Apple M9177 Computer Monitor User Manual

Model Number: M9177 (Agency Number A1081)
Table of Contents: Page
Environmentally conscious design 2
Banned/restricted materials 3
Batteries 4
Energy consumption 4
Emissions 5
Ergonomics 5
Packaging and documentation 5
Recycling 5
Additional Attributes 6
Additional Information/Notes 6
This list of environmental attributes can be used as a guide to determine product compliance with various regional, country, and industry
sector product environmental criteria. The environmental criteria listed is based on programs such as ECMA, IT ECO (formerly SITO),
Blue Angel, ENERGY STAR®, and TCO.
Each criteria listed includes a reference to the section of the Eco-label specification where it is described.
Note: Not all environmental criteria apply to all products.
This environmental specification is provided for informational purposes only. Nothing contained within shall be construed as a warranty,
expressed or implied, with respect to the product.
Date: 10/14/04
Product: Apple Cinema Display, 20" Flat Panel
Apple Product Environmental Specification
The use of energy-efficient products results in savings in energy costs and the reduction of pollution resulting from
the generation of electricity. Apple promotes energy conservation in its product design and performance including
our participation in the ENERGY STAR® program and no-load power consumption programs such as the EU Code
of Conduct for external power supplies, and the U.S. Federal Energy Management Program. The energy data
listed reflects standard configurations only. Other configurations may yield different energy values.
An environmental policy and environmental management system (EMS) demonstrates the commitment, purpose,
objective and mission of a company. Apple has established an internal EMS, and has certified its facilities in
Sacramento, CA, Ireland, and Singapore to ISO 14001.
Apple products are tested and certified to international standards to assure the safe use of our products.
The safe use of Apple products is of foremost concern. Therefore, Apple tests and certifies our products to
international standards to assure their safe use.
Visual ergonomics is an important concern to computer users. It affects user comfort and performance. Apple
designs, tests and certifies our displays to meet stringent visual ergonomics (front of screen) criteria. In addition,
our displays have the capability of tilting and swiveling to adjust to user needs.
Apple evaluates the environmental attributes of our packaging for hazardous materials as well as the minimization
of the quantity and weight of the packaging materials. These considerations enable and promote recycling of
packaging materials for our customers.
Electrical Safety, EMC, and connection to telephone network
Apple designs its products with specific features and functions that promote the ease of recyclables. In addition, in
specific countries, Apple has established takeback/recycling programs to assist customers.
Environmental policy & environmental management
Environmentally conscious design is the systematic approach of identifying and incorporating product features and
functions with respect to environmental, health and safety objectives throughout all stages of a product’s life.
Apple has established a process where we address these issues in the design, development, manufacture, use,
and end-of-life of our products.
Some materials that have traditionally been used in electronic products have been determined to be environmental
or health hazards. The use of these materials has been banned or restricted by legislation or ecolabels.
Apple uses rechargeable batteries to provide power for notebooks, develops power management software and
energy saving features to obtain maximum efficiency, and avoids batteries that contain lead, cadmium and/or