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D600 USERGUIDE
DURASCANTM
Bluetooth® wireless technology
Contactless Reader/Writer
Model D600
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents2
Package Contents
3
Product Information
4
Charge the Battery
6
Optional Charging Accessories
7
Powering on/off
8
Reading Tags
9
Bluetooth Connection Modes10-11
Bluetooth Unpairing12
Factory Reset13
Auto Mode Charging Stand14
Bluetooth ReConnection15
Status Indicators
21-24
Product Specifications
25-26
Helpful Resources27
Safety and Handling Information28
Bluetooth Device United States29-30
Bluetooth Device Canada
31
Bluetooth Device Europe
32
Bluetooth Device Japan
33
Battery Warning Statements
34-35
Regulatory Compliance
36
Limited Warranty37
Configuration Cards38
PACKAGE CONTENTS
DuraScan
D600
Lanyard
USB to DC Plug
Charging Cable
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PRODUCT INFORMATION
NFC Antenna
Read Indicator Light
Product label
Bluetooth Light (Blue)
Battery Light (Green/Yellow/Red)
Trigger button
Power button*
Power Connector
Cradle/Stand
Attachment
Lanyard Eyelet
Pins for charging
cradle/stand
The D600 has a protection rating of IP54 for dust and water protection. It is also
made with antimicrobial material to help provide protection against bacteria.
*Also used to display the on-screen keyboard in Basic Mode (iOS only).
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READER SETUP
Attach the Lanyard (optional)
1.Detach the string loop of the tether from the lanyard.
2.Feed the string loop through the eyelet.
3.Pull the gimbal through the string loop.
4.Pull tight so the string loop is secure.
5.Reattach the string loop’s tether to the lanyard.
5
CHARGE THE BATTERY
Power Adapter
Rubber Flap
To open
The reader must be fully charged before first use. Please allow 6 hours
of uninterrupted charging for the initial battery charge.
Lift the rubber flap to access the power connector.
•Yellow Light = Charging
•Green Light = Fully charged
Important: Charging from a computer USB port is not reliable and
not recommended.
The reader beeps twice (high-high tone) to indicate a valid power
supply is detected and the reader has started charging.
Only use a USB to DC plug charging cable (with the yellow plastic
tip, provided by Socket Mobile)
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OPTIONAL CHARGING ACCESSORIES
Available separately
Charging Cradle
Charging Stand*
AC Power Supply
International Adapters
available
*Supports continuous read modes.
For all optional accessories visit our Socket Store.
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POWERING ON/OFF
Power button
Powering On:
Powering Off/ Disconnecting:
Press and hold down the small
power button until the Battery
light turns on and the reader beeps
twice (low-high).
Press and hold down the small
power button until the reader
beeps twice (high-low) and all
lights turn off.
The reader will power off
automatically if device is not connected within 5 minutes. Reader
connected to a device will power
off within 2 hours if idle/inactive.
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READING TAGS
Reading Tags
1.Hold the reader within two inches of the card, tag or smart device
2.The card, tag, or smart device should be parallel to the D600 antenna
3.Press the trigger button momentarily; the read indicator light turns
orange while reading/pulling a tag.
4.Hold the reader steady until the read operation is complete (orange
LED turns to green).
By default, the reader will beep, vibrate, and the read indicator will
flash green to confirm a successful read.
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BLUETOOTH CONNECTION MODES
Connect your reader using one of the following Bluetooth connection
modes:
Bluetooth Connection Profiles
Bluetooth Mode
Basic Mode (HID)
(Default)*
Human Interface
Device Profile
Application Mode
(RDR)
Reader Only
Application Mode
(PC/SC)
Personal Computer
/ Smart Card
Description
• NO software installation required
• Connects to most devices
• Good for RFID tags containing small amounts of
data
• Reader interacts with host device like a keyboard
• Software installation is required
• More efficient and reliable data communications
for RFID tags containing lots of data
• If you have an application that supports the
Socket Mobile reader, this is the mode recommended
• SDK-enabled functions to support Read & Write
capabilities
*By default, the reader is set to Basic Mode (HID).
