Maxi Sky 600, Maxi Sky 600 ECS

Maxi Sky 600,
Maxi Sky 600 ECS
Instructions for Use
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14 • June 2013
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General Information ....................................................................................................................5
Foreword...............................................................................................................................5
Service and Support ...........................................................................................................5
Manufacturer Information ...................................................................................................5
Definitions Used in this Manual: .........................................................................................6
Intended Use ......................................................................................................................6
Operational Life ..................................................................................................................6
How to Use this Manual .....................................................................................................6
Symbols Used ....................................................................................................................7
Definition of Acronyms .......................................................................................................7
Safety Instructions ......................................................................................................................8
General Instructions..............................................................................................................8
Addendum for Rail System Other than KWIKtrak ..............................................................8
Safe Working Load.............................................................................................................8
Important Safety Directions ................................................................................................8
Shock Prevention ...............................................................................................................9
Fire and Explosion Prevention ...........................................................................................9
Human and Environmental Safety Practices ......................................................................9
Battery and Battery Charger Safety Practices....................................................................9
Homecare Environment Considerations.............................................................................9
Product Description ..................................................................................................................10
Maxi Sky 600 lift and Charger Station for KWIKtrak Rail System .......................................10
Hand Control.......................................................................................................................11
ECS Rail System ................................................................................................................11
Chargers .............................................................................................................................11
Overheat Protection Device ................................................................................................11
Battery Information..............................................................................................................11
Accessories.........................................................................................................................12
How to use the Maxi Sky 600 Lift .............................................................................................13
Controls and Features ........................................................................................................13
Emergency Lowering........................................................................................................13
Emergency Stop (red cord) ..............................................................................................13
Return to Charge (RTC), Return to Home (RTH) .............................................................14
Emergency Brake .............................................................................................................14
Indicator Lights .................................................................................................................14
Spreader Bar Attachment .................................................................................................14
Clip Sling Applications .............................................................................................................15
Clip Sling Compatibility .......................................................................................................15
Slings Selection ..................................................................................................................16
Operating the DPS ...........................................................................................................16
Operating the PDPS.........................................................................................................16
Attaching the Sling to the DPS/PDPS.................................................................................17
Detaching the Sling from the DPS/PDPS ...........................................................................17
Transfering Patient Using Clip Slings .................................................................................17
Lifting Patient from a Seated Position ..............................................................................18
Lowering Patient to a Seated Position .............................................................................18
Lifting Patient from a Supine Position ..............................................................................19
Lowering Patient to a Supine Position..............................................................................20
Loop Sling Applications ...........................................................................................................21
Loop Sling Compatibility .....................................................................................................21
Slings Selection ..................................................................................................................22
Attaching the Sling to the Spreader Bar..............................................................................22
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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Positioning the Patient ..................................................................................................... 22
Attachement Methods ...................................................................................................... 23
Transfering Patient Using Loop Slings ............................................................................... 24
Lifting Patient from a Seated Position.............................................................................. 24
Lowering Patient to a Seated Position ............................................................................. 25
Lifting Patient from a Supine Position ............................................................................. 25
Lowering Patient to a Supine Position ............................................................................ 25
Using Stretcher Frames and Stretchers ............................................................................. 25
Use of Accessories................................................................................................................... 26
How to Use the Exchanger................................................................................................. 26
How to Use the Turntable................................................................................................... 26
How to Use the Gate .......................................................................................................... 27
Using the PPP Function
(Pre-Programmed Positions) ...................................................................................................... 27
Maxi Sky 600 Ceiling Lift Programming.................................................................................. 28
Changing the Speed of Movement .................................................................................. 28
Adjusting the Spreader Bar Height .................................................................................. 29
Enable/Disable Return to Charge (RTC) ......................................................................... 30
Care and Maintenance.............................................................................................................. 31
Preventive Maintenance Schedule ..................................................................................... 31
User Inspections................................................................................................................. 31
Inspections by an Authorized Service Technician .............................................................. 32
Cleaning the Lift ............................................................................................................... 34
Strap Inspection ............................................................................................................... 35
Handling and Storage ...................................................................................................... 35
Battery Replacement ....................................................................................................... 35
Sling Inspection and Care .................................................................................................. 35
Regular Inspections ......................................................................................................... 35
Sling Laundering .............................................................................................................. 35
Annual Inspection ............................................................................................................... 35
Troubleshooting........................................................................................................................ 36
Labels on the Lift ...................................................................................................................... 38
Technical Specifications .......................................................................................................... 39
Lift Dimensions ................................................................................................................... 40
Electromagnetic Compatibility ................................................................................................ 41
Electromagnetic Compliance.............................................................................................. 41
Electromagnetic Emissions.............................................................................................. 41
Electromagnetic Immunity................................................................................................ 42
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General Information
Your Maxi Sky 600 lift is
part of a series of quality
products
designed
specially for home care,
nursing homes and other
health care uses.
We are dedicated to
serving your needs and
providing
the
best
products available along
with training that will bring
your
staff
maximum
benefit
from
every
ArjoHuntleigh product.
Foreword
Please read this manual in its entirety before using your
Maxi Sky 600 lift. The information in this manual is crucial to
the proper use and maintenance of the Maxi Sky 600. It will
help protect your product as well as ensure it performs to
your satisfaction. Lifting and transferring a person always
presents a potential risk. This manual contains safety related
information that must be read and understood to help prevent
injuries.
WARNING: ArjoHuntleigh strongly advises and warns that
to avoid injuries that can be attributed to the use of
inadequate parts, only parts designated by ArjoHuntleigh
should be used on product and other appliances supplied
by ArjoHuntleigh.
Unauthorized modifications on any ArjoHuntleigh product
may affect its safety. ArjoHuntleigh will not be held
responsible for any accidents, incidents or lack of
performance that occur as a result of any unauthorized
modification to its products.
Tested according to standards by TUV Product Service and
CSA.
Service and Support
A service routine has to be done on your Maxi Sky 600 lift by
ArjoHuntleigh trained service personnel. This will ensure it
remains safe and functional.
Please contact your local ArjoHuntleigh vendor for any of the
following:
• If you require further information.
• Want to report an unexpected event, change in the
performance or a malfunction.
• Need any help in setting up, using or maintaining your
Maxi Sky 600.
• Need replacement parts.
Your ArjoHuntleigh vendor can offer support and service
programs to maximize the longterm safety, reliability and
value of the product.
Additional copies of this manual can be purchased from your
local ArjoHuntleigh vendor. When ordering, include the
Instructions for Use product number (see front page) and
product identification number.
Manufacturer Information
This product has been manufactured by:
ArjoHuntleigh AB
Verkstadsvägen 5
241 38 Eslöv
SWEDEN
 : +46 (0) 10-335 45 00
 : +46 (0) 413-138 76
 : www.ArjoHuntleigh.com
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Thank you for purchasing
the Maxi Sky® 600 from
ArjoHuntleigh.
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General Information
Definitions Used in this Manual:
WARNING: The manufacturer cannot ensure
full safety for a lift or an accessory of which
the life span has been exceeded.
WARNING:
Means: Failure to understand and follow these
instructions may result in injury to yourself
and others.
The red indicator light on the lift cassette will blink
when it is about halfway to its useful life, and
again to indicate the end of the useful life period.
CAUTION:
Means: Failure to follow these instructions
may cause damage to the product.
NOTE:
Means: This is important information
regarding the correct use of the product.
Intended Use
The Maxi Sky 600 lift is designed for lifting
patients in a homecare setting, at nursing homes
and other assisted living centers. Patient
transferring is performed under the supervision of
an appropriately trained caregiver staff in
accordance with the instructions outlined in this
manual. All other uses must be avoided.
The Maxi Sky 600 must only be used for the
purposes stated above, and must be installed by
ArjoHuntleigh authorized personnel and in
accordance with local codes.
Operational Life
The Maxi Sky 600 is designed and tested for a
useful life of seven (7) years or 10,000
transfers—whichever comes first—subject to
preventative maintenance as specified in the
“Care and Maintenance” section in this manual.
Time equivalence between the number of
transfers versus the number of years is made
clear in the table in Fig. 1.
(10,000 transfers)
4
7
6
4.5
8
3.5
Fig. 1
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The operating life of this equipment corresponds
directly to the safe operating time period before a
complete overhaul is required. Aging of the
cassette, frequency of use (transfers per day), the
weight of the patient and maintenance frequency
are factors that have an impact on the
Maxi Sky 600 lift’s life span. A transfer is defined
as the displacement of a patient from one point to
another. A transfer cycle includes a lifting and a
descending action.
