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Xiamen Sunnyway Plastic Company Limited.
RF TEST REPORT
Report Type: FCC Part 15.231 & ISED RSS-210 RF report
Model: 11008 REPORT NUMBER: 220500642SHA-001
ISSUE DATE: Oct 21, 2022
DOCUMENT CONTROL NUMBER: TTRF15.231_V1 © 2018 Intertek

TEST REPORT Applicant: Manufacturer:

Intertek Testing Services Shanghai Building No.86, 1198 Qinzhou Road (North)
Caohejing Development Zone Shanghai 200233, China
Telephone: 86 21 6127 8200 www.intertek.com
Report no.: 220500642SHA-001
Xiamen Sunnyway Plastic Company Limited. Floor1-2, Building #2 No 1 Dong Ren Road Ji Mei District, Xiamen, Fujian, China Xiamen Sunnyway Plastic Company Limited. Floor1-2, Building #2 No 1 Dong Ren Road Ji Mei District, Xiamen, Fujian, China

FCC ID: IC:

2A8AI-1008 28813-1008

SUMMARY:
The equipment complies with the requirements according to the following standard(s) or Specification: 47CFR Part 15 (2020): Radio Frequency Devices (Subpart C)
ANSI C63.10 (2013): American National Standard of Procedures for Compliance Testing of Unlicensed Wireless Devices
RSS-210 Issue 10 (December 2019): Licence-exempt Radio Apparatus (All Frequency Bands): Category I Equipment
RSS-Gen Issue 5 (April 2018)+A1(March 2019):General Requirements for Compliance of Radio Apparatus

PREPARED BY:

REVIEWED BY:

Project Engineer Teddy Yin

Reviewer Wakeyou Wang

This report is for the exclusive use of Intertek's Client and is provided pursuant to the agreement between Intertek and its Client. Intertek's responsibility and liability are limited to the terms and conditions of the agreement. Intertek assumes no liability to any party, other than to the Client in accordance with the agreement, for any loss, expense or damage occasioned by the use of this report. Only the Client is authorized to permit copying or distribution of this report and then only in its entirety. Any use of the Intertek name or one of its marks for the sale or advertisement of the tested material, product or service must first be approved in writing by Intertek. The observations and test results in this report are relevant only to the sample tested. This report by itself does not imply that the material, product, or service is or has ever been under an Intertek certification program.

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Content
REVISION HISTORY................................................................................................................................................ 4
MEASUREMENT RESULT SUMMARY ..................................................................................................................... 5
1 GENERAL INFORMATION ............................................................................................................................. 6
1.1 DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT UNDER TEST (EUT) ..................................................................................................... 6 1.2 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION .................................................................................................................................... 6 1.3 DESCRIPTION OF TEST FACILITY .............................................................................................................................. 7
2 TEST SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................................................... 8
2.1 STANDARDS OR SPECIFICATION ............................................................................................................................... 8 2.2 MODE OF OPERATION DURING THE TEST...................................................................................................................8 2.3 TEST SOFTWARE LIST ............................................................................................................................................ 8 2.4 TEST PERIPHERALS LIST ......................................................................................................................................... 8 2.5 TEST ENVIRONMENT CONDITION:............................................................................................................................9 2.6 INSTRUMENT LIST .............................................................................................................................................. 10 2.7 MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY ............................................................................................................................. 11
3 FUNDAMENTAL & SPURIOUS EMISSION & RESTRICT BAND RADIATED EMISSION...................................... 12
3.1 LIMIT .............................................................................................................................................................. 12 3.2 MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................................... 13 3.3 TEST CONFIGURATION ........................................................................................................................................ 14 3.4 TEST RESULTS OF RADIATED EMISSIONS ................................................................................................................. 16
4 POWER LINE CONDUCTED EMISSION......................................................................................................... 21
4.1 LIMIT .............................................................................................................................................................. 21 4.2 TEST CONFIGURATION ........................................................................................................................................ 21 4.3 MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................................... 22 4.4 TEST RESULTS OF POWER LINE CONDUCTED EMISSION............................................................................................... 23
5 EMISSION BANDWIDTH ............................................................................................................................. 24
5.1 LIMIT .............................................................................................................................................................. 24 5.2 MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................................... 24 5.3 TEST CONFIGURATION ........................................................................................................................................ 24 5.4 THE RESULTS..................................................................................................................................................... 25
6 DEACTIVATING TIME.................................................................................................................................. 26
6.1 TEST LIMIT ....................................................................................................................................................... 26 6.2 TEST CONFIGURATION ........................................................................................................................................ 26 6.3 TEST PROCEDURE AND TEST SETUP ........................................................................................................................ 27 6.4 TEST PROTOCOL ................................................................................................................................................ 27
7 ANTENNA REQUIREMENT.......................................................................................................................... 28

