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PDF Content Summary: One Jake Brown Road Old Bridge, NJ 08857-1000 USA (800) 523-6049 • (732) 679-4000 • FAX: (732) 679-4353 blondertongue.com INSTRUCTION MANUAL AM Series Agile Modulator with Emergency Alert System Model Stock No. AM-60-550 59416 AM-60-806 59419 Status Date Document No. Issue No. Author Active September 22, 2014 651217400F 6 KK Obsolete December 11, 2009 651217400E 5 KK C U ® L US LISTED 45A6 ©2009 Blonder Tongue Laboratories, Inc. All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Trademarks are the property of their respective owner. 2 AM Series Instruction Manual We recommend that you write the following information in the spaces provided below. Purchase Location Name: Purchase Location Telephone Number: AM Series Serial Number: The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Revisions may be issued to advise of such changes and/or additions. Correspondence regarding this publication should be addressed directly to: Blonder Tongue Laboratories, Inc. One Jake Brown Road Old Bridge, NJ 08857 Document Number: USA 651217400F All product names, trade names, or corporate names mentioned in this document are acknowledged to be the proprietary property of the registered owners. This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited. AM Series 3 Instruction Manual Section 1 — General & Safety Instructions The STOP sign symbol is intended to alert you to the presence of REQUIRED operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions that if not followed, may result in product failure or destruction. The YIELD sign symbol is intended to alert you to the presence of RECOMMENDED operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions. The LIGHTNING flash symbol is intended to alert you to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electrical shock. TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER FROM THIS UNIT. NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE NOTE TO CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER This reminder is provided to call the CATV System Installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical. Safety Instructions YOU SHOULD ALWAYS FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS TO HELP ENSURE AGAINST INJURY TO YOURSELF AND DAMAGE TO YOUR EQUIPMENT. å Elevated Operating Ambient - If installed in a closed or multi-unit rack assembly, the operating ambient temperature of the rack environment may be greater than room ambient. Therefore, consideration should be given to installing the equipment in an environment compatible with the maximum ambient temperature per manufacturer's recommendation. å Reduced Air Flow - Installation of the equipment in a rack should be such that the amount of air flow required for safe operation of the equipment is not compromised. å Mechanical Loading - Mounting of the equipment in the rack should be such that a hazardous condition is not achieved due to uneven mechanical loading. å Circuit Overloading - Consideration should be given to the connection of the equipment to the supply circuit and the effect that overloading of the circuits might have on overcurrent protection and supply wiring. Appropriate consideration of equipment nameplate ratings should be used when addressing this concern. å Reliable Earthing - Reliable earthing of rack-mounted equipment should be maintained. Particular attention should be given to supply connections other than direct connections to the branch circuit (e.g. use of power strips). å Read all safety and operating instructions before you operate the unit. å Retain all safety and operating instructions for future reference. å Heed all warnings on the unit and in the safety and operating instructions. 4 AM Series Instruction Manual Safety Instructions - continued å Follow all installation, operating, and use instructions. å Unplug the unit from the AC power outlet before cleaning. Use only a damp cloth for cleaning the exterior of the unit. å Do not use accessories or attachments not recommended by Blonder Tongue, as they may cause hazards, and will void the warranty. å Do not operate the unit in high-humidity areas, or expose it to water or moisture. å Do not place the unit on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The unit may fall, causing serious personal injury and damage to the unit. Install the unit only in a mounting rack designed for 19” rack-mounted equipment. å Do not block or cover slots and openings in the unit. These are provided for ventilation and protection from overheating. Never place the unit near or over a radiator or heat register. Do not place the unit in an enclosure such as a cabinet without proper ventilation. Do not mount equipment in the rack space directly above or below the unit. å Operate the unit using only the type of power source indicated on the marking label. Unplug the unit power cord by gripping the plug, not the cord. å The unit is equipped with a three-wire ground-type plug. This plug will fit only into a ground-type power outlet. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact an electrician to replace the outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the ground-type plug. å Route power supply cords so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them. Pay particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the unit. å Be sure that the outdoor components of the antenna system are grounded in accordance with local, federal, and National Electrical Code (NEC) require ments. Pay special attention to NEC Sections 810 and 820. See the example shown in the following diagram: å We strongly recommend using an outlet that contains surge suppression or ground fault protection. For added protection during a lightning storm, or when the unit is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the lines between the unit and the antenna. This will prevent damage caused by lightning or power line surges. å Do not locate the antenna near overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing the antenna, take extreme care to avoid touching such power lines or circuits, as contact with them can be fatal. å Do not overload wall outlets or extension cords, as this can result in a risk of fire or electrical shock. å Never insert objects of any kind into the unit through openings, as the objects may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts. This could cause fire or electrical shock. å Do not attempt to service the unit yourself, as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage and will void the warranty. Refer all servicing to authorized service personnel. å Unplug the unit from the wall outlet and refer servicing to authorized service personnel whenever the following occurs: o The power supply cord or plug is damaged; o Liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the unit; o The unit has been exposed to rain or water; o The unit has been dropped or the chassis has been damaged; o