Product Information - Diplomat Adept DA370

Product Information - Diplomat Adept DA370
DIPLOMAT DENTAL s.r.o.
Vrbovská cesta 17
921 01 Piešťany
SLOVENSKO
PRODUCT INFORMATION
DENTAL UNIT
DIPLOMAT ADEPT DA 370
DIPLOMAT ADEPT DA 380
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
DA 370, DA 380
CONTENTS
1. ABOUT .................................................................................................................................................................... 3
DA 380 CART ............................................................................................................................................................. 3
2. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION .................................................................................................................................. 4
3. TECHNICAL DATA ............................................................................................................................................... 4
4. GENERAL DESCRIPTION AND DIMENSIONS OF DA 370 DENTAL UNIT .............................................. 5
GENERAL DESCRIPTION AND DIMENSIONS OF DA 380 DENTAL UNIT .................................................. 6
GENERAL DESCRIPTION AND DIMENSIONS OF DA 380 CART .................................................................. 7
4.1 Unit plate ............................................................................................................................. 8
5. PRE-INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS .......................................................................................................... 8
5.1 Environmental conditions .................................................................................................. 8
5.2 Utilities ................................................................................................................................ 8
5.3 Floor surface....................................................................................................................... 9
5.4 Environment ..................................................................................................................... 10
6. ASSEMBLY AND INSTALLATION .................................................................................................................. 10
7 .PUTTING THE UNIT INTO OPERATION ........................................................................................................ 10
8. OPERATING THE UNIT ..................................................................................................................................... 12
8.1Control panel and instrumentation .................................................................................. 12
8.1.1 Symbol description ............................................................................................................................................. 12
8.1.2 Control panel brake button ................................................................................................................................ 19
8.1.3. Setting the Tray – table ..................................................................................................................................... 20
8.1.4 Operating individual instruments ....................................................................................................................... 20
8.3 Spittoon block .................................................................................................................. 38
8.3.1 Assistant’s Instrumentation ................................................................................................................................ 40
8.3.2 Assistant’s panel with Touch Screen .................................................................................................................. 41
8.3.3 Assistant’s instrumentation ................................................................................................................................ 43
8.5 Dental light ........................................................................................................................ 45
8.6 Hygiene ............................................................................................................................. 47
8.7 Headrest manual adjustment ........................................................................................... 47
8.8 Rightside armrest manual adjustment ............................................................................ 47
8.9 Before leaving your workplace ........................................................................................ 48
9. PRODUCT MAINTENANCE .............................................................................................................................. 49
10. CLEANING, DISINFECTION AND DECONTAMINATION ......................................................................... 50
10.1 Disinfecting the internal handpiece tubings ................................................................. 50
10.2 Cleaning and deconaminating aspiration and waste system ...................................... 50
10.4 Cleaning and disinfecting and other parts of the unit ................................................. 52
12. REPAIR SERVICE ............................................................................................................................................ 53
13. CONTENTS OF THE PACKAGE ................................................................................................................... 53
14. WARRANTY ....................................................................................................................................................... 54
ASSEMBLY PLANS ................................................................................................................................................ 54
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1. ABOUT
These Instructions for Use are intended to provide you with a necessary information about
DIPLOMAT ADEPT DA 370 and DA 380 dental units. Please, familiarize yourself with
information provided in this handout before operating the unit. It is expected, that dental unit
will be used by a specialist, familiar with the following instructions for use as well as with the
instructions for any other products and applications that are being used in conjunction with a
unit. To ensure proper operation and peak performance, installations and/or adjustments
should be done by authorized technicians or (licensed) service personnel only. The utility
requirements as well as the installation requirements, specified in DIPLOMAT ADEPT DA
370 and DA 380 Instructions for Use must be observed.
DA 370
DA 380
DA 380 CART
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2. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Diplomat Adept DA 370 and DA 380 are floor mounted dental units with an integrated
patient’s chair. The DA 370 model has an overhead delivery system and DA 380 model has
bottom-led instrument hoses. Diplomat Adept DA 380 dental unit is also available in a Cart
Version. The control panel with instruments and handpieces and console for dental light are
mounted on the top of a supporting base spittoon block. In a special mobile Cart Version
DA380 features a cart-mounted rear delivery system. Handpieces, except for syringe, saliva
ejector, large and small aspirators, polymerizing lamp and intraoral camera (if equipped) are
controlled with the foot controller. On the all-in-one control panel there is a touch screen with
controlling components and x-ray viewer. The handle enables a smooth repositioning of
control panel. Spittoon block is equipped with assistant's control panel and with large and
small aspirators. The spittoon bowl, rinsing and cup-filling spouts are detachable. Large and
small aspirators' tips are also detachable and are disinfection- and sterilization-friendly. As an
optional furnishing, light console-mounted tray tables as well as the monitors with
pantographic holders are available upon request. Both models of Diplomat Adept dental units
have a dental syringe on a control panel.
Caution
Saliva ejector's tips are for single use only. They can not be used persistently.
The following control panel configurations are available:
max. 5 rotary handpieces
max. 6 handpieces with lighting
max. 5 turbines
max. 5 micromotors (max.5 x DC motor, max.2 x MX motor)
min. 1 dental syringe
1 ultrasonic scaler
1 polymerizing lamp (LED)
1 polisher
Important note
For optional and supplementary equipment see current catalogue.
3. TECHNICAL DATA
230V ± 10%
50 Hz ± 2 %
1900 VA + 10%
0,45 - 0,8 MPa
0,3 - 0,6 MPa
210 kg + max.45 kg depending on model
Class I equipment
B type applied parts
25 - 45 °C (with water heater fitted)
1,5 kg
3 kg
Supply voltage
Frequency
Max. power input at 230V/50 Hz
Input air pressure
Input water pressure
Total weight
Type of shock protection
Degree of shock protection
Water temperature for the cup
Tray table recommended max. load
Side table recommended max. load
Dental Chair
Chair seat lifting range
Back rest inclination angle (from vertical position)
Chair seat inclination angle (from horizontal position)
Vertical positioning cycle duration
Backrest positioning cycle duration
Chair swing motion cycle duration
Patient load (EN ISO 6875)
Operating mode
Noise level
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332 ÷ 805 mm  15 mm
13°÷ 97 °  2°
3°÷ 21°  2°
max. 17sec
max. 18 sec
max. 8 sec
max. 200 kg
1 : 16 (cycle: e.g. 25s run, 400s rest)
max. 54 dB
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Caution
To eliminate the risk of electric shock, equipment must be connected to the mains supply
with a reliable connection to protective earth. Operation mode is continuous with intermittent
loading, common to the dental practice. Operating mode ratio for the chair is 1:16, meaning,
e.g. 25 sec. active motor, 400 sec. rest.
4. GENERAL DESCRIPTION AND DIMENSIONS OF DA 370 DENTAL UNIT
1.Spittoon block with assistant‘s console
2.Control panel
3.Foot controller
4.Control panel’s console
5.Dental light
6.Dental light‘s consloe
7.Dental chair
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GENERAL DESCRIPTION AND DIMENSIONS OF DA 380 DENTAL UNIT
1.Spittoon block with assistant‘s console
2.Control panel
3.Foot controller
4.Control panel’s console
5.Dental light
6.Dental light‘s console
7.Dental chair
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GENERAL DESCRIPTION AND DIMENSIONS OF DA 380 CART
1.Spittoon block with assistant‘s console
2.Control panel
3.Foot controller
4.Cart
5.Dental light
6.Dental light‘s console
7.Dental chair
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4.1 Unit plate
1 – designation of the unit type
2 – basic electrical parameters
3 – serial number
4 – production date
5 - mode of operation of the chair
0434
5. PRE-INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
5.1 Environmental conditions
Do not install in the premises with a potential explosion hazard!
5.2 Utilities
Water
It is required to use only pure water with input pressure of 0,3 MPa to 0,6 MPa and with
min.4 l/min. flow rate. Water should contain no particles larger than 50 µm or in case of
occurrence of such 50 the µm advance filter should be installed so the clogging will not occur
(especially important for the pipes with small diameter).
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Using water form a central distribution for instrument cooling
The 5 µm advance filter should be installed. If the water contains more than 50 mg of CaO/l
or 36 mg of MgO/l, a water treatment system should be installed at the connection point to
water distribution. It is strongly required as the hard water can cause the breakdown of the
unit. It is also required to install a water treatment system if you are not using distilled water
for instrument cooling. Use Copper or PE supply tubes for waterline extension after the filter.
A certified main shut-off valve must be installed. (Note: shut-off valve is not supplied with a
unit.) It is also required to install backflow prevention device if the unit is connected to the
communal water distribution (not supplied with the unit).
Air
Oil-free, clean and dry air, with a minimum flow of 55 l/min and a pressure of 0,45 to 0,8
MPa must be used. The manufacturer recommends using copper and PE tubings.
Suction system
Static vacuum index must be measured at the spot and must be within the range of
min. 0,005 MPa (50 mbar) to max. 0,02 MPa (200 mbar). If the static vacuum index is higher
than 0,02 MPa, then suction CONTROL valve should be connected to the suction branch in
order to limit the max. vacuum to 0,02 MPa. This regulating valve is not a part of the kit. The
suction unit must produce the flow rate of at least 450l/min. measured at the spot.
Waste
The waste branch must have continuous slope of min. 1% and min. flow rate of 10l/min. and
must have no sharp bends and sections that might cause backflow. Do not use the same
waste branch in conjunction with another dental unit or a basin! It is allowed to use
polypropylene or cured polyethylene tubes.
Caution
All of the pre-installation and installation operations must be performed in accordance with
the applicable standards of the particular country and in coherence with the valid product
documentation, which any of the authorized representatives of Diplomat possess.
Important note
If the installation of amalgam separator is required by the local regulations, then the cuspidor
block without such must be connected to an external amalgam separator.
Amalgam separator should be installed according to the manufacturer's instructions packed
with the product.
Recommended mains fuse rating
Recommended fuse rating for the supply main is 16A. (If using a circuit breaker, use circuit
breaker "C" type). No other equipment should be connected to the supply main! Max.
electrical power input of dental unit is 1900VA. The supply main must conform to prevailing
local codes. If all the conditions fit the pre-installation requirements, the dental unit can be
installed and connected to the utilities.
Recommendation
The manufacturer recommends using an instantaneous residual-current device with 30mA
sensitivity. Only if installation of RCD does not contradict local regulations.
5.3 Floor surface
The floor must have at least 100mm thick concrete foundation. The floor slope should not
exceed 1%. Antistatic floor is recommended.
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5.4 Environment
Environment temperature range
Relative humidity range
Atmospheric pressure range
from +10° C to +40° C
from 30% to 75 %
from 700 hPa to 1060 hPa
6. ASSEMBLY AND INSTALLATION
Unpacking the unit and inspecting the delivery
Examine the package for any outside indication of damage. If any damage is found do not
open the package and notify the forwarding agent or the
seller immediately. In case no outside damage is found, carefully open the package and
unpack the individual parts of the dental unit. Check all the parts for damage, quantity, etc.
according to the list provided in chapter 13 of this Instruction for Use and according to the
enclosed check-list.
If the touch sense keyboard is the part of package it should be handled especially carefully
while unpacking.
7 .PUTTING THE UNIT INTO OPERATION
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn on compressor and let it pressurize the system
Open central water distribution
Turn on suction system (for cuspidor block configuration with large and small aspirators)
Turn on the main switch - position I, see picture below
Main switch
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The main switch LED lights up and the following data is displayed:
DA 370
08:58
The following indicates that the system is ready to operate. The unit is connected to the
water and air distribution. Three short beeps conform that the unit is ready for work. It is
necessary to wait for approx. 10 minutes until the water is warmed up to the desired
temperature (only if the electrical water heater of the cup filling is installed). Do not take out
any instruments or press keyboard buttons when turning the dental unit on. The foot
controller should be at a zero position.
Caution
Assistant's arm and panel should be positioned so that they do not obstruct dental chair or
dentist’s stool motion (see fig.).
Caution
Except for the saliva ejector, large and small aspirators (depending on modification)
polymerizing lamp and syringe (on the control panel and on the assistant‘s panel) only one
instrument can be in use or taken out at a time. If 2 handpieces are active at a time the
following error message will be displayed:
Warning! Too many
handpieces in use.
