System Equipment Sample Clauses

System Equipment. The purchase of equipment or peripheral devices, (including but not limited to smoke detectors, passive infrared detectors, card readers, sprinkler system components, extinguishers and hoses) from Company shall be subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement. If, in Company’s sole judgment, any peripheral device or other system equipment, which is attached to the Covered System(s), whether provided by Company or a third party, interferes with the proper operation of the Covered System(s), Customer shall remove or replace such device or equipment promptly upon notice from Company. Failure of Customer to remove or replace the device shall constitute a material breach of this Agreement. If Customer adds any third party device or equipment to the Covered System(s), Company shall not be responsible for any damage to or failure of the Covered System(s) caused in whole or in part by such device or equipment.
System Equipment. The system’s controlling and visit processing equipment shall be housed and maintained at a location provided by the Contractor. The system’s controlling and visit processing equipment shall be continuously monitored and maintained by the Contractor’s trained personnel. Equipment shall be new and unused. Equipment classified as demonstrators, refurbished, prototype or discontinued are not acceptable. The equipment shall be the latest model offered and must be tried, proven and in current use. The Contractor shall provide all mounting devices, carousels, hardware, any applicable software, and maintenance.
System Equipment. System Equipment Proposed Cost Share Master Site – Zone Controllers Master Site zone controllers are the brains of the System and cannot be separated in any way. Further, they are an inherent part of a trunked radio system and should be shared. *The Municipality of Anchorage Wide-Area Network (AWARN) Zone Controller Shared *Paid by Owners Radio Frequency (RF) Site Equipment Any user may be using any radio site to transmit or receive. RF equipment cannot be separated and should be shared. This also applies to infrastructure and antenna systems. Shared
System Equipment. The System is a multiple-zone design that is divided into four zones. All sites south of the Denali Highway are in Zone 1, while those sites north of the Denali Highway are in Zone 2. The Municipality of Anchorage (MOA) encompasses Zone 4 with a 700MHz subsystem. Zone 3 is reserved for possible expansion in Southeast Alaska.
System Equipment. The System is a multiple-zone design that is divided into two zones. All sites south of the Denali Highway are in Zone 1, while those sites north of the Denali Highway are in Zone 2. Each zone has a Master Site and a number of radio frequency (RF) sites. The Master Site for Zone 1 is located in Anchorage at Tudor Road. The Master Site for Zone 2 is located in Fairbanks on Fort Xxxxxxxxxx at Xxxxx Xxxx.
System Equipment. The System may include, depending on the plan selected, a base station (wired or cellular), mobile device, cradle charger, pendant and automatic fall detection pendant. Company recommends using an RJ31X or equivalent telephone jack to give the wired base station priority over other telephones in the Customer premises. When the wired base station is using the home phone line to connect to the monitoring center, the Customer will not be able to use the Customer home telephone to make other calls (including 911 calls). Therefore, the Customer may opt to have the System connected to a second telephone line. If the Customer chooses to use a second phone line, the Customer must provide that number to Company in addition to the Customer primary home phone number. The Customer is responsible for ensuring that the Customer phone is in good working order. The use of DSL, VoIP or other broadband telephone service may prevent the System from transmitting alarm signals or interfere with the telephone line-seizure feature of the alarm system (or both). DSL, VoIP or other broadband service should not be installed on a telephone number that is used for alarm signal transmission. If the Customer plans to install DSL, VoIP or other broadband service, the Customer should test the System IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE INSTALLATION OF ANY SUCH SERVICES. Company, in its sole discretion, may repair or replace the System if it becomes damaged or is defective, unless (i) the System has previously been disassembled, repaired or modified by someone other than us or our authorized service representative or (ii) the System has been damaged as a result of the negligence or misconduct by any person other than us or our authorized service representative. LIMITATIONS OF THE SYSTEM AND THE SERVICES. Company is not responsible for the promptness, sufficiency or adequacy of the action of any Responder. Company will not send any of its personnel to the Customer location in response to an emergency signal. Neither the System nor the Services can prevent death, bodily or personal injury, or any other harm or damage to the Customer or others who use them. The System and the Services rely on the availability of the Customer home telephone service provider, cellular network coverage, and the availability of global positioning system (“GPS”) data to operate properly. These systems are provided by a third party and cannot be controlled by Company. There is always a chance that the System may fail to operate ...
System Equipment. LDC warrants that each LDC POS terminal will be free from defects in workmanship and materials for one (1) year after the date of first use of the LDC POS terminal by the Account to whom the terminal is delivered. LDC makes no warranty as to third party equipment or products included with the System Equipment and LDC's sole obligation with respect to such third party equipment or products will be to pass through the manufacturers' warranties and indemnities with respect thereto where applicable. Should any of the System Equipment fail within this warranty period, LDC's sole obligation will be to repair or replace, at its discretion, the defective System Equipment. Replacement System Equipment may be refurbished or contain refurbished materials. LDC will ship replacement System Equipment to Distributor and/or Distributor Accounts upon request at Distributor's expense within two (2) days from LDC's determination of a terminal failure. This warranty does not apply if the System Equipment fails or is damaged after delivery due to shipment, handling, storage, has been damaged by accident, abuse or misuse, has been used or maintained in a manner not conforming to applicable System Equipment manual instructions, has been modified in any way, or has had any serial number removed or defaced. Repair by anyone other than LDC or an approved agent will void this warranty.
System Equipment. The County will purchase System hardware and software (collectively referred to as the "System Equipment") as initially needed for use of the System by the County and the Municipalities. The System Equipment to be purchased by the County for implementation of the System under the terms of this Agreement is listed as the System Equipment Costs – Total in the System Equipment List, attached hereto and made a part of this Agreement as Appendix A.
System Equipment. All equipment and other personal property included with the Assets is sold "AS IS." No representation or warranty is made by Seller that the design, configuration or condition of the Systems or the items of equipment and other personal property comprising the Systems comply with the technical standards of the FCC (including, without limitation, those set forth in Subpart K of Part 76, Title 47, Code of Federal Regulations), the Federal Aviation Administration or any franchising authority, and Seller expressly disclaims any such warranty relating to design, configuration or condition of the equipment and other personal property comprising the Systems and the warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, with respect to the design or configuration of the Systems or the items of equipment and other personal property that comprise the Systems.

