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****** Page 1 ****** Digital Blood Pressure Monitor Model UA-1030T Instruction Manual Original Manuel d’instructions Manual de Instrucciones Manuale di Istruzioni IWMPD4002225A

****** Page 2 ****** How to Take Accurate Measurements Measurement After Measurement ….. ….. …. Measurements ….. ….. ….. ….. …………….. Normal Measurement Measurement with the SET Pressure Measurement with the Desired Systolic Pressure Notes for Accurate Measurement TriCheckTM Measurement Adjusting the Speaker Volume Selecting the Language What is an Irregular Heartbeat Pressure Bar Indicator WHO Classification Indicator About Blood Pressure What is Blood Pressure? What is Hypertension and How is it Controlled? Why Measure Blood Pressure at Home?… WHO Blood Pressure Classification Blood Pressure Variations Troubleshooting Technical Data Contents Dear Customers Preliminary Remarks ….. ….. ….. ….. ….. ……………………………… 2 Precautions Parts Identification Symbols… ….. ….. …………………………………………………………. 4 Operation Mode Using the Monitor Installing / Changing the Batteries Connecting the Air Hose Connecting the AC Adapter……………………… Adjusting the Built-in Clock Selecting the Correct Cuff Size Applying the Arm Cuff ….. ….. ….. ….. …………… Recalling the Memory Data ….. ….. ….. ….. ……………………….. 1 4 Maintenance ….. ….. ….. ….. ….. ………………………………………. 1 9 .10 .11 .12 12 .15 .15 .16 .16 .16 18 19 English 1

****** Page 3 ****** Dear Customers Congratulations on purchasing a state-of-the-art A&D blood pressure monitor, one of the most advanced monitors available today. Designed for ease of use and accuracy, this monitor will facilitate your daily blood pressure regimen. We recommend that you read through this manual carefully before using the device for the first time. Preliminary Remarks This device conforms to the European Directive 93/42 EEC for Medical Products. This is made evident by the C €366 mark of conformity. (0366: The reference number to the involved notified body) The device is designed for use on adults only, not newborns or infants. Environment for use The device is for use indoors. Precautions Precision components are used in the construction of this device. Extremes in temperature, humidity, direct sunlight, shock or dust should be avoided. Clean the device and cuff with a dry, soft cloth or a cloth dampened with water and a neutral detergent. Never use alcohol, benzene, thinner or other harsh chemicals to clean the device or cuff. Avoid tightly folding the cuff or storing the hose tightly twisted for long periods, as such treatment may shorten the life of the components. The device and cuff are not water resistant. Prevent rain, sweat and water from soiling the device and cuff. Measurements may be distorted if the device is used close to televisions, microwave ovens, cellular telephones, X-ray or other devices with strong electrical fields. Used equipment, parts and batteries are not treated as ordinary household waste, and must be disposed of according to the applicable local regulations. English 2

****** Page 4 ****** Parts Identification DC Jack Display Air Connector Plug Arm Cuff Air Hose Air Socket Battery Compartment Display 88 88 STAR Speaker A Button V Button Button OLUME Button Button Battery Cover Average MEMORY I.H.B. Symbol 1.5V Batteries (R6P, LR6 or AA) Pressure Settings Cuff Fit Error Symbol Movement Error S mbol TriCheckTM Symbol Heart Mark WHO Classification Indicator and Pressure Bar Indicator – 3 DIA. PUL. /min. Systolic Pressure Diastolic Pressure Pulse Rate AM OCj¯i Battery Indicator P English 3 Clock Display

****** Page 5 ****** Symbols Symbols that are printed on the device case Symbols d) eæe SN 2010é Z Function / Meaning Standby and Turn the device on. Battery installation guide Direct current Serial number Date of manufacture Type BF: Device, cuff and tubing are designed to provide special protection against electrical shocks. EC directive medical device label WEEE label Manufacturer EU-representative Symbols that appear on the display Symbols O Function / Meaning Appears while measurement is in progress. It blinks when the pulse is detected. Irregular Heartbeat symbol (I.H.B.) Appears when an irregular heartbeat is detected. It may light when a very slight vibration like shivering or shaking is detected. TriCheck mode Takes three consecutive measurements automatically and displays the average values of the three measurements. Appears when a body or arm movement is detected. English 4 Recommended Action Recommended Action Measurement is in progress. Remain as still as possible. The reading may yield an incorrect value. Take another measurement. Remain still during measurement.

