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Installation Instructions

Installation consists of three steps, Unpacking the Equipment, Scoreboard mounting, and Electrical Connections. Be sure to read and understand all of the instructions before installing the equipment. Consult the "installer's troubleshooting guide" following this section for verifications each step has been installed and is working correctly.

1. Unpacking the Equipment

Inspect the shipping container for damage. If any damage can be seen, contact the carrier immediately. Carefully remove all equipment from its packing carton. Do not pry against the scoreboard in any way.

2. Scoreboard Mounting

Note: For scoreboards that are shipped in more than one section, doors on the back of the scoreboard provide access to cables that must be connected and routed between sections during installation. Refer to installation prints for mounting method, mounting centers, power service location, and cable routings. A wide flanged steel support system recommended by Nevco on the installation print, can tolerate a nominal 90-mph wind loading. This may not be adequate for some locales. Nevco strongly encourages you to check local codes before beginning the installation. You may wish to contact a local engineer, architect, or sign installer for assistance. Your Nevco Sales Representative may be able to assist you in finding professional installers who are familiar with this type of equipment.

Front edge

S Bracket Before mounting the supplied S brackets to the beams, measure the slot locations on the scoreboard. Manufacturing tolerances, temperatures and other variables may affect the actual slot location. Mount an S bracket to each beam where the bottom edge of the scoreboard will rest with two 5/8" bolts. After the bottom S brackets are secured, position the scoreboard by aligning the holes in the front edge of the S brackets with the 1-1/2-in. x 11/16-in. slots on the face of the scoreboard. Install the top S brackets securely against the top of the scoreboard, aligning the S bracket holes with the scoreboard slots. When all S brackets are in place, insert a 5/8-in. bolt through the front of the S brackets, scoreboard, and wide flange beam. Secure the bolt with a flat washer and locking nut. Note: A self-locking nut must be used to prevent loosening. Do not over-tighten this bolt. Always use good mechanical practices when mounting the scoreboard: The distance between the mounting posts must be maintained within a tolerance of ±0.5 in. so that the mounting devices can be properly secured. Use only plated fastening devices to prevent rust or corrosion.

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Assembling Sectional Scoreboard For scoreboards with multiple bottom sections, slide the pieces together aligning the pre-drilled holes. Fasten sections with the sheet metal screws provided. Note: The screws are shipped in the accessory package with the S brackets. Position the top section(s) in place above the bottom section(s). Fasten sections with the sheet metal screws provided. Locate and remove the access doors on the back of the scoreboard. Make sure all cables are connected as necessary at cabinet joints. Check all electronic devices for loose connectors. See Installation Print for detail. J-TYPE MOUNTING BRACKET Use the included J-type mounting brackets to secure the scoreboard to the posts at the section joints. Note: These mounting brackets should be used on the section joints, even if you do not use the posts that Nevco specifies.

Rain Tight Enclosure Box For scoreboards that will be operated wirelessly, a rain tight enclosure box must be mounted on one of the posts holding the scoreboard. This rain tight box houses the wireless receiver and must be mounted on the same side of the post as the scoreboard (facing the operator's control) and must have power supplied to it (See drawing).

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3. Electrical Connections

Refer to installation prints for illustration of electrical connections.

Power Service

This sign is intended to be installed in accordance with the requirements of Article 600 of the National Electrical Code and/or other applicable local codes. This includes proper grounding and bonding of the sign. Model # 1500 1503 1506 1508 1510 1515 1520 1525 1530 1535 1550 3500 3502 3504 3514 3515 3516 3520 3525 3534 3550 3555 5525 7504 7505 7516 7520 7524 7525 7530 9505 9550 9560 DGT5 PSD

