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Description • Accuracy: - ±0.25 (typical) from -40°C to +125°C - ±0.5°C (maximum) from -20°C to 100°C - ±1°C (maximum) from -40°C to +125°C • User-Selectable Measurement Resolution: - +0.5°C, +0.25°C, +0.125°C, +0.0625°C • User-Programmable Temperature Limits: - Temperature Window Limit - Critical Temperature Limit • User-Programmable Temperature Alert Output • Operating Voltage Range: 2.7V to 5.5V • Operating Current: 200 µA (typical) • Shutdown Current: 0.1 µA (typical) • 2-wire Interface: I2C™/SMBus Compatible • Available Packages: 2x3 DFN-8, MSOP-8 Microchip Technology Inc.’s MCP9808 digital temperature sensor converts temperatures between -20°C and +100°C to a digital word with ±0.25°C/±0.5°C (typical/maximum) accuracy. The MCP9808 comes with user-programmable registers that provide flexibility for temperature sensing applications. The registers allow user-selectable settings such as Shutdown or Low-Power modes and the specification of temperature Alert window limits and critical output limits. When the temperature changes beyond the specified boundary limits, the MCP9808 outputs an Alert signal. The user has the option of setting the Alert output signal polarity as an active-low or activehigh comparator output for thermostat operation, or as a temperature Alert interrupt output for microprocessorbased systems. The Alert output can also be configured as a critical temperature output only. This sensor has an industry standard 400 kHz, 2-wire, SMBus/I2C compatible serial interface, allowing up to eight or sixteen sensors to be controlled with a single serial bus (see Table 3-2 for available Address codes). These features make the MCP9808 ideal for sophisticated, multi-zone, temperature-monitoring applications.
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Micrologic 5 / 6 A (Ammeter) or E (Energy) trip units can be used on Compact NSX100 to 630 circuit breakers with performance levels B/F/H/N/S/L. They all have a display unit. They offer basic LSI protection (Micrologic 5) or LSI and ground-fault protection G (Micrologic 6). They also offer measurement, alarm and communication functions. The keypad can be used to make ﬁne adjustments in 1 A steps below the maximum value deﬁned by the setting on the dial. Access to setting modiﬁcations via the keypad is protected by a locking function displayed on the screen and controlled by a microswitch . The lock is activated automatically if the keypad is not used for 5 minutes. Access to the microswitch is protected by a transparent lead-sealable cover. With the cover closed, it is still possible to display the various settings and measurements using the keypad. Inverse time protection against overloads with an adjustable current pick-up Ir set using a dial or the keypad for ﬁne adjustments. The time delay tr is set using the keypad. Short-circuits: Short-time protection (Isd) Short-circuit protection with an adjustable pick-up Isd and adjustable time delay tsd, with the possibility of including a portion of an inverse time curve (I2t On). Short-circuits: Instantaneous protection (Ii) Instantaneous protection with adjustable pick-up Ii. Additional ground fault protection (Ig) on Micrologic 6 Residual type ground-fault protection with an adjustable pick-up Ig (with Off position) and adjustable time delay tg. Possibility of including a portion of an inverse time curve (I2t On). Trip unit menus. Neutral protection b On 4-pole circuit breakers, this protection can be set via the keypad: v Off: neutral unprotected v 0.5: neutral protection at half the value of the phase pick-up, i.e. 0.5 x Ir v 1.0: neutral fully protected at Ir v OSN: Oversized neutral protection at 1.6 times the value of the phase pick-up.
