Starsys Scope Storage Cabinet

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Starsys Scope Storage Cabinet
Double-wide Cabinet Shown with Left
Side Door in Open Position.
Single-wide Cabinet Shown with Door
in Open Position.
Installation of Cabinet:
Injury may occur if cabinet is not fastened to the wall with the supplied mounting bracket or to the
floor with the optional mounting kit part # SXR-FLR.
Take all safety precautions when using tools to install product. Serious injury or death could
result. Please refer to the manufacturer’s instructions for important safety information when using
tools.
Mounting hardware is not supplied, due to the various types of wall construction on which the
product maybe mounted. It is the installers’ responsibility to ensure that the mounting hardware
will support the weight of the product and its contents (in lbs.)
Observe location of and follow all local codes for HVAC, plumbing, sprinkler, gas, oxygen,
electrical or phone wiring and or boxes.
InterMetro Industries Corporation
North Washington Street, Wilkes-Barre, PA USA 18705
For Product Information Call: 1-800-992-1776
Visit Our Web Site: www.metro.com
INST-SXSC Rev.B
07/2013
Starsys Scope Storage Cabinet
When Installing Along with Starsys Work Centers:
1. Remove the packaged brackets and guides from the inside of the unit.
2. Follow the instructions provided from the Work Center units to install the
Scope Cabinet. Refer to the “Installation – Install Tall Units” section listed
on page 14.
When Installing as a Stand-Alone Unit:
1. Position the Cabinet in the desired location in room.
2. Remove the packaged brackets and guides from the inside of the unit.
3. Double check that the installation will not interfere with wiring or other
obstacles including sprinkler systems. If necessary contact a qualified
professional to re-route wires and/or cables prior to installation.
4. Check that the unit is level and plumb. If unit is not level, you must adjust
the leveling feet.
5. Remove the drip pan and locate four (4) holes in the bottom floor of the unit.
6. Using a slotted screwdriver, turn the screw to lower or raise the leveling feet
(See Figure 1). Turn the screw clockwise to raise unit, counter clock-wise to
lower the unit.
7. Adjust each leveling foot as necessary to level unit. Once unit is level, place
black plugs (included) into each hole.
8. If the optional Back wall Trim Kit was ordered, it must be installed before the
unit is affixed to the wall or floor.
9. The kit consists of two (4) filler strips and 4 wall guides. Components must
be cut to fit the desired height of the cabinet.
10.Carefully slide the filler strips into channels on rear posts (See Figure 2). Be
sure strip slides straight down and stay in channel. The (2) top strips will need
to be cut to match the top of the unit.
11.Slide flat side of wall guides down along wall so wall guide channel runs over
edge of filler strip (See Figure 3). Once wall guides are in place, mark wall
along side of wall guides.
12.Set wall guides in a safe location and move unit aside. Reposition the guides
to the marked locations and secure with double-sided tape or screws
(not provided).
13.If necessary, scribe filler strips to fit into wall guide channel. Remove filler strips
from unit. Carefully score filler strip along marked line with a utility knife. Using
pliers, gently snap off scored pieces. Replace strips into channel on rear posts
(See Figure 4).
14.Using the appropriate fasteners, secure the unit to the wall through mounting
brackets. Stud mounting is preferred whenever possible (See Figure 5).
Figure 4
Figure 1
Figure 2
Figure 3
Figure 5
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Installation of the Scope Brackets:
• Two styles of scope brackets are offered. The bracket for smaller scopes has a blue coating and is used to hold
Bronchoscopes, etc. The bracket for larger scopes has an orange coating and is used to hold GI scopes.
• Brackets are coated to protect the Control body during storage.
• Both brackets install in the same manner.
1. Take a bracket, press down slightly on the coated handle; insert uncoated loop down into the upper and lower slots on
the top spool (See Figure 6), release the handle. Scopes shown in Figure 7.
2. Fill spool with the appropriate brackets. Spool will hold up to 11 brackets.
Blue Scope Bracket for Pulmonary Scopes,
Orange Bracket for GI Scope
Figure 6
Figure 7
Installation of Light Box/ Tube Guide:
• The light box/ tube guide contains the insertion tube and the electrical
connection. Also, on video image scopes, the guide can cradle the
PVE connector.
• Guides are coated to protect the scope cable and insertion tube.
1. The light box / tube guide is mounted the same way as the scope brackets.
2. Take a guide and depress the coated handle slightly. Insert the uncoated
loop down upper & lower slots the lower spool (See Figure 8). Release the handle.
Figure 8
Hanging of the Scopes
Position the scope body above bracket. Lower the body down into the bracket, placing the insertion tube strain relief in
the bracket saddle. Make sure the outer hook of the bracket supports the control body as shown in Figures 9 and 10.
Blue Scope Bracket for
Pulmonary Scopes
Orange Bracket for
GI Scope
Figure 9
Figure 10
Light Box/ Tube Guide
Place the umbilical cable and the insertion tube into the guide as shown in Figure 11
(The connector can vertically rest against the post bumper or be looped and cradled
in the guide). For video image scopes, loop the cable and drop the PVC connector
into the guide.
Figure 11
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Starsys Scope Storage Cabinet
ADJUSTING COMPONENTS TO ACCOMMODATE VARIOUS SCOPE LENGTHS
The spool assemblies, post bumper and bottom hoop can be adjusted up or down on 1” increments to accommodate
various scopes.
Top Spool
1. To move the top spool assembly, remove scopes and brackets. Unseat the spool from the black split sleeves.
2. Remove the split sleeves and re-position on the post at the desired location. Make sure the inside beads on the
sleeves lock into the groove on the post.
3. Seat spool on sleeves making sure to align the notches on the rim with the notches on the lower spool.
4. Re-install the scope brackets on the repositioned spool.
Lower Spool
1. Remove scopes and light box/ tube guides.
2. Unseat the spool from the black split sleeves.
3. Remove split sleeves and re-position on the post at the desired location. Make sure the inside bead on each sleeve is
locked into the groove on the post.
4. Seat spool on sleeves making sure to align the notches on the rim with the notches on the top spool.
5. Re-install the guides on the repositioned spool.
Connector Bumper
The Bumper is used to keep the electrical connector from striking the center post.
• Slide the bumper up the post. Move the O-ring stop up or down on the post to the desired location. Drop the
bumper down onto the O-ring stop.
Bottom Hoop
The bottom hoop helps to confine the ends of the insertion tubes.
1. Unseat the hoop off of the black split sleeves. Remove the sleeves and re-position on the post at the desired location.
Make sure the inside bead on each sleeve is locked into the groove on the post.
2. Seat hoop on sleeves.
Drip Pan Removal
• The drip pan is split in two (2) sections. Each section can be removed by tilting it up until it clears the center post.
• Wipe out any fluids in the drip pan.
* Save this document for future application, load rating and/or safety reference.
InterMetro Industries Corporation
North Washington Street, Wilkes-Barre, PA USA 18705
For Product Information Call: 1-800-992-1776
Visit Our Web Site: www.metro.com 4
INST-SXSC Rev. B
07/13
Information and specifications are subject to change
without notice. Please confirm at time of order.
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