2. SAFETY WARNINGS IN THIS MANUAL
2.1 Safety Warning Indicated as "
The power cord that comes with the equipment is rated at the input voltage of
125 VAC. When using this equipment at over 125 VAC, prepare the power
cord fitting input voltage and inspect the safeness of this equipment enough.
When you connect the plug of the power cord to an outlet, make sure you use
an outlet with a ground terminal (ground pole) that is properly grounded. In
addition, you must install and use an earth leakage circuit breaker.
If you do not take these measures, that may result in a fire or an electric
Do not use a two-pole plug without a ground pole because that may result in
an electric shock or failure of the equipment.
Warning about the power supply unit (hazardous voltage)
Do not remove the power supply. If you do, serious personal injury or death
may result due to an electric shock.
Do not remove the cover of the power supply unit. If you do, serious personal
injury or death may result due to electric shock.
If any of the air intake and exhaust holes of the equipment is blocked, the
temperature inside the equipment may rise and that may cause a fire or
failure of the equipment. Make sure sufficient clearance is provided around
the equipment when you install. (See "1.2.2 Installation".)
In case of smoke, a burning smell, or the like, unplug the power cord from
the outlet, and contact your supplier or maintenance personnel. Using faulty
equipment without repair may result in a fire or an electric shock.
Make sure to install a dust filter to equipment. If you do not, dusts enter into
the equipment and the short circuit fire may occur as a result.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (Continued)
(See page 1-3.)
(See page 2-1.)
(See page 3-1.)
(See page 3-4.) (See page 6-1.)
(See page 5-1.) (See page 5-21.)