1736R User`s Manual

Multi-purpose, High Speed Centrifuge
1736R
User’s Manual
Gyrozen Co., Ltd.
BStation, 30-12 Gyeryong-ro 141 Gil, Yuseoung-gu, Daejeon 305-301, Korea
Tel: +82-42-719-8200 Fax: +82-42-826-9848
www.gyrozen.com
DOC. No.: C08DC00204-11
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CONTENTS
Page #
1.
Meanings of Symbols & Safety Precautions ............................................................................................................................... 6
1-1.
Meanings of Symbols ....................................................................................................................................................................... 6
1-2.
Safety Precautions .............................................................................................................................................................................. 7
2.
Product Description & Technical Specifications ..................................................................................................................... 9
2-1.
Product Description ........................................................................................................................................................................... 9
2-2.
Technical Specifications .................................................................................................................................................................10
3.
Installation ..................................................................................................................................................................................................11
3-1.
Balance Adjustment ...........................................................................................................................................................................11
3-2.
Power On/Off and Door Release ................................................................................................................................................11
3-3.
Rotor Coupling and Disassembling ...........................................................................................................................................12
3-4.
Balance Adjustment – Final ...........................................................................................................................................................14
3-5.
Positioning of Sample Tubes ........................................................................................................................................................14
4.
Operation ....................................................................................................................................................................................................15
4-1.
Key Functions of Control Panel .................................................................................................................................................15
4-2.
Setting the RPM/RCF Value...........................................................................................................................................................16
4-3.
Setting the Time Value ....................................................................................................................................................................17
4-4.
Setting Temperature and Fast Cool ..........................................................................................................................................17
4-5.
Acceleration / Deceleration ...........................................................................................................................................................18
4-6.
Program Saving & Recalling .......................................................................................................................................................19
4-7.
Pulse ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................20
4-8.
Start / Stop ............................................................................................................................................................................................20
4-9.
Emergency Door Open ....................................................................................................................................................................20
5.
Maintenance ..............................................................................................................................................................................................21
5-1.
Outer Part of Instrument ..............................................................................................................................................................21
5-2.
Chamber ...............................................................................................................................................................................................21
5-3.
Shaft ........................................................................................................................................................................................................21
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5-4.
Rotor .......................................................................................................................................................................................................21
5-5.
Transportation of Instrument........................................................................................................................................................21
6.
Trouble Shooting
..................................................................................................................................................................................22
6-1.
Check List .............................................................................................................................................................................................22
6-2.
Error Code ..............................................................................................................................................................................................23
7.
Rotors & Accessories ............................................................................................................................................................................25
8.
Product Range .........................................................................................................................................................................................30
9.
CE ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................31
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1. Meanings of Symbols & Safety Precautions
1-1. Meanings of Symbols
1-1-1. Symbols on the device
Symbol
Meaning
Symbol
Attention and warning.
Meaning
Attention and warning
for electric shock
Attention and warning
Attention and warning
for door opening and
for rotor coupling.
closing
Attention and warning
Attention and warning
for correct way of
for correct way of
sample balancing in the
buckets position.
rotor.
Indicate a hole for
manual door opening in
case of emergency
1-1-2. Symbols in this document
Symbol
Meaning
This symbol refers to safety
relevant warnings and indicates
possible dangerous outcomes.
Symbol
☞
Meaning
Note.
This symbol refers to the important
reminder.
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1-2.
Safety Precautions
Before using the instrument, please read this operation manual to ensure correct usage. Incorrect handling
of the instrument could possibly result in personal injury or physical damage on the instrument or its
accessories.
1.
ALWAYS locate the instrument on a flat, rigid and stable floor capable of withstanding the weight
of the instrument and its spinning operation.
2.
ALWAYS make a safety zone of 30 cm around the centrifuge to indicate that neither hazardous
materials nor persons should be permitted within the area during operation.

ALWAYS position the instrument with enough space on each side of instrument to ensure
proper air circulation.
3.
ALWAYS install the instrument within a temperature and humidity controlled environment.
(Permissible ambient temperature: +5°C ~ +35 °C, Relative humidity: ≤ 85%)
4.
Before connecting the power, check the rated voltage.
5.
Should not use unapproved rotors and accessories.

