NatComm BMS2/M Operation & User’s Manual

Operation & User’s Manual for NatComm BMS2/M Media Player (20 pages)

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  • Category of Device: Media Player
  • Document: BMS2/M, File Type: PDF Operation & User’s Manual
  • Updated: 04-02-2024
  • Count of Pages: 20
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  • Page 1:

    BMS2

    USER GUIDE

    For Technical Assistance

    Please Phone: (07) 5596 5128

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    PACKING LIST

    Your BMS2 unit is supplied with the following items :

    1 x BMS2 unit

    1 x 12V/1A Power Adaptor

    1 x 3.5mm Audio Plug (for connection to speaker wire).

    1 x 3.5mm to RCA Stereo Audio Cable (for connection to Amp).

    1 x 2GB MMC/SD Flash Card (for Messages and High Rotation Songs)

    1 x 2GB MMC/SD Flash Card (for Music Folders)

    1 x User Guide

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Description -Page 3

    Operation -Page 4

    Flash Card Information -Page 5

    Flash Card Programmer -Page 6

    Flash Card Music Folder Programming -Page 7

    Flash Card Message Programming -Page 8

    BMS Control Program -Page 10-12

    Encryption Facility -Page 13

    Model Options -Page 14-15

    Installation, when used with a separate Amplifier -Page 16-17

    Installation, when used with direct speakers -Page 18-19

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    DESCRIPTION

    BMS2 is a High Quality Digital Message Player, designed specifically for

    Background Music and Messaging applications.

    It is designed to play a mixture of MP3 based Music and Message files, where

    Messages are automatically played at a User Selectable frequency.

    BMS-2 also allows for a separate Folder of HIGH ROTATION SONGS that can

    be loaded onto the MESSAGE CARD that can also be played at a User

    Selectable frequency. This additional folder does not need to be used.

    As BMS-2 will only play Encrypted MP3 Files, all MP3 based Music and

    Message Files must be ENCRYPTED first with our Encryption program.

    The heart of BMS2 is a professional quality MP3 engine, which is controlled

    by a powerful microprocessor in order to provide exceptional message output

    quality. It incorporates a powerful amplifier, with a Mono 100V output, designed

    to drive up to TEN 100V speakers (set at 1W) operating at background audio

    levels. BMS2 also has a Stereo Line Level output, for those sites which require

    an amplifier to drive more than TEN 100V Speakers.

    MODEL OPTIONS

    In addition to the Standard Model described above, there are TWO additional

    Models provided in the BMS2 range, as detailed below :

    Model BMS2/T - Time Programmable Music Folder and Message play

    Will allow you to set MUSIC FOLDERS and INDIVIDUAL MESSAGES to

    play on a Time Programmable Basis. You can program MUSIC FOLDERS

    and INDIVIDUAL MESSAGES to play :

    - During a specific Time Period WITHIN a Single Day

    - During specific DAYS of the WEEK.

    - From a specified START DATE to a specified STOP DATE.

    - To program the BMS2 to START and STOP playing on a daily basis.

    Model BMS2/M - Incorporates an Internal Modem for Dial in Updates.

    Has an internal Modem option which will allow you to connect it to a telephone

    line so that you can DIAL IN and ADD, or CHANGE a MESSAGE on the SD

    Flash Card. You can also send a new Time Programmable (see above)

    SET.TBL file which will allow you to change the frequency that a MESSAGE

    FILE or HIGH ROTATION FILE should play.

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    OPERATION

    BMS2 is designed to be left ON at all times. Power consumption is minimal

    and there are no moving parts that will wear with use.

    Upon connecting the supplied Power Adaptor (and after a short ‘boot up’ delay),

    BMS2 will begin randomly playing MUSIC FILES from your MUSIC FLASH

    CARD.

    It will also play MESSAGE FILES and (if required) HIGH ROTATION FILES

    sequentially from your MESSAGE FLASH CARD at a user programmed

    frequency.

    MUSIC FILES must be stored in Folders containing a MAX of 250 SONGS per

    folder. Up to 250 Folders can be stored on the MUSIC FLASH CARD.

    On power up, MUSIC FILES are played from the first folder on a completely

    RANDOM basis, until the last file has played. Once all music files in the first

    folder are played, BMS2 will then begin playing Music files from the second

    Folder until all files have played before moving to the next Music Folder.

