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器件型号:RC1180DK
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RCxxxxDK-USB Demonstration Kit User Manual

Table of contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS ............................................................................................................ 1
QUICK START GUIDE .............................................................................................................. 2
DEMONSTRATION KIT INTRODUCTION................................................................................ 3
DEMO BOARD INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................. 4
BLOCK DIAGRAM .................................................................................................................... 5
JUMPER SECTION ................................................................................................................... 7
PROTOTYPING WITH THE RCXXXXDB-USB ........................................................................ 9
ANTENNA SELECTION VERSUS RANGE PERFORMANCE ................................................ 9
RCXXXXDB-USB CIRCUIT DIAGRAM .................................................................................. 10
RCXXXXDB-USB PCB AND ASSEMBLY LAYOUT.............................................................. 10
RCXXXXDB-USB BILL OF MATERIALS ............................................................................... 11
TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................................................................ 14
DOCUMENT REVISION HISTORY ......................................................................................... 15
DISCLAIMER........................................................................................................................... 15
TRADEMARKS ....................................................................................................................... 15
LIFE SUPPORT POLICY ........................................................................................................ 15
CONTACT INFORMATION ..................................................................................................... 15

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Quick Start Guide
How do I set up a simple link between the boards?
To do a basic communication test, do like this for each of the Demonstration Boards:

      Attach the antenna to the SMA connector
      Download the latest version of RCTools from www.radiocrafts.com
      Install RCTools (this will also install the USB VCP (Virtual COM Port) driver)
      Connect the USB port to a PC
      Start a terminal program on the PC (RC_CCT or Microsoft HyperTerminal program)
      Select the correct COM-port and set data rate 19200, 1 start bit, no parity, 1 stop bit,

          no flow control

The module will now be in idle mode listening for a valid data packet to arrive. Now you can
enter data in one terminal window and after a predefined timeout, the ASCII string is
transmitted to the other module and shown in the other terminal window if the transmission
was successful.

How do I find the COM Port to use?
A list of all available COM-ports on your PC is found from the Windows Device manager. This
is opened by "Start->Run" and type "devmgmt.msc". Alternatively, Open "System" from
"Control Panel" and select the Hardware tab and click on the Device Manager button. In The
Device Manager you can expand the "Ports (COM & LPT)" tab to get the list of both Standard
COM ports and USB COM ports connected to your PC. For details please see the Installation
Guide.

How do I go on and change the RF channel or any other parameter?
To change configurable parameters, assert the CONFIG pin (pulling low by pressing
CONFIG-button, see Figure 1), and send the command string using the same serial interface
as for transmitting data. Parameters can be changed permanently and stored in non-volatile
memory in the module. See the User Manual for the CCT software for details on how to
change settings by using this tool. The details for the configuration memory contents can be
found in the RC232 User Manual and the MBUS User Manual respectively.

Why is it an USB connector when the Radiocrafts modules use a serial UART?
The benefit of USB is that power is available from the Port. The RCxxxxDB has an USB to
UART converter from FTDI that includes a Virtual COM Port (VCP) driver that allows you to
use the demo boards with any PC software that originally require a serial COM port. This
means that the PC will communicate with the module using a serial connection via the virtual
COM port. Both standard terminal program and the RCTools PC suite from Radiocrafts can
for this reason be used together with the RCxxxxDK-USB. For simplicity it is recommended to
first use the RCTools from Radiocrafts since the USB VCP driver is included in this
installation. Details on how to use this software is available from separate User Manuals.

Figure 1: RC232-CCT, one of the applications in RCTools

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Demonstration kit Introduction
The Demonstration Kit (DK) is designed to make it easy for the user to evaluate the onboard
module, develop an application and build prototypes very quickly. The kit includes two Demo
Boards (DB). The demo board contains the selected module with its dedicated article number
and embedded protocol and associated support circuits. The board can easily be operated
using a PC terminal emulator or the RCTools PC suite from Radiocrafts.