Only use rotors from Gyrozen Co., Ltd. with appropriate centrifugal tubes and suitable
adaptors to embrace sample containers tightly enough inside rotors.
6.
Before operating the instrument, check if the rotor and the rotor lid are securely fastened.

Should operate the instrument with a rotor properly installed and secured to the motor
shaft.
7.
Mount the rotor on the motor shaft properly, check it with spinning manually.
8.
Do not stop the rotor by touching with hand during the instrument is running.
9.
Emergency door open should be performed only when spinning is completely stopped.
10. Should not exceed the rated speed or specific gravity. Samples whose density is greater than
1.2g/ml must have reduced maximum rotational speed to avoid rotor failure.
11. The sample content should not exceed 80% of total capacity of a tube. Otherwise, it would cause
spillage of sample fluid and even the tube breakage.
12. ALWAYS load the tubes symmetrically with evenly weighted samples to avoid rotor imbalance. If
necessary, use the water blank to counterbalance the unpaired sample.
13. The operation speed should not exceed the highest value of the individual guaranteed g-forces
each of centrifuge, rotor, bucket or adaptors and sample container, especially the guaranteed g-
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force of sample container should not be neglected.
14. The rotors should be cleaned and kept dry after every use for longer life and safety.
15. ALWAYS disconnect the power supply prior to maintenance care and service to avoid electrical
shock.
16. ALWAYS use proven disinfection procedures after centrifuging biohazardous materials.
17. Should not centrifuge flammable, toxic, radioactive, explosive, or corrosive materials.
18. When it is necessary to use toxic or radioactive materials or pathogenic micro-organisms which
belong to the Risk Group II of WHO: “Laboratory Bio- safety Manual,” should follow national
regulations.

Do not place dangerous materials within 30 cm distance around the instrument, and
that is also recommended by IEC 61010-2-020.

Use the emergency door open function only when the door button on the control panel
is dumb under the condition of complete stop of rotor running.

Never try to open or move the instrument if it is not completely stopped.

If the power input is more than +/- 10% of the recommended voltage or fluctuates
frequently, it may cause malfunction of the instrument and often result serious damage.
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2. Product Description & Technical Specifications
2-1. Product Description
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2-2. Technical Specifications
Max.RPM/RCF
Max. capacity
Fixed angle
17,000 rpm / 32,310 xg
Swing out
4,000 rpm / 3,134 xg
Fixed angle
6 x 500 ml
Swing out
4 x 250 ml
Temp. range(℃)
-20 ~ +40
FAST COOL button
Yes
Pulse, timed < 10 hr
Time control
☞
or continuous
RPM/RCF conversion
Yes
Noise level (dB)
≤56
Acc/Dec
9/10 steps
Program memory
100
Rotor Identification
Automation
Imbalance cutout
Yes
Display
Blue LCD
Safety lid lock
Yes
Lid drop protection
Yes
Power supply(V/Hz)
220/50~60 (110V optional)
Power requirement(VA)
2,500
Dimension(W x D x H, mm)
473 x 600 x 840
Weight without rotor (Kg)
110
CE mark
Yes
Cat. No.
GZ-1736R
This instrument has following functions for safety.
1. Automatic rotor identification function.
2. Automatic detection and alarms for imbalance, excess speed and heating.
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3. Installation
3-1. Balance Adjustment
Imbalancing of the instrument itself causes vibration, noise and error during
operation. Check the level of the floor surface with a Bubble Leveler
before installation.
Action
After locating the instrument on the solid and flat floor, check the horizontality with a Bubble Leveler.
1.
Place the Bubble Leveler on top of the instrument.
▶ Try to locate all bubbles in the center of the Bubble Leveler with
rotating the red gear which is in caster of the instrument.
2.
Adjust the height of four–wheel, which is at the bottom of the instrument, with
rotating the red gear (which is in caster of the instrument) for the first balance adjustment. (For the
final balance adjustment, please refer to 3-4. Balance Adjustment - Final )

For fixing a wheel: rotate the red gear counterclockwise with a spanner

For loosing a wheel: rotate the red gear clockwise with a spanner
3-2. Power On/Off and Door Release
3-2-1. Power On/Off
Action
1.
After connecting the AC Power cord at the power socket on the right back of
the instrument, turn on the Earth Leakage Breaker Switch.

