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The following URL will provide current and forecast weather for Ottawa: http://www.weather.ca/weather/cities/can/pages/CAON0512.htm 3.4 Exchange Canadian Dollars (C$ or CAD) are the local currency. There are currency exchange counters at the airport. Most commonly accepted cards are American Express, Bankcard, Diners Club, plus MasterCard and Visa and their affiliates. Travelers who carry internationally recognized ATM/Credit cards can get a cash advance in Canadian dollars at Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) installed at airports, major hotels, department stores and tourist attractions. For the latest exchange rates see: http://www.xe.com/ucc/ 3.5 Tipping Tipping is expected at restaurants typically at 15-20% of the amount of the bill. 3.6 Tax Tax is added on good and services including food.
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The following URL will provide current and forecast weather for Ottawa: http://www.weather.ca/weather/cities/can/pages/CAON0512.htm 3.4 Exchange Canadian Dollars (C$ or CAD) are the local currency. There are currency exchange counters at the airport. Most commonly accepted cards are American Express, Bankcard, Diners Club, plus MasterCard and Visa and their affiliates. Travelers who carry internationally recognized ATM/Credit cards can get a cash advance in Canadian dollars at Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) installed at airports, major hotels, department stores and tourist attractions. For the latest exchange rates see: http://www.xe.com/ucc/ 3.5 Tipping Tipping is expected at restaurants typically at 15-20% of the amount of the bill. 3.6 Tax Tax is added on good and services including food.
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PROPOSAL FOR AN AMENDMENT TO REGULATION NO. 79 (STEERING EQUIPMENT)
Until a uniform standard has been defined the connector used to connect to the trailer shall fulfil the following: (a) The pins shall have a current carrying capacity compatible with the maximum continuous current defined in paragraph 2.3. above; (b) Until uniform standards have been agreed the environmental protection of the connector shall be appropriate to the application and included in the Annex 6 assessment; and (c) The connector shall not be interchangeable with an existing electrical connector currently used on the towing vehicle i.e. (...) Until a uniform standard has been defined the connector used to connect to the trailer shall fulfil the following: (a) The pins shall have a current carrying capacity compatible with the maximum current defined by the vehicle manufacturer in paragraph 3.1. above; (b) Until uniform standards have been agreed the environmental protection of the connector shall be appropriate to the application and included in the Annex 6 assessment; (c) The connector shall not be interchangeable with an existing electrical connector currently used on the towing vehicle, i.e. (...) This is considered appropriate for such a trailer operating behind a towing vehicle that is not equipped with the requisite power supply for the trailer steering system until uniform provisions have been defined for a connector and that connector is in general use. 5.
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REGULATION NO. 110, SPECIFIC COMPONENTS FOR CNG : PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO THE REGULATION / SUBMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR STANDARDIZATION
JUSTIFICATION Today a number of different types of filling units (fuelling connectors) are exported all around the world. Customers who travel with their natural gas vehicles in different countries as well as CNG component suppliers require the harmonization of the fuelling connectors. (...) Such a connector offers a larger cross section than the connector in accordance with ISO 14469-1 and, therefore, permits refueling of the vehicles within significantly shorter time periods. This amendment proposes to adopt the ISO 14469-2 as the standard fuelling connector for heavy-duty CNG vehicles, providing an opportunity to adopt a worldwide recognized and approved fuelling connector for heavy duty vehicles
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PROPOSAL FOR AN AMENDMENT TO REGULATION NO. 79 (STEERING EQUIPMENT)
above; (b) Until uniform standards have been agreed the environmental protection of the connector shall be appropriate to the application and included in the Annex 6 assessment; and (c) The connector shall not be interchangeable with an existing ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRRF/2016/20 5 electrical connector currently used on the towing vehicle i.e. (...) Until a uniform standard has been defined the connector used to connect to the trailer shall fulfil the following: (a) The pins shall have a current carrying capacity compatible with the maximum current defined by the vehicle manufacturer in paragraph 3.1. above; (b) Until uniform standards have been agreed the environmental protection of the connector shall be appropriate to the application and included in the Annex 6 assessment; (c) The connector shall not be interchangeable with an existing electrical connector currently used on the towing vehicle, i.e. (...) This is considered appropriate for such a trailer operating behind a towing vehicle that is not equipped with the requisite power supply for the trailer steering system until uniform provisions have been defined for a connector and that connector is in general use. 5.
