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User Guide - Turtle Beach
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Important Safety Information pg 17 X32 Headset 1 2 Xbox Controller Jack: Insert the straight connector on the Talkback Cable here. (see pg. 10) 3 Effects Button: Press this button to activate the different Sound Field presets. A beep will indicate which preset is selected. (see pg. 14) 4 Game Volume: Turn to adjust the game sound level. The Xbox LIVE chat volume may be independently set by the volume control on the Talkback Cable. 5 Power Button: To turn on the headset, press and hold the power button for a couple of seconds, then release. You will hear 2 beeps and the power LED should start flashing. Turn off the headset by pressing the button until the LED stays on and you hear 2 beeps, then release. To enter Pairing Mode, power off the headset, then press and hold the power button for about 6 seconds until you hear the second double beep and the LED begins to flash rapidly (see pg 4). The headset will turn off after several minutes if there’s no audio detected or if the transmitter is turned off. 6 Battery Compartment Cover Slide down the panel on the right ear cup to access the battery compartment. The headset is powered by (2) AAA batteries (included) which should provide up to 15 hours of use. Rechargeable NiMH batteries may also be used. A tone will sound every 6 seconds when battery power is low. 4 3 2 Tone Button: Press this button to activate the different EQ presets. A beep will indicate which preset is selected. (see pg. 13) 5 E TON 6 1 OPEN NOTE: Be sure to insert the batteries as shown. 1 X32 Transmitter 1 Power/Link LED: When the transmitter is powered on and communicating with the headset, this LED will be on solid. When the headset is turned off, the LED on the transmitter will turn off. A slowly pulsing LED indicates that the transmitter can’t communicate with the headset. This could happen when the headset is out of range or not paired with the transmitter. (see pgs. 3-4)

Troubleshooting - the Yorba Linda Miata Page

2007 Mazda MX-5 Miata Sport 2007 ENGINE PERFORMANCE Symptom Troubleshooting - MX-5 Miata 2007 ENGINE PERFORMANCE Symptom Troubleshooting - MX-5 Miata SYMPTOM TROUBLESHOOTING WIRING DIAGRAM [LF] Microsoft Thursday, July 09, 2009 2:42:09 PM 2:42:15 Page 1 © 2005 Mitchell Repair Information Company, LLC. 2007 Mazda MX-5 Miata Sport 2007 ENGINE PERFORMANCE Symptom Troubleshooting - MX-5 Miata Fig. 1: Symptom Troubleshooting - Wiring Diagram [LF] (1 Of 2) Courtesy of MAZDA MOTORS CORP. Microsoft Thursday, July 09, 2009 2:42:09 PM Page 2 © 2005 Mitchell Repair Information Company, LLC. 2007 Mazda MX-5 Miata Sport 2007 ENGINE PERFORMANCE Symptom Troubleshooting - MX-5 Miata Fig. 2: Symptom Troubleshooting - Wiring Diagram [LF] (2 Of 2) Microsoft Thursday, July 09, 2009 2:42:09 PM Page 3 © 2005 Mitchell Repair Information Company, LLC. 2007 Mazda MX-5 Miata Sport 2007 ENGINE PERFORMANCE Symptom Troubleshooting - MX-5 Miata Courtesy of MAZDA MOTORS CORP. FOREWORD [LF]  When the customer reports a vehicle malfunction, check the malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) indication and diagnostic trouble code (DTC), then diagnose the malfunction according to Fig. 3 :  If a DTC exists, diagnose the applicable DTC inspection. (See DTC TABLE [LF] .)  If no DTC exists and the MIL does not illuminate or flash, diagnose the applicable symptom troubleshooting. (See QUICK DIAGNOSTIC TABLE [LF] .)

Audi S8 Quick reference guide - VAGLinks.com

The aim of this quick reference guide is to introduce you to the main features and controls of your vehicle. This quick reference guide cannot replace the information contained in the Owner's Manual; it is therefore important that you also read the notes and warnings in the Owner's Manual. We wish you safe and enjoyable motoring with your new Audi. AUDI AG Quick reference guide LOCKING AND UNLOCKING THE VEHICLE The central locking system locks and unlocks all the doors, the boot lid and the tank flap. It can be operated with the remote control or by turning the key in the lock. Operating the radio-activated remote control Press the appropriate button for about 1 second. 1 Unlocking button Open one of the doors or the boot lid within about 60 seconds, otherwise the vehicle will lock itself again automatically. 2 Unlocking button for boot lid Press the button for at least 1 second. 3 Locking button The turn signals will flash briefly when the car is locked to confirm that the doors and the boot lid are closed properly. 4 Folding out the master key Press the release button. Folding away the master key Press the button and fold the key away. Note: Press and hold unlocking button on remote control ...

