A-dec 6300 Dental Light

Owner's Guide
6300
DENTAL LIGHT
85.2602.00
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2601 CRESTVIE
W DRIVE
NEWBE
RG,OREGON 97132 USA
Designated EU Repr
esentative:A-dec Den
tal U.K., Lt
d.
Austin House
, 11 Liberty Way, Attleborough Fields
,
Nuneaton, Warwickshir
e,England CV116RZ
Tele: (44) 24 7635 0901
SN: J828287
SERIAL (SN)
NUMBER
REF:2122
MADE
IN USA
1999
MODEL
(REF)
NUMBER
YEAR MANUFACTURED
Serial Number Identification
6300 Dental Light Serial Number Location:
• Lights with Integrated Power Transformers: see Figure 3 on page 4
• Cascade and Radius lights: at the base of the light post
For service information contact your local authorized A-dec dealer.
Check with local codes and A.D.A. (Americans with Disabilities Act)
requirements for installation of this product.
Warranty
Warranty:
A-dec warrants all products in this owner's guide against
defects in material or
workmanship for one year from time of delivery. A-dec's
sole obligation under the warranty is to provide parts for
the repair, or at its option, to provide the replacement
product (excluding labor). The buyer shall have no other
remedy. All special, incidental, and coincidental damages
are excluded. Written notice of breach of warranty must
be given to A-dec within the warranty period. The
warranty does not cover damage resulting from improper
installation or maintenance, accident or misuse. The
warranty does not cover damage resulting from the use of
cleaning, disinfecting or sterilization chemicals and
processes. The warranty also does not cover light bulbs.
Failure to follow instructions provided in the A-dec
owner's guide (operation and maintenance instructions)
may void the warranty. A-dec warrants A-dec dental chair
cylinders, both lift and tilt, for ten years from the date of
purchase of the chair or the cylinder. This warranty is
retroactive to A-dec chair cylinders already in the field.
The warranty covers chair cylinders A-dec finds to have
manufacturing related irregularities. Stool cylinders are
covered under A-dec's one-year warranty.
NO OTHER WARRANTIES AS TO MERCHANTABILITY OR
OTHERWISE ARE MADE.
6300 Dental Light
Return Policy:
U.S. and Canadian dealers wishing to return overstock
(unopened) merchandise to A-dec for credit consideration
must include a copy of the original invoice number. A
return authorization form from an A-dec Territory
Manager must be included with serial numbered
equipment or A-dec/W&H handpieces. A 15% restocking
fee will be assessed. Merchandise that cannot be returned
for credit includes parts assembled to the dental unit,
chair, light, or dental furniture; obsolete parts; and
specials. Dental furniture cannot be returned for credit.
Standard color upholstery ordered for obsolete chairs or
stools cannot be returned for credit. In the case of a
defective warranty item, a copy of the replacement invoice, serial number of the unit under which it was
replaced, and a description of the symptoms of the
defect must be returned with the part to:
A-dec Inc. 2601 Crestview Drive,
Newberg, Oregon 97132, USA.
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Equipment Alterations Policy:
Certain modifications or alterations of A-dec equipment
which expand the use of A-dec equipment beyond its
design and intent, or which override any safety features
of A-dec equipment may jeopardize doctor, patient or
staff safety. Field modifications that alter the electrical
and/or mechanical safety of A-dec dental devices are in
conflict with Underwriters Laboratory (UL) construction
file requirements and are not sanctioned by A-dec.
Examples of field modifications that diminish safety
design include, but are not limited to, rendering access to
the line voltage without the use of tools, modification of
supporting elements that increase or shift loading
characteristics, and the addition of any powered device
that exceeds the design limits of the dental system. The
use of accessory equipment not complying with the
equivalent safety requirements of A-dec equipment may
lead to a reduced level of safety of the resulting system.
It is the responsibility of the equipment distributor and
the installer to assure that the installation complies with
all building code requirements. The responsibility to
determine whether a modification or alteration of A-dec
equipment falls within these constraints is with the
person(s) who initiates, approves and/or performs such
modification or alteration. A-dec will not respond to
inquiries on an individual basis. This person(s) will be
deemed to have assumed all associated risks with such
alteration or modification and will hold A-dec harmless
from resulting claims, including product liability claims.
Additionally, such modification or alteration voids A-dec's
warranty and may invalidate UL or other regulatory
agency approval.
All product names used in this document are trademarks or
registered trademarks of their respective holders.
