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Disposal Of Redundant / Unserviceable Parts; Restriction Of Hazardous Substances (rohs) Directive; Waste Electrical And Electronic Equipment (weee) Directive; Tppr System Construction - Honeywell Touchpoint Pro Technical Handbook

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24 Disposal of Redundant / Unserviceable Parts

TPPR components must be disposed of in accordance with local and international laws. They shall not be disposed of by
incineration or as domestic waste.
PCB and Backplane e-waste is hazardous due to the presence of toxic substances such as Cadmium, Chromium,
Lead, and Mercury, and flame retardants such as polybrominated biphenyls and diphenylethers.
Always dispose of e-waste in accordance with the WEEE Directive; do not dispose of it in domestic waste.

24.1 Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive

TPPR is compliant with the requirements of the RoHS Directive.

24.2 Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive

This symbol indicates that the product and/or parts of the product may not be treated as household or municipal waste.
Waste electrical products (end of life) should be recovered/recycled where suitable specialist WEEE disposal facilities exist.
For more information about recycling of this product, contact your local authority, your local agent or distributor, or the
manufacturer whose details are on the back page.

24.3 TPPR System Construction

The TPPR system contains the following materials:
24.3.1 TPPR Safe Area Enclosures:
Powder coated mild steel
Polyamide PA 6.6 V0 (UL94)
e-Waste (Backplane, PCB, Copper cables and terminals)
24.3.2 TPPR Battery Enclosure
The TPPR Backup Battery enclosures may contain 12 VDC Sealed Rechargeable Lead-Acid Batteries. These batteries
contain toxic and corrosive substances that may cause injury or damage if the batteries become damaged, or if they are
mishandled, incinerated or disposed of incorrectly.
Batteries should be disposed of separately from household waste and in accordance with local laws and regulations.
Always dispose of batteries in accordance with the WEEE Directive; do not dispose of them in domestic waste.
24.3.3 TPPR 19 Inch Rack
Powder coated mild steel
Polyamide PA 6.6 V0 (UL94)
e-Waste (Backplane, PCB, Copper cables and terminals)
24.3.4 TPPR I/O Modules
Casing – Polyamide PA 6.6 V0 (UL94), grey
Contents – printed circuit boards (PCB)
Part. No. 2400M2501_6
Unwanted batteries shall be taken to a collection point designated by local authorities.
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