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DAY/NIGHT RIFLESCOPE SYSTEM
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DAY/NIGHT RIFLESCOPE SYSTEM
DAYTIME SNIPER SCOPE
Daytime eyepiece
Eyepiece Adjustment
Elevation Dust Cap
Interchangeable cam
Windage Dust Cap
Lens 80mm,
F1:1,4
Daytime
eyepiece
Magnification
adjustment
10 position
rheostat
Battery housing
Dust Cap
NIGHT VISION WEAPON SIGHT
IR Illuminator Digital Control
450 mw IR Illuminator
Night Vision Eyepiece
Night Vision eyepiece battery
Power switch
Night Vision
Eyepiece
Eyepiece
Adjustment
2-6x68 DNS
DAY/NIGHT RIFLESCOPE SYSTEM
The information in this manual furnished for information use only, is subject to change without notice, is not to be
construed as a commitment by ATN Corp.
ATN Corp. assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or inaccuracies that may appear in this book.
2007 ATN Corp. All right reserved.
©2005
FEATURES
412x80 DAYTIME
SNIPER SCOPE
26x68 DAYTIME
SNIPER SCOPE
NIGHT VISION
WEAPON SIGHT
• Illuminated reticle with 10
position rheostat
• 1000 -Yard Bullet drop
compensator with interchangeable cams
• 8 Interchangeable Cams
• 40 mm tube for amazing
light transmission
• 40 mm Steel rings
• 1000 Yard Range Finder
• 1/8 MOA at 100 Yards
• Proshield and Everlight
Lens coatings
• Sun shade
• Illuminated reticle with 10
position rheostat
• 50 0 -Yard Bullet dro p
compensator with interchangeable cams
• 6 Interchangeable Cams
• 42 mm tube for amazing
light transmission
• 42 mm Steel rings
• 500 Yard Range Finder
• 1/8 MOA at 100 Yards
• Proshield and Everlight
Lens coatings
• Sun shade
• Hight resolution Gen2 or
Gen2+ or Gen3+ Intensifier Tube
• Detachable 450 mW Infrared Illuminator with dedicated windage and elevation adjustment
• Detection Range: 200 300m
• Recognition Range: 150250m
• FOV: 6°-2°(4-12x80)
10°-3°(2-6x68)
• Diopter Adjustment: ± 5
• Power Supply: 3V lithium
• Battery Life: 30 hours
APPLICATION
ATN is proud to present our unique day/night riflescope systems. This unit starts as a
sensational daytime scopes. 80mm (!) objective and 40mm(!) tube combined with the
best, German quality multi-coated glass on the market make this sight the best light-gathering device for shooting in the world. An array of features that will dazzle any marksmen
includes parallax-free construction; 4 to 12 variable Power Zoom (2 to 6 for 2-6x68),
1000-Yard Bullet drop Compensator with interchangeable cams for eight calibers (500
yards and six calibers for 2-6x68) , 1000 Yard Range Finder (500 Yard for 2-6x68) and a
super sharp, illuminated reticle with 10 brightness settings.
Additional features include 1/8 MOA adjustment at 100 yards, 100% weather resistance
and Matte Black mil-spec finish with beryllium powder coating.
But wait it gets even better! With a simple twist of the eyepiece you can remove the
daytime riflescope eyepiece and replace it with a Night Vision eyepiece converting your
scope into a high quality, very accurate night vision weapon sight.
The Night Vision eyepiece utilizes a Gen.3+ Light Intensifier Tube (same as used in
Desert Storm and standard for Navy Seals). Also US 2nd Gen.+ and 2nd Gen. IIT are
available.
This ingenious setup allows the shooter to go from day to night in less then 30 seconds
without tools, without changes in eye relief and re-zeroing all around the clock. A separate, removable, most powerful in the industry (450mW) long-range Infrared Illuminator
is also included to provide the user with total darkness capability. Furthermore the US
government just granted ATN with a patent for the feature that prevents Tube from being
burnt out by the illuminated reticle.