****** Page 6 ****** Symbols AVG. Full Battery Low Battery Err c PUL DISPLAY ERROR Err E SYS. DIA. PUL./min. AM Function / Meaning Recommended Action The reading may yield an Appears during measurement when incorrect value. Apply the the cuff is applied loosely. cuff correctly, and take another measurement. Previous measurements stored in memory. Average data The battery power indicator during measurement. The battery is low when it blinks. Unstable blood pressure due to movement during measurement. The systolic and diastolic values are within 10 mmHg of each other. The pressure value did not increase during the inflation. The cuff is not applied correctly. The pulse is not detected correctly. Blood pressure monitor internal error Systolic blood pressure in mmHg Diastolic blood pressure in mmHg Pulse per minute Data taken between 4:00 and 9:59 Data taken between 18:00 and 1:59 Pressure settings Indicates the pressure value previously set by the user. English 5 Replace all batteries with new ones when the mark blinks. Take another measurement. Remain still during measurement. Apply the cuff correctly, and take another measurement. Remove the batteries and press the button, and then install the batteries again. If the error still appears, contact the dealer.

****** Page 7 ****** Operation Mode 1. Normal Measurement Press the STAR button. Blood pressure is measured and the data is stored in memory. This device can store the last 90 measurements in memory. 2. Recalling the Data Press the A or V button to recall the data in memory. The average of all measurements is displayed, as indicated in the figure at the right. The device announces the memory data values as they are displayed. Then, each time the V button is pressed, the memory data is displayed as follows. Average of all AM (morning) measurements taken between 4:00 and 9:59. Average of all PM (evening) measurements taken between 18:00 and 1:59. Most recent data (No.n, in the example, No.35) Last data (No. 1) For details on recalling the “Recalling the Memory Data”. B? ALL 65 /nwrj 63 89 qi-I /n;in 35 data, refer to sys 8? DIA. .6rsW. svs. 85 63 3. Deleting all Data Stored in Memory Press both the A and V buttons. The mark and the battery indicator appear. Press and hold both the A and V buttons until the illuminated mark starts blinking to delete all data stored in memory. 4. Measurement with the Desired Systolic Pressure Refer to page 11 for measurement with the desired systolic pressure. English 6

****** Page 8 ****** Using the Monitor Installing I Changing the Batteries 1 . Remove the battery cover. 2. Remove the used batteries and insert new batteries into the battery compartment as shown, taking care that the polarities (+ and -) are correct. Use only R6P, LR6 or AA batteries. 3. Attach the battery cover. CAUTION Step 1 Step 3 Step 1 step 2 L] Insert the batteries as shown in the battery compartment. If installed incorrectly, the device will not work. When (LOW BATTERY mark) blinks on the display and the device announces that the battery needs to be replaced, replace all batteries with new ones. Do not mix old and new batteries. It may shorten the battery life, or cause the device to malfunction. Replace the batteries two seconds or more after the device turns off. If (LOW BATTERY mark) appears even after the batteries are replaced, make a blood pressure measurement. The device may then recognize the new batteries. (LOW BATTERY mark) does not appear when the batteries are drained. The battery life varies with the ambient temperature and may be shorter at low temperatures. Use the specified batteries only. L] Remove the batteries if the device is not to be used for a long time. The batteries may leak and cause a malfunction. Connecting the Air Hose Insert the air connector plug into the air socket firmly. Connecting the AC Adapter Air socket Air connector plug AC adapter plug Insert the AC adapter plug into the DC jack. Next, connect the AC adapter to an electrical outlet. Use the specified AC adapter. DC jack (Refer to page 19.) English 7

