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May Cheong Toy Products Fty. Ltd.
TEST REPORT
SCOPE OF WORK
RF TESTING–17159/82056
REPORT NUMBER
SZHH01265454-001
ISSUE DATE
June 21, 2018
PAGES
14
DOCUMENT CONTROL NUMBER
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Intertek Report No.: SZHH01265454-001
May Cheong Toy Products Fty. Ltd.
Application
For
Certification
FCC ID: PKG17159RC27
Product Name: Rock Hauler R/C Dump Truck
Model: 17159/82056
Transmitter
Report No.: SZHH01265454-001
We hereby certify that the sample of the above item is considered to comply with the
requirements of FCC Part 15, Subpart C for Intentional Radiator,
mention 47 CFR [10-1-17]
Prepared and Checked by:
Sign on file
Terry Tang
Senior Engineer
Approved by:
Digitally signed
by jimmy.wen
Location: Intertek
Testing Services
Jimmy Wen
Supervisor
Date: June 21, 2018
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The test results reported in this test report shall refer only to the sample actually tested and shall not refer or be deemed to refer to bulk from which such a sample
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may be said to have been obtained.
This report is for the exclusive use of Intertek's Client and is provided pursuant to the agreement between Intertek and its Client. Intertek's responsibility and liability
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are limited to the terms and conditions of the agreement. Intertek assumes no liability to any party, other than to the Client in accordance with the agreement, for
any loss, expense or damage occasioned by the use of this report. Only the Client is authorized to copy or distribute this report. Any use of the Intertek name or
one of its marks for the sale or advertisement of the tested material, product or service must first be approved in writing by Intertek. The observations and test
results referenced from this report are relevant only to the sample tested. This report by itself does not imply that the material, product, or service is or has ever
been under an Intertek certification program.
For Terms And Conditions of the services, it can be provided upon request.
The evaluation data of the report will be kept for 3 years from the date of issuance.
Intertek Testing Services Shenzhen Ltd. Longhua Branch
1F/2F, Building B, QiaoAn Scientific Technology Park, Shangkeng Community, Guanhu Subdistrict,
Longhua District, Shenzhen, P.R. China
Tel: (86 755) 8601 6288 Fax: (86 755) 8601 6751
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GENERAL INFORMATION
May Cheong Toy Products Fty. Ltd.
MODEL: 17159/82056
FCC ID: PKG17159RC27
Grantee:
Grantee Address:
Contact Person:
Tel:
Manufacturer:
Manufacturer Address:
Model:
Type of EUT:
Description of EUT:
Serial Number:
FCC ID :
Date of Sample Submitted:
Date of Test:
Report No.:
Report Date:
Environmental Conidtions:
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May Cheong Toy Products Fty. Ltd.
Unit 901-2, 9/F., East Ocean Centre, 98 Granville Road,
Tsimshatsui East Kowloon Hong Kong
Anson Wang
(769)8775 3128ext132
May Cheong Toy Products Fty. Ltd.
Unit 901-2, 9/F., East Ocean Centre, 98 Granville Road,
Tsimshatsui East Kowloon Hong Kong
17159/82056
Transmitter
Rock Hauler R/C Dump Truck
N/A
PKG17159RC27
June 15, 2018
June 19, 2018
SZHH01265454-001
June 21, 2018
Temperature: +10 to 40°C
Humidity: 10 to 90%
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SUMMARY OF TEST RESULT
May Cheong Toy Products Fty. Ltd.
