Dell™ Latitude™ X300 and Inspiron™ 300m Battery Charger User's Guide
Using the Battery Charger
Regulatory Notices
Limited Warranty and Return Policy
Notes, Notices, and Cautions
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NOTICE: A NOTICE indicates either potential damage to hardware or loss of data and tells you how to avoid the problem.
CAUTION: A CAUTION indicates a potential for property damage, personal injury, or death.
Information in this document is subject to change without notice.
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Model X0350
May 2003 P/N C2407 Rev. A00
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Using the Battery Charger
Dell™ Latitude™ X300 and Inspiron™ 300m Battery Charger User's Guide
Safety Instructions Attaching the Battery to the Battery Charger
When Using Your Battery Charger
Charging the Battery
About Your Battery Charger
Removing the Battery From the Battery Charger
Checking the Battery Charge
Storing a Battery
Removing the Battery From the Computer
Specifications
CAUTION: Safety Instructions Use the following safety guidelines to help ensure your own personal safety and to help protect your computer and working environment from potential
damage.
General
These safety instructions relate to the interaction between the battery charger, battery, and AC adapter. Consult the System Information Guide or the
Owner's Manual for your computer for complete safety information on your computer.
Use this battery charger only with the Dell battery module for which it is intended. Use with other than the approved module may increase the risk of fire or
explosion.
Do not attempt to service the battery charger yourself unless you are a trained service technician. Always follow installation instructions closely.
If you use a power strip with your AC adapter, ensure that the total ampere rating of the products plugged in to the power strip does not exceed the
ampere rating of the power strip.
Do not push objects into air vents or openings of your computer. Doing so can cause fire or electric shock by shorting out interior components.
Place the AC adapter in a ventilated area, such as a desk top or on the floor, when you use it to run the computer or to charge the battery. Do not cover the
AC adapter with papers or other items that will reduce cooling; also, do not use the AC adapter inside a carrying case.
The AC adapter may become hot during normal operation of your computer. Use care when handling the adapter during or immediately after operation.
Do not allow your battery charger to operate with the base resting directly on exposed skin for extended periods of time. The surface temperature of the
base will rise during normal operation (particularly when AC power is present). Allowing sustained contact with exposed skin can cause discomfort or,
eventually, a burn.
Do not use your battery charger in a wet environment, for example, near a bath tub, sink, or swimming pool or in a wet basement
To help avoid the potential hazard of electric shock, do not connect or disconnect any cables or perform maintenance or reconfiguration of this product during
an electrical storm. Do not use your battery charger during an electrical storm unless all cables have been disconnected and the computer is operating on
battery power.
Before you clean your battery charger, remove power. Clean your battery charger with a soft cloth dampened with water. Do not use liquid or aerosol
cleaners, which may contain flammable substances.
Power
Use only the Dell-provided AC adapter approved for use with this battery charger. Use of another AC adapter may cause a fire or explosion.
Before you connect the battery charger to an electrical outlet, check the AC adapter voltage rating to ensure that the required voltage and frequency match
the available power source.
To remove the battery charger from all power sources, turn the computer off, remove the battery pack, and disconnect the AC adapter from the electrical
outlet.
To help prevent electric shock, plug the AC adapter and peripheral power cables into properly grounded power sources. These power cables may be
equipped with three-prong plugs to provide an earth grounding connection. Do not use adapter plugs or remove the grounding prong from the power cable
plug. If you use a power extension cable, use the appropriate type, two-prong or three-prong, to mate with the AC adapter power cable.
Be sure that nothing rests on your AC adapter's power cable and that the cable is not located where it can be tripped over or stepped on.
If you are using a multiple-outlet power strip, use caution when plugging the AC adapter's power cable into the power strip. Some power strips may allow
you to insert the plug incorrectly. Incorrect insertion of the power plug could result in permanent damage to your computer, as well as risk of electric shock
and/or fire. Ensure that the ground prong of the power plug is inserted into the mating ground contact of the power strip.
