Safety and disposal guidelines for Danalock V3

Please follow the guidelines below when configuring, using or recycling the Danalock.

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Danalock V3

Simple Guidelines

Please follow these guidelines when configuring, using or recycling the Danalock. Violating these guidelines may be dangerous, illegal or otherwise detrimental. Further detailed information is provided in this manual.

Do Not Operate Where Prohibited

Do not allow the Danalock unit to operate wherever wireless radio communication use is prohibited or when doing so may cause interference or danger as the Danalock cannot be turned off after installation. Examples include but are not limited to operation in hospitals, buildings near blasting sites or wherever operation can cause interference.

Avoid Body Contact with Device during Operation

Do not operate the Danalock in direct contact with your body. Maintain at least 8 inches (20 cm) separation between the device and any parts of your body.

Fire doors

The Danalock is not approved for use with fire doors. EN 14846 suitability for use on fire/smoke doors classification grade=0.

Water-Resistance

The Danalock is not water-resistant. The lock must therefore be installed on the inside of the door where it is dry and not subjected to either water streams or submersion. EN 14846 corrosion resistance classification grade=0.

Accessories and Batteries

The Danalock uses 4 x CR123 lithium batteries. Use only approved accessories or batteries. Do not connect incompatible products. There is risk of explosion or fire if an incorrect type replacement battery contacts are shorted. Do not exceed the temperature ranges or other environmental conditions specified by the battery manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions provided with the batteries.

Potentially Explosive Atmospheres

The Danalock cannot be turned off after installation, so any building installed with Danalock etc. must not be located in an area with a potentially explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions not to use Danalock in such areas. Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even death.

Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but not always marked clearly. Potential areas may include: fueling areas (such as gasoline stations); below deck on boats; fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities; areas using liquefied petroleum gas (such as propane or butane); areas where the air contains chemicals or particles (such as grain, dust, or metal powders); and any other area where it would normally be advisable not to install the Danalock.

Battery Safety Information

Adhere to the following guidelines to avoid the risk of fire or explosion:

  1. Dispose of the used battery according to the instructions provided with the battery.
  2. Do not drop, puncture, disassemble, mutilate, or incinerate the battery.
  3. Touching both terminals of a battery with a metal object will short circuit the battery. Do not carry batteries loosely if the contacts may touch coins, keys, and other metal objects (such as in pockets or bags).
  4. Do not stack batteries taken out of the carry case.
  5. Do not heat the batteries to try to rejuvenate their charge.
  6. Do not exceed the temperature ranges or other environmental conditions specified by the battery manufacturer.
  7. Never use the Danalock without the battery cover installed.

 

Disclaimer

It is very important to replace all 4 batteries at the same time. Please use only standard CR123 lithium batteries. Not replacing all batteries at the same time can affect the batteries to heat and potentially cause them to explode. Danalock has no responsibility in any way if the replacement of batteries is done inaccurately.

Disposal of Waste Batteries

(Applicable in the European Union only)

The symbol (crossed out wheeled-bin) on your battery indicates that the battery shall not be disposed with other unsorted waste, but shall be collected separately and handed over to your local community waste collection point or other available collection points for the recycling, at the end of its use.

If a chemical symbol is printed under the symbol it indicates that chemical substances (Hg = mercury, Cd = cadmium or Pb = lead) are contained in the battery.

Inappropriate waste handling could possibly have a negative effect on the environment and human health due to potential hazardous substances. With your cooperation in the correct disposal of this battery, you contribute to reuse, recycle and recover the batteries and our environment will be protected.

For more information, please contact the Government Waste-Disposal department in your country or the shop where the battery was purchased.

Disposal of Waste Electrical & Electronic
Equipment of products for Household use

(Applicable in the European Union only)

The symbol (crossed out wheeled-bin) on your product indicates that the product shall not be mixed or disposed with your household waste, at the end of its use. This product shall be handed over to your local community waste collection point for the recycling of the product.

For more information, please contact the Government Waste-Disposal department in your country.

Inappropriate waste handling could possibly have a negative effect on the environment and human health due to potential hazardous substances. With your cooperation in the correct disposal of this product, you contribute to reuse, recycle and recover the product and our environment will be protected.

Disposal of Waste Electrical & Electronic
Equipment of products for Household use

(Applicable in the European Union only)

For further information regarding the disposal of products for business purposes, please contact your dealer or distributor in your country. This product shall not be mixed or disposed with commercial waste.

The product complies with the essential requirements of the R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC as stated by the EC Declaration of Conformity. Certificates and Declaration of conformity (DOC) statements can be downloaded from the danalock website: https://danalock.com/

Product approvals and certificates

Please refer to product declaration/technical manual on Danalock website for all applicable product approvals and certificates.

