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BURY Crystal Operating instructions
Crystal
Index
Introductory information
1. General
2. Security guidelines
Installation of the hands-free car kit
3. Scope of supply
4. Positioning and mounting
5. Connections on the electronics box
6. Installation of the loudspeaker switch box AC 5120
7. Installation instructions for the fuses
Operating guidelines
8. Using the hands-free car kit for the first time
9. Handling possibilities
10. Voice control
11. Handling via touch screen
12. Establishing a Bluetooth® connection
13. Menu navigation
14. Accepting, making, ending calls
Further Information
15. Service
16. Approvals and declaration of conformity
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Introductory information
1. General
Dear customer,
Congratulation on purchasing a BURY hands-free car kit. You have chosen a high quality product that is extremely easy to use. All aspects of
BURY production through to sales and service are subject to strict quality management according to DIN EN ISO 9001. All BURY hands-free
car kits meet CE and e1 security standards. Furthermore, we provide a
two-year warranty on all components.
Please read the operating manual carefully so that you can fully enjoy
your BURY hands-free car kit. If you have any further questions concerning installation or operation of your car kit, please contact your dealer.
He will be happy to give you reliable advice. You can also contact our
hotline. Our phone and fax numbers are listed in the chapter Service at
the end of the operating instructions.
Have a good trip!
2. Security guidelines
Installation - who should do it
We recommend to let a specialised workshop perform the installation.
Only professionals will observe the installation requirements of the automotive manufacturer (VAS 1978) correctly.
Power supply
This system has been designed for the use in vehicles with an on-board
supply system of 12 volts (passenger car). If you intend to install the
device in a vehicle with an on-board supply system of 24 volts (lorry),
please use a voltage converter. If you have queries regarding this subject, please contact our hotline.
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Position, volume
Install the components of the device in the vehicle so that your field of
vision is not impaired and the components are not mounted in the impact zone of the passenger compartment or in the airbag inflation
zones. The removal of coverings (with and without airbags) or components of the dashboard requires – in some cases – special tools and
special knowledge.
Intended use
We shall not be liable for damages or malfunctions due to improper use
of the hands-free system. Therefore, do not expose the device to moisture, extreme temperatures or shocks and carefully follow the procedure described in the installation and operating guidelines.
Use while driving
Operate the system only when the situation allows it and when you do
not endanger, harm, constrain, or annoy other road users. The volume
of the device has to be set in a way that exterior noise is still audible.
Faults
Do not commission the device if you detect or assume a defect. In this
case, contact a Bury specialised dealer or our hotline. Improper repair
efforts can be dangerous for you. Therefore, only skilled personnel may
perform inspections.
Important:
XXThe driver is ultimately responsible for the safe operation
and control of their vehicle at all times. You should never
use a hand held phone, including sending or reading text or
picture messages, while driving.
XXResearch indicates that there is a risk to safety when the
driver of a motor vehicle is distracted and using a mobile
phone while driving can be a distriction.
XXThe manufacturer strongly recommends that you use a
hands-free solution when driving.
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Installation of the hands-free car kit
3. Scope of supply
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The hands-free car kit (HFCK) is supplied with different combinations of
components, depending on the sales regions (countries). The operating
manual refers to all versions.
Description of the components:
1) Electronics box
2) Monitor, holder and installation pad
3) Fixing screws for electronics box, rider,
adhesive pad, cleaning cloth
4) Microphone
5) Printed short user guide
6) Power supply cable with fuses
7) External loudspeaker switch box AC 5120
8) External loudspeaker
9) Loudspeaker connection cable
Version 1:
- Electronics box without integrated loudspeaker switch box
- With external loudspeaker switch box AC 5120
Version 2:
- Electronics box without integrated loudspeaker switch box
- with power supply cable
- with external loudspeaker
Version 3:
- Electronics box without integrated loudspeaker switch box
- with power supply cable
- with loudspeaker connection cable
Note:
XXIf certain components are added or omitted you will receive the corresponding information on a separate enclosure.
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Installation of the hands-free car kit
4. Positioning and mounting
Step 1:
First of all, please choose the most convenient position for the monitor
and the installation pad in your vehicle by attaching the monitor / hookand-loop fastener to the pad and checking different positions in the
vehicle.
After having found a suitable position for the monitor in the vehicle you
can mount / attach the installation pad / hook-and-loop fastener accordingly. Please use a cleaning cloth for degreasing the surfaces you want
to attach the installation pad to.
The end of the cable with the small Molex plug is ideally suited for placing through small openings in the dashboard area. This facilitates a
practically invisible installation of the cable. Take the length of the cable
into account and make sure that it is of sufficient length to reach the
intended location of the electronics box.
Important:
XXWhen positioning the monitor please take care that the
monitor does not impair the view onto the road, that it will
not be installed in the impact zone of the passenger compartment (amongst others in the airbag inflation zones) and
that cables may be laid without any problems.
XXThe installation pad / hook-and-loop fastener can be affixed just once, removing could damage the adhesive area.
In case of high variations in temperatures - depending on
the structure and the features - decolourisations of the surfaces can occur during the subsequent utilization.
XXPlease avoid direct sunlight on the monitor or high internal temperatures, which can be rapidly reached in parked
vehicles. In such cases, remove the monitor of the handsfree car kit from the cradle and put it in the car glove pocket
or glove box for instance.
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Example of installation:
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Installation of the hands-free car kit
Step 2:
Depending on the vehicle type and its equipment (e.g. airbags), it is
reasonable to install the microphone either at the A-pillar, at the sun
shield or at the roof interior. For details about the equipment features
please refer to the vehicle documents.
Step 3:
Remove or loosen up cladding and covers to be able to install all of the
cables in the vehicle as comfortably as possible. Please lay the cables
in a way that they do not lie/hang unsecured in the vehicle and that
they may not influence the conducting of the vehicle. When laying a
cable, please take care that it is not under traction stress but that it has
some tolerance. Avoid crushing the cable as damages of the insulation
can be caused by friction/rubbing.
