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The airbags within the backpack must be fitted with pressure relief valves; q) consumer electronic devices (watches, calculating machines, cameras, cellular phones, laptop computers, camcorders, etc.) containing lithium or lithium ion cells or batteries when carried by passengers or crew for personal use. (...) In addition, each spare battery must not exceed the following quantities: — for lithium metal or lithium alloy batteries, a lithium content of not more than 2 grams; or — for lithium ion batteries, an aggregate equivalent lithium content of not more than 8 grams. r) portable electronic devices (for example cameras, cellular phones, laptop computers and camcorders) powered by fuel cell systems, and spare fuel cartridges, under the following conditions: 1) fuel cell cartridges may only contain flammable liquids (including methanol), formic acid and butane; FALP/5-WP/14 Appendix A-4 2) fuel cell cartridges must comply with International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) PAS 62282-6-1 Ed. 1; 3) fuel cell cartridges must not be refillable by the user. (...) Fuel cell cartridges which are used to refill fuel cell systems but which are not designed or intended to remain installed (fuel cell refills) are not permitted to be carried; 4) the maximum quantity of fuel in any fuel cell cartridge must not exceed: a) for liquids 200 mL; b) for liquefied gases, 120 mL for non-metallic fuel cell cartridges or 200 ml for metal fuel cell cartridges; 5) each fuel cell cartridge must be marked with a manufacturer’s certification that it conforms to IEC PAS 62282-6-1 Ed. 1, and with the maximum quantity and type of fuel in the cartridge; 6) each fuel cell system must conform to IEC PAS 62282-6-1 Ed. 1, and must be marked with a manufacturer’s certification that it conforms to the specification; 7) no more than two spare fuel cell cartridges may be carried by a passenger; 8) fuel cell systems containing fuel and fuel cell cartridges including spare cartridges are permitted in carry-on baggage only; 9) interaction between fuel cells and integrated batteries in a device must conform to IEC PAS 62282-6-1 Ed. 1.
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Score: 1226247.7 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...cuments/Falp5-2008/wp14_en.pdf
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As soon as the credit’s in their phone, it gets pulled right out again. It’s ok.  Enough of the phones work.  (A few are also completely out of electrical charge.   (...) What we first thought was us overloading the cell tower was more of a problem of credit-debt.  
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Score: 1225483.8 - https://www.unicef.org/innovat...ort-liberia-launches-westpoint
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Yours sincerely Gunnar Bengtsson cell phone +4670 767 88 96 phone +468 783 14 48 fax +468 735 86 12 Swedish National Chemicals Inspectorate Box 1384, S-17127 Solna Sweden
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Score: 1224683.5 - https://www.who.int/ifcs/docum.../westeuro/ENews3(18.11.02).doc
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Fue rmitted;” i) “fuel cells onic device is al Instruction corporation i ONIC DEVIC o the rging loped presentation fo rovisions cur equirements f rried by passe el cells whose s must be of a not in use . . (...) DISCUSSION 2.1 Part 8, Table 8-1, item 20) requirements h) and i) concerning fuel cells and batteries were developed at the Twentieth Meeting of the DGP in 2005 when provisions for fuel cell technologies were first considered. At that time there were significant uncertainties about the types of fuel cell products that would be commercialized, the status of the relevant international safety standard and the nature of interaction between fuel cells and batteries in terms of safety. 2.2 By 2013 at least three fuel cell products to power personal electronics devices are commercially available from major retail providers, providing real world examples of products and commercial experience with them.
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Score: 1222647 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...ers/DGP.24.IP.002.2.Rev.en.pdf
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Basic Data * Title: (Mr, Mrs, Ms, Dr, Col, etc) ___________________ * DoB: (DD/MM/YYYY) ___________________ * Name: Last First ______________________________________ ____________________________________ *  Staff Member  Former Staff Member  Spouse Spouse’s name/contact information: _______________________________________________ * Mailing Address: * Phone/Cell #: _____________________________ Street Address________________________________ Apt/Suite/Bldg __________________ City________________________________________ State/Province __________________ Country_____________________________________ Zip/Postal Code _________________ * E-mail: (Personal only – no UN address) ________________________________________________ Emergency Contact ____________________________ ______________________ _________________________ Name Relationship Phone/Cell # Last Position Held UN System Organization (from ask.un.org) ___________________________________ ___________________________________________ Dates (From/To)______________________ Dept/Office_________________________________ Nationality_________________________ Languages__________________________________ * Required fields ___________________________________________ 2.
