Simplicity Magellan Manual

Simplicity Magellan Manual
Simplicity
Magellan Unit
®
Installation, Operation & Care Manual
DentalEZ® MAKES YOUR PRACTICE PERFECT ®
Table of Contents
Section I Introduction
Specifications ........................................................... 2
Classifications ...................................................... 2-3
Dimensions............................................................... 3
Basic Components .................................................. 4
Section II Pre-installation
Utility Service Center ............................................ 5
Plumbing Contractor's Procedure ....................... 5
Electrical Contractor's Procedure ....................... 6
USC Base .................................................................. 6
Section III Installation
Magellan Unit Support........................................ 7-8
Umbilical Assembly ........................................... 9-11
Magellan Unit Post .......................................... 11-12
Delivery Head ................................................. 12-13
Handpiece Tubing .................................................. 13
Syringe Tubing ........................................................ 13
Assistant's Arm (Optional) ............................ 13-15
Assistant's Instrumentation ................................. 15
Cuspidor Pole (Optional) .................................... 16
Cuspidor Bowl (Optional) .................................. 16
Delivery Head Tray ............................................... 17
Rotating Tray (Optional) ...................................... 17
Basic Electrical Box (Optional) .......................... 18
Power Module (Optional) ................................... 18
Fiber Optic Tubing (Optional) ............................ 19
Fiber Optics Electrical (Optional) ..................... 19
Light or Monitor Pole (Optional) ................ 19-20
Finalizing USC Installation ............................ 20-21
Section IV Testing
Delivery System ..................................................... 22
Syringe ..................................................................... 22
Foot Control & Handpieces ......................... 23-24
Cuspidor (Optional) ....................................... 24-25
Other Optional Features .................................... 25
Section V Operation
Delivery Head ................................................. 26-28
Handpieces ....................................................... 29-30
Syringe ..................................................................... 30
Foot Control .................................................... 30-31
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Section V Operation (Continued)
Assistant's Vacuum Accessories .......................... 31
Simplicity Cuspidor (Optional) .......................... 31
Galaxy Cuspidor (Optional) ............................... 32
Clean Water System ............................................. 32
Section VI Care
Cleaning .................................................................. 33
Disinfecting............................................................. 33
Section VII User Service Information
Handpiece......................................................... 34-35
Delivery Head ....................................................... 36
Cuspidor (Optional) ............................................. 37
Arm System ............................................................ 38
Service Instruction ................................................ 38
Disposal of Equipment ......................................... 38
Section VIII Parts Lists / Diagrams
Utility Service Center .......................................... 39
Pivot/Mounting Hardware ................................... 39
Power Modules (Optional) ................................. 40
Simplicity Assistant's Arm (Optional) ................... 41
Galaxy Assistant's Arm (Optional) ........................ 41
Fixed / Adjustable Arm ......................................... 41
Simplicity Cuspidor (Optional) .......................... 42
Galaxy Cuspidor (Optional) ............................... 43
Simplicity Delivery Head ..................................... 44
Touch Pads .............................................................. 44
Galaxy Delivery Head.......................................... 45
Euro-Style Delivery Head ................................... 46
Manifold .................................................................. 47
Clean Water System ............................................. 48
Foot Control .......................................................... 48
Air / Water Syringe ............................................... 49
HVE Nozzle ........................................................... 49
Saliva Ejector Nozzle ........................................... 49
Limited Warranty ............................................ 50
EMC Information ....................................... 51-54
Tubing Diagram
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Simplicity® Magellan Unit
Section I Introduction
This manual contains installation, operation and care
instructions and user service information for the
DentalEZ® Simplicity® Magellan Unit.
The Simplicity delivery system is intended to be used
by trained professional dental care personnel as an
interface device to connect the dental operatory
hand instruments to the appropriate supply utility
such as air, water, vacuum, drain and electrical. It
functions as a system management device that
provides a method of operating the hand instruments from a single control input device.
The Simplicity delivery system is manufactured to be
used with a dental chair that supports a patient in a
reclined seated position. Operators will be positioned around the patients head as required for
optimum access for the specific procedure being
performed. The delivery unit positions the handpieces for the optimum presentation to the operator.
The Magellan is designed to provide trouble-free
service when installed, operated and maintained
according to the procedures set forth in this manual.
To ensure correct installation, carefully read all
the procedure instructions contained in this
manual paying close attention to all notes,
cautions and warnings.
Before proceeding, please review the picture below to
become familiar with the components of the Magellan.
After the unit is installed, please review the operation procedures and care guidelines with the doctor's
staff. Then leave this manual in the doctor's office
for future reference.
Rear Assistant's
Arm & Mount
(Optional)
Magellan
Unit
Support
2
Light Post
(Optional)
Adjustable
Arm
Delivery
Head
Magellan
Unit
Post
Clean Water
System
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Specifications
Power Supply
• 115 V, 60 Hz., as applicable
• 220 V, 50/60 Hz., as applicable
Air Pressure - 551.6 pKa (80 PSI)
(at regulator in USC)
Water Pressure - 275.8 pKa (40 PSI)
(at regulator in USC or clean water manifold)
Clean Water System
Reservoir Capacity - 1.5 L
Magellan Unit Shipping Weight
Simplicity Del. Head & Arms - 11.1 kg (24.5 lbs.)
Galaxy® Trad. Del. Head & Arms - 11.1 kg (24.5 lbs.)
Magellan Unit Post - 5.8 kg (13 lbs.)
Magellan Unit Support - 9 kg (20 lbs.)
Utility Service Center (USC) - 6.8 kg (15 lbs.)
Assistant's Arm - 7.2 kg (16 lbs.)
Light Post (Optional) - 6.8 kg (15 lbs.)
Recommended Environmental
Conditions
– Environmental conditions for transport and storage:
- Relative humidity range within 0% to 95%
- Transport/storage temp. within -29º C to +74º C
– Environmental conditions for operation:
- Conditioned Air
- Atmospheric pressure range within 500 to 1050 kPa
- Operation temperature within +15º C to +27º C
Classifications
– Type of protection against electric shock: Class 1
Equipment
– Degree of protection against electric shock: Type
B Applied Parts. The handpiece is considered an
applied part.
– Degree of protection against the ingress of water:
Ordinary
– Equipment not suitable for use in the presence of
a flammable anesthetic mixture with air or with
oxygen or nitrous oxide.
– Mode of operation: Continuous
Section I Introduction
53HN
Medical - General Medical Equipment
Certified as to electrical shock, fire
and mechanical hazards only in
accordance with UL 60601-1,
0459
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 601.1,
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60601-1 (2008) &
ANSI/AAMI ES 60601-1 (2005).
Explanation of Symbols and Signs:
= Caution
= Warning
= Biohazard
= Warning Dangerous Voltage
— SPECIAL NOTICES —
In accordance
with Part
15 of FCC rules, this
Light Arm
Assembly
equipment was tested and complies with
Class A digital device limits. These limits are
designed to give equipment reasonable
protection against detrimental interference
when operated in a commercial environment.
Medical electrical equipment needs special
precautions regarding electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and needs to be installed
according to EMC information. (See EMC
Information Pgs. 51 through 54.)
Mobile radio frequency (RF) communications
equipment can effect medical electrical
equipment.
= Alternating Current
= Direct Current
= Type B Applied Part
= Protective Earth (ground)
= General Mandatory Action
= Refer to Manual (follow instructions)
= European Certification
SN
= Manufacture Date
Dimensions
= Manufacturer
24"
19-3/8"
= Serial Number
12-3/8"
R
23
"
16-5/8"
24-
1/8
3/4"
1-1/2"
R 26-
22-5/8"
The authorized European representative is:
DentalEZ (GB) Ltd., Cleveland Way
Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, HP2 7DY, England
Phone: (01442) 269301
Attn: Mr. Jeff Whitehouse
"
21-1/4"
52"
18"
Galaxy
Delivery
Head
17"
22-1/2"
12"
13-5/16"
Euro-Style Head
9-3/4"
4"
20-1/4"
9-1/4" to 25-1/2"
11-3/4"
5"
9-1/2"
5-1/2"
17-1/2"
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Section I Introduction
Basic Components
Unpacking Cartons
The Simplicity Magellan components are packaged
and shipped according to the carton diagrams below
NOTE: Be aware that cartons may contain empty
packing inserts (even if optional components were ordered).
Simplicity Magellan
Carton
Foot Control &
Installation Hardware
Utility Service
Center Assembly
Delivery Head
Simplicity Magellan Carton Contents
• Delivery Head (Simplicity or Galaxy®
Traditional)
• Utility Service Center Assembly
• Foot Control
• Installation Hardware:
- Two Plastic Anchors
- Six 1/8" & Three 1/4" Tubing Clamps
- 5/16" Locknut
- Two #6 x 3/8" Screws
- Two #10 Screws
- 5/16" Button-head Screw
- Two 5/16" Flat Washers
- Two Stop Valves
- Two Adaptors
- Air Fitting Assembly
- Three-position Housing
- Water Actuator Assembly Valve
• Chair Mount Cover Assembly
w/Mounting Hardware
Unit Post/Support Carton Contents:
• Magellan Unit Post
• Magellan Unit Support
NOTE: If a pre-tubed chair was ordered,
items marked with an * will be on the chair.
• Pole Pivot Supply Bag
Magellan Unit Post/Support Carton
Magellan Unit Light Post
(If Ordered)
Magellan
Unit Post
Installation
Hardware
Magellan Unit
Support
NOTE: If light post ordered, entire
contents will be inside light post box.
Verify the components packaging contents against
the packing list. All parts supplied are necessary for
proper installation, so be sure not to discard any
hardware or components until installation is complete.
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-
Post Pivot Pin
Two Thrust Bearings
Four Thrust Washers
3/8" x 2-1/4" Hex-head Bolt*
.382/.393 ID x .683 OD Washer*
13/32" ID x 13/16" OD Washer*
Socket Set Screw
1/4-20 x 3/8" Set Screw*
Rubber Pivot Cover
• Magellan Light Supply Bag (Optional):
- Spacer
- #10-32 x 1" Pan-head Screw
- Two #10 Internal Tooth Lock Washers
- Two 5/16" Heavy Duty Electrical Clamps
- #10-32 x 3/8" Pan-head Screw
- 7-1/2" Nylon Cable Tie
- Light Adaptor Cord Assembly
— NOTICE —
For any questions about an order, please
contact a DentalEZ Equipment customer
service representative at 1-866-DTE-INFO.
Section II Pre-installation
— NOTICE —
Installation by an authorized DentalEZ
dealer service technician is recommended.
— NOTICE —
Some illustrations and instructions in this
manual include installation of optional city
water. If optional city water is wanted, purchase
kit PN 3658-451 for units with a cuspidor or
PN 3658-452 for units without a cuspidor..
Utility Service Center
USC Carton Contents:
•
•
•
•
Utility Service Center (USC)
USC Cover
USC Template
Bag of Supplies
— NOTICE —
Set the USC cover aside until all installation
and testing is complete.
1. Remove and unfold the full-size USC
template found in the USC carton.
2. Position the USC template according to the
exact layout indicated, making certain correct
distance from base to chair is maintained.
3. Using the USC template, drill four corner
mounting holes for the USC base. But do
not secure the base to the floor at this time.
NOTE: For wood or metal floors, drill 5/32" holes.
For concrete, drill 1/4" holes and install plastic anchors.
— IMPORTANT NOTICE —
DO NOT DISCARD the USC template
after use. Neatly refold it and place it in
the back of this manual.
— WARNING —
Before proceeding with plumbing installation,
comply with and maintain all applicable utility
codes and regulations.
Plumbing Contractor's Procedure
NOTE: For reference, a color-coded tubing
diagram is located at the end of this manual.
NOTE: Optional components are marked with an *.
NOTE: If installing the optional cuspidor, optional
city water system components must be installed.
NOTE: If use of the optional city water system
is planned for the future, it is highly recommended
to install necessary components now.
1. Open the USC bag of supplies.
2. Orient the utilities as described in the USC
template and stub through the floor. (Vacuum
and drain fittings not supplied. Refer to the
USC template for requirements.)
NOTE: Pay close attention to the orientation
of the template to the chair.
3. Sweat the valve adaptors to the air and
*water stubs.
4. Apply the appropriate thread sealant to the
valve adaptor/s and install the stop valve/s.
5. Sweat the vacuum elbow to the stub.
6. Sweat the hose connector to the elbow as
applicable and orient as shown in the template.
7. Flush the air and *water lines to remove
trash and debris.
8. Connect the air fitting assembly to the air stop
valve as shown in the template. Using a 5/8"
open-end wrench, tighten the nut securely.
9. *Connect the water actuator valve assembly to
the water stop valve as shown in the template.
Using a 5/8" open-end wrench, tighten the
nut securely.
