Archive for May, 2017

Sendyne Introduces First Isolation Monitor for EVs and HEVs Capable of Detecting Potential Electrical Hazards During Dynamic Operation

Monday, May 1st, 2017:

Sendyne SIM100 Isolation Monitor It’s a new type of electronic device that takes advantage of the modern stochastic process theory in order to solve a safety problem with very few known parameters. New York, NY (PRWEB) April 27, 2017 Sendyne has introduced the SIM100, a new type of automotive rated isolation monitoring safety device that is capable of detecting potential electrical hazards during the dynamic operation of high voltage unearthed systems, such as electric and hybrid vehicles. The SIM100 module is the first device of its kind capable of unambiguously detecting the electrical isolation state of a high voltage […] Read More →

Pachino Hill hoping to make name for himself | Sports

Monday, May 1st, 2017:

When Pachino Hill tells people his name, he almost always gets the look. If the people are from the Quad-Cities, they probably know the name. Their mind immediately goes to the Pachino Hill they’ve heard and read about, the one who had more than 120 brushes with law enforcement officers, was arrested 29 times and who currently resides in Bruceton Mills Federal Penitentiary in Hazelton, West Virginia. “I can tell by the look,’’ this Pachino Hill says. “They don’t want to say anything but I can tell by the look what they’re thinking. “We’re two different people, though.’’ This Pachino […] Read More →

Enjoy New York like a local

Monday, May 1st, 2017:

Autoplay Show Thumbnails Show Captions Last SlideNext Slide Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 1 has a large lawn with a view of the bridge.(Photo: NYC & Company) NEW YORK—As summer approaches, New Yorkers and tourists will be tempted away from the city’s many restaurants to picnic and frolic outdoors. While Central Park may arguably be the most famous lawn in the city, there are more than 1,700 parks throughout all five boroughs from which to choose. “New York City has no shortage of green space and outdoor recreation for visitors, especially in the warmer months,” says Fred Dixon, president & CEO […] Read More →

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