Transmitter power supply
IMPORTANT
Use only Philips SBC CS030/00
12 Volt/200 mA AC/DC adapter.
(For UK, use only Philips SBC CS030/05)
1Make sure the adapter’s rated voltage
corresponds to the mains socket voltage.
2Connect the DC connector of the AC/DC
adapter to the 12 Volt DC power input
connector located at the rear of the
transmitter.
3Connect the 12 Volt/200 mA AC/DC
adapter to the mains socket.
Always disconnect the AC/DC adapter if
the transmitter is not to be used for a
long period of time.
Headphone power supply
IMPORTANT
Use only rechargeable LR03/AAA
NiMH batteries (preferably Philips).
Do not use NiCd batteries or
alkaline batteries as these may damage
your FM wireless system!
1Remove the earcushions.
2Next remove the battery insulation labels.
3Put the earcushions back on the earshells.
4Check if the power button of the FM
headphone is in the on position.
5When the red power indicator on the FM
headphone starts flashing, it indicates that
the batteries are running low.
6To recharge the headphone’s built-in
rechargeable LR03/AAA NiMH batteries,
position the headphone on the transmitter
and contact.
Notes:
Completely flat batteries need approximately
16 hours to recharge.
The FM headphone will switch off
automatically during recharging.
Always remove the batteries if the
headphone is not to be used for a long period
of time.
Batteries contain chemical substances,
so they should be disposed of properly.
Headphone battery
replacement (figure 3)
IMPORTANT
Use only rechargeable LR03/AAA
NiMH batteries (preferably Philips).
Do not use NiCd batteries or
alkaline batteries as these may damage
your FM wireless system!
1Remove the earcushions.
2Take out the batteries and dispose of them
properly.
3Insert new batteries. Only use LR03/AAA
NiMH batteries (preferably Philips).
4Make sure the batteries are correctly
inserted as indicated by the engraved
symbols in the battery compartment.
5Put the earcushions back on the earshells.
IMPORTANT
Before using the FM headphone for the
first time, please ensure that the
batteries are fully charged for about
16 hours.This will guarantee a longer
operating lifetime of the batteries.
Installation
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