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DePuy Synthes Universal Battery Charger II User`s manual
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baTTery Charger II
user‘s Manual
Table of Contents
Introduction
General Information
2
2
• Intended use
2
• Compatibility 2
• Abbreviations 3
• Safety precautions
•
Scope of delivery
3
3
• Storage and transport
• Warranty3
Description of the Controls
4
Operating Instructions
Starting the System
5
Charging the Battery/Power Module
• Charging the battery
• Temperature monitoring
• Charging new batteries or batteries
not recently used
• Errors during charging
6
6
7
7
Checking and Refreshing Batteries/Power Module
• Battery Power Line and Small Battery Drive batteries
• Battery Power Line II and Small Battery Drive II batteries
•
Trauma Recon System power module
8
10
12
Storing Batteries
13
Slot Covers Set
14
Care and Maintenance
7
8
Cleaning15
Repair and Technical Service
16
Disposal17
Troubleshooting18
System Specifications21
Electromagnetic Compatibility25
Ordering Information33
Universal Battery Charger II User’s Manual DePuy Synthes Power Tools Introduction
General Information
Intended use
The Universal Battery Charger II (05.001.204), referred to
henceforth as the charger or device, allows the following
DePuy Synthes Power Tools batteries to be automatically
charged and manually checked:
System
HandpiecesBattery/ Power Module
Battery Power Line
530.605 530.620 (14.4 V, NiMH)
530.610
530.615 Battery Power Line II
530.705 530.630 (14.8 V, Li-Ion)
530.710
530.715 Trauma Recon System
05.001.201
05.001.202 (25.2 V, Li-Ion)
05.001.240 Small Battery Drive
532.010
532.003 (12 V, NiCd)
532.033 (14.4 V, NiCd)
Small Battery Drive II
532.103 (14.4 V, Li-Ion)
532.110
If required, Battery Power Line battery (530.620) and Small
Battery Drive batteries (532.003, 532.033) can also be
refreshed with the charger (see page 8).
Abbreviations
Please note the below mentioned items are abbreviated
throughout the document as follows:
Compatibility
The Small Battery Drive batteries (532.003, 532.033) can be
used with Small Battery Drive II handpiece (532.110).
Items
Abbreviation
Small Battery DriveSBD
Small Battery Drive IISBD II
Power Module for Trauma Recon SystemPower Module
Universal Battery Charger II UBC II
The Small Battery Drive II battery (532.103) can be used with
the Small Battery Drive handpiece (532.010).
The Battery Power Line battery (530.620) can be used with
the Battery Power Line II handpieces (530.705, 530.710,
530.715).
The Battery Power Line II battery (530.630) can be used with
the Battery Power Line handpieces (530.605, 530.610,
530.615).
Precaution: The battery for the Power Drive (530.200)
­cannot be charged with the UBC II. Please use the UBC
item number 530.601.
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Introduction
General Information
Safety precautions
The device may only be used with the supplied power cord.
The device may only be operated on an even, dry surface
that is sufficiently strong to hold its weight.
2.5 m
Avoid contact with fluids.
The device is designed to be operated and stored in closed
rooms. Ensure that the device is not operated in the direct
vicinity of radiators or other heat emitting devices (please
­refer to page 23 for details on environmental conditions).
1.5 m
1.5 m
Please observe the information on the electromagnetic
­compatibility, see page 25.
The device may only be used for the authorized
DePuy Synthes Power Tools batteries.
1.5 m
Before operating the device, check that it is in sound
condition and is working properly.
If it is not in perfect working order, contact the
DePuy Synthes Power Tools representative. Do not use
a damaged or faulty device.
Precautions:
xOnly use the DePuy Synthes Power Tools Universal Battery
Charger II (05.001.204) to charge batteries. Using a charger
that is not from DePuy Synthes Power Tools can damage
the battery/ power module.
Do not open ­device. Risk of fatal injury due to electric
x
shock!
xDo not use the device in the sterile area of the operating
room.
x The device must not come into direct or indirect contact
with the patient.
xDo not use the device in patient vicinity. The patient
vicinity is an area 2.5 m above and 1.5 m next to the
patient (see Fig. on the right).
xDo not wash the device in a washer/disinfector. The device
must not be sterilized. Please see page 15 for information
on cleaning and maintenance.
xDo not operate the device in the presence of a flammable
anesthetics mixture with air or oxygen or with nitrous o
­ xide.
xDo not expose the device to direct sunlight or moisture.
x The charging station should always be turned on when
a battery is in the charging bay. This ensures availability
and prevents discharge.
Scope of delivery
The Universal Battery Charger II consists of the charger
(05.001.204), power cord (05.001.140), and four slot covers
set (05.001.228). The device may only be used with the
supplied power cord.