The unit exhibits a distinct change in performance. å When replacement parts are required, ensure that the service technician uses replacement parts specified by Blonder Tongue. Unauthorized substitu tions may damage the unit or cause electrical shock or fire, and will void the warranty. å Upon completion of any service or repair to the unit, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to ensure that the unit is in proper operating condition. Returning Product for Repair (or Credit) A Return Material Authorization (RMA) Number is required on all products returned to Blonder Tongue, regardless if the product is being returned for repair or credit. Before returning product, please contact the Blonder Tongue Service Department at 1-800-523-6049, Ext. 4256 or visit our website: blondertongue.com for further information. AM Series 5 Instruction Manual Description The AM Series are professional quality agile audio/video modulators equipped with an Emergency Alert System (EAS) feature, which can also be used for an alternate IF input. The units provide an audio and video modulated RF carrier on any channel from 54 to 550 or 806 MHz depending upon the model. Any standard audio/video source can be used, such as satellite receivers, television cameras, video tape recorders, or television demodulators. Channel tuning is easily accomplished with the use of front panel channel up/down push buttons. Frequency plans include CATV Standard EIA, IRC, HRC & Broadcast. All channel frequency information with appropriate FCC offsets is pre programmed and tuned electronically via a microprocessor. The AM Series have optional features to fit many different applications. A stereo audio option, Option 05, also allows the integration of a BTSC stereo encoder module into the AM Series. This optional stereo encoder converts stereo left and right audio into a composite BTSC stereo audio signal. The factory installed option provides 20 dB of stereo separation, less than 1.0% total harmonic distortion and 60 dB signal to noise ratio. The EAS / Alternate IF feature allows a choice between manual and automatic selection of the EAS/ALT IF input signal. This is done through a 3 position terminal strip on the rear of the unit. In the manual mode the EAS/ALT IF feature is activated by a contact closure switch, which completes a ground connection. In the automatic mode, two positions on the terminal strip are jumpered together enabling an automatic detection circuit in the unit. When an EAS/ALT IF signal is routed to the EAS/ALT IF port the unit automatically switches to that alternate signal. The AM Series meets FCC Docket 21006 aeronautical frequency offset requirements (5 kHz video carrier accuracy). A high in-channel carrier to noise performance of 63 dB typical is achieved by the unit. A custom SAW IF filter is employed to provide true vestigial sideband selectivity with built-in FCC group delay equalization. A state of the art converter design with pre-programmed microprocessor controlled channel tuning ensures that the Blonder Tongue AM Series are the ideal agile modulator for any demanding CATV headend need. Options 02 Video Input Connector BNC 75 Ohm 04 Sub Band Output (AM-60-550 only) 05 Stereo Audio 07 Video AGC 08 Audio AGC 09 Balanced Audio Input 6 AM Series Instruction Manual Input Output

Connector Standard: Option 2: Impedance: Return Loss: Video Input Level Standard: Option 7 (Video AGC): Video-to-RMS Hum Ratio: Signal-to-Noise Ratio: Differential Gain: Differential Phase: Over-modulation Indicator: Chrominance/Luminance Delay: Mono Audio (Standard) Connector: Option 9 (Balanced Audio Input): Input Impedance: Option 9 (Balanced Audio Input): Input Level Standard: Option 8 (Audio AGC): Frequency Range: Frequency Response: Total Harmonic Distortion: Signal-to-Noise Ratio: Over-modulation Threshold: Stereo Audio (Option 5) Connector: Input Impedance: Input Sensitivity Standard: Option 8 (Audio AGC): Frequency Response: Separation: Harmonic Distortion: General “F” Female BNC Female 75 Ω 18 dB 0.7 volt Peak-to-Peak (87.5% depth of modulation) 0.4 to 2.5 volts Peak-to-Peak (87.5% ±2.5% depth of modulation) 65 dB Peak-to-Peak 58 dB (Weighted; at 4MHz bandwidth) 2.0% 1.0 degree 87 to 92% Per FCC Requirements RCA Terminal Strip Greater than 10 kΩ, unbalanced 600 Ω, balanced 0.5 to 4.0 volt Peak-to-Peak 0.5 to 4.0 volt Peak-to-Peak (constant 25 kHz deviation) 50 Hz to 15 kHz ± 0.5 dB 1% @ 25 kHz deviation 59 dB 25 ± 2 kHz peak deviation RCA Greater than 10 kΩ, unbalanced 1.0 volt Peak-to-Peak (55 kHz peak deviation with pilot tone) 0.5 to 4.0 volt Peak-to-Peak (constant 55 kHz deviation with pilot tone) ±0.75 dB (50 Hz to 14 kHz) 20 dB (50 Hz to 10 kHz) Less than 1% (@ 1kHz) Connector: Impedance: Return Loss: Frequency Range AM-60-806 Model: AM-60-550 Model: AM-60-550 with Option 4 (Sub-band): NTSC Channel Modes: Power Level Power Level Range Video Flatness: Carrier-to-Noise: (In Channel) Broadband Noise: (4 MHz bandwidth) Spurious Outputs: Aural/Visual Carrier Ratio: 4.5 MHz Aural Inter-carrier Freq. Tolerance: Channel Selectivity Adjacent Aural & Below: Adjacent Picture & Above: Visual Carrier Frequency Tolerance Standard Channels: FCC Aeronautical Channels: IF (Intermediate Frequency) Input/Output Connector: Aural Frequency: Visual Frequency: Composite IF Output Aural Carrier Level: Visual Carrier Level: Input/Output Impedance: Input/Output Return Loss: EAS/Alternative IF Connector: Input Level: Switch Isolation: Alarms/Monitoring/Control “F” Female 75 Ω 12 dB 54 to 806 (NTSC CATV Ch. 2-125) 54 to 550 MHz (NTSC CATV Ch. 2 -78 & 95-99) 7 to 550 MHz (NTSC CATV Ch. T7 -78 & 95-99) UHF, VHF, CATV (Standard, HRC, IRC) +60 dBmV +50 to +60 dBmV (in 0.2 dB increments) fv-0.5 to fv+4.2 MHz (1.0 dB Peak-to-Valley) 63 dB -77 dBc (@ +60 dBmV output level) -63 dBc -15 ±5 dB ±150 Hz; 32 to 122 °F (0 to 50 °C) -40 dB -40 ±5 dB ±5.0 kHz; 32 to 122 °F (0 to 50 °C) ±2.5 kHz; 32 to 122 °F (0 to 50 °C) “F” Female / “F” Female 41.25 MHz 45.75 MHz +20 dBmV +35 dBmV 75 Ω 16/15 dB “F” Female +38 dBmV @ 45.75 MHz Greater than 60 dB

Dimensions (W x D x H): 19.0 x 14.25 x 1.75 in. (483 x 362 x 44 mm) Power: 117 VAC ±10%; 60Hz (Fuse: 0.40 Amp) Also available in 220 VAC; 50Hz Power Dissipation: 28 W (max) Weight: 7 lbs (3.18 kg) Operating Temperature: 32 to 122 °F (0 to 50 °C) Storage Temperature: -13 to 158 °F (-25 to 70 °C) Operating Humidity: 0 to 95% RH @ 35 °C max, non-condensing Storage Humidity: 0 to 95% RH @ 35 °C max, non-condensing Front-Panel Indicators Channel / Mode / RF Output: Video Over-modulation: Audio Over-modulation: EAS/Alternative IF: Stereo: Front-Panel Controls Channel / Mode /RF Output: Video Level: Audio Level: Aural Carrier Level: 3-Digit LED Display Red LED Red LED Red LED Green LED Navigation Key-pad Potentiometer Potentiometer Potentiometer

Controls and Connections Operating Controls AM Series 7 Instruction Manual

All operating controls and indicators for the modulator are located on, or are accessible from the front panel.

