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231731/231904/731513 SSVR-12 (12 VOLT) FOR HARLEY DAVIDSON SSVR-12 is an all solid state voltage and current regulator designed expressly for Harley-Davidson two (2) brush generators. It offers greater reliability and smoother voltage regulation than the mechanical regulator it replaces. It will easily keep any electric or kick start battery charged at the correct rate. Its unique output will safely operate the lights WITHOUT the use of a battery if your motorcycle is equipped with a magneto ignition. Ideal for states that require lights on at all times. WARRANTY SSVR-12 is warranteed against circuit failure for 1 full year. It is made in Japan. GENERATOR and BATTERY Make sure brushes are good. Armature commutator must be clean. Battery terminals must be clean, acid up to level and a good ground connection. Be sure your battery will hold a charge and does not have an open or dead cell. If in doubt replace same. INSTRUCTIONS 1) Mount SSVR-12 to grounded part of bike where some air flow is possible. Do not rubber mount. 2) Locate (F) field and (A) armature markings stamped on top of generator case. 3) (a) Connect RED wire from SSVR-12 to (A) post on generator. (b) Connect GREEN wire from SSVR-12 to (F) post on generator. (c) Connect BLACK wire from SSVR-12 to positive (+) battery terminal or to battery position on switch. A 20 AMP fuse is recommended. 4) NO BATTERY operation, connect BLACK wire to light switch. WIRING DIAGRAM CHARGING LIGHT IF USED BLACK RED SSVR-12 20 AMP FUSE B IG GREEN + A F LT GEN. KEY SWITCH AMP METER IF USED BATT POLARIZE Generator MUST be polarized. Use jumper lead and momentarily touch positive battery terminal to (A) post on generator. WITHOUT battery, use the following procedure: Any battery with correct voltage may be used Ground negative (-) side of battery to frame, connect positive (+) side of battery to (A) post on generator momentarily. Generator is now polarized. Remove battery.
(based on a 2005 model) by tensman1 Preparing the motorcycle: 1. To start, level the motorcycle – my preference is to put a spacer blocks under the kickstand on the left side of the motorcycle and under the frame on the right side of the bike just under the frame member. These blocks are made from scrap lumber. 6” I find it is easier to set the right side block first as shown and tilt the motorcycle until the frame contacts the block, then, holding the handlebars, kick the left side block under the kickstand. 2 7/8”” NOTE: This dimension may not be correct for 2004 models as the 2005 models have a different kickstand – the 2004 model will likely be thicker. To be sure your blocks are the correct thickness the first time, lay a level across the luggage rack as shown. You may need to shim them slightly to hold the bike dead level. Or, in the absence of a luggage rack, the seat will do: 2. Get the necessary tools ready: Small funnel Oil filter wrench – I like the band type shown, but a metal strap type will work. 14 mm box wrench h And, of course, some sort of container that will catch about 6 quarts of oil – I’d use a container to hold about 10 quarts. I use the same drain pan for my truck. And, of course, at least 6 quarts of oil and a filter. I prefer to use KawChem 10w-40 and Kaw filters. I usually buy my oil in gallon containers, makes filling quicker. 3. Locate the drain points:...
Locate the vacuum – There is a vacuum pipe from the carburetor, as shown in red in the schematic below left. Cut into this pipe and insert the T-Piece from the Scottoiler kit. Then press the Damper Elbow, part number 4, onto the third leg of the tee. The RMV can be mounted under the seat. The more vertical the RMV the better and remember to avoid exhaust and engine components. For further information, see our easy step installation guide – ‘RMV Positions, General’. The Dispenser Assembly, shown bottom left, is routed along the underside of the Swingarm using Dispenser Mounting Sleeves, Cable Ties & Glue. Note: an epoxy resin (eg. Araldite) is req’d to bond the sleeves to the Swingarm. For further information see our easy step installation guide - ‘Dispenser Assemblies, General’. The nib should feed the sprocket between the 6 & 7 o’clock positions, with the cut face facing outwards, as shown below. Once fitted, fill and prime the system and set the adjuster knob to ‘prime’. Start the engine and turn the adjuster knob until a flow of between 1 and 2 drops per minute is achieved. Check the condition of your chain after a ride, and then adjust as required.
Zoom N’ Go HULK™ ATV 4-Wheeler To install batteries: 1. Using a Phillips/cross head screwdriver (not included), unscrew battery cover. 2. Insert 2 fresh 1.5 V “AA” or LR6 batteries. See diagram for polarity. 3. Replace battery cover and tighten screw. IMPORTANT: BATTERY INFORMATION Please retain this information for future reference. Batteries should be replaced by an adult. CAUTION: TO AVOID BATTERY LEAKAGE 1. Be sure to insert the batteries correctly and always follow the toy and battery manufacturers’ instructions; 2. Do not mix old and new batteries or alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium) batteries; 3. Always remove weak or dead batteries from the product. CAUTION: 1. Always follow the instructions carefully. Use only batteries specified and be sure to insert item correctly by matching the + and – polarity markings. 2. Do not mix old and new batteries or standard (carbon-zinc) with alkaline batteries. 3. Remove exhausted or dead batteries from the product. 4. Remove batteries if product is not to be played with for a long time. 5. Do not short-circuit the supply terminals. 6. Should this product cause, or be affected by, local electrical interference, move it away from other electrical equipment. Reset (switching off and back on again or removing and reinserting batteries) if necessary. 7. RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES: Do not mix these with any other types of batteries. Always remove from the product before recharging. Recharge batteries under adult supervision. DO NOT RECHARGE OTHER TYPES OF BATTERIES.
