¶ 3.1 Warnings and safety information
MAKE SURE YOU READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Follow all the instructions. This will avert fire, explosions, electric shock and other hazards that can cause material damage and/or severe injury or death
Please ensure that all those who use the device have read these warnings and instructions and follow them
Keep all safety information and instructions available for future reference and pass them onto users who subsequently use the device
The manufacturer assumes no liability for instances of material damage or personal injury caused by any incorrect use of the device or non- compliance with safety instructions. The warranty is invalidated in such cases.
THE DEVICE IS NOT SUITABLE FOR USE IN POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE ENVIRONMENTS
- The device is intended for indoor use. Never use it outdoors
- Only use the device within the power limits specified. In the event the device suffers damage, it shall be disconnected from the mains and no longer used
- To prevent overheating, the device shall not be covered or placed near to sources of heat or in direct sunlight, and it shall only be used
in ambient temperatures between +3°C and +38°C
- To prevent the system from overheating, do not cover the air intake and outtake vents of the device
- Do not use the device during a gas leak
- Do not use the device close to magnetic or electric fields
- Do not use the device during a thunderstorm
- To prevent electric shocks, unplug the cable from the socket before moving the system
- Do not turn on the device with the side covers removed
- Do not place objects on the surface of the device or insert foreign objects into it
- Use the device with care, avoid impacts and mechanical damage, moisture on the device both outside and inside
- Use the device in a well-ventilated area
NEVER LEAVE CHILDREN UNSUPERVISED WITH THE PACKAG- ING MATERIAL. THE PACKAGING MATERIAL REPRESENTS A RISK OF SUFFOCATION.
CHILDREN FREQUENTLY UNDERESTIMATE THESE DANGERS. KEEP CHILDREN AWAY FROM THE PACKAGING MATERIAL.
- This device shall not be used by those (including children) with physical or mental-health issues or a lack of experience and/or knowledge, unless they are supervised by somebody who assumes responsibility for their safety and gives them corresponding instructions on how to use the device correctly.
- To avert injuries, keep the device away from children. Children shall be supervised to ensure they do not play with the device.
BE VIGILANT AT ALL TIMES, AND ALWAYS BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU ARE DOING. DO NOT USE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT IF YOU ARE LACKING IN CONCENTRATION OR AWARENESS, OR ARE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS, ALCOHOL OR MEDICATION. A BRIEF MOMENT OF CARELESSNESS CAN CAUSE SERIOUS ACCIDENTS AND INJURY WHEN USING ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES.
NEVER TOUCH A MAINS POWER PLUG WITH WET HANDS. KEEP THE DEVICE AWAY FROM MOISTURE.
- Only use the mains power cord supplied with the device. Other power cables can damage the device. Do not use the power cable together with any other devices.
- Before using the device, check it for any signs of damage. If there is any visible damage, a strong odour or excessive heating of components, disconnect all power plugs immediately and do not use the device.
- Do not place the device on uneven or unstable surfaces.
- Do not expose the device to dirty or dusty environments.
- Do not expose the device to direct sunlight, or place it on heat-sensitive surfaces or close to heaters, air-conditioners or combustible materials.
- Keep the device away from combustible materials such as curtains and drapes.
- Do not use any damaged power cables, accessories or other peripheral devices.
- Do not use the device near liquids or in rainy or humid conditions, or expose it to them.
- Before using an adapter or extension cable, seek the assistance
of a specialist because they can cut out the protective earthing circuitry.
- The software and hardware shall be installed as in the user instructions.
- If the device is not installed and used as in these user instructions, it can cause interference to radio and television reception and other electronic devices in residential areas.
- Before connecting the device to the power supply, ensure your local mains voltage matches that indicated on the device. If you are uncertain about the voltage of the power supply, contact your electricity supplier.
- The device shall be connected to a properly installed and earthed AC power socket.
- The mains power socket you use shall be installed close to the device and be easily accessible.
- Be particularly careful not to damage the electric plug. Only use the device with an appropriate, correctly installed and easily accessible mains power socket.
- Ensure the device can be disconnected from the power supply at any time. To disconnect the power supply, pull out the mains power plug.
- Protect the mains power plug from being used by others (especially children).
- The mains power plug shall not be exposed to mechanical stress such as tension or overstretching, or be dropped. Damage to the mains power plug can cause complete failure of the device.
- Never leave the device unsupervised when it is switched on. If the device cannot be used without an associated risk, it shall be switched off and protected against unintentional use.
- When it is not needed, and during thunderstorms, always disconnect the device from the power supply.
- Never remove a USB data carrier when the computer is working.