The expected operational life for fabric slings and
fabric stretchers is approximately two years from
date of purchase. This life expectancy only
applies if the slings and stretchers have been
cleaned, maintained and inspected in accordance
with the ArjoHuntleigh Sling Application Guide,
the Instructions for Use and the “Preventive
Maintenance Schedule”.
The expected life for other consumable products,
such as batteries, fuses, lamps, slings, straps and
cords is dependent upon the care and usage of
the equipment concerned. Consumables must be
maintained in accordance with published
Instructions for Use and the “Preventive
Maintenance Schedule”.
How to Use this Manual
WARNING: Do not attempt to use this
equipment without fully understanding the
information contained in this manual.
Misuse of the Maxi Sky 600 may lead to
injury for the patient and/or the caregiver.
Years
Transfers per Day
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Use of such accessories may lead to a
patient fall.
If anything is not completely understood, please
contact your local ArjoHuntleigh agent for more
details. Failure to comply with warnings in this
manual may result in injuries.
Keep this manual with the lift cassette and refer to
it as required. Make sure that all operators are
regularly trained in the use of the equipment
according to the information found therein.
General Information
Symbols Used
General
Symbols
Key to symbols
This symbol is accompanied by
a date to indicate the date of
manufacture and by the
address of the manufacturer.
General
Symbols
IPN N
1 2
This symbol indicates the
products comply with the
medical device directive
93/42/EEC.
This symbol is accompanied by
the manufacturer's serial
number.
This symbol indicates a type BF
applied part.
This symbol indicates a risk of
pinching.
This symbol locates the
emergency stop system on the
lift cassette.
N1: Ingress of particles,
N2: Ingress of water.
Alternating current.
Charger
Related
Symbol
Key to symbols
This symbol indicates a class II
electrical equipment: term
referring to electrical equipment
in which protection against
electric shock does not rely on
basic insulation only.
This symbol refers to the
Instructions for Use.
This symbol indicates “separate
collection” for all batteries and
accumulators as per the WEEE
Directive.
Degree of protection provided
by enclosure.
Direct current.
This symbol indicates the
approval of the Canadian
Standards Association.
This symbol is accompanied by
the manufacturer's catalogue
number.
Key to symbols
Definition of Acronyms
Acronym
Definition
DPS
Dynamic Positionning System
ECS
Enhanced Charging System
RTC
Return to charger
RTH
Return to Home
PDPS
Powered DPS
PPP
Preprogrammed Position
WEEE
Waste of Electronic and
Electrical Equipment
This symbol locates the
emergency lowering system on
the lift cassette.
Safe Working Load represents
the maximum load the lifter is
rated for safe operation.
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Safety Instructions
General Instructions
Safe Working Load
Keep these Safety Instructions with the lift
cassette at all times.
The Maxi Sky 600 lift for KWIKtrak Rail System
has been designed with a lifting capacity of
272 kg (600 lb)
CAUTION: Do not drop the lift cassette. It
may cause internal damage that is not easily
seen. If the lift is suspected to be damaged,
contact your local ArjoHuntleigh agent for
servicing.
NOTE: ArjoHuntleigh lifts are specifically
designed for KWIKtrakTM rail systems,
ArjoHuntleigh slings and accessories.
Addendum for Rail System Other than
KWIKtrak
ArjoHuntleigh could have adapted this lift cassette
to be used with a rail system other than KWIKtrak.
If this is the case, an addendum (001-14250-**)*
must be supplied with this Instruction for Use,
please refer to the addendum for informations
relevant to that specific rail system.
The addendum provides important informations
relative to:
• Safe Working Load
• Rail System Limitations
• description for specific parts.
Before using the Maxi Sky 600, make sure it is
compatible with accessories installed on that rail
system.
WARNING: Before using the Maxi Sky 600
on a track system other than KWIKtrak,
make sure you have read and understood
the addendum supplied with this Instruction
For Use.
Using the Maxi Sky 600 with a non
compatible track system may lead to patient
fall.
WARNING: Installation or modification to
installation shall always be done by
ArjoHuntleigh’s qualified technician.
Installation not complying to all safety rules
coud lead to patient falling.
WARNING: The Maxi Sky 600 lift is intended
to be used for patients whose weight is
within a specified safe working load. Do not
attempt to lift more than the lowest weight
limit indicated on the following:
• the rail system;
• the Maxi Sky 600 lift cassette;
• on the spreader bar;
• on the accessories;
• on the sling.
Overloading any of the listed items may lead
to a rupture and cause a patient fall.
Important Safety Directions
Always ensure that:
• Always perform the recommended daily
maintenance before using the lift. If there is
anything you are not sure about, or if you
notice any changes in the performance of
your lift, contact your local ArjoHuntleigh
agent.
• The product is used by trained staff as per
instruction herein.
WARNING: A clinical assessment of the
patient's suitability for transfer must be
carried out by an health professional.
In certain cases, usage of a lift could affect
patient’s general condition.
•
•
•
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•
*. Last two characters varies according to the manual language.
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•
•
Special consideration is taken with a
patient who is connected to electrodes,
catheters or other medical devices.
Violent impact during transfers is avoided.
The lifting procedures outlined in this
manual are followed.
All controls and safety features are used
only according to the rules specified in this
manual. Never attempt to force a control or
button on the lift.
The charger is not stored in a shower, bath
or other areas with high humidity.
The sling is properly fastened.
Any precautionary or instruction labels that
cannot be easily read are replaced.
Safety Instructions
•
WARNING: ArjoHuntleigh warns of possible
strangulation risks related to the lifting
strap, the hand control cable or the
emergency pull cord, and advises to take
necessary precautions to prevent these.
CAUTION: Keep all components of the lift
clean and dry, and have electrical and
mechanical safety checks done as
instructed in the “Care and Maintenance”
section of this manual.
CAUTION: Excessive exposure of the hand
control to water (or other liquid) could cause
malfunction of the device.
WARNING: Before each use, make sure all
track end stoppers are in place and secured.
Absence of an end stopper could lead to
patient fall.
Please consider that failure to properly dispose of
this equipment and its parts according to local
regulations may constitute an infraction as well as
causing harm to the environment.
Battery and Battery Charger Safety Practices
NOTE: Following the instructions
important for the safe use of the battery.
WARNING: Do not operate the charger unit
with a damaged cord or if the unit has been
dropped or damaged.
Do not bend the power cord by force, or
place a heavy object on it. This will damage
the cord and may cause fire or electrical
shock.
•
•
Shock Prevention
•
•
Do not touch or use a lift with bare
conductors or a damaged power cord.
Electrically live equipment can result in
serious injuries. If the lift or charger has any
exposed or damaged wires, contact your
local ArjoHuntleigh agent immediately.
Do not splash or expose the device to water
or moisture.
Fire and Explosion Prevention
•
•
•
•
Do not place or store the battery under
direct sunlight or near a heat source.
Do not expose the batteries or battery
charger to flames.
Do not use the charger in the presence of
flammable anaesthetic gases.
Do not short circuit the battery terminals.
Human and Environmental Safety Practices
•
•
•
Should the battery casing crack and cause
contents to come in contact with skin or
clothing, rinse immediately with plenty of
water.
If contents come in contact with the eyes,
rinse immediately with plenty of water and
seek medical attention.
Inhalation of the contents can cause
respiratory irritation. Provide fresh air and
medical attention.
is
•
•
•
•
•
Do not expose the battery charger to water.
Do not expose the battery connector to
water.
To avoid bodily injury, do NOT crush,
puncture, open, dismantle or otherwise
mechanically interfere with the battery.
Be careful not to drop the batteries.
Only use the charger that has been
supplied with the equipment.
Do not charge the batteries in an
unventilated area.
The charger must not be covered or
exposed to dust.
Homecare Environment Considerations
WARNING: The Maxi Sky 600 is not intended
to be operated by children.
Serious injuries could occur.
NOTE: Cleaning actions are needed when
the Maxi Sky 600 is near animals. Pet hair
trapped inside the device (through the strap
opening) can reduce the product’s
performance.
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WARNING: This product contains small
parts that might present a chocking hazard
to children if swallowed.
For recycling and disposal of the lift casette
or the batteries, the rules according to the
WEEE directive as well as local laws and
regulations must be followed. If not they
may explode, leak and cause personal
injury. When returning batteries, insulate
their terminals with adhesive tape.
Otherwise, the residual electricity in used
batteries may cause fire or explosion.
