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Recommendation L.36 - Single mode fibre optic connectors This Recommendation describes the main features of fibre optic connectors, in terms of types, fields of application, configurations and technical aspects. Further, this Recommendation examines the optical, mechanical and environmental characteristics of fibre optic connectors, advising on general requirements and test methods.
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 Page 592 - Cloud computing: From paradigm to operation           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 592 - Cloud computing: From paradigm to operation P. 592 3 XaaS – identifies the user profile managed by the user profile management function (see clause 7.3.2) if a DaaS user has already been registered; – coordinates with different virtualization infrastructures according to a delivery protocol, in some cases the client connection needs to be customized according to dedicated infrastructure; – sends virtual desktop access information and/or other formats like a customized access connector software, access connection plugins in a browser to a DaaS client to proceed with client connection; – performs connection monitoring for any type and reconnection with the connection monitoring if a DaaS client is disconnected; it also guarantees both security and quality of service (QoS) of the delivered DaaS service based on the connection; – validates the license of the user's applications of virtual desktops. 7.2.3 User access management The user access management function: – validates a DaaS user with CSU's access information in logon procedure; NOTE 1 – CSU's access information is registered at the portal of a DaaS platform or a DaaS user's terminal. (...) NOTE 2 – For a DaaS user who accesses DaaS for the first time, an administrator prepares CSU's access information for the DaaS user's logon procedure in advance in the user account and profile management function (see clause 7.3.2). – accesses the user account and profile management function (see clause 7.3.2) for each DaaS client according to CSC types, the information may be used to authorize access, establish connections with DaaS-specific protocol/connection; – notifies the result of a client connection to a DaaS client to give guides to access a DaaS platform and requests the client connection to the client connection management function (see clause 7.2.2) after validating a DaaS user, the access can be achieved through a dedicated connector software or through a web browser and plugin supporting DaaS-specific protocol; – supports differentiated permissions according to CSC types; NOTE 3 – The permissions are classified into authority of administration, resource access, and service access. – supports secure access through a security protocol (such as secure shell or transport layer security) and technical access depending on the type of DaaS client such as the dedicated software, general- purpose web browser; – maintains logs such as the date and time of the user log-on and log-off, the type of DaaS client, the location of the DaaS client, and the service usage, etc. 7.2.4 Provisioning and allocation of virtual desktop The provisioning and allocation function: – prepares hardware and software resources for a virtual desktop corresponding with CSU's account information, load-balancing or allocation policy; – configures a DaaS platform with a virtual desktop delivery protocol and resource pool for virtual desktop environments; NOTE 1 – This function involves the following processes: • the provision for a DaaS client configured to receive the allocation of a virtual desktop; • the provision for a connection manager to control a type of a virtual desktop to be allocated according to CSU's account and access information; • the provision for a DaaS Platform to be selected among platforms in the datacentre or server farm on which the virtual desktop is allocated. 584     587     588     589     590     591     592     593     594     595     596     597          
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PROPOSAL FOR A SUPPLEMENT TO UN REGULATION NO. 13 (HEAVY VEHICLE BRAKING)
The signal shall be activated from the trailer as follows: (a) via pin 5 of the electric connector conforming to ISO 7638:20039 or, as relevant, via the equivalent pin of an automated connector meeting the requirements of Annex 22. (...) The amber warning request referred to above may only be used to transmit equivalent information as defined for pin 5 of the ISO 7638:2003 connector or, as relevant, via the equivalent pin of an automated connector meeting the requirements of Annex 22. (...) The pin 5 of the rear electric connector shall be electrically isolated from the pin 5 of the front electric connector. 5.2.2.24.4.
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Score: 1161225.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...RANS/WP.29/GRVA/2020/30&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR SUPPLEMENT 13 TO THE 04 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO UN REGULATION NO. 44 (CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEMS)
[XX], such as a bar, located in a defined zone, designed to accept an ISOFIX top tether strap connector and transfer its restraint force to the vehicle structure." (...) "ISOFIX top tether hook" means an ISOFIX top tether connector typically used to attach an ISOFIX top tether strap to an ISOFIX top tether anchorage as defined in Figure 3 of UN Regulation No. 14 or Figure 3 of UN Regulation No. (...) This means, inter/alia, that it shall not be possible for the buckle to be left in a partially closed position; it shall not be possible to exchange the buckle parts inadvertently when the buckle is being locked; the buckle shall only lock when all parts are engaged.
