You may return most items within 90 days of delivery for a full refund. We’ll also pay the return shipping costs if the return is a result of our error (you received an incorrect or defective item, etc.).

You should expect to receive your refund within four weeks of giving your package to the return shipper, however, in many cases you will receive a refund more quickly. This time period includes the transit time for us to receive your return from the shipper (5 to 10 business days), the time it takes us to process your return once we receive it (3 to 5 business days), and the time it takes your bank to process our refund request (5 to 10 business days).

If you need to return an item, simply login to your account, view the order using the “Complete Orders” link under the My Account menu and click the Return Item(s) button. We’ll notify you via e-mail of your refund once we’ve received and processed the returned item.


Thank you for accessing the Website (“Site”) operated by GO POINT TECHNOLOGY, Inc. We respect your privacy and want to protect your personal information. To learn more, please read this Privacy Policy.
This Privacy Policy explains how we collect, use and (under certain conditions) disclose your personal information. This Privacy Policy also explains the steps we have taken to secure your personal information. Finally, this Privacy Policy explains your options regarding the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information. By visiting the Site directly or through another site, you accept the practices described in this Policy.
This privacy policy applies to the Site. This privacy policy does not necessarily apply to any offline collection of your personal information. Please see below for details.
We are not responsible for the content or privacy practices on any web site not operated by GO POINT TECHNOLOGY, Inc. to which the Site links or that links to the Site.
1.         Information Collection.
We collect information from you in several different ways on this Site. One goal in collecting personal information from you is to provide an efficient, meaningful, and customized experience. For example, we can use your personal information to:
•    help make the Site easier for you to use by not having to enter information more than once.
•    help you quickly find information, products, and services.
•    help us create content that is most relevant to you.
•    alert you to new information, products, and services that we offer.
(a) Registration and Ordering. Before using certain parts of any Site or ordering products, you must complete an online registration form. During registration, you will be prompted to provide to us certain personal information, including but not limited to your name, shipping and billing address(es), phone number, email address, and credit card number. If you have elected to use the Bill Me Later® payment method, you will have to provide the last four (4) digits of your social security number and your birth date. We use this information solely to facilitate the Bill Me Later® transaction and will not store or keep this information in our files. In addition, we may also ask you for your country of residence and/or your organization’s country of operation, so we can comply with applicable laws and regulations, and for your gender. These kinds of personal information are used for billing purposes, to fulfill your orders, to communicate with you about your order and the Sites, and for internal marketing purposes. If we encounter a problem when processing your order, your personal information may be used to contact you.
(b) Email Addresses. Several locations of the Site permit you to enter your email address for purposes including but not limited to: to register for a contest or sweepstakes; to request us to notify you of new products; to sign up for email newsletters and special offers. Your participation in a contest or sweepstakes is completely voluntary, so you have a choice whether to participate and disclose information to us. We use this information to notify contest and sweepstakes winners and to award prizes. We may post on the Site the names and cities of contest and sweepstakes winners.  By entering a contest or sweepstakes, you may be opting in to receive our email newsletter and special offers and this will be disclosed in the official rules governing the contest or sweepstakes.
(c) Cookies and Other Technology. Like many sites, the Site employs cookies and web beacons (also known as clear GIF technology or “action tags”) to speed your navigation of the Site, recognize you and your access privileges, and track your Site usage.
(i) Cookies are small pieces of information that are stored as text files by your Internet browser on your computer’s hard drive. Most Internet browsers are initially set to accept cookies. You can set your browser to refuse cookies from web sites or to remove cookies from your hard drive, but if you do, you will not be able to access or use portions of the Site. We have to use cookies to enable you to select products, place them in an online shopping cart, and to purchase those products. If you do this, we keep a record of your browsing activity and purchase. THE SITE’S COOKIES DO NOT AND CANNOT INFILTRATE A USER’S HARD DRIVE TO GATHER A USER’S CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION. Our cookies are not “spyware.”
(ii) Web beacons assist in delivering cookies and help us determine whether a web page on the Site has been viewed and, if so, how many times. For example, any electronic image on the Site, such as an ad banner, can function as a web beacon.
(iii) We may use third-party advertising companies to help tailor site content to users or to serve ads on our behalf. These companies may employ cookies and web beacons to measure advertising effectiveness (such as which web pages are visited or what products are purchased and in what amount). Any information that these third parties collect via cookies and web beacons is not linked to any personal information collected by us.
(iv) As an example, Facebook collects certain information via cookies and web beacons to determine which web pages are visited or what products are purchased. Please note that any information collected by Facebook via cookies and web beacons is not linked to any customer’s personal information collected by us.
(d) Log Files. As is true of most web sites, the Site server automatically recognizes the Internet URL from which you access the Site. We may also log your Internet protocol (“IP”) address, Internet service provider, and date/time stamp for system administration, order verification, internal marketing, and system troubleshooting purposes. (An IP address may indicate the location of your computer on the Internet.)
(e) Age. We respect children’s privacy. We do not knowingly or intentionally collect personal information from children under age 13. Elsewhere on the Site, you have represented and warranted that you are either 18 years of age or using the Site with the supervision of a parent or guardian. If you are under the age of 13, please do not submit any personal information to us, and rely on a parent or guardian to assist you.
(f) Product Reviews. You may choose to submit a product review. If you post a review, we will ask for your email address and geographic location. If you submit a review, your geographic location will be visible to other users (your email address will be kept private). Also, any personally identifiable information that you submit as part of the review can be read or used by other visitors to the Site. We are not responsible for any personally identifiable information that you choose to submit as part of your review. We believe you can post a helpful review without disclosing any personal information.