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Report No.
220500642SHA-001

Version
Rev. 01

Revision History
Description
Initial issue of report

Issued Date
Oct 21, 2022

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Measurement result summary

TEST ITEM

FCC REFERANCE IC REFERANCE

RESULT

Fundamental & spurious emission &Restrict band radiated emission

15.231(b) 15.209(a)
15.205

RSS-210 A.1.2 RSS-Gen Issue 5 Clause 8.9&8.10

Pass

Power line conducted emission

15.207

RSS-Gen Issue 5 Clause 8.8

NA

Emission bandwidth

RSS-210 Issue 10

15.231(c)

A1.3 RSS-GEN Issue 5

Pass

6.7

Deactivating time

15.231(a)(1)

RSS-210 Issue 10 A1.1(a)

Pass

Antenna requirement

15.203

-

Pass

Notes: 1: NA =Not Applicable 2: Determination of the test conclusion is based on IEC Guide 115 in consideration of
measurement uncertainty. 3: Additions, Deviations and Exclusions from Standards: None.

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1 GENERAL INFORMATION

1.1 Description of Equipment Under Test (EUT)

Product name: Type/Model/PMN/HVIN:
Description of EUT: Rating:

Remote Control
11008 The EUT is a remote control. The control can transmit 433.92MHz signal. DC 3V

Category of EUT:

Class B

EUT type:

Table top Floor standing

Software Version:

V1.0

Hardware Version:

V1.0

Sample Identification No.: 0220707-24-003

Sample received date: Jul 7, 2022

Date of test:

Jul 7~15, 2022

1.2 Technical Specification

Operation Frequency: Type of Modulation:
Product Type: Channel Number: Antenna Designation: Gain of Antenna:

433.92MHz
ASK Mobile Portable Fix Location
1
PCB antenna, non-user removable
2dBi max (Declared by manufacture)

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1.3 Description of Test Facility

Name: Address: Telephone: Telefax:

Intertek Testing Services Shanghai Building 86, No. 1198 Qinzhou Road(North), Shanghai 200233, P.R. China 86 21 61278200 86 21 54262353

The test facility is CNAS Accreditation Lab

recognized,

Registration No. CNAS L0139

certified, or accredited by these organizations:

FCC Accredited Lab Designation Number: CN0175

IC Registration Lab

CAB identifier.: CN0051

VCCI Registration Lab Registration No.: R-14243, G-10845, C-14723, T-12252

A2LA Accreditation Lab Certificate Number: 3309.02

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2 TEST SPECIFICATIONS
2.1 Standards or specification
47CFR Part 15 (2020) ANSI C63.10 (2013) RSS-210 Issue 10 (December 2019) RSS-Gen Issue 5 (April 2018)+A1(March 2019)
2.2 Mode of operation during the test
Within this test report, EUT was tested with modulation and tested under its rating voltage and frequency. The EUT is a handheld device, so three axes (X, Y, Z) were observed while the test receiver worked as "max hold" continuously and the highest reading among the whole test procedure was recorded. Compare with the test results that X axis is the worst case.

