Operation manual [PDF:431.5KB]

Operation manual [PDF:431.5KB]

OPERATION

MANUAL

UF-106A

Universal Frame

UF-106APS

Power Supply Module

1

st

Edition - Rev.1

Precautions

Important Safety Warnings

[Power]

Caution

Stop

Operate unit only on the specified supply voltage.

Disconnect power cord by connector only. Do not pull on cable portion.

Do not place or drop heavy or sharp-edged objects on power cord. A damaged cord can cause fire or electrical shock hazards. Regularly check power cord for excessive wear or damage to avoid possible fire / electrical hazards.

[Grounding]

Caution

Hazard

Caution

Ensure unit is properly grounded at all times to prevent electrical shock hazard.

Do not ground the unit to gas lines, units, or fixtures of an explosive or dangerous nature.

Ensure power cord is firmly plugged into AC outlet.

[Operation]

Hazard

Hazard

Do not operate unit in hazardous or potentially explosive atmospheres. Doing so could result in fire, explosion, or other dangerous results.

Do not allow liquids, metal pieces, or other foreign materials to enter the unit. Doing so could result in fire, other hazards, or unit malfunction.

If foreign material does enter the unit, turn power off and disconnect power cord

immediately. Remove material and contact authorized service representative if damage has occurred.

[Transportation]

Caution

Handle with care to avoid shocks in transit. Shocks may cause malfunction. When you need to transport the unit, use the original packing materials or alternate adequate packing.

[Circuitry Access]

Stop

Hazard

Do not remove covers, panels, casing, or access circuitry with power applied to the unit! Turn power off and disconnect power cord prior to removal. Internal servicing / adjustment of unit should only be performed by qualified personnel.

Do not touch any parts / circuitry with a high heat factor.

Capacitors can retain enough electric charge to cause mild to serious shock, even after power is disconnected. Capacitors associated with the power supply are especially hazardous. Avoid contact with any capacitors.

Unit should not be operated or stored with cover, panels, and / or casing removed.

Operating unit with circuitry exposed could result in electric shock / fire hazards or unit malfunction.

[Potential Hazards]

Caution

If abnormal smells or noises are noticed coming from the unit, turn power off immediately and disconnect power cord to avoid potentially hazardous conditions. If problems similar to above occur, contact authorized service representative before attempting to again operate unit.

[Consumables]

Caution

The consumables used in unit must be replaced periodically. For further details on which parts are consumables and when they should be replaced, refer to the specifications at the end of the Operation Manual. Since the service life of the consumables varies greatly depending on the environment in which they are used, they should be replaced at an early date. For details on replacing the consumables, contact your dealer.

[Rubber Feet]

Caution

If this product has come with rubber feet attached by screws, do not insert the screws again without rubber feet after removing the rubber feet and screws. It may cause damage to the internal circuits or components of the unit. To install the rubber feet again to the unit, do not use other than the supplied rubber feet and screws.

Upon Receipt

Unpacking

UF-106A/UF-106APS units and their accessories are fully inspected and adjusted prior to shipment. Operation can be performed immediately upon completing all required connections and operational settings.

Check your received items against the packing lists below.

UF-106A

ITEM QTY REMARKS

UF-106A 1

The blank panel for rear modules installation is optional.

AC Cable 1

Operation Manual

UF-106APS

ITEM

UF-106APS

AC Cable

Screw (bind, M3 x 6)

Screw (bind, M3 x 10)

Operation manual

QTY

1

1

2

2

1

REMARKS

Redundant power supply front unit and rear unit

For front unit

For rear unit

This manual

Check

Check to ensure no damage has occurred during shipment. If damage has occurred, or items are missing, inform your supplier immediately.

Table of Contents

1. Prior to Starting ........................................................................................................................ 1

1-1. Welcome ........................................................................................................................... 1

1-2. About the UF-106A/UF-106APS........................................................................................ 1

1-3. Features ............................................................................................................................ 1

1-4. About This Manual ............................................................................................................ 1

2. Panel Descriptions ................................................................................................................... 2

2-1. Front Panel ....................................................................................................................... 2

2-2. Front Interior...................................................................................................................... 2

2-3. Slot No. ............................................................................................................................. 3

2-4. Rear Panel ........................................................................................................................ 3

2-5. Fan .................................................................................................................................... 4

2-6. Power Unit......................................................................................................................... 5

2-6-1. Front Power Unit ........................................................................................................ 5

2-6-2. Rear Power Unit (Standard Power) ............................................................................ 6

