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Ecel CURING LIGHT EC 500 Owner`s manual
Owner´s Manual
CURING LIGHT EC 500
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Curing Light
CONGRATULATIONS!
You have just purchased an equipment which uses the latest technology available in the
market, designed to provide maximum result, quality and safety.
!
For greater safety, read and understand all the instructions contained in this manual
before installing or operating this equipment.
All the information, illustrations and specifications included in this manual are based on
data available at the time of its publication. We reserve the right to make any modifications,
both on the equipment and in this manual without previous notice.
EQUIPMENT
Technical Name: Resin Curing Light
Trade Name: Curing Light
Commercial Model: EC 500
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Manufacturer:
Ecel Indústria e Comércio LTDA
CNPJ: 03.090.848/0001-47
Mogiana Avenue, 1854 Jd. Independência Ribeirão Preto/SP CEP: 14075-260 Phone:
(16) 3878-1700
Technical responsibility by: Walter Bagatta Junior CREA-SP: 0601359652
ANVISA(National Health Surveillance Agency) registration number: Declared as
exempt from registration by the Brazilian Health Department.
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Content
Figures....................................................................................................................... pg. 02
Product Presentation................................................................................................. pg. 04
Curing Light EC 500.................................................................................................. pg. 04
Installation................................................................................................................. pg. 04
Procedure Before Product Use.................................................................................. pg. 04
Product Description................................................................................................... pg. 04
Operation................................................................................................................... pg. 05
Time Settings............................................................................................................. pg. 05
Charging the Battery.................................................................................................. pg. 05
Recharging the Battery.............................................................................................. pg. 05
Battery Warning......................................................................................................... pg. 05
Cleaning and Care..................................................................................................... pg. 06
Maintenance.............................................................................................................. pg. 06
Recommendations, Precautions and Warnings......................................................... pg. 06
Battery Disposal.........................................................................................................pg. 07
Sensitivity to Environmental Conditions.....................................................................pg. 07
Precautions in Case of Disposal................................................................................ pg. 07
After Installation......................................................................................................... pg. 08
Transportation and Storage Conditions...................................................................... pg. 09
Authorized Service Network...................................................................................... pg. 09
Procedures in Case of Product Function is Altered................................................... pg. 09
Symbols..................................................................................................................... pg. 09
Final Recommendations............................................................................................ pg. 10
Preparation Before Delivery.......................................................................................pg. 10
Warranty.................................................................................................................... pg. 10
Technical Features.................................................................................................... pg. 10
Troubleshooting......................................................................................................... pg. 11
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Product Presentation
Packaging (single): Box (dimensions: 235mm x 190mm x 90mm)
List of items contained in the box: 01 Handpiece, 01 Charger Base, 01 Acrylic curing light
tip, 01 Eye protector, 01 Battery, 01 Charger and 01 Owner's manual.
Curing Light EC 500
Accompanying parts and accessories:
1 - Light Guide Tip
2 - Eye Protector
3 - Activation button
4 - Handpiece
5 - Battery
6 - Led indicator of battery charge
7 - Charger Base
8 - Charger
Consumption material: (not sold with the equipment)
1 - Photopolymerization resin.
Obs: The consumption materials have another ANVISA register and it is not supplied
with the equipment, it should be specified by the professional (Dentist).
Installation
Provide an electric outlet.
The power source is multi voltage, therefore it should be used in voltages from 100V to
240V with a frequency of 50/60Hz.
Unpack the equipment carefully.
Verify if all items that compose the equipment are present. (See section Accompanying
parts and accessories)
Connect the charger plug to the charger base.
Connect the charger (power plug) to the power supply.
Screw the battery on the inferior side of the handpiece.
Attach the acrylic curing light tip to the front orifice of the handpiece.
Plug the eye protector in the acrylic tip.
Set the handpiece on the charger base. Find a fresh and dry place, far from dust, humidity,
chemicals products and cleaning agents.
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Charge the battery during 12 hours before the first use.
After attaching the tip to the equipment, it should be cleaned with some gauze, since
oiliness from the user's hands and other stains on the acrylic tip may affect light
conduction.
Procedure Before Product Use
Install the equipment as described in the Installation section. Even on first use, the
equipment must be cleaned and disinfected, following the same procedures described in
the Cleaning and care section of this manual.
Product Description
The Curing light equipment uses a blue light source for curing (photopolymerization)
resin. Curing Light EC 500 is a wireless equipment, which allows freedom of movement
and total control. It is practical, portable, lightweight, and easy to clean and handling.
As an advantage, this equipment uses the latest LED technology, which replaces the
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halogen lamp (with estimated useful life of around 50 hours). It offers an estimated useful
life of around 10.000 hours, avoiding the frequent replaces of lamp. Another important
feature is the cold light, which generates a minimum of heating to the resin and the tooth.
It eliminates the use of filters, because the light is emitted in the appropriate spectrum
(approximately 470nm). The light is directional, and emitted by a tip attached to the
handpiece front.
Operation
Move the handpiece into the patient's mouth and press the button to activate the light.
Position the light tip at a maximum distance of 2mm from the material to be
photopolymerized.
