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EX3DV4k SNZS736
April 26, 2016
DASY/EASY - Parameters of Probe: EX3DV4 - SN:3736
Calibration Parameter Determined in Head Tissue Simulating Media
Relative Conductivity Depth 5 Unc
fiMHz) ° Permitt yF (Sim) F ConvF x CoerF v ConvF 2 Alpha ° (mm) (k=2)
850 41.5 0.92 9.17 9.17 9.17 0.15 1.42 :12.0%
1450 40.5 1.20 8.07 8.07 3.07 0.32 0.80 212.0 %
1900 40.0 1.40 7.45 7.45 7.45 0.32 0.87 112.0 %
2300 39.5 1.67 7.17 7.17 7.17 0.34 0.80 212.0 %
2450 39.2 1.80 6,83 6.88 6.88 0.25 1.04 s 12.0 %
5250 35.9 4.71 4.57 4.57 4.57 0.35 1.00 :131 %
5600 35.5 5.07 4.29 4.29 4.29 0.40 1.30 113.1 %
5750 35.4 5.22 4.44 4.44 4.44 0.45 1.00 s 13.1 %
0 Frequency valld1iy above 300 MHz of e 100 MHz only applres fur 045v y4 4 and higher (see Page 2). else t is resmcled ID i 50 MHz The
uncertainty is the RSS ol the ConvF uncenarnty at calrbratron frequency and the uncertainty lortbe 1ndicaied frequency band Frequency ya1iclrty
be1ow 300 MHz rs : 10. 25, 40, 50 and 70 MHz 1br ConvF assessments at 30, 64. 120. 150 and 220 MHz respectively Above 5 GHz lreouency
val1dlty can be extended to t 110 MHZ
’ At irequenctes below 3 GHz. the valrdrty oltrssue parameters (0 and cr) can be relaxed to 2 10% illiquid compensation lormuia is applied in
measured SAR vatues Atlreuuencies above 3 GHz. the val1dtty of tissue parameters (a and c) is restricted to a 5%. The uncertarnly is the RSS ol
ihe ConvF uncenamty for 1nd1caied large! ussue paiamelers.
G Alpha/Damn are detemrlned durlng calibration. SPEAG warrants that the remaining dewalinn due to the boundary effect alter compensation is
always less than : 1% for lrequencres below 3 GHz and be1cw 1 2%forirequenc1es between 3-5 GHz at any disiance larger than nalrlne probe up
diameter lrom the boundary
Cerlificate N0: EX3-37367Apr16
P39650111
EX3DV47 SN:3736
April 26. 2016
DASYIEASY - Parameters of Probe: EX3DV4 - SN:3736
Calibration Parameter Determined in Body Tissue Simulating Media
Relative Conductivity Depth 5 Unc
r (MHz) C Permittivi F (Slm) F ConvF x ConvF Y ConvF 2 Alpha 5 (mm) (k=2l
850 55.2 0.99 9.08 9.08 9.08 0.46 0.85 a 12.0 %
1450 54.0 1.30 7.92 7.92 7.92 0.29 0.80 2 12.0 %
1900 53.3 1.52 7.15 7.15 7.15 0.35 0.91 :12.0 %
2300 52.9 1.81 7.22 7.22 7.22 0.38 0.80 1 12.0 %
2450 52.7 1.95 6.96 6.96 6.96 0.35 0.80 :120 %
5250 48.9 5.36 3.92 3.92 3.92 0.50 1.90 a 13.1 %
5600 48.5 5.77 3.48 3.48 3.48 0.50 1.90 113.1 %
5750 48.3 5.94 3.60 3.60 3.60 0.60 1.90 113.1 %
C Frequency validity above 300 MHz of a 100 MHz only applies tor DASY v4 4 and higher (see Page 2), else it is restncied to a 50 MHz. The
uncertainty is the R35 ol the CunvF uncertainty at calibration irequerlcy and the uncertainty lor the indicated irequency band Frequency validity
below 300 MHz is a 10, 25, 4o, 50 and 70 MHz tor ConvF assessments at 30, 54, 128, 150 and 220 MHZ respectively. Above 5 GHz irequeney
validity can be extended to 1:110 MHz,
‘ At irequencies below 3 GHz, the validity oi tissue parameters to and a') can be relaxed to s 10% ii liouid compensation formula is applied to
measured SAR values At lreouencies above 3 GHz, the validity or tissue parameters (2 and a) is restricted to s 5%, The uncertainty isthe RSS at
the ConvF uncertainty for indicated target tissue parameters
5 Alpha/Depth are determined during Cailbratlon SPEAG warrants that the remaining deviation due to the boundary etiect attercomperisation is
always less than i 1% for frequencies below 3 GHz and below i 2% for frequencies between 3—6 GHI at any distance larger than hall the probe tip
diameter ironi the boundary.
