BHXX Bling Helmet with Bluetooth User Manual Users Manual Shenzhen Qianhai Livall IoT Technology Co., Ltd.

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BH&MT
BH + MT Series
Quick Start Guide
www.livall.com
I.Introduction
Thank you for choosing the LIVALL Smart Helmet. This Guide will instruct you on how to use this product. LIVALL
follows the strategy of sustainable development. This Manual will be updated from time to time. If you need more
detailed instructions, please see the "Important Information and Warranty Card" annex. You can also learn more
about the helmet on LIVALL's official website.
Speaker
Back
Front
Microphone
"+"Button
" □ "Button
"-"Button
Charging port
Speaker
Tail light
Main control
Buckle
Front chinstrap
Adjustment knob
Rear chinstrap
Note: The picture is for reference only. If the actual product appears different from the picture, the real product shall prevail.
II. Packing List
Helmet x 1
Product tag x 1
Quick Start Guide x 1
Bling remote controller x 1
USB charging cable x 1 		
Important Information and Warranty Card x 1
III. Wearing Instructions
Incorrect
Incorrect
Correct
Adjust the length of the
chinstrap
Leave a gap as thick
as one finger
Correctly position the
helmet
Check whether the buckle is
properly fastened
IV. Operating Instructions(Please charge the battery before use.)
Start-Up
" □ " function button
Press the " □ " button for
3-to-5 seconds
POWER ON
You will hear a voice saying
"POWER ON".
Orange light
The orange tail light will blink
twice indicating Start-Up was
successful.
Change the language of the voice
prompt
(the default language is English)
To switch the language of the voice
prompt, follow the procedure
below when in normal standby
mode and disconnected from a
phone(currently only English and
Chinese are supported).
"-" button
First hold the "-" button
"-" button
"+" button
Then press the "+" button to
switch between languages.
Connecting for the first time or switching devices
One helmet can be connected to up to three LIVALL-authorized devices at the same time. After the handlebar
remote control is connected, press the "left" or "right" button to control the helmet’s corresponding indicator light.
1. Connecting for the first time
≤5m
Two "beeps"
2. Replacing device
Turn on the device, which should
be within 5 meters of the helmet.
It will automatically connect the
helmet.
Two "beeps"
Place a device that is already ON
near the helmet's main control.
When the warming light flashes
and the helmet speakers emit two
"beeps", it indicates that there is a
device nearby requiring connection
to the helmet.
After the connection is established, it
will be confirmed with two "beeps".
" □ " function button
Press the " □ " button on the helmet
within 10 seconds after you hear
the beeps and confirm connection
to the device.
Connect to the phone
(Tip: Once connected, it can control the music player as well as make and receive calls. To ensure
the stability of the connection, please try to position your mobile phone in front of you.)
Helmet Headset
" □ " function
button
"Click to
connect"
"Connected"
"Pairing..."
When the device is off, press and
hold the " □ " button until you hear
the "Pairing..." sound.
Swith on the Bluetooth on your
phone and scan for the "Helmet
Headset" device.
Click to connect. The speakers
on both sides will make the
"Connected" sound when the
connection is completed.
After the connection is completed, you can play music as well as make and answer calls as follows
To Play/Pause Music:
Press the " □ " button on the helmet or the handlebar remote control to play/pause music.
Adjust Volume:
When calls are made or music is played, press the "+/-" buttons on the helmet to adjust the
		speaker volume.
Previous Song/Next Song: Press the "up/down" buttons on the handlebar remote control or press and hold "+/-" buttons on
the 				
helmet to cycle through the music.
When there's an incoming call, press the " □ " button to answer the call or press and hold to
		hang up.
Answer/Reject Calls:
Dial Back: 		
Two quick presses of the " □ " button on the handlebar remote control or helmet to redial 		
the last outgoing call.
Connect LIVALL Riding phone App
(for use the Walkie-Talkie function and take photos)
For Android: Start LIVALL Riding. The App
will automatically connect to the helmet;
For IOS: Follow LIVALL Riding guide to connect
to the helmet.
After the connection is completed, select a contact in the App and press the Walkie-Talkie button on the handlebar
remote control to speak to the contact; press the camera button to activate the phone camera to take pictures.