2.
Check the proper power.
Turn on the instrument by pressing a switch on the right side
of the instrument.

With beeping sound, right before setting value is displayed.

The default values are Max. rpm, 10 min, ACC 4, DEC 4 and 25°C.

Check the rotor coupling, by touching the [Enter] for moving to
main page.
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3-2-2. Door Release
Action
1.
For opening the door, touch the [DOOR] button.

Should touch the [DOOR] button when the door is closed
(Door LED shows off).
☞

Close the door until hearing clank shut.

When the door is opened, the door LED turns on.

The door is not opened while the instrument is running.

If the door is opened, the instrument could not be operated even with pressing the ‘Start’
button.

For operational safety, this instrument has the automatic rotor recognition function.

When you supply the power, "Searching Rotor" /“Change to Rotor ID” will be appeared. If the
rotor is absent, the “Error 9” will be appeared. This message will be cleared after rotor
coupling and running.

The door is not automatically opened after finishing operation to keep the sample at proper
temperature.
 Power Failure: If there is any power failure during operation, door is not opened with ‘Door’
button. Door can be opened only when the operation is completely stopped and the power is
on again. If you want to open the door at the power failure, please refer to ‘4-9. Emergency
Door Open’.
3-3. Rotor Coupling and Disassembling
Action
1.
Before coupling a rotor, clean the motor shaft and chamber with soft
dry towel.
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3-3-1. Swing-Out Rotor
2. Mount a proper rotor into the motor shaft.
3. Grasp the rotor with one hand, and place Rotor Locking Tool
at the center hole of the rotor.
 To assemble the rotor: Rotate the Rotor Locking Tool clockwise until tightly
assembled.
 To disassemble the rotor: Rotate the Rotor Locking Tool counterclockwise.
4. Hang the appropriate buckets into the rotor.
 Load the identical bucket at each wing for safety. (Do not leave a vacant wing
without bucket. All wings should hold identical bucket. )
 Remove dirt and water drop around hooks of rotor and hanging part of bucket.
5. Spin the rotor manually to check if bucket swinging is free enough and ever. If they do not swing
freely, apply the Lubricant (grease) to the linking area.
3-3-2. Fixed Angle Rotor
2.
Mount a proper rotor into the motor shaft.
Grasp the rotor with one hand, and place Rotor Locking Tool at the center hole of the
rotor.
 To assemble the rotor: Rotate the Rotor Locking Tool clockwise until tightly
assembled.
 To disassemble the rotor: Rotate the Rotor Locking Tool counterclockwise.
3.
To close of the rotor lid, rotate the rotor lid nut clockwise.
 For opening lid: rotate the rotor lid nut counterclockwise.

When you run a fixed angle rotor, make sure that the rotor lid is tightly closed. If you
don’t close the rotor lid completely, it will be crushed.
☞
For operational safety, this instrument has the automatic rotor recognition function.
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3-4. Balance Adjustment – Final
1.
Mount the rotor and place the Bubble Leveler on the middle of the
top of a rotor.

Confirm that air bubbles of all three windows of the
balancing level are within the black lines.
2.
To adjust the balance status, rotate the red gear at the wheel caster
clockwise or counterclockwise until the device is well balanced.
3-5. Positioning of Sample Tubes
Action
1.
Before loading sample tubes, check the water drop or dirt in the rotor hole or inner adaptor.

If there is a water drop or dirt in the rotor hole or inner adaptor, remove it with soft dry
cloth.
2.
Tubes should be placed in the rotor with same amount of samples at symmetrical positions.

Only use appropriate centrifugal tubes and do not exceed the speed beyond the tube’s
max g-force.

