X-Smart DFU

X-Smart DFU
Introduction
- Indications
- Contra-indications
- Warnings
- Precautions
- Notice
- Adverse reactions
A> Contents
B> Product Main Specifications
C> Product Description
D> How to connect each part
E> Main Directions For Use
F> Additional Directions For Use
G> Cleaning
H> Sterilization
I> Changing Batteries
J> Error Code
K> Trouble Shooting
L> Warranty
M> Disposing Product
N> Other Symbols
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Thank you for purchasing the X-SMART
Indications
X-SMART is an endodontic micromotor to drive NiTi instruments. This motor has to be used
only in hospital environments, clinics or dental offices by qualified dental personnel. Read this
Operation Manual carefully before use for operation instructions, care and maintenance. Keep
this Operation Manual for future reference.
Contra-indications
In cases where a patient has been fitted with an implanted heart pacemaker (or other electrical
equipment) and has been cautioned against the use of small electrical appliances (such as electric shavers, hair dryers, etc.) it is recommended to not use the X-SMART.
This motor should not be used for severe curved root canal preparation.
Do not use X-SMART for implant or any other dentist procedure outside endodontics.
Warnings
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Use the specified batteries for this product. Never use any other batteries than those that
Dentsply Maillefer specifies.
Do not disassemble or alter the motor handpiece.
Do not expose X-SMART unit, motor handpiece or battery charger to any liquid.
If you should notice battery fluid leak, deformation of the motor handpiece casing or partial
discoloring, immediately stop use and contact your dealer.
Should the leaking battery fluid get into your eyes, immediately wash eyes thoroughly with
clean water and see your doctor. Failure to do so may result in loss of sight.
Should the battery fluid leak onto skin or clothing, immediately wash the exposed skin thoroughly with clean water and completely wash away the fluid. Failure to do so may result in
skin complications.
If you will not use the product for a long period of time, remove the batteries to avoid
fluid leak.
The system may present the possibility of malfunction when used in the presence of electromagnetic interference wave. Do not install the system in the vicinity of the device which
emits magnetic waves.
Do not use in the presence of flammable products.
This motor is equipped with an electronic circuit to limit file breakage. Nevertheless, files may
still break due to higher torque conditions or to fatigue resistance.
Precautions
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The appliance must only be used with the manufacturer's original accessories
Use the Dentsply Maillefer AC adapter for this product. Never use any other AC adapters.
The RPM number indicates true instrument speed when the appropriate reduction rate is
selected. Make sure the selected reduction matches the ratio of the contra angle handpiece.
If the motor stops or runs too fast, discontinue use and call for assistance.
After sterilization, make sure the motor has reached a temperature below 40°C before use.
Do not introduce any oil into the micromotor.
The system functions normally in the environment where the temperature is at 10 - 40 ˚C (50
- 104 ˚F), humidity at 10 - 85% RH, atmospheric pressure at 500-1060hPa, and no moisture
condensation in the Control Unit. Any use outside these limits may cause malfunction.
Do not use a bent, damaged, deformed or non-ISO-conforming file. Using such a file may
result in personal injury due to its unexpected breaking or “flying off” during rotation.
Check the product before use by rotating it, paying attention to looseness, vibration, noise
and temperature (heat generation). If any abnormal condition is found even slightly at that
time, immediately stop use and contact your dealer.
Always clean the shank of the file to be installed. Allowing dirt to enter the chuck could
cause loss of concentricity and deterioration of chucking force.
Before changing the head or bur, turn off the power of the motor handpiece. Changing with
the power kept on may cause unintended rotation by accidental touch of the ON/OFF button.
Pay attention to the direction of batteries when setting. Forcible setting in the wrong direction may cause damage and fluid leakage due to a short circuit.
EQUIPMENT not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture with air
or with oxygen or nitrousoxide.
Notice
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Fully-charged rechargeable batteries generally discharge gradually over time even though
the motor handpiece is not used. It is recommended to recharge the batteries just before use.
