Delta 1000 Semi-Electric Operating Manual

Delta 1000 Semi-Electric Operating Manual
Delta 1000
Ultra Light Plus, Semi Electric Bed
Item # 15030
Owner’s Assembly And Operating Manual
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Assembly Instructions
Confirm that all parts are present.
A.Foot Spring
B. Head Spring
C. Head Board
D. Foot Board
E. Hi/Low Shaft
F. Locking Pins
G. Motor
H. Hand Crank (attached to foot board for shipping)
I. Casters (4) - 2 locking, 2 non-locking
J. Spring Clips (2)
K. Hand Pendant
D
C
A
E
F
I
J
H
B
K
G
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Assembly Instructions Cont.
1. Install drive shaft onto foot section.
Thumb Screw
2.
1/4” Gap
The lock collar comes pre-set from
the factory. Ensure that it is 1/4” 1/2” away from hanger bracket. If
not, slide lock collar 1/4” from the
foot side of the hanger bracket as
shown.Tighten thumb screw.
Note: The rail is marked full or semi as a guide.
3.
Connect the head spring
by aligning with foot spring and swinging both ends away from each other. (Continued
on next page)
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Assembly Instructions Cont.
Continued
4. With bed on side extend the shaft until it
reaches the full length of bed.
a. NOTE: The shaft adjustment holes are
marked to indicate the style (semi/full) of bed
the shaft is being installed on.
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Assembly Instructions Cont.
5. Optional: Insert lock pin through connected
sleep surface and secure with spring clip.
5A.Connect head section and foot section
by squeezing together and attaching
with spring links. Pull up the head
section and foot section to release
tension between the springs.
HAND CONTROL
The Competitor bed comes with a hand control that will illuminate when the bed is plugged into a grounded or
polarized wall outlet, or with 9V battery (sold separately) installed in the hand control. The hand control will
illuminate as long as the wall or battery has power. With this battery installed, the motor can be operated to
return the sleep surface to the horizontal position in the event of a power failure.
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Assembly Instructions Cont.
HAND CONTROL
The Competitor bed comes with a hand control that will
illuminate when the bed is plugged into a grounded or
polarized wall outlet, or with 9V battery (sold separately)
installed in the hand control. The hand control will
illuminate as long as the wall or battery has power. With
this battery installed, the motor can be operated to return
the sleep surface to the horizontal position in the event of
a power failure.
NOTE: Before installing motor, plug hand
pendant cable into motor as shown
6. Connect the 9V battery (sold separately) to the
battery clip on the motor. It is stored in the recess
under the motor cover. With this battery installed,
the motor can be operated to return the sleep
surface to the horizontal position in the event of a
power failure.
7. To install motor, remove locking caps on top of
the motor.
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Assembly Instructions Cont.
There are two methods for the installation of
the motor
Method A
The motor is installed on the bed frame when the frame is standing
on its side.
Installation instructions can be found on pages 8-9.
Method B
The motor is installed from underneath the bed frame
(horizontal to the ground)
Installation instructions can be found on pages 10-11.
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Assembly Instructions Cont.
Method A
Installation of the motor when bed frame is on its side
A1. Prior to installation, make sure that the 2 white motor blocks are in the retracted position.
CORRECT
Actuator Bar
INCORRECT
A2.
Align the opening on the head end of the
motor with the flange on the head section of
the bed and insert the flange into the motor
compartment.
A3. With the palm of your hand, snap the motor
flush to the actuator bar.
A4.
Align the opening on the foot end of the
motor with the flange on the foot section of
the bed and insert the flange into the motor
compartment.
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Assembly Instructions Cont.
Method A (Continued)
A5. With the palm of your hand, snap the motor
flush to the actuator bar.
A6. After the motor is installed, slide locking covers back on motor.
Leg Receptacle
Stem
A7.
Install the casters by inserting the
stem of the caster into the leg
receptacle. It is recommended to
install 1 locking caster and 1 nonlocking caster on each bed end.
The locking casters should be
installed diagonally from each other.
A8. Attach the foot board and head board
as shown.
a.
NOTE: The head section is higher than
the foot section. However, they are
interchangeable with each other, with all
other Drive and other manufacturers
head and foot boards.
End Method A
Go To Page 12, Step 8
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Assembly Instructions Cont.
Method B
Installation of the motor from underneath the frame
Leg Receptacle
Stem
B1.
Install the casters by inserting the
stem of the caster into the leg
receptacle. It is recommended to
install 1 locking caster and 1 nonlocking caster on each bed end.
The locking casters should be
installed diagonally from each other.
B2. Attach the foot board and head board
as shown.
a.
NOTE: The head section is higher than
the foot section. However, they are
interchangeable with each other, with all
other Drive and other manufacturers
head and foot boards.
