Havis DS-PAN-111, DS-PAN-112-1, DS-PAN-112, DS-PAN-112-2 Owner's manual

Havis DS-PAN-111, DS-PAN-112-1, DS-PAN-112, DS-PAN-112-2 Owner's manual
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DS-PAN-110 Series
Havis Rugged Mobile Docking Station
For Panasonic CF-30 & CF-31 Toughbooks
Havis offers a wide variety of accessory products for use
with the DS-PAN-110 Series Docking Station.
For more information or to order please visit www.havis.com.
Owner’s Manual
LPS-104
120W Power Supply
External power supply and cable for Panasonic CF-31
Toughbooks with cigarette lighter adaptor.
DS-PAN-111
DS-PAN-111-1
DS-PAN-111-2
DS-PAN-112
DS-PAN-112-1
DS-PAN-112-2
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DS-DA-102
USB Powered Keyboard Light
Soft red LED light illuminates the laptop keyboard for night viewing.
DS-DA-207
Card Reader Mounting Bracket
Mount an E-Seek Model 250 card reader to the side of the Docking Station.
(Bracket can be customized for other Card Reader Models)
Interactive Online Catalog
This new and exciting interactive catalog is an easy
to use, full color, online version of our printed catalog.
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to the Interactive Catalog!
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1-800-524-9900
Havis, Inc.
75 Jacksonville Road, PO Box 2099
Warminster, PA 18974
47801 Anchor Court
Plymouth, MI 48170
www.havis.com
1-800-524-9900
www.havis.com
1-800-524-9900
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Before Beginning
(Original Instructions)
Havis is pleased to provide this Owner’s Manual to aid in the proper installation
and use of the DS-PAN-110 Series Docking Station for the Panasonic CF-30
& CF-31 laptop computers.
For questions regarding the set-up of your DS-PAN-110 Series Docking Station,
please contact Havis at 1-800-524-9900 or visit www.havis.com/CF31 for
additional product support and information.
This Owner’s Manual applies to the following Product Numbers:
DS-PAN-111
DS-PAN-112
DS-PAN-113
DS-PAN-111-1 DS-PAN-112-1
DS-PAN-111-2 DS-PAN-112-2
• NEVER STOW OR MOUNT THE DOCKING STATION DIRECTLY IN A VEHICLE
AIRBAG DEPLOYMENT ZONE.
• DO NOT USE COMPUTER WHILE DRIVING.
• READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY BEFORE BEGINNING INSTALLATION.
• DO NOT MATE COMPUTER TO DOCKING STATION UNLESS COMPUTER’S DOCKING
CONNECTOR ACCESS DOOR IS FULLY OPEN OR DAMAGE MAY RESULT.
Installation of Power Supply (LPS-101/LPS-104 - Optional)
NOTE: Refer to Page 1 to ensure that you have the appropriate Power Supply for your Specific computer model.
1). Power off computer and ensure all cables are disconnected from computer.
2). Plug in both input and output cables (supplied with LPS-101/LPS-104)
into the Power Supply brick.
3). With the Docking Station right side up, drop (4) #6-32 screws (supplied
with LPS-101/LPS-104) through the holes in Docking Station as shown.
4). While supporting the (4) #6-32 screws, flip the Docking Station upside
down and place (1) flat washer over each of the (4) #6-32 screws.
5). Place the Power Supply brick over the (4) #6-32 screws ensuring that the
screws pass through all of the bosses on the Power Supply brick and the
cables are pointing in the direction shown.
6). Place the remaining (4) flat washers over each of the #6-32 screws and
hand start a #6-32 locking nut onto each of the screws.
7). Torque all (4) #6-32 locking nuts to 0.9 Nm (8.0 in-lbs) ±10% ensuring
that the #6-32 screws stayed properly aligned with the bosses of the
Power Supply brick.
8). Route the Power Supply output cable as shown and secure connector
to power input port on Docking Station. Be sure to coil and strain relieve
excess cabling.
9). Return to Installation & Cable Management Step #3 on Page 4.