Printed in U.S.A. • Copyright © 2006 • All Rights Reserved
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CONTENTS
Serial number location, service information,
and warranty information are located on the
inside front cover and front page.
Controls ............................................. 2
On/Off and Intensity Switches ................ 2
Lights with a Separate Power Supply ............. 3
Lights with an
Integrated Power Transformer ................ 3
Focusing the Light .................................. 5
Replacing the Bulb .................................. 6
Care Instructions .................................... 8
Cleaning the Shield ............................. 8
Cleaning the Reflector ......................... 9
Light Head Adjustment ........................... 10
Maintenance ...................................... 12
Adjustments and Specifications ................ 12
Identification of Symbols ........................ 13
Classification of Equipment (EN 60601-1) ..... 13
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Controls
On/Off and Intensity Switches
INTENSITY
SWITCH
ON/OFF
SWITCH
Figure 1.
On/Off and Intensity Switches
The On/Off Switch is equipped with a large handle
so you can easily turn the light on and off. To turn
the light ON, face the light reflector and move the
handle to the right. For Cascade® or Radius® Master
lights, the On/Off control is on the touch pad (refer
to A-dec Publication 85.2627.00).
The Intensity Switch is a three-position switch
that allows you to select low, medium, or high
light intensity.
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Lights with a Separate Power Supply
Cascade and Radius lights use circuit breakers
which are located in the floor box power supply (see
Figure 2 below).
For access to the circuit breakers, remove the
cover from the floor box (if necessary, refer to Floor
Boxes, A-dec Publication No. 85.2611.00).
If a circuit breaker has tripped, reset it by pushing
the switch. Put the floor box cover back
in place. Verify the operation of the light by turning
it on and operating it at each intensity switch setting.
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CIRCUIT
BREAKERS
Figure 2.
Circuit Breakers
Lights with an Integrated Power Transformer
If you have a Preference, Track, Ceiling, Post,
or Wall-mount 6300 light, a circuit breaker will
interrupt the flow of electricity under infrequent
abnormal conditions. If the circuit breaker should
trip, reset it by pushing the switch. For circuit
breaker locations, refer to Figure 3 on page 4.
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CIRCUIT
BREAKER(S)
Track Light(s)
MODEL/SERIAL
NUMBER TAG (on
back of cover)
CIRCUIT
BREAKER
Ceiling Mount
MODEL/SERIAL
NUMBER TAG (on
the rigid arm)
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MODEL/SERIAL
NUMBER TAG
Wall Mount
CIRCUIT
BREAKERS
(hidden)
MODEL/SERIAL
NUMBER TAG
Preference
CIRCUIT
BREAKER(S)
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Post
Mount
Figure 3.
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CIRCUIT
BREAKER
MODEL/SERIAL NUMBER
TAG
(on bottom of housing)
Circuit Breaker and Model/Serial
Number Locations
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Focusing the Light
FOCUS
ADJUSTMENT
SCREW
Figure 4.
Focus Adjustment
The light is adjusted at the factory for proper
illumination at 27 inches (69 cm) from the oral cavity. However, you can quickly and easily adjust the
light focus (between 18 and 31 inches [between 46
cm and 79 cm]) to best suit your needs.
To adjust the focus, place a white towel over
the chair headrest. Using the towel to represent
the oral cavity, position the light head at the
distance you would normally use it when working in
the oral cavity (select a distance representative of
most of your work). Turn the light ON. Now use a
large screwdriver or coin to turn the focus adjusting
screw (see Figure 4) until the light within the borders of the light pattern is most uniform.
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Replacing the Bulb
WARNING
To avoid burning your fingers, allow the bulb to cool
before touching it.
Touching the bulb with your bare fingers could cause the
bulb envelope to fracture. Finger oils can also affect
light performance and severely limit bulb life. Install
the bulb using the wrapper to protect the bulb. If you
should inadvertently touch the bulb, gently clean it with
cotton dampened with isopropyl or ethyl alcohol.
SPARE BULB AND HOLDER
Figure 5.
Spare Bulb and Holder
Pull the spare bulb plastic holder from the light
head (see Figure 5). Remove the bulb from the
holder, but do not remove the outer wrapper.
Install the bulb using the wrapper to protect the
bulb from finger oils (see Figure 6 on page 7).
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OUTER
WRAPPER
NEW BULB
Figure 6.
Bulb Insertion
A card inside the spare bulb holder gives you the
part number for ordering a replacement bulb and
holder. Replace the new bulb and holder on the light
head.
