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|rolfy||11:27pm on Monday, October 4th, 2010|
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|olivosomar||12:15pm on Tuesday, June 15th, 2010|
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|2harts4ever||2:52pm on Sunday, June 13th, 2010|
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Casio v. U.S.
95-1099,-1111 CASIO, INC., Plaintiff/Cross-Appellant, v. THE UNITED STATES, Defendant-Appellant. Steven P. Florsheim, Grunfeld, Desiderio, Lebowitz & Silverman, LLP, of New York, New York, argued for plaintiff/cross- appellant. Susan Burnett Mansfield, Department of Justice, of New York, New York, argued for defendant-appellant. Frank W. Hunger, Assistant Attorney General, David M. Cohen, Director, Joseph I. Liebman, Attorney in Charge, International Trade Field Office and John J. Mahon, Attorney, Department of Justice, Commercial Litigation Branch, of New York, New York, were on the brief for defendant-appellant. Also on the brief was Sheryl A. French, Office of Assistant Chief Counsel, International Trade Litigation, U.S. Customs Service, of New York, New York, of counsel. Appealed from: U.S. Court of International Trade Judge Musgrave United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit 95-1099, -1111 CASIO, INC., Plaintiff/Cross- Appellant, v. THE UNITED STATES, Defendant-Appellant. DECIDED: January 16, 1996 Before ARCHER, Chief Judge, MICHEL and SCHALL, Circuit Judges. MICHEL, Circuit Judge. The United States appeals the decision of the United States Court of International Trade, No. 89-07-00385, reclassifying 5 of 38 electronic musical synthesizer models, imported by Casio, Inc. ("Casio"), as "electrical
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articles which produce sound," Tariff Schedules of the United States ("TSUS") 1 688.34, as opposed to their original classification as "electronic musical instruments," TSUS 725.47. Casio cross-appeals the court's determination that the remaining models of imported electronic musical synthesizers were properly classified as "electronic musical instruments." We affirm. I. BACKGROUND Casio imports into the United States electronic musical synthesizers. 2 All of the imported synthesizer models were classified by the Customs Service, upon entry into the United States, as "Electronic musical instruments: Other," TSUS 725.47, with a duty rate of 6.8% ad valorem. Casio timely challenged the classification by filing suit in the United States Court of International Trade. Casio argued that these synthesizers were improperly classified as electronic musical instruments and should instead have been classified under TSUS 688.34 as "Electrical articles and electrical parts of articles, not specifically provided for: Electrical articles using pre-programmed digital integrated circuits to produce sound," dutiable at the rate of 3.9% ad valorem. Each of the synthesizers at issue in this case includes at least one of the following features. 1. ROM Pack - computer chip driven device containing ROM (read only memory) programmed to play a melody on the keyboard or to guide in a teaching function (e.g., to light indicator lights associated with a specific key). 2. Sampling - the ability to capture a sound (e.g., a dog bark) and then play it back at different pitches (e.g., "Jingle Bells" as done by barking dogs). 3. Sequencer - a device that remembers a sequence of key depressions, including note, duration, and sometimes pressure, and then plays it back. A multiple track sequencer allows additional sounds to be added on top of a previously recorded sequence. Using this function, a musician can record a background beat and additional musical phrases to the sequencer, and then play the melody on top. 4. Auto-rhythm - generates a rhythm selected from a number of pre-programmed rhythms (e.g., country, reggae, samba, waltz, etc.). The musician can then play a melody over the generated rhythm. 5. Auto-accompaniment - automatically generates an accompaniment of "fill-in" notes for the keys depressed on the right side of the keyboard. 6. Mixer - A device that permits the adjustment of relative volumes of various functions, such as auto-rhythm and the keys being pressed by the musician. Inasmuch as the imported articles contained substantial non- musical instrument functions and features, Casio claimed, the articles were "more than" electronic musical instruments and could not be classified as such. In addition, Casio argued that five of the imported models, VZ-1, VZ-10M, HZ-600, MG-510 and PG-380, could not be classified as electronic musical instruments because they were imported and sold in commerce without an amplifier and speakers or headphones and thus did not make an audible sound as imported. The ability to make an audible sound, they argued, was a requirement for classification as an electronic musical instrument.
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The trial court concluded that the Casio synthesizers were not "more than" electronic musical instruments, finding that "[t]he primary design and function of the features at issue appear to become part of and enhance the musical instruments in which they are found. The features that are part of the subject articles make playing the instruments easier." Casio, Inc. v. United States, No. 89-07- 00385, slip op. at 11 (Ct. Int'l Trade Oct. 7, 1994). It did conclude, however, that the decision of one of our predecessor courts in Montgomery Ward & Co., Inc. v. United States, 499 F.2d 1283 (CCPA 1974), requires that an electronic musical instrument make a sound to be considered as such, and therefore, Casio synthesizer models imported without amplifier or speakers should be classified under TSUS 688.34. II. STANDARD OF REVIEW Proper classification of imported merchandise under an appropriate tariff provision "entails a two-step process of (1) ascertaining the proper meaning of specific terms within the tariff provision and (2) determining whether the merchandise at issue comes within the description of such terms as properly construed. The first step is a question of law which we review de novo and the second is a question of fact which we review for clear error." Marcel Watch Co. v. United States, 11 F.3d 1054, 1056 (Fed. Cir. 1993) (citing Stewart-Warner Corp. v. United States, 748 F.2d 663, 664-65, 3 Fed. Cir. (T) 20, 22 (1984)). "The ultimate issue as to whether particular imported merchandise has been classified under an appropriate tariff provision is a question of law subject to de novo review," and the resolution of that ultimate issue involves the two-step process outlined above. Marcel Watch, 11 F.3d at 1056. III. ELECTRONIC SYNTHESIZERS WITH AMPLIFIERS AND SPEAKERS The "electronic musical instrument" classification, under which the Customs Service classified all of Casio's electronic musical synthesizer models, is an eo nomine designation, i.e., "one which describes [a] commodity by a specific name, usually one well known to commerce." Blacks Law Dictionary 535 (6th ed. 1990). When an object "is in character or function something other than as described by a specific statutory provision -- either more limited or more diversified -- and the difference is significant, it cannot find classification within such [eo nomine] provision." Robert Bosch Corp. v. United States, 63 Cust. Ct. 96, 103-04 (1969). Casio argues that because each of the models of electronic musical synthesizers in question has at least one additional feature, 3 which is not a musical instrument feature, each is "more than" an electronic musical instrument and cannot be classified under TSUS 725.47. Casio's argument, however, is unpersuasive. On the contrary, an article which has been improved or amplified but whose essential characteristic is preserved or only incidentally altered is not excluded from an unlimited eo nomine statutory designation. Id. See also United Carr Fastener Corp. V. United States, 54 CCPA 89, C.A.D. 913 (1967). The criterion is whether the item "possess[es] features substantially in excess of those within the common meaning of the term." Id. at 91 (emphasis added). Upon reviewing all of the evidence, including Casios expert witnesses, the trial court determined that the Casio synthesizers were not "more than" musical instruments and found that the primary purpose of the additional features was to "enhance the musical instruments in which they [were] found" making the instruments easier to play with a greater variety of voices (sounds). Casio, slip op. at 11. The trial court's finding that the synthesizers do not possess features substantially in excess of those within the common meaning of the term "electronic musical instruments" is not clearly erroneous. All of the additional features are designed primarily to make it easier for a musician to create music or embellish the sound he or