Storage and transport
All batteries/power modules should be removed for
transporting the charger.
Use the original packaging for shipping and transport.
If this is no longer available, please contact the
DePuy Synthes Power Tools represen­tative.
The same environmental conditions apply for transport as
for storage, see page 23.
Warranty
The warranty for the device is null and void if the device has
not been used properly or the guarantee seal has been
damaged. The manufacturer does not accept liability for
damage resulting from repairs or maintenance carried out by
unauthorized sites. For a complete warranty statement, please
contact the DePuy Synthes Power Tools Customer Service.
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Description of the Controls
Front view
1 Charger bays (24)
2Symbols for battery type
3ON/OFF display
4 Control display for each charging bay
5 Ventilation holes
1
2
3
4
5
Rear view
6 Ventilation holes
7ON/OFF power switch
8Fuses: 225 AT / 250 V
9Power cord connection
6
7
8
9
Charger bay
The device is fitted with four independent charger bays. Each
of these has three slots for the following batteries:
10 Battery Power Line and Battery Power Line II batteries
(530.620, 530.630)
11 Trauma Recon System Power Module (05.001.202)
12 SBD and SBD II batteries (532.003, 532.033, 532.103)
10
11
12
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Operating Instructions
Starting the System
Before starting for the first time, ensure that the power
switch is set to . The device can only be connected to the
power supply using the supplied power cord. Set the power
switch to I to turn the device on (Fig. 1). The ON/OFF d
­ isplay
light on the front of the device will illuminate (Fig. 2). If the
display flashes, the device must be sent in for repair.
for a single charger bay
Note: If the red display light
lights up (Fig. 3) before the battery is inserted, this
charger bay is faulty. In this case, batteries can still be
charged in the other charger bays, but it is recommended
that the device be sent to the DePuy Synthes Power Tools
Service Department for repair.
Precautions:
x Place the device on a non-slip, stable base. Ensure
that the ventilation holes in the base of the device are
not covered by towels or other objects.
x Do not position the device so that it is difficult to
separate the power cord from the supply mains.
x Do not operate the device in the direct vicinity of
radiators or other heat emitting devices, as these can
affect the d
­ evice.
x Do not expose the device to direct sunlight or moisture.
x Do not cover the side ventilation holes on the device.
x Connect only to a power supply with grounding, a
rated voltage between 100 V and 240 V and a
network f­ requency range of 50 or 60 Hz.
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
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Operating Instructions
Charging the Battery/Power Module
Charging the battery
Place the battery to be charged in the proper direction into
the corresponding slot of an empty charger bay. Only one
battery can be charged in each charger bay at a time.
All charger bays can, however, be used simultaneously with
any combination of battery types.
Once the battery types have been identified the charging
process starts automatically. This is signalled by the yellow
(Fig. 1).
charger display
Depending on the charge status and type of battery, it can
take from about 15 minutes to around 60 minutes to charge.
Fig. 1
lights
Once the battery is fully charged, the green display
up and the charger switches to maintenance charge (Fig. 2).
The battery can be left in the charger. Leave the device
switched on to ensure that the battery is always fully charged.
If the battery is removed from the charger before the green
lights up, it will not be fully charged.
display
Precautions:
x Insert the battery into the correct slot.
x Ensure that the battery is fitted correctly and is
identified by the device (yellow charger display
lights up).
x If the display does not light up after the battery is
inserted, remove the battery and insert again or
insert into another charger bay.
x Do not insert any objects other than batteries into the
charger, as the contacts may otherwise be damaged.
Fig. 2
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Operating Instructions
Charging the Battery/Power Module
Temperature monitoring
The battery and the charger heat up during the charging
process. The ventilation holes should therefore not be
­covered.
flashing
If the battery temperature is too high, the yellow charger
starts flashing (Fig. 3). To protect the battery, the
­display
device stops charging until the battery has cooled down.
Do not remove the battery from the charger if this occurs
lights up constantly. The
­until the yellow charger display
charging time will be longer in this case.
Charging new batteries or batteries not recently used
Battery Power Line battery (530.620) or SBD batteries
(532.003, 532.033) that have not been used for a long
period of time and that have not been stored in an activated
charger do not reach their maximum performance for several
charging and discharging cycles. In case of doubt, the
charger can be used to check the battery status and to
refresh the battery (see page 8).
Fig. 3
Errors during charging
The following errors may occur while charging a battery:
flashes (Fig. 3)
Yellow display light
The battery is too hot and has to cool down before the
charging process can be automatically resumed. The battery
can be left in the charger.
Fig. 4
lights up (Fig. 4)
Red display light
The battery is faulty and has to be replaced.
