USER GUIDE
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Chap. 1 - Introduction
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1.2 Warnings
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1.3 Main specifications
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1.4 Package contents
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Chap. 2 - Getting started
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2.1 Installation instructions
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2.2 Main commands
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2.3 - Battery charging
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2.4 LED indication
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2.5 Initial ignition (only dual unit version)
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2.6 Initial ignition (only single unit version)
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2.7 Voice guide language setting:
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2.8 Listening priority
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Chap. 3 - Settings
3.1 System settings
Chap. 4 – Intercom
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4.1 Pairing
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4.1.1: Manual pairing
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4.1.2: Pairing to a PREVIOUS SERIES INTERCOM device
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4.1.3: Pairing with a NON-Interphone (ANYCOM™) device
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4.2 Two-unit intercom conversation
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4.3 Three-unit intercom conversation
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4.4 Four-unit intercom conversation
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4.5 Automatic reconnection
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4.6 VOX Intercom
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4.7 Warnings and suggestions
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Chap. 5 - Phone/GPS
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5.1 Pairing
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5.2 Telephone use
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5.3 Warnings and tips for using the phone
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5.4 GPS
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Chap. 6 – FM RADIO
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6.1 Listening to FM radio
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6.2 “FM radio” function warnings and suggestions
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Chap. 7 - Music
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1.1 Presentation
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7.1 Playing music
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7.2 Sharing music
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7.3 “MUSIC” function warnings and suggestions
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CHAP. 1 - INTRODUCTION
1.1 Presentation
1.4 Package contents
Thank you for choosing this product. SPORT Interphone is a Bluetooth® helmet device for wireless entertainment and communication between multiple motorcyclists.
SPORT Interphone can be installed on most helmets with a quick attachment/detachment bracket.
SPORT Interphone is certified to withstand harsh weather, with “IP67” protection level.
1.2 Warnings
BATTERY
Fully charge the battery before using the product for the first time.
Do not store the Product without charging it. Failure to do so may cause irreversible damage to the
battery capacity. Charge the battery every TWO months.
IMPERMEABILITY
The external unit (control unit), connected to the audio kit, is classified IP67 according to the IEC60529
standard. The control unit, connected to the audio kit, can therefore be immersed in a metre of fresh
water for a maximum of 30 (thirty) minutes.
Despite this classification, the device is not immune to greater stress, such as prolonged immersions or
high pressure water jets.
Using the product during intense meteorological phenomena, at high speeds, may be equivalent to
subjecting the product to a high pressure jet.
FOLLOW ALL SUGGESTIONS CAREFULLY TO AVOID DAMAGING THE DEVICE:
Do not immerse the product in fresh water which is more than a metre deep for more than 30 minutes.
Do not store the product when still wet: dry it with a clean, soft cloth. Dry any water or moisture present
in the connector of the control unit and/or audio kit with hot air for at least 10 minutes, so as to prevent
the oxidation of the contacts.
Do not expose the product to salt water or ionised water, drinks or other liquids. If the device is exposed
to liquids other than fresh water, wash the device with cold fresh water and dry it carefully with a clean,
soft cloth.
Do not expose the product to high pressure water jets.
Make sure that the audio kit connector is completely inserted in the control unit. If not, complete protection against water and dust is not guaranteed.
Speaker kit
Microphone for flip-up/jet helmet
Microphone for full face helmet
USB cable for charging and data
1.3 Main specifications
• Intercom: SPORT Interphone allows communication between two motorcyclists of up to a maximum
distance of 1 km (in open field). The communication between three or four motorcyclists in conference
is also possible.
• Telephone/GPS: SPORT Interphone can be connected simultaneously to a maximum of two devices
(mobile phone/GPS navigators).
• Radio FM: SPORT Interphone has an integrated FM-RDS receiver for the 88-108 MHz band. It is possible to store up to 8 stations.
• Music: SPORT Interphone can play music from Bluetooth® devices, through A2DP and AVRCP profiles
(smartphones, MP3 player etc.).
• Quick touch™: SPORT Interphone features a Quick touch™ interface consisting of four keys for direct
access to the functions. The single pressing of a button will activate the corresponding function, quickly
and intuitively, without the need for a menu.
Adhesive bracket
Clamp bracket
X2
Velcro and spare sponges
QUICK GUIDE
CHECK FOR SOFTWARE UPDATES ON WEBSITE
www.interphone.com
In the dual version, the material shown in the red box is present in the quantities of two pieces for each
component.