Certificate No: EX3-37357Apr16
Page60f11
EXSDV4— SNZ3736
Frequency Response of E-Field
(TEM-Cell:
110 EXX, Waveguide: R22)
April 26, 2016
Frequency response (normalized)
0V5 ' ‘
Uncenainty of Frequency Response of E-field: : 63% (k=2)
1000
E»!
i i
1500 2000
I}
R22
Certificate No: EX3-37367Apr76
Page 7 of 11
EXSDVA— SN:3736
f=600
135'
x.‘
April 26. 2016
Receiving Pattern (4)), 9 = 0°
MHZ,TEM
. 315
f=1800 MHZ,R22
us '
‘59 .
. ‘ v - ,
:25 . m
, , i “770"” ,
o u u 4
Tot x v z
600 MHz
1300 MHZ
Uncertainty of Axial lsotropy Assessment: 1 0.5% (k=2)
Certificate No: EX3—3736_Apr16
Pagesom
EXSDV4— SN:3736
Dynamic Range f(SARhead)
(TEM cell , raw: 1900 MHz)
105,
105--
‘104
Input Signal [W]
103.
10’
\ \ >
1 03 10‘2 10‘ 103 10’ 1 DZ
SAR [mW/c m3]
II El
not compensated oom pensated
Error [dB]
r 4L4 T4
'7 ‘ w w ‘ w 1 w t
104 1072 10-! 1m 101 102 103
SAR [mW/cm3]
fl LL
not compensated compensated
Uncertainty of Linearity Assessment: i 0.6% (k=2)
April 26‘ 2016
Certificate No: EX3-37367Apr16 Page 9 of 11
EXSDV‘F SN:3736
April26. 2016
Conversmn Factor Assessment
f= 850 MHz,WGLS R9 (H_convf-') f= 1900 MHz.WGLS R22 (H_conVF)
An» 35
35 an
\ 'x
\ ‘ ~.
g“: 1 hi '1
in i E »
g > i g ‘5;
‘sf 3
.m _ .’
-. 2
D5 \ "l 5|
m, .-. _ ‘ -J D. - -451... H.
.5...mg..wnsm.x.wasw
L L A m, l
M» m... W. m...
