RF Exposure Evaluation

FCC ID: UKCN0B

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DEKRA Testing and Certification, S.A.U.
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                                                                                               Test report No:
                                                                                            NIE: 55231RAN.002


          Assessment report
          RF EXPOSURE REPORT ACCORDING TO
          FCC 47 CFR Part 2.1091
          ISED RSS-102 Issue 5:2015
           Identification of item tested                     Electronic Cylinder including all mechanical variants


           Trademark                                         SALTO Neo


           Model and /or type reference                      N0B and N0J (type reference: G1824)


           Other identification of the product               FCC ID: UKCN0B
                                                             IC: 10088A-N0B
                                                             Hardware version: 1.0
                                                             Software version: 0158 (Mifare) & 0159 (iCLASS);
                                                             0148 (Motor Firmware) & 0136 (BGM111 Firmware)
           Features                                          Contains a certified Bluetooth module (BGM111)


           Applicant                                         SALTO Systems, S.L.
                                                             Arkotz 9, Polígono Lanbarren
                                                             20180, Oiartzun, Gipuzkoa, SPAIN
           Test method requested, standard                   FCC 47 CFR Part 2.1091 Radiofrequency radiation
                                                             exposure evaluation: mobile devices.
                                                             ISED RSS-102 Issue 5 (2015-03) – Radio Frequency
                                                             Exposure Compliance of Radiocommunication
                                                             Apparatus (All Frequency Bands)

           Summary                                           IN COMPLIANCE


           Approved by (name / position & signature)         Miguel Lacave
                                                                                                       MIGUEL
                                                             Antennas Lab Manager                      LACAVE GARCÍA
                                                                                                       2018.10.09
                                                                                                       11:14:39 +02'00'

           Date of issue                                     2018-10-01


           Report template No                                FAN24_01




Report No: (NIE) 55231RAN.002                                                                                        2018-10-09


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    Index
    Competences and guarantees ....................................................................................................3
    General conditions ......................................................................................................................3
    Identification of the client.............................................................................................................3
    General description of the device under evaluation.....................................................................4
    Assessment summary.................................................................................................................5
    Appendix A: FCC RF Exposure...................................................................................................6
         FCC RF Exposure evaluation for mobile devices....................................................................7
         FCC MPE Evaluation Results.................................................................................................8
    Appendix B: ISED RF Exposure................................................................................................12
         ISED RF Exposure evaluation for mobile devices.................................................................13
         ISED MPE Evaluation Results..............................................................................................14




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Competences and guarantees
    In order to assure the traceability to other national and international laboratories, DEKRA has a calibration and
    maintenance program for its measurement equipment.
    DEKRA guarantees the reliability of the data presented in this report, which is the result of the measurements
    and the tests performed to the item under test on the date and under the conditions stated on the report and, it
    is based on the knowledge and technical facilities available at DEKRA at the time of performance of the test.
    DEKRA is liable to the client for the maintenance of the confidentiality of all information related to the item under
    test and the results of the test.
    The results presented in this Assessment Report apply only to the particular item under test established in this
    document.
    IMPORTANT: No parts of this report may be reproduced or quoted out of context, in any form or by any means,
    except in full, without the previous written permission of DEKRA.


General conditions
         1. This report is only referred to the item that has undergone the assessment.
         2. This report does not constitute or imply on its own an approval of the product by the Certification Bodies
            or competent Authorities.
         3. This document is only valid if complete; no partial reproduction can be made without previous written
            permission of DEKRA.
         4. This assessment report cannot be used partially or in full for publicity and/or promotional purposes
            without previous written permission of DEKRA and the Accreditation Bodies.


Identification of the client
    SALTO Systems, S.L.
    Arkotz 9, Polígono Lanbarren
    20180, Oiartzun, Gipuzkoa, SPAIN




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General description of the device under evaluation
   The device under evaluation consists of a new generation electronic cylinder, with Bluetooth Smart (BGM111
   module) and ISO14443A & ISO15693 standard based technology, Mifare for N0B model and HID iCLASS for
   N0J model.

   The electronic and batteries will be installed inside the door. During its normal use the separation distance
   between the antenna and the user will be greater than 20 cm.


                                                                   Supported Features
                                                                                               Bluetooth
                        Model           NFC ISO 14443-A                NFC ISO 15693
                                                                                             Smart BGM111
                         N0B                       Yes                        Yes                 Yes
                         N0J                       Yes                        Yes                 Yes
                                             Table 1: Equipment variants and supported features


   The equipment specifications declared by the manufacturer for each supported feature are:

                                                                                 Maximum Maximum radiated
                        Band                                    Maximum RF
                                         Technology                             antenna gain power (E.I.R.P.)
                        (MHz)                                output power (dBm)
                                                                                    (dBi)       (dBm)
                  13.553-13.567              NFC                     25.0            N/A         25.0
                  2402.0-2480.0            Bluetooth                  8.0            1.0          9.0
                                                         Table 2: Equipment specifications




