ΔVO Output change at L change 1.75 (80 cm - 10 cm) 2.0 2.25 V 1, 2 Average Supply Current ICC L = 80 cm 33 50 mA 1, 2 - NOTES: 1. Measurements made with Kodak R-27 Gray Card, using the white side, (90% reflectivity). 2. L = Distance to reflective object. VCC (POWER SUPPLY) 38.3 ms ±9.6 ms DISTANCE MEASURMENT OPERATING 1st MEASUREMENT 2nd MEASUREMENT nth MEASUREMENT VO (OUTPUT) UNSTABLE OUTPUT 1st OUTPUT 2nd OUTPUT nth OUTPUT 5.0 ms MAX. GP2D12-5 Figure 3. Timing Diagram 2 Data Sheet GP2D12 RELIABILITY The reliability of requirements of this device are listed in Table 1. Table 1. Reliability TEST ITEMS TEST CONDITIONS FAILURE JUDGEMENT CRITERIA SAMPLES (n), DEFECTIVE (C) Temperature Cycling One cycle -40°C (30 min.) to +70°C in 30 minutes, repeated 25 times n = 11, C = 0 High Temperature and High Humidity Storage +40°C, 90% RH, 500h n = 11, C = 0 High Temperature Storage +70°C, 500h n = 11, C = 0 Low Temperature Storage -40°C, 500h Operational Life (High Temperature) +60°C, VCC = 5 V, 500h Mechanical Shock 100 m / s2, 6.0 ms 3 times / ±X, ±Y, ±Z direction n = 6, C = 0 Variable Frequency Vibration 10-to-55-to-10 Hz i n 1 minute Amplitude: 1.5 mm 2 h i n e a c h X, Y, Z direction n = 6, C = 0 Initial × 0.8 > VO VO > Initial × 1.2 n = 11, C = 0 n = 11, C = 0 NOTES: 1. Test conditions are according to Electro-optical Characteristics, shown on page 2. 2. At completion of the test, allow device to remain at nominal room temperature and humidity (non-condensing) for two hours. 3. Confidence level: 90%, Lot Tolerance Percent Defect (LTPD): 20% / 40%. MANUFACTURER’S INSPECTION Inspection Lot Inspection shall be carried out per each delivery lot. Inspection Method A single sampling plan, normal inspection level II based on ISO 2859 shall be adopted. Table 2. Quality Level DEFECT INSPECTION ITEM and TEST METHOD AQL (%) Major Defect Electro-optical characteristics defect 0.4 Minor Defect Defect to appearance or dimensions (crack, split, chip, scratch, stain)* 1.0 NOTE: *Any one of these that affects the Electro-optical Characteristics shall be considered a defect.
PING)))™ Ultrasonic Distance Sensor (#28015) The Parallax PING))) ultrasonic distance sensor provides precise, non-contact distance measurements from about 2 cm (0.8 inches) to 3 meters (3.3 yards). It is very easy to connect to BASIC Stamp® or Javelin Stamp microcontrollers, requiring only one I/O pin. The PING))) sensor works by transmitting an ultrasonic (well above human hearing range) burst and providing an output pulse that corresponds to the time required for the burst echo to return to the sensor. By measuring the echo pulse width the distance to target can easily be calculated. The PING))) sensor has a male 3-pin header used to supply power (5 VDC), ground, and signal. The header allows the sensor to be plugged into a solderless breadboard, or to be located remotely through the use of a standard servo extender cable (Parallax part #805-00002). Standard connections are show in the diagram to the right. Quick-Start Circuit This circuit allows you to quickly connect your PING))) sensor to a BASIC Stamp® 2 via the Board of Education® breadboard area. The PING))) module’s GND pin connects to Vss, the 5 V pin connects to Vdd, and the SIG pin connects to I/O pin P15. This circuit will work with the example program Ping_Demo.BS2 listed on page 7. Servo Cable and Port Cautions If you want to connect your PING))) sensor to a Board of Education using a servo extension cable, follow these steps: 1. When plugging the cable onto the PING))) sensor, connect Black to GND, Red to 5 V, and White to SIG. 2. Check to see if your Board of Education servo ports have a jumper, as shown at right. 3. If your Board of Education servo ports have a jumper, set it to Vdd as shown. 4. If your Board of Education servo ports do not have a jumper, do not use them with the PING))) sensor. These ports only provide Vin, not Vdd, and this may damage your PING))) sensor. Go to the next step. 5. Connect the servo cable directly to the breadboard with a 3-pin header. Then, use jumper wires to connect Black to Vss, Red to Vdd, and White to I/O pin P15. Board of Education Servo Port Jumper, Set to Vdd © Parallax, Inc. • PING)))TM Ultrasonic Distance Sensor (#28015) • v1.3 6/13/2006
