Regulatory Affairs

Safety

The equipment is safe if operated properly and in accordance with this manual.
This equipment is in the process of testing to confirm it complies with all regulatory statutes and limitations including:
    IEC 60825-1:2014 (laser safety)
    IEC 60950-1:2005+AMD1:2009+AMD2:2013 (electrical safety)
    EN 55024:2010, EN 55022:2010 Class 1М (emission) The laser radiation is emitted from the apertures in the front side of the units. Laser radiation cannot go through the other apertures.
    Directive 2006/25/EC (artificial optical radiation) and applicable standards
    RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC (electronic waste, restriction of the use of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment ) and applicable standards
    WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC (collection and recycling of electronic equipment)
Caution: This product utilizes a Class 1M laser which has been determined to be ‘eye safe’ (according to international standard IEC EN 60825-1:2014). It may be installed in unrestricted, restricted or controlled locations. For additional details, please refer to IEC 60825-1:2014: SAFETY OF LASER PRODUCTS.
Unrestricted locations are areas, normally accessible to the public (e.g., unrestricted areas of rooftops, public areas at ground level, open areas of offices and industrial premises, etc.). To install a KORUZA v2 Pro in an unrestricted location, the link head must be installed 3 meters high or higher above the surface of the unrestricted area, or must be 1 meter or closer to the edge of the unrestricted area. If a KORUZA v2 Pro is installed in an unrestricted area, a warning sticker must be placed on the unit, stating “Do not use binoculars, telescopes or other optical aids to view the FSO link heads.”
Restricted locations are areas, normally inaccessible by the general public (including workers, visitors, and residents in the immediate vicinity) by means of any administrative or engineering control measure, but that are accessible to authorized personnel (e.g. maintenance or service personnel including window cleaners in exterior locations) that may not have laser safety training. There are no special requirements for a KORUZA v2 Pro installed in a restricted area.
Controlled locations are locations where any kind of engineering or administrative control measure is introduced to make it inaccessible except to authorized personnel with appropriate laser safety training (e.g., tower-mounted terminals, fenced/secure areas of rooftops, locked rooms with strictly-controlled access, etc.). There are no special requirements for a KORUZA v2 Pro installed in a controlled area.
Warning: Do not look directly into the laser aperture from a short distance. Never use any optical instruments to view the laser beam.
Caution: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
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