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Assessment summary

                                                 Radiofrequency radiation exposure limits

                                       FCC 47 CFR § 2.1091 & ISED RSS-102 Issue 5 (2015-03)

                                                                 Band                        VERDICT
                                         Assessment                           Technology
                                                                 (MHz)                      (Pass/Fail)
                                                 1                13.5             NFC         Pass
                                                 2                2450          Bluetooth      Pass
                                                             Table 3: Assessment summary




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      Appendix A: FCC RF Exposure




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FCC RF Exposure evaluation for mobile devices
   Devices operating in standalone mobile device exposure conditions may contain a single transmitter or multiple
   transmitters that do not transmit simultaneously. A minimum test separation distance ≥ 20 cm is required
   between the antenna and radiating structures of the device and nearby persons to apply mobile device
   exposure limits. The distance must be at least 20 cm and fully supported by the operating and installation
   configurations of the transmitter and its antenna(s), according to the source-based time-averaged maximum
   power requirements of § 2.1091(d)(2). In cases where cable losses or other attenuations are applied to
   determine compliance, the most conservative operating configurations and exposure conditions must be
   evaluated. The minimum test separation distance required for a device to comply with mobile device exposure
   conditions must be clearly identified in the installation and operating instructions, for all installation and
   exposure conditions, to enable users and installers to comply with RF exposure requirements. For mobile
   devices that have the potential to operate in portable device exposure conditions, similar to the configurations
   described in § 2.1091(d)(4), a KDB inquiry is required to determine the SAR test requirements for
   demonstrating compliance.
   When a device qualifies for the categorical exclusion provision of § 2.1091(c), the minimum test separation
   distance may be estimated, when applicable, by simple calculations according to plane-wave equivalent
   conditions, to ensure the transmitter and its antenna(s) can operate in manners that meet or exceed the
   estimated distance. The source-based time-averaged maximum radiated power, according to the maximum
   antenna gain, must be applied to calculate the field strength and power density required to establish the
   minimum test separation distance. When the estimated test separation distance becomes overly conservative
   and does not support compliance, MPE measurement or computational modeling may be used to determine the
   required minimum separation distance.
   According to §1.1310 Radiofrequency radiation exposure limits, paragraph (e), the limits for Maximum
   Permissible Exposure (MPE) to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields are:




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FCC MPE Evaluation Results
   Each supported transmission technology will be evaluated to determine if it is in compliance with limits for
   Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE) to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields.

   In order to perform the assessment, the following equations have been used for the calculations; these
   equations are accurate in the far-field of an antenna and will over-predict power density in the near field, where
   they could be used for making a "worst case" or conservative prediction:

                                               PE . I . R. P. [ mW ]
   Power density: S [ mW / cm 2 ] =
                                                4Π R[cm ] 2


                                                                        PE . I . R.P. [mW ]
   Minimum compliance distance: R min [cm] =
                                                                       4ΠS[mW / cm 2 ]

   Where:
    S = power density
    PE . I . R.P. = Equivalent isotropically radiated power
    R = distance to the center of radiation of the antenna (evaluation distance)
    Rmin = distance to the center of radiation of the antenna




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   Assessment 1 – NFC – 13.5 MHz Band

     Maximum output power (dBm):                                             25.0
     Maximum antenna Gain (dBi):                                             N/A
     Minimum use distance (cm):                                              20.0
     Worst Case Frequency (MHz):                                            13.56
     Maximum EIRP (dBm):                                                     25.0
     Maximum EIRP (mW):                                                     316.23
                                                    2
     General population - Power density limit (mW/cm ):                      0.98

   Power density at minimum use distance:

     Power density (mW/cm2):                                                0.063
     General population - Power density limit (mW/cm2):                      0.98
     Verdict for general population:                                        PASS

   The power density level for this transmission mode is below general population exposure power density limit.

   Minimum compliance distance for this technology:

     Minimum compliance distance for general population (cm):                5.07
     Minimum use distance (cm):                                              20.0
     Verdict for general population:                                        PASS

   The minimum use distance is greater than general population exposure minimum compliance distance.




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   Assessment 2 – Bluetooth – 2450 MHz Band

     Maximum output power (dBm):                                              8.0
     Maximum antenna Gain (dBi):                                              1.0
     Minimum use distance (cm):                                               20.0
     Worst Case Frequency (MHz):                                             2402.0
     Maximum EIRP (dBm):                                                      9.0
     Maximum EIRP (mW):                                                       7.94
                                                    2
     General population - Power density limit (mW/cm ):                       1.0

   Power density at minimum use distance:

     Power density (mW/cm2):                                                 0.0016
     General population - Power density limit (mW/cm2):                        1.0
     Verdict for general population:                                         PASS

   The power density level for this transmission mode is below general population exposure power density limit.

   Minimum compliance distance for this technology:

     Minimum compliance distance for general population (cm):                 0.80
     Minimum use distance (cm):                                               20.0
     Verdict for general population:                                         PASS

   The minimum use distance is greater than general population exposure minimum compliance distance.