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CHAP. 2 - GETTING STARTED
2.1 Installation instructions
2.2 Main commands
Follow the sequence shown in the figures below for installation of the components.
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Volume +
2
Music
Up (<)
Phone
Intercom / On-Off
music
Bluetooth Unit
fm
Led
If possible, remove the two
cushions or padding
Volume -
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3
Position the strips of Velcro
for the speakers
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Locate the area in correspondence
with the ear
Down (>)
FM Radio
Place the speakers
Choose the microphone to use:
Power On
Press
Power Off
Hold pressed
until the red LED comes on and
the device turns off
Volume
Press the buttons “Volume +” to increase and
“Volume –” to decrease the volume.
Intercom, FM radio, phone and music functions
Press
to directly activate (or deactivate) the
intercom communication.
Press fm to directly activate (or deactivate) FM
radio.
Press
to directly access the functions of the
phone.
Press music to directly activate (or deactivate) the
playing of music.
until the blue LED comes on
These commands are via direct access. It is
therefore possible to move from one function to
another with the pressing of a button. It is not
necessary to disable a function before moving
on to another.
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Filp-up/jet helmet
Full face helmet
2.3 - Battery charging
Insert the micro USB charging cable into the relevant intercom connector, as shown in the figure. Connect the cable to a standard USB charger.
LED indications:
- red LED: charging.
- mgreen LED: fully charged.
2.5 Initial ignition (only dual unit version)
Press
on both the units to switch on the devices. The units are already paired by default.
2.6 Initial ignition (only single unit version)
Press
to turn the unit on. The device will go into “PAIRING MODE”. These are the possible choices:
- pairing with Cellularline Interphone devices (see chapter 4.1).
- pairing with intercoms of other manufacturers (see chapter 4.1.4).
- phone or GPS navigation pairing (see chapter 5.1).
2.7 Voice guide language setting:
• With the device turned on, press and hold the UP button (<) until the third beep. The LED will be purple.
• Press + to select the desired language.
• Keep pressing the UP button (<) until the third beep to save the selection. The LED will flash blue.
2.8 Listening priority
The device uses the following priorities in managing the various functions:
1. Mobile phone
2. Intercom (communication with other intercoms)
3. Bluetooth® A2DP audio source (Music from smartphone/Google Maps, MP3 Player etc.)
4. FM radio
This sequence is used by the device to manage the simultaneous use of multiple functions and to choose which function to stop.
Examples:
• if a call is received while listening to music, the latter will be interrupted, automatically switching to
the phone audio.
• If an intercom call is received while engaged in a phone call, the latter will not be interrupted.
2.4 LED indication
Standby
The BLUE LED flashes approximately every 3
seconds.
Intercom active
The LED turns BLUE with button intensity.
Device connected with phone/GPS
The LED emits a double BLUE flash approximately every 3 seconds.
Playing music from a Bluetooth® source
The LED emits an alternate BLUE flash.
Device in pairing mode
The LED flashes RED/BLUE alternately.
Searching for another Bluetooth® device
The LED flashes RED/BLUE rapidly and alternately.
Settings mode active:
The LED lights up PURPLE.
Charging
The LED comes on RED during charging. The LED
comes on GREEN when charging is complete.
Dead battery
The LED lights up RED.
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CHAP. 3 - SETTINGS
CHAP. 4 – INTERCOM
Changing the settings:
Pressing each button will change a parameter, according to the figure shown below.
4.1 Pairing
Enter settings mode:
With the device turned on, press and hold the UP button (<) until the third beep. The LED will be purple.
Save the selected settings:
To save the parameters set simply exit the settings mode by keeping pressed the UP button (<) until the
third beep. The LED will flash blue.
The device enables the interphone communication (function named “INTERCOM”) across multiple devices in conference (several people talking at once).
Before starting the communication between intercoms it is necessary to perform pairing of the various
devices. This process will only need to be performed once.
Subsequently the interphone will automatically recognise the previously paired devices.
SPORT Interphone is compatible with the entire INTERPHONE range (including the previous series) and
with the ANYCOM function. It is also compatible with the interphones of other manufacturers.
Each SPORT Interphone can be paired to a maximum of two intercoms.
If a device already has two intercoms paired, performing a third pairing with erase the pairing
with the first device paired.