CHAIR
SIDE
Vacuum
Fitting
(not supplied)
(Optional
City Water
Installation
Shown)
Air Fitting
Assembly
Drain
Fitting
(not supplied)
*Water
Actuator
Valve
Assembly
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Section II Pre-installation
— WARNING —
Do not position equipment so that it is
difficult to unplug the unit from the
power receptacle.
— NOTICE —
Isolating the unit from the supply mains is
accomplished by unplugging the unit from
the power receptacle.
Simplicity® Magellan Unit
— WARNING —
Do not modify this equipment without
authorization from the manufacturer.
USC Base
1. Position the USC base over the four corner
holes that were drilled during pre-installation.
2. Secure the base using four #10 screws.
— CAUTION —
Rating of main circuit breakers
should be 20 Amp maximum.
Electrical Contractor's Procedure
— WARNING —
Before proceeding with electrical
installation, all wiring must be in accordance
with NEC and local electrical codes.
— WARNING —
To avoid the risk of electrical shock, this
equipment must only be connected to a supply
mains with protective earth.
— NOTICE —
Electrical contractor's parts are not supplied.
The electrical contractor is to provide a covered 115
VAC receptacle which meets all applicable utility
codes and regulations.
For the recommended location of the 115 VAC
receptacle, refer to the USC template.
NOTE: If the recommended location is not
met, the USC base or the optional power module
may interfere with the 115 VAC receptacle.
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— NOTICE —
If previous utilities interfere with the USC base
internal bracing, modification may be necessary.
Section III Installation
*IMPORTANT NOTE: This manual
contains instructions for installing a Simplicity
Magellan Unit on a pre-tubed or non-pre-tubed chair.
Pre-tubed chairs have an umbilical assembly running
along the top casting and out the base cover, and the
Magellan Unit mount is pre-installed at the factory.
Magellan Unit Support
NuSimplicityTM Chair
1. Raise the base and back to full UP position.
2. Disconnect the chair from the power supply.
3. Take off the chair's seat by removing the
1/4-20 thumb screw from under the seat. Push
the seat towards the back of the chair to clear
the substrate from the slide bosses. Then set the
seat aside with all related hardware.
1/4-20 Thumb
Screw
Substrate
necessary amount of 1/2" shims needed to
provide a level condition across the two pads.
*6. Position the Magellan unit support so that the
three 1/2" through holes align with the
corresponding threaded holes of the chair
mount casting.
*7. Install the two outside 1/2" bolts and lock
washers and the number of 1/2" shims
determined in Step 5 through the Magellan
unit support and thread into the chair mount
casting.
*8. Tighten both outside 1/2" bolts to allow a
3/16" clearance at the middle 1/2" bolt
location.
*9. Install the middle 3/8" set screws in the
bottom of the Magellan unit support.
*10. Install the middle 1/2" lock washer and 1/2"
bolt, but do not fully tighten.
11. Place a level on the Magellan unit support,
parallel with and perpendicular to the chair
center line. Then check the level of the unit
support.
NOTE: If leveling is necessary, adjust the
3/8" set screws until the unit support is level.
NOTE: If installing the Simplicity Magellan
Unit on a DentalEZ chair that is not pre-tubed,
continue with the following instructions. If installing
on a pre-tubed chair, skip Steps *4-*10.
*4. Select the following items from the Magellan
unit support hardware package:
• Three 1/2" x 1-1/2" Bolts
• Three 1/2" Lock Washers
• Four 1/2" Flat Washers
• Four 1/2" Shims
• Two 3/8" x 1/2" Set Screws
*5. Determine if the two outside 1/2" threaded
hole mounting pads and the Magellan Unit
support are level. If the mounting pads or
unit support are not level, select the
12. Tighten all hardware (55 foot-pounds for
1/2" bolt).
1/2" Bolts
Set Screws
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Other DentalEZ Chairs
1. Raise the base and back to full UP position.
J-Chair ® - Raise the seat also.
2. Disconnect the chair from the power supply.
3. Remove the chair's seat and set it aside with
all related hardware. To remove the seat:
J/V-Generation ® Chair - Unsnap the two
decorator plastic cover caps on the back of
the chair seat cushion. Then remove the
1/4-20 screws (two) on the back and (two)
on the underside that secure the seat to the
chair mount casting.
J-Chair - Unsnap the four decorator plastic
cover caps (two) on the back and (two) on the
underside of the chair seat cushion. Then
remove the four 1/4-20 x 5/8" screws that
secure the seat to the chair mount casting.
NOTE: If installing the Simplicity Magellan Unit
on a DentalEZ chair that is not pre-tubed, continue
with the following instructions. If installing on a pretubed chair, skip Steps *4-*10.
*4. Select the following items from the Magellan
unit support hardware package:
• 1/2" x 2-1/2" Bolt
• 1/2" Lock Washer
• Two 3/8" x 1" Bolts
• Two 3/8" Flat Washers & Lock Washers
• Four 3/8" x .01 Shims**
• Plastic Spacer
Chair Mount Casting
Thick/Thin Shim
Washers
(as needed)
Magellan
Unit
Support
1/2" Bolt
8
3/8" Flat Washer
3/8" Lock Washer
3/8" Bolt
1/2" Lock Washer
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*5. Determine if the two 3/8" threaded hole
mounting pads and the Magellan Unit
support are level. If the mounting pads or
unit support are not level, select the
necessary amount of 3/8" shims needed to
provide a level condition across the two pads.
*6. Position the Magellan unit support so that the
two 3/8" and one 1/2" through holes align with
the corresponding threaded holes of the chair
mount casting.
*7. Install the two 3/8" bolts, flat and lock washers
and the number of 3/8" shims determined in
Step 59 through the Magellan unit support and
thread into the chair mount casting.
*8. Tighten both 3/8" bolts to allow a 3/16"
clearance at the 1/2" bolt location.
*9. Install the 3/8" set screws in the bottom of
the Magellan unit support.
*10. Install the 1/2" lock washer and 1/2" bolt,
but do not fully tighten.
11. Place a level on the Magellan unit support,
parallel with and perpendicular to the chair
center line. Then check the level of the
unit support.
1/2" Bolt & Lock Washer
Spacer,
#10 Screw &
Lock Washer
3/8" Bolts
Level
(parallel)
Magellan
Unit Support
3/8" Set Screws (for leveling)
NOTE: If leveling is necessary, adjust the
3/8" set screws until the unit support is level.
12. Tighten all hardware:
22 foot-pounds .............. for 3/8" bolt
55 foot-pounds .............. for 1/2" bolt
13. Using the #10 screw and lock washer, install
the plastic spacer on the top surface of the
Magellan unit support.
Section III Installation
Umbilical Assembly
Tie Wraps
NuSimplicity Chair Installation
1. From the umbilical bag of supplies, select the
umbilical assembly with the supplied L-bracket.
2. Route the umbilical between the hydraulic
pump and the control board, then under the
cantilever arm.
3. Tie wrap the umbilical to the bracket. (See
photo below.)
6. Using the two 10-32 screws provided, secure
the L-bracket.
7. Leave the base cover off until the foot
control has been installed.
Other DentalEZ Chairs
*IMPORTANT NOTE: If installing on a
L-bracket
Tie Wrap
4. Route the umbilical through the brackets on
the cantilever and secure using tie wraps. (See
photo below.)
pre-tubed DentalEZ chair, skip Steps *1-*17.
*1. Select the following hardware items:
• Six 8" Tie Wraps
• Three 4" Tie Wraps
• 3/4" x 1-1/2" Foam Pressure Tape
• Two 1" Plastic Clamps
• Two 5/8" Metal Clamps
• 5' x 1-3/4" Corrugated Ducting Hose
• 8-1/2' x 5/8" Chair Umbilical Assembly
Vacuum Hose & 5/8" x 5/8" Connector
*2. Route and secure the chair umbilical as follows:
J/V-Generation Chair -Route the chair
umbilical assembly through the front slot in the
chair casting and continue as shown in the
illustration below. Then secure using the two 1"
plastic clamps and tie wraps.
Tie
Wraps
5. Route the remainder of the umbilical through
the pivot and up into the chair casting using
tie wraps to secure. (See photo next column.)
Tilt Cylinder
Assembly
Casting Slot
Umbilical
Assembly
Clamps Under
Cylinder
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J-Chair - Route the chair umbilical assembly
through the front slot in the chair casting and
continue as shown in the illustration below.
Then secure using the two 1" plastic clamps
and tie wraps.
Syringe Air/
Water Lines
Vacuum
Hose
Restraint
Bracket
Casting Slot
Clamps
Umbilical
Assembly
Tilt Cylinder Assembly
Touchpad Wire
Lift
Hydraulic
Cylinder
Hoses
White Cable
J-Chair
NOTE: Avoid the tilt cylinder assembly
because it moves and could cut or pinch the
tubing.
NOTE: Make sure the umbilical assembly
exhibits a small amount of slack when the
Magellan unit post is aligned with the chair.
NOTE: Remove only the rear portion of cable
wrap on the umbilical assembly to expose the
protective foam block at the touch pad wire
connector.
*3. Remove and discard the two existing 3/8"
black clamps. Then install the two 5/8"
metal clamps on the umbilical assembly at
the same locations.
HELPFUL NOTE: Positioning the back
of the seat forward will make Step 6 easier.
*4. Route the umbilical assembly through the
pivot opening along with the other hoses.
*5. Place the umbilical assembly on the underside of the chair lift as shown in the photo
above in the next column.
Safety
Switch
Bracket
Tie Wraps
Umbilical
Assembly
5/8" Vacuum &
5/8" x 5/8" Connector
NOTE: Make certain the umbilical assembly
is not contacting the electrical wiring within the
power assembly area.
*6. Use two 4" tie wraps to secure the umbilical
to the hydraulic hoses.
*7. Using the #10-32 screws provided, attach
the vacuum restraining bracket to the chair
safety switch bracket for routing the vacuum
hose from the assistant's arm.
Umbilical
Old Bracket
New
Bracket
*8. Place the 8-1/2' x 5/8" vacuum hose onto the
underside of the chair. Use two 8" tie wraps,
and attach the vacuum hose to the inside of the
cantilever arm. (See photo at top of this page.)
*9. Route the 8-1/2' x 5/8" vacuum hose under
the chair's pump assembly.
*10. Remove the power cord restraint from the Lshape bracket on the chair pump assembly.
*11. Remove the hospital plug from the chair power
cord and take note of the wire color of the cord
to the corresponding screw color of the plug.
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*12. Slide the power cord restraint off the power
cord and set aside.
*13. Thread the 5' x 1-3/4" ducting hose (left-hand
threads) on the painted bracket of the chair's
pump assembly.
NOTE: It may be necessary to replace the
USC Base
L-Shaped
Bracket
Ducting
Hose
#10 Screw
Holes
existing chair's pump assembly bracket with the
one containing a larger diameter hole which is
provided in the pre-tube conversion kit.
*14. Feed the chair umbilical assembly and the
8-1/2' x 5/8" vacuum hose into the 5' x 1-3/4"
corrugated ducting hose.
*15. Obtain the chair pump cover slot template
(PN: 2677-055) included with the pre-tube
conversion kit and follow the instructions to
route out the power cord slot.
Template
Screws &
Tape
Rotary Cutting
Tool
19. Remove the two #10 screws that secure the
L-shaped bracket to the USC base plate.
20. Thread the L-shaped bracket onto the 1-3/4"
ducting hose that connects the chair to the
USC. (The ducting hose is left-hand threaded.)
NOTE: It may be necessary to trim the 1-3/4"
ducting hose and umbilical tubing passing through
it. It is recommended not to trim the umbilical
wires, but rather coil them inside the USC.
21. Reattach the L-shaped bracket onto the USC
base using the two #10 screws.
Magellan Unit Post
*16. Position the base (pump) cover to align the
four mounting holes to ensure the chair's
umbilical assembly does not interfere with
the cover's fit. But, do not secure the base
(pump) cover at this time.
*17. Pass the power cord through the 5' x 1-3/4"
corrugated ducting hose and into the USC.
18. Trim the power cord length if desired. (If
installing on a pre-tubed chair, first remove
the hospital plug from the chair power cord
and take note of the wire color of the cord to
the corresponding screw color of the plug.)
Trim off the excess cord, then reattach the
hospital plug to the cord.
1. Select the following hardware package items:
• 3/8" x 2-1/4" Hex-head Screw
• 1/4", 3/4" and 3/8" Set Screws (one each)
• 3/8" Flat and Lock Washers (one each)
• Four Thrust Washers
• Two Thrust Bearings
• Rubber Cap
• Tube of Lubricant
• Post Pivot
2. Place a thrust washer on the 2" diameter
bearing surface of the Magellan unit support.
3. Apply lubricant to a thrust bearing and install
the bearing, followed by a second thrust washer.
4. Position a thrust washer onto the flat
member of the Magellan unit post.