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PROPOSAL FOR AN AMENDMENT TO REGULATION NO. 79 (STEERING EQUIPMENT)
Until a uniform standard has been defined the connector used to connect to the trailer shall fulfil the following: (a) The pins shall have a current carrying capacity compatible with the maximum continuous current defined in paragraph 2.3. above; (b) Until uniform standards have been agreed the environmental protection of the connector shall be appropriate to the application and included in the Annex 6 assessment; and (c) The connector shall not be interchangeable with an existing electrical connector currently used on the towing vehicle i.e. (...) Until a uniform standard has been defined the connector used to connect to the trailer shall fulfil the following: (a) The pins shall have a current carrying capacity compatible with the maximum current defined by the vehicle manufacturer in paragraph 3.1. above; (b) Until uniform standards have been agreed the environmental protection of the connector shall be appropriate to the application and included in the Annex 6 assessment; (c) The connector shall not be interchangeable with an existing electrical connector currently used on the towing vehicle, i.e. (...) This is considered appropriate for such a trailer operating behind a towing vehicle that is not equipped with the requisite power supply for the trailer steering system until uniform provisions have been defined for a connector and that connector is in general use.
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(a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (g) GGHS DHINDA HARIPUR SOLARIZATION OF EXISTING SCHOOL SCHEDULED ITEMS A LT CABLES CONDUITS & PIPES 1 15-02-a-02 Supply and Erection PVC pipe for wiring purpose complete On surface including clamps etc: 3/4" i/d 1 Rft 100.00 2 15-79-d PVC conduit for surface wiring (duraduct) 2" including all charges for nail screws etc 1 Rft. 200.00 3 15-02-a-03 Supply and Erection PVC pipe for wiring purpose complete On surface including clamps etc: 1" i/d 1 Rft 300 B SOLAR SYSTEM (PHOTOVOLTAIC) 4 26-01-d-01 Supply and Erection of Solar PV Module (Solar Panel) Mono-crystalline A-Grade (per Watt) (As per Approved Specifications) 1 Watt 14,000 5 26-01-m-01 Supply and Erection of hot dipped (80 microns Average) galvanized steel of minimum thickness of 12 SWG / 2.64 mm Channel / Pipe or 8 SWG / 4.06 mm Angle 1 Watt 14,000 6 26-01-i-05 Supply and Erection of off Grid Hybrid inverter with Dual MPPT charge Controler 1 Per Watt 14,000 7 26-01-f-06 Supply and Erection of 12 V Lithium LiFeP04 battery per KWhr 1 KWhr 14 8 26-01-o Supply and Erection of BOX / STAND for Batteries SHS Inverter & Charge Controller 1 Watt 14,000 9 26-01-g-03 Supply and Erection 1x6 sq.mm single core (XPLE/XPLO insulated/PCV sheathed) flexible copper cable 1 Rft. 800 10 26-01-g-06 Supply and Erection 1x25sq.mm Copper cable (Flexible) 1 Rft. 30 11 26-01-n-02 Supply and Erection of 1x1 ft 4mm Copper Earthing Plate 1 Watt 14,000 12 6-01-n-03 Supply and Erection of Stainless Steel Nuts and Bolts 1 Watt 14,000 13 26-01-h-01 Supply and Erection MC4 connector (TUV Approved) 1 Pair 8 14 26-01-h-02 Supply and Erection MC4 Branch connector 1 Pair 20 15 15-105-a Supply & erection of Earth Rod 1 Each 4 16 15-105-b Supply & erection of Earthing wire GSL 6 mm 1 kg 5 17 06-05-f Plain Cement Concrete including placing, compacting, finishing & curing (Ratio 1:2:4) (1'x1'x1') Foundation for Solar Panels Structure) 100 Cft 28 Total Cost of Scheduled Items (Rs.) 0.00 C NON-SCHEDULED ITEMS 18 NS-01 Providing and fixing Lightning Arrestor 1" Copper rod 6ft long with 4'' Bowl five spikes complete in all respect (above top structure level) 1 No. 1 19 NS-02 Providing and fixing Earth Connecting Point 8"x1.5"x 6-8mm insulators with complete Accessories. 1 No 2 20 NS-03 Providing and fixing Earth Connecting Point 8"x1.5"x 6-8mm insulators with complete Accessories. 1 No 2 21 NS-04 SOLAR CONTROL PANEL Control Panel includes 1 No Change Over Switch 3 No indication Light 01 No Volts Digital Voltmeter 03 Nos. 