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BLUETOOTH CONNECTION MODES
Bluetooth Connection Mode button sequence will toggle the D600 between
Mode B and Mode A.
Follow the Bluetooth Connection Mode (button) sequence:
1.Power OFF the D600.
2.Press and hold the trigger button.
3.Press and hold the power button while continuing to press the trigger
button. Hold both buttons for 10 seconds.
4.After 10 seconds, release both buttons. The D600 will play the Success
Melody and it will be powered on and ready to pair in the new mode.
Note: If either button is released before 10 seconds, the D600 just performs a normal Power on.
Mode Indications:
a. Mode B - two tones synchronized with two short vibrations and two
green RFID LED flashes
b. Mode A - three tones synchronized with three short vibrations and three
green RFID LED flashes
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BLUETOOTH UNPAIRING
Note: This procedure will put the reader in discoverable mode.
Step 1: Unpairing the reader: Delete the Bluetooth Pairing
If the reader is paired with a device, unpair it before trying to
connect to a different device.
a.Power on the reader.
b.Press the trigger button then power button and hold both until you hear
3 beeps.
The reader will unpair and automatically power off. The next time you
power on the reader, it will be discoverable.
Step 2: Remove or forget the reader from the Bluetooth list on the
host device
Important: Both steps above must be done to complete
the unpairing.
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FACTORY RESET
Factory Reset will restore the D600 to Factory Default settings (configured
as shipped).
Follow the Factory Reset (button) sequence:
1.Power ON the reader.
2.Press and hold the trigger button.
3.Tap the power button once while continuing to press the trigger.
Tap the power button
1
2
4.Keep holding the trigger button until you hear a beep
(about15 seconds).
When you release the trigger button you will hear 5 confirmation beeps.
The next time you power on the D600, it will take longer to start up. After
it finishes powering on, it will have factory default settings (HID mode).
Note: If you follow this sequence but release the trigger button too early
(before 15 seconds and the beep) the Factory Reset will fail.
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RECOVER MODE
To cancel a firmware update and restore your previous state, follow
the Rescue Mode (button) sequence:
1.Power Off the D600 and disconnect from external power (DC-in Jack,
Charging Stand, Charging Cradle)
2.With the end of a pen, press and hold the Restore Button (located next
to the power jack).
Restore Button
3.Connect the D600 to external power while holding the Reset Button for
about one second.
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RECOVER MODE
4.When the D600 starts in Recover mode, the Power and RFID LEDs
become solid red.
Note: It is possible to cancel the Recover (so the firmware update remains) by pressing the Power Button (instead of the Trigger Button) in
Step 4. Then the D600 will perform a normal power on.
5.Remove the pen from the Restore Button.
6.Tap the Trigger Button to confirm the firmware recovers the previous
Good Release state.
The D600 will rewrite its firmware. Power and RFID LEDs blink red for 16
seconds during the process, then the reader will restart.
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AUTO MODE (CHARGING STAND)
If you have purchased the Socket Mobile Charging Stand, the D600 can
both charge and read stationary in Auto Mode.
1.Pair and connect the D600 to your device prior to placing the reader in
Auto Mode. The reader is not discoverable when in Auto Mode and in
the Stand. This facilitates a fast
connection to the current connected device when powered on (for example the start of the new business day).
2.The Trigger button must be pressed to disable Presentation Mode (and
enable Mobile Mode) after the reader is removed from the Stand.
3.The reader will not turn off when its in Presentation Mode and in the
Stand under AC Power.
4.To avoid excessive power drain, the reader should not be left out of
the Stand in Auto Mode. Either press the Trigger button or Power off the
reader.