Step 4:
Install the electronics box at a convenient place in the vehicle. This can
e.g. be behind the radio, in the glove box, or in the centre console.
Please mind that you can access the connections of the box without
difficulty. It is possible that you will have to connect the components
before attaching the electronics box, if it isn’t possible to do this afterwards due to a lack of space. A description of the connections is provided in the next section.
Before connecting the components to the electronics box you should
branch off the battery for safety reasons. In doing so, take into account
that there might be a radio coding (confer radio manual).
Important:
XXPlease install the electronics box behind a cover or somewhere you can only reach by opening or unfastening a
protective cover / a cover. The terminal box must not hang
loosely in the vehicle.
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5. Connections on the electronics box
With the combinations of the product versions, different electronic boxes can be used. These differ in terms of the arrangement and number
of the connections and in terms of their dimensions. Box 1 is eventually going to be completely replaced by Box 2.
The additional components of the hands-free car kit are connected to
the electronics box. The following connections are provided:
Box 1
1
2
1
3 4
5
6
7
Box 2
7
8
4
5
2
6
3
Connection options:
1 Power supply
2 Aux Out
3 Port for additional Accessory
4 External loudspeaker
5 Mikrophone
6 Monitor
7 basePlate System 9 adapted for Crystal (CC 9060 box)
8 Internal loudspeaker switch box
(with or without an internal switch box, depending on version)
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Installation of the hands-free car kit
1 - Power supply
Version 1:
Refer to the separate chapter: Installation of the audio switch box
AC 5120
Note:
XXIf the DIN ISO plug of the AC 5120 does not fit in your
vehicle, numerous adapters are available from dealers.
Version 2 and 3:
The power supply of the hands-free car kit is established via a 4-core
cable (no. 6). Connect the black (clamp 31 – minus), the red (clamp 30
– steady plus) and the blue cable (clamp 15 – ignition plus) to the power
supply of your radio (where required via the cigarette lighter or the fuse
box). After connection to the counterpart, the yellow cable provides for
radio muting during a phone conversation. Please connect the white
Molex connector with connection 1.
Attention:
XXIf you also connect the blue cable to clamp 30, the handsfree car kit will be permanently supplied with power. If the
vehicle is not running for a longer period, this could lead to
a discharge of the car battery.
2 - AUX-Out connection
Stereo music is output at connection 2. Here you can connect the AUXIn input of your radio (if existent) via adapters available at local retailers. For the connection to the hands-free car kit, the adapter must
have a 3.5 mm stereo jack. Depending on the car radio, the other end
must be selected otherwise. If your radio does not have an AUX-In, you
can use the car CD/MP3 adapter from the BURY accessories programme
to enable the reproduction of music via your radio.
3 - Connection for additional accessories
At this connection you can, for instance, connect a special 3 key remote control from the BURY accessories. Please ask one of our specialist
retailers or contact our hotline for further information.
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4 - Voice output of the hands-free car kit
Version 1:
Refer to separate chapter: Installation of the audio switch box
AC 5120
Version 2:
Connect the external loudspeaker here if you do not want to or are not
able to make use of the vehicle’s own sound system. When installing
the loudspeaker, make sure it is positioned the correct distance from
the microphone.
Version 3:
With version 3, this connection remains unused. Please refer to the
description for connection 8.
5 - Microphone input
This is where you plug in the microphone jack. After connection 3 has
already been occupied use the rider. This ensures that neither of the
jacks is able to loosen as a result of vibrations.
6 - Monitor jack
Please plug the 9 pole plug of the monitor connection cable into this
jack. Tighten at least one of the two fixing screws hand-tight so that
this plug cannot become unplugged as a result of vibrations.
7 - Connection for System 9 basePlate compatible with the
Crystal (CC 9060 box)
This is where you connect the basePlate for the System 9. This basePlate is specially adapted for the electronics box of the HFCK. The
basePlate is supplied with power via the electronics box. You can charge your mobile phone here and also leave it here for safekeeping.
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8 - Internal loudspeaker switch box
The cable provided serves the purpose of transferring the voice output
to one of the loudspeakers in the car. In the best case scenario, this
speaker should be on the passenger side of the vehicle in order to provide sufficient distance from the microphone and to prevent possible
echoes from occurring. The jack plug (no. 4) remains unused during the
use of the internal loudspeaker switch box.
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6. Installation of the loudspeaker switch box AC 5120
With the AC 5120 speaker switch box, you get the possibility of being able to mute the feedback of your
car radio / CD player etc. and to transfer the voice output of your conversation partner during a telephone call to your vehicle’s speakers. This means that the installation of additional speakers isn‘t required. If your radio has a mute function, then the vehicle speakers are turned onto mute using the
radio. If your car radio doesn‘t have this function, then the signals will be suppressed by the speaker
switch box. You can use the AC 5120 through the connections that your BURY hands free car kit offers,
which guarantee voltage supply via molex plugs and also have a speaker output.
If you want to make a telephone call in the hands-free mode, your car radio will be automatically switched on to mute. The Audio switch box now uses one or two loudspeakers in your car for the telephone
conversation, even if your radio is switched off. This function will be automatically activated after the
installation of the unit, there are no subsequent manual settings required.
Some mobile phones do not support a radio mute function. Please read your telephone user manual
for more details. You can find out more detailed information at your specialist retailer, in the internet
under www.bury.com, or over our telephone hotline.
After checking that all the cable lengths are sufficient, decide where you are able to attach the Audio
switch box. Now secure the Audio switch box so that it isn’t able to flap about and/or rattle against
other parts of your vehicle.
Connect the white power out cable connector (1) of your Audio switch box to the power supply socket
of your hands-free kit. Now connect the audio switch box plug (4) to the hands-free car kit. (The other,
smaller box is used by the plug for the microphone.)
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Installation of the hands-free car kit
Now disconnect the (a) and/or the (b) loudspeaker connector from the speaker socket on the
radio at the back. Connect this connector with the suitable socket (3) on the AC 5120. Now connect the plug (4) with the radio.
