Hitron CODA-4582 / 4682 / 4782 Manual

Hitron CODA-4582 / 4682 / 4782 Manual

QUICK START GUIDE


1. Connect t o t he net work
2.Set up your wireless net work

Check the Box Contents

STEP 1: Look in the box and make sure you have the following:


The Hit ron CODA-4582/ 4682/ 4782 is an application gateway that provides wired and wirel ess high-speed Int ernet access as well as optional MoCA (Multimedia over CoaxAlliance) net working to the Ethernet -enabled devices in your home f or a fast and easy home entert ainment network.

Connect to a Cable Outlet

STEP 2: Use a coaxial cabl e (not included) to connect the device’s CABLE connect or to a cable outlet.

Connect to a Power Outlet

STEP 3: Use t he power cord provided t o connect t he POWER port to a power outlet.

Connect to an Ethernet -Equipped Device (Optional)

STEP 4: Use the Ethernet cable provided to connect one of the LAN ports to an Ethernet -equipped device.

User Configurat ion (Optional)

STEP 5: In a web browser, enter 192.168.0.1 in the address bar followed by Username and Password, as below.

Connect wit h Wireless Devices (Optional)

STEP 6: Connect your wirel ess devices wit h t he correct SSID and Passphrase. If you have not changed them, the default values are indicated on the sticker on the back of the unit.
Connect your wirel ess devices wit h t he WiFi Prot ected Setup (WPS). Access the configuration interface (seestep 5), enter the Wireless page to enable WPS and set Encrypt Mode to AES, then press Save Changes. Press this button to begin the WPS Push-Button Configuration (PBC) procedure. Press the PBC button on your wireless clients in the coverage area within two minutes to enable them to join the wireless network.

Setup Complete

STEP 7:Congratulations! You have successfully setup your CODA-4582/4682/4782. If you have any problems, see the section below for help in identifying the cause.

IP Addresses

If the CODA-4582 is successf ully connected to the network (see LED Display) but you cannot access the Int ernet from a connected computer, your computer’s IP Address may be setup improperly. In your computer’s network settings, ensure that it is configured to either receive an IP address automatically (recommended) or that it has a static IP address in the 192.168.0.10~192.168.0.254 range. For more information, consult your operating system’s Help documentation.

LED Display

Safet y Warnings

Warning
Rsk or electrical SOCK·Do not expose the device to water or mosture The device is a hign-performance communications device designed for home and ottice environments. Do not use tne device outdoors. Keep the device In an environment between O CN 40 C (32 F 104°F). To avold overheating, do NOT place any Object on top or the device. Do not restrict the ↑low of alr around the cable modem. The manufacturer assumes no llablitiestor damage caused by any improper use of the device
DISCLAIMER
The manufacturer assumes no llabllties with respect to the contents of this document. The manufacturer als0 reserves the right to revise this document or update the content thereor without any obllgation to notity any person of such revis ons or amendments Specificaions subject to change without notice
CAUTION
The cable distribution system should be grounded (earthed) in a accordance with ANS NEPA 70, the Nationa日ectrical Oode (NEC. In particular Section 820.93, rounding ol Outer Oonductive snleid Coaxial Cable .

FCC Statement
Federal Communlcatlon Commlsslon Interference Statement
This equlpment has been teted and found to comply with the limitsfor a Ciass B dlgltal device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FOC Fules These llmits are des gned to provide reasonable protection agalnst harmful Interference In a resdential Instalation. This equipment generates, uses and can radlate radlo trequency energy and, t not Installed and used In accordance with the Instructions, may cause harmfu Interference to radio communlcations.
However, there is no guarantee that Interference wll not occur in a particular Installation. If this equipment does cause harmful Interterence to radlo or televsion receptlon, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the Interference by one of the following measures

1. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
2. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

FOC Caution: Any changes or modifications not express y approved by the party respons ble for compliance could vold the user’s autnority to operate thls equipment

This device is going to be operated in 5.15-5.25GHz frequency range, Isrestricted In Indoor environment only.

This device complles with Part 15 of the FOC Rules Operation is subject to the following two conditions (1) This device may not cause harmful interterence, and (2) this device mus accept any Interterence recelved, Including Interterence that may cause undesred operation. For product aval lable in the USA Canada market, only channel 1~11 can be operated·Selection or other channels is not possible This device and it’s antennas s must not be co-located or operating In conjunction with any other antenna or transmltter except In accordance with FoC muit-transmitter product procedures.

IMPORTANT NOTE:
FCC Radlatlon Exposure Statement:
This equipment comples with FOC radiation exposure imits sat ↑orth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 21cm between the radiator & your body.
IC Statement:
This device compl es with ndust ry Canada license exempt RBI st andard s er ation s sub ect t o t he ↑ | owi ng t wo conditions: 1 this de ce may not cause Interte ence, and 2) thi S de ce must accept any int ert erence including Int ert erence t hat may cause undesred operation of the device.

Le présent apparev est conforme aux CNR dindustrie Canada applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L’exploitation est autorisée aux deux conditons suivantes: (1) lapparei ne doit pas produire de broumlage, etde lappareil doit accepter tout brouilage radioślectrique subi, même sile broulage est susceptible den compromettre le fonctionnement.

For product avalable in the USA Canada market, only channel 1 11 can be operated. Selection ot other channels is not possible.

Pour les produits disponibles aux Etats-Unis/ Canada du marché, seul le canal 1 à 11 peuvent être expbités. Sélection d’autres canaux n’est pas possible.

This device and it’s antennass) must not be co-located or operat ing in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter except In accordance with i multi-transmitter product procedures.

Cet apparei et son antene (s) ne doit pas être co-locaisés ou fonctionnement en association avec une autre antenne ou transmetteur.

The device for the band 5150-5250 MHz is only for Indoor usage to reduce potential for harmful Interference to co-channel mobilesatelte systems.

Les dispositifs fanctionnant dans la bande 5150-5250 MHz sont réservés uniquement pour une utilisation à ntérieur afin de réouire les risques de brouilage préjdiciable aux systèmes de satlites mobies tiisant les mêmes canaux.

IC Radlatlon Exposure Statement:
This e uipment compiles with CRSS102 radiation exposure imits sat ↑orth for an uncontrolled en ronment. This equipment should be installed and operated with minimum distance 21cm between the radiator & your body Cet équipement est conforme aux limites dexposiion aux rayonnements IC établies pour un environnement non contrôlé. Cet équioement doit être installé et utilisé avec un minwmum de 21 am de distance entre la source de rayonnement et votre corps.

COPYRIGHT © 2016 HITRON TECHNOLOGIES, INC.

 

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Bluetooth Mini Earbud S530 Manual

Wireless Mini Earbud Instruction Manual Model: S530


Introduction
This manual will help you operate the wireless speaker. You should first familiarize yourself with the Bluetooth functionality of your cell phone or other devices before using the wireless speaker.

Safty Rules
1. Please follow the rules depicted in this manual colsely to ensure your safty. Before using this wireless speaker, we would strongly encourage you to read through this user manual.
2. Be wary of any edges, uneven surfaces, metal parts, accessories and its packing so as to prevent any possible injury or damage.
3. Do not modify, repair of dismantle this wireless speaker. Doing so may result in fires, electric shocks, complete breakdown of this wireless speaker, etc. All of which, are not covered under warranty.
4. Do not use the wireless speaker in a hazardous location.


Back

Pairing to cell phone or other device
To use your Bluetooth Earphone, you must first pair your earphone with a phone or a computer. Once your earphone is paired to a specific cell phone, they will remain paired and automatically recognize each other whenever they are within range.
Pairing to a phone and entertainment:
– Turn on your phone and ensure its Bluetooth function is activated
– Turn on the earphone and go to the pairing mode
– Search your Bluetooth devices on your phone by following the phone’s user manual for more information.
– After a few second the phone will list the “S530” as a discover device.
– Select it and follow your phone instruction to select this pairing.
– Your phone will confirm the pairing, and then press Yes/OK
– Finally, select to connect with the earphone from your phone.

Charge your Earphone
Connect the earphone to USB Charger with the cable included. Red color LED indicator is ON when charge. The red color LED indicator turns blue when full charged. Make sure that your earphone is fully charged for at least 3 hours before initial use.


Warning:
You must select a qualified charger from a regular Manufacturer. You must charge the earphone if it has been not used for more than 1 month.

Product Specification

FCC Caution
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Any Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

Note: 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.

The device has been evaluated to meet general RF exposure  requirement. The device can be used in portable exposure condition without restriction.


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Arris BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway User Manual and Admin Help

BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway Release 1.0

Install and Operations Guide
365-095-30882 Revision 4.0
November 2016
ARRIS Copyrights and Trademarks

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© 2016 ARRIS Enterprises LLC. All Rights Reserved.No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means or used to  make any derivative work (such as translation, transformation, or  adaptation) without written permission from ARRIS Enterprises LLC. (“ARRIS”). ARRIS reserves the right to revise this publication and to make  changes in content from time to time without obligation on the part of  ARRIS to provide notification of such revision or change.

ARRIS and the ARRIS logo are all trademarks of ARRIS Enterprises LLC. Other trademarks and trade names may be used in this document to refer to either the entities claiming the marks or the names of their products.  ARRIS disclaims proprietary interest in the marks and names of others.

ARRIS provides this guide without warranty of any kind, implied or  expressed, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of  merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. ARRIS may make  improvements or changes in the product(s) described in this manual at any time.

The capabilities, system requirements and/or compatibility with third-party products described herein are subject to change without notice.