(g) Bizrate Reviews. is an independent company that permits shoppers to rate their experiences in visiting and shopping at online stores. After placing an order on the Site, you may receive the opportunity to provide feedback on your experience. This choice is optional and will not affect your order or service from us, whether or not you choose to provide feedback. Your feedback is collected by, not us, and is governed by their privacy policy, available at
2.         Information Use and Disclosure.
(a) Internal Use. We use your personal information to process your order and provide you with customer service. We may internally use your personal information to improve the Sites’ content and layout, to improve outreach and for our own marketing efforts (including marketing our services and products to you), and to determine general marketplace information about visitors to the Site. In order to facilitate such use and the other use described in this Section 2, we may share your information with affiliates under GO POINT TECHNOLOGY, Inc.’s control.
(b) Communications with You: We will use your personal information to communicate with you about the Site and your orders and deliveries. Also, we may send you a confirmation email when you register with us. We may send you a service-related announcement on the rare occasions when it is necessary (for example, if we must temporarily suspend our service for maintenance.) Also, you may submit your email address for reasons such as to register for a contest or sweepstakes; to request us to notify you of new products; to sign up for email newsletters and special offers. If you submit your email address, we use it to deliver the information to you. We always permit you to unsubscribe or opt out of future emails (see the opt out section, below, for more details). Because we have to communicate with you about orders that you choose to place, you cannot opt out of receiving emails related to your orders.
(c) External Use. We want to provide you with excellent service and to offer you a great selection. We do not sell, rent, trade, license or otherwise disclose your specific personal information or financial information to anyone other than to affiliates under GO POINT TECHNOLOGY, Inc.’s control, except that:
(i) As do most catalog and Internet retailers, we sometimes use others to perform specific functions on our behalf. When we disclose information to these service providers, we disclose information to help them to perform their service. For example, in order to deliver products to you, we must share some information. We partner with third parties (such as the U.S. Postal Service, United Parcel Service, and Federal Express) to ship products, to ensure delivery, and so that we can obtain feedback, improve the quality of our service, and measure and improve the quality of the service of the third party. In the example of shippers, we provide them some personally identifiable information such as your name, shipping address, email, and phone number.
(ii) Similarly, to help you buy products and provide customer service to you, we must provide your credit card number to financial-services corporations such as credit-card processors and issuers. When we submit your credit card number for authorization, we use state-of-the-art data encryption to protect your information. (More on this below in Data Security.)
(iii) In the event you have elected to use the Bill Me Later® payment method, to help you buy products and provide customer service to you, we must provide the last four (4) digits of your social security number and your birth date to the financial-services corporations processing your transaction. When you submit this information to us for approval and authorization, we use state-of-the-art data encryption to protect your information.
(iv) We may disclose such information in response to requests from law enforcement officials conducting investigations; subpoenas; a court order; or if we are otherwise required to disclose such information by law. We also will release personal information where disclosure is necessary to protect our legal rights, enforce our Terms of Use or other agreements, or to protect ourselves or others. For example, we may share information to reduce the risk of fraud or if someone uses or attempts to use the Site for illegal reasons or to commit fraud.
(v) We will not sell (or trade or rent) personally identifiable information to other companies as part of our regular course of business. However, it’s possible that we might acquire or merge with or be acquired by another company or that we might dispose of some or all of our assets. If that happens, your personal information may be disclosed to another company, but that disclosure will be subject to the Privacy Policy in effect.
(vi) We may share non-personal information (such as the number of daily visitors to a particular web page, or the size of an order placed on a certain date) with third parties such as advertising partners. This information does not directly personally identify you or any user.
(vii) We may publicly disclose the name, city, and state of the contest and sweepstakes winners.
The Site incorporates physical, electronic, and administrative procedures to safeguard the confidentiality of your personal information, including Secure Sockets Layer (“SSL”) for all financial transactions through the Site. We use SSL encryption to protect your personal information online, and we also take several steps to protect your personal information in our facilities. Access to your personal information is restricted. Only employees who need access to your personal information to perform a specific job are granted access to your personal information. Finally, we rely on third-party service providers for the physical security of some of our computer hardware. We believe that their security procedures are adequate. For example, when you visit the Site, you access servers that are kept in a secure physical environment, behind a locked cage and an electronic firewall.
While we use industry-standard precautions to safeguard your personal information, we cannot guarantee complete security. 100% complete security does not presently exist anywhere online or offline.
Upon your request, we will (a) correct or update your personal information; (b) stop sending emails to your email address; and/or (c) disable your account to prevent any future purchases through that account. You can make these requests at the customer information section of the Site
Please do not email your credit-card number or other sensitive information.
As you might expect from us, the majority of information that we collect is obtained through the Site, and this Privacy Policy applies only to that online collection of personal information. We also may collect information offline, where we also try to protect the privacy of your personal information. One example involves someone calling us to place an order or to ask questions. When someone calls, we will ask only for the personal information we need in order to place the order or to answer the question. When we need to store information (such as order information), we will enter it into our database through SSL encryption. (See the Data Security section above for more information). Another example involves faxes. If you fax something to us, we will act upon the fax and then either store it a locked repository or we will shred the fax if there is no need to retain the information. There are other ways we could learn of personal information offline (for example, we suppose someone could send us a letter including some return address information), and this Policy doesn’t discuss or try to predict all of those methods or uses. As we mentioned, we will try to treat offline collection, uses, and disclosures consistently with our relevant online practices.
If we change or update this Privacy Policy, we will post changes and updates on the Site so that you will always be aware of what information we collect, use and disclose. We encourage you to review this Privacy Policy from time to time so you will know if the Privacy Policy has been changed or updated.
Effective January 1, 2013