Auto Mode (In the Stand)
Action
Notification
Behavior
Beep Pattern
Light Activity
Vibrate
Place Reader in
the Stand
Reader switches to
Presentation Mode
High-high tone confirms
proper seating*
Battery Status
Light is Disabled
None
Place an RFID tag
in the Reader’s
Field of View
Initiate Read
operation
1 Beep when Data
successfully reads
Green Light blinks
(while reading)
None
Mobile Mode (Not in the Stand)
Action
Behavior
Notification
Beep Pattern
Light Activity
Vibrate
Remove the
Reader from the
Stand and press
the Trigger button
Reader switches
to Mobile Mode
None
Battery Status
Light is Enabled
Enabled
Press the Trigger
button
Initiate Read
operation
1 Beep when Data
successfully read
Green Light blinks
(while reading)
Vibrate when Data
successfully read
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BLUETOOTH RECONNECTION
Automatic Reconnections
Each time you power on the reader, it will automatically try to
connect to the last device it was connected to.
• Make sure the device is in range with Bluetooth turned on.
• Pressing the trigger button will initiate the attempts to connect.
• If using Application Mode, make sure the Reader-enabled
Application is launched or running.
• If a connection is made, the blue light will stop blinking and turn solid.
• If a connection is not made after several attempts, the reader will emit
a long beep (and the blue light will turn off).
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BLUETOOTH CONNECTION MODES
Operating System Connection Options
Operating Systems
(OS)
Devices
Bluetooth
HID
Support
Bluetooth
APP
Support
Android
Android 4.4 & later
Yes
Yes
Apple iOS
iPod, iPhone, & iPad
Yes
Yes
Windows PC
Windows 7, 8, 10
Yes
No
Mac OS
Mac OS X 10.4 to 10.X
Mac Books, Mac Mini,
& iMac
Yes
No
Note: To switch from one mode to the other you must remove the
pairing information from both devices - host computer and the reader.
(see Bluetooth Unpairing procedure on page 12)
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BASIC MODE
Android: Connect Android Device in Basic Mode
In this mode the reader functions and communicates similar to a keyboard. Therefore, the reader will work with Notes, and any other
application that support an active cursor.
1.Power on the reader. Make sure the reader is
discoverable (unpaired) The Blue light blinks fast.
2.Settings | Bluetooth.
3.Make sure the device has Bluetooth “On” and read for devices.
4.In the list of found devices, select D600 [xxxxxx]. Tap Pair.
5.The reader will connect to the Android device.
6.The reader will beep once after it has connected.
Note: The characters in bracket are the last 6 characters of the Bluetooth
address.
*If you have trouble connecting or pairing with host device, turn host
device’s Bluetooh off/on, and/or perform Factory Reset to the reader
(see page 13).
Now you are ready to read RFID tags!
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BASIC MODE
Apple: Connect to Apple iOS Device or Mac OS Device Basic Mode
In this mode the reader functions and communicates similar to a keyboard. Therefore, the reader will work with Safari, Notes, and any other
application that supports an active cursor.
1.Power on the reader. Make sure the reader is
discoverable (unpaired). The Blue light blinks fast.
2.Start a Bluetooth device search.
• Settings | Bluetooth: Turn on Bluetooth and search for device.
• Mac OS: Click System Preferences | Bluetooth. A Bluetooth device
search will begin.
3.In the device list, tap on D600 [xxxxxx]. Tap Pair.
4.The reader will connect to the Apple device.
5.The reader will beep once after it has connected.
Note: The characters in bracket are the last 6 characters of the Bluetooth
address.
Now you are ready to read RFID tags!
To use the virtual keyboard while the reader is connected, double tap on
the power button. See YouTube video for demonstration.
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BASIC MODE
Windows: Connect Windows Device in Basic Mode
In this mode the reader functions and communicates similar to a
keyboard. Therefore, the reader will work with Notes, and any other
application that supports an active cursor.
1. Turn Bluetooth on for your device. Go to Settings > Bluetooth. A
Bluetooth Devices search will begin.
2. Tap Socket D600[xxxxxx] in the list of Devices found. After a few
seconds the “Not Paired” status will change to “Connected” or
“Paired” and the reader blue light will stop blinking and turn solid
blue.
Note: The characters in bracket are the last 6 characters of the Bluetooth
address.
Now you are ready to read RFID tags!