Power Off
" □ " function button
Press and hold the " □ " function
button for 3 seconds.
"POWER OFF"
You will hear "POWER OFF".
Orange
light
The tail light will flash once in
orange indicating the helmet is
POWERED OFF.
Charging
0.5A
USB port
3 HRS
Red light
To charge
Charging time
Charging complete
Plug the USB charging cable into
the USB port on the helmet. The
tail charging light is illuminated in
red, indicating that the helmet is
being charged.
It is recommended that the power
of the charger is no less than 0.5A.
Charging time takes about 3hours.
When the charging indicator light
turns off, it indicates that charging
is complete.
V. Technical Specifications
Bluetooth :		
BT 4.1 + HFP/HSP/A2DP
Bluetooth distance :
Max. 10 meters
Charging port :
Micro USB
Electricity parameter :
DC 5V/0.5A
Charging time :
3 hours
Battery life :		
The max. battery life of the light is 10 hours. Listening time for music is 3-to-6 hours.
Standby duration:
Max. 180 days
Temperature :
Temperature for use: 0°C~40°C. Temperature for storage: -20~60°C
LIVALL's website :
www.livall.com
Instruction version :
V2.1 ENQ
Performance standards:
USA:		
•
CPSC1203:1998, FCC Part 15 Rules
•
•
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Europe:
Australia:
EN 62479:2010, EN 301 489-1 V1.9.2 (2011-09), EN 301 489-17 V2.2.1 (2012-09),
EN 300 328 V1.8.1 2012-06, EN 60950-1:2006+A11:2009+A1:2010+A12:2011
AS/NZS 2063:2008+A1:2009, AS/NZS CISPR 22:2009+A1:2010, AS/NZS 4268: 		
2012+A1:2013, Radiation Protection Series Publication No. 3
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Designed and Manufactured in Shenzhen, China
345-BH60SE-A0EN
Important Information
and Warranty Card
www.livall.com
LIVALL Important Information and Warranty Card
Please read the Manual before using the product and keep it for future reference.
I. Introduction and Declaration
Before using a LIVALL helmet, please read all operating instructions and safety information in this Manual
to ensure safe and proper use.
LIVALL adheres to a strategy of sustainable development. This Manual (i.e., the Important Information and
Warranty Card) will be updated from time to time, therefore, LIVALL reserves the right to make changes
and improvements to any of the products described herein. The content of the Instructions shall be
provided subject to the status of the products being manufactured. Unless otherwise specified in the
applicable law, no explicit or tacit guarantee shall be made to the accuracy, reliability and content of this
document.
LIVALL reserves all rights. Without the prior written permission from LIVALL, it is prohibited to reproduce,
deliver, distribute and store the contents of this document in any form.
In case any problems are encountered while using this product, please contact our after-sales service for
assistance.
Product availability and related software and accessories may vary by region. For details, please consult
our local distributors.
The product may contain components and technical software that are controlled by export laws
and regulations of China as well as other countries and regions. Any transfer in violation of the law is
prohibited.
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II.Safety Precautions
Please read the following simple guidelines. Failure to comply with these guidelines may be dangerous or
break the law.
Keep the product out of reach of children and pets:
1.
Keep the product and all components out of reach of children and pets. Children and pets may
swallow small parts, which may cause choking or other dangers.
Turn on only when safe:
2.
When use of electronic products is restricted or their use will cause interference or danger, please
do not turn on the product.
Road safety:
3.
Please observe all related local traffic laws and regulations. Road safety should be considered a
priority when using the product.
Interference:
4.
All wireless devices may be susceptible to interference, which could affect performance.
Turn off the helmet near medical equipment:
5.
Hospitals and healthcare facilities may use devices that are sensitive to wireless frequencies. Please
follow all regulations.
Helmet should be switched off on aircraft:
6.
Please comply with all related restrictions as wireless devices may interfere with aircraft systems.
Helmet should be switched off in gas stations:
7.
Please do not use this product in gas stations or in areas near fuels, chemicals, etc.
Helmet should be switched off in areas near where blasting is being carried out:
8.
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9.
10.
Comply with all related regulations and do not use this product in areas where blasting is in
progress.