To replace the bulb (see the WARNING on page 6),
turn off the light and allow the light to cool. If you
must replace the bulb immediately (to continue
working on a patient, for instance), turn off the
light. Release the toggles on the light shield and set
the shield aside (see Figure 7 on page 8). Using a
gauze pad or cloth to protect your fingers, carefully
pull the old bulb from its socket and discard it.
Holding the new bulb in its outer wrapper with the
pins away from you, carefully insert it in the socket.
The bulb base is fragile and can break under excess
pressure. Remove and discard the outer wrapper,
then reinstall the light shield and secure with the
toggles.
Verify the operation of the light by turning it on
and operating it at each intensity switch setting.
WARNING
Never operate the light with the light shield removed.
The clear shield contains UV blocking additives. The light
shield is also your protection in the unlikely event that
the bulb shatters.
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Care Instructions
Cleaning the Shield
WARNING
To avoid personal injury, be sure that the light has
cooled before cleaning it.
TOGGLES
REFLECTOR
SHIELD
ASSEMBLY
®
Figure 7.
Removing the Shield Assembly
Caution
DO NOT rub heavily, DO NOT clean the shield when it is
hot, and DO NOT soak the shield assembly in cleaning
solution. Doing so may damage the shield assembly
components. Clean the light shield only as instructed.
Allow the light to cool, then wipe the outside
surface of the shield with a 100% cotton gauze pad or
a soft, dry, lint-free cloth. If necessary, soak the pad
or cloth with water or with a diluted solution of mild
dishwashing liquid before cleaning. Make certain no
residue remains on the shield.
To clean the inside of the shield, release the toggles
on either side of the light (see Figure 7), remove
the shield and use the same procedure used to clean
the outside. Put the shield back on the light head and
secure with the toggles before operating the light.
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Cleaning the Reflector
Caution
DO NOT use abrasives or chlorine (such as household
bleach) on the surface of the reflector. These can
damage or discolor the reflector surface, impairing the
effectiveness of the light.
DO NOT rub heavily, DO NOT clean the reflector
when it is hot, and DO NOT soak the reflector in
cleaning solution.
When dust or spots on the surface of the reflector
impair the efficiency of the light, allow the light
to cool, then release the toggles on either side of
the shield (see Figure 7 on page 8) and remove the
shield from the light.
Using a 100% cotton gauze pad or a soft, lint-free
cloth, gently wipe the surface of the reflector clean.
If necessary, soak the pad or cloth with water or
with a diluted solution of mild dishwashing liquid
before cleaning. Make certain no residue remains on
the reflector. Put the shield back on the light head
and secure with the toggles before operating the
light.
For further recommended asepsis instructions,
refer to Equipment Asepsis Owner’s Guide A-dec
Publication No. 85.0696.00.
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Light Head Adjustments
Note
For light focusing information, refer to page 5.
If the light head is difficult to position, moves too
easily, or tends to slip out of position, the light head
needs adjustment.
HORIZONTAL
ADJUSTMENT
SCREW
DIAGONAL
ADJUSTMENT
SCREW
Figure 8. Diagonal and Horizontal Adjustments
To adjust or eliminate the third axis of rotation
(diagonal): using a 5¼32-inch hex key, turn the
diagonal adjustment screws, beginning with the
screw at the bottom of the switch housing. If the
light head moves too easily, or tends to drift out of
position, increase the tension by turning the screws
clockwise. If the light head is difficult to move,
loosen the tension by turning the screws counterclockwise. To eliminate all movement in the diagonal axis, tighten the adjustment screws until they
stop.
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To adjust left/right rotation (horizontal): using a
hex key, turn the adjustment screws,
beginning with the screw at the top of the switch
housing (see Figure 8 on page 10). If the light head
moves too easily, or tends to drift out of position,
increase the tension by turning the screws clockwise. If the light is difficult to move, loosen the
tension by turning the screws counterclockwise.
5¼ 32-inch
To adjust up/down rotation (vertical): using a
hex key to loosen the setscrew shown in
Figure 9. Remove the end cap. To make the
adjustment, use a large flat-blade screwdriver to
turn the adjustment screw under the end cap. If
the light head moves too easily, or tends to drift
out of position, increase the tension by turning the
screw clockwise. If the light head is difficult to
move, loosen the tension by turning the screw
counterclockwise. When the desired tension is
achieved, reinstall the end cap and retighten the
setscrew.
5¼ 64-inch
VERTICAL
ADJUSTMENT
SCREW
5/64-INCH
HEX KEY
SETSCREW
Figure 9.