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APPLICATION MODE
Connect Apple iOS device in Application Mode
Please check with your reader application vendor or visit
www.socketmobile.com/appstore to confirm your reader-enabled
application supports the reader.
If you are using the reader with an Apple iOS device and a
reader-enabled Application that does not provide instructions how to
connect your reader, please use the following steps.
1. Power on the reader. Make sure the reader is discoverable (unpaired).
The Blue light should be blinking fast.
2. Turn on Bluetooth on the Apple device. Go to Settings > Bluetooth.
A Bluetooth Devices search will begin
3. Launch your reader-enabled Application. The reader will beep once
indicating that it is connected to the appropriate application.
Now you are ready to read RFID tags!
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STATUS INDICATORS
Battery Charging
when plugged
into Power
Supply
Battery Status
When not
connected to
power supply
LED Activity
Meaning
Blinking Yellow
Charging the battery
Solid Green
Battery is 100% full
LED Activity
Meaning
Solid Green
Battery capacity from 100%
to 25%
Solid Yellow
Battery capacity from 25%
to 10%
Solid Red
Warning - Battery capacity
below 10%
Blinking Red
Charge immediately!
The battery level is
critically low. Alternatively,
if battery capacity is
unknown battery status will
blink red until the power
is applied & reader is fully
charged.
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STATUS INDICATORS (CONTINUED)
Bluetooth
Bluetooth
Read
Read
LED Activity
Meaning
Quick Blinking Blue
(2 blinks every
second)
Discoverable - waiting for a
host Bluetooth connection.
Slow Blinking Blue
(1 blink every second)
Attempting to connect to
a paired device. Searching
the last known Host.
Note: Will STOP attempting
after approx. 1 minute.
No Light - No Activity
Reader has attempted to
connect and failed. Press
trigger button to try again.
Solid Blue
Reader is connected
LED Activity
Meaning
Solid Orange
Reader is poling for an RFID
Blink Green Once
Good Read
Blink Red Once
Bad Read
Solid Red - for as long
as power button is
pressed
Power Button Pressed
Quick Blinking Green
(2 blinks every
second)
Reader is in bootloader
mode during firmware
upgrade.
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STATUS INDICATORS (CONTINUED)
Beep Pattern
Sound Meaning
Low-High Tone
Power On
High-Low Tone
Power Off
High-High Tone
Power Supply detected and reader started
charging
1 Low Beep
Reader has toggled on-screen keyboard or keyboard
toggle feature is enabled (iOS devices only)
1 Beep
Reader connected to device and is ready to read
tags
1 Beep
Data successfully read
2 Beeps (same
tone)
Reader disconnected
1 Long Beep
Reader gave up searching for a host
3 Beeps
(escalating tone)
Reader has been reconfigured (the configuration
card successfully)
3 Beeps (escalating tone followed
by long tone)
The configuration card did NOT work! (Verify if the
configuration card used is valid for your reader and
try again)
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STATUS INDICATORS (CONTINUED)
Vibrate
Meaning
Short Pulse
Data successfully read
Medium Pulse
Power on
Long Pulse
Data unsuccessfully read
If you are using a reader-enabled application, typically the application provides settings for LED, beep, and vibrations.
Configuration Settings
Time after powering on Reader
Bluetooth mode
0-5 minutes
Discoverable and connectable
5 minutes
If connection is not made, reader
powers off
2 hours
If your reader is connected but not
used it will power off in 2 hours.
When trigger button is pressed the
timer is reset.
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
D600
Dimensions (L x W x H) 5.2” x 1.5” x 1.6” (132.2 x 37.1 x 40.1 mm)
Total Mass
3.8 oz (108 g)
Antimicrobial
Antimicrobial additive in external surfaces
Battery
1400 mAh Lithium - Ion Battery
Charge Time
6 Hours
Battery Life Per Full Charge
Standby time: over 30 hours
Active Read Time: 70,000 reads within 9 hours
(based on 2 reads every 1 second) or 14,000
reads within 16 hours (calculation based on 1
read every 4 seconds)
Note: Battery life varies depending on
operating conditions.