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When the motor handpiece stops automatically by detecting a low battery voltage, turning
on the power again after a while may not detect the low voltage immediately. This is not a
failure, but due to battery characteristics. Since the voltage drop does not coincide with the
remaining battery capacity, consider it only as a yardstick.
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Recharge rechargeable batteries after they deplete as much as possible. Repeating shorttime use and subsequent recharging may shorten their operating time due to the “memory
effect.” Batteries may recover after repeating complete discharge and full charge for a few
times. (This product is equipped with a “Refresh Mode” for this purpose.).
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The used nickel metal hydride batteries are recyclable, but their disposal may sometimes not
be permitted by the country. Return them to your dealer.
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When disposing of the control unit and foot pedal (optional), follow the instructions of your
local government for disposal, as they contain materials which may become industrial waste.
When discarding the contra angle head and motor handpiece, dispose of them as medical
waste.
Users are responsible for operational control, maintenance and inspection.
Store the system in the place where the temperature is at -10 - 50 ˚C (14 - 122˚F), humidity
at 10 - 85% RH, atmospheric pressure at 500 - 1060 hPa, and the system is not subject to
air with dust, sulfur or salinity.
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Adverse reactions: none known
Classifications of equipment
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Type of protection against electric shock :
- Class II equipment:
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Degree of protection against electric shock :
- Type B applied part:
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Method of sterilization or disinfection recommended by the manufacture:
- See Sterilization procedure
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Degree of protection against ingress of water as detailed in the current edition of IEC 60529:
- Foot Pedal (Option) : IPX1 (Protected against vertically falling water drops)
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Degree of safety of application in the presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture with air or
with oxygen or nitrousoxide:
- X-SMART complies to IEC60601-1 safety standard and the requirement of CE Marking of
Conformity.
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A> Contents
Before use, please refer to the packaging labels
B> Product Main Specifications
X-SMART control unit
Rated input
DC20V
0.5A
Output
DC7V
0.4A
Charging time
5 hours approx.
Dimensions
W98 x D152 x H139mm
Weight
456g
X-SMART AC adapter
Rated input
AC120V
50/60Hz
10VA
AC230V
50/60Hz
10VA
Dimensions
W70 x D110 x H58mm
Weight
120V: 934g
230V: 974g
X-SMART motor handpiece
Rated input
DC7V
0.4A
Dimensions
Ø 20 x L108mm
Weight
92g (including motor handpiece cord)
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C> Product Description
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Fig. 1
1) Control Unit
2) Operation Panel
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See Fig. 2 “Operation Panel
and LCD Panel.”
3) LCD Panel
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See Fig. 2 “Operation Panel
and LCD Panel.”
Error codes are displayed.
4) Power Cord Connector
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5) Foot Pedal Connector
6) Motor Handpiece Connector
7) AC Adapter
8) Motor Handpiece
9) Contra Angle
10) Handpiece Stand
11) F-type Spray Nozzle
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(used for lubrication)
12) Foot pedal (Option)
* Operation Panel and LCD Panel.
Operation Panel
(LCD Panel)
AC IN
CHARGE
REVERSE
SPEED
AUTO REVERSE
POWER
TORQUE
PROGRAM
GEAR RATIO
MEMORIZE
Fig. 2
• POWER
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Holding down the POWER key for more than one second turns on the power and the LCD
panel lights.
Holding down the POWER key for more than one second while the power is on turns off the
power and the LCD display turns off.
• SPEED
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The rotation speed can be adjusted.
If the speed is to exceed the upper limit or fall below the lower limit, the alarm sounds.
LCD
The present rotation speed is displayed.
The unit is rpm (min-1).
• TORQUE
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The torque limit values can be adjusted.
If the torque is to exceed the upper limit or fall below the lower limit, the alarm sounds.
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LCD
The present torque limit value is displayed. The unit is (Ncm). When it reaches the maximum value, “
” is displayed
• PROGRAM
LCD
The present program number is displayed. The program number is available from 1 to 9.
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The Program button is also used to manage the alarm sound.
• REVERSE
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The rotational direction of the file can be changed by this key. It can also be changed while
the file is in motion.
