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57361-VW Amarok Brochure Nampo update.indd - Hatfield VW

Tough is a table-stake. Smart lifts the bar and reinvents the category. Amarok. Where tough and smart come together. The Amarok unites cross-country mobility, flexibility and efficiency like no other pickup. Set on a robust ladder-frame chassis and encased in Volkswagen build quality, the Amarok is packed full of smart technology and design. The Amarok’s powerful 2.0 litre TDI Biturbo engine sets new standards in terms of torque, fuel economy and CO2 emissions. The shiftable and permanent 4Motion® all-wheel drive systems along with driver assist features like off-road ABS and ESP provide it with traction and safe handling in all terrain types. Then there’s its ability to shoulder the load – the large load bay dimensions allow the Amarok to accomodate a Euro pallet crosswise between its wheel arches. On tar, the Amarok also breaks new ground. With high quality interior, low noise levels and driving characteristics that leave nothing to be desired, it sets new standards in terms of comfort and ride dynamics. 4x2 rear-wheel drive. The Amarok is equipped with rear-wheel drive as standard. Rear-wheel drive enables steering that is not influenced by the engine torque resulting in a smaller steering radius and enhanced driveability. Shiftable 4MOTION® all-wheel drive. Tough assignments call for smart and efficient power management. With shiftable 4MOTION®, the Amarok is able to distribute the driving force equally across the front and rear axles. All it takes is the push of a button and you will experience reliable traction on almost all road surfaces. Permanent 4MOTION® all-wheel drive.The new Amarok Automatic with Permanent 4Motion® means that four-wheel drive is available at all times, irrespective of the driving surface, providing you with the best grip possible...

alternate tread stair - CountryPlans.com

Alternating tread stair design Adjust the riser height to the space between floors. For a 9’ floor to floor height there would be 14 risers of 7.714”. Start with this and adjust the angle of the carriage from there. R= I think I would add a nonslip surface material to the step portion of the tread. (sketch problem 6-8-04) This type of stair saves lots of space and can have standard rise and run dimensions to meet code. However, it is quite steep and a bit scary to go down head first (most people turn around, like you would on a ladder). Most building codes will allow this type of stair into lofts of 250 sf or smaller. Here are some suggestions about how to build this type of design. It is sometimes called a Jefferson stair as Thomas Jefferson was an early promoter of the space efficient design. I hope this gives you some useful ideas. John Raabe, www.countryplans.com. For a better printing PDF file click HERE...

Nano-10 User's Manual - Triangle Research International Pte. Ltd.

Nano-10 Ladder+BASIC Super PLC USER’S Revision 4.1 MANUAL Added description of RC Servo Control in Chapter 11. Corrected wrong or inconsistent numbering of figures. Corrected header error on Chapter 16. Change all tag to . Added Chapter 18 and 19. Reformatted headers and footers. Revised digital output driver specs Revised Chapter 2 layout. Modified Section 1.7 and Chapter 17 Conditions of Sale and Product Warranty Triangle Research International Inc. (TRi) and the Buyer agree to the following terms and conditions of Sale and Purchase: The Nano-10 Programmable Controllers are guaranteed against defects in materials or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of registered purchase. Any unit that is found to be defective will, at the discretion of TRi, be repaired or replaced. TRi will not be responsible for the repair or replacement of any unit damaged by user modification, negligence, abuse, improper installation, or mishandling. TRi is not responsible to the Buyer for any loss or claim of special or consequential damages arising from the use of the product. The product must NOT be used in applications where failure of the product could lead to physical harm or loss of human life. Buyer is responsible to conduct their own tests to meet the safety regulation of their respective industry. Products distributed, but not manufactured by TRi, carry the full original manufacturers warranty. Such products include, but are not limited to: power supplies, sensors, I/O modules. TRi reserves the right to alter any feature or specification at any time. Notes to Buyer: If you disagree with any of the above terms or conditions you should promptly return the unit to the manufacturer or distributor within 30 days from date of purchase for a full refund...