Consult table 1 for power requirements for your scoreboard model. Provide for a 30% safety factor to guard against tripping of the circuit breaker under low line conditions. Be sure to include any lighted signs, and message centers when sizing the supply wiring necessary to support the circuit load. A disconnect switch should be lockable or within sight of the sign per NEC article 600. Two holes in the back of the scoreboard provide an entrance point for the power and the coax signal cable. These holes are plugged at the factory and you may make your own entry points if desired; take care not to drill into or damage any of the internal components of the scoreboard. A removable panel on the front of the scoreboard opposite the holes in the back allows access to an Electrical Enclosure box. Remove the front of the Electrical Enclosure box to gain access to the power splice box where the scoreboard power connections are made. The coax signal cable terminates on a BNC connector on the bottom of the Electrical Enclosure box. The rain tight enclosure box, mounted on one of the scoreboard posts, houses the receiver in a wireless scoreboard system and will need power to it. See drawings for more details. Electronic Team Names, if present, require separate power to be run to them. In the case of multi-section scoreboards, power must be run to Home and Guest. Power entrance labels on the back of the scoreboard identify the default locations.

Current @ 120V 0.7 A 5.1 A 3.1 A 2.0 A 0.7 A 1.3 A 0.9 A 1.0 A 2.2 A 1.2 A 0.4 A 2.5 A 1.3 A 3.3 A 2.8 A 2.8 A 4.7 A 3.3 A 2.7 A 3.0 A 0.8 A 1.8 A 2.8 A 3.4 A 4.3 A 5.0 A 3.4 A 3.0 A 4.0 A 3.3 A 0.4 A 2.9 A 1.6 A 0.6 A 0.6 A

Current With ETN With ETN @ 240V @ 120V @ 240V 0.4 A 1.2 A 0.6 A 2.6 A 5.8 A 2.9 A 1.6 A 3.8 A 1.9 A 1.0 A 2.5 A 1.3 A 0.4 A N/A N/A 0.6 A 1.8 A 0.9 A 0.4 A N/A N/A 0.5 A N/A N/A 1.1 A 2.9 A 1.5 A 0.6 A 1.7 A 0.9 A 0.2 A N/A N/A 1.2 A 3.2 A 1.6 A 0.7 A 1.8 A 0.9 A 1.6 A 4.0 A 2.0 A 1.4 A 3.5 A 1.8 A 1.4 A 3.5 A 1.8 A 2.3 A 6.1 A 3.1 A 1.6 A 4.0 A 2.0 A 1.4 A 3.4 A 1.7 A 1.5 A 3.7 A 1.9 A 0.4 A N/A N/A 0.9 A 2.3 A 1.2 A 1.4 A N/A N/A 1.7 A 4.1 A 2.1 A 2.2 A 5.0 A 2.5 A 2.5 A 6.4 A 3.2 A 1.7 A 4.1 A 2.1 A 1.5 A 3.7 A 1.9 A 2.0 A 4.7 A 2.4 A 1.6 A 4.0 A 2.0 A 0.2 A N/A N/A 1.5 A N/A N/A 0.8 A N/A N/A 0.3 A N/A N/A 0.3 A N/A N/A

Table 1

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2-Wire Coax Cable (RG58/U)

All 2-WIRE cable ordered from Nevco is direct burial type. It has a minimum dielectric strength of 300V, and conforms to UL standard 1365. If the wiring is buried above the freeze line, bury the cable with sand to provide drainage and prevent damage from shifting soil.

Installing Cable Connectors The 2-WIRE cable that comes with your scoreboard does not have connectors attached.

1 4" 9 16"

Insulating boot 1 32"

To install connectors on each end of the cable: Slide the insulating boot onto the cable and trim the cable as shown. Twist the outer braid in a clockwise direction so that at least 1/32 in. of the inner dielectric is bared and the braid is left flat. Be sure no strands of the outer braid are touching the center conductor. Insert the center conductor into the back of the connector, feeding it into the guide hole. Push the cable as far as possible into the connector. Screw the connector onto the cable in a clockwise direction until the connector stops turning. Slip the insulating boot over the back of the connector.