No display light
The battery has not engaged in the charging bay or has
not been recognized by the device. Remove the battery and
insert again or use another charger bay.
Precautions:
x Do not charge mechanically damaged batteries in the
charger.
x Only charge batteries authorized for the device
(see page 29).
x Only use fully charged batteries to avoid delays
during ­surgery.
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Operating Instructions
Checking and Refreshing Batteries/
Power Module
Battery Power Line and SBD batteries
The charger enables Battery Power Line battery (530.620)
and SBD batteries (532.003, 532.033) to be refreshed and
checked.
It will be indicated if the battery performance is sufficient or
if the battery needs to be replaced.
The following factors will affect the battery performance
xUnused, new battery
xBattery not used for a longer period
In these cases a battery will only reach its maximum
performance after several charging and discharging cycles.
The check and refresh function ensures that the battery
regains its maximum performance again.
Fig. 1
xOld battery
The battery performance declines with age and usage.
With the check function it can be seen if the battery
­performance is sufficient. However, due to the age of the
battery it is no longer possible to refresh it.
When required, the check and refresh function is started
manually, as outlined below.
After the battery is inserted, the yellow charger display
lights up. To refresh and check the battery, press the button
with the exclamation mark for at least 2 seconds (Fig. 1)
until the yellow display light lights up (Fig. 2). The device
then carries out the process. The yellow display lights up
throughout this time.
Fig. 2
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Operating Instructions
Checking and Refreshing Batteries/Power Module
Completion of the process is indicated as follows:
xGreen display light
(Fig. 3): Battery has been
successfully refreshed, checked, and charged.
xRed display light (Fig. 4): Either the battery is faulty
or performance is insufficient. The battery must be
disposed of.
The entire process (refreshing and checking battery
status) takes around 10 hours and should only
be carried out if there is enough time to do so.
A battery can be charged, checked, or r­ efreshed
independently in each charger bay.
Fig. 3
Precautions:
x To recharge batteries normally, do not press the
exclamation mark button .
x Checking the battery status and refreshing the battery
have an impact on the battery. If this is carried out
­frequently the lifespan of the battery can be affected.
x Do not remove the battery from the charger bay as
long as the yellow display lights up (Fig. 2 on
previous page). Wait until the process has ended and
or red display
lights up. Only then is
the green
the battery status clearly assessed.
x The process is interrupted if there is a power cut or a
switch to the emergency power supply and will then
have to be restarted.
Fig. 4
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Operating Instructions
Checking and Refreshing Batteries/Power Module
Battery Power Line II and SBD II batteries
The charger enables Battery Power Line II and SBD II batteries
(530.630, 532.103) to be checked. It will be indicated if the
battery performance is ­sufficient or if the ­battery needs to be
replaced.
Due to the very low self-discharging rate of Lithium-based
batteries a refresh function is not required.
When required, the check function is started manually, as
outlined below.
After the battery is inserted, the yellow charger display
lights up. To check the battery, press the button with the
­exclamation mark for at least 2 seconds (Fig. 5) until the
yellow display light lights up (Fig. 6). The device then
­carries out the process. The yellow display lights up
throughout this time.
Fig. 5
Fig. 6
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Operating Instructions
Checking and Refreshing Batteries/Power Module
Completion of the process is indicated as follows:
xGreen display light
(Fig. 7): Battery has been
successfully checked and charged.
xRed display light (Fig. 8): Either the battery is faulty or
performance is insufficient. The battery must be disposed of.
The entire process (checking battery status) takes
around 3 hours and should only be carried out if there
is enough time to do so.
A battery can be charged or checked independently in each
charger bay.
Precautions:
x To recharge batteries normally, do not press the
exclamation mark button .
x Checking the battery status has an impact on the
battery. If this is carried out frequently the lifespan
of the battery can be affected.
x Do not remove the battery from the charger bay as
long as the yellow display lights up (Fig. 6 on
previous page). Wait until the process has ended and
or red display
lights up. Only then is
the green
the battery status clearly assessed.
x The process is interrupted if there is a power cut or a
switch to the emergency power supply and will then
have to be restarted.
Fig. 7
Fig. 8
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Operating Instructions
Checking and Refreshing Batteries/Power Module
Trauma Recon System power module
To ensure that the Trauma Recon System (05.001.201,
05.001.240) is operating properly, the Trauma ­Recon System
power module (05.001.202) has to be checked at periodical
intervals. It will be indicated if the power module performance
is sufficient or if the power module needs to be replaced.
The charger will indicate the necessity, but the user can
choose a convenient time to check the power module,
as this can take around 4 hours.
