The NINJA V is designed to a high standard but there are some things you should be aware of to prolong the life of the unit and for your own safety.
Using the NINJA V safely
Although the NINJA V is very lightweight compared to all the devices it replaces, it is still a solid object that could cause injury if misused.
Always make sure that the NINJA V is mounted securely and is unable to fall onto anyone nearby. This is especially important when there are children present who might be tempted to pull on cables.
Always ensure that cables that run to the NINJA V are clearly visible and do not present a trip hazard.
Do not place on uneven or unstable surfaces.
Do not insert anything but a NINJA V Master Caddy II or AtomX SSDmini in the drive slot on the rear of the NINJA V.
Do not touch the NINJA V screen with sharp, metallic or abrasive objects.
Do not expose to strong electrical or magnetic fields.
Do not expose to liquids, rain or moisture.
Do not dispose of the NINJA V in municipal waste and do not incinerate it, always follow local regulations for safe disposal.
Care of disk drives
Spinning disks and SSDs are very sensitive to damage from static electricity. Please observe all the usual electrostatic discharge (ESD) precautions when handling them. Please see the section on mechanical shock and vibration later in this manual for information about how to handle and care for your disk drives
Please remember that almost all HDMI cables do not use locking connectors and will simply pull out if they are jerked or tripped over. Please ensure your cables make a secure connection and avoid flexing them excessively to maintain reliability.