Rimage 360i User guide

Rimage 360i™
User Guide
This manual provides the information needed to operate the Rimage 360i and identify the parts.
To set up and install your Rimage 360i, refer to the Rimage 360i Setup and Installation Guide.
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Support information
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Europe
Rimage Corporation
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USA
Attn: Rimage Services
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63128 Dietzenbach, Germany
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When you contact Rimage Services, please provide:
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2. Functional and technical description of the problem.
3. Exact error message received.
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Contents
Contents
Introduction ..................................................................................................................... 1
Requirements.............................................................................................................. 1
Software requirements .......................................................................................... 1
Operating system requirements ............................................................................ 1
Media requirements............................................................................................... 1
Ink requirements.................................................................................................... 2
Label design requirements .................................................................................... 3
Identify the parts of the Rimage 360i ............................................................................ 4
Front View ................................................................................................................... 4
Rear view .................................................................................................................... 7
Operate the Rimage 360i ................................................................................................ 8
Powering on the Rimage 360i ............................................................................... 8
Pausing the Rimage 360i ...................................................................................... 8
Loading the discs .................................................................................................. 9
Setting up your printing preferences on a Windows-based PC................................. 10
Navigating to Printing Preferences...................................................................... 10
Setting the print quality........................................................................................ 11
Adding, editing, or deleting a watermark ............................................................. 11
Adjusting the ink volume used............................................................................. 12
Setting up color options....................................................................................... 12
Changing the printable area settings................................................................... 13
Aligning the ink cartridges ................................................................................... 14
Centering the image on the disc.......................................................................... 15
Checking the ink levels........................................................................................ 15
Maintain the Rimage 360i ............................................................................................. 16
General Cleaning ...................................................................................................... 16
Cleaning the exterior ........................................................................................... 16
Cleaning the ink cartridge nozzles ...................................................................... 16
Replace Consumables .............................................................................................. 17
Replacing the fan filter......................................................................................... 17
Replacing the ink cartridges ................................................................................ 18
Learn More..................................................................................................................... 19
Rimage 360i Specifications ................................................................................. 19
Safety information ............................................................................................... 19
Compliance testing.............................................................................................. 20
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Introduction
Introduction
This manual provides the information needed to operate the Rimage 360i and identify the parts.
To set up and install your Rimage 360i, refer to the Rimage 360i Setup and Installation Guide.
Requirements
Software requirements
Windows-based PC
The Rimage 360i will operate only with the Rimage 360i Software.
Operating system requirements
Windows-based PC
The Rimage 360i and the Rimage 360i Software run only on Windows 2000 Professional with
SP4, Windows XP Professional with SP2 or higher, or Windows Server 2003.
Media requirements
You must use discs that are coated with a surface that is designed for inkjet printing. The media
that is in Rimage Media Kits™ is designed for optimum use in the Rimage 360i.
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Ink requirements
- Important! You can use only Rimage ink cartridges in the Rimage 360i.
The printer will work only with
the following printer cartridges.
The following cartridge combinations are
supported.
Left Position
Right Position
Description
Rimage Part Number
Color
Black
Black
RB1
Color
Photo
Color
RC1
Color
No cartridge
Photo
RP1
No cartridge
Black
n Warning:
2
•
Ink may be harmful if swallowed.
•
Avoid contact with eyes.
•
Ink contains nitrites. If ingested, seek immediate medical attention.
•
Keep out of reach of children.
•
Refilling ink cartridges may result in damage to the cartridge or printer.
•
Rimage ink cartridges are not licensed for modification.
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Introduction
Label design requirements
The Rimage 360i Windows compatible software includes a label editor called CD Designer™,
which is installed on your PC during a typical installation of the Rimage software. If you have a
Windows-based PC, you can use CD Designer to design your labels.
If you have another software application that you prefer, you can create a label and save it as an
Acrobat®(.pdf) file, a .jpg file, or a .tiff file.
