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The Intuitive Centrifugal Pump - Sorin

The Intuitive Centrifugal Pump Fast System Integration CP5 easily installs for immediate integration with the Sorin Group S5™ or C5® heart-lung machines. CP5 Main Features The Sorin Group CP5 is an all-in-one centrifugal pump with unique functions that combine maximum perfusion programming flexibility with safety: • Automatic ramp down and ramp up functionality may be individually selected for the following controls: –– Bubble –– Level –– Inlet Pressure –– Outlet Pressure –– Air Purge Control • Remote control of the Electronic Remote Controlled Arterial Clamp (ERC®) • Inlet pressure measurement or calculation • Outlet pressure management • Automatic controlled flow mode • Pulsatile flow mode The programmed functions, allocation of the sensors and accessories and all relevant numeric values (e.g. flow rate) and information are displayed on the control panel with icons and digital data fields. Connect the Drive Unit to the Control Panel… Intuitive Programming, Clear Perfusion Overview The touch screen gives a clear overview of the centrifugal pump activity, including allocated safety devices, alarm status and digital information read out for flow, RPM’s and pressures. Programming of the diverse CP5 parameters is as simple and intuitive as in the S5 and C5 Heart-Lung Machines.

Is Teaching Boys the Same as Teaching Girls

Taaleem’s main activity is the development and management of early childhood, primary and secondary schools. With quality at the forefront of our offering, we tailor each project to answer the specific educational requirements of a wide range of families by offering top international curricula including British, American, the International Baccalaureate, the International Primary Curriculum and our multi-lingual, custom early childhood programme, the International Curriculum for Languages and Creative Arts

Technology Drives Discussions at the 2014 NationaLease Spring Business Meeting

1888 Press Release - The impact technology is having on the transportation industry is the main topic of discussion at the annual meeting of the full service truck leasing organization.

What's New in Java 7 - Java.net

What’s New in Java 7 for San Antonio Java User Group May 2010 What’s New in Java 7 Top 5 Main features in Java 7 • Modularity • Language Changes • Multi Language Virtual Machine • Garbage Collector • New File I/O API San Antonio Java User Group – Subramanian Murali May 2010 What’s New in Java 7 Modularity – What is the need? • Java SE has grown BIG •More and more functionality is added in Java SE •Java SE – the foundation of Java EE • Underlying Implementation code is interconnected • Class path Hell • No version management for JARs • No dependencies mechanism San Antonio Java User Group – Subramanian Murali May 2010 What’s New in Java 7 Module – an Example module A @ 1.0 { requires B @ 2.1; requires C @ 1.1; } module A; package com.sample; public class sample class { public void sample() {} } module definition stored in moduleinfo.java -The sample class belongs to the module A version 1.0 - This class is public - If class or one of its members or constructors is declared module, it will be accessible from a type that belongs to the same module San Antonio Java User Group – Subramanian Murali May 2010 What’s New in Java 7 Language Changes - Additions to the Java Language itself - Sun very much conservation to language additions - because language changes are permanent and cannot be removed - No big features like support for closures - Only simple and useful language changes in Java 7 - Under the Open Source Project Coin (signifies small changes)...

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Design of All Digital FM Receiver Circuit - OpenCores

1. Introduction The design of the All Digital FM Receiver circuit in this project uses Phase Locked Loop (PLL) as the main core. The task of the PLL is to maintain coherence between the input (modulated) signal frequency, ωi and the respective output frequency, ωo via phase comparison. This self-correcting ability of the system also allows the PLL to track the frequency changes of the input signal once it is locked. Frequency modulated input signal is assumed as a series of numerical values (digital signal) via 8-bit of analog to digital conversion (ADC) circuit. The FM Receiver gets the 8 bit signal every clock cycle and outputs the demodulated signal. The All Digital FM Receiver circuit is designed using VHDL, then simulated and synthesized using ModelSim SE 6 simulator and Xilinx ISE 6.3i, respectively. FPGA implementation also provided, here we use Virtex2 device. The real measurement is done using ChipScope Pro 6.3i. 2. Architecture Description The system of All Digital FM Receiver consists of a digital PLL cascaded with digital low pass filter. The block diagram of system is shown in Fig. 1.

The crying shame of robot childcare companions - Lund University ...

The crying shame of robot nannies: an ethical appraisal Noel Sharkey and Amanda Sharkey University of Sheffield, UK Childcare robots are being manufactured and developed with the long term aim of creating surrogate carers. While total child-care is not yet being promoted, there are indications that it is „on the cards‟. We examine recent research and developments in childcare robots and speculate on progress over the coming years by extrapolating from other ongoing robotics work. Our main aim is to raise ethical questions about the part or full-time replacement of primary carers. The questions are about human rights, privacy, robot use of restraint, deception of children and accountability. But the most pressing ethical issues throughout the paper concern the consequences for the psychological and emotional wellbeing of children. We set these in the context of the child development literature on the pathology and causes of attachment disorders. We then consider the adequacy of current legislation and international ethical guidelines on the protection of children from the overuse of robot care. Who’s to say that at some distant moment there might be an assembly line producing a gentle product in the form of a grandmother - whose stock in trade is love. From I Sing the Body Electric, Twilight Zone, Series 3, Episode 35, 1960.