Controlling Falls on Stairways Highlights: • Design, lighting and visibility deficiencies can cause falls as well as inattention • Riser and tread design considerations • Stairway visibility • Stair rails and handrails • One to three-step stairways: falling into thin air Slip, trips, stumbles and falls from stairways, including one to three step stairways, can be attributed to any combination of deficiencies in design, lighting, visibility and attention. Falls from stairs and serious injury are mostly attributed to missteps during stair descent: • Understep: where the heel strikes the riser resulting in a forward stumble. • Overstep: where the ball of the foot rolls off the tread nosing resulting in loss of balance and forward stumble. • Air step: where the foot misses the tread all together resulting in a forward stumble. Research has shown there are three times more injuries from stair descent than ascent.1 The presence of handrails and their design is critical to aborting a fall should a misstep occur, and to avoiding serious injury. This reference note will provide a summary of recommendations for safe stairway design, including: riser and tread design; stair rail and handrail design; lighting; visibility; and maintenance and use. Riser and Tread Design Trips and falls during stairway ascent are often attributed to variation in riser (vertical surfaces) height. Most building codes require risers not to vary more than 3/8 inch between the tallest and shortest riser within a given flight of stairs. The NFPA 101 Life Safety Code prohibits an excess of 3/16 inch from tread to tread. Research has shown that during stairway use pedestrians view only the first and last three steps when negotiating a given flight, with the rest of the stairway negotiated without looking. Therefore, design of the top three and bottom three steps is very important. 2 ©2012 Liberty Mutual Insurance, 175 Berkeley Street, Boston, MA 02116, LPRN 5158 LMAU
2010 STAIR DESIGN CHECKLIST PROJECT__________________FLOOR ____ OCCUPANCY ______ Fill in the blanks with the calculated results to determine compliance with stair requirements. Use the most populated floor in the building to determine the most restrictive stair geometry. CAUTION: This checklist is NOT intended to be used without the Codes and will NOT guarantee full compliance with your particular building design. This information is based on the 2009 edition of NFPA 101 (LSC) and 2009 edition of IBC Code references noted are from NFPA 101 followed by the IBC reference STAIR WIDTH Calculated occupant load (OL) of floor (see Table 184.108.40.206 / Table 1004.1.1) ______ Number of exits (X) required minimum (220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168) / 1021.1 ______ o 2 if OL = 50 to 499 (unless single exit exception is met) o 3 if OL = 500 to 999 o 4 if OL = 1000 or more o More than the minimum may be required if travel distance cannot be met Total minimum exit width (W) = occupant load (OL) x exit capacity factor (F) - (Tables 22.214.171.124 / 1005.1, 1009.1) ______ Handrails shall encroach not more than 4-1/2” into required stair width (126.96.36.199.1 / 1012.8) * new in 2003 LSC & 2006 IBC Minimum stair width = exit width (W) ÷ number of exits (X) ______ = ______” – (NOTE: See 101:188.8.131.52 for stair capacity increase) o But not less than 44" (36” for stairs where occupant load of all floor served less than 50) / 22” @ Equipment access o 57” width if serving area of refuge to accommodate 48" clear between handrails o 50% at main entrance of assembly (12.3.6 / 1028.2) – 50% at main entrance wall of large mercantile (101:184.108.40.206 only) o New in LSC 2006 - 56” width to LED if each is stair serving more than 2000 above that floor (220.127.116.11.1.2(B)) o New in IBC 2009 403.5.1 Minimum 30 feet between stair enclosures or 1/4 of floor diagonal in high rise o New in IBC 2009 403.5.2 Additional stair or occupant self evacuation elevators (IBC 3008) in high rise over 420 feet building height RISER AND TREAD (101:18.104.22.168 / IBC 1009.4) Floor to floor height in inches (H)*1 ______
Dear Educators: Preprimary thru Elementary age children and our elderly are within the two demographics with the highest incidence of stairway related injuries, most of which happen in the home. The Stairway Manufacturers’ Association members are professional stairbuilders and stair part manufacturers dedicated to reducing stairway accidents through building code reform and education of the industry and the public. This program is part of that effort and presents an opportunity, which you as educators can compliment and reinforce, as our children develop habits essential to life safety. Learning these important lessons will enable them to ―Use Stairs Safely‖ within the built environment and to transfer their knowledge to others by example. This program has been developed by a team of elementary educators and stair professionals and has been classroom tested. We invite your comments and critique to help us improve the program and to learn of the needs of our students and school systems. To contact us simply email SMA@stairways.org . You will find additional information related to stairways and the industry at www.stairways.org . What is the SMA Student Stair Safety Program? This is a program designed for students that can be customized for students of any age to introduce them to the basics of stair safety. The curriculum includes downloadable graphics, lesson plans, coloring/activity book, basic mathematic materials and introduction to stair codes. Why spend classroom time focusing on stairs and stair safety? According to the Home Safety Council's national report on home injuries, the State of Home Safety in America™ (2004), falls accounted for nearly one-third of all unintentional home injury deaths each year. Falls from stairs and steps were the second leading cause of death due to falls. Research has shown that the largest percentage of the falls that result in serious injury are not the result of faulty stair design regulated by building code but rather stairs that are in poor condition or unsafe stair usage that we might significantly affect through education. Not only do stairs present a significant safety risk, but they also present a hands-on learning opportunity for students of all ages to be involved in learning measuring and mathematics.
