Инструкция к аппарату lm propower combiled

Инструкция к аппарату lm propower combiled
LMProPower
CombiLED
USER MANUAL
USER
MANUAL
This manual is valid for:
LM-ProPower 1007274
LM-ProPower 1007375
LM-ProPower 1007274us
LM-ProPower 1007375us
LM-ProPower 1007274jp
LM-ProPower 1007375jp
Important!
Read this manual carefully
before using the product.
How to read this manual
Each chapter starts with a section with general instructions, which is
followed by sections with additional information. First read the general
section and then proceed to the section that applies to your product.
If there are any questions regarding the contents of this manual, please
contact LM-Instruments Oy.
Manufacturer, Marketing and Sales
LM-Instruments Oy
PL 88 (Norrbyn rantatie 8)
FI-21601 Parainen. Finland
Telephone: +358 2 4546 400
Fax: +358 2 4546 444
E-mail: [email protected]
Internet: www.lm-dental.com
Copyright
Copyright 2014 LM-Instruments Oy. All rights reserved. The contents
of this manual may be changed without notice. No part of this manual
may be reproduced in any form or by any means without permission in
writing from LM-Instruments Oy.
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Contents
Safety ..................................................................................... 5
Consignes de securite (Canada) ......................................... 7
1 Unpacking ...................................................................... 9
1.1 General content of delivery ............................................. 9
1.2 Content of introkits ......................................................... 10
2 Equipment description ................................................. 11
2.1 General description ......................................................... 11
2.2 Control panel.................................................................... 12
2.3 Foot control ..................................................................... 13
2.4 Medicament bottle ........................................................... 14
2.5 AirLED polisher ............................................................... 14
2.6 Symbols on the equipment ............................................. 15
3 Installation ..................................................................... 16
3.1 General installation instructions ...................................... 16
3.2 Version for tap water ...................................................... 17
3.3 General installation instructions, continued .................... 17
4 Operating instructions ................................................. 18
4.1 UltraLED Scaler .............................................................. 18
4.2 AirLED Polisher ............................................................... 22
5 Cleaning and maintenance .......................................... 25
5.1 General cleaning procedure ............................................ 25
5.2 Recommended cleaning procedure ................................ 26
5.3 Maintenance ................................................................... 27
6 Troubleshooting CombiLED......................................... 28
7 Technical data ............................................................... 32
8 Warranty and Declaration of conformity ..................... 34
8.1 Warranty terms................................................................. 34
8.2 Declaration of conformity ................................................ 35
8.3 EMC - guidance ............................................................... 36
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Safety
Safety
Intended use
This combined UltraLED scaler and AirLED polisher unit is designed
for dental purposes. It is designed for removal of tartar or calculus on
teeth, cleaning discoloured teeth and other dental work where the
ultrasonic vibration and/or air polishing is beneficial. The unit should
only be used by licensed dental proffesionals trained in the proper use
of scaling- and polishing devices. Do not use it for applications where
it is not intended. If you are unsure about your application, please
contact your local dealer or place of purchase.
General requirements
Service of the product is only to be performed by authorized service
personnel.
The product must be connected to electricity-, water- and compressed
air supply meeting the requirements specified in the Technical data
section on page 32.
The product needs special precautions regarding EMC (Elektro
Magnetic Compability) and needs to be installed and put into
service according to the EMC information provided on page 36.
Portable and mobile RF (Radio Frequency) communications equipment can affect the product.
Contraindications
Do not use the scaler on patients with cardiac pacemakers. The scaler
may disturb the function of the pacemaker.
General precautions
• The product is not suitable for use in the presence of flammable gases.
• Only use the product in combination with LM-Instruments and Amdent scaler tips.
• If the handpiece tubing is damaged or worn-out, it must immedia
tely be replaced to avoid exposing the user or the patient to elec-
tric hazard.
• Use the original packaging when returning equipment for service.
Warnings
The product should not be used adjacent to or stacked with other
equipment.
If adjacent or stacked use is necessary, the product should be observed to verify normal operation in the configuration in which it will be
used.
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Safety
Safety notices in this manual
WARNING
Caution
Warning indicates a potentially dangerous situation. Non-observance may lead to
death or injury.
Caution indicates a potentially harmful
situation. Non-observance may damage
the equipment.
Note indicates a situation where special
notice should be observed.
Note
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Consigne de sécurité
Consigne de sécurité (Canada)
Utilisation prévue
Ce générateur d’ultrasons piézo électrique combine à un aéropolisseur
est conçu pour des buts dentaires. Il est conçu pour l’élimination du
tartre sur les dents, le nettoyage des dents décolorés et tout autre travail dentaire où la vibration ultrasonique est salutaire. Le produit doit
être employé seulement par les professionnels dentaires autorisés qualifiés dans l’utilisation appropriée des détartreurs et polisseurs.
N’utilisez pas l’appareil pour des applications où on ne le destine pas.
Si vous êtes incertain au sujet de votre application, veuillez bien contacter votre distributeur local et/ou où vous l’avez acheté.
Conditions générales
Le service du produit doit être executé seulement par le
personnel de service autorisé avec les outils et le matériel appropriés.
Le produit doit être relié à l’approvisionnement de l’électricité et à
l’approvisionnement en eau et en air comprimé répondant aux
exigences définies dans la section Caractéristiques techniques à la
page 32.
Le produit exige des précautions spéciales concernant la CEM
(Compatibilité Electromagnétique) et doit être installé et mis en
service selon à la page 36. L’équipement de communication RF
(Radio Fréquence) portable et mobile peut affecter le produit.
Contres-indication
N’employez pas sur des patients avec les stimulateurs cardiaques.
Le produit peut déranger la fonction du stimulateur.
Précautions générales
•
•
•
•
Le produit n’est pas approprié pour l’usage en présence d’un
mélange anesthésique inflammable.
Utilisez seulement le produit en combinaison avec des inserts
de détartreur de LM-Instruments et Amdent.
Si la tuyauterie de pièce à main est endommagée ou usée, elle
doit immédiatement être substituée pour éviter d’exposer
l’utilisateur ou le patient au risque électrique.
Utilisez l’original empaquetage en renvoyant le matériel pour
le service.
Avertissement
Le produit ne doit pas être utilisé à proximité ou empilé avec d’autres
équipements. Si l’usage adjacent ou empilé est nécessaire, le produit
doit être surveillé pour une utilisation normale suivant la configuration
dans laquelle il sera utilisé.
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Consigne de sécurité
Notifications de sûreté en ce manuel
WARNING
“Warning” indique une situation probablement dangereuse. La inobservance peut
mener à la mort ou des dommages.
“Caution” indique une situation probablement nocive. La inobservance peut endommager le matériel.
Caution
“Note” décrit si on observe la notification
spéciale.
Note
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WARNING
1 Unpacking
Caution
Caution indicates a potentially
harmful situation. Non-observance may damage the equipment.
