FCC IDs for Xerox DandeTigers ...?

From: Bob Bramwell <bob_at_copenhagen.cuug.ab.ca>
Date: Tue Feb 24 10:19:02 2004

They were probably built around 1983 or so. As for why the customs care... I
dunno: they just do. Every time I have to ship stuff to the U.S. I have to
provide copies of form FCC 740 (Statement regarding the Importation of Radio
Frequency Devices Capable of causing Harmful Interference) for monitors and
computers. Sometimes (and I'll have to figure out exactly what the
circumstances are) I also need a form FD 2877 (Food & Drug Administration:
Declaraion for Products Subject to Radiation Control Standards).

And you thought Canadian bureaucracy was bad!

Anyway, thanks for the info. I'll fill out the forms accordingly and hope for
the best.

>Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2004 10:21:22 -0500
>From: Paul Koning <pkoning_at_equallogic.com>
>To: bob_at_copenhagen.cuug.ab.ca, cctalk_at_classiccmp.org
>Cc: cctech_at_classiccmp.org
>Subject: Re: FCC IDs for Xerox DandeTigers ...?
>>>>>> "Bob" == Bob Bramwell <bob_at_copenhagen.cuug.ab.ca> writes:
> Bob> Oh great Gurus of Obscure Facts: Does anyone happen to have at
> Bob> their fingertips any FCC ID information about the Xerox 8000 or
> Bob> 1108 series hardware and the monitors that go with it? I am
> Bob> about to ship a couple of these babies to Tony Eros (member of
> Bob> this list) and I may need this info to get the customs people to
> Bob> let them through.
>When were those built? If it was before the early 1980s, there wasn't
>any such thing as an FCC ID. If one was assigned it should be on one
>of the stickers on the box, near the model and serial numbers.
>If it's newer than that, you might be able to extract it from an FCC
>database that supposedly exists on-line with this stuff in it, but I
>know no details about that.
>Why would customs care?
> paul

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