When it needs to be checked, the yellow display light flashes
(Fig. 9). The check needs to be carried out within the next
3 charging cycles. This is done by pressing the ex­clamation mark
button for at least 2 seconds (Fig. 10). The yellow charger
goes out and the display changes from flashing to
display
lighting up (Fig. 11). If the check is not carried out within the
next 3 charging ­cycles, the device carries out the check
automatically.
flashing
Fig. 9
Completion of the process is indicated as follows:
xGreen display light
(Fig. 7 on previous page): power
module has been checked, charged and is ready to use.
xRed display light (Fig. 8 on previous page): power
­module has been checked, is not charged and cannot be
used; the red service indicator lamp on the power module
lights up. Send in the power module for servicing.
A power module can be charged or checked independently
in each charger bay.
flashing
Fig. 10
Precautions:
x If the check is not carried out within the next 3
charging cycles, the charger starts this process automatically. The yellow display lights up (Fig. 11).
x It takes around 4 hours to check the power module.
Fig. 11
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Operating Instructions
Storing Batteries
Immediately recharge batteries and the power module after
each use.
Any SBD batteries (532.003, 532.033) or Battery Power Line
battery (530.620) that are not used should a­ lways be stored in
the activated charger (maintenance charge). This guarantees
that the batteries are always fully charged and ready to use.
Precautions:
x Do not use batteries/power modules that are not fully
charged. A partial charge may not be sufficient for
the i­ ntended use.
x Unusable or faulty batteries/power modules should
not be used. They should be disposed of (see section
“Disposal” on page 17).
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Operating Instructions
Slot Covers Set
The Slot Covers Set (05.001.228) consists of three plastic
elements which were developed to cover the unused slots of
the charger (Fig. 1). A Slot Cover helps to insert a battery or
power module much easier into the Universal Battery Charger II
because it covers the unused slots of the charger (Fig. 2).
Therefore, it prevents the insertion of a battery or power
module into the wrong slot.
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
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Care and MaInTenanCe
Cleaning
The device must be unplugged before it is cleaned.
occasionally wipe down the device with a dry cloth. If it
is very dirty the device can be cleaned with a slightly damp
cloth. dry well. do not use solvents.
Whenever it is cleaned the device should be checked to
ensure it is working properly and is not damaged.
Maintenance of the device is not required.
If there are any faults, please send the device to the
DePuy Synthes Power Tools service department for repair.
Precautions:
x Danger of electric shock! Unplug before cleaning.
x Do not wash the device in a washer/disinfector.
x Device must not be sterilized.
x Make sure that no solution enters the device.
x If necessary, clean the contacts in the charger bays
using the utmost care.
Universal Battery Charger II
User’s Manual
DePuy Synthes Power Tools
15
Care and Maintenance
Repair and Technical Service
The device should be sent to the DePuy Synthes Power Tools
Service Department for repair if it is faulty or malfunctions.
The same applies if the ON/OFF display does not light up or
flashes when the device is switched on.
To prevent damage during shipping use the original packaging
to return devices back to DePuy Synthes Power Tools. If this is
not possible, please contact the DePuy Synthes Power Tools
representative.
Users or third parties should not carry out repairs themselves.
Precaution: The manufacturer shall assume no responsibility for damage resulting from unauthorized repair.
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Care and Maintenance
Disposal
In most cases faulty chargers can be repaired (see previous
section “Repair and Technical Service”).
The European directive 2002/96/EC on waste
electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) applies to
this device. This device contains materials that should
be disposed of in accordance with environment p
­ rotection
requirements. Please observe national and l­ocal regulations.
Please send devices that are no longer used to the
DePuy Synthes Power Tools Service Department. This ensures
that they are disposed of in a­ ccordance with the national
application of the respective d
­ irective. The charger may not
be disposed of with household waste.
Faulty batteries may not be reused and should be disposed
of in an environmentally friendly manner and in accordance
with national regulations.
Universal Battery Charger II User’s Manual DePuy Synthes Power Tools 11
Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible cause
Solution
ON /OFF display does not light up.
Charger is switched off.
Switch on power switch.
Power cord is not plugged in.
Connect power cord to the connection
on the charger and plug into the
wall socket. Then switch on the power
switch on the charger.
Power supply is interrupted
(e.g. faulty fuse).
Check power supply. Replace fuse
(2 X 5 AT / 250 V) if necessary.
Charger is faulty.
Send the charger to
DePuy Synthes Power Tools Service
Department for repairs.
ON/OFF display flashes.
Charger is faulty.
Send the charger to
DePuy Synthes Power Tools Service
Department for repairs.
Although the battery/power module is
inserted there is no display light for
the charger bay.
Battery/power module is not fully
inserted.
Ensure that the battery/power module
is inserted ­properly.
Contacts in the charger bay are dirty.
Carefully clean contacts.
Battery/power module was not recognized by the charger.
Use another free charger bay.
