RC930_IB.QXD 10/10/00 1:12 PM Page 1 Wireless Modem Jack Model RC 930 rev. 3.0 TABLE OF CONTENTS Safety Precautions ...2 Getting Started ...4 System Installation ...4 Connecting your Computer.5 Security Programming...6 Trouble-Shooting ...7 Things You Should Know...8 Warranty ...8 Thomson Consumer Electronics...
RC930_IB.QXD 10/10/00 1:12 PM Important Safety Precautions This symbol is intended to alert you to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the system’s enclosure that might be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock. Do not open the system’s case. This symbol is intended to inform you that important operating and maintenance instructions are included in the literature accompanying the system.
RC930_IB.QXD 10/10/00 1:12 PM Safety Precautions Continued FCC Part 68 & Class B Notices Your Wireless Modem System complies with Part 68 of FCC Rules. You must, upon request, provide the FCC registration number and the REN to your telephone company. These numbers are shown on the label on the base unit.
RC930_IB.QXD 10/10/00 1:12 PM Getting Started Unpacking Carefully remove units from packaging. If there is any visible damage, DO NOT attempt to operate the equipment. Notify your dealer or shipping carrier immediately. Keep this guide for future use. System Contents •...
RC930_IB.QXD 10/10/00 1:12.PM 2. The phone previously used at that location should now be plugged into the extra jack on the side of the base unit. 3. Now plug the base unit into an electrical outlet. Wall Outlet Phone Jack Telephone Cord Extension Unit 4.
1. Plug Extension Unit into an electrical outlet near your computer CPU. Do not plug into power strip or surge protector. 2. Unplug telephone from the extension unit if used to test for dial-tone. 3. Plug telephone line cord from the computer modem jack into the jack on the side of the Wireless Modem Jack Extension Unit.
RC930_IB.QXD 10/10/00 1:12 PM 3. Once all extensions have been coded, you will need to verify the dialtone at each location. Your situation (system location, characteristics of the home) can, in some instances, affect performance and occasional interference may be experienced. Some static, buzzing or humming at certain locations within the operating area is possible.
RC930_IB.QXD 10/10/00 1:12 PM Page 8 Things You Should Know The following list of situations is provided to inform you of things that you may encounter when using the system. It is intended to help you get the best performance possible. Power Outages Only the telephone plugged into the base unit operates.