For safety, fill the sample for 70~80% in the tubes.
Correct Way of Sample Balancing and Tube Usage

If the number of samples is not in pair, please load the control tubes at each symmetrical
position. Otherwise, it results noise and vibration, which eventually damage the instrument.
☞
For safety, the ‘Imbalance Cut Off’ function will be occurred, if there is imbalance of loading tubes
(Error 8, Imbalance error). Please refer to 6. Trouble Shooting.
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4. Operation
4-1. Key Functions of Control Panel
□ RPM/RCF
For automatic conversion of RPM/RCF and to set the speed
□ TIME
Use to set time, available range up to 9 hour 59 min (00:00: continuous)
□ Temp
Use to set temperature (-20°C ~ 40°C)
□ ACC/DEC
Use to set the acceleration & deceleration level from 1 to 9 steps. ‘0’ in deceleration
step means natural deceleration. Larger number means faster acceleration or
deceleration.
□ PROG
Use to save a set of setting values or recall the saved program number
□ Fast Cool
Use to reach rapid refrigeration up to the setting temperature.
□ Pulse
Use for quick runs
□ Enter
Use for completion of data setting
□ Start/Stop
Use to start and stop operation
□ Door
Use to open instrument lid
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4-2. Setting the RPM/RCF Value
Action
4-2-1. Setting the RPM Value
1.
Touch the [RPM/RCF] button once.

RPM MODE is generated with touching a [RPM/RCF]
button once.

2.
RPM LED is flickering on the display window.
Touch the [▲▼] buttons to change input value.

After keeping holding finger on the [▲▼] buttons
for 5 seconds, the unit of setting value is changed to
100 rpm from 10rpm.

If you do not touch the [▲▼] button for 5 seconds, the
setting mode is cleared.
3.
Touch the [Enter] button to complete the setting.

Press [Enter] to save the setting value.
4-2-2. Setting the RCF Value
▶ Speed setting unit: 1 rcf or 10 rcf
1.
Touch the [RPM/RCF] button twice.

RPM MODE is generated with touching a [RPM/RCF]
button twice.

2.
RPM LED is flickering at the display window.
Touch the [▲▼] buttons to change input value.

After keeping holding finger on the [▲▼] buttons for 5
seconds, the unit of setting value is changed to 10 rcf
from 1 rcf.

3.
If you do not touch the [▲▼] button for 5 seconds, the setting mode is cleared.
Touch the [Enter] button to complete the setting.
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4-3. Setting the Time Value
▶ Speed setting unit: 1hr. / 1min. or 10 min. / 1 sec. or 10 sec
Action

Time is down-counted after starting centrifugation.
1.
Touch the [TIME] button once.

2.
‘HOUR’ on LED is flickering.
Touch the [▲▼] buttons to change hour value.

If you do not touch the [▲▼] button for 5 seconds, the
setting mode is cleared.
3.
Touch the [Enter] button to pass the ‘MIN’ value setting.
4.
Touch the [▲▼] buttons to change minute value.

After keeping holding finger on the [▲▼] buttons 5
seconds, the unit of setting value is changed to 10min.
from 1min..

If you do not touch the [▲▼] button for 5 seconds, the
setting mode is cleared.
5.
Touch the [Enter] button to complete the setting.
4-4. Setting Temperature and Fast Cool
Action
4-4-1. Setting Temperature
▶ Temperature can be set from -20℃ to 40℃
▶ Temp setting unit: 1 ℃
1.
Touch the [TEMP] button.

2.
Temperature value blinks on the display window.
Touch the [▲▼] buttons to change input value.
 If you do not touch the [▲▼] button for 5 seconds,
the setting mode is cleared.
3.
Touch the [Enter] button to complete setting.
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4-4-2. Fast Cool
1.
Setting
the
temperature.
(Please
refer
to
4-4-1.
Setting
Temperature)
2.
Touch the [Fast Cool] buttons for fast cooling.

‘Fast Cool’ on LED is turned on.

The display shows a message as follows: “Searching
Rotor” >> “recognition OK!”

By touching the [Fast Cool] button, the instrument is
refrigerated down to the set temperature in a short
time. During the fast cooling, the rotor runs at low
speed (1,000 rpm).

☞
The passed time is showed on the display window.
 If you’d like to load your sample tubes before pressing the [Fast Cool] button, it should be
checked if the sample is safe during spinning at 1,000 rpm.
 Before starting Fast Cooling, please check the rotor coupling and symmetry of sample tube.
4-5. Acceleration / Deceleration
▶ Use the adjustment function of acceleration & deceleration levels to protect sensitive samples.
Action
1.
Touch [ACC/DEC] button.
2.
Touch the [▲▼] buttons to change input ACC value.

ACC blinks on the ACC/DEC display.

