iCE LED Surgical Lights

iCE LED Surgical Lights
Installation and Operation Instructions
iCE LED Surgical Lights
(iCE 25/iCE 30)
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Contents
Introduction4
Symbols used in this Manual
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Markings5
Typical Drawings
6-7
Technical Data for iCE Lightheads
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Installation Considerations
9
Tools and Part Requirements
10
Safety Instructions
9-12
Static Inspection
13
Declaration of Acceptance
13
Components and Scope of Delivery
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Installation
Installation: Structure Plates and Flanged Ceiling Tube
Structure Plate and Anchor Plate
Order Components for each Threaded Rod
Installing the Flanged Ceiling Tube
Installation: The Central Axis
Installing the Ceiling Cover
Amico Ceiling Covers
Installing the Central Axis Core
Installing the Central Axis Arms
Installation: Electrical Labelling of The Extension Leads
Routing The Extension Leads
Routing the Supply Lines Through the Ceiling Tube
Grounding the Flange
Connecting the Power Supply
Installation: Spring Arms
Standard Spring Arms on the Central Axis
Initial Setup
Installing/Removing the Spring Arm
Removing the Safety Plug
Installation: Amico iCE LED Light
Installing the Lighthead
Normal System/LCH with Camera
Installing in Light Camera (Optional Accessory)
Connecting the Camera Controller Box
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30-32
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Contents
Installation: Adjustments
Brake Adjustment
Installation/Removal of the Spring Arm
Load Adjustment
Parallel Adjustment
Vertical Adjustment
Installation: The Base Cap
Installation: Terminal Box
Terminal Box Usage
Mounting the Terminal Box
Dual LED Configuration with Wall Control
Camera and Camera Ready Configuration with Wall Control
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Operation
Operation: Amico iCE LED Light
Lighthead Control Panel
Wall Control Panel for Light
Emergency Shut Down
Camera Control Box
Emergency Bypass Switch
Beam Size Adjustment
Operation: Cleaning the Amico iCE LED Light
Non-Sterilizable Handle (Plastic/Aluminum)
Lamp Housing, Protective Lens and Support System
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Maintenance:
Maintenance: Amico iCE LED Lights
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Maintenance: OASYS Spring Arm
50
Troubleshooting50
Environmental Conditions
51
Technical Data for OASYS Central Axis and Spring Arms
52-54
Electromagnetic Compliance Data for iCE Series
55-57
Disposal57
Warranty58
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Introduction
Thank you for acquiring our new iCE 25/iCE 30 LED Series Surgical Light.
The Amico iCE LED Series Surgical Lights provide high intensity and shadow free illumination to the patient surgical field
during surgical procedures.
The iCE LED Series Surgical Lights are designed for superior shadow control, increased depth of field and light intensity.
The iCE 25 and iCE 30 have a CRI of 95 and an R9 greater than 90, allowing surgeons to easily differentiate between tissues.
The 4500K color temperature provides a crisp white light, without the color-fringing or color shifting properties of multicolor LEDs, providing natural color to ensure that the surgical field remains clearly illuminated.
Intended User Profile:
• The iCE Surgical Lights are intended to be used by trained medical practitioners in operating rooms, procedure rooms,
emergency departments and intensive care units.
• User has to be able to read the words in the mylar control and wall control to operate the light.
• User has to be able to understand the instructions for use (IFU) and the training provided by Amico staff (or other
designated personnel)
• User has to be able to position the iCE Light by holding the light through the openings.
Intended Use:
• The iCE LED Surgical Lightning System is designed to illuminate the surgical field with a cool, bring white light and an
adjustable pattern size.
Patient Population:
• Age: newborn, bariatric and geriatric
• Weight: not relevant
• Health: not relevant
• Nationality: Multiple
• Patient State: patient is not a user
Application:
• Environment: The iCE Surgical Lamp is intended to be used in the operating rooms, procedure rooms, emergency
departments and intensive care units.
• Physical – see Environmental Conditions Section
• Frequency of use: Several times a day
• Mobility: Central Axis is fixed to the supporting structure but the extension arm and spring arm can be moved so as to
position the surgical light to illuminate the operating field.
Training:
• Training provided by Amico Sales staff (or other designated) via hands-on demonstration of the equipment along with
the Instructions for Use and the Quick Reference Card (File: “IcelightsTrainingCard”).
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Introduction
SYMBOLS USED IN THIS MANUAL
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WARNING: Failure to adhere to these instructions may result in damages to equipment or injury to users.
MARKINGS
The iCE 25 and iCE 30 LED Series Surgical Lights are designed to comply with the following Standards:
Standard(s):
Medical Electrical Equipment - Part 1: General Requirements For Basic Safety And Essential
Performance (R2012) [AAMI ES60601-1:2005 +AC1;A2]
Medical Electrical Equipment - Part 1: General Requirements For Basic Safety And Essential
Performance (R2013) [CSA C22.2#60601-1:2008 Ed.2 +C2]
Medical electrical equipment - Part 1-6: General requirements for basic safety and essential
performance -Collateral standard: Usability [IEC 60601-1-6:2010 Ed.3]
Medical Devices - Application Of Usability Engineering To Medical Devices [IEC 62366:2007 Ed.1]
Medical Electrical Equipment - Part 2-41: Particular Requirements For The Basic Safety And
Essential Performance Of Surgical Luminaires And Luminaires For Diagnosis [IEC 60601-2-41:2009
Ed.2]
Product:
Surgical Light
Brand Name:
Amico
Models:
iCE-30-6, iCE-25-3, iCE-25-6
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WARNINGS
Do not use this equipment prior to understanding the contents of this manual.
To avoid the risk of electric shock, this equipment must only be connected to supply mains with protective
earth.
Do not modify this equipment without authorization from Amico Clinical Solutions.
Only connect cameras and spring arms that are compatible with the iCE30/25.
Keep this manual for future reference.