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RECOMMENDATION 2 No 8kw Single Phase Inverter 7*2 KW Solar Panels 2 No 7kwh Battery Backup 2 no Control Panel GHS KANGRA COLONY HARIPUR SOLARIZATION OF EXISTING SCHOOL SCHEDULED ITEMS A LT CABLES CONDUITS & PIPES 1 15-02-a-02 Supply and Erection PVC pipe for wiring purpose complete On surface including clamps etc: 3/4" i/d 1 Rft 100 2 15-79-d PVC conduit for surface wiring (duraduct) 2" including all charges for nail screws etc 1 Rft. 200 3 15-02-a-03 Supply and Erection PVC pipe for wiring purpose complete On surface including clamps etc: 1" i/d 1 Rft 300 B SOLAR SYSTEM (PHOTOVOLTAIC) 4 26-01-d-01 Supply and Erection of Solar PV Module (Solar Panel) Mono-crystalline A-Grade (per Watt) (As per Approved Specifications) 1 Watt 20,000 5 26-01-m-01 Supply and Erection of hot dipped (80 microns Average) galvanized steel of minimum thickness of 12 SWG / 2.64 mm Channel / Pipe or 8 SWG / 4.06 mm Angle 1 Watt 20,000 6 26-01-i-05 Supply and Erection of off Grid Hybrid inverter with Dual MPPT charge Controler 1 Per Watt 20,000 7 26-01-f-06 Supply and Erection of 12 V Lithium LiFeP04 battery per KWhr 1 KWhr 20 8 26-01-o Supply and Erection of BOX / STAND for Batteries SHS Inverter & Charge Controller 1 Watt 20,000 9 26-01-g-03 Supply and Erection 1x6 sq.mm single core (XPLE/XPLO insulated/PCV sheathed) flexible copper cable 1 Rft. 1,000 10 26-01-g-06 Supply and Erection 1x25sq.mm Copper cable (Flexible) 1 Rft. 60 11 26-01-n-02 Supply and Erection of 1x1 ft 4mm Copper Earthing Plate 1 Watt 20,000 12 6-01-n-03 Supply and Erection of Stainless Steel Nuts and Bolts 1 Watt 20,000 13 26-01-h-01 Supply and Erection MC4 connector (TUV Approved) 1 Pair 12 14 26-01-h-02 Supply and Erection MC4 Branch connector 1 Pair 28 15 15-105-a Supply & erection of Earth Rod 1 Each 6 16 15-105-b Supply & erection of Earthing wire GSL 6 mm 1 kg 10 17 06-05-f Plain Cement Concrete including placing, compacting, finishing & curing (Ratio 1:2:4) (1'x1'x1') Foundation for Solar Panels Structure) 100 Cft 36 Total Cost of Scheduled Items (Rs.) 0.00 C NON-SCHEDULED ITEMS 18 NS-01 Providing and fixing Lightning Arrestor 1" Copper rod 6ft long with 4'' Bowl five spikes complete in all respect (above top structure level) 1 No. 2 19 NS-02 Providing and fixing Earth Connecting Point 8"x1.5"x 6-8mm insulators with complete Accessories. 1 No 2 20 NS-03 SOLAR CONTROL PANEL Control Panel includes 1 No Change Over Switch 3 No indication Light 01 No Volts Digital Voltmeter 03 Nos. 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Neutral Bus Bar 1 No 80/100A DC MCB CHINTor ABB (for Battries) 1 no 63A MCB DP for PV 1 CHINTor ABB 3 no 60A MCB DP for Load CHINTor ABB 2 Nos. 60A Amps DP MCB For AC Supply CHINTor ABB 1 no o/u voltage and OL Protection 1 No SPD Includes other Necessary Equioment as per Instruction 1 Job 2 Cost of Non-Scheduled Items: Rs. 0.00 Total Cost of Scheduled & Non-Scheduled Items: Rs. 0.00 RECOMMENDATION 2 No 10kw Single Phase Inverter 10*2 KW Solar Panels 2 Sets 10kwh Battery Backup 2 no Control Panel GPS ZAFAR MEDAN MANSEHRA SOLARIZATION OF EXISTING SCHOOL SCHEDULED ITEMS A LT CABLES CONDUITS & PIPES 1 15-02-a-02 Supply and Erection PVC pipe for wiring purpose complete On surface including clamps etc: 3/4" i/d 1 Rft 50 2 15-79-d PVC conduit for surface wiring (duraduct) 2" including all charges for nail screws etc 1 Rft. 100 3 15-02-a-03 Supply and Erection PVC pipe for wiring purpose complete On surface including clamps etc: 1" i/d 1 Rft 400 B SOLAR SYSTEM (PHOTOVOLTAIC) 4 26-01-d-01 Supply and Erection of Solar PV Module (Solar Panel) Mono-crystalline A-Grade (per Watt) (As per Approved Specifications) 1 Watt 7,000 5 26-01-m-01 Supply and Erection of hot dipped (80 microns Average) galvanized steel of minimum thickness of 12 SWG / 2.64 mm Channel / Pipe or 8 SWG / 4.06 mm Angle 1 Watt 7,000 6 26-01-i-05 Supply and Erection of off Grid Hybrid inverter with Dual MPPT charge Controler 1 Per Watt 8,000 7 26-01-f-06 Supply and Erection of 12 V Lithium LiFeP04 battery per KWhr 1 KWhr 8 8 26-01-o Supply and Erection of BOX / STAND for Batteries SHS Inverter & Charge Controller 1 Watt 7,000 9 26-01-g-03 