VTO2 Series User`s Manual V1.0.0 201407

VTO2 Series User`s Manual V1.0.0 201407
VTO2 Series User’s Manual
V1.0.0
1
Table of Contents
Table of Contents ...................................................................................................... 2
1
Product Overview ........................................................................................ 1
1.1
List of Models .................................................................................................. 1
1.2
Structure ......................................................................................................... 1
1.3
2
2.1
2.2
1.2.1
Dimension ............................................................................................. 1
1.2.2
Front Panel ........................................................................................... 2
1.2.3
Rear Panel ............................................................................................ 3
System Networking ......................................................................................... 3
1.3.1
One-to-One Scene ................................................................................ 3
1.3.2
One-Multiple Scenes ............................................................................. 4
1.3.3
Group Call Scene .................................................................................. 4
Install VTO ................................................................................................... 6
Direct Installation............................................................................................. 6
2.1.1
Screw .................................................................................................... 6
2.1.2
Dimension ............................................................................................. 6
2.1.3
Installation Step .................................................................................... 7
Embedded in Wall ........................................................................................... 9
2.2.1
Screw .................................................................................................... 9
2.2.2
Dimension ........................................................................................... 10
2.2.3
Installation Step .................................................................................. 10
2.3
Wiring............................................................................................................ 12
2.4
Electric Control Lock and Electromagnetic Lock ............................................ 13
3
2.4.1
Electric Control Lock ........................................................................... 13
2.4.2
Electromagnetic Lock .......................................................................... 13
Installation Debugging ................................................................................. 1
3.1
WEB Setup ..................................................................................................... 1
3.2
General Config ................................................................................................ 2
4
Web Config .................................................................................................. 4
4.1
4.2
4.3
System Config ................................................................................................. 4
4.1.1
Local Config .......................................................................................... 4
4.1.2
LAN Config ........................................................................................... 5
4.1.3
Indoor Manager..................................................................................... 5
4.1.4
Network Config ..................................................................................... 6
4.1.5
Video Set .............................................................................................. 7
4.1.6
User Manage ........................................................................................ 8
Info Search...................................................................................................... 9
4.2.1
Call History ........................................................................................... 9
4.2.2
Alarm Record ........................................................................................ 9
Status Statistics ............................................................................................ 10
4.3.1
4.4
5
5.1
VTH Status ......................................................................................... 10
Logout ........................................................................................................... 10
Basic Function Introduction ........................................................................ 11
Call Function ................................................................................................. 11
5.1.1
Call Manager Center ........................................................................... 11
5.1.2
Call User ............................................................................................. 12
5.1.3
Group Call ........................................................................................... 12
5.2
Monitor .......................................................................................................... 15
5.3
Unlock Function ............................................................................................ 15
5.4
Compensation of Light .................................................................................. 16
5.5
Vandal Proof ................................................................................................. 16
5.6
Restore Backup ............................................................................................ 16
6
FAQ ........................................................................................................... 17
Appendix 1 Technical Specifications ....................................................................... 18
Appendix 2 Technical Specifications ......................................................................... 1
Appendix 2.1 Cable Specification .............................................................................. 1
Appendix 2.2 Power Extension Line Specification ..................................................... 1
Appendix 2.3 Embedded Box .................................................................................... 1
Appendix 3 VTMS ..................................................................................................... 2
Appendix 4 VTMS Client ........................................................................................... 4
Appendix 4.1 Config Network Address ...................................................................... 4
Appendix 4.2 Create Organization............................................................................. 6
Appendix 5 Toxic or Hazardous Materials or Elements ............................................. 1
Important Safeguards and Warnings
Please read the following safeguards and warnings carefully before using the product in
order to avoid damages and losses.
Note:
Do not expose the device to lampblack, steam or dust. Otherwise it may cause fire or
electric shock.
Do not install the device at position exposed to sunlight or in high temperature.
Temperature rise in device may cause fire.
Do not expose the device to humid environment. Otherwise it may cause fire.
The device must be installed on solid and flat surface in order to guarantee safety
under load and earthquake. Otherwise, it may cause device to fall off or turnover.
Do not place the device on carpet or quilt.
Do not block air vent of the device or ventilation around the device. Otherwise,
temperature in device will rise and may cause fire.
Do not place any object on the device.
Do not disassemble the device without professional instruction.
Warning:
Please use battery properly to avoid fire, explosion and other dangers.
Please replace used battery with battery of the same type.