Battery/power module is faulty.
Test the battery/power module in
­another charger bay and dispose of
if necessary.
Charger bay is faulty.
Send the charger to
DePuy Synthes Power Tools Service
Department for repairs.
Battery/power module is faulty.
Replace battery/power module.
Firmware has to be updated
Check firmware version on the sticker,
which is visible on the underside of
the charger and compare with the
minimum required firmware listed
on page 22. Send the charger to
DePuy Synthes Power Tools Service
Department for a software update.
lights up when the
Red display
battery/power module is inserted.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible cause
Solution
Red display
lights up when the
charger is switched on before the
batteries /power modules are inserted.
Charger bay is faulty.
Use another free charger bay.
Send the charger to the
DePuy Synthes Power Tools Service
Department for ­repairs.
flashes during the
Yellow display
charging process.
Battery/power module is too hot.
Leave battery/power module inserted in
the charger bay. Charger automatically
continues the charging process once the
battery/power module has cooled down.
Yellow display does not light up
when the button is pressed.
Button was released too soon.
Charger bay is faulty.
Charger has an error.
It is not possible to insert the battery/
power module into the slot.
Charger makes loud noises.
Hold button down for at least
2 seconds.
Select another free charger bay.
Send the device to the
DePuy Synthes Power Tools Service
Department for repair.
Switch off charger, then switch back
on after 5 seconds. If the ON / OFF
display flashes, send the device to the
DePuy Synthes Power Tools Service
Department for repair.
Wrong slot.
Select correct slot and re-insert
battery/power module.
Non-authorized battery/power
module.
Check battery/power module type.
Contacts in the slot bent.
Use another free charger bay.
Send the charger to the
DePuy Synthes Power Tools Service
Department for repair.
Ventilation holes on the sides, back
or base are covered and/or the device
is next to a heat source. Automatic
cooling is on full power.
Expose ventilation holes and/or ensure
that the device is not next to a heat
source.
Universal Battery Charger II User’s Manual DePuy Synthes Power Tools 11
Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible cause
Solution
Battery/power module performance
is low.
Insufficient battery/power module
­status.
Refresh battery (see page 8). Only
possible with Battery Power Line
­battery (530.620) and SBD ­batteries
(532.003, 532.033).
Expected battery/power module life
is reached.
Test battery/power module (see page 8).
lights up, ­replace
If the red d
­ isplay
battery/power module.
Battery/power module is not ready
for use.
Charge battery/power module until
lights up.
green display
Power tool or attachment is sluggish,
i.e. as a result of insufficient
maintenance.
Send power tool and attachments to
DePuy Synthes Power Tools Service
Department for repair.
Battery/power module was exposed to
excessive heat.
Replace battery/power module.
Battery/power module was washed,
disinfected or sterilized.
Replace battery/power module.
Battery/power module was short-fused
by metal ­objects.
Replace battery/power module.
Battery/power module fell on the
floor.
Replace battery/power module.
Battery /power module is visibly
damaged.
Please also observe the instructions for use
of the corresponding power tools.
If the recommended solutions do not work,
please contact your DePuy Synthes Power Tools
representative.
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System Specifications
Device Specifications
Dimensions (L2B2H)
310 mm 2 220 mm 2 175 mm
Weight
4.8 kg
Operating voltage
100 V – 240 V, 50/60 Hz
Operating current
1.2–2.8 A AC
Mains rated input
250 W
Protection class
I, EN/IEC 60601-1 (2005+Corr:07)
Protection type by casing IPX0, EN/IEC 60601-1
(2005+Corr:07)
Fuses225 AT / 250 V
Operating mode
Continuous operating mode
SterilizationDevice must not be sterilized
Subject to technical modifications
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System Specifications
Minimum Required Firmware Version of UBC II
In order that the different battery types can be recognized and
charged by UBC II the correct Firmware version is required. The
table below outlines the requirements for each battery type. If
required, send the charger to the DePuy Synthes Power Tools
Service Department for a firmware update.
System
Battery Power Line
Trauma Recon System
Small Battery Drive
Small Battery Drive II
Battery Power Line II
Battery/power module
Minimum required Firmware version of UBC II
530.620 (14.4 V, NiMH) 2.0 (no sticker on the underside of the charger)
05.001.202 (25.2 V, Li-Ion) 2.0 (no sticker on the underside of the charger)
532.003 (12 V, NiCd) 2.0 (no sticker on the underside of the charger)
532.033 (14.4 V, NiCd) 2.0 (no sticker on the underside of the charger)
532.103 (14.4 V, Li-Ion)
11.0 (sticker visible on the underside of the charger*)
530.630 (14.8 V, Li-Ion)
14.0 (sticker visible on the underside of the charger*)
*Sticker as shown on the underside of the charger with
Firmware version 11.0
SW-Rev.11.0
2010 /08 /04
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System Specifications
Environmental Conditions
Operation
Storage
Transport
Temperature
40 °C 50 °C 60 °C
104 °F
122 °F
140 °F
10 °C
–20 °C
–29 °C
for max.