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8. OPERATING THE UNIT
8.1Control panel and instrumentation
The touch screen display is readable from any working position.
8.1.1 Symbol description
.
DA 370
08:58
Magnetic clamp for Xray films
Turning the X-Ray viewer On/Off
Use this key to increase display brightness. Clip the x-ray file to the screen with a magnetic
clamp (supplied together with the unit). Press this key again or withdraw a handpiece to
restore previous brightness. You can also turn X-Ray viewer on when a handpiece is not in
the holder.
Cup fill – Water temperature
Press and hold this key for more than 1,5sec. to activate cup filling. Filling cycle duration will
be saved automatically. Use this key to start the cup filling for the preset duration. Press this
key fast to terminate the cup filling cycle without changing preset cycle duation.
Water temperature settings can be found in the SETUP menu. The temperature adjustment
range is from 25°C to 45°C.
If the water heating system is not installed, information on water temperature is not
displayed.
Bowl sviweling – initial position, limiting preset position and programming.
Press and hold this key for more then 1,5 sec. to activate bowl sviweling. Swiveling cycle
duration will be saved automatically. Release the key as the desired bowl position is
reached. Pressing the key activates swiveling of the bowl towards the patient untill the
limiting preset position is reached. For the bowl to return to its home position at the spittoon
block press the button once again. Bowl rinse starts automatically when the bowl is back to
the home position.
Automatic bowl rinse when the bowl reaches “zero position” can be turned off in the Setup
menu. Pressing the button fast during the swivelling cycle will end the cycle without changing
previously set swivel duration.
The bowl swivels untill the limiting (end) position is reached. The arrows on the display
indicate swiveling direction.
Caution
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Do not activate bowl swivelling while the dental chair is in motion!
Bowl rinse
Press and hold this key for more then 1,5 sec. to activate bowl rinse function. Rinsing cycle
duration will be saved automatically. Use this key to start the bowl rinsing cycle for the preset
duration. Press this key fast during the rinsing cycle to terminate the bowl rinsing cycle
without changing preset cycle duation.
Rinsing starts automatically when the bowl is back to the home position.
Main light
Three basic modes of illumination brightness:
Off
Normal mode
Dim mode – suitable for working with dental composites
Press the button to turn the dental light on, press this key subsequently to toggle between
the modes. Press and hold the button to turn the dental light off.
When using the XENOS operating light with the sensor, only the
button is displayed
and the light is controlled manually by means of the sensor (see the Instructions for Use of
the XENOS dental operating light), or of the button
. Press the button to turn the light
on; press the button again shortly to change over the light illuminance. Then press the button
for longer period (ca 2 seconds) to turn the light off.
Indicating the unit type DA 370 or DA 380.
Current time
Unit type
DA 370
08:58
Press to highlight the time icon on the
screen,
then adjust to desired value
and press OK to confirm
Doorbell - press and hold the key to turn the doorbell relay on. (Relay is inbuilt in the
spittoon block).
Chair positioning
Use these keys to adjust the chair position as desired. Adjustment is only possible when
handpieces are in the holders or the foot controller is in the zero position if a handpiece is
withdrawn.
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Chair base up
down
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Chair base down Backrest down Backrest up Toeboard up Toeboard
Saving customized settings/quick key for preset positions.
Use the program key to save your settings or to recall the preset positions.
Saving customized chair position:
Adjust the chair to the desired position using the controls and press the following keys
subsequently:
+
+one of the keys you wish to customize:
,
,
,
,
,
.
Press and hold the button
(for ca. 3sec) until you hear the sound signal: short-long
beeps. This sound signal indicates that the programming mode is now active and you can
now continue chair programming. Please, follow these instructions to ensure that your new
setting will be saved properly.
As every setting is saved, you will hear one long and two short confirmation beeps.
As the setting was not saved, you will hear three long beeps.
Recalling customized settings:
Press the following keys subsequently:
+ one of the keys for which the desired setting was saved.
The dental light turns on automatically when the chair reaches the desired working position
(when repositioning from the Entry-Exit position).
Entry/Exit position
Use this key to adjust the chair into the Entry/Exit position. The main light will be turned off
and spittoon bowl will return to its home position and rinsed automatically.
The key is active only when handpieces are not in use.
Programming Entry position:
Program the Entry position as instructed above, under „Saving customized chair position“,
i.e. press the following keys subsequently:
+
+
.
Press and hold the button (for ca. 3sec) until you hear the sound signal: short-long beeps.
This sound signal indicates that the programming mode is now active and you can now
continue chair programming. Please, follow these instructions to ensure that your new
settings will be saved properly.
As every setting is saved, you will hear one long and two short confirmation beeps.
As the setting was not saved, you will hear three long beeps.
To recall the Entry position simply press
key.
Mouth wash position
Use this key to adjust the chair into the programmed mouth wash position. The key is active
only when handpieces are not in operation.
Programming Mouth wash position:
Program the Mouth wash position as instructed above, under „Saving customized chair
position“,
i.e. press the following keys subsequently:
Press and hold the button
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+
.
(for ca. 3sec) until you hear the sound signal: short-long
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beeps. This sound signal indicates that the programming mode is now active and you can
now continue chair programming. Please, follow these instructions to ensure that your new
settings will be saved properly.
As every setting is saved, you will hear one long and two short confirmation beeps.
As the setting was not saved, you will hear three long beeps.
To avoid the chair collision against the spittoon bowl, the maximum chair’s lifting level
(when in the Mouthwash position) is limited by the factory settings.
To recall the Mouth wash position simply press key
.
Press this key again to adjust the chair back into previous working position.
If the chair motion was interrupted during the mouth wash positioning cycle (caused by
accidental handpiece or control key activation, etc.), press
again to continue
adjustment cycle. Press
key to adjust the chair back into working position. Note: this
adjustment is only possible if the chair has already reached its mouth wash position.
If the chair motion was interrupted during the adjustment back into working position, press
key again to continue adjustment cycle.
Note: As the chair is in the mouth wash position pressing any other key but
, will result
in skipping the adjustment into working position.
Press "Mouthwash" button to recall Mouthwash position. The bowl will start swiveling towards
the patient and dental light will be turned off automatically. The bowl moves back into its
home position and the dental turns on automatically when you adjust the chair back into
working position. Auto functions are active only on spittoons with built-in actuator. For the
manually controlled spittoons: if the spittoon bowl is positioned in such a way that it might
obstruct the chair motion the chair motion will be blocked and you will hear the following
acoustic signal: continuous short beeps. You will need to return the bowl into its home
position manually in order to continue the chair repositioning.
Selection of the memory set of the chair
The chair enables two sets of the program positions of the chair to be stored into the
memory. One set consists of six user positions 1 - 6, getting-on position and rinsing position.
To select the desired set, press and hold the
button until you hear an audible signal (
ca 3 seconds) and then choose the desired set by means of the
button or the
button. The chosen set is indicated at the right top corner of the button with a number
in a circle, i.e.
, or
.
Anti-shock position (Trendelenburg position)
Press this button to adjust the chair into Anti-shock position. The position's parameters are
pre-set and cannot be changed. The bowl returns into its home position automatically when
the Anti-shock is being recalled (only for spittoons with built-in actuator). For the manually
controlled spittoons: if the spittoon bowl is positioned in such a way that it might obstruct the
chair motion the chair motion will be blocked and you will hear the following acoustic signal:
continuous short beeps. You will need to return the bowl into its home position manually in
order to continue the chair repositioning.
Caution
The programming key
is active only within 4 seconds after been pressed, i.e. the
successive key should be pressed within 4 seconds to enable programming. Otherwise, the
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becomes inactive and should be pressed again.
Before lifting the chair (or adjusting its position when already elevated to the upper
track) make sure, the spittoon bowl is in its home position.
If the bowl is positioned in such a way that it obstructs the chair motion the chair motion will
be blocked automatically and the following error message will be displayed E10-BOWL.
Note, that any chair adjustments that require upward motion are impossible until the spittoon
bowl is at its home position. Blocking is indicated by repeating short beeps. These beeps will
not stop until the bowl is in its home position. Then the chair repositioning will restart. Do not
reposition the bowl during the chair adjustment cycle - it results in chair motion blocking! In
this case blocking is indicated by short – long – short – long – short beeps. If the spittoon
bowl is controlled by engine (motor) then the spittoon bowl rotates away automatically.
Bring the bowl back into its home position and then continue chair adjustment cycle. If any
object passes against the chair while it is travelling, chair's motion will be terminated and
reversed to prevent damage (reverse motion is not activated anytime the backrest collides
against an obstacle). Reverse motion will continue until the safety brake switch is released
from an obstacle or until the chair will travel to its end-position (if the safety brake switch is
not released). This reverse cycle is accompanied by the warning sound - repeating long
beep.
Safety brake secures the chair motion downwards, back rest motion backwards and collision
against the assistant’s panel. In the event of collision against the assistant's panel the error
message !! Chair Collision !! – chair motion is blocked accompanied by the sound signal
- 2 long beeps is displayed. In this case, “Reverse motion” of a dental chair is not activated.
In order to avoid collisions and possible assistant’s panel damage, the manufacturer
recommends positioning the assistant's panel (before repositioning the chair!) in such a way
that it will not obstruct the chair motion.
In case the chair is not maintained properly, an error message will be displayed to inform the
user that a problem occurred.
You may receive either of the following error messages:
E01-EEC
RAM error
E02-EEW
an error occurred while trying to save your setting into unit’s internal
memory
E03-MOT1
motor1 error
E04-MOT2
motor2 error
E05-MOT3
motor3 error
E06-RNG1
motor1– preset speed limit exceeded
E07-RNG2
motor2– preset speed limit exceeded
E08-RNG3
motor3– preset speed limit exceeded
E09-RNGA
autosetup error
E10-BOWL
chair repositioning is impossible because of the bowl position
E12-COMM
error in serial communication
E13-CON1
cabling error pot1 – fault/disconnection
E14-CON2
cabling error pot2 – fault/disconnection
E15-CON3
cabling error pot3 – fault/disconnection
E16-SSW
chair safety brake is squeezed
E17-ASET
autoset did not complete correctly
Alarm
Serves as a reminder and has a countdown timer function. Available settings: from 30sec 1min - 2min - 4min to 16min (factory preset is 2mins). Use the key to start countdown. To
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disable countdown press the key again.
Foot control battery status
This status bar is shown on the display when using wireless foot controller and displays the
current battery percentage:
- battery is empty
- 33% full
- 66% full
- 100% full
Setup menu
Setup menu. Tab 1
Setup
Nastavenie funkcie
ľavého tlačidla pedálu
Prog L
Prog R
Alarm
Keypad tone
Water Cup
Language
Hygiene Dur.
Water heating
Rinse
Chipbl
02:00
01
37 °C
English
10 m.
Off
Programming the bottom left lever of the
foot controller
Programming the bottom right lever of the
foot controller
Alarm time setup
Keypad tone volume setup
Patient’s cup water temperature setup (if
heating system installed)
Language bar
Setting the Hygiene cycle duration/if
equipped with Hygiene system
Setting up Water temperature for
handpieces (if boiler is installed).
If the Hygiene system (available upon request only) is not installed on the unit, menu bar
Hygiene Duration is inactive and the time status is not displayed (-).
If the water heater for the patient's cup is not installed, than menu bar "Water for the Cup" is
inactive and the temperature is not displayed (- - -).
If the water heating system was not installed (upon request only), the menu bar Water
heating is inactive and (- - -) symbols are displayed.
Warm water can reach the handpiece only after remaining cold water would be poured out
from the hose completely.
Setup menu. Tab 2
Setup
ody pre nástroje
Light intensity
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Info / SW version number individual modules/
Programming the Left (L) lever of the foot controller.
Setup
Prog L
Chipbl
Setup
Prog L
On/Off
Setup
Prog L Rever/Rever.
Setup
Prog L
Lighting
Setup
Prog L
Main Light
Chipblower is On
Instrument cooling is On/Off
Reverse mode for micromotors/ENDO
mode for scaler
Handpiece lighting is On
Main light is ON
Setup
Prog L
Doorbell
Setup
Prog L
Cup
Doorbell is On
Cup filling
Setup
Prog L
Rinse
Setup
Prog L
Prog+
Setup
Prog L
Without f.
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Switching of the programs for the
selected instrument
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Programming the Right (R) lever of the foot controller.
(Program the Right lever as instructed above for the Left lever)
Setup
Prog R
Chipbl
Chipblower is On
Parameter Adjustment instructions:
Press the icon of the desired parameter on the display. Choose the desired value or function
using keys
,
. Press
to confirm.
Toggle between Setup Menu tabs 1 and 2.
Setup menu
Info / Software version, etc./
Back to the main menu
Increasing parameter value
Confirms parameter programming
Decreasing parameter value
Cancelling programming without saving
8.1.2 Control panel brake button
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Use the break button located on the handle to unblock the control panel. Move the
control panel vertically untill the desired position is reached. Release the break
button. The control panel is now fixed in the chosen working position.
8.1.3. Setting the Tray – table
The stainless tray is removable from the holder (see fig. on the
right). Also the plastic trays with stainless dishes are available
upon request. Maximum loading capacity of the tray is 1,5 kg.
8.1.4 Operating individual instruments
Control panel
In addition to below listed instructions, please, reference the manufacturers' user guides that
came with handpieces and accessories.
Syringe
The syringe activates automatically after withdrawal from the holder. For air press the right
button, for water rinse press the left button and for spray press both buttons simultaneously.
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DC Micromotor
Display for DC micromotors
DC Motor 1
P = 50% max
T = 100%
Water = 60%
Prog 0
!Oil!
reverse
lighting
Motor activates automatically after withdrawal from the holder. The setup menu/current
settings will appear on the display.
 P = 50 % max - output
Use 50 % key along with - < / > + keys to adjust to the desired value. To save the

