olympus clv-u20 evis universal light source

olympus clv-u20 evis universal light source
OLYMPUS CLV-U20
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The user of this equipment should be thoroughly trained in the applicable procedure.
Furthermore, failure to read and thoroughly understand the contents of this instruction
manual may result in serious injury to the patient and/or user. It is essential to follow
the instructions contained in this and other manuals which pertain to any equipment
and accessories used in conjunction with this equipment. Possible injuries related
to endoscopic procedures may include electric shock, explosion, burns, perforation,
hemorrhage, etc.
Fai/ure to follow these instructions may also result in damage to and/or malfunction
of this equipment.
CAUTION
Federal (USA) law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician,
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The Olympus CLV~U20 has been designed for endoscopic diagnosis, treatment and photo documentation in
conjunction with Olympus endoscopes, accessories and other ancillary equipments. Do not use the instrument
for any purpose other than its intended application.
Please read this entire manual carefully before using the instrument. It contains pertinent information on the
proper care and handling of your videoscope. Although videoscopes by nature are delicate instruments, proper
handling and cleaning, as described in this manual, will greatly reduce the need for costly repair and maximize
the life of your new instrument.
This manual describes the recommended procedures for preparing and inspecting the equipment prior to use.
It does not describe how an actual procedure is to be performed in detail. Nor does it attempt to acquaint a
beginner with endoscopic technique and the medical aspects of endoscopy. This instrument should be used
only by physicians who have received thorough previous training in the art of endoscopy.
The safety and performance of an endoscopic system depends not only on the endoscope but also on any
ancillary equipment used with it. Safety precautions must be exercised when handling electrical equipment
to prevent operator/patient shock.
If you have any questions concerning the material contained in this manual or concerning the operation or
safety of the equipment, please contact your Olympus representative or the nearest Olympus office.
SAFETY SYMBOLS
Replace the Lamp and Filter-2 following the instructions (Section 9-1 Replacement of Lamps;
9-2 Replacement of Filter-2l.
The lamp and heat sinks are extremely hot immediately after use. Allow sufficient time for
them to be cooled before lamp replacement.
CONTENTS
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FEATURES AND MAIN SPECIFICATIONS
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1-1
1-2
1-3
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Features
Main Specifications
Safety Precaution
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DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS
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CONSTRUCTION
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STANDARD SET
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PREPARATION FOR USE
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5-1
5-2
5-3
5-4
5-5
5-6
5-7
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Installation of the Light Source
Connection to AC Mains Supply..................................................................................
Preparation of the Videoscope
Preparation for Air Feeding/Water Feeding and Suction
Connecting the Endoscope to the Light Source
Preparation for Still Photography................................................................................
Preparation for Cinematography, CCTV and Polaroid Photography........................
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OPERATING THE LIGHT SOURCE
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7-1
7-2
7-3
7-4
7-5
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INSPECTION OF ENDOSCOPIC SYSTEM
Use in Combination with the Videoscope
With Fiberscope
With Rigid Scopes
Cinematography and CCTV
After Use
CARE AND STORAGE
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8-1
8-2
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Care after Use
Storage
MAINTENANCE
9-1
9-2
9-3
9-4
9-5
Replacement of Lamps
Replacement of Filter·2
Resetting the Circuit Breaker
Cleaning the Ventilation Grills
Periodic Inspection
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
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ENDOSCOPIC SYSTEM CHART (EVIS/OES SYSTEMS)
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11-1
11-2
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OES System Chart
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1. By use of the mode selector, the instrument serves as a possible and universal light source
for OES-fiberscopes, Olympus rigid scopes for EVIS 100 System (instantaneous single-plate
color chip system), and for EVIS 200 System (sequencing system).
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scope point can be checked by the transillumination function.
3 When using EVIS 100 or EVIS 200 system, by use of the Foot Switch, the anc'illary equipments
can be released.
4. Combined with OES fiberscope, SC16-10 and rigid scope and SC16-10R, the following
advantages can be offered.
• Photographs under stable exposure can be taken in short distances.
• Date is visible in the viewfinder and imprinted on film.
• Remote shutter release using a foot switch frees the endoscopist from finger-tip shutter
operation.
• Indicators in the camera's viewfinder predict exposure level before taking photographs and
the exposure level is given when taking photographs.
5. 1.5 times the flash output of the maximum illumination intensity of the light source is
available.
