User Manual - Vinpower Digital
User Manual
For Hard Drive Duplicator
V 1.0
WARNING!
THIS FLASH MEMORY DUPLICATOR IS MEANT FOR BACK UP AND
DISTRIBUTION OF ORIGINAL DATA AUTHORED OR OWNED BY THE USER. ANY
COPIES MADE FROM THIS FLASH MEMORY DUPLICATOR ARE THE COPYRIGHT,
OWNERSHIP OF THE AUTHOR OR COMPANY WHO OWNS THE SOURCE DATA.
ANY UNAUTHORIZED COPYING, EDITING, OR ANY PART THEREOF OF
COPYWRITTEN MATERIAL IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED. WE DISCOURAGE THE USE
OF ANY SUCH ACTION THAT GIVES RISE TO CRIMINAL INTENT AND
PROSECUTION.
THE SELLER OF THIS PRODUCT IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY POTENTIAL
ILLEGAL ACTIONS OF THE USER DUE TO ACTIVITIES BEYOND THE SCOPE OF
THE PRODUCTS INTENDED USE.
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REPRODUCED IN ANY MEDIUM, PRINTED OR ELECTRONIC, WITHOUT THE
PRIOR WRITTEN PERMISSION FROM VINPOWER INC. COPYRIGHT©2000-2012.
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction & Manual Overview ............................................................... 1
Before getting started: ................................................................................................. 1
Package List: ............................................................................................................... 2
Chapter Overview: ....................................................................................................... 2
Chapter 2: Getting to know the system ....................................................................... 3
System Overview ......................................................................................................... 3
LCD Display & Operation Panel .................................................................................. 4
HDD Bay Status LED Reference ................................................................................. 4
Menu Navigation .......................................................................................................... 5
Chapter 3: Basic Operation Tutorials .......................................................................... 6
Making Copies of a Hard Drive .................................................................................... 6
Chapter 4: Device Menu Overview ............................................................................. 12
Appendix A: Troubleshooting .................................................................................... 17
Common Concerns .................................................................................................... 17
Error Codes ............................................................................................................... 18
Appendix B: Safety & Regulatory information ......................................................... 20
Chapter 1: Introduction & Manual Overview
This system is a reliable, high performance, high speed, standalone manual duplication system.
With its professional industrial design and simple user interface, it will make the duplicating
experience easier than ever.
Before getting started:
Before starting to use this system, please read the following to ensure proper operation:
1. Temperature Warning:
If the system was stored in a location where the temperature dropped below 32⁰F (0⁰C)
within the past 24 hours, please leave the system in a warm room with a temperature of at
least 65⁰F (19⁰C), for 4 hours prior to powering on the unit for the first time. Failure to do so
may cause irreparable harm and prevent the system from functioning properly.
2. Maintenance:
It is very important to operate and keep the system in a dust free, clean environment since
dust is the number one killer of electronic devices. Failure to do so may severely damage
the system. It is strongly suggest that an Air Cleaner be placed next to the system and that
an air duster (canned air) be used consistently to clear off any dust, which may accumulate
on the surface of the system.
3. Proper Shutdown:
To avoid possible system failures, the system needs to be shutdown properly. To shutdown
the system, press the Up or Down Arrow button until the “Shutdown” menu is appears and
then press the “ENT” button. Follow the instructions on the screen to shutdown the system
properly. Turning off the system without performing this function will increase the risk of
damage to the system.
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Package List:

Hard Drive Duplicator, 1pc

System Power Cord, 1pc

Hard Drive Trays for 2.5” HDD/SSD

System Operation Manual, 1pc
Chapter Overview:
Chapter 2: Getting to know the system
This chapter describes the physical features and instructions of how to operate the
system.
Chapter 3: Basic Operations Tutorials
This chapter describes how to perform basic operations like Making Copies, etc.
Chapter 4: Menu Overview
This chapter describes what each function/setting does.
Appendix A: Troubleshooting
This section provides many solutions to frequently asked questions and provides
insights on system error codes.
Appendix B: Safety & Regulatory information
This section provides environment, health, safety and other regulatory information.
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Chapter 2: Getting to know the system
System Overview
The image below is a representation of the flash duplicator casing. The design of
the casing may vary but the unit continues to operate using similar principles.
Figure 1-1 System Controls and Display
The components shown in Figure 1-1 are:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
System Power On/Off Button
Control Panel
Source HDD Bay
Target HDD Bay
HDD Bay Activity LED/Power Button
HDD Bay Fan Status LED
System Ventilation Vents
Power Supply Fan
Power Cord Input
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LCD Display & Operation Panel
*The below image is for reference only. (Actual screen may vary. )
 Up Arrow Button
 Menu/Option Scroll Up
 Down Arrow Button
 Menu/Option Scroll Down
 Enter/OK Button
 Enter into the Menu
 Execute the Function
 Submit the Setting change
 Escape Button
 Go back to the previous Menu
 Abort the current Function.
 Cancel the Setting change
F1
F2
F3
F4
 Smart Copy Button
 Shortcut to make a copy under Smart mode
 RAW Copy Button
 Shortcut to make a copy under RAW mode
 Device Scan Button
 Shortcut to detect available devices
 Shutdown Button
 Shortcut to perform Shutdown function of the system
HDD Bay Status LED Reference
Every HDD bay has a corresponding Status LED next to it with Bay # labeled on top. Below is
the reference to the colors
LED Color
Green
Orange
DESCRIPTION
Such HDD Bay has power.
HDD in such bay has Read/Write activity.
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Menu Navigation
The system is essentially composed of various functions and settings that organized into a
menu tree structure ease of operation. User normally uses four primary navigation buttons on
the Control Panel to navigate through the menu chart and select the desired function or setting:
Menu/Option Scroll Up
Menu/Option Scroll Down
Enter into the Menu
Execute the Function
Submit the Setting change
Go back to the previous Menu
Abort the current Function
Cancel the Setting change
Example: Adjust the “Buzzer” setting in the “Setup” menu:
Step 1. Turn on the system by pressing the Power button.
After it has booted up, the main menu screen will
appear (root menu) that signifies the system is ready.
DUPLICATOR
1.Copy
H.01
(Smart)
Step 2. Consecutively press the UP or DOWN arrow button
until “Setup” appears.
DUPLICATOR
5.Setup
H.01
Step 3. Press the “ENT” button once to enter into the
“Setup” menu.
Setup
1.Language
Step 4. Consecutively press the UP or DOWN arrow button
until “Buzzer” appears.
Setup
2.Buzzer
Step 5. Press the “ENT” button once to enter into the
“Buzzer” menu.
Buzzer:
On
Step 6. Press the UP or DOWN arrow button to change the
option from “On” to “Off”
Buzzer:
Off
Step 7. Press the “ENT” button once to submit the setting
change. The menu will change back to the previous
menu, “Setup”.
Setup
2.Buzzer
Step 8. Press the “ESC” button once to go back to the
previous menu, the root menu.
DUPLICATOR
5.Setup
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H.01
Chapter 3: Basic Operation Tutorials
Making Copies of a Hard Drive
The tutorial guide below demonstrates how to quickly duplicate a Hard Drive.
Step 1.
Remove Hard Drive Tray
from the system by:
1) Press the Tray Button
to release the tray
latch.
2) Pull the tray out using
the just released latch.
*If you cannot release the
latch by press the Tray
Button, if is likely due to the
tray is being locked, you may
need to flip the lock knob to
unlock position prior
removing the tray.
Step 2.
Insert your hard drives (both
source and target) into the
Hard Drive Tray.
* Make sure Hard Drive’s
bottom screw mount is
inserted into the tray’s
mounting point.
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Step 3.
Insert the hard drive tray with
your source hard drives into
the Source Bay (top bay),
and the hard drive tray with
your target hard drive into all
remaining bays.
Step 4.
Insert the tray (with hard
drive) back to the system by:
1) Insert the tray into the
bay firmly and
completely.
2) Close the latch to
secure it.
* If you like further secure it
from the hard drive tray being
accidentally being removed;
you can lock the hard drive
tray by turn the lock knob to
the locking position.
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Step 5.
Power on the system by
pressing the Power button
Step 6.
DUPLICATOR
1.Copy
After it has booted up, the
screen on the left should
appear signifying the system
is ready.
H.01
(Smart)
Press the “F1 Smart Copy”
button to initiate the copying
process.
Step 7.
When prompted, power on all
hard drive included Bays by
pressing the corresponding
activity LED. Those activity
LEDs shall then turn to
green.
Then press ENT button once
to proceed.
Turn on HDD Bay
Press ENT to Cont.
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Step 8.
The system will start
detecting/analyzing source
and target hard drives. Once
preparing process is
complete, the duplication job
will get started.
Copying...
88.8G
8m 9s 130MB/s 30%
* The analyzing process may
take up to several minutes.
Please wait with patience.
Below explains the various items on the copy progress screen:
 88.8G, this indicates the amount of data to be copied.
 3m44s, this indicates the time left for the copy operation.
 30%, this indicates the progress of the copy operation
 130MB/s, this indicates the progress of the copy operation.
Step 9.
When prompted, power off all
hard drive included Bays by
pressing the corresponding
activity LED. Those activity
LEDs shall not be
illuminated. Press ENT
button once to proceed.
Turn off HDD Bay
Press ENT to Cont.
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Step 10.
Upon complete, the system
will show the job report.
OK:1 NG:0
[12m20s]
Press ENT to Cont,
S 1 2
o o -