2.3 Test software list

Test Items Conducted emission Radiated emission

Software ESxS-K1 ES-K1

Manufacturer R&S R&S

Version V2.1.0 V1.71

2.4 Test peripherals list

Item No. 1

Name /

Band and Model /

Description /

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2.5 Test environment condition:
Test items Fundamental & spurious emission & Restrict band radiated emission
Power line conducted emission
Emission bandwidth & Deactivating time

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Temperature 25C / 25C

Humidity 55% RH
/ 55% RH

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2.6 Instrument list

Radiated Emission Used Equipment
 Test Receiver  Bilog Antenna

 Pre-amplifier

 Horn antenna



Semi-anechoic chamber

RF test

Used Equipment



PXA Signal Analyzer

 Coaxial cable

Additional instrument

Used Equipment

Therom-



Hygrograph



TheromHygrograph

Manufacturer R&S TESEQ
R&S
ETS Albatross

Type ESIB 26 CBL 6112B AFS42-0010180025-S-42 3117
-

Manufacturer Keysight
ETS
Manufacturer ZJ1-2A ZJ1-2A

Type N9030A
/
Type S.M.I.F. S.M.I.F.

Internal no. EC 3045 EC 6411 EC5262 EC 4792-1 EC 3048
Internal no. EC 5338
/
Internal no. EC 3783
EC 5198

Due date 2022-10-19 2022-08-06 2023-06-04 2023-01-17 2022-08-22
Due date 2023-03-14
2023-03-14
Due date 2023-03-24
2023-03-24

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2.7 Measurement uncertainty
The measurement uncertainty represents an expanded uncertainty expressed at approximately the 95% confidence level using a coverage factor of k=2.

Test item
Maximum peak output power
Radiated Emissions in restricted frequency bands below 1GHz
Radiated Emissions in restricted frequency bands above 1GHz
Emission outside the frequency band
Power line conducted emission

Measurement uncertainty  0.74dB  4.90dB  5.02dB  2.89dB  3.19dB

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3 Fundamental & Spurious Emission & Restrict band radiated emission

Test result:

Pass

3.1 Limit

3.1.1 The emission shall test through the 10th harmonic or to 40GHz, whichever is lower. It must comply with the limits below:

Fundamental Frequency

Fundamental limit

Spurious limit

(MHz)

(uV/m)

(uV/m)

___________________________________________________________

40.66 ­ 40.70

2250

225

70 ­ 130

1250

125

130 - 174

1250 to 3750

125 to 375

174 - 260

3750

375

260 ­ 470

3750 to 12500

375 to 1250

Above 470

12500

1250

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The formulas for calculating the maximum permitted fundamental field strengths are as follows: for the band 130-174 MHz, uV/m at 3 meters = 56.81818(Frequency) - 6136.3636; for the band 260-470 MHz, uV/m at 3 meters = 41.6667(Frequency) - 7083.3333. The maximum permitted unwanted emission level is 20 dB below the maximum permitted fundamental level.

For that the EUT use fundamental frequency of 433.92MHz, after calculation, the limit is:

Fundamental limit = 41.6667 * 433.92 - 7083.3333 = 10996.68 uV/m = 80.80dBuV/m Spurious limit = 81 ­ 20 = 60.80dBuV/m

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3.1.2 The radiated emissions which fall in the restricted bands, as defined in §15.205(a), must also comply with the radiated emission limits specified in §15.209(a) showed as below:

Frequency

Field Strength

Measurement Distance

(MHz)

(dBuV/m)

(m)

