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GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION
WARNINGS
Preventing Electric Shock and Fire
To avoid electric shocks, do not open the cover.
To avoid fires and electric shocks, do not install the instrument in a place where it may be exposed to
water or a liquid.
To avoid fires and electric shocks, do not place cups and liquid containers nearby.
To avoid electric shocks, do not insert metals through clearances.
In the event of an instrument malfunction, immediately turn OFF the Start switch and unplug the cable.
This will prevent the possibility of fire.
CAUTIONS
Ensuring the Safety of Patients and Operators
To avoid injury, install the instrument on a flat level surface.
Preventing Electric Shock and Fire
To avoid electric shocks, do not touch the power plug with wet hands.
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
This instrument has been tested (with 100/120/230V) and found to comply with IEC60601-1-2 Ed.3.0:
2007as class B(classified according to CISPR11).
This instrument radiates radio frequency energy within standard and may affect other devices in the
vicinity.
If you have discovered that turning on/off the instrument affects other devices, we recommend you
change its position, keep a proper distance from other devices, or plug it into a different outlet.
Please consult your authorized dealer if you have any additional questions.s.
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