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The hand-held device slightly larger than a cell phone is attached to the car ignition.
Opcon, based in Stockholm, Sweden, manufactures ignition and engine control systems, electromechanical actuators, screw compressors and heat exchangers.
It is the temperature of 232 [degrees]C at which the "self-ignition" index is determined, since the point of ignition can be already found for coal around this temperature.
CPSC Commissioners voted 3-0 last fall to issue an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPR) to expand the regulatory proceeding on upholstered furniture flammability to include ignitions both by smoldering cigarettes and by small open flames.
Coding computers to the ignition key has been very successful at defeating our car theft problems.
An ignition interlock device is required as a condition of a restricted drivers license for drivers with a first conviction for Operating with a Blood Alcohol Content of 0.
There are obviously inhomogeneities in the spray, and the fuel and oxidizer do not have enough time to mix down to the molecular level during the ignition delay period.
Decomposition of the fuel molecules into smaller hydrocarbons and active radicals initiates the spontaneous ignition of the properly mixed air/fuel charge, leading to the premixed combustion phase.
As content marketing has become inherent for brands, and more purposeful and creative across the industry, returning to my roots in advertising to work at Ignition is a thrilling venture," said Talbot.
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In-car breathalyzers--or ignition interlocks--have stopped more than 1,770,000 would-be drunk drivers across the country since states first passed ignition interlock laws, according to a Mothers Against Drunk Driving report.
A keyless ignition system -- also called a smart key -- is a method of electronic access and authorization of an entry and ignition system that's available as an option or standard in several cars.