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Rubber Cap
3/8" Hex-head Bolt
3/8" Lock Washer
Post Pivot Pin
Thrust Washers
3/8" Flat Washer
Slot
1/4-20 x 3/8" Set Screw
Unit Pole
Thrust Bearing
Unit Support
1/4-20 x 3/4" Set Screw
5. Apply lubricant to the second thrust bearing
and install followed by a thrust washer.
6. Position the support post so that the 1-1/4"
ID brass bushing in the flat member is
aligned with the bearing stack.
HELPFUL NOTE: Grasping the unit post
with one hand so that the unit post flat member bears
against the top lug of the unit support will assure the
alignment of the thrust bearing is maintained.
7. Using a free hand, insert the pivot mount
with thrust bearing and washers through the
1-1/4" diameter bore and the lower bearing
stack. Then engage the pivot mount into the
brass bushing.
NOTE: Engagement is a slip fit, provided the
Magellan unit post is held in alignment.
— CAUTION —
To avoid damage to the pivot bushing, do
not use force when installing the pivot
mount into the Magellan unit post.
8. Make sure the pivot pin slot faces the side of
the unit support having the tapped hole.
9. Seat the pivot mount until its head is in full
contact with the bottom and sides of the
Magellan unit support.
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10. Locate the 1/4" x 3/4" long set screw in the
threaded hole on the Magellan unit support.
Then tighten the 1/4" x 3/4" set screw to
prevent the pivot pin from rotating.
11. Place a 1/4" x 3/8" long set screw into the
threaded hole in the flat member of the
Magellan unit post.
12. Engage the 1/4" x 3/8" set screw with a 1/8"
Allen wrench to deform the internal bushing
against the pivot mount until a 3-pound force
is required to rotate the unit post.
13. Install the rubber cap over the bolt head.
Delivery Head
1. Remove the packaging from the delivery
head along with the adjustable arm and the
umbilical assembly.
2. Feed the umbilical assembly into the unit
post, ensuring that the leading end of the
umbilical assembly (with the protective spiral
end) does not catch on the open access slot
or weld seam of the unit post’s flat joint.
3. After the umbilical assembly is completely
installed in the unit post, engage the
bearing arm support assembly into the post.
4. Align the stop of the bearing arm support with
the tapped holes of the unit post and the
post’s access slot.
5. Adjust the arm rotation by tightening the
tension (smaller) set screws.
6. Secure the bearing arm support with three
locking set screws.
Tension
Set Screws
Locking
Set Screws
Section III Installation
7. Match and connect the tubes and wires from
the Magellan arm umbilical assembly to the
manifold and wires of the chair umbilical
assembly according to
the photo on the right
and manifold
illustration below.
1/4" Clear
.
1/4" Clear from
Manifold Block
(Plug Removed)
1/4" Green from
Chair Umbilical
Originally Plugged
1/4" Clear
CHAIR
SIDE
1/8" Green
NOTE: The standard tubing for the delivery
head is factory installed.
Syringe Tubing
1. Hang the syringe valve in the holder.
2. Connect the air and water lines to the appropriate
male to female connectors in the unit chassis.
3. Connect the syringe to the valve body and
install the nozzle tube assembly, following the
instructions in owner’s manual supplied with
the syringe.
Assistant's Arm (Optional)
1/4" Clear from
Chair Umbilical
1/4" Green from
Water Bottle
1/8" Clear
Handpiece Tubing
1/8" Blue
Remove and
replace with
1/4" Clear 1/8" barb.
from Water
Attach 1/8"
Bottle
Yellow from
Water Bottle
1/4" Red
1/8" Black
1/8" Red
UNIT
SIDE
1/8" Yellow
from Unit
Umbilical
8. Connect the 5/8" ID vacuum hose from the
umbilical assembly to the 5/8" ID vacuum
hose of the chair by sliding it over the
connector of the umbilical ducting hose.
9. Cut off excess vacuum tubing.
NOTE: Provide sufficient slack in the umbilical assembly to avoid stretching when the chair is
in its full UP position.
10. Check for leaks.
11. Install the mounting plate cover
NOTE: The J/V-Generation and J-Chair have
a one-piece, v-shape cover. The Simplicity Chair has
a two-section, mirror-image cover.
NuSimplicity Chair
Carton Part Contents:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Assistant’s Arm
Mounting Bracket Assembly
High-volume Evacuator Valve Handle
Saliva Ejector Valve Handle
Solids Collector Traps (4)
Bolts (2)
4' x 1/2" High-volume Evacuator Tubing
4' x 1/4" Saliva Ejector Tubing
NOTE: Remove seat cushion if necessary.
1. Place the chair in its full upright position.
2. Remove the cap and nut from the shoulder bolt
located in the link of the rear assistant’s arm.
3. Place the link of the rear assistant’s arm on
top of the bracket and plastic washer. (Be
sure to keep the washer/spring washers in the
same orientation.)
4. Thread the shoulder bolt into the bracket and
tighten the bolt securely. Test that the arm
rotates without the bolt head turning.
Cap
Link
— NOTICE —
For tubing connections, see the tubing
diagram in the back of this manual.
Bracket
Shoulder
Bolt
Washer
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5. From the underside of the bracket, install the
nut on the shoulder bolt and tighten securely.
6. Replace the cap in the link.
7. Pass the tubing and wires from the assistant's
arm through the strain relief bushing in the
cantilever cover.
8. Pass the tubing and wires through the wire bracket.
9. Connect the 5/8" ID vacuum hose of the
rear assistant's arm to the 5/8" ID vacuum
hose of the chair by sliding it over the
connector of the chair's ducting hose.
10. Cut off excess vacuum tubing if necessary.
6. Reinstall the brake handle cover. Or, install
the replacement brake handle cover, which
contains a slot for the mounting bracket.
7. Place the link of the rear assistant’s arm on
top of the bracket and plastic washer.
8. Using the two #10 screws provided, attach
the tubing retainer bracket to the switch
bracket. (Already installed on the pre-tubed chair.)
Tubing
Strain Relief
Bushing
Other DentalEZ Chairs
Carton Part Contents:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Assistant’s Arm
Tubing Retainer Bracket
Mounting Bracket Assembly
High-volume Evacuator Valve Handle
Saliva Ejector Valve Handle
Plastic Strain Relief Bushing (for older chair)
Replacement Brake Handle Cover (if needed)
Four Solids Collector Traps
4' x 1/2" High-volume Evacuator Tubing
4' x 1/4" Saliva Ejector Tubing
Two 5/16" Countersink, Socket-head Bolts
Two #10 Screws (extra)
Two Tie Straps (extra)
1. If the lower cantilever cover is on, take it off
by removing the two screws from the underside
of the cover.
2. Remove the solid-cap plug from the upper
cantilever cover and replace it with the
supplied strain relief bushing.
3. If the brake handle cover is on, take it off by
removing the two screws that secure it.
4. Using the two 5/16" countersink, socket-head
bolts, attach the mounting bracket to the chair.
5. Using a 3/16 Allen wrench and a 9/16
wrench, unscrew the decorative socket bolt
from the bracket leaving one of the plastic
washers on the mounting bracket.
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Switch
Bracket
Tubing
Retainer
Bracket
#10 Screws
9. Pass the tubing and wires from the assistant's
arm through the strain relief bushing in the
cantilever cover.
10. Pass the tubing and wires through the tubing
retainer bracket.
11. Connect the 5/8" ID vacuum hose of the
rear assistant's arm to the 5/8" ID vacuum
hose of the chair by sliding it over the
connector of the chair's ducting hose. (Refer to
photo on Page 10.)
12. Cut off excess vacuum tubing. Then secure
the ducting hose neatly to the inside of the
chair's cantilever using the supplied tie
straps. This will prevent the tubing and wires
from going beyond the tubing retainer bracket
and being pinched or cut. Allow enough
slack for chair movement.
NOTE: Complete syringe tubing connection
instructions are on Page 13.
NOTE: For connection reference purposes, a full-color
tubing diagram is located in the back of this manual.
13. Place the assistant's arm in its normal
operating position and make sure the bottom
portion of the assistant's arm is level.
Section III Installation
NOTE: If leveling is needed, tilt the assistant's
arm up to expose the set screw in the leveling plate
and adjust the leveling set screw as necessary.
Leveling Plate
Leveling
Set Screw
Assistant's Arm
Assistant's Instrumentation
Saliva Ejector (SE)
1. Connect the SE
valve to the 5/16"
O.D. SE tubing.
SE Valve
5/16" O.D.
Tubing
2. Hang the saliva ejector valve in the
instrument holder.
3. Connect the tubing to the open 1/4" port
under the solids collector in the assistant's arm.
High-Volume Evacuator (HVE)
1. Connect the
HVE valve
to the 5/8"
O.D. tubing.
HVE Valve
5/8" O.D.
Tubing
2. Hang the HVE valve in the instrument holder.
3. Connect the tubing to an open 1/2" port under
the solids collector in the assistant's arm.
Instrument
Holder
Closed
1/2" Port
1/2" HVE
Tubing
4. If an optional second high-volume evacuator
valve is used, do the following:
a. Insert a sharp, pointy object into the
closed 1/2" port under the solids
collector and create a smooth opening.
b. Repeat Steps 1 through 3.
Air/Water Syringe (Optional)
1. Pass the twin 1/8" syringe tubing from the
assistant's arm through the top cantilever
cover opening, routing it through the chair to
the umbilical assembly located under the
cantilever cover. (See the tubing diagram in back
of this manual.)
2. Find the 1/8" yellow, plugged tubing marked
“A” in the umbilical assembly located near
the tubing retainer bracket. This 1/8" yellow
tube is paired with a 1/8" clear, plugged tube
marked “W”. Both tubes are held together
with a plastic pinch clamp.
3. Remove the plastic pinch clamp and cut the
plugged ends off both “A” and “W” tubes.
4. Place a 1/8" male quick-connect fitting on
the yellow “A” tube and a 1/8" female quickconnect fitting on the clear “W” tube.
5. Cut the twin 1/8" syringe tubing to a length
suitable to connect to the “A” and “W” tubes.
6. Place a 1/8" male quick-connect fitting on the
1/8" non-ribbed syringe tubing and a 1/8"
female fitting on the ribbed syringe tubing.
7. Join both sets of male/female connectors.
8. Connect the syringe to the valve body and
install the nozzle tube assembly following the
instructions in the supplied syringe manual.
9. On the underside of the assistant's arm
housing, connect the male and female quick
connect fittings to the syringe.
10. Hang the syringe in the instrument holder.
Air/Water
Syringe Quick
Connects
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Cuspidor Pole (Optional)
1. If the lower cantilever cover is on, take it off
by removing the two screws from the underside
of the cover.
2. If the brake handle cover is on, take it off by
removing the two screws that secure it.
3. Using the two 5/16" countersink, socket-head
bolts, attach the mounting bracket to the chair.
(Refer to the photo at the top of Page 17.)
4. Pass the tubing and wires through the tubing
retainer bracket.
Tubing
Pivot
Cover
Tubing
Retainer
Bracket
9. Attach the green ground wire of the cuspidor
harness to the chair by removing an accessible
#10 size screw from the chair and re-installing
it with the ground wire eyelet attached.
10. Route the brown and black (cuspidor safety
panel) wires from the cuspidor up through
the chair pivot to the top of the upper chair
casting. Then connect the wires to the brown
and black wires of the chair harness.
11. Using the supplied tie straps, secure the
ducting hose and tubings neatly to the inside
of the chair's cantilever. This will prevent the
tubing and wires from going beyond the tubing
retainer bracket and being pinched or cut. Allow
enough slack for chair movement.
NOTE: For connection reference purposes, a
full-color tubing diagram is located in the back of
this manual.
Cuspidor Bowl (Optional)
IMPORTANT NOTE: Remove and
Switch
Bracket
#10 Screws
5. Connect the 3/4" ID gray drain hose of the
cuspidor to the 3/4" ID clear drain tube of the
chair by sliding it over the connector of the
chair's drain hose. (Trim if necessary.)
6. Connect the 5/16" ID vent tube from the
cuspidor to the 5/16" ID vent tube of the
chair by sliding one tube over the attached
connector of the other tube.
7. Connect the 1/4" ID clear and green tubings
of the arm assembly to the 1/4" ID clear and
green tubings of the chair. Use the supplied
tubing clamps to secure the connection.
8. Cut off the plugged end of the 1/8" ID red tube
of the chair umbilical. Then connect the tube
to the in-line connection of the 1/8" red tube
from the cuspidor. Secure with a tubing clamp.
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discard the plastic ring on the cuspidor shaft.
1. Take the drain tubing elbow of the umbilical
and slip it onto the cuspidor drain. Then
connect the vent line to the exposed barb.
2. Connect the 1/4" green, 1/4" clear and 1/8"
red tubes from the cuspidor to the corresponding tubes in the pole.
3. Insert the spindle of the cuspidor through the
bushing of the pole. Make sure the tubing is
not pinched in the bushing.
