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.
INDOOR USE ONLY
ISOLATE BEFORE OPENING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE
THIS UNIT MUST BE EARTHED
NO USER SERVICABLE PARTS
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
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.