    - The First folder is the first folder transferred to the Music Flash Card.

    - The Second folder is the second folder transferred to the Music Flash Card.

    - The Third folder is the third folder transferred etc, etc.

    Once the last song in the last Music Folder has finished, BMS2 will then move

    back to the first created Folder again and then cycle on again as above. If

    power or either SD Flash Card is removed, it will restart from the first folder.

    It will also SEQUENTIALLY play through all of your MESSAGE FILES and all

    HIGH ROTATION FILES (if required) before repeating again from the first

    one(s). Messages can be played after a preset number of songs (01-256) or

    after a preset number of minutes (0-256).

    If Messages are selected to play at a fixed minute interval, then BMS2 will

    automatically ‘fade out’ the Music first, before playing the Message. Once the

    Message is complete, it will then ‘fade back in’ the Music from the same point

    that it stopped the Music File.

    The frequency that MESSAGE FILES play, is programmed via the BMS Dealer

    Control Program, which creates a file known as SET.TBL, which will be written

    automatically to your MUSIC Flash Card.

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    FLASH CARD INFORMATION

    BMS2 uses TWO standard SD-HC Flash Cards to store your MP3 based

    Music and Messages. They must be formatted as FAT32. This is

    automatically done when you use the ‘Condition Flash Card’ facility provided

    with our BMS Dealer Control program

    Our unique SD card loading design allows your complete Music or complete

    Message programming (contained on the Flash cards) to be changed in

    seconds. You do not even need to power the device down before doing this.

    MESSAGE Flash Card - Each unit is currently supplied with a 4GB SD-HC

    card for Messages. You should store all of the encrypted MP3 BASED

    MESSAGE FILES and HIGH ROTATION FILES on this card.

    MUSIC Flash Card - Each unit is currently supplied with a 4GB SD-HC

    card. You can load up to 4000 minutes (33 hours) of encrypted Music at CD

    quality (Mono 128kbps) onto this card.

    Our BMS Dealer Control program will write a small file known as a set.tbl

    file to the MUSIC Flash Card which will instruct BMS2 how frequently to

    play a MESSAGE and High Rotation Files (if required).

    Alternatively, you can load up from 8000 to 32000 minutes (533 hours) of

    Audio by using an optionally available 8,16 or to 32GB SD Flash Card. You

    can also increase play time by using a lower sampling rate for your files.

    These flash cards are completely non volatile, which means that your

    message is not lost in transport or when power is lost. They are designed

    to be over written many times without any deterioration in quality.

    The supplied Flash cards are PRE-FORMATTED.

    When reusing your Flash cards, it is important that you CONDITION

    each Flash card before loading replacement Music folders onto the

    card. This is necessary to ERASE the file directory of the Flash Card,

    as Windows does not do this and will not over write directory

    information when it is full.

    The BMS Dealer Control Card provides a CONDITIONING SD CARD

    option, selected from the main menu.

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    FLASH CARD PROGRAMMER

    Your MUSIC FILES and your MESSAGE FILES are transferred to the Flash

    Card using an SD flash card programmer.

    These Flash Card programmers can be built into your PC, or an external

    unit can connected to your PC via a USB port.

    Flash Card programmers are treated by the PC as a Removable Hard Drive

    device.

    Once connected to the PC, they are automatically allocated a separate

    DRIVE LETTER so that you can then COPY and DELETE files to the Flash

    Card inserted into this drive, just as you would do with any other Drive of

    your PC.

    BMS DEALER CONTROL PROGRAM

    The best way to do this is to use our BMS Dealer Control Program, which

    provides a simple user interface (see page 9).

    You can also use Windows Explorer if you wish, however this is not

    recommended because you will then need to have a thorough understanding

    of where all Files, Folders and Timetables need to be placed to work

    correctly.

    If you do not have a copy of BMS Dealer Control Program V2.01, please

    call (07) 5596 5128 or email : [email protected] and request a copy of

    this free program.

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    MUSIC FLASH CARD

    Music Plays Randomly

    Because of the large volumes of Music that will normally be used, BMS2

    uses MUSIC SUB-FOLDERS on the MUSIC FLASH CARD. Each Sub-

    Folders can have a MAX of 250 SONGS contained within it. Up to 250 Sub-

    Folders can be stored on the MUSIC FLASH CARD.