Do not use power line other than the one specified. Please use it properly. Otherwise,
it may cause fire or electric shock.
Special Announcement
This manual is for reference only.
All the designs and software here are subject to change without prior written notice.
 All trademarks and registered trademarks are the properties of their respective
owners.
If there is any uncertainty or controversy, please refer to the final explanation of us.
 Please visit our website for more information.
1 Product Overview
1.1 List of Models
Model
Chassis
Material
Color
Unlock
IC card
VTO2000A
Metal
Silver
N/A
via
Button Type
Lock Control Module
Mechanical
key
Built-in
1.2 Structure
1.2.1 Dimension
Before you install the device, please make sure you know the dimension of device and
select appropriate installation method. See Figure 1- 1.
Figure 1- 1
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1.2.2 Front Panel
Figure 1- 2
No.
Port Name
Note
1
MIC
Audio input.
2
Camera
It monitors corresponding door region.
3
Compensation
Light
Light compensation will automatically turn on
during monitoring, calling, or connecting status if
there is no enough light in environment.
4
Speaker
Audio output.
5
User Nameplate
Display username and other info.
6
Call Button
Call center or VTH.
1.2.3 Rear Panel
Figure 1- 3
No.
Component Name
Note
1
Camera Angle
Adjustment
Adjust camera angle.
2
Vandal-proof
Switch
When VTO if forced to leave wall, it will alarm and
report to MGT center.
3
Network Port
Via convertor, connect network cable (RJ45
crystal head).
4
User Port
Connect to lock, door sensor feedback and unlock
button.
5
Project Port
Reserved for project staff use.
1.3 System Networking
This chapter mainly introduces usage of digital VTO, please read the following content
and install the device according to your actual condition.
1.3.1 One-to-One Scene
Visitor press Call button to call residence (as VTH) or Center. See Figure 1- 4.
Figure 1- 4
1.3.2 One-Multiple Scenes
In general, user installs VTO at entrance of building, and installs VTH in resident’s room
(as second-confirmation device).
Visitor can call any resident via the VTO, and the resident being called can unlock to allow
the visitor entering the building. Then, the visitor call the resident to unlock room door
again via second-confirm VTO. See Figure 1- 5.
Figure 1- 5
1.3.3 Group Call Scene
When visitor press Call button on VTO, multiple VTHs will ring at the same time. User can
call, hang up, and unlock on any of these VTHs.
Note:
VTH has 1 master VTH and up to 3 extension VTHs.
See Figure 1- 6.
Figure 1- 6
2 Install VTO
2.1 Direct Installation
2.1.1 Screw
Before installing VTH, please check screws on accessory bag according to the following
specifications and install by following this guide.
Component Name
Illustration
Quantity
M3×6 Hex slot pan head tail machine screws
--- galvanizing white
4
M3×8 Cross recessed countersunk head tail
machine screws --- galvanizing white
4
ST3×18 Cross recessed countersunk head
tail tapping screws --- galvanizing white
4
White expansion tube¢6×30mm
4
Chart 2- 1
Note:
M3x6 or M3x8 either is OK.
2.1.2 Dimension
Before you install the device, please make sure you know the dimension of device and
select appropriate installation method. See Figure 2- 1.
Figure 2- 1
2.1.3 Installation Step
Step 1. Install metal bracket into the groove on wall. At spot 1 fasten screw (ST3×18
Cross recessed countersunk head tail tapping screws --- galvanizing white), and
fix metal bracket on wall. See Figure 2- 2
Step 2. Align the device on metal bracket according to screw hole. At spot 2 fasten screw
(M3×8 Cross recessed countersunk head tail machine screws --- galvanizing
white), and fix device on metal bracket. See Figure 2- 3.
Figure 2- 2
Figure 2- 3
2.2 Embedded in Wall
2.2.1 Screw
Before installing VTH, please check screws on accessory bag according to the following
specifications and install by following this guide.
Component
Illustration
Quantity
M3×6 Hex slot pan head tail machine
screws--- galvanizing white
4
M3×8 Cross recessed countersunk head tail
machine screws --- galvanizing white
4
Chart 2- 2
Note:
M3x6 or M3x8 either is OK.
2.2.2 Dimension
Before you install the device, please make sure you know the dimension of device and
select appropriate installation method. See Figure 2- 4.
Figure 2- 4
2.2.3 Installation Step
Step 1. Dig a hole on wall, its dimension is 117*128*80(mm).See Figure 2- 5.