****** Page 9 ****** Using the Monitor Adjusting the Built-in Clock Press @ Aorv 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Adjust the clock prior to use. Press the button until the year starts blinking. Select the year using the A or V button. Press the SEJ button to set the current year and move to month/day selection. The date can be set anywhere between the years 2010 and 2059. Select the month using the A or V button. Press the button to set the current month and move to day selection. Select the day using the A or V button. Press the SEJ button to set the current day and move to hour/minute selection. Select the hour using the A or V button. Press the SET button to set the current hour and move to minute selection. Select the minute using the A or V button. (Press the SET button to go to the pressure setting mode. For details, refer to page 11.) Press the button to turn the device off. Year AorV Month Day AorV Hour Minute Aorv Aorv or-grl 2. Note: After three minutes of non-operation, the device START will turn off automatically. When the clock has not been set, the clock display indicates dashes as shown to the right. Holding down the A or V button will change the value continuously. Selecting the Correct Cuff Size Turn off Pressing the button will tum the setting mode device off anytime. Using the correct cuff size is important for an accurate reading. If the cuff is not the proper size, the reading may yield an incorrect blood pressure value. The arm size is printed on each cuff. L] The arm cuff is a consumable. If it becomes worn, urchase a new one. Arm Size 31 cm to 45 cm 17 cm to 32 cm Recommended Cuff Size Large adult cuff Adult cuff Catalog Number UA-CUFFBKLA-EC UA-CUFGBKAU-EC Arm size: The circumference of the biceps. English 8

****** Page 10 ****** Using the Monitor Applying the Arm Cuff 1. Wrap the cuff around the upper arm, about 1-2 cm above the inside of the elbow, as shown. Place the cuff directly against the skin, as clothin g may cause a faint pulse, and result in a measurement error. 2. Constriction of the upper arm, caused by tightly rolling up a shirtsleeve, may prevent accurate readings. Symbols that are printed on the cuff Symbols Function/Meaning Do not roll up shirtsleeve tightly. Cuff 1-2 cm Air Hose Artery position mark Secure the fabric fastener firmly. Recommended Action O REF Set the O mark on the artery of the upper Artery Position Mark arm or in line with the ring finger on the inside of the arm. Catalog Number Lot Number How to Take Accurate Measurements For the most accurate blood pressure measurement: Sit comfortably at a table. Rest your arm on the table. Relax for about five to ten minutes before measurement. Place the center of the cuff at the same level as your heart. Remain still and keep quiet during measurement. Do not measure right after physical exercise or a bath. Rest for twenty or thirty minutes before taking the measurement. Try to measure your blood pressure at the same time every day. Measurement During measurement, it is normal for the cuff to feel very tight. (Do not be alarmed). After Measurement After measurement, press the START button to turn the device off. After one minute of non-operation, the device will turn off automatically. Remove the cuff and record your data. Note: Allow at least three minutes between measurements on the same person. English 9

****** Page 11 ****** Measurements Before measurement, read “Notes for Accurate Measurement” on page 12. Normal Measurement 1 2. 3. 4. 5. Place the cuff on the arm (preferably the left arm). At heart level Sit quietly during measurement. Press the button. All of the display segments are displayed. Zero (0) is displayed blinking briefly. The display changes, as indicated in the figure at the right, as the measurement begins. The cuff starts to inflate. It is normal for the cuff to feel very tight. A pressure bar indicator is displayed, on the left edge of the display, during the inflation. Note: If you wish to stop inflation at any time, press the button again. When inflation is complete, deflation starts automatically and (heart mark) blinks, indicating that the measurement is in progress. Once the pulse is detected, the mark blinks with each pulse beat. Press START 1±888 All of the display 1 segments displayed 88 Zero display Starts inflation Pressurizing Note: If an appropriate pressure is not obtained, the device starts to inflate again automatically. To avoid re-inflation, see “Measurement with the SET Pressure” on the next page. When the measurement is complete, the systolic and diastolic pressure readings and pulse rate are displayed. The device announces the measurement results. The cuff exhausts the remaining air and deflates completely. Press the button to turn the device off. After one minute of non-operation, the device will turn off automatically. Measurement in progress Systolic pressure Diastolic ressure WHO classification Pulse rate u 68 ges 90 ges sys 80 DYA Irun Note: Allow at least three minutes between measurements on the same person. English 10 Exhausts remaining air automatically

