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This product is covered by one or more of US Patent Nos: 7470904; 7034301; 6812465; 7470902; 6929410 and other
patents pending or design patents pending.
The MD-Series thermal imaging system is controlled by US export laws. There are special versions of this system that are
approved for international distribution and travel. Plea se contact FLIR Systems if you have any questions.
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Document Number: 432-0010-00-10, Revision 100
Proper Disposal of El ectrical and Electronic Equipment (EEE): The European Union (EU) has enacted Waste
Electrical and Electr onic Equipment Directive 2 002/96/EC (WEEE), which aims to prevent EEE waste from
arising, to encourage reuse, recycling, and recovery of EEE waste, and to promote environm ental responsibility.
In accordance with these regulations, all EEE products label ed with the “crossed out wheeled bin” either on the
product itself or in the product literature must not be disposed of in regular rubbish bins, mixed with regular
household or other commercial waste, or by other regular municipal waste collection means. Instead, and in order to
prevent possible harm to the environment or human healt h, all EEE products (including any cables that came with the
product) should be responsi bly discarded or recycled.
To identify a responsible disposal method where you live, please contact the local wa ste collection or recycling service, the
original place of purchase or product supplier, or the responsible government authority in the area. Business users should
contact their supplier or refer to their purchase contract.
100 March 2013 Initial release