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RTR / RTDPX

RTR, RTDPX16, RTDPX16m, RTDPX9, RTDPX9m, RTDPX4

Remote Transmitter Receiver

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INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................................................................3 IMPORTANT INFORMATION .................................................................................................................................................3 CHAPTER 1 - INSTALLATION ...............................................................................................................................................4 Overview ............................................................................................................................................................................ 4 Package Contents...............................................................................................................................................................4 Front Panel of the RTR .......................................................................................................................................................5 RTR Connections ................................................................................................................................................................5 RTR Rear Panel ..................................................................................................................................................................5 BASIC SETUP 1 ­ RTR REMOTE MONITORING STATION .................................................................................................6 Items Needed to Install the RTR .........................................................................................................................................6 Site Preparation ..................................................................................................................................................................7 Choosing an Appropriate Location for the RTR ...........................................................................................................7 Connecting a TV or Video Monitor to the RTR.............................................................................................................7 Connecting a Telephone to the RTR ............................................................................................................................7 Optional Connections...................................................................................................................................................8 Connecting CCTV Cameras to the RTR ......................................................................................................................8 Connecting Audio Inputs to the RTR and the RTDPX..................................................................................................9 Connecting Microphones to the RTR ...........................................................................................................................9 Setting up the RTDPX in the Remote Location .................................................................................................................10 BASIC SETUP 2 ­ RTDPX TO RTDPX ...............................................................................................................................11 Items Needed to Install the RTDPX...................................................................................................................................11 BASIC SETUP 3 - USING THE RTIM TO CONNECT TO A DPX MULTIPLEXER ..............................................................12 Items Needed to Install the RTR, DPX and the RTIM .......................................................................................................12 CHAPTER 2 - OPERATION..................................................................................................................................................14 Getting Started ..................................................................................................................................................................14 Calling an RTDPX ......................................................................................................................................................14 Telephone Keypad and On-Screen Menus ................................................................................................................15 The Menu Screens .............................................................................................................................................15 The Mux Control 1 Screen..................................................................................................................................16 The Mux Control 2 Screen..................................................................................................................................16 Function Mode and Advanced Hot Keys.............................................................................................................17 TROUBLESHOOTING..........................................................................................................................................................18 RTR EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS ..................................................................................................................................19 TELEPHONE REGULATORY NOTICE ................................................................................................................................20 WARRANTY INFORMATION................................................................................................................................................21 YEAR 2000 CONFORMANCE .............................................................................................................................................21 LIMITATION OF WARRANTY...............................................................................................................................................21 FCC Statement ....................................................................................................................................................................21

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INTRODUCTION

Thank you for purchasing Advanced Technology Video's Remote Transmitter Receiver, the RTR/RTDPX. This instruction manual describes the powerful features of this product for basic and advanced operation. It also covers the installation steps that will allow quick and easy integration into your security system.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Before proceeding, please read and observe all instructions and warnings contained in this manual. Retain this manual with the original bill of sale for future reference and, if necessary, warranty service. Complete the following product purchase information. The factory requests this information when contacted for technical support. Purchase Date: Serial Number:

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CHAPTER 1 - INSTALLATION

Overview

The RTR (Remote Transmitter Receiver) and RTDPX are important components in a complete video surveillance system. The RTR can be set up as a monitoring station which can call up an RTDPX over standard phone lines and receive back video images from the remote location where the RTDPX is installed. This manual will guide you through the installation, operation and configuration of three different setups using the RTR and RTDPX. If you are already familiar with the basic features of the RTR and RTDPX, you can proceed to the setup that you will need. 1. Basic Setup 1: RTR Monitoring Station (page 6) 2. Basic Setup 2: RTDPX (Remote Transmission DPX Multiplexer) to RTDPX (page 11) 3. Basic Setup 3: RTR with RTIM (Remote Transmission Interface Module) to a standard DPX Multiplexer. (page 12)

RTR Remote Transmitter Package Contents

The RTR Transmitter

Power supply

BNC male to RCA female adapter

RCA audio/video cable

2 Ferrite beads

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Front Panel of the RTR

RTR

VIDEO POWER

Your RTR has 2 LED lights on the front of the unit, video and power.