adjusted value: press OK to confirm the changes and then press key
to save
the settings.
Prog 0 – number of settings (0 – 9).
Maximum 10 customized settings can be saved in the memory. To choose the setting,
press Prog key along with - < / > + keys. Select a number (0-9) you wish to assign for
that setting and then adjust the desired parameters for the setting. To save the
settings into the unit's internal memory: press OK to confirm the changes and then
press key
to save the settings.
Keep in mind, that while a handpiece is withdrawn any change of setup parameter will
be saved automatically (even if the
key has not been pressed). Settings will
remain until you change them in the handpiece program (Prog 0 – 9) even after a
system reboot. Press Prog if you want to return to standard settings. If you want to
save the setting permanently for the corresponding program, then adjust desired
settings and press
key.
15% – preset fixed output value. Use this key to set P = 15% max.
50% – preset fixed output value. Use this key to set P = 50% max.
100% – preset fixed output value. Use this key to set P = 100% max.

Torque = 100 % - maximal torque rate
Use 100 % key along with - < / > + keys to adjust to the desired value. To save the
adjusted value: press OK to confirm the changes and then press key
the settings.
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Water = 60 % - amount of water coolant.
Use 60 % key along with - < / > + keys to adjust to the desired value. To save the
adjusted value: press OK to confirm the changes and then press key
to save
the settings.
Water coolant – water coolant is active, subsequent pressing will activate another
cooling mode:
Spray = xx % - spray coolant is active
Use xx % key along with - < / > + keys to adjust water coolant amount for the
handpiece. To save the adjusted value: press OK to confirm the changes and then
press key
to save the settings.
Spray coolant – (air & water) spray coolant is active, subsequent pressing will
activate another cooling mode:
Cooling off – cooling mode is off, subsequent pressing will activate another cooling
mode:
Air coolant – air coolant mode is active
Lighting – handpiece lighting is On/Off
Use this key to turn handpiece lighting on – ON.
Subsequent pressing will turn handpiece lighting off – OFF
Reverse – use this key to reverse micromotor’s direction. Icon R on display confirms
that rotation direction has been changed. The key is active only when the levers of
the foot controller are in zero-position.
Chip ON – Auto Chipblower is on. This function sets a jet of a cooling air through the
handpieces (duration: cca 0,5s) automatically as soon as the foot controller
lever/pedal reaches its zero-position. Press the key to disable the function:
Chip OFF – Auto Chipblower function is off. Press this key to return to the Chip Delay
mode.
Foot controller is in the analog mode
This symbol indicates that the foot controller is working in the Analog (Continuous)
mode, i.e. the value is directly dependant on the pressure exerted on the pedal. Press
this key to switch to another mode:
Foot controller is in the discrete mode
This symbol indicates ON/OFF modes, i.e. parameter value is independent from the
pressure exerted on the pedal and is set to max. preset value as the pedal is
activated and remains at a preset value at any pedal position. Press this key again to
return to the Analog working mode.
OK
Ending parameter edit
When adjusting parameter's value, keep in mind, that if the corresponding key has not been
pressed for more than 4 seconds, the key will become inactive. Press the key again for
reactivation.
Withdraw the micromotor from the holder and move the lever of the foot controller to the
right/press the pedal of the multi-functional foot controller for activation.
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To turn micromotor off release the pedal/lever and bring it to the zero-position. It is
recommended to run CHIPBLOWER function after each use. Use - < / > + keys to adjust the
output value in a range of 0-100% when the micromotor is withdrawn and idle (the foot
controller lever/pedal has to be in its max. position). If the handpiece is in use, the output
value can also be adjusted from 0 to maximum by pressing the lever/pedal of the foot
controller in the Analog mode.
The message !Oil! and sound alert indicate that it is necessary to lubricate the micromotor.
Press the "!Oil!" icon to submit the lubrication and disable the alert, otherwise this message
will keep on appearing every time you use the micromotor.
Mikromotor AC - MX, MX2, MCX (Bien-Air)
Display for MX micromotors
AC Motor 1
RPM: 40 000
Prog 0
1:1
T = 3,50 Ncm
Water = 60%
atf = 3,5s
!Oil!
Working mode
Activate the motor by withdrawing from the holder. The setup menu will appear on the
display.
 Prog 0 - number of saved settings (0 – 9).
Maximum 10 customized settings can be saved in the memory. To choose the setting
press Prog key along with - < / > + keys. Select a number (0-9) you wish to assign for
that setting and then adjust the desired parameters for the setting. To save the
settings into the unit's internal memory: press OK to confirm the changes and then
press key
to save the settings.
Keep in mind, that while a handpiece is withdrawn any change of setup parameter will
be saved automatically (even if the
key has not been pressed). Settings will
remain until you change them in the handpiece program (Prog 0 – 9) even after a
system reboot. Press Prog if you want to return to standard settings. If you want to
save the setting permanently for the corresponding program, then adjust desired
settings and press

