Eva400EE System RoMedic 1

Eva400EE System RoMedic 1
Eva400EE
Manual - English
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1. Boom
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2. Mast
3. Handlebar
2
3
4. Battery pack
9
5. Emergency stop
6. Control box
7. Motor for base-width adjustment
4
8. Rear castors with brakes
9. SlingBar with safety latch
10. Front castors
5
11. Emergency lowering
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12. Motor/actuator for boom
13. Mast height adjustment
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7
8
10
SWL: 180 kg / 400Ibs
Mobile lift Eva400EE has been developed to meet most lifting needs in combination with the right accessories. It is a lift
that can lift patients in a seated or supine position. The Eva400EE is made largely of aluminum, which makes it relatively
light, considering the weight it can lift.
Handicare’s SystemRoMedic product series includes a range of lifts, slings and other accessories. SystemRoMedic
adopts a holistic approach to patient transfers and is organized in four categories: transfer, positioning, support and
lifting.
Functional inspection
Visual inspection
Inspect lift functions regularly. Check to ensure that material is free from damage.
Before use:
Ensure that the product is correctly assembled.
Check slingbar connection and safety latch function.
Check lift and base-width movement.
Check to ensure that the actuator is correctly installed.
Always read the manual
Always read the manuals for all assistive devices used during a transfer.
Keep the manual where it is accessible to users of the product.
The lift may only be used by persons who have received instruction in the operation of the lift.
Manual nr: 00790 En Ver. 2 101123
Table of contents
Assembly. ......................................................................................... 3
- Final inspection...................................................................................... 4
Using the product.......................................................................... 5
- Important information ............................................................................ 5
- Safe working load.................................................................................. 5
- Charging batteries.................................................................................. 6
- Handset................................................................................................. 6
- Emergency stop..................................................................................... 7
- Emergency lowering............................................................................... 7
- Trouble shooting..................................................................................... 7
Accessories.....................................................................................
8
Maintenance.................................................................................... 9
Technical information.................................................................10
- Dimensions Eva400EE.......................................................................11-12
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Assembly
Check to ensure that all components are included:
Mast with boom, lift motor, carry bar, control box and battery pack.
Base with motor and locking handle. Handset and cord.
Instructions, charging cable and power supply cord for charging.
Place the mast in the base. There are three alternatives for adjusting the height of the
mast. Secure the mast with the locking handle.
Mount handlebar with two wrenches.
Connect the cables to the kontrollbox. Cable to actuator (motor on mast) to outlet
1, and cable for base-width adjustment motor to outlet 2. Mount the cover for the
cables using the two screws.
cover
for the
cables
Release the emergency-stop mechanism and perform a final inspection (see final
inspection).
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Final inspection
Check to ensure that no parts have been left in the packaging.
Inspect the lift for signs of wear and damage.
Check all four castor wheels and castor wheel locks.
Check all connections and fixtures including screws and bolts.
Check the emergency stop function by depressing the emergency stop, and then
pressing either the up or down button. If nothing happens when the up or down
buttons are pressed, the emergency stop is functioning properly.
Grasp the handset, press the up button and run the lift arm all the way up. Then, press
the down button and run the lift arm all the way down.
Test base-width adjustment function. Press the button for base-width adjustment to
widen the base fully, and then press the other button to narrow the base again.
Test lift function by lifting a person (not a patient) using an approved sling. At the same
time, check the emergency lowering function with someone on the lift. See section on
Emergency lowering.
If the lift is functioning correctly, connect the charger and check to ensure that the
charging lamp on the control box lights up.
NOTE!
Before the lift is used for the first time, it must be charged for at least 4 hours. See
section on charging batteries.
Keep the manual where it is accessible to users of the product.
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Using the product
Important Information
• The lift must be assembled according to the assembly instructions provided with the lift.
• The lift may only be used indoors and on a level floor.
• Lifting accessories must be properly trial fitted and tested in relation to the patient’s needs and functional ability.
• Do not leave the patient unattended during a transfer situation.
• Under no circumstances may max. load be exceeded. See section on Safe working load.
• Never move the lift by pulling on the actuator!
Do not push
• The lift must not come in direct contact with water.
• The lift must not be charged in a wet room.
• To ensure optimal function, the lift must be inspected regularly. See section on Maintenance.
• Warranty applies only if repairs or alterations are done by an authorized technician.