4. Tighten the set screw in the cuspidor pole
until it contacts the pivot and adjust for
desired rotation tension.
Section III Installation
Delivery Head Tray
Galaxy® Euro-Style Head
1. Raise the delivery head cover by pulling it
forward (It is not necessar y to remove the
cover....it will hinge forward.)
NOTE: If the unit is equipped with an option
bracket, it must be removed prior to installing the
tray. To remove the bracket, unscrew the four securing
bolts and move the bracket forward.
2. Align the bolt, two friction disks, bent arm
and spacer 3 with the tapped hole located on
the bottom of the fixed arm. Then tighten
the bolt to a snug fit.
3. Insert the bolt up through the hole in the unit
head pan and install the large nut to the bolt.
Large Nut
Metal Tray
Holder
Friction
Disks
Friction
Disk
Nut
Fixed
Arm
Unit
Head
Pan
4. Install the metal tray holder with the flat side
of the friction disk facing down. Then
tighten using the provided nut.
5. Insert the metal tray into the metal tray holder.
6. Swivel the tray arm assembly to test the
friction. To increase the friction, tighten the
bolt and large nut. (The friction can also be
adjusted by using the set screw located at the
rear of the tray arm.)
Rotating Tray (Optional)
Galaxy Traditional Head
1. Remove the hole plug in the top of the unit
head's fixed arm.
NOTE: Make sure the plastic washer is between the unit
head and the shaft of the pin.
2. Place the pin of
the rotating tray
into the brass
bushing on the
unit head.
Brass
Bushing
Bolt
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Basic Electrical Box (Optional)
Umbilical
Power
Module
1. Unplug all cords from the receptacle in the USC.
NOTE: See the basic electrical box system wiring
diagram in the back of this manual for connections.
1/8"
Barb
2. Connect the supplied adaptor harness to the
main wiring harness.
3. Connect the green wire of the adaptor harness
to the USC base or electrical box to ground it.
NOTE: The adaptor harness has two connectors: One will connect to the fiber optic transformer (if ordered). The other will connect to the
light transformer (if ordered). Both transformers
plug into the basic electrical box.
4. Pass the green ground wire of the main
harness through the umbilical and ground it
to the chair.
NOTE: It may be necessary to remove an
existing screw and reinsert the screw with the green
ground wire attached.
Power Module (Optional)
1. Unplug all cords from the receptacle in the USC.
Main
Harness
1/8"
Yellow
Line
1/8"
Yellow
Line "T"
Optional
Equipment
Shown
3. A "T" must be spliced into the 1/8" yellow air
line near the poppet valve. Then connect the
open end of the "T" to the barb of the power
module using a section of 1/8" yellow air line
and two tubing clamps. If necessary, cut a section
of 1/8" yellow air line out of the umbilical to make
connection.
4. After checking all the plug connections, reconnect
the power plug into the receptacle in the USC.
5. Pass the green wire of the main harness
through the umbilical and ground it to the
power module, USC base or chair.
NOTE: See the power module system wiring
diagram in the back of this manual for connections.
2. Connect the main wiring harness to the
power module.
Green
Ground of
Main
Harness
NOTE: It may be necessary to remove an existing
screw and reinsert the screw with the green ground
wire attached.
NOTE: Make sure the air valve in the USC is
open.
6. At the delivery head, turn master switch to ON
and ensure power is available at power module.
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Section III Installation
Fiber Optic Tubing (Optional)
NOTE: The fiber optic tubing is factory installed.
1/4" x 3/4" Set Screw
Align pin w/pivot pin
Fiber Optics-Electrical (Optional)
NOTE: The fiber optics electrical wiring is factory
installed. To complete installation do the following:
In the service console, plug the black and white wire
leads from the arm into the orange and yellow wires
from the umbilical wiring harness. (For reference of fiber
optics electrical connections, see the wiring diagram in the
back of this manual.)
Light or Monitor Pole (Optional)
1. Select the following hardware package items:
• 3/8"-16 x 2-1/4" Hex-head Bolt
• 1/4" x 3/4" Set Screw
• 1/4" x 3/8" Set Screw
• 3/8" Flat and Lock Washer (one each)
• Four Thrust Washers
• Two Thrust Bearings
• Rubber Cap
• Post Pivot
2. Raise the chair base to its upper travel limit
and disconnect the chair power.
3. Remove the warning tag from the unit post
assembly and set the assembly aside for use
when reprogramming the chair.
Thrust Washers
1/4" x 3/8" Set Screw
1-1/4" Brass Bushing
Note Slot Orientation
3/8" Flat Washer
3/8" x 2-1/4" Bolt
Rubber Cap
Counter Bore
Thrust Bearing
Light Arm or
Monitor
Arm
Pivot Pin
3/8" Lock
Washer
4. Apply lubricant to the pivot pin shaft and both
sides of all thrust washers and thrust bearings.
5. Place a thrust washer, bearing and another
thrust washer onto the pivot pin. Then insert
the pivot pin and bearing stack through the
1-1/4" brass bushing at the end of the light/
monitor pole. Place another thrust washer,
bearing and thrust washer onto the pin.
— CAUTION —
To avoid damage to the pivot bushing, do
not use force when installing the pivot
mount into the light/monitor pole.
6. While holding the bearings and pin in the
pole, align the machined hole in the pivot pin
with the pin in the chair support's bottom
counter bore. Then adjust the unit pole and
pin so the pin will slide into the counter bore.
NOTE: Engagement is a slip fit, provided the
Magellan light/monitor pole is held in alignment.
7. Seat the pivot mount until its head is in full
contact with the bottom and sides of the
Magellan unit support.
8. Make sure the pivot pin slot faces the side of
the unit support having the tapped hole.
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9. While holding the unit pole in position,
install the 3/8"-16 x 2-1/4" hex-head bolt
with 3/8" lock and flat washers through the
pin so that it threads into the chair support.
Then tighten the bolt enough to remove most
clearances between the bearings.
10. Install the 1/4" x 3/4" set screw into the
threaded hole on the Magellan unit support.
Then tighten the set screws to prevent the
pivot pin from rotating.
11. Finish tightening the bolt in the pin until all
the clearance between the bearings is
removed and the pole moves freely. Then
retighten the set screw.
12. Place a 1/4" x 3/8" set screw into the
threaded hole in the flat member of the
Magellan unit post.
13. Engage the set screw with a 1/8" Allen
wrench to deform the internal bushing
against the pivot mount until a 3-pound force
is required to rotate the unit post.
3. Starting from the back of the chair, route the
foot control tubing into the pump area.
4. Find the foot control leads of the chair's
umbilical assembly numbered “1”, “2”, “3”
and “4” located toward the rear of the chair's
pump motor assembly.
5. Attach the “1”, “2”, “3” and “4” leads with
the corresponding numbered connectors of
the foot control tubing.
6. In the USC, attach the hard, red air line to
the air valve fitting using the supplied
compression fitting. (See connection “A”.)
*7. Attach a 1/4" tubing clamp to the rigid 1/4"
green water line of the water regulator.
*8. Use soap to lubricate the 1/4" barb. Then
connect the water line to the water valve
actuator. (See connection “B”.)
Optional
City Water
Layout
Shown
14. Install the rubber cap over the bolt head.
A
*Water
Regulator
Finalizing USC Installation
NOTE: The following instructions for finalizing
USC connections include optional city water
installation. If installing standard clean water
system only, omit these steps indicated with an * :
*7 , *8 , *12 and *14 .
NOTE: Refer to the tubing diagram in the
back of this manual for all connections.
1. Select the following hardware items:
• Six 1/8" Tubing Clamps
• Three 1/4" Tubing Clamps
2. Remove the cable wrap to expose the tubing
connections of the umbilical assembly.
NOTE: If the pump cover and the chair's
lower cantilever cover are not already removed,
take them off now. (Refer to Page 7, Step 4.)
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*B
Vacuum
Elbow
Air
Regulator
Section III Installation
9. Connect the 1/8" red tube from the umbilical
to the poppet valve connection opposite the
existing barb assembled to the 1/4" red tube.
(See connection “C”.)
10. Connect the 1/8" yellow tube from the
umbilical to the poppet valve connection
opposite the existing barb assembled to the
1/8" yellow tube. (See connection “D”.)
11. Connect the 1/4" red tube, numbered “1”, to
the middle barb of the poppet valve in the
USC. Then secure the connection using a 1/4"
tubing clamp. (This is the drive air line for
the foot control.) (See connection “E”.)
*12. Connect the 1/4" green tube of the umbilical
to the connector from the 1/4" green tube of
the water regulator. (See connection “F”.)
13. Attach a 1/8" tubing clamp to the 1/8"
yellow air line of the poppet valve.
*14. Use soap to lubricate the barb of the water
valve actuator. Attach the 1/8" yellow line of
the poppet valve to this barb and secure using
a 1/8" tubing clamp. (See connection “G”.)
15. If a rear assistant's arm is installed, slip the
vacuum hose from the chair over the vacuum
elbow in the USC. (See connection “H”.)
C
D
*F
E
*G
Typical
Installation
H
Typical
Installation
16. If an optional fiber optic electrical system
is installed, attach the electrical leads of the
power pack transformer to the adaptor
harness. If no power module, attach the
electrical leads to the matching connector on the
main harness.
17. Route the main harness through the 5' x 1-3/4"
corrugated ducting hose to the inside of the chair
pump cover. (For future connections if
necessary.)
18. In the USC, open the air/water stop valves
and check for leaks.
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Section IV Testing
3. Inspect all joints
and connections
for leaks.
Delivery System
Adjustable Arm
Simplicity
To check the maneuverability of the Simplicity
adjustable arm, do the following:
1. Turn the brake
Brake Release Toggle
release toggle
OFF.
2. Slightly lift the
adjustable arm,
then lower it
into the desired
position.
3. Turn the brake release toggle ON.
4. To raise the unit, lift up to the desired position.
Galaxy®
4. Plug in any
transformers in
the USC into an
electrical outlet.
Master Switch
5. Turn the master
switch ON.
6. Inspect for leaks
in the service
console,
cuspidor and
delivery head.
Master
Switch
Traditional
Galaxy Euro-Style
Master
Switch
— IMPORTANT NOTE —
Before testing the delivery system, make sure the
shipping tie wrap is removed from the adjustable
arm pivot area at the delivery head.
To check the maneuverability of the Galaxy
adjustable arm, do the following:
1. Depress and hold
the brake release
button.
Galaxy Traditional
2. Slightly lift the
adjustable arm,
then lower it into
the desired
position.
3. Release the brake release button.
— NOTICE —
The air regulator is factory preset to deliver
551.6 kPa (80 PSI).
The water regulator is preset to deliver
275.8 kPa (40 PSI).
If the regulators are not set, do the following adjustment process:
Brake
Release
Button
Utility Service Center
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Air and Water Filter/Regulators
1. Pull the locking knob.
2. Turn the adjustment knob on each regulator
until the correct pressure reading is reached
(clockwise to increase or counterclockwise to decrease).
3. When finished, push the locking knob down.
1. Turn ON all services supplying the USC.
Syringe
2. Open the air and water manual stop valves
by turning the knobs counterclockwise.
If the unit is equipped with a syringe, first depress the
air button and then the water button to test the flow.
Installation, Operation and Care Manual
Section IV Testing
Foot Control & Handpieces
Coolant Water Lines
Dry
Wet
WET/DRY
Toggle
Chip
Air
Valve
1. At the foot control, flip the toggle to WET.
— CAUTION —
Before connecting handpieces, all air must be
purged from the coolant water lines to allow
the system to function properly.
2. Purge air from the coolant water lines on
each handpiece as follows:
a. Turn the water coolant valve (there are three
valves on the Galaxy delivery head)
counterclockwise to its full, open position.
b. Remove the handpiece tubing from holder.
c. While facing the deliver head, start with
the handpiece tubing on the far left; then
fully depress the foot control to allow
water to flow into a sink or other container.
d. As the water is flowing, continue the
purging operation of the remaining
tubings (moving from the left tubing to the
right tubing).
e. Allow water to flow freely from all
tubings until all air has escaped.
3. Attach the handpieces to the tubing as follows:
a.
Slide the connector nut down along the
tubing to expose the handpiece adaptor.
b. Carefully align and insert the handpiece
swivel base into the adaptor.
c. Replace and tighten the connector nut to
complete installation.
Air Pressure
1. Flip the toggle to DRY at the foot control.
Water Coolant Valve
2. To adjust the individual handpiece drive air
pressure to the manufacturer's specifications
do the following procedure:
a. Remove the handpiece from its holder.
Handpiece
Water CoolantValves
Adaptor
Tubing
Traditional
Euro-Style
Water
Coolant
Valves
Nut
(Insert
Air Pressure
Gauge Here)
b. Insert an air pressure gauge as indicated
in the illustration above.
c. Hold the handpiece, fully depress the
foot control and observe the amount of
air pressure delivered to the handpiece.