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Typical Drawings
Single Ceiling Mount
Single Ceiling Mount for Low Ceiling Height
Dual Ceiling Mount
Typical Drawings
Dual Ceiling Mount with Monitor
Range of Motion for Dual Ceiling Mount
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Technical Data for iCE Lightheads
ice 25
ice 25
Units
ice 30
160,000
160,000
130,000
Lighthead Diameter
in
30
25
25
Light Intensity (Central Luminance)
lx
160,000
160,000
130,000
Brightness Control
%
5-100
5-100
5-100
Light Field Diameter
in
7.6 - 12
7.6 - 11
7.6 - 11
Depth of Illumination (L1+L2) at 60%
in
27.25 - 48
28.5 - 48.25
28.5 - 48.25
Depth of Illumination (L1+L2) at 20%
in
42
46.20
46.20
Color Rendering Index (Ra)
95
95
951
R9
>90
>90
>90
R13
97
97
971
K
4,5002
4,5002
4,5002
Single Mask
%
44
41
41
Double Mask
%
41
41
41
Cavity
%
97
100
100
Single Mask with Cavity
%
41
39
39
Double Mask with Cavity
%
40
39
39
Number of LEDs (main)
80
52
52
Number of Other LEDs
320
208
208
50,000
50,000
Performance
L
E
D
1
1
Color Temperature (Standard)
L
E
D
1
1
L
E
D
Shadow Dilution
LED Service Life
hours
50,000
Total Radiant Power at Max Intensity
W/m
415.3
519
421.7
w @ 24 VDC
200
150
150
Universal VAC
Universal VAC
Universal VAC
Emergency Bypass
Yes
Yes
Yes
Mounting Options
Ceiling, Wall
Ceiling, Wall
Ceiling, Wall
ETL, FDA
ETL, FDA
ETL, FDA
Power Consumption at Lighthead
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Electricity (VAC)
Certificates
Amico iCE series system ratings: 100-240 VAC, 4-2 A, 50/60 Hz
All tests conducted per 60601-2-41 standard
¹CRI has a tolerance of ± 2.5%
²CCT has a tolerance of ± 15.0%
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Never combine beams from more than two lampheads, as the resulting irradiance at the spot can exceed
1000 W/m² resulting in a higher than normal temperature.
Upon request, Amico Clinical will make available the circuit board diagrams, component parts list,
descriptions, calibration instructions or other information that will assist service personnel in conducting
repairs to the iCE 30/25.
Recommended training for safe use of the iCE Light is approximately 30 minutes for users and 2
hours for biomedical staff.
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Installation Considerations
• All Amico lamps are supplied with a flange with a graduated circle diameter of 310 mm (12.2") and six bores
with a diameter of 17 mm (0.67"). The flange supports the vertical suspension tube. It is attached to the solid
ceiling by means of a ceiling anchorage ring.
• The ceiling anchorage plate has six precisely positioned M16 threaded bolts. This makes it possible to fasten
and adjust the lamp without causing dust or dirt after all building work has been completed.
• The ceiling anchorage ring is not required for a combination pendant and LED configuration.
• During mounting, take care to ensure that neither the flange nor the attachment elements are in contact with
reinforcement components of the solid ceiling.
• Depending on the stability of the location, it may be necessary to use a counter-plate for the wall attachment.
• The forces arising when the widely extending articulated arms tilt do make it necessary to drill very carefully
with a certified hammer drill, paying close attention to the drilling tolerances.
• The suspension tube of the lamp or lamp combination must be adjusted vertically to prevent the lamp body
from moving. For this purpose, the M16 counter nuts on the attaching bolt must be adjusted accordingly.
• For false ceilings, the suspension tubes for all lamps can be mounted directly through to the solid ceiling. The
opening required for this purpose can be closed once the work has been completed. This can be completed by
using the ceiling cover with a diameter of 450 mm (17.7") or a covering plate.
• When using an intermediate flange, preferably for spaces exceeding 400 mm (15.7") and for room heights
exceeding 4050 mm (159.4"), the length of the intermediate flange is to be measured to the lower edge of the
false ceiling. Also in this case a ceiling anchorage ring has to be used for fixation.
• Amico Clinical Solutions Corp. can only be made responsible for the safety of the light if repairs and alterations
are carried out by Amico Clinical Solutions Corp. or a company that guarantees to observe the safety
regulations.
• Amico Clinical Solutions Corp. cannot be made liable for personal or material damages if the light is operated
inexpediently or incorrectly or used for purposes other than those for which it is intended.
• Please read the instructions carefully to install your lighting system and to avoid any damages to the device.
Pay attention to the instructions for use when handling the lamp.
• This device has not been designed for use in potentially explosive areas. According to the Medical Device
Regulation the light is classified under class I in Canada and class II in US per FDA.
• This device requires connection to a back-up system (done on site and provided by the facility) in the event
of interruption of the supply mains for safety service. The back-up system shall restore power within five (5)
seconds.
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Tools and Part Requirements
1. Level
2. 2 mm Hex Drive
3. 2.5 mm Hex Drive
4. 2 mm Allen Key
5. 6 mm Allen Key
6. 15/16" Wrench x 2
7. 3/8" Flat Head Screwdriver
8. 3 mm Flat Head Screwdriver
9. Soft Mallet
10. Pliers and Cutters
11. OASYS provided tools included within package
Safety Instructions
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WARNING – STORAGE AND USAGE HAZARD
• Store the iCE LED Series Surgical Light in its package for at least 24 hours in the respective room before
mounting, in order to equalize temperature differences.
• Make sure that the light is in perfect working order before every use.
• Attention: The light works only with an external power supply of 240 VA.
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WARNING – SPRING-LOADED CRUSH POINT HAZARD
• The light is to be dismantled from the spring arm in reverse order of its assembly. This may only be carried out
after the spring arm has been adjusted to a horizontal position, as the arm is under spring tension and can
bounce up.
• Do not remove tension screw from the spring arm joint until the lighthead has been securely fastened onto
the spring arm.
• Never attempt to install or remove the lighthead unless the tension screw is securely locked in place.
• Extend the spring arm and replace the tension screw to lock the arm in the extended position whenever
removing the lighthead.
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Safety Instructions
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WARNING – PINCHING HAZARD
Pinch points are created during extreme articulation of the suspension system. Do not place hands on or near the suspension knuckle during lighthead articulations.
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WARNING – IMPACT HAZARD
Do not remove the tension screw from the spring arm joint until the lighthead has been securely fastened onto
the spring arm.
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WARNING – POSSIBLE PATIENT INJURY HAZARD
Failure to engage the light handle cover completely may result in the cover falling from the lighthead.
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WARNING – BIOHAZARD
• Sterile disposables are intended for single use only. Universal precautions must be observed when disposing
of any single use disposable item.
• Do not use disposable handle covers if its packaging has been damaged, torn or opened as the sterility of the
cover may be compromised.
• During surgical procedures, do not use the center focusing handle unless a disposable sterile cover is installed.
If the focusing light handle (metal/plastic, provided with lighthead) is used without a disposable cover, the
handle is not protected by a sterile covering.
• Sterilizable handles are available through Amico Clinical Solutions Corp.
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WARNING – DISPOSAL HAZARD
This product contains materials which may require disposal through appropriately licensed and permitted
hazardous waste management firms.
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WARNING – PERSONAL INJURY HAZARD
• Do not attempt to replace any LED module unless power is turned off and the lighthead has cooled.
• Do not attempt to replace the lamp unless power to the lighthead is turned off.
• Do not attempt to clean the lighthead unless power is turned off and the lighthead has cooled sufficiently.