OPERATIONAL INSTRUCTION
Mounting
ATN adjustable rings have rotatable inserts which allow for as much as 20 Minutes of
Angle, or approximately 20 inches at 100 yards, mounting adjustment without touching
the scopes internal windage and elevation mechanisms. This in turn allows the user to
maintain the scopes center of optical axis when performing the initial installation of a new
ATN rifle scope. This feature is extremely important in eliminating parallax and maintaining a centered reticle with application of these units, while offering greater overall zero
range selectivity.
Each ATN scope is furnished with a set of non-offset rings useable with any Weaver or
Picatinny style mount. These may also be reversed for more inter ring distance options
or the recoil lug on the underside of each ring can be reversed (turned 180 degrees) by
removing the two screws attaching it to the ring. Additionally, we offer an offset ring that
when coupled with either standard or extended bases, will allow proper mounting on most
any production or custom action. The rings provided with your scope have the correct
height to allow for the necessary bell clearance required.
INSTALLATION
The Select the appropriate bases
for your application. These can be
2 piece, one piece or rail. When
installing the bases be sure and
use Lock tite or an equivalent
thread locker on the mounting
screws. Most bases install with
6-48 screws and these should be
torqued to about 22 inch/lbs. Generally all receiver/base combinations have some degree of misalignment. However, this is not a problem with the ATN
rings as this is easily compensated for by the floating ring inserts, assuring a stress free
scope/mount/receiver combination, another important accuracy consideration.
Attach the rings to the bases and determine if you have the right distance center to
center.
The rings must not be closer than 1/8 inch to any place where the scope transitions from
the 30 mm main tube including the turret area. Closer than 1/8 inch may cause turret or
variable power adjustment binding. The available offset ring has 1 inch of distance form
the center of the ring and used with or without extension base(s), if necessary, should
easily cover all base mounting or eye relief problems. Tighten the ring securing side nuts
finger tight.
Figure 1
Figure 2
Figure 3
Remove the tops of both rings and
inserts and cradle the scope in their
lower halves. Install the top halves
and tighten each ring’s four screws
to finger tight (Figure 1). Do not over
tighten or you will be unable to rotate
the offset inserts. The use of a bore
sight or collimator at this stage is very
helpful setting the initial alignment
of scope and bore. This can also be
accomplished by placing a well-lit and defined bull’seye target with at least a 6-inch black, 100 yards from a
sand bagged and well supported rifle. Using the 100yard distance to target will give a convenient zero but
other distances can be used. It will, however, require
more adjustment during live fire to achieve a 100 yd.
zero. Sighting thru the bore with the action open center
the black bull’s-eye in your rifles bore. You would like
the black circle of the bull’s-eye centered in the scopes
field of view with the crosshair in the center of the bull.
If it is not, first use the side nuts that secure the rings to
the bases to adjust the scope to zero windage (Figure
2). Alternately loosening and tightening the side nuts
while checking the bores alignment will move the scope
crosshair accordingly:
Looking from behind the scope in normal shooting position.
Figure 4
Loosening the rear rings left side nut and then retightening the right side will move the crosshair to the left.
Reversing this procedure will move the crosshair to the
right.
Adjustment using the front rings screws will result in the
opposite.
Loosening the front rings left side nut and tightening the
right will move the crosshair to the right.
Next check the elevation for zero. If the crosshair is not
centered adjust it by rotating the a centric inserts via the
following method:
Use the slot milled into the top half of each ring to
access the holes drilled thru the insert(Figure 3). Move
the inserts radially to achieve the above described scope picture by inserting a round rod
into the holes drilled in the insert (Figure 4). The shank (blunt end) of a 9/64 drill works
perfectly. When the reticle is centered, tighten the ring screws exerting torque on the
short end of the supplied allen wrench. It is not necessary to use the leverage of the long
arm to tighten the screws any more than an additional 1/8 turn.
Sight in your rifle
Chances are your rifle will not shoot to your bore sighted zero or to the zero you desire.
This is primarily due to the rifles recoil impulse prior to the bullets departing the barrel.