Tables of Contents

1. ARRIS BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway Introductio…………….. 5
About ARRIS Documentation ……………………………………………………………… 5
Documentation Hyperlinks …………………………………………………………………… 5
Related Documentation………………………………………………………………………….. 6
Document Organization …………………………………………………………………………. 6
2. Preliminary Safety Instructions ……………………………………………………….. 7
Power Supply Installation ……………………………………………………………………….. 7
Telecommunication Installation ……………………………………………………………. 8
Product Ventilation ……………………………………………………………………………………. 8
3. Hardware Gateway Installation …………………………………………………………. 9
Connecting the Power Adapter …………………………………………………………….. 11
Connecting Computers to the BGW210-700 Broadband Gatway…………… 11
Connecting Devices Using Wired Ethernet ……………………………………………………… 11
Connecting Devices Using Wi-Fi ………………………………………………………………………….. 12
Connecting the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway to the Internet………… 13
Connecting VoIP Telephones ………………………………………………………………………………… 14
4. Basic Troubleshooting …………………………………………………………………………………………. 16
Status Indicator Lights ……………………………………………………………………………………………… 17
Problem Isolation ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 21
Rear Panel Connectors ………………………………………………………………………………………. 23
Factory Reset Switch …………………………………………………………………………………………. 24
5. Technical Specifications and Safety Information ……………………………………………. 25
Dimensions and Interfaces …………………………………………………………………………………. 25
Power Supply ……………………………………………………………………………………………………. 26
Environment …………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 26
Agency Approvals ……………………………………………………………………………………………… 26
North America …………………………………………………………………………………………… 26
Caring for the Environment by Recycling ……………………………………………………………… 26
6. Important Safety Instructions …………………………………………………………………….. 27
WARNINGS ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 27
Product Ventilation ……………………………………………………………………………………………. 27
Telecommunication Installation Cautions …………………………………………………………….. 27
Electrical Safety Advisory……………………………………………………………………………………. 28
Declaration of Conformance ………………………………………………………………………………. 28

47 CFR Part 68 Information ………………………………………………………………………… 28
FCC Caution ………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 29
Radiation Exposure Statement ……………………………………………………………………………. 29
Service Requirements ………………………………………………………………………………………… 30
7. ARRIS Contacts ………………………………………………………………………………………… 31

ARRIS BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway Introduction

The BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway hardware platform can host different software. The Advanced Residential Gateway supports VoIP, IPv6, video delivery, security firewall, and extensive remote management features.
The BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway delivers robust video, primary line telephony, and high-speed data over broadband networks via high-speed Internet connectivity. The four Gigabit Ethernet ports can be separated into different services allowing the configuration of dedicated ports for data. It is designed for advanced DSL network service deployments and supports Quality of Service (QoS) enabled features including:
1. Simultaneous use of phone, video, and high-speed data over any one of the available WAN interfaces
2. IPTV video
3. Concurrent Wi-Fi support for 3×3 802.11n on 2.4GHz, and 4×4 802.11ac on 5GHz
4. Primary line VoIP telephone service

About ARRIS Documentation

This guide presents basic operational concepts, and provides step-by-step instructions for the hardware installation and basic troubleshooting of the ARRIS BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway.

Note: For the purposes of this manual the ARRIS BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway may also be referred to simply as the gateway.

Documentation hyperlink

The hyperlink resides in the page number that follows the title. For example, to access Hardware Gateway Installation in the hyperlink below, hover the mouse over the page number in parenthesis until the finger pointer appears, and then click.

Related Documentation

BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway reference documentation is as follows:
1. BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway Install and Operations Guide (this document)
2. BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway AT&T Software Administrator’s Handbook
3. ARRIS ENB-17244 (select BGW210-700 Hardware Diagnostics Information)

Documents Organization

This hardware install and operation guide consists of six product information chapters presented as follows:
1. ARRIS BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway Introduction (page 5) — Describes the ARRIS® document suite, purpose, and structure of this guide.
2. Preliminary Safety Instructions (page 7) — Provides power supply, telecommunication, and ventilation safety instructions.
3. Hardware Gateway Installation (page 9) — Provides the rear panel illustration, a cabling overview, and procedures to perform BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway connections for the power adapter, wired Ethernet, wireless devices, Internet, and VoIP telephones.
4. Basic Troubleshooting (page 16) — Provides simple suggestions for troubleshooting problems with the initial configuration of the gateway.
5. Technical Specifications (page 25) — Presents system and device specifications and important compliance and safety statements.
6. Important Safety Instructions (page 27) — Provides product, telecommunication, and electrical cautionary information, as well as conformance, radiation, and gateway disposable information

Preliminary Safety Instruction

Warning: Do not use before reading these instructions.
Do not connect the Ethernet ports to a carrier or carriage service provider’s telecommunications network or facility unless:
1. You have the written consent of the network or facility manager, or
2. The connection is in accordance with a connection permit or connection rules.
Connection of the Ethernet ports may cause a hazard or damage to the telecommunication network or facility, or persons, with consequential liability for substantial compensation.

Power Supply Installations

Connect the power supply cord to the power jack on the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway. Plug the power supply into an appropriate electrical outlet.
Warning: The power supply must be connected to a mains outlet with a protective earth connection. Do not defeat the protective earth connection.
Warning: Use only the power supply and cord that came with the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway. Failure to use the authorized power supply and cord may cause electric shock, fire, bodily injury, and/or property damage. If the power supply or cord becomes damaged or needs to be replaced, to obtain an authorized replacement please contact AT&T customer service by phone (1.800.288.2020) or via website (www.att.com/support).
Caution: Depending on the power supply provided with the product, either the direct plug-in power supply blades, power supply cord plug or the appliance coupler serves as the mains power disconnect. It is important that the direct plug-in power supply, socket-outlet or appliance coupler be located so it is readily accessible.

Tele Communication Installations

When using telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and injury, including the following:
1. This device is intended for indoor use only.
Warning: Do not install this gateway outdoors.
Warning: Installing and operating this gateway outdoors is a violation of FCC rules.
2. Do not use this product near water, for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, and kitchen sink or laundry tub, in a wet basement or near a swimming pool.
3. Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of electrical shock from lightning.
4. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
Caution: The external phone should be UL listed, and the connections should be made in accordance with Article 800 of the National Electric Code (NEC).
Caution: To reduce the risk of fire, use only No. 26 AWG or larger telecommunication line Cord.

Product Ventilation

The BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway is intended for use in a consumer’s home. Position the device in an upright vertical position located where ambient temperatures remain within a range of 32°- 107°F (0°- 41.7°C). The BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway should not be used in locations exposed to outside heat radiation or where it is subject to trapping of its own heat. The product should have at least two inches of clearance on all sides except the bottom when properly installed and should not be placed inside tightly enclosed spaces unless proper ventilation is provided.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

Hardware Getway Installations

A BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway cabling overview, as well as rear panel illustration, is provided below. Also provided are procedures to perform BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway connections for the power adapter, wired Ethernet, wireless devices, Internet, and VoIP telephones.
The following diagram illustrates BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway connections to the Internet using DSL Broadband. Phone and power adapter connections are also illustrated.
BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway Cabling Overview

Alternatively, you can connect the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway to the Internet using the WAN Ethernet port labeled ONT. See Connecting the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway to the Internet (page 13) for the detailed procedures regarding this setup.
BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway Rear Panel

Connecting The Power Addapter

The power adapter supplies power to the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway.
1. Connect the appropriate end of the power adapter cable to the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway rear panel POWER port.
2. Connect the power plug end to the electrical outlet.
After the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway is powered on, the power light blinks green momentarily and then remains steady green.
For all power light indications, see Status Indicator Lights (page 17) under Basic Troubleshooting.
Warning: Use only the power supply and cord that came with the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway. Failure to use the authorized power supply and cord may cause electric shock, fire, bodily injury, and/or property damage. If the power supply or cord becomes damaged or needs to be replaced, to obtain an authorized replacement please contact AT&T customer service by phone (1.800.288.2020) or via website (www.att.com/support).

Connecting Computer to The BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway

The first computer you connect can be used to configure the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway settings. You can connect more computers and other devices to the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway using wireless or wired Ethernet.

Connected Device Using wired Ethernet

The BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway has four wired Ethernet ports that can be used to connect computers or other devices.
As shown in the illustration below, to connect a computer to the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway:
1. Connect one end of the Ethernet cable to one of the Ethernet ports on the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway.
2. Connect the other end of the cable to the Ethernet port on the computer.
Connecting a Computer to a Ethernet Port of the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway


After the gateway recognizes the computer, the Ethernet light turns steady green and blinks when the computer starts transferring data with the gateway. See Status Indicator Lights (page 17) under Basic Troubleshooting for all Ethernet light indications.

Connecting Device Using Wi-Fi

The BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway has an integrated Wi-Fi access point to which you can use to connect Wi-Fi devices. By default, the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway is configured with a Wi-Fi network name (SSID) and is WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK security enabled.
To connect a Wi-Fi device:
1. On the Wi-Fi device, view the available Wi-Fi networks. The specifics of how you do this depend on the device to which you are connecting.
2.The default Wi-Fi network name (SSID) and the Wi-Fi password (e.g., encryption key) are printed on the label on the side of the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway.
3. Select the appropriate Wi-Fi network name and connect.
BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway Label

4. At the prompt, enter the Wi-Fi password.
To simplify Wi-Fi device connection to the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway:
You can configure Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) to the network using the PIN or PUSH method.
For more information about the PIN method, please see the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway AT&T Software Administrator’s Handbook, as it describes Web UI access for this input.
5. The PUSH method establishes Wi-Fi connectivity if you push the WPS button on the front panel of the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway and on the Wi-Fi device.
Upon WPS button push, the WPS button light flashes green until WPS is completed successfully, at which point it will stay green for 5-minutes (unless pushed again).
See Status Indicator Lights (page 17) under Basic Troubleshooting for all WPS indications.

