KT-LCD3 e-Bike Display User Manual v3.0

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KT-LCD3 e-Bike Display User Manual V3.0
Dear customer, please read this manual before you use KT-LCD3 instrument. The manual will guide
you use the instrument correctly to achieve a variety of vehicle control and vehicle status displays.
Functions and Display
Instruments using the structure form of instrument body portion and the operation buttons are
designed separately.
1 a UP button 10 A 6KM/H push power assist
2 m SW button KM/H Riding speed(metric)
3 Q DOWN button
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MPH Riding speed (imperial)
4 Battery capacity indicator MXS MAX speed
5 = » Backlight and headlights AVS Average speed
6 o The brake display Km Distance(metric)
7 TM Single trip time Mil Distance (imperial)
TIM Total trip time 12 DST Trip distance
MOTOR W Power display ODO Total distance
8 MOTOR °C Motor temperature VOL Battery voltage
MOTOR T Motor Fahrenheit
13
ASSIST Pas level
9 V Environment temperature CRUISE Cruise function
T Environment Fahrenheit
Operation
1. ON/OFF
Hold ■ button long to turn on the power, and hold SHU button long for a second time to turn
off the power. When the motor stops driving and when the e-bike is not used for a consecutive 5
minutes, it will automatically shut down and turn off the motor power supply.
2. Display 1
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Hold button to start up and enter display 1.
2.1 Turn on backlight and headlights
BHold JSl button long to turn on backlight and headlights (the
controller should have headlight drive output function); hold a button
……………………….. i long again to turn off the backlight and headlights.
2.2 Assist ratio gear (ASSIST) switch
■.—– .: . . s Hold O or O button shortly to switch 1-5 file gear. Gear 1 is for
Sthe minimum power, gear 5 is for the highest power. Each startup will
!T i automatically restore the gear shutdown last time (the user can ■”…………… -…. i randomly). Gear 0 is without booster function.
2.3 6KM/H assist promotion function
Hold S button and flashes, the vehicle drives at the speed not
more than 6Km /h. Release a button, the function is invalid.
2.4 Crui i
After the cruise function is turned on, the trip riding speed is greater
than 7 km/ h, hold a button long and enter cruise, the CRUISE lit. Brake
or hold any button to cancel.
2.5 Display and delete of single data
After power on for 5 seconds, hold Cl and B button at the
same time, single trip riding time (TM) and single trip distance (DST) flash,
hold MB button shortly, the content of both is cleared. If failed holding
the button within 5 seconds, it will automatically return the display interface after 5 seconds, original
content is preserved.
3. Display 2
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In the riding mode after 5 seconds, display 2 automatically returns to display 1, and the original
motor power (MOTOR W) display is replaced with motor operating temperature display (MOTOR °C)
display (the internal motor should be equipped with the temperature sensor and the output of
temperature detection signal).
4. Displays
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Hold button shortly in display 2 to enter display 3.
7.1 Error Code Display
In the riding condition, five seconds later, a single maximum speed (MXS) display automatically
returns to the real riding speed (KM/H).
5. In display 3, hold IS! button shortly (SW),and the display will re-enter display 1.
6. Hold IKS’ button to turn off the display and the power supply of controller.
7. Automatically prompt interface
Definition
Throttle Abnormality
Motor hall signal Abnormality
Torque sensor signal Abnormality
05 _info Axis speed sensor Abnormality(only applied to torque
sensor)
06 _info Motor or controller has short circuit Abnormality
Electronic control system failure will display (flashing) fault code. Once the fault was removed, it
automatically exits from the fault code display interface.
7.2 Motor temperature alarm
When the motor temperature (the internal motor should be equipped with the temperature sensor
and the output of temperature detection signal) is over the warning value, MOTOR ”C (T) flashes to
alarm at any display, meanwhile the motor controller will offer the appropriate protection to motor.
General Project Setting
1. Set maximum riding speed i
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Error Code
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03_Jnfo
04_Jnfo
05___jnfo
06_Jnfo
After power on for 5 seconds, hold (lasS and mmi button at the
same time, maximum riding speed KM/H and MXS flash, hold IS or
I w button shortly to set the maximum riding speed (default 25KM/H).
Hold IISM! button shortly and go to the next parameter settings.
2. Wheel diameter setting
The wheel diameter will be set after finishihg setting the maximum riding speed, wheel diameter
specifications flashes. Hold m or S’ button shortly to set the specifications of wheel diameter.
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3. Set the metric units
Select the range 6,8,10,12,14,16,18,20,22,24,26,700c and 28 inches. Hold
button shortly and go to the next parameter settings.
The metric units will be set after finishing setting wheel diameter,
KM/H and Km flash. Hold 191 or a button shortly and select the
three metric units of speed, mileage, and ambient temperature in
synchronization.
Display Metric Imperial
Riding speed KM/H MPH
Total distance Km Mil
Environment temperature ”C Temperature T Fahrenheit
4. KM/H and Km stop flash after metric unit setting is completed. Hold iKM button shortly again to
re-enter the maximum riding speed setting interface; or hold Ififi! button long to exit from setting
environment of routine projects and save the setting values, returning to display 1.
5. Exit from routine project setting
All three routine project settings can exit from the setting environment and return to the display
if hold IB) button long after each setting is completed, meanwhile the setting values are saved.
Under each setting interface, if the button failed holding for more than 1 minute, it will
automatically return to display 1, and the setting value is invalid.
Outline Drawings and Dimensions
1. Dimensions of main instrument body 2. Mounting dimensions of double brackets

