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Regulatory information
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5. Appendix
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Regulatory compliance statements
Wireless guidance
Low power, Radio LAN type devices (radio frequency (RF) wireless 
communication devices), operating in the 2.4 GHz/5 GHz Band, may be present 
(embedded) in your printer system. The following section is a general overview 
of considerations while operating a wireless device.
Additional limitations, cautions, and concerns for specific countries are listed in 
the specific country sections (or country group sections). The wireless devices in 
your system are only qualified for use in the countries identified by the Radio 
Approval Marks on the system rating label. If the country you will be using the 
wireless device in, is not listed, contact your local Radio Approval agency for 
requirements. Wireless devices are closely regulated and use may not be 
allowed.
The power output of the wireless device or devices that may be embedded in 
your printer is well below the RF exposure limits as known at this time. Because 
the wireless devices (which may be embedded into your printer) emit less 
energy than is allowed in radio frequency safety standards and 
recommendations, manufacturer believes these devices are safe for use. 
Regardless of the power levels, care should be taken to minimize human contact 
during normal operation.
As a general guideline, a separation of 20 cm (8 inches) between the wireless 
device and the body, for use of a wireless device near the body (this does not 
include extremities) is typical. This device should be used more than 20 cm (8 
inches) from the body when wireless devices are on and transmitting.
This transmitter must not be collocated or operation in conjunction with any 
other antenna or transmitter.
Some circumstances require restrictions on wireless devices. Examples of 
common restrictions are listed below:
Radio frequency wireless communication can interfere with 
equipment on commercial aircraft. Current aviation regulations 
require wireless devices to be turned off while traveling in an airplane. 
IEEE 802.11 (also known as wireless Ethernet) and Bluetooth 
communication devices are examples of devices that provide wireless 
communication.
In environments where the risk of interference to other devices or 
services is harmful or perceived as harmful, the option to use a wireless 
device may be restricted or eliminated. Airports, Hospitals, and 
Oxygen or flammable gas laden atmospheres are limited examples 
where use of wireless devices may be restricted or eliminated. When in 
environments where you are uncertain of the sanction to use wireless 
devices, ask the applicable authority for authorization prior to use or 
turning on the wireless device.