VIDEO

ACCESSORY ADAPTER

AUDIO

LINE

PHONE IN OUT IN OUT 12 VDC 1.5 AMP

Rear Panel

RTR Connections RTR Rear Panel

Line Phone Video In Video Out Accessory Adapter Audio In Audio Out Connection for the telephone cord from the wall jack. Connection for the telephone cord coming from a touch-tone phone. This input accepts composite video from any standard CCTV camera. This connector carries the video signal to TVs or VCRs with auxiliary video inputs. This connector carries the second audio and video inputs. This connector carries audio/video signal to an optional RF modulator (accessory part). This input accepts line-level audio. This connector carries the audio signal to the auxiliary audio input of a VCR or TV.

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BASIC SETUP 1 ­ RTR REMOTE MONITORING STATION

The RTR monitoring station is the site where the RTR is set up with a TV or video monitor, telephone line, telephone and cables. From this station the RTR will call up the RTDPX multiplexer to view video output from the multiplexer.

Items Needed to Install the RTR

TV or Video Monitor Telephone The RTR works with any TV or video monitor that accepts composite video inputs. The RTR works with any touch-tone single-line telephone (including cordless models). The RTR can be configured using a touch-tone phone at either the remote location or monitoring station. Both the telephone and wall jacks must use standard, modular telephone connections (RJ-11). Two modular telephone cords will be required, one to connect the RTR to the phone line and one to connect the telephone handset to the RTR. Composite Video cables are supplied to connect a TV to the RTR.

Modular Telephone Cords Composite Video Cable

Important Note: The RTR has female RCA connectors, not BNC connectors. If you have a BNC video monitor, you may connect it to the RTR by using a BNC to RCA adapter. (Part Number: RCA-BNC-ADP) Audio Cables Ferrite Beads An audio cable is supplied with the RTR for connecting to TV speakers. The RTR is supplied with two snap-on ferrite beads for EMI suppression.

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Site Preparation

You should order a standard, dedicated telephone line for the remote location RTR in advance of the installation or obtain a phone/fax switch in order to have the RTR use a fax line. A dedicated line is preferred to prevent conflict with normal business calls into the store or business. Make sure the line terminates near the location in which you plan to install the RTR.

Choosing an Appropriate Location for the RTR

The monitoring station RTR can be located anywhere there is access to a monitor, power outlet, telephone and a telephone line.

Connecting a TV or Video Monitor to the RTR

The RTR must be connected to a TV or video monitor for normal operation, as shown below:

RTR Basic Setup 1

Telephone Telephone Jack Power Supply

Power Outlet

FERRITE BEAD

RTR

LINE PHONE

VIDEO ACCESSORY ADAPTER AUDIO

FERRITE BEAD

12 VDC 1.5 AMP

IN OUT

IN OUT

RCA audio/video cable

Video in

Audio in

Connecting a Telephone to the RTR The RTR must be connected to a single-line telephone for normal operation. You can use any touch-tone phone, including cordless models. For this step, you'll need two modular phone cords. To connect the RTR to a single-line telephone, see the figure above and follow these steps: 1. Connect a modular phone cord from the wall jack to the RJ-11 connector labeled line on the back of RTR.

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Important Note: Do not connect the telephone cord (from the wall jack) to the RTR "phone" port. Doing so may permanently damage the RTR. Instead, make sure to connect the telephone cord (from the wall jack) to the "line" port. 2. Connect a modular phone cord from the touch-tone phone to the RJ-11 connector labeled phone on the back of the RTR. 3. Install one snap-on ferrite bead between the phone line and telephone jack close to the RJ-11 connector at the back of the RTR. Optional Connections The audio connections on the RTR offer 2-way communication through the telephone handset or through a separate microphone and speakers. Additional cameras, microphones and speakers can be connected to the RTR depending on the application.