516 B Graves Blvd, Salina, KS Auctioneer’s Note: This Division Has Closed And Selling Lots Of Industrial And Shop Equipment, Portable And Hand Tools, Etc. This Will Be A Very Large Sale With Multiple Rings. Will Include A CNC Machine, Industrial Lathes With Up To 10’ Beds, Press Brake, Shear, Grinders, Band Saws, Drill Presses, Pumps, Motors, Tanks, Etc. Everything Is Top Line And Good Condition. PICKUP - TRAILERS – FUEL TANK - TIRES: 1996 Ford Ranger XL pickup 2WD reg cab 50K miles; 2002 Hillsboro 700 gooseneck trailer w/10k axles; (2) Fastline tandem axle trailers 5’ x 14’ beds 6000 lb axles; (8) NEW Goodyear G670RV 295/80R225 truck tires; pr HD aluminum ramps INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT: Fulland CNC machine mod. FMC-B3H w/bits, controller, accessories 380v; VDF Gebr. Boehringer industrial metal lathe w/10’ bed 380v; Mondiale HD metal lathe; large drill bits with storage rack; HACO nibbler (corner notcher) machine 380v; HACO PPH 2060 6’ press brake 380v; HACO 10’ metal shear 380v; Metabo bench grinder 380v; WELDA/MACC Special 270M horizontal band saw 380v; WELDA/Sahinler BS-42 drill press 380v; WELDA/HM Productions belt sander 380v; MAPE & other brand HD grinders on stands 380v; Start Right band saw 380v; Verheydon 16A drill press 380v; North Star Pro Series generator mod. 8000PPG w/320 hrs; Makita generator mod. G64101R; Troy-Bilt pressure washer 2600 psi 5 hp Honda engine; DeWalt pressure washer; Delta bench top drill press mod. 11-990; Arcan 50-ton press w/several plates & bars; A E.M. 3 30-ton press; parts cleaner; materials stand w/steel plate; asstd round steel stock for lathes; materials stand w/all thread, rod, tubing, bar, channel steel; materials rack 12’ tall x 19’ wide; Cyclone blaster cabinet; Baldor grinder/buffer 208-230v 3 ph; skid loader bucket w/quick connect plate; press; Duz-All router table; boom arm for sucker truck; NEW Greenheck exhaust hood mod. QCBE 220-10; control panel assembly; 80 gallon Ingersoll-Rand air compressor missing motor WELDING EQUIPMENT: Lincoln Idealarc CV-250 welder w/wire feeder; Miller Syncrowave 250DX welder; Cutskill by Victor portable torch kit; Port-A-Torch by Lincoln Electric portable torch kit; welding gauges; Delco Genesis 140 electric welder; cutting torches; welding helmets; face shields; welding gloves & sleeves; welding hoses & torches POWER TOOLS IN CASES: Bosch mod.
The design of the All Digital FM Receiver circuit in this project uses Phase Locked Loop (PLL) as the main core. The task of the PLL is to maintain coherence between the input (modulated) signal frequency, ωi and the respective output frequency, ωo via phase comparison. This self-correcting ability of the system also allows the PLL to track the frequency changes of the input signal once it is locked. Frequency modulated input signal is assumed as a series of numerical values (digital signal) via 8-bit of analog to digital conversion (ADC) circuit. The FM Receiver gets the 8 bit signal every clock cycle and outputs the demodulated signal. The All Digital FM Receiver circuit is designed using VHDL, then simulated and synthesized using ModelSim SE 6 simulator and Xilinx ISE 6.3i, respectively. FPGA implementation also provided, here we use Virtex2 device. The real measurement is done using ChipScope Pro 6.3i. The system of All Digital FM Receiver consists of a digital PLL cascaded with digital low pass filter. The block diagram of system is shown in Fig. 1.
Length: 2 days Prerequisites: General understanding of electrical schematics. Description: The goal of this course is to teach you how to use SolidWorks Electrical to optimize your drawings and designs for manufacturability so you can maximize quality, avoid rework and decrease time to market. The topics covered in this course are: Lesson 1: Projects • Projects • Locations • Zooming and Scrolling Lesson 2: Single Line Diagrams • Archived projects • Opening an existing project • Line diagram symbols • Adding cables • Drawing tools Lesson 3: Cabling • Detailed cabling • Adding manufacturer parts • Terminal Strip • Pin to Pin Connections • Using Copy and Paste Lesson 4: Creating Schematics • Schematics • Drawing multiple wires • Schematic symbols • Symbol properties • Creating new symbols 888.223.3334 www.caddedge.com Engineering Simplified ™
Guide on installing the SolidWorks Electrical 2014 server This guide is written for SolidWorks Electrical 2014 server installation. Before loading any software, you should always log in with full administrative permissions and disable your anti-virus and anti-spyware programs. The installation process has a Java component, be sure your operating system has been updated with Windows Updates recently to avoid any compatibility issues with the installer. A SolidWorks network seat can only be activated once. If you want to move a license to a new system, or from one machine to another, you must transfer that license back beforehand. See the license agreement if you are unsure about this policy. This is not a troubleshooting guide. If you have any technical issues with SolidWorks please contact Hawk Ridge Systems technical support. This document is only to be distributed and used by Hawk Ridge Systems customers. Any other use is prohibited. ©2013 Hawk Ridge Systems www.hawkridgesys.com USA: 1.877.266.4469 CANADA: 1.866.587.6803
Households could cut their fuel bills by £80 a year with the help of a simple "smiley", a study has revealed. Giving people feedback on how much energy they are using compared to their neighbours can have as big an impact on reducing bills as installing loft insulation or upgrading their boiler, the research by the organisation Sustainable Homes found.