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FCC / Certification Test Report EverPro Technologies Company Ltd. Model:EPU3HC-AXBXXYYYM FCC ID: 2ACI5-EPU3HC002 REPORT# 15WB F Rev 0 Prepared for: EverPro Technologies Company Ltd. 4# Guanshan Er
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FCC / Certification Test Report EverPro Technologies Company Ltd. Model:EPU3HC-AXBXXYYYM FCC ID: 2ACI5-EPU3HC002 REPORT# 15WB F Rev 0 Prepared for: EverPro Technologies Company Ltd. 4# Guanshan Er Road, Wuhan P,R, China Prepared by: WASHINGTON TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL LIMITED This report applies only to the sample evaluated prior to the preparation date stated above. This report must be copied in its entirety, including all technical documents. Certificates and reports shall not be reproduced except in full, without the written permission of Washington Laboratories, Limited. FCC / Certification Test Report For the EverPro Technologies Company Ltd. MODEL: EPU3HC-AXBXXYYYM FCC ID: 2ACI5-EPU3HC002 WLL REPORT# 15WB F Rev 0 Prepared by: Henry guo Reviewed by: Steven yang WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 -ii Washington Laboratories, Ltd. Abstract This report has been prepared on behalf of EverPro Technologies Company Ltd. to document compliance with the limits for a Class B digital device required under Part 15 (7/2008) of the FCC Rules and Regulations This Federal Communication Commission (FCC) Test Report documents the test configuration and test results for the EverPro Technologies Company Ltd. USB3.0 HYBRID ACTIVE OPTICAL CABLE. Testing was performed on Audix Technology (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd. has been accepted by the FCC, the FCC Registration Number is The EverPro Technologies Company Ltd. USB3.0 HYBRID ACTIVE OPTICAL CABLE complies with the FCC Part 15 requirements for a Class B device. WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 -iii Washington Laboratories, Ltd. Table of Contents Abstract... ii 1 Introduction Compliance Statement Test Scope Summary Contract Information Equipment Under Test EUT Identification EUT Description Test Configuration Equipment Configuration Tested Supporting System Details Support Equipment EUT Modifications Testing Algorithm Test Location Measurements Measurement Uncertainty Test Results Conducted Emissions Radiated Emissions Labeling Requirements Information to User WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 -iv Washington Laboratories, Ltd. List of Tables Table 1: Overview of, Equipment Under Test...3 Table 2: Equipment Configuration...4 Table 3: Tested Supporting System Details...4 Table 4: Expanded Uncertainty List...8 Table 5: Conducted Emissions Test Data Table 6: Radiated Emission Test Data List of Figures Figure 1: Test Configuration...3 List of Photographs Photograph 1: Conducted Emissions Front Photograph 2: Conducted Emissions Back Photograph 3: Radiated Emission Test Configuration, (Below 1GHz) Front Photograph 4: Radiated Emission Test Configuration, (Below 1GHz) Back Photograph 5: Radiated Emission Test Configuration, (Above 1GHz) Front WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 -v Washington Laboratories, Ltd. 1 Introduction 1.1 Compliance Statement After the modifications listed in Section 2.7 were installed: The EverPro Technologies Company Ltd. complied with the requirements for a Class B digital device under Part 15 (2014) of the FCC Rules and Regulations 1.2 Test Scope Summary Tests for radiated and conducted emissions were performed. All measurements were performed according to the 2009 version of ANSI C63.4. The measurement equipment conforms to ANSI C63.2 Specifications for Electromagnetic Noise and Field Strength Instrumentation. Test Specification Specific Description Date Completed Result Test location Modifications (Y/N) 47 CFR Part Class B Conducted Emissions at the Mains Port Dec.19, 2015 Complied 47 CFR Part Class B Radiated Emissions Dec.20~24, 2015 Complied Audix Technology (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd. Audix Technology (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd. No No 1.3 Contract Information Customer: EverPro Technologies Company Ltd. 4# Guanshan Er Road, Wuhan P,R, China WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 1 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. Abbreviations A Ampere ac alternating current AM Amplitude Modulation Amps Amperes b/s bits per second BW BandWidth CE Conducted Emission cm centimeter CW Continuous Wave db decibel dc direct current EMI Electromagnetic Interference EUT Equipment Under Test FM Frequency Modulation G giga - prefix for 10 9 multiplier Hz Hertz IF Intermediate Frequency k kilo - prefix for 10 3 multiplier LISN Line Impedance Stabilization Network M Mega - prefix for 10 6 multiplier m meter µ micro - prefix for 10-6 multiplier NB Narrowband QP Quasi-Peak RE Radiated Emissions RF Radio Frequency rms root-mean-square SN Serial Number S/A Spectrum Analyzer V Volt WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 2 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. 