Connecting CCTV Cameras to the RTR

To connect cameras to the RTR see the figure below and follow these steps: 1. Mount the CCTV cameras in appropriate locations. 2. Connect camera 1 to the video in connector on the back of the RTR unit. 3. Connect the second camera to the accessory port on the back of the RTR unit. The accessory port uses a 9-pin mini-din connector. An accessory cable is available from ATV for attaching to this port. (Part Number: RCA-BNC Y) Important Note: In the "settings-inputs" menu selecting camera "2" will not select a camera. You need to select camera "3" to access the accessory camera port for the second camera.

Connecting CCTV Cameras to the RTR

RTR

Video in Accessory

RCA/BNC adapter (not supplied)

RCA/BNC Y adapter accessory cable

Camera 1

Camera 3

Important Note: If you have only one camera attached to the remote location RTR, be sure to connect it to the video in connector on the back of the RTR.

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Connecting Audio Inputs to the RTR and the RTDPX

General principals: In order to transmit audio and video simultaneously, both data types must be heavily compressed. The RTR/RTDPX is designed specifically to compress the human voice. Consequently, it is critical in surveillance applications that the audio input excludes background noise, music, and machinery noise to the highest degree possible. Selecting microphones: The microphones used with the RTR and RTDPX must be highly directional and pre-amplified. The following equipment is recommended: q q q q Verifact Microphone, Model K (directional microphone) AOP-X Audio Over Phone Transmitter AD-2 24 Vdc Power Supply Appropriate cables

Connecting Microphones to the RTR

When operating the RTR, selecting a video input also selects the corresponding audio source. When the accessory (input 3) port is selected, that audio input is selected. When the back video (input 1) port is selected, the back audio source is selected. To connect an audio source to the RTR, see the figure below and follow these steps: 1. Mount the microphone(s) in an appropriate location and connect it to the mixer or preamplifier. 2. Connect the line-level output of the mixer or preamplifier to the connector marked audio in on the rear of the RTR. Alternatively, connect the line-level output of the mixer or preamplifier to the accessory port on the rear of the RTR using an accessory cable.

Connecting the RTR to Audio Sources

VIDEO ACCESSORYADAPTER

AUDIO

Microphone

LINE PHONE

IN OUT IN OUT 12 VDC 1.5 AMP

RCA/BNC audio/video cable

RCA audio cable

Microphone Preamplifier

Important Note: The RTR and RTDPX can take audio from either the telephone handset or the audio input jacks. It is set at the factory to take audio from the handset only. To use line-level microphones as inputs, you must change this setting.

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Finishing Up The following steps will finish up the setup process. 1. Plug the RTR power adapter into a wall outlet. Plug the power adapter cable into the power connector on the RTR. 2. Install the second snap-on ferrite bead on the power cable close to the back of the RTR. 3. To check that the single-line telephone has been properly installed, pick up the handset and check for normal dial tone from the receiver. Important Note: The single-line telephone connected to the RTR will continue to work as a normal phone when the RTR is off. 4. Turn on output devices such as a video monitor.

Setting up the RTDPX in the Remote Location

After you have finished setting up the RTR, your RTDPX must be set up in the remote location. Follow these steps to insure remote viewing of your RTDPX from your RTR. 1) Set up RTDPX with cameras, VCR(s) and monitor(s) as shown in Basic Setup 2 on page 11. 2) Install an RJ-11 cable between line and wall jack. 3) (optional) Install telephone, microphone or speakers.

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BASIC SETUP 2 ­ RTDPX TO RTDPX

This section describes how to use an RTDPX in place of an RTR to monitor BOTH on site cameras as well as remote locations.