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Product Description
Maxi Sky 600 lift and Charger Station for KWIKtrak Rail System
Fig. 2
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Legend
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10
lift cassette
Emergency lowering mechanism
Allen key
KWIKtrak Rail
Charging station
Strap
Spreader bar
Hand Control
Red emergency pull cord
10)
11)
12)
13)
14)
15)
16)
17)
Safety latch
Up button
Down button
Green power light
Emergency switch plastic insert
Yellow charging light
Red maintenance/overload light
Wall-adapted charger
Product Description
Hand Control
Chargers
The Maxi Sky 600 lift’s hand control unit is used
to operate the lift . Each funtion is described in
Fig. 3. The UP and DOWN buttons raise or lower
the spreader bar. With the four-function model,
the LEFT and RIGHT buttons activate a lateral
motor to move the lift along the rail. If you have a
two-function model, the LEFT and RIGHT buttons
will not function, and the lift must be moved
manually.
The Maxi Sky 600 units are equipped with a walladapted charger that can be customized to fit AC
voltage outlets around the world (see Fig. 2).
The PROGRAMMING MODE button allows you to
modify the functions of the lift. Refer to the “Maxi
Sky 600 Ceiling Lift Programming” section for
more information.
Note: Avoid positioning the charger such
that access to the plug is limited making
disconnection difficult.
700-138XX
Hand Control
RIGHT
button
DOWN
button
UP
button
LEFT
RETURN TO
CHARGE
button
button
PROGRAMMING
MODE button
Check the nameplate for input voltage and
frequency requirements. These requirements
differ by country. Do not attempt to use the lift in
an area that has a different voltage and frequency
requirement.
Overheat Protection Device
The Maxi Sky 600 units are equipped with a
safety system to prevent a misuse of the lift. If the
lift is used above the amount specified by the duty
cycle, a heat detection system will block the lifting
of a load until the temperature of the transmission
cools down. In the meantime, it will still be
possible to activate the horizontal displacement
and down functions.
When the overheat protection is engaged, the red
light will stay on during the cooling period. In
addition, a buzzer will sound if the UP button is
pressed. The cooling period is between 10 to 30
minutes depending on ambient conditions.
Battery Information
ECS Rail System
(For Maxi Sky 600 ECS Only)
The Maxi Sky 600 lift is also available for use with
the KWIKtrak Enhanced Charging System (ECS).
This rail system allows the cassette to benefit
from continuous charging wherever it is on the
rail. It eliminates the need to send the unit back to
the charging station after the patient transfer.
With the ECS option, the “return to charge” (RTC)
feature is thus no longer obligatory. However, this
feature can still be used to store the cassette at
the end of the rail, using a preprogrammed
position station (PPP) until the next transfer.
Since the RTC is disabled by default, please refer
to the “Maxi Sky 600 Ceiling Lift Programming”
section of this document for instructions on how
to enable this feature, that for the ECS is called
the “return to home” (RTH) feature.
Batteries life is variable (2-3 years) and is
influenced by: frequency of use, frequency of
charging, temperature of operation / storage and
storage time.
To prolong the batteries life, recharge them
before the Low Battery indicator signal shows up.
To recharge the batteries, place the unit under the
charging station. Check the battery status
indicator to confirm that the batteries are
charging.
NOTE: Batteries will not recharge when the
emergency stop is applied.
NOTE: The unit will not lift or lower when it is
in charging position.
Please see the “How to Use the Maxi Sky 600
Lift” section in this manual.
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Fig. 3
The Maxi Sky 600 uses two 12 volts sealed leadacid batteries. This battery type requires being
fully charged at all time.
Product Description
Accessories
2-Point Spreader Bar
Morgue Carry Bar
4-Point Powered DPS
4-Point Flat DPS
Stretcher Frame
4-Point Manual DPS
Scale North America / Europe (Class III)
Quick Connect Systems
KWIKtrak Exchanger
KWIKtrak Turntable
IR System
KWIKtrak Gate System
Fig. 4
WARNING: Only use compatible accessories supplied by ArjoHuntleigh.
Use of any other brand material may reduce performance of the unit and lead to injury.
Consult accessories' accompanied documents, when available.
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How to use the Maxi Sky 600 Lift
Controls and Features
5) Turn the Allen key counter-clockwise to slowly
lower the patient.
Emergency Lowering
In the unlikely event of an electrical failure, the
Maxi Sky 600 lift has an emergency manual
lowering feature.
CAUTION: The emergency lowering feature
is to be used only in case of emergency.
If the lift malfunctions when a patient is being
transferred, the emergency lowering device
provides a safe way of getting the patient down
onto a chair, bed or wheelchair.
Procedure:
1) Pull the red emergency cord.
Fig. 8
Once the patient is lowered and secure within a
chair, bed or wheelchair, call a qualified
technician to inspect the lift.
Emergency Stop (red cord)
The emergency stop can be activated at any time
to stop the functioning of the lift.
Fig. 5
1) To stop the lift in any emergency, gently pull the
red emergency cord until you hear a “click”
(see Fig. 9 - A). You will notice that the reset
switch’s plastic insert, at the very top of the red
cord, has descended (see Fig. 9 - B). The
green power light has also turned off. You may
also notice that the patient begins to descend
slowly when the emergency stop is activated.
This is normal.
2) Remove the 8 mm Allen key from the top of the
lift.
Fig. 9
Fig. 6
3) Open the small side door to access the
lowering mechanism.
CAUTION: Do not pull the red emergency
cord with excessive force. If the cord is
jerked too hard, the lift may become
inoperable.
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2) To reactivate the lift, push up on the reset
switch’s plastic insert (for units equipped with
infrared hand controls pull the red emergency
cord again). A green light confirms that the
Maxi Sky 600 lift is on and ready for use.
Fig. 7
4) Insert the Allen key deep into the axle.
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How to use the Maxi Sky 600 Lift
Return to Charge (RTC), Return to Home (RTH)
Indicator Lights
The RTC (or for the ECS, the RTH) function is
disabled by default (with the exception of units
equipped with infrared hand controls, whose RTC
function is enabled by default). To activate this
function, please refer to the “Maxi Sky 600 Ceiling
Lift Programming” section in this manual.
The lift and the charging system have many
indicator lights. Refer to following table to
understand their significance for the proper use
and comprehension of the lift.
To engage the RTC function, press on the return
to charge button on the hand control for
3 seconds (1 second for infrared units). The
spreader bar will raise all the way up to avoid any
obstacles during the run. When the lift is at the
charging station, the spreader bar lowers by itself
to the preselected height so as to be easily
accessible.
WARNING: DO NOT make use of the RTC
function where there is a patient in the lift, as
this could cause injuries to the patient.
NOTE: You can stop the return to charge at
any time by pressing any button on the hand
control or pulling on the red emergency
cord.
WARNING: Extra care should be exercised
when transferring a patient that weighs
20 kg (45 lb) or less. The weight detector
within the unit that prevents the RTC from
functioning when a patient is in the lift can
only detect a minimum load of 20 kg (45 lb).
WARNING: Constant surveillance is required
when using the RTC function to prevent the
spreader bar from hit someone / something
along the path.
Emergency Brake
The emergency brake is a safety feature that
blocks the descent in the unlikely event of a
transmission or motor failure.
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WARNING: After an incident has occurred
and the brake was deployed, never attempt
to unlock the brake or press the UP button.
This may disengage the brake and make the
patient fall.
POWER INDICATOR
(Green)
Flashing
Low batteries.
Solid
Lift cassette is on,
ready to use.
BATTERIES STATUS
(Yellow) Flashing
Charging.
Solid
Charged.
MAINTENANCE
(Red)
Flashing
Contact your local ArjoHuntleigh
technician in order to perform the
necessary maintenance inspection.
Solid
Lift is in “service mode” or is
under overheat protection.
CHARGING
Charging
station
indicator
Solid
green
Clip-on charging
station power is on
Solid
red
Problem with charger;
do not use the charger.
Fig. 10
Spreader Bar Attachment
The spreader bar features an attachment which
allows the caregiver to change it in a few steps
without using any tools.
Attaching the Spreader Bar to the Lift
WARNING: Spreader bars must only be
installed by a trained person. Before every
use, always ensure that the strap is properly
attached and that the attachment is secured
with the split ring.
1) Insert the strap end onto the spreader bar
attachment.
2) Insert the clevis pin through the attachement
and the loop at the end of the strap.
3) Secure the clevis pin with the split ring.
The emergency brake is intended for single
activation and therefore can only be used once.
Call your ArjoHuntleigh agent to arrange for the
unit to be replaced.
Note that the emergency lowering device cannot
be used when the emergency brake has
deployed.
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Fig. 11
Clip Sling Applications
Clip Sling Compatibility
This section only applies to model equipped with a DPS spreader bar.
Following is a list of typical ArjoHuntleigh clip slings that are compatible with the Maxi Sky 600 lift.
