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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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Safety precautions
L Do not damage or modify the power cable. Doing so could result in current leakage or electric shock. L To protect the camera and avoid electric shock hazards, always disconnect the power cord of the camera control unit from the AC outlet when the camera is not in use for an extended period. L Make sure that no flammable objects, water, or bits of metal get inside the unit. These could damage the unit or cause a malfunction. L Whenever an anomaly (unusual noise, smell or smoke) occurs, immediately turn off the main unitâs power, unplug the power cord, and consult your nearest JVC dealer. L Never use digital equipment such as portable telephones or video cameras when using this unit as this may cause a malfunction. If a problem develops concerning the operation of this product while it is being employed as an endoscopy system during surgery, etc., take the appropriate action as described below: L Problem with the endoscope The lamp for the light source may have been burned out. Please read the operating manual for details on replacing the lamp. L Problem with the Micro HD Camera If a problem with the operation of the monitor screen develops and the normal screen is no longer displayed, turn the power off and then turn the power back on again after 5 seconds later. L After use, immediately remove the camera cable from the CCU and connect the cap to the connector. Align the cap to the connector and turn the cap clockwise to connect it firmly. L Check the following items before using the product. (1) Make sure that the product is grounded properly. (2) Make sure that all of the cords are connected properly. (3) When using this product in conjunction with other equipment, consult a specialist in order to minimize any risk of misoperation or misdiagnosis. (4) Make sure that the product has been sterilized. L Pay attention to the following while using the product. (1) Make sure that the patient is not experiencing any distress. (2) Make sure that all of the equipment is operating correctly. (3) Make sure that the patient does not touch the product. L Pay attention to the following after using the product. (1) Following the prescribed procedure, return the product to its original state before it was used, and then turn the power off. (2) When disconnecting the cords, do not pull on the cords with undue force. (3) Storage location ⢠Avoid locations where the product may get wet. ⢠Avoid locations with extremes in air pressure, temperature, or humidity; poor ventilation; exposure to direct sunlight; high levels of dust; high levels of chlorine or sulfur compounds. ⢠Avoid storing the product on an unstable surface; for example, one that is on a slope or is exposed to vibration or physical shocks. ⢠Avoid storing the product in a location that is used to store chemicals or where gases are present. Clean the product, its accessories, and the cords so that they are ready for use the next time that they are needed. If the product malfunctions, do not attempt to repair it yourself. Place a label on it that clearly indicates that it is âout of orderâ and contact a repair specialist. Do not attempt to modify the product. Equipment not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable anaesthetic mixture with air or oxygen or nitrous oxide.

Handling precautions
L For extended product life, avoid using and storing the unit in places subject to the following conditions: ⢠extreme heat or cold ⢠vibrations ⢠dust or soil ⢠high humidity ⢠strong noise source L The environmental temperature under which this unit can be operated is limited by the image sensing device. Use this unit within an environmental temperature range of L L from +5°C to +35°C (41°F to 95°F). Avoid strong vibrations or violent shocks to this unit during installation or transportation. If the power voltage is too high or too low, the service life of this unit may be decreased and optimum performance may not be assured. Do not plug in or unplug the camera cable connector while this unit turned on. Doing so could cause a malfunction. Wipe the cabinet clean with a soft cloth. To remove excessive dirt, clean the unit with a soft cloth dipped in a mild detergent diluted with water. Wring out any excess liquid before wiping. Use a dry cloth to dry the unit. Do not use a volatile liquid such as benzene, thinner or alcohol. These may damage the cabinet surface or the coating. Be sure to use this unit in combination with the components described in âMicro HD camera system componentâ on page 9. Do not use this unit near strong radio sources such as a radio, TV or portable phone, or near devices that produce a strong electromagnetic field such as a transformer or motor as this may generate noise in the picture or cause changes in image colour. L Do not bring an electronic scalpel or other sources of electronic noise near this product. Doing so can interfere with the monitor display. L When using a wireless microphone and receiver with this unit, check them beforehand to ensure that noise does not enter the wireless receiver. L L L





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