Emerson Fisher 4320 Installation And Operation Guide

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Spectrum Approvals
TopWorxt 4310 and Fisherr 4320 Wireless Position
Monitor Instruction Manual Supplement
Telecommunication Compliance
Generally speaking all wireless devices require certification to ensure that they adhere to regulations regarding the use
of the RF spectrum. Nearly every country requires this type of product certification. Emerson is working with
governmental agencies around the world in order to comply with country directives and laws that govern wireless
device usage.
General Information
The wireless position monitor transmits using radio frequencies in the 2.46 GHz range. As such, each country may
require a spectrum approval for devices that operate using radio frequencies.
The wireless position monitor has a 2dB gain antenna.
The 4310/4320 nameplate includes:
FCC ID: LW2RM2510
IC ID: 2731A-RM2510
CE Mark (indicates compliance to R&TTE Directive)
Australian C‐Tick Mark
The table on the following pages includes the countries that the 4310 and 4320 are permitted to operate in.
Specific countries may have additional markings, documentation, or requirements as indicated.
Related Documents
TopWorx 4310 Wireless Position Monitor Instruction Manual (D103391X012) (Obsolete document)
TopWorx 4310 Wireless Position Monitor, with On/Off Control Option Instruction Manual (D103622X102)
Fisher 4320 Wireless Position Monitor Instruction Manual (D103392X012) (Obsolete document)
Fisher 4320 Wireless Position Monitor, with On/Off Control Option Instruction Manual (D103621X102)
Instruction Manual Supplement
D103406X012
4310/4320 Spectrum Approvals
February 2015
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