Your Demonstration Kit should contain the following items:

                                                     Kit contents  Number of articles
Item                                                               2
Demo board w/radio module                                          2
Antenna, 50 quarter-wave monopole, SMA male connector
SMA to BNC adapters                                                2
USB Cable                                                          2

There are three different assemblies of the demo board referenced in the rest of this
document depending on the article number on the onboard RF module as summarized in the
table below:

        RC11xxDB-USB              RC12xxDB-USB                             RC2xxxDB-USB
Supporting the following  Supporting the following                 Supporting the following
modules:                  modules:                                 modules:
RC11x0-RC232              RC1040, RC1081                           RC2500HP-RC232
RC11x0-MBUSx              RC12x0, RC1244
RC2500-RC232              RC2000, RC2100

This User Manual describes how to use the Demonstration Kit and provides detailed
documentation for the Demonstration Board.

The Demonstration Kit includes what you need to evaluate the RF performance of the
modules, develop your own application interfacing the modules, and can also be used to build
a prototype of your application.

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Demo Board Introduction
The Demo Board contains USB connector, USB to serial converter, buttons, LEDs, voltage
regulator, configuration jumpers and connectors to make it easy to interface the onboard
module with various test equipment or the host used in an application. Not all components are
needed in an actual application. Please see the datasheet for each specific module for a
typical application circuit.

The Demonstration Board comes in different versions, equipped with the different variants of
Radiocrafts modules. Among the frequencies supported are 433 MHz, 868 MHz, 915 MHz
and 2.45 GHz. For each frequency there exist narrowband versions and wideband versions.
This covers the most used frequency bands, the 433 MHz band in Europe and the US, the
868 MHz band in Europe, the 902-928 MHz band in the US and the 2 450 MHz band world-
wide. The actual module mounted can be seen on the marking on the module itself.

                     LEDs Buttons  Module article
                                   number

Voltage                                                          P9: Module
regulator                                                        Power jumper

P3: USB LED                                                      P1: UART I/O
jumper                                                           level jumper

            USB LED                                                                            P4:
P2: USB connector                                                                              Antenna
                                                                                               connector

      P10: CTS                                                                RESET
      Jumper                                                                  CONFIG

P13: Digital                       P8: Module Firmware
I/O connector                      update connector

                     S1:     S2:
                     RXEN    TXEN

                     Figure 2: RCxxxxDB-USB Demonstration Board

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Block Diagram
The same PCB is used for all modules previously mentioned. The component assembly is
however different depending on which module is mounted. The block diagrams in figure 3 to 5
informs about actual parts used for a given demo board.

                     Figure 3: RC11xxDB-USB

                     Figure 4: RC12xxDB-USB

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                          Figure 5 RC2xxxDB-USB
(only different external voltage regulator compared to Figure 3)

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Jumper section
The board contains several jumper options for connector P1, P3, P9, P10 and P13. The
connectors and jumper settings are summarized in this chapter.

Pin         Signal      P1: UART voltage level jumper
                                                             Note
   #
                           Module Power. Connect to pin 2 during normal IDLE, RX and TX
1     RC_VCC               operation (default).
                           Sets the UART voltage level for the USB chip and provide power to the
2     VCCIO_FT232          USB LED. Must not exceed more than RC_VCC+0.3V.

3     3V3                  Remove jumper when measuring SLEEP and OFF current in order not
                           to include leakage current from the USB chip UART.
                           3.3V regulator output from USB chip. Connect to pin 2 when measuring
                           current consumption in RX and TX mode.

   Pin #        Signal      P3: USB LED Jumper

1     2     TXD Data                                       Note
            RXD data
3     4     POWER       Install jumper to enable LED blink when data on UART RXD. RF
                        transmit mode
5     6                 Install jumper to enable LED blink when data on UART TXD. RF receive
                        mode
                        Install jumper to enable LED when Power is available from USB
                        (default). LED current draw is typ 2.5 - 3.5 mA depending on RF
                        module

