i-400
Product
Information Guide
Technical Specifications
Bluetooth Compliance Bluetooth Specifications version 2.1
Frequency Band
2.4GHz ISM Spectrum; frequency hopping 79
channels
Modulation
GFSK (Gaussian Frequency Shift Keying)
RF Power
Class 2, -6-4dBm
Operating Range
Up to 10m (indoor)
Connection
Point-to-Point
Security
Security mode 3 (pairing, encryption, authentication)
Power Supply
Base input: 7.5V, 1.5A;
Handset input: Rechargeable Li-Polymer 450mAh
Charging time
6 hours
Compatibility
Mobile phones supporting Bluetooth 1.1 (and above)
specifications
Size (mm)
Base: 156 x 84 x 57; Handset: 156 x 63 x 40
Ambient temperature
Normal: 15℃ ~ 35℃, Extreme: 0℃ ~ 40℃
Humidity
0%~90%
? Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
This guide contains helpful information
that enables you to enjoy all of the features
of your BT handset.
20
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the BT handset. The new
product offers you a unique, wireless experience using
Bluetooth wireless technology. It is a model of efficiency,
offering wireless connections with iPhone. Please read
this guide before use and kindly note that the contents in
this guide may be updated without notice.
The BT handset is Bluetooth V2.1 compliance. It is
backward compatible with audio devices with V2.0 or
earlier. Its operation range is up to 10 meters (indoor);
operating power mode is Class 2 (-6-4dBm). This
Information Guide provides more details.
Bluetooth Wireless Technology
Bluetooth is a specification for short-range radio links
between mobile computers, mobile phones, digital
cameras, and other portable devices. The radio operates
on the globally available 2.4 GHz ISM 'free band', allowing
users to use "Bluetooth" equipment worldwide. The
Bluetooth devices communicate within a maximum of 10
meters; and do not need to be in line of sight.
2
Care and Maintenance
Do not attempt to open the BT handset, only the
authorized maintenance staff should perform the
service. Please check with your local dealer.
Do not expose the handset to liquid, moisture or
humidity. It is not waterproof.
Do not expose the handset to dusty and dirty
environment.
Do not expose the handset to fire. It may result in
explosion.
Do not expose or store the handset in high heat. High
temperature may shorten the life of electronic
components, damage battery, deform plastic parts.
Do not use harsh cleaning solvents or strong detergents
to clean the BT handset. Only use soft cloth to clean the
handset.
Do not throw, drop or knock the handset. Rough
handling can damage the handset.
Do keep the handset in proper storage, dry place, free
from dust and extreme temperatures when not in use.
Do not expose your handset in an environment
temperature above +55 deg C (+131 deg F). If the
handset is operated in cold temperatures, the battery
capacity is reduced. Use your handset in room
temperature for maximum battery capacity.
19
Symptom
Disable Bluetooth in
the iPhone and then
enable it again, the
disconnected
Bluetooth
connection between
the handset and the
iPhone cannot be
automatically
resumed.
18
Solution
Due to differences in each
iPhone's software, so it is
normal for some iPhone that
the Bluetooth connection
cannot be automatically
resumed. If in this case,
please establish the
Bluetooth connection
manually (See P11
"Connecting an iPhone").
Safety Information
Note: Nearly every electronic device is susceptible to
electromagnetic interference (EMI) if inadequately
shielded, designed, or otherwise configured for
electromagnetic compatibility.
To avoid electromagnetic interference and/or
compatibility conflicts, turn off your device in any facility
where posted notices instructed you to do so. Hospitals
or health care facilities may be using equipment that is
sensitive to external RF energy.
Some devices may interfere with some hearing aids.
If you use any other personal medical devices, consult
the manufacturer of your device to determine if it is
adequately shielded from RF energy. Your physician
may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.
Use only power supply approved for use with this
particular device. The use of any other type will
invalidate the warranty and can be dangerous.
Never try to disassemble or service the equipment by
yourself.
Keep the handset and accessories out of reach from
children.
There may be restrictions on using Bluetooth technology
in some locations. These could include hospitals, petrol
stations, laboratories, potentially explosive surroundings
and etc.
The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment
and shall be easily accessible.
