Enfora GSM0110 Modem User Manual

User Guide:
GSM0110UG001
Enfora GSM0110
Compact Flash Card
Users Guide
Revision 1.01
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Safety Information for Wireless Handheld Devices
FCC RF EXPOSURE INFORMATION
WARNING! Read this information before using your wireless device.
In August 1986 the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of the United States with its
action in Report and Order FCC 96-326 adopted an updated safety standard for human exposure
to radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic energy emitted by FCC regulated transmitters. Those
guidelines are consistent with the safety standard previously set by both U.S. and international
standards bodies. The design of this phone complies with the FCC guidelines and these
international standards. Use only the supplied or approved antenna. Unauthorized antenna
modifications, or attachments could impair call quality, damage the phone, or result in violation
of FCC regulations. Do not use the phone with a damaged antenna. Please contact your local
dealer for replacement antenna.
For more information about RF exposure, please visit the FCC website at www.fcc.gov
The equipment certifications appropriate to your device are marked on the device and product
specific information. The use of the equipment is subject to the following conditions:
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
This device complies with Part 15b of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
CAUTION
Changes or modifications without the express consent of Enfora, Inc. voids the user’s
authority to use the equipment and will avoid any applicable warranty.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits pursuant to Part 15
Subpart B , Part 22 and Part 24 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in an appropriate installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not used in
accordance with instructions, can cause harmful radiation to radio communication.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If the equipment does cause harmful interference in radio and television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment on and off, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
Increase the separation distance between the equipment and the receiver
Contact Enfora, Inc. Technical Support for assistance.
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Safety Instructions
•
Use of radio equipment is prohibited in hospitals and may interfere with the use of
medical equipment. Do NOT use the GSM0110 Compact Flash Card in hospitals.
•
FCC regulations prohibit using your wireless device during any air flight. Switch OFF
your Compact Flash Card prior to flight and in accordance with the airline’s acceptable
devices policy.
•
DO NOT use the GSM0110 Compact Flash Card in the vicinity of explosive
atmospheres. Turn your GSM0110 Compact Flash Card OFF in a “Blasting Area” or gas
station. Obey all signs and instructions
•
Local laws may prohibit the use of this device while driving in order to avoid distractions
and prevent accidents. DO NOT use the GSM0110 Compact Flash Card while driving, in
order to avoid distractions and prevent accidents. If the equipment must be used, use
with only approved hands-free accessories.
•
The Health Industry Manufactures Association recommends that a minimum separation
of six (6”) inches be maintained between a handheld wireless device and a pacemaker to
avoid potential interference with the pacemaker.
Operating Instructions
Never violate any of the following Rules and Regulations of the FCC when using your wireless
device. Such violations are punishable by fine, imprisonment, or both.
•
Never use obscene, indecent, or profane language.
•
Never use our GSM0110 Compact Flash Card to send false distress calls.
•
Never wiretap or otherwise intercept a device call, unless you have first obtained the
consent of the parties participating in the call.
•
Never make any anonymous calls to annoy, harass or molest other people.
•
Never charge another account without authorization, to avoid payment for service.
•
Never willfully or maliciously interfere with any other radio communications.
•
Never refuse to yield the line when informed that it is needed for an Emergency Call.
Also, never take over a line by stating falsely that it is needed for an emergency.
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General Safety Instructions
•
Check if all peripherals are properly connected before turning on any equipment.
•
Make sure to disconnect the power plug from the power source before installing or
removing peripherals.
•
Always hold the product with dry hands. Droplets of water may cause it to short circuit
and damage to the product.
•
Use the product only under a dry environment. Humid places are not appropriate for the
product.
•
DO NOT use the product in a damp environment.
•
DO NOT place the product on an unstable surface.
•
Keep the product out of the reach of children.
•
DO NOT share the same extension power line for the product with high powerconsuming appliances to avoid power overload.
