Asked in Brain Teasers and Logic Puzzles
Brain Teasers and Logic Puzzles
In a brain teaser what ie knee lights?
Asked in Repossession, Physics, Colors
Where can you get red and blue lights for a the grill of a car?
Why is your knee still so unstable and without strength six months after total knee replacement?
Asked in Land Rover, Land Rover Discovery
Warning lights on Land Rover discovery?
There are many different ones on the dash. They are colour coded as follows: Green: Informative. ie. signal lights, trailer light. Yellow: soft warning lights. The vehicle can still be driven, but there is something that you should be informed of or possibly have checked. ie. service light. diff lock light. Red: serious warning lights. The vehicle should be shut down and parked. Have the matter attended to immediately to avoid damage or incidents. Have it checked by a professional. ie. low coolant, low brake fluid. Blue: Reserved for your high beams. This means your high beam lights are on. Turn them off for approaching vehicles. For specific warning lights, refer to your Owners' Manual, or post a description.
How do traffic lights know when to change?
Several answers But 1 interesting one .... They change via metal sensors buried in the road that detact when a car is above them. See the (usually) dark tarmac diamond shapes in the road. Once metal is detected (ie car). They then decide if they should change or not. IE due to prevailing conditions ie traffic crossing the intersection or the presence of pedestrian crossing lights giving each a priority in turn.
Asked in Electrical Engineering
Knee pont voltage- briefly distinguish?
The knee point voltage of a CT is the voltage at the "knee" of a I-V characteristic (if you increase voltage, and plot this voltage with respect to the current flow, you will see a logorithmic type response). The knee is usually specified as 10% distortion (ie, the voltage is 10% less than you would expect relative to the current flow). beyond the knee point, the CT is considered in saturation. This applies to amplifiers / transistors as well as CTs. Transistors used as ampifiers are operated in the "linear region", or the region below the knee point of that particular transistors I-V characteristic.
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
Which area of the brain contains the medulla oblongata?
How do you turn on fog lights in a 2002 Mercedes E320?
Asked in American Cars, Ford F-150
Why will my Truck start but wont come out of park and none of the electronics ie windows lights work?
Asked in Health, Mental Health, Dementia
What is lewy dementia?
Asked in Isuzu Rodeo
How do you reset the indicator lights on your 2001 Isuzu Rodeo ie abs brake and check engine lights?