BASIC SETUP 2

Telephone

CAMERAS / LOOPING

CALL

VCR OUT

AUDIO OUT

ALARMS 10-16 PHONE LINE

AUDIO IN

1

2

3

4

5

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16

MAIN MONITOR

VCR IN

S-VIDEO MONITOR

ALARMS 1-9

12 - VAC 2.0 AMP

Telephone Jack

Camera Camera Camera Camera Camera Camera Camera Camera Camera Camera Camera Camera Camera Camera Camera Camera

Power Supply RCA audio/video cable

Power Outlet

Up to 16 Cameras

Video Audio in in

Monitor

The RTDPX monitoring station is the site where the RTDPX is set up with a monitor, telephone line and cables. From this station the RTDPX will call up another RTDPX multiplexer in a remote location.

IItems Needed to Install the RTDPX

(See the section on "Items Needed to Install the RTR" on page 6).

Setup

1. Connect phone and phone line. 2. Connect a monitor to the call monitor output. Call monitor output is used to display the remote video transmissions. 3. Connect microphone or speakers. (optional)

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BASIC SETUP 3 - USING THE RTIM TO CONNECT TO A DPX MULTIPLEXER

This section describes how to use an RTR with an RTIM (Remote Transmission Interface Module) to add remote transmission capabilities to a standard DPX Multiplexer.

BASIC SETUP 3

Telephone Telephone Jack Power Supply FERRITE BEAD Power Outlet

FERRITE BEAD

VIDEO LINE PHONE IN OUT

ACCESSORY ADAPTER

AUDIO

IN OUT 12~VDC 1.5 AMP

D IN ca e bl

RT IM

RCA cable

Video in

RJ45 Patch Cable

MAIN MONITOR

CAMERAS/LOOPING

CALL

VCR OUT

ALARMS 10-16

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POWER

1

2

3

4

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MAIN MONITOR

VCR IN

S-VIDEO MONITOR

SERIAL PORT

ALARMS 1-9

12 - VAC 2.0 AMP

DPX16 REAR PANEL

RCA/BNC ADAPTER

IItems Needed to Install the RTR, DPX and the RTIM

RTR DPX Multiplexer RTIM Telephone (optional) The RTR accessory port connects to the RTIM. Any ATV DPX Multiplexer (DPX16, DPX16m, DPX9, DPX9m or DPX4) The remote transmission interface module RJ45 output connects to the RJ45 serial port in the DPX multiplexer. The RTR works with any touch-tone single-line telephone (including cordless models). The RTR can be configured using touch-tone phone at either the remote location or monitoring station. Both the telephone and wall jacks must use standard, modular telephone connections (RJ-11).

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RJ45 Cable Modular Telephone Audio Cables The RJ45 cable connects from the RTIM output to the DPX serial port. Two modular telephone cords will be required, one to connect the Cords RTR to the phone line and one to connect the telephone handset to the RTR. Audio cables are required for connecting an optional microphone or TV speakers.

Setup

1. Connect phone line, monitor and audio (refer to Basic Setup 1 on page 6). The phone and monitor are only required for configuration of the RTR. This can be done from the monitoring station. 2. Connect the 9-pin mini din cable on the RTIM to the accessory port on the RTR. 3. Connect an RJ45 patch cable (wired straight through) between the RTIM and the serial port on the DPX. Important Note: After powering up, the video input on the RTR, the menu must be set to camera 1.

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CHAPTER 2 - OPERATION

Getting Started Calling an RTDPX

Follow these steps to call the RTDPX from a monitoring station. 1. Turn on your video monitor. 2. Plug in the RTR. The power light on the front of the RTR illuminates to indicate that the power is on. 3. Wait for the screen with "ATV TransMux" to appear. 4 Pick up the telephone handset. 5. Dial the phone number of the remote location. Important Note: If you have Call Waiting, ATV recommends that you temporarily disable it before calling. For instructions on how to disable Call Waiting, refer to the front of the white pages of your telephone book. In many areas, Call Waiting is temporarily disabled by pressing *7 0 (as a prefix to the number you are calling). Call Waiting is automatically restored when you hang up. 6. The remote site will answer and then signal with three beeps. 7 After you hear the three beeps, press # on the telephone keypad. Important Note: If the unit was previously configured with an access code, then it must be entered before pressing #. No access code is required in the factory default configuration. 8. Press 1 to establish the video connection. 9. The connection status screen will appear, followed by the video from the multiplexer. 10.Once the video connection is established, press # to bring up the menu screen.