Depending on the switcher position (5), the voice of your conversation partner will be fed back
through either the front right speaker, the front left speaker, or through both of the front loudspeakers. The ‘OFF’ position is to be selected if you connect the switch box to the radio using
the ‘Phone-IN’ cable (6).
The two ‘Phone-In’ cables are marked accordingly and must be plugged into the appropriate
connections on the radio (blue, green or yellow). In this regard, please refer to the instructions
concerning the connection configuration of your car radio in your car radio handbook. In lots of
radios, the volume level (feedback of your conversation partner) can be controlled via the phone
input and the selection of the loudspeaker.
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Different connections of the ISO plug on the radio
The layout of the pins on the ISO plug used in a car depends on the type of car. Before using the switch
box, you should make sure that the connections are correct in order to prevent possible damage to the
device.
Configuration I
If the assignment of pin 7 of the ISO plug is connected to the DC Power Supply, and pin 4 is connected
to the ignition, you should check if the connection looks like the connection presented on the drawing
below.
Switchbox
red
7 (red)
blue
4 (blue)
Vehicle
Configuration II
If the assignment of pin 7 of the ISO plug is connected to the ignition, and pin 4 is connected to the
DC power supply, the connection of the cables should look like the connection presented on the drawing below.
Switchbox
Switchbox
red
7 (red)
blue
4 (blue)
red
7 (red)
blue
4 (blue)
Vehicle
Vehicle
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In the operating manual of the radio device, you can find the pin assignment for the “mute” signal. This
signal can occur on one of three cables marked with “mute1”, “mute2”, or “mute3”.
mute 1
radio device
mute 2
mute (yellow)
Switch box
mute 3
Connect the yellow “mute” cable to the switch box using the correct cable from the car radio: “mute
1”, “mute 2” or “mute3”.
Attention:
XXThe positive wires and ignition wires are protected in the casing of the switch box with
3A fuses. For this reason a separate fuse, as shown in the next chapter, is not necessary.
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7. Installation instructions for the fuses
If you install the hands-free kit without the AC 5120 switch box then the power supply must be secured
with a fuse in the way described below.
Please cut through the red, the black and the blue cable by means of a wire cutter or scissors. Now
insert the two endings of the red cable resulting from the cut into one of the binders, then close it. If
you hear two clicking noises, the clamp snapped in properly. Now insert one of the fuses and then
repeat the procedure with the other cables.
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Operating guidelines
8. Using the hands-free car kit for the first time
After power supply of the hands free car kit (HFCK) is sucessful connected, the HFCK is activated when you have started the vehicle.
Startscreen without paired
telephone
After this, you have to select the menu language if several are available
for you to select. Regional differences may occur in this context. If the
HFCK is only equipped with one language then this should load automatically.
You can select other languages using the arrows on the left or the right.
Once you have found the menu language that you want, you select it
by highlighting the text in the touchscreen.
You can change the menu language again by selecting the More touchscreen field, then selecting the Settings in the Head menu, and then
changing the Language in the Device menu item.
9. Handling possibilities
The system can be operated in two ways:
1. Operation using voice control
Voice dial
commands
The „VOICE COMMANDS“ are highlighted in the further explanatory notes.
2. Handling via the touch screen
touch screen
10. Voice control
The menu items of the HFCK can be selected using voice commands
once this function has been activated. There are exceptions, however,
when you still have to use the touchscreen. During an active telephone
call, for instance, you can’t use voice commands. You have to select any
additional functions using the touchscreen.
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To start the voice control feature, briefly press the head symbol down on the main menu. If the
Magic Word function is activated, you can also start the voice control by stating the
„ACTIVATE VOICE DIAL“ command. In certain situations, however, with an incoming call and activated voice recognition for instance, the HFCK will start the voice control system automatically. The
HFCK signals that it is ready to receive a command by emitting an acoustic signal.
If
you
aren’t
sure
of
the
right
command
to
use,
then
simply
state
„HELP / WHAT CAN I SAY“. The HFCK will then read out the commands available for the particular
menu in which you currently find yourself. If the HFCK fails to understand one of your commands, or
the particular option isn’t available, the help function will start automatically and list the possible commands.
Please remember that certain commands are only available if a telephone is connected with the HFCK.
When entering voice commands, please ensure you speak naturally, clearly and at a regular speed.
Note:
XXWith the use of the voice control it is recommended to turn down the volume of components which are independent of the audio system (e.g. a navigation system) or to switch
off the broadcast of traffic jam warnings in order to avoid unintended voice entries.
In addition to these commands, the HFCK recognises the numbers from zero to nine. Numbers which
are larger than nine must be spoken individually (e.g. 10 = one, zero). To search in the phone book,
the HFCK recognises the letters „A“ to „Z“ as well as the NATO alphabet. For the entry of telephone
numbers abroad, the command „PLUS“ is also available.
When using voice control, in all menus these four commands are always available:
Cancel
Head menu
breaks off the
current action
back to head menu
Back
one step back
Help
names all commands which are
available
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11. Handling via touch screen
The display is divided up into several zones. In almost all of the menus you can find symbols on the
left and the right with which you are able to initialise functions directly or browse through in the menu.
In the centre of the display you nearly always find two lines of text with menu items which you can also
select by pressing them briefly. To scroll up or down one menu level or to go back, please press the
upper entry for two seconds, or the blank line above.
Here are two examples:
Display of the product name
Activate voice control
Start / stop automatic connection
Select additional options from the main menu
Select the music menu
Scroll up
Scroll down
Open the text messages menu
Note:
XXPlease be sure to clean the display as necessary using a damp lint free cloth. Please do
not use any detergent.
12. Establishing a Bluetooth® connection
If you wish to establish a Bluetooth® connection between your mobile and the HFCK for the first time,
you have to activate the Bluetooth® function of your mobile phone and search for Bluetooth® devices.