Austin Air Owners Manual and Warranty

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austin air systems, limited Air Cleaner Warranty Activation.pdf

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Austin Air cleaner.
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In the unlikely event that you’re not completely satisfied
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Your Austin Air cleaner is warranted to be free from
defects in material and workmanship for a period of
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Austin Air cleaner was operated under normal residential
use and that you have completed and returned your
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Austin Air offers a 5-year, pro-rated filter warranty; the
most comprehensive in the industry. No more costly filter
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Costco Technical Support and Warranty

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To help us assist you quickly, please
have the following information
available when you call:

Name
Costco Membership Number
Costco Item Number printed on your Costco receipt
Item Description & Model Number
Serial Number
Purchase Date
IMPORTANT
INFORMATION
See the manufacturer’s warranty for details.
The Costco Concierge Services warranty
mirrors the manufacturer’s warranty in
the second year for televisions, major
appliances and computers.4
Common exclusions are data backup
and software replacement, physical
damage, or liquid damage. Costco
Concierge Services advises backing
up your computer frequently.
For more information, visit
Costco.com and search Concierge.
1 Refrigerators (above 10 cu. ft,), freezers, ranges, cooktops,
over-the-range microwaves, dishwashers, washers and dryers.
1 Excludes Touchscreen Tablets
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make and model, with third-party providers. Setup help does not
include home installation services.
, Costco reserves the right to fulfill the second-year warranty
obligation through a refund up to the purchase price.
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PC Volume Control Knob, DROK USB Volume Adjuster Knobs Audio Sound Controller for Adjusting Volume of Computer, No Loss of Sound Quality with 4.6 Feet Cable

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Rotate it to adjust volume
Press it down to be muted
The USB interface
Easy to be muted:
• Pressing down the top cover will turn to be
mute; pressing again it wi ll return to the
origina l volume .
Volume Control:
• The entire top of the Wire Controller is one big, physical volume control knob, you can control
volume of your computer speaker.
• 1. First plug this USB wire controller to your computer;
2. Then adjust the votume level you actually want using th is big knob, which is way easier than
hunting for the setting on your computer.
• Use stepper digital potentiometer, pointing adjustment, has a very nice feel.
• It controls computer sound card by instruction, sound doesn’t get through wire , so no loss of
sound quality. ,am•
• Please don’t use this ,tern in damp environment, al though the product has been packaged with
waterproof material, the components may also be broken in damp enviror:ment for a long time.
• Please put this item in a safe and stable space, to avoid fa lling or being broken.
• The volume control knob has a very nice smooth feel, please don’t force to turn it.

Honeywell AT140A1000 40Va, 120V Transformer – 60 Hz.

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Honeywell
AT120A,AT140A,AT150A,AT175A
Universal Transformers
APPLICATION
These transformers are for use in 24 Vac nominal control
circuits. They are typically used in heating/cooling control
systems but can be used in any application that does not
exceed the load ratings. They meet National Electrical
INS1f’ALLAiTl©N INSTRlUC1il©NS
Code Class 2 “not wet” and Class 3 “wet” requirements
and are Underwriters Laboratories (UL} Inc. listed under
UL 1585. They can be mounted through a 7/8 in. knockout
on the accessory mounting plate (included}, or with
the integral mounting feet. See Table 1 for additional
specifications.
Table 1. Model Specifications.
Primary
I
Input
Model
I
Voltage Wiring Open
Number (60Hz) Connections Circuit
AT120A \ 120/208/ 9 in. leads 27.0
240
AT140A 120 9 in. leads 27.0
120/208/
240
120/240
208/240
AT150A 120/208/ 9 in. leads 27.5
240
AT175A 120/208/ 9 in. leads 27.5
240
INSTALLATION
When Installing this Product …
1. Read these instructions carefully. Failure to follow
them could damage the product or cause a hazardous
condition.
2. Check the ratings given in the instructions and on
the product to make sure the product is suitable for
your application.
3. Installer must be a trained, experienced service
technician.
Secondary
Voltage
At Rated Output Rating at
Power Wiring 100 Percent Power
Output connections Factor
24.0 Screw 20VA
terminals
24.0 Screw 40VA
terminals
24.0 Screw SOVA
terminals
24.0 Screw 75VA
terminals
4. After installation is complete, check out product
operation as provided in these instructions.
,iLCAUTION
Electrical Hazard.
Can cause electrical shock or equipment
damage.
Disconnect power supply before beginning
installation.

