2AEMI-XENN

FCC ID

Equipment: Xenon

Particle Industries, Inc. -XENN

126 Post St, 4th floor, San Francisco, CA 94108 United States

Application
Frequency Range
Final Action Date
Granted
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13.56-13.56
2019-03-07
APPROVED
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2405.0-2480.0
2019-03-07
APPROVED
File NameDocument TypeDateDirect
User ManualUsers Manual 2019-03-07 00:00:00 pdf
RF Test set-up photoTest Setup Photos 2019-03-07 00:00:00 pdf
RF Test ReportTest Report 2019-03-07 00:00:00 pdf
RF Exposure ReportRF Exposure Info 2019-03-07 00:00:00 pdf
Internal photosInternal Photos 2019-03-07 00:00:00 pdf
Label and locationID Label/Location Info 2019-03-07 00:00:00 pdf
External photoExternal Photos 2019-03-07 00:00:00 pdf
Modular Approval LetterCover Letter(s) 2019-03-07 00:00:00 pdf
LTC LetterCover Letter(s) 2019-03-07 00:00:00 pdf
Authorization LetterCover Letter(s) 2019-03-07 00:00:00 pdf
SchematicsSchematics N/A
Block DiagramBlock Diagram N/A
Operational DescriptionOperational Description N/A

Application Details:

EquipmentXenon
FRN0024539330
Grantee Code2AEMI
Product Code-XENN
Applicant BusinessParticle Industries, Inc.
Business Address126 Post St, 4th floor , San Francisco,California United States 94108
TCB ScopeA1: Low Power Transmitters below 1 GHz (except Spread Spectrum), Unintentional Radiators, EAS (Part 11) & Consumer ISM devices
TCB Email[email protected]
ApplicantZach Supalla – CEO
Applicant Phone
Applicant Fax+1-415-316-1024
Applicant Email[email protected]
Applicant MailStop
Test FirmBureau Veritas Shenzhen Co., Ltd. Dongguan Branch
Test Firm ContactAlec Hu
Test Firm Phone
Test Firm Fax
Test Firm Email[email protected]
Certified ByZach Supalla –
Comment [BsbBaeGLV6xp1u+NfGYUDw==]: Modular approval. Co-location of this module with other transmitters that operate simultaneously are required to be evaluated using the FCC multi-transmitter procedures. The host integrator must follow the integration instructions provided by the module manufacturer and ensure that the composite-system end product complies with the FCC requirements by a technical assessment or evaluation to the FCC rules and to KDB Publication 996369. The module antenna(s) must be installed to meet the RF exposure compliance separation distance of 20cm and any additional testing and authorization process as required. The module grantee is responsible for providing the documentation to the system integrator on restrictions of use, for continuing compliance of the module. The host integrator installing this module into their product must ensure that the final composite product complies with the FCC requirements by a technical assessment or evaluation to the FCC rules, including the transmitter operation and should refer to guidance in KDB 996369.
Comment [ugNeG69Gjl0KuJ/o9IiqNg==]: RF output power is conducted. Modular approval. Co-location of this module with other transmitters that operate simultaneously are required to be evaluated using the FCC multi-transmitter procedures. The host integrator must follow the integration instructions provided by the module manufacturer and ensure that the composite-system end product complies with the FCC requirements by a technical assessment or evaluation to the FCC rules and to KDB Publication 996369. The module antenna(s) must be installed to meet the RF exposure compliance separation distance of 20cm and any additional testing and authorization process as required. The module grantee is responsible for providing the documentation to the system integrator on restrictions of use, for continuing compliance of the module. The host integrator installing this module into their product must ensure that the final composite product complies with the FCC requirements by a technical assessment or evaluation to the FCC rules, including the transmitter operation and should refer to guidance in KDB 996369.

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