****** Page 12 ****** Measurements Model UA-1030T is designed to detect the pulse and to inflate the cuff to a systolic pressure level automatically. If re-inflation occurs repeatedly, use the following methods. Measurement with the SET Pressure During the blood pressure measurement, re-inflation may occur. A fixed pressure value can be set to avoid re-inflation. 1. 2. 3. At step 6 of the clock adjustment procedure (see page 8), press the gej button to go to the pressure setting mode. The current setting blinks. Press the A or V button to select a pressure value about 30 mmHg or more above your expected systolic pressure from the following. Automatic pressurization (default value) 180 : Pressure value of 180 mmHg (fixed) 210 : Pressure value of 210 mmHg (fixed) 240 : Pressure value of 240 mmHg (fixed) AorV START Turn off TriCheck setting mode Press the SET button to go to the TriCheck setting mode. Press the START button to turn the device off. After three minutes of non-operation, the device will turn off automatically. The next measurement will be performed with the new pressure value. Measurement with the Desired Systolic Pressure 1. 2. 3. Use this method when re-inflation occurs repeatedly even if the pressure value is set to 240 in the procedure above or when the results are not displayed even if the pressure decreases to 20 mmHg or less. Place the cuff on the arm (preferably the left arm). At heart level Press and hold the button until a number about 30 to 40 mmHg higher Press and hold the button START than your expected systolic pressure appears. When the desired number is reached, release the button to start measurement. Continue to measure your blood pressure as described on the previous page. English 11 Release the button at the desired systolic pressure oes 1 Refer to the previous page for measurement

****** Page 13 ****** Notes for Accurate Measurement Sit down in a comfortable position. Place your arm on a table with your palm facing upward and the cuff at the same level as your heart. Relax for about five to ten minutes before taking a measurement. If you are excited or depressed by emotional stress, the measurement will reflect this stress as a higher (or lower) than normal blood pressure reading and the pulse reading will usually be faster than normal. An individual’s blood pressure varies constantly, depending on what you are doing and what you have eaten. What you drink can have a very strong and rapid effect on your blood pressure. This device bases its measurements on the heartbeat. If you have a very weak or irregular heartbeat, the device may have difficulty determining your blood pressure. Should the device detect a condition that is abnormal, it will stop the measurement and display an error symbol. Refer to page 5 for the description of symbols. This blood pressure monitor is intended for use by adults only. Consult with your physician before using this device on a child. A child should not use this device unattended. TriCheck Measurement The TriCheck mode takes three consecutive measurements automatically and displays the average values of the three measurements. Selecting the TriCheck Mode 1. 2. 3. In the pressure setting mode, press the button to enter the TriCheck setting mode. The current setting blinks. Press the A or V button to turn the TriCheck mode ON or OFF. ON: TriCheck mode In the pressure setting mode, press @ oFÅ The current setting blinks OFF: Normal measurement mode (default value) press the or button to turn the device off. After three minutes of non-operation, the device will turn off automatically. English 12 AorV Change the setting 1 @ or START

****** Page 14 ****** Measurement Using the TriCheck Mode l. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Press the button. All of the display segments are displayed. Zero (0) is displayed blinking briefly and the first measurement starts. When the measurement is complete, the systolic and diastolic pressure readings and pulse rate are displayed, then a one-minute countdown starts for the second measurement. After one minute, the second measurement starts. When the measurement is complete, the average readings of the first and second measurements are displayed, then a one-minute countdown starts for the third measurement. After one minute, the third measurement starts. When the measurement is complete, the average readings of the three measurements are displayed and stored in memory. START 1±888 1,888 88 SYS. 60 One minute after :oes At heart level Press All of the display segments displayed First measurement sys Results of the fir t measurement Second measurement 08 80 Average of the first and second measurements Notes: During the measurement, the TriCheck symbol is displayed. To cancel the measurement, press the START button. In this case, no data is stored in memory. When the cuff fit error symbol appears during the first measurement, cancel the measurement, reapply the cuff correctly and start a new measurement. After measurement, the average data of the three measurements is stored in memory. No data will be stored, when canceling the measurements, before completion of the third measurement. English 13 One minute after Third measurement -3- OfA, -3- Average of the three measurements

****** Page 15 ****** Recalling the Memory Data Note: This device stores the last 90 measurements in memory. The device announces the memory data values as they are displayed. Press the A or V button. Press A orv 1. 2. 3. 4. The average of all measurements and the number of data are displayed. (If no data, “0” is displayed. Press the A, V or STAR button to turn the device off.) Each time the V button (or the A button to display the data in the reverse order) is pressed, the memory data is displayed as follows. Average of all AM (moming) measurements taken between 4:00 and 9:59. (In the example, 10 measurements. If no data, – is displayed.) Average of all PM (evening) measurements taken between 18:00 and 1:59. (In the example, 9 measurements. If no data, “–” is displayed.) Most recent data (No.n, in the example, No.35) Three seænds after the data number display, the measurement data is displayed. Last data (No. 1) Three seconds after the data number display, the measurement data is displayed. After the last data is displayed, press the V button to return the average display of all measurements. Press the START button to turn the device off. After one minute of non-operation, the device will turn off automatically. English 14 Average systolic j¯18 Average diastolic 65: Average pulse RIL Average of all the data RLL Average systolic Average diastolic 6 Average pulse AM Average of AM data AM Average systolic 89 Average diastolic Average pulse Average of PM data no. 35 Most recent data no. 1 Last data (Oldest) 85 9 Systolic Diastoli Pulse Systolic Diastolic Pulse