- Important! Only the Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) file or CD Designer (.btw) file can print directly to
the Rimage 360i.
To create a label with another software application, use the following criteria:
•
Color Depth – Save the artwork for the label with the color set to millions of colors.
•
DPI – Use pictures or logos set to 300 DPI (dots per inch).
•
Label Design Size – A standard disc is 120mm (4.723”). The hole is 15mm (0.59”). The
printable area and hub sizes vary depending on the disc manufacturer.
Printable Area
118 mm
Hub Size
23 mm
•
Media – The media that is in Rimage Media Kits™ has a hub area of 23 mm and a printable
area of 118 mm. On most labels, print settings of 24 mm and 118 mm are recommended.
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Rimage 360i
Identify the parts of the Rimage 360i
This section describes the Rimage 360i hardware and its features.
Front View
Input
Door
Project Status
Indicator (PSI)
Front
Cover
Ink
Cartridge
Access
Door
Disc
Output
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Rimage 360i Buttons
On the right side of the Rimage 360i, there is one button.
Pause button
Press this button once to pause the Rimage 360i.
Press this button again to return to normal operation.
Inside the front cover of the 360i, there are three buttons.
To access these buttons, open the front cover.
n Warning: Touch only the buttons indicated below.
Touching the inner parts of the 360i may cause equipment
failure or injury and may void your warranty.
Red (top)
Press this button to power the 360i printer on and off.
Green (middle)
Press this button to move the 360i printer tray in and out.
Black (bottom)
Press this button to cancel printing.
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Rimage 360i Project Status Indicator (PSI)
On the front of the Rimage 360i is the Project Status
Indicator (PSI), made up of 5 indicator lights.
The PSI communicates Rimage 360i, disc, printer, and
recorder status. Some of the functions communicated
include:
Image
•
Power
•
Disc moving
•
Disc in recorder
•
Disc printing
•
Ink status
Name
Functionality
Power
The power indicator light is solid green when the Rimage 360i is powered
on.
The power indicator light is solid amber when the Rimage 360i is paused.
The disc in motion indicator light is solid green when the disc is still.
Disc in
motion
Disc in
recorder
The disc in motion indicator light blinks green when the disc is in motion.
The disc in motion indicator light blinks amber when the Rimage 360i is out
of blank discs.
The disc in recorder indicator light is solid green when the disc is in the
recorder.
The indicator light is dim when there is no disc in the recorder.
The indicator light is solid amber when the recorder state is unknown.
The disc printing indicator light blinks green when the printer is printing or
when the printer tray is in motion.
Disc
printing
The disc printing indicator light is solid green when the printer is idle.
The disc printing indicator light is solid amber when the ink cartridge access
door is open.
The ink status indicator light is solid green when the cartridges are
functioning properly.
Ink status
The ink status indicator light is solid amber when the ink is low or out.
The ink status indicator light blinks amber if the cartridges are not installed
properly.
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Rear view
Filter
Cover
Rear
Cover
Power
Switch
Power Cord
Port
USB 2.0
Port
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Operate the Rimage 360i
This section provides the information that you need to produce CDs or DVDs with the Rimage
360i.
Powering on the Rimage 360i
1. To power on the Rimage 360i, press the
power switch on the rear of the Rimage
360i. The Rimage 360i initializes.
2. To power off the Rimage 360i, press the
power switch again.
Pausing the Rimage 360i
Before you load or unload discs from the Rimage 360i, you must pause it.
1. To pause the Rimage 360i, press the pause button
once. The Rimage 360i pauses. The power indicator light
is amber.
2. To return to normal operation, press the pause button
again. The power indicator light is green.
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Loading the discs
1. Open the input door.
2. Place up to 25 discs in the disc input with
the printable side facing out.
3. Close the input door.
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Setting up your printing preferences on a
Windows-based PC
Printing Preferences allows you to set up and run your Rimage 360i to produce the best possible
label on your discs.
