Z Microsystems StarGate 20 User manual

FIELD-READY
O R I ON
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User Manual
Z Microsystems
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Regulatory
FCC INFORMATION
1.
Use the power
and video cables
supplied with the
Orion to help
prevent interference
with radio and
television reception.
The use of cables
and adapters may
cause interference
with electronic
equipment in the
vicinity of this unit.
reasonable protection against
harmful interference in when
equipment is operated in
commercial environments. This
equipment generates, uses and
can radiate radio frequency
energy, and, if not installed
and used in accordance with
the instruction manual, may
cause harmful interference to
radio communications.
3.
Operation of this
equipment in a residential area
is likely to cause interference in
which case the user will be
required to correct the
interference at his own
expense. Changes or
modifications not expressly
approved by Z Microsystems
could void user’s authority to
operate the equipment
ORION
2.
This equipment
has been tested and
found to comply with
the limits for Class
“A” digital devices,
pursuant to certain
limits imposed by
Part 15 of the FCC
rules. These limits are designed to provide
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Contents
STARTING POINT
Shipment Contents
User Manual
System Requirements
Product Description
Tools Required
Precautions
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INSTALL ORION
Remove Protective Lens
Connecting Cables
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MONITOR
Controls
On-Screen Menu
Accessing The Menu System
Menu Adjustment
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MAINTENANCE
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TROUBLESHOOTING
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SPECIFICATIONS
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WARRANTY
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SUPPORT
Further Help
Replacing Parts
Providing Feedback
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Starting Point
Congratulations on selecting a rugged
field-ready Orion 18
SHIPMENT CONTENTS
USER MANUAL
The Orion shipping box contains the
following:
The User Manual is also available on
the Z Microsystems website
(www.zmicro.com).
• The Orion FPD
We recommend you read this manual
as follows:
• Video Signal Cable
• Power Supply Cable
Carefully follow the instructions in the
Installation chapter for hookup and
initial control settings.
• Protective Lens (optional)
• User Manual
Refer to the Operation chapter for a
complete description of all the user
controls, and the Maintenance chapter
for care and correcting any unforeseen
problems with the system.
• 4 x 10-32 x 1.00L Screws
• 4 x #10 Flat Washers
• 4 x 10-32 Nut Plates
Remember to save your original
shipping container and packing
material to transport or ship the
Orion.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
The Orion works with any computer
system that provides industry standard
screen formats from 640 x 480 to
1280 x 1024, with up to 85 Hz
vertical sync. Required input power is
AC 85-132V & 170-264V @47440Hz with a power consumption of
110 Watts.
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Starting Point
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
The Orion 18 is a thin,
lightweight, rugged
direct-mount liquid
crystal display.
Designed to replace
bulky power guzzling
17” to 21” CRT’s, at
only .75” deep bezel
and 14” (8U) in height,
the Orion mounts
directly onto the rails of
a standard 19” RETMA
rack.
It has a 18” active
display area, featuring
up to 1280 x 1024 pixel
resolution.
The Orion 18 display
plugs-and-plays with
workstations and PCs.
With active-matrix LCD
technology to provide
superior color, the fully
sealed lightweight
aluminum construction
and sharper resolution
is perfect for shipboard,
airborne, field deployments, industrial or lab
applications where high
resolution as well as
weight and size are a
driving factor.
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Each Orion 18 features
safety glass, front
control panel, and low
power usage that
extends the life of the
monitor as well as
emanation protection
that make it less
susceptible to electromagnetic interference.
Starting Point
TOOLS REQUIRED
Required Tools and Equipment for
Mechanical Installation
• #2 Phillips screwdriver
DANGER: To avoid shock hazard:
• Do not remove the covers
around the Orion.
• Do not connect or disconnect
the Orion during an electrical
storm.
• The power cord plug must be
connected to a properly wired
and grounded power outlet.