Sales under these terms and conditions (these “Terms”) are by Go Point Technology, Inc. (“Seller”) to the entity named as the buyer or purchaser (“Buyer”) in the documentation to which these Terms are attached or with which they are associated and are conditional upon Buyer’s agreement with these Terms and only these Terms.  If these Terms are first tendered to Buyer before Buyer tenders a purchase order or similar document to Seller, these Terms are in lieu of any terms later submitted by Buyer and Seller rejects all additional or different terms and conditions of Buyer, whether confirmatory or otherwise.  If Seller tenders these terms after the tender by Buyer of other terms, whether as part of a purchase order or otherwise, then Seller’s acceptance of any offer by Buyer associated with Buyer’s terms is expressly conditioned upon Buyer’s acceptance of these Terms exclusively and to the exclusion of any proffered Buyer terms or conditions, regardless of whether these Terms contain any terms additional to, or different from, any terms proffered by Buyer.  Buyer’s performance, or acceptance of, or payment for, any products from Seller will constitute Buyer’s acceptance of these Terms exclusively.  These Terms, together with any associated description of the products and quantity and price terms that are the subject of the purchase and sale transaction under these Terms constitute a “Supply Agreement.”  Buyer represents and warrants that any products that it purchases from Seller are for business or commercial use only and not for domestic, personal, family, or household use.