• Do not attempt to adjust the suspension system. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
• Do not remove the lamp structural screws. Serious injury and equipment damage can occur from the falling
lamp. Only Amico certified technicians can service this component if required.
• During operation, the LED panels attain a high temperature. Serious injury can occur if touched. Allow the
lamp to cool before performing any maintenance on the lighthead.
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Safety Instructions
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CAUTION – POSSIBLE EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
• Cleaning and disinfecting agents used on this lighting system must be certified by their manufacturer to be
compatible with polycarbonate.
• Use only recommended cleaning/disinfecting and/or anti-static agents on this light. Use of alcohol or aerosol
spray cleaner/disinfectants containing a substantial amount of alcohol in the formula can damage the polycarbonate lens. Use manufacturer recommended cleaners only.
• Use of any disinfectant solutions OTHER than Germicidal Surface Wipes and Disinfecting/Deodorizing/
Cleaning Wipes may cause discoloration or deformation of the polycarbonate lens surface. Other solutions
have NOT been tested for compatibility or effectiveness.
• Cleaners intended for use on floors must NOT be used to clean this equipment.
• Prevent leakage of fluids into interior lighthead. Do not scratch optical coating on accessible portions of optic
assembly when cleaning: always wear rubber gloves and use only a clean, white, lint-free cloth when wiping
surfaces.
• Do not touch the glass portion of the lamp with bare fingers. Skin oils can cause deterioration of material
leading to possible failure of the lamp.
• Do not bump lightheads into walls or other equipment.
• During all mounting steps, verify that wires are not pinched between spring arms or lightheads.
• Avoid cross-threading brake screws, align them with extreme care.
• Accessories or replacement parts not purchased from Amico are not to be used as they may negatively affect
the equipment or result in equipment damage.
• During the mounting of the LED lights, the entire system (including the ceiling attachment) must be
disconnected from mains. Dismounting of the lights from the spring arms or dismounting the sliding contacts
inside the arms is to be done ONLY AFTER DISCONNECTING THE ENTIRE SYSTEM FROM MAINS. Otherwise the
main control board will be damaged.
• Use only Amico supplied fuses. Any higher rating could cause damage to the LEDs and reduce their life.
Accessories:
• Cameras - Sony Models EH 6300, EH 6500, EV 7100 and EV 7500
• Handles - From Amico and other approved manufacturers
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Static Inspection
The static (structural) inspection must be carried out before installation of the optional structural ceiling plate.
• The strength of the mount must be designed, checked and certified by a structural engineer or construction
authority.
• Regional construction regulations that apply must be met.
• If a hole is drilled in an incorrect position, (e.g. drilling of a reinforcement rod) the structural engineer responsible
must be contacted for re-assessment since static loading conditions may have changed, endangering the loading
distribution.
Declaration of Acceptance:
It is hereby certified that the support ceiling and the ceiling anchoring is safe and adequately strong.
Project:
Anchoring (please check the applicable selection):
With anchors/rods authorized by the structural engineer/construction authority
With a counter-plate
Other:
Location:
Signature/Stamp of Structural Engineer/Construction Authority:
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Components and Scope of Delivery
D
[1] Structural Ceiling Plate
[3] Ceiling Cover and Retainer
[2] Flanged Ceiling Tube
[5] Extension Arms
C
[4] Central Axis
[6] Bottom Cap
B
1. Structural Ceiling Plate (Single or Dual Mount)
• 1 Structural Plate
• 8 x M10-1.5x32 Flat Head Socket Screw
• 1 Anchor Plate
5. Extension Arms (options)
• Dual Mount
• 46" Extension Arm with Slip Ring (9, 7, 5 or 3 pole) or Stop
• 12 x M16 Lock Washers
A
• 40" Extension Arm with Slip Ring (9, 7, 5 or 3 pole) or Stop
PROJECT MANAGER : ___________________
• 12 x M16 Flat Washers
• 34" Extension Arm with Slip Ring
(9, 7, 5 or 3 pole) or Stop
UNLESS SPECIFIED:
ENGINEERING : __________________________
PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
• 12 x M16-2 Hex Nuts
THIS PRINT IS PROPERTY OF AMICO CLINICAL AND IS LOANED IN CONFIDENCE SUBJECT TO RETURN UPON
REQUEST AND WITH THE UNDERSTANDING THAT NO COPIES ARE TO BE MADE WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF
AMICO CLINICAL.
ALL RIGHTS TO DESIGN OR INVENTION ARE RESERVED
• Single Mount
• 8 x M16
Threaded Rods
DESCRIPTION
BY
• 48 x5 M16-2 Hex Nuts
DATE
MATERIAL:
FINISH:
4
6. Bottom Cap
SCALE: NTS
DRAWN BY:
DATE:
CHECKED BY:
DATE:
7. Approved Spring Arms
ANGLE TOLERANCES 1
DECIMAL TOLERANCES:
SHEET: 1 OF 1
PROJECTION
3
2
DESCRIPTION:
X .XX
.05
X.XXX .005
X.XXXX .0005
PART NO:
• 32 x M16 Lock Washers
• OASYS 2001 Spring Arm (OASYS Low Ceiling Height
Spring Arm Inclusive)
• 32 x M16 Flat Washers
• OASYS 3001 Spring Arm
2. Flanged Ceiling Tube
• 6 x M16 Threaded Rods
• 36 x M16-2 Hex Nuts
• 24 x M16 Lock Washers
• 24 x M16 Flat Washers
3. Ceiling Cover and Retainer (Plastic or Metal)
• Plastic Ceiling Cover Assembly
• Type 1 Dome or Type 2 Flat Ceiling Covers
• Retainer Ring with Set Screws
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ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES
SURFACE FINISH 63 uin
• 28" Extension Arm with Slip Ring
7, 50.005
or- 30.010pole) or Stop
BREAK(9,
ALL EDGES
REMOVE SHARP EDGES AND BURRS
PRODUCTION : __________________________
REV.