Deviation from lsotropy in Liquid
Error (at, 9), f = 900 MHz
Deviation
-1.0 -0.8 -O.6 -D.4 -0.2 0.0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0
Uncertainty of Spherical Isotropy Assessment: t 2.6% (k=2)
Certificate No: EX3-3736_Apr16 Page 10 of 11
EX3DV4— SN:3736 April 26, 2016
DASYIEASY - Parameters of Probe: EX3DV4 - SN:3736
Other Probe Parameters
Sensor Arrangement Triangular
Connector Angle (”) 39.8
Mechanical Surface Detection Mode enabled
Optical Surface Detection Mode disabled
Probe Overall Length 337 mm
Probe Body Diameter 10 mm
Tip Length 9 mm
Tip Diameter 2.5 mm
Probe Tip to Sensor X Calibration Point 1 mm
Probe Tip to Sensor Y Calibration Point 1 mm
Probe Tip to SensorZ Calibration Point 1 mm
Recommended Measurement Distance from Surface 1.4 mm
Certificate No: EX3-37367Apr15 Page 11 of 11
Calibration Laboratory of \x‘wr
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Schmid & Partner SE VIM; C Service sulsse o'ecetonnsge
Engineering AG 7 R s S Servixio svizzerc di tarntura
Zeughausstrasse 43, 5004 Zurich, Switzerland 1,, l/x'x\§ Swiss Calibration Service
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Accredtled by the Swiss Accredllation Servtce (SAS) Aoereoitatien No.: SOS 0108
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Multilateral Agreement to! the mcognitlon of calibration certificates
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CALIBRATION CERTIFICATE
Object ESSDVS - SN:3168
Calibration proceduretS) QA CAL—01x9, QA CAL-23.v5, QA CAL-25.V6
Calibration procedure for dosimetric E—field probes
Calibratlon date. September 28, 2015
This calibration certificate documents lhe traceahllny to national standards whlch realize the physical units 01 measurements (SI)
The measurements and the unoerlairities with confidence probability are glven on the followlng pages and are part of the caniflcale
All calibrations have been conducted In the Closed labomtory facility: environment temperature (22 : 3)“C and humidity < 70%
Calibration Equipment used (M&TE critical for calibration)
Prlrnary Standards ID Cat Date (Certlflcate No.) Scheduled Calibration
Power meter E44193 (3541293874 01-Apr-15 (No. 217-02128) Mar-16
Power sensor E44121 MY41498087 01»Apr—15 (No, 217—02128) Marels
Reference 3 dB Attenuator SN: 55054 (30) 01-Apr715 (No. 21702129) Mare16
Reierence 20 dB Attenuator SN: $5277 (20X) OieApM 5 (No. 217-02132) Mare16
Reierence 30 dB Attenuator SN: $5129 (30b) 01-Apre15 (No. 217432133) MaMB
Relerence Probe ESBDVZ ‘ 013 30-Dec-14 (No. E53»3013,Dec111) Dec-15
DAEA 14»Jan-15 (No. DAEArfifioiJantS) Janie
Secondary Standards ID Check Date tin house) Scheduled Check
RF generator HP 5643c USSGAZUOWOO 4AAu9799 (In house check Apr-13) In house check: Aprvts
Network Anatyzer HP 8753E usaneosas 13-Oct-01 (in house check can) In house check eons
Name Functton Slgnature
Calibrated by' mas Etneouq Laboratory Tmhnician
Approved by Katja Pokwic Teetmiont Manager W q
Issued: September so. 2015
This calibration certificate shall not be reproduced except tn lull without written approval or the laboratory,
Certificate No: ES3~31GBVSep15 Page 1 of 11
Calibration Laboratory of
Schmid & Partner
Engineering AG
Zeugtiausstrasse 43. 8004 Zurich. Switzerland
5 Schweimerischer xaiibrierdiensi
C Service suisse d'étalonnage
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Swiss Calibration Service
Accredited by the Swiss Accreditation Servrce (SAS) Accreditation No.2 $68 01 08
The Swiss Accreditation Service is one of the signatories to the EA
Multilateral Agreement car the recognition of calibration certificates
Glossary:
TSL tissue simulating liquid
NORMx,y,z sensitivity in free Space
ConvF sensitivity in TSL I NORMx,y,z
DCP diode compression point
CF crest factor (1Iduty_cyc|e) of the RF signal
A, B. C, D modulation dependent Iinearization parameters
Polarization ti) o rotation around probe axis
Polarization 9 8 rotation around an axis that is in the plane normal to probe axis (at measurement center).