In this case, search for a device labelled „CC 9060“. If several devices were identified, please select
the HFCK and enter the PIN number 1234. The Bluetooth® connection (pairing) will then be established between your mobile phone and the HFCK. It is possible that you will also have to click on ‘connect’
or ‘allow data transfer’ on your mobile phone if you want to be able to make a connection.
With a connection which has successfully been made, the name of the coupled mobile telephone and
of the provider (stays visible) will be shown and the data from the telephone book (SIM card) and the
address book (storage of the telephone) are transmitted to the HFCK. Depending on the amount of
stored data, this can take a few seconds. If the synchronisation of the phone book is interrupted, e.g.
though an incoming call, it is possible that all entries will not be transmitted. If this happens, the phone
book should once again be manually synchronised.
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Note:
XXThe telephone book on your mobile phone is generally synchronised by the hands-free
car kit at regular intervals. For the duration of this short moment, the voice control will
not be available to you and you will receive a corresponding message.
If it is not possible to establish a connection, please check and update the software release (firmware)
of your mobile phone or of the HFCK. You will find an overview dealing with this subject on the Internet
at www.bury.com.
Note:
XXIn the internet you can find an overview with a large number of mobile telephones
which have been tested with this hands-free car kit. Please note, however, the use of
firmware which deviates from the list and is installed on a listed mobile telephone can
lead to the fact that certain displays and functions are no longer possible or only possible
to a limited extent.
In addition it is possible that you must delete all devices connected to your mobile phone first in order
to enable a correct identification of the HFCK and the establishment of a connection. If you have queries regarding the menu navigation, functions and operation of your mobile phone, please refer to the
operating guidelines of your mobile phone. Depending on the manufacturer and type, this can differ
considerably between phones.
Note:
XXIf the rechargeable battery of the mobile phone is low, it is sometimes not possible to
establish a Bluetooth® connection.
The HFCK has a memory for the storage of the identification of up to 10 mobile phones. In case an
eleventh mobile phone is connected, the oldest entry in the HFCK memory will be cancelled.
If you wish to cancel a Bluetooth connection, you can either disconnect it conveniently at the HFCK or
at your mobile phone. In addition, the connection is disconnected, if you move too far away from the
vehicle while taking your mobile phone with you and thus leave the reception radius of the HFCK.
Please note that the capacity of your mobile phone‘s storage battery can quickly decrease when the
Bluetooth function is active. If you do not want to use the Bluetooth function anymore, e.g. if you
leave the vehicle for a longer period, it is recommended to deactivate this function.
Start screen subsequent to successful connection
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13. Menu navigation
Here you will find all menus which are necessary for the operation and
configuration of the system. These can be selected through the touch
screen or using voice control.
You are also able to select additional frequently used commands via
voice control which otherwise first appear later in the menu tree. These
are as follows:
„DIAL JOE BLOGGS“,
„READ NEW TEXT MESSAGE“ and
„READ NEW EMAILS“.
You can find explanations of these in the corresponding chapters. On
the touch screen, the menus can be controlled through a simple touching of the respective field. In the following the individual menu points
will be explained.
Dial Joe Bloggs
Dial Joe Bloggs
With this voice command (is not shown on the display) you can immediately call a contact from your telephone book with active voice control.
Note:
XXWhen doing so, it is important that the stated name exactly corresponds with the entry stored in the phonebook.
Please note that telephone book entries, which are only
shown in capital letters must be spelt out. Example: ADAC.
If the names have been reversed then the command changes to:
„DIAL BLOGGS JOE“.
Dial number
Dial number
It makes sense to divide telephone numbers in short number blocks of
3-4 digits and to say them this way. At each break, the HFCK repeats
the number block and waits for the next number block. After the signal
tone you can respectively continue your announcement.
Enter the area code (wait a moment so that the HFCK can repeat the
entry). Enter the first numbers of the actual telephone number (wait a
moment so that the HFCK can repeat the entry.) Enter the remaining
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numbers of the actual telephone number (wait a moment so that the
HFCK can repeat the entry). When you have entered the last number
block of the telephone number, you can check the complete telephone
number once again with the voice command „PLAYBACK“.
Here are some more commands:
Delete all
The complete entry will be deleted,
or the previous entry.
Delete last
The last digit is deleted.
Dial
Delete group
A telephone connection is being
established.
The last number block will be deleted.
To select this function on the touchscreen, please press down in the
centre of the display for a few seconds. A numeric field will then appear
in which you are able to select the numbers 0 to 9 and special symbols
like plus, star, hash or pause. By pressing C you are able to undo a
previous entry.
Numeric field in touch screen mode
Phonebook
Since your phonebook is scanned with the first coupling of your mobile
phone with the system, it is immediately available to you and is stored
until you delete the mobile phone from the phone list. The telephone
book data can of course only be seen or changed by you.
The entire list is read aloud to you. With „STOP“ you can stop the
process and select the respective entry. With „NEXT“ or „NEXT
PAGE“ and „PREVIOUS“ or „PREVIOUS PAGE“ you can navigate in
the list. With „DIAL“ the telephone connection will be made. You can
also jump directly to one of the entries shown by activating the entry
number. E.g.: „SELECT ENTRY THREE“
<Joe Bloggs> is a placeholder for an entry from your phonebook. If
you select a name, you go directly to the respective entry.
Note:
XXDepending on the type of mobile phone, it is possible that
the order of the first names and surnames may have swapped
around after the telephone book has been transferred.
Phonebook
Play list
Dial Joe Bloggs
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Fast search
Here you can search for entries through a letter field. Read out the first
letters of the first name and surname (depending on the sort sequence)
which you want to find.
If several names are available in your telephone book with the letter
you entered, then you can limit your search further and enter up to
three additional characters for the quick search. Via the display, you get
the information highlighting which additional letters the HFCK finds in
your telephone book.
Via the „SELECT“ command you can confirm your input. The display
then shows you the telephone book with the entry which best matches
your input. With the commands „DELETE LAST“ or „DELETE ALL“
either the last letter or all of the letters you entered are deleted.