Four-Pointed Padded
Four-Point Amputee
Four-Point Hygienic
Four Point Non-padded
Four-Pointed Mesh
Fig. 12
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
NOTE: Other sling models are available. Contact your ArjoHuntleigh vendor for more information
about clip slings and how to use them.
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Clip Sling Applications
Slings Selection
The spreader bar that is attached to the
Maxi Sky 600 lift determines what slings can be
used to transfer a patient.
All ArjoHuntleigh four-point clip slings must be
used with a compatible DPS or PDPS.
All slings are color coded for size by having a
different colored edge binding or attachment strap
coloring:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Grey or Teal - Extra Extra Small - XXS
White or Brown - Extra Small - XS
Red - Small - S
Yellow - Medium - M
Green - Large - L
Blue - Extra Large - XL
Terracotta - Extra Extra Large - XXL
ArjoHuntleigh offers the option of a head support for
many of our slings if it is considered necessary for a
particular patient. A range of special purpose slings
are available as accessories. For these or for
special size slings, contact your ArjoHuntleigh
agent.
Note: If ArjoHuntleigh Flites slings
(disposable) are to be used with the
Maxi Sky 600 lift, then always refer to the
separate Flites Instruction for Use in
conjunction with current Instructions for
Use.
Note: ArjoHuntleigh clip attachment slings
with head support have two pockets in the
head section which should contain plastic
reinforcement inserts during use. Always
ensure these reinforcement inserts have
been fitted into the sling pockets before
using the sling.
Operating the DPS
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
The DPS spreader bar is adjusted by raising or
lowering the tilt handle. It will remain in position
after the handle is released.
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Fig. 13
Operating the PDPS
NOTE: The PDPS spreader bar must be used
in
conjunction
with
accompanied
instructions and Instructions herien.
To position the PDPS spreader bar, press;
• the
button to pivot the patient backward,
• the
button to raise the patient upright.
Powered
movement
will continue until the
travel limit has been
reached, or until the
button is released.
The spreader bar will
remain firmly in position
once
powered
movement has ceased.
Fig. 14
CAUTION: If using the powered DPS
spreader bar in a wet environment, do not
immerse it past the touch panel, as it could
adversely affect the spreader bar’s
functions.
Clip Sling Applications
Attaching the Sling to the DPS/PDPS
Insert the clip attachment over the lug.
Secure the clip in place by pulling the sling down
so that the lug is in the top portion of the clip hole.
A
C
B
Transfering Patient Using
Clip Slings
Before using the Maxi Sky 600 ensure that:
• Always carry out the items marked as
“Before every use” in the “Preventive
Maintenance Schedule” before using the lift.
•
Fig. 15
For most residents, the straight attachment of the
leg clips is recommended use (see Fig. 16 ).
Apply the leg clips of the sling onto
the lugs so that they become
positioned vertically.
To avoid the patient swinging excessively
during lifting, the lift strap should be as
vertical as possible, immediately prior lifting.
WARNING: A patient should never be left
unattended during a transfer. Certain safety
features can only be accessed by the
caregiver and patient could get stuck in the
event of a malfunction.
WARNING: This unit must never be operated
by the patient but only by the caregiver.
Patient could get stuck in the event of a
malfunction.
WARNING: Always hold the spreader bar when
near a patient. The spreader bar could hit the
patient resulting in injury.
Fig. 16
Cross the leg pieces of the sling
when attaching them to the lugs.
Fig. 17
Detaching the Sling from the DPS/PDPS
Pull the sling up to release the lock.
Pull sideways to remove the clip attachment from
the lug.
A
B
C
Fig. 18
WARNING: Before raising the patient, always
make sure the sling is not caught on any
obstructions (for instance, the wheelchair
brakes or armrests). Sling catching in such
obstructions could result in patient fall.
WARNING: Always confirm that the sling
remain attached as the weight of the patient
is taken up. A wrongly fixed attachement
could detach resulting in patient fall.
WARNING: Make sure that the spreader bar
is correctly attached to the lift. An unsecured
spreader bar attachement may lead to
patient fall.
WARNING: Make sure the intended route of
travel is clear to prevent the patient from
bumping any obstruction.
CAUTION: Do not attempt to pull the cassette
along the rail using the hand control cable.
This will damage the cable and eventually
ruin the function of the hand control.
NOTE: To ensure maximum patient comfort,
do not allow the patient to hold onto the
spreader bar.
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001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
If the resident is prone to kicking off the leg clip,
the crossed attachment of the leg clips shall be
applied, which will prohibit the clip from being
kicked off (see Fig. 17).
Clip Sling Applications
Lifting Patient from a Seated Position
1) Place the sling around the patient so that the
base of the sling sits slightly below the tail
bone.
A MaxiSlide® or MaxiTube® positioning aid can
be used to assist with placement of the sling.
2) Ensure that the head support area of the sling
is behind the head covering it.
Fig. 21
7) Turn the patient to face the direction of travel,
and keep at a normal chair height.
8) Proceed with the transfer.
9) Support the patient to stop excessive swinging
and to give a feeling of added security.
Fig. 19
3) Pull each leg strap under the thigh so that it
emerges on the inside of the thigh.
4) Approach the patient with the lift, ensure that:
• The spreader bar is in sitting position.
• The wide part of the spreader bar is at or
just below shoulder level.
• The spreader bar is close enough to be
able to connect the shoulder strap clips of
the sling to the frame.
5) Connect the shoulder strap clips, then tilt the
frame and attach the leg sections. If necessary,
lower the spreader bar a little further, being
careful not to lower it onto the patient.
Fig. 22
Lowering Patient to a Seated Position
1) Once the patient has arrived at destination,
reposition the patient according to the
destination position.
2) Lower the patient down onto the new location
by making small adjustments during the
descent.
3) When the patient’s body weight is fully
supported, detach the connections clips.
4) Move the lift away from the patient.
5) Remove the sling from under the patient.
Fig. 20
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
6) Raise the patient using the hand control,
positioning him comfortably to a semi-reclined
position for the transfer. The patient should not
be lifted above the caregiver’s eye level.
Fig. 23
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Clip Sling Applications
Lifting Patient from a Supine Position
When lifting patient from a bed, make sure the
bed is in correct working height before you start.
6) Lower the spreader bar taking care not to
lower the frame onto the patient.
7) Connect the sling shoulder.
WARNING: Make sure that the bed safety
side is installed to prevent the patient from
falling.
1) Roll the patient onto their side.
2) Fold the sling in half and place it on the bed,
land marking it, along the back of the patient so
that the base of his spine is aligned with the
base of the sling, making sure the sling
extends to the top of the patient’s head.
Fig. 27
8) Tilt the frame until connection of the leg strap
clips is possible. The straps must be brought
under the thighs. This may involve lifting one
leg at a time, and may mean lowering the
frame a little more.
Fig. 24
3) Roll the patient back onto the sling and then
slightly further in the opposite direction, so that
the folded part of the sling can be unfolded.
Fig. 28
9) Raise the patient using the hand control,
positioning him comfortably to a semi-reclined
position for the transfer. The patient should not
be lifted above the caregiver’s eye-level.
Fig. 25
4) If possible, slightly raise the head of the bed.
5) 5) Approach the patient with the lift, and ensure
that:
• The spreader bar is in reclined position.
• The spreader bar is close enough to be
able to connect the shoulder strap clips of
the sling to the frame.
Fig. 29
10) Turn the patient to face the direction of travel,
and keep at a normal chair height.
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
11) Proceed with the transfer.
Fig. 26
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Clip Sling Applications
Lowering Patient to a Supine Position
1) Once the patient has arrived at destination
reposition the patient according to the
destination position.
2) Lower the patient down onto the new location
by making small adjustments during the
descent so that the patient is always in the best
comfortable position.
3) When the patient’s body weight is fully
supported, detach the connections clips.
4) Move the lift away from the patient.
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
5) Remove the sling from under the patient.
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Loop Sling Applications
Loop Sling Compatibility
This section only applies to model equipped with the 2-point spreader bar.
Following is a list of typical ArjoHuntleigh loop slings that are compatible with the Maxi Sky 600 lift.
Hammock sling
Hammock 6 sling
Hygienic sling
Combi sling
Quick Fit sling
Walking sling
Limb sling
4-point Padded Sling
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
4-Point Toilleting Sling
Soft Stretcher
Repositioning sling
Fig. 30
NOTE: Other sling models are available. Please refer to your local ArjoHuntleigh agent for ordering.
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Loop Sling Applications
Slings Selection
Positioning the Patient
The spreader bar that is attached to the
Maxi Sky 600 lift determines what slings can be
used to transfer a patient.