i.e.. S = 0 is normal to probe axis
Connector Angle information used in DASY system to align probe sensor X to the robot coordinate system
Calibration is Performed According to the Following Standards:
a)
b)
C)
d)
IEEE Std 1528-2013, “IEEE Recommended Practice for Determining the Peak Spatial-Averaged Specific
Absorption Rate (SAR) in the Human Head from Wireless Communications Devices: Measurement
Techniques", June 2013
IEC 62209-1. "Procedure to measure the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for hand-held devices used in close
proximity to the ear (frequency range of 300 MHz to 3 GHz)". February 2005
IEC 62209-2, "Procedure to determine the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) for wireless communication devices
used in close proximity to the human body (frequency range of 30 MHz to 6 GHz)", March 2010
KDB 865664, “SAR Measurement Requirements for 100 MHZ to 6 GHZ"
Methods Applied and Interpretation of Parameters:
NORMx,y.1: Assessed for E-field polarization 3 = 0 (f s 900 MHz in TEM-cell; f > 1800 MHz: R22 waveguide).
NORMx.y,z are only intermediate values, i.e., the uncertainties of NORMx.y.z does not affect the Ez-field
uncertainty inside TSL (see below Com/F).
NORM(f)x,y,z = NORMx,y,z ' frequencyiresponse (see Frequency Response Chart) This Iinearization is
implemented in DASY4 software versions later than 4.2. The uncertainty of the frequency response is included
in the stated uncertainty of Com/F.
DCPx,y,z: DCP are numerical linearization parameters assessed based on the data of power sweep with CW
signal (no uncertainty required). DCP does not depend on frequency nor media.
PAR: PAR is the Peak to Average Ratio that is not calibrated but determined based on the signal
characteristics
Ax,y,z; Bx,y,z: Cx,y.z: Dx,y.z; VRx,y,z: A, B, C, D are numerical Iinearization parameters assessed based on
the data of power sweep for specific modulation signal. The parameters do not depend on frequency nor
media. VR is the maximum calibration range expressed in RMS voltage across the diode
ConvF and Boundary Effect Parameters: Assessed in flat phantom using E-field (or Temperature Transfer
Standard fort s 800 MHz) and inside waveguide using analytical field distributions based on power
measurements for f > 600 MHZ The same setups are used for assessment of the parameters applied for
boundary compensation (alpha. depth) of which typical uncertainty values are given. These parameters are
used in DASY4 software to improve probe accuracy close to the boundary. The sensitivity in TSL corresponds
to NORMx,y,z " ConvF whereby the uncertainty corresponds to that given for ConvF. A frequency dependent
Com/F is used in DASY version 4.4 and higher which allows extending the validity from t 50 MHz to 1 100
MHz.
Spherical isotropy (3D deviation from isotropy): in a field of low gradients realized using a flat phantom
exposed by a patch antenna.
Sensor Offset The sensor offset corresponds to the offset of virtual measurement center from the probe tip
(on probe axis). No tolerance required.
Connector Angle: The angle is assessed using the information gained by determining the NORMX (no
uncertainty required).
Certificate No: E53-3168758915 Page 2 of 11
ESSDV3 r SNi31GB Seotember 28. 2015
Probe ESBDVS
SN:3168
Manufactured: October 8, 2008
Calibrated: September 28, 2015
Calibrated for DASY/EASY Systems
(Nate: non-compatible with DASYZ system!)
Ceniflcale NO: E53-3166789p15 Page 3 0' 11
ES3DV3— SN:3168
September 28, 2015
DASYIEASY - Parameters of Probe: ES3DV3 - SN:3168
Basic Calibration Parameters
Sensor X Sensor Y Sensor Z Unc (k=2l
Norm (pV/(V/rnf)" 1.13 1.07 1.02 110.1 %
DCP (mV)" 102.5 96.6 94.4
Modulation Calibration Parameters
UID Communication System Name A 3 c n VR Um;t
d3 dB‘lflV dB mV (k=2)
0 CW 00 0.0 1.0 0.00 197.0 23.5 %
0.0 0.0 1.0 163.0
0.0 0.0 1.0 186 B
The reported uncertainty of measurement is stated as the standard uncertainty of measurement
multiplied by the coverage factor k=2, which for a normal distribution corresponds to a coverage
probability of approximately 95%,
‘ The uncenaintlss ol Norm X.Y.Z do not atfect the Ez-field unoertalnry inside TSL (see Pages 5 and 6).