Recoil for RH twist barrels tends to carry the shot up and to the left. If you are more than 1
inch in any direction from the center of the bull or from your desired zero, adjust the scope
using the rings insert mechanism or the rings side nuts as described above. It is always
best to loosen the top halves of the ring just enough to allow free rotation or pivoting of
the inserts so that stress is not introduced by any changes. Once you have zeroed your,
windage retighten the side nuts and proceed to fine-tune the elevation. Both rings have
10 MOA adjustment via the insert. You will note that each insert has a thick and a thin
side that allow a centric orientation of the scopes body in the rings. The scope’s elevation
may be adjusted as follows:
Placement of the thick side at 6 O’clock in the rear ring will result in raising the crosshair
10 inches at 100 yards. Conversely placing the thick side at 12 O’clock will lower it 10
inches. Again similar adjustments of the front ring’s insert will have an opposite effect;
the thick side at 6 O’clock will lower the impact 10 inches at 100 yards. Therefore, placement of the thick side of the rear ring at 6 O’clock and the front’s at 12 O’clock will raise
the impact a maximum of 20 inches at 100 yards. Any combination from 0 to 20 MOA is
possible depending on the orientation of the inserts in tandem.
NOTE: Any orientation of the inserts such that the thick sides of the inserts are not vertical, i.e., not at 12 or 6 O’clock, will result in a windage change in addition to elevation. In
this case, once elevation has been achieved a final windage adjustment must be carried
out using the side nuts as described above.
Once your basic zero is set you can now use the scopes internal adjustments to fine tune
impact to any shooting condition with the confidence that your optics are free of accuracy
robbing parallax and stress.
Focusing
While holding the scope about four inches from your eye, quickly glance through the eyepiece at a featureless, flatly lit bright area such as a wall or the sky.
CAUTION: Viewing the sun can cause serious eye injury,
never look at the sun with this product or even the naked
eye.
If the reticle is not visible sharply turn the eyepiece (either
direction) a few turns. Quickly glance through the scope
again. If the focus has improved, but is still not perfect, continue focusing. If the focus condition became worse, turn it
the opposite way.
±5 Diopter
Pre-zeroing
Pre-zeroing is recommended and can be done with a scope guide or bore sight. These
items have their own instructions.
CAUTION: Be sure gun is not loaded. Use safe gun handling procedures all the time.
Zeroing
CAUTION: All shooting should be done at an approved range or other safe area. Eye and
ear protection is recommended.
DANGER
If you are using a bore-obstructing device, remove it before proceeding. If the barrel hasbeen drilled for a mount, check that the screws do not protrude into the bore. Do not fire
live or even blank ammunition with an obstructed barrel. An obstruction can cause serious damage to the gun and possible personal injury to yourself and others nearby.
From a steady rest position, fire three rounds at a 100 yard target for 2-6x68 and 200
yard target for 4-12x80. Observe bullet strike on target and adjust windage and elevation
screws as needed to correct aim. You will need to remove the dust caps from the top of
the windage and elevation adjustments to do this.
NOTE: Each click of adjustment changes bullet strike by the amount shown on the chart
below.
Windage / elevation
(inches of movement per click)
When you have finished zeroing, replace windage and elevation
dust caps.
50 Yards-1/16”
100 Yards-1/8”
200 Yards-1/4”
300 Yards-3/8”
Electronic Reticle
Your scope has an Electronic reticle with 10 brightness positions. The rheostat is the knob located at the back of the scope.
It is labelled with OFF and numbers 0-9. When the rheostat is
set at 0 you will see a black etched reticle. The reticle will light
up red electronically as you rotate the rheostat through the
numbers, 9 being the brightest.
10 position
rheostat for reticle
brightness ajustment
ATn Rangefinder Reticle
The rangefinder reticle in your riflescope was designed to
assist you in determining the range of your target. These distances are based on a 6’ target, if a 6’ target fits between the
numbered baseline (the five short horizontal lines) and the post
of the reticle above the baseline determines your distance. If
a 6’ target fits between the horizontal post of the reticle and 2
the target is 200 yards away. If the same target fits between
the 4 and the horizontal post of the reticcle the target is 400
yards away. The same is with the 6 and 10. The target would
be either 600, 800 or 1000 yards away.
If a 6’ target
fits between
these two
lines then the
target is 200
yards away.