The alarm sounds during reverse rotation.
LCD
The mark of the current rotational direction is displayed.
Forward Rotation (F).
Reverse Rotation (R).
• GEAR RATIO
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A gear ratio can be selected by this key. If the correct gear ratio is selected according to the
contra angle head in use, an adequate rotation speed and torque limit value can be set.
The gear ratio cannot be changed while the file is in motion.
LCD
The present gear ratio is displayed. The gear ratio is available at (1:1, 4:1, 10:1,
16:1 and 20:1).
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• AUTO REVERSE
The auto reverse mode can be selected by this key. (See “Auto Reverse Function.”)
LCD
The present auto reverse mode mark is displayed.
AUTO REVERSING
If the load is removed after auto reverse rotation, it
returns to the normal rotation again.
AUTO STOP
If the load is removed after autoreverse rotations, it
stops.
AUTO REVERSE OFF
Auto reverse rotation is not activated.
(Non display)
• MEMO
Press this key if you want to change the present program setting (rotation speed, torque limit
value, gear ratio, auto reverse mode) and these changes will be memorized. (See “Program”)
• CHARGE Lamp (Orange)
This lamp lights or flashes while the batteries are being charged or in the refresh mode, (See
“Battery Refresh”) and in an error condition, regardless of the ON or OFF position of the power.
LCD
The mark of the present remaining amount of the batteries is displayed regardless of the ON or
OFF position of the power. The mark will be animated when the batteries are being charged or
in the refresh mode (See “Battery Refresh”).
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Full charge
Approximately 30-80% remains
Less than 30% remains. In case of this condition, the auto reverse function may
not activate. (See “*Auto Reverse Function”)
Batteries are drained or in a remarkably low voltage. Charge the batteries
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NOTICE
The remaining amount of batteries mark indicates a voltage. When load is
applied to the motor handpiece, the remaining amount of batteries mark
appears to become lower.
• AC IN Lamp (Green)
This lamp lights when the power is supplied from the AC adapter, regardless of the ON or OFF
position of the power.
• Bar Display
LCD
It displays the bar graph which shows the degree of load applied to
the motor while the file is in motion.
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D> How to connect each part
(1) Connecting Motor Handpiece
Align the ➨ mark of the cord plug of the motor
handpiece with the ▲ mark of the motor handpiece connector and insert the plug until it locks.
(Fig. 3)
Motor Handpiece
connection
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Fig. 3
NOTICE
To remove the plug, hold the plug ring and pull it out.
(2) Connecting AC Adapter
Securely insert the jack of the AC adapter into the
power connector with the ➨ mark of the jack cast
down. (Fig. 4)
Adapter connection
Fig. 4
(3) Connecting Foot Pedal (Optional)
Securely insert the plug of the foot pedal (Optional)
into the foot pedal connector with the ▲ mark of
the plug cast down. (Fig. 5).
Foot Pedal
connection (optional)
• You do not have to connect the foot pedal, if you
intend to use this product without the foot
pedal.
Fig. 5
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E> Main Directions For Use
REVERSE
SPEED
AC IN
TORQUE
CHARGE
PROGRAM
AUTO REVERSE
POWER
MEMORIZE
GEAR RATIO
Fig. 6
(1) Charge (if batteries are used)
1. Securely insert the plug of the AC adapter into a power supply.
2. The AC IN lamp lights in green.
3. The internal microcomputer checks the voltage of the batteries and starts charging, if necessary. If it starts charging, the CHARGE lamp lights, and the remaining amount of the batteries mark on the LCD panel will be animated.
• There is no need to turn on the power.
4. When the CHARGE lamp turns off, charging has been completed.
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CAUTION
Connect to AC120V or AC230V power supply only. Otherwise, malfunction will
occur.
Since the AC IN lamp lights to indicate that the supply power is on, it does not
go out even after a charge is completed. See the CHARGE lamp to check the
charging conditions.
The standard charging time is about 5 hours, but it varies depending on use,
condition of batteries, temperature and whether the batteries are new or old.