2-6-3. Rear Power Unit (Redundant Power Supply) ............................................................. 7

2-7. GPI Connector................................................................................................................... 8

2-7-1. GPI Connector Specifications..................................................................................... 8

2-7-2. Alarm Output .............................................................................................................. 9

2-7-3. Connection Circuit Example ..................................................................................... 10

3. Installation .............................................................................................................................. 11

3-1. UFM Module Installation.................................................................................................. 11

3-1-1. Rear UFM Module Installation .................................................................................. 12

3-1-2. Front UFM Module Installation ................................................................................. 13

3-2. Redundant Power Supply (UF-106APS) Installation ............................................................ 14

3-2-1. Redundant Power Supply Rear Unit Installation....................................................... 14

3-2-2. Redundant Power Supply Front Unit Installation ...................................................... 15

3-3. Front Panel Installation.................................................................................................... 16

4. Specifications and Dimensions............................................................................................... 17

4-1. Specifications .................................................................................................................. 17

4-2. External Dimensions ....................................................................................................... 18

4-2-1. UF-106A ................................................................................................................... 18

4-2-2. UF-106APS .............................................................................................................. 19

1. Prior to Starting

1-1. Welcome

Congratulations! By purchasing UF-106A Universal Frame you have entered the world of

FOR-A and its many innovative products. Thank you for your patronage and we hope you will turn to FOR-A products again and again to satisfy your video and audio needs.

FOR-A provides a wide range of products, from basic support units to complex system controllers, which have been increasingly joined by products for computer video based systems.

Whatever your needs, talk to your FOR-A representative. We will do our best to be of continuing service to you.

1-2. About the UF-106A/UF-106APS

The UF-106A Universal Frame allows the building of any system at a low cost and a minimum of space. Up to six UFM modules can be installed.

Installation of the optional redundant power supply allows increased safety during operation.

1-3. Features

Up to six UFM modules (boards) can be installed to match your system requirements.

Installation of the UF-106APS enables a redundant power supply (dual power supply) configuration.

(When the UF-106APS is installed, the maximum number of installable UFM modules is four.)

All modules can be replaced from the front. Front power unit and front UFM module both support hot-swapping.

Alarm sensors (Temperature Error/ Fan Stop/ Power Unit Voltage Error) and status indicators (REF/ Power) are shown on front LEDs.

Alarm data can be output from rear connectors. (One make-contact output and two open-collector outputs.)

One loop-through connector for reference signal (BB) input. (The input reference signal can be supplied to all universal frame modules installed in the unit.)

EIA standard IRU size

1-4. About This Manual

Before connecting or operating your unit, read this operation manual thoroughly to ensure you understand the product. After reading, it is important to keep this manual in a safe place and available for reference.

1

2. Panel Descriptions

2-1. Front Panel

GENLK IN

POWER

FAN TEMP DC POW

ALARM

POWER 1

GENLK IN

POWER

FAN TEMP

ALARM

DC POW

POWER 2

(OPTION)

UF-106A

UNIVERSAL FRAME

To remove the front panel, loosen the two knob screws on the front panel face, and then grasp the knob screws to pull them out.

2-2. Front Interior

The slot configuration shown below is revealed when the front panel is removed.

POWER

ON

POWER REF

IN

OFF

FAN TEMP DC

POWER

ALARM

POWER

ON

OFF

POWER REF

IN

FAN TEMP

ALARM

DC

POWER

(1) Dedicated power supply slot

Slot (1) is a dedicated power supply slot. The front power unit is installed here.

Two power units can be installed in the UF-106A. The standard power unit is installed in slot

(1) in the standard configuration. Slot (2) is an optional slot for the redundant power supply

(UF-106APS).

The power unit can be replaced without stopping the supply of power to the main unit, If a problem ever occurs in one of the power units, once the two power units are installed and the two power switches are turned on.

(2) Power unit/Module shared slot

Slot (2) is a shared slot for a front redundant power unit or front UFM modules.

A front power unit or front UFM modules are installed here.

Two front UFM modules can be installed in slot (2). In this case, up to six UFM modules can be installed.

When the redundant power supply is installed, the maximum number of installable UFM modules is four.

(3) Dedicated module slot

Slot (3) is a dedicated UFM module slot.

Front UFM modules are installed here.

Power units cannot be installed in this slot.

For the module operating procedures, refer to the respective module operation manual.

2

2-3. Slot No.