MODEL: 17159/82056
FCC ID: PKG17159RC27
TEST SPECIFICATION
Maximum Peak Output Power
Hopping Channel Carrier Frequencies
Separation (for 2.4GHz Digital)
20dB Bandwidth of the Hopping Channel
Number of Hopping Frequencies
Average Time of Occupancy of Hopping
Frequency
Anteann Conducted Spurious Emissions
Radiated Spurious Emissions
RF Exposure Compliance
Transmitter Power Line Conducted
Emissions
Transmitter Field Strength (for 27MHz)
Transmitter Field Strength (for 40MHz)
Transmitter Field Strength, Bandwidth
and Timing Requirement (for Remote
Control)
Transmitter Field Strength, Bandwidth
and Timing Requirement (for 433MHz)
Transmitter Field Strength and
Bandwidth Requirement(for 88-108MHz)
Transmitter Field Strength and
Bandwidth Requirement(for 902928MHz or 2.4GHz)
Transmitter Field Strength and
Bandwidth Requirement (for 49MHz)
Receiver / Digital Device Radiated
Eissions
Digital Device Conducted Emissions
REFERENCE
RESULTS
15.247(b), (c) / RSS-210 A8.4
N/A
15.247(e) / RSS-210 A8.1
N/A
15.247(a) / RSS-210 A8.1
15.247(e) / RSS-210 A8.1
15.247(e) / RSS-210 A8.1
N/A
N/A
N/A
15.247(d) / RSS-210 A8.5
15.247(d) / RSS-210 A8.5
15.247(i) / RSS-Gen 5.5
15.207 / RSS-Gen 7.2.2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
15.227 / RSS-310 3.8
15.229 / RSS-210 A2.7
15.231(a) / RSS-210 A1.1.1
Pass
N/A
N/A
15.231(e) / RSS-210 A1.1.5
N/A
15.239 / RSS-210 A2.8
N/A
15.249 / RSS-210 A2.9
N/A
15.235 / RSS-310 3.9
N/A
15.109 / ICES-003
N/A
15.107 / ICES-003
N/A
Note: 1. The EUT uses a integral antenna, in accordance to section 15.203, is considered
sufficient to comply with the provisions of this section.
2. Pursuant to FCC part 15 Section 15.215(c), the 20 dB bandwidth of the emission was
contained within the frequency band designated (mentioned as above) which the EUT
operated. The effects, if any, from frequency sweeping, frequency hopping, other
modulation techniques and frequency stability over excepted variations in temperature
and supply voltage were considered.
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Table of Contents
1.0 General Description ............................................................................................. 5
1.1 Product Description............................................................................................. 5
1.2 Related Submittal(s) Grants ................................................................................ 5
1.3 Test Methodology ............................................................................................... 5
1.4 Test Facility......................................................................................................... 5
2.0
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
System Test Configuration............................................................................... 6
Justification ......................................................................................................... 6
EUT Exercising Software .................................................................................... 6
Special Accessories ............................................................................................ 6
Equipment Modification ....................................................................................... 6
Support Equipment List and Description .............................................................. 6
3.0 Emission Results ................................................................................................. 7
3.1 Field Strength Calculation ................................................................................... 7
3.2 Radiated Emission Configuration Photograph ..................................................... 8
3.3 Radiated Emission Data...................................................................................... 8
4.0
Equipment Photographs .................................................................................... 10
5.0
Product Labelling ............................................................................................... 10
6.0
Technical Specifications.................................................................................... 10
7.0
Instruction Manual ............................................................................................. 10
8.0 Miscellaneous Information ................................................................................ 10
8.1 Measured Bandwidth ........................................................................................ 11
8.2 Discussion of Pulse Desensitization .................................................................. 12
8.3 Calculation of Average Factor ........................................................................... 12
8.4 Emissions Test Procedures............................................................................... 13
8.4 Emissions Test Procedures (cont'd) .................................................................. 14
9.0 Test Equipment List ............................................................................................ 14
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1.0
General Description
1.1
Product Description
Intertek Report No.: SZHH01265454-001
The equipment under test (EUT) is a transmitter for a Rock Hauler R/C Dump
Truck operating at 27.145 MHz which is controlled by a crystal. The EUT is
powered by two 1.5V AA batteries. For more detail information pls. refer to the
user manual.
Antenna Type: integral antenna
Type of modulation: Pulse modulation
For electronic filing, the brief circuit description is saved with filename: descri.pdf.
1.2
Related Submittal(s) Grants
The receiver for this transmitter is exempted from the Part 15 technical rules per
15.101(b).