Step 2. Embed metal bracket into wall until its four peaks lean against the wall. See
Figure 2- 6.
Step 3. Align the device on metal bracket according to screw hole. At 2 spots fasten
screws (M3×8 Cross recessed countersunk head tail machine screws --galvanizing white), and fix device on metal bracket. See Figure 2- 7.
Figure 2- 5
Figure 2- 6
Figure 2- 7
2.3 Wiring
See Figure 2- 8.
Figure 2- 8
No.
1
Component
Name
Network Port
Note
Via convertor, connect to network cable. (RJ45
crystal head).
2
3
User Port
Power supply, connect to lock, door sensor and
unlock button.
Project Port
Reserved for project staff use.
2.4 Electric Control Lock and Electromagnetic Lock
2.4.1 Electric Control Lock
When VTO connects to electric control lock, it means that the positive end of electronic
control lock connects to NO of VTO (user port 10) while its negative end connects to COM
of VTO (user port 12).
When VTO connects to unlock button, one end of unlock button connects to BUTTON of
VTO (user port 7) while the other end connects to CND of VTO (user port 9). See Figure
2- 9.
Figure 2- 9
2.4.2 Electromagnetic Lock
When VTO connects to electromagnetic lock, it means that the positive end of
electromagnetic lock connects to NC of VTO (user port 11) while its negative end connects
to COM of VTO (user port 12).
When VTO connects to door sensor in electromagnetic lock, one end of door sensor
connects to FEEDBACK of VTO (user port 8) while the other end connects to GND of VTO
(user port 9). See Figure 2- 10.
Figure 2- 10
3 Installation Debugging
Warning:
 Before debugging, the staff shall be familiar with device’s installation, wiring
and usage.
 Beore debugging, check wiring for short or open circuit.
 When staff find each circuit is normal, plug the device to power.
 After debugging, clear the site.
3.1 WEB Setup
If you first use VTO, you may need to operate according to the following steps:
Step 1. First, make sure your PC and the VTO are well connected, and follow steps
below to login WEB interface.
Step 2. In Internet Explorer, input IP address of the VTO, and press Enter. System shows
Figure 3- 1.
Step 3. Input Username and Password.
Step 4. Click on Login.
Note:
Default IP address of VTO is 192.168.1.110. Default username and password is
admin/admin. After first login, please change your password.
Figure 3- 1
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3.2 General Config
If you first use VTO, you may need to operate according to the following steps:
Step 1. In Internet Explorer, input IP address of the VTO, and press Enter.
Note:
Default IP address of VTO is 192.168.1.110. Default username and password is
admin/admin. After first login, please change your password.
Step 2. In WEB interface, select System Config>Local Config, set video format as
WVGA as in Figure 3- 2.
Figure 3- 2
Step 3. In System Time tab, click on Sync PC to make VTO time the same with PC.
Step 4. Select System Config>Network Config, set VTO IP, Subnet Mask and Default
Gateway. See Figure 3- 3.
Figure 3- 3
Step 5. (Optional) If VTO connects to VTMS platform, System Config>LAN Config, set
Area No. Section No. Building No. and etc. These parameters must match
settings on VTMS Client as in 错误!未找到引用源。. Please refer to Appendix 2
and 3. See Figure 3- 4.
Figure 3- 4
Figure 3- 5
Note:
When you configue one-to-multiple scene, different VTOs shall have different VTO no.
and same building no. and unit no., in order to form a proper network.
4 Web Config
This chapter introduces VTO WEB interface and its parameters, and hot to configure
them.
4.1 System Config
4.1.1 Local Config
4.1.1.1 Local Config
In Local Config interface, you can view VTO model, version info and etc.
Figure 4- 1
Parameter
Note
Video Format
Set video format that collected by the camera, including: WVGA and D1.
WVGA resolution is 800×480; D1 resolution is 704×576.
Device Type
Display device type.
Frame Rate
NTSC: 30 fps, PAL: 25 fps.
Reboot Date
On the set date, device will automatically reboot.
Sensitivity of
light to open
fill
Set threshold of light.
Version Info
Display device version info.
Default
Only restore current Local Config page to default settings.
4.1.1.2 A&C Manager
Figure 4- 2
Parameter
Unlock
Interval
Note
Responding
Unlock Period
Door
Time
Sensor
The interval between current unlock and next one,
unit is second.