Unpacking
Carefully unpack your LM-ProPower CombiLED unit and verify that
all accessories
and components
included according to the content
Note indicates
a situationare
where
lists below:
special notice should be observed.
Note
This chapter describes the
components of the delivery
and can be used as a check
list when unpacking. Contact your place of purchase
if anything is missing. For a
description of the features
of the equipment, read the
Equipment description section on page 11.
1.1 General content of delivery
1. LM-ProPower CombiLED unit
2. Scaler handpiece connected to unit
3. Scaler introkit (see section 1.2 )
4. Polisher introkit (see section 1.2)
5. 500 ml medicament bottle or water hose 6 mm (1/4”)
6. Air hose 6 mm (1/4”)
7. a AirLED tubing
7. b Powder container
8. Foot control
9. Foot control cable
10. Power cord
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5
11. LM-ProPower Fixer
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9
1
5
3
7a
7b
6
4
2
8
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Unpacking
1.2 Content of introkits
Content of UltraLED Scaler introkit
3 x Scaler tips
3 x ErgoGrips
3 x Torque Wrenches
3 x Tip Check Cards
Content of AirLED Polisher introkit
1 x Polisher nozzle
2 x ErgoGrips
Universal
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Equipment description
2 Equipment description
2.1 General description
LM-ProPower CombiLED combines an effective piezoelectric
UltraLED scaler and an AirLED polisher in one versatile and
ergonomic appliance.
The device’s LED lights, advanced electronics, quality, and highdurability LM-DuraGradeMAX tips enhance the execution of
procedures which require great precision.
Ergonomically designed ErgoGrip handpieces with soft silicone
handles give the user a comfortable, relaxed grip as well as an
excellent feel.
LM-ProPower is highly adaptable to any procedure or user approach.
It is not only an outstanding scaling and cleaning device, but it also
brings power and versatility to endodontics, implantology, restorative
treatments, minimally invasive treatments and apical surgery.
The following pictures describes the name of the CombiLED parts.
More detailed information of their function are described later.
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4
7
5
1
1. Scaler Handpiece
(with an ErgoGrip and a tip
mounted)
2. Scaler water flow control ring
2
3. Scaler handpiece tubing
4. Polisher handpiece incl. tubing
(with an ErgoGrip and a nozzle mounted)
5. Control panel
3
6. Foot control
7. Medicament bottle
8. Depressurisation button
6
9. Polisher water flow control.
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Equipment description
1. AC power input
2. Fuse holder
3. Air hose coupling
4. Water hose coupling (optional)
6
5. Foot control connection
6. Type plate
2
1
5
3
4
2.2 Control panel
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1
1. Cleaning key
2. Scaling mode key
3. Polishing mode key
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6
4. Working mode 1 key
5. Working mode 2 key
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5
6. Working mode 3 key
7. StandBy indicator
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12
4
11
9
8
8. Polishing mode indicator
9. Scaling mode indicator
10. Dry mode indicator (scaler)
Air-Blow mode indicator (polisher)
11. Irrigation mode indicator (scaler)
Water-Jet mode indicator (polisher)
12. Working mode 1 indicator
13. Working mode 2 indicator
2
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3
14. Working mode 3 indicator
15. Cleaning mode indicator
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Equipment description
2.3 Foot control
Scaling mode:
Polishing mode:
1. Connection for foot control cable
1. Connection for foot control cable
2. OFF position
2. OFF position
3. ON position
3. ON position
4. Diagnostic function, turn LED light
ON or OFF by a single-click on the
pedal
4. Diagnostic function, turn LED light
ON or OFF by a single-click on the
pedal
5. Irrigation position
9. Water Jet position
6. Zero power position
10. Polisher ON (Power controlled on
controlpanel)
7. Maximum power position
8. Power regulation
1
2
3
UltraLED Scaler
4
5
AirLED Polisher
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6
8
4
9
10
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Equipment description
2.4 Medicament bottle (optional)
LM-ProPower has a medicament dispenser system, making the device independent of
a fixed water supply connection. The medicament bottle can be used for either medicament solutions or ordinary clean water.
The unit contains an electrically driven air compressor. When operating the unit the
compressed air forces the fluid from the bottle through the hose and to the handpiece
and the tip/nozzle.
1. Medicament bottle
2. Bottle connector
3. Depressurisation button
2
1
3
The LM-ProPower can be delivered either with the medicament dispenser system
or with fixed water supply connection without the bottle and bottle connector.
2.5 AirLED polisher
1. AirLED tubing
2. Powder container
1
3
3. Water control
4. O-ring (mounted in cap)
2
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Equipment description
2.6 Symbols on the equipment
Working mode 1
Working mode 2
Working mode 3
Irrigation/Water-Jet mode
Dry/Air-Blow mode
Automatic cleaning function
Scaling function
Polisher function
Example of type plate. The type plate is placed on the back side of the scaler
unit.
CLASSIFIED
9800163
Medical electrical equipment classified by ETL with respect to electric shock, fire,
mechanical, and other specified hazards in accordance with the Safety Standards
ANSI/AAMI ES 60601-1 and CAN/CSA C22.2 No 60601-1:08
Caution
Consult accompanying documents.
0537
Compliance label indicating compliance with the Medical Device Directive
93/42/EEC.
0537 is the ID-number of the Notified Body: VTT
Withstands autoclave temperature 135°C (275°F).
Type B applied part according to the degree of protection against electrical
shock.
Fuse
Input
Output
Please do not throw the equipment into the domestic refuse. Please use the return and collection systems available in your country for the disposal of this
product. The equipment can also be returned to the manufacturer for disposal.
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Installation
3 Installation
WARNING
3.1 General installation instructions
Checklist
• Position the unit horizontally with the handpieces in the holders
and the hoses hanging free.
• Position the unit where air is free to circulate on all sides and beneath it. Do not position the unit on a wall or next to a heat source.
• Avoid placing the unit in the immediate vicinity of sources of
electromagnetic radiation, for example an electrosurgery equipment.
• Connect the foot control cable to the foot control and at the rear
side of the unit.
• Mount the scaler tubing in the groove underneath the unit, as in
picture.
Caution
Caution
Do not place the unit on or
next to a heat source. Excessive heat may damage
the electronics.
Note
Connecting to the air supply
WARNING
1. Verify that the air supply can be
turned off.
2. Verify that the air pressure conforms to the data in the Technical
data section on page 32.
3. Use only dry and filtered compressed air.
4. Unscrew the nut from the nipple
and thread it on the hose.
5. Push the hose onto the coupling
nipple.
Caution
Caution
Consult a qualified technician for connecting the unit to
the air supply. Use only dry
and filtered compressed air.
Note
6. Tighten the nut firmly and ensure that the hose is securely
attached to the unit.