6. Flat switches and display panel can be easily wiped clean.
7. An emergency lamp turns on instantly if the Xenon lamp burns out, to provide illumination
bright enough for endoscope withdrawal. A light on the front panel indicates at a glance if
the emergency lamp is not installed, is installed improperly or is burned out, or is lighting
instead of the Xenon lamp.
8. Air feeding pressure can be adjusted in three levels.
9. With no scope and even when Xenon lamp illuminates, illumination light automatically dims
to prevent dazzling and the air feeding pump simultaneously stops.
10. Combined with function expansion devices (under development), light source can be more
functionated.
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Lamp life
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Exposure decreases from INDEX NUMBER "Full" to "5".
Auto/Manual; time control by light source shutter
Exposure control
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Exposure light amount
Flash output (approx. 1.5 times visual light output)
Shutter speed
1/4 to 1/100 sec.
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Auto exposure sensitivity setting
1 sec.
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to "5" (or from "+2" to "-2") with 1/2 EV per step.
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less than 0.5 kgflcm' (at flow rate 0)
Medium: more than 1.6 £ Imin. (at 0.09 kgf/cm 2 )
0.075 - 0.15 kgf/cm' (at flow rate 0)
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At "HIGH" the pressure is equivalent to that avai!able by the other light
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Memorization of selected setting
Selected setting are retained even when the light source is switched
off, by internal battery.
Available types
Videoscope (EVIS 100/200) OES fiberscope, Rigid scopes OES Ultra
thin fibers copes with rigid scope type eyepiece or fibers copes for
ultrasonic survey (GF-UM3, GF-UM20, JF-UM3, CF-UM3), OSF, OGF
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Type of protection against electric shock
Classification
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Degree of protection against electric shock
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(endoscopes) to prevent operator/patient shock. Endoscopes and cameras to be used with it
should not be grounded in order to prevent shocks which may be caused by leakage current
from other electrical apparatus applied to the patient The endoscopist should wear rubber
gloves as an added precaution.
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2. Electrosurgical equipment whose safety in linked usage is not guaranteed.
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Exposure Sensitivity Selector
Press to set exposure
sensitivity.
Mode Selector
Press to set AUTO or MANUAL
for stili photographs Including
polaroid.
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Air Regulator
Output Connector
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Press to adjust airflow pressure.
Transmits light, electrical
signals and air through the
endoscope.
"non".
With a special-purpose filter {optional) for
visual observation and photography, press
"filter-2" to give the illumination of "filter2".
"fllter-2" Is attached with a light
cutting filter {when Installed) and can
be replaced with a special-purpose
filter on request.
With EVIS 200 System, "filter-1"
cannot be used.
AUTO/MANUAL Exposure Selector
Press one of the push-buttons
indicating system names to
select one system.
Filter Switch
Each press to select "filter-1 ", "filter-2" and
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Lamp Life Meter
Power Switch
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power switch to turn on power
source and the power switch
indicator turns on simultaneously.
Lamp Ignition Switch
Press to turn on Xenon lamp.
Press to turn 0 N the transillumination indicator.
The light from the endoscope
becomes brighter for 9
seconds and automatically
return.
With EVIS 200 system,
the images on the monitor get over-exposed in
black or white.
The illumination returns
to the original level shortly after pressing the
switch again while using
transillumination.
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IGNITION
Indicates cumulative working
hours {approx.) of Xenon lamp.
Connector for Rigid
Scope's Camera Cord
Connects with the camera
cord for SC35 and SC16-10R.
Footswith Connector
Connects with a foot release
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AUTO/MANUAL Brightness Selector
Press to set "AUTO/MANUAL" of
brightness.
For other combinations than CINE/
TV, "MANUAL" should be selected to
avoid thermal mucosal damage as
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also the minimum necessary light
level.
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selector is automatically set to
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while at MANUAL. At AUTO, a single
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sensitivity setting.
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Handle
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access cover is used.
Circuit Breaker
Protects the light source and the
power source in hospital facilities
in an emergency.
Please use circuit breakers
(15A~20A) for
hospital
facilities.
Lamp access cover
Opens to allow replacement of Xenon lamp,
emergency lamp and
filter-2.
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Cord Hanger
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Installation of the Light Source
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@ Place the light source on a stable surface in a horizontal position.
Ventilation must not be blocked.
Ensure the stability of the cart when the light source is placed on it.
Do not use the side handle of the light source as a foot support.
Please refer also to the instruction manuals for TC-Vl, CV-l00 and CV-200 when
setting to TC-Vl (Compact Video Trolleyl.