Connecting The BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway to the Internet

Note: The appropriate port to connect to the Internet is based on the service configuration from AT&T. Do not change the port used unless instructed to do so. Only one of these wiring arrangements can be used at the same time and attempting to use both may interfere with your service.
The DSL Broadband port (labeled Broadband) can be used to connect the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway to the Internet:
1. Connect one end of the DSL cable to the green DSL port on the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway.
2. Connect the other end of the DSL cable to the wall outlet.
After the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway recognizes the connection, the Broadband light blinks green for a moment and then turns steady green. See Status Indicator Lights (page 17) under Basic Troubleshooting for all Broadband light indications.
BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway Connection to the Internet

Alternatively, you can connect the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway to the Internet using the WAN Ethernet port (labeled ONT):
1. Connect one end of an Ethernet cable to the WAN Ethernet port on the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway.
2. Connect the other end of the cable to the operator provided WAN Ethernet jack or ONT.
After the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway recognizes the connection, the Broadband light blinks green for a moment and then turns steady green. See Status Indicator Lights (page 17) under Basic Troubleshooting for all Broadband light indications.

Connecting VOIP Telephones

The BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway includes one RJ-14 port (labeled Phone 1 & 2) with the capacity to support two phone lines using a splitter or multi-jack adapter.
Note: The BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway supports two VoIP lines over one RJ14 (FXS) VoIP port. To connect two phone lines, an inner and outer pair splitter adapter must be attached to the RJ14 (FXS) VoIP port to terminate both lines.
Warning: Do not connect the VoIP lines to your current home telephone wiring, especially if your home has an alarm system. Ensure that you are subscribed to VoIP service for this interface to be used.
As shown in the figures below, to connect phones directly to your gateway:
1. Connect one end of the phone cable to the gray Phone Lines 1&2 connector on the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway.
2. To connect to the telephone(s), do one of the following:
3. For one phone, connect the phone cable directly to the telephone.
Single Phone Connection

For two phones, connect the phone cable to a splitter and then to the phones.
Two Phone Connection Using Splitter

Note: To prevent interference with cordless phones, ensure that the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway is at least 5 feet (1.5 m) from any cordless phone base station.
After the gateway recognizes the phones (Line 1 and Line 2), the Phone 1 & Phone 2 lights turn steady green and blink when the associated phone is in use. See Status Indicator Lights (page 17) under Basic Troubleshooting for all Phone light indications.

Basic Troubleshooting

This chapter provides simple troubleshooting suggestions for issues with the initial configuration of the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway. The following topics are covered:
 Status Indicator Lights (page 17)
 Rear Panel Connectors (page 23)
 Factory Reset Switch (page 24)
Before troubleshooting:
 Read this guide, including Hardware Gateway Installation (page 9) and all of the subtopics.
 Set the TCP/IP controls on the PC to obtain an IP address automatically.
 For additional troubleshooting support please see BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway AT&T Software Administrator’s Handbook, which addresses product Web UI and CLI information.

Status Indicator lights

Check the status indicator lights (LEDs) to begin troubleshooting. Use the front and rear view graphics that follow, as well as the LED Activity descriptions table to interpret the LED indicators.
BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway Status Indicator Lights
Front View


Rear View

Rear Panel Connectors

Connectors on the rear panel are depicted below.
BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway Rear Panel


Note: The BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway supports two VoIP lines over one RJ14 (FXS) VoIP port. To connect two phone lines, an inner and outer pair splitter adapter must be attached to the RJ14 (FXS) VoIP port to terminate both lines.

Factory Reset Switch

The Reset switch will result in a reboot of the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway. Depending on the software loaded on the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway, holding it for an elongated duration of time may reset the device to factory defaults.
 Referring to the diagram below, find the round Reset switch opening.
BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway Reset Switch Location

Press the reset button to initiate the following:
 Press the factory reset button for less than ten seconds to reboot the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway, the indicator lights on the device will respond immediately and start blinking red within one second of the reset button being pressed.
 The lights will blink whether the button is still being pressed or has been released. The indicator lights will flash for a minimum of five seconds, even if the reset button is released within five seconds of being pressed. If the reset button is held for more than five seconds, it will continue to blink until released or until ten seconds have elapsed (see below).
 Press the factory reset button and hold for longer than ten seconds, to reset the device to the factory default shipped settings. If the button is held for ten seconds, the Power indicator continues to blink for an additional five seconds, and then the indicator lights return to their normal operating mode, whether or not the reset button is still depressed.
Warning: Resetting the BGW210-700 Broadband Gateway to factory defaults will require all configured settings to be reconfigured.

Technical Specification and Safety Information

Dimensions and Interfaces


Power Supply
This product is intended to be supplied with a Listed Direct Plug-In AC/DC power adapter marked Class 2 LPS power supply rated @ 12V 3A DC for all BGW210-xxx models.
The AC/DC power adapter supplied with this product is designed to ensure your personal safety and to be compatible with this equipment. Use only the power adapter that was provided with the gateway.
Environment
Operating temperature: 0°C to 41.7°C (32° F to 107° F); 8% to 95% (Non Condensing) Relative Humidity
Storage temperature: –40° C to 80° C (–40° F to 176° F)
Agency Approvels
North America
Safety Approvals:
 United States – UL 60950, Third Edition
EMC:
 United States – FCC Part 15 Class B, Subparts B, C, and E
Telecom:
 United States – CFR Part 68

Caring for the Environment by Recycling

When you see this symbol on an ARRIS product, do not dispose of the product with residential or commercial waste.

Recycling your ARRIS Equipment Please do not dispose of this product with your residential or commercial waste. Some countries or regions have set up systems to collect and recycle electrical and electronic waste items. Contact your local authorities for information about practices established for your region. If collection systems are not available, contact ARRIS Customer Service for assistance at www.arris.com/consumers.

Importent Safety Instructions

Warning: Do not use before reading these instructions.
Do not connect the Broadband Ethernet port (labeled ONT) to a carrier or carriage service provider’s telecommunications network or facility unless:
A) You have the written consent of the network or facility manager, or
B) The connection is in accordance with a connection permit or connection rules.
Connection of the Ethernet ports may cause a hazard or damage to the telecommunication network or facility, or persons, with consequential liability for substantial compensation.
WARNINGS
The power supply must be connected to an outlet. Do not defeat the protective earth connection. The direct plug-in power supply serves as the main power disconnect; locate the direct plug-in power supply near the product for easy access.
Product Ventilation
The gateway is intended for residential use. Position the gateway in an upright vertical position and locate it where temperatures remain within a range of 32° – 107°F (0° – 41.7°C) and where heat from the unit itself is not trapped. There must be at least two inches (2″) of clearance on all sides except the bottom.
Telecommunication Installation Cautions
 Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
 Never install telephone jacks in wet locations unless the jack is specifically designed for wet locations.
 Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been disconnected at the network interface.
 Use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines.
 Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning
Electrical Safety Advisory
Telephone companies report that electrical surges, typically lightning transients, are very destructive to customer terminal equipment connected to AC power sources. This has been identified as a major nationwide problem. Therefore it is advised that this equipment be connected to AC power through the use of a surge arrestor or similar protection device.
Declaration of Conformance
Warning: This is a Class B product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference, in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. Adequate measures include increasing the physical distance between this product and other electrical devices. Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
United States: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
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.

47 CFR Part 68 Information

United States: This device complies with 47 CFR Part 68 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following four conditions:
1. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has established Rules, which permit this device to be directly connected to the telephone network. Standardized jacks are used for these connections. This equipment should not be used on party lines or coin phones.
2. If this device is malfunctioning, it may also be causing harm to the telephone network; this device should be disconnected until the source of the problem can be determined and until repair has been made. If this is not done, the telephone company may temporarily disconnect service.
3. The telephone company may make changes in its technical operations and procedures; if such changes affect the compatibility or use of this device, the telephone company is required to give adequate notice of the changes. You will be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC.
4. If the telephone company requests information on what equipment is connected to their lines, inform them of:
 The telephone number to which this unit is connected.
 The ringer equivalence number. [0.XB] (Indicated on the label)
 The USOC jack required. [RJ11C]
 The FCC Registration Number. [US:AAAEQ##TXXXX] (Indicated on the label) The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) is used to determine how many devices can be connected to your telephone line. In most areas, the sum of the REN’s of all devices on any one line should not exceed five (5.0). If too many devices are attached, they may not ring properly.
FCC Caution
Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment. This transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
Radiation Exposure Statement
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits as set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and operated maintaining a minimum distance of 22 cm (9 inches) between the device and your body.

Service Requrement
In the event of equipment malfunction, if under warranty, we will exchange a product deemed defective. Under FCC rules, no customer is authorized to repair this equipment. This restriction applies regardless of whether the equipment is in or out of warranty.
Technical Support for Hardware Products: Customers inside North America: 888-944-4357 (888-944-HELP) Customers outside North America: 1-215-323-2345 For Spanish language support: 1-215-323-2346
Note: This product was tested for FCC compliance under conditions that included the use of shielded cables and connectors between system components. Changes or modifications to this product not authorized by the manufacturer could void your authority to operate the equipment.