7. Connect the other end of the hose to the air supply.
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Installation
WARNING
Caution
Caution
Consult a qualified technician for connecting the scaler
to the water supply.
Note
3.2 Version for tap water (optional)
Connecting to the water supply
1. Verify that the water supply can be turned off.
2. Verify that the water pressure conforms to the data in the Technical
data section on page 32.
3. Verify that the water supply fulfills the medical demands of
hygiene.
4. Unscrew the nut from the nipple and thread it on the hose.
5. Push the hose onto the coupling nipple.
6. Tighten the nut firmly and insure that the hose is securely attached
to the unit.
7. Connect the other end of the hose to the water supply.
Safety notices in this manual
WARNING
Caution
WARNING
The unit must be connected to an AC power outlet
provided with a protective
ground. USA and Canada:
The power cord and plug
must be classified as ”Hospital-Grade”.Note
Warning indicates a potentially
dangerous situation. Non-observ3.3ance
General
may lead toinstallation
death or injury.
continued
instructions,
• Verify that the voltage rating on the rear side match the voltage
ofCaution
the AC power
outlet.
indicates
a potentially
• Verify
thatsituation.
the AC power
outlet is provided with a protective
harmful
Non-observground.
ance may damage the equipment.
• Connect the power cord to the unit and the AC power outlet.
All indicator lamps will illuminate for a short period during a
self check of the unit.
Note
a situation
• The
unitindicates
is standby
when thewhere
green indicator lamp is illuminated.
special notice should be observed.
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Operating instructions
4 Operating instructions
Preparations (bottle version)
1. Fill the medicament bottle with water or medicament solution
according to the Medicaments that can be used, listed on page 33.
Safety notices in this m
2. Screw the bottle connector onto the bottle and push it onto the connector. See picture in section 2.4
3. Check that the unit is connected to the air supply, the power cord is
connected and the unit is in stand-by mode, the green indicator lamp
is illuminated.
WARNING
4.1 UltraLED Scaler
1. Gently slide the ErgoGrip on to the scaler handpiece.
2. Carefully place the tip in the torque wrench.
Caution
WARNING
A tip that is bent, altered,
worn more than 2 mm will
loose performance and must
be exchanged. Prolonged
use may cause tip breakage
and injury to the patient.
Note
The operator should be
aware of that ultrasonic instruments with small diameters are subject to breakage
at any time. If not used correctly or with too much power or force the instrument
WILL break.
Do not use nickel-titanium
files, since they easily break
at high frequenses.
3. Use the torque wrench and screw the tip clockwise on to
the scaler handpiece. Tighten until resistance and the torque
wrench slides. The torque wrench prevents the tip from being
overtightened.
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Warn
dang
ance
Caut
harm
ance
Note
speci
serve
WARNING
Operating instructions
4. Turn on the UltraLED scaler by pressing the key marked S on the
keyboard. The blue scaling indicator lamp illuminates and the scaling mode is activated.
Caution
Caution
Without cooling fluid, the
maximum operating time,
for the scaler handpiece, is
2 minutes followed by a
cooling-down period of 8
minutes. Operating without
cooling fluid Note
for more than
2 minutes may cause overheating of the scaler handpiece.
After above cycle has been
repeated 2 times, the scaler
handpiece has to cool down
for at least 60 minutes.
WARNING
Safety notices in
Caution
WARNING
Remember to choose the
5. The indicators next to the working modes are flashing to remind
that a working mode has to be selected. If several blue indicators are
flashing instead, check that the scaler handpiece is connected. If the
problem remains concern the trouble shooting section.
Check the recommended working mode that is marked on the tip
and choose the working mode by pressing the corresponding
this
manual
working
mode key on the keyboard.
Warning indicates a potentially
dangerous
Non-observ6. A second
presssituation.
of the “S”
key activates the dry mode for scaling
ance may
lead to death or injury.
without
water/medicament.
7. A third press of the “S” key activates the irrigation mode. The irrigation mode can also be activated in the scaling mode by pressing
Caution
indicates
potentially
down
the foot
controlain
the leftmost position.
harmful situation. Non-observmay the
damage
the equipment.
8. Byance
pressing
“S” key
repeatedly, it will toggle between normal
scaling, dry and irrigation mode.
Safety
right workingnotices
mode if chang- in this manual
9. Keep the handpiece over the cuspidor bowl and depress the foot
ing scaler tip during the
treatment
New tips are not sterile upon
delivery. Sterilize
Note before use
according to the clinic’s
routines. WARNING
Keep the patient’s lips,
cheeks, and tongue out of
the way of the activated tip,
since contact may cause
burns because of friction
heat.
Caution
Note
6
At low power settings there
will be no spray.
control
the leftmost
position
and adjust the water flow with the
Notein
indicates
a situation
where
ringspecial
on thenotice
handpiece
until
should
be the
ob- water is dripping from handpiece as
Warning indicates a potentially
in picture
served.below. Recommended flow: 20 ml/min.
dangerous situation. Non-observance may lead to death or injury.
Caution indicates a potentially
harmful situation. Non-observance may damage the equipment.
Note indicates a situation where
special notice should be observed.
10. Keep the patient’s lips, cheeks and tongue out of the way of the
tip and perform treatment according to “How to use the scaler”
section on next page.
Increase the water flow if the
handpiece feels too warm.
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Operating instructions
How
use the UltraLED scaler
How to
use theto
scaler
The side of the tip-end shall be applied to
The side of the tip-end shall be applied to the tooth so that the movement
the tooth so that the movement of the tip
oftothe
is parallel
to the
thescaler
tooth. The first 2 mm of the tip
is parallel
thetip
surface
of the tooth.
Thesurface
How
to useofthe
are
the
most
efficient!
Place
the
tip
on
the
before activating
first 2 mm of the tip are the most efficient!
The side of the tip-endtooth
shall besurface
applied to
control.
The before
power
is regulated
the foot
from 0 to
Place thethe
tipfoot
on the
tooth surface
the tooth
so that the with
movement
of thecontrol
tip
activating
the foot
switch.
is parallel
to the surface of the tooth. The
100%
within
each working
mode.
first 2 mmmore
of thethan
tip are
the most
efficient!
Normal scaling rarely requires
50%
power
level of each
Normal scaling rarely requires more than
50%
power
level.
Place
the
tip
on
the
tooth
surface
before
working mode. However, hard to remove calculus might require a higher
However, hard to remove calculus mightactivating
require a the
higher
footpower
switch.
setting. power setting.
Ensure that contact between
the tip and the tooth surface
is maintained during scaling.
Keep moving the tip slowly
back and forth and let the
instrument do the work.
Use short and long strokes
so that the whole surface of
Ensure
that contact
each tooth
is scaled.
Normal scaling rarely requires more than 50% power level.
However, hard to remove calculus might require a higher power
setting.
