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1. Preliminary Notes 2. Introduction 3. First encounters 4. Installing the 6TD 5. Configuration with Scream! 6. Calibrating the 6TD 7. Command-line interface 8. Updating the 6TD 9. Connector pin-outs 10. Specifications 11. Revision history

Section Index: 1.1. Proprietary Notice 1.2. Warnings, Cautions and Notes 1.3. Manuals and Software 1.4. Conventions

Chapter 1. Preliminary Notes

1.1 Proprietary Notice

The information in this document is proprietary to Güralp Systems Limited and may be copied or distributed for educational and academic purposes but may not be used commercially without permission.

Whilst every effort is made to ensure the accuracy, completeness and usefulness of the information in the document, neither Güralp Systems Limited nor any employee assumes responsibility or is liable for any incidental or consequential damages resulting from the use of this document.

1.2 Warnings, Cautions and Notes

Warnings, cautions and notes are displayed and defined as follows:

Caution: A yellow triangle indicates a chance of damage to or failure of the equipment if the caution is not heeded.

Note: A blue circle indicates indicates a procedural or advisory note.

1.3 Manuals and Software

All manuals and software referred to in this document are available from the Güralp Systems website: www.guralp.com unless otherwise stated.

1.4 Conventions

Throughout this manual, examples are given of command-line interactions. n these examples, a fixed-width typeface will be used:

Example of the fixed-width typeface used.

Commands that you are required to type will be shown in bold:

Example of the fixed-width, bold typeface.

Where data that you type may vary depending on your individual configuration, such as parameters to commands, these data are additionally shown in italics:

Example of the fixed-width, bold, italic typeface.

Putting these together into a single example:

System prompt: user input with variable parameters

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1. Preliminary Notes 2. Introduction 3. First encounters 4. Installing the 6TD 5. Configuration with Scream! 6. Calibrating the 6TD 7. Command-line interface 8. Updating the 6TD 9. Connector pin-outs 10. Specifications 11. Revision history