3
Contents
Chapter 4: Additional Information
Chapter 1: Getting Started
Troubleshooting
6 Package Contents
7 BT Handset Overview
8 Connecting
Symptom
The handset
doesn't turn on.
8 Charging
9 Turning On or Off the Handset
Pairing with an iPhone
11
Connecting an iPhone
12
Disconnecting an iPhone
Chapter 3: Operations
13 Making a Call
14 Receiving a Call
14 Rejecting a Call
14 Ending a Call
15 Adjusting the Volume
15 Muting a Call
15 Call Waiting
16 LED Indicator
4
Ensure the battery is properly
charged, fully drained battery
may take a while to charge up.
Contact an authorized service
center.
Chapter 2: Bluetooth Settings
10
Solution
The handset is
unable to use with
the iPhone.
Ensure the handset and the
iPhone is turned on.
Ensure the Bluetooth feature
on the iPhone is activated.
Ensure the handset is paired to
the iPhone, please refer to
pairing procedure.
Ensure both the handset and
iPhone is within 10 meters
operating range. There are no
obstructions or interference in
between.
Try to pair the iPhone again if
the problem is still not solved.
17
LED Indicator
Chapter 4: Additional Information
17 Troubleshooting
Red LED (Charging indicator)
Handset Status
19 Care and Maintenance
LED Status
During the charging
ON (steadily)
Fully charged
OFF
20 Technical Specifications
21 Compatible Mobile Phones
Blue LED (Bluetooth indicator)
Handset Status
Power ON
(unconnected)
Standby (connected)
LED Status
Flashes at 1.5 seconds
interval (0.5 seconds ON, 1
second OFF)
Flashes at 3.5 seconds
interval (0.5 seconds ON, 3
seconds OFF)
During the pair mode, the red and blue indicator flash
alternately.
16
5
Chapter 1: Getting Started
Adjusting the Volume
Package Contents
During a conversation, press + button to increase or press
- button to decrease the volume. The handset volume will
increase or decrease.
Once you have unpacked your BT handset, make sure
that you have all of these parts. If any component is
missing or broken, please call your dealer.
Muting a Call
During a conversation, you can temporarily mute the
microphone so that the party on the other end of the line
cannot hear you. You can still hear the other party. This
enables you to converse privately with someone near you.
Handset
Power supply
(7.5V, 1.5A)
Base with
iPhone charger
i-400
To mute the microphone, press and hold - button for about
2 seconds. During the mute mode a prompt tone occurs
every 1 second.
To unmute the microphone, press and hold - button for
about 2 seconds again, a prompt tone occurs.
Product
Information Guide
3 Rubber
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Information Guide
Call Waiting
To answer an incoming call during an active call, press
and hold + button for about 2 seconds. This put the active
call on waiting, and enables you answer the second call.
Press
MFB to end the second call and reactivate the
first call.
During the second call, press and hold + button for about
2 seconds to return to the first call, meanwhile holds the
second call. At this time press
MFB to end the first call.
6
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Method 2: Using the BT Handset
BT Handset Overview
During a call, press and hold + and - buttons for about 2
seconds to switch the call between the BT handset and
the iPhone.
Handset
Earpiece
Note:
Volume
controls
To use this feature, the BT handset must be paired and
connected to the iPhone beforehand. For more details,
please refer to Bluetooth Settings section.
Receiving a Call
Multi-Function
Button (MFB)
Microphone
To answer a call, after the handset rings, press
MFB to
accept the call. You can also answer the call using the
iPhone.
LED indicator
Charging
pins
Base
Rejecting a Call
To reject an incoming call, after the handset rings, press
and hold
MFB for about 1 seconds.
Charging cradle
(for iPhone)
Charging cradle
(for BT handset)
Ending a Call
To end a call, press
using the iPhone.
14
MFB. You can also end the call
7
Connecting
Chapter 3: Operations
Connect the plug of the power supply to the power jack of
the base, and then plug the power supply into a standard
AC wall outlet.
Making a Call
Using the iPhone
Make calls on the iPhone in normal ways.
Voice Dialing
Your handset also support voice dialing with some
iPhones. Before using this function, set up "voice-tags" on
your iPhone.