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Score: 1159706.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...CE/TRANS/WP.29/2017/123&Lang=E
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UN REGULATION NO. 44 - REVISION 3 – AMENDMENT 6
"ISOFIX top tether anchorage" means a feature fulfilling the requirements of UN Regulation No. 14 or UN Regulation No. 145, such as a bar, located in a defined zone, designed to accept an ISOFIX top tether strap connector and transfer its restraint force to the vehicle structure." (...) "ISOFIX top tether hook" means an ISOFIX top tether connector typically used to attach an ISOFIX top tether strap to an ISOFIX top tether anchorage as defined in Figure 3 of UN Regulation No. 14 or Figure 3 of UN Regulation No. 145." (...) This means, inter/alia, that it shall not be possible for the buckle to be left in a partially closed position; it shall not be possible to exchange the buckle parts inadvertently when the buckle is being locked; the buckle shall only lock when all parts are engaged.
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Score: 1159706.1 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc....1/ADD.43/REV.3/AMEND.6&Lang=E
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DRAFT SUPPLEMENT 10 TO THE 09 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 13, BRAKING
A failure within the electric control transmission of the trailer that affects the function and performance of systems addressed by this Regulation and failures of energy supply available from the ISO 7638:1997 */ connector shall be indicated to the driver by the separate warning signal specified in paragraph 5.2.1.29.2. via pin 5 of the electrical connector conforming to ISO 7638:1997. */ In addition, trailers equipped with an electric control line, when electrically connected to a towing vehicle with an electric control line, shall provide the failure information for activation of the red warning signal specified in paragraph 5.2.1.29.2.1. above, via the data communication part of the electric control line, when the prescribed service braking performance of the trailer can no longer be ensured." (...) Trailers equipped with an ISO 7638:1997 connector as defined above shall be marked in indelible form to indicate the functionality of the braking system when the ISO 7638:1997 connector is connected and disconnected. (...) - Should a failure exist within the electrical supply of energy from the ISO7638:1997 connector the requirements of paragraphs 5.2.2.15.2.1. and paragraph 4.1. of annex 13 with respect to failure warning shall apply irrespective of the operation of the braking system from the additional power supply." _________
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Score: 1157112.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=TRANS/WP.29/1017&Lang=E
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DRAFT CORRIGENDUM 2 TO SUPPLEMENT 15 TO THE 04 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 16, SAFETY-BELTS / SUBMITTED BY THE EXPERTS FROM INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF MOTOR VEHICLE MANUFACTURERS (OICA) AND EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF AUTOMOBILE SUPPLIERS (CLEPA)
Full-height forward-facing toddler child restraint systems envelope Key 1 Limits in the forward and upwards directions 2 Dashed line marks area where a support leg, or similar, is allowed to protrude 3 N/A 4 Further specifications of the connector area are given in Regulation No. 44 Figure 1 – ISO/F3 envelope dimensions for a full-height forward-facing toddler CRS (height 720 mm) - ISOFIX SIZE CLASS A TRANS/WP.29/GRSP/2004/27 page 3 4.2. Reduced-height forward-facing toddler child restraint systems envelope Key 1 Limits in the forward and upwards directions 2 Dashed line marks area where a support leg, or similar, is allowed to protrude 3 N/A 4 Further specifications of the connector area are given in Regulation No. 44 5 Attachment point for the top tether strap Figure 2 – ISO/F2 envelope dimensions for a reduced-height forward-facing toddler CRS, (height 650 mm) – ISOFIX SIZE CLASS B TRANS/WP.29/GRSP/2004/27 page 4 4.3. Reduced-height second version back shape forward-facing toddler child restraint systems envelope Key 1 Limits in the forward and upwards directions 2 Dashed line marks area where a support leg, or similar, is allowed to protrude 3 N/A 4 Further specifications of the connector area are given in Regulation No. 44 Figure 3 – ISO/F2X envelope dimensions for a reduced-height second version back surface shape forward-facing toddler CRS, (height 650 mm) – ISOFIX SIZE CLASS B1 TRANS/WP.29/GRSP/2004/27 page 5 4.4.