ARRIS Contacts
Technical Services
For technical support on ARRIS products you can contact us by phone or on the web.
By Telephone
The Technical Assistance Center can be reached at:
1-888-944-HELP (4357)
On the Web
The Ask ARRIS web site gives you web access to service and support tools. You will need to register using your support contract ID and email address. Ask ARRIS is located at:
http://www.arris.com/support
There you will be able to access:
 Support Contact Information for all products
 Knowledge Base Information (also known as Solutions)
 User Documentation
 Current open support cases
 Ability to create a new support case (for technical support or repair and return)
 Training Webcast
By Email
Email addresses for ARRIS products will be provided with your account at Ask ARRIS.
Technical Training
For more information about our Global Knowledge Services Department and the programs we offer, e-mail us at:
[email protected]

Corporate Headquarters
ARRIS · Suwanee · Georgia · 30024 · USA
T: 1-678-473-2000 F: 1-678-473-8470
www.arris.com

https://usermanual.wiki/ARRIS/BGW210/view

 

Future World U8 Smartwatch Manual

Smart Watch U8

User Manual

Thank you for choosing our sport healthy intelligent Bluetooth watch. You can read this manual and fully understand how to use the device, with a good experience of the functions and easy operation. This equipment is mainly used brand of smart phones to be adapted to use, you can synchronize the phone book smart phones and provides a variety of useful features and services to facilitate your work and leisure activities in the smart phones operation. This device has the following features: support for Bluetooth phone. Bluetooth message push (SMS, short message, QQ, etc., Need a installation of Bluetooth notification APK on Android smart phone), Bluetooth music player, calories, pedometer, sleep monitoring, antilost, remote camera and so on.
Before you start using this device, please install ‘BT notice’ APK on your smart phone through scanning the QR code on the right, (support Android version, Apple does not currently supported) and

 run, the smart watch can display the notification/reminders of the application from the Bluetooth connected smart  phone synchronously via ‘message’ and ‘distal notice’, including SMS alerts,
chat tool QQ, micro letters and other messages and reminders.
To use the ‘notice’ function, need to open ‘BT notice’ on the smart phone.
Restart the phone and smart watches, you can use the Bluetooth  Connection.

Scan the QR code to install ‘BT notice’ application, or visit the following link to download installation package by scanning: http: //pan.baidu.com/s/lhqsuR7A, search ‘Bluetooth notice’ at Google Play APP store to download and install it. By registering overseas can log on Google Play, then scan the QR code, or visit the link to download the APK.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.oinom.btnotificati
on&hl=zh-CN
The company reserves the right without prior notice to the contents of the manual to make changes. (1)How to wear and operate. Wear this Bluetooth smart watch in the correct direction, the power button should be on the right of the watch, three touch buttons located beneath the LCD.


1. On/off button, exit buttons: 1) Turn on the watch: press the on/off button power for 2 seconds, the watch shows main interface. 2) Turn off the light: press the on/off button shortly. 3) Turn on the clock: press the on/off button at the third time, the watch shows the clock.Touch keys at lower left corner,
Menu/Enter key: Press the Menu/Enter key when the watch is on standby clock interface, to enter main menu interface.

2.  Middle touch key, dial into/flip key: 1) Press this button when the watch is on main menu interface, to enter dial interface. menu operation as the next flip key, 2) Press dial into/flip key to adjust the volume when playing music and making calls.

3. Lower right corner of the touch keys, return/hang up button: standby no effect, like the return menu operation keys, call hang up button. In addition, Sliding fingers to touch the screen can achieve the following functions:

4. Slide you finger around the touch screen: menu page.

5.  Finger tap the touch screen: enter the menu.

6. Finger down from the top of the screen vertical stroke: Exit menu.

Connect to Bluetooth devices, disconnection and continuous
connection

There are 2 ways to realize the Bluetooth connection: 1) the watch rise up a Bluetooth connection requirement, 2) the smart phone rise up a Bluetooth connection requirement After a successful connection of Bluetooth, Smart Watch will automatically send a request requires reading smart phone phonebook and call log (involving personal privacy, some smart phone do not turn on this feature) Please confirm the smart phone, or else the watch can not be synchronized to the phone book and call history will affect its normal use.

If the distance between the watch and smart phones is more than 10 meters (there should not be any obstructions, or it might shorten the strength of the signal) they will be automatically disconnected, if the distance can be recover to 10 meters less again within 5 minutes, the connection could be recovered automatically. Both of the watch and smart phone will alarm when disconnection happens.

Features
1. Bluetooth, search for Bluetooth devices, connection,
disconnection and other operations.
2. Dialing Press this button when the watch is on main menu
interface, to enter dial interface, or dial numbers though ‘call log’
menu.
* Do not block the speaker or microphone position during a call.
3.  Information Read the short message from the connected smart
phone synchronously
4.  Phone book synchronization of the phone book.
5.  Call log Synchronize phone call records of the “missed call”,
“Dialed”, “Received Calls”, “All records”, Maximum 30 records.
6. Bluetooth notification Can view the push notifications of
applications like QQ, short messages from connected smart
phone.
7. Bluetooth music can play music on your smart phone via
Bluetooth.

Some smart phones will need to open the music player software
to run properly. Press dial into/flip key to adjust the volume of
music, Or directly touch the “+”,”-“ buttons on the screen. The
watch will return to the initial interface after stopping pressing
the key or screen, no need to press exit key manually.
1. Remote camera control via Bluetooth smart phone camera to
take the pictures. * The smart phone should not be on the status of screen locking, or this function won’t work properly
2.  Pedometer
Pedometer designed specifically for health caring customers, to ensure the accuracy of the steps counting, we recommend the user to walk normally with a head and chest rising posture.

On the top of the pedometer displays time counting, on the left is steps counting, the distances (meters) is showing on the right, the consumption of calories is on the bottom. To start/stop the counting by using the button in the middle. On the right above the screen is settings, it can adjust the parameters, reset or view the records. The pedometer can run in the background.

To avoid false count, the watch will not show up the numbers immediately after taking the initial steps for each user, but it starts to display after a stable walk counting, the number of previous steps is counted already.

* The Pedometer will clear the record of steps at one time everyday, then restart counting and accumulating till next time clearance. User can also clear the record by ‘reset’ button in the option menu.

4. Anti-lost alarm When the connected smart phone is far away from watch over a certain distance. The watch will sound an alarm.

5.  Power saving mode
6. Settings the clock setting, The tone mode, volume, language, display settings, view battery power, as well as Bluetooth settings and restore the factory settings.

(4) Bluetooth smart watch can connect to a standard USB data cable.
To charge be battery through computer USB port or USB power
bank.
Note:
To reset the watch to default settings, please key in the initial password “1122”.

FCC Statement
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1) this device may not cause harmful  Interference, and 2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.  Note: 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 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.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

This device is measured RF output power is less than the SAR exclusion threshold value for human head and body. Therefore, SAR test is not  necessary

https://fccid.io/2AJIQ-U8/User-Manual/User-manual-3123016.pdf

Anker Zolo Liberty Bluetooth Headphones User Manual

Liberty Owner’s Manual

@Anker Technology Co.. Limited, All rights reserved. Zolo
and the ZOLO logo are trademarks of Anker Technology Co..
Limited, registered in the United States and other countries.
Model: Z200051005000653 vO

EN Charging

Fully charge the earbuds along with the charging cose before the first use. Please check battery leve and charging status as Indicated left

CS Nabijeni

Pred prvním použitím plne nabijte sluchátka v nabijecim pouzdre. Uroven nabiti baterie a stav nabijeni viz nalevo

DA Opladning

Oplad oretelefonerne sammen med opladeretuiet, inden de toges i brug forste gang, Kontroller batteriniveau og opladningsstatus som vist til venstre,

DE Laden

Laden Sie die Ohrhörer und die Lodehülle vor dem ersten Gebrauch vollständig auf, Uberprüfen Sie Akkustand und Ladestatus wie links abgebildet

ES Carga

Cargue completamente los auriculares con el estuche de carga antes del primer uso. Compruebe el nivel de la bateria y el estado de carga según se indica a la izquierda,

Fl Lataaminen

Lataa kuulokkeet täyteen latauskotelossa ennen ensimmäistä käyttökertaa. Voit tarkistaa akun varaustason ja latauksen tilan vasemmalla olevasta taulukosta.

EN Pairing

(1) Open the charging case and toke the earbuds out, Zolda Liberty turns on automatically
(2) Enable Bluetooth on your device and select Zolo Liberty You will hear the pairing chime once connected.
(3) The earbuds turn off automatically when you put them back to the charging case. To manually power on/off, Long press the touchpad 5 seconds.

Reset

Reset the earbuds you con hear one side only:
(1) Put the earbuds back to the charging case and take them out again.
(2) Double tap both earbuds simultoneously.
(3) Go to the Bluetooth menu on your device and select Zolo Liberty.

CS Pairing

(1) Otevrete nabijeci pouzdro a vytahnéte sluchotka Zolo Liberty, zapnou se automaticky.
(2) Zapnete na vem zarizeni funkci Bluctcth g vyberto polozku
Zolo Liberty” Po pripojeni usys te ton pro spárováni.
. Sluchatka se cutomaticky vpnou, jakmile je viožite zpét do nobijeciho pouzdra. Pokud je chcele rutné zapnout nebo vypnout. podržte na 5 sckund louchpod.

Resetovóni

Resetujte sluchátka. pokud slysite hràt jen jedno z nich:
(1) Vložte sluchátka zpet do nabijeeíhe pouzdra a zase Je vytahnete.
(2) Poklepe te na obe sluchatka najednou.
(3) V nobidee funkce Bluetooth na vašem zflzeni vyberte položku Zolo Liberty.

DA Parring

(1) Abn opladeretuiet og tog oretelefonerne ud. Zolo Liberly
tendes cutomatisk.
(2) Aktiver Bluetooth på din enhed, og ?a1g”Zola Liberty”.
Du vil hore en ringelyd, nar parringen er gennemfort.
. Hpretelefonerne slukker automatisk, nor du soetter dem lbge opladeretulet. For manuelt at tende/slukke skal du holde nede på beroringspladen i5 sekunder.