If you would like to activate the function via the Touch screen, please
press down on the arrow downwards symbol for two seconds, which
also states the letters „ABC“.
Get details
Via the „GET DETAILS“ command, you will find all of the telephone
numbers that are listed under this contact. When using the Touchscreen, click on an entry.
Depending on the settings / contacts in the mobile telephone, you will
be shown by the HFCK either the SIM card contacts or the telephone
contacts or both.
Dial home
Dial mobile
Dial office
Dial general
If your contacts are stored in the telephone’s memory, then depending
on the type of mobile phone, you can allocate four or more telephone
numbers to a single contact. The terms are not standard and may have
different designations depending on the manufacturer of the mobile
phone, or can be set by you yourself*:
„HOME“,
„MOBILE“,
„WORK“,
„GENERAL“.
* This function depends on your mobile phone.
Dial sim
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Some mobile phones support these categories only partly, however, or
not at all. To nevertheless display the telephone numbers, unknown
entries are listed within your contacts using the <Number> category.
You get a maximum of just one number from the SIM card, however
(this is always designated with SIM), and four numbers from the telephone memory. If categories are only partly supported, the listing can
subsequently be mixed. Example:
Private
+44...
Mobile
+44...
Number 1
+44...
Number 2
+44...
SIM
+44...
If you say only „NUMBER“, all stored entries under this name will be
read aloud. This command is not active in the event of operation via the
touch screen.
Dial number 1
Number
In case you have stored more than one telephone number under a
name, you can also directly call through the category, e.g.
„DIAL JOE BLOGGS HOME“.
In addition you can allocate a phonebook entry with an own voice command (voice tag). This is recommended for names which are difficult to
pronounce. In these instances, the use of nicknames or abbreviations
is recommended.
Clearly speak the command into the microphone, the HFCK repeats this
and you can then make a call to the desired discussion partner from the
head menu with e.g. „CALL CUSTOMER ONE“.
Voicetag
Store
Delete
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In all the HFCK can store 150 voice commands. This voice command
(voice tag) is valid for all numbers which are allocated to this name. A
corresponding inquiry follows about which of these numbers you want
to call.
Note:
XXIn order to make voice recognition easier for the HFCK,
please do not use voice commands for your voice commands
(voice tags) which are also used by the HFCK.
Redial
Dialled calls
Received calls
Redial
The number which was last selected can be selected once again.
Call lists
Here in a chronologic sequence all calls are listed which have been
made, missed or accepted. You can have the telephone number read to
you and if you want call back. The navigation within the lists is carried
out analogue to that of the phonebook.
Missed calls
Music
Music
If your mobile telephone possesses the Bluetooth profile A2DP, you can
play music (e.g. MP3 files) in stereo quality via the HFCK. It is important
to play the music title selected respectively on the HFCK via the function ‚play via...‘. As the menu navigation of the manufacturers of mobile
telephones differs considerably, the designation of the selection
...Bluetooth-stereo-headset‘ may vary. If you establish this setting, the
music is played via the sound system connected to the HFCK.
If you receive a call, the playback of the music automatically pauses.
The music player fades out and you are able to see the screen with the
incoming call.
If you activate the music function via the touch screen, an interface
appears in the display with which you can change the volume level and
either play back, stop or skip music tracks.
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If you activate the music function via the touch screen, an interface appears in the display with which you can change the volume level and either play back, stop or skip music tracks.
The following functions are available for playing and are shown
on the display:
|
|
||

Back (title by title)
Skip (title by title)
Pause
Play
You can adjust the volume level using the plus or minus key. If you
press down and hold the line above the symbol then you will return to
the main menu.
Note:
XXNot all mobile phones support the transfer of the title
name.
Messages
Using this function, you are able to read out text messages or emails
which are saved in the mail box of your mobile phone via the HFCK. The
HFCK is able to take and save up to 100 SMS messages and 30 emails
from your phone’s memory and SIM card. If you receive additional SMS
or email messages, then these replace the oldest entries in the HFCK.
If it isn’t possible for all SMS or email messages to be imported then
you will received an information message.
You can access any SMS or email messages which have arrived subsequent to connecting the HFCK with your telephone in the menus
„NEW TEXT MESSAGES“ or „NEW EMAILS“.
Messages
All messages
New messages
All Emails
You can select these straight from the main menu with the commands
„READ NEW TEXT MESSAGE“ and „READ NEW EMAIL“ (these will
not be shown in the display).
New Emails
If you want you can call the sender back.
Dial sender
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Settings
Settings
Bluetooth
Phone list
Auto connect on
In this menu point, you can configure the HFCK through five further
submenus.
Bluetooth
In the Phone list, the telephones are listed which have already been
successfully connected with the HFCK via Bluetooth. The list is able to
hold a maximum of ten telephones. If an additional telephone is connected then the oldest entry is deleted.
Select a telephone from the list. Here, every telephone can be connected, disconnected, deleted or set as the standard. The standard
telephone will always be sought as the first telephone if the automatic
connection (Auto connect – one menu level higher) has been activated and it is always at the top of the list of telephones. In addition to
this, with an activated Multipoint function, this is always the primary
telephone. If the mobile phone also supports music play back via AD2P,
this Bluetooth profile can also be connected or disconnected in addition
to the hands-free mode. This means it is possible to play back music
from a telephone but to take phone calls via the HFCK at the same
time. With incoming calls or the activation of the voice control, the play
back of music is automatically interrupted.
Using the Number options menu item, you are able to select as to
whether the HFCK sends the details of your own number along during
an outgoing telephone call or not. Here, you have a choice of three
options: Phone setting, Show number and Hide number.
The telephone settings are set as standard. The display of your telephone number to your conversational partner depends on the settings
of the call number display and/or suppression in the mobile phone and
the storage of the telephone numbers (with the additions *31# to show
numbers or #31# to hide numbers). If you select one of the two other
entries in the HFCK the settings in your mobile phone will no longer be
taken into account. Your telephone number will then consistently either
be hidden or sent.