___________________________________________________________

30 - 88

40.0

3

88 - 216

43.5

3

216 - 960

46.0

3

Above 960

54.0

3

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3.2 Measurement Procedure
For Radiated emission below 30MHz:
a) The EUT was placed on the top of a rotating table 0.8 meters above the ground at a 3 meter chamber room. The table was rotated 360 degrees to determine the position of the highest radiation.
b) The EUT was set 3 meters away from the interference-receiving antenna. the lowest height of the magnetic antenna was 1 m above the ground.
c) Both X and Y axes of the antenna are set to make the measurement. d) For each suspected emission, the EUT was arranged to its worst case and the rotatable table was
turned from 0 degrees to 360 degrees to find the maximum reading. e) The test-receiver system was set to Quasi-Peak Detect Function and Specified Bandwidth with
Maximum Hold Mode. NOTE:
1. The resolution bandwidth and video bandwidth of test receiver/spectrum analyzer is 9kHz at frequency below 30MHz.
For Radiated emission above 30MHz:
a) The EUT was placed on the top of a rotating table 0.8 meters (for 30MHz ~ 1GHz) / 1.5 meters (for above 1GHz) above the ground at 3 meter chamber room for test. The table was rotated 360 degrees to determine the position of the highest radiation.
b) The EUT was set 3 meters away from the interference-receiving antenna, which was mounted on the top of a variable-height antenna tower.
c) The height of antenna is varied from one meter to four meters above the ground to determine the maximum value of the field strength. Both horizontal and vertical polarizations of the antenna are set to make the measurement.
d) For each suspected emission, the EUT was arranged to its worst case and then the antenna was tuned to heights from 1 meter to 4 meters and the rotatable table was turned from 0 degrees to 360 degrees to find the maximum reading.
e) The test-receiver system was set to quasi-peak detect function and specified bandwidth with maximum hold mode when the test frequency is below 1 GHz.
f) The test-receiver system was set to peak and average detect function and specified bandwidth with maximum hold mode when the test frequency is above 1 GHz. If the peak reading value also meets average limit, measurement with the average detector is unnecessary.
Note: 1. The resolution bandwidth and video bandwidth of test receiver/spectrum analyzer is 120kHz for
Quasi-peak detection (QP) at frequency below 1GHz.
2. The resolution bandwidth of test receiver/spectrum analyzer is 1 MHz and the video bandwidth is 3 MHz for Peak detection (PK) at frequency above 1GHz.
3. The resolution bandwidth of test receiver/spectrum analyzer is 1 MHz and the video bandwidth is  1/T (Duty cycle < 98%) or 3 x RBW (Duty cycle  98%) for Average detection (AV) at frequency above 1GHz.
4. All modes of operation were investigated and the worst-case emissions are reported

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3.3 Test Configuration
For Radiated emission below 30MHz:

EUT& Support Units
80cm

3m Turn Table

Test Receiver

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For Radiated emission 30MHz to 1GHz:

EUT& Support Units
80cm

3m Turn Table

Ant. Tower

1-4m Variable

Test Receiver

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TEST REPORT For Radiated emission above 1GHz:

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EUT& Support Units
150cm

Ant. Tower 3m Turn Table Absorber

1-4m Variable

Test Receiver

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3.4 Test Results of Radiated Emissions

The low frequency, which started from 9 kHz to 30MHz, was pre-scanned and the result which was 20dB lower than the limit line per 15.31(o) was not reported.

Level [dBµV/m] 80

Horizontal

70

60

50

40

30 x
20 x
10

x

x

x

0 30M

50M

70M

100M

Frequency [Hz]

x MES 0500642h1_red MES 0500642h1_pre LIM FCC 15 F 3 QP Field Strength QP

200M

x 300M

x

x

500M

700M

1G

Level [dBµV/m] 80

70

60

50

x 40

x

30

+

+ 20

x

x

x

+

+

+

x

x

+ +

10

0 1G

2G

3G

Frequency [Hz]

x MES 0500642h6_red + MES 0500642h6_red2
MES 0500642h6_pre MES 0500642h6_pre2
LIM FCC 15 F 3 PK Field Strength QP LIM FCC 15 F 3 AV Field Strength QP

x

x

x

+

+

+

4G

5G

6G

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Level [dBµV/m] 80

Vertical

70

60

50

40

30 x
20 x
10

0 30M

50M

70M

100M

Frequency [Hz]

x MES 0500642v1_red MES 0500642v1_pre LIM FCC 15 F 3 QP Field Strength QP

200M

300M

Level [dBµV/m] 80

70

60

50

40

x

x

30

+

+

20

x x
+

x + +

x x

+

+

10

0 1G

2G

3G

Frequency [Hz]

x MES 0500642v6_red + MES 0500642v6_red2
MES 0500642v6_pre MES 0500642v6_pre2 LIM FCC 15 F 3 PK Field Strength QP
LIM FCC 15 F 3 AV Field Strength QP

x x

500M

700M

1G

x x x

+

+

+

4G

5G

6G

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Test data: Polarization H
V

Frequency (MHz) 433.92 867.81 2172.34 3034.07 433.92 867.81 2172.34 3905.81

Corrected Reading Correct Factor Limits

(dBV/m)