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she would normally be able to produce. The auto-rhythm and auto-accompaniment features allow inexperienced users to create chords and accompaniment with the press of a key, and the sequencer features allow a single musician to play, in essence, multiple instruments simultaneously. The only feature which does not appear to enhance a musician's ability to play the instrument is the one that plays prerecorded melodies. However, Casio admitted that this may be a musical instrument feature because it is similar in nature to a music box, which was specifically designated a musical instrument by Congress. TSUS 725.50. IV. ELECTRONIC SYNTHESIZERS WITHOUT AMPLIFIERS AND SPEAKERS Casio electronic synthesizer models VZ-1, VZ-10M, HZ- 600, MG-510 and PG-380 do not contain amplifiers or speakers and therefore cannot be heard without either attaching the products to external amplifier/speaker systems (e.g., a stereo system) or by plugging in a pair of headphones. Models VZ-1 and HZ-600 are high end model electronic keyboard synthesizers, and models MG-510 and PG-380 are guitar-like electronic synthesizers. In addition, model VZ-10M requires a controller (e.g., a keyboard or other Musical Instrument Digital Interface compliant device) in order to operate. In Montgomery Ward, the United States Court of Customs and Patent Appeals held that electronic organ components imported without an amplifier and speaker or a cabinet could not together be classified as an electronic musical instrument but were instead properly classifiable as electronic musical instrument parts. The court first looked to the definition of "electronic musical instruments" as defined in headnote 2(c), subpart A, part 3, schedule 7, TSUS: (c) the term "electronic musical instruments" embraces all musical instruments in which the sound is generated electrically, and conventional- type instruments not suitable for playing without electrical amplification, but the term does not include conventional- type instruments, fitted with electrical pickup and amplifying devices, when the instrument is suitable for playing without such amplification. Although it was undisputed that the organ's sound was generated electrically, the court found that "[t]he imported components do not generate sound. they generate electric currents only. The speaker. acts as a transducer to convert electrical energy into sound. Until this occurs, there is no sound." Montgomery Ward, 499 F.2d at 1288. This led the court to hold as follows: We deem it essential to its classification as a "musical instrument" -- in the absence of some indication of legislative intent to the contrary -- that there be a capability in an organ of producing sound when played upon. Id. The court further emphasized its position that audible sound was required for proper classification of an article as an electronic musical instrument in a later section of the opinion discussing the adequacy of the assignment of error. The court stated that [a]ppellee has raised a question about the adequacy of the assignment of errors in the notice of appeal to this court to "preserve for review the issue of whether an unfinished electronic musical instrument must be capable of producing audible sound * * * in order to be classified as an electronic musical instrument for tariff purposes." It will be recognized that said issue goes to the very essence of this appeal. Id. Thus, Montgomery Ward clearly establishes, as precedent, the proposition that "a capacity to produce the electronic sound at the time of importation is the sine qua non for classification of a musical instrument
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under item 725.47." Universal Accordion Factory v. United States, 73 Cust. Ct. 208 (1974). This court has adopted as precedent the holdings of its predecessor courts, the United States Court of Claims and the United States Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, and may only overrule those prior holdings by sitting in banc. South Corp. v. United States, 690 F.2d 1368, 1370, 215 USPQ 657, 658 (Fed. Cir. 1982). Without a contrary, intervening decision of the United States Court of Customs and Patent Appeals or this court sitting in banc, we are bound by the pronouncement in Montgomery Ward and must conclude that the Casio synthesizer models that cannot make an audible sound as imported are not properly classified as electronic musical instruments under TSUS 725.47. The government contends that the applicable law found in Montgomery Ward had been clarified by the subsequent decision in Daisy-Heddon, Div. Victor Comptometer Corp. v. United States, 600 F.2d 799 (CCPA 1979). In Daisy- Heddon, the court resolved and clarified the competing tariff provisions for unfinished articles and the various TSUS items pertaining to parts by holding that a substantially complete article, despite the omission of an essential part, is classifiable as an unfinished article as opposed to an article part. Id. at 802. The court set forth a number of factors to use in determining whether articles (in that case fishing reels) were substantially complete and thus properly classified as unfinished articles. Id. at 803. The government argues that, under the Daisy- Heddon factors, the Casio synthesizers are "substantially complete" electronic musical instruments and should be classified as such. The government's reliance on Daisy-Heddon is misplaced. Daisy-Heddon sets forth a means of determining whether an article is properly classified as an unfinished article or an article part. The synthesizers at issue in this matter are neither unfinished articles nor article parts. Moreover, Daisy-Heddon does not speak to the specific proposition set forth in Montgomery Ward and determinative in this matter: that an article must make an audible sound as imported to be properly classified as an electronic musical instrument. Alternatively, the government argues that the five synthesizers are properly classifiable as "Musical instrument parts not specifically provided for: Other," TSUS 726.90. The government points out that the court in Montgomery Ward classified the electronic organ components as parts of an electronic musical instrument even though, when assembled, they could not produce an audible sound. As opposed to the court in Montgomery Ward, we do not have musical instrument parts before us. As properly found by the trial court, these "articles as imported are complete articles of commerce and are sold to the public in their imported condition." Casio, slip op. at 13. Whereas the organ components in Montgomery Ward could appropriately be classified as musical instrument parts, the synthesizers at issue in this case cannot. Accordingly, the trial court properly reclassified the imported synthesizer models incapable of producing sound under TSUS 688.34. CONCLUSION The judgment of the Court of International trade as to the classification of all Casio electronic synthesizer models is AFFIRMED.