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processor.
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outlet that meets the input requirements indicated on the ratings plate on the rear panel of
the light source.
Power switch should be in the "OFF"
position.
Always connect the power cord
properly to the "HOSPITAL
GRADE" receptacle or the wall
mains outlet.
@ The power-cord plug must be connected to a grounded hospital grade outlet or a wall rna-Ins
outlet 13-cord outletl.
Do not use converter adapter from three pin power plug to two pin power plug for
safety precautions.
Connect the light source directly to hospital grade receptable or wall mains outlet
without connecting to table tap for safety.
Firmly set power cord during inspection. Do not apply excess force to power cord by
bending, pulling, twisting and pressing.
When combined with TC-V1 (compact video trolley), do not connect the power cord
of light source to the secondary outlet of TC-V1 to prevent malfunction due to the
subsequent power voltage lowering. Be sure to connect the power cord directly to
hospital grade receptacle.
Refer also to the instruction manuals for combined instruments being used.
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Videos cope, Compact Video Trolley, and EVIS Video System Center CV-l00/CV-200,
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option) between the 'light source' connector on the back of the CV-100/200, and the 'CV100/200' connector on the back of the light source.
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CD When water feeding is needed, fill the container approximately 2/3 full with clean water,
Tighten the cap securely and then hand the container on the container receiver.
Change the water daily,
Use only clean water (distilled or sterile) to prevent clogging of the water channel.
If a poor connection with the scope has caused water to spill onto the equipment,
wipe it completely dry with a soft cloth, etc.
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Vide,osCO!lle Cc,nne[:tion
CD Turn OFF the light source.
(2) Turn OFF the EVIS Video System Center ICV-l00/2001.
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@ Attach the videoscope cable to the electical connector.
Videoscope cable
1. Align the dots on the cable and the scope, and push together firmly.
2. Rotate the ring of the videoscope cable while pushing the cable and the scope together
until a click is felt.
Be sure that the power switch of the EVIS Video System Center remains 'OFF' when
attaching or removing the videoscope cable. The CCO may be destroyed if power is
left 'ON' during attachment.
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[Connection of videoscopeJ
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or' fiberscope lfor ultrasonil:. surVE
CD Securely connect the scope into the scope socket until a click is felt.
II
Connection
CD Securely connect the light guide of the rigid scope into the scope socket.
[Connection of fiberscope]
Do not attach or detach the videoscope
cable with power ON.
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Refer also to the instruction manuals for endoscopes and photodocumentation equipment to
be used with the light source.
CD Refer to the following table.
Endoscope
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Fiberscope
Camera
X • FP contact
SC16-10
-
SC16-4
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SC35
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[Camera cord connection]
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Film
Shutter speed
-
No. 1610-0
-
No. 1604-0
Ektachrom !
(ISO/ASA 200)
1/4 sec.
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Filter switch
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SC16-3R
SC16-RR2
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SC35
X
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(Filter-1/2
indicator
not lighted.)
No. 1604-0
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0:
1/4 sec.
:
Ektachrom
IISO/ASA 400)
Il.
CD For rigid scope, camera cord (EC-26, 27 or 28) is plugged into rigid scope's camera connector
of light source.
(2) Foot release is plugged into the connector for foot release when necessary.
This application is only possible for the combination of OES fiberscope/SC16-10 and
rigid scope/SC16-10R.
*
15-7
Preparation for Cinematography,
ccrv and l'olaroid® Photography
Refer also to the instruction manuals for endoscopes, photography devices and OES TV
system (OTV-F2/S2) to be used with the light source.
CD For cinematography, refer to the endoscope instruction manual.
(2) For cinematography, prepare cine camera with a C-mount adapter (e.g. Baulieu 16R) and
daylight type film (lSO/ASA 160).
® For CCTV, refer to the OES TV System instruction manual.
@ For polaroid® photography, refer to the instruction manuals for photography instruments.
SCP-lO film is a high speed color film (TYPE 779 ISO/ASA 640).
6
Before each operation, the equipment should be inspected according to the following
procedure. Should the slightest irregularity or abnormality be suspected, do not use the
equipment; contact the Olympus service center.
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Turn ON the power switch: The power indicator and LED (Light-Emitting Diode) indicators on
the Iront panel light up and the cooling Ian will be heard.