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    Multiple frequencies assessment

   When multiple sources are introduced into an environment, it becomes necessary to address the sources
   interdependently, since each source will contribute some percentage of the maximum exposure toward the
   total exposure at a fixed location. The sum of the ratios of the exposure from each source to the
   corresponding maximum exposure for the frequency of each source must be evaluated.

   The exposure complies with the maximum permissible exposure if the sum of the ratios is less than unity:

                                                              n
                                                                         Si
                                                             ∑                    <1
                                                             i =1    MPE      i


   Where
   Si    is the power density of each source;
   MPEi is the power density basic restriction of each source.


   These models are able to transmit simultaneously using NFC and Bluetooth Smart. The multiple frequencies
   calculation will be as follow:


                                            0.063 0.002
                                                 +      =           0.064 + 0.002 = 0.066 < 1 Limit
                                            0.98    1




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      Appendix B: ISED RF Exposure




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ISED RF Exposure evaluation for mobile devices
   According to RSS-102 Issue 5, Paragraph “4. Exposure Limits”, Industry of Canada has adopted the RF field
   strength limits established in Health Canada’s RF exposure guideline, Safety code 6:




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ISED MPE Evaluation Results
   Each supported transmission technology will be evaluated to determine if it is in compliance with RSS-102
   Issue 5, RF Field Strength Limits for devices used by the General Public.

   In order to perform the assessment, the following equations have been used for the calculations; these
   equations are accurate in the far-field of an antenna and will over-predict power density in the near field, where
   they could be used for making a "worst case" or conservative prediction:



                                          PE . I . R. P .[W ]
   Power density: S [W / m 2 ] =
                                          4Π R[m]2
                                                                 PE .I .R.P. [W ]
   Minimum compliance distance: Rmin [m] =
                                                                4ΠS[W / m 2 ]

   Where:
    S = power density
    PE . I . R.P. = Equivalent isotropically radiated power
    R = distance to the center of radiation of the antenna (evaluation distance)
    Rmin = distance to the center of radiation of the antenna




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DEKRA Testing and Certification, S.A.U.
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   Assessment 1 – NFC – 13.5 MHz Band

     Maximum output power (dBm):                                              25.0
     Maximum antenna gain (dBi):                                              N/A
     Minimum use distance (m):                                                0.2
     Worst Case Frequency (MHz):                                             13.56
     Maximum EIRP (dBm):                                                      25.0
     Maximum EIRP (W):                                                        0.32
                                              2
     General public - Power density limit (W/m ):                             2.0

   Power density at minimum use distance:

     Power density (W/m2):                                                    0.63
     General public - Power density limit (W/m2):                             2.0
     Verdict for general public:                                             PASS

   The power density level for this transmission mode is below general public power density limit.

   Minimum compliance distance for this technology:

     Minimum compliance distance for general public (m):                     0.112
     Minimum use distance (m):                                                0.2
     Verdict for general public:                                             PASS

   The minimum use distance is greater than general public minimum compliance distance.




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   Assessment 2 – Bluetooth – 2450 MHz Band

     Maximum output power (dBm):                                               8.0
     Maximum antenna gain (dBi):                                               1.0
     Minimum use distance (m):                                                 0.2
     Worst Case Frequency (MHz):                                             2402.0
     Maximum EIRP (dBm):                                                       9.0
     Maximum EIRP (W):                                                        0.01
                                              2
     General public - Power density limit (W/m ):                             5.35

   Power density at minimum use distance:

     Power density (W/m2):                                                   0.016
     General public - Power density limit (W/m2):                             5.35
     Verdict for general public:                                             PASS

   The power density level for this transmission mode is below general public power density limit.

   Minimum compliance distance for this technology:

     Minimum compliance distance for general public (m):                     0.011
     Minimum use distance (m):                                                0.2
     Verdict for general public:                                             PASS

   The minimum use distance is greater than general public minimum compliance distance.




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DEKRA Testing and Certification, S.A.U.
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c/ Severo Ochoa nº 2 · 29590 Campanillas · Málaga · España
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   Multiple frequencies assessment

   When multiple sources are introduced into an environment, it becomes necessary to address the sources
   interdependently, since each source will contribute some percentage of the maximum exposure toward the
   total exposure at a fixed location. The sum of the ratios of the exposure from each source to the
   corresponding maximum exposure for the frequency of each source must be evaluated.

   The exposure complies with the maximum permissible exposure if the sum of the ratios is less than unity:

                                                              n
                                                                         Si
                                                             ∑                    <1
                                                             i =1     MPE     i


   Where
   Si    is the power density of each source;
   MPEi is the power density basic restriction of each source.

   These models are able to transmit simultaneously using NFC and Bluetooth Smart. The multiple frequencies
   calculation will be as follow:


                                             0.63 0.016
                                                 +      =           0.315 + 0.003 = 0.318 < 1 Limit
                                               2   5.35




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