To AC wall outlet
Charging
Press
MFB twice on the handset within 0.8 seconds.
When a beep occurs, tell the desired number.
BT Handset & iPhone
The BT handset comes with a builtin rechargeable Li-Polymer battery.
Before initial operation, fully charge
the BT handset for 6 hours or more.
Bluetoo
th han
dset
To charge the BT handset or
iPhone, simply place it on the base.
Notes:
8
The red indicator light will be on indicating the handset's
charging properly, and it will be off when the battery is
fully charged.
When the battery is low, the handset beeps twice every
30 seconds and the red indicator flashes three times
every 30 seconds. Charge it as described above, or
else the handset will shut down when battery is very
low.
Call Switching between the BT Handset and an iPhone
Method 1: Using the iPhone
During a call, you can switch between your BT handset
and your iPhone.
1 During a call using the iPhone, click
on the display
of the iPhone, then click
. The call switches
to the BT handset.
2 To switch back, click
call switches back to the iPhone.
on the iPhone. The
13
Disconnecting an iPhone
Other Mobile Phones
When not using the handset with the iPhone, they can be
disconnected as follows:
To charge some other mobile phones,
plug the connector in the USB port on
the base, then plug the other
connector in the port of your mobile
phone. For more information about the
compatible model, please see page
21.
Method 1:
Power off the handset. After that, Not Connected appears
to the right side of i-400 on the iPhone screen.
Method 2:
Switch off the Bluetooth function on the iPhone.
Note:
Once the handset and the iPhone is more than 10
meters apart, they will be disconnected automatically.
Battery Use and Care
If treated with care, a rechargeable battery has a long
service life. A new battery, or one that has not been used
for a long period of time, could have reduced capacity the
first few times it is used.
Note:
Only qualified service centers are authorized to remove
or replace the battery.
Reminder
Some of Instant Messenger, such as Viber,
Skype, Fring, Im+, Nettalk...... may not well
support Bluetooth protocol, please check with
relevant providers and update the software to
use i-400 properly.
Thanks!
12
Turning On or Off the Handset
To turn on the handset, press and hold
MFB for about
3 seconds, then the handset beeps once and the blue
indicator lights on about 1 second. After that, it flashes
once every second after the handset enters standby
mode.
To turn off the handset, press and hold
MFB for about
3 seconds, the red indicator flashes 2 times, and then
power off.
9
Chapter 2: Bluetooth Settings
Connecting an iPhone
Pairing with an iPhone
Although two iPhones can be paired with the BT handset,
only one iPhone can be connected to the base and be
engaged in a call at one time.
To use an iPhone with your Bluetooth handset, you must
first pair and connect the iPhone with the handset.
1 Make sure the handset is power off before starting the
pairing process, and place the Bluetooth handset within
1 meter away from your iPhone.
2 Turn on the Bluetooth feature of your iPhone. Click
Settings, General, Bluetooth and OFF, then the
iPhone searches for available devices.
MFB for about 6 seconds until the
3 Press and hold
red and blue indicator flash alternately.
4 When the iPhone finds i-400, click Not Paired to
connect it with the base. The iPhone prompts you to
enter the PIN (the default PIN is 0000). Enter it, then
click Pair to confirm. When the iPhone is successfully
connected, Connected displays, and the handset blue
indicator flashes, 1 second on and then 3 seconds off.
The BT handset will connect to the last paired iPhone
automatically when the handset is switched off then on,
and within 10 meters range. Ensure the Bluetooth feature
is enabled on the iPhone.
If you switch off the Bluetooth feature on the iPhone and
then switch it on, you should connect it again. Click Not
Connected to the right side of i-400 on the iPhone
screen. After the connection is successful, Connected
appears.
Note:
To pair a new iPhone, remember to turn the Bluetooth
handset off and then turn it on again.
Notes:
Make sure the handset and the iPhone are no more
than a meter apart, so they are within operable range.
If the handset is not successfully paired within 2
minutes, after a long beep, it will automatically leave
pairing mode. If you still want to pair, please repeat the
steps of pairing again.
10
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Chapter 2: Bluetooth Settings
Connecting an iPhone
Pairing with an iPhone
Although two iPhones can be paired with the BT handset,
only one iPhone can be connected to the base and be
engaged in a call at one time.
