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Notes Regarding Radio Interface; Safety Instructions For Batteries - Silvercrest SSBS 3.0 A1 Manual

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Notes regarding radio interface

Turn the device off when you are in an airplane, a hospital,
an operating room, or a medical electronics system . The
transmitted radio waves can affect sensitive devices in their
function .
Keep the device at a distance of at least 7 .87 inches from
a pacemaker or implanted defibrillator, as radio waves
may interfere with the proper functions of the pacemaker
or implanted defibrillator .
The transmitted radio waves can cause noise in hearing aids .
Do not place the product near flammable gases or in a
potentially explosive atmosphere (e .g . paint shop) with radio
components turned on, as the transmitted radio waves can
cause an explosion or fire .
The range of radio waves depends on environmental and
surrounding conditions .
For data transmission via a wireless connection, it is also
possible for unauthorized third parties to intercept the data .

Safety instructions for batteries

Follow these basic safety instructions for safe handling of
batteries:
Incorrect handling of batteries can result in fire, explosions,
leakage of hazardous substances, or other dangerous
situations!
This product contains a button cell . If this button cell is
swallowed, it can cause serious internal burns within
2 hours that may result in death .
Keep batteries out of the reach of children . Children could
put batteries in their mouths and swallow them . If you suspect
that a battery may have been swallowed or otherwise entered
some part of the body, seek medical attention right away .
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