Mobile Internet Device
S7
User’s Manual
This guide may be changed for product improvement without prior notice.
Thanks for purchasing viliv.
Please read the precautions
throughly before using the product.
Copyright
Yukyung Technologies Corp. has the copyright for this guide.
Contents of this manual may not be copied or produced in any form or means without prior
authorization from Yukyung Technologies Corp.
©2009 Yukyung Technologies Corp. All rights reserved.
Certification
This device has acquired EMC certification for home use (Class B)
and is designed not only for use in residential area but anywhere.
Registered Trademark
Grade B Device
(Broadcast Communication Device for Residential Area)
viliv is the registered trademark of Yukyung Technologies Corp.
Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows CE are the registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation.
Liability Disclaimer
Infringement of Intellectual Property Rights: Playing, copying or distributing any part or all of
any copyrighted contents such as software, music or video with this device may infringe on a third
party’s legitimate intellectual property rights or violate copyright law. All legal responsibilities for
the infringement of copyright or intellectual property rights from the use of this device lie with the
user.
Improper Use: The manufacturer of this device is not liable for any damage or improper use and
operation by using this device and infringement of copyright and portrait right by user when taking
photos In addition, the manufacturer is not liable for bodily injury or property damage that may
occur arising from inappropriate use other than operation standards or conditions.
Data Loss: Any audio, video or photo files stored in this device may be deleted due to
damage or operational error caused by user’s careless handling or unknown failure or when the
device undergoes warranty repair. Therefore, the files must be backed up in a separate place.
In these cases, the manufacturer is not liable for the loss or damage of data stored in the device.
Specification Change: The standards, accessories, embedded software and manual contents of
this device may be changed without user's prior consent or prior notice to the user.
Contents
Safety Precautions for Use.................................................. 4
Names of Parts.................................................................... 7
Basic Components...........................................................................7
Front View........................................................................................8
Keyboard..........................................................................................9
Left/Right View...............................................................................10
Rear View ...................................................................................... 11
Installation and Cable Connection..................................... 12
Connecting Earphone and Microphone..........................................12
Power Connection (Charging Adaptor)...........................................12
USB Data Link Connection.............................................................13
USB Connection.............................................................................13
Rotating LCD Screen.....................................................................14
Separating · Attaching Battery........................................... 15
Separating Battery..........................................................................15
Attaching Battery............................................................................15
Basic Operation................................................................. 16
Turning the Power On/Off...............................................................16
Setting/Cancelling Hold Function...................................................16
Using MENU Function . ................................................................17
Using PIVOT Function . .................................................................17
Touch Screen.................................................................................17
Set Up for villv Manager ...............................................................18
Using for the First Time..................................................... 19
Using for the First Time..................................................................19
Recovery Solution (AMI Rescue) Guide............................ 21
Way to Use Recovery Solution (AMI Rescue)................................21
Specifications.................................................................... 22
General Specifications...................................................................22
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Safety Precautions for Use
The precautions below are provided to prevent bodily injury or property damage by using this product
correctly. Please observe the precautions.
Precautions on Power
■■Do not touch the power adapter with wet hands.
■■Plug the power cord into an outlet with grounded jack.
■■Be sure the plug goes in all the way and is not loose.
■■Do not use your device if it is damaged, including an exposed or peeled power cord.
■■If lightning occurs nearby or if you are absent for a long time, unplug the plug from the
outlet.
Precautions on Battery
■■Do not apply strong impacts or make a hole with a sharp object.
■■Do not leave the battery in a hot place such as sauna or bathroom or otherwise heat it.
■■Do not let the battery become wet or immersed in liquid.
■■Do not allow children or pets to bite or suck the battery.
■■Keep the battery charging port away from metals.
■■When disposing of the battery, do not burn it or throw it away in domestic trash.
Dispose of the battery at the nearest disposal place for batteries after contacting your
local water disposal agency.
Precautions for the Device
■■Avoid exposing to direct sunlight and do not leave in a closed car.
■■Do not leave the device in a dusty place or a humid place such as a bathroom.