Output Cable
• FOR PROPER SYSTEM FUNCTION, THIS DOCKING STATION SHOULD BE USED ONLY WITH
PANASONIC CF-30 AND CF-31 MODEL COMPUTERS. PANASONIC CF-29 AND EARLIER
MODELS ARE NOT COMPATIBLE.
Input Cable
• FOR PROPER SYSTEM FUNCTION, PANASONIC RECOMMENDS USING A 120W POWER
SUPPLY (LPS-104 OPTIONAL) WITH A CF-31 HIGH POWER (2.5GHz) COMPUTER.
• FOR CF-31 MEDIUM (2.4GHz) AND LOW (2.2 GHz) POWER COMPUTERS, A 90W POWER
SUPPLY (LPS-101 OPTIONAL) IS ACCEPTABLE, HOWEVER A 120W POWER SUPPLY
(LPS-104 OPTIONAL) MAY ALSO BE USED.
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Operation - Undocking (Continued)
Table of Contents
3). Once unlatched grab both sides of computer and carefully lift out of
Docking Station, rear end first.
Specifications
2
Parts Included
3
Port Replication Capability
3
Installation & Cable Management
4
Operation - Docking
7
Dock Indicator LED Diagnostics
8
Operation - Undocking
8
Zip Tie/Push Pin Information
9
Installation of Power Supply (LPS-101/LPS-104 - Optional)
10
Precautions
Zip Tie/Push Pin Information
1). In the event that a strain relieved cable needs to be removed or replaced,
do not attempt to remove entire Zip Tie/Push Pin. Cut Zip Tie as shown,
taking care to not damage the cables.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Do not place containers of liquid or metal objects on top of the Docking Station
If a malfunction occurs, immediately unplug the Power Supply and remove the laptop
Use only the specified Power Supply with this Docking Station
Recommended: Part # LPS-101 (90W) for CF-30, CF-31 Medium & Low Power Computers
Recommended: Part # LPS-104 (120W) for CF-31 High Power Computers
Do not store the Docking Station where water, moisture, steam, dust, etc. are present
Do not connect cables into ports other than what they are specified for
Do not leave the Docking Station in a high temperature environment for a long period of time
(greater than +60°C, 140°F)
Specifications
2). Pull the cut Zip Tie through the Push Pin housing. Trim excess so sharp
edge does not damage reinstalled cables.
Trim excess
3). Insert a new Zip Tie into the Push Pin housing and strain relieve cables.
Power Supply Input
15.6V DC-In
Dimensions*
12.4” ( 31.5 cm) W x 11.9” ( 30.2 cm ) D x 4.0” ( 10.2 cm ) H
Weight*
4.6 lbs ( 2.1 kg )
Operating Environment
5° C to 35° C ( 41° F to 95°F )
Storage Environment
-20° C to 60° C ( -4° F to 140° F )
* DS-PAN-111
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY FOR CE MARKING
Havis, Inc. declares that their DS-PAN-110 SERIES DOCKING STATIONS:
Are classified within the following EU Directives:
EU Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC
And further conform with the following EU Harmonized Standards:
EN 55022 (2006) + A1 2007, EN 55024 (1998) + A2: 2003
Dated: August 19, 2010
Position of signatory: Chief Information Officer / Chief Financial Officer
Name of signatory: Steve Ferraro
Signed:
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Parts Included
Operation - Docking (Continued)
Docking Station
Lock
Latch Handle
Brass Locator Tab
5). For theft deterrence, secure computer by locking Docking Station with
supplied key.
Docking Connector
Brass Locator Pin
Front USB Port
Front Hook
Dock Indicator LED
6). Power on computer. The Dock Indicator LED will light up green to indicate
proper system function.
Mounting Bracket
Dock Indicator LED
Hardware Kit
This Hardware Kit includes:
1. Zip Ties/Push Pins (2)
2. Keys (2)
3. 1/4”-20 Screws (7)
4. Zip Ties (6)
DOCK INDICATOR LED DIAGNOSTICS:
GREEN: Computer docked, all ports ready for use.
ORANGE: USB and LAN ports are not functioning.