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Telephone Keypad and On-Screen Menus

The RTR is controlled through a series of on-screen menus and the keys on the telephone keypad. Menu options allow you to choose the video source, change the picture size, adjust the quality, etc. Each of the options can be accessed after a remote monitoring session is established. Once the remote video appears on the screen, simply press # on the telephone keypad to access the on-screen menu as shown below.

ABC

DEF

1

GHI

2

JKL

3

MNO

Returns to the Previous Menu, if any

4

PRS

5

TUV

6

WXY

7

8

OPER

9 #

Returns to Display Mode

*

0

Brings Up the On-Screen Menu

Special keys for on-screen menu control Important Note: The 8 key on the telephone keypad will return you to the previous screen. The 9 key will exit the menu and return to display mode.

The Menu Screens

The following menu items are available for configuration in the Menu screen: 1)Inputs Allows you to select camera Important Note: When choosing Inputs, press the number "1" first to display the cursor, then enter the camera number you wish to display on the video monitor. 2)Quality Adjusts the quality to be either sharper or faster. To make the picture faster, press 1-9 (9 as the fastest) on the telephone keypad. To make the picture sharper, press 1-9 (1 as the sharpest). Select from small, medium or large camera display view. Capture the current image on the screen to "freeze" it. Press 2 to resume video. Pan, Tilt & Zoom, multiplexer controls. The pan, tilt works only when the display is at 2x or more zoom. Returns you to previous settings.

3)Size 4)Snapshot 5)Ptz/mux 6)Settings & Status

Important Note: The 8 key on the telephone keypad will return you to the previous screen. The 9 key will exit the menu and return to display mode.

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The Mux Control 1 Screen

The mux controls change the displays coming from the multiplexer. From the previous menu, press 5 (ptz/mux) and then press 6 to reach the mux control 1 screen. This screen allows you to choose the following camera views: 1)Full 2)Quad 3)9 cam 4)16 cam 5)PIP 6)More Displays one single camera full frame Displays the quad view with 4 cameras Displays 9 cameras in a 3 x 3 display Displays 16 cameras in a 4 x 4 display Displays picture-in-picture display Press to continue to the mux control 2 screen

The Mux Control 2 Screen

The mux control 2 screen allows you to choose the following displays and features from your multiplexer. 1)13 cam 2)Squish 3)Sequence 4)Ptz/mux 5)Snapshot 6)Custom Displays 13 cameras in a center insert display Displays 2 cameras side by side at 100% view of each camera "squished". Allows you to sequence between camera displays Pan, Tilt & Zoom. The pan, tilt works only when the display is at 2x or more zoom. Captures the current image on the screen to "freeze" it. Press 2 to resume video. Displays 2 more views that aren't in the menu; a split screen display and a dual PIP display.

Important Note: To fully understand your DPX Multiplexer displays and features refer to your DPX Operations manual.

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Function Mode and Advanced Hot Keys

To allow you to control the RTR without bringing up the on-screen menus, the RTR incorporates several convenient advanced hot keys that are accessible through the * key. The hot keys are active during a remote monitoring session whenever there is no menu displayed on screen. (See below) 1. 2. Press * to activate the hot keys Press Hot Key buttons as desired then press * to return to your camera display mode.