Supply and Erection 1x6 sq.mm single core (XPLE/XPLO insulated/PCV sheathed) flexible copper cable 1 Rft. 500 10 26-01-g-06 Supply and Erection 1x25sq.mm Copper cable (Flexible) 1 Rft. 30 11 26-01-n-02 Supply and Erection of 1x1 ft 4mm Copper Earthing Plate 1 Watt 7,000 12 6-01-n-03 Supply and Erection of Stainless Steel Nuts and Bolts 1 Watt 7,000 13 26-01-h-01 Supply and Erection MC4 connector (TUV Approved) 1 Pair 8 14 26-01-h-02 Supply and Erection MC4 Branch connector 1 Pair 20 15 15-105-a Supply & erection of Earth Rod 1 Each 2 16 15-105-b Supply & erection of Earthing wire GSL 6 mm 1 kg 5 17 06-05-f Plain Cement Concrete including placing, compacting, finishing & curing (Ratio 1:2:4) (1'x1'x1') Foundation for Solar Panels Structure) 100 Cft 18 Total Cost of Scheduled Items (Rs.) 0.00 Add 8% above on Scheduled Item for District Mansehra (Rs.) 0.00 Total Cost of Scheduled Items (Rs.) 0.00 C NON-SCHEDULED ITEMS 18 NS-01 Providing and fixing Lightning Arrestor 1" Copper rod 6ft long with 4'' Bowl five spikes complete in all respect (above top structure level) 1 No. 1 19 NS-02 Providing and fixing Earth Connecting Point 8"x1.5"x 6-8mm insulators with complete Accessories. 1 No 2 20 NS-03 SOLAR CONTROL PANEL Control Panel includes 1 No Change Over Switch 3 No indication Light 01 No Volts Digital Voltmeter 03 Nos.
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PROPOSAL FOR AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 79
The maximum current supply available at the connector referenced in paragraph 2.5.2. below shall be defined by the towing vehicle manufacturer. 2.4. (...) (b) Until uniform standards have been agreed the environmental protection of the connector shall be appropriate to the application and included in the Annex 6 assessment; and (c) The connector shall not be interchangeable with an existing electrical connector currently used on the towing vehicle i.e. (...) Until a uniform standard has been defined the connector used to connect to the trailer shall fulfil the following: (a) The pins shall have a current carrying capacity compatible with the maximum current defined by the vehicle manufacturer in paragraph 3.1. above; (b) Until uniform standards have been agreed the environmental protection of the connector shall be appropriate to the application and included in the Annex 6 assessment; (c) The connector shall not be interchangeable with an existing electrical connector currently used on the towing vehicle, i.e.
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However, the requirement that the distance between the connector on the truck and the connector on the semitrailer shall be ≥ 350 mm, causes problems. (...) Figure 4 specifies that the distance between the connector on the truck and the connector on the semitrailer shall be ≥ 350 mm. (...) The footnote reads as follows: “3 The requirement in ISO 4009 (paragraph 3.1, figure 4), referred to in ISO 12098:2004, that the locations for electrical and pneumatic connections shall be ≥ 350 mm between the connector on the truck and the connector on the semitrailer for articulated vehicles, may be dispensed with.”.
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REVISED PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 110, SPECIFIC COMPONENTS FOR CNG / SUBMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM THE EUROPEAN NATURAL GAS VEHICLE ASSOCIATION (ENGVA)
Key _____________ 1/ Road Vehicles compressed Natural Gas (CNG) refuelling connector – part 1: 20 MPa (200 bar) connector. 2/ As defined in Annex 7 to the Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles (R.E.3) (TRANS/WP.29/78/Rev.1/Amend.2)." (...) Recently, approved ISO 14469-1 standard for 200 bar (20 MPa) connector for light-duty vehicles provides an opportunity to adopt a unique, worldwide recognized and approved fuelling connector. (...) ISO is now also preparing a similar standard for heavy-duty CNG vehicles: ISO DIS 14469-2 "Road vehicles Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) refuelling connector" – part 2: 20 MPa (200 bar) connector size 2
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