Ensure that contact between
the tip and the tooth surface
is maintained during scaling.
Keep moving the tip slowly
back and forth and let the
between
the tip and the tooth surface is maintained
instrument do the work.
during scaling. Keep moving
theand
tiplong
slowly
Use short
strokesback and forth and let the
do the
work.
andsurface
long of
strokes so that the whole
that short
the whole
The tip instrument
is normally aimed
towards
thesoUse
toothpocket.
surface of each tooth is each
scaled.
tooth is scaled.
The tip is normally
aimed
the toothpocket.
To keep
the tiptowards
working parallel
Theoftip
is normally
aimed towards the toothpocket.
to the surface
each
tooth, it is
important to follow the anatomy
of the tooth.
To keep the tip working parallel
to the surface of each tooth, it is
important to follow the anatomy
of the tooth.
With the correct power setting, appropriate pressure against
the tooth (approx. 20 grams but not exceeding 50) and the tip
operating parallel to the surface, treatment will be gentle, quiet
and efficient.
With the correct power setting, appropriate pressure against
To keep the tip workingthe
parallel
to the 20
surface
of each
tooth, it50)isand the tip
tooth (approx.
grams but
not exceeding
parallel
totooth.
the
If, during
the treatment,
a squeaking
sound
is heard
(loud
andsurface, treatment will be gentle, quiet
important
to follow
the operating
anatomy
of the
efficient.
dominating),
against
theand
tooth
might
be too low pressure against the tooth
Withthe
thepressure
correct
power
setting,
appropriate
or the tip not parallel to the surface of the tooth.
(approximately 20 grams but not exceeding 50) and the tip operating
If, during the treatment, a squeaking sound is heard (loud and
parallel to the surface, treatment
will be gentle, quiet and efficient.
dominating), the pressure against the tooth might be too low
If, during the treatment,ora the
squeaking
sound
is heard
and dominattip not parallel
to the
surface (loud
of the tooth.
ing), the pressure against the tooth might be too low or the tip not parallel
to the surface of the tooth.
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Caution
Caution indicates a potentially
harmful situation. Non-observance may damage the equipment.
Operating instructions
After scaler treatment
Note
Always set the water flow to
fully open before running the
cleaning cycle (dots in line,
see picture).
Note indicates a situation where
1. Run the Automatic cleaning function, see instructions on page 25.
special notice should be observed.
2. After the cleaning cycle is finished, screw off the tip, counter
clockwise, with the torque wrench.
WARNING
3. Squeeze the ErgoGrip gently at the top and at the same
time slide it off the handpiece. Do not squeeze too hard at
the ErgoGrip as this can make the removal difficult.
Caution
Caution
Before cleaning and sterilizing; the handpiece water
control ring must be set to
fully open (dots in line, see
picture)
Note
4. Press the depressurization button (bottle version).
5. Pull the medicament bottle from the unit (bottle version).
6. Clean and sterilize the equipment/components according
to the Cleaning and maintenance section on page 25-26.
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Operating instructions
Caution
4.2 AirLED Polisher
1. Unscrew the powder container from the cap and fill the powder
container with LM-ProPower powder up to MAX.
Note
For optimal performance,
use original LM-ProPower
air polishing powder.
WARNING
Caution
Caution
It is important, that the powder container is fully tightened before the polisher is activated.
2. Screw the container back on to the cap.
3. Connect the powder container cap to the connectors
on the right side of the unit.
Do not leaveNote
powder in the
powder container over a
weekend or holiday or any
other period during which
the device is not used for
several days.
4. Connect the medicament bottle to the unit, see instruction section 2.4 6
(bottle version).
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6
Caut
harm
ance
Note
speci
serve
Operating instructions
WARNING
5. Gently slide the ErgoGrip on to the polisher handpiece.
Caution
Caution
It is very important, that the
polisher is not activated before the nozzle is mounted.
6. Screw the polisher nozzle clockwise into the handpiece. Tighten
until stop.
Note
SafetyWARNING
notices in this manual
WARNING
Caution
Caution
When inserting the nozzle it
is important to tighten it
until stop.
Caution
Note
Note
For the polisher only working mode 2 and 3 can be
activated.
Working mode 2 is aprox.
60% of polishing power
compared to working mode
3 (100%).
WARNING
6
Caution
Caution
It is very important to air
purge the polisher handpiece after each treatment
to prevent clogging.
Note
Warning
7. Turn
on theindicates
polisher aonpotentially
by pressing the button marked P on
Non-observthedangerous
front sidesituation.
of the scaler.
The blue polisher indicator lamp
ance may lead to death or injury.
illuminates.
8. The indicators next to the working modes buttons are flashing to
remind that a working mode has to be selected. If several blue indicators are flashing instead, check that the polisher is connected. If
indicates
potentially
theCaution
problem
remains,a concern
the trouble shooting section. Chooharmful
situation.
Non-observse work-ing mode 2 or 3 by pressing the corresponding working
ancekey
mayondamage
the equipment.
mode
the keyboard
(see note).
9. A second press of the “P” key activates the Air-blow mode for
cleaning with just air.
10. A Note
third indicates
press of the
“P” key where
activates the Water-Jet cleaning mode.
a situation
Nospecial
powder,
but only
water
and air, comes out from the nozzle. The
notice
should
be obWater-Jet
mode
can
also
be
activated by pressing down the foot
served.
control in the leftmost position.
11. By pressing the “P” key repeatedly, it will toggle between normal
polishing-, Air-blow- and Water-Jet mode.
12. Adjusting water flow for optimal performance
a. Point the handpiece towards the cuspidor and over the bowl.
Depress the foot switch to activate the polisher and adjust the
water flow on the powder container, see equipment description.
b. Hold the polisher nozzle approximately 1 cm (0,4 in.) downright from the bottom of the bowl and press the foot control to
activate the polisher.
c. Slowly reduce the water flow until the powder starts to
accumulate on the surface as a white spot.
d. Increase the water flow until the spot just disappears. The air
polisher is now balanced for optimum performance.
13. Perform polishing treatment according to “How to use the polisher”
section on next page.
Water-Jet cleaning
With the foot control pressed down in the leftmost position the
“Water-jet” cleaning mode is activated and no powder, but only
water and air, comes out from the nozzle.
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Operating instructions
WARNING
Polishing power
The polishing power is controlled on the control panel.
Air purge quick cleaning function
With the polisher mode active, a press on the C button will air purge the
handpiece for a few seconds. Air purge the handpiece after each
treatment to prevent clogging. If the Air purge are not performed the
indicator next to the C key will flash as a reminder. Running an Air purge
resets the remind function.
How to use the AirLED polisher
Polishing is suitable for the following procedures:
• Efficient removal of heavy stains and dental plaque.
• Cleaning teeth prior to bleaching.
• Cleaning pits and fissures prior to sealant placement.
• Surface cleaning prior to any acid etch or bonding procedure.