Faster Sharper

Take Snapshot/ Motion Video

ABC

DEF

1

GHI

2

JKL

3

MNO

Auto Cycle On/Off

Tilt Up

4

PRS

5

TUV

6

WXY

Zoom (Norm, 2x, 4x)

7

Pan Left

8

OPER

9

Pan Right

*

Return to Camera Display Mode

0

Tilt Down

#

Menu

Advanced Hot Keys

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TROUBLESHOOTING

Advanced Technology Video has thoroughly tested the RTR to ensure trouble-free operation. However, if you do experience difficulties, find the symptom in the table and take the actions(s) indicated. If one of the recommended actions does not solve the problem or the problem symptom is not listed in the table, call ATV Technical Support at (425) 885-7000 or Toll Free in the US (888) 288-7644 for further assistance. You can also email: [email protected], or go to our website: http://www.atvideo.com. SYMPTOM 1. No RTR display on monitor. POSSIBLE REMEDY Make sure the power indicator is ON; see symptom If using auxiliary video inputs on TV, select the appropriate video input with the TV remote control. If using an RF modulator, tune TV to channel 3 or 4,depending on RF modulator setting, and press the # key. 2. Power indicator light OFF. Plug power adapter into wall socket. Plug power cord into RTR. 3. No dial tone on touch-tone phone attached to the RTR. Plug touch-tone phone cable into phone jack on RTR. Plug phone cable from wall socket into line jack on RTR. 4. Dial tone but the menu screen does not appear on screen. Make sure you are using a single-line telephone. If you have to dial 9 to get an outside connect when using your phone system, then you are on a PBXtype system and may be on a multi-line telephone. If so, use a single-line telephone. Select the video input to which the camera is connected using the settings/camera menu. Ensure that the video camera is turned ON. Ensure that the video camera is correctly connected to the RTR. Ensure phone cable from the touch-tone phone is plugged in the phone jack on the RTR, not the line jack. Ensure telephone is not in "pulse" mode.

5. After a connection is established, the video shown on the video monitor is a solid blue instead of showing video. 6. RTR does not respond to keypad after initial #.

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RTR EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS Specifications Physical Dimensions ...................................................................10.8" w x 4.96" d x 2.1"h (274mm x 126mm x 53mm)) Weight .......................................................................... 1.66. (.75 kg), Power Supply: 1.48 lbs. (0.67 kg) Operating Temp ............................................................32 F - 104 F (0 C - 40 C) Storage Temp................................................................-4 F - 160 F (-20 C - 70 C) Humidity ........................................................................15% to 80%, non-condensing Video Signal Format ...............................................................NTSC or PAL Compatible Color or Monochrome Inputs ............................................................................Two, 0.6 to 1.2 Vp-p 75 Ohm Termination, Composite Outputs .........................................................................One, 1.2 Vp-p into 75 Ohm Audio Frequency Response....................................................50 Hz - 3.4 KHz Automatic gain control Automatic echo suppression Audio input ....................................................................One, line level Audio output..................................................................One, line level PSTN Interface Max transmission speed ...............................................33.6 Kbps Communication mode ...................................................V.34 Electrical Power............................................................................12V DC @ 1.5 Amp 12 W maximum consumption Safety............................................................................110V, 60Hz Power Supply: UL Listed and CSA Certified

Regulatory EMI ...............................................................................FCC Part 15, Class A Telephone .....................................................................FCC Part 68 0.8B Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) Connectors Video In.........................................................................RCA Video Out ......................................................................RCA Power Jack ...................................................................3.5 mm BARRELL x 1.3 mm PIN Diameter Audio In.........................................................................RCA Audio Out ......................................................................RCA PSTN line in ..................................................................RJ-11 Phone ...........................................................................RJ-11 Accessory (Audio in, Video in) ......................................9-pin MINI DIN

