A dec 311 and 411 Dental Chair Instructions for Use

A dec 311 and 411 Dental Chair Instructions for Use
Instructions for Use
A-dec 311 and 411 Dental Chairs
A-dec 311 and 411 Dental Chairs Instructions for Use

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Regulatory Information
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in the Regulatory Information, Specifications, and Warranty document
(p/n 86.0221.00), which is available in the Document Library at
www.a-dec.com.
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Product Service
Product service is available through your local authorized A-dec dealer.
For service information, or to locate an authorized dealer, contact A-dec
at 1.800.547.1883 in the USA and Canada or 1.503.538.7478 worldwide,
or visit www.a-dec.com.
Product Models and Versions Covered in This Document
Model
Versions
Description
311
B
Dental Chair
411
A
Dental Chair
Content Map
Headrest......................6
Barriers..................... 10
Swivel Brake................9
Armrest........................8
Chair Controls..............4
Power Button...............2
Operate / Adjust ........................................... 2
Clean / Maintain.......................................... 10
Specifications and Warranty.......................12
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A-dec 311 and 411 Dental Chairs Instructions for Use
Operate / Adjust
Operate / Adjust
Power On/Off
Chair-Only Configurations
Chair Power Button
If you have a chair-only configuration, press the chair power button to
turn the power on or off.
Chairs with Delivery and Support Systems
Baseplate
If you have a chair with an attached system, use the master toggle to
turn on the power, water, and air. The master toggle is normally located
on the delivery system, but may instead be located on the support center
or floor box on chairs without a delivery system.
If there is no power to the system, verify that the chair power button is
pushed in. The chair power must be on in order for the master toggle to
control system power.
Delivery System
Master Toggle
(A-dec 332 shown)
When to Turn Off the Power
To save energy, turn off the power at the end of the work day and
during longer periods of non-use.
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Power On/Off (continued)
Status Light
Touchpads and the Status Light
The A-dec logo on the touchpad illuminates when the system is on
and ready for use. If the status light blinks, it may indicate that a safety
feature has interrupted chair motion. See “Chair Safety Features” for
more information.
For complete details on touchpad functionality, please see your delivery
system Instructions for Use.
Chair Safety Features
A-dec dental chairs and systems include several features designed to
improve safety. Activated stop switches may halt the chair or prevent it
from moving. To help ensure uninterrupted chair motion:
Chair
Stop Plate
• remove any potential obstructions under the chair and attached
modules
• avoid pressing the foot control disc or lever
• keep handpieces properly seated in their holders
If the Chair Stops Unexpectedly
Check the actions listed above to correct the condition. If the downward
movement of the chair stopped because of an obstruction, use the
touchpad or footswitch to raise the chair and remove the obstruction.
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Operate / Adjust
Chair Controls
The A-dec touchpad and footswitch control chair movement in the
same way. See your delivery system Instructions for Use for detailed
information about your touchpad controls.
Base Up
Footswitch Manual Controls
Base Down
Press and hold an arrow button
until the chair is in the desired
position. The horizontal arrows
raise and lower the chair back.
The vertical arrows raise and
lower the chair base.
Program Button
Footswitch Programmable
Controls
Back Down
Back Up
Press and release a programmable button to move the chair to a preset
position. These buttons are programmed at the factory as follows:
Treatment 1
Entry/Exit
Treatment 2
X-ray/Rinse
Icon
Position
Factory Setting
Entry/Exit
Positions the chair for patient entry/exit.
Treatment 1
Positions the chair base and back down.
Treatment 2
Positions the chair base down and back up.
X-ray/Rinse
Moves the chair to either x-ray or rinse position.
Press again to move the chair to the previous
position.
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Chair Controls (continued)
Reprogram Buttons 0, 1, and 2
Program Button
Treatment 1
Treatment 2
Entry/Exit
X-ray/Rinse
Back Down
To change the factory preset chair positions assigned to the entry/exit
and treatment buttons ( , , ):
1. Use the manual controls to position the chair as desired.
2. Press and release . One beep indicates that the programming
mode is on.