    As BMS-2 will only play Encrypted MP3 Files, all MP3 based Music Files

    must be ENCRYPTED first with our Encryption program.

    The Encryption facility incorporated in our BMS Dealer Control program will

    allow you to automatically encrypt a complete folder of Music at one time.

    Our BMS Dealer Control Program will then allow you to TRANSFER complete

    folders onto your SD card, one at a time.

    On power up, ALL SONGS are played from the first folder on a completely

    RANDOM basis, until the last file has played. Once all Music file in the first

    sub-folder are played, BMS2 will then begin playing Music files from the

    second sub-Folder until all files have played before moving to the next Music

    Sub-Folder.

    The First folder is the first folder transferred to the Music Flash Card. The

    Second folder is the second folder transferred to the Music Flash Card. The

    Third folder is the third folder transferred etc, etc. Once the last song in the

    last Music Folder has finished, BMS2 will then move back to the first created

    Folder and then cycle on again as above. If power is removed or lost or

    either SD Flash Card is removed, BMS2 will RESTART from the first folder.

    The use of Folders presents a perfect opportunity to arrange your Music

    into separate GENRE groups.

    With our Model BMS2/T (Time Programmed Music and Message Play)

    device, you can also program individual Music Folders to play during a

    specific time period (within a single day), or for specific days of the week or

    for a specified period (using a start date and stop date).

    You can also use this option to START and STOP play to coincide with

    business hours. See page 14 for further information.

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    MESSAGE FLASH CARD

    Messages Play Sequentially

    * You can load a MAX of 250 Messages onto the Message Flash Card.

    * You can also load a MAX of 250 High Rotation Songs onto the

    Message Flash Card.

    MESSAGES must be located within a single folder, called MESSAGES .

    This folder is automatically is created on your MESSAGE CARD by using

    the ‘Condition Message SD Card’ facility of the BMS Dealer Control program.

    HIGH ROTATION SONGS must be located within a single folder, called

    HITS. This folder is automatically created on your MESSAGE CARD by

    using the ‘Condition Message SD Card’ facility of the BMS Dealer Control

    program.

    Note - You do not need to use the HIGH ROTATION FOLDER. If you do

    not plan to use High Rotation Songs, then leave this folder blank.

    As BMS2 will only play Encrypted MP3 Files, all MP3 based Messages

    and High Rotation Songs must be ENCRYPTED first with our Encryption

    program.

    MESSAGES and HIGH ROTATION SONGS (if used) will play IN THE

    ORDER they are LOADED ONTO THE FLASH CARD.

    They will PLAY every 1-256 songs, OR Messages Only can be played

    every 1-256 minutes as programmed by your BMS Dealer Control Program.

    Note : If you are using Windows Explorer

    If the order that the files need to play is important, you MUST write them to

    the Flash Card one at a time, in the order required.

    If you drag more than 1 file at a time to a folder, Windows MAY load the files

    randomly onto the card, in an alphanumeric fashion, based on the filename,

    which means they may not play in the order required.

    We recommend that you use the BMS Control Program t do this.

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    FLASH CARD FOLDERS

    You should use the BMS Dealer Control program (see page 10) to

    CONDITION your MUSIC and MESSAGE cards and to transfer your MUSIC

    Sub-Folder to the MUSIC card and your Messages (and optional High

    Rotation Files) to the MESSAGE card.

    MUSIC CARD

    1) You should ALWAYS prepare your MUSIC Flash Card by using the

    ‘Condition Music SD Card’ facility provided with the BMS Control Program.

    This facility will REFORMAT the card and then create a MUSIC folder on

    your card.

    2) LOAD your encrypted Music

    Folders, into the MUSIC Folder by

    using the ‘Transfer Music Folders to

    SD Card’ option of the BMS program.

    These folders will then be loaded as

    Sub-Folders.

    MESSAGE CARD

    1) You should ALWAYS prepare your MESSAGE Flash Card by using the

    ‘Condition Message SD Card’ facility provided with the BMS Control Program.