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TELEPHONE REGULATORY NOTICE

This new ATV product is registered with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and is in compliance with part 68 of the FCC Rules and Regulations. The FCC requires us to provide you with the following information: Notification to the Local Telephone Company The RTR contains a VX3629 modem. You must, upon request, provide the following information to the local phone company (this information is also printed on the bottom of the unit): FCC Part 68 ID Number: 5DPTUSA-24653-DT-T Ringer Equivalence Number (REN): 0.8B The REN is useful to determine the number of devices you may connect to the telephone line and still have all of these devices ring when the telephone number is called. In most (but not all) areas, the sum of the RENs of all devices connected to one line should not exceed 5. To be certain of the number of devices connected to the line as determined by the REN, you should contact the local telephone company. Notes(a) This equipment may not be used on coin service provided by the telephone company. (b) Party lines are subject to state tariffs, and therefore, you may not be able to use your own telephone equipment if you are on a party line. Check with the local telephone company. (c) Notice must be given to the telephone company upon permanent disconnection of the telephone from the line. Rights of the Telephone Company Should the equipment cause trouble on the line, which may harm the telephone network, the telephone company shall, if possible, notify you that temporary discontinuation of service may be required. If advance notice is not practical, the telephone company may temporarily discontinue service immediately. In such case of temporary discontinuance, the telephone company just: (1) promptly notify you of such temporary discontinuance, (2) afford you the opportunity to correct the situation, and (3) inform you of the right to bring a complaint to the Commission pursuant to the procedures set forth in Subpart E of Part 68, FCC Rules and Regulations. The telephone company may make changes in its communications facilities, equipment, operations of procedures where such action is required in the operation of its business and not consistent with FCC Rules and Regulations. If these changes are expected to affect the use or performance of the telephoneequipment, the telephone company must give you adequate notice, in writing, to allow you to maintain uninterrupted service.

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WARRANTY INFORMATION

Thank you for purchasing this Advanced Technology Video, Inc., hereinafter "ATV", product. We have manufactured this product in accordance with high quality standards and when it is used in the manner intended, it has a limited warranty against defects in material and workmanship for a period of five (5) years from the date of shipment from ATV. During the warranty period ATV's entire liability and your exclusive remedy shall be, at ATV's option, upon receipt of proof of purchase, repair or replacement of products that prove to be defective. Repair of a defective product is contingent upon availability of replacement parts from their manufacturer. Should ATV be unable to obtain replacement parts, ATV will, at its option, pro rate the value of the defective product and offer this amount toward the purchase of any new ATV product. For warranty service or repair, this product must be returned to a service facility designated by ATV. Within the United States, you must obtain a return authorization (RMA) number by calling (888) 288-7644. Outside of the United States, contact your sales representative or the ATV factory at +1-425-885-7000 (email: [email protected]). For ATV factory service after obtaining an RMA number, send the product with shipping charges and applicable duties and taxes paid, along with a copy of your sales receipt or other proof of purchase and date of purchase to the ATV factory address.

YEAR 2000 CONFORMANCE

All ATV products containing a date and time function meet Year 2000 Conformity Requirements as specified in BSI DISC PD2000-1 (described below). Year 2000 requirements do not apply to ATV products without a date and time function. ATV products' date format is "Day ­ Month ­ Year" where "Year" is a two digit representation of the year. Conformity is defined as follows:

1. No value for the current date will cause any interruption in operation of the product. 2. Date-based functionality within the product behaves consistently for dates prior to, during and after year 2000. 3. The 2 digit date within the product is implicitly assumed to be greater than 1990. 4. Year 2000 is recognized as a leap year.

LIMITATION OF WARRANTY

This warranty covers normal use and does not cover damage which occurs in shipment or failure which results from alteration, accident, misuse, neglect, voltage fluctuations, lightning, water damage (or other acts of nature), faulty installation or adjustment of controls, interfacing with non-standard or custom equipment, or improper maintenance.

EXCEPT AS HEREIN EXPRESSLY SET FORTH AND TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, ATV OR ANY OF ITS EMPLOYEES SHALL NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT. ATV MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TITLE, AND NONINFRINGEMENT. REMOVAL OR ALTERATION OF THE SERIAL NUMBER WILL VOID THIS WARRANTY.

FCC Statement

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 expense.

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