key.
1 : 1 – rotation transmission ratio
Use 1:1 key along with - < / > + keys to adjust to the desired value. To save the
adjusted value: press OK to confirm the changes and then press key
the settings.
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Speed ratio: 1:5; 1:4; 1:2; 1:1; 2:1; 7:1; 10:1; 20:1; 30:1; 100:1; 128:1. RPM and
torque values convert according to the chosen ratio automatically.
RPM = 40000 – rotations per minute value
Use 40000 key along with - < / > + keys to adjust to the desired value. To save the

adjusted value: press OK to confirm the changes and then press key
to save
the settings.
Displayed value depends on the currently set speed ratio.
Actual RPM number is displayed when micromotor is in operation.
T : 3,50 Ncm – preset torque limit (0,35 – 3,50 Ncm at 1:1)
Use 3,50 key along with - < / > + keys to adjust to the desired value. To save the
adjusted value: press OK to confirm the changes and then press key
to save
the settings.
Displayed value depends on the currently set speed ratio.
Working mode – use this key to toggle between Normal / ARev / Afor working modes
Normal mode - Normal
MX motor require identical handling as any other micromotor, except the fact that the RPM
and torque limits are adjustable. Use T key for adjustment. To save the adjusted value: press
OK to confirm the changes and then press key
to save the settings.
Auto-reverse mode - ARev
The micromotor reverses direction when the file reaches the torque limit (counter clockwise
rotation) untill the foot controller lever is released. Change of rotation is indicated by blinking
handpiece lighting and icon R on the display. To save the adjusted value: press OK to
confirm the changes and then press key
to save the settings.
Auto-forward mode - AFor
The micromotor reverses direction (counter clockwise rotation) when the torque limit is
reached and continues backward rotation for the preset period of time, e.g. atf = 3,5 s, then
changes back to forward (clockwise) rotation again. This cycle repeats itself until the lever of
the foot controller is released. Change of rotation is indicated by blinking handpiece lighting
and icon R on the display and sound signals during atf period. This mode allows reverse
function timed setting: x,x s. Use 3,5 s key along with - < / > + keys to adjust to the desired
value. To save the adjusted value: press OK to confirm the changes and then press key
to save the settings.
5000 – preset fixed RPM. Use this key to set
RPM = 5000. Displayed value depends on the currently set transmission ratio.
20000 – preset fixed RPM. Use this key to set
RPM = 20000. Displayed value depends on the currently set transmission ratio.
40000 – preset fixed RPM. Use this key to set
RPM = 40000. Displayed value depends on the currently set transmission ratio.
Water = 60 % - amount of water coolant.
Use 60 % key along with - < / > + keys to adjust to the desired value. To save the
adjusted value: press OK to confirm the changes and then press key
the settings.
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Water coolant – water coolant is active, subsequent pressing will activate another
cooling mode:

Spray = xx % - spray coolant is active
Use xx % key along with - < / > + keys to adjust handpiece water coolant amount. To
save the adjusted value: press OK to confirm the changes and then press key
to save the settings.
Spray coolant – spray coolant is active, subsequent pressing will activate another
cooling mode:
Cooling off – cooling mode is off, subsequent pressing will activate another cooling
mode:
Air coolant – air coolant mode is active
Lighting – handpiece lighting is On/Off
Use this key to turn handpiece lighting on – ON.
Subsequent pressing will turn handpiece lighting off – OFF
Light intensity can be adjusted in the Setup menu.
Reverse – use this key to reverse micromotor’s direction. Icon R on display confirms
that rotation direction has been changed. The key is active only when the levers of
the foot controller are in zero-position.
Chip ON – Auto Chipblower is on. This function sets a jet of a cooling air through the
handpieces (duration: cca 0,5s) automatically as soon as the foot controller
lever/pedal reaches its zero-position. Press the key to disable the function:
Chip OFF
Chipblower function is off. Press this key to return to the Chip Delay mode.
Foot controller is in the analog mode
This symbol indicates that the foot controller is working in the Analog (Continuous)
mode, i.e. the value is directly dependant on the pressure exerted on the pedal. Press
this key to switch to another mode:
Foot controller is in the discrete mode
This symbol indicates ON/OFF modes, i.e. parameter value is independent from the
pressure exerted on the pedal and is set to max. preset value as the pedal is
activated and remains at a preset value at any pedal position. Press this key again to
return to the Analog working mode.
OK
Ending parameter edit
When adjusting parameter's value, keep in mind, that if the corresponding key has not been
pressed for more than 4 seconds, the key will become inactive. Press the key again for
reactivation. Withdraw the micromotor from the holder and move the lever of the foot
controller to the right/press the pedal of the multi-functional foot controller. To turn
micromotor off release the pedal/lever and bring it to the zero-position. It is recommended to
run CHIPBLOWER function after each use.
Use - < / >+ keys to adjust the output value in a range of 0-100% when the micromotor is
withdrawn and idle (the foot controller lever/pedal has to be in its max. position). If the
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handpiece is in use, the output value can also be adjusted from 0 to maximum by pressing
the lever/pedal of the foot controller in the Analog mode.
The message !Oil! and sound signal indicate that it is necessary to lubricate the micromotor.
Press the "Oil" icon to submit the lubrication and disable the alert, otherwise this message
will keep on appearing every time you use the micromotor.
The current condition and status of the MX micromotor are shown on the display. The
following error messages can occur:
Error - Utilities
Motor is Not Connected
Overvoltage
Undervoltage
Overheat
Call the Service
*Note
Displayed symbols and available setup configurations depend on the type of the
micromotor you are using. Read the manufacturer’s documentation carefully to learn
about all the features of the corresponding motor type.
Mikromotor AC – NLX (NSK)
Display for MX micromotors
AC Motor 1
RPM: 40 000
Prog 0
1:1
T = 4,00 Ncm
Water = 60%
atf = 1,0s
!Oil!
Working mode
Activate the motor by withdrawing from the holder. The setup menu will appear on the
display.
 Prog 0 - number of saved settings (0 – 9).
Maximum 10 customized settings can be saved in the memory. To choose the setting
press Prog key along with - < / > + keys. Select a number (0-9) you wish to assign for
that setting and then adjust the desired parameters for the setting. To save the
settings into the unit's internal memory: press OK to confirm the changes and then
press key
to save the settings.
Keep in mind, that while a handpiece is withdrawn any change of setup parameter will
be saved automatically (even if the
key has not been pressed). Settings will
remain until you change them in the handpiece program (Prog 0 – 9) even after a
system reboot. Press Prog if you want to return to standard settings. If you want to
save the setting permanently for the corresponding program, then adjust desired
settings and press
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1 : 1 – rotation transmission ratio
Use 1:1 key along with - < / > + keys to adjust to the desired value. To save the
adjusted value: press OK to confirm the changes and then press key
to save
the settings.
Speed ratio: 1:5; 1:4; 1:2; 1:1; 2:1; 7:1; 10:1; 20:1; 30:1; 100:1; 128:1. RPM and
torque values convert according to the chosen ratio automatically.
RPM = 40000 – rotations per minute value
Use 40000 key along with - < / > + keys to adjust to the desired value. To save the