Please note, older batteries may remarkably shorten both the charging and
operating time.
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When charging a battery, the temperature of the battery is measured.
Therefore, if this product is placed in an environment where the temperature
changes rapidly (for example, near to a window exposed to sunlight, near the
outlet of a air conditioner, or heater), the battery cannot be properly charged.
Put this product in a place where the temperature varies little.
In the following cases, it may not start charging:
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The temperature of a battery is too low or too high. (less than
0˚C (32˚F) or more than 40˚C (104˚F)).
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The voltage of a battery is sufficient. (This does not necessarily
mean fully charged).
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A battery is not connected.
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The voltage of a battery is abnormal. (See “ERROR CODE”).
Batteries are automatically charged depending on conditions, even when the
power is on. But when the motor handpiece is used, charging is suspended to
protect the battery.
(2) Changing the Contra Angle
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The contra angle can be connected with
the motor handpiece at 6 adjustable head
positions. Align the positioning pins of the
contra angle head with the positioning
slots of the motor handpiece and insert
the head until they click.
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When removing the contra angle head,
pull it out axially. (Fig. 7)
Contra Angle
Motor Handpiece
Fig. 7
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CAUTION
When attaching and detaching the contra angle head, turn the power off
beforehand.
Check that the contra angle head is securely assembled to the motor handpiece.
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(3) Mounting and Removing File
1. Insert the file into the chuck until it stops.
2. Lightly turn the file until it engages with the latch
mechanism. Push inwards to click.
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Depress the push-button and pull out
the file.
Fig. 8
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CAUTION
When attaching and detaching the file, turn the power off beforehand.
After the file is locked in place, lightly pull out the file to make sure the file is
locked.
Always clean the shank of the file to be installed. Allowing dirt to enter the
chuck could cause loss of concentricity and deterioration of chucking force.
(4) Preparatory Operations
1. Charge the batteries (See “Charge (if batteries are used)”) or securely insert the plug of the
AC adapter into a power supply.
2. Hold down the POWER key for more than one second to turn on the power.
3. Press the PROGRAM key to select the program number suitable for the file being used.
4. Select the rotational direction by pressing the REVERSE key. The key changes over to the forward rotation (F) and reverse rotation (R) each time it is pressed.
5. Select the auto reverse mode by pressing the AUTO REVERSE key. The key changes over to
AUTO REVERSING , AUTO STOP and AUTO REVERSE OFF each time it is pressed. (See “*Auto
Reverse Function” )
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The PROGRAM key is fast-forwarded, when it is continuously held down.
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(5) Operation
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If you press the ON/OFF button briefly, the
motor handpiece starts. If you re-press the
button, it stops.
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If you hold down the ON/OFF button for
more than one second, the motor handpiece starts while the button is pressed. If you
release the button, it stops.
ON/OFF Button
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If the foot pedal (Optional) is connected, stepping on the pedal starts the motor handpiece. Releasing the pedal stops it.
2. If you want to make fine adjustments on the rotation speed and torque limit value, press the
SPEED key and TORQUE key respectively.
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If the SPEED key and TORQUE key are continuously held down, they are fastforwarded.
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If both ON/OFF button and foot pedal (Optional) are equipped, the one which rotation instruction is first given has priority. For example, if you step on the foot pedal
(Optional) to start the motor handpiece, you cannot stop it by the ON/OFF button.
* Auto Reverse Function
When the motor handpiece starts and its load reaches approximately half of the preset torque
limit value, the alarm sounds. (at the time of
on the bar display).
The alarm sound changes when the load approaches the torque limit value. (at the time of
on the bar display).
When a further load exceeds the torque limit value, the following 3 modes can be selected:
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AUTO REVERSING
The motor handpiece rotates in reverse. When a load is removed, the motor handpiece returns
to normal rotation (forward rotation) automatically.
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AUTO STOP
The motor handpiece starts in reverse. When a load is removed, the motor handpiece stops. If
you want it to rotate (forward-rotate) again, re-press the ON/OFF button or re-step on the foot
pedal (Optional).