• Cleaning orthodontically banded or bracketed teeth.
• Cleaning of implants.
1. Protective eyewear should be worn by the patient and operator. Contact
lenses should not be worn, or a close fitting eye shield should be provided.
2. The jet should be kept constantly moving in small circles. It should not be
directed at the same spot too long. The nozzle shall be held approximately
3 mm (0,12 in.) from the surface.
3. The polisher will be most effective when directing the jet downright
towards the tooth although the spray should be directed away from the
gingiva onto the tooth.
4. Only one or two teeth should be polished at a time, with frequent rinsing
performed. An efficient intraoral evacuation system will prevent excessive
build-up of fluid and increase patient comfort.
A short learning period is required by the operator, as with any new technique, until the ideal angulations, soft tissue protection and an
effective treatment can be achieved.
Caution
WARNING
Polishing should NOT be
performed on patients who:
• Are on a sodium
restricted diet.
• Have renal insuffiency.
• Have chronic respiratory
disease. Note
• Are on long term steroid or
diuretic therapy.
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Safety notices in thisNote
m
WARNING
Caution
WARNING
Especially when using
a sodium bicarbonate
cleaning powder, the spray
should never be directed
into the gingival sulcus or
onto the gingival margin, as
this can result
in unnecesNote
sary abrasion of the gingival tissues and/or extension
of the periodontal pocketing,
with associated clinical complications.
Caution should be exercised
in dealing with dentine surfaces, root cement and composite fillings.
WARNING
After polisher treatment
1. Without removing the nozzle, place the polisher handpiece over the
bowl and press the cleaning key “C”.
2. The polisher air purges the handpiece for a few seconds.
3. After the cleaning cycle is finished, unscrew the nozzle from the
handpiece.
4. Wash the nozzle in an ultrasonic bath (40-50°C), for at least 3
minutes, before cleaning/sterilization. If ultrasonic cleaning not is
possible, flush the nozzle in warm water.
5. Squeeze the ErgoGrip gently at the top and at the same time slide it
off the handpiece. Do not squeeze too hard at the ErgoGrip as this can
make the removal difficult.
6. Remove the powder container.
7. Before removing the medicament bottle, press the depressurization
button.
8. Pull the medicament bottle from the unit.
9. Clean and sterilize the equipment/components according to the
Cleaning and maintenance section on page 25-26.
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Caution
Caution
It is important to air purge
the handpiece after each
treatment to prevent clogging.
Note
must always
6 The air purge
be performed with the polisher nozzle mounted in the
handpiece.
Do not leave powder in the
powder container over a
weekend or holiday or any
other period during which
the device is not used for
several days.
speci
serve
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Note
speci
serve
WARNING
dangerous situation. Non-observance may lead to death or injury.
Caution indicates a potentially
harmful situation. Non-observance may damage the equipment.
Cleaning and maintenance
5 Cleaning and maintenance
Caution
5.1 General cleaning procedures
Air purge quick cleaning function
Note
Always set the water flow to
fully open before running the
cleaning cycle.
Scaler
Dots in
line
Note
indicates
a situation
With the
polisher
mode
active, awhere
press on the C button will air purge
special
notice
should
be
obthe handpiece for a few seconds. Air purge the handpiece after each
served.
treatment
to prevent clogging.
Automatic cleaning function for the scaler and
polisher
1. Turn off the scaler or polisher by pressing the “S” or “P” key for
3 seconds. The blue function indicator turns off.
2. Make sure the water control is fully open.
3. Place the scaler and/or the polisher handpiece over the cuspidor bowl and first press the cleaning key “C” and then the S and/or
the P key.
Polisher
4. The cleaning cycle starts and stops automatically after 80 seconds.
WARNING
Cleaning of the equipment/components
Wipe off with a soft cloth and use a surface disinfectant suitable
for hard plastics.
Caution
Caution
The automatic cleaning function must always be performed with the polisher
nozzle mounted in the handpiece.
Cover and control panel
Note
Polisher tubing
Wash at max 65°C
Powder container
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Medicament bottle
Cap for medicament bottle
25
Cleaning and maintenance
Caution
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Autoclave in steam at 134°C (max 135°C) for at least 3 minutes
Scaler tips
Note
Autoclaving the handpiece
regularly may shorten the
life time of the scaler handpiece.
Polisher nozzle
Torque wrenches
LM-ErgoGrip Focus LED
Note
spec
serv
WARNING
Safety notices in this m
LM-ProPower scaler handpiece
Caution
Caution
Before cleaning and sterilizing; the handpiece
WARNINGwater
control ring must be set to
fully open (dots in line, see
picture).
Note
5.2 Recommended cleaning procedure
Caution
Beginning of the day
Run the automatic cleaning cycle with clean water for both the scaler
and polisher. See instructions on page 25.
After each treatment
• To prevent clogging, air purge the polisher handpiece after each
treatment. See instructions on page 24.
• Run the automatic cleaning cycle with clean water for both the
scaler and polisher. See instructions on page 25.
• Wipe off the cover, control panel, handpieces and the hoses with
a soft cloth. Use a surface disinfectant suitable for hard plastics.
• Wash the nozzle in an ultrasonic bath (40-50°C), for at least
3 minutes, before cleaning/sterilization. If ultrasonic cleaning
not is possible, flush the nozzle in warm water.
• Wash the ErgoGrip, the tip, the nozzle and possibly the scaler
handpiece and autoclave according to the clinic’s routines.
End of the day
• Run the automatic cleaning cycle with clean water for both the
scaler and polisher handpiece. See instructions on page 25.
• Remove and wash medicament bottle, bottle cap and powder
container at a maximum temperature of 65°C
• Wipe of the powder container cap with a soft cloth.
Use a surface disinfectant suitable for hard plastics.
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Note
spec
serv
Note
Always set the water flow to
fully open before running the
cleaning cycle.
Scaler
Dots in
line
6
Polisher
WARNING
Caution
Caution
Do not sterilize any scaler
accessories using dry heat
or chemical autoclaves.
This may damage the
material.
Note
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Cleaning and maintenance
Weekly (bottle version)
• Run the automatic cleaning cycle with an anti-microbial cleaning
agent solution in the bottle, for both the scaler and polisher.
See instructions on page 25. We recommend to use a separate
bottle for the cleaning agent solution. Concerning exposure times
of cleaning agent, follow instructions given by manufacturer.
• Before patient treatment; to rinse the lines from cleaning agent
solution put clean water in the bottle and run the automatic
cleaning cycle for both the scaler and polisher until clean water
comes out of the handpiece.
WARNING
5.3 Maintenance
Power cord
Inspect the power cord, cables and the handpiece hose daily to insure
that the equipment is in good condition without mechanical damage.
Safety notices in this manual
Caution
Caution
A petroleum based lubricant
on the o-rings may shorten
their durability time.