Nulstil

Nulsti in-ear-orelelelonerne, hvis du kun kan hore på der
ene alde
(1)  Sat oretelefonerne tbage i opladeretuiet, og lag dem ud igen,.
(2) Tryk to gange pd begge in-ear-oretelefoner samtidigt.
(3) Cá ti Bluetooth pd enheden, og veig “Zolo Liberty”.

DE Koppeln

(1) Offnen Sie die Lodghülle und nehmen Sie die Ohrhörer hinaus. Zolo Libertv schaltet sich outomatisch ein.
(2)  Aktivieren Sie Bluetooth ouf Ihre Gerät und wähinn Sie Zolo Liberty aus. Sobald das Koppein erfolgt ist, hören Sie den Signalton.
.Die Chrhörer schalten sich automatisch aus, wenn Sle sie zurück in die Ladehülle legn. Zum monuellen Ein-/ Ausschalten holten Se dos Touchpod 5 Sekunden long gedruckt.

Reset

Falls Sie nur auf einer Seite Ton hören, nehmen Sie ein Reset der Ohrhörer vor.
(1) Legen Sie die Ohrhörer zurück in die Lode,hülle und nehmen Sie sie wieder hingus.
(2) Doppelt ippnn Sie ui beide Ohrhörer gleichzeitig
(3) Öffnen Sie das Bluetooth-Menü our ihrem Gerät und wählen Sie,Zolo Liberty” ous.

ES Emparejamiento

(1) Abro el estuche de carga y saque los auriculares. Zolo Liberty se encenderà automaticamente
(2) Active el Bluetooth en su dispositivo seleccione ‘Zolo Liberty. Una vez conectado, escuchard un sonido que indica que se ha emparejado corructamente.
.Los auriculares se apagan inmediatamente al volver a colocarlos en el estuche de carga. Para encenderlos o opagarlos monualmente, mantengo palsodo el panel táctil duronte 5 segundos

Restablecimiento

Restablezca los auriculares si solo se opci ha un lado
(1) Coloque los auriculares en el estuche y vuelva a cogerlos.
(2)Toque dos veces ambos auriculares al mismo tiempo.Sarga
(3) vaya al menú de Bluetooth en el dispositivo y seleccione
“Zolo Liberty”.

Ripristino

Ripristinare gli auricolari se l’audio proviene solo da un lato:
(1) Coloque riporre gli auricolari nell’astuccio di ricarica ed estrarli
nuowamente.
? Toccare due volte gli auricolari simultaneamente
olo Liberty”

NL Koppelen

? Open het oplaadtasje en neem de oordopjes eruit. Zolo
Liberty wordt automatisch ingeschakeld.
?Schgkp/ Bluetooth in op uw opporggt en selecteer
Zolo Liberty. U hoort het koppelingsgeluid wanneer de
koppeling is voltoold
b De ordopjes schakelen culormatisch uit wanneer u ze
terugplaatst in het oplaadasje. Voor handmatig in-
uitschakelen drukt u 5 seconden op de touchpad.

Resetten

Reset de oordopjes als u moer één kant hoort
? Plaats doordopjes terug in het oplaodtasj”n haal ze er
weer uit.
Dubbelt k gelijktijdig op belde oordop es.
Ga naar het Bluetooth-menu op uw opparaat en selecteer
Zolo Liberty

NO Paring

? Apne ladeenheten og ta utoreoroppene. Zolo Liberty sids
pa cutomatisk
Aktiver Bluetooth pá enheten og volg Zolo Liberty. Du
herer parelyden när tilkoblingen er opprattet
Oreproppene Llar seg a? outomatisk, når du setter dem
tilbake i ladeenheten, Hvis du vil slà av/pd manuelt, holder
du nede pà pekeplaten i fem sekunder.

Tilbakestille

Tilbokestill oreproppene hvis du bore hprer pà én side
? Sett oreproppene tilbake i lcdeenhaten og ta denn ut igjen.
Dobbelttrykk pà begge oreproppene samtidig.
? Gá til Bluetooth-menyen pd enheten og velg Zola Liberty.

PT Emparelhamento

? Abro estojo de carregamento e tire os ouriculares. O
Zolo Liberly irá Egar-se automalicamente.
? Ative o Bluetooth seu dispositivo ° selecione “”Zola
Liberty’ Irà ouvir o aviso sonoro de emparelhamento
assim que estlver ligado
. Os auriculares desligom-se automaticamente quando
voltam a ser colocados no estojo de corregamento. Para
igar desligar manualmente, primo continuamente <o
touchpad duronte 5 segundos.

Reposição

dos auriculores
Se apenas conseguir ouvir de um lado, reponha as definiçöes
? Coloque os ouri cuore s no estolo de carregamento e
Toque duas vezes em ambos os auriculares em simultäneo.
retire-s nowamente.
? Aceda ao menu de Bluetooth n seu dispositivo e
selecione Zolo Liberty.

SV Ihopparning

0 Om du öppnar loddningsiodrolet och tor ut öronsnäckoma
slas Zolo Liberty pà automatiskt.

?2 Aktivera Bluetooth på din erhet och zalo Lberty.
Du hor da ljudsanalen som bekru’tar anslutningen
dronandckarna slds automatiskt av nar du i
dem I lodoningslocalet. Om du vil satto porsanga av
manusllt tycker du p musplattan i fam sekunder

EN Wearing

? Chiaase CripFi!” eartipa and jackets to fit your eara the best.
? Irserl th_ eci-buds into the inner canal tyl rtuf Hra
Turn and lock
I lockets ure too large. Liberty con be used with no jucket

CS Použivani

? Vyberte si spunty do u? a držáky CripEir”i ktere do wallch
? Zastrcte kazde sluchátko dovnitr do ucha.
?sou-li vsechny drzaky prilis velke, pak lze siuc natko Liberty

DA Brug

D arlg ripFit
pratelefoner og omslag, der passer bedst til
Sat orete eionerne i den indvendi ge orekanal.
? Drelogios.
is ole kppms or for tae, kan du bruge Llberty uden koppe

DE Tragen

verwenden Sle clit Possenden GripFit-Ohrstücke und
Uberzige für hre Chren.
? Setzen Sie die Ohrhdrer in den Ceh8rgang on.
? Drenen Sie sie sicner in Position.
s Wann alle Hüllen zu groß sind, kann das Liberty ahne Hulle
verwendet warcen.

ES Uso

? Consiga as fundos y puntos parg los oídos GripFr” para
? IFAerte le uriculares en el conc uditivo interna
puede utiizar sin funda

FI Käytt

? Aseta kuulokkeensorite korvakaytdedan.
? Lukitse kaantamailElos kaikkl suajukset ovat Fion suuria, Liberty kuulokkeito

FR Insertion

D Cholsissez les coussinets et les enveloppes GripFil qui
? Tourrez pour werrouler.
Si toutes les onweloppes sont trop grandes, Lberty peu

IT Vestibilita

rivestimenti Griprt
?, Scegliere i copriguricolari
? inserire gli du colarl mei co h+le interno dwil orecchi+.
Se non sono disponibili rivesti menti odcquot, è pos bile
per
miglore vest bilt
Ructore e bloccarli in posizlone.
usare Liberly anche senza

NL Drdogcomtort

Kles GripFit -cordopies en -kapies de het beste bil uw
?Drool en klem ze vost
Als alla kapjas te groot zijn, kan Liberty zonder kapja
worden gebrulkt

NO Bruk

Velg de GripFit”-preproppene og -dekslene ,om posser
t nn treproppene i den indre kanalen I drene dine.
His elle delene er for store, kan Liberty brukes uten daksel
?Drel og lás

PT Ulilizoção

? Insirnoc
uricularesno seu canal auditiva
Se todas as capas forem demasiado grandes, o Lberty
pode ser uitrodo sem copa

EN Controls

carbuds and phone, or to switch between held coll ond octhe coll.
Lolg press for 1 second io skip lo previustruc d next track,

CS Ovlódáni

Podrženim po l sekundu muiete odrinout hovor, pfepnout hovor
mezi 8luchdiky teleforem nebo prepnout mezi podrFeným
a aklivnim hovoem
Podrženim DO ?kundu preskocíte n predchozi level me bo dalsi
skladbu lpro

DA Kontrol elemen

af3Dilning ? musik.
Med et langt tryk i 1 sekund kan du alvise et opkold, viderestle
et opkald mellem in-erloretelefoner og teleonen eller skifte
Med et, larg! tryk i l sekund kan duspringe
1errige ridit mer
tenasie nummer ho

DE Steuerung

Zum AnnchmenrEcenden wn Anruton odter Unterbrechen!
Fortsetzen ygn Musik tippen.
Sekunde lan gedricki ho ten, umenen Anrut abzulehnen.
cinen Anruf zwischen Chrhorem und Telefon duchzu clen oder
Zwiach?fi einem Anful in der Wertes chiiler und eine m okliven
1 Sekunde lang gedrücki halten, um um orherigen L
nüchsten RTe zu wechseln

ES Controles

Taque para responder o tin llamoda, bien para
Mantenga pulsado durne
ndopara rechezar uno llamada.
tambiar ente lamada en espera y kamada octiva
Mantenga pulsado durante 1 sequndo para soltar a la pista

FI Ohjaimel

Wartoa puheluun lopta puholu tal koskryta/jatka musiik n
Hy sao puhelu, slmd puhelu kuulakheliden ja puhelimen li
vnden sokuniin ojan Siryeeen kappaleeeen euroavaan kappaleseen
R painamaola yhden sekunnin ajan

FR Commondes

Appuyez pour décrocher raccrocher lors d’un appel
appe, e fare bascuer des ccouteurs à wotre tphone ou
pour posser d’un sppel en allente un appel ac!
Mointerez lo dolet appuyd pendant 1 scconde pour passer à la