The specific sling loops chosen determine the
position of the patient. Different loop
combinations can be used to allow the patient to
be lifted and transferred in positions ranging from
semi-reclined to seated.
Loop slings must be used with the 2-point
spreader bar.
All slings are color coded for size by having a
different colored edge binding or attachment strap
coloring:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Grey or Teal - Extra Extra Small - XXS
White or Brown - Extra Small - XS
Red - Small - S
Yellow - Medium - M
Green - Large - L
Blue - Extra Large - XL
Terracotta - Extra Extra Large - XXL
The correct size sling will be able to support the
patient’s shoulders during the transferring
procedure.
ArjoHuntleigh offers the option of a head support for
many of our slings if it is considered necessary for a
particular patient. A range of special purpose slings
are available as accessories. For these or for
special size slings, contact your ArjoHuntleigh
agent.
Note: If ArjoHuntleigh Flites slings
(disposable) are to be used with the
Maxi Sky 600 lift, then always refer to the
separate Flites Instruction for Use in
conjunction with current Instructions for
Use.
Attaching the Sling to the
Spreader Bar
Place the attachment loops onto the hooks.
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
Make sure the loops are positioned correctly and
that the latches are closing the hooks as shown
below.
Fig. 31
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BODY POSITION ACCORDING TO
SELECTION OF LOOP STRAPS
SHOULDERS
SHOULDERS
LEGS
HIPS*
3
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
LEGS
*Hip loops only available on THA6i model
NOTE: Slings with more loops
additional alternative positions.
allow
Loop Sling Applications
Attachement Methods
Once the loop sling has been fitted around the
patient, it can be configured in three ways. With
each of the three methods described below, it is
necessary to first connect each shoulder loop of
the sling to both sides of the spreader bar.
WARNING: Method 2 might not be suitable
for confused, combative or erratic patients
as they can fall forward and get injured.
Attachments Points
Method 3 - Abduction
(Legs opened with non-crossing straps)
The attachment point designation shown here are
only for the purpose of the explanations below.
In this method, legs are held in abduction which is
convenient for toileting and hygiene care.
Fig. 32
Method 1 - Cross-through
(Legs closed with crossing straps)
This method is recommended for most general
transfer.
Fig. 35
WARNING: Method 3 might not be suitable
for patients with no upper body control as
they can slide down and almost out of the
sling.
Fig. 33
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
Method 2 - Hammock
(Bridge, legs closed)
This method can provide a comfortable cradle for
amputee patient.
It is also a useful method for patients with
contractures, making it difficult to bring a sling
strap between the legs.
Fig. 34
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Loop Sling Applications
Transfering Patient Using
Loop Slings
Before using the Maxi Sky 600 ensure that:
• Always carry out the items marked as
“Before every use” in the “Preventive
Maintenance Schedule” before using the lift.
• To avoid the patient swinging excessively
during lifting, the lift strap should be as
vertical as possible, immediately prior to the
lift.
Lifting Patient from a Seated Position
1) Place the sling around the patient so that the
base of the sling sits slightly below the tail
bone. A MaxiSlide® or MaxiTube® positioning
aid can be used to assist with placement of the
sling.
WARNING: A patient should never be left
unattended during a transfer. Certain safety
features can only be accessed by the
caregiver and patient could get stuck in the
event of a malfunction.
Fig. 36
WARNING: This unit must never be operated
by the patient but only by the caregiver.
Patient could get stuck in the event of a
malfunction.
2) Ensure that the head support area of the sling
is behind the head covering it.
3) Pull each leg strap under the thigh so that it
emerges on the inside of the thigh.
WARNING: Always hold the spreader bar when
near a patient. The spreader bar could hit the
patient resulting in injury.
WARNING: Before raising the patient, always
make sure the sling is not caught on any
obstructions (for instance, the wheelchair
brakes or armrests). Sling catching in such
obstructions could result in patient fall.
WARNING: Always confirm that the sling
remain attached as the weight of the patient is
gradually taken up. A wrongly fastened
attachement could detach resulting in patient
fall.
Fig. 37
4) Approach the patient with the lift, ensure that:
•
•
WARNING: Make sure that the spreader bar is
correctly attached to the lift. An unsecured
spreader bar attachement may lead to patient
fall.
The spreader bar is at or just below
shoulder level.
The spreader bar is close enough to be
able to fix all the sling loops onto the
spreader bar hooks.
5) Connect the shoulder loops, and then the leg
section using one of the three methods
previously described.
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
WARNING: Make sure the intended route of
travel is clear to prevent the patient from
bumping any obstruction.
CAUTION: Do not attempt to pull the
cassette along the rail using the hand
control cable. This will damage the cable
and eventually ruin the function of the hand
control.
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Fig. 38
Loop Sling Applications
6) If necessary, lower the spreader bar a little
further.
7) Raise the patient.
8) Turn the patient to face the direction of travel,
and keep at a normal chair height.
9) Proceed with the transfer.
7) Raise the patient.
8) Turn the patient to face the direction of travel,
and keep at a normal chair height.
9) Proceed with the transfer.
Lowering Patient to a Supine Position
Lowering Patient to a Seated Position
1) Once arrived at destination lower the patient
down onto the new location.
1) Once arrived at destination, lower the patient
down onto the new location.
2) When the patient’s body weight is fully
supported, detach the sling.
2) When the patient’s body weight is fully
supported, detach the sling.
3) Move the lift away from the patient.
4) Remove the sling from under the patient.
3) Move the lift away from the patient.
4) Remove the sling from under the patient.
Lifting Patient from a Supine Position
When lifting patient from a bed, make sure the
bed is in correct working height before you
start.
WARNING: Make sure that the bed safety
side is installed to prevent the patient from
falling.
Using Stretcher Frames and
Stretchers
If any of the ArjoHuntleigh patient stretcher
frames and stretchers are to be used with the
Maxi Sky 600 lift, always refer to the separate
relevant stretcher frame and stretcher operating
instructions supplements before use.
1) Roll the patient onto their side.
2) Fold the sling in half and place on the bed land
marking it, along the back of the patient so that
the base of his spine is aligned with the base
of the sling, making sure the sling extends to
the top of the patient’s head.
Fig. 39
3) Roll the patient back onto the sling and then
slightly further in the opposite direction, so that
the folded part of the sling can be unfolded.
4) If possible, slightly raise the head of the bed.
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
5) Approach the patient with the lift. Ensure that
the spreader bar is close enough to be able to
fix all the sling loops onto the spreader bar
hooks.
6) Connect the shoulder loops, and then the leg
section using one of the three methods
previously described.
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Use of Accessories
How to Use the Exchanger
How to Use the Turntable
Note: Following section applies only for KWIKtrak
Rail System.
Note: Following section applies only for KWIKtrak
Rail System.
An exchanger allows the Maxi Sky 600 unit
access from one care area to another. Make sure
that the lift is on by checking that green power
indicator is lit.
Turntables enable the lift to change route in a
multi-directional rail system. Make sure that the
lift is on by checking that the green power
indicator is lit.
Move the lift to the activation station and release
the button on the hand control. Listen for a beep,
then wait while the exchanger changes the path
(see Fig. 40).
Move the lift to the activation station and release
the button on the hand control. Listen for a beep,
then wait while the turntable changes the path
(see Fig. 43).
Activation
station
Turntable
Exchanger
Activation
station
Fig. 40
Move the lift through the exchanger (see Fig. 41).
Fig. 43
Move the lift out from the turntable.
If the turntable fails to operate automatically, or if
there is an emergency situation, manually engage
the quick-release located underneath the
turntable (see Fig. 44). While holding it in the
open position, turn the plate over to the new
location, being careful not to place your hand or
fingers in the path of the rotating plate.
Fig. 41
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
If the exchanger fails to operate automatically, or
if there is an emergency situation, manually
engage the quick-release located underneath the
exchanger (see Fig. 42). While holding it in the
open position, slide the plate over to the new
location, being careful not to place your hand or
fingers in the path of the sliding plate.
Fig. 42
Release the quick-release button and move the
lift through the exchanger.
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Fig. 44
Release the quick-release button and move the
lift through the turntable.
Use of Accessories
How to Use the Gate
The Gate is a security device which blocks the
access between an X-Y rail system and a fixed
rail system to prevent the lift from falling out of the
rail when these two systems are not aligned.
When the lift has passed the deactivation station,
the Gate will release, permitting the traversal rail
to move in the Y-axis.
Exiting the Gate
Move the lift in the X-axis to the extremity of the
traversal rail in which the Gate is installed on the
side of the traversal rail. The lift will be
automatically in contact with the activation station.
Fig. 48
Using the PPP Function
(Pre-Programmed Positions)
Note: This function can only be activated by
a qualified technician.