If a 6’ target
fits between
these two
lines then the
target is 400
yards away.
MILDOT RETICLE
Mil dot reticle is a reliable mean for determining distances to targets, introducing leads for
moving targets, and for alternate aiming points for windage and elevation holds.
Look through the scope, and bracket the object between dots. The space between dot
centers subtends one milliradian(mil). One mil. subtends 3.6 inches at 100 yards or 36
inches at 1,000 yards. To use this system effectively you must know the size of the target.
By measuring the height or width of a known (or approximately known target size) in milradians using the reticles, the target distance can be calculated as follows.
R = range in meters, H = target size in meters, M = mil-radians of the image size:
R = 1000 * H / M
Military shooters are trained to know that the
common male torso is 39 inches from crotch
to top of head. This is very close to exactly
one meter. This formula then becomes
R = 1000 / M for a one meter target size.
All of the following formula are equivalent to
the one above for estimating range.
R = range in meters, H = target size in inches,
M = mil-radians of the image:
R = 25.4 * H / M
R = range in yards, H = target size in inches,
M = mil-radians of the image:
.1 mil
.2 mil
1/ 4 mil
1/ 2 mil
3 / 4 mil
1 mil
R = 27.78 * H / M
R = range in yards, H = target size in feet,
M = mil-radians of the image:
R=333.3 * H / M
Bullet drop compensator
The 4-12x also comes standard with a 1000 yard bullet drop compensator for the .50BMG
round. The 2-6x also comes standard with a 500 yard bullet drop compensator for the
.223 round. You should have zeroed your scope at 100 yards target for 2-6x68 and a 200
yard target for 4-12x80. When shooting at longer ranges the bullet drop compensator can
be adjusted for 200, 300, 400, and 500 yards. Pending on the distance click the bullet
drop compensator to the appropriate setting. This will automatically adjust your reticle for
that particular distance. Your 4-12x also comes with other cams allowing you to change
your bullet drop compensator to work with the following categories: .308, 30-. 06, .270,
7 mm Mag, .300 Win Mag. 22-250, .243, .223. The 2-6x68 has the rounds for .223, .308,
30-.06, .270, 7mm MAG, .300 Win Mag.
200 yards
compensation
500 yards
copmensation
200 yards
1000 yards
copmensation
500 yards
1000 yards
Changing the Bullet Drop Compensator
Set the bullet drop compensator to the 100-yards (2-6x68)
or 200 yards (4-12x80) range. Then remove the elevation dust cover. Next you will find three small set screws
on the bullet drop compensator right above the yardage
numbers. Remove these screws and lift the cam off of the
scope. Once you have done this select the desired caliber
cam you would like to use and place this cam where you
removed the previous one (make sure that a replacement
cam is set to the 100-yard range for 2-6x68 and 200 yards for 4-12x80). Then tighten the
cam by putting the three set screws back. Finally place the dust back.
Maintaining your riflescope
Your riflescope is waterproof and shockproof. However, you should never try to take apart
or clean it internally (it will void your warranty). If your scope ever does need any repair
or adjustment, it should be returned to ATN’s service department. The exposed optical
surfaces will perform their best if they are wiped clean from time to time with a lens cloth
or with optical quality lens paper like those for eyeglasses or camera lenses. Maintain
the metal surfaces of your rifle scope by removing any dirt or sand with a soft brush so as
to avoid scratching the finish. Wipe down the scope with a damp cloth and follow with a
dry cloth. Finally, going over the tube with a silicone treated cloth will restore luster and
protect the scope against corrosion. Be careful not to touch the lenses with the silicone
cloth.
The Night Vision Eyepiece
The Night Vision eyepiece utilizes a US 2nd (+) or 3rd Gen. +
Light Intensifying Tube. A separate, removable, most powerful
in the indastry (450mW), long-range Infrared Illuminator is also
included to provide the user with total darkness capability.
Furthermore the U.S. government just granted ATM with a
patent for the feature that prevents Tube from being bernt out by
the illuminated reticle.
Replacing Day-Vision Eyepiece with Night-Vision One
Release the detent along arrow “Open”
on the sight body, turn it counter clockwise and take it out.