4. Central Axis (with 1 to 4 Arm Sockets)
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8. Approved Device Attachments
• Operating Lights
• Monitors
• Camera
Installation: Structure Plates and Flanged Ceiling Tube
Structure Plate and Anchor Plate
Dual Mount
540mm
[21.260"]
640mm
[25.197"]
640mm
[25.197"]
540mm
[21.260"]
Single Mount
Approved by:
D
400mm
[15.748"]
ENGINEERING : __________________________
DESCRIPTION
C
B
SCALE: NTS
DRAWN BY:
DATE:
CHECKED BY:
DATE:
UNLESS SPECIFIED:
ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES
SURFACE FINISH 63 uin
BREAK ALL EDGES 0.005 - 0.010
REMOVE SHARP EDGES AND BURRS
ANGLE TOLERANCES 1
DECIMAL TOLERANCES:
SHEET: 1 OF 1
PROJECTION
55 East Wilmot St.
Richmond Hill, Ontario
L4B 1A4, CANADA
Tel: (905)764-0800
Fax: (905)764-0862
DESCRIPTION:
UNIVERSAL ANCHOR PLATE
X .XX
.05 PART NO:
X.XXX .005
X.XXXX .0005
DRAWING NO:
YYMMDD-XX
1
2
3
4
B
Approved by:
A
DATE
MATERIAL:
FINISH:
400mm
[15.748"]
400mm
[15.748"]
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THIS PRINT IS PROPERTY OF AMICO CLINICAL AND IS LOANED IN CONFIDENCE SUBJECT TO RETURN UPON
REQUEST AND WITH THE UNDERSTANDING THAT NO COPIES ARE TO BE MADE WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF
AMICO CLINICAL.
ALL RIGHTS TO DESIGN OR INVENTION ARE RESERVED
400mm
[15.748"]
C
BY
400mm
[15.748"]
PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
PRODUCTION : __________________________
REV.
400mm
[15.748"]
400mm
[15.748"]
PROJECT MANAGER : ___________________
400mm
[15.748"]
D
Approved by:
PROJECT MANAGER : ___________________
PROJECT MANAGER : ___________________
A
ENGINEERING : __________________________
ENGINEERING : __________________________
UNLESS SPECIFIED:
PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL PRIVATE AND
CONFIDENTIAL
ALL DIMENSIONS
IN INCHES
SURFACE FINISH 63 uin
THIS PRINT IS PROPERTY OF AMICO CLINICAL AND IS LOANED THIS
IN CONFIDENCE
PRINT IS PROPERTY
SUBJECT
OFTO
AMICO
RETURN
CLINICAL
UPON AND
IS LOANED
IN CONFIDENCE
PRODUCTION : __________________________
PRODUCTION : __________________________
BREAK
ALL EDGES
0.005 - 0.010 SUBJECT TO RETURN UPON
REQUEST AND WITH THE UNDERSTANDING THAT NO COPIES ARE
REQUEST
TO BE MADE
AND WITH
WITHOUT
THE UNDERSTANDING
THE CONSENT OFTHAT NO COPIES ARE TO BE MADE WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF
REMOVE SHARP EDGES AND BURRS
AMICO CLINICAL.
DESCRIPTION:
ANGLE TOLERANCES 1
ALL RIGHTS TO DESIGN OR INVENTION ARE RESERVED
SHEET: 1 OF 1
SHEET: 1 OF 1
NTS
SCALE: NTS
SCALE:TOLERANCES:
CSA G40.21 44W
CSA G40.21 44W DECIMAL
XDATE:
.XX 8/22/2012
.05
DATE: 8/22/2012
DRAWN BY: HM
DRAWN BY: HM
X.XXX .005
DATE: 8/22/2012
DATE: 8/22/2012
BY (Pantone
DATE
CHECKED
BY: VC
CHECKED
BY: VC
Blue Pwdr Coat
3005C)
Blue Pwdr
Coat (Pantone
3005C)
PROJECTION
PROJECTION
X.XXXX
.0005
AMICO CLINICAL.
ALL RIGHTS TO DESIGN OR INVENTION ARE RESERVED
MATERIAL:
REV.
DESCRIPTION
REV.
BY
DATEDESCRIPTION
FINISH:
MATERIAL:
FINISH:
UNLESS SPECIFIED:
55 East Wilmot St.
Richmond
Hill, Ontario
ALL DIMENSIONS
IN INCHES
SURFACE FINISHL4B
631A4,
uin CANADA
Tel: 0.005
(905)764-0800
BREAK ALL EDGES
- 0.010
(905)764-0862
REMOVE SHARPFax:
EDGES
AND BURRS
ANGLE TOLERANCES 1
DECIMAL TOLERANCES:
X .XX
.05
X.XXX .005
X.XXXX .0005
DESCRIPTION:
55 East Wilmot St.
Richmond Hill, Ontario
L4B 1A4, CANADA
Tel: (905)764-0800
Fax: (905)764-0862
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Installation: Structure Plates and Flanged Ceiling Tube
Order Components for each Threaded Rod:
1. Attach two hex nuts, one lock washer and one flat washer to one threaded rod in the configuration shown below.
Then drop the threaded rod through the top of the structural plate at the specified hole locations shown on the
previous page.
2. Repeat the above procedure with the remaining rods (12 total for dual mount; 8 total for single mount) that are
required for the installation of the anchor plate to the structural plate.
3. Carefully align and raise the anchor plate up to the mounting rods until the bottom face of the anchor plate is
10" (254 mm) above the bottom of the finished ceiling.
4. Attach the associated hex nut, lock washers and flat washers in the correct configuration as shown below.
Tighten the M16 hex nuts to 145 lbs-ft using a torque wrench.
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WARNING – Risk of Pendant System Dropping
If the threaded rods are not completely screwed in, it may cause the pendant system to drop suddenly.
5. Install additional terminal strips for low voltage, video or communication lines on the interface plate according to
the order specific configuration sheet in the submittal package.
Order Components for each Threaded Rod:
• 2 x Hex Nuts
• 1 x Lock Washer
• 1 x Flat Washer
• Structural Plate
• 1 x Flat Washer
• 1 x Lock Washer
• 1 x Hex Nut
• 1 x Hex Nut
• 1 x Lock Washer
• 1 x Flat Washer
• Anchor Plate
• 1 x Flat Washer
• 1 x Lock Washer
• 2 x Hex Nuts
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Installation: Structure Plates and Flanged Ceiling Tube
Installing The Flanged Ceiling Tube
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Item
Description
1
6 x M16 Threaded Rods
2
24 x M16 Lock Washers
3
24 x M16 Flat Washers
4
Flanged Ceiling Tube
5
36 x M16 Hex Nuts
WARNING – Risk of Flanged Ceiling Tube dropping:
• If the flanged ceiling tube drops, it may cause serious injury.
• During installation, nobody is allowed to stand under the flanged ceiling tube.
• If your extension arms have stops, you will want to determine the limit of rotation. It is preferred to mark
this limit and determine where the limit in the operating room would best be suited.
1. First fit the threaded rods with the necessary components between the anchor plate and the flanged ceiling drop
tube.
2. Push the flanged ceiling tube onto the six M16 threaded rods of the anchor plate.
3. Secure the flanged ceiling tube with two M16 hex nuts:
NOTE: Precise horizontal alignment of the flanged ceiling tube is essential to ensure that the pendant system can
be removed easily and positioned reliably.
