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Thank you for purchasing the GTO Driveway Alarm. Please read the directions carefully and completely before installing. How it works: The Transmitter: The operating voltage for the transmitter is 3V from two alkaline ‘C Size’ batteries (LR14C 1.5V) (not included) inside the transmitter. In cold weather lithium batteries will perform best. In this case use an adaptor to convert (2) AA lithium batteries to a C battery. There is no power switch for this unit. Once the batteries are installed, the unit starts to function. IMPORTANT: Batteries should be installed at the mounting location to ensure proper callibration of the transmitter. You can either install the batteries at the location prior to mounting or you can remove the transmitter after mounting it, install the batteries and then remount it.The approximate transmitting range from the transmitter to the receiver is 400 ft. Range varies depending on environmental conditions such as RF interference and topography. The Receiver: The receiver is powered by an external power adaptor (AC120V 60Hz / DC 12V 100 mA). A rotary switch controls the alert buzzer’s volume on the receiver. There are three LEDs on the front panel of the cabinet, representing power (red), visitor alert (green) and low battery (red). A “RESET” button in black on the front panel is used to clear the alert LED after it has registered passing vehicles. For more information on GTO's full line of automatic gate openers and access controls visit our website at www.gtoaccess.com Rev. 1/09/09 • Printed in China for GTO, Inc.
How the products works: Because of its patented magnetometer sensor transmitter 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 Transmitter next to the driveway, the receiver unit inside the office or home sounds a chime and flashes the alert light. The earth has a uniform magnetic field around it. A vehicle creates a slight disturbance in the earth’s field. The sensor transmitter detects this disturbance and transmits a signal to the receiver. Before you start: Refer to this drawing to become familiar with all the parts. The Solar Sensor Transmitter must be placed in an area that receives partial or full sunlight. For both models, be sure the location of the sensor transmitter is at least 25’ back from the main road. For a typical 12’ wide driveway, it is recommended 12”MOUNTING TUBE the sensor transmitter be no more than 3’ away from the driveway (see drawing). Additional sensor transmitters may be required for driveways exceeding 12’. Sensor transmitter may be placed up to 1,000 feet away from receiver; however, range may vary depending upon environment and use of wireless telephones, wireless routers and other similar devices. 1. Place cap on tube. 2. Insert stake to opposite end of tube. 3. Place the tube (stake side down) into the ground within 3’ of the driveway and more than 25’ from the road. 4. Gently hammer the cap side of the tube until stake is firmly in the ground. 5. Remove cap and place sensor transmitter on tube. 6. The sensor transmitter should have a clear line-of-site to the receiver to improve performance. 7. Place the sensor transmitter so the vehicle does not pass between it and the receiver. STI recommends the use of the stake and tube included with your Driveway Monitor. However, if you choose to mount the unit to an alternate mounting device, please be sure the device is stable. STI does not recommend mounting the sensor transmitter to a tree or a metal fence or gate. ...
Air Filter Installation Instructions - Ford F250/ F350/ F450/ F550/ Excursion V8-6.0L (TD) Power Stroke Year '03-'06 '03-'06 '03-'06 '03-'06 '03-'06 Model F250 F350 F450 F550 Excursion 10-10100 / 71-10100 Part # Tools Required: Knife Parts List: 1 Air Filter Ford Make: Engine V8-6.0L V8-6.0L V8-6.0L V8-6.0L V8-6.0L (TD) (TD) (TD) (TD) (TD) Step 1 Remove the intake system which includes the air filter. Separate the air filter from the intake system. Step 2 With a knife or sharp blade carefully cut along the edge of the OE air filter from the side opposite seal. Discard the air filter internals. Step 4 Carefully slide the air filter into the canister as shown above. Pay close attention to the alignment of the mounting slots relative to the filter housing. Step 3 Re-assemble the air filter assembly. Verify engagement grooves are positioned as shown to ensure correct installation. Reinstall assembly back into engine. 06-80133 Note: Filter Cleaning and Re-oiling: When cleaning your aFe filter, be sure to use only aFe’s “Restore Kit” aFe P/N: 90-50000 gold oil aerosol, or aFe P/N: 90-50500 gold squeeze bottle oil
NOTE: FAILURE TO FOLLOW INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS AND NOT USING THE PROVIDED HARDWARE MAY DAMAGE THE INTAKE TUBE, THROTTLE BODY AND ENGINE. TO START: 1. Turn off the ignition and disconnect the negative battery cable. NOTE: Disconnecting the negative battery cable erases pre-programmed electronic memories. Write down all memory settings before disconnecting the negative battery cable. Some radios will require an anti-theft code to be entered after the battery is reconnected. The anti-theft code is typically supplied with your owner’s manual. In the event your vehicles’ anti-theft code cannot be recovered, contact an authorized dealership to obtain your vehicles anti-theft code. 2. Disconnect the mass air sensor electrical connection. 3. Rotate the crank case vent hose locking ring and pull the crank case vent hose off of the air filter housing. Unhook wiring harness retaining clip from the air box. 3b. Pull up on the heater control valve and wiring harness mounting clips to unhook them from the air box mounting studs as shown. 4. Remove the four air box mounting bolts shown with a 10mm socket. 7. On vehicles that are equipped with the intake tube support bracket, remove the two 13mm nuts securing the intake tube support bracket, remove the intake tube support bracket. 8. On vehicles that are equipped with the intake tube support bracket, reinstall one of the 13mm nuts removed in step #7 onto the lower mounting stud and tighten. 5. Remove the intake tube mounting bolt shown. 9. Disconnect the TPS sensor electrical connection from the throttle body. 10. Remove the four 10mm bolts retaining the throttle body to the intake manifold. 3a. On vehicles equipped, disconnect the brake booster vent line from the air filter housing as shown. 6. Remove the entire intake tube & air filter assembly from the vehicle. NOTE: K&N Engineering, Inc., recommends that customers do not discard factory air intake.
