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HIOKI TM6101 ENG 98%

Chromaticity is expressed as a point on a chromaticity diagram defined by the International Commission X Y on Illumination (CIE).

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/12/25/hioki-tm6101-eng/

25/12/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

InTokyo Issue 01 2015 Dec 4 96%

japantoday.com savvytokyo.com gaijinpot.com japan.careerengine.org 3 SEASON’S GREETINGS Illuminations Illuminations PHOTO | KYODO PR CITY LIGHTS ODAIBA YAKEI ILLUMINATION The holiday season in Tokyo is an illuminating experience spirits during the cold, dark winter months—not to mention take a few selfies.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/12/04/intokyo-issue-01-2015-dec-4/

04/12/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

PV900FHD 95%

3. Insert Battery and Memory Card 2.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/05/05/pv900fhd/

05/05/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

TSB 02-157-14R Subaru engine oil consumption 92%

a vehicle which is presented with a report of a low engine oil level (as read on engine dipstick/ gauge or indicated by illumination of the low engine oil level warning lamp), which is at or near the time / mileage of the next service interval (based upon the date / mileage of the most recent oil change), is not representative of unusual oil consumption.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/01/16/tsb-02-157-14r-subaru-engine-oil-consumption/

16/01/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

Illuminations gallery article 89%

The new Sacramento Illumination Gallery and it's début exhibition – Art, Light and Life - provides a few answers.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2012/07/01/illuminations-gallery-article/

01/07/2012 www.pdf-archive.com

Illuminations gallery pdf July 89%

The new Sacramento Illumination Gallery and it's début exhibition – Art, Light and Life - provides a few answers.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2012/07/28/illuminations-gallery-pdf-july/

28/07/2012 www.pdf-archive.com

021017 Honors-Newsletter-FINAL 88%

EMBRY-RIDDLE HONORS PROGRAM NEWSLETTER IN THIS NEWSLETTER:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/02/21/021017-honors-newsletter-final/

21/02/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

Guarda 88%

Illumination lasts until the end of the following turn.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/01/16/guarda/

16/01/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

limo final v1191003 87%

LIMO can take care of three-phase, Neutral, illumination line and metallic pole voltage.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2020/01/17/limofinalv1191003/

17/01/2020 www.pdf-archive.com

HIOKI FT3424 ENG 84%

The lnternational Commission on Illumination (CIE) has established comparative standards for luminosity, setting the maximum perception for 1 and indicating the amount of perception of each wavelength by the relative value, and calculating the average of many people.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/12/25/hioki-ft3424-eng/

25/12/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

G4SM-23RL 84%

LIGHTING • Front lighting system utilizes two (2) full-length, safety shielded fluorescent bulbs for enhanced, shadow-free illumination.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/02/04/g4sm-23rl/

04/02/2014 www.pdf-archive.com

Sedna-Lighting-C37-CAL37-Lamps-Spec-Sheet 80%

Features 360º illumination and up to a 85% reduction in energy consumption and electricity costs.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/11/16/sedna-lighting-c37-cal37-lamps-spec-sheet/

16/11/2015 www.pdf-archive.com

cam 80%

Illumination Shutter speed Lens 0.001 Lux @ (F1.2,AGC ON),0 Lux with IR 0.0014 Lux @ (F1.4,AGC ON),0 Lux with IR PAL:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/05/22/cam/

22/05/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

SCB-5000 Specifications 78%

Illumination 0.03Lux (F1.2, 50IRE), 0.001Lux (1sec, F1.2, 50IRE) 0.01Lux (F1.2, 30IRE), 0.0003Lux (1sec, F1.2, 30IRE) S / N Ratio 52dB (AGC off, Weight on) Video Output CVBS :

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2017/05/05/scb-5000-specifications/