IT Comand

Toccare per rispondere termnare una chiamata o per mettere
Premere lungo per 1 secondo per rhutere la chlamate, per
trasferirla tra gli OJncolari e-l trleiono oppure per pg55gre tra
cHamota in attesa eehlamala otiva
Premere lungo por 1 seconco per possare l brano
precedende Wbrn successiwt R

NL Bedieningselementen

Tik om een gesprek te beantwoorden bedndlgen of om
Druk long second? orn cen gesprek te we-geren. oen
gesprek door 1 schgkelen tussen ‘por dop,es en telefoon. 01
om te schoenussen cen gesore In de wocht en een octio
Druk long
seconde) om naor de vonge track volgenda

NO Kontroller

Trykk. for svare pd ot anropvalutte eler sette et anrop pa
Hold nede i ett sekund fer ovise en somtale, avedere en
Hold nede i dt sekund for d go tli Iorrig2 spor lL] / neste spor 01.
Toque para atender/terminer uma chomada ou pera
ranstenr umo chomoda entre os ourcu ares e telefon au

PT Controlos

pora altenor entre uma chamoda em espera e uma chomada ativa

EN Controls

Coubla tap to actiate Sri or other voice assistant,
Control wolume by using voice asslstant or by pressing
volume buttons on the connected Bluetosth davice

CS Ovladáni

Poklepon m oktivujete Siri neho nou hlusovou asistentku
Hlasitost mukete ovádat pomoci hlasove asistentky nebo
prostfednctvim tlacitek avladáni hlasitost na zarizeni
pripojeném pres Bluelooth.

DA Kontrolelementer

Tryk to gange for at aktivere Sirl ellar et andat progranm
Du kon justere lydstyrken ved hjgelp af stemmestyring eller
ved at trykke pà lydsirkeknopperne på den tilsluttede
Blueloosh-enhed

DE Steuerung

Zwcimal tippen, um Sin der onan ardaren
sprachgesteuerten Assistenten zu eklivieren.
De Lautstorkeregolung erfalat thor den sprachoesteuerten
Assistenten oder durch Drücken der Loutatketasten am
angeschlossenen Pluetooth-Coret

ES Controles

Toque des vuces pora octivar Siri u otro osistente de vaz.
Controle-i volumen mediante sisterte de voz o
pulsando los botones de volu men del dispositiwe Eluctaoth
coneclado

FI Ohjaimet

FR Commandes

Appuyez deux fes pour acliver Si ou un autre assistant
OCEL
Réglez le volume à laide de lossistont voc ou en
appuyent sur es boutons de volume de lappareil
Bluetooth connecte

IT Comandi

loccare due valie por attivare Sio un atroass stente
contrellane il volume utilizzande Fassistente vocale a
premendo pulsanti dedicati sul dispositvo Bluctooth
collegato

NL Bedioningselementen

Dubbeltik om Siri
een andere spraa kassistent te
olumeknoppen op het verbonden Eluctooth-opparoat te
drukken,

NO Konirollen

?obbelttrykk or a gk:Nore Siri olar en annen taloassstent.
Kontroller volumet med aleassistenten eller ved à trykke
od volumknappene pd den tilkaaleda 1LAtooth-enheten.

PT Controlos

logue duas vezes ord gba r D Siri ou outro assistente du
ligodo.
RU ???????? ??????????

SV Kontroller

Tryck tà gånger fär att aktivero Sirer någon annar
roiostistent.
genom ott trycka pi volymknapparno på den anslutno
eten

EN Controls

Double tap to ativate Siri er other voice assistant
Control volums by using voice assistant or b pressing
vo ume buttons on the connected Bluetccth device

CS Ovládóní

Pokepanim נ«lįvujete Siri nebo jinDu hlasovou osistentu.
Hasitost múžete eMádet pomai Hlasove asistentky neso
prcstřednictvim 1lačitek cvlàdání hlasitosti na zařizeni
připojenćm ples Eluetooth

DA Kontrolelementer

Tryk to gonge for at aktivere Siri eller et ondet progrom
med stemmeassistent
Du kan justere lydstyrken ved hila af stemmestyr ng eller
ved at trykke p lydstyrkeknaoperne pá den tilsluttede
Blucrooth-cnhod.

DE Steuerung

Zweimal tippen, um 5i oder einen anderen
sprochgeste erten Assistente u aktivieren
Die Lnutstarkerecelung erfolgt üer den spm hgesteuerte
Assistenten cder curch Drücken der Lcutstärketasten am
angeschlossenen B uctoo-Cers

ES Controles

Tocue dos veces
Controle el volumen mediante el asistente de voz o
pulsando los botonss de volumen del dispositivo Bluctooh
coneciado.
para activor Siri u otro asistente de voz.

Fl Ohjaimet

liitetyn Bluetccth-la teesi aanenvoimakkuuspair kkeita.
FR Commandes
Appuyez deux ols pour activer Sid ou un autre csslstant
vucul
Reglez le volume a l’ide de ‘css stant vocal ou en
appuyant sur les boutons de volume de l’appareil
Bludocth connecte

IT Comandi

Toccare due volte per attlvare Srl o un atro aselstente
Controllare il volumeしtilizzando l’ossistente vocale o
premendo i pulsanti decicat sul dispositiv Bluetooth
cellegato

NL Bedieningselementen

Dutceltik
Sirl c: een andere ε。raakass stent le
Hegel het volume vio uw sp ookossistent of door op ce
tlume« noppen op het verboncen Blueta:-apparaat t
drukken

NO Kontroller

Dobbelttrykk for à ak:lvere Sr eller en annen taleass stent.
Kontr eller volumet mied toleussister ten eller ved ǜ trykke
pa volumknoppene på den tilkoblece luetocth-enheten.

PT Controlos

Toque duas zs para ativar o Siri ou outro asastente de
Cortrcle o volume atr vés d css isterie de voz ou
premindo os boles de volume no dspositivo de Bluetecth
ligado RU Элем нтье управления

SV Kontroller

Tryck tva ganger fo att aktivera Sir eller någon annan
réstassistent Kontrollera volymen med hjälp av röstassistenter eller
genom att trycka pá voly-knapparna pǎ den anslutna
Blueooth-enheten

ZOLO

Imporlant Safety Information

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Do not disaasemble.
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lo avoid hearing damage, do not listen for extended periods at high volume
Do not turn the vakme so-igh that you’re LnaaIe to hear your ฐurrourdings
Do not use tuplw:es while driving.
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inclucing interterence that may cause undesirad oeraion
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LPT660 User Manual

This instruction manual applies to the LPT660 headphones sold under the brands: Zapet, Moonliness, Iceray, Haoba, Rockwin, Wpaier, Popova, Uonipow, E-Home, JKR, and others

Indicator light:

Pairing: the blue light blinking fast and voice remind BT mode.

Connecting: the blue light still blinking fast .

Charging: the LED light red while the battery is being charged, and will switch off when the power is charged enough

 

III. Package content:

  • Wireless headphone
  • USB charge cable
  • Manual book

 

  1. Charge power
  2. Battery: Built-in rechargeable lithium battery, DC: 3.7V/400mAh
  3. Charging power: Through computer USB OR DC5V port.
  4. Charging time: Before the first usage please put to charge at least 4 hours continuously. For subsequent Charging 2-2.5 hours is sufficient for 10 hours of usage at average volume. The LED light red while the battery is being charged, and will switch off when the power is charged enough. NEVER leave it to over-charge.

 

  1. Usage instruction

Pairing the headphone with cell phone:

  • Keep the headphone next to the cell phone within 1m, the closer the better.
  • Turn on the headphone, the voice remind: BT mode and ready for pair
  • Open the “search ” or “add new device” following the manual of cell phone, choose the headphone model name, pair successfully

Choose music:

When listening to the BT music,press “ pause” key, also press “Volume+” and “Volume-” key quickly to choose songs.

Adjust volume:

Long press “Volume+” and “Volume-” to adjust the volume

MP3 mode switch:

Long press button”MEQ” to switch the BT mode to MP3 mode, and just insert SD card, MP3 will pay music

 

Bluedio T2S Bluetooth Headset User Manual

 Important safety information

  • Do not listen at high volume levels for long periods of time to prevent hearing damage.
  • Do not use the product if there is any potential danger.
  • Do not turn the volume too high to hear sounds around you, turn down the volume if you feel a tinnitus or the volume is too high.
  • Do not use the product in an environment that requires your special attention (e.g. in traffic).
  • Keep the product, accessories and packaging parts out of reach of children, to prevent accidents and choking hazards.
  • Always keep the product dry to avoid corrosion.
  • Do not use the product if you feelobvious discomfort, irritationor haveotheradverse reactions.
  • Do not expose the product to extreme temperatures below -15℃ (5℉) or above 55℃ (131℉), to maintain the lifespan of headset or battery.

 

Delivery includes

T2S Bluetooth headset

USB charging cable

Audio cable

User manual

 

Headset Overview

 

Charging and battery

Only use charging cable supplied by Bluedio, or may cause damage to the headset.

Warning

The DC voltage should be 5V and current should exceed 400mA.

Charging

The headset built-in battery is rechargeable and non-detachable. Do not replace the battery.

  1. Switch off the headset before charging.
  2. Connect the smaller plug of the charging cable to the USB socket of the headset; connect the other plug to the USB socket of your computer or other charging device; the LED lights up red and the headset is being charged.
  3. When the headset is fully charged (about 1.5~2hrs), the LED lights up blue or LED goes out.

Pairing mode

Keep the MF button pressed until the LED lights up blue.