Reinstall New Hotchkis Bar It’s a tight fit between the subframe and the body, so it will take some patience removing the sway bar. It also helps raising the front of the vehicle slightly to gain more clearance. The bar comes out towards the front of the car. Try to remember how the bar comes out, for this will be the same procedure getting the new Hotchkis bar in. Repeat steps 1F through 9F in reverse order. Your new Hotchkis bar uses new bushings and brackets. The front bushing has a Ø1-1/16” hole. Use the supplied silicon grease to lube the inside surface of the bushings. Make sure to use thread lock compound on the subframe bushing bracket bolts and the end link nuts. The bushing brackets are slotted, so make sure they are shifted towards the rear of the vehicle. Dish washer is used for the front bracket hole. Please see pictures for more detail. When reinstalling the subframe you will need to use a jack and a pry bar to align the mounting holes. Once the holes are aligned, start all 4 subframe cradle bolts by hand to avoid cross threading. Make sure the steering column seal is popped back into position. Install the front end links onto the sway bar with the weight of the car on it’s wheels. Do not install the end links while the suspension is in droop. ...
Removal 1 Apply the handbrake then jack up and support the front of the vehicle on axle stands (see “Jacking and vehicle support”). Remove the roadwheel on the side concerned. 2 Position a jack under the outer end of the track control arm for support. 3 In the engine compartment, prise the cap from the top of the strut (see illustration) and unscrew the self-locking nut whilst holding the piston rod stationary with an Allen key. Renew the self-locking nut. 4 Undo and remove the anti-roll bar eye bolt nut. 5 Detach the steering tie-rod balljoint. 6 Remove the brake caliper and hang it up to one side. Detach the brake line from the strut. 7 Scribe an alignment mark around the periphery of the suspension strut-to-wheel bearing housing location lugs to ensure accurate positioning when refitting, then undo the two retaining nuts and withdraw the two bolts securing the strut at its bottom end to the wheel bearing housing (see illustration). Renew the self-locking nuts and washers. 8 Lower the track control arm to disengage the strut from its top mounting, then prise it free from the wheel bearing housing.
Since the future of SLR photography is digital and since most digital cameras have sensors that are smaller than 35mm film, manufacturers are making digital-only lenses. The primary difference is the reduced area of coverage provided by digital-only lenses. These lenses have the same mounting style as 35mm format lenses and they can be mounted on 35mm camera bodies (except Canon EF-S lenses), but they will not cover the full image size. This causes vignetting around the edges of the 35mm image, especially at the widest end of the lens zoom range. The surface of a CCD or CMOS sensor in a camera is shinier than film emulsion, so there can be more light rays reflecting off the sensor, back thru the lens. Digital-only lenses have more extensive coatings on the back sides of the lens elements to absorb this stray light and preserve image contrast. In the late-1980s, Canon introduced the EOS 35mm camera system with autofocus and the latest electronic technology. Canon lenses for EOS cameras are marked EF on the front, such as “EF 28-85mm”. With the introduction of digital SLRs, Canon continues with the EF lens system. All EF-series lenses for 35mm cameras can be used on all Canon small sensor and full-size sensor digital SLRs. When Canon created the Digital Rebel, they introduced a line of digital-only lenses are called EF-S series lenses. These lenses have the same physical mount and electronic coupling system, but cannot be used on older Canon digital cameras and on no Canon 35mm cameras. This is because the rear portion of EF-S lenses extends deeper into the mirror chamber and damage to the mirror on older cameras can occur. Canon EF-S lenses should only be used on the Canon EOS 20D, 30D and Digital Rebel series and newer models designed to be compatible with EF-S lenses. Before the EOS system was introduced, Canon cameras used a different lens mounting system called the “FD” mount. These manual-focus lenses had a mechanical aperture ring and cannot be used on EOS film or digital cameras. ...