Period door remains unlocked, unit is second.
Check
Check Door Sensor
Signal Before Lock
When only use door sensor, check”Check Door
Sensor Signal Before Lock”, Set “Door Sensor Check
Time” to enable it.
When door remains unlocked over set door sensor
check time, it alarms.
4.1.1.3 System Time
Here you can set date format, time format, and input system date and time. You can also
click on Sync PC to synchronize system time with PC time.
4.1.2 LAN Config
Here you can register VTO to center and set how to call center. Please refer to Call MGT
Center.
4.1.3 Indoor Manager
In Indoor Manager interface, you can add VTH (digital indoor station), view VTH info and
delete VTH.
Figure 4- 3
Add VTH
In Indoor Manager interface, click on Add. The system pops up a window as in Figure 4- 4.
Figure 4- 4
Fill in VTH info as user’s name, VTH short no. and IP address.
Note:
VTH short no. consists of four digits, the first two digits can be within 01~99, the last two
digits can be within 01~16.
Note:
Parameters with * are mandatory.
4.1.4 Network Config
Here you can set VTO IP address, Subnet Mask and Default Gateway.
After you have modified IP address, Web page will reboot and go to the new IP address
web page. See Figure 4- 5.
Figure 4- 5
4.1.5 Video Set
You can set video effect and volume in Video Set interface. See Figure 4- 6.
Figure 4- 6
Parameter
Note
Gain
Gain limit of video basic parameter.
Scene Mode
Select mode: automatic, sunny, night and etc.
Day/Night Mode
Color mode.
Back Light Mode
Back light for special environment.
Mirror
Make image displayed in mirror.
Flip
Display image in flip.
VTO Mic Volume
Set VTO MIC volume size.
VTO Beep Volume
Set VTO beep volume size.
Default
Reset video effect and volume to default.
Unlock
Unlock via web.
4.1.6 User Manage
Only when you login as admin, you can add, modify, delete and view user info in User
Manage interface.
 Add User
In User Manage interface, click on Add User, system pops up Figure 4- 7. Fill in user info.
Figure 4- 7

Modify User
In User Manage interface, click on
, system pops up Modify User interface. Check
Change Password, and change password and remark, see Figure 4- 8.
Figure 4- 8

Delete User
In User Manage interface, click on
to delete user.
4.2 Info Search
4.2.1 Call History
Here you can view call history of VTO in Call History interface. It can save up to 1024
items. .
Figure 4- 9
4.2.2 Alarm Record
You can search VTO alarm record on Alarm Record interface with storage up to 1024
items. See Figure 4- 10.
Figure 4- 10
4.3 Status Statistics
4.3.1 VTH Status
Here you can view connection status of VTH.
 Status
Offline: VTO and VTH are not connected, you cannot call, monitor, talk or etc.
Online: VTO and VTH are connected, you can call, monitor, talk and etc.
 MON
 Unmon: VTH is not monitoring.
 Onmom: VTH is monitoring.
See Figure 4- 11.
Figure 4- 11
4.4 Logout
Here you can reboot device or logout.
Click on logout to log out the system and it returns to login page.
5 Basic Function Introduction
5.1 Call Function
5.1.1 Call Manager Center
Check Register to the MGT Center, you can touch the Call button to call manager center.
Now VTO can only call MGT Center, cannot call VTH. Manager center’s time can be set
on management platform or villa VTO’s web-end. Once manager center picks up the call,
you can perform a visual bidirectional talk with the manager center. You can touch the
button on VTO to end call at any time.
Step 1. According to VTO configured for the center, fill in building no, building unit no.
and VTO no.
Step 2. In LAN Config, check register to the MGT center, as in Figure 5- 1.
Step 3. Fill in MGT center IP address and MGT port no.
Step 4. Set call VTS time. Within this period, VTO can only call the center.
Step 5. Check Call VTS or not.
Step 6. Confirm all config, and click on OK. Enter Logout Reboot Devices, to manually
reboot the device.
Figure 5- 1
5.1.2 Call User
Press Call button under standby status, and the VTO will call user. User may monitor VTO
from VTH.
 On VTH, press Unlock button to unlock door.
 When VTH picks up, you can start talk with the VTH.
 If no one answers the call, then the call will end automatically and device returns to
standby status.
5.1.3 Group Call
Group call is mainly used for one VTO. Press Call button on VTO to call multiple VTH at
the same time.