1.3
Test Methodology
1.4
Radiated emission measurements were performed according to the
procedures in ANSI C63.10 (2013). Radiated Emission measurement was
performed in a Semi-anechoic chamber. Preliminary scans were performed
in the Semi-anechoic chamber only to determine worst case modes. All
Radiated tests were performed at an antenna to EUT distance of 3 meters,
unless stated otherwise in the "Justification Section" of this Application.
Test Facility
The Semi-anechoic chamber and shielding room used to collect the radiated
data and conducted data are Intertek Testing Services Shenzhen Ltd.
Longhua Branch and located at 1F/2F, Building B, QiaoAn Scientific
Technology Park, Shangkeng Community, Guanhu Subdistrict, Longhua
District, Shenzhen, P.R. China. This test facility and site measurement data
have been fully placed on file with File Number: CN1188.
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2.0
System Test Configuration
2.1
Justification
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The system was configured for testing in a typical fashion (as a customer would
normally use it), and in the confines as outlined in ANSI C63.10 (2013).
The EUT was powered by two new 1.5V AA batteries during test.
For maximizing emissions below 30 MHz, the EUT was rotated through 360°,
the centre of the loop antenna was placed 1 meter above the ground, and the
antenna polarization was changed. For maximizing emission at and above 30
MHz, the EUT was rotated through 360°, the antenna height was varied from 1
meter to 4 meters above the ground plane, and the antenna polarization was
changed. This step by step procedure for maximizing emissions led to the data
report in Exhibit 3.0.
The unit was operated standalone and placed in the centre of the turntable.
The equipment under test (EUT) was configured for testing in a typical fashion
(as a customer would normally use it). The EUT was mounted to a plastic stand if
necessary and placed on the polystyrene turntable, which enabled the Senior
Engineer to maximize emissions through its placement in the three orthogonal
axes.
2.2
EUT Exercising Software
There was no special software to exercise the device. Once the unit is powered
up, it can transmit the RF signal continuously.
2.3
Special Accessories
There are no special accessories necessary for compliance of this product.
2.4
Equipment Modification
Any modifications installed previous to testing by May Cheong Toy Products
Fty. Ltd. will be incorporated in each production model sold/leased in the United
States.
No modifications were installed by Intertek Testing Services Shenzhen Ltd.
Longhua Branch.
2.5
Measurement Uncertainty
When determining of the test conclusion, the Measurement Uncertainty of test
has been considered.
2.6
Support Equipment List and Description
N/A.
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Emission Results
Data is included of the worst case configuration (the configuration which resulted
in the highest emission levels). A sample calculation, configuration photographs
and data tables of the emissions are included.
3.1
Field Strength Calculation
The field strength is calculated by adding the Antenna Factor and Cable Factor,
and subtracting the Amplifier Gain (if any), Average Factor (optional) from the
measured reading. The basic equation with a sample calculation is as follows:
FS = RA + AF + CF - AG - AV
where
FS = Field Strength in dBµV/m
RA = Receiver Amplitude (including preamplifier) in dBµV
CF = Cable Attenuation Factor in dB
AF = Antenna Factor in dB
AG = Amplifier Gain in dB
AV = Average Factor in dB
In the following table(s), the reading shown on the data table reflects the preamplifier
gain. An example for the calculations in the following table is as follows:
FS = RR + LF
where
FS = Field Strength in dBµV/m
RR = RA - AG - AV in dBµV
LF = CF + AF in dB
Assume a receiver reading of 52.0 dBµV is obtained. The antenna factor of
7.4 dB and cable factor of 1.6 dB are added. The amplifier gain of 29 dB and
average factor of 5 dB are subtracted, giving a field strength of 27 dBµV/m.
This value in dBµV/m was converted to its corresponding level in µV/m.
RA = 52.0 dBµV/m
AF = 7.4 dB
CF = 1.6 dB
AG = 29.0 dB
AV = 5.0 dB
FS = RR + LF
FS = 18 + 9 = 27 dBµV/m
RR = 18.0 dBµV
LF = 9.0 dB
Level in µV/m = Common Antilogarithm [(27 dBµV/m)/20] = 22.4 µV/m
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Radiated Emission Configuration Photograph
Worst Case Radiated Emission at 54.290 MHz
For electronic filing, the worst case radiated emission configuration photographs
are saved with filename: radiated photos.pdf.