Pin         Signal        P9: Module Power jumper

   #                                                       Note

1     GND               RC11xx/RC2xxxDB-USB: RESET (not in use)
                        RC12xxDB-USB: ON/OFF. Connect to pin 1 to measure OFF current
2     RCxxxx pin12      drain. Note that The 100k pull-up resistor R2 will draw approximately 27
                        uA in OFF mode if not removed. The pull-up resistor is used to keep the
3     RCxxxx pin11      module in ON mode for normal use. In a real application this pin could
                        be controlled by a digital output, and (the pull-up) R2 could be omitted,
4     VCC_REGOUT        and hence the very low OFF mode current consumption can be achieved
                        RC11xx/RC2xxxDB-USB: not in use
5     RC_VCC            RC12xxDB-USB: VDD (internal regulator out from the module)
                        RC11xxDB-USB: Power from external regulator (3.0V)
6     RC_BATTERY        RC2xxxDB-USB: Power from external regulator (3.3V)
                        RC12xxDB-USB: USB chip regulator (3.3V)
7     VCC_REGIN         Power to the module. An ampere meter can be connected in order to
                        measure the DC current drawn by the module. External power can also
8     VBUS              be connected to this pin. Ensure that the same level is connected to P1
                        pin 2.
                        Power from battery on the bottom side
                        Input to external regulator

                        Power from USB port

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As described in the table above, the RC11xx/RC2xxxDB-USB series has a different
component assembly compared to the RC12xxDB-USB for P9. Connector and default jumper
settings are illustrated below for the two different assemblies.

          P9 jumper for RC11xx/RC2xxxDB-USB  P9 jumpers for RC12xxDB-USB

          Figure 6: RCxxxxDB-USB P9 assembly and default jumper settings

   Pin #      Signal               P10: CTS

1  2      CTS                                            Note

                      Remove jumper for enabling CTS for RC12xxDB-USB. Not in use for
                      RC11xx/RC2xxxDB-USB

   Pin #      Signal   P13: Digital I/O Connector

1  2      GND                                            Note

3  4      RTS         RC11xx/RC2xxxDB-USB: Connect jumper between 2 and 4 to enter
          CTS         sleep mode
5  6      CONFIG      Install jumper when using hardware handshake

7  8      TXD         Install jumper when using hardware handshake

9  10                 7 and 8 connected together. Connect pin 7 to pin 3 for PC control of
                      CONFIG
11 12 RXD             Jumper installed from factory
                      RC11xx/RC2xxxDB-USB: Remove jumper when measuring sleep mode
                      current
                      Jumper installed from factory
                      RC11xx/RC2xxxDB-USB: Remove jumper when measuring sleep mode
                      current

13 14 GND

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Prototyping with the RCxxxxDB-USB
All pins to the module are available though standard pin rows using a pitch distance of 100 mil
(2.54 mm). This simplifies the build of a standalone application just by making a small plug-in-
board to the existing Demo Board. Battery connectors on the bottom side are available for self
powered demos, and there is also access to VBUS (+5V), REGIN and REGOUT on P9. The
Battery clips and most of the connectors are not mounted from factory, but part numbers are
available from the Bill of Materials at the end of this document. The idea is that an external
MCU and application specific sensors etc easily can be connected to the Demo Board as a
proof of concept for the final product.

Antenna selection versus range performance
The choice of antenna is crucial for achieving the maximum range for any radio system. Due
to the small size of the PCB and the off-centre placement of the onboard SMA connector the
Demo Boards will not demonstrate the maximum range or omnidirectional radiation. To
improve this, a larger groundplane and a centred placement of the antenna above this
groundplane is required. One possible solution for maximum radiation is shown in the figure
below. With the addition of two different SMA adaptors and one sufficiently large groundplane
(radius  L, length of the antenna) and a good electrical connection to the GND-layer, an
optimum performance of the antenna following the kit is achieved.

Other antenna solutions can be tested by connecting to the existing SMA female connector
on the Demo Board via one of the methods below:

     1. Solder the feeding point of the antenna to be tested directly to an SMA male
          connector and fasten to the SMA female connector

     2. Connect to an external antenna (or board with antenna) via a shortest possible 50
          Ohm coax cable with minimum insertion loss

                     Antenna

                                               Antenna length L

                     Minimum radius of         PCB with solid bottom
                     GND plane = L             GND layer

                           SMA female/female
                           adaptor in drilled
                           hole

                                SMA male/male
                                adaptor

                     Radiocrafts Demo                            Proper connection
                     Board                                       betwen GND plane
                                                                 and adaptor outer
                                                                 shielding

Figure 7: Extending size of ground plane with extra PCB

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RCxxxxDB-USB Circuit Diagram
The circuit diagram of RCxxxxDB-USB is in figure 8. A full resolution schematic is found in
RCxxxxDB_x_x.zip available from Radiocrafts' webpage.