    This facility will REFORMAT the card and then create a MESSAGE folder

    2) LOAD your encrypted Messages, into the MESSAGE Folder by using

    the ‘Transfer Messages to SD Card’ option of the BMS program.

    3) The ‘Condition Message SD Card’ facility will also create a HITS folder,

    which is the destination of any High Rotation Songs that you may wish to

    use.

    You can leave this folder blank if you wish, or you can transfer individual

    files into the HITS folder using the ‘Transfer High Rotation Files to SD Card’

    facility provided with the BMS Control Program.

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    BMS CONTROL PROGRAM

    The BMS Control

    Program has been

    developed to provide you

    with an easy to use, step

    by step procedure for

    programming up your

    Flash Cards.

    You will find this program

    (BMS Control Program

    Setup.exe) on the CD

    which has been supplied

    with your unit.

    To Install this program,

    simply ‘double click’ this

    file and then follow the

    instructions.

    STEP 1 - CONDITION YOUR SD FLASH CARD

    The first step for all programming is to CONDITION your SD Flash Card. This

    procedure ERASES all files from the Flash Cards.

    Select the Drive Letter for your SD card on the first occasion that you enter

    this facility. It will then be remembered during future access, providing that

    the drive is not removed.

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    STEP 2 - TRANSFER MUSIC FOLDER TO YOUR MUSIC CARD

    The second step is to TRANSFER COMPLETE FOLDERS of ENCRYPTED

    MUSIC to your MUSIC Flash Card.

    You should navigate through to each

    folder that you require to be copied to

    the SD Flash Card and transfer them

    one at a time by highlighting them and

    then clicking the Send Icon.

    Note - BMS2 will only play Encrypted

    Music Files, so you should Encrypt

    each folder first using the Encrypt

    MP3 files option from the Main Menu.

    STEP 3 - TRANSFER MESSAGES TO YOUR MESSAGE CARD

    The third step is to TRANSFER ENCRYPTED MESSAGES to your SD Flash

    Card.

    You should navigate through to each

    MESSAGE that you require to be

    copied to the SD Flash Card and

    transfer them one at a time by

    highlighting them and then clicking

    the Send Icon.

    Note - BMS2 will only play Encrypted

    Message Files, so you should Encrypt

    each message first using the Encrypt

    MP3 files option from the Main Menu.

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    STEP 4 - TRANSFER HIGH ROTATION SONGS TO YOUR

    MESSAGE CARD

    If Required - The Fouth step is to TRANSFER ENCRYPTED High Rotation

    Files (HRF) to your SD Flash Card.

    You should navigate through to each ‘HRF’ that

    you require to be copied to the SD Flash Card and

    transfer them one at a time by highlighting them

    and then clicking the Send Icon.

    Note - BMS2 will only play Encrypted Files, so

    you should Encrypt each ‘HRF’ first using the

    Encrypt MP3 files option from the Main Menu.

    STEP 5 - MESSAGE & HITS PLAY PROGRAMMING

    Load your MUSIC Flash Card into your Flash Card programmer.

    In this section, you specify how frequently you wish to play a Message and

    a HRF (if required). You can play a message after 1-256 songs, or at intervals

    of 1-256 mins. You can play a HRF file after 1-256 songs,

    MESSAGE VOLUME

    You can also program BMS2 to play

    Messages at a HIGHER VOLUME

    than the Music by Sliding the slide

    bar to the right. This actually

    DECREASES the volume of the

    MUSIC, relative to MESSAGES.There

    are 12 possible settings, each position

    represents a reduction of 1.5dB,

    providing you with a maximum

    reduction of 18dB.

    MESSAGE FREQUENCY

    The software defaults to SONGS. If

    you wish to change to MINUTES, you

    should use this drop down box.

    HIGH ROTATION FILES FREQUENCY

    You can play a High Rotation File after every 1-256 songs, as selected in this

    area.

    All settings that you have made from this page are then saved in a file

    called : SET.TBL, which is then saved on your MUSIC Flash Card.

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    ENCRYPTION FACILITY

    This facility is used to

    ENCRYPT all MP3 based

    Music and Message files for

    use with our BMS devices.

    It is accessed via the Common

    Functions section of the BMS

    Dealer Control Program.