In order to install the night-vision sight
align the bayonet groove in the eyepiece body with the pin (or finger) on
the interior surface of the sight body
(its location is marked with a dot on the
body), insert the eyepiece as far as it will go then turn it clockwise. Make sure that the
detent has operated and the eyepiece won’t rotate or get out. Replace the night-vision
with the day-vision one in a similar way.
the IR Illuminator
Infra-red (IR) Illuminators are common for
IR Brightness
Battery
night vision technology. The IR light enhances
Adjustment
Housing
greatly the performance of your day/night
IR Elevation
system (in night mode), while remaining
almost invisible to a naked eye. In a dark enviBattery
ronment, power up the day/night system (in
Cap
night mode) and observe a scene with the IR
off. Then observe the same scene with the
Fixation
IR Focusing
IR on. Note the difference in illumination. It is
Screw
IR Windage
important to remember that the IR illuminator
is an infra-red light source, and like any light source it may loose its effectiveness over a
great distance.
To fix the IR Illuminator to the riflescope screw the fixation screw on the IR into the thread
on the night-vision eyepiece body.
The IR illuminator control buttons are located on its side.
To switch the Digital IR illuminator on/off press “+” and “-” buttons simultaneously. When
the IR illuminator is switched on you can see the green LED lit.
By pushing the buttons “+” and “-” you may adjust the IR brightness.
The IR beam is focusable to change the field of coverage. To change the beam width
slightly turn the IR lens.
You may notice that beam of IR illuminator might not shine directly to the middle of your
viewing image. You can change the direction of the IR beam slightly in horizontal and
vertical directions with rotation of small screws on the side of IR.
You can also change the position of the IR control panel fitting your needs. Unscrew the small set screw on back of IR.
Then use the included wrench to loosen back ring, Move the
IR to its desired position/angle, retighten ring with wrench then
retighten set screw.
Preparing for Operation
Day time Snip er Scop e :
• Install the battery for illuminated reticle into its housing.
• Adjust the magnification by rotating the magnification ring near eyepiece.
• Observe the scene and adjust the eyepiece for optimal clarity. Get focus by rotating the
focusing ring of the eyepiece.
• Turn on the reticle illumination if you need.
• Adjust the reticle brightness by rotating the 10-position rheostat.
Night Vision We apon Sight :
• Install the batteries into their housing at night-vision eyepiece and IR illuminator respectively with the polarity order as shown at the device body.
• Turn on the night-vision eye-piece with the switch located on its body.
• Observe the scene and adjust the eyepiece for optimal clarity. Get focus by rotating the
focusing ring of the eyepiece.
• Turn on the IR illuminator .
• Adjust IR brightness.
• Focus the illuminator by rotating its lens.
Batteries
The batteries (included) are coin style 3 volt lithium batteries (CR2032) for Electronic
Reticle and two 3 volt lithium batteries (CR123A) for Night Vision Eyepiece and IR Illuminator.
VERY IMPORTANT!
Your Day/ Night System comes with a patented technology that puts the lit reticle
of the riflescope into an infrared mode which helps prevent the tube from being
burnt out. However, even in this mode if the brightness of the reticle is turned up
too high you can run the risk of burning the reticle pattern into your night vision
light intensifier tube screen. This damage is not covered by the warranty!
When setting the reticle brightness of your scope to Night Vision Mode please
set the brightness at the lowest visible set ting comfor table for you. This will
prolong the life of the Light Intensifier Tube. We suggest you to turn the reticle
brightness to the (1) position and then increase it slowly until you see the reticle
clearly. Do not over-increase the reticle brightness.
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WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS
• ALWAYS REMEMBER TO TURN OFF THE DAY/NIGHT RIFLESCOPE WHEN IT IS NOT
IN USE. IF YOU DO NOT PLAN ON USING RIFLESCOPE FOR A PERIOD OF MORE
THAN 10 DAYS, YOU SHOULD REMOVE THE BATTERIES.
• Avoid touching lenses. If fingerprints or traces of dirt or dust appear, clean surface with
photographic lens cleaning tissue.