Danalock V3 - HomeKit

Simple Guidelines

Please follow these guidelines when configuring, using or recycling the Danalock. Violating these guidelines may be dangerous, illegal or otherwise detrimental. Further detailed information is provided in this manual.

Do Not Operate Where Prohibited

Do not allow the Danalock unit to operate wherever wireless radio communication use is prohibited or when doing so may cause interference or danger as the Danalock cannot be turned off after installation. Examples include but are not limited to operation in hospitals, buildings near blasting sites or wherever operation can cause interference.

Avoid Body Contact with Device during Operation

Do not operate the Danalock in direct contact with your body. Maintain at least 8 inches (20 cm) separation between the device and any parts of your body.

Fire doors

The Danalock is not approved for use with fire doors. EN 14846 suitability for use on fire/smoke doors classification grade=0.

Water-Resistance

The Danalock is not water-resistant. The lock must therefore be installed on the inside of the door where it is dry and not subjected to either water streams or submersion. EN 14846 corrosion resistance classification grade=0.

Accessories and Batteries

The Danalock uses 4 x CR123 lithium batteries. Use only approved accessories or batteries. Do not connect incompatible products. There is risk of explosion or fire if an incorrect type replacement battery contacts are shorted. Do not exceed the temperature ranges or other environmental conditions specified by the battery manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions provided with the batteries.

Potentially Explosive Atmospheres

The Danalock cannot be turned off after installation, so any building installed with Danalock etc. must not be located in an area with a potentially explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions not to use Danalock in such areas. Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even death.

Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but not always marked clearly. Potential areas may include: fueling areas (such as gasoline stations); below deck on boats; fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities; areas using liquefied petroleum gas (such as propane or butane); areas where the air contains chemicals or particles (such as grain, dust, or metal powders); and any other area where it would normally be advisable not to install the Danalock.

Battery Safety Information

Adhere to the following guidelines to avoid the risk of fire or explosion:

  1. Dispose of the used battery according to the instructions provided with the battery.
  2. Do not drop, puncture, disassemble, mutilate, or incinerate the battery.
  3. Touching both terminals of a battery with a metal object will short circuit the battery. Do not carry batteries loosely if the contacts may touch coins, keys, and other metal objects (such as in pockets or bags).
  4. Do not stack batteries taken out of the carry case.
  5. Do not heat the batteries to try to rejuvenate their charge.
  6. Do not exceed the temperature ranges or other environmental conditions specified by the battery manufacturer.
  7. Never use the Danalock without the battery cover installed.

 

Disclaimer

It is very important to replace all 4 batteries at the same time. Please use only standard CR123 lithium batteries. Not replacing all batteries at the same time can affect the batteries to heat and potentially cause them to explode. Danalock has no responsibility in any way if the replacement of batteries is done inaccurately.

Disposal of Waste Batteries
(Applicable in the European Union only)

The symbol (crossed out wheeled-bin) on your battery indicates that the battery shall not be disposed with other unsorted waste, but shall be collected separately and handed over to your local community waste collection point or other available collection points for the recycling, at the end of its use.

If a chemical symbol is printed under the symbol it indicates that chemical substances (Hg = mercury, Cd = cadmium or Pb = lead) are contained in the battery.

Inappropriate waste handling could possibly have a negative effect on the environment and human health due to potential hazardous substances. With your cooperation in the correct disposal of this battery, you contribute to reuse, recycle and recover the batteries and our environment will be protected.

For more information, please contact the Government Waste-Disposal department in your country or the shop where the battery was purchased.

Disposal of Waste Electrical & Electronic
Equipment of products for Household use

(Applicable in the European Union only)

The symbol (crossed out wheeled-bin) on your product indicates that the product shall not be mixed or disposed with your household waste, at the end of its use. This product shall be handed over to your local community waste collection point for the recycling of the product.

For more information, please contact the Government Waste-Disposal department in your country.

Inappropriate waste handling could possibly have a negative effect on the environment and human health due to potential hazardous substances. With your cooperation in the correct disposal of this product, you contribute to reuse, recycle and recover the product and our environment will be protected.

Disposal of Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment of products for Household use

(Applicable in the European Union only)

For further information regarding the disposal of products for business purposes, please contact your dealer or distributor in your country. This product shall not be mixed or disposed with commercial waste.

The product complies with the essential requirements of the R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC as stated by the EC Declaration of Conformity. Certificates and Declaration of conformity (DOC) statements can be downloaded from the danalock website: https://danalock.com/

Product approvals and certificates

Please refer to product declaration/technical manual on Danalock website for all applicable product approvals and certificates.

Apple® legal notice

Use of the Works with Apple HomeKit™ logo means that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod touch®, iPhone®, or iPad®, respectively, and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards.

Apple, Apple Watch®, iPad, iPad Air, iPhone, and iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. HomeKit is a trademark of Apple Inc.

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