Fig. 45
Move both, the lift and the traversal rail in the Yaxis, to align the traversal rail with the oncoming
rail. This action will be detected by the Gate,
locking the two rails together, permitting the lift to
pass through.
1) Using the pre-programmed positions allows the
unit to detect stations (positions) located along
the rail path. The unit will go to the indicated
position by using the hand control.
2) To do so, indicate to the unit the desired
position to go. For an example, to go to the
third station push three times on the PROG
button followed by the direction (LEFT or RIGHT
buttons).
Then the unit goes by itself to the requested station
and stay on hold.
Fig. 46
NOTE: The traversal rail will remain in the locked
position, in order to release the traversal rail refer
to the “Entering the Gate” section.
If the position you asked for is not correct, you may
stop the lift at any time by pressing any button on
the hand control. From this position, reprogram the
lift to the new desired position. Count the number of
stations from where you are and indicate the
direction to go.
Entering the Gate
When entering the X-Y system from the oncoming
rail, the traversal rail will be in place. Pass the lift
through the Gate.
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
Fig. 47
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Maxi Sky 600 Ceiling Lift Programming
Entering the Programming Mode
Speed Adjustment
Final Steps
To select
another feature
Moving
speed of
10 cm/s
Moving
speed of
15 cm/s
Exit programming
mode
Moving
speed of
20 cm/s
(factory
default)
Moving
speed of
25 cm/s
Fig. 49
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
Changing the Speed of Movement

Turn the lift off by pulling on the red cord. The green LED will turn off.

Press the PROG button on the hand control. At the same time, push up on the plastic insert switch
(for units with infrared hand controls, pull the red emergency cord again). The green light will flash,
and you will hear three beeps.

The red LED will then illuminate. You can now release the PROG button.

Press once the UP button (you will hear one beep) for speed adjustment feature.

Now press the PROG button to confirm the selection.

Using the LEFT button, select one of four predetermined speeds.

Now press the PROG button to confirm the selected speed.

Press UP to continue within the programming mode, or to return to regular mode, pull on the red cord,
then push up on the plastic insert switch (for units with infrared hand controls, pull the red emergency
cord again).
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Maxi Sky 600 Ceiling Lift Programming
Entering the Programming Mode
Spreader Bar Height
Adjustment
Final Steps
To select
another feature
Exit programming
mode
Fig. 50
Adjusting the Spreader Bar Height


Turn the lift off by pulling on the red cord. The green LED will turn off.




The red LED will then illuminate. You can now release the PROG button.


Now press the PROG button to confirm the selected height.
Press the PROG button on the hand control. At the same time, turn on the lift by pushing up on the
plastic insert at the top of the red cord (for units with infrared hand controls, pull the red emergency
cord again). The green light will flash, and you will hear three beeps.
Press twice the UP button (you will hear two beeps)to change the spreader bar height.
Now press the PROG button to confirm the selection.
Press UP to continue within the programming mode, or to return to regular mode, pull on the red cord
to turn the unit off, then push up on the plastic insert to turn it on (for units with infrared hand controls,
pull the red emergency cord again).
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The strap will begin winding up. Once it is completely wound, press the UP and DOWN buttons to set
the height the spreader bar’s rises to once it is sent to the charging station.
Maxi Sky 600 Ceiling Lift Programming
Entering the Programming Mode
Set Return toCharge
Option
Final Steps
To select
another feature
Return to
the last
charging
station
travelled
Disable
(factory
default)
Exit programming
mode
Enable
left
Enable
right
Fig. 51
Enable/Disable Return to Charge (RTC)
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14








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Turn the lift off by pulling on the red cord. The green LED will turn off.
Press the PROG button on the hand control. At the same time, push up on the plastic insert switch
(for units with infrared hand controls, pull the red emergency cord again). The green light will flash,
and you will hear three beeps.
The red LED will then illuminate. You can now release the PROG button.
Press three times on the UP button (you will hear three beeps) to enable/disable the RTC.
Now press the PROG button to confirm the selection.
Using the left button, select one of the four predetermined selection.
Now press the PROG button to confirm the selected return to charge.
Press UP to continue within the programming mode, or to return to regular mode, pull on the red cord,
then push up on the plastic insert switch (for units with infrared hand controls, pull the red emergency
cord again).
Care and Maintenance
Preventive Maintenance Schedule
The equipment is subjected to wear and tear, and the following maintenance instructions must be acted
upon when specified to ensure that the equipment remains within its original manufacturing specifications.
Care and maintenance must be carried out in accordance with the preventive maintenance schedule
below.
WARNING: The maintenance described in the following checklist is the minimum that the
manufacturer recommends. In some cases more frequent inspections should be carried out.
Continuing to use this equipment without conducting regular inspections or when a fault is
found will seriously compromise the safety of the user and of the patient. Service and
preventative maintenance can be arranged with the manufacturer. Preventive maintenance
specified in this manual can prevent accidents and reduce repair costs.
WARNING: Safety related maintenance and authorized service must be carried out by qualified
personnel, fully trained in servicing procedures by ArjoHuntleigh, and equipped with correct
tools and proper documentation including Parts List and Service Manual. Failure to meet these
requirements could result in personal injuries and/or unsafe equipment.
User Inspections
FREQUENCY
Initially
Before
every use
Inspect for evidence of external
damage, missing parts or broken
panels.
X
X
Make sure that end stoppers and rail
caps are in place and tightened.
X
X
Inspect strap for wear, discoloration or
loose threads.
X
Recharge batteries.
X
Every
four
months or
1000
cycles
Inspect wheels in rail for damage, rust
or cracks.
Replace if damaged.
Clean the rail and the clip-on charging
station contacts.
Every
year or
2500
cycles
Every two
years or
5000
cycles
X
X
Overall inspection by authorized
personnel.
X
Verify emergency stop cord.
X
Verify emergency lowering device.
X
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Inspections for lift cassette
and rail system
Every two
months or
500
cycles
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Care and Maintenance
FREQUENCY
Inspections for spreader bar
and slings
Initially
Inspect all sling parts (attachments,
fabric, stitch areas and strap) for signs
of wear, discoloration, deterioration or
loose threads.
Before
every use
Every two
months or
500
cycles
Every four
months or
1000
cycles
Every
year or
2500
cycles
Every two
years or
5000
cycles
X
Clean sling as indicated on the tag.
When necessary
Inspect the spreader bar on the strap
of the lift for damage or cracks. Make
sure all attachments are properly
secured (e.g. split ring).
X
X
Inspections by an Authorized Service Technician
FREQUENCY
Inspection for lift cassette
Initially
Before
every use
Every two
months or
500
cycles
Every
four
months
or 1000
cycles
Every
year or
2500
cycles
Replace strap.
X
X
Inspect gears for wear and lubricate as
necessary.
X
Inspect connecting joints for proper
attachment (trolley and spreader bar).
X
Verify that the emergency brake on the
drum is turning freely.
X
Verify the emergency brake.
X
Verify emergency lowering mechanism.
X
Verify alternative up and down buttons
on cassette.
X
Load test with the SWL (safe working
load).
X
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Inspect frame parts interlock and
hardware for malfunction and make sure
there are no parts missing.
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Every two
years or
5000
cycles
Care and Maintenance
FREQUENCY
Inspections for KWIKtrak* rails
Initially
Before
every use
Every two
months or
500
cycles
Every
four
months
or 1000
cycles
Every
year or
2500
cycles
Torque end stoppers to 20 N. m. (15
lbf.ft).
X
X
Make sure that the bracket locking
device is not visible.
X
X
Make sure rail joints are closed and that
the spring pins are centered.
X
X
Make sure the rail is straight when it is
not loaded.
X
X
Make sure the adjusted load setting of
the lift is equal or lower than the safe
working load of the installation.
X
X
Check that the accessories (turntable
and exchanger) are complete and
correctly
maintained.
X
X
Make sure that the attachments (ceiling
brackets, wall post, wall brackets) have
not been displaced.
X
X
Inspect rail end stoppers. Inspect and
tighten hardware (if necessary).
X
Load test with the SWL (safe working
load) recommended.
X
Every two
years or
5000
cycles
*. For rail system other than KWIKtrak, refer to the manufacturer instructions of the rail system.
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
NOTE: If the product does not work as intended, immediately contact your local ArjoHuntleigh
agent for support.
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Care and Maintenance
Cleaning the Lift
Maxi Sky 600’s Special Areas to Clean
NOTE: It is recommended to clean the lift
and its accessories between each patient
use.
Emergency cord
end plastic knob
Removing visible residues:
1) Use a cloth soaked with water.