VTH consists of master VTH and extension VTH. A system can only have a max of 1
master VTH and 5 extension VTHs. Please refer to VTO2000A Series Installation Guide V
1.0.0.
Set VTO
Step 1. Select System Config>Indoor Station Manager, system shows Indoor Station
interface.
Step 2. In Indoor Station Manager interface, click on
to delete default VTH.
Step 3. Click on Add, input VTH Short No., IP Address (optional) to add a VTH. See
Figure 5- 2.
Note:
In Indoor Station interface, you only need to add main VTH, and you do not need to add
extension.
Figure 5- 2
Note:
Paramete with * are mandantory to be set.
Step 4. In LAN Config interface, check Group Call, and click on OK. See Figure 5- 3.
Step 5. After config is complete, enter Logout interface to reboot VTO.
Figure 5- 3
Set Main VTH
Step 1. On VTH screen, press System Settings>Project Settings, input password
(default is 002236) to enter Project Settings interface.
Step 2. Press Product Info, input Room No., Local IP and etc as in Figure 5- 4.
Note:
Room No. Must match setting in VTH Short No. In Figure 5- 4.
Figure 5- 4
Step 3. Press Network, input VTO IP Address. See Figure 5- 5.
Figure 5- 5
Set Extension
Step 1. On VTH screen, press System Settings>Project Settings, input password
(default is 002236) to enter Project Settings interface.
Step 2. Press Product Info. Press Master, Master icon becomes Extention icon.
Step 3. Set Room No. (i.e. 1101-1), input IP Address, Subnet Mask and Gateway.
Step 4. In Master IP, input IP of the main VTH. After competion, extension will
automatically sync with main VTH info configured by user. See Figure 5- 6.
Figure 5- 6
5.2 Monitor
Both VTS and VTH are able to monitor this VTO by enabling the camera to capture local
circumstance.
5.3 Unlock Function
Unlock by Center
When center is called, calling or monitoring, center can remotely unlock door. VTO will
return to standby interface after call ends or countdown stops.
Unlock by VTH
When VTH is called, calling or monitoring, VTH can remotely unlock door. VTO will return
to standby interface after call ends or countdown stops.
5.4 Compensation of Light
In dark environment or at night, the VTO adopts auto photoreception technology which
achieves light compensation in connecting status.
5.5 Vandal Proof
There is one channel of vandal proof which will generate alarm sound and report to the
manager center once VTO is forced to leave the wall.
5.6 Restore Backup
Restore Card Info
If you encounter abnormality with card info or accidently restore default settings, you can
restore card info with this function.
Restore VTH Info
If VTH info is mistakenly changed, you can restore VTH info with this function.
Note: Every half hour, VTO automatically saves card and VTH info in the system. If you
want to restore card and/or VTH info, you must restore within half hour after your last
operation that change these info.
6 FAQ
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Q: I pressed Call button, and the indicator turned on, but the VTO did not start a call?
A: Please check your operation process.
Q: How to end a call when I am calling?
A: Please press button on VTO and there will be sound from the device.
Q: The device could not boot up and there was no sound or light.
A: Please check if power supply is well plugged.
Q: My call did not go though.
A: It is network connection error; please check the cables of the device and its
extension.
Q: I have other problems not included above.
A: Please contact technical staffs for assistance.
Appendix 1 Technical Specifications
Model
System
Video
Audio
Operation
Mode
Network
General
VTO2000A
Main Process
Embedded micro controller
OS
Embedded Linux os
Video
Compression
Standard
H.264
Input/Sensor
Megapixel CMOS HD camera
Night Vision
Support
Input
Omnidirectional Mic
Output
Built-in speaker
Talk
Support bidirectional talk
Input
Single key input
Door Lock
Status Check
Support (optional)
Ethernet
10M/100Mbps self-fit
Network
Protocol
TCP/IP
Power
DC 10V~15V
Consumption
Standby ≤1W; working ≤10W
Working
Temperature
﹣30℃~+70℃
Relative
Humidity
10%~90%RH
Dimension
(L×W×H)
129.9mm×32.2mm×140mm
Weight
0.8kg
Appendix 2 Technical Specifications
Appendix 2.1 Cable Specification
The wiring length between VTO and VTH is LN, so reasonable specification of wiring is:
Cable Specification
0<LN≤50m
50<LN≤100m
UTP Cat5e/Cat6: 10 ohm/100m
Optional
Optional
UTP Cat5e/Cat6: 18.8 ohm/100m
Optional
Not optional
Note:
Please do not let LN be over 100m.