    The Encryption process is a

    demanding mathematical

    manipulation of your original

    MP3 files and can be quite time

    consuming. Depending on the

    power of your PC, this can take

    5-10 seconds of processing

    time, per minute of MP3 Music

    or Message.

    You should first navigate through to

    the SOURCE FOLDER of the Music

    Folder, Message File or High Rotation

    File that you require to be encrypted

    and then select if it is a full folder or a

    single file to be encrypted

    You should then navigate through to

    the DESTINATION FOLDER for the

    Music Folder, Message File or High

    Rotation File that it will be SAVED to

    once they have been encrypted

    Note - Files that have been encrypted

    are renamed with the same filename, but the extension has been changed

    from .mp3 to .bms.

    Ie: filename.mp3 - becomes - filename.bms

    To save considerable time and effort, we recommend that you encrypt

    your Music Folders (genres) in a single run.

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    TIME PROGRAMMABLE MUSIC

    and MESSAGE CHANGE option

    Our Model BMS2/T will allow you to set MUSIC FOLDERS and INDIVIDUAL

    MESSAGES to play on a Time Programmable Basis.

    You can program MUSIC FOLDERS and INDIVIDUAL MESSAGES to play

    :

    * During a specific Time Periods WITHIN a Single Day

    * During specific DAYS of the WEEK.

    * From a specified START DATE to a specified STOP DATE.

    With this option, you can also program the BMS2 unit to

    * START and STOP PLAYING on a Daily Basis.

    A SEPARATE USER GUIDE IS SUPPLIED WITH THIS MODEL

    WHICH PROVIDES FULL PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS

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    MODEM OPTION

    to allow DIAL IN

    MESSAGE or MUSIC CHANGES

    Our Model BMS2/M device has an internal Modem which will allow you to

    connect it to a telephone line so that you can DIAL IN and :

    1) ADD or CHANGE a MESSAGE File

    2) CHANGE the SET.TBL file

    This will allow you to change the frequency that a MESSAGE File

    should play.

    It will also allow you to change the Time Programming

    A SEPARATE USER GUIDE IS SUPPLIED WITH THIS MODEL

    WHICH PROVIDES FULL PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS

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    BMS2 INSTALLATION

    when using an Amplifier

    Please refer to the Installation Diagram on page 16.

    BMS2 provides a Stereo Line Level output, which is designed to connect

    direct to a separate Amplifier.

    The separate Amplifier is then used to power the required number of

    speakers (usually 100V paging/music speakers)

    The amplifier used should have a power rating (W), greater than the sum of

    the tapping setting of all speakers connected to it.

    If higher volume is required on one or more speakers, then you may increase

    the tapping to a higher W setting.

    SPEAKER CABLE

    You should use figure 8 speaker cable with a power rating suitable for the

    amplifier which you plan to use.

    You can use ‘Light Duty’ , such as 14/0.14 for amplifiers with an output of

    50W RMS or less.

    For amplifiers with a power rating of greater than this, you should use ‘Heavy

    Duty ‘ 24/0.20.

    100V SPEAKERS

    BMS2 units are designed to operate with standard 100V PA or Background

    Music speakers, which are typically Ceiling Mounted or Wall Mounted.

    100V Speakers are designed to connect in Parallel fashion, as indicated on

    the Installation Diagrams.

    This means that the amplifier connects to one speaker, direct onto the

    appropriate tapping of the 100V speaker transformer. The next speaker

    connects from that same point, and so on to the last speaker, in a ‘daisy

    chain’ type fashion.

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    INSTALLATION DIAGRAM

    NATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS

    BMS-2

    BMS - Line Level

    Units 11-12/39-47 Lawrence Drive Nerang Queensland 4211

    Phone (07) 5596 5128 Fax (07) 5596 5121 www.natcomm.com.au

    12V/1A

    Power Supply

    Audio Out

    Volume Adjust

    Music Card

    Music Card

    Message Card

    Message Card

    12V

    Power

    100V

    100V Speakers

    Amplifier

    2.5mm Power Socket

    3.5mm Audio Socket

    Connect your amplifier direct to the Line Level Audio Out socket

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    INSTALLATION

    when fitting speakers direct

    Please refer to the Installation Diagram on page 18.