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1 It appears the articles were classified under the TSUS and not the more recent Harmonized Tariff Schedules of the United States ("HTSUS") because the importations at issue occurred in 1987 and 1988, while the HTSUS did not supersede the TSUS until 1989. See, e.g., Nidec Corp. v. United States, 68 F.3d 1333, 1335 (Fed. Cir. 1995). 2 At issue in this case are the following Casio models: CDP-3300, CPS-101, CPS-300, CT-360, CT-370, CT-450, CT-510, CT-607, CT-630, CT-640, CT-460, MT-640, EP-10, EP-20, EP-30, HT-3000, HT-6000, MT-140, MT-205, MT-240, MT-520, MT- 540, MT-600, PMP-300, PMP-400, PMP-500, PT-10, PT-87, PT-180, SK-1, SK-5, SK-8, SK-10, VZ-1, VZ-10M, HZ-600, MG-510 and PG-380. 3 Each model has one or more of the following features: ROM-Pack melody or teaching aids, sampling, effects device, sequencer, auto-rhythm, auto accompaniment and/or mixer. 1
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IT-600 Series Hardware Manual
CASIO Computer Co., Ltd.
Copyright 2006. All rights reserved.
Table of Contents
Editorial Record Preface Overview of the Products Features Available Models Options Accessories External Views IT-600 HA-D60IO HA-D62IO HA-D32DCHG (Dual Battery Charger) HA-D30CHG (Cradle-type Charger) HA-D50BN (Laser Redirection Attachment) HA-D94CFU HA-D51TG Device Configuration Diagram Hardware Specifications IT-600 HA-D60IO HA-D62IO HA-D32DCHG HA-D30CHG HA-D20BAT, HA-D21LBAT HA-D50BN HA-D94CFU HA-D51TG Product Identification and Reference Numbers Quality References Environmental Performances IT-600 HA-D60IO HA-D62IO HA-D32DCHG HA-D30CHG HA-D50BN HA-D94CFU HA-D51TG Electrical Performances IT-600 HA-D60IO HA-D62IO HA-D32DCHG HA-D30CHG HA-D94CFU 39 39
1. 1.1. 1.2. 1.3. 1.4. 1.5. 1.5.1. 1.5.2. 1.5.3. 1.5.4. 1.5.5. 1.5.6. 1.5.7. 1.5.8. 1.5.9. 2. 2.1. 2.2. 2.3. 2.4. 2.5. 2.6. 2.7. 2.8. 2.9. 3. 4. 4.1. 4.1.1. 4.1.2. 4.1.3. 4.1.4. 4.1.5. 4.1.6. 4.1.7. 4.1.8. 4.2. 4.2.1. 4.2.2. 4.2.3. 4.2.4. 4.2.5. 4.2.6.
4.3. 4.3.1. 4.3.2. 4.3.3. 4.3.4. 4.3.5. 4.3.6. 4.3.7. 4.3.8. 4.4. 4.4.1. 4.4.2. 4.4.3. 4.4.4. 4.4.5. 4.4.6. 4.4.7. 4.4.8. 4.5. 4.5.1. 4.5.2. 4.5.3. 4.5.4. 4.5.5. 4.5.6. 4.5.7.
Mechanical Performances IT-600 HA-D60IO HA-D62IO HA-D32DCHG HA-D30CHG HA-D50BN HA-D94CFU HA-D51TG Reliability IT-600 HA-D60IO HA-D62IO HA-D32DCHG HA-D30CHG HA-D50BN HA-D94CFU HA-D50BN Compliance IT-600 HA-D60IO HA-D62IO HA-D32DCHG HA-D30CHG HA-D94CFU HA-D51TG
No part of this document may be produced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose, without the express written permission of CASIO Computer Co., Ltd. in Tokyo Japan. Information in this document is subject to change without advance notice. CASIO Computer Co., Ltd. makes no representations or warranties with respect to the contents or use of this manual and specifically disclaims any express or implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. 2006 CASIO Computer Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
Manual Version no. 0.90 1.00 1.01 Date edited November 2005 November 2006 October 2006 Page Content Tentative version Original version The options, HA-D62IO, HA-D51TG and HA-D95HB, are added in Table 1.2 of Chapter 1.3. External views for HA-D62IO in Chapter 1.5.3 are added. External views for HA-D94CFU in Chapter 1.5.7 are added. External view for HA-D51TG in Chapter 1.5.8 is added. Hardware specifications for HA-D62IO in Chapter 2.3 are added. Hardware specifications for HA-D50BN, HA-D94CFU and HA-D51TG in Chapters 2.7 to 2.9 are added. Environmental performance for HA-D62IO in Chapter 4.1.3 is added. Environmental performance for HA-D50BN, HA-D94CFU and HA-D51TG in Chapters 4.1.6 to 4.1.8 are added. Electrical performance for HA-D62IO in Chapter 4.2.3 is added. Electrical performance for HA-D94CFU in Chapter 4.2.6 is added. Mechanical performance for HA-D62IO in Chapter 4.3.3 is added. Mechanical performance for HA-D50BN in Chapter 4.3.6 is added. Mechanical performance for HA-D94CFU and HA-D51TG in Chapters 4.3.7 and 4.3.8 are added. Reliability for HA-D62IO in Chapter 4.4.3 is added. Reliability for HA-D50BN, HA-D94CFU and HA-D51TG in Chapters 4.4.6 to 4.4.8 are added. Compliance for HA-D62IO, HA-D94CFU and HA-D51TG in Chapters 4.5.3, 4.5.6, and 4.5.7 are added.
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A newest PDA-style industrial data terminal with four models (IT-600M30, IT-600M30C, IT-600M30R, and IT-600M30CR) made available offers the IP54 level of dust and water-splash proof compliant with the IEC60529 standard, and the shock resistance to withstand a fall from up to 1.2 meters. The pocket-sized and portable IT-600 series comes with various noteworthy features including the following. Built-in high performance laser scanner capable of reading industry standard symbologies A wide range of wireless communications via either Bluetooth or WLAN (IEEE802.11b and IEEE802.11g) Rugged casing to allow use in extreme environments Original CASIO digital technology enables capturing of images in all light conditions. Microsoft Windows CE 5.0 offers reliable and real time capabilities. Superb quality VGA resolution color screen miniSD card slot for extra storage Compliant with the European Unions Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment directive (RoHS)
In this manual, the hardware specifications of the IT-600 series and its dedicated options are described in detail. For references related to the software and the programming libraries refer to the respective manuals available separately.