AT120A. AT140A, AT150A, AT175A UNIVERSAL TRANSFORMERS
Mounting
The transformer can be mounted in one of three ways:
– foot mounting.
– plate mounting.
– mounting through outlet box knockout hole.
Foot Mounting
1. Mount the transformer using screws (not supplied}
through the four 3/16 in. x 3/8 in. holes in the
mounting feet. . . .
2. Make line voltage primary connections w1th1n an
approved enclosure. See Fig. 1.
3. Discard the mounting plate.
MOUNTING
FOOT(2)~
Fig. 1. Foot mounting.
Plate Mounting
MOUNTING PLATE TO lRANSFORMER
Mount the plate to the transformer in either of two
positions (see Fig. 2):
• at clamp on primary end bell.
• at laminations.
69-0251-3
PLATE MOUNTED AT CLAMP ON PRIMARY END BELL
MOUITTING PLATE
lEADWIRES
FORPRIMAR.y
CONNECTIONS
SCREW
TERMINALS FOR
SECONDARY
CONNECTTONS
‘- RAISEOPORTIONOF
LARGE CENTER KNOO<OUT
PLATE MOUNTED AT THE LAMINATIONS
&. MOUNTINGFEETON”A”MOOELSONLY.
Fig. 2. Mounting plate to transformer in either
of two positions.
MOUNTING PLATE AT CLAMP ON PRIMARY END BELL
1 Turn the screw on the clamp almost all the way out.
2. Hold the mounting plate with the keyhole slots up
. and the raised portion of the large center knockout
thread the primary leadwires
. through the round center hole in the plate.
Fit the clamp and screw through the round hole. !: While holding the plate in place

GEMEE Rechargeable Walkie-Talkies 1 Pair UHF462-467MHz 22 Channel FRS/GMRS Two-Way Raidos Walkie Talkies with Rechargable Batterry and Charger – 2 Pcs (Blue)

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lS.BUILT-IN FLASH LIGHT
As an added fe aturesour Ra dio’s has a built-in flas hl ight that can
be used in sending light signals or for your lighting ne e ds
19.Technical specifications
Channels
Sub – code
Frequency
Range
Battery
Transmis sion Powe
Modulation Type
Channel spacing
8/20 /22
CTCSS 99
400-470MHz
Up to 3 Km(Open fie ld)
4xAAl\
=<500mW ERP
FM- F3E
12.5/25kHz
Duo Charger adapter Output:7.5 V DC/350mA
Disposal of Old Ele ctrical & Electronic
Equipment (Applicable in the European
Union and other European countries with
separate collection systems) This symbol
on the productor on its packing
indicates that this product shall not be
treated as household waste.Instead it shll
Be handed over to the applicable collection
point for the recycling of electrical and electronic
equipment.By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly ,you will
he lp prevent potent ial negative consequences for the environment and
human health,which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste
banding of this product. The recycling of materials will help to conserve
nat ural resour ces.For more detailed information about recycling of this
product ,please contact your local city office or your household waste
disposal service.
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Sperry instruments quick start guide model number et64220

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MODEL NUMBER: ET64220
In an effort to go green, the full instructions for this tool
can be downloaded from www.sperryinstruments.com/en/
resources. Please be sure to fully read the instructions
and warnings prior to using this tool. Damage to the tool
or injury to the user may result from failure to follow all
instructions or warnings!
Battery Installation
Batteries are NOT included – Batteries
required to operate this tool are: (4) LR44; (2) AAA battery
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Smart Electrician GFCI Manual 15 amp

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Tamper-Resistant
SELF-TESTING
GFCIOUTLET
SPECIFICATIONS:
2-Pole, 3-wire grounding
duplex outlet
120VAC only
15A at outlet
20A feed-through
End of life indicator light