• Keep lens cap/daylight filter on when not in use.
• Avoid contact with dust, steam, and gas.
•THE DAY/NIGHT RIFLESCOPE is friendly to the user or environment.
• Do not disassemble except to clean the front lens and the eyepiece: it will void your
warranty.
• Evaluate the scopes function by looking through it in a lit environment with the daylight
filter lens cap on. Never use in daylight without the daylight filter lens cap on. Do
not surpass ten minutes of testing.
• Never point DAY/NIGHT RIFLESCOPE with night vision eyepiece at a bright light
source. It the scope shuts off automatically after directing it at a bright light source, turn
the unit off and wait for 1 - 2 minutes before turning the unit back on.
• Adverse atmospheric conditions such as fog, smog, or haze and a lack of ambient light
(moon or starlight) may diminish the effective viewing distance. All technical data for this
unit was compiled in a controlled environment, therefore it may be difficult to recreate the
conditions this scope was tested in.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Q: Flashes, flickers, or clicking occur while operating
S: If it occurs within the first five minutes of inserting new batteries, it is normal and the
device will resume normal operation soon thereafter. If it occurs for more than 10 minutes,
contact your dealer or other authorized service representative for service instructions.
Q: Dark spots on screen.
S: These are cosmetic blemishes in the intensifier tube. They are a by-product of the
process of manufacturing night vision tubes. They will not impede your viewing ability.
Q: Image not clear.
S: Adjust focus ring. If problem persists, increase viewing distance
Q: Fixed-pattern noise in a honeycomb shape.
S: Usually a cosmetic blemish characterized by a faint honeycomb-type pattern. This
usually occurs when viewing very bright lights. Adjust the potentiometer, to reduce brightness.
Q: A pattern of dark thin lines which look like chicken wire.
S: Turn on illuminator, if purchased. If illuminator doesn’t brighten image, replace batteries. If problem persists, contact ATN for service instructions.
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SPECIFICATION
DAYTIME
Magnification
Objective diameter
Mounting Rings
Bullet drop calibers
Field of Viev
Eye Relief
Rangefinding
Illuminated reticle
Power source
Battery life
Sun shade
Recomended use
Adjustment windage and
elevation
Weight
Dimensions
NIGHT VISION
Total Darkness Technology
Intensifier Tube
Detection Range
Recognition Range
Field of View
Diopter Adjustment
Resolution
Range of Focus
Reticle
Controls
Power Supply
Battery Life
Dimensions
Operating Temperatures
Weight
4-12x80
2-6x68
4-12x
80mm
40mm
50 BMG, .308, 30-.06, .270,
7 mm Mag, .300 Win Mag.,
22- 250, .223, .243
2-6x
68 mm
42 mm
.223, .308, 30-. 06, .270,
7 mm Mag,
.300 Win Mag
6° - 2°
85 mm
1000 m/yard
Yes
3-volt (CR2032)
100 hours
Yes
Ver
10° - 3°
80 mm
500 m/yard
Yes
3-volt (CR2032)
100 hours
Yes
Tac, WFB
1/8 MOA at 100 m/yards
1.8 kg / 4.2 lbs
400 x 97 x 88 mm
/ 15” x 4” x 4”
1/8 MOA at 100 m/yards
1.45kg / 3.2 lbs
268 x 75 x 72 mm
/ 11” X 3” x 3”
Standard
2nd or 3rd Gen.
250 / 300 m/y
175 / 225 m/y
6° - 2°
±5
Varies according
to tube & Generation
75’ to infinity
Green on green
rangefinder
Digital
3 volt (CR123A)
10-20 hours
442 x 125 x 88 mm
/ 17” x 5” x 4”
-40° F to +110°F
1.9kg / 4.3 lbs
Standard
2nd or 3rd Gen.