Safe working load
Different products on the same lift system (lift unit, slingbar, sling, scales and other lifting accessories) may have different
allowable safe working loads. The lowest allowable safe working load always determines the safe working load of the
assembled system. Always check the safe working loads for the lift and accessories before use. Contact your dealer if
you have any questions.
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Charging batteries
A tone when using the lift indicating that the batteries need recharging.
Lock the castors when charging the battery.
Make sure the emergency stop button is not pressed in.
Charging procedure:
1. Connect the charger to the charger cable leading from the underside of the control
box.
2. Connect the charger to a power outlet (100-240 V AC).
Charger
LED
indication of
charging
LED
indication
of handset
activation
Button for
electrical
emergency
lowering
3. When the charger is connected, the control box lamp indicates a yellow light.
NOTE!
Before the lift is used for the first time, it must be charged for at least 4 hours.
Charge batteries regularly for maximum longevity. We recommend daily charging when
the lift is in daily use.
The emergency stop button must be pulled out during charging.
Handset
Raising/lowering the lift arm
Symbol indicate direction of travel.
Motion stops as soon as the button is released.
Widening/narrowing the base
Markings on the buttons indicate function.
Motion stops as soon as the buttons are released.
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Emergency stop
To activate emergency stop:
Depress the red emergency stop button on the control box.
Resetting:
Turn the button in the direction of the arrows until the button pops out.
To prevent battery discharge, we recommend that the emergency-stop button is pressed in
when the lift is not in use.
Emergency lowering
Manual emergency lowering:
For manual emergency lowering, turn the round plastic knob on the actuator clockwise.
Electrical emergency lowering:
For electrical emergency lowering, use the down button on the control box.
Trouble shooting
If the lift or base-width adjustment cannot be activated, check the following:
- That the emergency stop button is not pressed in.
- That all cables are properly and securely connected. Pull out the contact and plug it in again firmly.
- That battery charging is not in progress.
- That the battery is charged.
If the lift is not working properly, contact your dealer.
If the lift makes unusual noises:
- Try to determine the source of the sound. Take the lift out of operation and contact your dealer.
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Accessories
SystemRoMedic
Slings
SystemRoMedic offers a wide variety of functional and comfortable high quality lifting slings
adapted to meet the different requirements of all kinds of lifting situations and users. The
lifting slings are available in four different materials and in sizes ranging from XXS to XXL. All
models are safe and very easy to use.
Sling bars
SlingBar is SystemRoMedic’s aluminium sling bar. It’s available in three different widths and is
therefore suitable in most lifting situations and for users of all sizes.
SlingBar S article no.: 70200001
SlingBar M article no.: 70200002
SlingBar L article no.: 70200003
SideBar article no.: 70200013
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A
A
B
B
C
C
DRAWN
NAME
DATE
hc-mabr
2010-10-14
APPROVED BY
STATUS:
SwiftHook for sling bar article no.: 70200008
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TITLE
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COMMENTS:
Unless otherwise stated,
general tolerances
according to ISO 2768-m
SIZE
A4
DWG. NO.
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1023 Carbon Steel Sheet (SS)
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3
StretcherBar, article no.: 70200006, and StretcherSling, article no.: 46502007, for lifting in a
supine position.
Scale
SystemRoMedic’s scales Charder MHS2500 are used together with stationary or mobile lifts
for weighing of users.
Article no.: 70100002
Article no.: 70200003
AmbulationArm
AmbulationArm mounted on the mast and provides support during gait training.
Article no.: 80100010
Assistive devices for positioning
SystemRoMedic includes a wide range of functional, comfortable, high-quality assistive
devices for positioning that can be adapted for different types of lifting and for patients with
different needs.
Ready for life
Sling bar
The Ready for life four-point slingbar, Sling bar RFL X4, is designed to provide more space in
the sling, for example, for obese and/or pain-sensitive users. Article no.: 70200017
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REV.
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MATERIAL:
SCALE:2:1
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WEIGHT:
158.68 g
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Maintenance
The lift must undergo thorough inspection at least once per year. Inspection must be performed by authorized personnel
and in accordance with Handicare’s service manual.
Repairs and maintenance may only be done by authorized personnel using original spare parts.
Spent batteries are to be left at the nearest recycling station. Spent batteries can also be returned to
Handicare or a Handicare dealer for recycling.