3. Within five seconds, press the chair position button you wish to
reprogram (for example, press ). Three beeps confirm that the new
setting is programmed into memory.
Base Up
Reprogram X-Ray/Rinse Button
Back Up
The x-ray/rinse button ( ) is preset to move the chair and patient into
an upright position for x-rays or cuspidor access. A second press of
returns the chair to the previous position.
You can reprogram
to function in a similar way to the other
programmable chair preset buttons. To change its function:
Base Down
WARNING Ensure that the patient is positioned safely
before using the manual or programmable chair
controls. Never leave the patient unattended while
the chair is in motion. Always take extra care with
small children and patients with limited mobility.
To stop the chair at any point during programmed
movement, push any chair positioning button on the
footswitch or touchpad.
and
at the same time for three seconds.
1. Press and hold
○ One beep indicates
is set as another programmable chair
preset button.
○ Three beeps confirm that
is configured as the x-ray/rinse
factory preset (which toggles between the x-ray/rinse and the
previous chair position).
2. If you reprogram
as another programmable button and want
to assign a different chair position, follow the steps outlined in
“Reprogram Buttons 0, 1, and 2” above.
Base Down Speed
The base down speed of the chair can be reduced. Contact your
authorized A-dec dealer to reduce the base down speed.
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Operate / Adjust
Dual-Articulating Headrest
The dual-articulating headrest includes several adjustment features that
improve your access to the oral cavity and increase patient comfort.
Use the glide bar to accommodate a variety of patient heights. Simply
pull up or push down on the headrest until it is in the desired position.
The gliding headrest cushion provides additional height adjustment.
WARNING If the glide bar has exceeded its maximum
recommended working height, a warning line will be visible
on the patient’s side of the glide bar. Do not use the headrest
in a position where this warning line is visible.
Glide Bar
Locking Knob
The locking knob allows you to easily adjust the headrest for a full
range of positions. Release the headrest by turning the locking knob
counterclockwise, then adjust the headrest for a proper fit. Lock the
headrest in the desired position by turning the knob clockwise.
Headrest Glide Bar Tension
If the headrest drifts downward, or if it is difficult to move up or down,
the glide bar tension needs adjustment.
To adjust the tension, use a 1/8'' hex key. Turn the tension adjustment
screw clockwise to increase friction or counterclockwise to decrease
friction.
1/8" Hex Key
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Headrest Position for Wheelchairs
To position the headrest for wheelchairs:
1. Remove the headrest from the dental chair.
2. Rotate the headrest 180° and slide the glide bar into the backrest
until it stops.
3. Swivel the dental chair, if necessary, and position the backrest to its
full upright position.
4. Position the wheelchair and the dental chair back to back.
5. Move the dental chair up or down, as needed, to adjust the headrest
height.
6. Lock the wheelchair wheels.
Patient Positioning
To properly seat patients in the chair, ask the patient to sit as far back
in the seat pocket as possible. This ensures the best alignment with the
lumbar support and headrest.
For optimal comfort, patients should place their forearms on the
armrests or keep their arms comfortably folded on their lap.
WARNING Do not allow patients to drop their arms behind
the armrests or under the backrest during chair movement.
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Operate / Adjust
Two-Position Armrests
You can move the armrests out of the way to allow for easy patient
entry/exit and to improve operator access when working direct. Push or
pull to reposition the armrests in the forward or back position.
Armrest Rotation Tension
If the armrests become loose or are difficult to move, you can adjust the
rotation tension. To adjust each armrest:
5/32"
Hex Key
1
2
1. Remove the chair side cover by pulling on the left and lower right
sides of the cover. Pull the cover out of the way to access the adjustment screw.
2. Use a 5/32" hex key and turn clockwise to tighten or counterclockwise to loosen the armrest tension. Only a small adjustment is
needed to significantly increase or decrease tension.
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Chair Swivel Brake
Chairs that swivel can rotate to any position within 30° either side of
center. The chair swivel brake restricts rotation of the chair to keep the
chair from moving during a procedure.
To release the swivel brake, pull the brake lever to the right. To engage
the brake, pull the brake lever firmly to the left.