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AUTO REVERSE OFF
The motor handpiece stops without reverse rotation. In this instance, the LCD panel shows
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When the reverse rotation (R) is set, this auto reverse function is not activated.
When the batteries go down (when the remaining amount of the batteries
mark indicates “
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limit value. In this case (in the case of operation by batteries), this auto reverse
function will not be activated. When high torque is required, use the AC
adapter or use this product in a condition where the batteries are not significantly consumed (when the mark of the remaining amount of the batteries
indicates “
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If a load is continuously applied to the motor handpiece, it may automatically
stop to prevent overheating. (The torque limit value indicates “
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LCD panel). In this case, leave the motor handpiece for a while until it cools
down.
When the display returns to normal, the motor handpiece can be used.
(6) Completion of Medical Treatment
When the treatment is completed, return the motor handpiece to the handpiece stand and hold
down the POWER key for more than one second to turn off the power.
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If 10 minutes pass without operation of the ON/OFF button and foot pedal
(optional), the power turns off automatically (auto power off function). However,
the power does not turn off automatically if the motor handpiece is in motion,
even if it is not used.
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F> Additional Directions For Use
(1) Program
This product is programmed in advance with 1 to 9 programs according to various files to be
used. You can change any preset values and have them saved to your desired settings (rotation
speed, torque limit value, gear ratio and auto reverse mode).
1. Press the PROGRAM key until it turns to the program number which you want to memorize.
2. Adjust the rotation speed, torque limit value, gear ratio and auto reverse mode by each key
according to your needs.
3. Hold down the MEMORIZE key for more than one second. When the alarm sounds, memorization is completed.
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The program cannot be memorized while the motor handpiece is in motion.
The rotational direction is not memorized in the program. The program cannot
be memorized if the rotational direction is set to the reverse rotation (R).
If the PROGRAM key is held down, it is fast-forwarded.
The program is not memorized unless the MEMORIZE key is held down for more
than one second. If the program number is changed by the PROGRAM key without pressing the MEMORIZE key, the initially memorized preset values remain
(cancel function).
(2) Initialization of Program (Factory-set configuration)
The program can be returned to the original state configured at the time of factory shipment, if setup becomes confusing.
1. Turn off the power, when the power is on.
2. Connect the AC adapter and confirm that the AC IN lamp lights up.
3. Hold down the POWER key for more than one second, while pressing the AUTO REVERSE
key and MEMORIZE key at the same time.
4. Release the keys when the LCD panel indicates “
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while this is displayed.
5. Initialization is completed, when “
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This function is not activated unless this product is powered by the AC adapter.
If this function is used, all programs will disappear and return to the original
set values. Record the present program details accordingly, as needed.
(3) Battery Refresh
Nickel-metal-hydrate batteries may result in a decrease in charging capacity, if additional charging (repeating a cycle of short-time use and recharging) is made. (Generally, this phenomenon
is called a “memory effect”). This Battery Refresh function is to resolve this phenomenon.
1. Turn off the power if the power is on.
2. Connect the AC adapter and confirm that the AC IN lamp lights.
3. Hold down the POWER key for more than one second, while pressing the REVERSE key.
4. The alarm sounds for a length of time, and the refresh mode is activated. At this time, the
remaining amount of the batteries mark on the LCD panel is animated in the direction opposite to display at the time of charging. At the same time, the CHARGE lamp flashes slowly.
5. Leave alone. The batteries are discharged and recharged automatically.
6. Hold down the POWER key for a while, when you want to stop this process. (At this time, the
power does not turn on.)
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This function is not activated, if not driven by the AC adapter.
It takes a maximum of 5 hours to discharge batteries.
It takes 5 hours to discharge and 5 hours to recharge, therefore, approximately 10 hours are required. For example, if a dental treatment is finished at 7 p.m.
and the refresh mode is set, the batteries will be fully charged by 5 a.m. the
next morning.
This function is not required for each charging. This function should be used if
the operating time is shortened (even if the batteries are relatively new).
Do not repeat activation and deactivation of the refresh mode in a short time.