■■Keep the device away from credit cards, bankbooks, or a communication ticket.
■■Do not use accessories that are not provided with this device.
■■Do not touch the LCD screen with a sharp object.
Precautions in Use
■■Do not listen to music at a high volume for a long time.
■■Do not watch the video for too long a time.
■■Do not use headphones/earphones while driving, walking or using public transport.
■■Do not apply strong impacts on the LCD.
■■If the device begins to smoke or become deformed by heating, stop using it immediately
and contact your nearest Customer Service.
■■Do not use the device in a hospital, on board a plane or while driving.
■■Do not directly put and use the device frame or the power adapter on your bare skin for
a long time. The temperature of the station may rise even during normal operation.
If you continue to use the device on your bare skin (in particular, when the adapter is
connected), you may feel uncomfortable or receive a burn.
Other Precautions
■■If the device is wet, do NOT turn on the power. Separate the battery and wipe it with a
soft dry cloth. After that, contact Customer Service.
■■When cleaning the device, wipe it with a soft dry cloth and do NOT use chemicals, such
as benzene or thinner.
■■Do not repair, disassemble or alter in any manner.
■■Do not allow any liquid or foreign materials to get inside the device.
■■Do not drop the device.
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Safety Precautions for Use
Warning
Please observe the instructions below. Failure to do may cause heating, fire, explosion, etc.
■■If the battery can be seen to be swollen, there may be
imminent danger. Immediately contact the manufacturer or sales representative.
■■Only use an eligible specified charger.
■■Keep the device away from open flames. (Do not put
it in a microwave.)
■■Do not leave the device in a car in summer.
■■Do not store or use the device in a hot and wet place
like a bathroom.
■■Do not put the device on bedclothes, electric mattress
or carpet and use it for a long time.
■■Do not store the device powered on in a closed
space.
■■Do not allow metal products, such as a necklace, coil,
key or watch, to touch the battery port.
■■Use a lithium secondary battery guaranteed by a
portable device manufacturer.
■■Do not disassemble or pierce the device and do not
apply excessive strength.
■■Do not apply excessive impact like dropping the
device from a high place.
■■Do not expose the device to high temperatures of
60°C or higher.
■■Avoid humidity.
Caution
FCC Compliance Information
Modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received.
Including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Information to User
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.
FCC RF Exposure Information
In August 1996 the Federal Communications Commission(FCC) of the United States with its action in Report and
order 96-326 adopted an updated safety standard for human exposure the ra-dio frequency electromagnetic energy
emitted by FCC regulated transmitters. Those guidelines are consistent with the safety standard previously set by
both U.S. and international standards bodies. The design of ‘S7’ complies with the FCC guidelines and those
international standards. Use only the supplied or an approved antenna. Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or
attachments could impair call quality, damage your ‘S7’, or result in violation of FCC regulations.
‘S7’ was tested for typical body-wom operation using the optional belt-clip / holster placed touch(0cm) from the
body. The use of non-tested accessories or other body-wom operations may not comply with FCC exposure
requirements and should be avoided.
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Safety Precautions for Use
The device functions vary depending on model.
Read the relevant precautions for the provided function before using the device.
Precautions for GPS
■■When initially operating this device, it is recommended you warm it up for over 15
minutes under a clear open sky and open area.
■■If the vehicle equipped with this device is not used for 7 days or longer, the data storage
recharger inside the GPS may be discharged and require warming up time of over 15
minutes.
■■GPS signals are high frequencies around 1575 MHz so they may be affected by bad
weather, such as rain and fog, and electromagnetic interference and the reception rate
of the GPS may deteriorate.
■■When the GPS receiver is under an elevated road, inside a tunnel, in a densely built-up
area or near a high-voltage line, it is difficult to receive radio waves so GPS reception
may fail.
■■The GPS receiver may not work normally in some vehicles with UV coating, sun-block
coating or electromagnetic interference.
■■The operational temperature of the GPS receiver is between 0°C and 50°C. Problems
may occur in midsummer or severe winter so maintain an appropriate temperature.
