GeneralLaptop chargers / power adapters
- Only use the product as described in the user manual.
- The device is intended for home and office use, unless stated otherwise.
- When you connect the device to the mains, make sure it will not be damaged or subject to (high) pressure.
- The mains socket outlet must be close to the equipment and easily accessible.
- Never try to repair the device yourself.
- Do not apply external force on the cables.
- Do not unplug the device by pulling the power cable.
- Do not place the device near heating elements.
- Do not let the device come in contact with water or other liquids.
- If there is any strange sound, smoke or odor, remove the device immediately from the power outlet.
- Do not put any sharp objects into the venting hole of a product.
- Do not use any damaged cables (risk of electrical shock).
- Keep the product out of reach of children’s reach.
- To clean:; Wipe the product off with a dry soft cloth.
- Keep the power plug and outlet clean.
- Do not unplug the device from the power outlet with wet hands.
- Unplug the device when you don’t use it for a long time.
- For USB-C Chargers. Do not connect the USB-C cable of the charger to another USB-C charger.
- Make sure the device is disposed of in a proper manner after use. Please follow your countries’ regulation for the disposal of electronic goods.
Battery Operated Products
- Batteries must not be opened, overheated or come into contact with fire.
- Do not mix new and old batteries or different types of batteries.
- If batteries leak, do not touch the batteries and liquids.
- Follow your local for battery disposal regulations
Devices with external power adapter
- Only use the power adapter supplied with your device.
- Only use AC power from a standard wall outlet.
- Check that the wall socket supplies the same type of power as indicated on the power supply unit, both electrical voltage [V] and frequency [Hz].
- Before use, check that the power adapter, the connected cable and the wall socket are not damaged in any way.
- In case of lightning, disconnect the device from the mains.
- Unplug the power cord if you are not going to use the device for a long time.
- Limited wireless performance can be caused by:
- Metal objects near or between the receiver and the transmitter.
- Empty batteries.
- Other wireless devices nearby.
- The wireless reach is limited when the signal has to pass through concrete walls and floors.
- There is no guarantee that electromagnetic interference will not occur in a certain situation.
- Be careful when using wireless devices if you have a pacemaker or are dependent on other life-saving sensitive electronic equipment, as the device transmits radio signals.
Audio devices (speakers, headsets, in-ear plugs)
- To avoid damage to your hearing, do not set the volume too high.
- Do not listen through headphones for a long time. Take a 15 minute break every hour to protect your hearing.
Workspace and input devices
- Avoid working in the same position for long periods of time.
- Alternate sitting and standing work regularly.
- Ensure a good balance between work and relaxation.
- Make sure that your mouse and keyboard are placed properly so that your wrists, elbows and shoulders are under minimal stress.
- Use a monitor stand for a good posture.
- Instead of the mouse you can use shortcut keys, which works faster and more comfortably.
- Do not let your click finger hover over the mouse buttons, let it rest gently on the mouse button, this will relieve your finger.
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