Triumph Street Triple 675/Daytona 675 Instrument Cluster Cheat ...

Triumph Street Triple 675/Daytona 675 Instrument Cluster Cheat Sheet Trip Meter ­Trip Button to cycle through Trip Meters number one or two. ­Reset Trip meter by cycling to the desired Trip Meter and hold Trip and Set for 2 seconds Trip Computer ­Scroll Button to cycle through display. Clock, Lap Timer, Avg. Speed, Max Speed, Trip Distance, Trip Time, Fuel Consumption. ­Reset Trip Computer By Pressing Scroll and Set for 2 sec. Clock ­Set clock by holding Scroll and Set buttons down until the hours start to flash. Hit Scroll until the desired hour is displayed. Hit set button to change to minutes. Use Scroll to advance minutes. Hit set again to enter time. Gear Shift Lights ­To set Gear Shift Light mode hold Trip and Scroll for 4 sec. Use Set to cycle though modes. When desired mode is displayed hit Trip and Scroll for 4 sec. To set upper limit hit Trip and Scroll for 4 sec. TACHO will be displayed in LCD. Tach needle will then move to current setting. Press Scroll until A1000 is displayed. Press Scroll until desired upper limit is displayed on tach needle then press Set button and A100 will be displayed. Now press Scroll to adjust gear shift light by 100 RPM increments. Press Set button to confirm settings.

Cisco Small Business 200 Series Smart Switch Administration Guide

ADMINISTRATION GUIDE Cisco Small Business 200 Series Smart Switch Administration Guide Release 1.3 Contents Chapter 1: Getting Started 1 Starting the Web-based Configuration Utility Launching the Configuration Utility 1 2 HTTP/HTTPS 3 Logging Out 4 Quick Start Device Configuration 5 Interface Naming Conventions 5 Window Navigation 7 Application Header 7 Management Buttons 9 Chapter 2: Status and Statistics 12 Viewing Ethernet Interfaces 12 Viewing Etherlike Statistics 13 Viewing 802.1X EAP Statistics 14 Managing RMON 16 Viewing RMON Statistics 16 Configuring RMON History 18 Viewing the RMON History Table 19 Defining RMON Events Control 20 Viewing the RMON Events Logs 22 Defining RMON Alarms 22 Chapter 3: Administration: System Log 26 Setting System Log Settings 26 Setting Remote Logging Settings 28 Viewing Memory Logs 29 RAM Memory 30 Flash Memory 30 Chapter 4: Administration: File Management System Files Cisco Small Business 200 Series Smart Switch Administration Guide 32 32 2 Contents Upgrade/Backup Firmware/Language Upgrade/Backing Firmware or Language File Download/Backup Configuration/Log 35 36 39 Configuration File Backwards Compatibility 39 Downloading or Backing-up a Configuration or Log File 40 Configuration Files Properties 44 Copy/Save Configuration 45 DHCP Auto Configuration

Self-Service Photography of Records: Policy - The National Archives

Self-Service Photography of Records: Policy 1. Records copied by readers with their own personal technology devices The National Archives provides a service whereby readers are permitted to make copies of records using their own equipment. There is no charge for this service. Any personal device (for example, laptop or palm computers, cameras, mobile phones and mp3 players) may be taken into and used in the reading rooms as long as the following conditions are met: • use of the device does not disturb other users, or the general quiet nature of the reading rooms (i.e. devices must operate in ‘silent’ mode) • use of the device does not pose a threat to the safety of the records, or other people • cameras, camcorders and digi cams must be in still photography mode. For document preservation reasons we do not allow any type of scanners. The service is subject to the following conditions: Copyright Whether applying for a Reader’s Ticket and signing the Reader’s Declaration form, or using a camera in the reading rooms and Research and Enquiries Room, readers undertake to observe Conditions of Copyright, which are contained within the reading room rules as appendices 8a and 8b. Reading rooms We do not allow tripods in the reading rooms and flash photography is not permitted under...