WARNING
Note
Caution
WARNING
A tip that is bent, altered,
scratched or worn more than
2 mm will loose performance and must be exchanged. Prolonged use may
cause tip breakage and injury to the patient.The
operaNote
tor should be aware of that
ultrasonic instruments with
small diameters are subject
to breakage at any time. If
not used correctly or with
too much power or force the
instrument WILL break.
O-rings (bottle and powder container connectors, polisher nozzle)
Lubricate the O-rings regularly with a glycerine based, water soluble
Warning
indicates
a potentially
lubricant.
Vaseline
may also
be used, but it may shorten the durability
dangerous
situation.
Non-observtime of the O-rings.
ance may lead to death or injury.
Tips
When a tip is bent, altered, or worn more than 2 mm it will loose
performance and must be exchanged. Check the tip length weekly
Caution the
indicates
potentially
by comparing
tip to aa tip
check card.
harmful situation. Non-observance mayfuses
damage the equipment.
Exchanging
1. Disconnect the power cord from the AC power outlet and the unit.
2. Open the fuse holder on the rear side of the unit.
Note indicates a situation where
special notice should be observed.
3. Inspect the fuses for damages. Replace damaged fuses with new
ones. Verify the fuse specifications according to the Technical data
section on page 32.
4. Close the fuse holder.
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Troubleshooting
Scaler
Polisher
6 Troubleshooting CombiLED
Type of problem
Please see
A. Unit is not responding and no lights are lit on the
control panel
X
X
Page 28
B. Lights are flashing on the control panel
X
X
Page 29
C. Difficulty to remove the ErgoGrip
X
X
Page 29
D. Weak or no LED light
X
X
Page 29
E. No tip vibration
X
Page 30
F. Weak tip vibration X
Page 30
G. Insufficient or no water flow
X
Page 30
H. Tip does not fit smoothly onto the handpiece
X
Page 31
I. Handpiece is overheated
X
Page31
J. Insufficient or no water flow (Polisher)
X
Page 31
K. Insufficient or no powder flow X
Page 31
L. Water drips from the bottom of the device onto the table
X
Page 31
X
A.Unit is not responding and no lights are lit on the control panel
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Check that the power cord is connected properly and double check the voltage (120V/230V).
Check the fuse and replace if necessary. See Maintenance-section of the user guide.
Check that the wall outlet and the fuse panel of your clinic are OK.
If the problem still remains – contact your dealer for support and indicate Error Code E-X02.
Troubleshooting
B.Lights are flashing on the control panel
Five blue lights on the control panel
are flashing simultaneously
Check that the foot control cable is
connected at both ends and is not
damaged.
The blue lights next to the S- and Pkeys are flashing alternately when
pressing the foot control
The Scaler/Polisher has not been switched
on. Press the S-key to select the scaler or
press the P-key to select the polisher.
The blue light next to the S-key is
flashing alternately with three other
blue lights on the control panel.
Check that the scaler handpiece is properly
connected.
The blue light next to the P-key is
flashing alternately with three other
blue lights on the control panel.
Check that the polisher tubing is properly
connected onto the connectors. Make sure
it is pressed in all the way.
Two or three yellow lights are flashing
in sequence.
The Working Mode has not been selected.
Select the working mode by pressing one of
the keys next to the yellow lights.
The light next to the C-key flashes
twice and pauses.
The device reminds of the need to activate
the polisher cleaning cycle by pressing the
C-key. Please see user manual for details.
The light next to the C-key is flashing
continuously.
The cleaning function has been activated.
Wait until the cleaning process has finished
and the light stops flashing.
C.Difficulty to remove the ErgoGrip from the handpiece
1. Grab the ErgoGrip gently near the lens and at the same time twist and slide it off the
handpiece.
2. If the problem still remains, replace the ErgoGrip.
D.Weak or no LED light
1. Check that lens in the ErgoGrip is clear and clean. Clean or replace if necessary.
2. If you have an additional scaler handpiece (or polisher tubing), try replacing the scaler handpiece (or polisher tubing).
3. If the problem still remains – contact your dealer for support and indicate Error Code “E-S03
No light in scaler handpiece“ or “E-P03 No light in polisher handpiece”.
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Troubleshooting
E.No tip vibration
1. Check that the tip is firmly tightened. Preferably use a torque wrench and tighten clockwise
until the torque wrench slides. (The torque wrench prevents the tip from being overtightened.)
2. Check that the green light below the keys on the control panel is lit. If it is not lit, please see
Section A on page 28.
3. Check that the device has been turned on by pressing the S-key and that the blue light next to
the S-key is lit.
4. Check that the Working Mode has been selected by pressing one of the Working Mode keys
and that one of the yellow lights on the control panel is lit.
5. If you have an additional handpiece, try replacing the handpiece.
6. If you have an additional foot control cable, try replacing the foot control cable.
7. If you have an additional foot control, try replacing the foot control.
8. If the problem still remains – contact your dealer for support and indicate Error Code “E S01
No vibration” or “E-S02 Low power / vibration”.
F. Weak tip vibration
1. Check that the tip is firmly tightened. Preferably use a torque wrench and tighten clockwise
until the torque wrench slides. (The torque wrench prevents the tip from being overtightened.)
2. Check that the tip is not worn out. Use a tip check card to evaluate wearing or try an unused
tip. Use original LM-Instruments tips for reliable performance.
3. If you have an additional handpiece, try replacing the handpiece.
4. If the problem still remains – contact your dealer for support and indicate Error Code E-S02.
G.Insufficient or no water flow (Scaler)
1. Check that dry mode is not activated i.e. that the blue light next to the crossed-out water drop
is not lit. If it is lit, press the S-key.
2. Adjust the water control ring on the handpiece to fully open (dots aligned).
3. If the unit are equipped with a water bottle: Check that the medicament/water bottle is properly connected i.e. the cap is tightened and pushed in all the way onto the connector. Check
that the o-rings on cap and connector are in good condition. Replace o-rings if worn. O-rings
can be lubricated with a glycerine based lubricant (or vaseline).
4. If the unit are connected with tap water:Check that the tap water hose is properly connected
to the back of the device and that the tap water system is OK (tap/valve is open and possible
filter is OK).
5. Try with another tip.
6. Use the LM-ProPower Fixer to check that the water hose inside the handpiece has not stuck
in the autoclave. Insert the Fixer carefully into the handpiece from the hose connector side.
(To avoid the hose getting stuck, the water adjustment on the handpiece should be set to fully
open before sterilization in autoclave.)
7. If the problem still remains – contact your dealer for support and indicate Error Code E-S04.
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Troubleshooting
H.Tip does not fit smoothly onto the handpiece
1. Clean handpiece threads with compressed air and try with a new tip
2. If the problem still remains, the threads of the handpiece may be damaged and the handpiece
needs to be replaced. Contact your dealer and indicate Error Code E-S06.