• Any equipment to which the
Orion will be attached must
also be connected to properly
wired and grounded power
outlets.
PRECAUTIONS
In preparation to install the Orion,
take the following precautionary
steps:
• Turn off the electrical power to your
computer.
NOTE: For the fastest and easiest
installation of the Orion, follow
these steps in the sequence they
are presented.
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DRAWING
Install Orion
The following drawing shows the Orion 18 from the back, side, top and front.
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Install Orion
The Orion 18 mounts
directly to the rails of a
standard 19” RETMA
rack.
Use #10 Phillips screws
or equivalent.
Use four pan head 1032 screws to secure the
Orion 18 to the frame.
REAR PANEL CONNECTORS
Top:
One 9-pin connector for future use.
One 9-pin host SIO (serial input/
output) connector.
Power in connector is in the center.
Bottom:
One picture-in-picture (PIP) RCA
connector,
One RCA connector for future use,
and
One 15-pin RGB VGA connector.
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Install Orion
REMOVE PROTECTIVE LENS
The Orion 18 comes
with an optional
protective lens on front
of the screen, which is
used during shipping or
long storage.
While holding the
release catch up, slide
the protective lens to the
side.
To remove the protective
lens, slide the release
catch on the top of the
screen up.
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Note: The protective
lens in front of the
screen may be used
during normal operations in situations where
dust or sand is airborne.
Install Orion
CONNECTING CABLES
NOTE: Connecting to nonstandard
systems will require an
adapter. To obtain a video
adapter, contact Customer
Services at Z Microsystems,
Inc.
NOTE: Incorrect cable connections
may result in irregular
operation, damage display
quality/components of the
LCD module and/or shorten
the unit’s life. Always
consult the computer system
manual. Verify the system’s
compatibility to ensure
proper operation.
NOTE: Make sure the AC connector
is plugged in all the way on
the back side of the display.
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Monitor
CONTROLS
The Orion features push-button
controls on the lower front of the
display screen to adjust the brightness
of the display, to change the image
positioning on the screen, and to
refine the screen image.
To complete the setup of the Orion,
use the following controls to fine tune
the image on the screen:
PIP
Activate or deactivate the PIP
window.
>>>
BUTTONS (from left to right)
UP
Move up through menu functions.
>>>
DOWN
Move down through menu functions.
LEFT
Move left to adjust value for
functions.
<
RIGHT
Move right to adjust value for
functions.
>>>
Menu
MENU
Activate “On-Screen Menu”. Also,
use this button to activate the
highlighted function.
>
>
BACK
Exit “On-Screen Menu” from main
menu or return from the submenus to main menu.
STANDBY
Place the display in “Standby” or
“Active” mode.
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CONTROLS
The three LED lights on the right of the
control panel are labeled A, B and C.
Their lighted functions are:
A -- Unused
B --- Picture-in-Picture (PIP) (green)
C -- Computer Graphics (green/
orange)
Green -- power and signal
Orange -- power and no signal
Off -- Standby mode
This section explains how to use the
Orion control buttons to adjust the
clarity of the display and image
position on the screen. In particular it
discusses:
• The function of each of the
push-button controls.
• How to reset previously saved
settings or return to factory
settings.
• Tips and techniques.
The Orion control buttons allow the
user to control image position, clarity
and backlight operations; to store
settings, and to revert to previouslysaved or factory-saved settings.
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ON-SCREEN MENU
On each slider bar, there is a minimum possible value (gray number) showing
on the left side of the slider bar and there is a maximum possible value (gray
number) showing on the right side of the slider bar.
The current value is displayed as the last number on the right side of the slider
bar. Use the Left or Right buttons to adjust function to the desired value.
New user settings will be saved after exiting the Main Menu manually or by
exiting the Menu by automatic time out.
Sub Menus
ACCESSING THE MENU SYSTEM
Using the display controls:
• If the display is blank, press the
Menu button on the Display
Controls. The Main Menu will be
displayed.