Overview of the Products Features
Supporting the outstanding development environment WindowsCE 5.0 as the built-in OS Visual Studio.NET 2003 (WindowsCE.NET Utilities v 1.1 for Visual Studio.NET 2003) eMbedded Visual C++ 4.0 Compatibility to various communication systems Built-in ultra-small WLAN module with the capability of IEEE802.11b and IEEE802.11g standards High speed infrared communication with IrDA Ver1.3 Bluetooth Version 1.2 Serial interface with USB version 1.1 (Host/Client) Small size, light weight (improved portability) Dimensions: Approx. 82 (W) x 166 (D) x 23 (H) mm Weight: Approx. 290 g Improved resistance to environment Resistance to fall impact: 1.2 m in height Dust/Water-splash proof : IP54 (compliant with IEC60529 International Standard) Capable of scanning industrial standard bar code symbologies Readable bar code symbologies : UPC-A/E, EAN, NW-7, Code39, Code93, Code128/EAN128, ITF, MSI, Industrial 2of5, IATA, RSS-14, RSS Limited, RSS Expanded Outstanding performance/Large memory High-performance CPU Intel PXA270 Application Processor (Max. 520 MHz) Large-capacity memory RAM : 64 MB F-ROM : 128 MB (user area; approximately 60 MB) Aiming to a full compliance with the Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in electronic equipment (RoHS) set mandatory on July The following products have been assembled with devices, components and parts manufactured using Lead (Pb) free solder. IT-600M30 IT-600M30C IT-600M30R IT-600M30CR
Model IT-600M30 IT-600M30C IT-600M30R IT-600M30CR Memory RAM 64 MB 64 MB 64 MB 64 MB FROM 128 MB 128 MB 128 MB 128 MB Color touch panel display Yes Yes Yes Yes Digital camera No Yes No Yes Bluetooth module Yes Yes Yes Yes WLAN module No No ETSI ETSI
The table 1.2 shows the dedicated options available for the IT-600 series. Table 1.2
Product Cradle Battery pack Battery charger Laser Redirection Attachment CF Card Extension Unit AC adaptor Model No. HA-D60IO HA-D62IO HA-D20BAT HA-D21LBAT HA-D30CHG HA-D32DCHG HA-D50BN HA-D94CFU AD-S42120AE AD-S15050AE Cable Trigger Grip Hand Belt DT-380USB HA-D51TG HA-D95HB Description USB Cradle (with Host/Client) Ethernet Cradle Lithium-ion battery pack (1,850 mAH) Large-capacity lithium-ion battery pack (3,700 mAH) Cradle-type Charger Dual Battery Charger Changes the direction of laser emission to downward at 60 degree. For CF memory card on the back of the IT-600 For HA-D60IO and HA-D32DCHG. Input from 100VAC to 240VAC. For HA-D30CHG. Input 100 to 240VAC (with US power cord) USB cable for cradle, cable length 2.0 m Grip with the Trigger lever Hand belt to hold the IT-600
The following accessories are accompanied in each individual carton box of IT-600 series. Table 1.3
Accessory Users guide Stylus Large-capacity battery pack cover Neck strap Touch screen protect sheet Qty 1 Remark In English and Chinese (with simplified Chinese characters) Required when HA-D21LBAT is installed.
External Views IT-600
Fig 1.1 See Table 1.4 for the descriptions for each referenced part on the terminal.
No. 1 2
Names of parts
Description Sounds a buzzer. Orange : Charging the battery pack. Green : Charging the battery pack complete. Red : Battery pack is abnormal or the surrounding temperature is out of the range. Flashes in blue when operating via Bluetooth or in orange when operating via WLAN. Lights in green when reading a bar code successfully or in red when alarming (programmable). Turns the power on and off. Displays text and operating instructions. Also used to operate the Handheld Terminal and enter data using stylus provided. Used to perform bar code reading. Can be assigned an arbitrary function. Press when finishing entering numerical values or when moving to the next step. Press when switching to the text input mode. Used to make various settings in combination with the numeric keys or when starting a pre-registered application. Used to clear one letter to the left of the input key. Used to enter numbers or letters. Used to input a sound including voice. Alarms and voice messages are output here. Voice messages are not output from the speaker when a headset is connected to the headset jack. (The sound of camera shutter is always output from the speaker.) Used to perform bar code reading. Used to perform bar code reading. A separately sold headset can be connected here. Emits a laser that reads bar codes. Used for communication with another Handheld Terminal. Used to supply power to the Handheld Terminal and to charge the battery pack from Cradle and Cradle-type Charger. Used to capture photographs, images. Used to light up an object when capturing with the digital camera. Used to attach the strap. Provided for future extension. Used to reset the terminal. Used to lock the battery cover and to release.
Name Buzzer Indicator 1
Power Key Touch Screen Center Trigger Key Execute Key Text Key Fn Key CLR Key Numeric Keys Microphone Speaker
Trigger R Key Trigger L Key Headset Jack Reader Port IR Port Power Supply/Charge Terminals Digital Camera LED Light Strap Holes Extension Port Reset Switch Battery Pack Cover Lock Switch Battery Pack Cover
Used to cover the battery compartment that holds the battery inside.
The following external views show the HA-D60IO (USB Cradle). Refer to Table 1.5 for each referenced part on the HA-D60IO. Views
Description Used to transfer system data and file data (download, upload) by connecting the Cradle to a PC using a USB cable (DT-380USB). A dedicated driver must be installed in the PC before connecting the Cradle to the PC. Used to connect a corresponding USB peripheral device. Used to switch between the USB host port and USB client port. Connect the dedicated AC adaptor here. This switch detects when the Handheld Terminal is mounted correctly on the Cradle. Power is supplied to the terminal via these contacts. This lamp indicates the power status and the mounting status of the Handheld Terminal. Off : Handheld Terminal is mounted. Green : Power on and the Handheld Terminal is mounted correctly. These hooks are used to stabilize the terminal when mounting it on the cradle.