Cleaning/disinfection
Clean the lift with warm water or rubbing alcohol and ensure that the castor wheels are free of dirt and hair. Do not use
cleaning agents containing phenol or chlorine, as this may damage the material.
Storage
If the lift is not to be used for some time or e.g., during transport, we recommend that the emergency stop button be
pressed in. Store the lift at a temperature above freezing point and not exceeding normal relative humidity (about 60%).
Service agreements
Handicare offers the possibility of service agreements for maintenance and regular testing of your mobile lift. Contact
your local Handicare representative.
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Technical information
Lifting speed: 23 mm/s without load.
Batteries: Two 12V, 2,9 Ah valve-regulated, sealed, lead accumulator (gel-type batteries)
Charger: Max. 400mA
Motor (mast): DC 24V, 5 A. IP X4. Operationtime: 10% at maximum continous running of 2 minutes,
maximum 5 switching cycles per minute. Push: 6000N.
Motor (base): 24V, 5 A, IP X4. Operationtime: 10% at maximum continous operation of 2 minutes,
maximum 5 cycles per minute. Push: 3000N.
Sound level:
With load: upwards: 43 dB(A) downwards: 44 dB(A).
Material: Aluminum
Emergency lowering:
Mechanical and electrical
Castors: Front 3”, 75 mm, back 3”, 75mm
Weight:
75 lbs, 34 kg
IP class: IP X4
Expected lifetime:
10 years
Operating forces
buttons on handset:
4N
The lift complies with the requirements of Council Directive 93/42/EEC of 14. June 1993 concerning medical devices.
The device is intended for indoor use.
Type B, according to the degree of protection against electric shock.
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Dimensions Eva400EE
A
G
H
B
E
F
C1
C2
D
A
B
A1
58-186
22.85-73.28
A2
63-191
24.82-75.25
A3
68-196
26.79-77.22
B1
50-169
19.70-66.59
B2
54-174
21.28-68.56
B3
59-179
23.25-70.53
C1
130
51,22
C2
121
47,67
D
88
34,67
E
11,5
4,53
F
6
2,36
G1
133-192
52.4-75.65
G2
138-197
54.37-77.62
G3
143-202
56.34-79.59
H
55
21.67
Column A measurement is in cm and weight is in kg.
Column B measurement is in inches and weight is in lbs.
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Dimensions Eva400EE
J
I
J
I
P
A
B
44
17.34
45
17.73
K
58,5-88 23.05-34.67
L
68.5-98 26.99-38.61
M
134
54
N
34
74.9
O
14,5
31.9
Q
27
10.64
S
41
16,1
T
22
8,7
U
45
17,7
Q
R
K
L
Column A measurement is in cm and weight is in kg.
Column B measurement is in inches and weight is in lbs.
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M is turning diameter
N is total weight of lift
O is the weight of the heaviest component
P is movement in forward direction
R is referencemeasure 70 cm with max legspreading
S is minimum distance from wall to slingbar at maximum
height (legs spread).
T is minimum distance from wall to slingbar at maximum
reach (legs spread).
U is minimum distance from wall to slingbar at minimum
height (legs spread).
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For 25 years we have applied ourselves wholeheartedly to developing smart and easy-to-use assistive devices for easy
transfers and to making life and work easier for both patients and personnel in the care sector.
Experience, innovation and training are the basis for SystemRoMedic, a total solution for every imaginable transfer
situation.
Transfer: products for moving patients between locations.
Positioning: products for repositioning in the same location.
Support: products that provide mobility support.
Lifting: products adapted for lifting.
The philosophy behind SystemRoMedic is to prevent occupational injuries while improving the patient’s sense of independence and dignity. Through a combination of training and a complete range of transfer-assistive devices,
SystemRoMedic offers the means to improving both the work environment and the quality of care while enabling
significant cost savings.
Our mission, to help people, has always been, and will continue to be, the driving force of innovation. We love easy
transfers.
Contact your local distributor if you have any questions about the product and its use. See www.handicare.com for a
complete list of distributors. Always make sure that you have the right version of the manual. The most recent editions of
manuals are available for downloading from our website, www.handicare.com
Handicare AB
Veddestav. 15, Box 640
SE-175 27 Järfälla
SWEDEN
Tel: +46 (0)8-557 62 200
Fax:+46 (0)8-557 62 299
E-mail: info@handicare.se
Internet: www.handicare.com
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