RED: Computer is not supported or a connection is not made.
RED (Blinking): Firmware error has occurred.
NOT LIT: Computer is not installed, is turned off, or in standby or sleep mode.
Tools required for installation:
• 5/32” Hex Drive
(For securing 1/4”-20 Screws)
Port Replication Capability
Forward Exiting Connectivity
USB 2.0 Ethernet
RJ45
True Ethernet
RJ45
Power Input
Operation - Undocking
1). If previously locked, unlock Docking Station using supplied key.
USB 2.0 (4)
+ Front USB 2.0 (1)
Microphone VGA
Headphone
Serial (2)
Wireless On/Off*
* NOTE
2). Rotate Latch Handle clockwise to the “UNDOCK” position.
For CF-30 computers, WWAN pass-through can be controlled according to Wireless On/Off switch setting.
For CF-31 computers, WWAN will always function as pass-through regardless of switch setting.
Rearward Exiting Connectivity (Optional Single or Dual Antenna)
3
Antenna A
Antenna B
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Operation - Docking
Installation & Cable Management
1). Install the Mounting Bracket to the Motion Device using (3) 1/4“-20
screws (Hardware Kit Item 3). Torque screws to 13.4Nm (120 in-lbs) ± 10%.
• DO NOT MATE COMPUTER TO DOCKING STATION UNLESS COMPUTER’S DOCKING
CONNECTOR ACCESS DOOR IS FULLY OPEN OR DAMAGE MAY RESULT.
• DO NOT FORCE LAPTOP ONTO DOCKING STATION. IF THERE IS RESISTANCE,
CHECK ALIGNMENT OF COMPUTER ON DOCKING STATION.
1). Ensure Docking Station is unlatched by positioning the Latch Handle
to the “UNDOCK” position.
NOTE: Numerous hole patterns present in Mounting Bracket should accommodate
most competitor’s motion devices.
1/4”-20 Screws
Mounting Bracket
Typical Motion Device Example
(not included)
2). With rear of computer elevated, load front of computer into Docking Station
by aligning Front Hook with the appropriate recess in the computer case.
2). Orient the Docking Station in a position that is comfortable to work with.
3). Install all cables that are necessary for computing needs.
NOTE: If mounting Power Supply to Docking Station, go to Page 10 before completing Step 3
4). Use Zip Ties (Hardware Kit Item 4) to strain relieve cables to the Strain Relief
Loops at front of Docking Station.
3). Lower back of computer onto Brass Locator Pins.
NOTE:
Holes shown will
accept Zip Tie/Push Pins
(Hardware Kit Item 1)
for strain relieving
Antenna cables.
4). Apply light downward pressure over rear of computer as indicated by
Arrow A and rotate Latch Handle counter-clockwise to the “DOCK” position.
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Installation & Cable Management (Continued)
Installation & Cable Management (Continued)
5). Gather all strain relieved cables into a single bundle and secure with Zip Ties
to facilitate routing in later installation steps.
7). Tilt the Motion Device to a position allowing you access to the back side
of docking station and route cables out the side as shown.
8). Route cable bundle and tie off to Mounting Bracket with Zip Tie
(Hardware kit Item 4).
6). Lower the Docking Station onto the Mounting Bracket as shown, being cautious
not to pinch the cable bundle. Secure with (4) 1/4”-20 screws (supplied).
Torque screws to 13.4 Nm (120 in-lbs) ± 10%.
9). Create a service loop with cable bundle to ensure that no tension is on
the connectors and to enable intended range of motion.
10). Tie off cables onto a stationary part of the mounting system.
This loop must be large enough
to allow full range of expected
rotation and extension without
stressing connections.
1/4”-20 Screws
Tie off on stationary part
of the mounting system
(not included)
NOTE: It is recommended to use a drop of medium strength (blue)
thread locking adhesive applied to the threads of all fasteners.
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11). Position Docking Station as desired for use inside mobile workspace.
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Installation & Cable Management (Continued)
Installation & Cable Management (Continued)
5). Gather all strain relieved cables into a single bundle and secure with Zip Ties
to facilitate routing in later installation steps.