LX 570 - Ira Lexus
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Lexus Personalized Settings Lexus Personalized Settings Your vehicle includes a variety of electronic features that can be programmed to your preferences. Programming of these features is performed once at no charge, provided you obtain the service at the 30 day/1,000-mile scheduled maintenance service. Programming of your Lexus Personalized Settings requires special equipment and may be performed only by an authorized Lexus dealership. Repair Order Number Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) Door Lock Systems 1 Unlocking driver’s door/all passenger doors By pressing the remote key door unlock button, the following functions can be programmed: Pressing the unlock button one time will unlock all doors. (Rear included) Pressing the unlock button one time unlocks the driver door, and two times unlocks all doors. (Standard) 2 Flashing of signal lights Using the remote key, the following functions can be programmed: Press the LOCK/UNLOCK button on the remote key and the lights will not flash. Press the LOCK button and the lights will flash once. Press the UNLOCK button and the lights will flash twice. (Standard) 3 Unlocking of doors when placing vehicle into park While the engine is running and the vehicle is placed into park, the vehicle can be programmed as follows: When placing the vehicle into park, all of the doors will remain LOCKED. When placing the vehicle into park, ALL the doors will automatically UNLOCK. (Standard) 1 4 Auto locking of doors at 13 mph When the vehicle reaches 13mph, the vehicle can be programmed as follows: The doors will not lock. (Standard) All the doors will automatically lock. 5 Unlocking of doors when driver’s door is opened within 10 seconds When the vehicle is turned off and the driver’s door is opened within 10 seconds, the following options can be programmed: All of the doors will remain locked when opening the driver’s door. (Standard) All of the remaining doors will automatically unlock. 6 Locking of doors when shifting from park into another range While the brake pedal is being pressed and the vehicle is taken out of park and placed into another range, the doors can be programmed as follows: Remain unchanged. Automatically lock. (Standard) 2 Power Windows 7 Using the remote key to open all windows By pressing the UNLOCK button on the remote key for 3 seconds, the vehicle can be programmed as follows: The windows will not roll down. All the windows will roll down. (Standard) * Note: See moonroof for additional options. Moonroof 8 Using remote key to open /tilt moonroof By pressing the UNLOCK button on the remote key for 3 seconds, the following options can be programmed: The moonroof will not open. The moonroof will open. (Standard) * Note: Option #7 must be on. 9 Using the remote key to open/tilt moonroof When option #7 and #8 are active, the moonroof can be programmed for the following: Slide. (Standard) Tilt....

