07839 Kuwala kwa Dzuwa la LED
Malangizo Ogwira Ntchito
We are delighted that you have chosen our LED solar spotlight.
Ngati muli ndi mafunso okhudzana ndi malonda komanso za zida zosinthira / zowonjezera, funsani dipatimenti yothandiza makasitomala kudzera yathu website: www.ds-group.de/kundenservice Information About the Operating
Instructions Before using the product for the first time, please read through these operating instructions carefully and keep them for future reference and other users. They form an integral part of the product. The manufacturer and importer do not accept any liability if the information in these operating instructions is not complied with.
Danger symbol: This symbol indicates possible haz ards. Read the associated safety notices carefully and follow them.
Werengani malangizo ogwiritsira ntchito musanagwiritse ntchito!
Mawu achisoni amawonetsa zoopsa ngati zidziwitso zofananira sizitsatiridwa.
CHENJEZO - pachiwopsezo chapakatikati, chingayambitse kuvulala kapena kufa kwambiri
Zindikirani - zingayambitse kuwonongeka kwa zinthu
- The product is used for illuminating outdoor areas. The battery charges up in daylight via the solar panel. This stored energy allows the LEDs to glow in the dark as well.
- The motion sensor records movements in dark environ ments with coverage of around 120 degrees within a radius of approx. 5 – 8 metres.
Zindikirani that the motion sensor can also be triggered by pets or wild animals!
- Chogulitsidwacho chimapangidwa kuti chizigwiritsidwa ntchito payokha ndipo sichimapangidwira ntchito zamalonda.
- Chogulitsidwacho chiyenera kugwiritsidwa ntchito monga tafotokozera m'mawu ogwiritsira ntchito. Ntchito ina iliyonse imadziwika kuti ndi yosayenera.
Zidziwitso ZA CHITETEZO
CHENJEZO - Ngozi ya Kuvulala!
- Sungani zinthu zoyikapo kutali ndi ana ndi nyama. Pali kuopsa kwa kupuma!
- Mankhwalawa si chidole. Osasiya ana ndi ziweto osayang'aniridwa kuti mupewe kuvulala!
- Never look directly into the LEDs! This could damage your eyes.
- Batteries can be deadly if swallowed. The battery and the remote control should be kept out of the reach of children and animals. There is a danger of burns from battery acid! If a battery is swallowed, medical attention must be sought immediately.
- If the battery leaks, do not allow your skin, eyes and mucous membranes to come into contact with the battery acid. There is a danger of burns. If you touch battery acid, rinse the affected areas with abundant clear water straight away and seek medical assistance immediately.
- Do not use the product if the battery is leaking.
CHidziwitso - Kuopsa Kumawononga Chuma ndi Katundu
- Gwiritsani ntchito mtundu wa batri wokhawo womwe watchulidwa mu data yaukadaulo.
- Take the battery out of the remote control when it is dead or if you will not be using the product for a prolonged peri od. This will prevent any damage caused by leaks.
- Remove a leaking battery immediately.
- Do not take apart the motor unit with builtin battery. Protect it from: fire, high temperatures of over 50°C, direct sunlight and subzero temperatures. The battery could ignite or explode. Do not store the product in a vehicle where it might be exposed to extreme temperatures.
- Use suitable fixings to mount the product on a wall. If you are unsure whether the fixings supplied with the product are suitable, seek advice from a specialist stockist.
- Fix the product on a stable surface.
- Before drilling, ensure that there are no pipes or cables be hind the intended drilling point.
- Protect the product from flames, heat sources and impacts.
- Never immerse the product in water or other liquids! It is only resistant to splashing.
- During extreme weather conditions (e.g. storm, hail) or if it is not going to be used for a long time, switch off the product and store it in a dry place.
- Do not make any modifications to the product. Do not take the product apart and do not attempt to repair it. Contact the customer service department if there is any damage.
- Ma LED omwewo sangathe kusinthidwa.
1 x solar spotlight (lamp head incl. 3.7 V battery, wall mounting bracket and integrated motion sensor) with solar unit
1 x base for solar unit
1 x ground spike
1 x fixings (2 x anchors; 2 x screws)
1 x remote control incl. 3 V button cell battery (CR2025)
1 x malangizo opangira
Check the items supplied for completeness and the product for transport damage. If you find any damage, do not use the product but contact our customer service department. Remove any possible films, stickers or transport protection from the product. Osachotsa mbaleyo ndi machenjezo aliwonse omwe angakhalepo!
The solar spotlight should not be placed near to other light sources such as street lamps or other lamps, so that the motion sensor can respond and the LEDs can be switched on automatically.
Place the solar spotlight in a location where the solar unit can absorb direct sunlight all day long if possible. Thanks to the connecting cable, the solar unit can be positioned flexibly within a radius of up to 3 m.