Below explains the various items in the job report:
[OK:01] – indicates the number of copies passed in this process.
(1 in this example)

[NG:00] – indicates the number of copies failed in this process.
(0 in this example)

[12m20s] – indicates amount of time took for this process.
(12 minute and 20 seconds in this example)

[S 1 2 3 … E] – indicates the port number.
“S”: Source Port;
“1 ~ 9”: Port 1 ~ 9;
“A ~ E”: Port 10 ~ 14;
(Source Port and Port 1, 2 are shown in this example)

[o, x, -] – indicates the result for every individual port above.
“o” indicates OK;
“x” indicates NG;
“-” indicates port empty
(Port 1 is passed, and Port 2 are not used in this example)
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Step 11.
Remove all duplicated hard
drives
Afterwards, you can either:
- Duplicate more hard drives
by repeat step 1~4 and 7~11
(skip step 5 and 6); Or
- End the job and go back to
the main menu by pressing
the “ESC” button.
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Chapter 4: Device Menu Overview
This system comes with many features that can be accessed/adjusted by various functions and
settings within the operation menu. Please see the detailed descriptions below:
1. Copy
This process will copy the source hard drive, which is inserted into the Source Port, onto
one or multiple target hard drives simultaneously.
2. Copy+Compare
This function performs the Copy process, after which, it will perform a Compare process
automatically to ensure data accuracy.
3. Erase
This function erases the hard drives(s) connected to any port other than the Source Port.
There are three options for this function:
 Quick Erase: It will erase only the beginning section of the hard drive, which is
just enough to make it look empty.
Erase
Quick Erase

Full Erase: It will erase the entire hard drive by writing 0’s throughout. The erase
timeframe varies depending on the data capacity of the hard drive.
Erase
Full Erase

DOD Erase: It will erase the hard drive thoroughly to avoid any possible chances
of recovery. User will be prompted for # of passes to perform, the more pass
rounds selected, the lower the risk of data contents being recovered, but also the
longer the time the process will take.
Erase
DOD Erase
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4. Copy Mode
This setting will allow for the selection of a Copy Mode. There are 3 options:
 Smart: This mode is the recommended and fastest approach to making copies
since it will analyze the source hard drive on supported file systems (FAT16/32,
NTFS, exFAT, ext2/3/4) and copy only the area that contains data. If the file
system on the source hard drive is NOT being supported, the system will
automatically shifts to RAW mode.
Copy Mode
SMART

RAW: This mode is the safest and slowest approach to making copies since it will
copy the entire source hard drive bit by bit.
Copy Mode
RAW

Partition: This mode is like RAW mode, but it will copy only the valid partitions of
the source hard drive (along with MBR/GPT table) bit by bit instead.
Copy Mode
Partition
5. Setup
1) Language
This setting will allow you to choose the display language of the system.
2) Buzzer
This setting will allow the choice to hear a beep sound when a button is pressed
or when a task has been completed.
3) Screen Saver
This setting will allow the choice to enable the Screen Saver feature or not. By
enabling this feature, a screen saver will be displayed when the system has been
idle for an extended period.
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4) Read Error Skip*
This setting will allow for the change to the number of times the system will skip
ahead when it encounters a reading error, while reading the source hard drive.
By default, the system does not skip any reading error, which would result in an
immediate job failure if any read error occurred during the duplication process.
*Enable this setting will not fix any discovered error(s); it will merely skip it and
read the remaining data of the source hard drive.
5) Write Error Skip*
This setting will allow for the change to the number of times the system will skip
ahead when it encounters a writing error, while writing to the target hard drive.
By default, the system does not skip any writing error, which would result in an
immediate failure for such target hard drive if any write error occurred during the
duplication process.
*Enable this setting will not fix any discovered error(s); it will merely skip it and
continue write to the next data block of the target hard drive.
6) Partition Layout
This setting will allow user to adjust various partition layout options for the target
hard drive during the duplication process under “SMART”/”Partition” mode.
There are two options for this setting:
 Auto Ratio: The system will automatically adjust the partition layout under the
same ratio as the source hard drive.
Partition Layout
Auto Ratio