(dB/m) (dBV/m)

63.1

19.1 Fundamental

50.2

24.1

80.8

55.7

-2.7

80.8

55.6

-0.8

80.8

59.3

24.2 Fundamental

46.1

29.5

80.8

54.3

-2.7

80.8

53.4

0.9

74.0

Margin (dB) / 30.6 25.1 25.2 / 34.7 26.5 20.6

Detector
PK PK PK PK PK PK PK PK

Remark: 1. Correct Factor = Antenna Factor + Cable Loss (+ Amplifier, for higher than 1GHz), the value was added to Original Receiver Reading by the software automatically.
2. Corrected Reading = Original Receiver Reading + Correct Factor 3. Margin = Limit - Corrected Reading 4. If the PK Corrected Reading is lower than AV limit, the AV test can be elided.

Example: Assuming Antenna Factor = 30.20dB/m, Cable Loss = 2.00dB, Gain of Preamplifier = 32.00dB, Original Receiver Reading = 10.00dBuV, Limit = 40.00dBuV/m. Then Correct Factor = 30.20 + 2.00 ­ 32.00 = 0.20dB/m; Corrected Reading = 10dBuV + 0.20dB/m = 10.20dBuV/m; Margin = 40.00dBuV/m - 10.20dBuV/m = 29.80dB.

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Duty Cycle: The test data with maximum duty cycle was listed below. The worst Duty cycle= (1.1*8+18.54) / 36.6 = 0.75 All keys were pre-tested, and the "ON/OFF"key is the worst case.

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Calculating the AV value according to the duty cycle

Antenna

Frequency (MHz)

PK Reading (dBuV/m)

Correct Factor (dB)

H

433.92

63.1

H

867.81

50.2

H

2172.34

55.7

H

3034.07

55.6

-2.5

V

433.92

59.3

V

867.81

46.1

V

2172.34

54.3

V

3905.81

53.4

AV Reading (dBuV/m)
60.6 47.7 53.2 53.1 56.8 43.6 51.8 50.9

Limit Margin (dBuV/m) (dB)

80.8

20.2

60.8

13.1

60.8

7.6

60.8

7.7

80.8

24.0

60.8

17.2

60.8

9.0

54.0

3.1

Remark: 1. Correct Factor = 20lg (duty cycle) = 20lg (0.75) = -2.5; 2. AV Reading = PK Reading + Correct Factor; 3. Margin = limit - AV Reading.

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4 Power line conducted emission

Test result:

NA

4.1 Limit

Frequency of Emission (MHz)

Conducted Limit (dBuV)

QP

AV

0.15-0.5

66 to 56*

0.5-5

56

5-30

60

* Decreases with the logarithm of the frequency.

56 to 46 * 46 50

4.2 Test Configuration

EUT Peripheral
devices

LISN

LISN

EMI receiver

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4.3 Measurement Procedure
Measured levels of ac power-line conducted emission shall be the emission voltages from the voltage probe, where permitted, or across the 50  LISN port (to which the EUT is connected), where permitted, terminated into a 50  measuring instrument. All emission voltage and current measurements shall be made on each current-carrying conductor at the plug end of the EUT power cord by the use of mating plugs and receptacles on the LISN, if used. Equipment shall be tested with power cords that are normally supplied or recommended by the manufacturer and that have electrical and shielding characteristics that are the same as those cords normally supplied or recommended by the manufacturer. For those measurements using a LISN, the 50  measuring port is terminated by a measuring instrument having 50  input impedance. All other ports are terminated in 50  loads.
Tabletop devices shall be placed on a platform of nominal size 1 m by 1.5 m, raised 80 cm above the reference ground plane. The vertical conducting plane or wall of an RF-shielded (screened) room shall be located 40 cm to the rear of the EUT. Floor-standing devices shall be placed either directly on the reference ground-plane or on insulating material as described in ANSI C63.4. All other surfaces of tabletop or floor-standing EUTs shall be at least 80 cm from any other grounded conducting surface, including the case or cases of one or more LISNs.
The bandwidth of the test receiver is set at 9 kHz.