Chair Swivel Brake Tension
If the chair swivels left or right with the brake engaged, or is difficult
to move with the brake disengaged, adjust the swivel brake tension.
Properly tensioned, the brake handle should be in the middle when it is
fully engaged. To make the adjustment:
1. Move the brake handle to the right.
2. If the chair includes a back mount module, swivel the chair to access
the adjustment screw.
3. Use a 7/64" hex key and turn the tension adjustment screw clockwise to increase brake friction or counterclockwise to decrease brake
friction. Only a small adjustment is needed to significantly increase
or decrease tension.
7/64" Hex Key
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Clean / Maintain
Clean / Maintain
Barrier Protection
A-dec recommends barrier protection for all applicable touch and
transfer surfaces. Touch surfaces are areas that come into contact with
hands and become potential cross-contamination points during dental
procedures. Transfer surfaces are areas that come into contact with
instruments and other inanimate objects.
In the USA, barriers must be produced under the Current Good
Manufacturing Practice (CGMP) as specified by the U.S. Food and Drug
Administration (USFDA). For regions outside the USA, refer to the
medical device regulations specific to your location.
NOTE For proper use and disposal of barriers, see the
instructions provided by the barrier manufacturer.
IMPORTANT For recommendations on cleaning and
chemical disinfection of touch and transfer surfaces (where
barrier protection is not applicable or when barriers are
compromised), please see the A-dec Equipment Asepsis Guide
(p/n 85.0696.00).
Upholstery
CAUTION Do not use household bleach (sodium
hypochlorite) or other products containing chlorine,
isopropyl alcohol (greater than 25 percent by
volume), or hydrogen peroxide to clean or disinfect
the upholstery. It can cause rapid deterioration and
damage the product.
To preserve the quality of your A-dec upholstery, use barrier covers
instead of relying on chemicals. Barriers significantly extend the life of
the upholstery and will help to preserve its luxurious look and soft feel.
To clean the upholstery, use a solution of mild detergent and water. Use
surface disinfectants only when the barriers have been compromised or
there is visible spatter on the upholstery. See the A-dec Equipment Asepsis
Guide for more information.
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Utilities
The utilities for A-dec chair-mounted delivery systems are located
in the contoured floor box under your chair. To maintain these
utilities, see your system Instructions for Use. If you have a chair-only
configuration, you may still have a floor box that hides the power cord
and outlet. For access, lift the cover up and off the floor box frame.
CAUTION When removing or replacing covers, take care not
to damage any wiring or tubing. Verify that the covers are
secure after replacing them.
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Specifications
Specifications/Warranty
Warranty
Warranty information is provided in the Regulatory Information,
Specifications, and Warranty document (p/n 86.0221.00), which is
available in the Document Library at www.a-dec.com.
Maximum Chair Capacity
Patient Load: 400 lb (181 kg)
IMPORTANT For chair accessory load capacity, electrical
specifications, identification of symbols, and other regulatory
requirements, see the Regulatory Information, Specifications, and
Warranty document (p/n 86.0221.00), which is available in the
Document Library at www.a-dec.com.
NOTE Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Requirements may vary depending on your location. For
more information, contact your authorized A-dec dealer.
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A-dec Headquarters
2601 Crestview Drive
Newberg, Oregon 97132
United States
Tel: 1.800.547.1883 within USA/CAN
Tel: +1.503.538.7478 outside USA/CAN
Fax:1.503.538.0276
www.a-dec.com
A-dec Australia
A-dec China
Unit 8
5-9 Ricketty Street
Mascot, NSW 2020
Australia
Tel: 1.800.225.010 within AUS
Tel: +61.(0).2.8332.4000 outside AUS
A-dec (Hangzhou) Dental Equipment Co., Ltd.
528 Shunfeng Road
Qianjiang Economic Development Zone
Hangzhou 311106
Zheijiang, China
Tel: +1.503.538.7478
A-dec United Kingdom
EU Authorized Representative
Austin House, 11 Liberty Way
Nuneaton, Warwickshire CV11 6RZ
England
Tel: 0800.ADEC.UK (2332.85) within UK
Tel: +44.(0).24.7635.0901 outside UK
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