It may result in enhancement of the memory effect.
This function is fully effective for solution of a “memory effect.” However, it
cannot be solved completely at one time due to the characteristics of batteries. We recommend you to repeat this process a few times according to your
needs.
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(4) Calibration
This function is to decrease fluctuation in the rotation speed of the motor handpiece and the difference in torque by the contra angle.
1. Lubricate the contra angle with an appropriate spray (see “Lubricating Contra
Angle Head”).
2. Turn the power off if the power is on.
3. Connect the AC adapter and confirm that the AC IN lamp lights.
4. Turn on the power.
5. Hold down both buttons of the SPEED key simultaneously for more than one second.
6. The LCD panel displays “
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7. Attach the contra angle head to the motor handpiece and press the MEMO key.
8. The motor handpiece begins to rotate : leave it as it is until it stops.
9. This process ends, if the rotation stops and the LCD panel display returns to its original state.
10. If you want to stop this process, turn the power off.
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Lubricate the contra angle before Calibration.
This function does not operate if AC adapter is not used.
Do not touch or apply a load to the rotating shaft of the contra angle head : it
obstructs.
This function cannot completely absorb the individual difference of the actual
motor handpiece and contra angle.
(5) Alarm Sound Volume Control
The alarm sound volume can be controlled by using “BIG VOLUME, SMALL VOLUME and LIMITED OFF”. With “LIMITED OFF”, the alarm sounds with a small sound volume at the time of confirmation and error, while it does not sound at the time of reverse rotation and attainment of
the torque limit value.
1. Keep holding down both buttons of the PROGRAM key simultaneously.
2. The alarm mark on the LCD panel changes, and the sound volume changes.
3. Release the PROGRAM key when the sound volume reaches your required level and the
required sound level is set up.
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NOTICE
The sound level is retained, even if the power is turned off.
If “Initialization of Program (Factory-set configuration)” is executed, the sound
is set to “BIG VOLUME.”
G> Cleaning
(1) Lubricating Contra Angle
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After each use and/or before each autoclaving.
1. Screw the spray nozzle onto the Spray can by
approx. 10 turns.
2. Insert the spray nozzle into the rear part of the
contra angle head and lubricate the head for 2-3
seconds. (Fig. 12)
Fig. 12
(2) Cleaning Motor Handpiece
When the motor handpiece becomes dirty, wipe
off with a cotton cloth moistened with soap and water.
(3) Cleaning Control Unit
When the control unit becomes dirty, wipe it off with a cotton cloth moistened with soap and
water.
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CAUTION
Do not lubricate the motor section of the motor handpiece.
To clean the motor handpiece, do not use any solvent such as benzine and/or a
thinner.
Before mounting the lubricated contra angle head to the motor handpiece,
wipe off extra oil. Stand on its end or lean it in the proper position for gravity draining. Mount it after excess oil has been drained.
Hold the contra angle head securely to prevent it from flying off by the pressure of the spray.
Supply lubricant until it comes out of the handpiece head (for approx. 2 seconds).
Do not use a spray can upside down. In such a case, only spray gas comes out
and oil is not sprayed.
Do not clean any plastic component (control unit, motor handpiece,…) with
aldehydes.
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H> Sterilization
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Sterilize the contra angle only.
For the sterilization method, we recommend the autoclave sterilization method.
Autoclaving
1. Brush the dirt off the surface of the contra angle head, and wipe off with a cotton cloth moistened with rubbing alcohol. Do not use metal brush.
2. Lubricate the head with an appropriate spray.
3. Insert the head into an autoclave pouch and seal it.
4. Autoclave for 18 min. at 134˚C (274˚F)
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CAUTION
Do not apply high-temperature sterilization methods such as autoclave sterilization to any part other than the contra angle head.
Skip dry cycle if the temperature could exceed 135˚C (275˚F).
Since the bottom tray inside the chamber of the autoclave is close to a heater
and the temperature in that place may locally exceed 135˚C (275˚F), place the
head on the central or upper tray.