250 / 300 m/y
175 / 225 m/y
10° - 3°
±4
Varies according
to tube & Generation
75’ to infinity
Green on green
rangefinder
Digital
3 volt (CR123A)
10-20 hours
325 x 100 x 75 mm
/ 13” x 4” x 3”
-40° F to +110°F
1.5kg / 3.3 lbs
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2 Year product Warranty
This product is guaranteed to be free from manufacturing defects in material and workmanship under normal use for a period of 2 (two) years from the date of purchase. In the
event a defect that is covered by the foregoing warranty occurs during the applicable
period stated above, ATN, at its option, will either repair or replace the product, and such
action on the part of ATN shall be the full extent of ATN’s liability, and the Customer’s
sole and exclusive remedy. This warranty does not cover a product (a) used in other than
its normal and customary manner; (b) subjected to misuse; (c) subjected to alterations,
modifications or repairs by the Customer of by any party other than ATN without prior
written consent of ATN; (d) special order or “close-out” merchandise or merchandise sold
“as-is” by either ATN or the ATN dealer; or (e) merchandise that has been discontinued by
the manufacturer and either parts or replacement units are not available due to reasons
beyond the control of ATN. ATN shall not be responsible for any defects or damage that
in ATN’s opinion is a result from the mishandling, abuse, misuse, improper storage or
improper operation, including use in conjunction with equipment which is electrically or
mechanically incompatible with or of inferior quality to the product, as well as failure to
maintain the environmental conditions specified by the manufacturer. CUSTOMER IS
HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT OPERATION OF THE EQUIPMENT DURING DAYLIGHT
HOURS OR UNDER ANY EXCESSIVE LIGHT CONDITIONS MAY PERMANENTLY
DAMAGE THE INTERNAL COMPONENTS OF THE UNIT AND SAID DAMAGE WILL
NOT BE COVERED UNDER THIS WARRANTY. This warranty is extended only to the
original purchaser. Any breach of this warranty shall be waived unless the customer notifies ATN at the address noted below within the applicable warranty period.
The customer understands and agrees that except for the foregoing warranty, no other
warranties written or oral, statutory, expressed or implied, including any implied warranty
of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, shall apply to the product. All such
implied warranties are hereby and expressly disclaimed.
Limitation of liability
ATN will not be liable for any claims, actions, suits, proceedings, costs, expenses, damages or liabilities arising out of the use of this product. Operation and use of the product
are the sole responsibility of the Customer. ATN’s sole undertaking is limited to providing
the products and services outlined herein in accordance with the terms and conditions
of this Agreement. The provision of products sold and services performed by ATN to the
Customer shall not be interpreted, construed, or regarded, either expressly or implied, as
being for the benefit of or creating any obligation toward any third party of legal entity outside ATN and the Customer; ATN’s obligations under this Agreement extend solely to the
Customer. ATN’s liability hereunder for damages, regardless of the form or action, shall
not exceed the fees or other charges paid to ATN by the customer or customer’s dealer.
ATN shall not, in any event, be liable for special, indirect, incidental, or consequential
damages, including, but not limited to, lost income, lost revenue, or lost profit, whether
such damages were foreseeable or not at the time of purchase, and whether or not such
damages arise out of a breach of warranty, a breach of agreement, negligence, strict
liability or any other theory of liability.
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Product warranty registration
In order to validate the warranty on your product, ATN must receive a completed Product
Warranty Registration Card for each unit. Please complete the form below and immediately mail it to our Service Center: ATN Corporation, 1341 San Mateo Avenue, South San
Francisco CA 94080. Products qualifying for warranty repair will be either repaired or
replaced within 10 business days of receipt of merchandise unless the customer is notified otherwise.
Obtaining warranty service
To obtain warranty service on your unit, take or send the product, postage paid, with a
copy of your sales receipt to our service center, ATN Corporation at the address noted
above. All merchandise must be fully insured with the correct postage; ATN will not be responsible for improper postage or, missing or damaged merchandise during shipment.
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For customer service and technical support, please contact
American Technologies Network Corp.
North American Office
1341 San Mateo Avenue, South San Francisco, CA 94080
phone: 800-910-2862, 650-875-0130; fax: 650-875-0129
European Office
phone: 44(0)870-0111286, fax: 44(0) 845-3349142
The following countries can use our
toll free number 00 800 9102-8620
Austria, France, Germany, Holland, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland
www.atncorp.com
2007 ATN Corporation
©2005
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