Reconnection mode

Keep the MF button pressed until the LED flashes blue. 

Switching the headset off

Keep the MF Button pressed until the LED flashes blue then goes off. 

Pairing the headset with your mobile phone

  1. Keep the distance between the headset and your mobile phone (or other Bluetooth device) within 1 meter. The closer, the better.
  2. Keep the MF button pressed until the LED lights up blue. The headset is in pairing mode.
  3. Switch on the Bluetooth function of your mobile phone, on which start a search for Bluetooth devices.
  4. Select “T2S” from the found Bluetooth devices to establish a Bluetooth connection to the headset. If necessary, enter the default PIN code “0000”.
  5. Once the headset is paired with the mobile phone, the LED flashes blue.

Attention: If pairing is not successful within 60 seconds, the LED goes off and the Bluetooth pairing ends. Repeat the pairing procedure.

Disconnecting the headset with your mobile phone

  1. Switch the headset off.
  2. Or switch off the Bluetooth function of your mobile phone.
  3. Or take the headset from your mobile phone 20m (60ft) away or even farther.

Reconnecting the paired headset to your mobile phone

  1. Keep the distance between the headset and your mobile phone (or other Bluetooth device) within 1 meter. The closer, the better.
  2. Keep the MF button pressed until the LED flashes blue. The headset is in reconnection mode.
  3. Switch on the Bluetooth function of your mobile phone. The headset will automatically reconnect to it.

Answering a call

When there comes a call, the LED flashes blue; press the MF button once, or use your mobile phone to answer it.

Ending a call

Press the MF button once. Or use your mobile phone to end it.

Rejecting a call

After hearing a beep, keep the MF button pressed for around 2 seconds or use your mobile phone to reject it.

Call waiting (need to be supported by your mobile phone)

When you are on call 1, there comes call 2; to answer call 2 and keep call 1: keep the MF button pressed for around 2 seconds.

When call 2 ends, to switch back to call 1: keep the MF button pressed for around 2 seconds

Redialing the last call

Press the MF button twice

Voice dialing (need to be supported by your mobile phone)

Keep the MF button pressed for around 2 seconds

Voice prompt selection

Switch the headset on, press the MF button and Vol- button once at the same time to select English/Chinese/French/Spanish. 

Muting

When you are on call, keep the Vol- button pressed to mute the Microphone; keep the Vol+ button pressed to cancel the muting.

Audio sharing

Connect the headset with your mobile phone via Bluetooth, then connect the headset to another headphone via audio cable.

Being a Bluetooth receiver

Connect the headset with your mobile phone via Bluetooth, then connect the headset to amplifier via audio cable.

Line-in connection

Connect the headset with your mobile phone via audio cable. (In this mode, the headset cannot be used for communication) 

EQ adjustment (only in Bluetooth mode)

When the headset is playing music, press the Vol+ button and Vol- button once at the same time.

Track play/pause

Pause the track: press the Wheel switch once

Resume the track: press the Wheel switch once again.

Track selection/ Volume adjustment

Skip to the next track: push the Wheel switch down

Skip to the previous track: push the Wheel switch up

Turn the volume up: press the Vol (+) button once (to the maximum, there is a beep)

Turn the volume down: press the Vol (-) button once (to the minimum, there is a beep)

 

Technical specifications:

Driver units: 2 speakers (57mm)

Transducer type: dynamic

Bluetooth version: V4.1

Frequency response: 2.4GHz-2.48GHz

Operating distance: up to 10m (free space)

Profiles: A2DP, AVRCP, HSP, HFP

Speaker impendence: 16Ω

Frequency response: 20-20KHz

Sensitivity: 110dB

THD: <0.1%

Music time: about 40hrs

Talk time: about 45hrs

Standby time: about 1625hrs (around 50days)

Fully charged time: about 2hrs

Operating environment: -10 to 50℃

Technical specifications are subject to change without notice, we apologize for any inconvenience.

FAQ

Headset cannot be paired to your mobile phone.

Solution: Check if your mobile phone supports the HS or HF profile. Check if the Bluetooth search function of your phone is switched on. Check if your mobile phone is switched off. Check if the distance between the headset and your phone exceeds 10m.

Headset cannot be switched on.

Solution: The battery is flat. Recharge the battery.

Can the battery be replaced?

Answer: The battery is non-detachable and cannot be replaced.

Can the headset be used while driving?

Answer: Do not use the headset in an environment that requires your special attention. If necessary, use it for communication.

Bluetooth connection is suddenly interrupted within 10 meter.

Solution: Check if there is metal or other material interfering with the transmission.

No audio signal

Solution: Check if the headset is switched off. Check if the headset is paired. If necessary, pair the headset with the audio source again. Check the connection to your audio source. The volume may be adjusted too low, increase the volume.

Can the headset be used to control the APPs on your mobile phone.

Answer: Software settings of APPs may be varied, thus some APPs may not controlled by the headset.

The headset cannot be recharged.

Solution: Check the connection of USB plugs. If necessary, remove the USB cable and reconnect again. Switch the headset on then turn it off.

GT08 Smart Watch Instructions

Smart Watch

User Guide

Please read this manual before using

V1.2

Attention before using:

1. Watchband tightness standards: cross the watchband,can be added into an index finger as the standard;
2. Pairing connection for the first time, without using bluetooth pairing method, only need close NFC on the watchband to mobile phone NFC antenna location nearly .Smart Watch NFC antenna position ,please reference the overview products (diagram).
3. Use watchband for the first time, will be tight, hard to buckle into , pls follow as below methods: Put right index finger inside of the watchband ,from the top push button in.

Use watchband

1. Safe instructions and main precautions

1.1 The company reserves the right to revised the manual without any prior notice.
1.2 Please charge more than 2 hours before using
1.3 Security Code

To prevent others use your product without authorization,the original password is 1122.In order to ensure the security of your personal information, please modify the original password and remember it.

2. Product Introduction

2.1 Introduction

Components of Smart Watch

Power button: Turn on/off, Wake up, Shut down,Back;

USB:Charging and data function;

Touch screen: capacitive touch screen, the function can be operationed in capacitive touch screen.

2.2 Enter Quickly

After turn on,finger drag left enter the next menu, drag right to return back the menu;Finger drag from the top to
down, enter into the notification bar,from the bottom to top, back to the main menu.
Drag distance need drag over half of the screen,if drag too short, will be mistaken for a click.
The function icon can be place the position freely according to your ideas , click ok to sure.

2.3 Using the Clock screen

While using the Watch, press the Power button to open the Clock screen.Then click the central of screen to change clock type.

Clock screen

Setup ways:

method 1:turn on,on the Clock screen,click the central of screen to change clock type.,there are 3 types can be selected.
method 2:turn on,enter the menu :setup–phone setup–Standby menu–Unlock type selection.

2.4 Theme Settings

Setting Method:

Go into the smart watch menu: themes-theme Settings-select your theme

3. Operation Quickly

3.1 Download the synchronous software

Methods 1、turn on the menu of watches – enter into QR Codes directory, using mobile phone QR code scanning
software scan the QR code on the watch.。
Methods 2、Using mobile phone scan below QR code to download

QR code

Method 3,using mobile browser, enter the following URL to download
http://c3.cli.im/FT5K1A
After download,according the prompts to install the application. This Program only support synchronization
between watch and android smart phone,will not charge mobile phone network traffic.
If you have downloaded relevant software from other channels , please check the software version,
please use the latest version of the synchronization software, to ensure the normal use of function.
If software version has upgraded, please update synchronization software.

3.2 Installation and use synchronization software

Android application software installation:

On smartphone, according to the normal android software installation, when installation complete,
can be stored into the phone memory or synchronization assistant software installation can be used.

Android applications use method: ( installed software already)

(smartphone)Enter the Settings –auxiliary Settings–bluetooth notice (services) click enter,
enable the service.
(when start using, there will be a warning, please select “ok”) software can be automatically run in the background,
synchronizing function can be used .as following:

synchronizing function

Click on the bluetooth notice, choose “notification service”,
in the “notice”,choose to push personal application or system application you need;
Telephone service function, including text messages and telephone;Looking for watch。

Note:when you use the back-end to clean up or close the back-end application software,
please do not close this bluetooth notification service,
if closed, sync will influence the watch with a mobile phone.

3.3 Bluetooth connectivity and synchronization function

3.3.1 from the mobile phone to connect Watch

Enter Mobile phone settings – turn on bluetooth – search equipment, when find GT08,
click choose matching, and select “yes” on the watch, matching success, when there is a phone book request,
please click “ok”,
it is better choose “next time no longer prompt” at the same time,
convenient for next time connection, the phone book will sync directly, not prompt again.
Note:If has installed a synchronization software,
pls also turn on this synchronization software on mobile phone in auxiliary function,
after connection,within 2-5 seconds, the mobile phone terminal will show the bluetooth connected;
on smart watch at the same time,will prompts you automatic synchronization cellphone time,
it indicates that the synchronization function is enabled.When mobile phone have a new message coming,
will synchronization to smart watches in timely.
3.3.2From the smart watch to connect mobile phone
On the smart watch,select the bluetooth dialer – click to search bluetooth device –
find your smartphone (such as samsung 9500) – click connection;the continue process operation as 3.3.1
3.3.2From the smart watch to connect mobile phone On the smart watch,
select the bluetooth dialer – click to search bluetooth device – find your smartphone (such as samsung 9500)
– click connection;the continue process operation as 3.3.1
Note: At the same time,the mobile phone need turn on the bluetooth
and allow to be searched by around bluetooth products

3.4 Function menu description

3.4.1 Message mobile phones synchronous message or smart watch message

3.4.2 Bluetooth

3.4.3 Set up the state of the bluetooth, turn on or off.

3.4.4 Call Records

3.4.5 After connecting the bluetooth, you can view your call status of the near term。

Bluetooth Dialer :

From the watches to connect the mobile phone for matching;

3.4.6 Remote Notification

Synchronous Show the message from mobile phone terminal , such as: QQ, WeChat, messages, time, Twitter, Facebook etc.;

3.4.7 Remote Take Photos

Controlling from the watch,using mobile phone camera take pictures;Need turn on the android mobile phone’s camera advance.