2 Equipment Under Test 2.1 EUT Identification The results obtained relate only to the item(s) tested. Table 1: Overview of, Equipment Under Test Model(s) Tested: EPU3HC-A1B3K050M DC 5V from USB Port EUT Specifications: Equipment Emissions Class: CLASS B Test Date(s): Dec.20~24, EUT Description Product Name: Model No. : EPU3HC-A1B3K050M EUT Rated Voltage: DC 5V from USB Port The is Optical Cable with both side USB port to make long distance data transferring. 2.3 Test Configuration The EverPro Technologies Company Ltd., Equipment Under Test (EUT), was operated with DC 5V from USB Port. The was configured as below: AC Mains Monitor HDD a EUT Mouse Notebook Adapter b USB Disk*4 USB3.0 Hub Adapter AC Mains AC Mains Figure 1: Test Configuration a: VGA Cable b: USB Cable : Core WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 3 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. 2.4 Equipment Configuration The EUT was set up as outlined in Figure 1. The EUT was comprised of the following equipment. (All Modules, PCBs, etc. listed were considered as part of the EUT, as tested.) Table 2: Equipment Configuration Slot # Name / Description Model Number Part Number Serial Number Revision 1. USB3.0 Hybrid Active Optical Cable 2.5 Tested Supporting System Details EPU3HC-A1B3K050M / / / Table 3: Tested Supporting System Details Port Connector Cable Shielded Slot # Termination Point Identification Type Length (Y/N) 1. VGA Cable Shielded; Detachable 1.5m Y AE 2. Power Cable Unshielded; Detachable 1.5m N AE 3. USB Cable Shielded; Detachable 0.6m Y AE 2.6 Support Equipment The following support equipment was used during testing: Description ACS No. Manufacturer Model Serial Number 1. Notebook 2. USB Mouse 3. USB3.0 Hub -- LENOVO Lenovo B Power Adapter: Manufacturer: LENOVO, M/N: ADLX90NCT3A Power Cord: Unshielded, Detachable, 1.5m ACS-EMC-M08R DELL M-UARDEL7 HS852130UO USB Cable: Shielded, Undetectable, 1.5m EVERPROSPE -- EPU3H01AR -- R USB Cable: Shielded, Detachable, 0.6m Power Adapter: Manufacturer: LALIN, M/N: NL200120W1C2 Power Cord: Unshielded, Detachable, 1.5m 4. HDD -- Seagate SRD00F Monitor ACS-EMC-LM06R DELL 2407WFPb CN-0YY Y8S VGA Cable: Shielded, Detachable, 1.5m Power Cord: Unshielded, Detachable, 1.5m 6. USB Disk*4 -- Somdisk SDCZ43 -- WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 4 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. 2.7 EUT Modifications None 2.8 Testing Algorithm The was operated continuously by normal operating conditions. 2.9 Test Location NAME: Audix Technology (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd. by CNAS. The CNAS Registration No.: L4117. the FCC Registration Number is Address: No. 6, Ke Feng Rd., 52 Block, Shenzhen Science & Industrial Park, Nantou, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 5 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 6 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. 2.10 Measurements Measurement Method All measurements herein were performed according to the 2009 version of ANSI C63.4. The measurement equipment conforms to ANSI C63.2 Specifications for Electromagnetic Noise and Field Strength Instrumentation. Calibration checks are made periodically to verify proper performance of the measuring instrumentation Measurement Uncertainty All results reported herein relate only to the equipment tested. The basis for uncertainty calculation uses ANSI/NCSL Z with a type B evaluation of the standard uncertainty. Elements contributing to the standard uncertainty are combined using the method described in Equation 1 to arrive at the total standard uncertainty. The standard uncertainty is multiplied by the coverage factor to determine the expanded uncertainty which is generally accepted for use in commercial, industrial, and regulatory applications and when health and safety are concerned (see Equation 2). A coverage factor was selected to yield a 95% confidence in the uncertainty estimation. Equation 1: Standard Uncertainty u c = ± a 2 div 2 a + b 2 div 2 b + c 2 div 2 c +... where u c = standard uncertainty a, b, c,.. = individual uncertainty elements div a, b, c = the individual uncertainty element divisor based on the probability distribution divisor = for rectangular distribution divisor = 2 for normal distribution divisor = for trapezoid distribution Equation 2: Expanded Uncertainty U = ku c WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 7 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. where U k u c = expanded uncertainty = coverage factor k 2 for 95% coverage (ANSI/NCSL Z540-2 Annex G) = standard uncertainty The measurement uncertainty complies with the maximum allowed uncertainty from CISPR Measurement uncertainty is not used to adjust the measurements to determine compliance. The expanded uncertainty values for the various scopes in the WLL accreditation are provided in Table 4 below. Table 4: Expanded Uncertainty List Scope Standard(s) Expanded Uncertainty Conducted Emissions FCC Part db 2.6 db Radiated Emissions (30MHz-1GHz) Radiated Emissions (1GHz-18GHz) FCC Part 15 FCC Part db 3.0 db 2.8 db 6.3 db 5.7 db WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 8 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. 