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Table of Contents Produced by: Southeast Flight Support 1580 Sawgrass Corporate Parkway • Suite 130 • Sunrise, FL 33323 www.southeastflightsupport.com • (954) 315-4583 Boeing 767 Study Guide Ground Training 1 DAY LOC SUBJECT 1 IPT Aircraft General -Aircraft Overview -Aircraft Dimensions -Flight Deck Layout -Cabin Layout -Water Waste -System -Flight Crew Oxygen -Passenger Oxygen QRH Air System -Air System -Air Conditioning & Pack Operation Introduction -Cabin Temperature Control -Recirculation Fans -Equipment Cooling -Cargo Compartment Heating -Pressurization System FCOM Abnormals -Airplane General -Emergency Equipment -Doors & Windows -Air System -Window-Controls & Indications -Limitations Produced by: Southeast Flight Support 1580 Sawgrass Corporate Parkway • Suite 130 • Sunrise, FL 33323 www.southeastflightsupport.com • (954) 315-4583 Boeing 767 Study Guide DAY LOC 2 Ground Training 2 SUBJECT Comprehensive Review of Day 1 -Airplane General -Air System IPT Auto-Flight -AFDS Introduction -MCP Operations -AFDS Flight Demonstration -AFDS Around Demonstration Auxiliary Power Unit -APU Introduction -APU Starting -APU Shutdown -APU Non-Normals Communication -Transponder -VHF Communication Radios -HF Communication -Communications Audio Selector Panel -Interphone & PA Systems -Voice Recorder -Flight Recorder FCOM QRH -Automatic Flight -APU & Engine Tabs -Communications -Limitations Abnormals -Automatic Flight -APU & Engine Tabs -Communications Produced by: Southeast Flight Support 1580 Sawgrass Corporate Parkway • Suite 130 • Sunrise, FL 33323 www.southeastflightsupport.com • (954) 315-4583 Boeing 767 Study Guide DAY LOC 3 Ground Training 3 SUBJECT Comprehensive Review of Day 2 -Auto-Flight -APU -Communications IPT Electrical System -Introduction -AC Power Generation -AC Power Distribution -Electrical System Auto-Land -DC Power Distribution Fire Detection & Protection -Fire Protection Introduction -Fire & Overheat Indications -Engine Fire Protection -APU Fire Protection -Main Gear Wheel Well Fire Protection -Cargo Compartment Fire Protection -Lavatory Fire Protection -Fire/Overheat Detection System Fault Test FCOM QRH -Electrical -Fire Protection Abnormals -Electrical -Engine Fire/Severe Damage or Separation -Smoke/Fumes in Air Conditioning -Smoke/Fumes/Electrical Fire -Smoke & Fume Removal -Engine Bleed Overheat Produced by: Southeast Flight Support 1580 Sawgrass Corporate Parkway • Suite 130 • Sunrise, FL 33323 www.southeastflightsupport.com • (954) 315-4583