As It: The system will set the partition layout exactly same as the source hard
drive regardless the capacity differences.
Partition Layout
As It
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7) Size Tolerance
Normally, the capacity of the target hard drive is required to be greater than the
source hard drive so that all of the data can be copied without loss.
However, not all hard drives have identical storage capacity, even when they are
all labeled identically in terms of GB size. Thus, by enabling the size tolerance,
the system will allow the target hard drive’s capacity to be less than the original
hard drive by the percentage specified at the risk of less data loss/corruption.
Setup
7.Size Tolerance
6. Utilities
1) Compare
This function will perform the data comparison process between the source and
target hard drive to ensure data accuracy.
2) Verify Disk
This function will scan all target hard drives for readability.
3) Measure Speed
This function will perform read and write testes to report the read speed for the
source hard drive and write speed of all target hard drives.
4) Device Info
This function will show information regarding the hard drive connected to the
system.
5) System Info
This function will show the system’s hardware & software information.
6) Load Default
This function will reset all of the options back to the manufacture’s default
settings. Perform this function if the system is acting abnormal. Perform the
“Shutdown” operation and restart the system in order for these changes to take
effect.
7) Update Firmware
This function will update the software for the system. The update file needs to be
transferred to a Hard Drive pre-formatted as “FAT32” file system on a PC.
There are two options for this function:
 Format Update HDD: This function will prepare a hard drive to be eligible for
firmware-update by format such hard drive in the source port as FAT16/32
File System.
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
Update: This function will perform firmware-update with the firmware-update
hard drive that contains the firmware update file.
General Firmware Update Procedure:
a. Pre-format a SATA Hard Drive using “Format Update HDD” function.
b. Copy the manufacture certified update file onto such pre-formatted hard
drive via a PC/Mac.
c. Insert such hard drive into the Source Port of the system.
d. Execute the “Update” function.
e. Restart the system when asked to do so.
It is strongly suggested that an upgrade to the system’s firmware not be
performed, unless the system is getting unstable and instructed to do so by a
technician.
8) Save
This function will save all the settings modified since the last time the system was
booted-up.
7. Manage Accounts
This menu will allow the Administrator to perform the following user administrative tasks.
This feature is disabled by default. Prior to activating this feature, the duplicator
recognizes all users as the only activated user defined as the administrator. The predefined password for this menu is “0000”.
1) View User
This menu allows for the viewing of the existing user accounts.
2) Create User
This menu allows for the creation of additional user accounts. Each user has
individual settings. During this process, there are prompts to enter a new user
name (up to 8 alphanumeric letters or numbers) and user password (consisting
of a 4-digit number) for a new account.
3) Delete User
This menu allows for the deletion of an existing user account. During this
process, there is a prompt to select the existing account to be removed.
*User “Admin” is the administrative account; this account CANNOT be deleted.
4) Password on Bootup
This menu allows for the enabling/disabling pf the user administrative feature
prompt; user login upon boot up.
8. Shutdown
This function saves any system settings that have be modified since powering on the
system, to makes sure it is safe to turn off the system without any loss of settings. Once
the Ready to Power OFF message appears, then the system can be safely turned off via
the machine Power Switch. Turning off the system without performing this function will
increase the risk of damaging the system.
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Appendix A: Troubleshooting
Common Concerns
1.



No display on the LCD or the unit does not operate when the power is on.
Check the power cable connection and that the environment for the power outlet is normal.
Make sure the power voltage on the duplicator matches the voltage of the power outlet.
If the system was stored in a location where the temperature dropped below 32⁰F (0⁰C)
within the past 24 hours, leave the system in a warm room with temperatures at least 65⁰F
(19⁰C) for 4 hours prior to powering it on.
2.

The system cannot recognize the hard drive
Check to make sure the hard drive tray (with the hard drive installed) is firmly attached to
the system
Check to make sure the hard drive is powered by verify the “green” LED on the hard drive
status indicator

3.