Bluetooth Version
Bluetooth Low Energy v4.2
Bluetooth SIG
Design ID 83178
Wireless Range
330ft (100 m) line of sight
Reader Type
NFC/RFID (13.56 MHz)
HF RFID Tags
Supported:
ISO15693: ICode SL2, LRI512, my-d, Tag-It HF-I
Proprietary: ICode SL1, PicoTag (no anti-collision), Tag-It HF
ISO/IEC 14443 A and B compliant tags with all
variants (Mifare, Sony FeliCA)
Compliant with EPC GEN 2 HF and ISO 18000-3
mode 3
ThinFilm: NFC Barcodes
NFC: NFCIP-1, ISO/IEC 18092) in 2 modes: reader
and peer-to-peer, initiator, passive
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
D600
Maximum RFID Read
Range:
0.4” - 2” (10 - 50 mm)
NFC/RFID front-end:
NXP CLRC663
Carrier frequency:
13.56 MHz (RFID HF, NFC)
Card/tag Read/Write
Speed:
264 kbps (ISO 15693), 1064kbps (ISO 14443,
212/424kbps (ISO 18092)
Antenna:
Integrated, 28mm x 14mm, balanced
Systems/Battery
Charging Requirement
USB Type 5V 1A
Power Connector
EIAJ - 02 DC-in
Operating
Temperature
-4° to 122° F (-20° to 50° C)
Storage Temperature
-40° to 158° F (-40° to 70° C)
Relative Humidity
95% at 140° F (60° C) (non-condensing), 4 days
Sealing
IP54 (Ingress Protection rating for dust and
water) EN60529
Drop Specifications
Multiple 5 ft. drops to concrete
Tumble Specification
250 cycles at 1.64 ft. (0.5 m) (500 drops),
IEC60062-2-31
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HELPFUL RESOURCES
Technical Support & Product Registration:
https://support.socketmobile.com
Phone: 800-279-1390 +1-510-933-3020 (worldwide)
Warranty Checker:
https://www.socketmobile.com/support/warranty-checker
Socket Mobile Developer Program:
Learn more at: http://www.socketmobile.com/developers
The User’s Guide (full installation and usage instructions) and Command
Tags (Advanced Reader Configurations) can be download at:
https://www.socketmobile.com/support/downloads
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SAFETY AND HANDLING INFORMATION
WARNING: Failure to follow these safety instructions could result in
fire or other injury or damage to the tag readers or other property.
Carrying and Handling the DuraScan NFC/RFID Reader:
The Socket Mobile D600 contains sensitive components. Do not disassemble, open, crush, bend, deform, puncture, shred, microwave, incinerate,
paint, or insert foreign objects into this unit.
Do not attempt to disassemble the product. Should your unit need
service, contact Socket Mobile technical support at
https://support.socketmobile.com/
Changes or modifications of this product, not expressly approved by
Socket Mobile may void the user’s authority to use the equipment.
Do not charge the DuraScan tag reader using an AC adapter when operating the unit outdoors, or in the rain.
Operating Temperature - this product is designed for a maximum ambient
temperature of 50° C or 122° F.
Pacemaker Disclaimer: We do not have specific information on the
effect(s) of vibration or Bluetooth devices on pacemakers.
Socket Mobile cannot provide specific guidance.
Individuals who are concerned with using the tag reader should immediately turn the device off.
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BLUETOOTH DEVICE UNITED STATES
FCC ID: LUBD600
Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement
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 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 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.
FCC Caution: To assure continued compliance, any changes or
modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
(Example - use only shielded interface cables when connecting to
computer or peripheral devices).
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BLUETOOTH DEVICE UNITED STATES
FCC Radiation Exposure Statement
This equipment complies with FCC RF radiation exposure limits set forth
for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and
operated with a minimum distance of 20 centimeters between the radiator and your body. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation
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BLUETOOTH DEVICE CANADA
IC ID: 2529A-D600
This device complies with Industry Canada license 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.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie Canada applicables
aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L’exploitation est autorisée aux
deux conditions suivantes: (1) l’appareil ne doit pas produire de
brouillage, et (2) l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage
radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d’en
compromettre le fonctionnement.
