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1 Product Information Sheet : Reply® Interact Reply® Interact : Product Information Sheet Product Appearance Keypad Functions Keypad Comparison Management Functions System Structure Information Technical Certification and Copyright to navigate t o the desired section Press on one of the dedicated button s above 1. PRODUCT APPEARANCE functionality provided by the software Available keypad functionality is subject to the Please note: . selected 9 of Page +49 (6032) 92 59 28 12 ©2017 Infowhyse GmbH 1

2 : Product Information Sheet Reply® Interact 2. KEYPAD COMPARISON Interact Pro Interact Interact Plus Interact Mini 3.2.1 Generic Sign In Unique Sign In 3.2.2 Single Choice 3.3 1 out of 5 .4 3 Muliple Choice 5 out of 5 3.5 Judge Y/N/A 3 . 6 Numeric Input 3.7 Sequence 3.8 Raise Hand Texting 3.9 3.10 Live Examination up to 10 questions Homework 3.11 Messaging 3.12 Batch Voting Y/N/A Batch Evaluation Elections ©2017 Infowhyse GmbH +49 (6032) 92 59 28 12 Page 2 of 9

3 : Product Information Sheet Reply® Interact 3. KEYPAD FUNCTIONS FF URN 3.1 N /O T : O Press any key to turn on the keypad - ” key for - Keypad can be turned off through software by the operator or by holding the “ C The 3 seconds. 3.2 S IGN IN : The Reply® Interact has two different sign in functions. 1) Generic Sign In software to check attendanc e prior to the meeting. This allows the operator through Sign in is achieved the OK key when a sign In Question is activated. by pressing 2) Unique Sign In This functional the participants to input a code or id that is verified by software. requires Using the Unique Sign In function, ensures that the p articipants can only move forward and participate on the questionnaires /presentation after they have submitte d a valid login code/id . I S : HOICE C LE G N 3.3 selecting - 0/J key is used when The 10). Choose 1 out of maximum 10 possible answers ( Press an option to submit the desired choice - o The software allows for the operator to choose : ▪ between Letters and Number ▪ to requir e OK to submit the vote upon closing the vote ▪ to show /highlight the correct answer ▪ their vote by pressing a to allow the participant to revise new option to overwrite their previous selection 3.4 M ULTIPLE C HOICE : The - Choose maximum 10 answers out of 10 options ( 0/J key is used when selecting 10) o Rule: Number of answers must be lower or equal to Number of Options and lower or equal to 10 choices . - Press the Numeric keys to enter the selected options and press OK to submit all - n to delete the last selectio C Press 9 ©2017 Infowhyse GmbH +49 (6032) 92 59 28 12 Page 3 of

4 : Product Information Sheet Reply® Interact - The software allows for the operator to choose: or Numbers in the Display o To show Letters to show /highlight the correct answer o the vote upon closing o to allow the participant to revise their vote by pressing a new option or series of options to overwrite their previous selection/selections o to allow for submit ting the vote only, when the minimum number of answers have been selected. (Y/N/A) J UDGE 3.5 ODE M - This mode is used for dedicated Yes, No, Abstain Questions. - The software enables the Operator to choose to allow only Yes and No votes, or Yes, No and Abstain votes . o The u ser is press es 1 for Yes, 2 for No, 3 for Abstain (optional) . The Keypad will display “Y” for Yes, “N” for No and “A” for Abstain OK ote with V ir automatically send , or - Operator can choose to require the user to confirm the the vote key is pressed. immediately once the - Operator can choose to allow the users to revise their vote or not N UMERICAL I NPUT 3.6 - Enter a free combination of numbers, decimal points and where relevant the minus symbol - The vote is s ubmit ted once the OK is pressed to confirm the vote by pressing C before Key – - The user can d elete and revise the ir last entry in the LCD confirming the vote with OK - Supports up to 16 Digits of input (14 in SN submission mode) - Operator can choose to allow the users to revise their vote or not 3.7 S EQUENCE - Supports up to 10 answers in random sequence. sort the answers in the correct - This mode is used to send a sequence of answers (e.g. to order). to: - The function allows the o perator switch between n o umbers and letters limit the maximum number of options the user can put into the keypad o force the user to insert a specific number of answers before he can send the answer o (e.g. for prioritizing a set number of options) 9 ©2017 Infowhyse GmbH +49 (6032) 92 59 28 12 Page 4 of

5 Product Information Sheet Reply® Interact : o allow or disallow repeated selection (e.g. for rating on multiple items) o allow or disallow the user to revise their votes 3.8 R AISE H AND their to raise OK press the participants can , hand to answer a After the vote has been opened question. XAMINATION 3.9 L IVE E questionnaire With the live examination, the operator can start a self – paced where the audience choice and sequencing mode. – can answer up to 99 questions in single/multi the - Press the alphanumeric keys to input selection (max. 10 options) and press th e Up or 2 key - Find to and select Down key to go to the next/previous question. Press the Menu – input the question number and jump to specific question. Keypad will submit the result when moving to the next question. - for review when the vote is stopped to each keypad Operator can send the correct answers - individually. - The user can review each question and will be notified for a correct or incorrect answer TECHNICAL INFORMATION 4. 4.1 E NCLOSURE Material: ABS plastics ✓ ✓ Dimensions: 92mm ×54mm × 8mm (L×W×H) ✓ Weight: net weight 33g (38 g with battery) ✓ Color: black 4.2 K EYPAD ID ✓ – 9999. Each keypad has a unique ID number between 1 ✓ The ID number of each keypad is used as its identification evidence when the keypad responds. g at the same place simultaneously without mutual Support multiple base stations operatin ✓ interference in match mode. 4.3 U SER INPUT ✓ 10 voting response buttons: 1/A~10/J. ✓ 2 fu nctional operation buttons: OK for confirmation, C for cancel. Up ] button. Down ] button, minus [ ✓ 2 symbol input buttons: decimal point [ 4.4 ISPLAY D LCD with display dimension: 38mm x 16mm. 16 Segment ✓ 9 ©2017 Infowhyse GmbH +49 (6032) 92 59 28 12 Page 5 of

