Battery disposal and old devices
Do not expose the device to any shocks or other damage. Avoid high temperatures and fire or immersion in water. If parts of the device or the device are broken, stop using it and contact us. Never disassemble and/or short-circuit the camera. Keep the device away from small children. The device can be used between -25°C and +60°C. The temperature range for storage is between -30°C and 70°C. Failure to observe the temperature ranges may result in damage to the device.
Information on the disposal of used batteries - The following information is intended for those who use batteries or products with built-in batteries and no longer resell them in the form in which they were supplied (end users):
Taking back used batteries free of charge
Batteries may not be disposed of with household waste. You are legally obliged to return used batteries so that proper disposal can be guaranteed. You can dispose of used batteries at a municipal collection centre or at your local retailer. As a distributor of batteries, we are also obliged to take back used batteries, whereby our obligation to take back batteries is limited to used batteries of the type that we carry or have carried as new batteries in our range. You can therefore either return used batteries of the aforementioned type to us with sufficient postage or return them directly to our dispatch warehouse at the following address free of charge:
Göttweiger Str. 2, 3131
Meaning of the battery symbols
Batteries are labelled with the symbol of a crossed-out dustbin (see below). This symbol indicates that batteries must not be disposed of with household waste. For batteries that contain more than 0.0005 per cent mercury by mass, more than 0.002 per cent cadmium by mass or more than 0.004 per cent lead by mass, the chemical name of the pollutant used is located under the dustbin symbol - "Cd" stands for cadmium, "Pb" for lead and "Hg" for mercury."
Information on electronic devices
The following information is aimed at private households that use electrical and/or electronic appliances. Please follow these important instructions in the interests of environmentally friendly disposal of old appliances and your own safety.
Information on the disposal of electrical and electronic equipment and the meaning of the symbol in accordance with Annex 3 of the ElektroG: Owners of old appliances must dispose of them separately from unsorted municipal/household waste. Waste electrical and electronic equipment may therefore not be disposed of as unsorted municipal/household waste and in particular does not belong in household waste.
Instead, these old appliances must be collected separately and disposed of via the local collection and return systems, for example. Disposal of electrical appliances according to ElektroG Owners of old appliances must also separate old batteries and accumulators that are not enclosed by the old appliance before handing them in at a collection point/collection centre.
The latter does not apply if the waste appliances are separated from other waste appliances in accordance with Section 14 (5) sentences 2 and 3 ElektroG as part of the opting process by the public waste management authorities for the purpose of preparing them for reuse.
The symbol in Annex 3 of the ElektroG enables owners to recognise old appliances that are to be collected separately from unsorted municipal/household waste at the end of their service life. The symbol for the separate collection of electrical and electronic equipment represents a crossed-out wheeled bin and is designed as follows:
Information on the options for returning old appliances:
Owners of old appliances can hand them in at the facilities set up and available by public waste disposal organisations for the return or collection of old appliances to ensure that they are disposed of properly. It may also be possible to hand in electrical and electronic equipment there for the purpose of reuse. You can obtain more detailed information on this from the respective collection or take-back centre. You can view an online list of collection and take-back centres at the following link: https://www.ear-system.de/ear-verzeichnis/sammel-und-ruecknahmestellen .
Note on data protection
Some of the old devices to be disposed of contain sensitive personal data (e.g. on a PC or smartphone) that must not fall into the hands of third parties. We expressly point out that end users of old appliances are responsible for deleting personal data on the old appliances to be disposed of.
Note on our WEEE registration number
We are registered with the Stiftung Elektro-Altgeräte Register, Benno-Strauß-Str. 1, 90763 Fürth as a manufacturer of electrical and/or electronic equipment. No. 47651046
Please dispose of paper, cardboard and carton in the waste paper and film collection.
Declaration of conformity
ICUserver GmbH Göttweiger Str. 2, 3131 Inzersdorf-Getzersdorf declares that this device complies with the essential requirements and the relevant provisions of Directive 2014/53/EU.
You can find the declaration of conformity here
Details of the radio transmission:
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|1920 - 1980
|2110 - 2170
|1710 - 1785
|1805 - 1880
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|832 - 862
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