adjusted value: press OK to confirm the changes and then press key
to save
the settings.
Displayed value depends on the currently set speed ratio.
Actual RPM number is displayed when micromotor is in operation.
T : 4,00 Ncm – preset torque limit (0,29 – 4,00 Ncm at 1:1)
Use 4,00 key along with - < / > + keys to adjust to the desired value. To save the
adjusted value: press OK to confirm the changes and then press key
to save
the settings.
Displayed value depends on the currently set speed ratio.
Working mode – use this key to toggle between Normal / ARev / Afor working modes
Normal mode - Normal
MX motor require identical handling as any other micromotor, except the fact that the RPM
and torque limits are adjustable. Use T key for adjustment. This model has a preset torque:
4, 00 Ncm. RPM can be adjusted within the following range: 1000 – 40000 (1:1 ratio).
Auto-reverse mode - ARev
The micromotor reverses direction when the file reaches the torque limit (counter clockwise
rotation) untill the foot controller lever is released. Change of rotation is indicated by blinking
handpiece lighting and icon R on the display. To save the adjusted value: press OK to
confirm the changes and then press key
to save the settings. R symbol on the display
indicates reversed rotation. Torque limit can also be adjusted while in this mode. RPM can
be adjusted within the following range: 100 – 5000 (1:1 ratio).
Auto-forward mode - AFor
The micromotor reverses direction (counter clockwise rotation) when the torque limit is
reached and continues backward rotation for the preset period of time, e.g. atf = 1,0 s, then
changes back to forward (clockwise) rotation again. This cycle repeats itself until the lever of
the foot controller is released. Change of rotation is indicated by blinking handpiece lighting
and icon R on the display and sound signals during atf period. This mode allows reverse
function timed setting: x,x s. Use 1,0s key along with - < / > + keys to adjust to the desired
value. To save the adjusted value: press OK to confirm the changes and then press key
to save the settings.
5000 – preset fixed RPM. Use this key to set
RPM = 5000. Displayed value depends on the currently set transmission ratio.
20000 – preset fixed RPM. Use this key to set
RPM = 20000. Displayed value depends on the currently set transmission ratio.
40000 – preset fixed RPM. Use this key to set
RPM = 40000. Displayed value depends on the currently set transmission ratio.
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The parameter changes for 5000 when motor is in ARev or AFor modes (1:1 ratio).
Water = 60 % - amount of water coolant.
Use 60 % key along with - < / > + keys to adjust to the desired value. To save the

adjusted value: press OK to confirm the changes and then press key
to save
the settings.
Water coolant – water coolant is active, subsequent pressing will activate another
cooling mode:
Spray = xx % - spray coolant is active
Use xx % key along with - < / > + keys to adjust handpiece water coolant amount. To
save the adjusted value: press OK to confirm the changes and then press key
to save the settings.
Spray coolant – spray coolant is active, subsequent pressing will activate another
cooling mode:
Cooling off – cooling mode is off, subsequent pressing will activate another cooling
mode:
Air coolant – air coolant mode is active
Lighting – handpiece lighting is On/Off
Use this key to turn handpiece lighting on – ON.
Subsequent pressing will turn handpiece lighting off – OFF
Light intensity can be adjusted in the Setup menu.
The lighting remains on for 3 sec. approx. after the instrument has been turned off.
The lighting remains on for 10 sec. approx. after the Chipblower function has been
activated. Occasional lighting flashing might occur while Chipblower is running. This
does not indicate any breakdowns.
Reverse – use this key to reverse micromotor’s direction. Icon R on display confirms
that rotation direction has been changed. The key is active only when the levers of
the foot controller are in zero-position.
Chip ON – Auto Chipblower is on. This function sets a jet of a cooling air through the
handpieces (duration: cca 0,5s) automatically as soon as the foot controller
lever/pedal reaches its zero-position. Press the key to disable the function:
Chip OFF
Chipblower function is off. Press this key to return to the Chip Delay mode.
Foot controller is in the analog mode
This symbol indicates that the foot controller is working in the Analog (Continuous)
mode, i.e. the value is directly dependant on the pressure exerted on the pedal. Press
this key to switch to another mode:
Foot controller is in the discrete mode
This symbol indicates ON/OFF modes, i.e. parameter value is independent from the
pressure exerted on the pedal and is set to max. preset value as the pedal is
activated and remains at a preset value at any pedal position. Press this key again to
return to the Analog working mode.
OK
Ending parameter edit
When adjusting parameter's value, keep in mind, that if the corresponding key has not been
pressed for more than 4 seconds, the key will become inactive. Press the key again for
reactivation. Withdraw the micromotor from the holder and move the lever of the foot
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controller to the right/press the pedal of the multi-functional foot controller. To turn
micromotor off release the pedal/lever and bring it to the zero-position. It is recommended to
run CHIPBLOWER function after each use. Use - < / > + keys to adjust the output value in a
range of 0-100% when the micromotor is withdrawn and idle (the foot controller lever/pedal
has to be in its max. position). If the handpiece is in use, the output value can also be
adjusted from 0 to maximum by pressing the lever/pedal of the foot controller in the Analog
mode. The message !Oil! and sound signal indicate that it is necessary to lubricate the
micromotor.
Press the "Oil" icon to submit the lubrication and disable the alert, otherwise this message
will keep on appearing every time you use the micromotor.
When working with AC-motors you can see its current status on the display. In case any
error occures one of the following messages will be displayed: Error
E0 – HW Error or
E1 – SW Error, or
E2 – Low Speed, or
E3 – Fault, or
E4 – Overheat, or
E5 – Over Voltage, or
E6 – Led error1, or
E7 – DC bus, or
E8 – Rotor locking, or
E9 – Motor startup, or
EA – Led output, or
ED – Out of control, or
EE – Eeprom data
+ msg
Call your service!
If there is more than one error at the time, errors will be displayed as a numeric code:
xxx/xxx.
Turbine
Display for turbine
Turbine 1
P = 100% max
Prog 0
Water = 60%
!Oil!
Activate the turbine by withdrawing from the holder. The setup menu will appear on the
display.
 Prog 0 - number of set parameters (0 – 9).
Maximum 10 customized settings can be saved in the memory. To choose the setting
press Prog key along with - < / > + keys.
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Select a number (0-9) you wish to assign for that setting and then adjust the desired
parameters for the setting. To save the settings into the unit's internal memory: press
OK to confirm the changes and then press key
to save the settings.
Keep in mind, that while a handpiece is withdrawn any change of setup parameter will
be saved automatically (even if the
key has not been pressed). Settings will
remain until you change them in the handpiece program (Prog 0 – 9) even after a
system reboot. Press Prog if you want to return to standard settings. If you want to
save the setting permanently for the corresponding program, then adjust desired


settings and press
key.
P = 100%max – output value
Water = 60 % - water coolant amount
Use 60 % key along with - < / > + keys to adjust to the desired value. To save the
adjusted value: press OK to confirm the changes and then press key
the settings.


to save
Water coolant – water coolant is active, subsequent pressing will activate another
cooling mode:
Spray = xx % - spray coolant is active
Use xx % key along with - < / > + keys to adjust handpiece water coolant amount. To
save the adjusted value: press OK to confirm the changes and then press key
to save the settings.
Spray coolant – spray coolant is active, subsequent pressing will activate another
cooling mode:
Cooling off – cooling mode is off, subsequent pressing will activate another cooling
mode:
Air coolant – air coolant mode is active
Lighting – handpiece lighting is On/Off
Use this key to turn handpiece lighting on – ON.
Subsequent pressing will turn handpiece lighting off – OFF
Foot controller is in the analog mode
This symbol indicates that the foot controller is working in the Analog (continuous)
mode, i.e. the value is directly dependant on the pressure exerted on the pedal. Press
this key to switch to another mode:
Foot controller is in discrete mode
This symbol indicates ON/OFF modes, i.e. parameter value is independent from the
pressure exerted on the pedal and is set to max. preset value as the pedal is
activated and remains at a preset value at any pedal position. Press this key again to
return to the Analog working mode.
OK
Ending parameter edit
When adjusting parameter's value, keep in mind, that if the corresponding key has not been
pressed for more than 4 seconds, the key will become inactive. Press the key again for
reactivation.
Withdraw the turbine from the holder and move the lever of the foot controller to the
right/press the pedal of the multi-functional foot controller for activation. To turn the turbine
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off release the pedal/lever and bring it to the zero-position. It is recommended to run
CHIPBLOWER function after each use. The output value of the turbine cannot be adjusted!
The message !Oil! and sound signal indicate that it is necessary to lubricate the turbine.
Press the "Oil" icon to submit the lubrication and disable the alert, otherwise this message
will keep on appearing every time you use the turbine.
Note
The lighting turns off automatically as the turbine or micromotor are placed back in the
holders. Micromotor or turbine can be placed in the holder only when they are inactive
(pedal/lever of the foot controller is in zero position).
Ultrasonic Scaler
Types of displays for ultrasonic scalers (depending upon model)
Scal
P = 100% max
Prog 0
Water = 60%
Scal
P = 100% max
Prog 0
Water = 60%
Activate the scaler by withdrawing from the holder. The setup menu will appear on the
display.
 Prog 0 - number of set parameters (0 – 9).
Maximum 10 customized settings can be saved in the memory.
To choose the setting press Prog key along with - < / > + keys. Select a number (0-9)
you wish to assign for that setting and then adjust the desired parameters for the
setting. To save the settings into the unit's internal memory: press OK to confirm the
changes and then press key
to save the settings.
Keep in mind, that while a handpiece is withdrawn any change of setup parameter will
be saved automatically (even if the
key has not been pressed). Settings will
remain until you change them in the handpiece program (Prog 0 – 9) even after a
system reboot. Press Prog if you want to return to standard settings. If you want to
save the setting permanently for the corresponding program, then adjust desired
settings and press

key.
P = 100 % max – scaler output
Use 100 % key along with - < / >+ keys to adjust to the desired value. To save the
adjusted value: press OK to confirm the changes and then press key
the settings.
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30% / 100% - use this key to toggle between output settings
Working mode SP 4055:
scaler – normal mode
endo - endo mode
paro – paro mode
To confirm and save the working mode: press the desired mode key, then press OK
to confirm the changes and

key to save the settings.
Water = 60 % - water coolant amount
Use 60 % key along with - < / > + keys to adjust to the desired value. To save the
adjusted value: press OK to confirm the changes and then press key
the settings.



to save
Water coolant – water coolant is active, pressing key for a second time will disable
the cooling.
Cooling OFF – cooling is off.
Foot controller analog mode
This symbol indicates that the foot controller is working in the Analog (Continuous)
mode, i.e. the value is directly dependant on the pressure exerted on the pedal. Press
this key to switch to another mode:
Foot controller discrete mode
This symbol indicates ON/OFF modes, i.e. parameter value is independent from the
pressure exerted on the pedal and is set to max. preset value as the pedal is
activated and remains at a preset value at any pedal position. Press this key again to
return to the Analog working mode.
OK
Ending parameter edit
When adjusting parameter's value, keep in mind, that if the corresponding key has not been
pressed for more than 4 seconds, the displayed value will be saved as a setting and the key
will become inactive. Press the key again for reactivation. Use - < / > + keys to adjust the
output value in a range of 0-100% when the scaler is withdrawn and idle (the foot controller
lever/pedal has to be in its max. position). If the handpiece is in use, the output value can
also be adjusted from 0 to maximum preset value by pressing the lever/pedal of the foot
controller in the Analog mode.
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Cauter
Display for Cauter
Cauter
P = 100% max
Activate the Cauter by withdrawing from the holder. The setup menu will appear on the
display.