•
NEVER attempt to disassemble the product! Doing so may cause permanent damage to
the product and will void the warranty.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Copyright Statement........................................................................................................... ii
Disclaimer........................................................................................................................... ii
Safety Information for Wireless Handheld Devices ........................................................ iii
FCC RF EXPOSURE INFORMATION ................................................................... iii
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT ........................................................................ iii
Safety Instructions ............................................................................................................ iv
Operating Instructions...................................................................................................... iv
General Safety Instructions ................................................................................................v
Overview ............................................................................................................................. 1
Welcome! ....................................................................................................................... 1
Package Contents .......................................................................................................... 2
Appearance.................................................................................................................... 3
Network Status (Link) LED Description .................................................................... 4
Installing and removing the SIM................................................................................. 4
Installing the CF Card into the PDA........................................................................... 5
Installing the CF Card into a Laptop.......................................................................... 5
System Requirements ................................................................................................... 6
Network Requirements................................................................................................. 6
Compact Flash Card Accessories ................................................................................ 6
Pocket PhoneTools............................................................................................................. 7
Installing pocket PhoneTools for Pocket PC .............................................................. 7
Running pocket PhoneTools ...................................................................................... 12
pocket PhoneTools Functions .................................................................................... 14
Creating a GPRS Connection.......................................................................................... 17
Mobile PhoneTools – Using the Enfora CF Card on Your Laptop ............................... 22
Installing mobile PhoneTools..................................................................................... 22
Manual Modem Installation....................................................................................... 30
Button Definitions ....................................................................................................... 31
Display Definitions ...................................................................................................... 31
mobile PhoneTools Internet Connection Wizard: ................................................... 32
Troubleshooting .......................................................................................................... 35
LIMITED WARRANTY .................................................................................................. 36
Overview
Welcome!
Thank you for purchasing the GSM0110 Compact Flash Card!
Welcome to the world of wireless data. Your GSM0110 Compact Flash Card is a
compact, wireless data modem that uses the GPRS (General Packet Radio Services)
wireless communication system, allowing you to transfer data on the go. Wireless IP
(Internet Protocol) supports browser-based applications, giving you feature rich
capability with the Internet in your hand. The GSM0110 Compact Flash Card supports
worldwide GSM frequencies, as it operates on 850MHz, 900MHz, 1800MHz and
1900MHz. The GSM0110 Compact Flash Card also supports GSM voice
communication only by using the headset jack that is on the CF card. The customer can
use the included headset accessory or a standard 2.5 mm cell phone headset that can be
supplied by the user.
The GSM0110 Compact Flash Card is designed to work with a variety of PDA’s
(Personal Digital Assistants) operating on PPC2000, PPC2002 & PPC2003, and laptop
operating systems including Windows 2000 and Windows XP with the optional PCMCIA
adapter. With the GSM0110 Compact Flash Card, you can easily transform your PDA or
laptop into a wireless communication device.
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Revision History
Date
8/24/05
09/08/06
Rev
1.00
1.01
Author
C. French
D. O’Neil
Description
Initial Release
Removed reference to optional battery
Package Contents
Check the contents of the package. The following items should be included. If there is
any item that is damaged or missing, please contact your dealer immediately.
Description
The GSM0110 Compact Flash Card
PCMCIA Adapter
BVRP Software CD
User Manual on CD
Earbud Headset
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Appearance
The GSM0110 Compact Flash Card
On/Off
Button
SIM
Holder
CF
Connector
Antenna:
Shown in
the
operating
position
Headset
Jack
Status
LED
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Network Status (Link) LED Description
LED
Color
LED Status
Connection Status
Green
Continuous Blinking Searching for Network
Green
Single Blink
Connected to GSM Network
Green
Double Blink
Transmitting/Receiving Data
Red
Single Blink
New SMS received
Single Blink – One short blink very 6 seconds
Double Blink – Two blinks every 6 seconds
Installing and removing the SIM
You need to use a SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card with your GSM0110 Compact
Flash Card to allow mobile communication through GSM or GPRS networks. A SIM
card can be purchased from a variety of GSM/GPRS network carriers. The GSM/GPRS
carrier can enable your SIM for voice calls, data sessions or both.
To install a SIM Card:
Position the GSM0110 CF modem so that the SIM cardholder is facing up and the
antenna is located farthest from you.
Position the SIM card with the gold contacts down and the notched corner positioned in
the upper right hand corner.
Gently slide the SIM card all the way into the slot from right to left.
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To remove the SIM Card:
Gently lift up on the notched corner side of the SIM.