Through Printing Preferences, you can:
# Tip: For additional
information about these
features, access the
online help in Printing
Preferences.
Set the print quality
Add, edit, or delete a watermark
Adjust the ink volume used
Set up color options
Change the printable area
Center the image on the disc
Check the ink levels
Align the ink cartridges
Navigating to Printing Preferences
You must access the Disc Color 360i Printing Properties window to set up your printing
preferences. Use either procedure below to navigate to the Disc Color 360i Printing Properties
window.
Accessing Printing Preferences through Windows Start menu
Note: Using this method, printing preferences are saved in the printer driver settings.
1. From the Windows Start menu:
•
In Windows 2000 Professional, navigate: Settings > Printers.
•
In Windows XP Professional or Windows Server 2003, select Printers and Faxes.
2. Right-click the Disc Color 360i and select Printing Preferences from the dropdown menu.
The Disc Color 360i Printing Properties window opens.
Accessing Printing Preferences through CD Designer
Note: Using this method, printing preferences are saved with the label file and are used
instead of the printer driver settings.
1. In CD Designer, open a label file.
2. From the File menu, select Print. The Print window opens.
3. From the Printer Name dropdown list, select Disc Color 360i.
4. Select Document Properties. The Disc Color 360i Properties window opens.
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Setting the print quality
Use this procedure to change the print quality for your images, if necessary.
1. Navigate to Printing Preferences (refer to page 10).
2. Select the Disc/Quality tab.
3. In the Disc Options panel, select the appropriate Type from the dropdown list.
4. In the Print Quality panel, select the desired print quality. When you select a print quality, the
following information about the quality displays:
•
Black render dpi
•
Color input dpi
• Color output
5. If necessary, change digital photography options.
a. In the Print Quality box, select the Digital Photography button. The Digital Photography
Options window opens.
b. Select the desired options.
c. Select OK. The Digital Photography Options window closes.
6. When you have made the desired print quality changes, select OK. The Disc Color 360i
Properties window closes.
Adding, editing, or deleting a watermark
This functionality allows you to create a new watermark or edit a currently existing watermark that you
can print on your disc. From this tab, you can also delete a watermark that you created.
1.
2.
3.
Navigate to Printing Preferences (refer to page 10).
Select the Effects tab.
From the Watermarks dropdown list, select the desired watermark.
Or
If desired, edit the watermark or create a new watermark.
a. Select Edit. The Watermark Details window opens.
b. To delete a watermark, highlight the desired watermark and select Delete.
Note: You can delete only watermarks that you or another user has created. You cannot
c.
delete any of the default watermarks.
To create a new watermark, select New. ‘Untitled’ displays in the Current Watermarks field.
Enter or change information in one or more of the following fields to create your customized
watermark:
•
Watermark Message – Enter the desired message.
•
Message Angle – Select the appropriate radio button to provide the desired angle. If you
select the Angle radio button, you can set the angle.
•
Options – Select the Justified Across Page radio button to center and justify the text.
4.
• Font Attributes – Select the desired font attributes from the dropdown lists.
d. Select OK. The Watermark Details window closes.
If you want the watermark to print only on the first disc, select the First Page Only checkbox.
5.
When you have made the desired choices, select OK. The Disc Color 360i Properties window
closes.
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Adjusting the ink volume used
This functionality allows you to adjust the amount of ink that is used.
1. Navigate to Printing Preferences (refer to page 10).
2. Select the Basics tab.
3. Select Advanced Features. The Advanced Features window opens.
4. To increase or decrease the ink volume or dry time, move the Ink Volume and Dry Time
sliders.
- Important! Do not select the Low Memory checkbox.
5. Select OK. The Advanced Features window closes.
6. When you have made the desired choices, select OK. The Disc Color 360i Properties window
closes.
Setting up color options
This functionality allows you to toggle between color and grayscale printing, select the type of
color space your labels require, and adjust some color attributes.
