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Pump Type: Optional

Inlet Pressure : >=54kPa.

Flow rate (L/min.): 55±5

Suction Distance (m) :6(verticalmente) / 50(orizzontalmente)

FlowMeter Type :Optional

Accuracy :±0.2%

Motor Voltage(V) :110V/220V/380V,50Hz/60Hz

Capacity(hp) :1HP(0.75kw)

Input Voltage : 110V/220V/380V,50Hz/60Hz

Nozzle: Auto Shut-off Nozzle

Environmental Condition:-40~~+55degree

Control Type :Solenold Vale Control Type

Preset : Function Provided(Small LCDIndicator)

Display(Counter) :Type LCD and Bright Backlight

Digit of Volume : 0~~999,999(6 Digits),Decimal point can be changed

Digit of Amount : 0~~999,999(6 Digits),Decimal point can be changed

Digit of Unit price : 0~~9999(4 Digits),Decimal point can be changed

Digit of Total Range : 0~~99,999,999,99

Optional Display :Type LCD and Bright Backlight

Digit of Volume : 0~~99,999,999(8 Digits),Decimal point can be changed

Digit of Amount :0~~99,999,999(8 Digits),Decimal point can be changed

Digit of Unit price : 0~~999999(6 Digits),Decimal point can be changed

Digit of Total Range : 0~~99,999,999,99

Totalizer: 1~~9,999,999


Weight :385kg

Dimension(L×W×H) :1270 x 620 x 2420(mm)

Dimension(L×W×H)Of Qty of Container :40ft: 28 20ft: 13

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    RAM: to store data in the form of files for processing by a computer's central processing unit (CPU). Once power cut, data in RAM will be lost. Capacity i fuel dispenser s 256 byte to 1k. EEPROM: electrically erasable programmable read-only memory, used for storing customer’s data. From view of fuel dispenser structure, filing IC card actually is a full-mounted singlechip (SCM). Filing IC card security Since storing large information needed to protect, filling IC card has to have high security, not only preventing inappropriate operation, but also restraining illegal visit and manipulation. Therefore, effective protection mechanism is considered in design and manufacture so as to be provided with high capacity of defending attack. The major safety measures of chip are: chip identifying code, preventing disassembly and erasion, data encryption, etc. Chip identifying code: each chip has a unique identifying code, called “chip serial number? Chip preventing disassembly: photoconductive and pressure sensitive components check exterior mechanical force on chip. Once open seal all sensitive data will be cleaned. Chip anti-detect: in order to prevent illegal detect of data, adopting high/low voltage inductive sensor, low frequency inductor and anti-interference technology. Anti-erasion: adopting effective measures to prevent erasing memory through ultraviolet, x-rays and like on. Data encryption: operation system stored in ROM is core of CPU card, which adopt code encryption and special technology hiding ROM area. Meanwhile, encrypted inductor is able to quickly erase RAM area s fuel dispenser o as protect temporary data and encrypted lock. As for EEPROM area, it is adopted specially safety protection measures in chip production. IC card categories and purpose Customer card This kind of IC card is hold by vehicle driver or customer. Customers need to enter personal identification number (PIN) into keyboard as filling. Filling card includes general customer card and unit card. Staff card Hold by general staff of filling stati

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    ated ability to apply knowledge and skills  NOTE The concept of competence is defined in a generic sense in this International Standard. The word usage c fuel dispenser an be  more specific in other ISO documents.  3.2 Terms relating to management  3.2.1  system  set of interrelated or in fuel dispenser teracting elements  3.2.2  management system  system (3.2.1) to establish policy and objectives and to achieve those objectives  NOTE A management system of an organization (3.3.1) can include different management systems such as a quality  management system (3.2.3) a financial management system or an environmental management system.  3.2.3  quality management system  management system (3.2.2) to direct and control an organization (3.3.1) with regard to quality (3.1.1)  3.2.4  quality policy  overall intentions and direction of an organization (3.3.1) related to quality (3.1.1) as formally expressed by  top management (3.2.7)  NOTE 1 Generally the quality policy is consistent with the overall policy of the organization and provides a framework for  the setting of quality objectives (3.2.5).  NOTE 2 Quality management principles presented in this International Standard can form a basis for the establishment of  a quality policy. (See 0.2.)  3.2.5  quality objective  something sought or aimed for related to quality (3.1.1)  NOTE 1 Quality objectives are generally based on the organizations quality policy (3.2.4).  NOTE 2 Quality objectives are generally specified for relevant functions and levels in the organization (3.3.1).  3.2.6   fuel dispenser management  coordinated activities to direct and control an organization (3.3.1)  NOTE In English the term management sometimes refers to people i.e. a person or group of people with authority and  responsibility for the conduct and control of an organization. When management is used in this sense it should always be  used with some form of qualifier to avoid confusion w

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    ditch their transitional arrangements in May. Others are considering whether to liberalise a little (see table). Greater labour mobility, whenever it fuel dispenser comes, will be beneficial. The competitive challenge that lower-cost workers, whether from the EU 10 or elsewhere, will pose f fuel dispenser or the pampered, inflexible workforces of the old EU 15 will exist anyway. Those who would keep out workers from the east will find their efforts as vain as attempts to fend off globalisation. © 2006 . The French judicial system Exit Napoleon Feb 9th 2006 | PARIS From The Economist print edition A miscarriage of justice calls an entire system into question Reuters IT HAS been a landmark case in French judicial history in more ways than one. Since mid-January, a parliamentary inquiry has been studying one of the country s biggest post-war miscarriages of justice how six innocent people, jailed for years in connection with a paedophile ring, were acquitted on appeal only last December, after it turned out that key evidence against them had been made up; and how seven other innocents spent months behind bars. The testimony of the acquitted has been televised live, gripping the public. This week, national TV channels cleared their schedules to broadcast the testimony of Fabrice Burgaud, the lead investigating judge in the case. The affair began in 2000, when social workers suspected sexual abuse of children in Outreau, a subur fuel dispenser b of Boulogne-sur-Mer in northern France. The following year (when neighbouring Belgium was being rocked by the trial of a serial rapist and murderer, Marc Dutroux), a judicial investigation into a suspected paedophile ring was opened, led by Mr Burgaud. Some 20 children were identified as victims, including Burgaud under the spotlight those of three of the couples charged. At the trial, in 2004, the central evidence was testimony by one of the accu