4. Complete the assembly by installing the rest of the hex nuts, flat washers and lock washers to the threaded rods.
5. Align the flanged ceiling tube horizontally by adjusting the M16 hex nuts. Check the horizontal alignment.
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Installation: Structure Plates and Flanged Ceiling Tube
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WARNING – Risk of Pendant System dropping:
Tighten the M16 hex nuts to 75 lbs-ft (torque).
6. Check that the flanged ceiling tube is securely in place.
Installation: The Central Axis
Installing The Ceiling Cover
Type 2 - Flat Ceiling Cover
Type 1 - Dome Ceiling Cover
Retainer Ring
1. Insert ceiling cover to the flanged ceiling tube.
2. Slide the retainer ring right under the ceiling cover and tighten with the set screw to hold it in place.
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Installation: The Central Axis
Amico Ceiling Covers
1. Secure the six M10 threaded rods on the anchor plate so that it drops down enough to the ceiling.
2. Slide the cover disk up the tube.
3. Install the ceiling covers on the M10 rods using #10-32 screws.
4. Install the plastic screw covers.
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Installation: The Central Axis
Installing The Central Axis Core
Stop Block Separator
1. Position the central axis below the drop tube.
2. If your central axis has wiring pre-installed, carefully guide the electrical wires up through the drop tube and out of
the top.
3. Install the central axis into the drop tube, and fasten it into place using the eight M10 screws.
• The fastening threads in the flanged ceiling tube are 90° offset. The central axis can thus be mounted on the
flanged ceiling tube at an offset of 90°. This can help align the stops in the proper orientation.
• Extra provisions to relocate each arm stop at 90° increments is made possible by:
• relocating the stop block separator by unfastening the M10 screw.
• rotating the arm stopper to the desired position.
• refastening the M10 screw.
NOTE: This must be done before proceeding to the next step of installation of the arms.
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Installation: The Central Axis
Installing Central Axis Arms
M10 Screws
2x Brake Adjustments Screws
1. Install the arms by sliding them into their respective positions and securing them with the two M10 screws.
2. Any electrical connections can be made by removing the two M4 screws securing the access cover. Once the cover
is removed all connections can be easily made.
!
WARNING – Risk of Pendant System dropping:
Tighten the M10-1.5 countersunk screws to 7.5 lbs-ft (using torque wrench).
3. Check that the central axis is securely in place.
4. Tighten brake adjuster screws on the central axis to prevent the arm from drifting.
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Installation: Electrical
Labelling of The Extension Leads
Supply lines in the central axis:
The supply lines [A] in the central axis [B] are
identified with numbers. The numbers identify which
supply leads [A] are for which extension arm [C]. For
example, number 1 identifies the supply lines [A] for
the lower extension arm [C] in Position 1.
Item
Description
A
Extension Leads
B
Central Axis
C
Extension Arm
D
Flanged Ceiling Tube
[A]
[B]
[C]
Routing The Extension Leads
!
WARNING – Electric Shock Hazard:
• If the extension leads are damaged, the pendant
system may be live.
• Carefully route the extension leads [A] through
the flanged ceiling tube [D] with gentle force.
• For extension arms without stop: route the
extension leads [A] through the flanged ceiling
tube [D] to the interface plate [A].
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[1] Extension Leads
[4] Flanged Ceiling Tube
Installation: Electrical
Routing The Supply Lines Through The Ceiling Tube
!
WARNING – Electric Shock Hazard
• If the supply lines, position 2 and position 3 are damaged, the pendant system may be live.
• Carefully route in the supply lines, position 2 and position 3 with gentle force.
Cable routing in the top extension arm with stop:
• Route the supply line, position 2 through the 320° castings, looping the supply line around the shaft for slack.
• Leave approximately 50 cm (500 mm) of the supply line sticking out of the flanged ceiling tube.
Grounding The Flange
!
WARNING – Electric Shock Hazard Due To Defective Insulation:
• If the insulation is defective, the pendant system central axis may be live.
• Always ground the pendant system central axis.
• Strip the 2.5 mm² ground conductor (not supplied) and connect it to the grounding point on the flange.
Connecting The Power Supply
Qualification:
• Electrical connection of the pendant system central axis may only be carried out by a qualified electrician as per
NEC 70.
• Follow the Safety Instructions, pages 9-11.
• Stranded supply lines installed by the customer must be fitted with wire end connector sleeves.
• It is the customers responsibility to provide either a switch or breaker to allow for the disconnection of mains
from the power supply.
1. All conductors must be secured to the interface plate using the strain relief.
2. Feed the power supply leads through the strain relief.
3. Connect the power supply lines to the terminal block, as shown in pages 39-42.
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Installation: Spring Arms
Standard Spring Arms on the Central Axis
The following diagram illustrates possible spring arm configurations.
Operating Modes
• The pendant system central axis and the mounted spring arms are not intended for operation in potentially
explosive atmospheres.
• The pendant system central axis is suitable for continuous operation.
• The ID plate can be found on the top extension arm.
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Installation: Spring Arms
Initial Setup
In order to install a spring arm or conduct brake adjustments,
the extension arm covers must be installed/removed. Observe
the following instructions:
1. Firmly grasp the ends of the covers and pull them apart
until they separate from one another and are free from the
arm.
2. To install the covers, line up the tabs and slots and press in.
Installing/Removing the Spring Arm
Item
Description
1
Extension Arm
2
Mounting Stem
3
Slip Ring
4
Without Slip Ring
5
2 x Screws
6
Arm Joint
7
Washer
8
Safety Washer
9
2 x Retaining Rings
10
Tooth
11
Groove
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Installation: Spring Arms
1. Ensure the ceiling mount and the extension arm [1] are securely installed and the covers are removed.
2. Locate the mounting stem [2] of the spring arm and examine the electrical connection inside. If the stem is fitted
with a slip ring [3] proceed to step 3. If the stem is not fitted with a slip ring [4] proceed to step 4.
3. Remove the two screws [5] holding the slip ring to the extension arm, and lift the slip ring up and out of the way.
4. Slide the mounting stem upwards into the extension arm sleeve [6] and securely hold in place.
5. Have a second person install the following hardware (in order):
• Washer [7]
• Safety Washer [8]
• 2x Retaining Rings [9]
6. While installing the safety washer, ensure that its tooth [10] fits into the hole at the top of the mounting stem.
7. Ensure that both retaining rings snap into the groove [11] at the top of the mounting stem.
8. Insert the slip ring back into the spring arm and secure with two screws [5].
9. In order to remove a spring arm, please conduct the preceding steps 2-8 in reverse.
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Installation: Spring Arms
Removing the Safety Plug
1. Use a 2 mm Allen key to unscrew the M3 screw [3] and take out the locking key door cover [2].
2. Rotate the nose cone 180° so that the slot in the nose cone [5] lines up with the slot in the stem. The locking key
[1] should be exposed.