  1. Description of Products.  Seller agrees to sell, and Buyer agrees to purchase, the products described as part of the Supply Agreement.
  2. Prices; Minimum Quantities.  The prices of the products and/or services supplied by Seller are as stated in the Supply Agreement.  Prices may be adjusted to the prices in effect at the time of delivery, whether as a result of fluctuations in commodity prices or otherwise.  Except as otherwise stated in a Supply Agreement, all pricing is EXW (Incoterms 2000) Seller’s facility or such other location as Seller specifies in a Supply Agreement.  Buyer acknowledges and agrees that the prices for certain products offered by Seller are based on Buyer purchasing a stated minimum order quantity and/or minimum shipment quantity of those products. Where Buyer orders a product that is subject to a minimum order quantity and the quantity ordered does not meet that minimum order quantity, Seller reserves the right to adjust the price or ship the minimum order quantity at Seller’s discretion.
  3. Taxes and Fees.  All prices are exclusive of sales, use, excise, customs, export, import, commodity and/or any other taxes.  Buyer will pay all such taxes and any license fees or other charges incidental to the sale of products.  Buyer will, at Seller’s request, provide to Seller reasonable proof of payment by Buyer of such taxes, fees, and assessments.  If Seller is required to prepay any taxes on behalf of Buyer, Buyer will promptly reimburse Seller for all such taxes paid.  If provision of the products and/or services requires any documentary letter of credit or similar document, instrument, or process, Buyer shall pay all fees and costs associated therewith.
  4. Payment Terms.  Unless provided otherwise by Seller from Seller in writing, payment terms are cash up front.  Interest charges in the amount of 18% per annum will be applied to any past-due amounts. Buyer will pay any invoice issued by Seller without discount, setoff, or reduction.  Seller may, at its sole discretion, require payment by bank transfer, cash, certified check, C.O.D., or irrevocable letter of credit.  All trading accounts are subject to prior approval of Seller’s credit department in accordance with Seller’s credit policies and practices in effect from time to time.  Seller may revise the amount of credit or terms of payment at any time for any reason.  If Buyer fails to make payment when due or defaults in any other way, Seller may, at its option, without limiting any of its other rights or remedies available under these Terms or applicable law, and until Buyer’s account is current: (1) withdraw credit and suspend or cancel performance under any or all Supply Agreements; and/or (2) reschedule shipment.  Seller may invoice separately for each shipment and, in any case, Buyer will pay for each shipment as invoiced without regard for other shipments.
  5. Shipments.  Seller will ship EXW (Incoterms 2000) Seller’s facility or such other location as Seller specifies in a Supply Agreement.  Seller may select the freight carrier, and Buyer accepts carrier selection by Seller unless Buyer timely specifies in writing an alternative carrier reasonably acceptable to Seller.  Delivery of products to the carrier constitutes delivery to Buyer, title to products will pass to Buyer, and Buyer will have all risk of loss or damage at that time.  Any claims against Seller for shortages or non-conformance that could, with due diligence, be discovered by inspection upon receipt must be made within 10 days after receipt.  Seller will package the products in accordance with Seller’s standard practice.  Seller may make deliveries in installments with appropriate partial invoicing issued for each such installment.  Seller may, but will not be required to, shorten lead times and deliver products more quickly than originally estimated, in accordance with Buyer requests, but reserves the right to increase pricing accordingly, or impose break-in charges, for directly or indirectly affected products or shipments thereof.  Each shipment of products to be delivered is a separate sale and Buyer will pay the price for each shipment without regard for any failure to deliver, or non-conformity of, any previous or subsequent shipment.  Seller’s breach or default in the delivery of any particular shipment will not permit Buyer the right to refuse to receive any other shipment.  Time is not of the essence and Buyer is not entitled to reject an otherwise conforming tender made within a reasonable time.  Any failure by Buyer to pay for any shipment within the time stated for payment is an anticipatory material breach with regard to other shipments.  Once Seller commences production of products and/or provision of services and/or determines a shipping or delivery date with regard to the same, Seller will be entitled to provide, ship, and/or deliver such products and/or services and receive payment therefor and Buyer may not revise the timing for receipt of such products and/or services
  6. Security Interest.  Buyer grants to Seller a security interest in the products supplied under any Supply Agreement and any proceeds thereof and accessions thereto as security for Buyer’s obligations (payment and otherwise) to Seller.  Seller may file any financing statement or similar document and/or take any other action permitted by applicable law to perfect and enforce such security interest and, if local law requires that a financing statement or similar document be signed or otherwise acknowledged by a debtor party, Buyer authorizes Seller to execute and deliver on Buyer’s behalf any such document.
  7. Termination; Default.