1. Navigate to Printing Preferences (refer to page 10).
2. Select the Color tab.
3. Turn Print in Grayscale on or off.
a. In the Color Options box, select or clear the Print in Grayscale checkbox.
b. If you selected the checkbox, select the appropriate radio button for your print type.
4. To adjust color attributes, move the Saturation, Brightness, and/or Color Tone sliders to
the desired position.
5. If necessary, select the appropriate Color Space from the dropdown list.
6. When you have made the desired choices, select OK. The Disc Color 360i Properties window
closes.
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Changing the printable area settings
Disc with
stacking ring
# Tip: Most discs
with a printable hub
and a stacking ring
have the following
printable areas:
This functionality allows you to adjust the non-printable area, or
mask, settings for standard CD/DVD 120 mm media. This allows you
to set the outer and inner diameters to print the disc without
overlapping the disc edges. If you print on areas of the disc where
the surface is not suitable for printing, the ink can smear or run.
1. Navigate to Printing Preferences (refer to page 10).
2. Change the printable area settings.
a. Select the Mask Settings tab.
b. Select the Enable Masking checkbox.
c.
Standard Area
Outer Diameter
118 mm
To print on the disc hub, in the Hub Area Settings box,
select the Printing on Hub checkbox.
3. Measure the printable area and adjust the settings.
•
Inner Diameter 38
mm
If you are using hub printable discs with a stacking ring:
a. Measure the inner diameter of the printable surface.
b. In the Hub Area Settings field, enter the inner diameter
that you measured in step a.
Hub Area
Outer Diameter
35 mm
c.
Measure the outer diameter of the printable hub area.
d. In the Hub Area Settings field, enter the outer diameter
that you measured in step c.
Inner Diameter 24
mm
e. Measure the inner diameter of the standard printable
area.
f.
•
In the Standard Area Settings field, enter the diameter
that you measured in step e.
If you are using a disc without a stacking ring:
a. Measure the inner diameter of the printable surface.
Disc without
stacking ring
# Tip: Rimage
recommends that
you set the inner
diameter so that it
is 1 mm greater
than the actual
measurement to
prevent the ink
from smearing. The
inner diameter on
Rimage media is
23 mm. Set the
inner diameter field
to 24 mm.
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b. In the Hub Area Settings field, change the Outer
Diameter and Inner Diameter settings to the value
measured in step a before changing any other diameter
settings.
c.
In the Standard Area Settings field, change the Inner
Diameter to the same value used in step b.
4. After you have entered the correct measurements, select OK.
The Disc Color 360i Properties window closes.
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Aligning the ink cartridges
For optimal print quality and maximum printing speed, use this procedure to align the ink cartridges.
1. Navigate to Printing Preferences (refer to page 10).
2.
At the Rimage 360i, open the front cover.
3.
Press the green (middle) button. The printer tray opens.
4.
Align the ink cartridges.
5.
a.
From the Disc Color Printer 360i Printing Preferences window, select the Service tab.
b.
Select Service ToolBox. The Rimage Service Toolbox window opens.
c.
Select Align Cartridges. The Align Cartridges for Disc Color 360i dialog box opens.
d.
To align the ink cartridges, follow the instructions in the Align Cartridges for Disc Color 360i
dialog box.
e.
To close the Align Cartridges for Disc Color 360i dialog box, select OK.
To close the Disc Color 360i Printing Properties window, select OK.
6. To close the printer tray, press the green (middle) button. The printer tray closes.
7. Close the front cover.
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Centering the image on the disc
The Rimage 360i provides two ways to center the image on the disc. You can use the Auto
Centering method or the Manual Centering method. The Auto Centering method is accurate to
within +/- 0.5 mm. You can improve the centering position accuracy with the manual centering
adjustment to better than +/- 0.2 mm. For optimal print quality, use the following procedure to
center the image on the disc.
# Tip: Use the Center
Image functionality
only if the printed
image is not centered
on the disc. Image
centering is set at the
time of manufacture
and usually does not
need to be
recalibrated in the
field.