Push the SIM out of the holder.
Installing the CF Card into the PDA
To install into a PDA:
1. Locate the Compact Flash slot on your PDA.
Note: If your PDA has a PCMCIA slot, insert the CF card into the PCMCIA
adaptor (included) before inserting the CF card into the PDA.
2. Place the Compact Flash card into the slot with the connector facing down into
the slot.
3. Rotate the antenna to the vertical position before use.
To remove from the PDA:
Follow your PDA’s CF card removal instructions.
Installing the CF Card into a Laptop
PCMCIA
Adapter
1. Place the CF card into the PCMCIA Adapter (included) as shown above.
2. Find the PCMCIA slot on your laptop. Typically the slot is located on the side.
3. Insert the connected CF card and PCMCIA adapter into the slot. You should hear
a tone from your laptop when the card is seated in the slot.
4. Rotate the antenna to the vertical position before use.
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To remove from the Laptop:
Follow your laptop and operating system instructions for the steps required to remove a
PCMCIA device.
Note: Some operating systems may require you to stop certain services, such as
the PCMCIA service, prior to physically removing the CF card.
System Requirements
Check your hardware and software to see if they satisfy the requirements below. If you
are not sure, please consult your dealer or operator.
1. A valid SIM card that has been data-enabled, or voice and data enabled, by your
network operator.
2. A PDA operating Pocket PC2002 or Pocket PC2003 and greater with a Compact
Flash Type II slot or PCMCIA slot.
3. A laptop with Windows 2000 or Windows XP and an available PCMCIA slot.
Network Requirements
Features such as SMS (short message service), voice calls, and data sessions require
support from your network operator, and may require additional subscription.
While every effort is made to incorporate the latest network operator’s settings into the
software, the following information is needed to verify correct operation.
Compact Flash Card Accessories
Connecting the Headset
To make or receive voice calls you will need to connect the headset to the headset
connector on the GSM0110 Compact Flash Card. If you do not want to use the supplied
headset, any standard 2.5mm cell phone headset should work.
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Pocket PhoneTools
Installing pocket PhoneTools for Pocket PC
The software for pocket PhoneTools is located on the CD-ROM labeled BVRP pocket
PhoneTools.
Note: Install your CF card into the PDA anytime prior to running Pocket
PhoneTools. You may receive a notification window from the Pocket PC informing
you that there are no connections created for this device. Select Dismiss.
1. Connect your PDA to your computer. ActiveSync® must be installed on your
PC, and running, before installing pocket PhoneTools.
2. Insert the pocket PhoneTools CD-ROM. The Install Screen will launch.
3. Select pocket PhoneTools Software Installation. (Figure 1)
4. Please read the warning, and click on Proceed to Pocket PhoneTools
Installation. (Figure 2)
Figure 1
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5. Select your Install Language.
6. The pocket PhoneTools Install Wizard will appear.
7. Select Next to continue.
8. Read the License Agreement. Select Yes if you agree with the terms of the
license agreement.
9. Specify a destination folder for pocket PhoneTools or accept the default folder.
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10. Select Next.
11. Setup will now install the software. Select Cancel if you wish to stop the
installation process.
12. pocket PhoneTools will connect with your PDA and then copy the files to your
PDA.
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13. Select Yes to install the BVRP Software pocket PhoneTools to the default
directory.
14. The install progress will be displayed on the PC screen.
15. When the installation is complete you will be prompted to check your PDA.
Check to see if there are any additional steps to be performed on your PDA to
complete the installation.
16. Select OK.
17. When the install is complete, the pocket PhoneTools Icon will be located in the
Programs Menu of your PDA.
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Running pocket PhoneTools
Note: Install your CF card now, if you have not done so already.
1. Select pocket PhoneTools icon from the
Programs window.
2. You will need to configure your Network
Operator. Select Yes to configure your
Network Operator.
3.
4. Select OK to return to the main pocket
PhoneTools window.
pocket PhoneTools will detect your
Network Operator.
Note: Verify the settings after the auto
detection. If necessary, change the
settings to match the SIM.
Select OK and you will return to the
General Setup window.
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5. Select Yes to save your settings.
