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For Photovoltaic Generation Systems INSULATION TESTER IR4053 Field Measuring Instruments Perform PV insulation resistance measurements Safely, Accurately, Quickly Safely and accurately measure PV insulation resistance even during the daytime Built-in PV dedicated function, displays measurements in 4 seconds Five ranges (50/125/250/500/1000V) built in for normal insulation resistance measurement Built-in 1000 VDC voltage measurement for open voltage tests of PV systems that support 1000 V 2 Use the PV dedicated function for accurate, safe measurements in 4 seconds Measurement not affected by generating PV The IR4053, which was designed for PV, can accurately measure insulation resistance without being affected by the generating PV.
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Specific Tasks This job holder must be able to: Strategic · · · · · · Maintain the Workshop Control Flow System efficiently so that accurate information on work in progress is always available to the appropriate staff to ensure customer satisfaction · Ensure that customers who are having work undertaken whilst they wait are dealt with promptly and that the Technicians are informed so that unnecessary delays do not occur · Personnel & · Customers · Page 1 of 3 Work completed by the end of a working day Efficiency Customer Satisfaction (SSS) Number of comebacks Departmental profits Provide positive customer experiences in all instances. Fairly allocate jobs to technicians Supervise the accurate time clocking of jobs and daily time keeping of technicians · Time all operations using available standard times laid down · Provide accurate invoicing updates to Work in Progress · Check if Workshop loading is light, taking remedial action to secure additional work for the immediate shortfall and ongoing · Monitor the finished job so that work requested and work found is all carried out and plans work to be finished on time · Monitor finished work so that all vehicles, which require testing, are checked and passed by the Workshop Foreman/Tester · Pass accurate updated work in progress to Warranty Administrator/Service Adviser for assessing and invoicing · Liaise with Warranty Administrator/Service Adviser in order to obtain correct standard time operations prior to invoicing April 2007 Thurlow Nunn · Progress parts on order against individual work orders · Monitor the return of warranty parts as appropriate · Oversee authorisation for work to be carried out not featuring on the original work order · Keep fully referenced service bulletins and product information readily available · Plan technicians’ holidays to ensure consistent level of attendance in the workshop · Consider requests for extra time fairly or refer on to management should a dispute arise · Ensure the appropriate Health and Safety guidelines are adhered to · Promote tidiness and good housekeeping within work area · Work with the Workshop Foreman in promoting a “right first time” culture · Identify opportunities to reduce costs, and discuss these with the Service Manager · Provide advice and technical assistance to Team Members · Provide a planned response in event of unplanned leave (i.e. sickness) · Plan and adjust workload of Team Members to meet their skills and abilities · Ensure adequate maintenance of tools and equipment · Ensure that the department is adequately staffed to achieve objectives · Provide induction training for new team members to familiarise them with work surroundings and role · Ensure that team members are aware of procedures for using new equipment or processes, and provide relevant / technical advice or assistance · Direct team members in handling daytoday problems and issues to enable them to operate efficiently and meet customers’ needs · Provide appropriate support (e.g., training, equipment) to team members to ensure their ability to perform the required tasks · Participate fully in measurement and feedback processes, to complete and return personnel documentation on time and to embrace personal training and development opportunities · Work to support other team members in the achievement of their objectives when asked to do so or required by their manager Other duties may be undertaken from time to time Duties may change over time and the jobholder will be expected to cooperate where such changes are reasonable · · Page 2 of 3 April 2007 Thurlow Nunn Knowledge and skills required This job holder must have knowledge of:
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January 2013 Edition 2011 Avg Monthy Med Price 2012 Avg Monthly Med Price Change $140,425 $155,112 10.5% 2011 Homes Sold 2012 Homes Sold Change 3,062 Homes 3,625 Homes 18.3% 2011 Avg Monthly Supply of Homes 2012 Avg Monthly Supply of Homes Change 8.5 Months Supply 6.8 Months Supply ‐20% 2011 Avg Days on Market for Sold Homes 2012 Avg Days on Market for Sold Homes Change 110 DOM 106 DOM ‐4% 2011 Year End Housing Inventory 2012 Year End Housing Inventory Change 1,969 Homes 1,690 Homes ‐14.2% Active Residential Listings & Months of Inventory Number of Homes For Sale Months of Inventory 1,969 1,926 1,954 1,913 1,956 2,003 2,042 2,006 1,954 1,843 1,794 1,729 1,693 9.4 7.2 7.4 6.4 6.8 7.1 6.6 6.0 6.0 6.3 5.7 6.4 7.6 Dec‐11 Jan‐12 Feb‐12 Mar‐12 Apr‐12 May‐12 Jun‐12 Jul‐12 Aug‐12 Sep‐12 Oct‐12 Nov‐12 Dec‐12 Courtesy of Keller Williams Check Realty – Statistics provided by PAAR MLS are believed accurate but not guaranteed January 2013 Edition Median Home Sales Price (In Thousands) List to Sell Price Ratio as % Median Sales Price, Days on Market & List to Sell Ratio in Prescott Area MLS Median Days on Market 168.5 160.0 152.0 150.0 162.5 161.9 167.8 160.9 160.0 149.0 135.0 134.0 116 116 114 105 101 95 104 109 102 98 89 88 95.4 97.4 96.0 96.8 96.3 98.2 97.2 96.9 97.0 96.9 97.2 96.3 Jan‐12 Feb‐12 Mar‐12 Apr‐12 May‐12 Jun‐12 Jul‐12 Aug‐12 Sep‐12 Oct‐12 Nov‐12 Dec‐12 Prescott Prescott Valley Chino Valley 2012 Median Sales Price 2011 Median Sales Price 2012 Median Sales Price 2011 Median Sales Price 2012 Median Sales Price 2011 Median Sales Price $220,737 $204,008 $145,007 $128,315 $130,475 $109,024 2012 Avg Number of Monthly Sales 116 Homes 2012 Monthly Median Inventory Supply Avg 2011 Avg Number of Monthly Sales 105 Homes 2011 Monthly Median Inventory Supply Avg 2012 Avg Number of Monthly Sales 78 Homes 2012 Monthly Median Inventory Supply Avg 2011 Avg Number of Monthly Sales 76 Homes 2011 Monthly Median Inventory Supply Avg 2012 Avg Number of Monthly Sales 31 Homes 2012 Monthly Median Inventory Supply Avg 2011 Avg Number of Monthly Sales 24 Homes 2011 Monthly Median Inventory Supply Avg 7.9 Months of Inv 9.6 Months of Inv 5.4 Months of Inv 6.5 Months of Inv 5.1 Months of Inv 7.5 Months of Inv Flagstaff Sedona Cottonwood 2012 Median Sales Price 2011 Median Sales Price 2012 Median Sales Price 2011 Median Sales Price 2012 Median Sales Price 2011 Median Sales Price $226,858 $228,743 $320,441 $316,604 $115,135 $93,390 2012 Avg Number of Monthly Sales 2011 Avg Number of Monthly Sales 2012 Avg Number of Monthly Sales 2011 Avg Number of Monthly Sales 2012 Avg Number of Monthly Sales 2011 Avg Number of Monthly Sales 89 Homes 2012 Monthly Median Inventory Supply Avg 6.1 Months of Inv 80 Homes 2011 Monthly Median Inventory Supply Avg 9.1 Months of Inv 45 Homes 2012 Monthly Median Inventory Supply Avg 9.8 Months of Inv 39 Homes 2011 Monthly Median Inventory Supply Avg 13.9 Months of Inv 30 Homes 2012 Monthly Median Inventory Supply Avg 5.1 Months of Inv 35 Homes 2011 Monthly Median Inventory Supply Avg 6.8 Months of Inv Provided by Keller Williams Check Realty – Statistics provided by PAAR MLS are believed accurate but not guaranteed January 2013 Edition 15 Year Home Price & Inventory Chart ‐ Prescott Area MLS $250 $255k $238k $247k New Home Listings $200 8500 $216k Homes Sold 7500 6,948 New Listings $180k $150 $174k $160k $150k $143k $100 $106k $115k 6500 $155k 5500 $140k $124k $127k 4500 Number of Homes Median Home Price Sold