I. Handpiece is overheated during use
1. Check that the fluid flow is sufficient (at least 20 ml/min).
2. If the problem still remains, replace the handpiece and contact your dealer.
J. Insufficient or no water flow (Polisher)
1. Check that Air Blow mode is not activated i.e. that the blue light next to the crossed-out water
drop is not lit. If it is lit, press the P-key.
2. Adjust water control on powder container cap to fully open.
3. If the unit are equipped with a water bottle: Check that the medicament/water bottle is properly
connected i.e. the cap is tightened and pushed in all the way onto the connector. Check that the
o-rings on cap and connector are in good condition. Replace o-rings if worn. O-rings can be
lubricated with a glycerine based lubricant.
4. If the unit are equipped with a tap water connection: Check that the tap water hose is properly
connected to the back of the device and that the tap water system is OK (tap/valve is open
and possible filter is OK).
5. Gently check that the nozzle is fully tightened
6. If you have an additional nozzle, replace the nozzle.
7. If the problem still remains – contact your dealer for support and indicate Error Code E-P04.
K.Insufficient or no powder flow
1. Check that there is powder in the powder container and that the o-ring in the cap is in correct
position.
2. If you have an additional nozzle, replace the nozzle. A clogged nozzle may be cleaned in an
ultrasonic bath or in citric acid.
3. Unscrew and remove the powder container, nozzle and ErgoGrip and blow with
compressed air into the handpiece.
4. If the problem still remains – contact your dealer for support.
L.Water drips from the bottom of the device onto the table
1. The ProPower device has a built-in water trap that removes humidity from the pressurized air coming from the compressor in the compressor room of your clinic. The water trap condenses the
humidity in the pressurized air into water which is then released underneath the device. Normally
there is no water at all or a very small amount (a few drops). If the amount of water is significant,
the compressor of your clinic may need service. Please contact the manufacturer or dealer of your
compressor.
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Technical data
7 Technical data
Manufacturer
LM-Instruments Oy
PL 88 (Norrbyn rantatie 8)
FI-21601 Parainen, FINLAND
Model
LM-ProPower CombiLED
Classification
EN60601-1: Class 1, Type B
93/42 EU: Medical products, class IIa
L x W x H
270 x 110 x 165 mm (without bottle and powder container)
Weight
3400 g
Voltage
100 Vac, 50-60 Hz
115 Vac, 50-60 Hz
230 Vac, 50-60 Hz
Primary
fuse
T500 mAH, 250 V, Ø5x20 mm (100 Vac)
T400 mAH, 250 V, Ø5x20 mm (115 Vac)
T200 mAH, 250 V, Ø5x20 mm (230 Vac)
Power cord
Separate with protective earth plug
Power consumption
Max. 40 VA
Scaler power consumption
Max. 24 VA
Scaler power output
Max. 10 W (24 kHz - 28 kHz, automatic tuning)
Transport and storage
-40°C to 70°C (-40°F to 158°F)
Ambient temperature
Operation
10°C to 40°C (50°F to 104°F)
Transport and storage
10% to 100%
Relative humidity
Operation
10% to 95%
Water supply pressure
(version conn. to tap water)
1 - 10 bar (0,1–1,0 MPa, 14,5–145 PSI)
Water consumption
10 - 50 ml/min
Bottle volume
(bottle version)
500 ml
Air supply pressure
4 - 10 bar (0,4 - 1,0 MPa, 58 - 145 PSI)
Use only dry and filtered compressed air.
Air consumption
Max. 20 l/min
Powder container capacity
40 g
Installation and service of the product is only to be performed by aut­horized service
personnel by the manufacturer.
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WARNING
Caution
WARNING
Immedately after using any
kind of medicament in the
medicament bottle, run the
automatic cleaning cycle
with clean water in the medicament bottle for both the
scaler and the
polisher unNote
til clean water comes out of
the handpieces.
Warning indicates a potentially
dangerous situation. Non-observance may lead to death or injury.
Technical data
Medicaments that can be used
Caution
• Clean
waterindicates a potentially
harmful situation.
Non-observ• Cetylpyridinium
chloride
ance
may
damage
the
equipment.
• Clorhexidine
• Essential oils
• Hydrogen peroxide, 3% USP
• Povidine iodine, 10% solution
Notesolution
indicates a situation where
• Saline
special notice
should be ob• Sangurinara
extract
served.
• Sodium hypochlorite 1% solution
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Warranty and declaration
8 Warranty and Declaration of Conformity
8.1 Warranty Terms
The following warranty terms apply to the sale of LM-Instrument Oy’s products (hereinafter
“Products”) to a purchasing company or individual by LM-Instruments Oy (hereinafter
“Manufacturer”).
Manufacturer hereby warrants that the Products will be free from defects arising from faulty materials or workmanship for a period of twenty four (24) months from the date of purchase by a customer
from Manufacturer’s authorized dealer (hereinafter “Authorized Dealer”). The warranty period is
exceptionally three (3) months for products with a life inherently shorter than 24 months due to normal wear and tear, for example tips of ultrasonic scalers, tips of endodontic.
This warranty shall not apply to Products or parts thereof; which have been subject to abuse, misuse,
negligence or accident or are not connected to proper power supply; to which any modification,
alteration or attachment has been made without written consent of the Manufacturer; or which are
installed or operated violating instructions for installation, use and maintenance; which are normally
consumed in operation.
The sole and exclusive remedy under this warranty shall be limited to correct or circumvent
the errors or to repair or replacement of defective parts of Products by the Manufacturer, EXW
Manufacturer’s factory, providing that a written claim of the defect is sent to the Manufacturer within
the warranty period and the original part is returned to Manufacturer’s factory by the Authorized
Dealer, and Manufacturer’s inspection establishes the existence of such a defect.
The customer must contact the Authorized Dealer from whom the products were purchased to
request repair or replacement under this warranty and a written claim of the defects and send the
original Product the Authorized Dealer.
This warranty is void if service or repair is performed by persons not authorized by the manufacturer.
Any Products not manufactured by the Manufacturer, carries only such warranty, if any, as given by
any manufacturer thereof.
This warranty is the Manufacturer’s only warranty in respect of the Products and the Manufacturer
disclaims all other warranties, whether of merchantability, fitness for particular purpose or otherwise,
guarantees and liabilities, express or implied, arising by law or otherwise. In no event shall the
Manufacturer be liable for any general, consequential or incidental damages, loss of use or loss of
profits by reason of the manufacturer’s negligence or otherwise in connection with the sale, delivery,
installation, repair or use of the Products.
The Manufacturer shall have no liability whatsoever to the Authorized Dealer or customer or any
other person for or on account of any injury, loss or damage of any kind or nature, sustained by, or
any damages assessed or asserted against, or any other liability incurred by or imposed upon the
handling, use, operation, maintenance or repairs of Products by anyone other than the Manufacturer.
