Safety guidelines, Consumer information on sar – LG TE365 User Manual

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Safety Guidelines



y Guidelines

Consumer Information on


(Specific Absorption Rate)

This Model Phone Meets the

Government’s Requirements for

Exposure to Radio Waves.
Your wireless phone is a radio

transmitter and receiver. It is designed

and manufactured not to exceed

the emission limits for exposure to

radiofrequency (RF) energy set by the

Federal Communications Commission

(FCC) of the U.S. Government. These

limits are part of comprehensive

guidelines and establish permitted

levels of RF energy for the general

population. The guidelines are based

on standards that were developed by

independent scientific organizations

through periodic and thorough

evaluation of scientific studies. The

standards include a substantial safety

margin designed to assure the safety

of all persons, regardless of age and


The exposure standard for wireless

mobile phones employs a unit of

measurement known as the Specific

Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit

set by the FCC is 1.6 W/kg. *
Tests for SAR are conducted using

standard operating positions

specified by the FCC with the phone

transmitting at its highest certified

power level in all tested frequency

Although SAR is determined at the

highest certified power level, the

actual SAR level of the phone while

operating can be well below the

maximum value. Because the phone is

designed to operate at multiple power

levels to use only the power required

to reach the network, in general,

the closer you are to a wireless base

station antenna, the lower the power

Before a phone model is available for

sale to the public, it must be tested

and certified to the FCC that it does

not exceed the limit established by the

governmentadopted requirement for

safe exposure. The tests are performed