To use an iPhone with your Bluetooth handset, you must
first pair and connect the iPhone with the handset.
1 Make sure the handset is power off before starting the
pairing process, and place the Bluetooth handset within
1 meter away from your iPhone.
2 Turn on the Bluetooth feature of your iPhone. Click
Settings, General, Bluetooth and OFF, then the
iPhone searches for available devices.
MFB for about 6 seconds until the
3 Press and hold
red and blue indicator flash alternately.
4 When the iPhone finds i-400, click Not Paired to
connect it with the base. The iPhone prompts you to
enter the PIN (the default PIN is 0000). Enter it, then
click Pair to confirm. When the iPhone is successfully
connected, Connected displays, and the handset blue
indicator flashes, 1 second on and then 3 seconds off.
The BT handset will connect to the last paired iPhone
automatically when the handset is switched off then on,
and within 10 meters range. Ensure the Bluetooth feature
is enabled on the iPhone.
If you switch off the Bluetooth feature on the iPhone and
then switch it on, you should connect it again. Click Not
Connected to the right side of i-400 on the iPhone
screen. After the connection is successful, Connected
appears.
Note:
To pair a new iPhone, remember to turn the Bluetooth
handset off and then turn it on again.
Notes:
Make sure the handset and the iPhone are no more
than a meter apart, so they are within operable range.
If the handset is not successfully paired within 2
minutes, after a long beep, it will automatically leave
pairing mode. If you still want to pair, please repeat the
steps of pairing again.
10
11
Disconnecting an iPhone
Other Mobile Phones
When not using the handset with the iPhone, they can be
disconnected as follows:
To charge some other mobile phones,
plug the connector in the USB port on
the base, then plug the other
connector in the port of your mobile
phone. For more information about the
compatible model, please see page
21.
Method 1:
Power off the handset. After that, Not Connected appears
to the right side of i-400 on the iPhone screen.
Method 2:
Switch off the Bluetooth function on the iPhone.
Note:
Once the handset and the iPhone is more than 10
meters apart, they will be disconnected automatically.
Battery Use and Care
If treated with care, a rechargeable battery has a long
service life. A new battery, or one that has not been used
for a long period of time, could have reduced capacity the
first few times it is used.
Note:
Only qualified service centers are authorized to remove
or replace the battery.
Reminder
Some of Instant Messenger, such as Viber,
Skype, Fring, Im+, Nettalk...... may not well
support Bluetooth protocol, please check with
relevant providers and update the software to
use i-400 properly.
Thanks!
12
Turning On or Off the Handset
To turn on the handset, press and hold
MFB for about
3 seconds, then the handset beeps once and the blue
indicator lights on about 1 second. After that, it flashes
once every second after the handset enters standby
mode.
To turn off the handset, press and hold
MFB for about
3 seconds, the red indicator flashes 2 times, and then
power off.
9
Connecting
Chapter 3: Operations
Connect the plug of the power supply to the power jack of
the base, and then plug the power supply into a standard
AC wall outlet.
Making a Call
Using the iPhone
Make calls on the iPhone in normal ways.
Voice Dialing
Your handset also support voice dialing with some
iPhones. Before using this function, set up "voice-tags" on
your iPhone.
To AC wall outlet
Charging
Press
MFB twice on the handset within 0.8 seconds.
When a beep occurs, tell the desired number.
BT Handset & iPhone
The BT handset comes with a builtin rechargeable Li-Polymer battery.
Before initial operation, fully charge
the BT handset for 6 hours or more.
Bluetoo
th han
dset
To charge the BT handset or
iPhone, simply place it on the base.
Notes:
8
The red indicator light will be on indicating the handset's
charging properly, and it will be off when the battery is
fully charged.
When the battery is low, the handset beeps twice every
30 seconds and the red indicator flashes three times
every 30 seconds. Charge it as described above, or
else the handset will shut down when battery is very
low.
Call Switching between the BT Handset and an iPhone
Method 1: Using the iPhone
During a call, you can switch between your BT handset
and your iPhone.
1 During a call using the iPhone, click
on the display
of the iPhone, then click
. The call switches
to the BT handset.