Tamper-Resistant
SELF-TESTING
GFCIOUTLET

15
AMP
120V AC 60Hz
Matching
faceplate
included
Back and
side wire
White
Tamper-Resistant

GFCIOUTLET
Customer Service: 1-800-937-6925

BUILHN
54FETYACTION
Spring-loaded
shutter
mechanism
restricts
access to an
object in any
one side
of the outlet.
c@us
LISTED
© 2017 Distributed by Menard, Inc,
Eau Claire, WI 54703 MADE IN CHINA
Vioit MENARDS,COM® @

Tamper-Resistant
SELF-TESTING
GFCIOUTLET
Outlet self-tests every 1-112 hours
to ensure continuous safety
PROTECT AGAINST
ELECTRICAL SHOCKS FROM:
– Frayed wiring
– Appliances and tools with
hazardous leakage levels
– Contact with dampness while
using electrical appliances

Tamper-Resistant
SELF-TESTING
GFCIOUTLET
363-3839
THIS
IS A TAMPER-RESISTANT
GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTER:
BUILT-IN SAFETY ACTION
Spring-loaded shutter mechanism allows plugs to enter, but
resists access to single-pronged items like keys, hairpins, or nails.
This device replaces a conventional receptacle outlet. Should
someone come in contact with a live (hot) wire, this GFCI will
detect a current leakage as little as 5 milliamps and will shut the
power off almost immediately (1/40 of a second).
The National Electric Code (NEC) requires the use of GFCI outlets
in kitchens, bathrooms, garages, basements and outdoors.

LISTED
CAUTION: USE THIS DEVICE ONLY WITH COPPER OR
COPPER CLAD WIRE. WITH ALUMINUM WIRE USE ONLY
DEVICES MARKED CO/ALR. READ AND UNDERSTAND
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS INSIDE.

Contour Shuttle Pro 2 Manual

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Contour Shuttle Device
Control Panel
Contour Shuttle Device Configuration
About
User’s Guide
version 2
Windows