In case curing needs to be repeated, press the activation button again. In order to interrupt
the curing cycle, press the activation button again.
In case of a long period without use, remove the light guide tip and separate the handpiece
and the battery, putting them away under adequate conditions.
! Keep the equipment out of the charger base until it indicates that need to recharge. In
this case, the equipment issue two beeps every 10 seconds.
The equipment will work even with the issue of beeps with light intensity satisfactory,
However, you should put the battery in the charger as soon as possible.
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Time Settings
Activate and keep pressed the handpiece activation button until a long tone is heard; at
this moment, the LED will shut down; keep pressing the button. It will start a sequence of
10 tones with pauses of approximately one second between them. Each tone corresponds
to 10 seconds of the time setting. Release the activation button after getting the desired
number of tones, which will correspond to the time working.
Charging the Battery
When the equipment is inserted in the charging base, the battery indicator Led will turn on.
If the light is red, it means that the battery is being charged, if it is green means that the
battery load is complete.
Recharging the Battery
Place the equipment in the base, connect the plug of the charger in the base and connect
the source to an electrical outlet.
Time load varies from 3 to 5 hours, depending on the time of life and the general state of
conservation of battery.
The indication of status and battery power is seen through the led located at base.
Led lightened in red: indicates the lowest level of battery power.
Led lightened in yellow: indicates the intermediary level of battery power.
Obs.: We recommend that the equipment must not be removed from the base under these
conditions.
Led lightened in green: indicates that the recharge process is finished.
If needs to maintain the equipment in the base after the end of the load, disconnect the
plug of the source from the base.
We recommend to remove the source from the electrical outlet when it is not been used.
Battery Warning
Charged battery: the equipment emits a tone every 10 seconds of operation of the
Led.
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Discharged battery: the equipment emits two tones consecutives every 10 seconds of
operation of the Led.
Exhausted battery: the equipment emits three tones consecutives and turns the Led off,
preventing the operation.
Perform the procedure to recharge the battery if the equipment indicates Discharged
battery or Exhausted battery.
Cleaning and Care
Clean the equipment surface with a clean soft cloth moistened with neutral detergent. The
light guide tip must be cleaned with gauze or soft cloth.
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Never involve the acrylic tip with any other kind of material.
Do not use a solution containing alcohol, solvents, ammonia or abrasives.
Do not use any instrument or abrasives on the sides of the top of the handpiece,
because it can damage it, causing loss of light emission.
The equipment must be disconnected from the electric outlet before cleaning.
Maintenance
In case the equipment presents any faults that are not listed in the “Troubleshooting”
section of this manual, contact the Authorized Technical Assistance. Do not open the
product and/or try to repair it. This action may aggravate the problem or even generate
further malfunctions.
Preventive maintenance: In order to assure the electrical security of the equipment during
its useful life, we recommend that it should be verified by Authorized Technical Assistance at
least one time each two years. (After warranty) .
Nature of Preventive maintenance: Should be checked the following items: light intensity,
cracks and dryness in the power cable, tension in the charger, the tension of the battery
charger, time settings and general state of the light guide tip.
Circuit diagrams, list of parts, components, and others: The supply of circuit diagrams,
list of parts, components or other necessary information for Technical Assistance, can be
requested from the manufacturer and will be supplied by agreement.
Recommendations, Precautions and Warnings
This equipment must be used only by properly trained personnel under supervision of
qualified dental staff.
It is advisable that the professional informs his patients or any other individuals who have
access to the equipment about the cautions to be taken during its handling.
This equipment is not appropriate for use in areas at risk of explosion.
Before the first use and/or after long work interruptions, such as vacation periods, clean and
disinfect the equipment.
Do not expose it directly to sunlight, because it may cause early wear.
Before connecting the charger to the power supply, make sure that the main voltage is in
accordance with the charger's voltage range.
Do not look at the light without the eye protector or the goggle, because it may be harmful.
Before using the equipment, wait until the unit reaches the room temperature, especially
when it is taken from cold conditions into warmer ones.
Do not use another battery except the original of Curing Light EC 500. Otherwise, your
equipment may be denied.
Do not place the unit near flammable materials, and do not touch the flammable solutions
with the light.
Do not touch the battery contacts with metal parts, as this may damage it permanently.
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In order to prevent electric shock, do not insert any object into the equipment.
It will not be allowed to modify the product, under any condition. Any disassembly or
modification causes the invalidity of the product guarantee.
Do not use the equipment on patients with cardiac pacemakers.
Battery Disposal
Dispose the battery at an appropriate site (according to local regulations), avoiding
environmental contamination and its inadequate use.
Sensitivity to Environmental Conditions
Curing Light EC 500 was designed to do not be sensitive to interferences as
electromagnetic fields, electric external influences, electrostatic discharge or pressure
and variations of pressure, as long as the equipment be installed, cleaned, maintained,
transported, and used according to the instructions in this manual.
Precautions in Case of Disposal
When it is put out of use, it must be disposed of at an appropriate site (according to local
regulations), avoiding environmental contamination and its inadequate use.