• To change the highlighted line on
the Main Menu, push the Down or
Up button on the Display Controls.
• When a function is highlighted,
push the Left or Right button to
adjust the function’s value.
• When a sub-menu is highlighted,
push the Menu button to enter the
sub-menu.
• To return to the main menu, push
the Back button.
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MENU ADJUSTMENT
MAIN SCREEN
Brightness
Push the Right button to increase the
brightness and the Left button to
reduce the brightness.
Contrast
Push the Right button to increase
contrast and the Left button to
reduce the contrast.
GRAPHICS MODE
Horz. Coarse & Horz. Fine
The coarse and fine adjustments
allow the user to adjust the sharpness of the image.
H & V Position
Position moves the viewing area
around on the display screen.
COLOR BALANCE
Red, Green and Blue
Provides the separate adjustment of
Red, Green and Blue.
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MENU ADJUSTMENT
VIDEO PIP (PIP OPTION)
PIP Enable
Press Left, Right or Menu buttons to
turn ON/OFF the PIP window.
PIP Size
PIP can be adjusted to any size.
PIP Horz. & Vert.
Position moves the PIP window on
the display.
VIDEO SETTING (PIP OPTION)
Brightness, Contrast, Color and Tint
Video settings work the same way as
the Graphic settings. Push the Left
or Right button to adjust the settings.
CONFIGURATION
Menu Timeout
Menu Timeout sets the length of
time (in seconds) the On-Screen
Menu will remain active after the
last time a display control button is
pressed.
Reset Default Settings
Push the Left, Right or Menu button
to restore all settings to the factory
preset values.
INFORMATION
• Display the current graphic
resolution and refresh rate.
• Display the firmware version and
the date that the firmware was
created.
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Maintenance
MAINTENANCE OF FLAT PANEL DISPLAY
Unplug the monitor from the power
outlet before cleaning.
WARNING: Be sure to turn off the
power before you perform any
maintenance on the monitor.
• To clean the flat panel display
screen, lightly dampen a soft, clean
cloth with water or mild detergent.
If possible, use a special screen
cleaning tissue or solution suitable
for the antistatic coating.
• To clean the monitor cabinet, use
a cloth lightly dampened with a
mild detergent.
WARNING: To avoid risk of electric
shock, do not disassemble the
monitor cabinet. Users cannot
service the monitor. User
maintenance is restricted to
cleaning as explained below.
• Never use flammable cleaning
material to clean the flat panel
display or any other electrical
apparatus.
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Troubleshooting
NO IMAGE ON DISPLAY
What is the color of the Standby LED?
Black -- No power or in Standby
mode:
• Make sure the power cable is
plugged in.
• Connect the power cable to a
110 V outlet, which is turned
ON.
• Wake up the display by pressing
the Standby button.
Orange -- There is power, but no video
signal:
• Make sure the video cable is
plugged into the VGA Video
connector.
• Make sure there is video signal
coming out of the computer.
Green -- There is power and there is
video signal:
• Make sure the video signal
coming out from the computer
is not a black image.
• Possible hardware failure.
Contact Z Microsystems
Customer Support.
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Troubleshooting
NO IMAGE ON PIP WINDOW
(PIP OPTION)
To activate PIP window, refer to page
11 or 15.
What is the color of the PIP LED (the
“B” LED)?
Black -- PIP function is OFF or there is
no video signal.
• Make sure the power cable is
plugged in.
• Connect the power cable to a
110V outlet, which is turned
ON.
• Make sure the video (RCA) cable
is plugged into the “Video In”
connector.
• Make sure there is video signal
coming out from the source,
such as VCR player or DVD
player, etc.
Green -- PIP function is ON and there
is a video signal.
• It is possible the PIP is being
hidden under an overlay
memory display, such as the
“On Screen Menu”. Turn OFF
overlay display or move the PIP
window (see page 15) to a
different location than the
overlay display.