Name USB Client Port
USB Host Port Selector Switch AC Adaptor Jack Terminal Detect Switch Power Contacts Power Indicator Lamp
The following external views show the HA-D62IO (Ethernet Cradle). Refer to Table 1.6 for each referenced part on the HA-D62IO. Views
6 Front Right
Description This port is used to transfer system data and file data (download, upload) by connecting the Ethernet cradle to a PC using a USB cable (DT-380USB). A dedicated driver must be installed in the PC before connecting the Ethernet cradle to the PC. This switch is used to switch between a USB connection and a LAN connection. This LED shows the status of the LAN connection. Off : LAN cable not connected correctly. Lit Green : LAN cable connected correctly. This LED shows the LAN operation status. Off : No communication. Blinking Green : Communication in progress. This port is used for connecting the cradle to a computer or hub over a LAN cable so that system data and file data can be transferred (uploaded or downloaded). Special driver software must be installed in the IT-600. Connect the dedicated AC adaptor here. This switch detects when the Handheld Terminal is mounted correctly on the Cradle. Power is supplied to the IT-600 via these contacts. This LED indicates the power status and the mounting status of the IT-600. Off : IT-600 is not installed. Or, the AC adaptor is not connected. Green : Ethernet cradle turned on, and IT-600 correctly set in the cradle. Use these hooks to lock the IT-600 into the Ethernet cradle.
Selector Switch LAN Connection Status LED LAN Communication Status LED LAN Port
AC Adaptor Jack Terminal Detect Switch Ethernet Cradle Contacts Power Indicator LED Mount Hooks
HA-D32DCHG (Dual Battery Charger)
The following external views show the HA-D32DCHG (Dual Battery Charger). Refer to Table 1.7 for each referenced part on the HA-D32DCHG. Views
Fig 1.3 Table 1.7
Name Charge indicator lamps Description These lamps indicate the charge status of each battery pack. Off : Not charging Red : Charging Red Flashing : Battery pack problem Green : Charging complete Used to connect the dedicated AC adaptor here. Used to connect another Dual Battery Charger at side. The connection bracket attaches here when you connect another Dual Battery Charger.
AC adaptor jack Dual battery charger connection port Connection bracket attachment holes
HA-D30CHG (Cradle-type Charger)
The following external views show the HA-D30CHG (Cradle-type Charger). Refer to Table 1.8 for each referenced part on the HA-D30CHG. Views
Fig 1.4 Table 1.8
No. 3 4
Description Connect the AC adaptor here. This switch detects when the Handheld Terminal is mounted correctly on the charger. Power is supplied to the handheld Terminal via these contacts. This lamp indicates the power status and the mounting status of the Handheld Terminal. Off : Handheld Terminal is not mounted. Green : Power is on and the handheld Terminal is mounted correctly. These hooks are used to stabilize the Handheld Terminal when mounting it on the charger.
Name AC Adaptor Jack Terminal Detect Switch Power Contacts Power Indicator Lamp
HA-D50BN (Laser Redirection Attachment)
The following external view shows the HA-D50BN (Laser Redirection Attachment).
The following external views show the HA-D94CFU (CF Card Extension Unit). Views
CF Card Extension Unit Fig 1.6
The following external view shows the HA-D51TG (Trigger Grip). Refer to Table 1.9 for each referenced part on the HA-D51TG. View
Fig 1.7 Table 1.9
Description Plug this into the connection socket of the expansion port on the IT-600. Press this lever to scan bar codes. This is the grip part. This hole is for draining out water.
Name Connector Trigger Lever Grip Drip Hole
Device Configuration Diagram
Products with IrDA IrDA Printer PC (IrDA1.3) Products with 802.11b,g IEEE 11b,g 802. WLAN Module 802.11b,g Access -Point 802.11b Printer IT-600
Bluetooth Module (Ver1.2 Class ) 2 Pocket Printer
Products with Bluetooth Bluetooth Access Point Bluetooth Headset
EarphoneMicrophone / Jack
Headset (with call in control )
Mini SD Memory USB Cradle HA-D60IO
USB Port (Host/Client )
LAN/USB Cradle HA-D62IO
USB Host USB Client
Wired Modem LAN Adapter
AC Adaptor AD -S42120 AE
Power Supply Terminals Built in Charge Circuit
Cradle -type Charger HA-D30CHG AC Adaptor AD-S15050 AE CF Card Extension Unit HA-D54CFU
Trigger Grip HA-D51TG
Battery Packs HA-D20BAT HA-D21LAT Battery Packs HA-D20BAT HA-D21LAT Dual Battery Charger HA -D 32 DCHG
Battery Packs HA-D20BAT HA-D21LAT Battery Packs HA-D20BAT HA-D21LAT Dual battery Charger HA -D32 DCHG
Battery Packs HA-D20BAT HA-D21LAT Battery Packs HA-D20BAT HA-D21LAT Dual battery Charger HA -D 32DCHG
Battery Packs HA-D20BAT HA-D21LBAT
AC Adaptor AD-S42120AE
Hardware Specifications IT-600
Item CPU, Memory CPU RAM FROM Scanner Type Wave Length Optical Output No. of scannings Resolution PCS Readable distance Readable width Semi-conductor laser light 65010 nm <1 mW 10020 times per second 0.127 mm (minimum) 0.45 (minimum) Approximately 40 to 300 mm Approximately 0 to 200 mm Max. 40 mm Max. 250 mm Max. 60 mm (contact scanning) Daylight for scanning Readable 1D bar code symbologies Vibrator Display Display device No. of dots Dot pitch Display font Backlight Indicator LED 1pc x LED (2 colors), 1pc x LED (3 colors) Left: battery charge status Right: programmable 3.7-inch transflective TFT color LCD 480 (h) x 640 (w) 0.117 (h) x 0.117 (w) mm Scalable font LED 65,536 colors 50,000 Lux or less UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN, NW7, Code39, ITF, MSI, Industrial 2of5, Code93, Code128, IATA, EAN128, RSS-14, RSS Limited, RSS Expanded Yes (for indications of scanning completion, VoIp call-in) Without HA-D50BN With HA-D50BN When the distance is at 40 mm. When the distance is at 300 mm. When HA-D50BN is attached. Intel PXA270 Application Processor 64 MB 128 MB (user area; approx. 60 MB) Operating clock; max 520 MHz Specification Remark
Input Keyboard Control keys Trigger keys Touch panel Standard Communication process Synchronization Baud rate (in bps) Comm. range WLAN Standard Modulation Frequency range Baud rate Comm. range Number of channels Output power Other feature Bluetooth Standard Comm. range Output power USB Host Baud rate Power to an external device Client Extension port Baud rate Full speed (12 Mbps) Connector for HA-D94CFU or for HA-D51TG Not applicable to IT-600M30R, M30CR. Full speed (12 Mbps) Low speed (1.5 Mbps) 5V5% (maximum 500 mA) See note on page 25. Bluetooth Specification Ver.1.2 Approx. 3 m Max. 3 dBm ( PowerClass 2) Not operable concurrently with WLAN operation. Vary depending on the environment IEEE 802.11b, IEEE802.11g compatible DS: DS/OFDM: IEEE802.11b IEEE802.11g See note on page 23. Numeric (Alphabet) keys, CLR key, Execute key, Fn key, Text key, Cursor key Power ON/OFF key, Reset switch Trigger R key, Trigger L key, Center trigger key Yes IrDA ver.1.3 compatible Half duplex Start-stop, frame method 9,600/19,200/38,400/57,600/115,200/4M 0 (contact) to 0.3m
Infrared communication interface
IEEE802.11b: 2.400 to 2.4835 GHz IEEE802.11g: 2.400 to 2.4835 GHz IEEE802.11b: 11 Mbps (maximum) IEEE802.11g: 54 Mbps (maximum) IEEE802.11b: 50 m (indoor) to 150 m (outdoor) IEEE802.11g: 50 m (indoor) to 150 m (outdoor) 13 101dBm Roaming between Access-Points Vary depending on the environment Three channels are available at the same time.
