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USER'S GUIDE

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Works with

iPhone

Made for

iPod

Contents 1 - USB AC Adapter

1 - Back Up Battery Pack

1 - Retractable USB Charge Cable Product Layout

30 pin connector

Charge indicator

Battery status indicator 4

2.5 DC

USB AC adapter Input

Retractable USB charging cable

Folding plug

USB female socket

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Retractable USB Charging Cable:

1.To extend the Retractable Cable, pull on both ends of the cable simultaneously to extend the cable to the desired length. To retract the cable, pull on both ends of the cable simultaneously to the maximum length and then release.

Charging Using a Powered USB Device:

1. To charge your Back Up Battery, connect the included charge cable to the Back Up Battery’s 2.5 DC input and connect the other end to any powered USB device. Keep in mind the battery can be connected to your iPod 30 pin connector or by itself. Note: When charging the Back Up Battery while connected to your iPod, the iPod internal battery will also charge simultaneously.

Charging Using the USB AC Adapter (included):

1. To charge your Back Up Battery, connect the included charge cable to the Back Up Battery’s 2.5 DC input and connect the other end to the included USB AC adapter. Connect the AC adapter to any wall-outlet. Keep in mind the battery can be

connected to your iPod 30 pin connector or by itself.

Note: When charging the Back Up Battery while connected to your iPod, the iPod internal battery will also charge simultaneously.

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LED Indicators:

BLUE LED: The Blue LED indicates the current charge remaining in the Back Up Battery Pack. The small bar indicates 20% charge, the middle bar indicates 50% charge and the tall bar indicates the Back Up Battery Pack is 100% charged.

GREEN LED: Indicates iPhone/iPod is fully charged.

RED LED: Illuminates when charging Back Up Battery Pack by itself. The RED LED will not illuminate when charging the Back Up Battery Pack and iPhone/iPod simultaneously.

1/2 RED & 1/2 GREEN LED: The Dual colored LED will illuminate when the iPhone/iPod is fully charged and the Back Up Battery is still being charged. This only happens when charging the Back Up Battery and iPhone/iPod simultaneously.

Charging Notes:

e When charging the Back Up Battery while connected to iPhone/iPod your iPhone/iPod will indicate when charging is in process.

e When using the Back Up Battery with iPod touch or iPod nano the headphone jack is not accessible. The Back Up Battery will charge your iPod touch or iPod nano while connected. Once your iPod touch or nano is charged, remove the Back Up Battery and use your iPod touch or nano as usual.

e You cannot sync data to your computer while charging your iPod/iPhone while the Back Up Battery is connected.

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Trouble Shooting:

e The Back Up Battery is not charging? e Confirm the battery is properly connected.

e The Back Up Battery is not powering my device? e Confirm the Back Up Battery is charged, recharge the Back Up Battery.

Federal Communication Commission Interface Statement

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 and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.

However, there is no guarantee that 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. 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. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help

Federal Communication Commission Declaration of Conformity

This product 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. As defined in Section 2.909 of the FCC Rules, the responsible party for this device is dreamGEAR LLC, 20001 S. Western Ave. Torrance, CA 90501 U.S.A. Modifications: Modifications not expressly approved by dreamGEAR may void the user’s authority to operate the device under FCC regulations and must not be made.

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WARNING! IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTION

Failure to read and follow these safety instructions could result in fire, explosion, electrical shock or other hazard, causing serious and/or fatal injury and/or property damage.

e Do not modify, disassemble, open, drop, crush, puncture, or shred the dreamGEAR Back Up Battery Pack and AC Adapter for iPhone and iPod (which will be known as the Back Up Battery Pack and AC Adapter for the remainder of the instruction guide).

e The Back Up Battery Pack contains a lithium-polymer battery, which is flammable. Keep away from open flame.

e To prevent short circuit or other potential hazards, prevent metal objects such as coins or keys from coming into contact with the Back Up Battery Pack and AC Adapter, and do not insert foreign objects into the Back Up Battery and AC Adapter or its ports.

e Keep the Back Up Battery Pack and AC Adapter dry, and do not use with wet hands. Moisture in or on the Back Up Battery Pack and AC Adapter may lead to electrical shock. If exposed to moisture, unplug the Back Up Battery and AC Adapter and discontinue use immediately. If the Back Up Battery Pack and AC Adapter gets wet, have a qualified technician evaluate the product’s safety before resuming use.

e Back-Up Battery Pack should only be used to power an iPod or iPhone device.

e The Back Up Battery Pack and AC Adapter may become warm during operation. This is normal. However, to prevent overwhelming, keep area around Back Up Battery Pack and AC Adapter ventilated and do not place anything on or around Back Up Battery Pack and AC Adapter during operation.

e During use, regularly check that the input power cable is firmly connected. Loose power cables can generate harmful heat which can damage the Back Up Battery Pack and AC Adapter.

e |f the Back Up Battery Pack or AC Adapter begins to swell or expand, emits a strong odor, or becomes hot to the touch, discontinue use of the Back Up Battery Pack and AC Adapter, and have the product examined by a qualified electronic technician.

e Inspect the Back Up Battery Pack, AC Adapter and Cables for damage before use. Have any damaged part repaired or replaced before use.

e The Back Up Battery Pack and AC Adapter is not user serviceable. Do not attempt to open, modify, or repair.

e |f the battery inside the Back Up Battery Pack leaks for any reason, discontinue use, do not allow the Back Up Battery Pack contents to contact your skin or eyes. In the event of accidental contact, wash the affected area with large amounts of water and seek medical attention immediately.

e The Back Up Battery Pack and AC Adapter is not a toy. Keep them away from children. Insure that all persons who use this product read and follow these warnings and instructions.

e Do not leave the Back Up Battery Pack and AC Adapter on prolonged charge when not in use.

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Proper Care and Storage of your Back-Up Battery Pack and AC Adapter

e Do not store your Back-Up Battery Pack either fully charged or discharged. It is best to store your Back-Up Battery Pack with 60% charge remaining. To check the charge level of your Back-Up Battery Pack, connect it to a power source with a USB cable. Check the charge level lights for a 60% charge level.

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e Avoid frequent full discharges because this puts additional strain on the battery in the Back-Up Battery Pack. Charge the Back-Up Battery Pack between uses even if it is not fully discharged. The lithium-polymer battery used in this product has no “memory effect.” Therefore, several partial discharges with frequent recharges are better than one full life in laptops is mainly caused by heat, rather than charge/discharge patterns.

e Do not store the Back-Up battery Pack and AC Adapter at elevated temperatures (such as in your car) or in high humidity.

Disposing of your Back-up Battery Pack and AC Adapter

e Do not incinerate or dispose of the Back-Up Battery Pack and AC Adapter in a fire or microwave.

e Do not dispose of your Back-Up Battery Pack and AC Adapter as ordinary refuse, as it contains a lithium-polymer battery.

19 e In the USA and Canada: This mark te indicates your Back-Up Battery Pack and AC Adapter can be recycled by the Rechargeable Battery Recovery Corporation (“RBRC”). When you are ready to dispose of the Back-Up Battery Pack and AC Adapter, please contact the RBRC at 1-800-8-BATTERY or www.rbrc.org.

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