Selezione lingua
Guida vocale
4.1.1: Manual pairing
Automatic volume
Integral/Jet/Off
Vox intercom
On/Off
Voice telephone
response On/Off
music
Bluetooth Unit
Erase pairings
(5” press)
RDS
On/Off
• LANGUAGE SELECTION each press of the button selects a different language for the voice guidance.
• AUTOMATIC VOLUME: (INTEGRAL/JET/OFF): the device can automatically adjust the listening volume,
depending on the type of helmet being used. The function can be completely disabled, in which case
the user will manually adjust the volume. The maximum audio level possible can be obtained with the
AUTOMATIC VOLUME OFF.
• VOX: (ON/OFF): Each press of the button switches the function on/off. See Chap. 4.6 for further details.
• ERASE PAIRINGS: press this button for 5 seconds to delete from the memory all previously paired
Bluetooth devices. When erasing the pairings, exiting the Settings mode, the device will automatically
enter pairing mode, shown in Chap. 2.6.
• RDS On/Off: this service allows the device to tune to an alternative frequency when the signal becomes too weak. Each press of the button activates/deactivates the function.
• VOICE RESPONSE: Where a phone call is received, it is possible to answer the call with a simple voice
command. This function can be switched on/off.
4.1.2: Pairing to a PREVIOUS SERIES INTERCOM device
1. With the second Interphone unit (previous series) off, press and hold the central MFB button until
alternate red/blue flashing of the LEDs.
2. With SPORT Interphone off, press and hold
until the LED flashes red/blue.
3. Press briefly
on SPORT Interphone.
4.After a few seconds the units will be paired and the intercom conversation will be started.
1. In the NON-Interphone unit, start the telephone search/pairing mode; refer to the user manual of the
intercom to be paired.
until the LED flashes red/blue.
2. With SPORT Interphone off, press and hold
3. Press
on SPORT Interphone.
4. After a few seconds the units will be paired and the intercom conversation will be started.
4.2 Two-unit intercom conversation
1. Pair unit 1 with unit 2 (Chap. 4.1.2), operation only required the first time.
2. Press briefly
on unit 1 or on unit 2.
3. Press again briefly
on unit 1 or on unit 2 to interrupt the communication.
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2
music
music
fm
fm
4.3 Three-unit intercom conversation
1. Pair unit 1 with unit 2 and then unit 2 with unit 3 (Chap. 4.1.2), operation only required the first time.
2. Press briefly
on unit 2 to start the conversation in conference between units 1, 2, 3.
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until the LED flashes red/blue.
4.1.3: Pairing with a NON-Interphone (ANYCOM™) device.
fm
3.1 System settings
1. With the intercom off, on each unit, press and hold
2. Then briefly press
only on one of the two units.
2
3
music
music
music
fm
fm
fm
Commands with conference active:
on unit 2 to interrupt the conversation in conference.
• Press again
• Or press
on unit 1 to interrupt the conversation with other units
on unit 3 to interrupt the conversation with other units.
• Or press
• From unit 2, it is possible to call only unit 3 by pressing the “UP” button for 3 seconds, or only unit 1,
by pressing the “DOWN” button for 3 seconds
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music
fm
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4.4 Four-unit intercom conversation
1. Pair unit 1 to 2, then unit 2 with 3 and finally unit 3 with 4. (Chap. 4.1).
on unit 2 to start the conversation in conference between units 1, 2, 3.
2. Press briefly
on unit 4 to start the conversation in conference between units 1, 2, 3 with unit 4.
3. Press briefly
1
• Press the button
2
3
4
music
music
music
music
fm
fm
fm
fm
interrupts the conversation between the other units.
4.5 Automatic reconnection
SPORT INTERPHONE has the function of auto reconnection. When the unit is out of range, it will attempt
to reconnect. During the search period, an alert message will be heard.
After 10 minutes, if reconnection is not successful, the unit will go into Standby mode, interrupting the
of one of the units on
reconnection attempts. To stop the reconnection attempts, press the button
which auto reconnection is being attempted.
4.6 VOX Intercom
The VOX function allows the device to activate (speaking).
To deactivate the function, set “Vox Intercom” on “Off” (see Chap. 3.1).
4.7 Warnings and suggestions
During use in three/four user conference, to ensure the best system stability, avoid connecting other
Bluetooth® devices (telephones, GPS, etc.) to the intercom units.