Accessories and batteries:
Use only our approved accessories and batteries as other accessories and batteries may damage
the product and be dangerous.
Connecting to other devices:
When connecting the product to other devices, read the instructions of the other device for
detailed safety instructions. Do not connect incompatible products.
III.Safety Precautions for Battery Use
Do not dispose of used batteries in general waste. For areas where there are regulations on
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3.
4.
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recycling and disposal of used batteries, please comply with the related local regulations and help
protect the environment.
Do not short circuit the batteries. When a metallic object (such as keys, jewelry, wires, coins or other
conductive materials) inadvertently connects the positive and negative terminals of the batteries, a
short circuit will occur. A short circuit may damage the battery or the connector, and may result in
property damage or personal injury. Please put charged batteries in an appropriate place, paying
particular attention to those in your pocket, wallet or other place where there might be metal
objects.
Do not throw batteries into a fire or place them in a high temperature environment so as to avoid
battery leakage, overheating, explosion or fire.
Do not disassemble, solder or modify the batteries; do not put the battery in locations subject to
strong mechanical impact or hit the battery with a hard object, which will cause battery leakage,
5.
6.
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9.
overheating, explosion or fire.
It is strictly prohibited to disassemble, crush, heat or burn built-in batteries; sharp objects,
screwdrivers, etc. are forbidden from piercing or prying open the batteries. These actions may
cause the battery to ignite or burn.
If a battery's electrolyte gets into your eyes, there is a risk of blindness. If the electrolyte is
accidentally splashed into your eyes, do not rub your eyes. Immediately flush thoroughly with
clean water and contact a hospital for treatment; in case a weak battery's electrolyte comes into
contact with skin or clothes, wash immediately with soap and clean water, and consult a doctor
immediately if necessary.
Do not use the battery for other purposes. Never use a damaged charger or battery. In case of
overheating, discoloration, deformation, bulging, leakage and other anomalies that occur when
batteries are in use, being charged or in storage, please stop using and replace so as to avoid safety
issues.
Batteries are not waterproof. Do not use or charge a battery in the kitchen, bathroom or other hot
and humid location.
When a battery is being charged, its temperature will rise. Please do not put the battery and
combustibles (e.g.: bedding, clothing, books, etc.) together in case of fire.
IV. USB Cable Precautions
When connecting the USB cable to your helmet, make sure that you are inserting or connecting it
1.
2.
with the correct side facing up.
Forcibly inserting a USB cable or improperly connecting it will damage the charging port or other
parts.
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V.Warning and Important Tips (For Helmets)
This helmet is designed especially for use with bicycles. Do not use it with motorcycles, motor1.
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
mounted bicycles or other sports equipment or during other sporting activities.
No safety helmet can completely avoid all unforseen impacts. Yet to achieve the best protective
effect, the size of the helmet must be well fitted and make sure to fasten the buckle.
When children are climbing or engaged in other activities where it's possible for them to become
stuck or be strangled due to the use of the helmet, do not use.
Do not make any modifications to the helmet. Use only a towel with mild soapy water or water
at room temperature to wipe the helmet clean. Soaking it in water to wash is prohibited. The
use of any other solvents, paints or cleaning chemicals may damage the helmet and degrade its
protective effectiveness in an accident.
If the helmet is subject to a heavy blow (even if it appears undamaged), or in case of structural
deformation or deterioration in the helmet due to long-term exposure to high temperatures during
storage, please destroy and replace it.
Helmets are often exposed to sun and rain. We recommend you destroy and replace it every two
years for your own safety; if there's any damage to the helmet, please destroy and replace it.
The product's waterproof properties are for short-periods during which it is only splashed with
water. Please try to avoid using in the rain so as to prevent damaging the functions.
VI.Other Important Safety Information
For your safety, please use original accessories approved by LIVALL. Accessories can be purchased
1.
from local distributors authorized by LIVALL.
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2.
3.
4.
Do not charge the helmet continuously for more than 12 hours.
Unqualified persons must not disassemble this product, its batteries or other accessories. In case
of any malfunction in the product, its batteries or accessories, please contact LIVALL’s local sales
center.
When using products with a light, do not shine it into the eyes of people or animals nearby.