Contour Shuttle Multimedia Controllers ii
8 Glossary of Terms and Components…………………………………………………………………… 27
9 Contour Customer Care…………………………………………………………………………………… 28
9.1 Technical Support ……………………………………………………………………………………. 28
9.2 Warranty Statement…………………………………………………………………………………. 28
Appendix 1: Example on how to program Global Settings …………………………………………….. 30
Programs and products names mentioned herein are Trademarks or Registered Trademarks of their owners.
Contour Shuttle Multimedia Controllers iii
1 Introduction to Shuttle Devices
Contour Shuttle devices have been designed to enhance the productivity of multimedia content
creators, but they also increase productivity in many other types of applications, including:
• graphics and photo editing
• word processing
• spreadsheet manipulation
• internet operations
• medical imaging
• any application that uses key commands
Contour Shuttle devices consist of two (2) components: the ergonomically designed device itself
and the software that allows you to manage it.
All Contour Shuttle devices have a Jog wheel and a Shuttle ring that are programmable.
The ShuttleXpress has five (5) programmable buttons, the ShuttlePRO has thirteen (13)
programmable buttons, and the ShuttlePRO 2 has fifteen (15). The two top rows of buttons on
the ShuttlePRO series have removable caps so the included labels can be inserted for quick
reference as to which functions each button is programmed to perform.
Buttons, Jog wheel and Shuttle ring will be referred to as Shuttle components.
Fig. 1-1 ShuttlePRO v2 Layout
Contour Shuttle Multimedia Controllers 1
* Top row of four (4) buttons,
numbered 1 through 4, left to right
Left side button, numbered 14
Joq Wheel
Third row of two (2) buttons
(below the Jog and Shuttle Knob),
numbered 10 and 11, left to right
* Second row of five (5) buttons,
numbered 5 through 9, left to right
Right side button, numbered 15
Shuttle Ring or Shuttle Knob
(outer, black, spring-loaded ring)
Fourth row of two (2) buttons
(just above the palm rest),
numbered 12 and 13, left to riqht
* The Top row of four (4) buttons
and the second row of five (5)
buttons contain clear removable
key caps for cus10m labeling.
Fig. 1-2 ShuttlePRO Layout
Fig. 1-3 ShuttleXpress Layout
The Shuttle device software allows you to manage a specific configuration of your Shuttle
device for every application you have on your computer.
The software will automatically select the appropriate configuration according to the current
active application.
The installation package provides pre-installed settings (factory settings) for many common
applications; you can modify these settings at anytime and/or create new settings for other
applications, through the Shuttle device Control Panel.
1.1 Installing Shuttle Device Software
It is recommended to install the software before plugging your Shuttle device into any
available USB port.
Shuttle devices are “plug and play”: there is no need to shutdown and restart your computer
when you plug or unplug the device from a USB port.
Contour Shuttle Multimedia Controllers 2
* Top row of four ( 4) buttons,
numbered 1 through 4, left to right
Joq Wheel –+-Third
row of two (2) buttons —,—–‘
(below the Jog and Shuttle Knob),
numbered 10 and 11, left to right
Top row of five (5) buttons,
numbered 1 through 5, left to right
Joq Wheel
* Second row of five (5) buttons,
numbered 5 through 9, left to right
,…..,~-f—- Fourth row of two (2) buttons
(just above the palm rest),
numbered 12 and 13, left to riqht
* The Top row of four (4) buttons
and the second row of five (5)
buttons contain clear removable
key caps for custom labeling.
Shuttle Ring or Shuttle Knob
(outer, black, spring-loaded ring)
1.1.1
1.1.2
System Requirements
• System running Windows 98, 98SE, ME, 2000 or XP.
• Available USB port. (A direct USB port connection is desirable, but a hub connection will
also work. Contour recommends using powered hubs and against using conversion
devices, such as USB adapters.)
• 10 Mbyte of hard disk space for the Shuttle device driver installation.
Installation Procedure
Notes:
1) It is recommended that you close all other applications that may be running on your
system and that you disable any virus protection software until after the installation is
complete.
2) If you have any previous Shuttle devices driver installed on your system, please refer to
paragraph 6 (Updating or Uninstalling your Shuttle device Software) before proceeding.
3) For Windows 2000 and XP users: installing the driver requires system-administrator
security privileges.
Step 1.
Step 2.
Locate and double-click the Contour Shuttle device driver installer.
A dialog box will prompt you through the installation process. Once installation is
complete you should receive a message stating, “Contour Shuttle Device Driver has
been successfully installed. Press the Finish button to exit Setup program.”
Fig. 1-4
Note: A restart is NOT necessary after the installation is complete.
Contour Shuttle Multimedia Controllers 3
• Contour Shuttle setup (8J
http:/ /www.contourdesign.com
Contour Shuttle has been successfully installed
Press the Finish button to ei-:it Setup p1ogram
to De 1g, n
2 Shuttle Device Control Panel
The Shuttle Device Control Panel is the component of the software that allows you to manage
your Shuttle device by defining and/or modifying application settings.
Application settings are the individual sets of actions associated to the Shuttle components for a
pre-determined application. Stated differently, the Control Panel manages application settings.
Changes performed on the application settings are enabled as soon as you click on the Apply or
OK button in the Control Panel.
The Control Panel does not need to be open when you use the Shuttle device.
The software automatically detects the program you are using and automatically switches to
the correct application settings associated with the application.
2.1 Control Panel Overview
The Shuttle device Control Panel provides a specific properties page for each type of Contour
Shuttle device. The page related to your Shuttle device will be enabled as soon as you plug the
device into your computer for the first time and will remain even after unplugging the device.
Fig. 2-1
User Action Menu
Target Application
Menu Computer Response
Menu
Keystroke Field
Frequency Menu
Comment Field
Contour Shuttle Multimedia Controllers 4
Contour Shuttle Device Configuration (8J
ShuttlePRO v2 Macro management About
Settings management
Target application
•• Global Settings
Device events control
User action
0 Shuttle in Right 4
Computer response
Type Keystroke
Keystroke
Not assigned
Smart release
Frequency
Once Only

Patriot lighting assembly and installation instructions model 3 5 1-4 208

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ASSEMBLY AND INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
351-4208 / 351-4209 / 351-4210 / 351-4211
WARNING: Turn off the main power at, ci_rcuit br~aker _be~ore installing fixture.
AVERTISSEMENT: Coupez la sourced ahmenta~10~ pnnc1pale au panneau
central de disjoncteurs avant d’installer le lumma1re.
B f . t iiNOTE: 1. e ore 111s a ·ng consult local electrical codes for wiring and grounding requirements. 1 , k )
2 Customer Service: 1-800-887-6326 (wee days 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. CST 3: READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
Contents of Spare Parts:
Assembly Kit
(1 SET)
(4009MM for 351-4208)
(4010MM for 351-4209)
(4011MM for 351-4210)
(4012MM for 351 -4211)
Long Screw
Glass Shade
(1 PCS)
(92511 5)
Fig.1
House Grounding Wire