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BLUETOOTH DEVICE EUROPE
CE Marking & European Union Compliance
Products intended for sale within the European Union are marked with a
CE Mark, which indicates compliance to applicable Directives and European Normes (EN), as follows. Amendments to these Directives or ENs are
included: Normes (EN), as follows:
Applicable Directives:
• Bluetooth Products: R&TTE Directive 2014/53EW
• Low Voltage Directives: 2014/35/EU, and 2006/95/EC
• EMC Directive: 2004/108/EU
• Rotts Directive: 2011/65/EU
• WEEE Directive: 2012/19/EU
SAFETY: EN 60950-1: 2006/A11
:2009/A1
:2010/A12
:2011/A2:2013
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BLUETOOTH DEVICE JAPAN
Telec Marking Compliance
R 211-161214
Products intended for sale within the country of Japan are marked with a
Telec mark, which indicates compliance to applicable Radio Laws, Articles
and Amendments.
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BATTERY WARNING STATEMENTS
This device contains a rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery.
Stop charging DuraScan D600 if charging isn’t completed within the
normal specified time (approx. 6 hours).
Stop charging the battery if the DuraScan D600 case becomes abnormally
hot, or shows signs of odor, discoloration, deformation, or abnormal conditions is detected during use, charge, or storage.
Stop using the DuraScan D600 if the enclosure is cracked, swollen or
shows any other signs of misuse. Discontinue immediately and promptly
dispose of unit.
Your device contains a rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery which may
present a risk of fire or chemical burn if mistreated. Do not charge or use
the unit in a car or similar place where the inside temperature may be
over 60 degrees C or 140 degrees F.
• Never throw the battery into a fire, as that could cause the battery to
explode.
• Never short circuit the battery by bringing the terminals in contact
with another metal object. This could cause personal injury, or fire,
and could also damage the battery.
• Never dispose of used batteries with other ordinary solid wastes.
Batteries contain toxic substances.
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BATTERY WARNING STATEMENTS
• Dispose of used batteries in accordance with the prevailing
community regulations that apply to the disposal of batteries.
• Never expose this product or the battery to any liquids.
• Do not shock the battery by dropping it or throwing it.
If this unit shows any type of damage, such as bulging, swelling or
disfigurement, discontinue use and promptly dispose.
Product Disposal
Your device should not be placed in municipal waste. Please check local
regulations for disposal of electronic products.
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REGULATORY COMPLIANCE
CE MARKING AND EUROPEAN UNION COMPLIANCE
Testing for compliance to CE requirements was performed by an
independent laboratory. The unit under test was found compliant with all
the applicable Directives, 2004/108/EC and 2006/95/EC.
WASTE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
The WEEE directive places an obligation on all EU-based
manufacturers and importers to take-back electronic products at the end
of their useful life.
RoHS STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE
This product is compliant to Directive 2011/95/EC.
NON-MODIFICATION STATEMENT
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by
the party responsible for compliance.
WEEE
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LIMITED WARRANTY
Socket Mobile Incorporated (Socket) warrants this product against
defects in material and workmanship, under normal use and service,
for one (1) year from the date of purchase. Product must be purchased
new from a Socket Authorized Distributor or Reseller. Used products and
products purchased through non-authorized channels are not eligible for
this warranty support.
Warranty benefits are in addition to rights provided under local
consumer laws. You may be required to furnish proof of purchase details
when making a claim under this warranty.
Consumables such as batteries, removable cables, cases, straps,
and chargers: 90 day coverage only
For more warranty information, please visit:
https://www.socketmobile.com/support/downloads
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CONFIGURATION CARDS
Read configuration card(s) to quickly configure the Reader.
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Extend Your Warranty...
Receive Priority Service and Personal Care.
You have 60 Days from purchase date to enroll in a SocketCare Service
Program!
For detailed information visit:
https://www.socketmobile.com/socketcare
2017