(a)   Termination for Default.  Either party may, without prejudice to its other rights or remedies, terminate a Supply Agreement by notice to the other party if: (1) the other party files a petition in bankruptcy or assignment generally for the benefit of creditors or initiates, or has initiated against it, any similar proceeding under any law with respect to creditor’s rights, adjustment of debts, or similar law, becomes insolvent, becomes, or admits that it is, unable to pay its debts generally as they become due, or has a third-party manager or receiver appointed over any of its assets or (2) the other party defaults under these Terms and does not remedy the default within 30 days (10 days in the case of payment defaults) following notice by the aggrieved party.

(b)   Adequate Assurance of Performance.  In any circumstance where Seller has the right to demand adequate assurance of Buyer’s performance (such as, but not limited to, under Section 2-609 of the Uniform Commercial Code, where applicable), Buyer will provide such assurance within a reasonable time not to exceed five days.

(c)   Other Termination by Seller.  If Buyer fails to pay in accordance with these Terms or any Supply Agreement or fails to comply with any provision of these Terms or any Supply Agreement, Seller may terminate any Supply Agreement as to unshipped portions of the products and terminate any applicable raw materials orders placed with its suppliers, and Buyer will remain liable for shipped products.  If Seller elects to continue to make shipments after the Buyer has failed to make payment for the shipment in advance or fails to provide adequate assurances of performance, no action by Seller shall constitute a waiver of any default by the Buyer or in any way affect Seller’s remedies for any such default.

  1. Product Changes.  Seller may, at any time and without notice to the Buyer, change the product(s) in any way that does not adversely affect the form, fit or function of the product(s) in any material respect.  If Buyer at any time directs changes or causes Seller to make changes to the product(s), drawings, or specifications of the products(s), or otherwise wishes to change the scope of a Supply Agreement, including, but not limited to, such matters as inspection, testing, or quality control, Seller may terminate the Supply Agreement with respect to the items affected by such change(s) or reasonably change the time for performance and/or the price of product(s) to take into account the changes.
  2. Technical Assistance.  Except as provided for in a separate signed agreement or as expressly stated in a Supply Agreement, Seller will not be required to provide technical advice, facilities or service in connection with any Supply Agreement or the products supplied.

10.  Assignment.  Seller may subcontract the performance of any obligation of Seller under any Supply Agreement, provided only that Seller remains primarily liable for the performance of the obligation.  Buyer may not assign any right or obligation under any Supply Agreement.  Seller may assign any right or obligation under any Supply Agreement and, provided only that Seller’s assignee has assumed the obligation(s) of Seller, Seller will, upon such assignment, have no further liability as to the assigned obligations.

11.  Warranty.

(a)   Products.  Seller warrants solely to Buyer that each product supplied under these Terms will, for 90 days after delivery or such shorter time as the nature of the product (including, but not limited to, consumability) reasonably implies (the “Warranty Period”), conform to Seller’s written specifications during normal use and/or operation.  Seller’s sole and exclusive obligation, and Buyer’s sole remedy for failure of any product to conform to the above warranty is, at the option of Seller, repair or replacement of the non-conforming product or a refund of the monies paid by Buyer for the non-conforming product.  Buyer must notify Seller in writing during the Warranty Period of any failure by a product to conform to the above warranty.  Buyer will pay for shipping of any non-conforming product to Seller and Seller will pay for return shipping to Buyer.   Liability under this warranty will be reduced to the extent that: (1) the product is not maintained according to Seller’s specifications, (2) the product fails, malfunctions, or is damaged as a result of improper handling, improper storage conditions (including, but not limited to, where applicable, temperature and humidity), installation, maintenance, removal, modification or repair, (3) the non-conformity is caused by casualty, abuse, or improper use, (4) the product is altered other than by Seller or with Seller’s express written approval, (5) the product is installed, used, or configured other than as contemplated by the parties under the applicable Supply Agreement or at or in a place other than that contemplated by the parties under the applicable Supply Agreement, (6) the product is used, operated, or connected with a third-party good or software not expressly designated by Seller’s documentation and specifications for the product, (7) any failure results from a design or specification supplied by Buyer.