    Our BMS units are designed to power directly, up to TEN 100V speakers, each

    with a tapping setting of 1W or less. This setting will allow each speaker to

    provide clear background level audio.

    If higher volume is required on one or more speakers, then you may increase

    the tapping to a higher W setting, but you must also reduce the number of

    speakers accordingly.

    NOTE 1. You should not connect direct to these units speakers with a

    total tapping setting of more than 8W.

    NOTE 2. You should not connect direct to these units speakers that do

    not have a 100V transformer. Doing so may damage the unit.

    A 3.5mm Audio Plug is supplied to provide connection of your speaker wire to

    the BMS1 unit.

    SPEAKER CABLE

    BMS produces a maximum output of 10 watts. For this power level, you can

    use ‘Light Duty’ figure 8 speaker cable, such as 14/0.14 gauge standard or

    better .

    100V SPEAKERS

    BMS2 is designed to operate with standard 100V PA or Background Music

    speakers, which are typically Ceiling Mounted or Wall Mounted.

    100V Speakers are designed to connect in Parallel fashion, as indicated on the

    Installation Diagrams.

    This means that the amplifier connects to one speaker, direct onto the appropriate

    tapping of the 100V speaker transformer. The next speaker connects from that

    same point, and so on to the last speaker, in a ‘daisy chain’ type fashion.

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    INSTALLATION DIAGRAM

    NATIONAL COM

    MUNICATIONS

    BMS-2

    BMS -100V output

    Units 11-12/39-47 Lawrence Drive Nerang Queensland 4211

    Phone (07) 5596 5128 Fax (07) 5596 5121 www.natcomm.com.au

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    SPECIFICATIONS

    Dimensions : 165w x 150d x 60h mm

    Weight : 415g

    Power Supply : 240VAC to 12VAC/1A

    Audio Power Output : 10W

    Line Out Connector : 3.5mm Mono Socket

    100V out Connector : 3.5mm Stereo Socket

    ACMA COMPLIANCE : Supplier Number N 782

    WARRANTY

    This device is guaranteed against defects from workmanship for a period of

    two years (24 months) from the date of purchase. In the event of failure,

    you should return the product, along with proof of purchase date, and a

    written statement about the nature of the problem.

    This Warranty shall not apply to any unit which has been subject to

    alteration, modification, abuse, negligence, accident, external voltage/

    lightning surge or used in any manner contrary to these instructions.

    The obligation is solely to repair or replace the product. The warrantor is

    not liable for any incidental or consequential damages due to such defects.

    The user is responsible for freight costs to the repair point. The warrantor

    will be responsible for freight costs in returning this unit back to the user.

    Damage caused to this device or attached equipment, by lightning strikes

    or over voltage surge is not covered under this warranty.

    CASE SEALED AT FACTORY

    OPENING THE CASE VOIDS THE WARRANTY

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HI 96831
11 07.03.
3 Velux
CLI U12 SD0W118 El B/U
56 10.05.
4 Vector
Start-It VEC025MB
8 0.55 Mb 25.03.
5 GSW
110
44 3.02 Mb 22.05.
6 Anthem
TLP 1
32 0.97 Mb 31.01.
7 Silvercrest
SE 32 A1
101 13.02.
8 A4Tech
X-772FS
12 06.01.
9 Parkinson Cowan
Renown
39 0.3 Mb 06.02.
10 TP-Link
Archer AX6000
122 10.04.
11 GGP ITALY SPA
102-122
59 22.03.
12 Viessmann
VITOMAX 200-HS
152 19.12.
13 Hanseatic
WQP12-J7735E
78 01.12.
14 New Buck Corporation
20 Room Heater
62 03.02.
15 Uniflame
GBT1712W-U
12 27.12.
16 Hama
AV-760
12 24.05.
17 Toolland
LD 42001
5 30.05.
18 DeWalt
NS150A
15 0.4 Mb 03.01.
19 Canon
EOS Rebel T5i 18-55mm IS STM Kit
2 04.02.
20 Horizon Fitness
HORIZON SERIES T90
15 1.54 Mb 24.01.
21 Invacare
rea Bellis
44 14.01.
22 Husqvarna
327LS
60 08.06.
23 Netatmo
starck
22 26.03.
24 Vertex Standard
VX-520U
52 7.86 Mb 05.12.
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