Battery
Use only Dell battery modules that are approved for use with your computer. Use of other types may increase the risk of fire or explosion.
Do not carry a battery pack in your pocket, purse, or other container where metal objects (such as car keys or paper clips) could short-circuit the battery
terminals. The resulting excessive current flow can cause extremely high temperatures and may result in damage to the battery pack or cause fire or burns.
The battery poses a burn hazard if you handle it improperly. Do not disassemble it. Handle a damaged or leaking battery pack with extreme care. If the
battery is damaged, electrolyte may leak from the cells and may cause personal injury.
Keep the battery away from children.
Do not store or leave your computer or battery pack near a heat source such as a radiator, fireplace, stove, electric heater, or other heat-generating
appliance or otherwise expose it to temperatures in excess of 60ºC (140ºF). When heated to excessive temperatures, battery cells could explode or vent,
posing a risk of fire.
Do not dispose of your computer's battery in a fire or with normal household waste. Battery cells may explode. Discard a used battery according to the
manufacturer's instructions or contact your local waste disposal agency for disposal instructions. Dispose of a spent or damaged battery promptly.
When Using Your Battery Charger
Observe the following safe-handling guidelines to prevent damage to your battery charger:
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When setting up the battery charger for work, place it on a level surface.
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Protect your battery charger from environmental hazards such as dirt, dust, food, liquids, temperature extremes, and overexposure to sunlight.
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When you move your battery charger between environments with very different temperature and/or humidity ranges, condensation may form on or
within the computer. To avoid damaging the battery charger, allow sufficient time for the moisture to evaporate before using the battery charger.
NOTICE: When taking the battery charger from low-temperature conditions into a warmer environment or from high-temperature conditions into a
cooler environment, allow the battery charger to acclimate to room temperature before turning on power.
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When you disconnect a cable, pull on its connector on its strain-relief loop, not on the cable itself. As you pull out the connector, keep it evenly aligned
to avoid bending any connector pins. Also, before you connect a cable make sure both connectors are correctly oriented and aligned
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If your battery charger gets wet or is damaged, follow the procedures described in "Solving Problems." If, after following these procedures, you
confirm that your battery charger is not operating properly, contact Dell (see "Getting Help" in your the documentation that came with your computer
for the appropriate contact information).
Battery Disposal
Your computer uses a lithium-ion battery and a nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) coin-cell battery. For instructions about replacing the lithium-ion battery in your
computer, refer to the section about replacing the battery in your Dell computer documentation. The NiMH battery is a long-life battery, and it is very possible
that you will never need to replace it. However, should you need to replace it, the procedure must be performed by an authorized service technician.
Do not dispose of the battery along with household waste. Contact your local waste disposal agency for the address of the nearest battery deposit site.
About Your Battery Charger
Top View
1
battery charger light
Side View
1
AC adapter connector
Bottom View
1 battery charger latch
release (2)
Checking the Battery Charge
You can check the battery charge before you remove the battery from the computer and attach it to the battery charger. You can also set power management
options to alert you when the battery charge is low.
The Microsoft® Windows® power meter window and
charge.
icon, the battery charge gauge, and the low-battery warning provide information on the battery
Power Meter
The Windows power meter indicates the remaining battery charge. To check the power meter:
Double-click the
icon in the taskbar, or:
1.
Open the Control Panel.
2.
Double-click the Power Options (or Power Management) icon to open the Power Options Properties window.
3.
Click the Power Meter tab.
The Power Meter tab displays the current power source and amount of battery charge remaining.
If the computer is connected to an electrical outlet, the
icon appears.
Battery Charge Gauge
Before you attach the battery charger to the battery, press the status button on the battery charge gauge to illuminate the charge-level lights. Each light
represents approximately 20 percent of the total battery charge. For example, if the battery has 80 percent of its charge remaining, four of the five lights are
on. If no lights appear, the battery has no charge.