Buttons do not function.
The system could still be busy on a task. Give it sometime and press it again. If it still does
not work, turn off the machine, and then restart the machine after a minute.
4.


Copy process completed but the copied hard drives are not readable / executable?
Change the “Copy Mode” to “RAW”; this will likely solve any data related issue.
Use the “Compare” function to check that the target hard drive(s) are identical to the source
hard drive.
The Read Error Skip or Write Error Skip settings under the “Setup” menu, may have turned
on inadvertently. It is possible the skipped data (due to read/write error) may be causing
this issue.
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5.


The failure rate is high.
Make sure hard drive is properly seated prior power on individual HDD Bay.
Quality of the hard drive may be poor. Please try some other name branded flash devices.
6.

Do I need to upgrade the system’s firmware?
Unless the system is getting unstable, it is strongly suggested not to upgrade the firmware
on the system. Please contact Tech Support if the system is getting unstable.
7.

Cannot boot-up or fails to upgrade firmware.
Contact Tech Support for assistance.
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Error Codes
Typically, the system will show an error message and error code if a problem occurs. Please
reference the below diagram for a description of the error codes and the recommended solution:
Error Error
Code Message
Description & Recommended Solutions
Description:
The Copy process failed due to reading error of source hard drive.
162
Bad
Master
Possible Solution:
 Try to remove and re-connect the source hard drive onto the system.

Try to re-create a new source hard drive using a PC (after a full
format.)
Description:
The content of the source hard drive has a larger capacity than the
hard drive(s) intended to receive the copy.
206
Not
Enough
Space!
Possible Solution:
 If copying under “RAW” mode, it is common for this message
because storage capacities vary among different brands of hard
drives. It might be advisable to turn on the “Size Tolerance” setting
under the “Setup” menu to avoid unnecessary errors. However, by
doing this, there may be some data/empty spaces not copied.
Please use with caution.

If copying under “RAW” mode, it might be advisable to try
“Smart”/”Partition” mode since it copies only data/unallocated area,
nothing else.

If copying under “Smart” mode, it is possible that the data is heavily
fragmented. To prevent the efficient effect of “Smart” mode, please
defragment the source hard drive.
Description:
The password entered is not correct
240
241
Wrong
Possible Solution:
Password!
 Please confirm the correct password was typed or try a different
password.
Login
Failed
Description:
An incorrect password was entered 3 times consecutively
Possible Solution:
 Wait for 5 minutes, then try to use the correct password for the next
attempt. If the problem persists, call Tech Support.
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Error Error
Code Message
Description & Recommended Solutions
Description:
The system CANNOT locate the Firmware Update File during the
Update Firmware process.
260
261
262
No
Update
File
Wrong
update
File
Unknown
flash
model
Possible Solution:
 Confirm the file is not a “zip” file. If it is, please extract it before
transferring it to a hard drive.
 Confirm the file system of the hard drive is FAT32.
 Make sure the hard drive is inserted into the source port.
Description:
The Firmware Update File is not compatible with the system or the
Firmware Update File is corrupted.
Possible Solution:
 Try to re-download the Firmware Update File.
Description:
The Firmware Update File is not meant for the system.
Possible Solution:
 Contact Tech Support for the proper Update file.
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Appendix B: Safety & Regulatory information
Safety Introduction
Notices and Safety
Please read the following instructions carefully before operating the machine and refer
to them as needed to ensure the continued safe operation of the machine.
This product and supplies have been designed and tested to meet strict safety
requirements. These include safety agency evaluation and certification, and
compliance with electromagnetic regulations and established environmental standards.
The safety and environment testing and performance of this product have been
verified using certified materials only.
Unauthorized alterations, which may include the addition of new
parts/devices, may impact the product certification. Please contact a
sales representative for more information.
Marks, Labels
Symbols
All warnings and instructions marked on or supplied with the product should be
followed.
This symbol alerts users to areas of the equipment where there is the
possibility of personal injury.
FCC Notices for USA
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 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.
(Reference CFR 47 Part 15 Section 15.21)
Changes or modifications to this equipment not specifically approved by the manufacture
may void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
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Safety Information
Operational Safety Information
This equipment and supplies have been designed and tested to meet strict safety
requirements. These include safety agency examination, approval, and compliance
with established environmental standards.
To ensure the continued safe operation of the equipment, follow these safety
guidelines at all times:
Do These

Always follow all warnings and instructions that are marked on or supplied with the
equipment.