SD card slot Terminals for USB cradle Headset jack Speaker Microphone Digital camera Number of pixels Device Aperture Focal distance Image capture range LED light Brightness Power Operation Memory backup Battery capacity Description Layout
miniSD memory card 1 See Table 2.poles in rounded shape Monaural Monaural Approximately 1,000,000 pixels 1/4.5-type CCD color F3.5/F7.0 (2 steps switchover) f = 3.29 mm (fixed) 30 cm to 3300 mcd Lithium-ion battery pack (HA-D20BAT or HA-D21LBAT) Lithium battery (rechargeable) on board HA-D20BAT 1,850 mAH HA-D21LBAT 3,700 mAH 6 7
In the battery compartment.
Note: Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM) is a transmission technique based upon the idea of frequency-division multiplexing (FDM). Continue.
IT-600M30/M30C Approx. 11 hours (with HA-D20BAT)*1 Approx. 22 hours (with HA-D21LBAT)*1
IT-600M30R/M30CR Approx. 10 hours (with HA-D20BAT)*2 Approx. 20 hours (with HA-D21LBAT)*2 *2 based on the ratio of standby:scan:calculation:wireless at 20:1:1:1 when the CPU speed is set to auto power save mode and the backlight is turned off. *1 based on the ratio of standby:calculation:scan at 20:1:1 when the CPU speed is set to auto power save mode and the backlight is turned off.
Memory back up period
RAM : Approx. 10 minutes, Clock : Approx. 72 hours
- Lithium battery pack is fully charged. - At room temperature. - The power on the terminal is turned off. - At room temperature - The dedicated AC adaptor is used to power the terminal via battery charger or cradle.
Battery pack charge period
Approximately 4 hours for HA-D20BAT Approximately 7 hours for HA-D21LBAT
Memory backup battery charge period
Approximately 4 days
- Time period until when the battery is fully charged. - Battery pack is being installed. - At room temperature.
Memory backup battery rated capacity Method to charge memory backup battery
10 mAh Power supply by cradle By battery pack (when terminals power on ) By battery pack (when terminals power off) Yes Yes Yes
Terminal layout and the description for the SD Card slot Table 2.2
Terminal no. 7 Signal V BUS V CRADLE D+ NC USB_ID DGND Description Power from USB cradle Power supply/Charge to terminal USB D + Switch-over between USB host and USB client USB D GND Direction OUT/IN (see note) IN/OUT IN IN/OUT -
Note: When the selector switch on the HA-D60IO is set to USB Host, this terminal outputs the power ON/OFF control signal issued by the IT-600 to the cradle. Or, when it is set to USB Client, the terminal is used to input the USB power (V BUS) from the cradle to the IT-600.
Item USB Standard Baud rate Connector 1 VBus 2 Data (D -) 3 + Data (D+) 4 GND USB connector B type Specification USB Ver.1.1 compatible Max. 12 Mbps (maximum) Remark
1 VBus 2 Data (D -) 3 + Data (D+)
USB connector A type Power from AC adaptor Input voltage Current consumption Plug AC adaptor Power USB host Standard Baud rate Power to external device USB client Standard Baud rate Layout Descriptio n Charge/Po wer supply terminals Output voltage Output current Output current Battery charge time Approx. 4 hours (for HA-D20BAT) Approx. 7 hours (for HA-D21LBAT) Constant voltage method 2,500 mA (maximum) DC5V10% USB Ver. 1.1 compatible 12 Mbps (maximum) See Fig 2.1. See Table 2.4 DC 12V 5% DC12V approx. 1.6A EIAJ RC-5320A type 4 AD-S42120AE USB Ver. 1.1 compatible 12 Mbps (maximum) 1.5 Mbps (minimum) 5V5% maximum 500 mA
4 GND When supplying power and transmitting data. Center; +
With current limitation control
Terminal layout and the description Table 2.4
Terminal no. Signal V BUS V CRADLE D+ USB_ID DGND Description Power from USB cradle Power supply/Charge to IT-600 USB D + Switch-over between USB host and USB client USB D GND Direction OUT/IN (see note) IN/OUT IN IN/OUT -
Note: When the selector switch on the HA-D60IO is set to USB Host, this terminal receives the power ON/OFF control signal issued by the IT-600. Or, when it is set to USB Client, the terminal outputs the USB power (V BUS) to the IT-600.