3. Using a small flat head screwdriver, remove the locking key [1] from the groove in the device end stem.
4. Once the locking key has been removed, slide the safety plug [4] out from the lighthead end of the spring arm.
[5]
[4]
[3] [2] [1]
[6]
Item
Description
1
Locking Key
2
Locking Key Door Cover
3
M3 Screw
4
Safety Plug
5
Nose Cone
6
Groove
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Installation: Amico iCE LED Light
!
CAUTION - Installation and removal for service or inspection must be carried out by a hospital technician or a
person with similar qualifications who has been trained by Amico Clinical Solutions Corp.
• Never perform an installation or removal of the LED light alone. Always have a second person to assist with the
installation or removal.
• Always disconnect the spring arm system from the power supply when installing or removing the LED light.
Failure to do so may result in electric shock.
• Always make sure the spring arm is at the highest position when removing the light. Failure to do so will cause
the spring arm to spring upwards, and may cause serious injury.
• The LED light may separate from the spring arm if the key is not properly in place. This may cause serious
injury. Always make sure that the key is installed properly.
• Failure to comply with load specifications may cause serious or fatal injuries. Ensure that the LED light load is
within the specifications.
Installing the Lighthead
Normal System/LCH
1. Ensure the unit is disconnected from the power supply, with no possible accidental reconnection.
2. Apply approved grease to the male end of the lighthead and locking key before installation, to ensure smooth
movement.
3. Ensure the safety plug is removed prior to lighthead installation.
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[4]
[3] [2] [1]
[8]
[6]
Item
Description
1
Locking Key
2
Locking Key Door Cover
3
M3 Screws
4
Safety Plug
5
Nose Cone
6
Yoke
7
Groove
8
Nose Cone Cover
[7]
Note: Two people are required for steps 4-10.
4. Rotate the nose cone cover [8] until the slot lines up with the slot on the spring arm.
5. Have one person hold down the spring arm and another person hold the lighthead [7].
6. Insert/mount light yoke [6] into the spring arm stem. Take care when inserting the lighthead.
Ensure the wiring does not catch or pinch between the spring arm stem and device.
7. Insert the locking key [1].
8. Turn the nose cone 180° until the locking key door screw slot is lined up.
9. Install the locking key door [2] with the M3 screw [3] using the 2 mm Allen key.
10. Insert the brake screw [4] (if applicable) to assure the lighthead is securely fastened and free to move/rotate.
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Installation: Amico iCE LED Light
Normal System/LCH with Camera
1. Ensure the unit is disconnected from the power supply, with no possible accidental reconnection.
2. Ensure the brake screw is backed out or removed all together.
3. Apply OASYS approved grease to the male end of the lighthead and locking key before installation to ensure
smooth movement.
4. Fish the camera and power cables from the top of the drop tube, until it comes out the end of the spring arm.
Do not fish the camera controller box cable through the drop tube.
5. Remove protective cap from the light.
NOTE: Three people are required for steps 6-15.
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Camera cable.
Installation: Amico iCE LED Light
6. Have one person hold down the spring arm, and another person position the lighthead close to the spring arm
stem.
7. Have a third person fish the power cable from the spring arm through the yoke axle.
8. Fish camera cable through the yoke axle. The cables should now be arranged as shown below.
Fish the Power Cable
through this end.
Power Cable
9. Align lemo connectors.
10. Connect lemo connector and two pin connector, and push the cables into the yoke axle as seen below.
Lemo Connector & Two Pin Connector
Lemo Connector Alignment
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WARNING: Be very careful not to bend the lemo cables.
11. Install protective cap of the light yoke with the Allen Key.
Connect Cables and push them up
12. Re-install or re-tighten the brake screw as necessary.
Protective Cap of the Light Yoke
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Installing in Light Camera (Optional Accessory)
1. Connect the Lemo Connector to the camera.
Connector
Jacket
Release
Button
Release
Button
2. Install camera on light.
3. In order to remove the camera press the two release buttons highlighted by the arrows above.
4. To disconnect the connection, pull on the connector jacket only.
NOTE: Do not pull on cable.
Connecting the Camera Controller Box
1. Insert the 15-Pin VGA Cable into the Camera Controller Box’s Input.
2. Connect the Output of the Camera Controller Box to the monitor’s Input.
Ethernet Connectivity for
Video Integration
Camera Programming
Video Output to
Camera: Y/Pb/Pr
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Installation: Adjustments
Brake Adjustment
In order to conduct brake adjustments, the extension arm
covers must be installed/removed. Observe the following
instructions:
1. Firmly grasp the ends of the covers, pull them apart
until they separate from one another and are free
from the arm.
2. In order to install the covers, line up the tabs and slots
and then press in.
In order to carry out brake adjustments, observe the following instructions:
1. Ensure that the adaptor or lighthead has been installed.
2. Locate the brake screw on the extension arm or core module.
3. On an extension arm, two brake screws are located on the end, under the covers [1].
4. On a core module, two brake screws [2] are located on the rear.
5. Using a large flat head screwdriver, tighten the brake screw to stiffen the lightheads movement, or loosen the
brake screw to loosen the lightheads movement.
[2]
[1]
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Installation/Removal of the Spring Arm
In order to access the spring arm to carry out load, parallel and vertical adjustments; as well as access for cable routing,
you must be able to remove the plastic covers surrounding the spring arm.
Removal:
1. Remove all four plug covers [1] first by rotating each one counter clockwise until you hear a *click* and removing
them from the spring arm main covers [2].
2. Remove two screws [3] from one main cover using a 2.5 mm Allen Key and pry the first cover off.
3. Remove the last two screws from the second main cover, then remove the final cover. Be sure not to damage the
sliding flap covers [4] when removing the main covers.
Installation:
4. In order to install the plastic covers, carry out the preceding steps in reverse.
5. Do not attempt to install the main covers with the sliding cover flaps installed.
6. Leave the flap covers extended and raise the spring arm to its highest and lowest positions and slide each flap into
its groove when all other plastic covers have been assembled.
[4]
[2]
[3] [1]
Item
Description
1
Plug Covers
2
Spring Arm Main Covers
3
Screws
4
Sliding Flap Covers
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Installation: Adjustments
Load Adjustment
Drifting
If a spring arm supports a load that is greater (or less) than the force of the spring, the spring arm will not stay perfectly
in place because the weight of the load pulls the spring arm downward (or upward).
Adjustment of the spring inside the spring arm will allow the user to fine tune the spring arms ability to support a
load. Load adjustments must also be carried out during regular maintenance.