Series 90-70 PLC CPU Instruction Set Reference Manual ... - Support

GE Fanuc Automation Programmable Control Products Series 90™-70 PLC CPU Instruction Set Reference Manual GFK-0265J Warnings, Cautions, and Notes as Used in this Publication Warning Warning notices are used in this publication to emphasize that hazardous voltages, currents, temperatures, or other conditions that could cause personal injury exist in this equipment or may be associated with its use. In situations where inattention could cause either personal injury or damage to equipment, a Warning notice is used. Caution notices are used where equipment might be damaged if care is not taken. Notes merely call attention to information that is especially significant to understanding and operating the equipment. This document is based on information available at the time of its publication. While efforts have been made to be accurate, the information contained herein does not purport to cover all details or variations in hardware or software, nor to provide for every possible contingency in connection with installation, operation, or maintenance. Features may be described herein which are not present in all hardware and software systems. GE Fanuc Automation assumes no obligation of notice to holders of this document with respect to changes subsequently made. GE Fanuc Automation makes no representation or warranty, expressed, implied, or statutory with respect to, and assumes no responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, sufficiency, or usefulness of the information contained herein. No warranties of merchantability or fitness for purpose shall apply. References made to CPX and CGR model CPUs, where appropriate, throughout the ý` ` ` ` ` Value for Constant Sweep timer corrected (chapter 2, pg. 2-46). Note added after Table 2-18 regarding CPU Mode switch and description of privilege level 1 updated in table. (chapter 2, page 2-79) Description of System Faults updated (chapter 3, pg. 3-2) Chapters 4 through 12 contain information that was presented in a single chapter (Chapter 4) in previous versions. This information has been divided into separate chapters to improve access to the programming instruction descriptions. Appendix A, CPU Performance Data, tables revised (all information not available, will be added to a future version) Paragraph added , beginning with “Each Ethernet Global . . . . “, page A-24 Section titled “Relative CPU Test Performance” added at end of Appendix A Other corrections and clarifications as necessary Appendix A. CPU Performance Data: lists the memory size in bytes and the execution time in microseconds for each programming instruction. Memory size is the number of bytes required by the function in a ladder diagram application program. Appendix A also contains timing information for other PLC tasks which, when used in conjunction with the instruction timings, can be used to predict CPU sweep times. Refer to Appendix F for IEEE format when dealing with floating-point math operations...

Women in senior management: setting the stage for ... - Grant Thornton

Women in senior management: setting the stage for growth This report, based on the latest research from the International Business Report (IBR), explores the global shift in the number of women at the top of the business world and examines ways to make this growth permanent and parity possible. Key findings from the survey include: • women hold 24% of senior management roles globally, a three point increase over the previous year • there has been a sharp rise in China, with 51% of senior management positions held by women, compared to 25% last year • the proportion of businesses employing women as CEOs has risen from 9% to 14% • education and talent management may work in tandem with flexible work arrangements, which 67% of respondents offer, to increase the number of women in top leadership • just 19% of board roles around the world are held by women • although quotas have been put into place around the globe to increase women’s participation in boards, 55% of respondents oppose such quotas. Over the past year, women have grabbed headlines in every industry and every corner of the globe. In the arts, more female directors, producers and writers were able to get their work into cinemas, television and theatre. In politics, an increasing number of women won elections: South Korea, for instance, recently swore in its first female president. Approximately 17 countries have women as head of government, head of state or both (a number that, according to the Inter-Parliamentary Union and UN Women, has more than doubled since 2005), and the world average for women in parliament totaled 20.4% as of 1 February 20131. The corporate world also saw firsts: Marissa Mayer broke ground when she took the helm of Yahoo more than six months pregnant. Women breaking barriers was the conversation of the year – from the much-discussed piece in The Atlantic, “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All,” by a Princeton professor and former US State Department official, Anne-Marie Slaughter, to Facebook’s chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg and her new tome, “Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead”, which addresses how women can succeed in the face of gender barriers. Via ‘Lean In’circles, Sandberg proposes to gather women to share their stories and create strategies for climbing the corporate ladder...