****** Page 16 ****** Adjusting the Speaker Volume 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. Press the OLUME button to enter the volume adjustment mode. Six stages of volume, which are represented by bars, and OFF are available. Press the A button to increase the volume, or press the V button to decrease the volume. Press the STAR button to turn the device off. After three minutes of non-operation, the device will turn off automatically. High Low Press OFF Volume off The current setting appears Aorv Change the volume Selecting the Language In the volume adjustment mode, press the OLUME button to enter the language selection mode. The current setting appears. Press the A or V button to select a language from the following. L 1: English (default value) L2: French L3: Spanish L4: Italian L5: Chinese the or button to turn the device off. After three minutes of non-operation, the device will turn off automatically. English 15 In the volume adjustment mode, press 0) The current setting appears AorV Change the language

****** Page 17 ****** What is an Irregular Heartbeat The UA-1030T blood pressure monitor provides a blood pressure and pulse rate measurement even when an irregular heartbeat occurs. An irregular heartbeat is defined as a heartbeat that varies by 25% from the average of all heartbeats during the blood pressure measurement. It is important that you are relaxed, remain still and do not talk during measurements. Note: We recommend contacting your physician if you see this symbol frequently. Pressure Bar Indicator The indicator monitors the progress of pressure during measurement. Pressurizing Inflation in ro ress Releasing air Measurement in progress Inflation complete WHO Classification Indicator Each segment of the bar indicator corresponds to the WHO blood pressure classification described on the next page. 1 WHO Classification Indicator Severe hypertension Moderate hypertension Mild hypertension High normal Normal Optimal • : The indicator displays a segment, based on the current data, corresponding to the WHO classification. English 16 Example: Moderate hypertension 98 Mild hypertension 1 13K sys S3B I High normal

****** Page 18 ****** About Blood Pressure What is Blood Pressure? Blood pressure is the force exerted by blood against the walls of the arteries. Systolic pressure occurs when the heart contracts. Diastolic pressure occurs when the heart expands. Blood pressure is measured in millimeters of mercury (mmHg). One’s natural blood pressure is represented by the fundamental pressure, which is measured first thing in the morning while one is still at rest and before eating. What is Hypertension and How is it Controlled? Hypertension, an abnormally high arterial blood pressure, if left unattended, can cause many health problems including stroke and heart attack. Hypertension can be controlled by altering lifestyle, avoiding stress, and with medication under a doctor’s supervision. To prevent hypertension or keep it under control: Do not smoke Reduce salt and fat intake Maintain proper weight Exercise regularly Have regular physical checkups Why Measure Blood Pressure at Home? Blood pressure measured at a clinic or doctor’s office may cause apprehension and can produce an elevated reading, 25 to 30 mmHg higher than that measured at home. Home measurement reduces the effects of outside influences on blood pressure readings, supplements the doctor’s readings and provides a more accurate, complete blood pressure history. WHO Blood Pressure Classification Standards to assess high blood pressure, without regard to age, have been established by the World Health Organization (WHO) as shown in the chart. Blood Pressure Variations An individual’s blood pressure varies greatly on a daily and seasonal basis. It may vary by Reference Material: Journal of Hypertension 1999, Vol 17 No.2 mmHg 110 Grade 3 hypertension (severe) o 105 Grade 2 hypertension (moderate) 100 95 Grade 1 hypertension (mild) 90 High-normal 85 Normal 80 O timal 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 mmHg Systolic blood pressure 30 to 50 mmHg due to various conditions during the day. In hypertensive individuals, variations are even more pronounced. Normally, the blood pressure rises while at work or play and falls to its lowest levels during sleep. So, do not be overly concerned by the results of one measurement. Take measurements at the same time every day using the procedure English 17