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d. Locate the air pressure adjustment screws
on the bottom of the delivery head chassis.
Air
Pressure
Adjustment
Screws
Flush Valve
1. Remove the handpiece from its holder.
2. Activate the flush valve.
3. Operate each handpiece for 30 seconds into
a cuspidor, sink or open vacuum line.
Cuspidor (Optional)
Air Pressure
Adjustment
Screws
Check the cup filler and bowl rinse flow control
valves for proper operation.
Cup Fill
Galaxy
Air Pressure
Adjustment
Screws
Euro-Style
e. Using a slotted screwdriver or fingers,
turn the air pressure adjustment screw on
the control valve of the appropriate
handpiece (counterclockwise to increase pressure,
clockwise to decrease pressure) until the handpiece manufacturer's correct specification
registers on the pressure gauge.
3. Repeat a. through e. in Step 2 to set the
pressure for each handpiece.
NOTE: If a low-speed handpiece is required,
slide the coolant air and water restrictor over the
lines on the appropriate control valve.
Chip Air Foot Control
If the handpiece utilizes coolant air, a burst of air
should be delivered to the handpiece when the chip
air valve is depressed.
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1. With the cup in place, depress and release the
cup fill button on the top of the cuspidor
housing that is indicated in the illustration
below.
2. The cup water will flow as long as the button
is pressed down.
Bowl
Rinse
Button
Cup Fill
Button
Bowl Rinse Cycle
Adjustment Stem
Bowl Rinse
1. Depress and release the bowl rinse button on
top of the cuspidor housing that is indicated
in the illustration above.
2. Using fingers, turn the bowl rinse cycle
adjustment stem on the bottom side of the
cuspidor to set the timed bowl rinse cycle.
Turn the stem clockwise to increase the bowl
rinse length of time. To decrease the time,
turn counterclockwise.
Section IV Testing
Galaxy Cuspidor
Bowl Rinse
Check the cup filler and bowl rinse flow control
valves for proper operation.
Cup Fill
1. With a cup in place, depress and release the
cup fill button on the side of the cuspidor.
2. Adjust the cup flow rate by turning the cup
flow valve counterclockwise to increase the
cup flow rate. To decrease the cup flow rate,
turn the valve clockwise.
3. To increase the cup fill length of time, turn
the cup fill valve clockwise. To decrease the
cup fill length of time, turn the valve
counterclockwise.
1. Depress and release the bowl rinse button on
side of the cuspidor.
2. Turn the bowl flow valve counterclockwise
to increase the bowl rinse flow rate. To
decrease flow rate, turn the valve clockwise.
3. Turn the bowl time valve clockwise to
increase the bowl rinse length of time. To
decrease the bowl rinse time, turn the valve
counterclockwise.
Bowl Flow
Cup Time
Bowl Time
Cup Flow
Bowl Rinse
Cup Fill
Other Optional Features
Fiber Optics
Follow the test procedures outlined in the instructions included in each fiber optic handpiece package.
Assistant’s Vacuum Accessories
Evacuate one cup of water (8 oz. each) through the
saliva ejector and the high-volume evacuator.
— NOTICE —
After all final testing is complete, install the
USC cover using four #10 screws.
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Section V Operation
— WARNING —
To prevent possible injury because of accidental
operation, do not leave young children unattended.
Simplicity® Magellan Unit
• The handpiece holder angle can be adjusted by
using an Allen wrench to loosen two set screws on
the bottom of the holder and rotating the holder
to the desired angle; then retightening the screws.
Handpiece
Holder
— WARNING —
Do not place objects weighing more
than ten (10) pounds on the delivery head/tray.
Set
Screws
Delivery Head
Simplicity
Master Switch Control
The master switch, located on the side of the delivery unit, controls the ON/OFF function of air,
water and electricity to the entire unit.
Flip the master switch up to turn ON the unit.
IMPORTANT: At the end of each work
day, and anytime the unit is unattended, make
sure the master switch is in the OFF position.
• An oil collector/filter is designed to collect oil
from the handpiece exhaust air. Periodically
check the filter for cleaning or replacement by
removing the screws that hold the cover and
inspecting the filter.
Master ON/OFF Switch
Oil Filter
Housing
Instrument Hanger
IMPORTANT: Slide the hangar bar out far
enough to accommodate the instruments, then tighten
the set screws indicated in the picture below to secure.
This feature’s design allows the following functions:
• An automatic CUT OFF, can be demonstrated
by placing tubing in the hanger and disabling
operation for that position.
The horizontal and vertical location of delivery head
can be varied by doing the following:
• To vary the horizontal location, push or pull the
instrument hanger bar handle.
• To raise the delivery head, lift up the instrument hangar bar handle with the brake off.
• To lower the delivery head, make sure
the brake is off and
pull the head down.
Instrument
Hanger
Set Screws
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• When positioned
correctly, turn the
brake back on.
Brake Release
Toggle
Section V Operation
Galaxy Traditional
Master Switch Controls
The unit's master toggle switch controls the ON/
OFF function of air, water and electricity to the
entire unit. To turn on the unit, flip the toggle switch
to the ON position.
IMPORTANT: At the end of each work day,
and anytime the unit is unattended, make sure the
master control switch is in the OFF position.
• An oil collector/filter is designed to collect oil
from the handpiece exhaust air. Periodically
check the filter for cleaning or replacement by
removing the two thumb screws that secure the
filter cover.
Oil
Collector/
Filter
Screws
Master Switch
Delivery Head Positioning
Delivery Head
• The entire delivery head can be moved to the
left or right to provide easy access to the
optional tray on top of the delivery head.
• Grasp the brake handle and move the delivery
head to the left or right.
Design Features
The Galaxy's traditional head design allows the
following functions:
• An automatic CUT OFF can be demonstrated
by placing tubing in an instrument holder
section and disabling operation for that position.
The horizontal and vertical location of delivery head
can be varied by doing the following:
• To vary the horizontal location, push or pull the
brake handle.
• To raise the delivery head, lift up the delivery
head.
Brake Release
Button
Brake
Handle
Instrument Holder Section
Automatic Cut Off Switch
• To lower the delivery head, depress the brake
release button, lift slightly on the brake handle
and push the head down using the handle.
Release the button when the delivery head is in
the desired position.
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Section V Operation
Galaxy Euro-Style
The Euro-style head design allows the following functions:
• The multi-positional tray can pivot around from left to
right and move back and forth for easy tubing access.
• Handpieces and syringe instruments conveniently lay in six recessed areas on top of the
delivery head cover.
• An automatic CUT OFF can be demonstrated
by pulling the whip forward (operational) then
letting it spring back (cut off).
• An oil collector/filter is designed to collect oil
from the handpiece exhaust air. Periodically
check the filter for cleaning or replacement by
lifting the delivery head cover and removing the
screws that secure the filter cover.
Oil Collector
Filter Cover
Simplicity® Magellan Unit
• Depending on the positioning of the delivery
head, the tubing can have a gradual radius or
loop. This loop is created when the delivery
head is positioned closer to the patient.
• The whip is designed to stay down when it is in
the forward position. If the whip will not stay
down, the following adjustments can be made:
- Where the handpiece tubing comes out of the
whip inside the head, there should be three
tie wraps securing the tubing: one on the bent
portion of the whip, a second at the center of
the arc created by the tubing and a third located
on the tie wrap clamp attached to the chassis.
Tie Wrap #1
Tie Wrap #2
Whip Mechanism & Adjustment
• To correctly operate the whip mechanism, the
whip arm must be pulled all the way forward.
(If not, the spring will pull the whip back.)
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Whip Arm
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Tie Wrap #3
- Increase the arc by pulling tubing out of the whip
arm or by taking some slack out of the tubing
between the tie wrap clamp and the manifold.
- Reposition the second tie wrap so it is close
to the center of the arc and make sure the
cut end of the tie wrap is facing down.
- Close the lid and test the function of the whip.
- If the arced portion of the tubing becomes
caught on the chassis, then the arc is too
large. Reduce the size of the arc, re-center
the second tie wrap and re-test.
Section V Operation
Delivery Head Positioning
— CAUTION —
Do not use the whips of the instrumentation to
adjust the delivery head or arm position.
• To vary the horizontal location, push or pull the
unit head.
• To raise the delivery head, lift the unit head up.
• To lower the delivery head, pull the brake
release paddle located on the underside of the
delivery head then let go of the paddle when
the delivery head is in the desired position.
Brake Release
Paddle
2. While operating the handpiece, turn the valve
counterclockwise to increase the volume of
coolant water spray. To decrease the volume,
turn the valve clockwise.
Galaxy Traditional/Euro-Style
• Coolant water spray to all the handpieces can
be turned ON or OFF using the toggle switch
located on the foot control.
• The coolant spray volume is individually
regulated for each handpiece by using the
coolant water adjustment valves located on the
underside of the delivery head.
• While operating a handpiece, turn the coolant
water adjustment valve counterclockwise to
increase the volume of coolant water spray. To
decrease volume, turn the valve clockwise.
Air Pressure
Adjustment
Screws
Coolant Water
Adjustment
Valves
Handpieces
Coolant Water Spray
Simplicity
Coolant water spray to all the handpieces can be
turned ON or OFF using the toggle switch located
on the foot control.
The coolant spray volume for the handpieces can be
regulated as follows:
1. Locate the coolant water valve found on the
side of the delivery head.
Coolant Air
Adjustment
Valve
Coolant Air
Adjustment
Valve
Traditional
Coolant
Water
Adjustment
Valves
Euro-Style
Coolant Water
Valve
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Air Pressure
Air pressure to each handpiece can be adjusted to
the manufacturer's specifications by following the air
pressure instructions in Section IV Testing (Page 23-24).
Flush
Valve
NOTE: These procedures must be done while:
• The master switch is in the ON position,
• The handpiece is out of its holder and
• The foot control is fully depressed.
NOTE: When
Air
Pressure
Adjustment
Screws
making necessary
air pressure
adjustments, refer
to the air pressure
gauge located at
the side of the
delivery head to check the approximate amount
of air pressure delivered to the handpiece.
Flush System
It is recommended that the tubing of each handpiece
used be flushed after each patient.
1. Hold the handpiece tubing over a sink,
cuspidor or open vacuum line.
2. While facing the front of unit, activate the
flush valve located on the right of the delivery
head for 30 seconds.
Flush Valve
Flush
Valve
Euro-Style
NOTE: Flushing the water line in the handpiece can
be done by operating the flush valve while either fully
depressing or not depressing the foot control.
Syringe
The syringe is designed to deliver air or water, or a
mixture of air and water, as required.
• To deliver water only, press the button on the
syringe marked with a water drop symbol.
• For air only, press the button on the syringe
with no marking.
• To get a spray mixture of air and water, press
both buttons simultaneously.
NOTE: Air and water flows are factory preset.
Foot Control
The speed of the handpiece is controlled by depressing the disc located on the foot control.
• A light pressure on the foot control disc causes
a slow speed.
• Full pressure on the disc causes the handpiece
to operate at full speed.
NOTE: The coolant water spray ON/OFF
function is also controlled by using the toggle
located on the foot control as described above.
Dry
WET/DRY
Toggle
Traditional
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Disc
Wet
Chip Air
Valve
Section V Operation
Chipblower
If the handpiece utilizes coolant air, the chipblower
is used to blow debris away from the cutting site by
creating an air blast through the handpiece without
causing the bur to rotate. To operate the chip
blower, depress and hold down the valve on the
upper right of the foot control.
Optional Fiber Optics
The fiber optics control is automatically activated by
operating the handpiece using the foot control.
NOTE: When the foot control is released, the
fiber optics light will stay on for approximately ten
seconds to allow inspection of the cutting site.
Simplicity Cuspidor (Optional)
Cuspidor design features:
• Cuspidor pivots allowing easier patient access.
• The bowl rinse operates automatically using the
adjustable timing feature.
• Both the cup fill and bowl rinse spouts are
removable for sterilization.
Cup Fill
With a cup in place, depress and release the cup fill
button on the top of the cuspidor housing indicated
in the illustration below.
Assistant's Vacuum Accessories
Bowl
Rinse
Button
— WARNING —
Do not hang objects weighing more
than 5 pounds on the assistant's arm.
Cup Fill
Button
The standard instrumentation for a post-mounted
CMU is one High Volume Evacuator (HVE), one
Saliva Ejector (SE) and a three-way syringe (syringe
operating instructions on Page 30). Optional features
include an additional HVE.
NOTE: The assistant’s arm pivots to allow
positioning of the instruments for easy access.
HVE & SE
HVE
SE
The flow of vacuum through
the HVE and SE is controlled
by a lever valve.
• Pushing the lever forward
toward the tip opens the
vacuum.
• Moving the lever toward the hose end decreases
the vacuum flow.