Flashing lights into the eyes of those in close proximity may cause temporary loss of sight or visual
impairment.
VII.Products and Accessories
Do not use or store the product in dusty or dirty areas as dust may cause the product to
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malfunction.
Do not use or store the product in very hot areas. High temperatures will shorten the life of
electronic devices, damage batteries and warp or melt certain plastics.
Do not use or store the product in extremely cold areas. Otherwise, when the ambient temperature
is raised to room temperature, moisture will form inside the device, damaging the circuit board.
Please avoid dropping, knocking or shaking the product. Rough treatment will damage its internal
functions, degrade its protective effectiveness or damage its internal electronic components.
Do not keep a fully charged battery connected to a charger for extended periods of time as
overcharging may shorten the battery's life.
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VIII.Environmental Protection Information
Table of Toxic or Hazardous Substances, Elements and Contents.
Environmental Protection Use Period of the Parts:
Product – 3 years;
battery – 5 years;
accessories – 10 years
The Environmental Protection Use Period marked on this product indicates the safe period of use for the
product under conditions of use specified in this Manual without toxic or hazardous substance leakage.
Toxic or
Hazardous Body
Substances
and
Elements
(Pb)
Part Name
Battery Accessories
(Hg)
(Cd)
(Cr6+)
(PBB)
(PBDE)
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Tips for Using the Warranty Card
By embracing the principle of "The Customer is the Focus", we fully protect your rights. Please note the
following information:
Please bring your valid warranty certificate and original invoice, which shall be completed by the
1.
distributor of the helmet and stamped with the official seal, and may not be altered, otherwise it
will be deemed as invalid. The serial number sticker on the helmet shall not be destroyed, otherwise
the warranty will be invalidated.
If the product is eligible for replacement, only the faulty part(s) may be replaced; if the battery
2.
was at fault, only the battery will be replaced; other parts such as the decorative nameplate and
packaging materials may not be replaced; Consumable parts should be replaced for a fee.
In case of any damage due to reasons unrelated to the quality of the product (i.e. exposure to
3.
severe dampness and liquid, damages from drops or falls and improper use, etc.); or any damage to
the product due to unauthorized disassembly; or taking to any other repair centers not designated
by LIVALL; or any product beyond warranty period; LIVALL will provide maintenance and repair
services and charge an appropriate fee accordingly.
Some problems might be incurred by exposure to severe dampness and liquid, severe damages
4.
and any alteration or modification. In cases where the product can be used normally before
maintenance, but performs abnormally thereafter, it shall be deemed as an unrecoverable fault, for
which LIVALL will not be responsible for returning the product to its former condition.
In order to provide better service for you, please take good care of your warranty card, purchase
5.
certificate and maintenance documents.
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LIVALL's Warranty Details
I.Warranty Details
If there is any discrepancy or omission between the following and any national policy, the national
1.
2.
3.
policy shall prevail.
The warranty time is 1 year after purchase. Any quality problem can be maintained for free or it can
be replaced within 30 days after purchase if re-sale is available.
LIVALL bears no responsibility for warranty over other product components. i.e, the Quick Start
Guide, Warranty Card, etc.
II.Warranty Description
The warranty services are only valid under conditions of normal use. In case of any damage caused by
reasons unrelated to product quality or any of the following circumstances, warranty services shall not be
provided. But paid maintenance may be carried out:
The warranty period expires;
1.
There is no valid invoice or warranty certificate, unless it can be otherwise proved that the product
2.
is within the validity date of the warranty period;
The details on the warranty certificate do not match the specific goods or are altered;
3.
Any damage caused by use, maintenance or care that contravenes the guidelines of the product's
4.
instruction manual;
Any damage caused due to disassembly by non- LIVALL designated service centers;
5.
Any damage caused by force majeure;
6.
The product's natural wear and tear, such as on housing, buttons, paint, accessories, etc.
7.
Any malfunction, defect or flaw not caused by LIVALL.
8.
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NOTE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
-Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is onnected.
-Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user's authority to operate the equipment. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation
is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
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WARNING
This helmet is intended for use for biking, skateboarding, inline skating. Not for motor vehicle use. The
helmet is intended to reduce the risk of injuries to the head when an accident happens but it cannot
protect against every kind of injuries. Do not make any changes to the helmet that might impair its
protective capacity. Never use stickers,glue, paint or anything else that might impair the protective
capacity of the helmet. The helmet should only be used for activities mentioned above and not for
climbing trees or other activities where the helmet could fasten. Choose a size that fits comfortably on
the head and adjust the chinstrap so that the helmet sits securely if an accident happens. The helmet
should be adjusted to fit the user. The straps should be positioned so that they do not cover the ears,
the buckle should be positioned away from the jawbone,the straps and buckle should be adjusted to be
both comfortable and firm. The helmet should be positioned in the right way on the head to ensure the
intended protection is provided. lt should be placed so as to protect the forehead and not be pushed
too far over the back of the head. Make sure the buckle is positioned under the chin. lnspect the helmet
regularly and if you find deep scratches in the shell you should discard the helmet as there is a risk that
the shell could crack in an accident. A very strong impact in connection with an accident could heve
damaged the inner impact absorbing layer. Even though the damage is not visible from outside the
helmet should be discarded. Do not use the helmet if you find any damages on it.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE AND CARE
A. No Helmet can protect the wearer against all possible impacts.
B. The Helmet is designed to be restrained by a strap under the lower jaw.
C. To be effective, a Helmet must fit and be worn correctly. To check for correct fit, place helmet on head
and make any adjustments indicated. Securely fasten retention system. Grasp the Helmet and try to
rotate it to the front and rear. A correctly fitted helmet should be comfortable and should not move
forward to obscure vision or rearward to expose the forehead.
D. No attachments should be made to the Helmet except those recommended by the manufacturer.
E. The Helmet is designed to absorb shock by partial destruction of the shell and liner. This damage may
not be visible.Therefore if subject to a severe blow, the Helmet should be destroyed and replaced even
if it appears undamaged.
F. The Helmet may be damaged and rendered ineffective by petroleum and petroleum products, cleaning
agents, paints, adhesives, and the like. Without the damage being visible to the user.
G. A Helmet has a limited lifespan in use and should be replaced when it shows obvious signs of wear.
H. This helmet should NOT be used bu children while climbing or doing activities where there is a risk of
hanging or strangulation if the child gets trapped while wearing the helmet.
I. Use only mild soaps and warm water to clean the helmet, straps and pads. DO NOT sue chemicals,
solvents or paints.
Australia Add: 62 Jeffs Road, Dairy Flat Highway, Auckland
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Administrative Regulations on Low Power Radio Waves Radiated Devices warning
Article 12
Without permission granted by the NCC, any company, enterprise, or user is not allowed to change
frequency, enhance transmitting power or alter original characteristic as well as performance to a
approved low power radio-frequency devices.
Article 14
The low power radio-frequency devices shall not influence aircraft security and interfere legal
communications; If found, the user shall cease operating immediately until no interference is achieved.
The said legal communications means radio communications is operated in compliance with the
Telecommunications Act.
The low power radio-frequency devices must be susceptible with the interference from legal
communications or ISM radio wave radiated devices.
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LIVALL Warranty Card
To Be Completed Upon Purchase
Product model
________________
Related accessories
Bar code of product
________________
Bar code of accessories ______________________
______________________
Distributor's name (with seal upon purchase)
________________________________________
Purchase date
Other info. _______________________________
________________
Below Is To Be Completed By Customer
Customer name
________________
Tel. (with area code)
Correspondence address
________________
_______________________________
______________________
Postcode
Invoice No. ___________________________________________________________________
Description of the fault(s)
_________
_________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
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Designed and Manufactured
in Shenzhen, China
Notified Body:
ITS Testing Services (UK) Ltd., Centre Court, Meridian Business Park, Leicester LE19 1WD No. 0362
Original design manufacturer:
Shenzhen Qianhai LIVALL IoT Technology Co., Ltd.
Address: 			
904, R&D Building Tsinghua Hi-Tech Park, NanShan, Shenzhen, China
Postal code: 		
518057
Website: 		www.livall.com
E-mail:
		[email protected]
Version No.:
V2.0 FW
For support or assistance, contact: [email protected]
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