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WIRED INSTALLER'S TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

The figure to the right labels the connections made by the installer from A ­ H. The chart below lists the problem that can be identified should each connection be faulty. Check the control and service manual for more detailed information. 1

OLM-4

1 2 3

Branch Circuit

3 A

Power Supply

4 C

2 3

Master Digit 14 F 2 G 6 H Solution

Slave Digit

Control

2 (coax) B

Coax/Fiber Converter

1 Fiber D Optic

6 E

Horn or other accessory

To Next Digit

Situation

Symptom

Connection

Check branch circuit breaker, connections, and disconnect switch external to scoreboard The fans on the ALL power supplies are not running A Check connections in disconnect box (power hookup) Check Power Switch on disconnect box inside scoreboard Replace Power supply B The Scoreboard has no digits illuminated Unplug fiber optic from OLM-4 (blue connector); a red light is not seen inside the end D Check Coax connections. Plug control directly into coax/fiber converter to eliminate buried coax cable. If that works, the cable run or terminations are bad. Try the 301 Model code, see control users manual on testing. Replace coax/fiber converter. Ensure fiber optic link is not kinked and is seated well into plug If only 1 power supply, cable must be plugged into port 3 to power OLM-4 OLM-4 display not illuminated C Check connections on cable Replace OLM-4 OLM-4 left decimal place is OFF All of the above is not the case Some digits not illuminated, or non-working accessory Only one digit Horn, colon, decimal, possession indicator, etc. More than one Digit, starts at one point in cabling E F G H Press Mode (leftmost) OLM button Check 6-pin connection to 1st digit. Reprogram and/or Replace 1st digit driver card. See service manual Check 14-pin connection on Driver card and 2-pin on segments Check 2-pin connection on Driver card and on accessory Check 6-pin connection from working driver card to next digit driver card

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Wireless Troubleshooting Guide

The figure to the right labels the connections made by the installer (A ­ E) and other internal connections (F ­ K) useful to troubleshooting. The chart below lists the problem that can be identified should each connection be faulty. Check the control and service manual for more detailed information.

Branch Circuit C o n t r o l 3 A

Power Adapter

1

OLM-4

1 2 3

3 C 2 B Receiver

Power Supply

4 F

2 3

Master Digit 14 H 2 I 6 J Solution

Slave Digit

0

900Mhz

2 (coax) E

Coax/Fiber Converter

1 Fiber K Optic

6 G

Horn or other accessory To Next Digit

D Connection

Situation

Symptom

Check branch circuit breaker, connections, and disconnect switch external to scoreboard Check connections in disconnect box (power hookup) The fans on the ALL power supplies are not running C Check Power Switch on disconnect box inside scoreboard Replace Power supply A Receiver has No LEDs illuminated during first 5 seconds after power up Check branch circuit breaker, connections, duplex receptacle, and disconnect switch external to scoreboard If the duplex receptacle has power, but the adapter LED is OFF, replace adapter B Ensure DC plug is fully seated in receiver DC jack and making good connection Replace Receiver The Scoreboard has no digits illuminated Receiver LED Not ON solid D OLM-4 left decimal place is ON solid or Unplug fiber optic from OLM-4 (blue connector); a red light is not seen inside the end E Follow control troubleshooting procedures, wrong wireless group, etc. Receiver should be in clear line of sight from control. Check Coax connections. Plug control directly into coax/fiber converter to eliminate buried coax cable. If that works, the cable run or terminations are bad. Try the 301 Model code, see control users manual on testing. Replace coax/fiber converter. K Ensure fiber optic link is not kinked and is seated well into plug If only 1 power supply, cable must be plugged into port 3 to power OLM-4 OLM-4 display not illuminated F Check connections on cable Replace OLM-4 OLM-4 left decimal place is OFF All of the above is not the case Some digits not illuminated, or non-working accessory Only one digit Horn, colon, decimal, possession indicator, etc. More than one Digit, starts at one point in cabling G H I J Press Mode (leftmost) OLM button Check 6-pin connection to 1st digit. Reprogram and/or Replace 1st digit driver card. See service manual Check 14-pin connection on Driver card and 2-pin on segments Check 2-pin connection on Driver card and on accessory Check 6-pin connection from working driver card to next digit driver card

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NEVCO GUARANTEE

Nevco scoreboards, marquees and message centers are guaranteed for a period of (5) years* from the date of invoice against defects in workmanship or material and will be replaced or repaired without cost to the owner provided the equipment or parts (which includes LED segments) are returned postage-paid to the Nevco factory. Shipping back to the owner will be surface postage prepaid except if air or special method of return is specified, then shipping will be freight collect. Incandescent lamp bulbs are excluded from this guarantee. Nevco will pay no charges for time or materials used by others in making repairs or corrections. Guarantee shall be void if: any alteration or service, other than unplugging modules or controls, is performed without Nevco factory authorization; or if the equipment has been connected to incorrect power, or is improperly grounded or improperly installed. Equipment which is subjected to accident, neglect, abuse, misuse or other natural disasters, including but not limited to: fire, wind, lightning, flood is not covered by this guarantee.