(b)   Software.  Seller warrants solely to Buyer that, during the Warranty Period for the product associated with the applicable software, the software provided by Seller with the product will function in all material respects according to Seller’s documentation for such software.  Seller’s sole and exclusive obligation, and Buyer’s sole remedy for failure of any software to conform to the above warranty is, at the option of Seller, repair or replacement of the non-conforming software or a refund of the monies paid by Buyer that are attributable to the non-conforming software.  Buyer must notify Seller in writing during the Warranty Period of any failure by software to conform to the above warranty.  Seller’s liability under this warranty will be reduced to the extent that: (1) the software is not operated according to Seller’s specifications and documentation, (2) the software is combined or operated with any third-party software or product, (3) the software is altered other than by Seller or with Seller’s express written approval, (4) any failure results from a design or specification supplied by Buyer, or (5) installation and/or use of an update, later version, or later release of the software would avoid or cure the non-conformity.

12.  Product Returns.  Buyer may not return any product unless Seller approves in writing the return.  Upon Seller’s request, Buyer will provide to Seller samples of products alleged by Buyer to be eligible for return.  All return documentation must contain Seller’s Returned Materials Authorization (“RMA”) number.  Seller may refuse returned shipments not approved by Seller or not properly identified.  The request for return approval must include serial number, part number, lot number, and date code (each as applicable), and full identification of products to be returned.  Proper handling procedures must be used in the packing and shipping of all returns.  Products must be returned in the same or equivalent container in which they were shipped with the RMA number clearly visible on the package.  Buyer retains title and assumes all risk of loss relating to products returned for repair or replacement until Seller completes repair or identifies products as replacements.


14.  Indemnification.

(a)   By Buyer.  Buyer will defend, indemnify, and hold harmless Seller and its employees, officers, directors, agents, affiliates, successors and assigns from and against any and all claims, suits, actions, demands, damages, losses, liabilities, penalties, fines, costs and expenses (including, without limitation, attorneys’ fees) whatsoever that are incurred by or made against any indemnitee that arise out of or result from (i) the acts, omissions, negligence or misconduct of Buyer, (ii) any claim by any successor holder (including, but not limited to, any end user) of any of the products, or any other person or entity, related to the products sold by Seller, or the purchase, installation, or use of such products, or any undertakings, acts or omissions relating to such products, to the extent such claim is not based upon a breach of an express warranty of Seller, or (iii) any Buyer breach of any obligation in Section 18.

(b)   By Seller.  Seller will defend, indemnify, and hold harmless Buyer and its employees, officers, directors, agents, affiliates, successors and assigns from and against any and all claims, suits, actions, demands, damages, losses, liabilities, penalties, fines, costs and expenses (including, without limitation, attorneys’ fees) whatsoever that are incurred by or made against any indentnitee that allege that the products, or their use by an indemnitee as contemplated by a Supply Agreement or the applicable documentation, infringe upon a copyright or patent of a third party.  Seller’s obligations under this Section 14(b) will not apply to any goods, services, and/or software (a) not supplied by Seller, (b) used in a manner not expressly authorized by a Supply Agreement or the applicable documentation, (c) to the extent made or modified in accordance with Buyer’s specifications, (d) to the extent that the alleged infringement or misappropriation results from any customizations, modifications, alterations or changes not developed by Seller, (e) combined with other products (hardware or software), processes, or materials where the alleged infringement would not exist but for such combination, (f) that is not the most current update, version, or release if infringement would have been avoided by use of the most current update, version, or release and Seller makes the same available to Buyer, (g) where Buyer continues the allegedly infringing activity after being notified thereof and provided modifications that would have avoided the alleged infringement, or (h) to the extent that the rights of any third party asserted with regard to the software arise out of, or are connected with, claims (whether based in patent law or otherwise) to inventions, technologies, or methods that were in widespread unlicensed use by third parties as of the time the good, service, and/or software was delivered to, or used by, Buyer or any affiliate of Buyer.  Buyer will promptly give to Seller notice of, and all pertinent information related to, any claim, suit, or cause of action that might or does lead to an indemnification obligation and will, at Seller’s request, grant to Seller exclusive control of the defense and/or settlement of any such claim, suit, or cause of action, subject only to Buyer’s consent (not to be unreasonably withheld, delayed, or conditioned) with respect to any settlement that purports to bind a Buyer indemnitee where the settlement involves injunction or any admission of fault or liability by the Buyer Indemnitee.