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[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] Figure 1 - Front Panel

[1] EAS/ALT INDICATOR: Lights Red when EAS/ALT is active. [2] VIDEO OVERMODULATION LED: Lights when modulation is above 87.5%. [3] VIDEO MODULATION LEVEL: Adjusts percentage of modulation. [4] AURAL-TO-VISUAL CARRIER RATIO: Controls amplitude of aural RF carrier relative to visual RF carrier. [5] AUDIO MODULATION LEVEL: Adjusts aural carrier modulation. [6] AUDIO OVERMODULATION LED: Lights when peak deviation of aural carrier is over 25 kHz. [7] DISPLAY MODE BUTTON: Used to scroll through channel configuration, output level and modes. [8] CHANNEL, CHANNEL CONFIGURATION/OUTPUT LEVEL DISPLAY [9] UP/DOWN BUTTONS: Used to scroll through the channel, and channel configuration/output display. [10] ENTER BUTTON: Evokes the current settings in the channel/output display when depressed. [11] STEREO INDICATOR: Green LED lights when equipped with stereo option (AM Opt 5), the audio select switch (on rear panel) in the stereo position and video is applied to the modulator. Note: All connections to the unit are made at the rear panel.

[1] [2] [3][4] [5] [10] [1] RF OUTPUT: + 60 dBmV RF output [2] IF INPUT: +35 dBmV IF Input [3] EAS/ALT IF INPUT: Emergency Alert or Alternate IF Input [4] IF OUT: +35 dBmV IF Output (See note #10 below) [5] EAS/ALT IF TERMINAL: EAS / ALT IF mode selection (See page 9) [6] BALANCED AUDIO INPUT: Balanced Audio Input (Option 9 units only) [7] AUDIO INPUT: Audio input (standard) [8] VIDEO AGC ON/OFF: Video AGC switch (Option 7 units only) [9] VIDEO INPUT: 1 Volt PP video input [6] [7] [8] [9] Figure 2 - Rear Panel

[10] IF LOOP CABLE: The IF loop cable (supplied) must be installed to provide RF continuity. The modulator will not have an RF output without the IF loop installed. 8 AM Series Instruction Manual Operation Option 4: (AM 60 550 Opt 4) Subchannel display in standard configuration mode (only) Display Mode This button scrolls through the selection of Channel, Channel Configuration, Output Level mode in this order. The resting state (default) of the AM's display mode is the channel number. Channel Selection The output channel is selected by pressing the UP or DN button when in the channel display mode. The LED display will blink indicating a transition state. The actual channel is not changed until the ENTER button is pressed. If the ENTER button is not pressed, the display will return to resting state after 30 seconds. Pressing and holding the UP or DN button will allow for faster scrolling of channel. All internal attenuators are temporarily set for maximum attenuation during channel change. Channel Configuration The Channel Configuration is changed by pressing the UP or DN button when in the Channel Configuration display mode. The LED display will blink indicating a transition state. The channel configuration is not changed until the ENTER button is pressed. If the ENTER button is not pressed, the display will return to resting state after 30 seconds. If the mode is to be changed and it is not a valid mode for the existing channel, when the ENTER button is pressed, the new mode will be selected, and the channel will default to channel-2. The available Channel Configurations are as follows: C = Standard (default from factory) I = IRC H = HRC U = Broadcast VHF/UHF Error Conditions The Display will show a flashing "EE1" if the PLL1 is not locked. The Display will show a flashing "EE2" if the PLL2 is not locked. The Display will show a flashing "EE3" if both PLL1 and PLL2 are not locked. All internal attenuators are automatically set for maximum attenuation in any of the above conditions. Please contact our Service Department should any of these errors conditions occur. AM Series 9 Instruction Manual Adjustments VIDEO LEVEL: With the intended signal source connected and a representative video program present turn the Video Level Adjust control clockwise until the Video Overmodulation light just flashes, then back off slightly. Alternatively, while watching the picture on a good TV monitor, adjust the control to the highest (clockwise) level that does NOT cause the highlights (white portions of the picture) to become “washed out”. AUDIO LEVEL: Turn the Audio Level Adjust control clockwise until the Audio Overmodulation light just flashes slightly on the loudest peaks of the audio program material. OUTPUT LEVEL: The Output Level is adjusted by pressing the UP or DN button when in the Output Level display mode. The LED display will blink indicating a transition state. The output level is not changed until the ENTER button is pressed. If the ENTER button is not pressed, the display will return to its resting state after 30 seconds. Pressing and holding the UP or DN button will allow for faster scrolling. The Level increments in 0.2 dB steps. Output level accuracy is typically +/- 1 dB of display, +/- 2 dB worst case. A/V CARRIER RATIO: To adjust the aural-to-visual carrier ratio, tune the RF indicator device to the aural carrier frequency and adjust the Aural Carrier control to obtain the desired aural carrier level. Recommended ratio is -15 dB. EAS/ALT IF: AUTOMATIC: Connect a jumper to the terminal strip auto position. EAS will switch on when a +38 dBmV EAS IF signal is detected. MANUAL: EAS is active with a ground connection on the manual position of the terminal strip. Stereo Compatibility Of The Modulator The AM Series modulator are shipped configured for standard TV monaural operation (rear panel audio select switch is set to mono audio). To defeat the audio pre-emphasis for use with an external MTS Stereo Generator or when using Option 5 Stereo, move the audio select switch on the rear panel to the stereo position. 10 AM Series Instruction Manual Option 5 Stereo Audio Description The stereo audio option integrates a BTSC stereo encoder module to the AM Series. The optional stereo encoder converts stereo left and right audio into a composite BTSC stereo audio signal. This Option provides 20 dB of stereo separation, less than 1.0% total harmonic distortion and 60 dB signal to noise ratio. Specifications Audio Input Sensitivity: 350 mV rms for 55 kHz peak dev.(w/pilot tone) Video Input: 0.7 to 2 Vp-p Frequency Response (Decoder output left or right channel): L+R (In Phase Inputs) 50 Hz -10 kHz: 0.5 dB 50 Hz -12 kHz: 0.75 dB L-R (Out of Phase Inputs) 50 Hz -10 kHz: 2.5 dB 50 Hz -12 kHz: 3.5 dB L or R (One Grounded) 50 Hz -10 kHz: 1.5 dB 50 Hz -12 kHz: 1.75 dB Separation 50 Hz -10 kHz: 20 dB Harmonic Distortion @ 1 kHz (Decode Output: Left or right channel): L+R: <1 % L-R: <1 % L or R: <1 % AM Series 11 Instruction Manual Appendix A Frequency Allocation Tables