■■On some roads running parallel to a driveway or an elevated road, the information on
speed limits or dangerous sections for speeding may not be accurate.
Precautions for the Bluetooth
■■Do not attempt to operate the Bluetooth while driving. Accidents caused by such
improper handling are the sole responsibility of driver.
■■To prevent electromagnetic problems or other dangers, turn off the Bluetooth setting
wherever the use of Bluetooth is inhibited.
■■If you use a certain medical device, such as a pacemaker or a hearing aid, ask the
manufacturer of the relevant device if it is correctly cut off from energy sources before
using it. If necessary, you may ask for some assistance from your regular doctor.
■■This device satisfies Bluetooth standards 2.0. Some Bluetooth devices may not be fully
compatible with this device. For detailed information on compatibility, contact the
manufacturer of the relevant device or our Customer Service.
■■This wireless equipment may experience electromagnetic interference, so it is not
permitted for use by a life-saving service.
Precautions for Navigation
■■Placing the device where it blocks the driver’s view or is within the driver’s operation
range for driving may cause an accident. Adjust the volume to an appropriate level so
that it does not disturb while driving.
■■Fix the device rack onto the windshield securely so that it will not fall or move while
driving.
■■If the rack is attached onto the windshield for a long time, its adhesion may become
weak and it may fall. Therefore, if you are not going to use the device for a long time,
separate it and keep in a safe place.
■■Do not disassemble and attach it inside a vehicle in any manner. To do so may affect the
electrical system and GPS reception sensitivity and lead to a fire.
■■Do not separate the cigar jack from the vehicle while using the device. To do so may
cause a malfunction.
■■Set the device up where it does not block the driver’s view or is not in the way of the
airbag’s operation.
WiFi and 3G Modem (or HSDPA, HSUPA) do not operate simultaneously.
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Names of Parts
The appearance of the components below may differ from the actual components and some
components are subject to change.
Basic Components
Main Body
Standard Removable Battery
AC/DC Power Adapter
USB Cable
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Names of Parts
Front View
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1 WEBCAM Equipped with webcam.
2 Built-in Speakers Equipped with stereo speakers.
3 MENU Button Runs Windows START menu.
4 PIVOT Button Rotates the Windows screen 90 degrees counterclockwise.
5 TFT LCD/Touch Screen Users can operate the device using the touch screen.
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peration Indicators Power/Battery Charging Indicator
Hard Disk Drive LED Turns on when the system accesses the hard disk drive.
Wireless LAN/Bluetooth LED Shows ON/OFF status of Wireless LAN/Bluetooth device.
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ouchpad Touchpad has the same function as PC mouse. Users can move the pointer by
moving the finger on the pad.
Left Button Same function as left click with mouse.
Right Button Same function as right click with mouse.
8 Keyboard Status Indicators Indicates the status of Num Lock, Caps Lock, and Scroll Lock.
9 Internal Microphone Mono microphone is included.
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Names of Parts
Keyboard
The keyboard may be different for each country.
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1 Function Keys (F1~F12) U
sages are different depending on the operating system used and
application program.
2 Fn Key This key is used together with function keys.
3 Characters and Numbers There are keys for entering characters, a space key for entering
space, number keys from 0 to 9, and other special symbol keys.
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ursor Moving Keys These are to move the cursor while using programs.
Edit keys PgUP/PgDn/Home/End Keys for moving pages while using programs.
5 Esc Key It is usually used for terminating or interrupting programs.
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aps Lock Key English characters will be in upper case when entered with Caps Lock light
on. Pressing this key one more time will turn off the light. This key has no
effect when entering Korean.
7 Shift Key This key is used when entering the character shown on the upper part of each key,
upper or lower case of English characters, or hot keys.
8 Windows Key It is a Start Menu button provided by Microsoft Windows, and pressing the
button will display Start Menu.
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nter key is used to indicate to the computer that one command input is
completed, and it is also used for making a new line.
10 PrtSc Key (Print Screen) This key is used for printing the screen or temporarily saving the
screen.
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Left/Right View
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1 D-SUB It is used to connect an external screen such as monitor or projector.