Low-Battery Warning
NOTICE: To avoid losing or corrupting data, save your work immediately after a low-battery warning. Then connect the computer to an electrical outlet.
If the battery runs completely out of power, hibernate mode begins automatically.
A pop-up window warns you when the battery charge falls below a certain percentage that is set in the Power Options Properties window. For more
information on low-battery alarms, see "Power Management" in your online documentation.
Removing the Battery From the Computer
CAUTION: Before performing these procedures, disconnect the modem from the telephone wall jack and read and follow the safety instructions.
NOTICE: You cannot undock your computer while your computer is in standby mode or hibernate mode.
NOTICE: If you choose to replace the battery with the computer in standby mode, you have up to 1 minute to complete the battery replacement. The
computer will shut down shortly after this.
1.
Ensure that the computer is turned off, suspended in a power management mode, or connected to an electrical outlet.
2.
If the computer is connected to a media base (docked), undock it. See the documentation that came with your media base for instructions.
3.
Slide out the battery-bay latch releases on the bottom of the computer and remove the battery from the bay.
4.
Ensure that the computer is turned off, in hibernate mode, or connected to an electrical outlet.
1 battery latch release (2)
Attaching the Battery to the Battery Charger
1.
Align the bottom of the battery with the bottom of the battery charger.
2.
Slide the battery into the battery charger connector, and slide the battery tabs into the battery charger slots until it clicks into place.
1 battery latch
2 battery charger
3 battery charger slots (2)
4 battery
Charging the Battery
1.
Remove the battery from the computer and attach the battery to the battery charger (see Removing the Battery From the Computer and Attaching the
Battery to the Battery Charger).
2.
Connect the AC adapter to the AC adapter connector on the battery charger and to the electrical outlet.
CAUTION: If you are using a multiple-outlet power strip, use caution when you plug the AC adapter power cable into the power strip. Some
power strips may allow you to insert the plug incorrectly. Incorrect insertion of the power plug could result in permanent damage to your
computer, as well as risk of electric shock and/or fire. Ensure that you insert the ground prong of the power plug into the mating ground contact
of the power strip.
Battery operating time varies depending on operating conditions. You can use the battery charger to charge a 28 WHr battery or an optional 65 WHr extended
battery.
While the battery is charging, the battery charger light is green. When the battery is fully charged, the battery charger light blinks green. If errors occur while
charging, the battery charger light blinks amber.
For information on resolving battery problems, see "Solving Problems" in the documentation that came with your computer.
Removing the Battery From the Battery Charger
NOTICE: When you disconnect the AC adapter from the battery charger, hold the adapter cable connector, not the cable itself, and pull firmly but gently
to avoid damaging the cable.
1.
Disconnect the AC adapter from the electrical outlet and the battery charger.
2.
Slide the battery charger latch and gently pull the battery out of the battery charger connector.
Storing a Battery
Remove any installed battery pack when you store your computer for an extended period of time. A battery discharges during prolonged storage. After a long
storage period, recharge the battery fully before you run the computer on battery power.