50 °F – 4 °F
–20 °F
72 hours
Relative humidity
Atmospheric pressure
Altitude
90 %
30 %
90 %
10 %
1060 hPa
90 %
10 %
1060 hPa
1060 hPa
700 hPa
500 hPa
500 hPa
0 – 3000 m
0 – 5000 m
–
Precaution: The device is not suitable for use in the
presence of a flammable anesthetics mixture with air or
oxygen or with nitrous oxide.
Universal Battery Charger II User’s Manual DePuy Synthes Power Tools 22
System Specifications
Applicable Standards
The device meets the following standards:
EN/IEC 60601-1 2nd Edition
10PB
Universal Battery Charger II
With respect to electrical shock, fire, and
mechanical hazards only in accordance with
UL 60601-1/CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 601.1
IEC 60601-1-2
IEC 60601-1-4
EN/IEC 60601-1 3rd Edition
Universal Battery Charger II
With respect to electrical shock, fire, and
mechanical hazards only in accordance with
ANSI/AAMI ES60601-1 (2005+C1+A2)
CSA C22.2 No 60601.1 (2008)
EN/IEC 60601-1 (2005+Corr:07)
22 DePuy Synthes Power Tools Universal Battery Charger II User’s Manual
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Accompanying Documents in Accordance with EN/IEC 60601-1-2, Clause 5.2.2
Table 1: Emissions
Guidelines and manufacturer’s declaration – electromagnetic emissions
The DePuy Synthes Power Tools Universal Battery Charger II is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified
below. The customer or the user of the DePuy Synthes Power Tools Universal Battery Charger II should assure that it is used in
such an environment.
Emission tests
Compliance
Electromagnetic environment – guidance
RF emissions
CISPR 11
Group 1
The DePuy Synthes Power Tools Universal Battery
Charger II uses RF energy only for its internal
function. Therefore, its RF emission is very low
and it is not likely to cause any interference in
nearby electronic equipment.
RF emissions
CISPR 11
Class B
Harmonic emissions
IEC 61000-3-2
Class A
The DePuy Synthes Power Tools Universal Battery
Charger II 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.
Voltage fluctuations/
flicker emissions
IEC 61000-3-3
Complies
Universal Battery Charger II User’s Manual DePuy Synthes Power Tools 22
Electromagnetic Compatibility – Accompanying Documents
in Accordance with EN/IEC 60601-1-2, Clause 5.2.2
Table 2: Immunity (all devices)
Guidelines and manufacturer’s declaration – electromagnetic immunity
The DePuy Synthes Power Tools Universal Battery Charger II is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified
below. The customer or the user of the DePuy Synthes Power Tools Universal Battery Charger II should assure that it is used
in such an environment.
Immunity test
standard
IEC 60601
test level
Compliance
level
Electromagnetic environment – guidance
Electrostatic
discharge (ESD)
IEC 61000-4-2
±6 kV contact
±8 kV air
±8 kV contact
±8 kV air
Floors should be wood, concrete, or ceramic tile.
If the floors are covered with synthetic material,
the relative humidity should be at least 30%.
Electrical fast
transient / burst
IEC 61000-4-4
±2 kV for power
supply lines
±2 kV for power
supply lines
Mains power quality should be that of a typical
commercial or hospital environment.
±1 kV line to line
±1 kV line to line
Mains power quality should be that of a typical
commercial or hospital environment.
±2 kV line to
earth
±2 kV line to
earth
<5 % UT
(0.5 cycle)
<5 % UT
(0.5 cycle)
40 % UT
(5 cycles)
40 % UT
(5 cycles)
70 % UT
(25 cycles)
70 % UT
(25 cycles)
<5 % UT for 5 s
<5 % UT for 5 s
±1 kV for signal
lines
Surge
IEC 61000-4-5
Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations
on power supply lines
IEC 61000-4-11
Mains power quality should be that of a typical
commercial or hospital environment. If the user of
the DePuy Synthes Power Tools Universal Battery
Charger II requires continued operation during
power mains interruptions, it is recommended
that the DePuy Synthes Power Tools Universal
Battery Charger II is powered from a UPS.
Note: UT is the A.C. mains voltage prior to application of the test level.
Power frequency (50/60 Hz)
magnetic field
IEC 61000-4-8
3 A/m
30 A/m
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Power frequency magnetic fields should be
at ­levels characteristic of a typical location in a
­typical commercial or hospital environment.