15.  Fail-Safe or Critical Operations.  Seller’s products are not designed, intended, authorized, or warranted to be suitable for use or resale as control equipment in, or for other applications related to, hazardous or critical environments requiring fail-safe performance, such as in the operation of nuclear facilities, aircraft navigation or communications systems, air traffic control, life support, weapons systems, or other application in which the failure of a product could lead to death, personal injury, or severe physical or environmental damage.  Buyer will not use or permit to be used the purchased products for such fail-safe or critical applications, and further agrees to indemnify Seller and its employees, officers, directors, agents, affiliates, successors and assigns against all actions, suits, proceedings, costs, expenses, damages, and liabilities, including attorneys’ fees, arising out of any breach of Buyer’s obligations in this Section 15.

16.  Confidentiality.  Buyer will, notwithstanding that any Supply Agreement may have terminated, keep in confidence and prevent the disclosure to any person all information and data disclosed to it by Seller that is marked confidential or by its nature ought to be considered confidential, including, but not limited to, quotes, business plans, technological techniques, prints, inventions, and research and development.  Notwithstanding the foregoing, Buyer will not be liable for disclosure of any confidential information if the same: (i) is or becomes readily ascertainable by the public by proper means without breach by Buyer of any obligation to Seller of confidentiality; (ii) is disclosed with the prior written approval of Seller; or (iii) becomes known to Buyer from a source other than Seller without breach of these Terms by Buyer or breach by the source of any obligation of confidentiality.  Seller will have no obligation of confidentiality or non-use with respect to information that Seller receives from buyer unless such obligations are established in a separate written confidentiality agreement signed by Seller.

17.  Intellectual Property.  Except as expressly and particularly set forth in a separate written agreement signed by Seller, Buyer will obtain no right whatsoever in any copyright, patent, trademark, trade secret, mask work, or other intellectual property right of Seller or that Seller creates, originates, discovers, or reduces to practice, or in which Seller acquires author or other rights, whether in consequence of these Terms, any Supply Agreement, any transaction or dealing between Seller and Buyer, or otherwise.  Seller reserves all such rights to itself.  The parties acknowledge that, absent a specific and separate written and signed agreement between the parties expressly granting rights to Buyer, no Supply Agreement is intended to require that Seller perform any development work for Buyer or create for Buyer any work of authorship, invention, or other matter in which proprietary rights exist.

18.  Export Controls.  Unless an appropriate license, exemption or similar authorization has been duly obtained, Buyer shall not, nor shall Buyer authorize or permit its employees, agents, successors or assigns to, export or re-export any products to any country identified as a prohibited destination by any applicable laws or regulations.  Furthermore, Buyer hereby agrees to undertake and perform all “denied party screening” or similar obligations imposed by or arising under applicable laws or regulations.  Buyer agrees and acknowledges that, to the extent applicable, these commodities, technology and/or software will be/were exported from the United States or other country of origin solely in accordance with the United States Export Administration Regulations or other export regulations applicable in the jurisdiction of origin.  Any diversion contrary to U.S. or other applicable law is prohibited.

19.  End-of-Life Disposition.  Buyer will, or will require Buyer’s successor owner of the product(s) to, at Buyer’s or the successor’s own expense, properly dispose of the products according to any applicable law.

20.  Governing Law; Jurisdiction; Venue; Severability.  These Terms and all Supply Agreements will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Michigan without regard for their conflict of law rules.   The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods will not apply to these Terms or any Supply Agreement.  Any action or claim arising out of or related to these Terms or any Supply Agreement may be brought only in the courts of the State of Michigan sitting in Oakland County, Michigan or the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan and Seller and Buyer each irrevocably consent to the jurisdiction of, and venue in, such courts.  If any provision of any Supply Agreement is illegal or unenforceable such provision will be reformed to, insofar as is possible, permit it to confirm with applicable law and, in any case, the remaining provisions will continue in full force and effect.