END CAP
Vertical Adjustment
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Maintenance
Replacing the Bulb ....................................page 6
Care Instructions ......................................page 8
Equipment Asepsis
Owner’s Guide..............................85.0696.00
Parts
Maintenance Parts
Owner’s Guide ..............................85.2634.00
Adjustments and Specifications
Resetting the Circuit Breaker
Lights with a Separate Power Supply .........page 3
Lights with an Integrated
Power Transformer ..............................page 3
Focus the Light ........................................page 5
Light Head Adjustments ............................page 10
Operating voltage:
100VAC, 110-120VAC, or 220-240V (Post-, Ceiling-,
Wall-, Preference and Track-Mount Lights)
Operating wattage: 96 watts
Bulb: Quartz Xenon Halogen, single-end prongs,
extended life
Lamp rating: 24V/150W
Color temperature: 5000° Kelvin
Light pattern: 3.3" x 6.3" at 27.6" (85 mm x 160 mm at
700 mm)
Nominal light intensity:
Low: 16,000 lux (1486 fc)
Medium: 20,000 lux (1858 fc)
High: 24,000 lux (2230 fc)
Heat output: 325 BTU/hour
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Identification of Symbols
Symbol Description
Recognized by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. with respect to electric shock, fire and mechanical hazards only
in accordance with UL 60601-1 (2601-1) and under mutual recognition agreement with CAN/CSA C22.2,
No. 601.1.
Classified by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. with respect to electric shock, fire and mechanical hazards only in
accordance with UL 60601-1 (2601-1) and under mutual recognition agreement with CAN/CSA C22.2,
No. 601.1.
UL listed to UL 61010A-1, BS EN 61010-2-010 and Canadian (CAN/CSA C22.2, No. 1010.1-92)
safety standards.
Conforms to applicable European Directives (refer to Declaration of Conformity).
Protective earth (ground).
Functional earth (ground).
Attention, consult accompanying documents. No user servicable parts . Attention, line voltage. Only licensed
electrician should remove cover.
Type B applied part.
Class II equipment.
Caution: Metal surfaces can be hot during and following the dry cycle.
Classification of Equipment (60601-1)
Type/Mode Classification
Types of shock
protection
CLASS I EQUIPMENT: Dental chairs, dental lights, and power supplies
CLASS II EQUIPMENT: Chair, wall, and cart-mounted delivery systems
Degree of shock TYPE B APPLIED PART: Delivery systems only
protection
Degree of protection against
water ingress
ORDINARY EQUIPMENT: All products
Mode of
operation
CONTINUOUS OPERATION: All models except dental chairs
CONTINUOUS OPERATION WITH INTERMITTENT LOADING: Dental chairs - 5% duty cycle
Flammable
Gasses:
Not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture with air, oxygen, or nitrous
oxide, where such gasses may accumulate in concentration (closed space).
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Electrical Rating
Type
Specification
Volts
100/110-120/220-240 VAC
Frequency 50-60 Hz
Current
As configured and specified in equipment manual (products labeled 15A or greater require dedicated
circuit, identified in distribution panel).
Environmental Specifications
Temperature/Humidity
Specification
Storage/Transportation
Temperature:
-40°C to 70°C (-40°F to 158°F) - Relative humidity: 80% for up to 31°C, decreasing
linearly to 50% at 40°C.
Operating Temperature:
10°C to 40°C (40°F to 104°F) - Relative humidity: 80% for up to 31°C, decreasing
linearly to 50% at 40°C.
Indoor Use:
Altitude up to 2,000M (6,563 ft.), installation category II, pollution degree 2.
(UL 61010A-1 and CAN/CSA C22.2, No. 1010.1-92 only)
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USA and Canada
2601 Crestview Drive
Newberg, Oregon 97132 USA
Phone: 1-800-547-1883
1-503-538-7478
Fax: 1-503-538-0276
www.a-dec.com
International
Phone: 1-503-538-9471
Fax: 1-503-538-5911
Distribution Centers
A-dec Australia
41-43 Bowden Street
Alexandria, NSW 2015, Australia
Phone: 61-(0)2-9699 4600
Fax: 61-(0)2-9699 4700
www.adec.com.au
A-dec United Kingdom
Austin House
11 Liberty Way
Nuneaton, Warwickshire
England CV11 6RZ
Phone: 0800-ADEC-UK (2332-85) Within UK
44 24 7635 0901 Outside UK
Fax: 44 24 7634 5106
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