Item USB Standard Baud rate Connector 1 VBus 2 Data (D -) 3 + Data (D+) 4 GND USB connector B type LAN Power from AC adaptor Communication protocol Media type Input voltage Current consumption Plug AC adaptor Power USB client Standard Baud rate Layout Descriptio n Charge/Po wer supply terminals Output voltage Output current Output current Battery charge time Dimensions Weight Approx. 110(W) x 106(D) x 93(H) mm Approx. 310g Approx. 4 hours (for HA-D20BAT) Approx. 7 hours (for HA-D21LBAT) Constant voltage method With current limitation control 2,500 mA (maximum) DC5V10% IEEE 802.3 10base-T/100base-TX auto-switched DC 12V 5% DC12V approx. 1.6A EIAJ RC-5320A type 4 AD-S42120AE USB Ver. 1.1 compatible 12 Mbps (maximum) See Fig 2.1 See Table 2.4. When supplying power and transmitting data. Center; + Specification USB Ver.1.1 compatible Max. 12 Mbps (maximum) Remark
3 Fig 2.2
Terminal layout and the description Table 2.6
Terminal no. Signal V BUS V CRADLE D+ USB_ID DGND Description Power from USB cradle Power supply/Charge to IT-600 USB D + Switch-over between USB host and USB client USB D GND Direction IN/OUT (see note) IN/OUT OUT IN/OUT -
Note: When the selector switch on the HA-D62IO is set to USB Host, this terminal receives the power ON/OFF control signal issued by the IT-600. Or, when it is set to USB Client, the terminal outputs the USB power (V BUS) to the IT-600.
Item Battery charge Charge method Charge period Specification Constant voltage constant current Approx. 2 hours ( for 1 pc x HA-D20BAT) Approx. 4 hours (for 1 pc x HA-D21LBAT) Approx. 3.5 hours (for 2 pcs x HA-D20BAT) Approx. 7 hours (for 2 pcs x HA-D21LBAT) Required power supply Consumption current AD-S42120AE (dedicated AC adaptor) Approx. 0.8 A (with single HA-D32DCHG) Approx. 2.4 A (with three HA-D32DCHGs connected.) Operating temperature Operating humidity No. of the chargers to be connected Approx. 0 to 40 C 30 to 80 %RH 3 pcs x HA-D32DCHG (maximum) At room temperature Remark
Item Input from AC adaptor Input voltage Consumption current Plug AC adaptor Terminal layout Power supply Power supply/Charge Output voltage Output current Charge method Charge period DC5V10% 2500 mA (maximum) Constant voltage Approx. 4 hours (for HA-D20BAT) Approx. 7 hours (for HA-D21LBAT) With current limitation control GND EIAJ RC-5320A type 3 AD-S15050A Center pin; + Dedicated AC adaptor DC 5V5% DC5V approx. 2.5 A Specification Remark
HA-D20BAT (Battery Pack) Table 2.9
Item Nominal capacity Nominal voltage Dimensions Weight Accessory Specification 1850 mAh 3.7 VDC Approx. 52.5(W) x 40(L) x 13.5(H) mm Approx. 46g Soft case Remark
HA-D21LBAT (Large-capacity Battery Pack) Table 2.10
Item Nominal capacity Nominal voltage Dimensions Weight Accessory Specification 3700 mAh 3.7 VDC Approx. 52.5 (W) x 40 (L) x 25 (H) mm Approx. 86g Soft case Remark
Item Angle of laser beam emission Dimensions Weight Specification 60 downward Approx. 91.2 (W) x 63.15 (D) x 45.9 (H) mm Approx. 60g Remark
Item CF card slot Output Dimensions Weight Specification Compact Flash type I and II cards (3.3 volt) 3.3 0.165 V, Max. 1.0A Approx. 76 (W) x 79 (D) x 16 (H) mm Approx. 45 g Remark
With cover With cover
Item Dimensions Weight Specification Approx. 85 (W) x 77.8 (D) x 127 (H) mm Approx. 105 g Remark
Product Identification and Reference Numbers
On the back of the IT-600 and the options, there is a bar code and numbers printed on label as shown in Fig 3.1. This bar code is represented by 15 digits of Code128 symbology and by alphanumeric characters beneath the bar code. The numbers from 1 to 9 in the figure represent identification and references of each terminal. The numbers from 10 to 15 represent a manufacturing reference which is reserved by the manufacturer. See the figure below for each meaning.
Serial number of the terminal in 5 digits
Manufacturing references (reserved by the manufacturer)
Production month of the year (1 to 9, A,B,C) Production year (last digit only. Ex. 1 represents the year 2001.) Model number (two digits in alphanumeric) A8: IT-600M30 A9: IT-600M30C AA: IT-600M30R AB: IT-600M30CR AD: HA-D30CHG AC: HA-D60IO
This chapter will describe about references of the IT-600 and its dedicated options concerned with environmental performance, compliance, mechanical and electric durability, etc.
Environmental Performances IT-600
Item Temperature Operation Non-operation Humidity Operation Non-operation Storage Temperature Humidity Dust and water-splash proof -20 C to 60 C 5 % to 90 %RH IP54 level No condensation. Compliant with IEC60529 standard 10 % to 80 %RH 5 % to 90 %RH No condensation -10 C to 50 C -20 C to 60 C 0 to 40 C for charging battery pack Specification Condition
Item Specification 0 C to 40 C -20 C to 60 C 30 % to 80 %RH 10 % to 90 %RH -20 C to 60 C 10 % to 90 %RH Not applicable No condensation Condition
Temperature Operation Non-operation Humidity Operation Non-operation Storage in carton box Temperature Humidity Dust and water-splash proof
Item Temperature Operation Non-operation Humidity Operation Non-operation Storage in carton box Temperature Humidity Dust and water-splash proof 30 % to 80 %RH 10 % to 90 %RH -20 C to 60 C 10 % to 90 %RH Not applicable No condensation 0 C to 40 C -20 C to 60 C Specification Condition
Item Specification -10 C to 50 C -20 C to 60 C 10 % to 80 %RH 5 % to 90 %RH -20 C to 60 C 90 %RH or less Not applicable No condensation Condition
Item Specification -10 C to 50 C -20 C to 60 C 10 % to 80 %RH 5 % to 90 %RH -20 C to 60 C 90 %RH or less IP64 level Compliant with IEC60529 No condensation Condition
Item Temperature Operation Non-operation Humidity Operation Non-operation Storage in carton box Temperature Humidity Dust and water-splash proof 10 % to 80 %RH 5 % to 90 %RH -20 C to 60 C 90 %RH or less IP54 level Complaint with IEC60529 No condensation -10 C to 50 C -20 C to 60 C Specification Condition
Electrical Performances IT-600
Specification DC1.8A DC1.9A DC2.0A Anti-static strength Malfunction Destruction 4 KV 12 KV Remark
Item Power consumption
- IT-600M30R - IT-600M30, IT-600M30CR - IT-600M30C - 150 pF, 330ohm
Specification DC12V5% 6 KV 8 KV 10 millisec. or less 1,000 V 150 pF, 330 ohm Remark
Item Input voltage Anti-static strength In contact In air Power interruption Line noise strength Malfunction
Pulse frequency: 5KHz Burst cycle: 300 milliseconds Number of pulses: 75 Burst interval: 15 milliseconds
Specification DC12 V5% 6 KV 8 KV 10 milliseconds or less 1,000V 150pF, 330 ohm Remark
Item Consumption current Specification Approx. 0.03 A Approx. 0.8 A Input voltage Anti-static strength In contact In air Line noise strength Malfunction DC12V5% 6 KV 8 KV 1,000 V Remark
- While the battery pack is not being installed. - While the battery pack is installed and it is being charged.