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Customer
CNPJ/CPF
Phone
Address
ZIP code
City
State
Dealer
Costumer´s Signature
Ecel Indústria e Comércio Ltda.
Fone: (55) 16 3878-1700 - ecel@ecel.ind.br - www.ecel.ind.br
Av. Mogiana, 1854 - Jd. Independência - Cep: 14075-260
Ribeirão Preto - SP - Brasil
After Installation
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Keep the product protected from direct sunlight and rain.
ENVIRONMENTAL OPERATION CONDITIONS
Environmental temperature functioning range
+ 10°C to + 35°C
Environmental temperature range recommended by ECEL
+ 21°C to + 26°C
Functioning relative humidity range
30% to 75% (non-condensing)
Atmospheric pressure range
700hPa to 1060hPa (525mmHg to 795mmHg)
ENVIRONMENTAL ACCOMMODATION OPERATION CONDITIONS (BETWEEN OPERATIONS)
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Environmental temperature accommodation range
+ 5°C to + 45°C
Environmental temperature range recommended by ECEL
+ 15°C to + 30°C
Accommodation relative humidity range
30% to 75% (non-condensing)
Atmospheric pressure range
700hPa to 1060hPa (525mmHg to 795mmHg)
Transportation and Storage Conditions
The product must be transported and stored:
- Carefully in order to prevent vibrations and impacts.
- By keeping the side indicated by the arrow facing upwards.
- By observing maximum piling limits indicated on the packaging.
- Protected against humidity, rain and direct sun.
TRANSPORTATION/STORAGE ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Transportation and storage environmental temperature range 0°C to 55°C
Transportation and storage relative humidity range
0% to 90% (non-condensing)
Atmospheric pressure range
500hPa to 1060hPa (375 mmHg to 795 mmHg)
Authorized Service Network
Maintenance service for ECEL equipments must be provided by an Authorized Technical
Assistance, otherwise warranty will be compromised. To ask for Authorized Technical
Assistance, access http://www.ecel.ind.br.
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Procedures in Case of Product Function is Altered
In case the equipment presents abnormal heating or any other abnormality, firstly check if
the problem is related to one of the listed items on “Troubleshooting” section. If the
problem cannot be solved, call for Authorized Technical Assistance.
Symbols
Use the icons below to identify the product symbology:
“Fragile”: Located on the packaging side. It determines that
equipment must be carefully transported in order to prevent falls or
shocks.
“Protect against humidity”: Located on the packaging side. It
determines that the equipment must be protected against any type of
humidity during transportation and storage.
“This side up”: Located on the packaging side. It determines that the
packaging must be handled by keeping the side shown by the arrow
facing upwards.
“Maximum piling”: Located on the packaging side. It determines the
maximum number of boxes that can be piled up during transportation
and storage.
“Temperature limit”: Located on the packaging side. It determines
the temperature limits at which the equipment must be stored or
transported.
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Final Recommendations
In order to ensure greater durability for your equipment, use only original replacement
parts, which are in accordance with the technical standards and specifications required
by the manufacturer. In addition, use only the services provided by the Authorized
Technical Assistance Network as it counts on trained assistants and specific tools for the
appropriate maintenance of your equipment.
Preparation Before Delivery
This equipment has been revised and approved according to the ECEL Quality
Inspection and Control Program for better performance.
Warranty
This equipment's warranty covers manufacturing faults for a period of 12 months starting
on the date of its sales receipt issued in the name of its first owner.
Reasons for warranty voidance: Installation and/or operation in disagreement with the
instructions in this manual and falls.
Items that are not covered by the warranty: Technician's travel expenses and
equipment transportation expenses for technical assistance. External finishing and/or
accessories damages not caused by the manufacturer.
Important: Present the sales receipt to the Technical Assistance during the warranty.
Technical Features
Specifications
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Curing Light EC 500
Voltage
Automatic commutation from
100 to 240 VCA
Consumption
Frequency
Lithium Battery
Charging time for Battery
Output Power
Dimensions of the handpiece
Dimensions of the charger
Weight
10VA
50/60 Hz
3,7V - 2000mAh
5 hours
500 mW/cm²
Ø 25 mm x 250 mm
70 mm x 47 mm x 39mm
200 g
Time of operation
Programmable from 10 a 100
seconds via button
Troubleshooting
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Fault
Equipment does not start
Cause
Battery Low
Solution
Charge the battery
Cause
Inadequate contact with the battery
Solution
Clean the circuit board, the battery connector and the
handpiece. Connect the handpiece to the battery again.
Fault
Equipment does not charge
Cause
Charger is disconnected or is not well connected
Solution
Verify if the charger is disconnected
Cause
There is no power supply
Solution
Await for power supply normalization or call for technical assistance
Fault
Equipment does not cure
Cause
Obstruction of the light guide tip
Solution
Replace or clean it
Cause
LED is burned out
Solution
Call for technical assistance
ECEL - ABRIL/2009
Ecel Indústria e Comércio Ltda.
Fone: (55) 16 3878-1700 - ecel@ecel.ind.br - www.ecel.ind.br
Av. Mogiana, 1854 - Jd. Independência - Cep: 14075-260
Ribeirão Preto - SP - Brasil
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