5 Numerlcal iineanzation parameter uncertalnty not required
2 Uncertainty is determined using the max. deviation irorn linear response applying rect
field value.
angular dislrlbutlon and is expressed for the square of the
Certificate N
0: E83-3168788p15
Page 4 or 11
ESSDV3— SN:3168 September 28. 2015
DASY/EASY - Parameters of Probe: ES3DV3 - SN:3168
Calibration Parameter Determined in Head Tissue Simulating Media
Relative Conductivity Depth“ Unc
f (MHz) ° Permittivity‘ (Slm) F ConVF x ConvF Y ConvF z Alpha 5 (mm) (k=2)
750 41.9 0.89 6.52 6.52 6.52 0.43 1.60 a 12.0 %
850 41.5 0.92 6.32 6.32 6.32 0.38 1.62 s 12.0 %
900 41.5 0.97 6.16 6.16 6.16 0.28 1.99 112.0%
1750 40.1 1.37 5.32 5.32 5.32 0.80 1.14 s 12.0 %
1900 40.0 1.40 5.13 5.13 5.13 0.80 1.13 112.0%
2300 39.5 1.67 4.32 4.82 4.82 0.66 1.32 x 12.0 %
2450 39.2 1.80 4.55 4.55 4.55 0.30 1.23 2 12.0 %
2600 39.0 1.96 4.46 4.48 4.48 0.80 1.30 1 12.0 %
C Frequency validity above 300 MHz of a 100 MHz only applies tcr DASY v4.4 and higher (see Page 2). else it is restricted to s 50 MHz. The
uncertainty is the RSS oi the Com/F uncertainty at calibration frequency and the uncertainty tor the indicated lrequency band Frequency validity
below 300 MHz is a 10. 25, 40. 50 and 70 MHz lcr ConvF assessments at 30. 64, 123. 150 and 220 MHz respectively Above 5 GHz irequency
validity can be extended to e 110 MHz.
‘ At frequencies below 3 GHz. the validity ct tissue parameters 1: and a) can be relaxed to e 10% it liquid coin oensaticn iorniula IS applied to
measured SAR values. At lrequencles above 3 GHz, the validity of tissue parameters 1: and e) is restricted to 2 5%. The uncertainty is the RSS of
the Com/F uncertainty tor indicated target tissue parameters
G Alpha/Depth are deterrnined during calibration. SPEAG warrants that Ihe remaining deviation due to the boundary etlect atter compensation ls
always less then 3 1% ior ireduenctes below 3 GHz and below a 2% tor treouencies between 3-6 GHz at any distance larger than hall the prube tip
diameter lrorn the boundary
Cerilflcaie No: ESS-S168_Sep15 Page 5 of 11
ESBDVS— SN13168 September 28. 2015
DASYIEASY - Parameters of Probe: ES3DV3 - SN:3168
Calibration Parameter Determined in Body Tissue Simulating Media
Relative Conductivity Depth 5 Unc
1 (MHz) ° PerrnittrvityF (51m) F ConvF x ConvF Y ConvF z Aipha 9 (min) (lr=2)
750 55.5 0.96 6.39 6.39 6.39 0,44 1.61 112.0 “/0
850 55.2 0.99 6.24 6.24 6.24 0.30 1.77 a 12.0 %
900 55.0 1.05 6.23 6.23 6.23 0.56 1.37 a 12.0 %
1750 53.4 1.49 4.95 4.95 4,95 0.46 1.60 a 12.0 %
1900 53.3 1.52 4.74 4.74 4.74 0.60 1.41 :120 %
2300 52.9 1.81 4.52 4.52 4.52 0.80 1.22 112.0 “/0
2450 52.7 1.95 4.35 4.35 4.35 0.72 1.17 212.0 "/0
2600 52.5 2.16 4.23 4.23 4.23 0.80 1.15 :120 %
° Frequency validity above 300 MHz 61 a 100 MHz only applies lor DASY v4.4 and higher (see Page 2), else it is resirlcied to z 50 MHz The
uncertainty is the RSS at the ConvF unoenalnty at callbralion frequency and the unoenalnly tor the indicated lraqueney band. Frequency valldlly
below 300 MHz is 2 10. 25. 4o, 50 and 70 MHztar ConvF assessments at 30. 64. 123. 150 and 220 MHz respecllvely. Above 5 SH: frequency
validity can be extended to 1 110 MHz.