                                  Figure 8: RCxxxxDB-USB Circuit diagram

RCxxxxDB-USB PCB and Assembly layout
The PCB is a simple 4-layer board where Layer 2 is used as ground plane. The laminate used
is standard FR-4 board material. The PCB is 1.6mm thick. Full resolution layout and assembly
drawing are found in RCxxxxDB-USB_x_x.zip.

Figure 9: RCxxxxDB-USB PCB component placement, top side

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RCxxxxDB-USB Bill of materials
The circuit diagram includes all components of RCxxxxDB-USB, but all three versions of the
Demo Boards has different component bill of materials. Details are listed in the following
tables. Components not mounted are marked DNM (Do Not Mount) in the `Quantity' column.

                     RCxxxxDB-USB Bill of materials for RC11xxDB-USB

Reference  Quantity Part number       Description
D4
P3         1         BAT254           Diode, Si
P13
P8         1         CON_2X3_TH_MALE  Connector 6 pins, pin header
P10
P1; P9     1         CON_2X7_TH_MALE  Connector 14 pins, pin header
P5
P6-7;      1         CON_2X5_TH_MALE  Connector 10 pins
C3-4
C5         1(DNM) CON_2_TH_MALE       Connector, 0.9 mm pin, male
C1;C6
C2         2         CON_3            Connector, 0.9 mm pin
B1-4
FM1-3      1(DNM) CON_7_TH            Connector, 0.9 mm pin
U1
H5-8       2(DNM) CON_8_TH            Connector, 0.9 mm pin
D1
D3         2         C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50 Capacitor, 0603
D2
U2         1         C_10N_0603_X7R_K_50 Capacitor, 0603
L1
S1-2       2         C_2U2_0603_X5R_K_10 Capacitor, 0603
S3-7
M1         1         C_3U3_TAN_B      Capacitor, tantal
R4;
R11-R20;   4(DNM) ClipR03             Battery ClipR03 (AAA)
R30-32
R1; R5;    3(DNM) FIDUCIAL_MARK       Fiducial mark
R21-27;
R3; R10    1         FT232RQ          USB UART IC
R2;R28-29
P4         4         HOLE_4.2         PCB feet
U3
P2         1         LED_CL150DCD     LED, orange, SMD

           1         LED_CL150GCD     LED, green, SMD

           1         LED_CL150YCD     LED, yellow, SMD

           1         LP2980-3.0V      3.0V low drop-out regulator

           1         L_BEAD_102_0603  EMI filter bead

           2(DNM) PUSH_BUTTON         Push button, SMD

           5         PUSH_BUTTON      Push button, SMD

           1         RC11XX           RF Module

           14(DNM) R_0603             Resistor, 0603, general

           9         R_0_0603         Resistor, 0603
           2(DNM)    R_100K_0603_G    Resistor, 0603
           3         R_270_0603_J     Resistor, 0603
           1         SMA              SMA connector
           1(DNM)    TPS3809J25       Voltage supervisor, 2.5V, SOT-23
           1         USB_B            USB B-style connector

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                     RCxxxxDB-USB Bill of materials for RC12xxDB-USB