Input the desired level of ACC from 1 to 9. Level 9:
The fastest acceleration)

If you do not touch the [▲▼] button for 5 seconds, the
setting mode is cleared.
3.
Fix the ACC level by touching [Enter] button.
4.
Touch the [▲▼] buttons to change input DEC value.

DEC blinks on the ACC/DEC display

Input the desired level of DEC from 0 to 9.(Level 0: Natural deceleration / Level 9: The
fastest deceleration)
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
5.
If you do not touch the [▲▼] button for 5 seconds, the setting mode is cleared.
Fix the DEC level by touching [Enter] button.
4-6. Program Saving & Recalling
Action
4-6-1. Program Saving
1.
2.
Set parameters. (Refer to 4-2 ~ 4-4 )
Touch the [PROG] button longer than 3 seconds.

Check the message of “PROGRAM SAVE: ##” on the
display window.
3.
Touch the [▲▼] buttons to change input Program number.

If you do not touch the [▲▼] button for 5 seconds,
the setting mode is cleared.

Save up to 100 programs (Program numbers from 00
to 99)
4.
Touch the [Enter] button to complete the saving.
4-6-2. Program Recalling
1.
To recall the saved program, just touch the [PROG] button shortly
(less than 1 sec.).

Check the message of “PROGRAM CALL: ##”,
on the display window.
2.
Touch the [▲▼] buttons to select program number you want to
recall and then touch the [Enter] button.

If you do not touch the [▲▼] button for 5 seconds, the
setting mode is cleared.

When you touch the [Enter] button, display window show the saved setting parameters
(RPM/RCF, TIME, TEMP).
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4-7. Pulse
▶ It is for quick and short spin down.
Action
1.
If you touch [Pulse] button and release at the point you want to
stop the centrifuge decelerates immediately.
4-8. Start/Stop
Action
4-8-1. Start
1.
After setting RPM/RCF, Time and Temp., touch [Start] button.

During running, a ‘Start LED’ is turned on.

The instrument is running only when the door is closed.
4-8-2. Stop
1.
In case of touching the [Stop] button, the operation is stopped
running.
4-9. Emergency Door Open
For emergency door opening, you can use the Emergency Door Open Tool when the instrument is
completely stopped.
The door can be unlocked manually with the Emergency Door Open Tool
through the emergency door opening hole.
1.
Find the emergency door opening hole on the left side of the
instrument.
2.
Insert the Emergency Door Open Tool into the hole and push it
until the door is released.
Manual opening should be performed only when spinning is completely stopped. Otherwise,
harmful damage will be accompanied to not only operators but samples.
After opening the door manually, it is recommended to wait until normal electricity comes
back.
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5. Maintenance
5-1. Outer Part of Instrument
1.
Clean the outside of the instrument with dry soft cloth. If necessary, dip the cloth in neutral
detergent and clean contaminated area. Keep completely dry after cleaning.
2.
Do not use any volatile chemicals such as alcohol and benzene, etc.
3.
Be careful not to make scratches on the surface of the instrument. The scratches can cause
corrosion on the surface of the instrument.