‘ Al frequencies below 3 GHz. the validity at (issue parameters (a and a) can be relaxed to e 10% 0 liquid compensation lormula is applied to
measured SAR values. Al lrequeneies above 3 GHz. the valldily of tissue parameters (a and 0’) is restricted to a 5% The unoenarnty la the RSS oi
the CDHVF uncenainry ior indicated target tissue parameters.
9 Alpha/Depth are oeterrninad during calibration. SPEAG warrants that the remaining deviation due to the boundary efleci alter compensation is
always less than a 1% tor frequencies below 3 GHz and oelow 2 2% lor lreeuehcres between 3—6 GHz at any distance larger than hall the probe tip
diameter lrom the boundary
Certificate No: ESS-3168_Sep15 Page 6 of 11
ES3DV3— SN:3168 September 28. 2015
Frequency Response of E-Field
(TEM-Cell:ifi110 EXX, Waveguide: R22)
to
.0
on
Frequency response (normalized)
06*
\‘ :llw‘l>;1
05‘1“"‘|‘ ‘l 1‘
‘ I \ i ‘
0 500 1000 1500 2000 3000
7 f [MHZ]
TEN!
Uncertainty of Frequency Response of E-field: t 6.3% (k=2)
Certificate No: ESS-S168_Sep15 Page 7 of 11
ESSDVS— SN:3168
September 28. 2015
Receiving Pattern ((b), S = 0°
1:600 MHz,TEM
m: ..
’im
22: 315
N1.\
f=1800 MHz,R22
:35 V ' ‘ . ‘5
mr;
3‘s
in)
Rel [‘1
13WHZ 25633-de
Uncertainty of Axial Isotropy Assessment: : 0.5% (k=2)
Certificam No: ESS-3168 Seu‘lS
Page a n: 41
ESSDV3— SN:3168 September 28. 2015
Dynamic Range f(SARhead)
(TEM cell , feul= 1900 MHz)
1057
‘2
Input Sig nai [uV}
9.
1D"
1m 10 1'01 100 1‘0“ 102 103
SAR [mW/cm31
E El
not compensaied compensated
Ervor [dB]
‘ . ‘ I . I .
1 0‘2 10" 1 0" 101
SAR [mW/oma]
LI
not compensated compensatsd
Uneartainty of Linaarity Assessment: i 0.6% (k=2)
Cenificate No: E33-316878ep15 Page 9 of 11
ESSDVS— SN:3168 September 28, 2015
Conversion Factor Assessment
7: 900 MHz,WGLS R9 (H_convF) v: 1750 MHz.WGLS R72 (H_convF)
u: I,“
35)
. 25
so : '1. ._
g 15' ‘3. E 2"
g... ‘ fl
is.» r
w 1
m > h
I. 1' ‘
05 _ ‘ 5 .