The control unit, the micromotor (handpiece), including all wires may be wiped
with a cloth slightly dampened with water or non-alcoholic disinfectant.
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I> Changing batteries
X-SMART uses rechargeable batteries. They can be recharged 300-500 times, depending on the
conditions of the motor handpiece. If the operating time or recharging time becomes shorter or
the rotation power becomes weaker, although the “memory effect” described in “ ! NOTICE”
is not applicable, the life of the batteries is suspect. In such a case, replace batteries (refer to the
“ ■ Changing Batteries”). When replacing, be sure to observe the following
“ ! CAUTIONS ON CHANGING BATTERIES”. Note that Dentsply Maillefer shall not be held liable
for any malfunction or failure resulting from your not following the “ !CAUTIONS ON CHANGING BATTERIES”.
! CAUTIONS ON CHANGING BATTERIES
Do not open any part other than the battery cover.
Be sure to purchase and use only the recommended batteries. Otherwise, batteries may cause damage, fluid leakage or explode.
Do not work with wet hands. This may cause trouble due to short-circuiting of
batteries and moisture infiltrating this product.
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Battery Cover
Changing Batteries
1. Turn off the power. Remove the AC adapter.
2. Remove the batteries after sliding the battery cover
on the back of the control unit in the direction of
the arrow. (Fig. 13)
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CAUTION
Ensure removal of the AC adapter before changing batteries, as it may cause a
malfunction.
3. Take out the old batteries, and pull out the cord, holding it at the connector.
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CAUTION
Ensure you pull out the cord by holding the connector. Failure to do so may cause
a break in the cord.
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4. Insert the connector of the cord of new batteries into the connector in accordance with the
polarity indication label inside the battery chamber, and place the batteries into the chamber with care so as not to catch the cord.
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CAUTION
In case of difficult to insert the connector onto the battery, the polarity may be
incorrect. Do not insert it by force.
5. Close the battery cover. Ensure you charge the batteries before use.
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NOTICE
The used nickel metal hydride batteries are recyclable, but their disposal may
sometimes not be permitted by the country. Return them to your dealer.
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J> Error Code
If the motor handpiece stops due to an abnormality such as a malfunction, overload, breakage
of misuse, it automatically checks the state of the control unit and detects the cause of the
abnormality, displaying an error code on the LCD panel. If an error code is displayed, turn on the
power again and check whether the same error code is displayed. If the same error code is displayed, take action by referring to the instructions provided in the “Check/Remedy” column in
the following table.
!
NOTICE
If batteries are replaced while the AC adapter is connected, an incorrect error
code may be displayed.
Error code
During rota-
Error
Cause
Check/Remedy
Self-Check error
Malfunction of circuit
Contact your dealer.
Overcurrent
The motor handpiece is
locked. (at the time of the
auto reverse mode)
Remove load
Overvoltage
Malfunction of circuit
Contact your dealer.
Overheating of motor
High load was continuously
applied to the motor
Leave it as it is until
handpiece for a relatively
it cools down.
long time.
tion
of the
motor
handpiece
Error of the brake circuit Malfunction of circuit
The axle locks up
Contact your dealer.
The motor handpiece is Remove load
locked. (at the time of startup)
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Error code
At the
time of
charging
Error
Cause
Low voltage of
batteries
The voltage of batteries is
too low (The batteries are
flat or not inserted.)
High voltage of
batteries
The voltage of batteries is
too high. (Malfunction of Contact your dealer.
circuit)
Beyond the range of workBeyond the range of ing temperature or break in
working temperature the thermistor in the battery
section.
At the
time of
calibration
Other
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Beyond the upper limit
Below the lower limit
Abnormal heat
generation from
batteries
Check/Remedy
Put the batteries
into the battery
chamber, or replace
with new batteries.
Use within the range
of working temperature, or replace the
batteries.
The operating life of the Replace the motor
motor handpiece or contra handpiece or contra
angle head.
angle has expired.
The batteries generate
abnormal heat.
Replace the batteries. If the heat generates from the new
set of batteries, malfunction of the circuit may be suspected. Contact your
dealer.