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4.4 Test Results of Power line conducted emission

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Remark: 1. Correct Factor = LISN Factor + Cable Loss, the value was added to Original Receiver Reading by the software automatically.
2. Corrected Reading = Original Receiver Reading + Correct Factor 3. Margin = Limit - Corrected Reading 4. If the PK Corrected Reading is lower than AV limit, the AV test can be elided.

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5 Emission Bandwidth

Test result:

Pass

5.1 Limit

The bandwidth of the emission shall be no wider than 0.25 % of the center frequency for devices operating above 70MHz and below 900MHz. For devices operating above 900 MHz, the 99% bandwidth shall be less or equal to 0.5% of the center frequency.

The limit for the EUT = 0.25% * 433.92 MHz = 1085 kHz

5.2 Measurement Procedure

The EUT and simulators were placed on a 0.8m high wooden turntable above the horizontal metal ground plane. The turn table rotated 360 degrees to determine the position of the maximum emission level. The EUT was set 3 meters away from the receiving antenna which was mounted on an antenna mast. The antenna moved up and down between from 1meter to 4 meters to find out the maximum emission level. The central frequency of test receiver was set near the operating frequency of EUT. The test was conducted using the Spectrum Analyzer with the resolutions bandwidth set at 3kHz, the video bandwidth set at 10kHz.

5.3 Test Configuration

EUT& Support Units

3m Turn Table

Ant. Tower

1-4m Variable

80cm

Test Receiver

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5.4 The results
Frequency (MHz) 433.92 Limit Result

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20dB Bandwidth
(kHz) 2.795
1085
Complied

99% Bandwidth
(kHz) 10.536
1085
Complied

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6 Deactivating time

Test result:

Pass

6.1 Test limit

(1) A manually operated transmitter shall employ a switch that will automatically deactivate the transmitter within not more than 5 seconds of being released.
(2) A transmitter activated automatically shall cease transmission within 5 seconds after activation.
(3) Periodic transmissions at regular predetermined intervals are not permitted. However, polling or supervision transmissions, including data, to determine system integrity of transmitters used in security or safety applications are allowed if the total duration of transmissions does not exceed more than two seconds per hour for each transmitter. There is no limit on the number of individual transmissions, provided the total transmission time does not exceed two seconds per hour.
(4) Intentional radiators which are employed for radio control purposes during emergencies involving fire, security, and safety of life, when activated to signal an alarm, may operate during the pendency of the alarm condition.
(5) Transmission of set-up information for security systems may exceed the transmission duration limits in (1) and (2) above, provided such transmission are under the control of a professional installer and do not exceed ten seconds after a manually operated switch is released or a transmitter is activated automatically. Such set-up information may include data.

6.2 Test Configuration

EUT& Support Units
80cm

3m Turn Table

Ant. Tower

1-4m Variable

Test Receiver

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6.3 Test procedure and test setup
The measurement was applied in a semi-anechoic chamber. The central frequency of test receiver was set as the operating frequency of EUT and the Span was set as 0. The EUT was switched once. The test receiver recorded the whole time from the triggered moment to the time of stopping radiating. For manual switching, to avoid uncertainty, the operating above would be repeated five times and the worst data is recorded.
6.4 Test protocol
Whole time from the triggered moment to the time of stopping radiating: 1.2s. As a result, the EUT complies with the limit of 5s' deactivating time.

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7 Antenna requirement
Requirement: An intentional radiator shall be designed to ensure that no antenna other than that furnished by the responsible party shall be used with the device. The use of a permanently attached antenna or of an antenna that uses a unique coupling to the intentional radiator shall be considered sufficient to comply with the provisions of this section. Result: EUT uses permanently attached antenna to the intentional radiator, so it can comply with the provisions of this section.
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