Specifications
Battery Charger Dimensions:
Depth
35 mm (1.4 inches)
Height
15 mm (0.6 inch)
Width
212 mm (8.3 inches)
Weight (typical)
0.07 kg (0.15 lbs)
Voltage:
Input
20 VDC
Output
9.0 VDC (nominal)
Charge current (maximum)
3.0 A with 58-WHr battery
3.0 A with 27-WHr battery
Charge time (approximate)
3 hours with 58-WHr battery
1.5 hours with 27-WHr battery
Temperature range:
Operating
0° to 40°C (32° to 104°F)
Storage
–65° to 150°C (–85° to 302°F)
AC Adapter
Input voltage
90–135 VAC and 164–264 VAC
Input current (maximum)
1.2 A
Input frequency
47–63 Hz
Output current (maximum)
2.5 A
Output power
50 W
Rated output voltage
20 VDC
Dimensions (without cord manager):
Height
27.5 mm (1.08 inches)
Width
47 mm (1.85 inches)
Depth
95 mm (3.74 inches)
Weight (including DC cable)
0.41 kg (0.9 lb)
Temperature range:
Operating
0° to 40°C (32° to 104°F)
Storage
–40° to 70°C (–40° to 158°F)
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Regulatory Notices
Dell™ Latitude™ X300 and Inspiron™ 300m Battery Charger User's Guide
FCC Notices (U.S. Only)
EN 55022 Compliance (Czech Republic Only)
IC Notice (Canada Only)
VCCI Notice (Japan Only)
CE Notice (European Union)
MIC Notice (Republic of Korea Only)
CE Mark Notice
Polish Center for Testing and Certification Notice
ENERGY STAR® Compliance
BSMI Notice (Taiwan Only)
Simplified Chinese Class A Warning Notice (China Only)
NOM Information (Mexico Only)
Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) is any signal or emission, radiated in free space or conducted along power or signal leads, that endangers the functioning
of a radio navigation or other safety service or seriously degrades, obstructs, or repeatedly interrupts a licensed radio communications service. Radio
communications services include but are not limited to AM/FM commercial broadcast, television, cellular services, radar, air-traffic control, pager, and Personal
Communication Services (PCS). These licensed services, along with unintentional radiators such as digital devices, including computers, contribute to the
electromagnetic environment.
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) is the ability of items of electronic equipment to function properly together in the electronic environment. While this
computer has been designed and determined to be compliant with regulatory agency limits for EMI, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference with radio communications services, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, you are encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient the receiving antenna.
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Relocate the computer with respect to the receiver.
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Move the computer away from the receiver.
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Plug the computer into a different outlet so that the computer and the receiver are on different branch circuits.
If necessary, consult a Dell Technical Support representative or an experienced radio/television technician for additional suggestions.
Dell computers are designed, tested, and classified for their intended electromagnetic environment. These electromagnetic environment classifications
generally refer to the following harmonized definitions:
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Class A is typically for business or industrial environments.
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Class B is typically for residential environments.
Information Technology Equipment (ITE), including devices, expansion cards, printers, input/output (I/O) devices, monitors, and so on, that are integrated into
or connected to the computer should match the electromagnetic environment classification of the computer.
A Notice About Shielded Signal Cables: Use only shielded cables for connecting devices to any Dell device to reduce the possibility of interference with
radio communications services. Using shielded cables ensures that you maintain the appropriate EMC classification for the intended environment. For
parallel printers, a cable is available from Dell. If you prefer, you can order a cable from Dell on the World Wide Web at
accessories.us.dell.com/sna/category.asp?category_id=4117.
Most Dell computers are classified for Class B environments. However, the inclusion of certain options can change the rating of some configurations to Class A.
To determine the electromagnetic classification for your computer or device, refer to the following sections specific for each regulatory agency. Each section
provides country-specific EMC/EMI or product safety information.
FCC Notices (U.S. Only)
Most Dell computers are classified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) as Class B digital devices. To determine which classification applies to
your computer, examine all FCC registration labels located on the bottom or back panel of your computer, on card-mounting brackets, and on the cards
themselves. If any one of the labels carries a Class A rating, your entire computer is considered to be a Class A digital device. If all labels carry an FCC Class B
rating as distinguished by either an FCC ID number or the FCC logo, (
), your computer is considered to be a Class B digital device.
Once you have determined your computer's FCC classification, read the appropriate FCC notice. Note that FCC regulations provide that changes or
modifications not expressly approved by Dell could void your authority to operate this equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
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This device may not cause harmful interference.
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This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Class A
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses,
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the manufacturer's instruction manual, may cause harmful
interference with radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case you will be
required to correct the interference at your own expense.