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Template-Based DOCX, DOC & PDF Generation with Zend Framework. Who am I? Jonathan Maron. Senior Web Developer. XING: https://www.xing.com/profile/Jonathan_Maron http://www.phplivedocx.org Blog: Twitter: @jonathanmaron Lead in house web development department. Specalized in multilingual and multicultural web applications. Born in the UK, based in Bremen. Where do I work? Software development company. Word processing components. For server and desktop applications. > 20 years experience in word processing. Offices and support in Bremen, USA & Taiwan. Customers worldwide. Creating PDFs with PHP HTML-to-PDF approach: Programmatic approach: domPDF. Zend_Pdf. HtmlToPdf. PDFlib. HTML_ToPDF. FPDF. wkhtmltopdf. Cpdf. etc. etc. The HTML-to-PDF approach Limited by formatting of HTML. Graphic designer cannot create templates. PDF is a page-orientated format; HTML is a flow document format. e.g. No decimal tab in HTML. 1-to-1 mapping of HTML to PDF is impossible. Time-consuming to get final layout correct.
An Enterprise Framework for PHP was missing“ Robert Lemke on the new PHP Framework FLOW3 Robert Lemke is a co-founder of the TYPO3 Association and is managing the development of TYPO3 5.0. T3N spoke to him about the new PHP framework FLOW3, which is not only the foundation for TYPO3, but can also be used for the development of PHP applications. there is a framework in the Java field that does this; but this kind of thing is still lacking in PHP. FLOW3 is tailored more for larger and more complex PHP applications. But for us it is important that a developer gets a good result with smaller applications. As core developers we have only done a good job when an application developer has the experience of flowing: being in the flow, absorbed in his task, not held back by anything, constantly having the goal in view. T3N Magazin: Domain-driven design (DDD), aspect-oriented programming in PHP, a content repository with JSR-Standard and strict programming guidelines: how do you want to bring your vision closer to PHP developers? Robert Lemke is managing the development of TYPO3 5.0 and FLOW3. Mr Lemke, as the development manager you are responsible for the new TYPO3 framework. How did FLOW3 come about? Robert Lemke: You could probably blame a very intensive developer meeting in northern Denmark. There we decided to place TYPO3 on a thoroughly reworked architecture and gave this version the codename ‘Phoenix’. A year later we began concrete preparations and soon came to the conclusion that we could only make the changes we wanted with a complete rewrite. Then in November 2006 I began developing, and there was a lot of foundational work to be done. When you start at zero you have to worry about the application’s infrastructure. We needed a flexible component, package and resource manager and many additional components, all of which actually have very little to do with the task of our application – content management.
Nowadays, the MVC pattern is the effective method for the development of modular applications. The MVC design pattern breaks the application into three modules: model, view, and controller. However, developers must have programming skills for creating each module. In addition, they must have the knowledge about Structured Query Language (SQL) for database management. The PHP web authoring (PHP-WA) proposes to remedy these problems. The PHP framework was designed and embedded in the PHP-WA to handle the database. We’re prepared tools that automatically generate the program code for the view module and controller module. Index Terms—MVC, SQL, PHP Web Authoring (PHP-WA) PHP is a server-side scripting language for developing dynamic web applications. One of the defining features of PHP is the ease for developers to access a database. There are several ways to connect to a database, for example, PHP extensions, Active Data Objects DataBase (ADODB), PHP Data Objects (PDO), etc. However, one of the difficult issues in database manipulation is coding the Structured Query Language (SQL). Indeed, several studies suggest that traditional database query language is not very simple to use, for non skilled users of database technologies, as a consequence of the fact that interaction is based on a textual language such as SQL . One way to solve the problem is to develop a web application framework that provides libraries for database manipulation. A web application framework usually implements the Model View Controller (MVC) pattern. The MVC pattern breaks an application into three associated modules: model, view, and controller. The model module is the business logic of the application and is the core of the application . The View is the user interface of the controller. It is the public face of the user event’s response . The Controller component implements the flow of control between the view and the model . The MVC pattern is interesting to research because its simplicity makes it more acceptable to developers. Unfortunately, developers must have programming skills. They will have to design and create a model module that contains the underlying classes whose instances are to be used for manipulating the database. In addition, they must create a controller module Manuscript received May 6, 2011; revised June 1, 2011.
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Intellectual property – the process which includes the creation, manufacture and marketing of a product – can be a manufacturer’s most valuable asset. Intellectual property rights (IPR) violations can come in a variety of forms including counterfeiting, trademark infringement, gray market, diversion, country of origin or non-compliant parts. It is a serious issue and, in today’s global marketplace, a company may never know its rights are being violated. Counterfeit products are at the forefront of these IPR issues. Any recognizable brand is at risk of being counterfeited – from clothing and handbags, music and movies, pharmaceuticals and parts for automobiles and heavy duty trucks and equipment. The global counterfeit problem is estimated at $600 billion per year, according to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the World Customs Organization in Interpol. As a result, the FBI has labeled counterfeiting as the “Crime of the 21st Century”. Counterfeiting is not a victimless crime. Consider that: • Counterfeiting steals desirable manufacturing jobs. • Counterfeiting destroys brand reputation of legitimate companies and poses product liability claims. • The sale of counterfeit goods has been linked to organized crime and terrorist organizations. The motor vehicle parts industry – those manufacturers who produce the parts and components used to repair everything from passenger cars to over-the-road trucks – have been hit hard by counterfeiting. It is estimated that counterfeiting costs the global motor vehicle parts industry $12 billion a year and $3 billion in the United States alone, according to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the World Customs Organization in Interpol. The problem grows larger every year – in a report released in June 2006, Frost & Sullivan projected global losses as high as $45 billion by 2011.