6. The main pocket PhoneTools menu will
appear.
Note: To create an Internet Connection see
the section entitled Creating a GPRS
Connection.
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pocket PhoneTools Functions
Inbox Items
Outbox Items
Sent Messages
Phonebook
Sort
Items
Messages
Displayed
Create SMS
Retrieve SMS Add phonebook entry
Hide Toolbar
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Internet Connection
Dialer Menu
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Dialer Menu
Selecting the Dialer Icon
from the main menu will launch the Dialer. To have
the Dialer load when pocket PhoneTools starts select Tools>Settings>Dialer and Select
On when loaded.
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Place a Call
Battery Status of
PDA
End a Call
Clear
Number
Connections Status
Speaker On/Off
Microphone
On/Off
Volume control
Contacts
Main Contact List
Phone Logs
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Creating a GPRS Connection
Note: Selecting any Internet (Globe) Icon inside of pocket PhoneTools will
launch the Internet Connection Wizard if no connection already exists.
To create a new GPRS connection on your PDA, follow these steps:
1. In the pocket PhoneTools Taskbar
Select Tools (1) then Settings (2).
2. In the General Setup Screen Select
Internet Connection.
2
1
4.
3. Select New to create a connection
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Enter a name for the new connection.
5. Select Next.
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6. Select any of the listed applications to
run once a connection is made. Select
Next.
7. Select GPRS connection. If you are using
the default APN leave Use Standard Settings
checked and proceed to step 13. If you are
using a unique APN or Static IP or DNS,
uncheck Use Standard settings. See the FAQ
section for more information about APNs.
Select Next.
Uncheck to enter a
specific APN or to
verify the default
APN for your
carrier.
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8. The default APN for the carrier will
be listed. Check the drop down box for
any other available APN’s. If you have
a different APN from your carrier enter
it into the text field. If a user name and
password are required, enter the
information provided by your carrier.
Select Next.
10. Configure your DNS information
based on the information provided by
your network operator. Select Next.
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9. Configure your IP information based on
the information provided by your carrier.
Select Next.
11. Select Next.
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12. Select Next.
13. Select No. Check with your network operator
to see if they support CSD calls.
Note: CSD calls may incur additional charges
with your carrier. See the FAQ section for more
information on CSD calls.
14. Select OK to return to the General
Setup window.
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15. Select OK.
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16. Select the Globe Icon to start your
Internet Connection.
17. Connection status will be
displayed in the Task Bar.
Start / Stop Internet Connection
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Mobile PhoneTools – Using the Enfora CF Card on Your Laptop
The following instructions will explain how to install and configure the Enfora CF Card
for use in a laptop computer. All of the instructions and references to a “menu” are
specific to the mobile PhoneTools software (not your Operating System).
Installing mobile PhoneTools
In order to use the Enfora CF Card to make a GPRS connection, you will use mobile
PhoneTools, which is provided on the CD that came with your Enfora CF Card.
Note: Install the mobile PhoneTools software
before inserting the Enfora CF Card into the
PC slot.
The following instructions explain how to install BVRP mobile PhoneTools on your
computer.
1. Place the Enfora CD into the CD drive of your computer.
2. You will see the BVRP/Enfora setup screen:
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3. Click on mobile PhoneTools Software Installation.
4. Click on the Language Version of mobile PhoneTools that you need.
5. You will see the following InstallShield Wizard screen:
6. Click on Next to continue.
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7. You will see the following License Agreement screen:
8. Click on Yes to continue. You will see the following screen:
9. Click on the radio button marked Complete.
10. Click on Next to continue. You will see the following Setup Status screen:
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11. Once the installation is complete, you will see the following screen which
prompts you to configure a Persistent Connection.
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The Persistent Connection Features are:
1) Start mobile PhoneTools on boot, and
2) Automatic Internet Connection (connection automatically reconnects if
dropped).
During this step of the setup process you can choose whether or not you
would like to install Persistent Connection Features.
If you do not choose to install Persistent Connection Features, proceed to Step
15.
Do not check the above checkmark box if you do not want to install Persistent
Connection Features.
Note: If you choose not to install Persistent Connection Features during Setup,
you will have to run the Setup program again if you choose to install them at a
later time.