If the light source does not show any sign of being activated, make sure the lamp
access cover is closed tightly. Then inspect the circuit breaker on the rear panel of
the light source accordihg to 9-3 Resetting the Circuit Breaker, page 30.
O~YM"U5
OCLV_U'O
*
Power switch
[Connection to power supply]
II
CD
Igniting the I ;,,~.~
Lamp access cover
Lamp access cover should
be. closed tightly,
{Caution when spare lamp is on.)
Make sure the pointer in the lamp life meter is positioned in the green zone.
If the pointer has reached the red zone, replace the lamp with a new one according
to 9-1 Replacement 01 Lamps, page 28.
*
Xenon lamp indicator
@ Press the Lamp Ignition switch and make sure the illumination light is transmitted through
the endoscope.
* If the Xenon
[Inspection of lamp-life meter]
lamp fails to ignite, the emergency lamp will automatically turn on,
along with the emergency lamp indicator (red) on the front panel. In such a case,
turn off the power switch and repeat Steps IIJ and B above. lithe Xenon lamp still
fails to ignite, replace the lamp with a new one.
* If
the emergency lamp indicator is lighted, replace lamp(s) referring to 10
Troubleshooting Guide, page 32.
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Endoscope
distal end
/
Illumination
(~ht
'5:
Inspection of turning on
and off alternatively
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CD EVIS 100/200 System is automatically set to "AUTO". Check the CINE. TV and the AUTO
indicators being lit.
@ For OES System, press the AUTO/MANUAL Brightness Selector. At each pressing, a peep
sounds and AUTO/MANUAL is switched alternately. Check the CINE. TV indicator at AUTO
and the Illumination Light at MANUAL being illuminated and then is set to MANUAL.
If the CINE ·TV switch is pressed without connecting to TV camera, AUTO/MANUAL
Brightness Selector can function and the illumination light output may be minimized.
*
Q) Press the Brightness Control switch ,,,,, Ii",). At each pressing, a peep sounds and the LED
light goes up (downl one step with increased (decreasedl illumination light output.
Keep the switch depressed: the peep sounds continuously, and the LED light goes up
(down) sequentially with increasing (decreasing) light output until "MAX" ("MIN") is reached.
Once "MAX" ("MIN") has been reached, pressing the switch
) dose not cause
any further change.
If the endoscope is disconnected, the LED indicator light will still change as described
above, but the actual output brightness remains at a low level until the endoscope is
*
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connected.
* The
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switch should not be pressed with a pointed or hard object since this will
damage the rubber covering.
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lAdjustment of output intensity]
(2) Press the air Regulator switch: A peep sounds, and the LED indicators turn on sequentially.
Air flow rate (identifiable by bubble amounts when the air/water valve on the fiberscope is
occluded, or by pump noise) varies with each setting.
The air pump does not operate when the endoscope is disconnected.
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Q) Set the pressure level to "HIGH" by pressing the switch. Make sure the water is emitted
through the distal end nozzle.
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[Adjustment of air feeding pressure)
Do not push the button with an edged
object.
EVIS Video System
CD
Connect the videos cope and the EVIS Video System Center by following their respective
instruction manuals.
Q) Use the mode selector to select the EVIS Video System to be used with.
@ The light control will display 'AUTO' automatically.
@) Test to see if the light coming from the light guide fiber at the distal end of the scope
becomes stronger, in relation to the distance between the scope and a viewed object. Also
check to see that the light from the fiber varies when the CINEfTV value is adjusted between
1 and 5 {with the distance to the viewed object held constant}.
Increase the distance
gradually.
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OES System
~~
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v
5-60mm
Connect the videoscope and turn on the lamp.
Q) Press the Transilliumination Switch, and confirm that the light becomes brighter, and then
returns to the original leve! approximately nine seconds later.
With EVIS 200 system, monitor images will become over-exposed in black and white.
When pressing the Transillumination Switch under transillumination, the light returns
to the origianl level.
[Inspection of the brightness!
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[Mounting the camera]
Check the indicator being
illuminated alternately.
The illumination light
gets brighter and is
automatically reset.
CD Attach an unloaded camera to the scope eyepiece by following the instruction with the
scope and camera.
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@ Test the operation of the ~ exposure control switch (a 'peep' should be heard), and then
set it to 'AUTO'.
When the mode switch is set to 1~6~1 or ~ , a flashing will be seen in the SC16-101
10R camera viewfinder, and photography will be impossible. When using a camera,
the mode switch must be set to~.