The slots are numbered 1, 2, 3, … 7 starting from the right side as viewed from the front.

・When one power unit is installed

5

7

(POW1)

6

・When two power units are installed

3

4

1

2

7

(POW1)

6

( POW2)

3

4

1

2

(When the redundant power supply is installed, the maximum number of installable UFM modules is four.)

2-4. Rear Panel

(2) (1)

VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT

GENLOCK IN REMOTE

UFM-115TBC

GPI

AC100 - 240V ~50/60Hz IN

(1) Dedicated power supply slot

Slot (1) in the figure above is a dedicated power supply slot.

The standard rear power unit is installed here.

.

O

N

.

R

E

S

REF

GPI

REMOTE

AC100 - 240V ~50/60Hz IN

.

O

N

.

R

E

S

(2) Power unit/Module shared slot

Slot (2) in the figure above is a shared slot for a rear redundant power unit or rear UFM modules.

The rear power unit or rear UFM modules are installed here.

(3) Dedicated module slot

Slot (3) in the figure above is a dedicated UFM module slot.

The rear UFM modules are installed here.

Power units cannot be installed in this slot.

3

2-5. Fan

(1) Fan

This fan prevents overheating due to heat generated inside the device. Do not block the fan vent located on the left side of the unit with other object.

4

2-6. Power Unit

2-6-1. Front Power Unit

POWER

ON

POWER REF

IN

OFF

FAN TEMP DC

POWER

ALARM

POWER

ON

OFF

POWER REF

IN

FAN TEMP

ALARM

DC

POWER

POWER

Installation example:

UFM Front Module

ON

POWER

REF

IN

OFF

FAN TEMP DC

POWER

ALARM

(1) (2) (3)

(1) POWER ON/OFF switch

This is the ON/OFF switch for the power. The power turns ON when set to the “|” side.

(2) LED indicators

The DC power indicator lamp, warning indicator lamp, and other LED indicators are located here.

POWER This LED turns green when the

DC power is supplied normally.

REF This LED turns green when an external reference signal (BB) is input to the rear panel REF terminal.

FAN Off during normal operation

TEMP Off during normal operation

This LED turns red when an error occurs in the power supply fan.

This LED turns red when a temperature error occurs in the power supply module(s).

DC_POWER Off during normal operation This LED turns red when a voltage error occurs in the power module(s)..

(3) Power unit eject lever

To remove the power unit, take off the two screws on the front of the power unit, and then pull out the eject lever.

5

2-6-2. Rear Power Unit (Standard Power)

VIDEO IN

THRU 1

VIDEO OUT

2 GENLOCK IN REMOTE

UFM-115TBC

Installation example:

UFM Rear Module

REF

GPI

AC100 - 240V ~50/60Hz IN

GPI

RS-485

REF

GPI

RS-485

AC100 - 240V ~50/60Hz IN

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

AC100 - 240V ~50/60Hz IN

(1) REF(Auto-terminated connector)

This terminal is an input connector for the reference signal.

Input the black burst (BB) signal that serves as a reference signal.

To loop-through the reference signal, connect another device to the other connector of the two. If a loop-through connection is not used, the loop-through connector is automatically

75

Ω terminated.

(2) REMOTE

This is an interface connector for the remote unit.

(3) GPI

This terminal is used to output alarm signals to an external device when a power supply, fan, or temperature error occurs.

See section 2-7 for detailed specifications of the GPI connector.

(4) Ground terminal

Be sure to always ground the device to protect operators against static electricity and/or electrical shock.

(5) AC power input (100-240VAC 50/60 Hz)

Used for connection to AC power source using the supplied AC cable.

6

2-6-3. Rear Power Unit (Redundant Power Supply)

VIDEO IN

THRU 1

VIDEO OUT

2 GENLOCK IN REMOTE

UFM-115TBC

Installation example:

UFM Rear Module

GPI

AC100 - 240V ~50/60Hz IN

GPI

REF

GPI

RS-485

AC100 - 240V ~50/60Hz IN

AC100 - 240V ~50/60Hz IN

(1) (2) (3)

(1) GPI

This terminal is used to output alarm signals to an external device when a power supply, fan, or temperature error occurs.

See “GPI Terminal Specifications” in the next section for detailed specifications of the GPI terminal.

(2) Ground terminal

Be sure to always ground the device to protect operators against static electricity and/or electrical shock.

(3) AC power input (100-240VAC 50/60 Hz)

Used for connection to AC power source using the supplied AC cable.