Features • RoHS lead-solder-exemption compliant • Wide-range input for 110/220 VAC applications • CE marked to Low Voltage Directive • Input transient & ESD compliance to EN61000-4-2/-3/-4 • Meets EN55022, Class B limits • TTL compatible Power Fail Signal • Greater than 175,000 Hours MTBF • Metric and SAE mounting inserts Description Power-One’s MAP80 Series of power supplies provides reliable, tightly-regulated DC power for commercial and industrial systems which require high peak current capabilities. Wide-range AC input and full international safety, EMI, and ESD compliance ensure worldwide acceptance. All units bear the CE Mark. The MAP80 utilizes a variable frequency design with a thermally efficient U-channel chassis to provide full power operation in convection-cooled applications. Design innovations include metric and SAE mounting inserts on each mounting surface to provide integration flexibility. Dual-mode connectors provide traditional terminal block connections or popular single-row Molex connector mating. Single-output models feature wide-range output adjustability to meet a wide variety of standard and user-specific output voltage requirements. Efficiency Minimum Loads Full load, 115VAC. Varies with distribution of loads among outputs. MAP80-1012 MAP80-1024 MAP80-1005 and all multiple output models, main channel only. Full load, 20MHz bandwidth. Continuous output power, all multiple output models. Peak output power (60s maximum, 10% duty cycle), all multiple output models. Output voltage overshoot/undershoot at turn-on, V1, V2. Varies by output. Total regulation includes: line changes from 90-132 VAC or 175-264, changes in load starting at 20% load and changing to 100% load. Recovery time, to within 1% of initial set point due to a 50-100% load change, 4% max. deviation. (Main output of multiple output units). Time required for initial output voltage stabilization. Time required for output voltage to rise from 10% to 90%.
Hammond encapsulated power transformers are manufactured with electrical grade silica sand and resin compounds, which completely enclose the core and coil to seal out moisture, airborne contaminants and eliminates corrosion and deterioration. • Industry standard sizes • Easy installation and hook-up, wall mounting • 10 year warranty - superior quality in materials and workmanship • NEMA 3R rated commercial wall-mounted encapsulated transformer • Sizes range from 100VA to 25kVA • Input voltage ranges - 208 to 480 VAC • Output voltages of 240 and 120 VAC HPS Imperator™ Compact Control Transformers starting at $37.50 HPS Imperator control transformers from Hammond are specifically designed for high inrush applications requiring reliable output voltage stability. This series comes with a lifetime warranty; secondary fuse kit is included. Four series of compact control transformers are available: MQMJ Series - 480x240 VAC to 240x120 VAC PG Series - 240x120 VAC to 24x12 VAC MGJ Series - 380x277x208 VAC to 240x120 VAC MLI Series - 480x240 VAC to 120x25 VAC Jefferson Electric Buck-Boost Transformers starting at $53.00 Buck-boost transformers are designed to maximize the performance and life of electrical equipment. They are typically used to power loads with specific voltage requirements that differ from the available line voltage. • NEMA 3R rated commercial wall-mounted • Ratings: Single phase from 50VA to 2kVA; encapsulated transformer 60 Hz • 10-year limited warranty • Encapsulated with electrical grade resin (limited to mfg. defects) • Cores of high-quality electrical steel • Aluminum/copper windingsa
Visit http://www.rallyarmor.com for a better view of the photos. Your mud flap set contains 4 flaps total *2 front and *2 rear (larger sized in comparison to the fronts) Your mounting hardware has been inspected and checked at our facilities. It consists of: 10 Plastic Clips................................................................................................... 12 Washers......................................................................................................... 8 Short Stainless Steel Screws........................................................................... 2 Long Stainless Steel Screws............................................................................ 2 Spacers............................................................................................................. (Item PolCl) (Item FenWash) (Item 1SS) (Item 1.5SS) (Item 1AngSP) Recommended tools: Phillips screwdriver (offset or short) - Flat head screwdriver - 8mm wrench Cautionary Note: The hardware is quite strong and self-threading but over tightening the clips is not recommended. Rally Armor recommends professional installation. Front Flap Installation: Step 1: Turn steering wheel towards the side of the vehicle you are working on in order to allow access to the wheel well area. Step 2: Using a Phillips screwdriver: A) Remove the following clips from the front wheel well liner (see fig. A). Cautionary Note: Be careful not to rip the wheel well plastic. It tears easily. Pull back slowly! B) Remove by prying entire clip assembly out from the outer portion as seen in fig. B. Step 3: Place 3 plastic clips (Item PolCl) over the factory mounting holes as in fig. C: Step 4: Replace liner and original clips #1 and #4. Step 5: Place a washer (Item FenWash) on innermost mount of the logo less side of the flap then hand thread a short screw (Item 1SS) into the clip to start and continue tightening just enough to hold mud flap in place. Do the same for the other 2 mounting points then adjust flap based on curvature of the area. TIP: Do not fully tighten screws. Align the flap so that it is perpendicular to the ground by tugging slightly with pressure on top (or bottom) of the flap in (fig. D). Walk away from the vehicle to adjust as needed. Step 6: Fully tighten all screws (Item 1SS) as in figure E. Rear Mud Flap Installation: Removal of the rear tires may aid in installation. Alternatively, jacking up the rear of the vehicle allows access to the inner wheel well area thus avoiding removal of rear tires.