• Make sure PIP Size is not set to
0.
• Possible hardware failure.
Contact Z Microsystems
Customer Service.
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Specifications
ORION18 ZS/VP -HB
SIZE
Display
Image Size
Pixel Configuration
Video Input
18”
1280 pixels by 1024 pixels
RGB Vertical Stripe
Analog RGB 0.7Vp-p/75 Ohm
Separate Sync
TTL level
Composite Sync
TTL level
Sync on Green
Video 0.3 V Negative
Horizontal Sync
Positive/Negative
Vertical Sync
Positive/Negative
Horizontal Frequency
Vertical Frequency
Pixel Frequency
Color Palette
Contrast Ratio
Pixel Pitch
Luminance
Diagonal Dim.
24 kHz to 80 kHz
56 Hz to 85 Hz
20 MHz to 140 MHz
16.7 million colors
300:1 typical
.2805 mm x .2805 mm
600 cd/m2 (maximum) (transmissivity varies with
optical coating)
18.1”
Horizontal
359 mm
Vertical
287 mm
Viewing Angle
Optical Resp. Time
Vertical +70º, -40º; Horizontal +/- 70º
10 ms rise, 35 ms decay
POWER
Power Consumption
Power Supply
110 W
AC 85-132 and 170-264 V input @ 47 - 440 Hz
PICTURE IN PICTURE
Image Size
Image Positioning
Video Input
Color Palette
Adjustable up to 1280 pixels by 960 pixels
The Picture in Picture image can be positioned
anywhere in the 1280 x 1024 display window.
Accepts NTSC M/4.43, PAL M/N/B/G/H/I/D
composite video formats with auto detection
16.7 million colors
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Specifications
ORION18 ZS/VP
SIZE
Display
Image Size
Pixel Configuration
Video Input
18”
1280 pixels by 1024 pixels
RGB Vertical Stripe
Analog RGB 0.7Vp-p/75 Ohm
Separate Sync
TTL level
Composite Sync
TTL level
Sync on Green
Video 0.3 V Negative
Horizontal Sync
Positive/Negative
Vertical Sync
Positive/Negative
Horizontal Frequency
Vertical Frequency
Pixel Frequency
Color Palette
Contrast Ratio
Pixel Pitch
Luminance
Diagonal Dim.
24 kHz to 80 kHz
56 Hz to 85 Hz
20 MHz to 140 MHz
16.7 million colors
300:1 typical
.2805 mm x .2805 mm
200cd/m2 (typical) (transmissivity varies with optical
coating)
18.1”
Horizontal
359 mm
Vertical
287 mm
Viewing Angle
Optical Resp. Time
Vertical +70º, -40º; Horizontal +/- 70º
10 ms rise, 35 ms decay
POWER
Power Consumption
Power Supply
110 W
AC 85-132 and 170-264 V input @ 47 - 440 Hz
PICTURE IN PICTURE
Image Size
Adjustable up to 1280 pixels by 960 pixels
Image Positioning
The Picture in Picture image can be positioned
anywhere in the 1280 x 1024 display window.
Video Input
Accepts NTSC M/4.43 & PAL M/N/B/G/H/I/D
composite video formats with auto detection
Color Palette
16.7 million colors
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ORION18 ZI/VP
Specifications
SIZE
Display
Image Size
Pixel Configuration
Video Input
18”
1280 pixels by 1024 pixels
RGB Vertical Stripe
Analog RGB 0.7Vp-p/75 Ohm
Separate Sync
TTL level
Composite Sync
TTL level
Sync on Green
Video 0.3 V Negative
Horizontal Sync
Positive/Negative
Vertical Sync
Positive/Negative
Horizontal Frequency
Vertical Frequency
Pixel Frequency
Color Palette
Contrast Ratio
Pixel Pitch
Luminance
Diagonal Dim.