User manual OMRON CP1E CPU UNIT SOFTWARE - MY PDF ...

You can read the recommendations in the user guide, the technical guide or the installation guide for OMRON CP1E CPU UNIT SOFTWARE. You'll find the answers to all your questions on the OMRON CP1E CPU UNIT SOFTWARE in the user manual (information, specifications, safety advice, size, accessories, etc.). Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide. User manual OMRON CP1E CPU UNIT SOFTWARE User guide OMRON CP1E CPU UNIT SOFTWARE Operating instructions OMRON CP1E CPU UNIT SOFTWARE Instructions for use OMRON CP1E CPU UNIT SOFTWARE Instruction manual OMRON CP1E CPU UNIT SOFTWARE W480) (This Manual) Section Section 1 Overview Section 2 CPU Unit Memory Section 3 CPU Unit Operation Section 4 Programming Concepts Section 5 I/O Memory Section 6 I/O Allocation Section 7 PLC Setup Section 8 Overview and Allocation of Built-in Functions Section 9 Quick-response Inputs Section 10 Interrupts Section 11 High-speed Counters Section 12 Pulse Outputs Section 13 PWM Outputs Section 14 Serial Communications Contents This section gives an overview of the CP1E, describes its application procedures. This section describes the types of internal memory in a CP1E CPU Unit and the data that is stored. This section describes the operation of a CP1E CPU Unit. This section provides basic information on designing ladder programs for a CP1E CPU Unit. This section describes the types of I/O memory areas in a CP1E CPU Unit and the details. This section describes I/O allocation used to exchange data between the CP1E CPU Unit and other units. This section describes the PLC Setup, which are used to perform basic settings for a CP1E CPU Unit. This section lists the built-in functions and describes the overall application flow and the allocation of the functions. This section describes the quick-response inputs that can be used to read signals that are shorter than the cycle time. This section describes the interrupts that can be used with CP1E PLCs, including input interrupts and scheduled interrupts. This section describes the high-speed counter inputs, high-speed counter interrupts, and the frequency measurement function. This section describes positioning functions such as trapezoidal control, jogging, and origin searches. This section describes the variable-duty-factor pulse (PWM) outputs. This section describes communications with Programmable Terminals (PTs) without using communications programming, no-protocol communications with general components, and connections with a ModbusRTU Easy Master, Serial PLC Link, and host computer. This section describes the built-in analog function for NA-type CPU Units. This section describes PID temperature control, clock functions, DM backup functions, security functions. This section gives an overview of the Ethernet Option Board, describes its setting methods, I/O memory allocations, troubleshooting, how to connect the CX-Programmer, and how to install an Ethernet network. This section describes basic functions of the CX-Programmer, such as using the CX-Programmer to write ladder programs to control the CP1E CPU Unit, to transfer the programs to the CP1E CPU Unit, and to debug the programs...

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LEADERSHIP United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service Fire Management Today is published by the Forest Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC. The Secretary of Agriculture has determined that the publication of this periodical is necessary in the transaction of the public business required by law of this Department. The Mann Gulch Fire on August 5, 1949, left a profound mark on the history of our Nation and on the community of wildland firefighting. Commemorating this historic and tragic event gives us time to reflect on firefighting— and to recognize how the Mann Gulch Fire dramatically changed the firefighting profession. A Proud Tradition The USDA Forest Service and other natural resource agencies are proud to employ some of the brightest and most experienced firefighting professionals as our leaders in the fire organization. These leaders have worked their way up the firefighting ladder through years of experience. They have dug line, jumped from airplanes into remote areas to handle initial attack, and planned and conducted prescribed burns to accomplish important natural resource objectives. Every year, thousands of men and women commit their energy and time to fighting wildland fires on firelines across the Nation. The equipment, safety measures, and understanding of wildland fire behavior that buffers these firefighters from potential disasters can be traced back to lessons learned from tragedies such as the Mann Gulch Fire. ..