in Thousands Median Residential Sales Price 9500 3500 $50 2500 1,996 Home Sold $0 $100 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2007 2009 1500 2010 2011 2012 $90k Median Price on Land Parcels Sold $78k $70 $64k Land Parcels Sold $60 5250 4573 New Land Listings $53k $38k $41k $43k 6250 $71k New Land Parcel Listings $50 7250 $84k $80 $40 2008 15 Year Land Price & Inventory Chart ‐ Prescott Area MLS $90 Median Land Parcel Price Sold in Thousands 2006 4250 $45k $42k $34k $33k $28k $30 $25k 3250 2250 $20 1250 $10 326 Land Parcels Sold 250 $0 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Courtesy of Keller Williams Check Realty – Statistics provided by PAAR MLS are believed accurate but not guaranteed Parcels of Land 1998 January 2013 Edition Homes Sold & Under Contract in Prescott Area MLS 336 Homes Under Contract 350 325 318 310 299 289 267 295 300 282 269 265 250 222 325 300 283 322 295 293 305 292 285 200 Number of Homes Homes Sold 243 230 221 150 January 2013 Edition 100 Jan‐12 Feb‐12 Mar‐12 Apr‐12 May‐12 Jun‐12 Jul‐12 Aug‐12 Sep‐12 Oct‐12 Nov‐12 Dec‐12 New & Expired Homes in The Prescott Area MLS New Homes on Market Expired Homes 500 450 400 300 455 384 455 250 473 406 409 362 200 333 313 305 150 277 229 89 91 104 123 126 124 106 136 100 149 93 73 50 43 0 Jan‐12 Feb‐12 Mar‐12 Apr‐12 May‐12 Jun‐12 Jul‐12 Aug‐12 Sep‐12 Oct‐12 Nov‐12 Dec‐12 Courtesy of Keller Williams Check Realty – Statistics provided by PAAR MLS are believed accurate but not guaranteed Number of Homes 350 January 2013 Edition Comparison of REO, Short, & Regular Homes Sold in Prescott Area MLS in December REO / Bank Owned Sales 26% Non‐distressed Tradtional Sales 65% Short Sales 9% Percentage of REO, Short Sales, and Non‐Distressed Sales Trends 100% Non Distressed Sales 90% REO Bank Owned Sales 80% 70% Short Sales 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Courtesy of Keller Williams Check Realty – Statistics provided by PAAR MLS are believed accurate but not guaranteed
Talk on “Accurate semantic similarity measurement of biomedical nomenclature by means of fuzzy logic” Jorge Martinez-Gil Software Competence Center Hagenberg GmbH Softwarepark 21, 4232 Hagenberg, Austria firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.scch.at Abstract.
the older more about how socially anxious children process as ‘older’ and the 8-9 year olds as ‘younger.’ comparisons revealed the difference lay in the younger participants were significantly more accurate, supporting The ‘Bubbles’ task was created in MatLab, based on group, whose accuracy scores for disgust were significantly Ewing et al.’s (2017) claim that face processing abilities lower.
Accurate analysis and prediction of weather and climate is exceptionally challenging due to the higher order and often complex interactions between the many erratic variables that influence everyday climate.
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Fast, accurate measurement of the output voltage on the secondary side of an inverter With low-pass filter off With low-pass filter on Preventing instrument failure by keeping out dust If dust gets into the instrument’s enclosure, it can cause the device to fail.
Further, a digital LPF is used to remove unnecessary high-frequency noise, for accurate power analysis.
The study concluded to find it was 97% accurate in detecting an paroxysmal atrial fibrillation.
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Difference in speed Comparison of time taken to measure battery cell internal resistance DC-IR measurement (conventional method) Requires 20 to 30 minutes to around one hour, including charging/discharging AC-IR measurement (using BT4560) Takes just 10 seconds* * When measuring at a frequency of 1 Hz 3 The BT4560 Battery Impedance Meter substantially reduces the time required for inspecting Li-ion battery cells by measuring at low frequencies, providing a fast and accurate measurement of the battery status.
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