Hand control
back and handle
2) Remove visible residues from the lift and its
accessories from top to buttom.
Cleaning:
1) To clean the
Maxi Sky 600 and its
accessories, spray cleaning fluid on the
product, and use a brush (to remove any
deposits).
Hand control
edge
2) Use a clean damped cloth with clear water to
wipe off all spots of cleaning fluids.
Joint between
spreader bar and strap
Latch
3) If cleaning fluid cannot be removed on some
hard-to-access parts, spray water on the
affected part and wipe off with disposable
towels/cloth. Repeat until all of the cleaning
fluid has been removed.
Spreader bar, frame
and/or padding
4) Repeat steps 1 to 3 as necessary.
5) Let the parts dry.
Fig. 52
NOTE: Pay special attention to areas
pointed in Fig. 52. These are most likely to
enclose germs. Use a smaller brush and/or
cotton swab to reach them.
CAUTION: Do not drench the product, as
this could damage electrical components
and cause internal corrosion.
If a hot air dryer is used to dry the lift, the
temperature must not exceed 80°C (176 °F).
Do not use petroleum-based solvents, as
this may damage plastic parts.
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
To ensure a better rolling surface for the trolley
wheels, clean the inside of the rail every 4
months. To do so, insert a damp cloth in the
opening and slide it from one end of the rail to the
other.
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Stitching or
padding
WARNING: To avoid eye and skin injuries,
cleaning and disinfection products must be
used in accordance with the instructions.
Wear the appropriate eye, hand and clothing
protection at all times when handling
disinfectants.
.
Care and Maintenance
Strap Inspection
Battery Replacement
If the strap is damaged or shows signs of wear or
discoloration, the acceptable load on the strap
before rupture can drop rapidly and present a
danger for the patient or caregiver. ArjoHuntleigh
recommends a thorough inspection of the straps
every 2 months as follows:
To replace batteries,
ArjoHuntleigh agent.
2) Look for any signs of wear or discoloration
(see Fig. 53).
Loose threads in stitched
areas
Noticeable discoloration
(strap color is lighter
than color in the stitched area)
Edge wear (fraying)
Middle wear
Fig. 53
WARNING: If there is any sign of wear as
indicated above or any other visual defects,
the strap must be changed.
Using the lift without changing a damaged
strap may affect the safety of the caregiver
or patient.
NOTE: The manufacturer recommends
changing the strap at least every two years.
Handling and Storage
Avoid violent impacts while transporting the lift.
The lift should not remain stored for long periods
of time without recharging the batteries.
NOTE: Even if the lift is not used,
ArjoHuntleigh recommends charging the
batteries at least every two weeks to prevent
premature aging of batteries.
If you store or ship the Maxi Sky 600 cassette,
ensure that the power is turned off (green light)
beforehand.
your
local
Sling Inspection and Care
For maximum patient safety and hygiene, read
the following instructions:
Regular Inspections
It is essential that the slings, their straps, loops
and attachment clips are carefully inspected
before each and every use. If the slings, loops or
straps are frayed, or the clips damaged, the sling
should be withdrawn from use immediately and
replaced.
Sling Laundering
WARNING: The slings should be checked
before and after use and, if necessary,
washed according to instructions on the
sling. This is especially important when
using the same equipment for another
patient. This minimizes the risk of cross
infection.
Before washing the slings equipped with head
support pockets, always remove the plastic
reinforcement inserts. Always refit the inserts
before reusing the sling.
Mechanical pressure should be avoided during
the washing and drying procedure (e.g. rolling or
pressing), as these can damage parts vital to the
safe and comfortable operation of the sling.
NOTE: With regard to laundering, slings
should not be classified as linen, but as an
accessory to a patient transfer lifting and
therefore classified as a medical device.
Slings should be cleaned and disinfected
only in strict accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
Annual Inspection
As a minimum requirement, the Maxi Sky 600 lift
and its accessories must be inspected annually
by ArjoHuntleigh's technical service.
WARNING: Failure to perform regular
inspections may put patient/caregiver at risk
due to reduced performance of the unit.
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001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
1) Completely unwind the strap.
contact
Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
The red “service” light is on and flashing.
TO CHECK
•
•
The red light is solid.
The unit starts and stops repetitively.
The lift cassette emits a beep during
utilization. The unit may stop lifting but
the lowering function can still be used.
The charger indicator (yellow) on the lift
cassette does not light up when the lift is
on the charger.
When returning to charge, the lift
cassette passes the clip on the charging
station, or goes in the wrong direction.
•
•
Batteries are low. Return the lift cassette to the
charging station.
•
Check that the charger is plugged into a standard
outlet, and that the outlet has power. The green light
on the clip-on charging station indicates that it is
functioning.
Clean the contact blades of the charging station with
mild detergent. Pass the lift cassette through the
charging station manually once, then retry the return
to charger function.
Verify the function of the lift charger and the contact
plates on the clip-on charging station.
Replace batteries with new ones. The life of the
current batteries could be almost finished. It is
important to always change both batteries at the
same time. Contact your local ArjoHuntleigh agent to
have the batteries replaced.
•
•
Batteries are always dead after only a
few transfers (3 to 5).
The yellow light on the unit is solid, yet
the lift cassette will only perform one or
two transfers.
The yellow light on the unit is solid, yet
the lift will only work when there is no one
on the lift. When you try to transfer
someone, the lift stops.
•
•
Contact your local ArjoHuntleigh agent to have
batteries replaced.
•
Contact your local ArjoHuntleigh agent to have the
batteries replaced.
•
If the charging station light is on, move the lift away
from the charging station in order to operate the lift.
If the emergency stop is activated, gently push up on
the reset switch plastic insert to turn the unit back on
(for units with infrared hand controls, pull the red
emergency cord again).
Check if the buttons on the lift cassette are working. If
so, the problem may be coming from the hand control.
If not, check the charge on the lift.
Slide the lift over the clip-on charging station. Verify if
the yellow light turns on.
If, after testing all of the above, the lift will not operate,
contact your local ArjoHuntleigh agent.
If available, try another integrated clip-on charging
station from another lift, or a spare one; clip it to the
rail and charge the unit for 3 hours. If the yellow light
is still flashing, contact your local ArjoHuntleigh agent.
If, after testing all of the above, the lift will not operate,
contact your local ArjoHuntleigh agent.
The charger either plugged in properly to an electrical
outlet or is not working properly. Contact your local
ArjoHuntleigh agent.
•
The lift does not work when you press
the buttons on the hand control.
•
•
•
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
•
The charging light on the lift cassette
continues flashing yellow and the light
does not turn solid even after recharging
the unit overnight.
When you press the button to return the
lift to its charger (4-way motor only), the
lift goes past the charger.
36
Contact your local ArjoHuntleigh agent to do
maintenance.
The lift cassette is under its overheat protection. Wait
between 10 to 30 minutes until the red light turns off
and press on the “UP” button to use the lift cassette
again.
If the load is over a safe working load, the unit will not
work due to the overload protection on the motor.
•
•
Troubleshooting
TO CHECK
•
ECS: Cassette LED battery indicator
does not light up.
•
•
•
•
Push on the red cord plastic insert to turn the cassette
on (for units with infrared hand controls, pull the red
emergency cord).
Verify that the electrical outlet has power.
Verify that the charger is connected to the ECS cable
adaptor on the fixed rail.
Verify that all extensions used are connected.
Contact your local ArjoHuntleigh agent.
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
PROBLEM
37
Labels on the Lift
8
1) Maximum capacity/Service telephone number
2) Date of manufacture, serial number, product code/
Manufacturer identification
3) Product name
4) Travel direction indicators
5) Emergency lowering system access identification
6) Emergency stop identification
7) SWL label
8) Charger Information
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
Fig. 54
38
Technical Specifications
PRODUCT INFORMATION
Maxi Sky 600
Weight, complete (Four-function model) 12.7 kg (28 lb)
Weight, complete (Two-function model) 11.4 kg (25 lb)
Lifting capacity
Strap length
Lifting speed
Maximum stroke (from ceiling)
Horizontal displacement speeds
200 kg (440 lb), 272 kg (600 lb)
2300 mm (90.6 in)
6.0 cm/s (2.4 in/s) without load)
3.5 cm/s (1.4 in/s) at 200 kg (440 lb)
2300 mm (90.6 in)
10, 15, 20 and 25 cm/s. Speed is 20 cm/s (7.9 in/s) by default
Horizontal axis motor 24 VDC, 62 watts
Vertical axis motor
Operating force of control
24 VDC, 110 watts
<5N
ELECTRICAL
Duty cycle
Rating
Noise level for either raising or
lowering, with or without load
Medical equipment
Max 10% (6 min./hour), 1 minute continuously
24 VDC, 15 A max.
61 dBA max.