*Wireless components, Solar kit and the UltraScore portable scoreboard carry a two year guarantee.

-- IN USA -- NEVCO, Inc. 301 East Harris Avenue Greenville, IL 62246-2151 USA Telephone: 618-664-0360 Fax: 618-664-0398 TOLL-FREE 800-851-4040

From all 50 states and Puerto Rico

-- IN CANADA -- NEVCO, ULC 107 Forestview Rd., P.O. Box 2629 Orillia, ON L3V 7C1 Canada Toll Free: 800-461-8550 Fax: 705-325-8891 Website: www.nevco.com Email: [email protected]

NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense. This class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference- Causing Equipment Regulations. Cet appareil numerique de la classe A repecte toutes les exigences du Reglement sure le materiel brouller du Canada.

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Service Request

Scoreboard Serial # ________________________________________________________________________ Service: Module(s) Serial # __________________________________________________________________ Service: Control(s) Serial # __________________________________________________________________ Comments: ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________

Parts Request

Quantity 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Part No. Description ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________ ________ ______________________ ________ ______________________ ________ ______________________ ________ ______________________ ________ ______________________

Contact, Shipping, and Billing Information

Person to Contact: E-Mail: Ship To: ________________________________________ Phone # _______________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ Street City __________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________ State _______ Zip Code ________________ ________________________________________________________________________ Purchase Order # ______________________

Ship Via Bill To:

________________________________________ P.O. Box # Street City

______________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________ State ______ Zip Code _______________

We will contact you with the amount of your purchase before charging your account.

Charge To: ______________________________________

Name exactly as it appears on credit card

_____________________________________

Signature

Credit Card:

American Express

Credit Card Account Number

MasterCard

VISA Expiration Date: _____/_____

Month Year

_________-_________-_________-_________

Make a copy of this form to order parts needed and/or to return with item to be serviced.

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NEVCO GUARANTEE

Nevco scoreboards, marquees and message centers are guaranteed for a period of (5) years* from the date of invoice against defects in workmanship or material and will be replaced or repaired without cost to the owner provided the equipment or parts (which includes LED segments) are returned postage-paid to the Nevco factory. Shipping back to the owner will be surface postage prepaid except if air or special method of return is specified, then shipping will be freight collect. Incandescent lamp bulbs are excluded from this guarantee. Nevco will pay no charges for time or materials used by others in making repairs or corrections. Guarantee shall be void if: any alteration or service, other than unplugging modules or controls, is performed without Nevco factory authorization; or if the equipment has been connected to incorrect power, or is improperly grounded or improperly installed. Equipment which is subjected to accident, neglect, abuse, misuse or other natural disasters, including but not limited to: fire, wind, lightning, flood is not covered by this guarantee.

*Wireless components, Solar kit and the UltraScore portable scoreboard carry a two year guarantee.

-- IN USA -- NEVCO, Inc. 301 East Harris Avenue Greenville, IL 62246-2151 USA Telephone: 618-664-0360 Fax: 618-664-0398 TOLL-FREE 800-851-4040

From all 50 states and Puerto Rico

-- IN CANADA -- NEVCO, ULC 107 Forestview Rd., P.O. Box 2629 Orillia, ON L3V 7C1 Canada Toll Free: 800-461-8550 Fax: 705-325-8891 Website: www.nevco.com Email: [email protected]

NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense. This class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference- Causing Equipment Regulations. Cet appareil numerique de la classe A repecte toutes les exigences du Reglement sure le materiel brouller du Canada.