This exclusion of liability does not apply pursuant to the laws on product liability in case of personal
injury and property damage to privately used objects resulting from the Products.
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WarrantyWARNING
and declaration
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8.2 Declaration of conformity
The manufacturer hereby declares that the
LM-ProPower CombiLED unit
Class I, type B according to EN60601-1 equipped with
original accessories conforms to the essential requirements of
the Medical Device Directive 93/42/EEC with reference to the
following harmonized standards:
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Caution
WARNING
No modification of this
equipment is allowed.
Note
speci
serve
IEC 60601-1, Third edition 2005
EN 60601-1: 2006
Note
Classification: Medical products, Class IIa:
0537
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Warranty and declaration
8.3 EMC - Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration
Guidance and manufacturer's declaration - electromagnetic emissions
The LM-ProPower is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below.
The customer or the user of the LM-ProPower should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Emission test
Compliance
Electromagnetic environment - guidance
RF emissions
CISPR 11
Group 1
The LM-ProPower uses RF energy only for its internal function.
Therefore, it's RF emissions are very low and are not likely to cause
any interference in nearby electronic equipment.
RF emissions
CISPR 11
Class B
Harmonic emissions
IEC 61000-3-2
Not applicable
Voltage fluctuations/
flicker emissions
IEC 61000-3-3
Not applicable
The LM-ProPower is suitable for use in all establishments, including
domestic establishments and those directly connected to the public
low-voltage power supply network that supplies buildings used for
domestic purposes.
Guidance and manufacturer's declaration - electromagnetic immunity
The LM-ProPower is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below.
The customer or the user of the LM-ProPower should assure that it is used in such an environment.
IEC 60601
test level
Immunity test
Electrostatic
discharge (ESD)
Compliance level
±6 kV contact
±6 kV contact
±8 kV air
±8 kV air
±2 kV for power
supply lines
±2 kV for power
supply lines
±1 kV for input/output
lines
±1 kV differential
mode
±1 kV for input/output
lines
±1 kV differential
mode
±2 kV common mode
±2 kV common mode
Voltage dips, short
interruptions and
voltage varaiations
on power supply
input lines
<5 % U T
(>95 % dip in UT)
for 0,5 cycle
<5 % U T
(>95 % dip in UT)
for 0,5 cycle
40 % U T
(60 % dip in UT)
for 5 cycles
40 % U T
(60 % dip in UT)
for 5 cycles
IEC 61000-4-11
70 % U T
(30 % dip in UT)
for 25 cycles
70 % U T
(30 % dip in UT)
for 25 cycles
<5 % U T
(>95 % dip in UT)
for 5 sec
<5 % U T
(>95 % dip in UT)
for 5 sec
3 A/m
3 A/m
IEC 61000-4-2
Electrical fast
transient/burst
IEC 61000-4-4
Surge
IEC 61000-4-5
Power frequency
(50/60 Hz)
magnetic field
IEC 61000-4-8
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U T is the a.c. mains voltage prior to application of the test level.
Electromagnetic environment guidance
Floors should be wood, concrete or
ceramic tile. If floors are covered with
synthetic material, the relative humidity
should be at least 30%.
Mains power quality should be that of a
typical commercial or hospital
environment.
Mains power quality should be that of a
typical commercial or hospital
environment.
Mains power quality should be that of a
typical commercial or hospital
environment. If the user of the
LM-ProPower requires continued
operation during power mains i
interruption, it is recommended that the
LM-ProPower be powered from an
uninterruptible power supply or battery.
Power frequency magnetic fields should
be at levels characteristic of a typical
location in a typical commercial or
hospital environment.
Warranty and declaration
Guidance and manufacturer's declaration - electromagnetic immunity
The LM-ProPower is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below.
The customer or the user of the LM-ProPower should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Immunity test
IEC 60601 test level
Compliance
level
Electromagnetic environment - guidance
Portable and mobile RF communications equipment
should be used no closer to any part of the
LM-ProPower including cables, than the recommended
separation distance calculated from the equation
applicable to the frequency of the transmitter.
Recommended separation distance
Conducted RF
3 Vrms
IEC 61000-4-6
150 kHz to 80 MHz
Radiated RF
3 V/m
IEC 61000-4-3
80 MHz to 2,5 GHz
3V
d = 1,2√P
3 V/m
d = 1,2√P
80 MHz to 800 MHz
d = 2,3√P
800 MHz to 2,5 GHZ
were P is the maximum output power rating of the
transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter
manufacturer and d is the recommended separation
distance in metres (m).
Field strengths from fixed RF transmitters as determined by an electromagnetic site survey, a should be less
than the compliance level in each frequency range.b
Interference may occur in the vicinity of equipment
marked with the following symbol:
NOTE 1
At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and reflection
from structures, objects and people.
a
b
Field strengths from fixed transmitters, such as base stations fro radio (cellular/cordless) telephones and land mobile radios,
amateur radio, AM and FM radio broadcast and TV broadcast cannot be predicted theoretically with accuracy. To assess
the electromagnetic environment due to fixed RF transmitters. an electromagnetic site survey should be considered. If the
measured field strength in the location in which the LM-ProPower is used exceeds the applicable RF compliance level
above, the LM-ProPower should be observed to verify normal operation. If abnormal performance is observed additional
measures may be necessary, such as reorienting or relocating the LM-ProPower.
Over the frequency range 150 kHz to 80 MHz, field strengths should be less than 3 V/m.
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Warranty and declaration
Recommended separation distances between
portable and mobile RF communications equipment and the LM-ProPower
The LM-ProPower is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF disturbances are
controlled. The customer or the user of the equipment can help prevent electromagnetic interference by maintaining a
minimum distance between portable and mobile RF communications equipment (transmitters) and the LM-ProPower as
recommended below, according to the maximum output power of the communications equipment.
Separation distance according to frequency of transmitter
m
Rated maximum output power of
transmitter
W
150 kHz to 80 MHz
80 MHz to 800 MHz
800
2,5MHz
GHz
150 MHz
kHz to 80
d = 1,2√P
d = 1,2√P
d = 2,3√P
0,01
0,12
0,12
0,23
0,1
0,38
0,38
0,73
1
1,2
1,2
2,3
10
3,8
3,8
7,3
100
12
12
23
For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended separation distance d in metres
(m) can be estimated using the equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter, where P is the maximum output
power rating of the transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer.
NOTE 1 At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the separation distance for the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and
reflection from structures, objects and people.
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LMDental
LM-Instruments Oy
www.lm-dental.com/Downloads
9770090 J
0314EN
PL 88 (Norrbyn rantatie 8)
FI-21601 Parainen, Finland
Tel. +358 2 4546 400
Fax +358 2 4546 444
[email protected]
www.lm-dental.com
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