Khomo la Wall
- Place the wall mounting bracket on the shaft of the lamp head on the wall and mark out two drill holes.
- Drill holes into the wall and place anchors in them.
- Then fix the wall mounting bracket in place with screws and tighten.
- Push the ground spike into the shaft of the lamp mutu.
- Anchor the ground spike in the ground.
- Slide the solar unit onto the lamp head from behind until it engages.
- To detach the solar unit from the lamp head, pull on the locking lug and pull the solar unit off the lamp head. Alternatively, the solar unit can also be attached to the base.
KUSINTHA BATIRI MU ULAMULIRO WA Akutali
Batire yayikidwa kale. Zomwe muyenera kuchita ndikutulutsa chitetezo chamayendedwe.
Before inserting the battery, check whether it is clean and clean it if necessary.
- Chipinda cha batri chili kumbali yopapatiza ya chowongolera chakutali. Kokani monga momwe zasonyezedwera.
- Take out the used battery and in sert a new battery (3 V, CR2025). The positive pole must be facing upwards.
- Slide the battery compartment into the remote control. You should feel and hear it click into place.
KUSINTHA NDI KUZIMA
- Slide the On / Off switch on the bottom of the lamp head to the right to switch on the product.
If the product has been switched on using the On / Off switch on the lamp head, the product can also be con trolled using the remote control.
In order to check if the product is switched on during day light, cover the solar unit with your hand. If the LEDs light up, the product is switched on.
When the product is switched on, the battery can charge up in daylight.
- When darkness sets in, the motion sensor and the LEDs become active. Three different modes can be set:
|mode 1||• The LEDs are switched off.
• When any movement is registered, the LEDs switch on at 100% brightness.
• The LEDs switch off after around 20 seconds without registering a movement.
|mode 2||• The LEDs are switched off.
• When any movement is registered, the LEDs switch on at 100% brightness.
• The LEDs switch to 20% brightness after around 20 seconds without registering a movement.
|mode 3||• During darkness, the LEDs light up con-stantly at 30% brightness.
• The motion detector is deactivated.
The modes can be set by pressing the corresponding but tons 1, 2, 3 on the remote control.
- When the product is not in use, switch it off by sliding the On / Off switch to the left.
Chonde dziwani: The battery performance may be severely re stricted in temperatures well below freezing.
- Keep the solar unit clean so that the greatest possible absorption of light is ensured. Wipe down the solar panel (and if necessary also the remaining components of the
product) with a damp nsalu.
- Do not use any caustic or abrasive cleaning agents to clean the product! These might damage the surfaces.
- When it is not in use, you should store the product in a dry, clean location which is out of the reach of children and animals.
|Nambala ya mutu:||7839|
|Zowonekera:||3.7 V DC (2 x Liion battery, 2400 mAh)|
|Kuwongolera kwakutali:||3 V DC (1 x button cell, CR2025)|
|Nthawi yonyamula mabatire:||approx. 8 – 10 hours (in sunshine)|
|Mwadzina wowala:||pafupifupi. 400 lm|
|Coverage angle:||pafupifupi. 120 °|
|Mtundu:||approx. 5 – 8 m|
|Kalasi ya chitetezo:||III|
|Mtundu wa chitetezo:||IP64|
|ID ya malangizo ogwiritsira ntchito:||Z 07839 M DS V1 1022 mh|
Dispose of the packaging material in an environmental ly friendly manner so that it can be recycled.
The adjacent symbol (crossedout bin underlined) means that used devices should not be disposed of in the domestic waste, but should instead be taken to special collection and return systems.
Owners of used devices must remove from the used device any used batteries or rechargeable batteries which are not encapsulated by the used device and can be removed in a nondestructive way and dispose of them separately (see also the section on battery disposal).
Owners of used devices from private households can take them free of charge to the collection points of the public waste disposal authorities or the disposal points which are set up by manufacturers and distrib utors under the Electrical Equipment Act. Businesses which market electrical and electronic devices are also obliged to take back used devices.
Nonrechargeable and rechargeable batteries must not be disposed of along with the household waste.
Consumers are legally obliged to separate and recycle nonrechargeable and rechargeable batteries.
Nonrechargeable and rechargeable batteries can be taken free of charge to a collection point of your local authority/district or in shops so that they can be disposed of in an environmentally friendly way and valuable raw materials can be recovered. If they are not disposed of properly, toxic ingredients may enter the environment and have harmful effects on people, animals and plants.
Only dispose of nonrechargeable and rechargeable batteries when they are discharged.
With nonrechargeable and rechargeable batteries that contain lithium, cover the poles before disposing of them to prevent a short circuit. A short circuit may cause a fire or explosion.
Ufulu wonse ndi wotetezedwa.
Makasitomala / Wolowetsa:
DS Produkte GmbH, Am Heisterbusch 1, 19258 Gallin
Tel.: +49 38851 314650 *
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