- 150 pF, 330 ohm
Specification DC5V5% 6 KV 8 KV 10 milliseconds or less 1,000 V Remark
Pulse frequency: 5 KHz Burst cycle: 300 milliseconds Number of pulses: 75 Burst interval: 15 milliseconds
Item Specification 3.3 to 5 V/1.1 A 4 KV 8 KV 12 KV Remark
Power consumption Anti-static strength In contact In air Malfunction
Mechanical Performances IT-600
Specification 120 cm Condition - Onto concrete floor. - One time on each of the 6 sides and 4 corners.
Item Resistance to drop impact (height) Resistance to impact Height of drop Resistance to vibration
70 cm (in individual carton box) 70 cm (in master carton) 1.5 G
- 1 cycle on each of the 6 sides and 1 corner. - 10 to 55 Hz - In X,Y, and Z directions - Reciprocally for 30 minutes
Specification 1.5 G or less Condition
Item Resistance to vibration
10 to 55 Hz In X,Y, and Z directions Reciprocally for 30 minutes While the power is turned on and IT-600 is not being mounted.
Resistance to vibration (in carton box)
1.5 G or less
- 10 to 55 Hz - In X,Y, and Z directions - Reciprocally for 15 minutes - 1 cycle on each of the 6 sides - 6 faces, 1 corner and 3 edges - Onto P tile floor.
Resistance to drop impact In bare condition 70 cm In individual carton 70 cm or less In master carton 50 cm or less
Item Resistance to vibration Specification 1.5 G or less Condition
Table 4.to 55 Hz In X,Y, and Z directions Reciprocally for 15 minutes While the power is being turned off. 10 to 55 Hz In X,Y, and Z directions Reciprocally for 15 minutes
Resistance to vibration (in carton box) Resistance to impact In bare condition In individual carton In master carton
70 cm 70 cm or less 60 cm or less
- 1 cycle on each of the 6 sides - 6 faces, 1 corner and 3 edges - On to concrete floor.
10 to 55 Hz In X,Y, and Z directions Reciprocally for 15 minutes While the power is turned on and IT-600 is not being mounted.
- 10 to 55 Hz - In X,Y, and Z directions - Reciprocally for 15 minutes - 1 cycle on each of the 6 sides - 6 faces, 1 corner and 3 edges - On to concrete floor.
70 cm 70 cm or less 50 cm or less
10 to 55 Hz In X,Y, and Z directions Reciprocally for 15 minutes With HA-D50BN being attached on IT-600. 1 cycle on each of the 6 sides 6 faces, 1 corner and 3 edges On to concrete floor. With HA-D50BN being attached on IT-600.
Resistance to impact In bare condition
In individual carton In master carton
70 cm or less 70 cm or less
10 to 55 Hz In X,Y, and Z directions Reciprocally for 30 minutes With HA-D94CFU being attached on IT-600. One time on each of the 6 sides and 4 corners. On to concrete floor. With HA-D94CFU being attached on IT-600. One time on each of the 6 sides and 4 corners. On to lauan. With HA-D94CFU being attached on IT-600. 1 cycle on each of the 6 sides 6 faces, 1 corner and 3 edges On to concrete floor.
70 cm or less 50 cm or less
Item Specification 110,000 hours 500 times 500 times 45,000 times 500 times 1,500 times Condition
MTBF for electronic parts Installing and removing USB client ports connector USB host ports connector Mounting IT-600 and removing Switching Selector switch (USB Host or USB Client) Installing AC adaptor to AC adaptor jack and removing from
One reciprocal switching as one time
Item MTBF for electronic parts Mounting a battery pack and removing Connecting to the joint connector and removing from Installing AC adaptor to and removing from AC adaptor jack Specification 50,000 hours 5,000 times 250 times 1,500 times Condition
Item Specification 20,000 hours 45,000 times 250 times 1,500 times Condition
MTBF for electronic parts Mounting IT-600 on and removing from Connecting to the joint connector and removing from Installing AC adaptor to and removing from AC adaptor jack
Specification 2,000 times Condition
Item Attaching HA-D50BN on IT-600 and removing it from
Specification 704,139 hours 42,633 hours Condition for only HA-D94CFU Attaching HA-D94CFU on IT-600
Item MTBF for electronic parts
Specification 20 times 1,000,000 times Condition
Item Plug the connector in the connector of the expansion port on the back of IT-600 and remove Trigger lever durability
WLAN Type Approval EN 300.328-2 EN 301.489-17 EN50371 No No Yes Yes
Laser EN60825-1:1996 (IEC60825-1:Class 2) Yes Yes Yes Yes
EMC EN55022 :1998
EMI EN55024: 1998
Bluetooth Type Approval
IT-600M30 IT-600M30C IT-600M30R IT-600M30CR
Yes Yes See note See note
Yes Yes Yes Yes
Note: IT-600M30R and IT-600M30CR are compliant with the respective criteria set on the EN55022 and EN55024 standards. The WLAN type approval requires both the models to meet the EN55022 and EN55024 standards.
EMC EN55022:1998+A1: 2000+A2:2003 Yes EMI EN55024:1998+A1:2001 +A2:2003 Yes EN61000-3-2:2000, EN61000-3-3:1995+A1 :2001 Yes
Model HA-D32DCHG EMC EN55022:1998 Yes EMI EN55024:1998 Yes
Model EMC EN55022:1998 Yes EMI EN55024:1998 Yes EN61000-3 Yes
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