K> Trouble Shooting
When trouble is found, check the following again before contacting your dealer. If none of these are
applicable or the trouble is not remedied even after action has been taken, the product may have
failed. Contact your dealer.
X-SMART Control unit and AC adapter
Problem
Cause
Solution
The power is not turned on.
The AC adapter is not connected.
Check the connection.
The plug of the AC adapter is not
inserted into the outlet, or there is no
electricity in the outlet.
Check the connection.
The batteries are empty.
Charge the batteries or
use the AC adapter.
No batteries are inserted.
Insert batteries, or use the
AC adapter.
The internal fuse has burnt.
Contact your dealer.
The AC adapter is not connected.
Check the connection.
The plug of the AC adapter is not
inserted into the outlet, or there is no
electricity in the outlet.
Check the connection.
The internal fuse has burnt.
Contact your dealer.
The AC adapter fuse has burnt.
Contact your dealer.
AC IN lamp does not light
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Problem
Cause
Solution
The battery charger does
not work.
(The CHARGE lamp does
not light.)
No batteries are inserted.
Insert batteries.
The batteries are fully charged or in a
state near full charge.
No problem
The temperature of batteries is low.
If the temperature of batteries is less than 0°C
(32°F), the batteries are
not rechargeable. Charge
the batteries in a warm
room. (Be careful about
moisture condensation.)
The temperature of batteries is high.
It is normal that the batteries become a little bit
warm right after charging.
If the batteries are hot
under normal operating
conditions, not right after
charging, there may be an
abnormality. Contact your
dealer.
An error code is displayed.
See ERROR CODE.
X-SMART motor handpiece
Problem
Cause
Solution
The motor handpiece
does not rotate.
The motor handpiece cord is not connected.
Check the connection.
The foot pedal (Optional) is not connected.
Check the connection.
There is a break in the motor handpiece or the motor handpiece cord.
Contact your dealer.
The contra angle head is clogged.
Clean or replace the contra angle head.
There is a short circuit inside the motor
handpiece or the motor handpiece cord.
Contact your dealer.
The contra angle head is clogged.
Clean or replace the contra angle head.
There is a short circuit inside the motor
handpiece or the motor handpiece cord.
Contact your dealer.
The power is turned on while pressing
the ON/OFF button.
Check the ON/OFF button.
There is a short circuit inside the
ON/OFF button.
Contact your dealer.
The power is turned on while pressing
the foot pedal (Optional).
Check the foot pedal
(Optional).
There is a short circuit inside the foot
pedal.
Remove the foot pedal,
and rotate the motor
handpiece by the ON/OFF
button, or contact your
dealer.
It is rotated by the ON/OFF button.
Stop the rotation by the
ON/OFF button.
The motor handpiece
does not rotate. (The
error code “
” is displayed.)
The motor handpiece
does not rotate. (“
”
and the rotation speed
are displayed alternately.)
When turning on the
power, the alarm sounds,
and the motor handpiece
does not rotate.
The motor handpiece
keeps rotating. (The foot
pedal (Optional) does not
react.)
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Problem
Cause
Solution
The motor handpiece
keeps rotating.
(The ON/OFF button does not react.)
It is rotated by the foot pedal
(Optional).
Release your foot from the
foot pedal (Optional) to
stop, or pull out the plug
of the foot pedal
(Optional).
L> Warranty
Manufacturers warrant products to the original purchaser against defects in material and workmanship under normal practices of installation, use and servicing.
The X-SMART control unit, motor handpiece and contra angle are guaranteed for 24 months from
the date of purchase.
The accessories (battery, stand) are not covered under the warranty.
In case the product fails within 30 days from the date of installation, immediately contact your dealer (have relevant proof of purchase ready).
M> Disposing Product
PLEASE DO NOT THROW AWAY !
this product and all its components must absolutely
be recycled through your supplier.
Specifications may be changed without notice.
N> Other Symbols
Caution : See directions for use
Opened packages are not replaced
Can not be sold separately
plastic
Batch code / Lot number
Serial number
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