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  • Customer Equipment Customer represents and warrants that it owns or has the legal right and authority, and will continue to own or maintain the legal right and authority during the term of this Agreement, to place and use the Customer Equipment as contemplated by this Agreement. Customer further represents and warrants that its placement, arrangement, and use of the Customer Equipment in the Internet Data Centers complies with the Customer Equipment Manufacturer's environmental and other specifications.

  • Stored equipment The village hall accepts no responsibility for any stored equipment or other property brought on to or left at the premises, and all liability for loss or damage is hereby excluded. All equipment and other property (other than stored equipment) must be removed at the end of each hiring or fees will be charged for each day or part of a day at the hire fee per hiring until the same is removed. The village hall may, use its discretion in any of the following circumstances:

  • Electrical Equipment Residents must use only CSA, UL-approved or Canadian-certified electrical equipment; the rated wattage of light fixtures must never be exceeded; and only replacement bulbs supplied by Waterloo maintenance staff may be used. Do not leave any unattended electrical equipment turned on (i.e. hair straighteners, lights etc.)

  • Metering Equipment 13.01. Utility will furnish, install, own and maintain metering equipment capable of measuring the flow of kilowatt-hours (kWh) of energy. The Customer's service associated with the CRG will be metered at a single metering point. The metering equipment will measure energy delivered by Utility to Customer and also measure energy delivered by Customer to Utility. Customer agrees to provide safe and reasonable access to the premises for installation of this equipment and its future maintenance or removal.

  • Equipment The Fund shall obtain and maintain at its own cost and expense all equipment and services, including but not limited to communications services, necessary for it to utilize the Software and obtain access to the System, and Custodian shall not be responsible for the reliability or availability of any such equipment or services.

  • Equipment and Software To use the Mobile Remote Deposit Services, you must obtain and maintain at your expense, compatible equipment and software that we may specify from time to time.

  • Leased Equipment The risk of loss or damage to leased equipment, goods or property shall not transfer to the University except as provided in §680.219, Florida Statutes. Any security interest in the leased equipment, goods or property granted to the Contractor contrary to AGO 79-72 and AGO 80-9 is null and void. Limitations of remedies provisions, which are unconscionable under applicable Florida law, are void. MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (MSDS). In compliance with Florida Statutes, Ch. 442, a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) must accompany any applicable item delivered under this Agreement.

  • SERVICES AND EQUIPMENT Section 21.01. Landlord shall, at its cost and expense:

  • Capital Equipment Collaborator’s commitment, if any, to provide IC with capital equipment to enable the research and development activities under the Research Plan appears in Appendix B. If Collaborator transfers to IC the capital equipment or provides funds for IC to purchase it, then IC will own the equipment. If Collaborator loans capital equipment to IC for use during the CRADA, Collaborator will be responsible for paying all costs and fees associated with the transport, installation, maintenance, repair, removal, or disposal of the equipment, and IC will not be liable for any damage to the equipment.

  • New Equipment In the event of the introduction of new equipment for use in the Editorial departments covered by this Agreement or replacing equipment currently being used by bargaining unit employees, the Employer will give the Union thirty (30) days' notice. Present employees will be given up to three (3) months' training in order to become proficient on the new equipment.