the other - Welcome to Wheels Annual

the other 100 | S O U T H A F R I C A ’ S O N L Y EVEREST M O T O R I N G A N N U A L Mount Everest. One of the highest mountain tops in the world. So, why not do the photographic shoot of Ford’s new Everest for this edition of WHEELS at the Makgadikgadi Pans in Botswana, an area as flat as the proverbial massive pancake? Unfortunately, the weather disappointed. As expected, the Everest didn’t for any adventure off the beaten track, it is advisable to get well acquainted with the mode of transportation before tackling the journey. Undertaking a trip to the Makgadikgadi Pans in Botswana in a Ford Everest is certainly no different. So, what’s the new Ford Everest all about? Replacing the Territory as Ford’s all-terrain, seven-seater sportutility vehicle (SUV) offering, the Everest is based on the Ranger one-tonner bakkie, complete with ladder-type steel chassis and leafspring rear suspension.Styling, in a nutshell, is neat and uncluttered. The chrome grille and power dome on the bonnet give the Everest an aggressive stance, softened by elegant headlamps and trimmed front fog lights. A fullsize spare wheel, mounted on the tailgate, extends the adventurous look, while high-mounted taillight clusters increase visibility and lend a more premium status to the vehicle. Leather upholstery is standard across the range and the use of highquality materials makes the interior durable and hard-wearing, yet visually appealing.The instrument panel features red illumination of the three large, individual gauges, each set within its own binnacle. This ensures good visibility day and night and also gives the Everest’s interior a dynamic feel. Adding to the high-quality feel of the interior is the audio system, which features a digital display and incorporates MP3 capability with auxiliary input connection for popular MP3 players, such as the Apple iPod. In addition, Everest XLT models enjoy a frontloader CD player with four speakers, while the LTD boasts a six-CD, frontloading shuttle and six speakers.Power windows are standard front and rear and there are plenty of stowage options, including a handy instrument panel pullout tray. That’s big enough for lunch on the road or for storing important items such as map books and passports.Dual front airbags are supplemented by side airbags designed to protect the head and allowing the driver to shift the driving mode from two- to fourwheel drive at speeds of up to 100 km/h. The 4x4 system features a Borg-Warner transfer case. All Everest models feature socalled high-trail suspension with double wishbones up front and leaf springs at the back, optimised for the combination of rugged off-road work and urban use the Everest is designed for. Front and rear stabiliser bars are standard, ensuring safe handling characteristics on the road...