EIA Standard Incremental Harmonic Chan. Video Video (IRC) Video (HRC) 02 55.2500 55.2625 54 03 61.2500 61.2625 60 04 67.2500 67.2625 66 01 NA 73.2625 72 05 77.2500 79.2625 78 06 83.2500 85.2625 84 95 91.2500 91.2625 90 96 97.2500 97.2625 96 97 103.2500 103.2625 102 98 109.2750 109.2750 Cannot lock to comb 99 115.2750 115.2750 ref: refer to FCC regs 14 121.2625 121.2625 120 15 127.2625 127.2625 126 16 133.2625 133.2625 132 17 139.2500 139.2625 138 18 145.2500 145.2625 144 19 151.2500 151.2625 150 20 157.2500 157.2625 156 21 163.2500 163.2625 162 22 169.2500 169.2625 168 07 175.2500 175.2625 174 08 181.2500 181.2625 180 09 187.2500 187.2625 186 10 193.2500 193.2625 192 11 199.2500 199.2625 198 12 205.2500 205.2625 204 13 211.2500 211.2625 210 23 217.2500 217.2625 216 24 223.2500 223.2625 222 25 229.2625 229.2625 228 26 235.2625 235.2625 234 27 241.2625 241.2625 240 28 247.2625 247.2625 246 29 253.2625 253.2625 252 30 259.2625 259.2625 258 31 265.2625 265.2625 264 32 271.2625 271.2625 270 33 277.2625 277.2625 276 34 283.2625 283.2625 282 35 289.2625 289.2625 288 36 295.2625 295.2625 294 37 301.2625 301.2625 300 38 307.2625 307.2625 306 39 313.2625 313.2625 312 40 319.2625 319.2625 318 41 325.2625 325.2625 324 42 331.2750 331.2750 330 43 337.2625 337.2625 336 44 343.2625 343.2625 342 45 349.2625 349.2625 348 46 355.2625 355.2625 354 47 361.2625 361.2625 360 48 367.2625 367.2625 366 49 373.2625 373.2625 372 50 379.2625 379.2625 378 51 385.2625 385.2625 384 52 391.2625 391.2625 390 53 397.2625 397.2625 396 54 403.2500 403.2625 402 55 409.2500 409.2625 408 56 415.2500 415.2625 414 57 421.2500 421.2625 420 58 427.2500 427.2625 426 59 433.2500 433.2625 432 60 439.2500 439.2625 438 61 445.2500 445.2625 444 62 451.2500 451.2625 450 EIA Standard Incremental Harmonic Chan. Video Video (IRC) Video (HRC) 63 457.2500 457.2625 456 64 463.2500 463.2625 462 65 469.2500 469.2625 468 66 475.2500 475.2625 474 67 481.2500 481.2625 480 68 487.2500 487.2625 486 69 493.2500 493.2625 492 70 499.2500 499.2625 498 71 505.2500 505.2625 504 72 511.2500 511.2625 510 73 517.2500 517.2625 516 74 523.2500 523.2625 522 75 529.2500 529.2625 528 76 535.2500 535.2625 534 77 541.2500 541.2625 540 78 547.2500 547.2625 546 79 553.2500 553.2625 552 80 559.2500 559.2625 558 81 565.2500 565.2625 564 82 571.2500 571.2625 570 83 577.2500 577.2625 576 84 583.2500 583.2625 582 85 589.2500 589.2625 588 86 595.2500 595.2625 594 87 601.2500 601.2625 600 88 607.2500 607.2625 606 89 613.2500 613.2625 612 90 619.2500 619.2625 618 91 625.2500 625.2625 624 92 631.2500 631.2625 630 93 637.2500 637.2625 636 94 643.2500 643.2625 642 100 649.2500 649.2625 648 101 655.2500 655.2625 654 102 661.2500 661.2625 660 103 667.2500 667.2625 666 104 673.2500 673.2625 672 105 679.2500 679.2625 678 106 685.2500 685.2625 684 107 691.2500 691.2625 690 108 697.2500 697.2625 696 109 703.2500 703.2625 702 110 709.2500 709.2625 708 111 715.2500 715.2625 714 112 721.2500 721.2625 720 113 727.2500 727.2625 726 114 733.2500 733.2625 732 115 739.2500 739.2625 738 116 745.2500 745.2625 744 117 751.2500 751.2625 750 118 757.2500 757.2625 756 119 763.2500 763.2625 762 120 769.2500 769.2625 768 121 775.2500 775.2625 774 122 781.2500 781.2625 780 123 787.2500 787.2625 786 124 793.2500 793.2625 792 125 799.2500 799.2625 798 VHF Broadcast Channels Channel Video (MHz) 2 55.25 3 61.25 4 67.25 5 77.25 6 83.25 7 175.25 8 181.25 9 187.25 10 193.25 11 199.25 12 205.25 13 211.25 UHF Broadcast Channels Channel Video (MHz) 14 471.25 15 477.25 16 483.25 17 489.25 18 495.25 19 501.25 20 507.25 21 513.25 22 519.25 23 525.25 24 531.25 25 537.25 26 543.25 27 549.25 28 555.25 29 561.25 30 567.25 31 573.25 32 579.25 33 585.25 34 591.25 35 597.25 36 603.25 37 609.25 38 615.25 39 621.25 40 627.25 41 633.25 42 639.25 43 645.25 44 651.25 45 657.25 46 663.25 47 669.25 48 675.25 49 681.25 50 687.25 51 693.25 52 699.25 53 705.25 54 711.25 55 717.25 56 723.25 57 729.25 58 735.25 59 741.25 60 747.25 61 753.25 62 759.25 63 765.25 64 771.25 65 777.25 66 783.25 67 789.25 68 795.25 69 801.25 Sub Band Channels Channel Standard Video T77 T8 13 T9 19 T10 25 T11 31 T12 37 T13 43 T14 49

12 AM Series Instruction Manual [This page is intentionally blank.] AM Series 13 Instruction Manual [This page is intentionally blank.] 14 AM Series Instruction Manual [This page is intentionally blank.] Extended Warranty Program STANDARD TERMS & CONDITIONS OF THE EXTENDED WARRANTY A. THE EXTENDED WARRANTY AGREEMENT (EWA) If during the period following the expiration of the Blonder Tongue Manufacturers’ Standard Warranty ( Copy Included) the products which constitute the subject matter of the extended warranty, manifest any manufacturing or similar such defects then Blonder Tongue shall at its option repair or replace the product. It is emphasized that the extended warranty is in effect an extension of the Blonder Tongue Warranty and covers the items stipulated in Paragraph B to the exclusion of the terms in Paragraph C of this agreement. Eligibility to purchase EW is limited to 90 days following initial shipment on selected products of sufficient value. The product/products included in this extended warranty agreement are listed in the invoice that accompanies the EWA. Term of the extension will be ______ year(s). Purchase Order is required for extended warranty coverage. B. WHAT IS COVERED? 1. If a product has been determined to have failed, which falls within the Terms & Conditions of this EWA, Blonder Tongue Inc. may at its sole discretion repair, modify or replace its component parts that are defective at 100% coverage for parts and labor. 2. A loaner unit may be available on request; PO required. 3. Product is manufactured by Blonder Tongue. 4. Extended warranty period is up to and not to exceed 24 months and sold in increments of 12 months. Order # 9981 for 1 year and #9982 for 2 year extensions. 5. Return of repair or replaced product shipping costs for ground shipments. 6. Firmware upgrades at no charge with automatic notification. C. WHAT IS NOT COVERED? 1. The warranty does not cover any defects caused by foreign objects /connection errors . 2. Use other than by the customer at the declared address appearing in this document. 3. Failure by the end user to comply with the manufacturers’ instructions for installation, maintenance or use. 4. The use of accessories which have not been approved by Blonder Tongue. 5. The application and/or use of any incorrect or abnormal electrical supply to the product. 6. Any defect in wiring or electrical connections which does not form part of the product at the time of the original purchase. 7. Neglect, misuse, or willful abuse of the product. 8. Any repairs or attempted repairs of the product by any person other than Blonder Tongue Service Department. 9. Any modification of the product by any person other than Blonder Tongue Service Department. 10. Fire, flood, war, civil disturbance, industrial action, acts of God or any other causes beyond the reasonable control of Blonder Tongue. 11. Any defect caused by lightning strike or power surges. 12. Shipping costs to return products to Blonder Tongue for warranty service. 