Referenc  Quantity Part number             Description
e
D4        1 (DNM)    BAT254                Diode, Si
P3        1          CON_2X3_TH_MALE       Connector 6 pins, pin header
P13       1          CON_2X7_TH_MALE       Connector 14 pins, pin header
P8        1(DNM)     CON_2X7_TH_MALE       Connector 14 pins, pin header in house
P10; P9   2          CON_2_TH_MALE         Connector, 0.9 mm pin, male
P1, P9    2          CON_3                 Connector, 0.9 mm pin
P5        1(DNM)     CON_7_TH              Connector, 0.9 mm pin
P6-7      3(DNM)     CON_8_TH              Connector, 0.9 mm pin
C3-4      2          C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50  Capacitor, 0603
C5        1          C_10N_0603_X7R_K_50   Capacitor, 0603
C1        1(DNM)     C_2U2_0603_X5R_K_10   Capacitor, 0603
C6        1          C_2U2_0603_X5R_K_10   Capacitor, 0603
C2        1(DNM)     C_3U3_TAN_B           Capacitor, tantal
B1-4      4(DNM)     ClipR03               Battery ClipR03 (AAA)
FM1-3     3(DNM)     FIDUCIAL_MARK         Fiducial mark
U1        1          FT232RQ               USB UART IC
H5-8      4          HOLE_4.2              PCB feet
D1        1(DNM)     LED_CL150DCD          LED, orange, SMD
D3        1          LED_CL150GCD          LED, green, SMD
D2        1(DNM)     LED_CL150YCD          LED, yellow, SMD
U2        1(DNM)     LP2980-3.0V           3.0V low drop-out regulator
L1        1          L_BEAD_102_0603       EMI filter bead
S1-4      4          PUSH_BUTTON           Push button, SMD
S5-7      3(DNM)     PUSH_BUTTON           Push button, SMD
M1        1          RC1XX0                RF Module
R1; R5;
R11-R12;  13(DNM) R_0603                   Resistor, 0603, general
R20;
R23-R32;  10         R_0_0603              Resistor, 0603
R4; R19
R13-R16   4          R_100K_0603_G         Resistor, 0603
R21-R22                                    Resistor, 0603
R3;R10    1          R_270_0603_J          SMA connector
R17; R18
R2;       1          SMA
P4

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                     RCxxxxDB-USB Bill of materials for RC2xxxDB-USB

Reference  Quantity Part number       Description
D4
P3         1         BAT254           Diode, Si
P13
P8         1         CON_2X3_TH_MALE  Connector 6 pins, pin header
P10
P1; P9     1         CON_2X7_TH_MALE  Connector 14 pins, pin header
P5
P6-7;      1         CON_2X5_TH_MALE  Connector 10 pins
C3-4
C5         1(DNM) CON_2_TH_MALE       Connector, 0.9 mm pin, male
C1;C6
C2         2         CON_3            Connector, 0.9 mm pin
B1-4
FM1-3      1(DNM) CON_7_TH            Connector, 0.9 mm pin
U1
H5-8       2(DNM) CON_8_TH            Connector, 0.9 mm pin
D1
D3         2         C_100N_0603_X7R_K_50 Capacitor, 0603
D2
U2         1         C_10N_0603_X7R_K_50 Capacitor, 0603
L1
S1-2       2         C_2U2_0603_X5R_K_10 Capacitor, 0603
S3-7
M1         1         C_3U3_TAN_B      Capacitor, tantal
R4;
R11-R20;   4(DNM) ClipR03             Battery ClipR03 (AAA)
R30-32
R1; R5;    3(DNM) FIDUCIAL_MARK       Fiducial mark
R21-27;
R3; R10    1         FT232RQ          USB UART IC
R2;R28-29
P4         4         HOLE_4.2         PCB feet
U3
P2         1         LED_CL150DCD     LED, orange, SMD

           1         LED_CL150GCD     LED, green, SMD

           1         LED_CL150YCD     LED, yellow, SMD

           1         LP2992-3.3V      3.3V low drop-out regulator. 250 mA

           1         L_BEAD_102_0603  EMI filter bead

           2(DNM) PUSH_BUTTON         Push button, SMD

           5         PUSH_BUTTON      Push button, SMD

           1         RC11XX           RF Module

           14(DNM) R_0603             Resistor, 0603, general

           9         R_0_0603         Resistor, 0603
           2(DNM)    R_100K_0603_G    Resistor, 0603
           3         R_270_0603_J     Resistor, 0603
           1         SMA              SMA connector
           1(DNM)    TPS3809J25       Voltage supervisor, 2.5V, SOT-23
           1         USB_B            USB B-style connector

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Troubleshooting
It doesn't work. The Power LED is not lighting.

