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Important Safety Information - Honeywell EVCS-CMPT9 Installation, Commissioning And Maintenance Manual

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Important Safety Information

This equipment must only be installed and maintained by suitably skilled and competent person.
This equipment is defined as Class 1 in EN60065 (Low Voltage Directive) and must be earthed.
Caution
INDOOR USE ONLY
SHOCK HAZARD-
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ARNING
ISOLATE BEFORE OPENING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
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ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
ARNING
UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE
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THIS UNIT MUST BE EARTHED
ARNING
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NO USER SERVICABLE PARTS
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Each Compact unit requires a 3A spur, returning to a breaker clearly marked EVCS DO NOT TURN OFF. If the units are
distributed around a site it is essential all units are on the same mains phase as they are classified TEN 230V, powering from
different phases can mean a 440V potential can be present in a unit during a major fault incident.
Anti-static handling guidelines
Make sure that electro-static handling precautions are taken immediately before handling PCBs and other static sensitive
components.
Before handling any static-sensitive items, operators should get rid of any electrostatic charge by touching a sound safety earth,
such as a radiator. Always handle PCBs by their sides and avoid touching any components. PCBs should be stored in a clean, dry
place that is free from vibration, dust and excessive heat.
Storing the PCBs in a suitable cardboard box will also guard them against mechanical damage.
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