Appendix 2.2 Power Extension Line Specification
The wiring length between VTO and adaptor is LC, so reasonable specification of extnsion
line is:
Extension Line Specification
0<LC≤30m
30<LC≤100m
20AWG
Optional
Not optional
18AWG
Optional
Optional
17AWG
Optional
Optional
Note:
Before plugging extension line to power, make sure its positive and negative end are
correctly wired.
Appendix 2.3 Embedded Box
VTO Model
Embedded Box
VTO2000A
Case 126*115
1
Appendix 3 VTMS
 Check Installation Environment
This manual makes Window XP as example to introduce how to modify IP of PC inorder to
connect VTMS and monitoirng system.
Step 1. Select Start>Control Panel>Network Connection>Local Area Connection, right
click on Local Area Connection icem, select Properties, see Appendix 3- 1.
Appendix 3- 1
Step 2. View and modify IP address, make it in the same segment with VTO. See
Appendix 3- 2.
Appendix 3- 2
Step 3. After complete modification, select Start>Run, input “cmd”, click on OK. Enter
command interface, input “ping” + IP of the VTO. If it obtains communication data,
then VTO and the PC are connected. See Appendix 3- 3.
Appendix 3- 3
 Enable VTMS
The following mainly introduces how to config VTMS for you to login VTO and use VTMS.
Step 1. Install VTMS on PC.
Step 2. Double click on
, click on Start service, and VTMS will boot up.
Appendix 3- 4
Appendix 4 VTMS Client
This following mainly introducts how to config VTMS Client.
Appendix 4.1 Config Network Address
Step 1. Install VTMS Client on PC.
Step 2. Double click on
, in pop-up box input username, password, IP address,
port and etc. Click on Login. See Appendix 4- 1.
Note: Default username and password is admin and 123, respectively. After first
successful login, please change password.
Appendix 4- 1
Step 3. In main interface, click on Device MGR. See Appendix 4- 2.
Appendix 4- 2
Step 4. Double click on VTS parameter collumn, sustem pops up Edit device box, input
PC’s IP address. See Appendix 4- 3.
Appendix 4- 3
Step 5. Click on Save. Input project password (default project password is 123).
Step 6. Re-login VTMS, you can see VTMS is successfully configured as in Appendix 44.
Appendix 4- 4
Appendix 4.2 Create Organization
First you must build up environmrnt and set VTMS server, please refer to Appendix 2.
This chapter takes example of a residence with 10 buildings and 2 units.
 Create Residence Organization
Step 1. In VTMS main interface, select Organization, click on Batch Add. System pops
up Batch Add box, see Appendix 4- 5.
Appendix 4- 5
Step 2. Click on OK to save. The created organization is as in Appendix 4- 6.
Appendix 4- 6
 Add VTO
Step 1. In VTMS main interface, select Device MGR, click on Add, system pops up Batch
Add box.
Step 2. Fill in info according to your actual condition, and click on Save. See Appendix 47.
Appendix 4- 7
 Add VTH
Step 1. In VTMS main interface, select Device MGR, click on Batch Add, system pops up
Batch Add box.
Step 2. Fill in info according to your actual condition, and click on Save. See Appendix 48.
Appendix 4- 8
Appendix 5 Toxic or Hazardous Materials or Elements
Component
Name
Toxic or Hazardous Materials or Elements
Pb
Hg
Cd
Cr VI
PBB
PBDE
Circuit Board
Component
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O: Indicates that the concentration of the hazardous substance in all homogeneous
materials in the parts is below the relevant threshold of the SJ/T11363-2006 standard.
X: Indicates that the concentration of the hazardous substance of at least one of all
homogeneous materials in the parts is above the relevant threshold of the
SJ/T11363-2006 standard. During the environmental-friendly use period (EFUP) period,
the toxic or hazardous substance or elements contained in products will not leak or mutate
so that the use of these (substances or elements) will not result in any severe
environmental pollution, any bodily injury or damage to any assets. The consumer is not
authorized to process such kind of substances or elements, please return to the
corresponding local authorities to process according to your local government statutes.
Note:
 This manual is for reference only. Slight difference may be found in user
interface.
 All the designs and software here are subject to change without prior written
notice.
 All trademarks and registered trademarks are the properties of their respective
owners.
 If there is any uncertainty or controversy, please refer to the final explanation of
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