IMPORTANT

The UF-106A standard power unit and the UF-106APS redundant power supply unit cannot be installed in our former universal frame (UF106).

Do not attempt to forcibly install either or both of them in the former universal frame.

Contact your FOR-A representative in the any case of using the former universal frame or/and former power unit with the UF-106A universal frame or/and its power unit.

7

2-7. GPI Connector

2-7-1. GPI Connector Specifications

15-pin D-sub female

Compatible connector:

Cover:

DA-C4-J10-S1 (JAE)

*Using inch screws

ALARM Connector Assignment Table ( 15-pin D-sub female)

15-pin D-sub male

DA-15PF-N (JAE)

Metal hood

Short screw

No. Signal Signal Details No. Signal Signal Details

1 +24V

2 GND

3 GND

4 ALARM1

+24VDC output (*1) 9 +24V

GND 10 GND

GND

Fan alarm (*2)

11 ALARM2

12 GND

+24VDC output (*1)

GND

Power alarm (*2)

GND

5 COM Common alarm 13 POWALM

Common contact alarm1 (*3)

6 POWALM1+ Contact alarm1+ (*3) 14 POWALM Common contact alarm2 (*4)

7 POWALM2+ Contact alarm2+ (*4) 15 N.C. N.C.

8 N.C. N.C.

(*1)Outputs+24VDC. Maximum current per pin should be 125 mA. Using the pin 1 and the pin

9 enables to output maximum current of 250 mA.

(*2)Open collector output. Maximum current limit: 24VDC / 50mA

(*3)A short circuit occurs between the pin 6 ‘contact alarm1+’ and pin 13 ‘common contact alarm1’ whenever a power voltage error, fan stoppage, or a temperature error occurs in the front power unit1. Maximum current limit: 24VDC / 0.5A.

(*4)A short circuit occurs between the pin 7 ‘contact alarm2+’ and pin 14 ‘common contact alarm2’ whenever a power voltage error, fan stoppage, or a temperature error occurs in the front power unit2. Maximum current limit: 24VDC / 0.5A.

8

2-7-2. Alarm Output

The GPI connector output and front LED status corresponding to each unit and board status are shown in the tables below.

Standard power supply only

Power ON/OFF

OFF ON

Fan operation

Power unit temperature

×

×

Power output voltage

○ ○ ○ ×

POWER

- Green Green Green Green

Front

LED status

REF IN

FAN

TEMP

DC_POWER

*1 *1 *1 *1 *1

- - Red - -

- Red -

- - Red

ALARM1

ALARM2

Open Open 0V Open Open

Open Open Open Open 0V

POWALM+,

POWALM- status

Shorted

(Electrical connection)

○: Normal, ×: Error, -: Off

*1: Depends on REF IN signal status

Open

(No

Electrical connection)

Shorted

(Electrical connection)

Shorted

(Electrical connection)

Redundant power supply installed

(when other power supply is on)

Power ON/OFF

Fan operation

OFF

× ○

Power unit temperature

○ ○ ×

Power output voltage

Not output

Shorted

(Electrical connection)

ON

Front

LED

status

POWER

REF IN

FAN

TEMP

DC_POWER

ALARM1

ALARM2

Green Green Green

*1 *1 *1

- Red -

Same as

- Red supply only

Red

Open 0V Open

0V

POWALM+,

POWALM- status

Shorted

(Electrical connection)

○: Normal, ×: Error, -: Off

*1: Depends on REF IN signal status

0V

Shorted

(Electrical connection)

0V

Shorted

(Electrical connection)

9

2-7-3. Connection Circuit Example

Example of ALARM1/ALARM2 (Open-Collector Output) Circuit

Output

ALARM1

ALARM2

+24V DC

UF-106A side

Power

R

50mA max

(Use internal +24VDC power supply or, external power supply of under +24VDC.)

(Determine the resistance value so that the current in the output pin will not exceed 50mA.)

COM

Example of POWALM (Alarm Out Contact Relay) Circuit

POWALM+

Close when error occurs or the power turned OFF.

Relay contact

POWALM-

UF-106A side

Rated voltage

24VDC

Rated current

0.5A

10

3. Installation

IMPORTANT

Be careful that the UFM module is not damaged by static electricity.

Be sure to use a body ground for preventing electrostatic damage by making the UF-106A casing and your body at the same electric potential.

3-1. UFM Module Installation

UFM modules can be installed in any empty slots. If possible, it is recomended to keep an empty slot between the modules to prevent internal overheating and to make the connection work on the rear panel easy.