05/05/2017 www.pdf-archive.com

sheet 1 76%

R 31 PIN MOLEX XRC BULKHEAD CONNECTOR R R R R SHEET ONE YEL -BLK YELLOW SIX PIN MOLEX 150 CONNECTOR 2 BLK BLACK AIR PRESSURE GAUGE HARNESS ORANGE OBD CABLE PURPLE PURPLE YEL AIR LOCKER 1 11 GREEN 12V 3 AMP FUSED FROM PANEL GS MAIN AIR PRESSURE SENSOR GS MAIN AIR PRESSURE SENSOR RETURN BLACK 15 16 GS AIR BAG PRESSURE SENSOR RETURN 18 12V 2AMP 25 GROUND TO DASH FOG LIGHTS 5V REGULATED 24 27 ACR CONTROL SIGNAL 23 RED ACR SWITCH POWER 22 26 ACR LED 21 RED-BLACK BOSCH 5 PIN RELAY UNDER DASH RED GREEN GREEN TRANSMISSION TEMPERATURE 20 GRAY/ORANGE 8 3 2 7 1 BLACK MICRO SWITCH UNDER DASH FOGS WITH HIGHS DISABLE RED SOLDER SPLICE IN OEM HARNESS HIGH BEAM GRAY/ORANGE SOLDER SPLICE IN OEM HARNESS YELLOW 7 5 THIS PAGE MULTIFUNCTION SWITCH HEADLIGHT SWITCH C1 TRANSMISSION TEMPERATURE GREEN RED WHITE BLACK 2 BLUE BLACK 1 GREEN RED BLK ARB CKSA12 HARNESS DIFFERENTIAL TEMPERATURE CONNECT TO F2 48 15 AMP OR F2 43 15 AMP IN CJB (FUSE BOX) MAIN FUSE BOX HOT ON RUN OR ACC ADD -A-FUSE 2 AMPS AEROFORCE 5V REGULATOR ACR REMOTE SWITCH HOT ON RUN OR ACC YELLOW RED 12V FUSED 2 AMP WHITE DIFFERENTIAL TEMPERATURE CUSTOM HARNESS A1 BLACK 19 WHITE GS AIR BAG PRESSURE SENSOR 17 BLUE RED WINCH POWER 13 14 ORANGE PRESSURE SWITCH 12 RED DRK GRN AIR LOCKER 2 10 BLK PSI PSI C1 GLOWSHIFT GS-C713_DUAL AIR PRESS GAUGE NOTES 174 TRANS TEMP ALL WIRES ARE 18 GAUGE UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED ON DIAGRAM R MEANS CIRCUIT IS RELAYED COPYRIGHT 2011 BION ROGERS * * * OBD II CONNECTOR 12V HEADLAMP SWITCHED SOURCE 18 GA PRESSURE GAUGE LIGHT DIMMING 18 GA GROUND TO DASH TO DASH ILLUMINATION 2 PIN PIN MOLEX 150 CONNECTOR 1 DIODE 1 AND 2 ARE INSTALLED TO ALLOW EITHER COMPRESSOR SWITCH TO EFFECT LOCKER OPERATION.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2011/10/24/sheet-1/

24/10/2011 www.pdf-archive.com

DesignReview 76%

          Solar Powered LED Blinds  Design Review    Group 28: Austin Estes & Kerr Oliva    TA: Katherine O’Kane    ECE 445    February 15, 2016          Table of Contents    1 Introduction  1.1 Statement of Purpose  1.2 Objectives  1.2.1 Goals and Benefits  1.2.2 Functions and Features    2 Design  2.1 Block Diagrams  2.1.1 Power Block Diagram  2.1.2 Signal Block Diagram  2.2 Block Descriptions  2.2.1 Solar Panels  2.2.2 Charge Controller  2.2.3 Li­ion Battery  2.2.4 Buck Converter  2.2.5 Microcontroller  2.2.6 Electric Motor  2.2.7 RGB LEDs  2.2.8 User Inputs  2.2.9 Motor Driver  2.2.10 Voltage Controlled Current Source  2.3 Schematics of Overall System  2.4 Simulations and Calculations  2.4.1 Charge Time  2.4.2 LED Discharge Time  2.4.3 Total Battery Discharge Time    3 Requirements and Verifications  3.1 Requirements and Verifications Tables  3.1.1 Solar Panels  3.1.2 Charge Controller  3.1.3 Li­ion Battery  3.1.4 Buck Converter  3.1.5 Microcontroller  3.1.6 Electric Motor  3.1.7 RGB LEDs  1  3.1.8 Voltage Controlled Current Source  3.2 Tolerance Analysis  3.3 Safety  3.4 Code of Ethics    4 Cost and Schedule  4.1 Cost Analysis  4.1.1 Labor  4.1.2 Parts  4.1.3 Total Cost  4.2 Schedule    5 References    5.1 References    2  1 Introduction    1.1 Statement of Purpose    The goal for this project is to create a self­contained system powered solely by solar  panels that can bring light to a room, whether it be to help illuminate the room with white light or  add a more aesthetic appeal using a different color of light. This way the blinds cannot only  block out the sun’s light from a room during the day, but can store the sun’s energy for use later  at night.  The solar panels will be placed on the blinds, so that they can be angled towards the sun  either by the user or by the microcontroller. This should allow for the maximum power  production depending on the current conditions outside. The solar panels will charge a  rechargeable lithium­ion battery, which will power the electric motor which turns the blinds, the  microcontroller, and the RGB LEDs. The electric motor will be controlled by the microcontroller  using solar data to determine where the best angle is for the blinds. The user will be able to  choose the intensity of the red, green, and blue light from the LEDs individually, creating a  massive selection of custom colors.  Our hope was to be able to create a product that someone could use in his/her home to get  the benefits of green energy, without having to do an expensive retrofit. Our project could also  be used in an area where electric power is not readily available or not reliable, that way the user  could have an electric light source at night.    1.2 Objectives    1.2.1 Goals and Benefits  ● Entirely self­contained  ● Offer additional lighting in conjunction with normal illumination appliances  ● Automatically angle blinds for best solar power production    1.2.2 Functions and Features  ● Solar charged li­ion battery  ● Automated electric motor movements  ● Customizable RGB LED output  ● DC Motor able to turn in either direction        3  2 Design    2.1 Block Diagrams    2.1.1 Power Block Diagram    Figure 1.​  This block diagram shows how the power will flow through the system.    2.1.2 Signal Block Diagram  4 

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2016/02/29/designreview/

29/02/2016 www.pdf-archive.com