Declaration Of Conformity; Safety Information - NEC 5508N User Instructions

55 inch led screen with built-in embedded pc
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Declaration of Conformity

This equipment has been supplied in accordance with the CE rules for compliance with BS-EN
500081-1:1992, 500081-2:1992, and 500082-1:1992 and Amendment 93/68/ECC LVD, RoHS
material supply and WEEE Disposal Directives.
A Declaration of Conformity can be obtained from Torch, Please email:
In order to comply with our duties under these CE rules it is Torch policy to use components that
have been proven as part of a test in an authorised test house, or components that are generically
Please note that this compliance will be invalidated if the equipment is modified in any way.

Safety Information

When adding or removing devices to or from the system, ensure power cables are unplugged.
Before adding or removing signal cables, adapters, etc. from the system disconnect all power
Make sure the power supply is set to the correct voltage for your area.
If foreign bodies or fluids enter the screen, immediately pull out the mains plug from the socket.
Ask a qualified person to check the equipment before operating it again. There is a risk of
electric shock if this check is not performed properly.
Never open the casing. Opening the case carries the risk of electric shock. Disconnect the power
from the equipment before opening these entry points.
Always ask NEC qualified personnel to carry out maintenance jobs. Otherwise you are putting
yourself as well as others at risk.
If the power supply is broken, do not try to fix it yourself, contact a NEC qualified service
There are no user serviceable parts inside.
For Technical or Support and Advice please contact your supplier with a model and serial
number, which can be found on the rear of the user instruction manual, or on the back of the
screen. (See page 13)
It is recommended that this equipment be switched off and unplugged if not in use.
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