2 To switch back, click
call switches back to the iPhone.
on the iPhone. The
13
Method 2: Using the BT Handset
BT Handset Overview
During a call, press and hold + and - buttons for about 2
seconds to switch the call between the BT handset and
the iPhone.
Handset
Earpiece
Note:
Volume
controls
To use this feature, the BT handset must be paired and
connected to the iPhone beforehand. For more details,
please refer to Bluetooth Settings section.
Receiving a Call
Multi-Function
Button (MFB)
Microphone
To answer a call, after the handset rings, press
MFB to
accept the call. You can also answer the call using the
iPhone.
LED indicator
Charging
pins
Base
Rejecting a Call
To reject an incoming call, after the handset rings, press
and hold
MFB for about 1 seconds.
Charging cradle
(for iPhone)
Charging cradle
(for BT handset)
Ending a Call
To end a call, press
using the iPhone.
14
MFB. You can also end the call
7
Chapter 1: Getting Started
Adjusting the Volume
Package Contents
During a conversation, press + button to increase or press
- button to decrease the volume. The handset volume will
increase or decrease.
Once you have unpacked your BT handset, make sure
that you have all of these parts. If any component is
missing or broken, please call your dealer.
Muting a Call
During a conversation, you can temporarily mute the
microphone so that the party on the other end of the line
cannot hear you. You can still hear the other party. This
enables you to converse privately with someone near you.
Handset
Power supply
(7.5V, 1.5A)
Base with
iPhone charger
i-400
To mute the microphone, press and hold - button for about
2 seconds. During the mute mode a prompt tone occurs
every 1 second.
To unmute the microphone, press and hold - button for
about 2 seconds again, a prompt tone occurs.
Product
Information Guide
3 Rubber
cushions
Information Guide
Call Waiting
To answer an incoming call during an active call, press
and hold + button for about 2 seconds. This put the active
call on waiting, and enables you answer the second call.
Press
MFB to end the second call and reactivate the
first call.
During the second call, press and hold + button for about
2 seconds to return to the first call, meanwhile holds the
second call. At this time press
MFB to end the first call.
6
15
LED Indicator
Chapter 4: Additional Information
17 Troubleshooting
Red LED (Charging indicator)
Handset Status
19 Care and Maintenance
LED Status
During the charging
ON (steadily)
Fully charged
OFF
20 Technical Specifications
21 Compatible Mobile Phones
Blue LED (Bluetooth indicator)
Handset Status
Power ON
(unconnected)
Standby (connected)
LED Status
Flashes at 1.5 seconds
interval (0.5 seconds ON, 1
second OFF)
Flashes at 3.5 seconds
interval (0.5 seconds ON, 3
seconds OFF)
During the pair mode, the red and blue indicator flash
alternately.
16
5
Contents
Chapter 4: Additional Information
Chapter 1: Getting Started
Troubleshooting
6 Package Contents
7 BT Handset Overview
8 Connecting
Symptom
The handset
doesn't turn on.
8 Charging
9 Turning On or Off the Handset
Pairing with an iPhone
11
Connecting an iPhone
12
Disconnecting an iPhone
Chapter 3: Operations
13 Making a Call
14 Receiving a Call
14 Rejecting a Call
14 Ending a Call
15 Adjusting the Volume
15 Muting a Call
15 Call Waiting
16 LED Indicator
4
Ensure the battery is properly
charged, fully drained battery
may take a while to charge up.
Contact an authorized service
center.
Chapter 2: Bluetooth Settings
10
Solution
The handset is
unable to use with
the iPhone.
Ensure the handset and the
iPhone is turned on.
Ensure the Bluetooth feature
on the iPhone is activated.
Ensure the handset is paired to
the iPhone, please refer to
pairing procedure.
Ensure both the handset and
iPhone is within 10 meters
operating range. There are no
obstructions or interference in
between.
Try to pair the iPhone again if
the problem is still not solved.
17
Symptom
Disable Bluetooth in
the iPhone and then
enable it again, the
disconnected
Bluetooth
connection between
the handset and the
iPhone cannot be
automatically
resumed.
18
Solution
Due to differences in each
iPhone's software, so it is
normal for some iPhone that
the Bluetooth connection
cannot be automatically
resumed. If in this case,
please establish the
Bluetooth connection
manually (See P11
"Connecting an iPhone").
