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Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America Supplier Training Guide

Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America (MCFA) has partnered with Ryder Logistics to manage their inbound and outbound freight. MCFA users and Suppliers will submit their orders for pickup using either SUPPLIERNet or RyderEntry (a module of Ryder Online). RyderTrac, also a module of Ryder Online, will be used to track and trace loads in transit.
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CS1000 Fault Code Scanner BMW Instructions

All 1989-94 BMW vehicles are equipped with a self diagnostic system for the detection of injection faults. When a fault is detected by the system the Electronic Control Unit (ECU) records the code corresponding to the defect in the ECU’s memory until either:
1) The vehicle battery or the ECU is disconnected.
2) The engine is started 60 times with no recurrence of the fault.
3) The ECU memory is cleared using the BMW MODIC, DIS, Bosch KTS300, KTS500, or the Baum Tools CS1000 or CS2000 BMW hand held scanner.
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1988 Mercedes Benz 300CE (124 Chassis) Connecting Test Equipment and Reading Diagnostic Trouble Codes

Testing with the impulse counter should be carried out for rapid fault diagnosis. The
impulse counter output shows only existing faults, since the ACC system does not have
memory capabilities. If one or more faults are indicated, repair as necessary and repeat
the test. Be sure that fuse #7 is good, the battery voltage is between 11-14 volts and the
temperature selector wheel is set to 22°C.
1. Connect the impulse counter to the on-board diagnostic connector.
Black lead of the impulse counter to socket 1
Yellow lead of the impulse counter to socket 7
Red lead of the impulse counter to battery positive terminal.
2. Turn the ignition to the “ON” position.
The LED “U Batt” will be illuminated. If the LED “U BATT” does not illuminate,
check for voltage between socket 1 of the on-board diagnostic connector and
the positive terminal of the battery. If the voltage is not between 11-14 volts,
check for an open circuit or loose ground connection.
Test for voltage between socket 7 and socket 1 of the diagnostic connector.
The voltage should be 6 – 12 volts.
3. Depress the start button for 2 – 4 seconds.
Fault codes will be indicated by the number in the impulse counter display
window. Take note of the impulse display number.
Faults are displayed in ascending order.
The number 1 indicates that no faults are stored in memory.
During the impulse readout, The LED indicator in the fresh air/recirculation
switch will blink.
4. Repeat step 3 until all faults are indicated. After all fault codes have been
displayed, pushing the start button again for 2 – 4 seconds will repeat the fault code
readout sequence.

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Electric Fields Tutorial

Welcome to the Electric Fields Tutorial program. The program reviews a set of concepts that are important in understanding electric fields.
You will review
how to use a vector to represent the electric field
- how the force on a charged particle is related to the electric field.
- how to find the electric field at a point
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Visualizing electric fields

An electric field exists in the space around a charged object. When another charged object is placed in this electric field, an electric force acts on it. This tutorial is designed to help you explore the effects of these electric forces and how they vary throughout the space surrounding charged objects. In it, you will work with a variety of different visual representations of electric fields, as well as the mathematics on which they are based.
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Cyber Security of Electric Power Infrastructure

Critical infrastructures are defined as systems whose incapacity or destruction would have a debilitating impact on the national security and the economic and social welfare of a nation. It includes such infrastructures like telecommunications, electric power, gas and oil, banking and finance, transportation, water supply, and government and emergency services.
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How to Size a Grid-Connected Solar Electric System

The easiest way to size your solar electric system is to have a vendor come to your home and perform a site analysis and load assessment. Solar electric vendors have the experience and tools necessary to gather the data needed for the calculations. Most vendors will supply predesigned package systems that range from one kilowatt (kW) for a small energy-efficient home up to 2.5 kW for a large home.
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Honda Gasoline-Electric Hybrid Vehicle Emergency Response Guide

Type, Size, Shape, and Materials
The Civic Hybrid is a 5-passenger gasoline-electric hybrid vehicle powered by a gasoline engine and an electric motor. The Civic Hybrid resembles a Civic 4-door sedan, except that it has a roof antenna above the windshield. It also has the words, “Hybrid” and “Gasoline-Electric,” on the back. Most chassis and body components are made of standard materials like steel, aluminum, and plastic. A few parts are made of magnesium.
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Electric Tutorial

This tutorial will run through the design and simulation of a ‘plain vanilla’ positive edge triggered D flip-flop. Electric allows the design to be done and linked together through what are called facets. These facets are each different hierarchical levels of the design (i.e. Layout, schematic, VHDL, and so on). The design of this flip-flop will be covered in the transistor, schematic, VHDL, and layout levels. The purpose of this tutorial is to cover those topics that are not covered sufficiently in the provided User’s Manual. It is assumed that the student knows how to create a library and facets of that library.
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Detailed Guide to Installing A Solar Electric System

It’s photovoltaic power — solar electric energy — and it harnesses the power of sunlight to supply your home with electricity. Simply put, photovoltaic (PV) systems produce electricity from sunlight through cells that are installed on your roof or elsewhere on your property. PV power doesn’t produce any noise or pollution, it’s reliable and dependable, and it’s renewable so it makes good sense for the environment. For example, a 2.5 kW system will provide about 2,900 kilowatt hours per year and can typically provide about 25 to 35% of an average home’s electricity needs. The more energy efficient your house is, the greater the impact of the PV system.
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