Parts Catalog 2013 - No-Spill™ Systems

How Do No-Spill™ Systems Work? Some Frequently Asked Questions About No-Spill™ Systems How do the drain plugs work? No-Spill Systems patented draining design has a stainless steel, spring-loaded valve inside the drain plug. This valve remains closed until No-Spill Systems patented drainer is attached to the drain plug. Once the drainer seals itself, the valve opens and the oil begins to drain through the hose. Do I need a drainer for every vehicle? No. The drainers are designed to fit all of the plugs within a series (i.e. one Large Straight Drainer fits all large bottom plugs in the Standard series). What series is correct for me? The series depends on the application, and style of draining. Standard plugs are common where clearance is not an issue. Compact plugs are used where clearance is a concern. Speed Click plugs are very popular with all sizes of fleets. Does any oil get left in the pan? No. No-Spill Systems plugs are designed to sit flush with the pan. Therefore, all of the oil is drained quickly and easily. Can I drain the oil hot? Absolutely. This is one of the main advantages of using No-Spill Systems. What if I can’t find a size? No-Spill Systems makes over 500 combinations of thread sizes and patterns. Please call us with your application, and we will find the size for you. Is there a minimum order amount? No. No-Spill Systems customers and dealers can order as few or as many plugs as are required. What are the Shipping Terms? Product is shipped FOB Origin. UPS Ground is the most common shipping method. How many of these drain plugs are in use? There are over 1,000,000 in use in North America. What are the plugs made of? The plugs are machined from solid brass bar stock. What is the warranty for the drain plugs?

Campus Life Release Notes
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Campus Life Release Notes Contents Overview Purpose of this document About Campus Life update System requirements Issues fixed in this release Fixed Issues Known limitations in this release Known Issues Revision History Copyright © 2014 by Desire2Learn Incorporated. Desire2Learn and the molecule logo are trademarks of Desire2Learn Incorporated, registered in the U.S. and other countries. Campus Life Release Notes Overview Overview Purpose of this document The release notes for the June 2013 Campus Life update are intended only as an overview of product enhancements included in this release. About Campus Life update Maintenance work was the main focus for the latest version of Campus Life. The major addition is applicable only to Android devices. A News widget can now be added onto the device desktop to receive updates made to the News module without launching the application. System requirements • iPhone 5S (iOS 7) • iPhone 5C, 5, 4S, 4 (iOS 6-7) • iPod Touch 5th Gen" (iOS 6-7) • Google Nexus 4 (Android 4.1-4.3) • Google Galaxy Nexus (Android 4.0-4.3) • HTC One (Android 4.1-4.3) • HTC One X, One S (Android 4.0-4.3) • HTC ECO (Android 2.3) • LG Optimus G (Android 4.0-4.3) • Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy S III (Android 4.0-4.3) • Samsung Galaxy S II (Android 2.3, 4.0) • BlackBerry Bold 9900 Series, Torch 9810 (BB OS 7) © 2014 by Desire2Learn Incorporated. All rights reserved