1. Navigate to Printing Preferences (refer to page 10).
2. At the Rimage 360i, open the front cover.
3. To open the printer tray, press the green (middle) button
inside the front cover of the Rimage 360i. The printer tray
opens.
4. On the Service tab, select Service ToolBox.
5. Select Center Image. The Centering Margins for Disc Color
360i dialog box displays.
6. Follow the onscreen prompts to:
Auto center the image
Or
Manually center the image
7. When the image is centered, select OK to close the Centering
Margins for Disc Color Printer 360i dialog box.
8. To close the Rimage Service ToolBox window, select OK.
9. To close the Disc Color 360i Properties window, select OK.
10. To close the printer tray, press the green (middle) button.
The printer tray closes.
11. Close the front cover.
# Tip: If you remove
the ink cartridges and
reinsert them, the
system resets to
show that the
cartridges are full,
regardless of the
actual fill status.
Checking the ink levels
This functionality allows you to check the level of ink in the
cartridges.
1. Navigate to Printing Preferences (refer to page 10).
2. On the Service tab, select Service ToolBox. The Service
ToolBox window opens.
3. Select Get Ink Level. Ink level information displays in the
Printer Status field.
4. To close the Rimage Service ToolBox window, select OK.
5. To close the Disc Color 360i Properties window, select OK.
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Maintain the Rimage 360i
The procedures in this section will help keep your Rimage 360i in optimum operating condition.
General Cleaning
# Tip: To keep your Rimage 360i
clean, keep it in a dust free
environment.
# Tip: Use only Rimage inkjet print
cartridges and, for best results,
follow the guidelines below:
•
•
•
•
Keep print cartridges sealed
in the original package until
they are needed.
Cleaning the exterior
If your Rimage 360i becomes dusty:
1. Power off the Rimage 360i.
2. Wipe the exterior with a damp, lint-free cloth.
Cleaning the ink cartridge nozzles
This functionality allows you to clean the ink cartridge
nozzles. The nozzles may become clogged from dried
ink, causing poor print quality.
Clean the ink cartridges on a Windows-based PC
1. Navigate to Printing Preferences (refer to page 10).
Store print cartridges at
room temperature (60 - 78
degrees F or 15.6 to 26.6
degrees C).
2. Select the Service tab.
Store print cartridges in an
upright position - not on their
sides or upside down.
4. Select Clean Cartridges. The Cleaning Cartridges
window opens.
Do not remove the protective
tape from a new print
cartridge until just before you
install it. Once you remove
the tape, do not reapply it.
•
After you have removed the
protective tape, avoid
touching the contacts and
nozzles.
•
Print at least once a month
to keep the print cartridges
in good working order.
3. On the Service tab, select Service ToolBox. The
Service ToolBox window opens.
5. Select Light to clean the ink cartridge nozzles with
the least amount of ink. The status field at the
bottom of the Cleaning Cartridges window displays
a message when the cleaning is complete.
Note: Print a test disc after cleaning the ink
cartridge nozzles. If print quality is still poor,
you can use this process and, in step 5, select
Medium or Heavy to clean the ink cartridge
nozzles.
6. To close the Cleaning Cartridges window, select
OK.
7. To close the Rimage Service ToolBox window,
select OK.
8. To close the Preferences window, select OK.
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Replace Consumables
Replacing the fan filter
The fan filter is a consumable item. You will need to change the fan filter after 20 ink cartridges.
Use this procedure to change the fan filter.
1. On the rear of the Rimage 360i, press the tab on the
filter cover and lift up the filter cover.
2. Remove the filter.
3. Place the new fan filter in the fan filter retainer.
4. Firmly press the fan filter cover back into place.
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Replacing the ink cartridges
Use this procedure to change the ink cartridges on your Rimage 360i.
- Important! You must use the appropriate ink cartridges in one of the configurations listed on
page 2.
1. Open the ink cartridge access door. The ink
cartridge carriage moves to an accessible position on
the carriage guide.