2 Multi I/O Port It is used for connecting external video output (component, composite, s-video)
and expansion pack.
3 Microphone Port For connecting a microphone.
4 Earphone Port For connecting earphone.
5 Power Adapter Port For connecting power adapter or charging the battery.
6 3G Modem Built-in antenna. (Optional)
7 SD Card Slot For using SD/SDHC card.
8 USB Link Port For connecting to a computer.
9 USB Port For connecting to external devices with USB port.
10 Power/Hold Switch For turning on, turning off, and locking the entire functions.
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Rear View
The figure below shows the rear side of the main body without the battery. (Refer to Page 15 for
Separating/Attaching battery.)
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1 Separating/Attaching Battery P
ush the battery downward to separate the battery, as shown
in the figure above.
2 Battery Charging Port Connection part of battery terminal.
3 Battery
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Installation and Cable Connection
Connecting Earphone and Microphone
Connect earphone and microphone to the ports located on the left of the device.
Notice
When connecting external speakers, be sure to connect the standard 3.5-pi stereo cable of the
speakers to the earphone jack.
Power Connection (Charging Adaptor)
The charger is connected to the power adapter terminal on the left side of the station.
Notice
Battery charging status indicator
While charging (using AC adapter)  Red: charging / Blue: fully charge
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USB Data Link Connection
A USB cable is connected to the USB Data Link port on the right side of the station.
USB Connection
This is used for the connection of external devices, such as digital camera, external HDD, etc.
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Rotating LCD Screen
LCD screen can be rotated for the convenience of the user. It can be rotated up to 180 degrees
in a clockwise direction.
Notice
Take care not to use excessive force to rotate the screen more than the allowed 180 degrees,
otherwise it may result in a malfunction.
Take care not to rotate the screen while the LCD lies flat as it might cause a malfunction.
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Separating · Attaching Battery
Separating Battery
Press the battery separation/lock button on the right of the device in the direction shown in the
figure below. Remove the battery.
Notice
Separate the charger after turning the power of the station off.
If not, you may receive an electric shock by a short circuit in the battery power part.
Attaching Battery
Align the battery in the groove and press it down until a clicking sound is heard.
Notice
If the battery is misaligned with the groove and you attempt to mount the battery, the device may
be damaged.
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Basic Operation
Turning the Power On/Off
Turning the power on
Move the power button on the right up while the
device is off to turn on the power.
ZZ The LCD screen turns on and the main screen is
displayed.
Turning the power off
Use the “Shutdown” menu in the Start Menu to
turn off the device while Windows is running.
When the device is locked up while using
programs, moving the power button on the right
up and holding the position for more than four
seconds will turn off the device.
ZZ Avoid turning off by using the button as the working files may not be saved.
ZZ Turning off the power with the button works depending on the power option configuration of Windows.
Setting/Cancelling Hold Function
Setting Hold
mode
Move down the hold button on the right.
ZZ Screen touch and all buttons are disabled when hold mode is activated.
Cancelling Hold
mode
Move up the hold button on the right only to half
way.
ZZ Screen touch and all buttons are enabled when Hold mode is released.
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Basic Operation
Using MENU Function
MENU
To run Start Menu of Windows.
Using PIVOT Function
Users can change the orientation of the screen to horizontal or vertical for a convenient working
environment.
PIVOT
Press the PIVOT button on the right of the monitor
while the device is on.
ZZ Pressing the key will rotate the screen by 90 degrees counterclockwise each time.
ZZ This function is effective only when Windows is booted up and running.
Touch Screen
Touch
Touch the desired location on LCD screen.
ZZ Touching one location for a long time has the same
effect as a right click.
Double Touch
It has the same effect as a double-click of a PC mouse.
Touch the desired location twice consecutively.
Drag
Touch the desired location, move to the desired
location while holding the finger on the screen,
and release at the final destination.
ZZ It has the same effect as the drag function with a PC mouse.
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Basic Operation
Set Up for villv Manager
viliv Manager is executed by double touching vilivManager on the screen.
