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Bad product label for "Rohs designed" XBTF terminals: their Product Version : should be PV>=20 since April 2007

Goals and Symptoms

Bad product label for "Rohs designed" XBTF terminals: their Product Version should be PV>=20 since April 2007

Facts and Changes

Several "Rohs designed" XBTF terminals have been produced at Agriers Plant (Angoulême) with a wrong Product Version on their labels:
XBTF024110
XBTF034110
XBTF024510
XBTF034510
However, the packaging labels are correct (PV>=20).

Their Product label should be with PV>=20, as their CPU card is "Rohs design" model.
This PV number is the mean to sort the XBTF between "old" CPU cards and XBTF with "Rohs design" CPU cards.
The consequence is that the customers get confuse on which XBTL software configuration version they need to use.

Causes and Fixes

All customers concerned by this issue must be informed that :
1/ the "Rohs designed" XBTF terminals with Date Code > 0622 (May 2006) should be with PV >= 20.
=> so these terminals must be configured with XBTL as Terminal Type = XBTFxxxxxx(2)
2/ it is not necessary to return the PRODUCTS, as it is only a matter of bad marking on the product label
3/ The label marking issue has been fixed at Agriers plant: all XBTF(see upper list) terminals with Date Code > 0730 (July 2007) have now PV >= 20.

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