13. Blonder Tongue will not in any circumstances be liable for any consequential loss or damages suffered by the customer whether directly or indirectly related defect in the product to the extent permissible by law. 14. Repairs may not be effected without prior authorization from Blonder Tongue Laboratories. D. GENERAL 1. The customer shall notify Blonder Tongue Laboratories in writing within ten days of any change of his or her address. 2. Customer must provide original purchase receipt and serial number to initiate extended warranty coverage. 3. The fee paid for the warranty is not refundable under any circumstances unless cancelled within seven days of purchase. 4. The customer shall take all reasonable precautions to maintain the product is maintained in good working order. 5. The warranty contract ceases to exist if the product is replaced or a credit is given to the customer. Any monies paid for the warranty contract are forfeited and not refundable. This is only applicable when the product is out of the manufacturer’s warranty. 6. The extended warranty period as stated on the Extended Warranty Agreement shall be the governing period notwithstanding any additional supplier warranty on specific components. 7. The warranty shall in no way effect the terms and conditions of the sale agreement in terms of which the customer bought the product. 8. The extended warranty is limited to the terms and conditions herein contained 9. No agreement, varying, adding to, amended, deleting, or cancelling this warranty shall be effective unless given in writing (email is acceptable) and signed by or on behalf of both parties. 10. The cost of the extended warranty is 8% of the purchase price for a 1 or 2 year extension beyond the Blonder Tongue standard warranty. e.g. A product price of $1000 will be $80 for the 1st year (12 mos) and additional $80 for 2 year (24 mos) extension for a total of $160. 11. Warranty product return postage paid to: Blonder Tongue Laboratories, Inc. Attn: Warranty Service Dept. 1 Jake Brown Road Old Bridge, NJ 08857 Contact Blonder Tongue at 800-523-6049 ext. 555 to order extended warranty service. Blonder Tongue Laboratories, Inc. Limited Warranty Limited Warranty Blonder Tongue Laboratories, Inc. (BT) will at its sole option, either repair or replace (with a new or factory reconditioned product, Seller will at its sole option, either repair or replace (with a new or factory reconditioned product, as Seller may determine) any product manufactured or sold (or in as BT may determine) any product manufactured by BT which proves to be defective in materials or workmanship or fails to Blonder Tongue Laboratories, Inc. (BT) will at its sole option, either repair or replace (with a new or factory reconditioned product, as BT may the case of software, licensed) by Seller which is defective in materials or workmanship or fails to meet the applicable specifications that are in effect on the date of meet the specifications which are in effect on the date of shipment or such other specifications as may have been expressly determine) any product manufactured by BT which proves to be defective in materials or workmanship or fails to meet the specifications which are shipment or such other specifications as may have been expressly agreed upon in writing: (i) for a period of three (3) years from the date of original purchase for all agreed upon in writing (i) for a period of one (1) year from the date of original purchase (or such shorter period of time as may stock hardware products (other than those specifically referenced herein below having a shorter warranty period); (ii) for a period of one (1) year from the date of in effect on the date of shipment or such other specifications as may have been expressly agreed upon in writing (i) for a period of one (1) year from be set forth in the license agreement specific to the particular software being licensed), with respect to iCentral™ (hardware and original purchase, with respect to all MegaPort™, IPTV products, test equipment and fiber optics receivers, transmitters, couplers and integrated receiver/distribution the date of original purchase (or such shorter period of time as may be set forth in the license agreement specific to the particular software being amplifiers; (iii) for a period of one (1) year from the date of original purchase (or such shorter period of time as may be set forth in the license agreement specific to software) and all other software products (including embedded software) licensed from BT, (ii)) for a period of one (1) year from licensed), with respect to iCentral™ (hardware and software) and all other software products (including embedded software) licensed from BT, (ii) ) the particular software being licensed from Seller) with respect to all software products licensed from Seller (other than Core Product Software) that is (a) developed the date of original purchase, with respect to all MegaPort, IPTV products and fiber optics receivers, transmitters, couplers and for a period of one (1) year from the date of original purchase, with respect to all MegaPort™, IPTV products, and fiber optics receivers, transmitters, for a specific function or application, (b) complimentary to and does not function without the Core Product Software, and (c) listed with a specific model number and integrated receivers/distribution amplifiers (including TRAILBLAZER™, RETRO-LINX™ and TWIN STAR™ products) as well as for stock number in Seller’s Price List (“Non-Core Software”); (iv) for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of original purchase, with respect to non-serialized couplers and integrated receiver/distribution amplifiers (including TRAILBLAZER™, RETRO-LINX™ and TWIN STAR™ products) as well as for VideoCipher® & DigiCipher® satellite receivers, and (iii) for a period of three (3) years from the date of original purchase, with products and accessories, such as parts, sub-assemblies, splitters and all other products sold by Seller (other than Core Product Software and Refurbished/Closeout DigiCipher ® satellite receivers, and (iii) for a period of three (3) years from the date of original purchase, with respect to all other BT products. Products) not otherwise referred to in clauses (i) through (iii) above. The warranty period for computer programs in machine-readable form included in a hardware respect to all other BT products. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in some cases, the warranty on certain proprietary sub-assembly Notwithstanding the foregoing, in some cases, the warranty on certain proprietary sub-assembly modules manufactured by third-party vendors and product, which are essential for the functionality thereof as specifically stated in the published product specifications (“Core Product Software”) will be coincident modules manufactured by third party vendors and contained in BT products and on certain private-label products manufactured with the warranty period of the applicable hardware product within which such Core Product Software is installed. contained in BT products and on certain private–label products manufactured by third-parties for resale by BT are of shorter duration or otherwise by third parties for resale by BT are of shorter duration or otherwise more limited than the standard BT limited warranty. In such more limited than the standard BT limited warranty. In such cases, BT's warranty with respect to such third-party proprietary sub-assembly modules Software patches, bug fixes, updates or workarounds do not extend the original warranty period of any Core Product Software or Non-Core Software. cases, BT’s warranty with respect to such third party proprietary sub-assembly modules and private-label products will be limited and private-label products will be limited to the duration and other terms of such third-party vendor's warranty. In addition, certain products, that are to the duration and other terms of such third party vendor’s warranty. In addition, certain products, that are not manufactured Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, not manufactured but are resold by BT, carry the original OEM warranty for such products. The limited warranty set forth in this paragraph does not but are resold by BT, carry the original OEM warranty for that product. The limited warranty set forth in this paragraph does not apply to any product sold by BT, which at the time of sale constituted a Refurbished/Closeout Product. apply to any product sold by BT, which at the time of sale constituted a Closeout Product. (i) Seller’s sole obligation for software that when properly installed and used does not substantially conform to the published specifications in effect when the software is first shipped by Seller, is to use commercially reasonable efforts to correct any reproducible material non-conformity (as determined by Seller in its sole (b) BT will at its sole option, either repair or replace (with a new or factory-reconditioned product, as BT may determine) any product sold by BT discretion) by providing the customer with: (a) telephone or e-mail access to report non-conformance so that Seller can verify reproducibility, (b) a software patch or BT will at its sole option, either repair or replace (with a new or factory reconditioned product, as BT may determine) any product bug fix, if available or a workaround to bypass the issue if available, and (c) where applicable, replacement or damaged or defective external media, such as CD-ROM which at the time of sale constituted a refurbished or closeout item (“Refurbished/Closeout Product”), which proves to be defective in materials or sold by BT which at the time of sale constituted a refurbished or closeout items (“Refurbished Product” and “Closeout Product”), disk, on which the software was originally delivered; workmanship or fails to meet the specifications which are in effect on the date of shipment or such other specifications as may have been expressly which proves to be defective in materials or workmanship or fails to meet the specifications which are in effect on the date of agreed upon in writing, for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of original purchase. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in some cases the (ii) Seller does not warrant that the use of any software will be uninterrupted, error-free, free of security vulnerabilities or that the software will meet the customer’s shipment or such other specifications as may have been expressly agreed upon in writing, for a period of ninety (90) days from particular requirements; and the customer’s sole and exclusive remedy for breach of this warranty is, at Seller’s option, to receive (a) suitably modified software, or warranty on third party software and on certain proprietary sub-assembly modules manufactured by third-party vendors and contained in BT products the date of original purchase. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in some cases, the warranty on third party software and on certain part thereof, or (b) comparable replacement software or part thereof; and on certain private–label products manufactured by third-parties for resale by BT are of shorter duration or otherwise more limited than the BT proprietary sub-assembly modules manufactured by third party vendors and contained in BT products and on certain private label products manufactured by third parties for resale by BT are of shorter duration or otherwise more limited than the BT limited limited warranty for Refurbished/Closeout Products. In such cases, BT's warranty for Refurbished/Closeout Products constituting such third party (iii) Seller retains all right, title and interest in and to and ownership of all software (including all Core Product Software and Non-Core Software) including any and all enhancements, modifications and updates to the same; and software, third-party proprietary sub-assembly modules and private-label products will be limited to the duration and other terms of such third-party warranty for Closeout Products. In such cases, BT’s warranty for Closeout Products constituting such third party software, third vendor's warranty. In addition, notwithstanding the foregoing, (i) certain Refurbished/Closeout Products that are not manufactured (but are resold) party proprietary sub-assembly modules and private-label products will be limited to the duration and other terms of such third (iv) in some cases, the warranty on certain proprietary sub-assembly modules manufactured by third-party vendors and contained in Seller’s products, third party party vendor’s warranty. In addition, notwithstanding the foregoing, (i) certain Closeout Products that are not manufactured (but by BT, carry the original OEM warranty for such products, which may be longer or shorter than the BT limited warranty for Refurbished/Closeout software installed in certain of Seller’s products, and on certain private–label products manufactured by third-parties for resale by Seller, will be of shorter duration are resold) by BT, carry the original OEM warranty for such products, which may be longer or shorter than the BT limited warranty Products. All sales of Refurbished/Closeout Products are final. or otherwise more limited than the standard Seller limited warranty. In such cases, Seller's warranty with respect to such third-party proprietary sub-assembly modules, third-party software and private-label products will be limited to the duration and other terms of such third-party vendor's warranty, if any. In addition, for Refurbished or Closeout Products. All sales of Refurbished or Closeout Products are final. certain products, that are not manufactured by Seller, but are resold by Seller, may carry the original OEM warranty for such products, if any. The limited