Optimum operation of group conversation is ensured by only using Interphone-branded devices. The
audio quality of the “INTERCOM” function is strongly influenced by:
• the correct installation of speakers and microphone inside the helmet.
• surrounding environment (electromagnetic disturbances, natural obstacles etc.).
• the aerodynamic protection features of the motorcycle.
• type of helmet being used.
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CHAP. 5 - PHONE/GPS
SPORT Interphone can be connected to Bluetooth® devices, such as mobile phones, GPS and MP3
players.
Every SPORT Interphone can be connected simultaneously to up to two Bluetooth® devices (with the
exception of using the three- or four-unit INTERCOM function as described in Chap. 4.3/4.4).
5.1 Pairing
Before starting use of SPORT Interphone with these devices, it is necessary to perform pairing of the
various devices. This process need only be performed once. Subsequently SPORT Interphone will automatically recognise the devices previously paired and will automatically connect.
Pairing procedure
1) Activate the Bluetooth® function on the phone/GPS/MP3 (refer to the device manual for further details).
2) With SPORT Interphone in Standby mode (BLUE LED flashing), press together the buttons
+
for
3 seconds to activate “PAIRING mode” (BLUE and RED flashing).
3) Start searching for new Bluetooth® devices on the mobile phone / GPS / MP3 reader
4) After a few seconds the device will show “F6S” / “Interphone SPORT”. Select this option.
5) If prompted for a PIN or code, enter 0000 (four zeros).
6) The voice guide will confirm successful pairing with the message “SUCCESSFUL PAIRING, CONNECTED
TO THE PHONE”. The device will go into Standby mode (blue LED flashes twice every 3 seconds).
7) If the Bluetooth® device requires authorisation to access the list, provide confirmation.
To pair a second device, repeat the procedure from step 1).
5.2 Telephone use
As specified in section 2.8, a phone call has the highest priority than any other SPORT INTERPHONE
function. In case of receipt of a phone call use the commands shown in the following table:
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Answering a call
In case of an incoming call, press the
button
or say a word out loud (voice activated response
Chap. 3.1)
To end a call
To end a call press the
button or wait for the
other person to end the call.
Voice call
Press
Redialling last number
Press the
button until the beep (1.5 seconds)
to redial the last number.
Quick call
Press the
button until the second beep (3
seconds) to call the number set.
to activate the voice call
5.3 Warnings and tips for using the phone
If two different mobiles are connected at the same time, the functions “Redial last number” and “Voice
call” may only be used by the first phone connected.
An Internet connection on the mobile phone may be needed to use the “Voice call”.
The “Voice call” function may not be supported by your mobile phone (refer to your device manual for
further details).
5.5 GPS
After pairing the SPORT Interphone to the GPS (Chap. 5.1) it is possible to hear the voice prompts sent
by the navigator. During the intercom communication the GPS (if fitted) will interrupt the conversation
whenever it is necessary to transmit a voice prompt.
Attention: ensure the GPS is compatible with the Bluetooth® headsets. Consult the GPS user
manual for further information.
SPORT Interphone uses the Bluetooth® HFP profile to manage the connection to a GPS unit.
Navigators integrated within smartphones use the A2DP profile to send route directions. This profile
does not allow interruption of the intercom conversation.
Navigators sold for use in cars are NOT usually equipped with Bluetooth® HFP. For that reason they
cannot transmit voice prompts to Bluetooth® headsets. Consult the GPS user manual for further information.
CHAP. 6 – FM RADIO
SPORT Interphone has integrated FM radio with RDS and 8 stations that can be saved
6.1 Listening to FM radio
Press the
Forward/backward station search
Press the UP/DOWN button to start the forward/
backward search (from 88 MHz to 108 MHz) for
a station.
fm
button.
Press the UP button until the beep to select the
next saved station.
Press the DOWN button until the beep to select
the previous saved station.
Saving a station
SPORT Interphone can play music from Bluetooth® devices (smartphones, MP3 players etc.) equipped
with A2DP profile. To play music it is necessary to pair the devices to SPORT INTERPHONE (Chap. 5.1)
7.1 Playing music
Radio on/off
Memory selection
CHAP. 7 - MUSIC
Press the button fm until the beep (1.5 seconds)
to save the station being listened to.
Press the UP or DOWN button to select the memory (from no. 1 to no. 8) to save the station.