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[Transmitted illumination]
@ Selection of the photo sensitivity is made by referring to the endoscope and camera
combinations listed in the following table.
Illuminated
Endoscope
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Rigid
scope
OES
Camera
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0
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Repeat pressing exposure sensitivity selector:
ADJUST (compensation) LEDs turn on sequentially.
(Set the value desired: normally to "0".)
Shortly after pressing the selector, the exposure
sensitivity index will be illuminated. This is a
normal phenomenon.
When set to "+" indices, the exposure light
SC16-10
Auto exposure
(5C16-10 + QES fiberscope)
0
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*
SC16-lOR
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SC16-4
SCP-l0
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SC35
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(a camera other than 5C16-10 + DES
or non DES scope)
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SC16-3R
SC16-3R2
OM-1N
SC35
intensity becomes increased.
When set to "-" indices, the intensity becomes
decreased.
Repeat pressing exposure sensitivity selector:
INDEX LEDs turn on sequentially.
(Set the value desired.)
The smaller the index number, the greater
the amount of flash.
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Repeat pressing exposure sensitivity selector:
A !
I INDEX LED2 turn on sequentially_
N
F:= maximum exposure
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For each step increase of the index numA
ber, exposure decreases 50% of the previL
ous step.
*
Ul
* When the camera is not mounted on the endoscope, the "INDEX" indicators always
turn on.
the SC16-10/0ES fiberscope combination: the "INDEX" indicators turn on
momentarily, before the ADJUST indicators turn on: this is a normal phenomenon.
If the "INDEX" indicators turn on (instead of the ADJUST indicators) in the middle of
the procedure, check the individual components for correct connection.
* With
Manual exposure
{Shutter release inhibition}
Illuminated
...}~~':J'TV ~
"6 0
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Set to minimum light output
(j) Set the light level control switch to 'MANUAL', and adjust the light level to the minimum
position (dark).
@ Place the distal end of the scope near to a suitable object, and press the camera shutter or
foot switch release. The illumination should become strong for a moment, and then return to
the original state. A buzzer should also sound.
Do not press the shutter release while the buzzer is sounding, as uneven or no
exposure may result.
If nothing happens when the shutter release is pressed, disconnect all the connections,
and re-connect them securely.
*
*
Do not activate shutter release while buzzer
is sounding
[Setting of illumination light]
CD Verify that the length of the intensification of the illumination when the camera shutter
release is pressed varies with the distance, by testing with the distal end held at varying
distances (between 5 and 60 mm) from the view object.
@ Ensure that the length of the light emitting time becomes shorter when the sensitivity
switch is altered from +2 to -2 (or 1 to 5). and the distance is held constant.
If using combinations other than the OES fiberscopes and SC16-10, and rigid scopes
and the SC16-10R, images taken at short distances may be overexposed. If this
occurs, turn the filter switch 1 'ON'.
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5-60mm
[Inspection of auto exposure]
Set exposure sensitivity selector at
"AUTO".
@ If auto exposure is desired, set the exposure control switchs to 'AUTO' and use the settings listed
here.
Camera
Endoscop~
.
SC16-10
SC16-4! OM-1N/SC35-l
SC-P--1-0~~-S~C-16-10R[SC16-3~/3R2
OESscop~ [~~I-lt-y-P_~-. _s~~:~~A~D~J_O-U_-S~T~~_C~~_IN_~_E_X_-,-_IND3_EX_*_-+_IN_~_EX
Rigid
Scop~
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ADJUST
INDEX
3
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minus side (sensitivity: larger number). Underexposures must be corrected on the plus
side (sensitivity: smaller number).
® If manual exposures are desired, set the exposure control switch to 'MANAL', and set the sensitivity
constant as needed.
INDEX**
3
sync contact to X and 1/4
sync contact to X.
* The above table gives average values, but if the pictures are overexposed, correct to the
2:
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Illuminated
• Set ADJUST (compensation) display to "0" by pressing the Exposure Sensitivity Selector.
• Change the distance between the fiberscope's or the rigid scope's distal tip and a white
piece of paper. Make sure the display on the front panel as well as in the camera's viewfinder
changes as illustrated below.
[Setting of exposure sensitivity
condition]
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Underexposure
Change the distance.
.ry5-60mm
FAR
Slightly under
Correct
Slightly over
Overexposure
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NEAR
Distance between endoscope's distal end and the object
[Confirmation of exposure level]
* With
*
*
dark objects or small-calibre (low flash level) fiberscope, A indicator may
sometimes not turn on. Conversely, in a bright endoscopy room, V indicator may
fail to turn on.