B3. Prior to installation, make sure that the 2 white motor blocks are in the retracted position.
CORRECT
INCORRECT
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Assembly Instructions Cont.
Method B Continued
Actuator Bar
B4.With the motor orientated properly
with the bed (head to head, foot to
foot), align the motor with actuator bar
and lift the head spring to the highest
position. The motor will automatically
be pulled towards the bed and lock
onto the accuator. Once the head
side of the motor is attached to the
head section of the bed, return the
head section to the flat position. Once
flat, attach motor cover to the head
section of the motor. Repeat for foot
section.
Note: Be sure the head section is
attached first.
End Method B
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Assembly Instructions Cont.
8.
Install Hi/Low shaft to the foot section
of the bed by inserting the spring
loaded side of the shaft to the bottom
receptacle as shown.
Spring Loaded Shaft
8A.Based on the bed end configuration,
install the shaft into the proper port to
ensure correct bed hi/low function.
9. Install the head end of the shaft as
shown.
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Assembly Instructions Cont.
10. Release the spring loaded shaft on
the transition box at the foot end of
the spring and insert the shaft into the
transition box on the footboard.
Spring Loaded Shaft
NOTE: Transition box is pre-set from factory
but if using a non-Drive head or foot board,
and the shaft that extends from the crank
housing is too long or short, the transition box
can be adjusted with a 6mm allen key.
Crank Housing
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Bed Rail Installation
NOTE: USE DRIVE APPROVED RAILS ONLY
11. Attaching Bed Rails
a.
•
b.
•
•
Half rails
The head section features labels on the
frame marked, “Attach Half Rails Here”
and black springs for proper placement.
Full Rails
The foot and head section have color
coded springs, labels and notches in the
frame.
Install the cross brace between the black
springs for proper rail placement.
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Height Adjustment
12. To raise the height of the bed, remove the
crank that is attached to the bottom of the
foot board.
Crank
Crank Housing
13. Insert into the receptacle.
14. Turn clockwise to raise the height of the
bed, counter clockwise to lower the
height of the bed. Re-attach the crank to
the bracket on the bottom of the foot
board when not in use.
DOWN
UP
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Optional Fixed Height Adjustment
15. Optional fixed height adjustment with
lock pins
16. The four large pins are used if the height
of the bed is to be locked at a set height.
Set the height of the bed so that the hole
in the leg is aligned with the hole in the
bed end outer leg. Insert the pin through
each of the four legs and install the
spring clip on each.
17. Before a mattress is laid on the bed, flip
up the mattress guard to reduce the
movement of the mattress.
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Storage
18. Shown on Bed Storage Transporter with motor
attached with storage strap Drive model # 15060.
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Maintenance & Safety Checks
Drive recommends the following maintenance and cleaning procedures be conducted between users.
ELECTRONICS
• Check all controls to make sure all functions work properly.
• Foot control
• Head control
• Hi/Lo
• Check all cables for damaged or frayed wires.
• Power cord
• Pendant cord
• Check to make sure all plugs are fully inserted or attached.
• Check 9V battery on motor and replace annually.
BED FRAME & SLEEPING SURFACE
• Visually check all welds.
• Head section
• Foot section
• Main Frame
• Check joints between sleeping surface sections for loose fasteners.
CLEANING
• The metal parts of the bed are covered with a powder coating. Clean all coated parts with mild
detergent and warm water. Periodically raise head and feet sections of the bed and remove dust
from frame. Also, periodically remove mattress and clean mattress deck.
LUBRICATION & MECHANICAL
• Lightly grease all actuator screw threads with white lithium grease.
• Lubricate all caster roller and swivel bearings with light machine oil.
• Check all bolts and tighten as needed.
WARRANTY
• Lifetime warranty on welds.
• 5 year warranty on frame.
• 5 year warranty on motor.
• 5 year on hand control.
• 1 year warranty on all other parts and components.
During the warranty period, defective items will be repaired or replaced at Drive’s option at no charge.
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Specifications
DECK HEIGHT
BED HEIGHT
(HIGH POSITION)
BED HEIGHT
(LOW POSITION)
LENGTH
DECK WIDTH
ELECTICAL
• Motor is UL approved.
WEIGHT
• Normal operating conditions: 450 lbs evenly distributed.
CONSTRUCTION
• Frame: 11ga (.120) hot rolled steel (rolled formed).
• Sleeping surface: Zine plated steel wire and coils.
FINISH
• Durable Powder Coating.
80” MATTRESS
REQUIRED
20
99 Seaview Boulevard
Port Washington, NY 11050
Phone: 516-998-4600
Toll Free: 877.224.0946
Fax: 516.998.4601
www.drivemedical.com
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