Play/Pause
Press the
music
Track selection
Press the UP or DOWN button to select the next
or previous track.
music
button to start/stop playback of
7.2 Sharing music
SPORT Interphone has a “SONG SHARING” function which allows music sharing with another Interphone.
UP
1
2
3
music
music
music
music
fm
fm
fm
fm
DOWN
Press the button fm to confirm the memory
(from no. 1 to no. 8).
Automatic Saving
Temporary (A.T.S.™ technology)
Press the button fm until the beep (3 seconds) to
save the 8 stations with the optimum frequency
Saving is temporary and the stations will be
deleted when the SPORT Interphone is restarted.
6.2 “FM radio” function warnings and suggestions.
SPORT Interphone has an FM receiver with RDS. This feature is used:
• when the tuned broadcast signal becomes too weak, SPORT Interphone will attempt to tune in to an
alternative frequency used by the same station.
In case the signal of the current station is not weak enough to trigger the search for an alternative station, it is possible that listening will be characterised by disturbances due to poor
signal strength. FM reception is strongly influenced by the surrounding environment (electromagnetic disturbances, natural obstacles etc.).
Start/Stop sharing
Press the UP button until the second beep to
start/stop music sharing with Interphone 3.
Press the DOWN button until the second beep to
start/stop music sharing with Interphone 1.
During music sharing, by pressing the button
it is possible to start an intercom communication.
7.3 “MUSIC” function warnings and suggestions.
• Only Bluetooth® devices with A2DP profile can transmit stereo music to the device.
• Only Bluetooth® devices with AVRCP profile can be controlled at a distance from the device.
• The sound quality of the music also depends on the quality of the audio source (bitrate and codec of
audio files, Bluetooth® player quality etc.).
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:
Bluetooth® compliance:
Bluetooth® v. 4.2 - Classe II
Supported Bluetooth profiles: HFP / A2DP / AVRCP
Dimensions mm:
55x85x25
Weight:68 g
Capacity:
Up to 10 metres
Talk time:
15 h
Stand-by time:
1000 h
Charging time:
3h
Battery type:
Lithium-ion rechargeable
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Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement
Industry Canada (IC) Statement
15.21 You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the part responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
15.105(b) This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC/IC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, 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 between the equipment and receiver.
-Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
-Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules and Industry Canada licence-exempt RSS standard(s)
Operation is subject to the following two conditions :
1)This device may not cause interference and
2)This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of
the device.
FCC/IC RF Radiation Exposure Statement :
This equipment complies with FCC/IC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment.
End users must follow the specific operating instructions for satisfying RF exposure compliance. This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
SAR is measured with the device at 0 mm to the body, while transmitting at the highest certified output power
level in all frequency bands of the device. The maximum SAR value is 1.75 W/kg (head/body) averaged over
10 gram of tissue.
WARNING: To prevent possible hearing damage, do not listen at high volume levels for long periods.
EN - INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE DISPOSAL OF APPLIANCES
FOR DOMESTIC USERS
(Applicable in countries in the European Union and those with separate waste collection systems)
This mark on the product or documentation indicates that this product must not be disposed of with other
household waste at the end of its life. To avoid any damage to health or the environment due to improper
disposal of waste, the user must separate this product from other types of waste and recycle it in a responsible
manner to promote the sustainable re-use of the material resources.
Domestic users should contact the dealer where they purchased the product or the local government office
for all the information regarding separate waste collection and recycling for this type of product. Corporate
users should contact the supplier and verify the terms and conditions in the purchase contract. This product
must not be mixed with other commercial waste.
This product has a battery than cannot be replaced by the user. Do not attempt to open the device to remove
the battery as this could cause malfunctions and seriously damage the product. When disposing of the
product, please contact the local waste disposal authority to remove the battery. The battery inside the
device was designed to be able to be used during the entire life cycle of the product
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EN - Hereby, Cellular Italia S.p.A declares that the radio equipment type BTF6 (Interphone Tour, Sport and
Link) is in compliance with
Directive 2014/53/EU and Directive ROHS (2011/65/EU). The user is prohibited from making any type of
change or variation to the device.
Variations or changes not expressly approved by Cellular Italia S.p.A will cancel the user’s authorisation to
use the device.
Only update with software provided by Cellular Italia S.p.A.
Bluetooth® is a trademark owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
The full text of the EU declaration of conformity is available at the following internet address: www.cellularline.com/it_it/dichiarazione-conformita/