In case the compensation value other than "0", the compensation signal (orange)
will be illuminated with camera's viewfinder.
Above displays represent only the exposure levels at ADJUST "0" (no compensation)
setting, and are not applicable when compensation has been made (in which case
the compensation signal blinks in the camera's viewfinder),
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Mount the cine camera or TV camera onto the endoscope eyepiece section.
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(2) Using the AUTO/MANUAL Brightness Selector, set the light source to AUTO: CINE.TV LEDs
turn on.
On MANUAL mode, the light output intensity is kept constant and does not change
automatically responding to the changs in the object distance.
[Mounting of TV camera]
*
Cine
camera
~
Connection of Cine camera
to the adapter
•
2
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f-
(j)
>-
(j)
@ Move the endoscope distal end away fom the object Make sure that the farther away the
distal end from the object, the stronger the light transmitted through the distal end becomes.
Next, keeping the object distance constant, change the exposure level sequentially from "1"
to "5": the light Intensity should decrease.
In electrosurgery, incorrect exposure may sometimes result due to high frequency
noise. For taking photographs, set several Cine and TV indices to take photographs.
*
Increase the distance
gradually.
~5_60mm
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7
This section outlines a genral procedure for endoscopy. The endoscopist should carefully
evaluate the clinical factors involved and decide the technical details of the procedure.
7-1 Use zn Combination with the Videoscope
D
Obs~lrvati(m COlndition
Set the mode selector to 1~6~lor ~. The light level control becomes "AUTO". Set the
desired brightness level with the light level adjustment switches.
The CINE· TV setting on the light source is the standard level. Adjust as necessary. If the
image is too dark, use a smaller number setting. If too bright, use a larger number.
Read the instruction manual before
use.
B
CD
Video System
Fiberscope
Index
EVIS 100
All types
EVIS 200
All types
3
3
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Air/Wrater Flaeding
Set air flow as desired with the AIR Regulator switch. (Normally to "HIGH")
The air pressure can be adjusted in three levels, depending on patient condition.
Feed air and water by operating the air/water valve on the videoscope.
The built-in air pump will not operate unless a videoscope is connected to the light
source.
At "MED" or "LOW", water feeding (lens wash) becomes less effective,
*
*
*
D TrarlSillulnination
®
CD When using the transillumination function to verify the insertion location of the distal end of
the scope, the illumination becomes temporarily brighter, but with EVIS 200 system the
monitor image becomes overexposed in black and white.
(2) The illumination returns to the original level nine seconds after pressing the switch.
Depending on the observation location and techniques in use, the insertion location
may not be verified.
Jllumination level control is designated automatically to be changed to 'MAX' in
MAN. mode.
To prevent thermal injury, use this function as little as possible.
*
*
*
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[The endoscope is
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[Setting the transillumination function]
7-2 With Fiberscopoe
II
Set the mode selector to ~ .
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AdjIJstin!~ Bri!JhtnElSS (VISUJlILI
Set the AUTO/MANUAL Brightness Selector to MANUAL and adjust light output to the
illumination level suitable for visual observation using the Brightness Control.
Always use the minimum necessary light level to avoid thermal mucosal damage as
well as to protect your eyes. Set the AUTO/MANUAL Brightness Selector to MANUAL
except for Cinematory and TV visual observation.
*
Manual setting
(j) Set air flow as desired with the AIR Regulator switch. (Normally to "HIGH")
The air pressure can be adjusted in three levels, depending on patient condition.
ClJ Feed air and water by operating the air/water valve on the fiberscope.
The built-in air pump will not operate unless a fiberscope is· connected to the light
source.
At "MED" or "LOW", water feeding (lens wash) becomes less effective.
*
*
*
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[Setting the air feeding pressure]
Set conditions based on the instruction manual for photo documentation equipment to be
used.
Mount a film-loaded camera onto the endoscope eyepiece section and press the release
button to take photographs.
Disconnect the rigid scope's camera connector from the camera cord (EC-26, 27 or
28). Otherwise, the underexposure may result.
Still photography cannot be taken with OSF and OGF Fiberscopes.
*
*
7.3 With Rigid Scopes
D
For observation, set the Mode selector to ~ .
CD Set the AUTO/MANUAL Brightness Selector to MANUAL.
Q) Adjust light output to a comfortable level of Illumination uSing the Brightness Control sWitch.