Safety Information
Note: Nearly every electronic device is susceptible to
electromagnetic interference (EMI) if inadequately
shielded, designed, or otherwise configured for
electromagnetic compatibility.
To avoid electromagnetic interference and/or
compatibility conflicts, turn off your device in any facility
where posted notices instructed you to do so. Hospitals
or health care facilities may be using equipment that is
sensitive to external RF energy.
Some devices may interfere with some hearing aids.
If you use any other personal medical devices, consult
the manufacturer of your device to determine if it is
adequately shielded from RF energy. Your physician
may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.
Use only power supply approved for use with this
particular device. The use of any other type will
invalidate the warranty and can be dangerous.
Never try to disassemble or service the equipment by
yourself.
Keep the handset and accessories out of reach from
children.
There may be restrictions on using Bluetooth technology
in some locations. These could include hospitals, petrol
stations, laboratories, potentially explosive surroundings
and etc.
The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment
and shall be easily accessible.
3
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the BT handset. The new
product offers you a unique, wireless experience using
Bluetooth wireless technology. It is a model of efficiency,
offering wireless connections with iPhone. Please read
this guide before use and kindly note that the contents in
this guide may be updated without notice.
The BT handset is Bluetooth V2.1 compliance. It is
backward compatible with audio devices with V2.0 or
earlier. Its operation range is up to 10 meters (indoor);
operating power mode is Class 2 (-6-4dBm). This
Information Guide provides more details.
Bluetooth Wireless Technology
Bluetooth is a specification for short-range radio links
between mobile computers, mobile phones, digital
cameras, and other portable devices. The radio operates
on the globally available 2.4 GHz ISM 'free band', allowing
users to use "Bluetooth" equipment worldwide. The
Bluetooth devices communicate within a maximum of 10
meters; and do not need to be in line of sight.
2
Care and Maintenance
Do not attempt to open the BT handset, only the
authorized maintenance staff should perform the
service. Please check with your local dealer.
Do not expose the handset to liquid, moisture or
humidity. It is not waterproof.
Do not expose the handset to dusty and dirty
environment.
Do not expose the handset to fire. It may result in
explosion.
Do not expose or store the handset in high heat. High
temperature may shorten the life of electronic
components, damage battery, deform plastic parts.
Do not use harsh cleaning solvents or strong detergents
to clean the BT handset. Only use soft cloth to clean the
handset.
Do not throw, drop or knock the handset. Rough
handling can damage the handset.
Do keep the handset in proper storage, dry place, free
from dust and extreme temperatures when not in use.
Do not expose your handset in an environment
temperature above +55 deg C (+131 deg F). If the
handset is operated in cold temperatures, the battery
capacity is reduced. Use your handset in room
temperature for maximum battery capacity.
19
Technical Specifications
Bluetooth Compliance Bluetooth Specifications version 2.1
Frequency Band
2.4GHz ISM Spectrum; frequency hopping 79
channels
Modulation
GFSK (Gaussian Frequency Shift Keying)
RF Power
Class 2, -6-4dBm
Operating Range
Up to 10m (indoor)
Connection
Point-to-Point
Security
Security mode 3 (pairing, encryption, authentication)
Power Supply
Base input: 7.5V, 1.5A;
Handset input: Rechargeable Li-Polymer 450mAh
Charging time
6 hours
Compatibility
Mobile phones supporting Bluetooth 1.1 (and above)
specifications
Size (mm)
Base: 156 x 84 x 57; Handset: 156 x 63 x 40
Ambient temperature
Normal: 15℃ ~ 35℃, Extreme: 0℃ ~ 40℃
Humidity
0%~90%
? Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
This guide contains helpful information
that enables you to enjoy all of the features
of your BT handset.
20
Compatible Mobile Phones
The following model types of mobile phone can be
charged by the base via the USB connector:
HTC: HD2/ Incredible S/ Desire S
Samsung: Galaxy S/ Galaxy SⅡ
Moto: MB860
Lenovo: LePhone
TCL: A919
Note:
Please do not charge the iPhone and other mobile
phone at the same time.
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i-400
Product
Information Guide