7). Tilt the Motion Device to a position allowing you access to the back side
of docking station and route cables out the side as shown.
8). Route cable bundle and tie off to Mounting Bracket with Zip Tie
(Hardware kit Item 4).
6). Lower the Docking Station onto the Mounting Bracket as shown, being cautious
not to pinch the cable bundle. Secure with (4) 1/4”-20 screws (supplied).
Torque screws to 13.4 Nm (120 in-lbs) ± 10%.
9). Create a service loop with cable bundle to ensure that no tension is on
the connectors and to enable intended range of motion.
10). Tie off cables onto a stationary part of the mounting system.
This loop must be large enough
to allow full range of expected
rotation and extension without
stressing connections.
1/4”-20 Screws
Tie off on stationary part
of the mounting system
(not included)
NOTE: It is recommended to use a drop of medium strength (blue)
thread locking adhesive applied to the threads of all fasteners.
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11). Position Docking Station as desired for use inside mobile workspace.
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Operation - Docking
Installation & Cable Management
1). Install the Mounting Bracket to the Motion Device using (3) 1/4“-20
screws (Hardware Kit Item 3). Torque screws to 13.4Nm (120 in-lbs) ± 10%.
• DO NOT MATE COMPUTER TO DOCKING STATION UNLESS COMPUTER’S DOCKING
CONNECTOR ACCESS DOOR IS FULLY OPEN OR DAMAGE MAY RESULT.
• DO NOT FORCE LAPTOP ONTO DOCKING STATION. IF THERE IS RESISTANCE,
CHECK ALIGNMENT OF COMPUTER ON DOCKING STATION.
1). Ensure Docking Station is unlatched by positioning the Latch Handle
to the “UNDOCK” position.
NOTE: Numerous hole patterns present in Mounting Bracket should accommodate
most competitor’s motion devices.
1/4”-20 Screws
Mounting Bracket
Typical Motion Device Example
(not included)
2). With rear of computer elevated, load front of computer into Docking Station
by aligning Front Hook with the appropriate recess in the computer case.
2). Orient the Docking Station in a position that is comfortable to work with.
3). Install all cables that are necessary for computing needs.
NOTE: If mounting Power Supply to Docking Station, go to Page 10 before completing Step 3
4). Use Zip Ties (Hardware Kit Item 4) to strain relieve cables to the Strain Relief
Loops at front of Docking Station.
3). Lower back of computer onto Brass Locator Pins.
NOTE:
Holes shown will
accept Zip Tie/Push Pins
(Hardware Kit Item 1)
for strain relieving
Antenna cables.
4). Apply light downward pressure over rear of computer as indicated by
Arrow A and rotate Latch Handle counter-clockwise to the “DOCK” position.
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Parts Included
Operation - Docking (Continued)
Docking Station
Lock
Latch Handle
Brass Locator Tab
5). For theft deterrence, secure computer by locking Docking Station with
supplied key.
Docking Connector
Brass Locator Pin
Front USB Port
Front Hook
Dock Indicator LED
6). Power on computer. The Dock Indicator LED will light up green to indicate
proper system function.
Mounting Bracket
Dock Indicator LED
Hardware Kit
This Hardware Kit includes:
1. Zip Ties/Push Pins (2)
2. Keys (2)
3. 1/4”-20 Screws (7)
4. Zip Ties (6)
DOCK INDICATOR LED DIAGNOSTICS:
GREEN: Computer docked, all ports ready for use.
ORANGE: USB and LAN ports are not functioning.
RED: Computer is not supported or a connection is not made.
RED (Blinking): Firmware error has occurred.
NOT LIT: Computer is not installed, is turned off, or in standby or sleep mode.
Tools required for installation:
• 5/32” Hex Drive
(For securing 1/4”-20 Screws)
Port Replication Capability
Forward Exiting Connectivity
USB 2.0 Ethernet
RJ45
True Ethernet
RJ45
Power Input
Operation - Undocking
1). If previously locked, unlock Docking Station using supplied key.