Always use the minimum necessary light level to avoid thermal mucosal damage as
weI! as to protect your eyes.
*
CD Connect one end of the camera cord IEC-26, 27 or 28) to the camera connector for the rigid
Setting to MANUAL
scope and connect another end of the cord to the photographic equipment for the rigid
scope.
Q) For automatic exposure, set the light source to AUTO using the AUTO/MANUAL Exposure
Selector and set the Exposure Sensitivity Selector to the INDEX as tabulated:
0
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Film
Camera
X • FP contact
1640-0
No. 1610-0
Shutter speed
EL-135
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[MANUAL setting for visual observation]
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Compensation
0
Q
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3
Camera cord
[Connecting the camera cordI
X
1/4 sec.
* Index "3" or compensation "0" are the standard setting. Adjust index depending on
conditions.
* With the 35 mm film, use "2" for ISO/ASA 200 film speed.
* With the SM-R adapter, the OM-1N cannot make auto exposure and picture must be
taken by manual exposure. As the camera cord, use the EC-27.
@ For manual exposure, set the light source to MANUAL and set the exposure index as
desired.
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For visual observation, set the Mode Selector to ~ .
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Adjuistingi Briglhtnes;s (CIIIIE AIIiD
Set the AUTO/MANUAL Brightness Selector to AUTO.
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Mode]
Still Phot,ograp,hy
[Cinematography]
Set to AUTO
Fiberscope
Adapter
Light source
CINE. TV
Index
Development
Filming
speed
OES
A1O-Cl
Al0-C2
AlO-C3
3
Standard
24 Ips
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MC-R44
MC-R58
-
Standard
24 Ips
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Rigid
scope
!
I 0 ES type
Film
Daylight
ISO/ASA 160
Daylight
ISO/ASA 160
* When using MC-R44 or MC-R58, set brightness control switch to "Manual" to adjust
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[Brightness control]
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it to appropriate brightness level.
* The index numbers are standard setting. Adjust index depending on conditions.
[CCTV]
(f)
Camera
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Fiberscope
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OTV-F2
OES Fiberscope
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OTV-S2
Rigid scope
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,AR-TF2
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3
3
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* To prevent thermal mucosal damage as well as to protect your eyes, set the AUTO/
Z
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*
o
MANUAL Brightness Selector to MANUAL before disconnecting the cine camera or
TV camera from the fiberscope, because the light path shutter fully opens (providing
maximum brightness) as soon as the camera is disconnected.
Always connect the light control cable IMB-608), when using the OTV-S2. When
using OTV-F or OTV-S, refer to their instruction manuals before operation.
7·SAfter Use
Turn off the Power Switch.
Disconnect the power cord from the AC wall outlet if the light source is not going to
be used for a long period.
*
8
1_8_-1_C_a_~_e_a_ifi_te_r_U_s_e
::::======================:J
CD Disconnect the endoscope and water container from the light source. Unplug the power
cord from the hospital grade receptacle (wall mains outlet),
Do not apply excess force when disconnecting the light guide connector from the
good forconneetor parts}
*
output socket.
@ Lightly wipe all surfaces using a soft cloth or gauze sponge. If dirt persists, moisten the
gauze with disinfectant ethanol and wipe again.
The front panel can be also disinfected.
Cleaning the light source
@ For disinfection, wipe with a gauze sponge moistened with disinfectant ethanol or 2%
glutaraldehyde solution.
Avoid touching the electrical contacts and connectors: poor contact will result.
To prevent scratches, do not use hard or abrasive wiping material.
If a glutaraldehyde solution is used, wipe again with disinfectant ethanol to remove
all residue.
Surfaces must be thoroughy dry before use,
*
*
*
*
Do not wet the output socket.
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CD Wind the power cord around the hangers on the rear of the light source.
Do not put in the upright position.
@ Place the light source on a stable surface in the horizontal position.
Do not store in the upright position, as it may topple.
*
® Put on the vinyl dust cover.
"* Storage area must be maintained at normal temperature and humidity, and away
from water splashes.
"* Do not apply excessive force to each cord by bending, pUlling, twisting and pressing
irrationally.
* Do not give heavy blows and impacts.
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and direct sunligh.
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Do not strike or drop.
9
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9~1 Replacement of Lamps
Clamping
knobs @
Clamping knobs®
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Replacemlmt of Xenon lan1p
• Approved lamp: Optionally available from Olympus service center.
• Refer to the lamp replacement manual attached to spare lamps.
