Annex 2. 1a The AOI effective as of the date of this Agreement* * Included as Exhibit 3.1 (previously filed)
Annex 2. The Form to Notify the contracts connected between the (S) and the End-Use Customers For the End-Use Customer: .............................
Annex 2. Angles of geometric visibility The angles shown in these arrangements are correct for lamps to be mounted on the right side of the vehicle. Part A: Position, end-outline marker, stop, front and rear direction indicators, daytime running and front and rear parking lamps Figures A2-I: Angles of geometric visibility, horizontal and vertical Horizontal angles Vertical angles Table A2-1 Angles of geometric visibility, horizontal and vertical Lamp Minimum horizontal angles (inboard / outboard) Minimum vertical angles (above / below) Additional information Front direction indicator (1, 1a, 1b) 45°/80° (20°/80°) a 15°/15° (15°/5°) b - Rear direction indicator (2a, 2b) 45°/80° (20°/80°) a 15°/15° (15°/5°) b (5°/15°) c - Front/rear direction indicator (11, 11a, 11b, 11c, 12) 20°/80° 15°/15° (15°/5°) b - Front/rear position singular (MA, MR) 80°/80° 15°/10° (15°/5°) b - Front/rear position pair (MA, MR) 20°/80° 15°/10° (15°/5°) b - Stop singular (MS) 45°/45° 15°/10° (15°/5°) b - Stop pair (MS) 0°/45° 15°/10° (15°/5°) b - Front/rear position (A, R1, R2) 45°/80° (20°/80°) a 15°/15° (15°/5°) b (5°/15°) c - Front/rear parking (77R) 0°/45° 15°/15° (15°/5°) b - Front/rear end-outline marker (AM, RM1, RM2) 0°/80° 15°/15° (15°/5°) b (5°/15°) c - Stop lamp (S1, S2) 45°/45° (20°/45°) a 15°/15° (15°/5°) b (5°/15°) c - High mounted stop lamp (S3, S4) 10°/10° 10° / 5° - Daytime running lamps (RL) 20°/20° 10° / 5° - Notes to Table A2-1: a Reduced angles used only below the H-plane for lamps mounted with the H-plane below 750 mm. b For lamps to be installed with the H-plane of the lamp at a mounting height of less than 750 mm. c Optional lamps to be installed with the H-plane of the lamp at a mounting height of more than 2,100 mm. Part B: Side direction indicators and side parking lamps Figures A2-II Angles of geometric visibility, horizontal and vertical Horizontal angles Vertical angles Table A2-2 Angles of geometric visibility, horizontal and vertical Lamp Horizontal angles (A/B) Min. vertical angles (above/below) Additional information Side direction indicators (5) 5° / 55° 15° / 15° 15° / 5° b Horizontal angles apply to direction A Side parking a 0° / 45° 15° / 15° 15° / 5° b Horizontal angles apply to front and rear Notes to Table A2-2: a Side parking lamps are a combination of front and rear facing parking lamps b Reduced angles used for lamps mounted with the H-plane below 750 mm. Part C: Side marker lamps Figures A2-III Angles of geometric visibility, horizontal and vertic...
Annex 2. Information document for type approval of a vehicle with respect to the installation of devices for indirect vision The following information, if applicable, shall be supplied in triplicate and include a list of contents. Any drawings shall be supplied in appropriate scale and in sufficient detail on size A4 paper or on a folder of A4 format. Photographs, if any, shall show sufficient details. General
Annex 2. In the case of a Guarantor established in Germany as a limited liability company (Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung) (a “German GmbH Guarantor”), or as a limited partnership (Kommanditgesellschaft) with a limited liability company (Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung) as sole general partner (a “German GmbH & Co. KG Guarantor” and, together with any “German GmbH Guarantor”, a “German Guarantor”), the enforcement against such German Guarantor of any and all claims arising under this Article III shall be limited, if and to the extent that under this Article III the relevant German Guarantor guarantees obligations of any of the German Guarantor’s affiliated companies (verbundenes Unternehmen) within the meaning of Section 15 of the German Stock Corporation Act (Aktiengesetz) (other than any of the German Guarantor’s subsidiaries), if and to the extent that
Annex 2. 8.6 (“The Contractor’s Bid Package”) contains the technical specifications submitted within the Negotiated Procedure.
Annex 2. Key sites for conservation of the species and their protection status34 IBA Site Code and Name Area (ha) SPA Ramsar Location Population size Year Season Accuracy Lat. Long. DENMARK DK120: Xxxxx Xxxxx 100,000 Yes 54°50 N 14°22 E 8,000 2008 P ESTONIA EE049: Irbe Strait (Riga Bay) 206,640 Kaugatoma-Xxx - EE0040441 Kura kurgu - EE0040434 57°49 N 21°51 E 30k – 700k 1993 W Good EE059: Pärnu Bay (Riga Bay) 109,330 Pärnu lahe - EE0040346 58°15 N 24°03 E 57k – 270k 1999 P Unknown EE063: Kahtla-Kübassaare (Riga Bay) 14,355 Kahtla-Kübassaare - EE0040412 Väinamere - XX0000000 58°25 N 23°08 E 50k – 195k 1996 P Unknown EE045: Nõva-Osmussaare 23,924 Nõva-Osmussaare - EE0040201 59°11 N 23°27 E 20k – 200k 1999 P Unknown EE070: Pakri 21,039 Pakri - XX0000000 59°21 N 24°13 E 59,100 1999 P Unknown FINLAND FI002: Käsivarsi fjelds 220,078 Käsivarren Erämaa - FI1300105 69°00 N 21°30 E 100 pairs 1996 B Medium FI045: Merenkurkku archipelago 223,652 Merenkurkun saaristo - FI0800130 Quark Archipelago 63°20 N 21°05 E 10k – 100k 1996 P Poor FI016: Sammutinjänkä- Vaijoenjänkä 51,750 Kaldoaivin Erämaa - FI1302002 69°25 N 27°30 E 1-11 pairs 1996 B Unknown GERMANY DE040: Pomeranian Bay 333,425 Pommersche Bucht - XX0000000 54°18 N 14°05 E 837,00035 1995 P Unknown 34 This list is derived from BirdLife International’s Important Bird Areas database (see xxxx://xxx.xxxxxxxx.xxx/datazone/species/factsheet/22680427/additional) and updated where new information was available. However, it is not comprehensive for every country and there is a need to more thoroughly review knowledge of key sites and their designation status (see Result 4).