****** Page 19 ****** described in this manual to get to know your normal blood pressure. Regular 150 readings give a more comprehensive blood 3130 pressure history. Be sure to note the date 110 and time when recording your blood 0- 90 0 70 pressure. Consult your doctor to interpret o 50 cn your blood pressure data. 30 Diastolic Typical fluctuation within a day mmHg (Measured every five minutes) ystolic Sleep 12 15 18 21 24 03 06 09 Time AM Troubleshooting Problem Nothing appears on the display, even when the power is turned on. The cuff does not inflate. The device does not measure. Readings are too high or too low. Other Possible Reason Batteries are drained. Battery terminals are not in the correct position. Battery voltage is too low. (LOW BATTERY mark) blinks. If the batteries are drained completely, the mark does not appear. The cuff is not applied properly. You moved your arm or body during measurement. The cuff position is not correct. The value is different from that measured at a clinic or doctor’s office. Recommended Action Re lace all batteries with new ones. Reinstall the batteries with negative and positive terminals matching those indicated on the battery compartment. Replace all batteries with new ones. Apply the cuff correctly. Make sure you remain still and quiet during measurement. Sit comfortably and still. Place your arm on a table with your palm facing upward and the cuff at the same level as your heart. If you have a very weak or irregular heat beat, the device may have difficulty in determining your blood pressure. Refer to “Why Measure Blood Pressure at Home?”. Remove the batteries. Place them back properly and take another measurement. Note: If the actions described above do not solve the problem, contact the dealer. Do not attempt to open or repair this product, as any attempt to do so will make your warranty invalid. English 18

****** Page 20 ****** Maintenance Do not open the device. It uses delicate electrical components and an intricate air unit that could be damaged. If you cannot fix the problem using the troubleshooting instructions, contact the authorized dealer in your area or our customer service department. The A&D customer service will provide technical information, spare parts and units to authorized dealers. The device was designed and manufactured for a long service life. However it is generally recommended to have the device inspected every 2 years, to ensure proper functioning and accuracy. Please contact the authorized dealer in your area or A&D for maintenance. Technical Data Type Measurement method Measurement range Measurement accuracy Power supply Classification Clinical test EMC Memory Operating condition Storage condition Dimensions Weight Accessory AC adapter TB-233 IJA-1030T Oscillometric measurement Pressure: 0 – 299 mmHg Systolic pressure: 60 – 279 mmHg Diastolic pressure: 40 – 200 mmHg Pulse: 40 – 180 beats / minute Pressure: ±3 mmHg Pulse: ±50/0 4 x 1.5V batteries (R6P, LR6 or AA) or AC adapter (T B-233) (Not included) Type BF According to ANSI / AAMI SP-IO 1992 IEC 60601-1-2: 2007 Last 90 measurements +100C to +400C / 300/0RH to 850/0RH -200C to +600C / IOO/ORH to 950/0RH Approx. 140 [W] x 60 [H] x 105 [D] mm Approx. 300 g, excluding the batteries The adapter is to connect the blood pressure monitor to a power source at home. Please contact your local A&D dealer for purchasing. Note: Specifications are subject to change without prior notice. EMC table information is listed on our website: aandd.jp/products/manual/medical/emc_acadapter_en.pdf English 19

****** Page 21 ****** A&D Company, Limited 1-243 Asahi, Kitamoto-shi, Saitama INSTRUMENTS LTD. 364-8585 JAPAN Fax: [81] (48) 593-1119 Unit 24/26 Blacklands Way, Abingdon Business Park, Abingdon, Oxfordshire Telephone: [44] (1235) 550420 Fax: [44] (1235) 550485 A&D Australasia Pty Ltd. 32 Dew Street, Thebarton, South Australia 5031 AUSTRALIA OX14 IDY United Kingdom Telephone: [61] (8) 8301-8100 ENGINEERING, INC. Fax: [61] (8) 8352-7409 1756 Automation Parkway, San Jose, California 95131 U.S.A. Telephone: [1] (408) 263-5333 KOREA Limited Fax: [II (408)263-0119 0.1101 . ell. Cl (F) 36_2 ( 8th Floor, Manhattan Bldg. 36-2 Yoido-dong, Youngdeungpo-ku, Seoul, KOREA ) Telephone: [82] (2) 780-4101 Fax: [82] (2) 782-4280


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