3 Test Results 3.1 Conducted Emissions Requirements Test Arrangement: Table Top Compliance Standard: FCC Part 15 (2014), Class B Frequency 150kHz~500kHz 500kHz~5MHz 5MHz~30MHz Compliance Limits Quasi-Peak Level db(µv) 66 ~ Average Level db(µv) 56 ~ Test Equipment Item Equipment Manufacturer Model No. Serial No. Last Cal. Cal. Interval 1. 1# Shielding Room AUDIX N/A N/A Apr.17,15 1 Year 2. Test Receiver Rohde & Schwarz ESCI Apr.28,15 1 Year 3. L.I.S.N.#1 Rohde & Schwarz ESH2-Z Oct.18,15 1 Year 4. L.I.S.N.#2 Kyoritsu K NW-403D Apr.28,15 1 Year 5. Terminator Hubersuhner 50Ω No.1 Apr.28,15 1 Year 6. Terminator Hubersuhner 50Ω No.2 Apr.28,15 1 Year 7. RF Cable MIYAZAKI 3D-2W No.1 Apr.28,15 1Year 8. Coaxial Switch Anritsu MP59B Apr.28,15 1 Year 9. Pulse Limiter Rohde & Schwarz ESH3-Z Oct.17,15 1 Year 10. Test Software AUDIX E a N/A N/A WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 9 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. 3.1.3 Test Procedure The EUT was placed on a non-metallic table, 80cm above the ground plane. The EUT Power connected to the power mains through a line impedance stabilization network (L.I.S.N. #1). This provided a 50-ohm coupling impedance for the EUT (Please refer to the block diagram of the test setup and photographs). The other peripheral devices power cord connected to the power mains through a line impedance stabilization network (L.I.S.N.#2).Both sides of power line were checked for maximum conducted interference. In order to find the maximum emission, the relative positions of equipments and all of the interface cables were changed according to ANSI C63.4: 2009 on conducted Emission test. The bandwidth of the R&S Test Receiver ESCI was set at 9kHz. The frequency range from 150kHz to 30MHz is checked Radiated Data Reduction and Reporting To convert the raw spectrum analyzer radiated data into a form that can be compared with the FCC limits, it is necessary to account for various calibration factors that are supplied with the antennas and other measurement accessories. These factors are included into the antenna factor (AF) column of the table and in the cable factor (CF) column of the table. The AF (in db/m) and the CF (in db) is algebraically added to the raw Spectrum Analyzer Voltage in dbµv to obtain the Radiated Electric Field in dbµv/m. This logarithm amplitude is converted to a linear amplitude, then compared to the FCC limit. Example: Spectrum Analyzer Voltage: Antenna Correction Factor: VdBµV db/m Electric Field: EdBµV/m = V dbµv + AFdB/m + CFdB - GdB To convert to linear units of measure: Test Data EdBV/m/20 Inv log The EUT complied with the Class B Radiated Emissions requirements. Table 5 provides the test results for radiated conducted emissions. Photograph 1 and Photograph 2 show the radiated emission test configuration Areas of Concern None. WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 10 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. Table 5: Conducted Emissions Test Data WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 11 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 12 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. Photograph 1: Conducted Emissions Front Photograph 2: Conducted Emissions Back WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 13 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. 3.2 Radiated Emissions Requirements Test Arrangement: Table Top Compliance Standard: FCC Part 15 (2014), Class B (3 meter) FCC Compliance Limits Frequency Limits MHz 40dBuV MHz 43.5dBuV MHz 46dBuV 960MHz (3 meters) 74dBuV 960MHz (3 meters) 54dBuV Test Equipment For frequency range 30MHz~1000MHz (In 3m Anechoic Chamber) Item Equipment Manufacturer Model No. Serial No. Last Cal. Cal. Interval 1. 3#Chamber AUDIX N/A N/A Mar.28,15 1 Year 2. EMI Spectrum Agilent E4407B MY Apr.28,15 1 Year 3. Test Receiver Rohde & Schwarz ESVS /011 Apr.28,15 1 Year 4. Amplifier HP 8447D 2648A04738 Apr.28,15 1 Year 5. Bilog Antenna TESEQ CBL6112D Jun.30,15 1 Year 6. RF Cable MIYAZAKI CFD400-NW(3.5M) No.3 Apr.28,15 1 Year 7. RF Cable MIYAZAKI CFD400-LW(22M) No.7 Apr.28,15 1 Year 8. Coaxial Switch Anritsu MP59B Apr.28,15 1 Year 9. Test Software AUDIX E a(n) N/A N/A For frequency range above 1GHz (In 3m Anechoic Chamber) Item Equipment Manufacturer Model No. Serial No. Last Cal. Cal. Interval 1. 3#Chamber AUDIX N/A N/A Mar.22,15 1 Year 2. Spectrum Analyzer Agilent E4407B MY Apr.28,15 1 Year 3. Horn Antenna ETC MCTD 1209 DRH15F03006 Feb.03,15 1 Year 4. Amplifier Agilent 83017A MY May.25,15 1 Year 5. RF Cable Hubersuhner SUCOFLEX / /2 Apr.28,15 1 Year 6. Test Software AUDIX E a(n) N/A N/A WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 14 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. 