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Nevco Pitch Speed Interface

Includes: PSD Transmitter and MPCX Receiver · Power requirements: 9 VDC Power Adapter each (included) · Size: Approximately 5" x 3" x 2" each · Approximate weight: 1 oz. each

Since 1934

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Thank You

Congratulations on purchasing The Nevco Pitch Speed Interface. Since 1934 we have been serving sports venues around the world. We appreciate your business and are always glad to hear comments and suggestions from our customers ... don't hesitate to call or email us at any time! The Nevco Pitch Speed Interface provides a wireless connection between a StalkerTM Sport RS232 radar gun and a NEVCO PSD (Pitch Speed Display). It consists of a transmitter that can be mounted on one of the legs of the tripod that holds the radar gun, and a receiver that mounts near the display. The transmitter and receiver are linked together at the NEVCO factory so they will communicate exclusively with each other.

Figures 1 and 2 below show the parts and connections for the Nevco Pitch Speed Interface (Transmitter and Receiver). Note: (Transmitter pictured).

Serial Number

Power Connection (9 VDC)

BNC Connector (Receiver Output)

LED Status Indicator

RS232 Serial Port (Transmitter Input)

Figure 1 -- Pitched Speed Interface (Transmitter / Receiver)

Power Plug Transformer

Figure 2 -- Power Supply (9VDC) (typical)

The Radar Gun is designed for mounting on a tripod. It is powered by rechargeable batteries located in the handle. A short RS232 Serial cable connects the Radar Gun to the Pitch Speed Interface Transmitter. The Transmitter is powered by a 9 VDC Adapter. The transmitter sends the speed data to its linked receiver located near the display. The transmitter and receiver have been linked to each other at the NEVCO factory and will communicate exclusively with each other.

Note: For more information please consult the STALKER

SPORT Owner's Manual

The Pitch Speed Interface Transmitter can be mounted on one of the legs of the tripod that holds the Radar Gun. A mounting bracket is included for this purpose. The following illustration details the mounting method.

Screw (Clamp)

Pitch Speed Transmitter

Clamp

Screw (Transmitter)

Transmitter Mounting Bracket Note: Position high on leg to allow tripod to be folded.

Clamp

Tripod Leg

Transmitter

Mounting Detail

Pitch Speed Interface with One Display

StalkerTM Radar Gun

tripod

PSD Transmitter

NEVCO PSD

RS 232 Up to 1000 Ft.

coax

MPCX Receiver

Please see included drawing for receiver installation

Diagram 1

Diagram 1 shows a PSD to display the Velocity of a Pitched Ball as determined by a StalkerTM Radar Gun.

Pitch Speed Interface with Two Displays

NEVCO PSD

Please see included drawing for receiver installation

NEVCO PSD

coax

MPCX Receiver

StalkerTM Radar Gun

Up to 1000 Ft. tripod RS 232

PSD Transmitter

coax

MPCX Receiver

Up to 1000 Ft.

Diagram 2

Diagram 2 shows two PSD displays being used to display the Velocity of a Pitched Ball as determined by a StalkerTM Radar Gun.

Note: For more information please consult the STALKER

SPORT Owner's Manual.

Starting The System

Always power ON the receiver first. Next: power ON the PSD transmitter. Once Communications Commence, the display will show "CC". Finally: power ON the Radar Gun. When the Receiver detects information from the Radar Gun, the display will blank, confirming that the system is ready.

Suggested Settings for Radar Gun

The Setup Menu: b25 (baseball with speeds of 25 to 110 MPH. The Range Sensitivity: HI Note: For more information please consult the STALKER

SPORT Owner's Manual.

Modes of operation

To display the speed automatically: Use the x-mit / hold button to toggle the gun's radar transmitter ON. The gun continuously operates automatically without the need to press the trigger. When an objects speed is determined, the PSD display will show the reported speed for about 5 seconds, then returns to blank to wait for the next pitch. To display the speed manually: Make sure the x-mit / hold function is set to "hold" (the gun's radar transmitter is OFF). Squeeze and hold the trigger to turn ON the radar gun's transmitter (enables the radar gun to capture an objects speed). When the trigger is released, transmitting stops and any displayed speed is left on the screen. The PSD display will show the speed for about 20 seconds, then returns to blank to wait for the next capture. Note: For more information please consult the STALKER

SPORT Owner's Manual.