3.3
Radiated Emission Data
The data on the following page lists the significant emission frequencies, the
limit and the margin of compliance. Numbers with a minus sign are below the
limit.
Judgment: Passed by 19.7dB
TEST PERSONNEL:
Sign on file
Terry Tang, Senior Engineer
Typed/Printed Name
June 19, 2018
Date
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Applicant: May Cheong Toy Products Fty. Ltd.
Date of Test: June 19, 2018
Model: 17159/82056
Worst Case Operating Mode:
Transmitting
Table 1
Radiated Emissions
Polarization Frequency Reading Pre- Antenna Average
Net
Limit
Margin
(MHz)
(dBµV) Amp Factor
Factor
at 3m
at 3m
(dB)
Gain
(dB)
(-dB)
(dBµV/m) (dBµV/m)
(dB)
Vertical
27.145
49.5
0.0
18.4
28.5
39.4
80.0
-40.6
Vertical
54.290
33.4
20.0
6.9
20.3
40.0
-19.7
Vertical
81.435
33.1
20.0
6.3
19.4
40.0
-20.6
Vertical
108.580
31.1
20.0
8.1
19.2
43.5
-24.3
Vertical
135.725
32.3
20.0
6.9
19.2
43.5
-24.3
Vertical
162.870
32.7
20.0
7.8
20.5
43.5
-23.0
Vertical
190.015
29.1
20.0
13.9
23.0
43.5
-20.5
NOTES:
1.
Peak Detector Data unless otherwise stated.
2. All measurements were made at 3 meters. Harmonic emissions not
detected at the 3-meter distances were measured at 0.3-meter and an
inverse proportional extrapolation was performed to compare the signal
level to the 3-meter limit. No other harmonic emissions than those
reported were detected at a test distance of 0.3-meter.
3. Negative sign in the column shows value below limit.
4. Loop antenna is used for the emissions below 30 MHz.
5. Emission is at least 33.14dB below the carrier level at the band edge
(26.96MHz and 27.28 MHz).
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Equipment Photographs
For electronic filing, the photographs are saved with filename: external photos.pdf
and internal photos.pdf.
5.0
Product Labelling
For electronics filing, the FCC ID label artwork and the label location are saved
with filename: label.pdf.
6.0
Technical Specifications
For electronic filing, the block diagram and schematic of the tested EUT are
saved with filename: block.pdf and circuit.pdf respectively.
7.0
Instruction Manual
For electronic filing, a preliminary copy of the Instruction Manual is saved with
filename: manual.pdf.
This manual will be provided to the end-user with each unit sold/leased in the
United States.
8.0
Miscellaneous Information
This miscellaneous information includes details of the measured bandwidth, the
test procedure and calculation of factors such as pulse desensitization and
averaging factor.
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Measured Bandwidth
The plot saved in bw.pdf which shows the fundamental emission is confined in
the specified band. And it also shows that the emission is at least 33.14dB
below the carrier level at the band edge (26.96MHz and 27.28 MHz). It meets
the requirement of Section 15.227(b).
Pursuant to FCC part 15 Section 15.215(c), the 20dB bandwidth of the emission
was contained within the frequency band designated (mentioned as above)
which the EUT operated. The effects, if any, from frequency sweeping,
frequency hopping, other modulation techniques and frequency stability over
excepted variations in temperature and supply voltage were considered.
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Discussion of Pulse Desensitization
The determination of pulse desensitivity was made in accordance with Hewlett
Packard Application Note 150-2, Spectrum Analysis ... Pulsed RF.
The effective period (Teff) was approximately 181.2µs for a digital "1" bit, as
shown in the plots of Exhibit 8.3. With a resolution bandwidth (3 dB) of 100
kHz, the pulse desensitivity factor was 0 dB.
8.3
Calculation of Average Factor
Averaging factor in dB = 20 log (duty cycle)
The specification for output field strengths in accordance with the FCC rules
specify measurements with an average detector. During testing, a spectrum
analyzer incorporating a peak detector was used. Therefore, a reduction factor
can be applied to the resultant peak signal level and compared to the limit for
measurement instrumentation incorporating an average detector.