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In the DSP menu item you control the settings for every telephone individually as regards the processing of the audio signals. The HFCK has
an integrated digital signal processor (DSP). This serves the functions
of voice recognition and voice synthesis and is activated as standard.
Together with the suppression of background noise and echoes, the
DSP guarantees optimum conversational sound quality for most mobile
phones.
Note:
XXWe recommend that you keep this setting.
Disable DSP
Phone DSP
Device DSP
Echo suppression
If the conversational sound quality should fall, however, you can turn
off the suppression of background noise and echoes and leave the DSP
devices activated without this function running. Using the first selection
you can also completely deactivate the DSP. If this setting also leads to
no improvement, you can activate the DSP of the telephone.
With the „CLEAR LIST“ command it is possible to delete the full telephone list. You are able to assign an individual „PIN CODE“ for the
Bluetooth connection in the next menu item. Your own code must be at
least four figures long – with a maximum of eight being allowed.
The last menu item in the Bluetooth menu is the Multipoint function.
This function can only be activated via the voice control or the Touchscreen if at least two mobile phone signatures are included in the list of
telephones. Otherwise the commands „MULTIPOINT ON“ and
„MULTIPOINT OFF“ are not available and the selection field during
operation via the Touchscreen is inactive.
Using the Multipoint function, you can operate two mobile telephones
on the HFCK in hands-free mode at the same time. The primary mobile
phone takes priority, which means that only its telephone books, call
lists, voice memos, SMS and possible emails are loaded and ready in
the memory of the HFCK. This is similar to the situation as though only
one mobile phone were connected with the HFCK. If a call is received
on the secondary mobile phone, this call will also be handled via the
HFCK. The voice feedback informs you accordingly as to which mobile
is receiving the call (the first / second telephone).
Clear list
Pin code
Multipoint on
Multipoint off
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If a call is received by both mobile phones at the same time, preference
is given to the primary mobile phone. You will be displayed the incoming call on the other mobile after accepting or declining the first call.
You are then able to end the first call at short notice and to also decline
the second call, or to end the first call and to accept the second call
directly. Holding the first call isn’t possible, as the calls are not being
made on the same telephone number. The conference mode which is
described in the instructions below is not possible between the two
mobile phones.
If two or more mobile phone signatures are saved and the Multipoint
function is activated, then the mobile phones will be sought and connected in the order in which they are listed in the telephones list – position 1 and position 2. In addition to the first telephone that is connected, you will then also be shown the second telephone in the main
menu.
If a number of signatures from different mobile phones have been saved (from several different drivers) it may be the case that their order
does not suit your requirements. To be able to define both telephones
and their order for the multipoint function, you can set one mobile
phone as standard (as telephone 1) and another mobile phone as telephone 2. If you do not set the second telephone then the HFCK will
complete a full search of the telephones list twice over. If the HFCK
does not find a second active telephone (because the Bluetooth® function has not been activated, for instance), you must either connect the
second telephone manually via the telephone list, or deactivate the
multipoint function and then activate it again.
Switch phones
Voice dial
Activate voice dial
Via the „SWITCH PHONES“ command in the main menu, you are
able to swap the priorities of the mobile telephones.
Voice dial
In this submenu you can carry out the following settings:
Activation or deactivation of the magic word:
If you activate this function you can start the voice controlled operation
of the HFCK straight from the main menu with the pre-set voice command „ACTIVATE VOICE DIAL“. With this function, you are able to
leave both your hands on the wheel. To indicate that you are able to
activate the HFCK using the magic word, an exclamation mark appears
in the voice control symbol.
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Note:
XXIf you state this command during a conversation with a
passenger or this passage should be read out over the radio
for instance, it is possible that the voice control function will
be unintentionally activated.
Activating or deactivating the Advanced Help feature:
If you activate the advanced help, then in certain menus you receive
additional assistance during voice control operation about the commands which you are able to use. With other commands, the HFCK will
ask you if you really want to complete them.
Activating or deactivating the Audio feedback:
If you activate the audio feedback, during the touch screen operation
you receive voice support (e.g. the phonebook entries are read aloud to
you). Your selection is shown through an information field.
Advanced help on
Audio Feedback on
The HFCK works in general independent from the speaker, that means
it can immediately be operated without a ‚voice training‘. Then user
training is only needed if you speak a strong dialect. The HFCK reads
twenty terms aloud to you which you have to repeat so that the system
can ‚get used to‘ your voice.
Speaker
adaptation
Here you will receive short instructions about the essential functions of
the HFCK.
Description
Audio
In this area you have the possibility to change the audio settings of the
HFCK.
The HFCK is sold with four Ringtones from which you can respectively
select one. With „NEXT“ or „PREVIOUS“ you can navigate in the list.
With „ACCEPT“ the ring tone is selected. If you would like to use your
mobile phone’s ring tone, please select the first entry in the menu.
Please remember, however, that not every mobile phone can transfer
its ring tone to the HFCK.
Audio
Ringtones
Play
Select
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Volume
Speech
Rington
Mute delay
The volume level for the voice feedback and the selected ring tone can
be set in an additional sub menu.
Available as voice commands are „LOUDER“, „LESS“, „MAXIMUM“,
„MINIMUM“ and „ACCEPT“.
For some radios it may cause problems if the HFCK starts with voice
response immediately after the mute signal. Some radios need some
time for a corresponding activation and reaction to the mute signal.
This will be indicated to you through the fact that you don’t hear the
signal tone at the start of the voice control. To avoid this effect, you can
enter a maximum delay of up to three seconds in the „MUTE DELAY“
menu item. It is only after this time has elapsed that the HFCK begins
with the voice feedback.
Certain mobile telephones offer the possibility of being able to install
and operate a navigation solution. On many mobile phones, the suggested directions are only transferred via the Bluetooth A2DP profile. If
you have not connected a suitable cable to the LINE-OUT output of the
HFCK and to the radio however, you are not able to hear these instructions.