If any rust appears, clean it with neutral detergents and keep dry.
5-2. Chamber
1.
Keep dry inside the chamber after every use.
2.
If the chamber is contaminated, dip the cloth in neutral detergent and clean contaminated area.
5-3. Shaft
1.
Always make special attention to clean the motor shaft to avoid any imbalance problem due to the
contaminants.
2.
After using the instrument, take out the rotor from the shaft, and clean the shaft with dry soft cloth
to keep dry.
5-4. Rotor
1.
If any parts are contaminated with samples, clean the rotor with soft wet cloth and keep the rotor
dry.
2.
Be careful not to make scratches inside or on the surface of rotors. Any small scratches can cause
corrosion of the rotor and big damage to the instrument.
3.
If you do not use the instrument, keep the rotor separately from the motor shaft and stand it
upside down.
5-5. Transportation of Instrument
1.
If you need to move or ship the instrument, be cautious to protect the motor shaft from any
physical impact or turbulence.
2.
Do not mount a rotor in any cases of movement. Fill inside the chamber with proper materials to
keep the motor shaft on place and not to be influenced by physical pressure.
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6. Trouble Shooting
6-1. Check List
Symptom
Check list
Connect the AC Power cord and make sure that the line is completely
Power failure
connected between the instrument and power outlet. Check the power
switch is turned on. (Please refer to 3-2. Power On/Off and Door Release)
Can’t be started
If the door is not closed completely, the instrument can’t run.
Check the Door LED on the display window and close the door completely.
If the power is out, check the main fuse for the laboratory to supply the
Can’t open the door
power. If it is not solved in shortly, open the door with Emergency Door
Open Tool manually for safety of sample. (Please refer to 4-9. Emergency
Door Open)
Remove the dirt at the door latch and then close the door completely again.
Can’t close the door
If the door seems not being closed by mechanical reason, please contact
our service team.
Please check the balanced status of the instrument.
Please re-check the coupling status of the following three matches to
minimize the noise
Noise and vibration during
running
1.
the balanced way of coupling of the rotor into the motor shaft
2.
the completeness of fixing of the rotor locking on the rotor
3.
the matching status of Rotor Lid with the rotor
(Please refer to 3-3. Rotor Coupling and Disassembling)
Check balances of samples in the rotor. (Please refer to 3-5. Positioning of
Sample Tubes) and load the same weight of samples symmetrically.
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6-2. Error Code
If the instrument shows the error code with beeping sound, press ‘STOP’ button to stop the beeping sound
and press ‘Enter’ button to release of the error status and make the instrument go to the default setting
again.
Error
Possible Causes
Actions
- Shut off the power supply, and then, turn on the power switch
Error 1
RPM Sensor
again to check the instrument.
- If the error code shows continuously although you try to
operate again, please call Gyrozen Field Service Engineer.
- If the door is not closed completely, this message is appeared.
- Remove the dirt at the door latch and then close the door
Error 2
Door
completely again. Check the Door LED on the display window. If
it is not solved in shortly, open the door with emergency door
tool manually for safety of sample. (Please refer to 4-9.
Emergency Door Open)
- If the motor is overheated, this message is appeared.
- Shut off the power supply for an hour, and then turn on the
Error 3
Motor Overheating
power switch for checking the instrument.
- If the error code shows continuously, please call Gyrozen Field
Service Engineer.
- If the power input of Power supply (V/Hz) is 10% less than
required power, this message is appeared.
Error 4
Low Voltage
- Shut off the power supply and then check the voltage of the
Power supply (V/Hz).
- Use AVR to provide proper power.
- If the power input of Power supply (V/Hz) is 10% more than
required power, this message is appeared.
Error 5
High Voltage
- Shut off the power supply and then check the voltage of the
Power supply (V/Hz).
- Use AVR to provide proper power.
- If the instrument is spun with over speed, there will be some
Error 6
Over Speed
problems in the overload of motor and the output of motor.
- Shut off the power supply, and then, turn on the power switch
again to check the instrument.
Error 7
Software
- If the installed software has bugs, this message is appeared.
- Tuning the firmware (Download)*
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-Check
Error 8
Imbalance
weight-balances
of
samples
(Please refer
to
3-5.
Positioning of Sample Tubes) and then turn off and on the
instrument for checking.
- If the function of rotor recognition is failed, this message is
appeared.
Error 9
Rotor ID or RPM Sensor
- This message will be cleared by coupling an appropriate rotor
(Please refer to 3-3. Rotor coupling and disassembling.)
- If the error code shows continuously, please call Gyrozen Field
Service Engineer.
- If the instrument is not reached to setting temperature within
Error 11
Chamber Temp. Error
an hour, this message is appeared.
- No user action. Please call Gyrozen Field Service Engineer.
- If there is a faulty in the temperature sensing of chamber or
Error 12
Temp. Sensor Error
over heated, this message is appeared.
- No user action. Please call Gyrozen Field Service Engineer.
- If the motor temperature sensor can’t recognize, this message
Error 15
Motor Temp. Sensor
is appeared.
- No user action. Please call Gyrozen Field Service Engineer.
- If the temperature of compressor is over heated up, this
Error 16
Comp. Temp. Sensor
message is appeared.
- No user action. Please call Gyrozen Field Service Engineer.
* Any wire disconnection or tuning of the instrument must be performed only by a service engineer who is
authorized by GYROZEN Co., Ltd.
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7. Rotors & Accessories
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8. Product Range
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9. CE
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