IMPORTANT

A UFM module set consists of a front and rear module. Be sure to always install the front and rear modules in the same slot positions.

The front UFM module can be installed with the power on. However, the power must always be turned off when installing the rear UFM module.

Be sure to always install blank panels on the empty slots. This helps to prevent the intrusion of foreign objects and internal overheating.

11

3-1-1. Rear UFM Module Installation

(1) Turn OFF the power of the UF-106A.

(2) Removing the blank panel

A blank panel is installed on the slot where the rear UFM module will be installed on the

UF-106A rear panel. Remove the two screws on both sides of the blank panel, and then remove the blank panel. Keep the removed blank panel in a safe place.

Remove the blank panel

(3) Inserting the rear UFM module

Guide rails are provided for each slot. Put the board into the guide rail, and then insert slowly and carefully.

Guide rail

THRU 1 2 GENLOCK IN REMOTE

Guide rail

Guide rail

VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT

UFM-115TBC

Guide rail

(4) Securing the module

Use the two screws removed in step (1) to secure the board firmly in place on the right and left.

VIDEO IN

THRU 1

VIDEO OUT

2 GENLOCK IN REMOTE

UFM-115TBC

12

3-1-2. Front UFM Module Installation

(1) Removing module holders

Slot module holders are provided on the UF-106A front panel. Loosen the top screws and bottom screws securing the holders, and then take them off.

(2) Inserting the front UFM module

Board guide rails are provided for each slot. Put the board into the guide rail, and then insert slowly and carefully.

Guide rail

Guide rail

Guide rail

Guide rail

(3) Securing the module

Attach the slot module holders that were removed in step (1). Tighten the top screws and bottom screws to firmly secure the holder in place.

13

3-2. Redundant Power Supply (UF-106APS) Installation

The UF-106APS (redundant power supply) is a plug-in type unit. Remove the blank panel on the slot of the rear panel, then the power supply can be installed easily.

IMPORTANT

To prevent an electrical shock, be sure to either connect the ground terminal to a ground wire or unplug the AC power cable from the AC outlet before performing any work.

For possible emergencies, the redundant power supply can be installed with the power on. However, normally the UF-106A power should be turned OFF during installation.

3-2-1. Redundant Power Supply Rear Unit Installation

(1) Removing the blank panel

A blank panel is installed on the slot where the redundant power unit (module) will be installed on the UF-106A rear panel. Remove the four screws securing the top and bottom blank panels, and then take off both blank panels.

Keep the removed blank panels in a safe place.

Redundant power supply slot

REF GPI

RS-485

AC100 - 240V~50/60Hz IN

Standard power supply slot

(2) Installing the UF-106APS rear unit

Insert the UF-106APS rear unit slowly and carefully into the redundant power supply slot.

Tighten screws (bind, M3 x 10)

GP I

A C 100 - 240V ~ 50/60H z IN

R E F

G P I

R S -4 8 5

A C 100 - 240V ~ 50/60H z IN

(3) Securing the unit

Tighten the right screw and left screw to firmly secure the holder in place.

14

3-2-2. Redundant Power Supply Front Unit Installation

(1) Removing module holders

Slot rmodule holders are provided on the UF-106A front panel. Loosen the top screw and bottom screw securing the holder, and then take them off.

Keep the removed holders in a safe place.

POWER POW ER

ON

OFF

POWER REF

IN

FAN TEMP DC

POWER

ALARM

ON

POWER REF

IN

OFF

Standard power supply slot

FAN TEMP DC

POWER

ALARM

Redundant power supply slot

(2) Inserting the front UF-106APS unit

Insert the front UF-106APS unit into the redundant power supply slot slowly and carefully.

Tighten screws (bind, M3 x 6)

POWER

ON

OFF

POWER REF

IN

FAN TEMP DC

POWER

ALARM

POWER

ON

OFF

POWER REF

IN

FAN TEMP DC

POWER

ALARM

(3) Securing the front UF-106APS unit

Tighten the two screws on the front to secure the front UF-106APS unit.

IMPORTANT

Connect the power cable, and then turn on the power switch on the front of the power unit Turn ON the power switches for both the standard power supply and redundant power supply units. The system can not automatically switch to the redundant power supply at a power failure, unless both power supplies are turned ON.

15

3-3. Front Panel Installation

After completing the installation, return the front panel before operating the UF-106A in your system.

To install the front panel, grasp the two knob screw on the front panel face, attach the front panel on the device and tighten the screws.