3.4.8 Anti-lost

Watch looking for mobile phone or mobile phone looking for watch. Two-way anti lost;

3.4.9 Setup

Note: In the phone setting, you can set the clock type and theme;In the security Settings, the default security code: 1122

3.4.10 Pedometer

In pedometer Settings, drag to left, you can see steps and burn calories, speed, mileage etc.
movement information;
In the process of movement, if want to go back to the main menu, and don’t want to stop step function,
please press the power button.pedometer function will continue to run in the background.
Motion synchronization data, please see the behind dynamic capabilities.

3.4.11 Sleep Monitoring

According to your sleep time to show the quality of your sleep.

3.4.12 Sedentary Remind

Can set up the time, remind you need to take exercise;It is recommended that one time at least per hour;

3.4.13 QR code

Scan the QR code, can download the synchronization software, if have the new version software to upgrade,
please contact with our company, we will provided the new download address;Please do not use WeChat or QQ
,or others browser scanning and download.

3.4.14 Intelligent search

Searching for the relevant information on the watch

3.4.15 Clock

3.4.16 Calendar

3.4.17 Calculator

3.4.18 Profiles

3.4.19 File Manager

3.4.20 Music Player

Can play music on the watch and mobile phone music connected bluetooth;

3.4.21 Theme, as shown in the theme Settings

3.4.22 Camera

3.4.23 Video recording device

3.4.24 Photo

3.4.25 Video Player

3.4.26 Record

4.Precautions for use

4.1 Please charge fully before use, charging time need 1-2 hours.
4.2 Charge line can use android smartphone charge line and authentic charger;
Or use the standard configuration
accessories;
4.3 Bluetooth disconnect if exceeds the distance, after using two-way anti-lost,if do not reconnect again,
it cannot use the search function;
4.4 Using bluetooth,it will be disconnect occasionally,please reconnect(if over 5 minutes not connected,
need connect manually)When connection,
please pay attention to choose agree with the phone book synchronous;Otherwise,
it will not be able to show the calls from phone book;
4.5 Music function, because of there are different android mobile phone,
some will show the name of the song ,some mobile phone is can not show the name of the song, this is normal.

5. Dynamic movement data synchronization function

5.1 Download Dynamic movement back-end service software

QR code

Method one: scan the QR code, installation Dynamic movement
background services software;Installation method as above;
Method Two: Log in background services website: www.fundo.cc download dynamic movement APK;

5.2 Sport data storage and sharing
5.2.1 Registered ID and login dynamic server, to accurate accounting sport data and give you the correct guidance,pls set your parameters, including height, weight, age.
5.2.2 Connect Smart Watch and mobile phone bluetooth,
and connect the bluetooth synchronization software;Same as above
5.2.3 After do exercise, click the “reset” data on the watch, can store multiple data
5.2.4 In the mobile phone, use dynamic software synchronous data,
synchronization data to back-end to share and store.Back-end will record your movement process and data
5.2.5 Please reference the function and use introduction on the website about the other function
and new features for the dynamic movement software.
5.2.6 Dynamic service website:www.fundo.cc

6. NFC Application

6.1 The smart watch with NFC function(Near Filed Communication);
Bluetooth pairing password has been written into the smart watch when production on factory
6.2 Smart Watch paired with mobile phone bluetooth, turn on mobile phones bluetooth,
smart watch NFC antenna position close nearly to the mobile phone NFC antenna position
(the different phone will be on different position,
can be searched by move slowly in mobile phone’s back around),
the phone will automatically prompt the bluetooth pairing;
Then pairing as usual.After the smart watch pairing with mobile phones,
need to connect again,or disconnected,
only need two NFC antenna close nearly to contact, without any manual processing.
6.3 Write the content into smart watch NFC:
6.3.1 Mobile phone download the write NFC software ,
there are too many kinds of software sold on the market,we recommended TagWriter
it can be download easy,please installed like android software after downloading;
6.3.2 Written software instructions ( TagWriter for example):
1) open the software, as following figure (figure 1) View is to read,
to read data for NFC module .Please see the content what has been written.
Create and write is to write documents

2) Click Create and write go into the next interface:(figure 2)
3) Write in a bluetooth address and password, click New, shown as figure 3,
and then select bluetooth, shown as figure 4,
then searching the connected Bluetooth watch (such as M2)

4) click the device name M2, and then go into the next interface (figure 5),
click Next enter the Next step shown as figure 6, tick the write multiple NFC,
click Next ,in the next step, shown as figure 7.
Using mobile phone antenna position close to smart watch NFC antenna position,
wait for 2 seconds, watches and cell phone issued a “tick”at the same time,success shown as figure 8.

5) write other content, steps and methods are same as above, only in
step 3), choose a different content, it can be message or contacts.

7. Common Troubleshooting Guides

If have any problems when using the smart watch, please refer to the following terms and conditions.
If the problem still exists, please contact the dealer or the designated maintenance personnel.

7.1 Can not turn on
Press the power button too short, please press over 3 seconds.
Battery Power too low, please charge.
7.2 Shut down automatic Battery Power too low, please charge.
7.3 Using time is very short
Not fully battery power, please make sure Charging enough time (minimum 2 hours).
Use the SIM card, but the signal is very poor, lead to cell phone use big current.
7.4 can’t normal charge
Check whether the battery is available, the performance of the battery will reduce after a few years.
Check the charger is working correctly, change the new charger to try Check the connect USB charging line interface
try again.
7.5 Not show the caller’s name
When the bluetooth connection, it not choose to upload directory;or not tick uploaded phone book;
Reconnect again, do not sync the contacts, please reconnect again and pairing.
7.6 Voice quality is not good
Smart watch and the mobile phone too far away, please come close;
Or bluetooth signal is bad.
The mobile phone signal is bad, change another place to answer the phone.
7.7 Dynamic data can’t sync, because of not log in the back-end,
movement data can’t save in the back-end,please register and log in.

FCC Statement

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.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

SAR:

The radiated output power of this device is below the FCC
radio frequency exposure limits. Nevertheless, the device
should be used in such a manner that the potential for human
contact is minimized during normal operation.
The exposure standard for wireless devices employs a unit of
measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR.
The SAR limit set by the FCC is 1.6 W/Kg. Tests for SAR are
conducted using standard operating positions accepted by the
FCC with the device transmitting at its highest certified power
level in all tested frequency bands. Although the SAR is
determined at the highest certified power level, the actual SAR
level of the device while operating can be well below the
maximum value. This is because the device is designed to
operate at multiple power levels so as to use only the power
required to reach the network. In general, the closer you are to
a wireless base station antenna, the lower the power output. To
avoid the possibility of exceeding the FCC radio frequency
exposure limits, human proximity to the antenna should be
minimized.

 

8Bitdo SN30 / SF30 User Manual

N30 and F30

Instruction Manual

• Please turn off the controller before swapping controller modes.
• Press and held START for3 seconds to turn of the controller.

Bluetooth Connection

Controllers will auto reconnect to your devices once they have been paired.

Android (D-Input)

1. Pres and hold START for 1 second to power on the controller, LED wil blink once per cycle.
2. Press and hold SELECT for 3 seconds to enter pairing mode Blue LED will rapidly blink.
3. Go to your Android device’s Bluetooth seting, pair with [8Bitdox GamePad],
4. LED wil be solid blue when Connection is successful,
USB Connection: connect your 8Bitdo controller to your Android device via USB Cable after step 1.

Windows (X-Input)

1. Press and hold START + X for l Second to power on the controller, LED will blink twice per cycle.
2. Press and hald SELECT for3 seconds to enter pairing mode. Blue LED will rapidly blink.
3. Go to your Windows devices Bluetooth setting: pair with [BBltdox GamePad(x].
4. LED will be solid blue when connection is successful.
USB Connection: connect your 8Bitdo controller to your Windows device via USB Cable after step 1.

macOS

1. Press and hold START+A for 1 second to power on the controller, LED will blink three times per cycle.
2. Press and hold SELECT for3 Seconds to enter pairing mode. Blue LED wil rapidly blink.
3. Go to your macOS devices Bluetooth setting, pair with [Wireless Controller].
4. LED wil be solid blue when connection is successful.
USB Connection: connect your 8Bitdo controller to your macOS device via USB Cable after step 1.

Switch (by default)

1. Press and hold START + Y for second to power on the controller, LED wil blink four times per Cycle.
2. Go to your Switch Home Page to click on Controllers, then click on Change Grip/Order.
3. Pres and hold SELECT for seconds to enter pairing mode. Blue LED will rapidly blink.
4. LED will be solid blue when connection is successful.
When Connected to your Switch, DOWN+SELET = Switch HOME button.

Battery

Status LED indicator
Low battery mode LED blinks in red
Battery Charging LED blinks in green
Battery fully charged LED stops blinking in green

• Built-in 480 mAh Li-on with18 Hours of play time.
• Rechargeable via USB cable with 1-2 hour charging time.
• Press START for 8 seconds to force turn of your controller.

Power Saving

1. Sleep mode -1 minute with no Bluetooth connection.
2. Sleep mode – 15 minutes with Bluetooth connection but no use.
Press START to wake up your controller.

Support

Please visit
http://support.8bitdo.com for further information and additional support.