Informe sobre los tributos locales en la provincia de Cádiz 2011

NFORME SOBRE LOS TRIBUTOS LOCALES EN LA PROVINCIA DE CADIZ, la Confederación de Empresarios de la provincia de Cádiz les presenta la XV edición del Informe sobre los Tributos Locales en la provincia de Cádiz para el año 2011, con la finalidad de que este estudio siga constituyendo, como lo ha venido siendo a lo largo de 15 años, un instrumento a disposición de ciudadanos, empresarios, profesionales, Administraciones, y en general, de todos aquellos estudiosos e interesados en la materia. Ya lo decíamos en nuestra anterior edición, no corren buenos tiempos para nuestro tejido empresarial, el cual se está viendo seriamente resentido como consecuencia de una dura crisis económica, mermándose con ello el crecimiento económico y social de nuestra provincia. En base a lo anteriormente argumentado, pretendemos que con este informe los nuevos equipos de gobiernos de los Ayuntamientos que conforman nuestra provincia y que recientemente han tomado posesión de sus cargos, reflexionen sobre la necesidad de moderar y contener cualquier propuesta de incremento en lo referente a los impuestos, tasas y precios públicos para el año 2012, puesto que ello supondría seguir creando obstáculos a los empresarios que intentan superar esta difícil coyuntura económica. Incidiendo directamente sobre el contenido del Informe, en el mismo se procede a realizar un estudio objetivo y analítico de los principales tributos que afectan a las distintas actividades empresariales y profesionales que se desarrollan en los diversos municipios de la provincia de Cádiz, así como entre las 8 capitales de provincia de la comunidad autónoma de Andalucía. Para ello, y atendiendo a la materia sobre la que versa, resulta fundamental utilizar una serie de supuestos prácticos, que a modo de ejemplos simplifiquen el estudio, permitiéndonos de este modo ofrecer una información objetiva con la que podamos efectuar una comparativa para cada uno de los casos contemplados y en donde se reflejan los datos de los 44 municipios de la provincia de Cádiz, y que como viene siendo habitual, plasmamos gráficamente por medio de gráficos comparativos. Igualmente, y a fin de valorar la evolución que se produce de modo individualizada en cada municipio, continuamos incorporando en la segunda parte del informe dos gráficas que aglutinan los impuestos y tasas objeto de nuestro estudio, finalizando la tercera parte del mismo con una comparativa gráfica entre las 8 capitales andaluzas. Realizando un análisis global del presente Informe, podemos destacar entre las conclusiones finales que pueda extraer el lector, que para este año 2011 la mayoría de los municipios de la provincia han optado por no realizar modificaciones, especialmente al alza, en sus respectivas ordenanzas fiscales. Por tanto, realizamos una valoración positiva a la contención y moderación fiscal seguida durante este año por los Ayuntamientos, moderación que desde la Confederación de Empresarios de la provincia de Cádiz se viene solicitando periódicamente, de modo más latente en los últimos tres años, y sobre la que como anteriormente hemos comentado, volvemos a insistir en vista a las próximas modificaciones fiscales que puedan ser aprobadas por los diferentes consistorios locales...

COMO ESCRIBIR UNA CARTA DE PRESENTACION - Chatham-Kent

COMO ESCRIBIR UNA CARTA DE PRESENTACION Ejemplos de cartas de presentación Consejo: Porqué es tan importante una carta de presentación? Es su primera oportunidad para hablar con el empleador sobre porqué sus cualidades son las adecuadas para el empleo La carta de presentación se adjunta a su hoja de vida y es lo primero que el empleador va a leer. Es su forma de saludar, estrechar la mano y sonreir. Su carta de presentación debe: Ser Respetuosa, positiva y agradable a la vista. Hacer que el empleador quiera saber más sobre usted. Inspirar al empleador a leer su hoja de vida detenida y detalladamente. Consejo: Una carta de presentación no debe de hacerse a mano ni tampoco ser de más de una hoja. El texto debe ser dividido en párrafos cortos…esto la hace mas fácil de leer. Lo que los empleadores piensan sobre las cartas de presentación Una ventana en usted “Una carta de presentación es como una ventana que permite ver las habilidades de comunicación del aplicante, su entusiasmo y de cierta forma su estilo y personalidad. Yo busco que la carta sea escrita profesionalmente, tanto creatividad como correcta ortografía, estructura en las frases y vocabulario. Laura Sbrocchi, Asistente de soporte al cliente, Recursos humanos, Consumer Impact Marketing Ltd. Dirija la carta a una persona específica con nombre y titulo. “No impresiona una carta dirigida a: Apreciado señor o señora, o a quien le pueda interesar.” La buena escritura cuenta! “Si una carta de presentación es escrita sin cuidado, yo pienso entonces que a la persona no le interesa a quien tiene en frente y seguramente tampoco le debe importar a quien le renta uno de nuestros carros.” Angela Sample, Gerente de recursos humanos, Enterprise Rent-A-Car “Una carta de presentaron bien escrita muestra que usted esta preparado para trabajar, para poner un pie en la puerta y dispuesto a encontrarse conmigo y demostrarme sus capacidades” Beverly MacIntyre, Presidente, BKM Research & Development Inc. Muestrese seguro de sus capacidades “Yo busco una carta de presentación coherente y articulada que muestre que la persona esta segura de sus habilidades. Yo no quiero a alguien que simplemente diga: Yo soy la mejor persona! Además que la carta por favor sea corta y directa” Emily Loh, Administradora de recursos humanos, Hughes Aircraft of Canadá Ltd, Systems Division...

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