TROUBLESHOOTING CHART

Problem Cause

Check LED status indicator on receiver (Solid = power ON) No power on receiver

Solution

Restore power to receiver. Remove power from PSD transmitter and wait at least 10 seconds, then restore power to transmitter and try again. Wait at least 10 seconds, then restore power to transmitter and try again. Make sure the PSD transmitter is in clear line of sight of its receiver.

Receiver not working

(Flashing = Signal I/O)

No power on transmitter Signal Weak

PSD display will not light No power to PSD display

PSD Transmitter in a poor location

Check all switches, breakers, and fuses. Check all cables and connections. Restore power to receiver.

Bad connection between Receiver and PSD display module

Power interruption to PSD receiver

Remove power from PSD transmitter and wait at least 10 seconds, then restore power and try again. Remove power from PSD transmitter and wait at least 10 seconds, then restore power and try again. Check the db9 connector. Squeeze trigger. Recharge battery.

Power interruption to PSD transmitter PSD is displaying "CC" No display on Speed Gun Speed Gun not operating Display timed out Dead battery

If the problem persists please contact the Nevco Service Department. 800-851-4040

Features

PSD Interface: o Convenient wireless operation o Internal antenna o Built in diagnostics o Operate up to 4 displays o Compatible with Stalker gun

TM

Specifications

Size: PSD Transmitter or MPCX Receiver Approximately 5" x 3" x 2" Weight: PSD Transmitter or MPCX Receiver 1 oz. Power requirements: PSD Transmitter or MPCX Receiver 9 VDC Power adapter Operating distance: 1000 feet (Clear line of sight) Receiver Output: One BNC connector (2 loads with up to 1000 ft. coax each) Operating temperature: 0°F to 150°F Certifications: FCC part 15 Class B CE RoHS

Sport RS-232 radar

NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: --Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. --Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. --Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. --Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV technician for help. The user is cautioned that changes and modifications made to the equipment without the approval of Nevco could void the user's authority to operate this equipment. This class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference- Causing Equipment Regulations. Cet appareil numerique de la classe B repecte toutes les exigences du Reglement sure le materiel brouller du Canada.

WARNING: To satisfy FCC RF exposure requirements for mobile transmitting devices, a separation distance of 20 cm or more should be maintained between the antenna of this device and persons during device operation. To ensure compliance, operations at closer than this distance is not recommended. The antenna used for this transmitter must not be co-located in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

NEVCO GUARANTEE

Nevco scoreboards, marquees and message centers are guaranteed for a period of (5) years * from the date of invoice against defects in workmanship or material and will be replaced or repaired without cost to the owner provided the equipment or parts (which includes LED segments) are returned postage-paid to the Nevco factory. Shipping back to the owner will be surface postage prepaid except if air or special method of return is specified, then shipping will be freight collect. Incandescent lamp bulbs are excluded from this guarantee. Nevco will pay no charges for time or materials used by others in making repairs or corrections. Guarantee shall be void if: any alteration or service, other than unplugging modules or controls, is performed without Nevco factory authorization; or if the equipment has been connected to incorrect power, or is improperly grounded or improperly installed. Equipment which is subjected to accident, neglect, abuse, misuse or other natural disasters, including but not limited to: fire, wind, lightning, flood is not covered by this guarantee.

*Wireless components and the UltraScore portable scoreboard carry a two year guarantee.

-- IN USA -- NEVCO, Inc. 301 East Harris Avenue Greenville, IL 62246-2151 USA

Telephone: 618-664-0360 Fax: 618-664-0398 TOLL-FREE 800-851-4040

(From all 50 states and Puerto Rico)

-- IN CANADA -- NEVCO, ULC 107 Forestview Rd., P.O. Box 2629 Orillia, ON L3V 7C1 Canada

Toll Free: 800-461-8550 Fax: 705-325-8891

Website: www.nevco.com Email: [email protected]

Since 1934

NOTES:

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