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Wireless LAN Power
Turn on/off self-powered wireless LAN function.
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Camera Power
Turn on/off self-powered Camera function.
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Modem Power
Turn on/off self-powered Modem function.
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Windows Booting Option
1. OFF: Always start with OFF status.
2. Last Status: Start with the last status.
3. ON: Always start with ON status.
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Brightness of LCD
Adjust by status bar or -, + button.
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Setting Vibration
1. No Use: Do not use vibration function.
2. When using soft keyboard: Operate only if soft
keyboard is used.
3. Always Use: Operates when operating for all
touches.
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Set Up for Windows Start Program
1. Set whether or not to execute Cube UI automatically.
2. Set whether or not to execute viliv Manager
automatically.
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Using for the First Time
Using for the First Time
For each Windows installation process, the installation time may vary depending on the
process. Please wait until the installation is complete.
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Along with the start of Microsoft Windows XP
Home, the preparation screen for starting
Windows appears as in the following figure.
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The Windows start screen for setting up
computer appears.
Click next to continue.
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The agreement for end user’s right of use
appears on the screen. Read it carefully, and
select “Yes, I agree. (Y)” if you agree, and
then click next.
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The screen related to automatic update
appears. After the selection, click next.
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The screen to assign the computer name
appears. If you want to assign the computer
name later, you can assign in computer control
panel → system registration information
→ computer name.
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The screen asking “Do you want to register
on the internet?” appears. After selecting
Yes or No, click next.
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The screen showing completion of the
installation process appears. Click next.
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The installation of Microsoft Windows XP Home
is complete. Please wait for a moment. The
screen for Windows wallpaper will appear shortly.
It may take a couple of minutes.
Please wait for a moment.
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Recovery Solution (AMI Rescue) Guide
As an image-based OS recovery solution, it recovers to the initial status of shipment from factory when
HDD of user cannot be booted from OS or it has problems.
Way to Use Recovery Solution (AMI Rescue)
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Execution of Recovery Solution (AMI Rescue)
If viliv logo appears when booting the system (BIOS
POST), press the F10 key 1-2 times.
ZZ As the logo disappears, Pre-Boot Menu window appears.
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Pre-Boot Menu
When selecting Normal Boot, booting proceeds to
Windows. For recovering OS, select AMI Rescue and
click Launch Service.
ZZ AMI Rescue Lite-Wizard appears.
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AMI Rescue Lite-Wizard
When clicking Restore OS button, a message that
confirms the recovery of OS is displayed. If you press
Yes (Y), it starts the recovery of OS.
If the process of OS recovery is completed, a message
that confirms the successful recovery is displayed.
(Partition 0 on disk 0 was successfully restored.)
If you press OK button, the system is booted again
automatically.
ZZ Now, if you boot to Windows, OS will be in the initial status of
shipment from factory.
Notice
When recovering OS, recover by connecting battery adaptor.
Since data is deleted in case of recovery, make sure to back up the data beforehand.
Please wait for 20 sec when black screen is showing to prepare boot up the Windows VISTA.
It will take a time more for Windows VISTA Users.
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Specifications
The specifications below may be changed for enhancement of product performance without prior
notice.
General Specifications
Product Name
S7
CPU & Chipset
Intel® AtomTM 1.33 (Z520)GHz + SCH US15W
LCD
7-type WSVGA (1024 x 600) / Touch panel
RAM
1GB
Storage
HDD 60GB / SSD 32GB
LAN
IEEE 802.11b/g
WWLAN (Optional)
WiMAX; HSDPA
Bluetooth
Bluetooth Ver2.0 + EDR
GPS
Optional
Connector
Audio x1, Mic x1, USB x2, USB (Link) x1, Multi I/O x1, SD/SDHC Slot
x1, VGA x1
Audio
Stereo speakers
Battery
Lithium Polymer (Removable)
Voltage: 7.4V
Capacity: 4,700mAh
Dimension
230 (W) x 142 (H) x 26 (T) mm
Camera
1.3Mega Pixel
OS
Windows XP Home
Operation Temperature
0°C ~ 40°C
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