Before cleaning this product, unplug the product from the electrical outlet. Always
use materials specifically designated for this product, the use of other materials may
result in poor performance and create a hazardous situation.

Always exercise care when moving or relocating equipment.

Always locate the machine on a solid support surface (not on plush carpet) that has
adequate strength to support the weight of the machine.

Always unplug this equipment from the electrical outlet before cleaning.
Do not use aerosol cleaners. Aerosol cleaners can be explosive or
flammable when used on electromechanical equipment
Do Not Do These

Never use a ground adapter plug to connect the equipment to a power outlet that
lacks a ground connection terminal.

Never attempt any maintenance function that is not specifically described in this
documentation.

Never obstruct ventilation openings. They are provided to prevent overheating.

Never remove covers or guards that are fastened with screws. There are no operator
serviceable areas within these covers.

Never locate the machine near a radiator or any other heat source.

Never push objects of any kind into the ventilation openings.

Never place this equipment where people might step on or trip on the power cord.
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Electrical Safety Information
1. The power receptacle for the machine must meet the requirements stated on the
data plate on the rear of the machine. If there is uncertainty that the electrical supply
meets the requirements, please consult the local power company or an electrician for
advice.
2. The socket outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily
accessible.
3. Use the power cable that is supplied with the machine. Do not use an extension
cord, remove, or modify the power cord plug.
4. Plug the power cable directly into a correctly grounded electrical outlet. If there is any
doubt regarding the correct grounding of the desired outlet, consult an electrician.
5. Do not use an adapter to connect any equipment to an electrical outlet that lacks a
ground connection terminal.
6. Do not place this equipment where people might step or trip on the power cable.
7. Do not place objects on the power cable.
8. Do not push objects into the slots or openings of the machine. Electrical shock or fire
may result.
9. Do not obstruct ventilation openings. These openings are used to provide proper
cooling to the machine.
Electrical Supply
This product shall be operated from the type of electrical supply indicted on the
product’s data plate label. If there is uncertainty that the electrical supply meets the
requirements, please consult a licensed electrician for advice.
Always connect equipment to a correctly grounded power outlet. If in
doubt, have the outlet checked by a qualified electrician.
This equipment must be connected to a protective earth circuit. This equipment is
supplied with a plug that has a protective earth pin. This plug will only fit into an
earthed electrical outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug
into the outlet, contact a licensed electrician to replace the outlet.
Disconnect Device
The power cable is the disconnect device for this equipment. It is attached to the
back of the machine as a plug-in device. To remove all electrical power from the
equipment, disconnect the power cable from the electrical outlet.
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Emergency Power Off
If any of the following conditions occur, turn off the machine immediately and
disconnect the power cable(s) from the electrical outlet(s). Contact an
authorized Service Representative to correct the problem:

The equipment emits unusual odors or makes unusual noises.

The power cable is damaged or frayed.

A wall panel circuit breaker, fuse, or other safety device has been tripped.

Liquid is spilled into the machine.

The machine is exposed to water.

Any part of the machine is damaged
Maintenance Information
1. Any operator product maintenance procedures will be described in the user
documentation supplied with the product.
2. Do not carry out any maintenance on this product which is not described in the
customer documentation
3. Use supplies and cleaning materials only as directed in the Operator section of
this manual.
4. Do not remove covers or guards that are fastened with screws. There are no
parts behind these covers that you can maintain or service.
Do not use aerosol cleaners. Aerosol cleaners can be explosive or
flammable when used on electromechanical equipment.
Regulatory Information
Certifications in Europe:
CE Mark (European Union)
The CE mark applied to this equipment symbolizes the manufacture’s declaration of
conformity with the following applicable Directives of the European Union as of the dates
indicated:
2006/95/EC
December 12, 2006 Council Directive 2006/95/EC as amended. Approximation of the
laws of the member states related to low voltage equipment.
2004/108/EC
December 15, 2004 Council Directive 2004/108/EC as amended. Approximation of the
laws of the member states related to electromagnetic compatibility.
A full declaration of conformity, defining the relevant directives and referenced
standards, can be obtained from a Authorized local dealer.
In order to allow this equipment to operate in proximity to Industrial
Scientific and Medical (ISM) equipment, the external radiation from the
ISM equipment may have to be limited or special mitigation measures
taken.
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