Type BF protection against electrical shock in accordance with IEC 60601-1
The Maxi Sky 600 is compliant with CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 601.1 (SUP1+AM2), UL 60601 1, CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.
60601-1-08, ANSI/AAMI ES60601-1: 2005 and ISO 10535: 2006.
WARNING: Wireless communications equipment such as wireless home network devices, mobile phones,
cordless telephones and their base stations, walkie-talkies, etc. can affect the Maxi Sky 600 and should be
kept at least 2.3 m away from it. Cables from potentially strong sources of electromagnetic fields should
not be placed near the unit.
Battery type Sealed rechargeable valve regulated lead acid battery
Rating: 2 x 12 V (series connected 24 V total), 5 Ah
Battery capacity
Provides up to 120 transfers with a load of 100 kg (220 lb), up to 70
transfers with a load of 200 kg (440 lb)
Degree of protection - hand control IPX7
Degree of protection - Maxi Sky 600
IP21
Lift - protection class - shock prevention Internally powered equipment
Battery Charger input
Battery Charger output
Battery Charger safety protection
100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz, 57 - 70 VA or 100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz, 50 VA
(see charger labeling)
28.1 VDC, 1 A max, 28.1 VA or 24 VDC, 1 A max, 24 VA
(see charger labeling)
Class 2, double insulated
OPERATION AND STORAGE CONDITIONS
Ambient temperature range Operation: 5 to 40 °C
Storage: -25 to + 70°C
Relative humidity range
Atmospheric pressure range
Operation: 15% to 93%
Storage: < 94%, non-condensing
Operation: 700 hPa to 1060 hPa (2000 m Max)
Storage: 500 hPa to 1060 hPa
RECYCLING
Battery Sealed lead-acid, rechargeable, recyclable
Package
The lift
Cardboard recyclable
Separated and recycled, according to the European Directive 2002/96/EG (WEEE).
39
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
WARNING: This equipment is not suitable in the presence of flammable anesthetic mixtures with air or
oxygen, or with nitrous oxide.
Technical Specifications
Lift Dimensions
*
*
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
Fig. 55
40
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Electromagnetic Compliance
The Maxi Sky 600 has been tested for compliance with current regulatory standards regarding its capacity
to block EMI (electromagnetic interference) from external sources.
Nonetheless, some procedures can help reduce electromagnetic interferences:
• Use only ArjoHuntleigh cables and spare parts to avoid increased emissions or decreased immunity
which can compromise the correct functioning of the equipment.
• Ensure that other devices in patient-monitoring and/or life-support areas comply to accepted
emissions standards.
• Maximize the distance between electro-medical devices. High-powered devices may produce EMI
that can affect the lift. Refer to separation distance table further on in this document.
For more information on how to manage the unit’s RF electromagnetic environment, please consult the
AMI TIR 18-1997 - Guidance on Electromagnetic Compatibility of Medical Devices for Clinical/Biomedical
Engineers.
Electromagnetic Emissions
Guidance and Manufacturer’s Declaration Electromagnetic Emissions - For all Equipment and Systems
The Maxi Sky 600 is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment indicated below. The
customer or the user of the Maxi Sky 600 should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Compliance
Electromagnetic environment - guidance
RF emissions
CISPR 11
Group 1
The Maxi Sky 600 uses RF energy only for its internal
function. Therefore, its RF emissions are very low and are
not likely to cause any interference in nearby electronic
equipment.
RF emissions
CISPR 11
Class B
Harmonic
emissions
Not applicable
Voltage
fluctuations/flicker
emissions
IEC 61000-3-3
Not applicable
The Maxi Sky 600 is suitable for use in all establishments,
including domestic establishments and those directly
connected to the public low-voltage power supply network
that supplies buildings used for domestic purposes.
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
Emissions test
41
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Electromagnetic Immunity
Guidance and Manufacturer’s Declaration Electromagnetic Immunity - For all Equipment and Systems
The Maxi Sky 600 is intended for use in electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or
the user of the Maxi Sky 600 should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Immunity test
Electrostatic
discharge (ESD)
IEC 60601 test level
Compliance level
±6 kV contact
±15 kV air
Floors should be wood,
concrete or ceramic tile. If
floors are covered with
synthetic material, the relative
humidity should be at least
30%.
±2 kV for power supply
lines
±1 kV for input/output
lines
Not applicable
Mains power quality should
be that of a typical
commercial or hospital
environment.
±1 kV differential mode
±2 kV for input/output
Not applicable
±6 kV contact
±8 kV air
IEC 61000-4-2
Electrical fast
transient/burst
IEC 61000-4-5
Electromagnetic
environment - guidance
Surge
IEC 61000-4-5
<5% UT
(>95% dip in UT) for 0.5
cycle
Voltage dips,
short
interruptions and
voltage variations
on power supply
input lines
40% UT
(60% dip in UT) for 5
cycles
Not applicable
70% UT
(30% dip in UT) for 25
cycles
IEC 61000-4-11
<5% UT
(>95% dip in UT) for 5
sec.
Power frequency
(50/60 Hz)
magnetic field
3 A/m
3 A/m
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
NOTE: UT is the AC mains voltage prior to application of the test level.
42
Power frequency magnetic
fields should be at levels
characteristic of a typical
location in a typical
commercials or hospital
environment.
Electromagnetic Compatibility
(continued)
Guidance and Manufacturer’s Declaration Electromagnetic Immunity - For Equipment and Systems that are Not Life-Supporting
Immunity test
IEC 60601
test level
Compliance
level
Electromagnetic environment - guidance
Portable and mobile RF communications equipment should
be used no closer to any part of the Maxi Sky 600, including
cables, than the recommended separation distance calculated
from the equation applicable to the frequency of the
transmitter.
Conducted RF
IEC 61000-4-6
Radiated RF
IEC 61000-4-3
3 Vrms
150 kHz to
80 Mhz
3 V/m
80 MHz to
2.5 GHz
Not
applicable
10 V/m
80 MHz to 2.5
GHz
Recommended separation distance
3.5
d = ------V1
P
3.5
d = ------10
P
7
d = -----10
P
80 MHz to 800 MHz
800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
where P is the maximum output power rating of the transmitter
in watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer and d is
the recommended separation distance in meters.
Field strengths from fixed RF transmitters, as determined by
an electromagnetic site survey, (a) should be less than the
compliance level in each frequency range. (b)
Interference may occur in the vicinity of equipment marked
with the following symbol:
NOTE 1: At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2: Theses guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation if affected by absorption
and reflection from structures, objects and people.
(a) Field strengths from fixed transmitters, such as base stations for radio (cellular/cordless) telephones and land
mobile radios, amateur radio, AM and FM radio broadcast and TV broadcast cannot be predicted theoretically
with accuracy. To assess the electromagnetic environment due to fixed RF transmitters, an electromagnetic site
survey should be considered. If the measured field strength in the location in which the Maxi Sky 600 is used
exceeds the applicable RF compliance level above, the Maxi Sky 600 should be observed to verify normal
operation. If abnormal performance is observed, additional measures may be necessary, such as reorienting or
relocating the Maxi Sky 600.
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
(b) Over the frequency range 150 kHz to 80 MHz, field strengths should be less than 3 V/m.
43
Electromagnetic Compatibility
(continued)
Recommended Separation Distance Between Portable and Mobile RF Communications Equipment and the Maxi Sky 600
for Equipment and Systems that are not Life-Supporting
Recommended separation distances between portable and mobile RF communications equipment and the
Maxi Sky 600.
The Maxi Sky 600 is intended for use in electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF disturbances are
controlled. The customer or the user of the Maxi Sky 600 can help prevent electromagnetic interference by
maintaining a minimum distance between portable and mobile RF communication equipment (transmitters) and
the Maxi Sky 600 as recommended below, according to the maximum output power of the communications
equipment.
Separation distances according to frequency of transmitter m
150 kHz to 80 MHz
Rated maximum
output power of
transmitter
W
3.5
d = ------V1
P
80 MHz to 800 MHz
3.5
d = ------10
P
800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
7
d = -----10
0.01
Not applicable
0.12
0.23
0.1
Not applicable
0.38
0.73
1
Not applicable
1.2
2.3
10
Not applicable
3.8
7.3
100
Not applicable
12
23
P
For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended separation distance d in
metres (m) can be estimated using the equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter, where P is the
maximum output power rating of the transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer.
NOTE 1: At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the separation distance for the higher frequency range applies.
001.14150.33.EN rev. 14
NOTE 2: These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption
and reflection from structures, objects and people.
44
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