USB 2.0 (4)
+ Front USB 2.0 (1)
Microphone VGA
Headphone
Serial (2)
Wireless On/Off*
* NOTE
2). Rotate Latch Handle clockwise to the “UNDOCK” position.
For CF-30 computers, WWAN pass-through can be controlled according to Wireless On/Off switch setting.
For CF-31 computers, WWAN will always function as pass-through regardless of switch setting.
Rearward Exiting Connectivity (Optional Single or Dual Antenna)
3
Antenna A
Antenna B
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Operation - Undocking (Continued)
Table of Contents
3). Once unlatched grab both sides of computer and carefully lift out of
Docking Station, rear end first.
Specifications
2
Parts Included
3
Port Replication Capability
3
Installation & Cable Management
4
Operation - Docking
7
Dock Indicator LED Diagnostics
8
Operation - Undocking
8
Zip Tie/Push Pin Information
9
Installation of Power Supply (LPS-101/LPS-104 - Optional)
10
Precautions
Zip Tie/Push Pin Information
1). In the event that a strain relieved cable needs to be removed or replaced,
do not attempt to remove entire Zip Tie/Push Pin. Cut Zip Tie as shown,
taking care to not damage the cables.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Do not place containers of liquid or metal objects on top of the Docking Station
If a malfunction occurs, immediately unplug the Power Supply and remove the laptop
Use only the specified Power Supply with this Docking Station
Recommended: Part # LPS-101 (90W) for CF-30, CF-31 Medium & Low Power Computers
Recommended: Part # LPS-104 (120W) for CF-31 High Power Computers
Do not store the Docking Station where water, moisture, steam, dust, etc. are present
Do not connect cables into ports other than what they are specified for
Do not leave the Docking Station in a high temperature environment for a long period of time
(greater than +60°C, 140°F)
Specifications
2). Pull the cut Zip Tie through the Push Pin housing. Trim excess so sharp
edge does not damage reinstalled cables.
Trim excess
3). Insert a new Zip Tie into the Push Pin housing and strain relieve cables.
Power Supply Input
15.6V DC-In
Dimensions*
12.4” ( 31.5 cm) W x 11.9” ( 30.2 cm ) D x 4.0” ( 10.2 cm ) H
Weight*
4.6 lbs ( 2.1 kg )
Operating Environment
5° C to 35° C ( 41° F to 95°F )
Storage Environment
-20° C to 60° C ( -4° F to 140° F )
* DS-PAN-111
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY FOR CE MARKING
Havis, Inc. declares that their DS-PAN-110 SERIES DOCKING STATIONS:
Are classified within the following EU Directives:
EU Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108/EC
And further conform with the following EU Harmonized Standards:
EN 55022 (2006) + A1 2007, EN 55024 (1998) + A2: 2003
Dated: August 19, 2010
Position of signatory: Chief Information Officer / Chief Financial Officer
Name of signatory: Steve Ferraro
Signed:
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Before Beginning
(Original Instructions)
Havis is pleased to provide this Owner’s Manual to aid in the proper installation
and use of the DS-PAN-110 Series Docking Station for the Panasonic CF-30
& CF-31 laptop computers.
For questions regarding the set-up of your DS-PAN-110 Series Docking Station,
please contact Havis at 1-800-524-9900 or visit www.havis.com/CF31 for
additional product support and information.
This Owner’s Manual applies to the following Product Numbers:
DS-PAN-111
DS-PAN-112
DS-PAN-113
DS-PAN-111-1 DS-PAN-112-1
DS-PAN-111-2 DS-PAN-112-2
• NEVER STOW OR MOUNT THE DOCKING STATION DIRECTLY IN A VEHICLE
AIRBAG DEPLOYMENT ZONE.
• DO NOT USE COMPUTER WHILE DRIVING.
• READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY BEFORE BEGINNING INSTALLATION.
• DO NOT MATE COMPUTER TO DOCKING STATION UNLESS COMPUTER’S DOCKING
CONNECTOR ACCESS DOOR IS FULLY OPEN OR DAMAGE MAY RESULT.