• To close the valve, move the lever all the way
toward the hose end.
Bowl Rinse
Depress and release the bowl rinse button on top of
the cuspidor indicated in the illustration above.
NOTE: The bowl rinse spout rotates to different
angles to change swirl pattern of flow in the bowl.
SE Lever
Valve
HVE Lever
Valve
Closed Open
Closed Open
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Section V Operation
Simplicity® Magellan Unit
Galaxy Cuspidor (Optional)
Clean Water System
Operation of the clean water system is as follows:
Cuspidor design features include:
• The cuspidor pivots allowing easier patient access.
• The bowl rinse and cup fill operate automatically using the adjustable timing feature.
• Flip the toggle switch (A) to the ON
position.
• If optional city water is in use, flip the
toggle switch (*B) to change usage from
city water to bottle water.
• Check the gauge (C) pressure. It should
read 40 PSI.
• To adjust water pressure, turn the set
screw (D) on the regulator located on the
underside of the manifold.
Cup Fill
Spout
Bowl Rinse
Spout
• To remove the bottle (E), first flip the
toggle switch (A) to the OFF position,
then unscrew it from the assembly.
A
*B
Bowl Rinse
While facing the front to the cuspidor, depress and
release the left button on the side of the cuspidor to
rinse the bowl.
NOTE: The bowl rinse spout rotates to different angles to change the swirl pattern of flow in
the bowl.
C
D
Cup Fill
With a cup in place, depress and release the right
button on the side of the cuspidor.
E
— NOTICE —
This dental water delivery system is equipped
with BioFreeTM tubing containing antimicrobial
properties built in to protect it.
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Section VI Care
Cleaning
The Simplicity Magellan unit should be cleaned as follows:
• Wipe frequently with a damp, lint-free cloth.
• Use a neutral detergent to clean stains.
— CAUTION —
Do not use abrasive cleaning agents.
• At the end of the day, turn the master ON/
OFF valve to the OFF position and clean the
instrumentation.
• Each morning, turn the master valve ON and
check the air and water system for proper
operation using the three-way syringe.
NOTE: It is recommended that puncture-resistant
nitrile gloves be worn for the following procedures:
High-Volume Evacuator (HVE)
With the high-volume evacuator vacuum valve in the
OFF position, disconnect the valve. Using a brush,
clean the interior of the valve under a faucet, and
rinse thoroughly.
Saliva Ejector
Disconnect the saliva ejector valve from the tubing
and repeat the procedure described for the HVE.
Solids Collector
To clean the solids collector, located at the instrument end of the assistant's arm, do the following:
1. Push the lever on the saliva ejector upward
to equalize pressure.
2. Remove the lid by lifting it straight up.
3. Grasp the stem on the basket and lift the
basket straight up.
4. Empty debris and wash out the basket with
warm water, then replace the basket and lid.
Clean Water System
Empty the bottle at the end of each day. Then before
the day's first procedure, fill it with fresh clean water.
Water Lines
To prevent contamination, maintain clean water lines
and regenerate the BioFree tubing. (Refer to the
included packet.)
Air/Water Pressure Regulator Filter
The filter element in the air pressure regulator is
intended to keep moisture out of the unit and the
filter element in the water pressure regulator is
intended to keep contaminants out of the unit. It is
recommended to replace these filters at least once a
year. If the filter element is clogged, it will visibly
look dirty causing a pressure and flow drop. In this
case, the element should be replaced.
— NOTICE —
Cleaning brushes and SlugBusterTM can be
ordered through DentalEZ dealers.
Disinfecting
NOTE: After cleaning the HVE, SE and
solids collector, evacuate two cups of SlugBuster
vacuum line cleaning solution (one cup each) through
the HVE and SE to sanitize the system.
— CAUTION —
Avoid using disinfectants in spray containers
because they may cause premature staining,
discoloration and/or damage to the unit.
Liquid disinfectants are recommended for use on
Simplicity Magellan external surfaces and should be
applied using a soft, clean cloth.
— CAUTION —
Do not use disinfectants that
contain any of the following:
• Iodophors
• Glutaraldehydes
• Phenols
• Sodium Hypochlorites
• Alcohol on plastic surfaces
Use extreme caution when selecting the proper chemical disinfectant for the Simplicity Magellan CMU.
NOTE: *Cavicide ™ is the recommended
disinfectant for use on all external surfaces.
*Cavicide™ is a trademark of Micro Aseptic Products, Inc.
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Section VII User Service Information.
A fold-out, full-color Simplicity Magellan tubing
diagram is located at the end of this manual.
Simplicity® Magellan Unit
— WARNING —
The following charts should be used when troubleshooting operational problems. If these suggested
troubleshooting procedures do not resolve the
problem, see the Service Instruction on Page 37.
— WARNING —
Exercise extreme caution when troubleshooting
the electrical components of the Simplicity
Magellan CMU. When testing, always disconnect
the external power. When electrical power is
required, safety precautions must be followed.
Before servicing, always disconnect the
external power by unplugging the unit
from the power receptacle.
— WARNING —
Do not modify this equipment without
authorization from the manufacturer.
— NOTICE —
The DentalEZ Technical Service Department
is available to supply service personnel with any
additional information or instructions needed to
repair or maintain the dental delivery system.
— WARNING —
The power module power cord is not
replaceable by service personnel.
Handpiece
Symptom
No dri ve ai r.
Possible C ause(s)
D ri ve ai r flow adjustments on
pi nch valves are closed.
Solution
Usi ng a screw dri ver, turn adjustment screw
counterclockwi se to adjust dri ve ai r pressure. Set to
manufacturer's recommended pressure.
Faulty handpi ece holder valve. If pi nch valve does not release wi th handpi ece out of
holder and tubi ng to holder i s not restri cted, replace
hanger valve.
No fi ber opti c
li ght at
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Faulty foot control.
D epress foot control. If no ai r i s present, repai r or replace
foot control.
Pi nched or restri cted tubi ng.
Strai ghten or replace the 1/4" red tubi ng.
Power transformer i s not
plugged i n.
Plug transformer i nto desi gnated receptacle i n USC .
Internal wi res i n control head
and post-mounted console
are not connected.
C heck connecti ons i n control head and post-mounted
console.
No si gnal ai r to fi ber opti c
lamp control.
C heck for pi nched or restri cted tubi ng.
Faulty transformer.
C heck output for 22-23 VAC .
Faulty fi ber opti c control.
Fi ber opti c controls have a cali brati on range of 2.5 to 6.0
VD C . C heck for proper voltage accordi ng to the
handpi ece manufacturer's recommendati ons.
Faulty bulb.
Replace bulb.
No si gnal ai r to receptacles i n
the USC .
C heck for pi nched or restri cted tubi ng.
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Handpiece (continued)
Symptom
No coolant
water at any
handpiece
Possible Cause(s)
Solution
Coolant water adjustment
valve closed.
Turn valve counterclockwise to open valve.
Water toggle on foot control
is in the OFF position.
Flip toggle to the right for the ON position.
Water toggle on clean water Flip toggle to the ON position.
system is in OFF position.
Slide clamp is in clamped
position.
Slide clamp so it moves freely on tubing.
Water bottle empty.
Fill water bottle.
Pressure too low on clean
water system.
Verify clean water system pressure gauge reads 40 PSI and
adjust accordingly.
Pinched or restricted tubing. Straighten or replace tubing.
Water
dribbles from
handpiece
while in
holder.
Water
dribbles from
handpiece
after foot
control is
released.
No coolant
air to
handpiece.
Faulty handpiece holder.
Repair or replace holder.
Pinched or restricted tubing
to holder.
Straighten or replace tubing.
Pinch valve diaphragm is
leaking.
Replace diaphragm.
Low air pressure.
Ensure air regulator gauge in floor box reads 80 PSI.
Low air pressure.
Ensure air regulator gauge in floor box reads 80 PSI.
Faulty water control valve.
Depress foot control then release. Remove black tubing
from water control valve. If dribble continues, replace valve.
Faulty water relay in foot
control.
Turn unit off. Open foot control and inspect water relay block.
If piston is not damaged and is moving freely, stretch the
spring. Reassemble and retry foot control.
Pinched or restricted tubing
from foot control.
Straighten or replace tubing.
Slide clamp is in clamped
position.
Reposition slide clamp so it moves freely on tubing.
Pinched or restricted tubing. Straighten or replace tubing.
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Simplicity® Magellan Unit
Delivery Head
Symptom
Unit will not
turn on.
Possible Cause(s)
Solution
No air to master switch.
Open stop valve in floor utility box.
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Check for pinched red 1/8" tubing in arms.
Faulty master switch.
Turn switch on and verify air flow.
Faulty air pilot valve.
Verify an air supply to top fitting of valve.
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If air is present at top fitting of valve, verify air to foot
control tubing. If no air at tubing, valve is defective.
Unit has no
electric
power.
Unit has no
air.
No water
(hand-piece
& syringe)
Air in coolant
water.
Water flush
fails to
operate.
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No building power.
Check main circuit supply.
Faulty electric switch.
Contact electrician.
Inproper outlet voltage.
Verify proper outlet voltage in USC.
Unit is not turned on.
Ensure master toggle valve is in ON position.
Air stop valve is closed.
Turn stop valve on and verify 80 PSI on air gauge.
Pinched air line.
Check for pinched or restricted 1/8" red tubing from floor
utility box to the master switch.
Faulty air pilot valve.
Check barbs for blockage. If none, replace valve.
Water toggle is in OFF position.
Place the CMU switch plate toggle in ON position.
No water in clean water bottle.
Fill bottle.
Pressure regulator not adjusted.
Ensure clean water system gauge reads 40 PSI.
No air to bottle water system.
Check for pinched or restricted airline.
Slide clamp is clamping line.
Move clamp to allow water flow through line.
Unit has not been purged.
Purge water lines. (See Page 23.)
Faulty water control valve.
If unit was purged, replace water control valve.
Water toggle is in OFF position. Place toggle in ON position.
No water in clean water bottle.
Fill clean water bottle.
Faulty water flush toggle valve.
If water is present at valve, but not flowing, replace valve.
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Cuspidor (Optional)
Symptom
Bowl rinse
has no water.
Possible Cause(s)
Stop valve closed.
Solution
Open stop valve inside USC compartment.
Pinched or restricted 1/4" green
Check for restrictions or obstructions and free
tubing from floor utility box to post- accordingly.
mounted console.
Water actuator valve in floor utility
box is not activated.
Verify unit master swich is turned ON.
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Verify regulator is open and pressure is at 40 PSI.
Bowl rinse button not working.
Verify air signal is present at the bowl rinse poppet
valve on the cuspidor when the bowl rinse button is
depressed.
Bowl rinse actuator valve in
cuspidor is not opening.
Verify air signal is present at actuator valve when
button is depressed.
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At actuator valve in cuspidor, check for water supply
from floor utility box. Also, ensure water passes
through the valve when the rinse button is depressed.
Bowl rinse
runs
continuously.
Water pressure is too high.
Set water pressure gauge at 40 PSI.
Bowl rinse actuator valve is stuck
open.
Check the valve in the cuspidor for air signal. If air is
present, check bowl rinse poppet valve. If air is not
present, replace actuator valve.
Bowl does not Restricted or pinched drain line.
drain or
drains slowly. Restricted or pinched vent line.
Examine drain line and free any obstructions.
No water
Cup fill button not working.
flows from cup
fill.
Check actuator valve in cuspidor for air signal at cup
fill actuator valve in post-mounted console when
button is depressed
Examine vent line and free any obstructions.
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Check for pinched airlines.
Cup fill actuator valve in cuspidor
is not open.
Verify air signal is present at actuator when cup fill
button is depressed. If air and water are present,
replace valve.
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Arm System
Symptom
Possible Cause(s)
Horizontal arms drift
left or right.
Unit is not properly leveled.
Solution
Verify unit is level. Also, verify arms are properly
seated. Adjust tension or set screws as needed.
Unit head is not level Pivot is not properly adjusted.
from front to back.
Remove end cap cover and adjust bolt as
necessary.
Adjustable arm does Improper adjustment.
not hold position.
With nothing on delivery head, adjust the bolt at
the rear of the flex arm so unit stays in place.
Faulty brake switch.
Make sure air is running through the brake toggle
when the brake is on.
No air to brake switch.
Ensure unit master toggle is in ON postion.
Service Instruction
If the problem is not addressed or cannot be isolated
by performing the suggested troubleshooting procedures, contact your local DentalEZ full-service dealership. (See Limited Warranty, Page 50.) Be prepared to
supply the following product information:
• Model Name
Model &
Serial
Number
Euro Style
Disposal of Equipment
• Model Number
• Serial Number
Disposal and Decommissioning of DentalEZ product
(Model and serial numbers found on the underside of
the delivery head chassis.)
• Date of Installation
Note: All local regulatory requirements for disposal
and decommissioning of equipment apply.