12. If you choose to install Persistent Connection Features click on the check mark
box.
13. Click Next to continue. You will see the following screen:
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To disable or enable the above features after installation, click on the menu from
mobile PhoneTools, then click on Settings, then the Miscellaneous Tab.
14. Select the Persistent Connection Feature(s) you would like to enable.
15. Click Next to continue. You will see the following screen:
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16. Click Finish.
17. Once the mobile PhoneTools is successfully installed on your computer, you will
see this icon on your desktop:
If you installed Persistent Connection Features, mobile PhoneTools will
automatically launch and you will proceed to Step 18.
If you did not install Persistent Connection Features double-click on the mobile
PhoneTools icon on your desktop and proceed to Step 18.
18. Next, you will see the Installing PCMCIA Card screen. Insert the Enfora CF
Card into your laptop now.
19. Once you have inserted the card into your laptop, you will see the following
screen. Please wait while your Enfora CF Card is being configured by the
software.
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20. You are now ready to begin using your Enfora CF Card.
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Manual Modem Installation
The following instructions apply if you choose not to use mobile PhoneTools. This
option will only install the modem driver and INF file.
1. Insert CD into the CD-ROM.
2. Select exit if the automatic installation program launches.
3. When the new hardware wizard appears, select Next until Search for a Suitable
Driver Option appears.
4. Select Search for a Suitable Driver.
5. Enable the CD-ROM as a search location.
6. Select the INF file for the language that is installed.
7. Continue on with the driver installation.
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Button Definitions
Information
Help
Minimize Program
Close Program
Show / Hide
Dialpad
Start / Stop Internet
Connection
Send SMS message
Access E-mail
Access Phonebook
Display Definitions
Signal Strength
Roaming indicator
Globe not used
New message Indicator
Error indicator
Current Carrier
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mobile PhoneTools Internet Connection Wizard:
There are two ways to create an Internet connection:
1. Select the Globe Icon
within mobile PhoneTools. The Internet
Connection Wizard will automatically start if there are no existing Internet
connections defined.
2. Use the Menu > Setup > Internet connections option. Then, activate Add new
Connection.
Internet Connection
Wizard Using the Globe
Start Option
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Internet Connection Wizard
Using the Add New Connection
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Use Default Network
Settings
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Customize Network
Settings
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Troubleshooting
If you have any questions regarding installation, set up, or operation of the GSM0110 CF
Card, please contact the vendor or distributor from whom you purchased the card, or your
wireless network carrier.
http://www.enfora.com
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LIMITED WARRANTY
Scope
Enfora warrants to the original purchaser of the product that, for a period of one (1) year from the
date of product purchase, the product hardware, when used in conjunction with any associated
software (including any firmware and applications) supplied by Enfora, will be free from defects
in material or workmanship under normal operation. Enfora further warrants to such original
purchaser that, for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of product purchase, any software
associated with the product will perform substantially in accordance with the user documentation
provided by Enfora, and any software media provided with the product will be free from defects
in material or workmanship under normal operation. Enfora does not warrant that (a) the product
hardware or any associated software will meet the purchaser’s requirements, (b) that the operation
of the product hardware or software will be uninterrupted or error-free, or (c) the product, when
integrated in, or combined with, other products or software not supplied by Enfora, will continue
to perform substantially in accordance with the user documentation. This limited warranty is
only for the benefit of the original purchaser and is not transferable. No other party may act on
behalf of such purchaser for the purpose of claiming or exercising any rights or benefits under or
in connection with this limited warranty except as may be provided in a written agreement
between Enfora and such other party.