Risk of Damage to the Spring
The spring arm supplied has a specific spring with a specific load range. Please refer to your product sticker attached
to the arm for your exact load ranges. Not adhering to these load ranges may result in permanent damage to the
spring, causing the arm to drift and prematurely fail. Replacement or service by a technician may be required.
Risk of Pinched Fingers
Fingers can be pinched or cut if inserted into the load adjustment window of the spring arm body. Exercise caution
when making adjustments to components inside the spring arm body. Components inside will move when spring arm
is moved up or down. Do not insert fingers or tools into the load adjustment window when the spring arm is moving.
In order to carry out load adjustments, observe the
following instructions:
[3]
[1]
1. Ensure that the main covers of the spring arm have
been removed and the lighthead has been installed
to the spring arm.
Note: While performing a load adjustment, it
is recommended that you compensate for the
removal of the covers by adding an equivalent to a
1 lbs weight (equal to one side cover being hung)
at the end of the spring arm.
2. Locate the load adjustment window [1] in the
spring arm body and the load adjustment nut [2].
(Depending on its first calibration, the spring arm
may have to be moved up or down to bring the nut
into view.)
3. Insert the adjustment tool [3] into one of the holes
on the nut.
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Installation: Adjustments
4. If the spring arm has a tendency to drift down, the spring tension is too low. Tighten the nut until the drift is
eliminated and the spring arm supports the load evenly.
5. If the spring arm has a tendency to drift up, the spring tension is too high. Loosen the nut until the drift is
eliminated and the spring arm supports the load evenly.
6. Replace the covers.
Parallel Adjustment
In order to carry out parallel adjustments:
1. Ensure that the main covers of the spring arm have been removed and the lighthead has been installed to the
spring arm.
2. Locate the parallel adjustment window [1] in the spring arm body and the parallel adjustment nut [2]. (Depending
on its first calibration, the spring arm may have to be moved up or down to bring the nut into view.)
3. Insert the adjustment tool [3] into one of the holes on the nut.
4. Rotate the nut counter clockwise to bring the lighthead end of the spring arm INWARD, towards the rest of the
spring arm.
5. Rotate the nut clockwise to bring the lighthead end of the spring arm OUTWARD, away from the rest of the spring
arm.
6. Replace the covers.
[3]
[1]
[2]
Item
Description
1
Parallel Adjustment Window
2
Parallel Adjustment Nut
3
Adjustment Tool
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Installation: Adjustments
Vertical Adjustment
Vertical stop screws can be adjusted to avoid collision
with a low ceiling or with other spring arms in operation
above or below it.
Vertical Stop Screw
1. Locate the vertical adjustment screws; the fixed end
of the spring arm has four vertical adjustment screws.
2. OASYS spring arms contain a built-in 45° degree stop,
which is enabled by unscrewing all four vertical stop
screws with a 5 mm Allen key.
3. For angles between 0° and 30°, adjust the spring arm
away from the stops, unscrew all of the vertical stop
screws and replace them in the correct positions.
4. Replace the covers.
Vertical Stop Screw
Installation: The Base Cap
1. Center the base cap at the bottom of the central axis over the retaining lock nut.
2. Align the locking tooth into one of the notches in the nut at the bottom of the central axis.
3. Press the cover up until it bottoms against the nut. Lightly tighten the three set screws equally, until the cover is
snug and secure.
Central Axis
Locking Tooth
Base Cap
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Mounting the Terminal Box
There are two mounting options to installing the Terminal box:
1. Drop Tube Mount
2. Anchor Plate Bolt Mount (*Available upon request).
Option 1: Drop Tube Mount
Part Number
Description
Quantity
FS-SCR-SC-M4-22-SS
M4X0.7-22 Socket Cap Screw
2
FS-WSH-M4-SS
M4 Flat Washer
2
Figure 1
Figure 2
Installation Step
Description
Tool(s) Needed
Reference Figures(s)
1
Using two of the three M4 Pem Nuts (circled in Figure 1),
fasten the Terminal Box on the top side of the Flanged
Drop Tube using two M4 screws with washers.
3 mm Hex Drive
Figure 1, Figure 2
2
Connect all wire harnesses per configuration
3
Use cable tie all loose wired together to a structure
Table 1
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Installation: Terminal Box
Connecting the Terminal Box
The iCE30/iCE25 system comes with wire harnesses pre-installed on all related components.
Plug in all the required components depending on your configuration.
Table 1
Configuration
iCE Series
iCE Series with Wall Control
iCE Series Camera Ready/Camera Adder
iCE Series with Wall Control and Camera
Spring Arm Camera
24 VDC
Power In
ü
ü
ü
ü
ü
Light In
Wall Control
ü
ü
ü
ü
VGA to Camera
Box
ü
ü
ü
ü
Terminal box is used to consolidate all connections into one place.
Figure 1
Figure 2
To insert the connectors into the terminal block, the required connections are as listed:
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24 VDC Power In
Wall Control
Camera In
Camera Box
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Power Pass
Through
ü
Terminal Box Usage
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Camera In
ü
ü
ü
ü
Installation: Terminal Box
Prewired Harnesses
All harnesses are prewired on to all of the components needed for installation.
Prewired Harenesses
iCE 30/iCE 25 Lamphead
iCE 30/iCE 25 Wall Control
24 VDC Power Supply
Camera Control Box Cable
Contect To
Light In
Wall Control
24 VDC Power In
VGA to Camera Box
Wiring Description
Reference Figure
• White: +24 VDC
• Black: Negative
• Green (18 AWG): Commnication
• Blank
• Green (18 AWG): Commnication
• Black: Negative
• White: +24 VDC
• Black : Negative
• Green (12 AWG): Ground (if applicable)
• White: +24 VDC
• Standard SVGA-15 Cable
• Included in camera adder and spring arm
camera units
Camera Video/Data Cable
Camera In
• Custom DSUB9 Cable
• Included in camera adder, camera ready
and spring arm camera units
Camera Power Cable
Power Pass
Through
• Custom Barrel Connectors
• Positive Centre; +12VDC
• Included in spring arm camera units
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Installation: Terminal Box
Initializing and Troubleshooting
When initializing, if the power supply is working properly, a green LED should turn on. If there is a fault with the power
supply, a red LED would turn on instead.
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Description of Issue
Steps to Repair
The red LED is on and nothing is working.
Carefully check the power supply’s voltage; the voltage should be 24 VDC. If not, then
the power supply will have to be changed.
The green LED is on but the lights do not power on.
Check that the connection of the “LIGHT IN” is properly plugged in. If it is, there might
be a problem with the Light.
The green LED is on and the Lights work, the camera however
does not turn on.
Check if the VGA connection and the DSUB9 connection are secure. Also check the
VGA connection on the camera control box is secure.
The LED’s on the power supply box do not turn on, and
nothing is working.