21.  Use of Products.  Buyer shall use, and require its employees, contractors, and agents to use, all available safety precautions, in addition to any specifically set forth in any manuals, material safety data sheets, technical data sheets, instruction sheets, if any, furnished by Seller (or available from raw material suppliers) relating to Seller’s products.  If Buyer does not receive any required material safety data sheets for any product from Seller, Buyer will request them from Seller.  If Buyer fails to strictly observe each and every one of the obligations set forth in this Section 21 or if Buyer’s use of any of Seller’s products is in violation of any standard or rule of the American National Standards Institute or Occupational Health and Safety Act, or other applicable workplace law, regulation, or standard, Buyer will indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Seller and Seller and its employees, officers, directors, agents, affiliates, successors and assigns from and against any and all claims, demands, damages, actions, and causes of action, as well as any and all liability, loss, or expense of any kind, including reasonable attorneys’ fees arising from, connected with or in any way pertaining to any such failure by Buyer.

22.  Notification.  Buyer shall notify Seller promptly, and in any event within 30 days, after any accident or failure involving Seller’s products that results in personal injury or damage to property and shall cooperate fully with Seller in investigating and determining causes of such accident or failure.

23.  Attorneys’ Fees and Costs.  Buyer will pay Seller’s reasonable attorneys’ fees and other costs and expenses for any legal or equitable action undertaken by Seller to enforce these Terms or the provisions of any Supply Agreement.

24.  Errors.  Any and all typographical or clerical errors made by Seller in these Terms, in Seller’s quotations or communications, or any Supply Agreement are subject to correction by Seller.

25.  Force Majeure.  Seller will not be liable for failure to deliver, or for delay in delivery of, the products to the extent arising out of or related to causes beyond its reasonable control, including, without limitation, acts of God or of the public enemy, acts of any governmental authority, fires, floods, other casualties, severe weather, epidemics, quarantine restrictions, strikes, labor disputes or shortages of labor, embargoes, wars, riots, civil commotion, shortage of rail cars or semi-tractors and trailers, delays in transit or inability to secure necessary parts or materials (whether at all or at commercially reasonable prices).  In no event will Seller be liable for any loss or damage, including in particular, direct, incidental, indirect, special, punitive or consequential damages (including loss of profits) due to any failure to deliver or delay in delivery.  If Seller is wholly or partially unable to perform because of any cause beyond its reasonable control, Seller may allocate production and deliveries among Seller’s customers or may terminate the Supply Agreement without any further liability to Buyer.

26.  Remedies Cumulative.  All rights and remedies of Seller under these Terms and any Supply Agreement are cumulative.  No pursuit or receipt by Seller of any particular remedy will constitute an exclusive election of remedies and Seller will have the benefit of all remedies available at law, in equity, or otherwise.

27.  Cross-Default.  Any default by Buyer under any other agreement to which Seller or any Seller affiliate is a party will be a default by Buyer under these Terms and of each Supply Agreement.  Such other agreements may, where applicable, be (but are not limited to), distributor or similar agreements.

28.  Certain Licenses; Party-Skipping.  Seller’s licensing arrangements with regard to software or rights in other intellectual property associated with one or more products may require that licenses be distributed only to end users of the products sold under a Supply Agreement.  Accordingly, if Buyer purchases any product(s) for resale, certain licenses will not accrue to, or benefit, Buyer itself.  Buyer waives any and all objections to such arrangements, provided only that licenses to use the affected intellectual property are effective as to the end users of the affected products.

29.  Third Parties.  Except for the indemnitees under the indemnification obligations contained in these Terms (each of whom is an express third-party beneficiary of such indemnification obligations), there are no third-party beneficiaries of any right or obligation under these Terms or any Supply Agreement.

30.  Third-Party Terms.  Under no circumstances will Seller be obliged or liable to Buyer or to any third party with respect to any representation, warranty, covenant, duty, or liability to any third party, whether as part of a “directed sourcing” arrangement or otherwise.  Without limiting the foregoing, Seller expressly disclaims and rejects any obligation of any kind to comply with any terms or conditions of Buyer’s direct or indirect customer(s), regardless of any obligation to such persons taken on by, and/or imposed upon, Buyer and regardless of whether Seller is aware of any such requirement upon Buyer.  Seller will be liable to any third party, if at all, solely according to such separately negotiated, written, and signed agreement, if any, as Seller actually negotiates and executes with such third party.

Entire Agreement.  These Terms, together with any specific terms contained in any Supply Agreement, any separate written and signed distributor agreement, and any separate written confidentiality agreement between the parties, embody the entire agreement between the parties with regard to the subject matter hereof and thereof and supersede all other prior agreements between the parties with regard to such subject matter.  Neither these Terms nor any Supply Agreement may be modified, except in writing and signed by the