External audio on
With the External Audio menu item, it is possible to place these instructions on the PHONE-OUT output of the HFCK. This means that the
direction instructions are read out in monotone and the radio is also
muted. The HFCK takes priority with its functions, however, which means that if the voice control is active or in the event of an incoming call,
any direction instructions that are being issued at that time will be
muted.
Please note:
XXIf the function is activated it is not possible to listen to
music via A2DP via the LINE-OUT output.
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Display
This menu point makes it possible for you to adjust the display in a
range of different ways.
Display
In order to avoid the blinding effect especially when driving at night,
you can activate the Sleep mode. This causes the display to shut off
after either 15, 30 or 60 seconds. With an incoming call, the HFCK activates the display automatically.
Sleep mode
In the Illumination menu item you can change the intensity of the
light diodes in the display. As voice commands „MORE“, „LESS“,
„MINIMUM“ or „MAXIMUM“ are available. The confirmation follows
with „SELECT“.
Illumination
To be able to read the contents of the display optimally during different
light conditions, in the next menu item, Day/Night mode, you are
able to invert the display.
In the Colour theme menu item you can adapt the background colour
of the display to the colour schemes of the display in your vehicle. Several different possibilities are available. Simply say the colour of the
theme and confirm your selection with „ACCEPT“.
This product was produced in compliance with the strictest quality criteria. Still in the course of time it can occur that the calibration of the
display changes (e.g. if touch screen commands are no longer carried
out correctly). Then you have the possibility of newly calibrating the
display. If you select the Calibrate menu, then you will firstly be asked
a security question, and a cross will then appear on the display which
you should touch. Please repeat this procedure 4x, then the HFCK is
newly calibrated and jumps back to the head menu. Please only carry
out this process when the vehicle is standing still.
Day/Night mode
Night mode
Colour theme
Calibration
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Device
Device
Call answering
Language
In the Call answering menu item, you can make the settings concerning the answering of calls, the menu languages, the telephone book
options, for the system itself, and for the willingness to answer calls.
With the call answering function you can specify as to whether you
want to answer an incoming call manually via the touchscreen, by voice
command, or automatically. If you select automatic call answering, the
call will be answered automatically after two rings. You can then decide
whether to accept or decline the call.
Depending on the sales regions (countries) the HFCK includes one or
several language packages. If several are available you can select the
suitable Language which you want.
Note:
XXDepending on the telephone, it may also be the case that
entries are sorted differently. For this reason, some start
with the first name and others with the surname. In such a
case, this function would not be any help. The maintenance
of the data in your telephone, possibly via a PC with the
corresponding communications software, can rectify this.
You have to set the language when you use the device for the first time
and after updating the firmware or loading factory settings.
Invert names
The Phone book options menu item can only be selected if a mobile
phone is connected with the HFCK. In this option, you are able to invert
the names of the entries in your telephone book in the HFCK. For example: Bloggs Joe becomes Joe Bloggs.
Note:
XXDepending on the telephone, it may also be the case that
entries are sorted differently. For this reason, some start
with the first name and others with the surname. In such a
case, this function would not be any help. The maintenance
of the data in your telephone, possibly via a PC with the
corresponding communications software, can rectify this.
Sync phone book
You can also import the telephone book manually here once more, if,
for example, you saved a new telephone number / contact in your mobile phone during a Bluetooth with the HFCK.
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Under the System heading, you receive information about the software and hardware installed in the HFCK under Version info. If a new
item of firmware should become available for the HFCK, then under the
menu item Software update and using the BURY Update Suite, you
are able to update the HFCK.
Note:
XXDo not interrupt the power supply of the HFCK during an
update.
XXWe recommend to let the firmware update be carried out by
a BURY specialised retailer.
If you have changed certain settings but the HFCK doesn’t work in the
way in which you wanted it to, then you can reset the HFCK to the
settings which were stored in it when you received it using the
Factory Setting function.
Using the on-call duty menu item, you are able to activate the HFCK’s
internal standby switch. When activated for the first time, this is set at
5 minutes. It can be changed to 10 or 15 minutes, however.
On-call duty is useful if you stay in your vehicle after reaching your
destination or switch the engine off when waiting at level crossing, for
instance. The hands-free car kit remains active for a set period of time,
and you can still conduct telephone conversations via the HFCK without
having to look for your mobile phone. In the event of no active phone
call, the HFCK will then switch off automatically after the set time has
elapsed.
System
Version Info
Software update
Factory setting
On-call duty
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Memo
Memo
If you want to make a note of something important either after or during a trip or maybe during a telephone call, it is often the case that you
don’t have anything to write with at hand or the traffic situation prevents you from doing so. With this function you are able to save information that is important to you without posing a risk to yourself or
others.
Private
Global
Store
Play
Delete
A voice memo can be saved directly from the main menu or during a
telephone call. Private and general voice memos are differentiated
between.
You can only record a private voice memo if you have connected a
mobile phone with the HFCK via Bluetooth in the hands-free mode. The
memos are mobile phone specific and can only be initialised or deleted
if the corresponding mobile phone is connected to the HFCK. This means that other drivers with other mobile phones aren’t able to play back
these memos, and are only able to record ones for themselves (and
their mobile phones).
It is possible to save up to 10 voice memos per mobile phone signature.
The column that moves from left to right during the recording indicates
the remaining recording time that is available. The current recording
time is also displayed in the same way. The maximum possible length
of the memos totals two minutes. If the recording time has run out, this
will be displayed accordingly. To be able to record additional memos,
you then have to delete the old ones.
In the list, the memos are numerated from 1 to 10 so you can initialise
them with the voice control feature using the command „NOTICE 1“
or simply „1“. Underneath this, you can see the recording time that this
memo takes up. Any memo that is made during a telephone call is always a private memo.
Note:
XXWhen recording telephone calls, please take the privacy
of your conversational partner into consideration and tell
them that you would like to record parts of the telephone
call.