Installation of Power Supply (LPS-101/LPS-104 - Optional)
NOTE: Refer to Page 1 to ensure that you have the appropriate Power Supply for your Specific computer model.
1). Power off computer and ensure all cables are disconnected from computer.
2). Plug in both input and output cables (supplied with LPS-101/LPS-104)
into the Power Supply brick.
3). With the Docking Station right side up, drop (4) #6-32 screws (supplied
with LPS-101/LPS-104) through the holes in Docking Station as shown.
4). While supporting the (4) #6-32 screws, flip the Docking Station upside
down and place (1) flat washer over each of the (4) #6-32 screws.
5). Place the Power Supply brick over the (4) #6-32 screws ensuring that the
screws pass through all of the bosses on the Power Supply brick and the
cables are pointing in the direction shown.
6). Place the remaining (4) flat washers over each of the #6-32 screws and
hand start a #6-32 locking nut onto each of the screws.
7). Torque all (4) #6-32 locking nuts to 0.9 Nm (8.0 in-lbs) ±10% ensuring
that the #6-32 screws stayed properly aligned with the bosses of the
Power Supply brick.
8). Route the Power Supply output cable as shown and secure connector
to power input port on Docking Station. Be sure to coil and strain relieve
excess cabling.
9). Return to Installation & Cable Management Step #3 on Page 4.
Output Cable
• FOR PROPER SYSTEM FUNCTION, THIS DOCKING STATION SHOULD BE USED ONLY WITH
PANASONIC CF-30 AND CF-31 MODEL COMPUTERS. PANASONIC CF-29 AND EARLIER
MODELS ARE NOT COMPATIBLE.
Input Cable
• FOR PROPER SYSTEM FUNCTION, PANASONIC RECOMMENDS USING A 120W POWER
SUPPLY (LPS-104 OPTIONAL) WITH A CF-31 HIGH POWER (2.5GHz) COMPUTER.
• FOR CF-31 MEDIUM (2.4GHz) AND LOW (2.2 GHz) POWER COMPUTERS, A 90W POWER
SUPPLY (LPS-101 OPTIONAL) IS ACCEPTABLE, HOWEVER A 120W POWER SUPPLY
(LPS-104 OPTIONAL) MAY ALSO BE USED.
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Related Products
DS-PAN-110 Series
Havis Rugged Mobile Docking Station
For Panasonic CF-30 & CF-31 Toughbooks
Havis offers a wide variety of accessory products for use
with the DS-PAN-110 Series Docking Station.
For more information or to order please visit www.havis.com.
Owner’s Manual
LPS-104
120W Power Supply
External power supply and cable for Panasonic CF-31
Toughbooks with cigarette lighter adaptor.
DS-PAN-111
DS-PAN-111-1
DS-PAN-111-2
DS-PAN-112
DS-PAN-112-1
DS-PAN-112-2
DS-PAN-113
DS-DA-409
Screen Stiffener
Secure your laptop screen to prevent excess wear and reduce
vibration while in use.
DS-DA-601
Rugged Communications Hub
Rugged USB/Ethernet hub makes adding peripherals to your mobile
workspace easy and safe.
DS-DA-102
USB Powered Keyboard Light
Soft red LED light illuminates the laptop keyboard for night viewing.
DS-DA-207
Card Reader Mounting Bracket
Mount an E-Seek Model 250 card reader to the side of the Docking Station.
(Bracket can be customized for other Card Reader Models)
Interactive Online Catalog
This new and exciting interactive catalog is an easy
to use, full color, online version of our printed catalog.
Visit www.haviscatalog.com for direct access
to the Interactive Catalog!
Product
Catalog
Mounting Solutions
Computing Solutions
Transport Solutions
www.havis.com
Power Management
Solutions
Lighting Solutions
1-800-524-9900
Havis, Inc.
75 Jacksonville Road, PO Box 2099
Warminster, PA 18974
47801 Anchor Court
Plymouth, MI 48170
www.havis.com
1-800-524-9900
www.havis.com
1-800-524-9900
DS-PAN-110-SERIES-OMN_1-12
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