User manual ECHO MOON
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[. . . ] ECHO expressly declines any responsibility in respect of the function, availability, coverage, services, or network or system capacity (mobile or other). If your SIM card isn’t at the proper format, you are advised to ask your operator for a micro one. The responsibility of ECHO and its authorised after-sales service is limited only to the cost of repair and/or replacement of the unit during the warranty period. ECHO Moon mobile phone AC adaptor Micro USB cable Hands-free kit Quick Start Guide
Getting to know your phone
SAR rate: 0, 65 W/Kg
The buttons on your phone
Press and hold the button to turn the phone on/off. [. . . ] Safety Information
Please read this safety information carefully so that you can use your phone in complete safety: 1. Exercise great care when children are in close proximity to the phone. The phone contains small parts that could be swallowed or cause choking. If your phone is equipped with a camera or lighting device, do not use it too near children or animals. Hearing: Prolonged listening at full power using a lightweight headset or headphones can damage your hearing. Reduce the volume to the lowest possible level when listening to music or conversations. Driving requires maximum attention at all times in order to
minimise the risk of accidents. You must fully comply with the local regulations and laws in force regarding the use of cell phones whilst driving. Remember to turn your phone off when you are in a plane (GSM + Bluetooth) as it may cause interference. It is extremely dangerous to leave a phone switched on near medical devices as it may cause interference. You must observe any instructions or warnings in hospitals and treatment centres. Electronic implants and pacemakers: Users who wear a pacemaker or who are fitted with an electronic implant must hold the phone on the opposite side to their implant as a precaution when making a call. If you notice that your phone is causing interference with a pacemaker, switch it off immediately and contact the manufacturer of the pacemaker for advice on what action to take. Fire hazard: Do not leave your device near heat sources such as radiators or cookers. Do not leave your phone charging near flammable materials as there is a real risk of fire. Keep batteries away from magnetic objects as the latter might cause a short-circuit between the positive and negative terminals of your batteries and permanently destroy the battery or phone. As a general rule, you should not expose the batteries to very high or low temperatures (below 0°C or above 45°C). differences in temperature may reduce battery autonomy and service life. Some parts of your phone are made from glass and might break if the phone is dropped or is subject to severe impact. Contact with liquid: Do not expose the phone to liquid or touch it with wet hands: any damage caused by water may be irreparable. Electric shock: Do not try to dismantle your phone as there is a very real risk of electric shock. Maintenance: If you want to clean your handset, use a dry cloth (do not use a solvent, such as benzene, or alcohol). [. . . ] This directive publishes strict rules for guaranteeing the safety of users and for preventing any risks to health. Commissionon Non-Ionising RadiationProtection
Although the SAR is determined using the highest power level, the phone’s real rate of specific absorption whilst in operation may be well below the maximum value. A phone is designed to operate at different power levels so that it only uses the power it needs to be connected to the network. The maximum SAR value tested on this device when used in its normal position at the ear is 0, 65 W/kg and 1, 69 W/kg when used close to the body, at a minimum distance of 5 mm. [. . . ]
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