P = 100 % max – maximum cauter output
Use 100 % key along with - < / > + keys to adjust to the desired value. Press OK to
confirm and save.
Foot controller in the analog mode
This symbol indicates that the foot controller is working in the Analog (Continuous)
mode, i.e. the value is directly dependant on the pressure exerted on the pedal. Press
this key to switch to another mode:
Foot controller in the discrete mode
This symbol indicates ON/OFF modes, i.e. parameter value is independent from the
pressure exerted on the pedal and is set to max. preset value as the pedal is
activated and remains at a preset value at any pedal position. Press this key again to
return to the Analog working mode.
When adjusting parameter's value, keep in mind, that if the corresponding key has not been
pressed for more than 4 seconds, the displayed value will be saved as a setting and the key
will become inactive. Press the key again for reactivation.
Withdraw the cauter from the holder and move the lever of the foot controller to the
right/press the pedal of the multi-functional foot controller for activation.
Use - < / > + keys to adjust the output value in a range of 0-100% when the cauter is
withdrawn and idle (the foot controller lever/pedal has to be in its max. position). If the
handpiece is in use, the output value can also be adjusted from 0 to max. preset value by
pressing the lever/pedal of the foot controller in the Analog mode.
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Polisher
Display for polisher
Leštička
Leštička
Voda = 60%
Voda = 60%
Typ NSK
Typ LM
The setup menu will appear on the display after the polisher is taken from the holder.
Symbols on the menu depend upon the polisher model.
 Water = 60 % - water amount
Use 60 % key along with - < / > + keys to adjust to the desired value. Press OK to
confirm and save.
If the polisher has the function of water amount control, it is anyway recommended to
control the water flow from one position: either to adjust a water amount on 100%
(Water=100%) and control it with the regulator that is on the polisher, or adjust the
polisher regulator to its maximum position and control the water amount supplied to
the unit.
Blow-off
Polisher output
Press the corresponding symbol to adjust polisher output to the desired value.
Instrument blow-off
Use this key to blow off all the dust and clean the polisher. Cycle duration can be
adjusted in the Setup menu (0-30sec). Recommended blow-off cycle duration is 8
sec. It is recommended you run this function every time you stop working with
polisher.
It is advised to place polisher’s tip inside the aspirator’s nozzle to prevent powder
from spewing out.
Instrument rinse
Use this key to rinse polisher with water. Overall cycle duration is 80 sec: 60 sec.–
rinse, 20 sec. – water blowout. It is strongly recommended to run this function after
each patient.
Adjust water regulator to its maximum position and place polisher’s tip in the spittoon
bowl before activating this function.
When adjusting parameter's value, keep in mind, that if the corresponding key has not been
pressed for more than 4 seconds, the displayed value will be saved as a setting and the key
will become inactive. Press the key again for reactivation.
You can use either Chipblower function or Blow-off key (depending on the model) for
cleaning the polisher. For more detailed information on polisher maintenance please read the
corresponding manuals.
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Polymerizing lamp
Display for polymerizing lamp
PLM
After withdrawal from the holder the polymerizing lamp is active and the corresponding icon
is displayed. The lamp does not have adjustment options and has control button on its
handle. Before using polymerizing lamp reference the manual that came with it.
8.2 Foot controller
Entry position
Chair programming/
mouth wash position
Left side button –
chair base up /
programmed setting
kresla
Right side button –iechair
base down /
programmed setting
Lever – light
controller/handpiece
On - initial position
Entry position
UNO foot controller
Bottom Left button –
chair base up /
programmed setting
Nožný ovládač UNO
Pedal – light
controller/handpiece
On - initial position
Joystick chair controller
Chair programming/
mouth wash position
Bottom right button –
chair base down /
programmed setting
Joystick chair control
NOK multi-function foot controller
Use the lever/pedal to activate the instruments and adjust micromotor's RPM (from the
minimum to the maximum preset limit) and scaler's output (from the minimum to the
maximum preset limit). Only if "Analog mode" is active.
Press the pedal all way down to enable adjustment for the handpiece in use.
Press the pedal/lever shortly to turn on the main light, or to toggle between light intensity
modes. Press and hold the pedal/lever for more than 2 sec. to turn off the main light. Only
when all handpieces are in the holder.
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Use ENTRY-EXIT POSITION, CHAIR PROGRAMMING and JOYSTICK buttons to control
the dental chair.
Note, that this function is disabled if any handpiece controlled with a foot controller is active.
The chair control is blocked if a handpiece is in use.
Chair programming/mouth wash button has two functions:
If the handpieces are in the holders - Chair programming function is enabled.
The chair programming mode is identical to keyboard programming, i.e. enter the
corresponding command combination. Note, that the mouth wash position can be
programmed with a keyboard only!!!
If any handpiece is withdrawn - Mouth wash position/Back to the working position function is
enabled. (Press the button to adjust the chair into the mouth wash position, press the button
for the second time to adjust the chair back into working position). Operation rules are the
same as for the keyboard. The button is inactive when the handpiece is in use!
Right (R) and Left (L) bottom side buttons have two functions:
As handpieces are in the holders - "Chair base down" for the left-side button and "Chair base
up" for the right-side button functions are enabled.
As any handpiece is withdrawn - corresponding programmed function (Setup menu).
Never place foot controller on the wet floor! Especially after cleaning the floor surface (PVC)
with cleaning agent!
UNO wireless foot controller
Function and maintenance are similar to the wired foot controllers. The only difference
between wireless and wired controllers is in data transmission between the controller and the
dental unit. When wired controllers transfer the data via the cable, wireless controller
transfers data using radio frequencies.
In order to avoid the accumulator discharge during the transport and stock-keeping the foot
controller will be delivered with the disconnected accumulator. The accumulator has to be
connected to the control electronics before the first using the foot controller.
Process is the service manual for the DC350-DL320 in Sec. R.
Connecting the wireless foot controller to the dental unit.
Transmitter:
The foot controller works on two NiMH 1,2V / 1800-2400 mAh batteries.
The estimated battery life is two months with average use. The flashing red LED on the
transmitter indicates that the batteries are close to the end of their life and need to be
recharged. You can also check the
symbol on the display to find out the current battery
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status. The foot control can still be operated for a couple of hours after the first warning.
However, batteries should be charged as soon as possible. Connect the foot controller to the
dental unit using the cable to recharge the batteries.
Synchronizing the foot controller with the unit while charging:
1. To charge the battery, connect the foot controller to the unit using the cable. The RF-foot
controller can be operated even while charging. Once the foot controller is connected to the
unit, it will take about 3 hours to charge it to 100%. As the charge level reaches 100% the
charging stops automatically.
2. Charge the foot controller using the power adapter: plug the adapter into the
corresponding socket on the footswitch. Plug the power adapter into a working electrical
outlet.
You need to turn off the dental unit before connecting the cable for safety reasons.
The RF-foot controller can be operated even while charging. Once the foot controller is
connected to the unit, it will take about 3 hours to charge it to 100%. As the charge level
reaches 100% the charging stops automatically.
You can also use a power adapter to charge the batteries. Plug the adapter into the
corresponding socket on the footswitch. Foot controller is fully functional while charging.
To avoid possible short-circuits and possible damages to the equipment remember to
plug the connector to the controller first and only then plug the power adaptor into
electrical outlet.
After the batteries are fully charged disconnect the adaptor from the outlet and then
unplug the connector from the controller.
In order to assure a failure free operation of the foot controller the adapter should be
connected and disconnected when the dental unit is switched - out.
It takes
about 3 hours to charge the batteries to 100% also when using adapter. This method
DM20
is very convenient as it does not require any surveillance.
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So the controller can be left charging, for example, overnight to replenish the battery charge.
Foot controller has a self-control function that runs every time the battery is turned on. If
there is any defect in the transmitting element, then the transmitter is not sending data (the
green LED is not blinking when pressing buttons on the foot controller). In such case, foot
controller can still be operated via the cable.
Receiver:
LED
The receiver has two-color LED indication:
 The green LED-diode lights – the receiver is activated and the transmitter is allocated to it.
 The green LED-diode flashes – receiving of a new command signal after changes on the
foot controller.
 The red LED - diode lights – the receiver was not allocated/matched to any transmitter
 The red LED - diode flashes periodically – Indication of the charging necessity of the foot
controller.
The Orange LED light means that red and green LEDs are illuminated simultaneously.
If the signal is lost or receiver does not receive a confirming signal from a transmitter for
a period of 2 seconds the receiver will automatically send a signal identical to Pedal is in the
„zero position“. This will result in active handpiece deactivation.
Every transmitter is equipped by a unique and non-recurring address, that will be set
by the producer. The transmitter is matched with the receiver in the production. If the
transmitter was not matched with the receiver (the red LED-diode on the receiver is
lighting) or after an exchange of the foot controller eventually the receiver it is
necessary to match the foot controller with the receiver at first. (The set up should be
carried out by the service operator according to the appropriate Service instructions).
Technical data:
Operating frequency:
865,4MHz
Emitted power:
-2dBm
Number of channels:
10
Battery charge time:
3 hrs. approx.
Battery life:
2 months min.
Coverage range:
2 meters min. (Depending on the obstacles between the
transmitter and receiver)
8.3 Spittoon block
Spittoon block configuration
Distilled water bottle
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The distilled water bottle is located inside the cuspidor block and can be accessed after the
side door of the spittoon block was opened. Distilled water from the bottle supplies the
micromotor, turbine, ultrasonic scaler, syringe and polisher on the dentist‘s panel and syringe
on the assistant‘s panel.
How to refill distilled water bottle:

turn off the main switch - position „0“

open the door on the spittoon block

screw the water bottle loose

refill the bottle with distilled water

screw the bottle. Avoid air leakage during the work

turn on the main switch, position „I“

check the bottle for air leakage

close the door on the spittoon block
In case of air penetration to the water system caused by low water level in the bottle, it is
recommended to de-aerate water paths of the instruments. It can be done by letting the
water flow through the water paths until there are no traces of air bubbles observed in the
water.
Caution
Use caution when refilling the bottle. Do not allow any substances to penetrate the water. Not
doing so may cause changes in water quality or in its composition. Only distilled water for
medical purposes must be used! Never use water for industrial purposes!
The manufacturer recommends changing the water bottle once a year.
Central water distribution system
It is unnecessary to refill distilled water bottle if
you use water form a central distribution system
for cooling. Make sure the three-position switch is
in the position "CENTRAL". Three-position switch
is located inside the spittoon block. Position
"Central" is designated by faucet symbol.
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8.3.1 Assistant’s Instrumentation
Keyboard
Assistant’s panel with
keyboard
Key
Description
Key
Description
Key
Description
Hygiene
(if installed)
Main light control
Remote Door
opener
Spittoon bowl swivel
(if installed)
Handpiece
disinfection (if
Hygiene system is
installed)
Suction
decontamination
(If Hygiene system
is installed)
Saving
settings/quick key
for programmed
positions
Spittoon bowl rinse
Cup fill
Backrest backward
Chair Base up
Automatic entryexit chair position
Backrest forward
Chair Base down
Buttons identical to those on dentist's control panel have identical functions. The panel can
be supplied with right-side or left-side handle.
Note
It is not possible to control the chair adjustments into/from the mouth wash position and
„swing“ chair motion from membrane keyboard.
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8.3.2 Assistant’s panel with Touch Screen
Auxiliary
holder/module
With a handle on the other side.
Assistant’s panel with Touch
Screen
Auxiliary extension modules (for syringe, polymerizing lamp or intraoral camera) can be
mounted on assistant's panel upon request.
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Symbol Description
Main light control
Use this button to control the main light and toggle between 3 modes: - low intensity,
high intensity and off modes; you need to hold the button for some time until the light
turns off (see 8.1.1).
Auxiliary button (e.g. door opener)
Can be used, e.g., to notify the patients in the waiting room or for remote door opening,
etc. Factory preset: inactive.
Bowl swivel – Press and hold the button for short time to adjust the bowl into the
preset position or into initial position. This function is inactive if the motor is not fitted.
Press and hold the button for some time to move the bowl and to adjust rotation angle.
This function is inactive if the motor is not fitted
Cup fill with temperature indicator
Press and hold the button to set the cup fill cycle duration. Press button fast (0,1-1s) to
start the cup fill cycle for the preset duration. Press this key fast to terminate the cup
filling cycle without changing preset cycle duration. Press the button subsequently to
continue the filling cycle. To change the duration setting hold the button for more than
1,5 sec. Cup filling settings are saved in the memory even after the unit is turned off.
Maximum programmed cup filling time is 55sec.
Bowl Rinse
Settings and functions are identical to the "Cup Fill" button. Maximum programmed
bowl rinse time is 55sec.
Alarm
Press the button to start countdown; when it reaches zero the alarm will beep once.
Setting the alarm time: press 02 : 00 icon, after it is highlighted use the keys + / - to
adjust to desired value. Adjustment range: from 30sec, 1min, 2min, 4min ... to 16min.
Press OK to confirm.
R
Reminder
Use this button to set a reminder. How to set time for reminder: highlight 03 : xx
(hours), then using the keys + / - choose the desired hour, press OK to confirm. Then
highlight
xx : 00 (minutes), then using the keys + / - set the desired time and
press OK to confirm.
Chair positioning
- Chair base up
- Back rest forward
- Chair base down
- Back rest backward
- Toeboard up
- Toeboard down
- Entry/exit position
- Mouth wash position
CHAIR PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS:
Follow the same instructions given for programming the chair from the dentist's control panel.
All operations are identical.
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Water supply for handpieces. Status icons.
- distilled water in is use: bottle is not empty
- distilled water is in use: empty bottle
- water from central distribution is in use
- bottle is depressurized (the unit is not connected to any water source)
8.3.3 Assistant’s instrumentation
Saliva ejector
Lift a saliva ejector from a holder for activation. If the output is insufficient, check and clean
the sieve. Withdraw a handpiece, remove the tip, take out and clean the internal sieve and
assemble back together. Clean the ejector's sieve at least once a day to avoid
contamination.
Return the saliva ejector to the holder to finish the procedure.
Large and small aspirators
Large and small aspirators are activated automatically after lifted from a holder. Return the
aspirator to the holder to turn it off. To control the suction, slide the regulating flap on the
aspirator up or down (in the lowest position suction is shut down). Clean the sieve at the
connection point (aspirators' tubings inlet to the spittoon block) at least once a day. See
chapter 10.2 for details.
METASYS amalgam separator and its signal panel
(Only if the METASYS amalgam separator is installed)
The separator is fitted inside the spittoon block
1. solid green control light – device is ready
2. blinking orange control light indicates separator’s breakdown
3. yellow control light and continuous beeping – critical filling: 95%
full.
Press the ‚restart‘ button to shut down the alert.
When the container is 100% filled alert cannot be turned off and the work
cannot be continued.
Polymerizing lamp
Lift a polymerizing lamp from a holder for activation. Please, consult accompanying
instructions before using the lamp.
Intraoral camera
The camera serves to provide better visualization during the dental treatment and by no
means to establish final diagnosis.
Constituent parts:
 holder
 connector
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camera
Intraoral camera DP7 controlled from the foot controller
After the camera has been taken out of the holder, the foot controller is switched
automatically to the mode for camera control with the following meaning of the controls:
- Cross controller upwards = Image capture button on the camera
- Cross controller downwards = L/M (Life/Memory) button on the camera
- Cross controller to the right = MODE button on the camera
- Cross controller to the left = ROTATE button on the camera
- Memory button = CMC (Clear memory captured) button on the camera
Detailed description of the meaning of the buttons for controlling the camera, see the
accompanying documentation to the camera from the manufacturer.
Caution
The product must be protected against water. Keep it dry!
8.4 Filling indication
The “empty bottle” icon on the both doctor's and assistant's control panels (if equipped with
touch screen) and sound signal indicate that amount of water in the bottle is insufficient and it
needs to be refilled. Bottle refill symbols for the doctor's display are the following:
- distilled water bottle is empty
- bottle for cleaning solution is empty (if hygiene system installed)
- bottle for disinfecting solution is empty (if hygiene system installed)
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DC Motor 1
P = 50% max
Moment = 100%
Voda = 60%
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The
symbol displayed instead of the “Cooling” key and the sound signal indicate the
insufficient water amount in the water bottle (when a handpiece is withdrawn).
8.5 Dental light
Basic unit equipment includes XENOS dental light. Xenos dental light is controlled from a
control panel. Please, consult accompanying instructions before using the dental light.
8.6 CART (only DA 380 – CART version)
The cart with the control panel is connected to the power block by means of a supply
harness in a protective hose. The hose protects the harness against mechanical strain, dust,
humidity, against abrasion and at the same time it forms a supplementary insulation. The
outer sheath of the hose is made of soft PVC. The protective hose contains a built-in inner
coil made of hard PVC, which makes it non-yielding in the event an adult person treads upon
it. However, the manufacturer recommends not to stand on the hose or to place any objects
on it. The protective hose must not be bended to a radius less than 70 mm. To clean the
hose, see the instruction in the chapter „Cleaning, disinfection and decontamination of
other parts of the dental unit“.
Button to control the lift blocking (CART)
In the CART version, the working height of the control panel can be changed within the
range of 200 mm. Grip the control panel (preferably while standing behind it) from the sides
with both hands, while pressing (and holding) with a finger the button located on the bottom
side of the panel, thus unblocking the mechanism of height adjustment. Re-position the
panel gripped in the described way to the desired working height. Block the panel in the
desired height by releasing the mechanism button. ATTENTION – do not lean on the side
tray at the top of the table!
In the CART version, the foot controller can be connected to the socket on the dental chair
or on the cart.
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Socket for the connection of the foot controller to the CART
For the foot controller to function correctly during charging by means of the
interconnecting cable, it is necessary to disconnect (by unplugging from the
connector) the receiver from the dental unit.
When moving the cart, ensure that the connection cable of the foot controller or any
other object does not get in touch with the castors of the cart.
If the foot controller is connected to the socket on the cart, the manufacturer recommends
when moving the cart to disconnect the foot controller or to place it with sufficiently folded
cable in the lower part of the cart (see the illustration).
If the wireless foot controller receiver is connected to the socket on the cart, care should be
taken not to damage it by operating personnel, objects or while handling the cart.
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8.7 Hygiene
"Hygiene" designates the complex disinfection and decontamination the internal handpiece
tubings the dental unit of working tubings and connections. Hygiene system is not a part of
the basic configuration of the unit and is available upon request only. When the unit is not
equipped with a hygiene system, the corresponding icons on the assistant's screen are
crossed out. For more detailed information, please, refer to the "Diplomat ADEPT DA 370/DA
380 Hygiene System".
8.8 Headrest manual adjustment
Manually-adjustable anatomically-designed headrest allows the fixation of the patient's head
in the desired convenient position for the treatment. To adjust to the desired high pull the
headrest up or push it down until it is in the desired position. To adjust its angle release the
adjustment lever (located on the back of the headrest). Use the lever again to fix the position
when the desired angle is reached.
Caution
As you have finished your work it is recommended to loosen the clamp, located at the back
of the headrest.
8.9 Rightside armrest manual adjustment
Rightside armrests for additional patient's comfort are available upon request. Armrest has
two adjustments:
-tilting forward (move no.1)
-tilting down (move no.2)
1
2
To tilt the armrest forward (move no.1)
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Position no.1
CLICK
Position no.4
Position no.3
-Grasp the armrest and rotate it toward the toe from position no.1 to position no.4
-To bring the armrest back into standard position lower it from the position no.4 into position
no.3 and lift it up until you hear "click" sound, confirming that the armrest is locked in place.
To tilt the armrest down (move no.2)
Position no.2
CLICK
Position no.1
Position no.3
-Grasp the armrest and lift it from position no.1 into position no.2, then it can be lowered into
the position no.3
-To bring the armrest back lift it up from the position no.3 until you hear "click" sound,
confirming that the armrest is locked in place.
8.10 Before leaving your workplace
It is important to do the following:
 toggle the main switch to position „0“, to shut down water and air connections and to
depressurize the whole system
 shut off the main water supply at the workplace
 turn off the compressor – open the sludge valve
 turn off the aspirator (depending upon the model)
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9. PRODUCT MAINTENANCE
For appropriate handpieces and instruments maintenance, please, reference the
manufacturer's instructions that came with them. If the cuspidor block is connected to the
central distribution system, check the cleanliness of the strainer and the water hardness
treatment system condition (please, follow the manufacturer's guidelines).
Inspections within the warranty period
It is required to have the dental unit checked by authorized service technician every 3
months within the warranty period.
The inspection focuses on the following:










check the chair's backrest tilting mechanism
check and/or adjust chair's safety components
check the input filters (with regard to the cleanliness of utilities)
check the suction system
check the waste hose
providing additional information and practical advices concerning the dental unit
check if the dental unit and the instruments are used and maintained properly
(according to the Instructions for Use)
the manufacturer estimates the duration of a service check to be approx. from 1 up to
1,5 hours
check and/or adjust all utilities (input, setting of turbine pressures etc.)
authorized service technician is obliged to confirm the periodical inspection in the
warranty card.
Inspection and revision upon the expiration of the warranty period:
It is required to have the dental unit checked by authorized service technician every 6
months.
The following should be done:

complex inspection of the dental unit and its functional parts

check the chair's backrest tilting mechanism

check and/or adjust chair's safety components

check and adjustment of the water and air working pressure

check the input air filter in the spittoon block

check of the integrity of the electronics and wiring (electrical safety)
Electrical safety control
Is performed according to prevailing local codes of the country where the unit is installed.
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10. CLEANING, DISINFECTION AND DECONTAMINATION
10.1 Disinfecting the internal handpiece tubings
It is recommended to use Alpron cleaning agent. A 1% Alpron solution with distilled water is
poured into reservoir for distilled water and can be used continuously. The 1% concentration
is harmless to the patient. The continuous use of Alpron solution helps to keep the cooling
system clean and it is not necessary to use other disinfecting agents. Alpron cleaning agent
is produced by Alpron (Germany). For additional information and purchase details, please,
contact your dealer.
It is required to do the following if you use water from central distribution for instrument
cooling:
1. Fill the distilled water container with an Alpron solution at a 1% concentration with
distilled
water
2. Toggle the 3-position switch to the position designated by "bottle" symbol
3. Rinse the desired handpiece tubings for 30sec, other handpieces connected to water
cooling are rinsed for 10sec
4. Toggle the 3-position switch to the position designated by „CENTRAL“ symbol
Perform this procedure at least once a day, preferably at the end of the shift.
10.2 Cleaning and deconaminating aspiration and waste system
Staff should check the rough filters of the large and small aspirators and saliva ejector and
clean the filters if needed to avoid contamination. Rinse aspirators' and saliva ejectror's
tubings with min. 1dcl of water between each patient.
Detail A
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Detail A) Large and small aspirators‘ sieve location
1
2
1 – large aspirator’s sieve
2 – small aspirator’s sieve
Saliva ejector’s sieve location
SIEVE
Clean the following parts at least once a day (depending upon model):

aspirators’ filter located inside the spittoon block

saliva ejector sieve

spittoon bowl sieve

amalgam catcher inlet filter

spittoon bowl sieve
Aspirators‘ sieve location inside the spittoon block
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If the unit is equipped with suction system, use the cleaning agent recommended for the
particular separator type. For Cattani separators it is recommended to use PULI - JET PLUS
cleaning agent. If the dental unit is configured with Metasys amalgam separator use GREEN
& CLEAN M2 cleaning agent. For DÜRR CAS 1 amalgam separator use OROTOL PLUS
cleaning agent.
Puli – Jet PLUS cleaning agent. Instructions for use.
Separator’s manufacturer recommends disinfecting the suction system at the end of each
working day and cleaning the system at least once in the middle of the day. How to fill the
dozer: place the bottle in the vertical position, preferable on a flat surface. Unscrew the lid
and fill the dozer to the edge by squeezing the bottle gently at the points marked with two
labels (try not to overfill it).
Release the pressure: excessive amount of the liquid returns back to the bottle while the
exact amount (10ml) of the concentrate will remain in the dozer. PULI – JET PLUS at 0,8%
concentration: cleans and disinfects, at 0,4% can be used only as a sanitizing cleaning
agent. For cleaning and disinfection dilute two doses of the dozer (20ml) in 2,5l of warm
water (50°C) and suck this solution through the aspirators and 1l through small aspirator and
pour the rest 0,5l into the bowl. For the regular system cleaning dilute one dose of the dozer
(10ml). Do not rinse. PULI – JET PLUS leaves a residue on the inside of the pipes to prevent
the accumulation of bacterial growth.
Cattani disinfecting anti-foaming tablets for dental aspirators. Instructions for
Use
Even if the unit is regularly and properly cleaned, blood and mucus under negative pressure
create a great amount of foam anyway. This may result in frequent undesired abruption of
suction.
Simply place the tablet (do not remove the protective dissolvable film, that ensures safe
keeping and handling, even though the product is not classified as dangerous) in the filter of
the tip and suck in the small amount of water through it for immediate antifoaming effect.
When placing the tablet in very small slots, protective film should be removed (wear suitable
gloves) and the pill broken in two parts (press along the marked line) to allow insertion of the
two halves into the filter system. As the liquid passes through the tablet will release
disinfecting and anti-foaming agents for the whole working day.
10.3 Instruments and handpieces
Before cleaning a handpiece, please, reference manufacturer’s "Care and maintenance
instructions" that came with it for the accurate information.
10.4 Cleaning and disinfecting and other parts of the unit
Clean the external surfaces of the unit with a wet cloth. Ensure that cleaning products do not
penetrate inside the chair and its mechanism.
Damp surfaces should always be dried with a cloth. Use the Incidin Foam – spray (HENKEL
– ECOLAB) cleaning agent (refer the instructions for use) at least once a day or when the
equipment surface has been contaminated with biological material.
Caution
Never place foot controller on the wet floor! Especially when cleaning the floor surface (PVC)
with cleaning agent! Do not use phenol- and aldehyde-based cleaning agents; they can
permanently damage the structure of varnish and plastic surfaces.
Never use abrasive cleansers, polishers or other detergents containing acetone, trichloro,
perchloro or alcohol (over 10%) because they can permanently scratch or otherwise damage
the upholstery.
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The manufacturer will take no responsibility for the damage resulted from using inappropriate
cleaning agents.
11. EQUIPMENT DISPOSAL
Element
Metal
Plastic
Basic material
Recyclable
material
Steel
Aluminum
PUR
PVC
PA, ABS
Laminated glass
Other plastics
Rubber
Ceramics
Instruments
Electronics
Cables
Copper
Transformator
Amalgam
Filters
separator
Collector with
amalgam
Package
Wood
material
Cardboard
Paper
PUR
Motors
Storable
material
Hazardous
material
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Important Note
Equipment has to be disposed according to the regulations specific to your local area.
Clean the surface, rinse the suction and waste systems, remove the amalgam from the trap
and pass it on to a scrap material collecting facility. It is recommended to hire a specialist for
disposing the unit.
Caution
Not to be disposed of with the communal waste! Waste material can be handed in at
destined places, e.g. electro waste drop-off!
12. REPAIR SERVICE
In case of a breakdown, contact the nearest service centre or your dealer, who will provide
you with information about the service network.
13. CONTENTS OF THE PACKAGE
Standard Configuration
DA 370
Dental chair
Pantograph* of the control panel with the control panel
(*except a CART version)
CART (only DA 380 CART version)
Spittoon block
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Spittoon bowl
Dental light console
Dental light
Foot controller
Tray table
Rightside armrest (upon request)
Side table (upon request)
Monitor holder (upon request)
Monitor (upon request)
Intraoral camera (upon request)
Bottom holder/handle for dental light
Instruments/handpieces, accessories, small parts and completion
sheet, sealed in cardboard
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Accompanying documentation:

Instructions for Use

Warranty Card

Subcontractors‘ manuals

Completion sheet (sealed together with instruments)
14. WARRANTY
The manufacturer covers the warranty in accordance with the warranty card.
The responsibility for any damage is shifted to the buyer after the item has been passed over
to the forwarding agent for expedition and/or after the item is has been received directly by
the buyer.
The information in this Instructions for Use is subject to change subsequently to the further
product innovations without notice.
Caution
The warranty does not cover the damage resulting from misuse or/and failure to maintain the
product in accordance with instructions for use that came with it.
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