24 kHz to 80 kHz
56 Hz to 85 Hz
20 MHz to 140 MHz
16.7 million colors
300:1 typical
.2805 mm x .2805 mm
235cd/m2 (typical) (transmissivity varies with optical
coating)
18.1”
Horizontal
359 mm
Vertical
287 mm
Viewing Angle
Optical Resp. Time
Full +/- 80o +/- 80o
25 ms rise, 25 ms decay
POWER
Power Consumption
Power Supply
110 W
AC 85-132 and 170-264 V input @ 47 - 440 Hz
PICTURE IN PICTURE
Image Size
Adjustable up to 1280 pixels by 960 pixels
Image Positioning
The Picture in Picture image can be positioned
anywhere in the 1280 x 1024 display window.
Video Input
Accepts NTSC M/4.43 & PAL M/N/B/G/H/I/D
composite video formats with auto detection
Color Palette
16.7 million colors
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Specifications
CABLING
Display Cable
Power Cable
6’ cable, HD 15 (optional 13W3 or BNC)
6’ cable, IEC
TOTAL PACKAGING
SIZE
Size
14.0” H x 19’ W x 4.25” D
WEIGHT
Total Assembled Weight
20 lbs.
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temp.
Nonoperating Temp.
0 to +50 Celsius
-25 to +60 Celsius
Operating Humidity
5% to 95% Non-condensing
Non-operating Humidity
5% to 95% Non-condensing
Non-operating Attitude
0 to 40,000 ft.
Operating Altitude
0 to 10,000 ft.
RELIABILITY
SPECIFICATIONS
MTBF
QA Compliance
Maintainability
20,000 hrs with backlight change at 10,000 hrs.
ISO 9000
<30 minutes
REGULATORY
EMI/RR
FCC Class A
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Warranty
1 YEAR STANDARD WARRANTY
Extent of Limited Warranty
1. Z Microsystems, Inc. (Z Micro) warrants to the end-user that Z Micro products
will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a specified time
after the date of purchase. The duration of this limited warranty is stated
above. Certain additional conditions and limitations of Z Micro’s warranty
are stated in the User Guide. The warranty on software products applies only
to the media upon which the product is recorded. Z Micro does not warrant
the operation of any product to be uninterrupted or error free.
2. Z Micro’s limited warranty covers only those defects which arise as a result of
normal use of the product, and do not apply to any: Improper or inadequate
maintenance; Hardware add-in boards, software, or interfacing not supplied
by Z Micro; Unauthorized modification or misuse; Operation outside the
product’s environmental specifications; or improper maintenance.
3. If Z Micro receives, during the applicable warranty period, notice of a defect
in a hardware product which is covered by Z Micro’s warranty, Z Micro shall
either repair or replace the product, at its discretion. Any replacement
product may be either new or like new, provided that it has functionality at
least equal to that of the product being replaced.
4. If Z Micro is unable to repair or replace, as applicable, a defective product
which is covered by Z Micro’s warranty, Z Micro shall, within a reasonable
time after being notified of the defect, refund the purchase price for the
product, provided the product is returned.
5. This Limited Warranty Statement gives the customer specific legal rights. You
may also have other rights which vary from state to state in the United States,
from province to province in Canada, and from country to country elsewhere
in the world.
6. Z Micro offers Extended Warranties and Service Plans. For more information,
call Customer Service at 1800-524-7926 x232.
Limitations of Warranty
1. To the extent that this Limited Warranty Statement is inconsistent with the law
of the locality where the customer uses the Z Micro product, this Limited
Warranty Statement shall be deemed modified to be consistent with such local
law. Under such local law, certain limitations of this Limited Warranty
Statement may not apply to the customer. For example, some states in the
United States, as well as some governments outside the United States
(including provinces in Canada), may: Preclude the disclaimers and
limitations in this Warranty Statement from limiting the statutory rights of a
consumer (for example, Australia and the United Kingdom); Otherwise
restrict the ability of a manufacturer to make such disclaimers or impose
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such limitations; Grant the customer additional warranty rights, specify the
duration of implied warranties which the manufacturer cannot disclaim, or
not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts.