Electromagnetic Compatibility – Accompanying Documents
in Accordance with EN/IEC 60601-1-2, Clause 5.2.2
Table 4: Immunity (not life-supporting devices)
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration – electromagnetic immunity
The DePuy Synthes Power Tools Universal Battery Charger II is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified
below. The customer or the user of the DePuy Synthes Power Tools Universal Battery Charger II should assure that it is used in
such an environment.
Electromagnetic environment – guidance
Portable and mobile RF communications equipment should be used no closer to any part of the DePuy Synthes Power Tools
Universal Battery Charger II, including cables, than the recommended separation distance calculated from the equation
applicable to the frequency of the transmitter.
IEC 60601
Compliance
Recommended
Immunity test
test level
level
separation distance
standard
Conducted RF
IEC 61000-4-6
3 Vrms
150 kHz to 80 MHz
V1 = 10 Vrms
150 kHz to 80 MHz
d = 0.35 =+P
150 kHz to 80 MHz
Radiated RF
IEC 61000-4-3
3 V/m
80 MHz to 800 MHz
E1 = 10 V/m
80 MHz to 800 MHz
d = 0.35 =+P
80 MHz to 800 MHz
Radiated RF
IEC 61000-4-3
3 V/m
800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
E2 = 7 V/m
800 MHz to 2.7 GHz
d = =+P
800 MHz to 2.7 GHz
where P is the maximum output power rating of the transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer
and d is the recommended separation distance in meters (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 Field strengths from fixed transmitters, such as base stations for radio (cellular/cordless) telephones and land mobile radios, amateur radio, AM and FM radio broadcast
and TV broadcast cannot be predicted theoretically with accuracy. To assess the electromagnetic environment due to fixed RF transmitters, an electromagnetic site survey
should be considered. If the measured field strength in the location in which the Synthes Universal Battery Charger II is used exceeds the applicable RF compliance level
above, the Synthes Universal Battery Charger II should be observed to verify normal operation. If abnormal performance is observed, additional measures may be
necessary, such as re-orienting or relocating the Synthes Universal Battery Charger II.
b Over the frequency range 150 kHz to 80 MHz, field strengths should be less than 10 V/m.
Universal Battery Charger II User’s Manual DePuy Synthes Power Tools 22
Electromagnetic Compatibility – Accompanying Documents
in Accordance with EN/IEC 60601-1-2, Clause 5.2.2
Table 6: Recommended separation distances (not life-supporting devices)
Recommended separation distances between portable and mobile RF communications equipment
and the Synthes Universal Battery Charger II
The DePuy Synthes Power Tools Universal Battery Charger II is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment in which
radiated RF disturbances are controlled. The customer or the user of the DePuy Synthes Power Tools Universal Battery Charger
II can help prevent electromagnetic interference by maintaining a minimum distance between portable and mobile RF
communications equipment (transmitters) and the DePuy Synthes Power Tools Universal Battery Charger II as recommended
below, according to the maximum output power of the c­ ommunication equipment.
Rated maximum output
power of transmitter
W
Separation distance according to frequency of transmitter
m
150 kHz to 80 MHz
d = 0.35 =+P
80 MHz to 800 MHz
d = 0.35 =+P
800 MHz to 2700 MHz
d = =+P
0.01
3.5 cm
3.5 cm
10 cm
0.1
11 cm
11 cm
32 cm
1
35 cm
35 cm
1m
10
1.1 m
1.1 m
3.2 m
100
3.5 m
3.5 m
10 m
For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended separation distance d in meters (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.
22 DePuy Synthes Power Tools Universal Battery Charger II User’s Manual
Batteries/Power Modules Compatible with
Universal Battery Charger II
Battery for Battery Power Line
Product number 530.620
Operating voltage (rated) 14.4 V
Battery capacity 2 Ah / 28.8 Wh
Battery NiMH
Typical charging time <60 min
Battery for Battery Power Line II
Product number 530.630
Operating voltage (rated)
14.8 V
Battery capacity
1.5 Ah / 22.2 Wh
BatteryLi-Ion
Typical charging time
<60 min
Power Module for Trauma Recon System
Product number 05.001.202
Operating voltage (rated) 25.2 V
Battery capacity 1.2 Ah / 30.24 Wh
Battery Li-Ion
Typical charging time <60 min
Universal Battery Charger II User’s Manual DePuy Synthes Power Tools 22
Batteries/Power Modules Compatible with
Universal Battery Charger II
Batteries for Small Battery Drive
Product number 532.003
Operating voltage (rated) 12 V Battery capacity 0.5 Ah / 6 Wh
Battery NiCd
Typical charging time <60 min
Product number 532.033
Operating voltage (rated) 14.4 V
Battery capacity 0.5 Ah / 7.2 Wh
Battery NiCd
Typical charging time <60 min
Battery for Small Battery Drive II
Product number 532.103
Operating voltage (rated) 14.4 V
Battery capacity 1.2 Ah / 17.28 Wh
Battery Li-Ion
Typical charging time <60 min
Precaution: The battery for the Power Drive (530.200)
­cannot be charged with the UBC II. Please use the UBC
item number 530.601.