Electrical Salvage: Remove all circuit board and
electrical cabling for recycle as electrical salvage.
Model &
Serial
Number
Model &
Serial
Number
Traditional
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Metal Salvage: Remove all aluminum and steel
components for recycle as metal salvage.
Plastic Salvage: Remove all plastic components for
recycle as plastic salvage.
Biologically Contaminated Salvage: Cuspidor, waste
lines from the cuspidor, and the oral extraction lines
should be handled with precaution and disposed of
appropriately.
Non-Salvage Components: All other material
unsuitable for recycling should be disposed of
properly.
Section VIII Parts Lists/Diagrams
*1
2
Utility Service Center
#
*1
2
3
4
*5
*6
7
*8
*9
*10
11
12
13
*
Part/Kit Name
Water Actuator Valve
Stop Valve
Air Regulator
Air Pressure Gauge
Water Regulator
Water Pressure Gauge
Air Regulator Bowl_Watts
Water Regulator Bowl_Watts
Water & Air Regulator Repair Kit_Watts
Water Regulator Filter_Watts
Air Regulator Filter_Watts
Regulator Retainer_Watts
Poppet Valve
Water Regulator Gauge Repl. Kit_Watts
Air Regulator Gauge Repl. Kit_Watts
Part/Kit No.
3801-637
3800-960
3801-638
3800-534
3802-107
3800-533
3802-267
3802-268
3802-273
3802-270
3802-271
3802-272
3801-649
3802-269
3802-266
*5
3
4
*6
160
0
60
0
7
*Optional Equipment
*8
*9
14
*10 11
12
13
Pivot / Mounting Hardware
15
16
#
Part/Kit Name
Pivot Hardware Kit,
14
unit or light pole
15 Mount Cover, split
16 Mount Cover, one piece
Part/Kit No.
3801-866
3802-245
3802-244
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Simplicity® Magellan Unit
Power Module 300E (Optional)
#
1
2
3
4
5
Part/Kit Name
Part/Kit No.
6 Amp Breaker
.75 Amp Breaker
3 Amp Breaker, 115V PM
2 Amp Breaker, 220V PM
Air Electric Switch
115V PM, Replacement Kit
220V PM, Replacement Kit
115V PM for EverLight,
Replacement Kit
220V PM for EverLight,
Replacement Kit
3801-910
3801-909
3802-491
3802-492
3802-493
3802-487
3802-488
1
2
3
3802-489
4
3802-490
5
7
6
8
9
(Inside)
10
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#
Part/Kit Name
Part/Kit No.
6
7
8
9
10
6 Amp Breaker
8 Amp Breaker
3 Amp Breaker, 115V PM
2 Amp Breaker, 220V PM
Air Electric Switch
115V PM, Replacement Kit
220V PM, Replacement Kit
3801-910
3801-911
3802-491
3802-492
3800-453
3802-477
3802-478
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5
Simplicity Assistant's Arm (Optional)
#
1
2
2
4
4a
5
6
7
8
Part/Kit Name
Part/Kit No.
Instrument Holder
Touch Pad PCB
Touch Pad Cover
Switch, J Membrane
Switch, Simplicity Membrane
Li d
O-Ring
Solids Collector Trap (3)
Bottom Housing
4 4a
6
3801-710
3801-761
3801-708
3801-790
3802-356
3801-707
3801-720
3625-338
3801-709
7
3
2
8
1
12
Galaxy Assistant's Arm (Optional)
11
10
#
Part/Kit Name
Part/Kit No.
9
9a
10
11
12
13
14
Instrument Holder Housing
Instr. Housing w/elec. switches
Solids Collector Trap (3)
Li d
O-Ring
Inside Cover
Bottom Housing
3801-963
3802-327
3625-338
3801-964
3801-720
3801-965
3801-966
9 9a
14
13
15
16
17
Fixed/Adjustable Arm
#
Part/Kit Name
15 End Cap for Flex Arm
16 Pivot Cap for Flex Arm
17 Lower Cover for Flex Arm
Part/Kit No.
3802-222
3802-223
3802-224
16
15
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Simplicity® Magellan Unit
2 11
3
11
5a 5b
12
4
1
8 10
7
6
9
Simplicity Cuspidor (Optional)
#
1
2
3
4
5a
5b
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
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Part/Kit Name
Strainer
Cup Fill Spout
Bowl Rinse Spout
Cover
Cup Fill Valve, 3-way
Bowl Rinse Valve, 2-way
Actuator Valve
Time Adjustment Valve
Cuspidor Bowl
O-ring, Drain Tube
O-rings, Bowl
O-rings, Spout
Cup Fill Screen
Installation, Operation and Care Manual
Part/Kit No.
3801-205
3802-003
3802-010
3802-017
3802-199
3802-200
3801-189
3801-615
3801-211
3801-849
3801-212
3802-016
3802-241
Section VIII Parts Lists/Diagrams
4
3
5
7
2
1
6
Galaxy Cuspidor (Optional)
#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Part/Kit Name
Push Button Valve
Cuspidor Bowl
Drain Strainer
Bowl Rinse Spout
Cup Fill Spout
Flow Control Valve
Air Control Valve
Part/Kit No.
3802-348
3802-406
3802-407
3802-408
3802-409
3802-410
3802-411
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Simplicity® Magellan Unit
1
12
11
2
10
3
9
4
8
6
7 7a
5
Simplicity Delivery Head
#
Part/Kit Name
1 Top Cover
3802-383
2 Flush Toggle
3802-064
3 Coolant Water Adjustment Valve
3801-922
4 Brake Release Toggle
3801-960
5 Handpiece Holder, Automatic
3801-696
6 Handpiece Holder, Universal
Repair Kit for Control Block,
7
1.25" x 3.25"
Repair Kit for Control Block,
7a
1.5" x 2.63"
8 Oil Collector Kit
9 Air Gauge
10 Master On/Off Switch
11 Water Control Valve
12 Lid Thumb Screw
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Part/Kit No.
3801-697
3802-324
3802-386
3802-211
3802-385
3802-063
3800-417
3802-387
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Touch Pads
#
Part/Kit Name
For Simplicty Chair
For 3 Function Chair
For 2 Function Chair
Part/Kit No.
3802-265
3801-759
3801-824
Section VIII Parts Lists/Diagrams
17
13
12 12a 12b 12c
10 10a
4
14
7
18
2
19
11
3
6
1
5
16
15
8
9
Galaxy Delivery Head
#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
10a
Part/Kit Name
Brake Button, Brake Valve
Master ON/OFF Toggle
Flush Toggle
Air Pressure Gauge
Water Control Valve
Handpiece Holder, Automatic
Handpiece Holder Plug
Oil Collector, Filter, Screws
Coolant Water Adjustment Valve
Front Face Overlay
Electric Handpiece Overlay
Part/Kit No.
3802-249
3802-063
3802-064
3801-695
3800-417
3802-209
3802-210
3802-211
3801-922
3801-983
3801-984
#
Part/Kit Name
Part/Kit No.
11
12
12a
12b
12c
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Touch Pad Circuit Board
Touch Pad, Blank
Touch Pad, 2 Function
Touch Pad, 3 Function
Touch Pad, 2 Function, Simplicity
Swing Tray Package
Electric Handpiece Circuit Board
Handpiece Actuator Valve
Coolant Air Adjustment Valve
Swing Tray Plug
Lid Replacement
Instrument Holder Insert
3801-763
3802-135
3802-136
3802-137
3802-250
3625-703
3801-990
3802-014
3801-922
3802-212
3802-304
3802-346
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20
Simplicity® Magellan Unit
14
1 1a 1b
6
25
19
3
10 11 12 13
15
9
23
7
2a
16
8
4
17
21 26
2
18
24
5
22
Euro-Style Delivery Head
#
1
1a
1b
2
2a
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
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Part/Kit Name
Touch Pad, blank
Touch Pad, 2 Function
Touch Pad, 3 Function
Front Face Overlay
Electric Handpiece Control Overlay
Air Pressure Gauge
Electric Handpiece Circuit Board
Coolant Water Adjustment Valve
Actuator Valve
Water Control Valve
Master On/Off Toggle
Electric Handpiece Control Block
Whip Arm
Handpiece Tubing, Standard
Part/Kit No.
3802-135
3802-136
3802-137
3801-983
3801-984
3802-138
3801-990
3801-922
3801-591
3800-417
3802-063
3801-990
3802-139
3802-140
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13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
Handpiece Tubing, Fiber Optic
Handpiece Tubing, Syringe
Top Cover with Hinge
Touch Pad Circuit Board
Flush Valve
Oil Collector Cover & Filter
Swing Out Tray
Extension Spring
Handpiece Holder Tool Rest
Brake Paddle Assembly
Coolant Air Adjustment Valve
Clamp, Wire Tie
Shuttle Valve
Block Assembly/Whip
Actuator Handle
3802-141
3802-142
3802-143
3801-763
3802-064
3801-829
3802-144
3802-145
3802-146
3802-147
3801-922
3802-148
3801-585
3802-149
3802-147
Section VIII Parts Lists/Diagrams
2
3
Manifold
1
#
Part/Kit Name
1 Diaphragm Repair Kit
2 Manifold Assembly, 4 HP, w/o lockout
3 Manifold Assembly, 3 HP, w/o lockout
Part/Kit No.
3800-749
3802-218
3802-219
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*3
5
4
Clean Water System
# Clean Water
Part/KitSystem
Name
Part/Kit No.
(Optional)
1 Water Bottle
3802-182
2 Water Bottle Gauge
3802-115
* 3 City/Bottle Toggle
3802-116
4 Bottle ON/OFF Toggle
3802-117
5 Regulator Assembly
3802-118
6 Water Bottle Gasket
3802-342
Water Bottle, Complete Assembly 3625-719
2
6
* Optional Equipment
1
8
9
7
Foot Control
10
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#
Part/Kit Name
Part/Kit No.
7
8
9
10
Drive Air Repair Kit
Wet/Dry Toggle Valve
Chip Air Valve
Shuttle Valve Kit
Foot Control Complete
3802-195
3802-196
3802-197
3801-585
3801-706
Section VIII Parts Lists/Diagrams
1
Air/Water Syringe
#
Part/Kit Name
1 Cartridges
2 Syringe Tip Kit
3 O-Rings (Complete Set)
Part/Kit No.
3802-203
3802-205
3658-420
2
3
Saliva Ejector Nozzle
HVE Nozzle
#
Part/Kit Name
Part/Kit No.
HVE Repair Kit
Full Replacement Parts Kit
3802-154
3801-927
#
Part/Kit Name
Part/Kit No.
SE Repair Kit
Full Replacement Parts Kit
3802-153
3801-926
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Limited Warranty
Simplicity® Magellan Unit
DentalEZ Group
DentalEZ Equipment Division
Simplicity® Magellan Unit
The DentalEZ Group and its employees are proud of the products we provide to the dental community. We stand behind
these products with a warranty against defects in material and workmanship as provided below.
In the event that you experience difficulty with the application or operation of any of our products, please contact our
Technical Service Department at our expense at 1-866-DTE-INFO (1-866-383-4636).
If we cannot resolve the issue by telephone, we will arrange for a representative to contact you or suggest that the product be
repaired by a dealer service technician.
If product repair or return is required, we will provide you with a Return Authorization number and shipping instructions to return the product to the proper facility. If the product is under warranty, we will ask you to provide proof of
purchase, such as a copy of your invoice. Please be sure to include the Return Authorization number on the package
you are returning. Products returned without a Retur n Authorization number cannot be repaired.
Freight costs for product returns are the responsibility of the customer. Products under warranty will be repaired or replaced
at our sole discretion and returned at our expense. Products outside the warranty limits will be repaired and returned with
costs invoiced to the customer. We are not responsible for shipping damages. We will, however, help you file a claim with the
freight carrier. Written repair estimates are available.
DentalEZ warrants the Simplicity Magellan Chair Mounted Unit to be free of defects in material and workmanship, under
normal usage for a period of three (3) years from the date of installation*, with the exception of the following items which
are covered under this warranty for a period of one (1) year from the date of installation:*
• Tubings and Fittings
• Wiring
• Syringe
• Instrument Holder Insert (Galaxy Head)
• Handpiece Tubings
• Cup Fill and Bowl Rinse Spouts
• High Volume Evacuator Valves
and Saliva Ejector Valves
Please note the following additional terms of our warranty and return policy:
• Warranties cover manufacturing defects only and do not cover defects resulting from abuse, improper handling,
cleaning, care or maintenance, normal wear and tear or non-observance of operating, maintenance or installation
instructions. Failure to use authorized parts or an authorized repair facility voids this warranty.
• Liability is limited to repair or replacement of the defective product at our sole discretion. All other liabilities,
in particular liability for damages, including, without limitation, consequential or incidental damages are
excluded.
• THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. NO
EMPLOYEE, REPRESENTATIVE OR DEALER IS AUTHORIZED TO CHANGE THIS WARRANTY IN
ANY WAY OR TO GRANT ANY OTHER WARRANTY.
WARRANTY REPAIRS: Parts repaired or replaced on a product that is in warranty will be warranted for the duration of
that product's original warranty.
NON-WARRANTY REPAIRS: The warranty on parts either repaired or replaced on an out-of-warranty product will cover
the repaired part only and will be for the time frame of a new parts warranty period.
PRODUCT RETURN: Opened products or product returns more than a year old cannot be returned for credit. There will
be a 15% ($25.00 minimum) restocking charge on all items authorized for return.
* Provided conditions defined in the Installation, Operation and Care Manual are met.
DentalEZ, Simplicity, J-V Generation, J-Chair and Makes Your Practice Perfect are registered trademarks of DentalEZ, Inc. NuSimplicity is a trademark
of DentalEZ, Inc. SlugBuster is a trademark RAMVAC Dental Products, Inc.
© DentalEZ Alabama, Inc., 2014
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EMC Information
— WARNING —
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Use only replacement cables listed in Parts Section. Other cables and
accessories may negatively affect EMC performance.
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When the Simplicity Magellan is used adjacent to other equipment,
observe the unit to verify normal operation.
Table 1
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration - electromagnetic emissions
The Simplicity Magellan Unit is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified
below. The customer or the user of the Magellan Unit should assure that it is used in such an
environment.
Emissions test
Compliance
Electromagnetic environment – guidance
RF emissions
Group 1
CISPR 11
RF Emissions
Class A
CISPR 11
Harmonic
emissions
IEC 61000-3-2
Voltage
fluctuations/flicker
emissions
The Simplicity uses RF energy only for its internal
function. Therefore, its RF emissions are very low and
are not likely to cause any interference in nearby
electronic equipment.
The Simplicity Magellan is suitable for use in all
establishments, other than domestic establishments
and those directly connected to the public low-voltage
power supply network that supplies buildings used for
domestic purposes.
Not Applicable
Class A,
Not Applicable
Class A
IEC 61000-3-3
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Table 2
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration – electromagnetic immunity
The Simplicity Magellan is intended for use in the electromagnet environment specified below. The
customer or the end user of the Magellan should assure that it is used in such an environment.
IEC 60601
Electromagnetic environment
Immunity test
Compliance level
Test level
- guidance
Floors should be wood,
Electromagnetic +6 kV contact
+6 kV contact
concrete or ceramic tile. If
discharge (ESD)
floors are covered with
+8 kV air
+8 kV air
synthetic material, the
IEC 61000-4-2
relative humidity should be at
least 30 %.
Mains power quality should
Electrical fast
+2 kV for power
+2 kV for power
be that of a typical
transient/burst
supply lines
supply lines
commercial or hospital
environment.
IEC 61000-4-4
+1 kV for input/output +1 kV for input/output
lines
lines
Surge
+1 kV differential
mode
+1 kV differential
mode
+2 kV common mode
+2 kV common mode
<5 % UT
(>95 % dip in UT)
for 0.5 cycle
<5 % UT
(>95 % dip in UT)
for 0.5 cycle
40 % UT
(60 % dip in UT)
for 5 cycles
40 % UT
(60 % dip in UT)
for 5 cycles
70 % UT
(30 % dip in UT)
for 25 cycles
70 % UT
(30 % dip in UT)
for 25 cycles
<5 % UT
(>95 % dip in UT)
<5 % UT
(>95 % dip in UT)
for 5 sec
for 5 sec
3 A/m
3 A/m
IEC 61000-4-5
Voltage dips,
short
interruptions and
voltage
variations on
power supply
input lines
IEC 61000-4-11
Power frequency
(50/60 Hz)
magnetic field
IEC 61000-4-8
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Mains power quality should
be that of a typical
commercial or hospital
environment.
Mains power quality should
be that of a typical
commercial or hospital
environment. If the user of
the Magellan requires
continued operation during
power mains interruptions, it
is recommended that the
Magellan be powered from
an uninterruptible power
supply or a battery.
Power frequency magnetic
fields should be at levels
characteristic of a typical
location in a typical
commercial or hospital
environment.
EMC Information
Table 4
Recommended separation distance between
Portable and mobile RF communications equipment and the model @ 3Vrms
The Simplicity Magellan Unit is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF
disturbances are controlled. The customer or the user of the CMU can help prevent
electromagnetic interference by maintaining a minimum distance between portable and mobile RF
communications equipment (transmitters) and the Magellan as recommended below, according to the
maximum output power of the communications equipment.
Separation distance according to frequency of transmitter m
Rated maximum output
power of transmitter W
150 kHz to 80 MHz
d
0.01
0.1
1
10
100
ª 3.5 º
« » P
¬ v1 ¼
0.12
0.34
1.7
3.7
11.7
80 MHz to 800 MHz
d
ª 3.5 º
« » P
¬ E1 ¼
0.12
0.34
1.7
3.7
11.7
800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
d
ª7º
« » P
¬ E1 ¼
0.23
0.74
2.3
7.4
23.3
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 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 1:These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by
absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.
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Table 6
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration - electromagnetic emissions
The Simplicity Magellan Unit is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The
customer or the user of the Magellan should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Immunity test
IEC 60601
Compliance
Electromagnetic environment - guidance
Test level
Level
Portable and mobile RF communications equipment
should be used no closer to any part of the Simplicity
Magellan including cables, than the Recommended
separation distance calculated from the equation
applicable to the frequency of the transmitter.
Radiated RF
3 V/m
IEC 61000-4-3
80MHz to 2.5
GHz
d = 1.7 —P 80 MHz to 800 MHz
3 V/m
d = 2.3 —P 800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
3 Vrms
d = [3.5/V1] —P
Conducted RF
IEC 61000-4-6
150 kHz to 80
MHz
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, should be less than
the compliance level in each frequency range.
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 Simplicity Magellan Unit
is used exceeds the applicable RF compliance level above, the Magellan should be observed to verify normal
operation. If abnormal performance is observed, additional measures may be necessary, such as reorienting or
relocating the Magellan Unit.
b
Over the frequency range 150 kHz to 80 MHz, field strengths should be less than 3 V/m.
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DELIVERY
HEAD
*
*
WIRE ASSY, FIBER OPTICS (BLACK & WHITE)
CHAIR
POLE
Simplicity ®
Magellan Unit
*
WATER ADJUSTMENT
3
2
1
WIRE ASSY, SCALER OR CURING LIGHT (BLUE & GRAY)
1/8" GREEN (COOLANT WATER)
1/8" ORANGE (FROM BRAKE)
BRAKE
1/8" YELLOW (SIGNAL AIR)
1/8" RED
1/8" BLUE (COOLANT AIR)
1/8" BLACK (SIGNAL AIR)
1/4" RED (DRIVE AIR)
1/8" CLEAR
Tubing Diagram
COLOR CODE
RED = AIR
YELLOW = SIGNAL AIR (MASTER)
BLUE = COOLANT AIR
ORANGE = AIR
GREEN = WATER
BLACK = SIGNAL AIR (COOLANT WATER)
GRAY = VACUUM
CLEAR (PURPLE) = WATER OR DRAIN
1/8" YELLOW
*
WATER BOTTLE
SWITCH
1/8" TWIN
STERLING
HANDPIECE
HOLDER
WATER
RETRACTION
VALVE
WATER PRESSURE
ADJUSTMENT VALVE
WATER SUPPLY
SELECTOR SWITCH
LEGEND
BRAKE
SWITCH
ADJUST VALVE
TO SET GAUGE
AT 40 PSI
1/8" TWIN
STERLING
GAUGE
MANIFOLD
ASSEMBLY
1/4" CLEAR
SYRINGE
AIR
WATER
WATER
*OUTLET
VACUUM
WATER
BOTTLE
*OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
FLUSH
VALVE
MANIFOLD
BLOCK
PINCH
*VALVE
REAR
ASSISTANT'S
HEAD
1/4" CLEAR
*
1/4" RED
UTILITY SERVICE
CENTER
5/8" SPIRALOCK
1/4" RED
1/4" RED
POWER
*WATER
STOP *
MODULE
5/8" X 5/8"
CONNECTOR
1/8" BLUE
SOLIDS
COLLECTOR
HIGH VOLUME
EVACUATOR
UMBILICAL
ASSEMBLY
AIR FILTER
REGULATOR- 80 PSI
AIR
STOP
0
SALIVA
EJECTOR
1/2" ID STERLING
4
*
60
PLUGGED PORT
1/8" BLACK
1
WATER FILTER
REGULATOR- 40 PSI
1/8" TWIN STERLING
SYRINGE
1/8" YELLOW
3
2
0
AIR
OUTLET
1/8" CLEAR
FOOT
CONTROL
MASTER
SWITCH
160
SUPPLY
W
PILOT
VALVE
1/8" RED
1/4" RED
1/8" YELLOW
1/4" GREEN
5/8" SPIRALOCK
VACUUM
PN: 2662-284B
*
DELIVERY
HEAD
FLUSH
VALVE
WIRE ASSY, FIBER OPTICS (BLACK & WHITE)
Galaxy ®
Magellan Unit
*
*
CHIP AIR
ADJUSTMENT
WIRE ASSY, SCALER OR CURING LIGHT (BLUE & GRAY)
CHAIR
POLE
Tubing Diagram
COLOR CODE
RED = AIR
YELLOW = SIGNAL AIR (MASTER)
BLUE = COOLANT AIR
ORANGE = AIR
GREEN = WATER
BLACK = SIGNAL AIR (COOLANT WATER)
GRAY = VACUUM
GREIGE = VENT
CLEAR (PURPLE) = WATER OR DRAIN
BRAKE
1/8" YELLOW
1/8" GREEN (COOLANT WATER)
1/8" ORANGE (FROM BRAKE)
BRAKE
1/8" YELLOW (SIGNAL AIR)
1/8" RED
1/8" BLUE (COOLANT AIR)
1/8" BLACK (SIGNAL AIR)
1/4" RED (DRIVE AIR)
1/8" CLEAR
WATER PRESSURE
ADJUSTMENT VALVE
WATER SUPPLY
*SELECTOR
SWITCH
WATER
RETRACTION
VALVE
WATER
ADJUSTMENT
3
2
1
ADJUST VALVE
TO SET GAUGE
AT 40 PSI
WATER BOTTLE
SWITCH
1
1
MANIFOLD
LEGEND
MANIFOLD
ASSEMBLY
1/4" CLEAR
WATER
*OUTLET
AIR
WATER
PINCH
*VALVE
MANIFOLD
BLOCK
1/4" CLEAR
*
1/4" RED
3
1/8" BLACK
2
1
UTILITY SERVICE
CENTER
4
*
WATER FILTER
REGULATOR- 40 PSI
0
60
*
WATER
STOP
*
POWER
MODULE
1/4" RED
1/4" RED
1/8" BLUE
AIR FILTER
REGULATOR- 80 PSI
AIR
STOP
0
5/8" X 5/8"
CONNECTOR
CUSPIDOR/
*ASSISTANT'S
1/8" RED
1/4" GREEN
1/4" CLEAR
5/16" GREIGE (VENT)
3/4" CLEAR (DRAIN)
1/8" RED
1/4" RED
1/8" YELLOW
CONNECTORS
SYRINGE
3
SOLIDS
COLLECTOR
1
1
HANDPIECE
HOLDERS
1/2" ID STERLING
*
CUSPIDOR
(FOR J AND JV CHAIRS ONLY)
HIGH VOLUME
EVACUATOR
ARM
NEEDLE VALVE
CUP FILL
PINCH
VALVE
2
2
SALIVA
EJECTOR
PLUGGED PORT
1/8" CLEAR
SUPPLY
PILOT
VALVE
UMBILICAL
ASSEMBLY
1/8" TWIN
STERLING
3
1/8" TWIN STERLING
SYRINGE
5/8" SPIRALOCK
160
W
1/4" CLEAR
FOOT
CONTROL
AIR
OUTLET
MANIFOLD
(HANDPIECE DETAIL)
1/8" TWIN STERLING
*ASSISTANT'S
HEAD
AIR CHAMBER
1/8" BLACK
*OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
MASTER
SWITCH
WATER
BOTTLE
VACUUM
AIR
GAUGE
1/4" CLEAR
BOWL
RINSE
NEEDLE
VALVE
AIR CHAMBER
PINCH
VALVE
CUP FILL
ACTUATOR
ACTUATOR
VALVE
BOWL RINSE
ACTUATOR
ACTUATOR
VALVE
1/4" GREEN
1/4" CLEAR
1/4" GREEN
VACUUM
VENT
5/8" SPIRALOCK
GRAVITY
DRAIN
CONNECTORS
3/4" GRAY
SPIRAL DRAIN
PN: 2662-283B
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April, 2014
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