• Approved lamp is MD-631 (Yl064(S) I.
eD Turn OFF the power switch.
*
Be certain to unplug the power cord from the AC wall outlet.
@ Open the lamp access cover. Take out the hexagon wrench.
Lamp access cover
® After allowing sufficient time for the lamp and heat sinks to be cooled, loosen clamping
Do not attach heat compound
stuck on the lamp glass.
knobs ® and @ (front panel side, 2 pcs.1 by turning counterclockwise, and then clamping
knobs (9) (2 pcs.1
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hatched lines, 8 side or exit light side). Then, insert the lamp {-8 side} into heat sink
as far as it will go.
Wipe off heat compound stuck and apply a new heat compound.
Be careful to the lamp handling in order to avoid the danger of lamp explosion.
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Apply heat compound to the right-hand endface of the lamp (hatched area, G sidel in the
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with the wrench.
Be certain not to smear the lamp's glass surface. Wipe off heat compound stuck, on
the lamp surface or extruding from the lamp with a clean, soft cloth or similar
material. Unremoved finger marks or heat compound may cause peeling of the coating or explosion of the lamp.
Do not touch the lamp's glass surface. Finger marks may cause explosion of the
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(a) and (9) firmly.
Be certain to place the exit light side facing toward the front panel.
Be sure to tighten the clamping knobs and the snap. Unless the clamping knobs was
tightened, the lamp does not turn on well, may have short life and may have its explosion.
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Make sure the filter-2 indicator is illuminated on the front panel.
The emergency lamp cannot be replaced when turning off the filter-2 indicators.
The lamp lights on and get very hot. Handle the lamp after allowing sufficient time
for it to be cooled down.
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cooled, pUll out the lamp from the socket
Do not touch the mirror attached to the filter disk.
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• As all is done, turn on the power switch and select the next filter to be planned. Otherwise,
the filter may be set to the filter-2 autornatically.
Do not touch
directly.
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(2) Make sure neither the filter-l nor filter-2 indicator is illuminated.
If either one is illuminated, put it off by pressing the corresponding filter switch.
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Always unplug the power cord from the socket.
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in and push the new filter-2 mount frame against the filter disk until it is held in place.
* During filter replacement the filter disk may rotate when touched by fingers, which
does not cause any malfunction.
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The light source does not function unless the lamp access cover is closed tightly.
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check the Circuit Breaker on the rear panel of the light source. If it IS popped up {tripped!,
depress until it stops with a click.
(?) Turn ON the power switch. If the light source still does not operate, immediately turn off the
power switch and contact your Olympus representative or nearest Olympus office.
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9-4 Cleaning the Ventilation Grills
If dust and dirt have collected on the ventilation grills, clean using a vacuum cleaner.
19-5 Periodic Inspection
Periodically inspect the light source following the procedure in Section 6 INSPECTION.
* If any irregularity or abnormality IS suspected, contact your Olympus representative.
* Repair must be made by an authorized Olympus service center, and should not be
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Power switch is not switched,
Switch ON.
Open circuit breaker.
Reset circuit breaker.
Lamp access cover is not tightly closed.
Gently close cover until it locks in place.
Light source lamp is not lit
Press lamp ignition switch.
Check lamp; reinstall correctly if incorrectly Installed; replace with a new lamp jf too old or
lamp is broken.
Lamp access cover is not tightly closed.
Gently depress cover until it locks in place.
Light level adjusted incorrectly.
Adjust as required.
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too bright.
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Set to "AUTO".
Mode selector is not set correclty.
Select required mode.
Lamp is installed incorrectly.
Reinstall lamp.
Lamp is too old.
Replace with a new one.
Endoscope cannot be connected to light source.
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Connect OES scope.
Emergency lamp indicator
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Emergency lamp is not installed, installed
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Exposure level indicators
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No flash output with CV100 combination.
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Filter-2 switch is turned ON.
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Incorrect mode selected.
Select as required.
Incorrect mode selected or light source
cable is not connected.
Select as required and check connection.
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Synchronization failed with Incorrect mode selected or light source
CV-200 cornblnation.
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water feeding.
Select as required.
Incorrect mode selector
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Check connection.
Rigid scope camera cord connected.
Remove rigid scope camera cord.
Air purnp is turned OFF.
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Check endoscope for clogged nozzle and dirty airl
water valves. Also check water container.
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Faulty connection
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Flash light not rnatchlng the filrn.
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