33 DePuy Synthes Power Tools Universal Battery Charger II User’s Manual
Explanation of Symbols Used
Symbols for Operating the Charger
Battery is charged. The charger has switched to
maintenance charge and checks that the battery is
always fully charged and ready to use.
Lighting display: the battery is partially charged.
The charging process is not completed.
Flashing display: the battery is too hot (see page 7).
The battery is faulty and has to be replaced (see
page 7) or the charger bay is faulty (see page 5).
Button to check and refresh batteries (see page 8)
and to check Battery Power Line II, SBD II batteries,
or power modules (see page 10).
Lighting display: the process to check and refresh
batteries (see page 8) and to check Battery Power
Line II, SBD II batteries, or power modules (see page
10) is on­going.
Flashing display: the inserted Trauma Recon System
power module should be checked (see page 12).
Symbol for Battery Power Line and
Battery Power Line II batteries (530.620, 530.630)
Symbol for Trauma Recon System power module
(05.001.202)
Symbol for SBD and SBD II batteries (532.003,
532.033, 532.103)
Universal Battery Charger II User’s Manual DePuy Synthes Power Tools 33
Explanation of Symbols Used
Symbols on the Charger
Read the provided instructions for use b
­ efore
­operating the device.
SW-Rev.11.0
2010 /08 /04
Firmware version of UBCII
(see page 22)
Caution
The European directive 2002/96/EC on waste
­electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) applies
to this device. This device contains materials
that should be disposed of in accordance with
­environment p
­ rotection requirements. Please
­observe national and l­ocal regulations.
See section entitled “Disposal” on page 17.
2x5AT/250V
breaking capacity
capacité de rupture
150A / 250V
non sterile
Date of manufacture
10PB
Universal Battery Charger II
With respect to electrical shock, fire, and
mechanical hazards only in accordance with
UL 60601-1/CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 601.1
Universal Battery Charger II
With respect to electrical shock, fire, and
mechanical hazards only in accordance with
ANSI/AAMI ES60601-1 (2005+C1+A2)
CSA C22.2 No 60601.1 (2008)
EN/IEC 60601-1 (2005+Corr:07)
The device meets the requirements of directive
93/42/EEC for medical devices. It is authorized by
an independent named site for which it bears the
CE symbol.
33 DePuy Synthes Power Tools Universal Battery Charger II User’s Manual
Fuses: 225 AT / 250 V
Nonsterile
Temperature
(see page 23)
Relative humidity
(see page 23)
Atmospheric pressure
(see page 23)
Do not use
if package is damaged
Ordering Information
Battery charger
05.001.204Universal Battery Charger II
Batteries
530.620Battery for Battery Power Line, 14.4 V
530.630Battery for Battery Power Line II, 14.8 V
05.001.202Power Module for Trauma Recon System
25.2 V
532.003Battery for SBD/SBD II, 12 V, standard
532.033Battery for SBD/SBD II, 14.4 V
532.103Battery for SBD/SBD II, 14.4 V
Power cord
05.001.140Power Cord, three-pole, North America
Slot Covers Set
05.001.228Slot Covers Set for Universal Battery
Charger II
Universal Battery Charger II User’s Manual DePuy Synthes Power Tools 33
Limited Warranty and Disclaimer: Products are sold with a limited warranty to the original purchaser
against defects in workmanship and materials. Any other express or implied warranties, including
warranties of merchantability or fitness, are hereby disclaimed. Please contact Customer Service
for full Warranty statement.
WARNING: in the USA, this product has labeling limitations. See package insert for complete
information.
CAUTION: USA Law restricts these devices to sale by or on the order of a physician.
To order in the US, call DePuy Synthes Power Tools Customer Service: (800) 327-6887.
Not all products are currently available in all markets.
Synthes USA
1302 Wrights Lane East
West Chester, PA 19380
USA
Tel: (610) 719-5000
To Order: (800) 327-6887
Fax: (800) 327-6661
Email: infoPowerTools@DPYUS.jnj.com
Synthes (Canada) Ltd.
2566 Meadowpine Boulevard
Mississauga, Ontario L5N 6P9
Telephone: (905) 567-0440
To order: (800) 668-1119
Fax: (905) 567-3185
www.depuysynthes.com
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