2. When the ink cartridge carriage is still, lift the ink
cartridge latch to the open position.
3. Remove the installed ink cartridge.
4. Remove a new ink cartridge from its packaging and
carefully remove the protective tape that covers the
ink nozzles.
- Important! Do not touch the nozzles or the copper
contacts on the ink cartridges. Do not remove the
copper strips.
5. Slide the ink cartridge into the cradle.
6. Push down on the ink cartridge latch until it snaps
closed.
7. Close the ink cartridge access door.
Note: If the ink cartridge is not securely seated
in the cradle, the printer will not recognize the
ink cartridge. The printer may not reset
properly or you may receive an “invalid ink
cartridge” message. If this happens:
a. Remove the cartridge and reinsert it.
b. Make sure you are using the appropriate
cartridge. Acceptable cartridges are
listed in the Ink requirements section on
page 2.
c.
If the problem persists, replace the
cartridge.
8. Using the Aligning the ink cartridges procedure, align
the ink cartridges.
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Rimage 360i Specifications
Standard System
One disc recorder, Rimage 360i with internal Rimage 360i Disc Color
Printer assembly, and software.
Software requirements
Rimage 360i Software (PC)
Input bin capacity
25 Discs
Output capacity
25 Discs
Physical size
Width – 15.25” (38.7 cm)
Height – 19.00” (48.3 cm)
Depth – 20.00” (50.8 cm)
Weight – 25 lb (11.34 kg)
Minimum PC
requirements
Processor: Pentium III, 800 MHz or higher
RAM/Memory: 256MB
Fixed Storage: 2 GB of free space
Graphics: 1024 x 768 High Color
I/O: One USB 2.0 port
If you do not understand these
requirements, ask your computer
technician for help or refer to your
PC documentation.
Supported Operating
Systems
Windows 2000 Professional SP4, Windows XP Professional SP1
or SP2, Windows Server 2003
Power
100 – 240 VAC, 1.5 A, 60/50 Hz
Operating Temperature
60° to 95° F (16° to 35°C)
Humidity
40% to 80% non-condensing
Storage Temperature
5° to 95° F (-15° to 35°C)
Safety information
This manual and the indications on the product allow proper and safe operation. The indication marks below help protect
you and other persons from injury, and equipment from damage.
n Warning! According to ANSI (American National Standards Institute) standards, a warning is used to indicate
situations that could result in bodily injury to personnel operating or maintaining the equipment.
p Caution:
Indicates that failure to observe this guideline could result in loss or damage to the equipment, product,
software, or data.
Safety precautions
To ensure safety, please read the precautions in the User Guide and familiarize yourself with their meaning before using
the equipment.
p Caution:
For continued protection against risk of fire, replace the fuse only with same type and rating. An
authorized technician should perform all service procedures.
n Warning! The laser beam used by this CD Recorder is a Class 1 laser. Do not attempt to open the recorder. An
authorized technician should perform all service procedures.
n Warning! Ink may be harmful if swallowed. Avoid contact with eyes. Ink contains nitrites. If ingested, seek
immediate medical attention. Keep out of reach of children.
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Compliance testing
Product name: Rimage 360i
Model: RAS17
Notice for USA
Tested to Comply with FCC Standards FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver
is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This product complies with UL 60950-1.
Notice for Canada
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This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003 Issue 3:1997. Cet
appareil numerique de la classe B est conforme a la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
This product complies with CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1-03
Notice for Europe
This product is in conformity with the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) and the Low-Voltage
Directive (73/23/EEC) through compliance with the following European standards:
EN 55022: 1998 + Amd 1: 2000 Class B Limit; EN 55024: 1998; EN 61000-3-2:2000;
EN 61000-3-3:1995 + Amd 1: 2001; EN 60950: 2000. The CE mark has been affixed in
accordance with the CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC.
Notice for Japan
This product complies with VCCI V.3/2004.04
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