08-09 MAZDA 3 - Rostra
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INSTALLATION A. INSTALLATION PREPARATION: 1. DISCONNECT NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE BEFORE INSTALLATION. FIGURE 1 2. REMOVE THE STEERING COLUMN SHROUD AND LOWER DASH PANEL. FIGURE 1 FIGURE 2 REMOVE FIGURE 2 B. HARNESS INSTALLATION: 1. LOCATE THE WHITE CONNECTOR AT THE IGNITION SWITCH. CONNECT THE RED IGNITION WIRE (+12V IGNITION) FROM THE MAIN CRUISE HARNESS TO THE GREEN/RED WIRE OF THE IGNITION SWITCH CONNECTOR. FIGURE 3 2. LOCATE THE YELLOW 12-PIN CLOCK SPRING CONNECTOR AT THE LEFT SIDE OF THE STEERING GREEN/RED COLUMN. IGNITION WIRE NOTE: IF WHITE WIRE IS NOT PRESENT IN PIN NECTOR, GO TO STEP C 6 AT CON- WHITE CRUISE 1 WIRE FROM THE MAIN CRUISE HARNESS TO THE WHITE WIRE (+5V CRUISE) IN PIN 6. FIGURE 4 GO TO STEP D (BRAKE SWITCH INSTALLATION) TO CONTINUE. CONNECT FIGURE 3 OF THE INSTRUCTIONS. THE WHITE CRUISE WIRE FIGURE 4 PAGE 2 INSTALLATION C. PCM HARNESS INSTALLATION: 1. IF WHITE WIRE WAS NOT PRESENT AT THE CLOCK- SPRING CONNECTOR, REMOVE THE (CLOSEST 2. USE PCM CONNECTOR FIGURE 5. TO FIREWALL) AS SHOWN IN A PRECISION TOOL OR SMALL FLAT HEAD SCREW- DRIVER TO RELEASE THE RETAINER AT THE CENTER OF THE CONNECTOR. 3. INSERT REMOVE FIGURE 6 GRAY CRUISE HAR23. (FOR REFERENCE; PIN 1 GREEN/BLUE; PIN 2 GREEN/BLACK; PIN 16 GREEN/WHITE OR BLACK/RED). FIGURE 7 THE TERMINAL FROM THE RETAINER NESS SUPPLIED IN KIT TO PIN 4. BE FIGURE 5 SURE TO PRESS IN RETAINER BEFORE CONNECT- ING TO PCM. FIGURE 6 D. BRAKE SWITCH INSTALLATION: 1. DISCONNECT THE SWITCH. REMOVE PIN 23 CONNECTOR FROM THE BRAKE THE 2-PIN TURNING CLOCK WISE AND THEN RELEASING. 8. REPLACE WITH 4-PIN PLIED IN KIT. WHITE WIRE BRAKE SWITCH BY FIGURE CRUISE BRAKE SWITCH SUP- 2. CAUTION: PRESS IN THE BRAKE PEDAL AND HOLD.

Wiring Diagrams - Comcast.net
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Component Figure No. (Location) A/C COMPONENT CLUTCH ............................ 8 (A 29,A 30) A/C RELAY ....................................... 8 (A 28,A 31) A/C SWITCH ........................................ 8 (B 29-30) AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SHIFT ILLUMINATOR LIGHT ....... 6 (E 23) ABS SYSTEM ...................................... 7 (C-E 24,27) AIRFLOW SYSTEM .......................... 2,3,4 (C 7,B 11,B 15) ALTERNATOR ............................................ 1 (D 2) BACK-UP LIGHT SWITCH ................................ 10 (E 38) BATTERY ............................................... 1 (A 2) BLOWER MOTOR ......................................... 8 (C 28) BLOWER SWITCH ........................................ 8 (B 28) BRAKE FLUID LEVEL SENSOR ............................. 9 (A 34) BUCKLE SWITCH ......................................... 5 (E 18) CARGO LIGHT ....................................... 10 (C-D 37) CIGARETTE LIGHTER .................................... 6 (E 21) CIRCUIT OPENING RELAY ................... 2,3,4 (A 7,A 11,C 15) CLUTCH SWITCH ................................. 2,4 (A 4, A 12) COMBINATION SWITCH .......................... 8,9 (E 28,C-E 35) CONDENSER FAN ................................... 8 (A 29,A 30) COOLANT THERMO SWITCH (4 CYL) ........................ 7 (A 27) COOLING FAN SYSTEM .............................. 7 (A-C,26-27) CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT (CPU) ................... 6 (B-C,22-23) CRANK ANGLE SENSOR (V6) .............................. 4 (E 13) CRUISE CONTROL (V6) ............................. 8 (C-E 28-29) DEFOGGER GRID ....................................... 10 (D 39) DIAGNOSTIC CONNECTOR ..................... 2,3,4 (A 4,A 8,D 15) DISTRIBUTOR (V6) ..................................... 4 (E 15) DOOR LOCK TIMER UNIT ................................ 10 (A 36) DOOR SWITCH .......................................... 5 (E 16) DOOR SWITCH (PASSIVE BELTS) ........................ 8 (C-D 30) EC-AT CONTROL UNIT ................................. 7 (A-B 24) EC-AT SOLENOID & INHIBITOR SWITCH ......... 3,7 (C-D 11,C-D 24) EGI MAIN RELAY .......................... 2,3,4 (B 7,A 11,C 15) FLASHER UNIT ......................................... 9 (D 32) FUEL TANK UNIT ...................................... 10 (A 38) FUSE BLOCK .................................... 5,6 (B-D 17-22) HAZARD/DEFOGGER SWITCH ............................... 6 (E 22) HEADLIGHT RELAY ...................................... 9 (D 33) HOLD SWITCH ................................... 3,7 (A 10,A 26) HORN RELAY ........................................... 9 (D 34) HYDRAULIC UNIT (ABS) ............................... 7 (C-D 26) IGNITION COIL .................................. 2,3 (D 7,E 11) IGNITION KEY ILLUMINATOR SWITCH ...................... 6 (B 23) IGNITION SWITCH .................................... 5 (B-C 16) ILLUMINATOR LIGHTS ................................... 6 (E 23)

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