an L _ , 7 u
x (mm)
ac-Tn‘nl «mum:
Deviation from lsotropy in Liquid
Error (41, S), f = 900 MHz
-1.0 -D.8 -0.6 -0.4 -O.Z 0,0 0.2 0.4 0.5 0.8 1.0
Uncertainty of Spherical isotropy Assessment: 3: 2.6% (k=2)
Cenilicale No: ESS-3168_Sep15 Page 10 of 11
ESSDVB— SN:3168 September 28‘ 2015
DASYIEASY - Parameters of Probe: ES3DV3 - SN:3168
Other Probe Parameters
Sensor Arrangement Triangular
Connector Angle (°) 138.3
Mechanical Surface Detection Mode enabled
Optical Surface Detection Mode disabled
Probe Overall Length 337 mm
Probe Body Diameter 10 mm
Tip Length 10 mm
Tip Diameter 4 mm
Probe Tip to Sensor X Calibration Point 2 mm
Probe Tip to Sensor Y Calibration Point 2 mm
Probe Tip to Sensor 2 Calibration Point 2 mm
Recommended Measurement Distance from Surface 3 mm
Certificate No: ESS-S‘lGBVSeMS Page 11 of 11
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IMPORTANT NOTICE
USAGE OF THE DAE 4
The DAE unit is a delicate, high preCision instrument and requires careful treatment by the user There are no
serviceable parts inside the DAE Special attention shall be given to the followmg points.
Battery Exchange: The battery cover of the DAE4 unit is closed using a screw, over tightening the screw may
cause the threads inside the DAE to wear out.
Shipping of the DAE: Before shipping the DAE Io SPEAG for calibration, remove the batteries and pack the
DAE in an antistatic bag This antistatic bag shall then be packed into a larger box or container which protects the
DAE from impacts during transportation The package shall be marked to indicate Ihat a fragile instrument is
inside
E-Stop Failures Touch detection may be malfunctioning due to broken magnets in the Estop. Rough handling
of the E-stop may lead to damage of these magnets. Touch and collision errors are often caused by dust and dirt
accumulated in the Estop To prevent E-stop failure, the customer shall always mount the probe to the DAE
carefully and keep the DAE unit in a nonrdusty enVironment if not used for measurements
Repair: Minor repairs are performed at no extra cost during the annual calibration. However. SPEAG reserves
the right to charge for any repair especially if rough unprofessional handling caused the defect,
DASY Configuration Files: Since the exact values of the DAE input resistances, as measured during Ihe
calibration procedure of a DAE unit, are not used by the DASY software. a nominal value of 200 MOhm is given
in the corresponding configuration file.
Important Note:
Warranty and calibration is void if the DAE unit is disassembled partly or fully by the
Customer.
Important Note:
Never attempt to grease or oil the E-stop assembly. Cleaning and readjusting of the E-
stop assembly is allowed by certified SPEAG personnel only and is part of the annual
calibration procedure.
Important Note:
To prevent damage of the DAE probe connector pins, use great care when installing the
probe to the DAE. Carefully connect the probe with the connector notch oriented in the
mating position. Avoid any rotational movement of the probe body versus the DAE
while turning the locking nut of the connector. The same care shall be used when
disconnecting the probe from the DAE.
Schmid 8t Partner Engineering
TNiBR040315AD DAE4.doc 11.12.2009
Calibration Laboratory of
Schmid & Partner
rischer Katihrierdienst
s sse d'etatonnage
Engineering AG C Senri e svizzero di taratura
Zeughausstrasse 43, 3004 Zurich, Swilzerland 3 Swiss calibration Service
Accredited by the Swlss Accreditation Service (SAS) Accreditation No.: 808 0108
The Swiss Accreditation Service is one of the signatories to the EA
Multilateral Agreement tor the recognition or calibration certiticates
Client Huawei-SZ (Auden) Certificate No: DAE4-1 2367Nov15
obiect DAE4 — SD 000 D04 BM - SN: 1236
Calibration procedule(sj QA CAL-06.v29
Calibration procedure for the data acquisition electronics (DAE)
Calibration date. November 23, 2015
This calibration certiilcate documents the traceability lo nalloltal standards. which realize the physical units at measurements (SI)
The measurements and the uncertainties With continence probability are given on the totlovvlng pages and are part ot the Certificate
All callbraltorls have been conducted ln the Closed laboralory facllily‘ environment temperature (22 t 3)“C and humidity < 70%.