STI Wireless Driveway MonitorTM - Smarthome

STI-34150 - Battery Power Kit STI-34100 - Solar Power Kit Thank you for purchasing this fine product. We want you to know your satisfaction is very important to us. We suggest you take the time to read this manual carefully to get the most from your new product. HOW THE PRODUCT WORKS Because of its patented magnetometer SENSOR system, the Driveway Monitor will only be triggered by cars or trucks - not people, animals and so forth. When a vehicle passes the Motion Alert® SENSOR next to the driveway, the RECEIVER unit inside the office or home sounds a chime and flashes the alert light. The alert light will continue to flash until reset and the RECEIVER will continue to chime each time a vehicle passes. The earth has a uniform magnetic field around it. A vehicle creates a slight disturbance in the earth’s field. The SENSOR detects this disturbance and transmits a signal to the RECEIVER. BEFORE YOU START Refer to this drawing to become familiar with all the parts. TRANSMITTER CAP BATTERY / CIRCUIT BOARD HOLDER TRANSMITTER BASE MOUNTING TUBE CAP TRANSMITTER CIRCUIT BOARD TRANSMITTER CAP 2 “C” BATTERIES TRANSMITTER CIRCUIT BOARD 2 “C” BATTERIES BATTERY / CIRCUIT BOARD HOLDER TRANSMITTER TRANSMITTER BASE WALL MOUNT TRANSMITTER CAP WALL MOUNT MOUNTING TUBE CAP MOUNTING TUBE CAP RECHARGEABLE NiMH BATTERIES TRANSMITTER TRANSMITTER CAP SCREWS TRANSMITTER CAP WALL MOUNT MOUNTING TUBE CAP RECHA NiMH TRAN SCRE WA MOUNTING TUBE MOUNTING TUBE MOUNTING TUBE MOUNTING TUBE MOUNTING STAKE MOUNTING STAKE MOUNTING STAKE FINGER NOTCHES MOUNTING STAKE FINGER NOTCHES BATTERY POWERED SENSOR SOLAR POWERED SENSOR REMOVE PLASTIC TAB FROM BATTERIES REMO FROM 3’OR LESS 12’ MAX —1— PLACE SENSOR 3' OR 12’ LESS FROM EDGE OF MAX DRIVEWAY AND 25' OR TRANSMITTER RECHARGEABLE NiMH BATTERIES TRANSMITTER CAP SCREWS TRANSMITTER CAP MOUNTING STI-30104 TUBE CAPCONTROLLER LAMP WALL MOUNT (OPTIONAL) AC ADAPTER RECEIVER ANTENNA MOUNTING TUBE 12' MAX SPEAKER GREEN LED NGER OTCHES RECHARGEABLE NiMH BATTERIES MOUNTING STAKE TRANSMITTER CAP SCREWS BUTTON 3' OR LESS RED LED 75 mA OUTPUT DRIVEWAY 25' OR MORE STI-34104 INDOOR RECEIVER WALL MOUNT INDOOR RECEIVER STI-34104 (Receives up to 4 different STI sensors) BE REMOVE PLASTIC TAB CAP T R KE SE NSOR 3' OR M EDGE OF AND 25' OR M STREET. TUBE STAKE 104 R RECEIVER 0104 CONTROLLER ONAL) 12' Install Batteries into the TRANSMITTER FROM BATTERIES MAX TRANSMITTER CIRCUIT BOARD BATTERY POWERED (STI-34150): 3' OR LESS ...

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PDF (A4) - David Valentiate
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David Valentiate me@davidv.ca http://davidv.ca (613) 720-9961 420 Gloucester Street, Ottawa Ontario Canada, K1R 7T7 Objective To develop web applications that connect people on the growing ocean of data. And to do this surrounded by an engaging team of professionals. Technical Skills PHP 5, Zend Framework, MVC, Apache, nginx, IIS, MySQL, SQLite, PostgreSQL, Javascript, jQuery, CSS, XHTML, HTML, Amazon Cloud Computing (EC2, EBS, S3), Rackspace Cloud Servers, Linux, Windows, IIS Experience Self Employed January 2007 – Present CoursePark.com, Learning Management Network contract, Bluedrop Performance Learning (20+ months) PHP 5, Zend Framework, MVC Design, PostgreSQL, RESTful Design, JS, jQuery, Amazon Cloud Computing, Linux, SVN, git ● Implemented Zend Framework's MVC design pattern in a complex application. ● Created resource oriented REST design for community forum with search and categories. ● Integration and extensive customization of a 3 rd party, locally hosted web service. ● Setup and managed Amazon EC2 servers and created EBS backup management scripts. ● Worked tightly with a client to create a customized industry social network. Resource Oriented Web Application Proof of Concept personal project (200+ hours) PHP 5.3, Zend Framework, SQLite, REST, JS, jQuery, git ● Working to enable rapid development of data rich web applications using Zend Framework in a resource oriented design. http://github.com/dvalentiate/REST-Example-App-for-Zend-Framework Confoo Conference Montreal, March 2010 (3 days) ● Focused on sessions devoted to building scalable web applications. ZendCon 2009 Conference San Jose, October 2009 (3 days) ● Focused on building REST based web applications and best practices with the Zend Framework. Redesigned Website Database for Super Channel contract with iStudio (0.75 month) MySQL, PHP ● Implemented a drop in replacement for a defective 3 rd party database design. ● Worked within the MVC Zend Framework. eLearning Product Porting developed for LRDG (6 months) XML, XSLT, CSS, Javascript, jQuery, XHTML ● Conversion of an existing multi-lingual language learning product from Authorware to XML. ● Used XSLT to render HTML that was cross browser compatible, separated content, structure, context and presentation mechanisms, was multi-lingual, and had Javascript and Flash interaction. Client Registration System contract with LRDG (2 months) PHP, CSS, Javascript, HTML, MySQL ● Created learner registration site for client organizations: http://www.lrdgonline.com/rcmp_grc/ ● Cross browser, email notification, multiple client organization customization, database storage...

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