      Is the USB connector active? Some USB ports may be disabled if it's not commonly
          in use. The Demo board takes power from the USB port, and need an active USB
          port to power the board.

      Are all jumpers placed at the default position? P3 can disable POWER LED info, and
          P9 can disable power to the module.

      Is the module powered correctly? Measure the supply voltage at P9, pin 5. Should be
          3.0V for RC11xxDB-USB and 3.3V for RC12xxDB-USB and RC2xxxDB-USB

I cannot communicate with the UART through the serial port
      Make sure that the RXD and TXD jumpers are inserted on P13.

      Set up your terminal program according to the instructions in the Quick Start Guide.
          Remember to select the correct COM-port and connect to this port.

      Entering configuration mode (by press CONFIG button) the command prompt (">")
          should be displayed on the terminal window. Make sure to exit the command mode
          using the exit command (capital "X").

I cannot communicate between two modules in buffered mode
      Make sure that the address mode and CRC mode is the same in both modules (set
          using the "M" Memory configuration command, refer to the RC232 User Manual).

      Make sure the destination address is the same as the other modules Unique ID if
          addressing is used (set using the "T" Destination address command, refer to the
          RC232 User Manual).

      Make sure to exit from command mode using capital "X".

      The present configuration can be listed to the terminal using the test command "0"
          (zero).

The module consumes more than the rated current in OFF and SLEEP mode
      Note that the ON/OFF signal pull up resistor R2 (100 k) draws approximately 27 uA.
          Remove this resistor when measuring the module current in OFF mode.

      Note that the level driver on the USB controller has common power as the module for
          default jumper setting. Move the jumper to the P1 2-3 location and remove P13
          jumpers for RXD and TXD.

I cannot access configuration mode when I press the CONFIG button
      Press and hold CONFIG button while pushing the RESET button (or power up the
          board). The reason you could not enter configuration mode, is most likely that some
          configuration memory values have been set to illegal values. List and check all values
          using the `0' (zero) command. Set all values back to default values (see RC232 User
          Manual or the respective Data Sheet).

      Note: If the mode is already in configuration mode it will not respond with another
          prompt if the CONFIG button is pressed. Send the `0' (zero) command to the module
          in order to check if it is already in configuration mode.

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Document Revision History

      Document Revision                                 Changes

1.0                        First release

1.10                       Added support for RC2500 and RC2500HP. Introduced new Demo Board

                           version supporting RC2500HP

Disclaimer

Radiocrafts AS believes the information contained herein is correct and accurate at the time of this printing. However,
Radiocrafts AS reserves the right to make changes to this product without notice. Radiocrafts AS does not assume
any responsibility for the use of the described product; neither does it convey any license under its patent rights, or
the rights of others. The latest updates are available at the Radiocrafts website or by contacting Radiocrafts directly.

As far as possible, major changes of product specifications and functionality, will be stated in product specific Errata
Notes published at the Radiocrafts website. Customers are encouraged to check regularly for the most recent
updates on products and support tools.

Trademarks

RC232TM is a trademark of Radiocrafts AS. The RC232TM Embedded RF Protocol is used in a range of products from
Radiocrafts. The protocol handles host communication, data buffering, error check, addressing and broadcasting. It
supports point-to-point, point-to-multipoint and peer-to-peer network topologies.

All other trademarks, registered trademarks and product names are the sole property of their respective owners.

Life Support Policy

This Radiocrafts product is not designed for use in life support appliances, devices, or other systems where
malfunction can reasonably be expected to result in significant personal injury to the user, or as a critical component
in any life support device or system whose failure to perform can be reasonably expected to cause the failure of the
life support device or system, or to affect its safety or effectiveness. Radiocrafts AS customers using or selling these
products for use in such applications do so at their own risk and agree to fully indemnify Radiocrafts AS for any
damages resulting from any improper use or sale.

2009, Radiocrafts AS. All rights reserved.

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E-mails: radiocrafts@radiocrafts.com

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