Hardware
During the warranty period applicable to the product hardware, Enfora, at its expense and in its
sole discretion, will repair or replace the product if it is determined to have a covered hardware
defect, provided that the purchaser first notifies Enfora of any such defect, furnishes Enfora with
a proof of purchase, requests and obtains a return merchandize authorization (RMA) number from
Enfora, and returns the product, shipping charges prepaid, to Enfora under that RMA. If, upon
reasonable examination of the returned product, Enfora does not substantiate the defect claimed
by purchaser, or determines that the defect is not covered under this limited warranty, Enfora will
not be required to repair or replace the product, but may instead reship the product to the
purchaser, in which case purchaser shall be responsible for paying Enfora’s usual charges for
unpacking, testing, and repacking the product for reshipment to purchaser. Purchaser shall bear
the risk of loss or damage in transit to any product returned by purchaser to Enfora, or any
returned product not found to be defective or covered under this warranty and reshipped by
Enfora to purchaser. In the event Enfora repairs or replaces a defective product, the repaired or
replacement product will be covered under this limited warranty for the remainder of the original
warranty period on the defective product. If Enfora is unable to repair or replace a defective
product, the purchaser’s exclusive remedy shall be a refund of the original purchase price. Any
returned and replaced product, or any product for which Enfora has refunded the original
purchase price, becomes the property of Enfora.
Software
During the warranty period applicable to the software or its media, Enfora, at its expense,
will replace any defective software or media if purchaser gives written notification of the
defect to the technical support department at Enfora during the applicable warranty
period. Enfora will ship or otherwise transmit the replacement software or media to
purchaser, and purchaser shall be responsible for incorporating any replacement software
in the product. Enfora shall not have any obligation to provide any software bug fixes,
upgrades or new releases except as may be necessary to correct any covered defect of
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which purchaser notifies Enfora in writing during the applicable warranty period. Enfora,
from time to time and in its sole discretion, may make available for download on its
website (www.enfora.com) certain software bug fixes, upgrades or new releases for the
product. The purchaser should periodically visit such website to determine whether any
such bug fixes, upgrades or new releases have become available. Download and use of
any such bug fixes, upgrades or new releases is subject to all of the applicable terms and
conditions of Enfora’s technical support policy as posted and updated on its website.
Exceptions and Disclaimers
Enfora shall have no obligation under this limited warranty for (a) normal wear and tear, (b) the
cost of procurement of substitute products or (c) any defect that is (i) discovered by purchaser
during the warranty period but purchaser does not notify or request an RMA number from Enfora,
as required above, until after the end of the warranty period, (ii) caused by any accident, misuse,
abuse, improper installation, handling or testing, or unauthorized repair or modification of the
product, (iii) caused by use of any software other than any software supplied by Enfora, or by use
of the product other than in accordance with its documentation or (iv) the result of electrostatic
discharge, electrical surge, fire, flood or similar causes. Unless otherwise provided in a written
agreement between the purchaser and Enfora, the purchaser shall be solely responsible for the
proper configuration, testing and verification of the product prior to deployment in the field.
ENFORA’S SOLE RESPONSIBILITY AND PURCHASER’S SOLE REMEDY UNDER THIS
LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL BE TO REPAIR OR REPLACE THE PRODUCT
HARDWARE, SOFTWARE OR SOFTWARE MEDIA (OR IF REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT
IS NOT POSSIBLE, OBTAIN A REFUND OF THE PURCHASE PRICE) AS PROVIDED
ABOVE. ENFORA EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY, SATISFACTORY
PERFORMANCE AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT SHALL
ENFORA BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION LOSS OR
INTERRUPTION OF USE, DATA, REVENUES OR PROFITS) RESULTING FROM A
BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY OR BASED ON ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY, EVEN IF
ENFORA HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OR LIKELIHOOD OF SUCH
DAMAGES.
Other Considerations
Some jurisdictions may require a longer warranty period than specified above and, accordingly,
for products sold in those jurisdictions the applicable warranty period shall be extended as
required under the laws of those jurisdictions. Furthermore, some jurisdictions may not allow the
disclaimer of implied warranties or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, so the above disclaimer, limitation or exclusion may not apply to products sold in those
jurisdictions. This limited warranty gives the purchaser specific legal rights and the purchaser
may have other legal rights that vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.
In some instances, certain aspects of the product warranty may also be covered in a separate
written agreement between Enfora and the distributor or reseller, if any, from whom purchaser
purchased the product. That agreement may provide, for example, a different product return
procedure that may also be available to purchaser (e.g., the product may be returned to Enfora
through that distributor or reseller).
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Governing Law
This limited warranty shall be governed by the laws of the State of Texas, United States of
America, without regard to conflict of laws principles. This limited warranty shall not be
governed in any respect by the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale
of Goods.
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