Calibrallon Equipment used (M&TE critical tor calibration)
Primary standards ID « Cal Data (Cenllicate No) Scheduled Calibration
Keithiey Multimeter Type 2001 SN. 0810278 09-Sep»15 (No msa) See-16
Secondary Standards ID it Check Date (in house) Scheduled Check
Auto DAE Calibration Unit SE uws 053 AA toot 06-Jan-15 (in house check) In house check' Jan-16
Calibrator Box v21 SE UMS 006 AA 1002 06-Jan-15 (in house check) In house check,Janr16
Name Function signature
Calibrated by, riMayorez Technician
rZ’C/MV/g/
Approved by: Fln Bomholl Deputy Technical Manager , Viz, . A
\t . \NUL‘
Issued' November 23, 2015
This calibrallon Ceriiiicale shall not be reproduced except In full wllhoul written approval of the laboratory.
Certificate No: DAE4-1236,Nov15 Page 1 Di 5
Calibration Laboratory of
Schmid & Partner
Engineering AG
Zeughausstrasse 43, 8004 Zurich. Switzerland
Schweizerischer Kalibrierdienst
Service suisse d'étalonnage
Servizio svizzero di laratura
Swiss Calibration Service
Accredited by the Swiss Accreditation Service (SAS) Accreditation No.: SCS 0108
The Swiss Accreditation Service is one of the signatories to the EA
Multilateral Agreement lor the recognition of calibration certificates
Glossary
DAE data acquisition electronics
Connector angle information used in DASY system to align probe sensor X to the robot
coordinate system.
Methods Applied and Interpretation of Parameters
. DC Voltage Measurement: Calibration Factor assessed for use in DASY system by
comparison with a calibrated instrument traceable to national standards. The figure given
corresponds to the full scale range of the voltmeter in the respective range.
- Connector angle: The angle of the connector is assessed measuring the angle
mechanically by a tool inserted. Uncertainty is not required.
- The following parameters as documented in the Appendix contain technical information as a
result from the performance test and require no uncertainty.
. DC Voltage Measurement Linearity: Verification of the Linearity at +10% and -10% of
the nominal calibration voltage. Influence at offset voltage is included in this
measurement.
. Common mode sensitivity: Influence of a positive or negative common mode voltage on
the differential measurement.
. Channel separation: Influence of a voltage on the neighbor channels not subject to an
input voltage.
. AD Converter Values with inputs shorted: Values on the internal AD converter
corresponding to zero input voltage
. Input Offset Measurement Output voltage and statistical results over a large number of
zero voltage measurements.
. Input Offset Current: Typical value for information; Maximum channel input offset
current, not considering the input resistance.
I Input resistance: Typical value for information: DAE input resistance at the connector.
during internal auto-zeroing and during measurement.
. Low Battery Alarm Voltage: Typical value for information. Below this voltage, a battery
alarm signal is generated.
. Power consumption: Typical value for information. Supply currents in various operating
modes.
Certificate No: DAE442367Nov15 Page 2 of 5
DC Voltage Measurement
A/D - Convener Resolullon nominal
High Range
Low Range:
1LSE:
1LSE=
6.1uV,
61nV,
full range :
full range :
-100...+300 mV
-1. .....+3mV
DASY measurement paramelers: Auto Zero Time' 3 sec: Measuring time: 3 sec
Calibration Faciors
High Range
404.966 : 0.02% (k:2)
404.889 : 0.02% (k:2)
405.878 : 0.02% (k:2)
Low Range
4.00177 t 1.50% (k:2)
3.97579 1' 1.50% (k:2)
4.00659 : 1.50% (k:2)
Connector Angle
Connector Angle to be used in DASY syslem
305,5 °:1°
Cerliflcate No: DAE4712367N0V15
Page 3 of 5
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