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environmental control unit

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ECU

An electronic device that remotely controls home climate (e.g., heating, air conditioning), security (e.g., lighting, door locks, drapes), and communication devices (telephone, television). ECUs are often, but not exclusively, used by persons with functional limitations.
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DENSO's ECU for the AFS has an auto leveling function that controls the headlamps in a perpendicular direction.
When purchased from the vendor ECU comes with a detailed 80-page manual.
(The condenser is used only when the ECU is in COOL mode)
Additionally, the new Golden Minerals options to acquire Golden Minerals common stock will be exchanged for all outstanding ECU options to purchase ECU common shares, and new Golden Minerals warrants to purchase Golden Minerals common stock will be exchanged for all outstanding ECU warrants to purchase ECU common shares.
Eakin, professor of educational leadership at ECU, facilitated an afternoon showcase on existing collaborative programs in the areas of marine science, access and success for transfer students, teacher education, and community development.
Taylor has used ECU control systems on many of its gen-sets for more than two decades "with very little problem," according to Tommy Smith, director of manufacturing at Taylor Power Systems.
Make sure the ECU can be easily modified to meet your future needs.
Over the second week of December, residual fuel oil prices slid further from ECU 83.0 per tonne on December 7 to ECU 82.2 on December 14.
* A global loan for 200 million Francs to foster environmental protection in Seine-Normandie: The EIB is advancing ECU 30 million to Caisse Nationale de Cr dit Agricole (CNCA) for financing environmental protection schemes undertaken chiefly by SMEs in the area covered by the Agence de l'eau Seine-Normandie.
A survey of European business leaders undertaken last year by Ernst & Young in conjunction with the Association for the Monetary Union of Europe (reported in A Strategy for the Ecu, Kogan Page, London, 1990) showed that 83 percent were in favor of a common currency.
Suzanne Pottratz heads the program, which is an option under the umbrella of ECU's Master of Science in Psychological Services.
Houston, TX, June 23, 2017 --(PR.com)-- eCU Mortgage, the CUSO mortgage company that serves credit unions throughout Texas, has introduced a third party mortgage origination service that streamlines the mortgage process and delivers more revenue to credit unions when loans are sold on the secondary market.