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T-G FUEL DISPENSER

T-G

T-G FUEL DISPENSER

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

Hose: 4.5m

Weight :280kg.

Dimension(L×W×H) : 1160*540*1970(mm)

Dimension(L×W×H)Of Qty of Container :40ft:29

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    ariable DC voltage. Diagram 3-9 is a drive circuit. The display mode of volume and sales on main display board adopt 6 digits liquid crystal display (Model ED-139, see Diagram 3-11), PPU or unit price r digits LCD (Model ED-830, see Diagram 3-12). Diagram 3-9: Static circuit and wave of LCD tube Diagram 3-10: Drive circuit of one-digit tube Diagram 3-11: ED-139 6-digit LCD Diagram 3-12: ED-830 4-digit LCD Display drive chip often adopts 8-digit memory/flip-latch: 74HC95. The drive circuit of liquid crystal display is composed of double D trigger 74HC74 and double input exclusive-OR gate 74HC86. Some fuel dispensers adopt special crystal drive circuit in liquid crystal display, its principle basically similar to 74 series LCD drive circuit. A few fuel dispenser manufacturers adopt light-emitting diode (LED) as display components of display board because its cost is low and need not backlight in evening. The defect of this display component is bad display effect, fuel dispenser especially under extensive sunlight, and much electricity consumption. LED display drive circuit also has parallel and serial drive, similar to LCD display drive circuit in terms of structure. Very few fuel dispensers adopt matrix or color liquid crystal display, showing much information. However, it largely increases cost. 2.4 Power supply Stable voltage power supply used in explosion-proof fuel dis fuel dispenser penser Most of fuel dispensers adopt explosion-proof type, installing liner stable voltage power supply or switch voltage power supply. Switch voltage stabilizing power supply includes power transformer, DC/DC converter, 220V direct commute and pulse transformer, illustrated in Diagram 3-14 and 3-15. Due to cost-efficient and simple design, liner stable voltage power is widely adopted. However, it is affected by exterior network voltage. Although pulse transformer is able to tackle with network voltage fluctuation, it is can’t afford because of complicated technology, expensive cos fuel dispenser t and difficult to maintenance. In recent years, D

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    Data (Data_Id Data_Lg Data_El)   媴   媴   媴   Data (Data_Id Data_Lg Data_El)   LNAR = Second address (S N) from   the Recipient_Addr_Table   LNAO   IFSF_MC = 0   BL   M_St = Unsolicited + token   M_Lg   DB_Ad_Lg   DB_Ad   Data (Data_Id Data_Lg Data_El)   Data (Data_Id Data_Lg Data_El)   媴   媴   媴   Data (Data_Id Data_Lg Data_El)   LNAR = Last address (S N) from the   Recipient_Addr_Table   LNAO   IFSF_MC = 0  October 2002 IFSF - STANDARD FORECOURT PROTOCOL FP2_1.83   COMMUNICATION SPECIFICATION   Page: 39   BL   M_St = Unsolicited + token   M_Lg   DB_Ad_Lg   DB_Ad   Data (Data_Id Data_Lg Data_El)   Data (Data_Id Data_Lg Data_El)   媴   媴   媴   Data (Data_Id Data_Lg Data_El)  FP2_1.83 IFSF STANDARD FORECOURT PROTOCOL Oc fuel dispenser tober 2002   COMMUNICATION SPECIFICATION   Page: 40  4.5.4 Heartbeat   Heartbeat message   on the network   (sent by any equipment)   broadcast   on Domain 1   LNAO (Originator Subnet + Node)   IFSF_MC = 1   DEVICE_STATUS bin8 (0-255)   bit 1 = Configuration Needed   bit 2-7 = fuel dispenser Reserved for future use   bit 8 = Software refresh required  Periodically each device sends on the network a broadcast message. The message is sent  using the UNACKD message service. The period for this Heartbeat-message is defined by  Data_Id 4 Heartbeat_Interval in the Communication Service Database. Each device can  use it to control that the communication with this equipment is still available.  The Recipient_Addr_Table is used by the communication layers to control that he fuel dispenser

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    ut sponsorship Planetary science When a world is born Oct 12th 2006 From The Economist print edition The discovery of new planets has forced a rethink of how they formed Illustrations A WHIRLING, swirling, circumstellar cloud of dust and gas gave birth to the Earth, or so astrophysicists have long believed. But recent discoveries of planets outside the solar system—exoplanets, to give them their proper name—have made scientists suspect that not all such objects can have formed in the same way as the Earth and her neighbours. This insight raises the possibility that the universe contains many more exoplanets than was previously thought. The first such new world was discovered in 1993 by researchers at Pennsylvania State University. It was thought to be unusual in that the star it orbits is a pulsar—a rapidly rotating, extraordinarily dense neutron star that emits fuel dispenser no light. Two years later Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz, of the Geneva Observatory, in Switzerland, spotted a gaseous giant—the same sort of planet as Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune—circling a sun-like star called 51 Pegasi. This exoplanet looked unusual too, because it orbits its host star at a mere twentieth of the distance of the Earth from the sun. Astronomers have since detected more than 200 exop fuel dispenser lanets, and such quirks are no longer novel in their positioning or in some other respect, most differ substantially from the planets of the solar system. And astronomers hope to see in the differences they observe among exoplanets evidence of differences in the ways these bodies were created. Astrophysicists generally agree that planets, whether they are small and rocky, like the Earth, or gaseous giants, like most of the exoplanets discovered so far, form from the disc of dust and gas that surrounds a nascent star. Researchers had seen debris discs around exoplanets host st fuel dispenser ars, but until recently they had not seen