warranty To obtain service under this warranty, the defective product, together with a copy of the sales receipt or other satisfactory proof of purchase and a set forth above does not apply to any product sold by Seller, which at the time of sale constituted a Refurbished/Closeout Product, the limited warranty for which is To obtain service under this warranty, the defective product, together with a copy of the sales receipt or other satisfactory proof brief description of the defect, must be shipped freight prepaid to: Blonder Tongue Laboratories, Inc., One Jake Brown Road, Old Bridge, New provided in the following paragraph. of purchase and a brief description of the defect, must be shipped freight prepaid to: Blonder Tongue Laboratories, Inc., One Jake Jersey 08857. Seller will at its sole option, either repair or replace (with a new or factory-reconditioned product, as Seller may determine) any product sold by Seller which at the Brown Road, Old Bridge, New Jersey 08857. time of sale constituted a refurbished or closeout item (“Refurbished/Closeout Product”), which is defective in materials or workmanship or fails to meet the This warranty does not cover damage resulting from (i) use or installation other than in strict accordance with manufacturer's written instructions, (ii) applicable specifications that are in effect on the date of shipment of that product or fails to meet such other specifications as may have been expressly agreed upon This warranty does not cover damage resulting from (i) use or installation other than in strict accordance with manufacturer’s in writing between the parties, for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of original purchase. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in some cases the warranty on disassembly or repair by someone other than the manufacturer or a manufacturer-authorized repair center, (iii) misuse, misapplication or abuse, (iv) written instructions, (ii) disassembly or repair by someone other than the manufacturer or a manufacturer-authorized repair certain proprietary sub-assembly modules manufactured by third-party vendors and contained in Seller products, third party software installed in certain of Seller’s alteration, (v) lack of reasonable care or (vi) wind, ice, snow, rain, lightning, or any other weather conditions or acts of God. products, and on certain private–label products manufactured by third-parties for resale by Seller will be of shorter duration or otherwise more limited than Seller center, (iii) misuse, misapplication or abuse, (iv) alteration, (v) lack of reasonable care or (vi) wind, ice, snow, rain, lightning, or limited warranty for Refurbished/Closeout Products. In such cases, Seller's warranty for Refurbished/Closeout Products constituting such third party proprietary any other weather conditions or acts of God. OTHER THAN THE WARRANTIES SET FORTH ABOVE, BT MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS OF sub-assembly modules, third party software, and private-label products will be limited to the duration and other terms of such third-party vendor's warranty, if any. In addition, notwithstanding the foregoing, (i) certain Refurbished/Closeout Products that are not manufactured (but are resold) by Seller, may carry the original OEM ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AS TO THE CONDITION, DESCRIPTION, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OTHER THAN THE WARRANTIES SET FORTH ABOVE, BT MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTA- TIONS OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AS TO THE CONDITION, DESCRIPTION, FITNESS FOR A PARTIC- ULAR PURPOSE, MERCHANTABILITY OR AS TO ANY OTHER MATTER, AND SUCH WARRANTIES SUPERSEDE warranty for such products, if any, which may be longer or shorter than Seller’s limited warranty for Refurbished/Closeout Products. All sales of MERCHANTABILITY, OR AS TO ANY OTHER MATTER, AND SUCH WARRANTIES SUPERSEDE ANY ORAL OR WRITTEN Refurbished/Closeout Products are final. WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS MADE OR IMPLIED BY BT OR BY ANY OF BT’S EMPLOYEES OR To obtain service under this warranty, the defective product, together with a copy of the sales receipt, serial number if applicable, or other satisfactory proof of REPRESENTATIVES, OR IN ANY OF BT’S BROCHURES MANUALS, CATALOGS, LITERATURE OR OTHER MATERIALS. IN ANY ORAL OR WRITTEN WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS MADE OR IMPLIED BY BT OR BY ANY OF BT’S purchase and a brief description of the defect, must be shipped freight prepaid to Seller at the following address: One Jake Brown Road, Old Bridge, New Jersey ALL CASES, BUYER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AND BT’S SOLE OBLIGATION FOR ANY BREACH OF THE EMPLOYEES OR REPRESENTATIVES, OR IN ANY OF BT’S BROCHURES, MANUALS, CATALOGS, LITERATURE 08857. WARRANTIES CONTAINED HEREIN SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF THE DEFECTIVE OR OTHER MATERIALS. IN ALL CASES, BUYER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AND BT’S SOLE OBLIGA- TION FOR ANY BREACH OF THE WARRANTIES CONTAINED HEREIN SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR This warranty does not cover failure of performance or damage resulting from (i) use or installation other than in strict accordance with manufacturer's written PRODUCT F.O.B. SHIPPING POINT, AS BT IN ITS SOLE DISCRETION SHALL DETERMINE. BT SHALL IN NO EVENT AND instructions, (ii) disassembly or repair by someone other than the manufacturer or a manufacturer-authorized repair center, (iii) misuse, misapplication or abuse, (iv) UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES BE LIABLE OR RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, REPLACEMENT OF THE DEFECTIVE PRODUCT F.O.B. SHIPPING POINT, AS BT IN ITS SOLE DISCRETION SHALL alteration, (v) exposure to unusual physical or electrical stress, abuse or accident or forces or exposure beyond normal use within specified operational or PUNITIVE, DIRECT OR SPECIAL DAMAGES BASED UPON BREACH OF WARRANTY, BREACH OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE, DETERMINE. BT SHALL IN NO EVENT AND UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES BE LIABLE OR RESPONSIBLE FOR environmental parameters set forth in applicable product specifications, (vi) lack of reasonable care or (vii) wind, ice, snow, rain, lightning, or any other weather STRICT TORT LIABILITY OR OTHERWISE OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY, ARISING DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY FROM conditions or acts of God. ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, PUNITIVE, DIRECT OR SPECIAL DAMAGES BASED UPON THE SALE, USE, INSTALLATION OR FAILURE OF ANY PRODUCT ACQUIRED BY BUYER FROM BT. BREACH OF WARRANTY, BREACH OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE, STRICT TORT LIABILITY OR OTHERWISE OR OTHER THAN THE WARRANTIES SET FORTH ABOVE, SELLER MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AS ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY ARISING DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY FROM THE SALE, USE, INSTALLATION OR TO THE CONDITION, DESCRIPTION, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, MERCHANTABILITY, OR AS TO ANY OTHER MATTER, AND SUCH WARRANTIES All claims for shortages, defects, and non-conforming goods must be made by the customer in writing within five (5) days of receipt of merchandise, FAILURE OF ANY PRODUCT ACQUIRED BY BUYER FROM BT. SET FORTH ABOVE SUPERSEDE ANY ORAL OR WRITTEN WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS MADE OR IMPLIED BY SELLER OR BY ANY OF SELLER’S EMPLOYEES OR REPRESENTATIVES, OR IN ANY OF SELLER’S BROCHURES MANUALS, CATALOGS, LITERATURE OR OTHER MATERIALS. IN ALL CASES, BUYER’S which writing shall state with particularity all material facts concerning the claim then known to the customer. Upon any such claim, the customer SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AND SELLER’S SOLE OBLIGATION FOR ANY BREACH OF THE WARRANTIES CONTAINED HEREIN SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE shall hold the goods complained of intact and duly protected, for a period of up to sixty (60) days. Upon the request of BT, the customer shall ship All claims for shortages, defects and non-conforming goods must be made by Buyer in writing within five (5) days of receipt of REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF THE DEFECTIVE PRODUCT F.O.B. SHIPPING POINT, AS SELLER IN ITS SOLE DISCRETION SHALL DETERMINE. SELLER SHALL IN such allegedly non-conforming or defective goods, freight prepaid to BT for examination by BT's inspection department and verification of the merchandise, which writing shall state with particularity all material facts, concerning the claim then known to Buyer. Upon any NO EVENT AND UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES BE LIABLE OR RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, PUNITIVE, DIRECT OR SPECIAL defect. BT, at its option, will either repair, replace or issue a credit for products determined to be defective. BT's liability and responsibility for such complaint, Buyer shall hold the goods complained of intact and duly protected, for a period of up to sixty (60) days. Upon DAMAGES BASED UPON BREACH OF WARRANTY, BREACH OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE, STRICT TORT LIABILITY OR OTHERWISE OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY, ARISING DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY FROM THE SALE, USE, INSTALLATION OR FAILURE OF ANY PRODUCT ACQUIRED BY BUYER FROM SELLER. the request of BT, Buyer shall ship such allegedly nonconforming or defective goods, freight prepaid to BT for examination by defective products is specifically limited to the defective item or to credit towards the original billing. All such replacements by BT shall be made BT’s inspection department and verification of the defect. BT, at its option, will either repair, replace or issue a credit for products free of charge f.o.b. the delivery point called for in the original order. Products for which replacement has been made under the provisions of this All claims for shortages, defects, and non-conforming goods must be made by the customer in writing within five (5) days of receipt of merchandise, which writing determined to be defective. BT’s liability and responsibility for defective products is specifically limited to the defective item or to clause shall become the property of BT. Under no circumstances are products to be returned to BT without BT's prior written authorization. BT shall state with particularity all material facts concerning the claim then known to the customer. Upon any such claim, the customer shall hold the goods complained of intact and duly protected, for a period of up to sixty (60) days. Upon the request of Seller, the customer shall ship such allegedly non-conforming or defective credit towards the original billing. All such replacements by BT shall be made free of charge f.o.b. the delivery point called for in reserves the right to scrap any unauthorized returns on a no-credit basis. Any actions for breach of a contract of sale between BT and a customer must goods, freight prepaid to Seller for examination by Seller's inspection department and verification of the defect. Seller, at its option, will either repair, replace or issue the original order. Products for which replacement has been made under the provisions of this clause shall become the property be commenced by the customer within thirteen (13) months after the cause of action has accrued. A copy of BT's standard terms and conditions of a credit for products determined to be defective. Seller's liability and responsibility for defective products is specifically limited to the defective item or to credit of BT. Under no circumstances are products to be returned to BT without BT’s prior written authorization. BT reserves the right sale, including the limited warranty, is available from BT upon request. Copies of the limited warranties covering third-party proprietary sub towards the original billing. All such replacements by Seller shall be made free of charge f.o.b. the delivery point called for in the original order. Products for which to scrap any unauthorized returns on a no-credit basis. Any actions for breach of this contract must be commenced by Buyer replacement has been made under the provisions of this clause shall become the property of Seller. Under no circumstances are products to be returned to Seller assembly modules and private-label products manufactured by third-parties are also available from BT on request. DigiCipher ® is a registered without Seller's prior written authorization. Seller reserves the right to scrap any unauthorized returns on a no-credit basis. Any actions for breach of a contract of within thirteen (13) months after the cause of action has accrued. A copy of BT’s standard terms and conditions of sale, including trademark of Motorola Corp. (Rev 0509) sale between Seller and a customer must be commenced by the customer within thirteen (13) months after the cause of action has accrued. A copy of Seller's the limited warranty, is available from BT upon request. Copies of the limited warranties covering third party proprietary sub assembly modules and private label products manufactured by third parties are also available from BT on request. VideoCipher® standard terms and conditions of sale, including the limited warranty, is available from Seller upon request. Copies of the limited warranties covering third-party proprietary sub-assembly modules and private-label products manufactured by third-parties may also be available from Seller on request. (Rev 0713)

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