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Score: 1222132.7 - https://www.un.org/other/afics...application_form_march2021.pdf
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DISCUSSION OF ISSUES ON PRBA'S LITHIUM ION BATTERY PROPOSALS / TRANSMITTED BY THE PORTABLE RECHARGEABLE BATTERY ASSOCIATION (PRBA)
Lithium ions move from one electrode to the other depending on the state of charge (SOC) of the cell. The figure below illustrates the reactions that take place within a typical lithium ion cell. (...) A similar IEEE standard for cellular phones is near completion. 8. There are frequently many steps in the transport chain from the time a lithium ion cell is manufactured to the time it is purchased by the consumer. (...) When non regulated nickel-based rechargeables were causing problems in European cell phones, Siemens stated, “These, for the most part, technically inferior products can, in extreme cases, explode when on charge for long periods in the home or in car chargers since some of these batteries have no safety functions to protect against overcharging.”
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Score: 1221629.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2005/43&Lang=E
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CVs ranged from 4% (Cu in telephones, and Sb in cell phones) to 134% (Cr in VCR). The standard error of the mean (se) is shown in Table 3 and is plotted in Figures 1-3. (...) It is clear that only a few elements (Sb, Cu and Pb) were consistently measured in all samples. Cell phones had the most measurable elements, with many elements above the respective TTLC. (...) All product types exceed the TCLP limit for Pb and, with the exception of CPUs, all product types exceed the STLC for Pb. Cell phones have the most exceedences and microwaves the fewest: Cell phones exceed both the STLC and TCLP limits for Pb, and they also exceed the TTLC for Pb, Sb, Cu, Ni and Cr.
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Score: 1221515.7 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...s/2008-03/E-waste_report_0.pdf
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A horseman and his phone-cell during the Moussem of Tan Tan, a festival of noma.
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Score: 1221259 - https://en.unesco.org/mediaban...ML/mediabank-eprint-15981.html
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Microsoft PowerPoint - annerose_e.ppt Convergent value-added services make content for millions of new internet users through Agricultural Value Chains Daniel Annerose, CEO WTO, Geneva, 2008 Africa, the fastest growing mobile market 2011 • + 50% of Africa’s 950 million people will use cell phones (BroadGroup) • 70% of them will live in rural areas (World Bank) Weaknesses in agribusiness in Africa S U P P L I E R S B U Y E R S F A R M E R S Today • Numerous and splitted relationships • No shared and powerful interactive communication systems. • Poor visibility of the reality of activity of small farmers • High cost management • Limited performances • Poor profitability Weaknesses increase risks Production Processing Logistics Retail • Farm management • Climate changes • Input quality & supply • Pests • Credit access • Market demand • Payment delays • Process Unit supply • Product quality • Power supply failures • Process management • Transportation delays • Handling incidents • Cold chain failures • Quality insurance • Safety insurance • Fairness Customer • Supply – Logistic • Risk management • Traceability Linking Small business 2 Large business S M A L L B U S I N E S S E S With Manobi Solutions L A R G E B U S I N E S S E S Market knowledge increases everyone’s income • Modou Seck waits for the middleman at the gate of his farm. • He doesn’t know his product’s value is on the end market • He can only negotiate with the information the middleman gives him! But with T2M… • He checks the market price on his cell phone. • He shows the screen to the middleman • They negotiate a fair price as business peers • He increases his annual revenue by $750 per acre, doubling his income. • The middleman wins, too, because he now uses T2M to choose the best end market to get for himself the highest price. (...) Our vision Manobi turns the mobile phone into a business tool • We develop local contents and services for all business players in their own value chains. • We create a unique convergence between the Mobile Network & Internet to provide to our clients access and data exchange on business pricing and logistics anytime and anywhere. • We use technology to deliver user-centered services and content for every business, no matter what its size. • We push the envelope of network flexibility to deliver efficient e-tools to all our clients Income Mobility SMS/MMSVoice WAP I-Mob.
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Score: 1220486.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...m_e/sym_feb08_e/annerose_e.pdf
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Nissan Carwings has 94,000 subscribers enjoying several services like destination setting of car navigation system by concierge, hands free phone and “Here I am” mail. Seamless connection between driver and the world is a key. Platform including two connections 1) car navigation system and customer’s cell phone, 2) car and outside, must be standardized for customer’s convenience with low cost.
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Score: 1220004.1 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-T/work...00503/abstracts/os-ikeura.html
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