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DRAFT CORRIGENDUM 3 TO SUPPLEMENT 15 TO THE 04 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 16, SAFETY-BELTS / TRANSMITTED BY THE WORKING PARTY ON PASSIVE SAFETY (GRSP)
Full-height forward-facing toddler child restraint systems envelope Key 1 Limits in the forward and upwards directions 2 Dashed line marks area where a support leg, or similar, is allowed to protrude 3 N/A 4 Further specifications of the connector area are given in Regulation No. 44 Figure 1 - ISO/F3 envelope dimensions for a full-height forward-facing toddler CRS (height 720 mm) ISOFIX SIZE CLASS A TRANS/WP.29/2005/35 page 4 4.2. Reduced-height forward-facing toddler child restraint systems envelope Key 1 Limits in the forward and upwards directions 2 Dashed line marks area where a support leg, or similar, is allowed to protrude 3 N/A 4 Further specifications of the connector area are given in Regulation No. 44 5 Attachment point for the top tether strap Figure 2 – ISO/F2 envelope dimensions for a reduced-height forward-facing toddler CRS, (height 650 mm) – ISOFIX SIZE CLASS B TRANS/WP.29/2005/35 page 5 4.3. Reduced-height second version back shape forward-facing toddler child restraint systems envelope Key 1 Limits in the forward and upwards directions 2 Dashed line marks area where a support leg, or similar, is allowed to protrude 3 N/A 4 Further specifications of the connector area are given in Regulation No. 44 Figure 3 – ISO/F2X envelope dimensions for a reduced-height second version back surface shape forward-facing toddler CRS, (height 650 mm) – ISOFIX SIZE CLASS B1 TRANS/WP.29/2005/35 page 6 4.4.
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PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT SUPPLEMENT 10 TO THE 09 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 13, BRAKING / TRANSMITTED BY THE WORKING PARTY ON BRAKES AND RUNNING GEAR (GRRF)
A failure within the electric control transmission of the trailer that affects the function and performance of systems addressed by this Regulation and failures of energy supply available from the ISO 7638:1997 */ connector shall be indicated to the driver by the separate warning signal specified in paragraph 5.2.1.29.2. via pin 5 of the electrical connector conforming to ISO 7638:1997. */ In addition, trailers equipped with an electric control line, when electrically connected to a towing vehicle with an electric control line, shall provide the failure information for activation of the red warning signal specified in paragraph 5.2.1.29.2.1. above, via the data communication part of the electric control line, when the prescribed service braking performance of the trailer can no longer be ensured." (...) Trailers equipped with an ISO 7638:1997 connector as defined above shall be marked in indelible form to indicate the functionality of the braking system when the ISO 7638:1997 connector is connected and disconnected. (...) - Should a failure exist within the electrical supply of energy from the ISO7638:1997 connector the requirements of paragraphs 5.2.2.15.2.1. and paragraph 4.1. of annex 13 with respect to failure warning shall apply irrespective of the operation of the braking system from the additional power supply." ________________
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Score: 1155727.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=TRANS/WP.29/2004/37&Lang=E
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AGREEMENT CONCERNING THE ADOPTION OF UNIFORM TECHNICAL PRESCRIPTIONS FOR WHEELED VEHICLES, EQUIPMENT AND PARTS ... REGULATION NO. 13, UNIFORM PROVISIONS CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF VEHICLES OF CATEGORIES M, N AND O WITH REGARD TO BRAKING
A failure within the electric control transmission of the trailer that affects the function and performance of systems addressed by this Regulation and failures of energy supply available from the ISO 7638:1997 */ connector shall be indicated to the driver by the separate warning signal specified in paragraph 5.2.1.29.2. via pin 5 of the electrical connector conforming to ISO 7638:1997. */ In addition, trailers equipped with an electric control line, when electrically connected to a towing vehicle with an electric control line, shall provide the failure information for activation of the red warning signal specified in paragraph 5.2.1.29.2.1. above, via the data communication part of the electric control line, when the prescribed service braking performance of the trailer can no longer be ensured." (...) Trailers equipped with an ISO 7638:1997 connector as defined above shall be marked in indelible form to indicate the functionality of the braking system when the ISO 7638:1997 connector is connected and disconnected. (...) - Should a failure exist within the electrical supply of energy from the ISO7638:1997 connector the requirements of paragraphs 5.2.2.15.2.1.
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Score: 1154346.3 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE....1/ADD.12/REV.5/AMEND.2&LANG=E
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