6 Product Information Sheet Reply® Interact : up to 5 Characters, Numbers and icons ✓ Display: Able to display: signal strength, channel number, keypad ID, battery status, successful ✓ submission. 4.5 C OMMUNICATION PARAMET ER cific communication protocol: ✓ Spe Once the base station successfully received the response data, it will return confirmation ✓ message and indicate it on the keypad. ✓ Keypad can auto track and lock t he channel of the base station in matching mode. ✓ Employs international two way RF 2.4GHz digital communication technology with multiple channels. Channels: 80 channels (the corresponding base station should support with 80 channels), RF ✓ power < 1mW (1dBm). ✓ Operation distance: reliable o peration within 70 meter radius from the base station keypad data collected within seconds during practical test while working with 1 ✓ Speed: 160 - base station. 1000 RPI 4.6 ATTERY PARAMETER B Battery type: use 2 pieces of replaceable button batteries, type CR2032. ✓ ✓ Battery lif e (2 batteries, depends on battery quality and brand): 250 - hour continuous working time ✓ ✓ 400 hours stand - by time in theory (online) - Six to twelve months’ shelf life after shutdown A INTERFERENCE PARAMET - NTI 4.7 ER As per test result, the keypads will not be i nfluenced by communication devices such as ✓ phones and phone jammers. ✓ If the interference signal of 2.4G devices (such as wireless router) is strong, it is useful to adjust the base station channel. 4.8 EYPAD REMOVAL AND MA K NAGEMENT uipped with screw hole to meet the requirements of children use. ✓ The battery cover is eq in lanyard hole for optional and fashion lanyard. - Built · · Optional carry cases. RODUCT PROTECTION P 4.9 Testing through practical drop from 1 meter high as a pass. ✓ 9 ©2017 Infowhyse GmbH +49 (6032) 92 59 28 12 Page 6 of

7 : Product Information Sheet Reply® Interact 5. MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS ODES M TATION 5 .1 B ASE S default 1) Match Mode ( he keypads will be linked to the base station(s), so the user does not ): T need to change the keypad Channel. When changing the channel on the base station, the keypads will automatically follow. de is designed for environments where multiple systems will be used Channel Mode: This mo 2) divided other or one system needs to be next to each into multiple rooms. When changing the channel in this mode, the keypads will not follow the channel automatically. The user holding the for 3 seconds. needs to c hange the channel by Down/CH – Key 5.2 DDRESS EYPAD K A Each keypad has a pre - programmed Address and a unique Serial Number. The Keypad Address can be changed by holding the Down/CH - Key + 1 for 3 seconds. T EST ATTER UNCTIONAL AND F Y 5.3 B The Operator/Software can test the battery and working status of each keypad automatically or simulate an operation. 9 ©2017 Infowhyse GmbH +49 (6032) 92 59 28 12 Page 7 of

8 Product Information Sheet Reply® Interact : SYSTEM STRUCTURE 6. B TATIONS 6.1 ASE S 0 m 100m x 10 Room Size: RPI 1000 Up to 400 with a When using a Keypads: single base single base station station, the RPI Base station 1 x RPI 1000 1000 together with IN2100 Location of Located Interact) ® (Reply Base station (50m x centrally keypads, is 50m if located suitable for rooms , in a corner) 0 meters up to 10 recommended 0 meters by 10 to place base with a maximum station 1.5m of 400 people. high. 0 m 100m x 10 Room Size: RPI 4000 Up to 2000 with When using a a single base Seats: single base station station, the RPI 1 x RPI 4000 Base station 4000 together with IN2100 Located Location of (Reply Interact) ® centrally (50m x Base station is keypads, 50m if located suitable for rooms in a corner), 0 meters up to 10 recommended by 100 meters to place base maximum with a station 1.5m of 2000 people. high. For larger rooms or rooms with obstructions (e.g. columns), or where more keypad capacity is required, it is recommended that the system is configured with multiple RPI 4000 base stations. 7. CERTIFICATION AND CO PYRIGHT S ERVICE UPPORT & 7.1 S ✓ Certificate: FCC/CE/ROHS 9 of 8 Page +49 (6032) 92 59 28 12 ©2017 Infowhyse GmbH

9 Reply® Interact Sheet : Product Information ✓ Warranty: 2 years (limit maintenance, component and manpower) [email protected] Please contact us for details: Sales and agent service: ✓ ✓ [email protected] Technical support service: C ERTIFICATIONS 7.2 This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any ndesired operation. Any Changes or interference received, including interference that may cause u modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement: This equipment complies with FCC radiation expos ure limits set forth for an uncontrolled located or operating in conjunction with any other - environment. This transmitter must not be co antenna or transmitter. OPYRIGHT 7.3 C OTICE N All information related to the products and technology in this document be longs to the copyright of . Anyone who browses, reproduces, prints and distributes this document without Infowhyse GmbH due authorization might constitute an infringement of copyright. , environment, service life The technical parameters in this document may vary due to the actual use and production batches. If you have any doubt, please do not hesitate to consult Infowhyse GmbH staff. reserves the final right of interpretation of this document. Infowhyse GmbH 9 ©2017 Infowhyse GmbH +49 (6032) 92 59 28 12 Page 9 of

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