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As soon as the mobile telephone is deleted from the list of telephones,
the private voice memos are also deleted.
Examples of private memos are addresses, telephone numbers or internet sites which you want to make a note of for later during your journey
or during telephone calls.
You can create a general voice memo without having a mobile telephone connected to the HFCK. This means that every driver is able to
record, listen to or delete a memo irrespective of whether they have a
phone or not. The maximum recording time totals two minutes. If the
memo is not listened to before the HFCK is switched off, then after it is
switched on, a message appears via a pop-up stating that a voice
memo which has not yet been listened to is available. If the Audio
Feedback is activated this message is also read out.
If a general voice memo is already available and you would like to record a different one, you will be asked whether you would like to overwrite the old memo.
General voice memos are especially suited to vehicles which have continually alternating drivers, e.g. delivery vehicles. This means that the
next driver can be instructed accordingly if someone forgot to refuel or
the vehicle has a flat tyre, preventing it from being driven.
Switch phones
This command is not displayed in the main menu and is only available
via the voice control as long as the Multipoint function has been activated. Further information about the Multipoint function is provided at
Settings -> Bluetooth elsewhere in the instructions.
With this voice command, the priority levels of the two telephones that
are connected are exchanged. Both mobile phones are disconnected
and then reconnected in the exchanged order. This may take a few
seconds, after which the voice control continues.
Switch phones
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Operating guidelines
14. Accepting, making, ending calls
You will be alerted of an incoming call via the voice output and the ring
tone. Your vehicle‘s sound system will switch onto mute. If the caller
sends their telephone number with the call, this will be shown in the
display unless the number is saved in your phone. If an entry for the
number is saved in your phone, then the name of the caller will be read
out. If the caller hides their number, this will be indicated in the display.
In the standard setting, you can only accept or decline an incoming call
via the touchscreen. If you would like to accept the call, simply press
down on the symbol on the left. If you don‘t want to accept the call,
please press the symbol on the right.
Incoming call
During the call, you have the possibility to regulate the volume of the
voice of your discussion partner through the minus(-) or plus(+)
field.
Active call
By pressing down in the centre of the display you reach a sub menu.
Here, you are able to select a Keypad, with which you are able to send
DTMF tones (e.g. to check on your mailbox).
The Private mode is an additional sub menu item. If you activate this,
the telephone call is transferred by the HFCK to your mobile phone and
it is no longer possible to hear the voice output of your conversational
partner over the car‘s loudspeakers.
Note:
XXPlease comply with the country-specific laws concerning
in-car telephone calls.
With the sub menu item Mute, the microphone in your vehicle is muted. You are then able to communicate with a passenger, for instance,
without the person who is calling you being able to hear you.
To end a telephone call, press down and hold on the centre of the display for a few seconds.
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If you receive another call during an active telephone call, this will be
indicated to you both acoustically and visually. If you press down briefly in the centre of the HFCK’s display, a sub menu will appear. You can
then switch over to the private mode, and you are able to accept or
decline a second call on your mobile phone, stop a conversation or initialise functions such as conference calling.
If a telephone conversation is active when you switch off your vehicle’s
engine, the hands-free car kit will remain running until the call has been
ended.
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Further Information
15. Service
In case of general or technical queries, suggestions and comments, please do not hesitate to contact
our team at any time:
Administration:
BURY Technologies Ltd.
Unit 2
Fulcrom 4
Solent Way
Whiteley
Fareham Hants PO 15 7FT
United Kingdom
Producer:
BURY Spółka z o.o.
ul. Wojska Polskiego 4
39-300 MIELEC
Poland
Hotline: +49(0)180 5 - 842 468*
Faxline: +49(0)180 5 - 842 329*
* 0.14 €/min. Deutsche Telekom AG landline,
calls made from mobile phones cost a maximum of 0.42 €/min.
E-Mail: hotline@bury.com
Warranty / Service desk:
The duration of the warranty for the components of this product totals two years subsequent to the
date of sale to the end customer. Any warranty claims you may have as an end customer are to be
asserted towards your contractual partner. If the corresponding contractual partner is not able to
rectify a corresponding fault, please exercise your rights of purchase. If subsequent to agreement with
your contractual partner the product is to be sent directly to the manufacturer, then please send it,
along with a detailed description of the fault in the German or English language and a copy of the proof
of purchase, directly to our service team:
BURY GmbH & Co. KG
Im Hause DPD Depot 103
Robinienweg
D-03222 Lübbenau
Germany
Information on the disposal of electrical goods in the EU
The crossed out wheelie bin symbol means that electrical and electronic products, batteries and accumulators must be disposed of separately in the European Union. Please do not dispose of any such
products in your normal household waste. As the owner of a product of this sort you are legally obliged
to dispose of it at your local dumping site or recycling centre, where you are able to leave your waste
electrical goods free of charge.
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16. Approvals and declaration of conformity
Purchase and production as well as service and sales at BURY are subject to tough quality and environmental management conditions according to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. The telematic unit has
the CE approval pursuant to the R&TTE 1999/5/EC regulation
e1
e1 type approval pursuant to the 72/245/EEC (2006/28/EC) regulation
‘Electro-magnetic compatibility in vehicles’
You can request a conformity declaration from the manufacturer of this product by post under the
manufacturer‘s address which is stated above, or by writing to the following email address:
ce_conformance@bury.com
Please provide your email request in either English or German.
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Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Compliance Statement - United States
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
1 This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2 the device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user‘s authority to operate the equipment.
FCC ID: QZ9-CC9060
Remark:
The CC9060 FCC Label mark is placed on to the electronics box.
Industrie Canada (IC) Compliance Statement
This device complies with RSS-210 of Industry Canada.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1 This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2 the device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation of the device.
Canadian ICES-003 (Interference-Causing Equipment Standard)
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
IC: 5927A-CC9060
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Stand 02/2010
25.1196.0-02-110210
Subject to change. Errors and ommissions excepted.
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