2. To the extent allowed by local law, the remedies provided in this Warranty
Statement are the customer’s sole and exclusive remedies.
Limitations of Liability
EXCEPT FOR THE OBLIGATIONS SPECIFICALLY SET FORTH IN THIS WARRANTY STATEMENT, IN NO EVENT SHALL Z MICRO BE LIABLE FOR ANY
DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
WHETHER BASED ON CONTRACT, TORT, OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY
AND WHETHER ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
FAQ’S -- Frequently Asked Questions
What equipment is covered?
The packing slip that comes with the
equipment lists the equipment
covered.
What failures are covered?
Any type of workmanship or equipment hardware failures arising from
normal use of the equipment is
covered. The only exclusions are for
problems related to abuse, acts of
god, or acts of war. Software problems are not covered.
Telephone or fax the Customer Service
Dept. at Z Microsystems:
Who do I call?
(858) 657-1000 ext. 232
(858) 657-1001 (fax)
Please have the equipment serial
number and a description of the
problem ready when you call. It is
also handy to know the version of the
operating system you are using.
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Warranty
Your equipment should be returned to
you within 30 days of its receipt at the
factory. In many cases it will be less
(our goal is to have your equipment on
its way back within 5 days). However,
if the damaged equipment has to be
serviced by the original manufacturer
(Seagate, NEC, for example), it may
take longer.
How long does it take?
The only per incident cost you will
incur is Freight In to return the
equipment to the factory. Your
standard warranty covers all of the
costs associated with the repair and
the return shipment of the covered
equipment.
Are there any extra costs?
DO NOT send any data storage
equipment that contains classified
material. Remove the inner disks of
any drive with classified information.
Send only the outer casing of the disk
drive. There will be a replacement
charge for classified drives even if the
drive is still under warranty.
What about classified data?
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Support
FURTHER HELP
If you are unable to correct any
problem yourself, contact:
Z Microsystems at:
(858) 657-1000 x232
Fax: (858) 657-1001
Website: http://www.zmicro.com
Before calling, please have available
as much of the following information
as possible:
1. Model and serial number from
the label on the monitor.
2. Purchase Order.
3. Description of problem.
4. Computer type and model.
NOTE: If possible, stay by the
computer. The Z Microsystems
Technical Support Representative may wish to go through
the problem over the
telephone.
5. System configuration (hardware fitted, etc.).
6. System BIOS version number.
7. Operating System and version
number.
8. Display driver version number.
9. Video Adapter type.
NOTE: More help, late-breaking news
and details of the latest
accessories for these products
may be found on the
worldwide web at: http://
www.zmicro.com
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Support
REPLACING PARTS
If the Z Microsystems Technical
Support Engineer determines that the
product needs to be replaced, a
Customer Service Representative will
issue a Return Material Authorization
(RMA) number and return address.
A RMA number is required to return a
product to Z Microsystems, regardless
of the reason for the return.
The following information is required
when returning Z Microsystems
products:
1. Model number
2. Serial number
3. Customer ship-to address and
any special shipping requirements
4. Specific and detailed description of the problem
5. P.O. Number if out of warranty
PROVIDING FEEDBACK
We value your feedback on our
products, their performance, any
problems and constructive suggestions.
Please send such productive information in writing to:
Z Microsystems
Customer Service
5945 Pacific Center Blvd.
Suite 509
San Diego, CA 92121-4309
or
http://www.zmicro.com
E-Mail: support@zmicro.com
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5945 Pacific Center Blvd., Suite 509
San Diego, CA 92121
Phone: (858) 657-1000
Fax: (858) 657-1001
Website: http://www.zmicro.com
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