3.2.3 Test Procedure The requirements of FCC Part 15 (7/2012) call for the EUT to be placed on an 80 cm high 1 X 1.5 meters non-conductive motorized turntable for radiated testing on a 10-meter open field test site. The emissions from the EUT were measured continuously at every azimuth by rotating the turntable. Bi-conical and log periodic broadband antennas were mounted on an antenna mast to determine the height of maximum emissions. The height of the antenna was varied between 1 and 4 meters. The output of the antenna was connected to the input of the spectrum analyzer and the emissions in the frequency range of 30 MHz to 1 GHz were measured. The peripherals were placed on the table in accordance with ANSI C Cables were varied in position to produce maximum emissions. Both the horizontal and vertical field components were measured. The output from the antenna was connected, via a preamplifier, to the input of the spectrum analyzer. The detector function was set to quasi-peak or peak, as appropriate. Above 1GHz average measurement are recorded. The measurement bandwidth of the spectrum analyzer system was set to at least 120 khz, with all post-detector filtering no less than 10 times the measurement bandwidth. Frequencies above 1GHz were performed using a measurement bandwidth of 1MHz with a video bandwidth setting of 10 Hz for the average measurement Radiated Data Reduction and Reporting To convert the raw spectrum analyzer radiated data into a form that can be compared with the FCC limits, it is necessary to account for various calibration factors that are supplied with the antennas and other measurement accessories. These factors are included into the antenna factor (AF) column of the table and in the cable factor (CF) column of the table. The AF (in db/m) and the CF (in db) is algebraically added to the raw Spectrum Analyzer Voltage in dbµv to obtain the Radiated Electric Field in dbµv/m. This logarithm amplitude is converted to a linear amplitude, then compared to the FCC limit. Example: Spectrum Analyzer Voltage: Antenna Correction Factor: db/m VdBµV Electric Field: EdBµV/m = V dbµv + AFdB/m + CFdB - GdB To convert to linear units of measure: Test Data EdBV/m/20 Inv log The EUT complied with the Class B Radiated Emissions requirements. Table 6 provides the test results for radiated conducted emissions. Photograph 3-5 shows the radiated emission test configuration Areas of Concern None. WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 15 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. Table 6: Radiated Emission Test Data WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 16 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 17 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 18 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 19 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 20 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 21 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 22 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 23 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. Photograph 3: Radiated Emission Test Configuration, (Below 1GHz) Front Photograph 4: Radiated Emission Test Configuration, (Below 1GHz) Back WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 24 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. Photograph 5: Radiated Emission Test Configuration, (Above 1GHz) Front WLL Report #15WB F Rev0 - Page 25 of Washington Laboratories, Ltd. 4 Labeling Requirements Each digital device which has been verified as complying with the Class B limits shall have permanently attached in a conspicuous location for the user to observe, a label with the following statement: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. 4.1 Information to User The following warning or similar statement shall be provided in a conspicuous location in the operator's manual so that the user of a Class B digital device is aware of its interference potential. Additional information about corrective measures may also be provided to the user at the manufacturer's option. NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: o o o Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected o Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/tv technician for help The instruction manual for a Class B digital device that is separately marketed shall also include sufficient information to insure that the complete system is capable of complying with the requirements for a Class B digital device. The manual should also caution the user that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. Finally, the manual should instruct the user to use any special accessories, i.e. shielded cables, necessary for compliance with the standards. In cases where the manual is provided only in a form other than paper, such as on a computer d
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