Class B
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 manufacturer's instruction manual, may cause interference with 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, you are encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
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Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
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Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
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Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/television technician for help.
The following information is provided on the device or devices covered in this document in compliance with FCC regulations:
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Model number: X0350
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Company name:
Dell Computer Corporation
One Dell Way
Round Rock, Texas 78682 USA
IC Notice (Canada Only)
Most Dell computers (and other Dell digital apparatus) are classified by the Industry Canada (IC) Interference-Causing Equipment Standard #3 (ICES-003) as
Class B digital devices. To determine which classification (Class A or B) applies to your computer (or other Dell digital apparatus), examine all registration labels
located on the bottom or the back panel of your computer (or other digital apparatus). A statement in the form of "IC Class A ICES-003" or "IC Class B ICES003" will be located on one of these labels. Note that Industry Canada regulations provide that changes or modifications not expressly approved by Dell could
void your authority to operate this equipment.
CE Notice (European Union)
Marking by the symbol
indicates compliance of this Dell computer to the EMC Directive and the Low Voltage Directive of the European Union. Such marking
is indicative that this Dell system meets the following technical standards:
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EN 55022 — "Information Technology Equipment — Radio Disturbance Characteristics — Limits and Methods of Measurement."
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EN 55024 — "Information Technology Equipment - Immunity Characteristics - Limits and Methods of Measurement."
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EN 61000-3-2 — "Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) - Part 3: Limits - Section 2: Limits for Harmonic Current Emissions (Equipment Input Current Up to and Including 16 A Per Phase)."
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EN 61000-3-3 — "Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) - Part 3: Limits - Section 3: Limitation of Voltage Fluctuations and Flicker in Low-Voltage Supply
Systems for Equipment With Rated Current Up to and Including 16 A."
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EN 60950 — "Safety of Information Technology Equipment."
NOTE: EN 55022 emissions requirements provide for two classifications:
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Class A is for typical commercial areas.
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Class B is for typical domestic areas.
This Dell device is classified for use in a typical Class B domestic environment.
A "Declaration of Conformity" in accordance with the preceding directives and standards has been made and is on file at Dell Computer Corporation Products
Europe BV, Limerick, Ireland.
CE Mark Notice
This equipment complies with the essential requirements of the European Union Directive 1999/5/EC.
ENERGY STAR® Compliance
Certain configurations of Dell™ computers comply with the requirements set forth by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for energy-efficient computers.
If the front panel of your computer bears the ENERGY STAR® Emblem, your original configuration complies with these requirements and all ENERGY STAR® power management features of the computer are enabled.
NOTE: Any Dell computer bearing the ENERGY STAR® Emblem is certified to comply with EPA ENERGY STAR® requirements as configured when shipped by Dell.
Any changes you make to this configuration (such as installing additional expansion cards or drives) may increase the computer's power consumption beyond
the limits set by the EPA's ENERGY STAR® Computers program.
ENERGY STAR® Emblem
The EPA's ENERGY STAR® Computers program is a joint effort between the EPA and computer manufacturers to reduce air pollution by promoting energyefficient computer products. The EPA estimates that use of ENERGY STAR® computer products can save computer users up to two billion dollars annually in
electricity costs. In turn, this reduction in electricity usage can reduce emissions of carbon dioxide, the gas primarily responsible for the greenhouse effect, and
sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides, the primary causes of acid rain.
You can also help reduce electricity usage and its side effects by turning off your computer when it is not in use for extended periods of time, particularly at
night and on weekends.
Simplified Chinese Class A Warning Notice (China Only)
On Class A systems, the following warning will appear near the regulatory label:
Warning: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference, in which case the user may be required to
take adequate measures.