The time period over which the duty cycle is measured is 100 milliseconds, or
the repetition cycle, whichever is a shorter time frame. The worst case (highest
percentage on) duty cycle is used for the calculation. The duty cycle is
measured by placing the spectrum analyzer in zero scan (receiver mode) and
linear mode at maximum bandwidth (3 MHz at 3 dB down) and viewing the
resulting time domain signal output from the analyzer on a Tektronix
oscilloscope. The oscilloscope is used because of its superior time base and
triggering facilities.
A plot of the worst-case duty cycle as detected in this manner are saved with
filename: af.pdf
The duty cycle is simply the on-time divided by the period:
The duration of one cycle = 89.130ms
Effective period of the cycle =181.2µs x13 + 746.4µs + 268.1µs = 3370.1µs
=3.3701ms
DC =3.3701ms / 89.130ms =0.0378 or 3.78%
Therefore, the averaging factor is found by 20 log10 (0.0378) =-28.5dB
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Emissions Test Procedures
The following is a description of the test procedure used by Intertek Testing
Services in the measurements of transmitters operating under Part 15, Subpart
C rules.
The test set-up and procedures described below are designed to meet the
requirements of ANSI C63.10 - 2013.
The transmitting equipment under test (EUT) is placed on a polystyrene
turntable which is four feet in diameter and approximately 0.8 meter in height
above the ground plane. During the radiated emissions test, the turntable is
rotated and any cables leaving the EUT are manipulated to find the
configuration resulting in maximum emissions. The EUT is adjusted through all
three orthogonal axes to obtain maximum emission levels. The antenna height
and polarization are varied during the testing to search for maximum signal
levels.
Detector function for radiated emissions is in peak mode. Average readings,
when required, are taken by measuring the duty cycle of the equipment under
test and subtracting the corresponding amount in dB from the measured peak
readings. A detailed description for the calculation of the average factor can
be found in Exhibit 8.3.
The frequency range scanned is from the lowest radio frequency signal
generated in the device which is greater than 9 kHz to the tenth harmonic of the
highest fundamental frequency or 40 GHz, whichever is lower.
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Emissions Test Procedures (cont'd)
The EUT is warmed up for 15 minutes prior to the test.
AC power to the unit is varied from 85% to 115% nominal and variation in the
fundamental emission field strength is recorded. If battery powered, a new,
fully charged battery is used.
Conducted measurements are made as described in ANSI C63.10 - 2013.
The IF bandwidth used for measurement of radiated signal strength was 10 kHz
for emission below 30 MHz and 120 kHz for emission from 30 MHz to 1000
MHz. Where pulsed transmissions of short enough pulse duration warrant, a
greater bandwidth is selected according to the recommendations of Hewlett
Packard Application Note 150-2. A discussion of whether pulse desensitivity is
applicable to this unit is included in this report (See Exhibit 8.2).
Transmitter measurements are normally conducted at a measurement distance
of three meters. However, to assure low enough noise floor in the restricted
bands, signals are acquired at a distance of one meter or less. All
measurements are extrapolated to three meters using inverse scaling, but those
measurements taken at a closer distance are so marked.
9.0 Equipment List
Equipment
No.
SZ185-01
SZ188-01
Equipment
EMI
Receiver
Anechoic
Chamber
Manufacturer
Model
No.
Serial No.
R&S
ESCI
100547
24-Jan-18
24-Jan-19
ETS
RFD-F/A100
4102
16-Jan-17
16-Jan-19
Cal. Date
Due Date
SZ062-02
RF Cable
RADIALL
RG 213U
--
8-Jan-18
8-Jul-18
SZ062-05
RF Cable
RADIALL
0.0426.5GHz
--
10-Mar-18
10-Sep-18
Electro-Metrics
EM-6876
217
11-May-18
11-May-19
ETS
3142E
00166158
20-Sep-17
20-Sep-18
SZ061-06
SZ061-12
Active Loop
Antenna
BiConiLog
Antenna
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