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 Network Analyzers using S2VNA software

It is highly recommended to follow all safety warnings and precautions provided in this document for operating, servicing, and repairing the Analyzer.

The Analyzer should be used only by skilled and thoroughly trained personnel with the required skills and knowledge of safety precautions.

The Analyzer complies with INSTALLATION CATEGORY II as well as POLLUTION DEGREE 2 as defined in IEC61010–1.

The Analyzer is a MEASUREMENT CATEGORY I (CAT I) device. Do not use the Analyzer as a CAT II, III, or IV device.

The Analyzer is for INDOOR USE only.

The Analyzer has been tested as a stand-alone device and in combination with the accessories supplied by Copper Mountain Technologies, in accordance with the requirements of the standards described in the Declaration of Conformity. If the Analyzer is integrated with another system, compliance with related regulations and safety requirements are to be confirmed by the builder of the system.

Never operate the Analyzer in an environment containing flammable gasses or fumes.

Operators must not remove the cover or any other part of the housing. The Analyzer must not be repaired by the operator. Component replacement or internal adjustment must be performed by qualified maintenance personnel only.

Never operate the Analyzer if the power cable is damaged.

Never connect the test ports to A/C power mains.

Electrostatic discharge can damage the Analyzer whether connected to or disconnected from the DUT. Static charge can build up on your body and damage sensitive internal components of both the Analyzer and the DUT. To avoid damage from electric discharge, observe the following:

Always use a desktop anti-static mat under the DUT.

Always wear a grounding wrist strap connected to the desktop anti-static mat via daisy-chained 1 MΩ resistor.

Connect the post marked ground on the body of the Analyzer to the common ground of the test station.

All general safety precautions related to operation of electrically energized equipment must be observed.

Definitions of safety symbols used on the instrument and in the manual are listed below.

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Refers to the Manual if the instrument is marked with this symbol.

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Alternating current.

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Direct current.

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On (Supply).

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Off (Supply).

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A chassis terminal; a connection to the instrument’s chassis, which includes all exposed metal surfaces.

 


WARNING


This sign denotes a hazard. It calls attention to a procedure, practice, or condition that, if not correctly performed or adhered to, could result in injury or death to personnel.


CAUTION


This sign denotes a hazard. It calls attention to a procedure, practice, or condition that, if not correctly performed or adhered to, could result in damage to or destruction of part or all of the instrument.


Note


This sign denotes important information. It calls attention to a procedure, practice, or condition that is essential for the user to understand.

Rev.:  22.2