EN 55022 Compliance (Czech Republic Only)
VCCI Notice (Japan Only)
Most Dell computers are classified by the Voluntary Control Council for Interference (VCCI) as Class B information technology equipment (ITE). However, the
inclusion of certain options can change the rating of some configurations to Class A. ITE, including devices, expansion cards, printers, input/output (I/O)
devices, monitors, and so on, integrated into or connected to the computer should match the electromagnetic environment classification (Class A or B) of the
computer.
To determine which classification applies to your computer, examine the regulatory labels/markings (see "VCCI Class A ITE Regulatory Mark" and "VCCI Class B
ITE Regulatory Mark") located on the bottom or back panel of your computer. Once you have determined your computer's VCCI classification, read the
appropriate VCCI notice.
Class A ITE
This is a Class A product based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council for Interference (VCCI) for information technology equipment. If this
equipment is used in a domestic environment, radio disturbance may arise. When such trouble occurs, the user may be required to take corrective actions.
VCCI Class A ITE Regulatory Mark
Class B ITE
This is a Class B product based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council for Interference (VCCI) for information technology equipment. If this
equipment is used near a radio or television receiver in a domestic environment, it may cause radio interference. Install and use the equipment according to
the instruction manual.
VCCI Class B ITE Regulatory Mark
If the regulatory label includes the following marking, your computer is a Class B product:
MIC Notice (Republic of Korea Only)
To determine which classification (Class A or B) applies to your computer (or other Dell digital device), examine the Republic of Korean Ministry of Information
and Communications (MIC) registration labels located on your computer (or other Dell digital device). The MIC label may be located separately from the other
regulatory marking applied to your product. Line two of the label identifies the emissions class for the product—"(A)" for Class A products or "(B)" for Class B
products.
NOTE: MIC emissions requirements provide for two classifications:
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Class A devices are for business purposes.
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Class B devices are for nonbusiness purposes.
Class A Device
Please note that this device has been approved for business purposes with regard to electromagnetic interference. If you find that this device is not suitable
for your use, you may exchange it for a nonbusiness-purpose device.
MIC Class A Regulatory Label
If the regulatory label includes the following marking, your computer is a Class A product:
Class B Device
Please note that this device has been approved for nonbusiness purposes and may be used in any environment, including residential areas.
MIC Class B Regulatory Label
If the regulatory label includes the following marking, your computer is a Class B product.
Polish Center for Testing and Certification Notice
The equipment should draw power from a socket with an attached protection circuit (a three-prong socket). All equipment that works together (computer,
monitor, printer, and so on) should have the same power supply source.
The phasing conductor of the room's electrical installation should have a reserve short-circuit protection device in the form of a fuse with a nominal value no
larger than 16 amperes (A).
To completely switch off the equipment, the power supply cable must be removed from the power supply socket, which should be located near the equipment
and easily accessible.
A protection mark "B" confirms that the equipment is in compliance with the protection usage requirements of standards PN-93/T-42107 and PN-EN 55022.
BSMI Notice (Taiwan Only)
NOM Information (Mexico Only)
The following information is provided on the device(s) described in this document in compliance with the requirements of the official Mexican standards (NOM):
Exporter:
Dell Computer Corporation
One Dell Way
Round Rock, TX 78682
Importer:
Dell Computer de México, S.A. de C.V. Paseo de la Reforma 2620 - 11° Piso Col. Lomas Altas
11950 México, D.F. Ship to:
Dell Computer de México, S.A. de C.V. al Cuidado de Kuehne & Nagel de México S. de R.I.
Avenida Soles No. 55
Col. Peñon de los Baños
15520 México, D.F.
Model number:
X0350
Supply voltage:
100–240 VAC
Frequency:
50–60 Hz
Current Consumption: 1.5 A
Output voltage:
19.5 VDC
Output current:
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Dell™ Latitude™ X300 and Inspiron™ 300m Battery Charger User's Guide
Dell Computer Corporation ("Dell") manufactures its hardware products from parts and components that are new or equivalent to new in accordance with
industry-standard practices. For information about the Dell limited warranty for your computer, see the System Information Guide.
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