GENLK IN

POWER

FAN TEMP DC POW

ALARM

POWER 1

GENLK IN

POWER

FAN TEMP

ALARM

DC POW

POWER 2

(OPTION)

UF-106A

UNIVERSAL FRAME

16

4. Specifications and Dimensions

4-1. Specifications

UF-106A

Installable modules

Power

Max. 6 modules (Max. 4 when using redundant UF-106APS)

100V-240VAC 50/60Hz

Consumption 160 VA (100 V AC supplied at maximum output current)

Maximum output current +24VDC 5.0A

Alarm Output 15-pin D-sub female (power supply error, fan error)

Lock screw: Inch type

Dimensions

Weight

Temperature

Humidity

UF-106APS

Power

Consumption

482(W) x 44(H) x 365(D)mm

Approx. 6.2 kg (including one power unit)

10

30

°C-40°C

%

-85

%

(no condensation)

AC100V-240VAC 50/60Hz

160 VA (100 V AC supplied at maximum output current)

Maximum output current +24VDC 5.0A

Alarm Output 15-pin D-sub female (power supply error, fan error)

Dimensions

Weight

Temperature

Humidity

Lock screw: Inch type

Front unit 111.5(W) x 40(H) x 294(D)mm

Rear unit 108.7(W) x 41(H) x 72.2(D)mm

Approx.1.2kg

10

°C-40°C

30

%

-85

%

(no condensation)

17

4-2. External Dimensions

4-2-1. UF-106A

8.5

TE MO RE

GP K OC NL GE

POWER

GENLK IN FAN TEMP

ALARM

D C POW

POW ER 1

POWER

GENLK IN FAN TEMP

ALARM

D C POW

POW ER 2

(OPTION)

442.2

482

465

(All dimensions in mm)

8.5

18

4-2-2. UF-106APS

Rear unit

Front unit

1 2 3

111.5

ER POW

C

M

PD

AR A L

TEM FAN

IN

REF POWER

ON

OFF

ER POW

1 2 3

GPI

AC100 - 240V ~50/60Hz IN

108.7

(All dimensions in mm)

19

Warning

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a

Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of 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 instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

09/29/2009

Printed in Japan

FOR-A COMPANY LIMITED

Head Office

Overseas Division

: 3-8-1 Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0013, Japan

Phone: +81 (0)3-3446-3936, Fax: +81 (0)3-3446-1470

Japan Branch Offices : Osaka/Okinawa/Fukuoka/Hiroshima/Nagoya/Sendai/Sapporo

R&D/Production : Sakura Center/Sapporo Center

FOR-A America Corporate Office

11125 Knott Ave., Suite #A, Cypress, CA 90630, USA

Phone: +1 714-894-3311 Fax: +1 714-894-5399

FOR-A America East Coast Office

Two Executive Drive, Suite 670, Fort Lee Executive Park, Fort Lee NJ 07024, USA

Phone: +1 (201) 944-1120 Fax : +1 (201) 944-1132

FOR-A America Distribution & Service Center

2400 N.E. Waldo Road, Gainesville, FL 32609, USA

Phone: +1 352-371-1505 Fax: +1 352-378-5320

FOR-A Corporation of Canada

346A Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario M5V 2A2, Canada

Phone: +1 416-977-0343 Fax: +1 416-977-0657

FOR-A Latin America & the Caribbean

5200 Blue lagoon Drive,

Suite 760, Miami, FL 33126, USA

Phone: +1-305-931-1700 Fax: +1-305-264-7890

FOR-A UK Limited

UNIT C71, Barwell Business Park, Leatherhead Road, Chessington Surrey, KT9 2NY, UK

Phone: +44 (0)20-8391-7979 Fax: +44 (0)20-8391-7978

FOR-A Italia S.r.l.

Viale Europa 50 20093, Cologno Monzese (MI), Milan, Italy

Phone: +39 02-254-3635/6 Fax: +39 02-254-0477

FOR-A Corporation of Korea

801 Dangsan Bld., 53-1 Dangsan-Dong, Youngdeungpo-Gu, Seoul 150-800, Korea

Phone: +82 (0)2-2637-0761 Fax: +82 (0)2-2637-0760

FOR-A China Limited

708B Huateng Building, No. 302, 3 District, Jinsong, Chaoyang, Beijing 100021, China

Phone: +86 (0)10-8721-6023 Fax: +86 (0)10-8721-6033

*The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice.

Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project