Make sure the main power is on. If it is and the LED indicator is still off, turn off the
main power again and double check your connections.
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Operation: The Amico iCE LED Light
Lighthead Control Panel
6
1
4
3
5
Press to decrease
brightness
2
Press to increase
brightness
Lighthead Control Panel
1. Turning the light On and Off: The LED will light up when the lamp is in the On position.
2. Adjusting the light brightness: The brightness can be adjusted to 50% to 100% (total of 5 steps).
3. Switching light to endo mode: To deactivate endo mode you can either press Endo button again or press any
brightness buttons.
4. To activate the depth light press the Depth button: To deactivate the depth light press the Depth button again.
This feature enables an optimum illumination of the wound field according to its texture and shadowing effects.
This is very important in case of small and deep wound channels.
5. Brightness level indicators show the current brightness level of the LED.
6. A blinking red light indicates the failure of one of the fuses or the emergency by-pass switch has been activated.
Wall Control Panel for Light (Only if Purchased)
• The Wall Control Panel will have the exact same features as the Lighthead Control Panel. The Wall Control Panel
is a feature provided at an additional cost.
• There is a two second delay in the Power button of the Wall Control. If the light does not turn on, but the LED
indicator turns on, you will have to press Wall Control, wait 2 seconds, and turn it back on.
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Camera Control Box
Zoom
Power
Focus
Brightness
Rotate
Source
INT
Freeze
AUTO
AUTO
EXT
1
2
3
4
5
Press to decrease
brightness
6
7
Press to increase
brightness
Emergency Shut Down
If the Down Brightness button on the Wall Control is held, the lighthead would commence emergency shutdown.
Camera Control Box (Camera Adder Only)
1. Pressing the Power button turns the camera On and Off.
2. To freeze the image please press Freeze button. Press the button again to continue viewing with camera.
3. Zoom in and out as required with these buttons.
4. Adjust the Focus feature to focus on the required area. The Auto Focus feature is initiated automatically on startup
for user convenience (the Auto button will light up for easy indication). To deactivate auto focus, press either of the
two Focus buttons.
5. Adjusting the brightness (camera iris) of the camera as required. The Auto Brightness feature is initiated
automatically on startup for user convenience (the Auto button will light up for easy indication). To deactivate
auto brightness press either of the two Brightness buttons.
6. Rotate camera up to 270° by using rotate function.
7. The internal source will be automatically pre-selected when camera is turned on. Press the Ext button to use other
external video sources, to be displayed on the connected monitor.
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Operation: The Amico iCE LED Light
Emergency Bypass Switch
1. The Amico iCE Series LED Lights come equipped with an emergency bypass switch in the case a controller board
or lighthead control switch fails.
2. The emergency bypass switch is located at the lighthead and yoke joint (pictured below).
3. By activating this switch, power is directed straight to the LED pods providing the maximum LUX of the respective
lighthead. Note: The maximum brightness is only available if all the LED pods are operational.
Emergency Bypass Switch
Beam Size Adjustment
1. Amico iCE Series LED Lights come with a handle for adjusting the beams. By turning the handle, you can either
increase or decrease the beam size. This creates a beam ranging from 7.6" - 12" (193 mm - 305 mm).
Use the Center Handle or the In-Light Camera to Decrease or Expand Beams
Beam Focused in to Form a 7.6" (193 mm) Diameter Light Field
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Operation: The Amico iCE LED Light
Expanded beam size
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Operation: Cleaning the Amico iCE LED Light
Non-Sterilizable Handle (Plastic/Aluminum)
1. At delivery, the lamp is equipped with an aluminum or plastic non-sterilizable handle. This handle must not be
sterilized as it will cause damage to the handle.
2. The handles will be supplied with disposable, sterile covers. Handle disposable covers often become unsterile
during an operation. Therefore always keep extra disposable handle covers available for exchange.
3. An in-light camera may be purchased as an accessory to the lamp. In this case, you can remove the handle using
the below steps:
• To remove, press the release button and pull the handle away from the light.
• To attach, simply insert the handle into the handle adapter until a "click" is heard.
D
Disconnecting and Reconnecting Sterilizable Handle
PRESS TO RELEASE
PRESS TO RELEASE
SLIDE TO SNAP IN
SLIDE TO SNAP IN
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Operation: Cleaning the Amico iCE LED Light
Lamp Housing, Protective Lens and Support System
1. The Amico lamp system has a high-quality surface which can be cleaned with conventional cleaning agents.
• Virox Accel TB
• Virox 5
• Dispatch Hospital Cleaner disinfectant towels with Bleach
• Clorox Healthcare Professional Disinfecting Bleach Wipes
• Sani-cloth super germicidal disposable wipes
• Virocidin-X
2. The lens system (front glass) is made of a high-quality clear acrylic.
a. Pay attention to the following during cleaning:
ii. Never wipe over the lens system with a dry cloth (always clean with a wet/damp cloth).
iii.Do not use disinfectants with any alcohol.
iv.In addition the following disinfectants may be used to clean the lens.
• Virox Accel TB (Accelerated Hydrogen Peroxide 0.5%)
• Virox 5
• Dispatch Hospital Cleaner disinfectant towels with Bleach
• Clorox Healthcare Professional Disinfecting Bleach Wipes
v. Wipe the lens system after cleaning with an anti-static, non-fluffy cloth.
* Always follow instructions outlined by the cleaning agent manufacturer. Do not deviate without approval from Manufacturer.
** Do not exceed the recommended cleaning time outlined by the manufacturer
*** Always wipe parts with anti-static, non-fluffy cloth to remove excess cleaning agent
**** Do NOT use any agents not listed above, as it may result in premature failure of product
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Maintenance: Amico iCE LED Lights
1. Amico iCE Series LED Lights are supplied with brakes on the suspension fixture and on the lamp housing. If
necessary, adjust these brakes after installation.
2. If the lamp is difficult to move, or if it does not keep its position, the brake forces needs to be adjusted.
3. Preventive maintenance of the light should be done every two years. This includes a technical and mechanical
check-up.
4. In order to keep the system working properly throughout its lifespan, we recommend that the hinges should be
greased once a year with acid-free grease.
5. When adjusting the brakes or the hinges at the ceiling attachment, please refer to Installing the Central Axis
Arms on page 20. Attention - Before dismounting the lamp, set the height adjustment of the spring arm to the
horizontal position.
Maintenance: OASYS Spring Arm
Bi-annual inspection (to be completed by qualified technicians):
1. The spring arm and lighthead moves smoothly without any noise or grinding.
2. Locking key thickness must not be less than 0.060" (1.52 mm) thick and 0.250" (6.35 mm) deep at any point.
3. Ensure that the spring arm does not have any cracks or damage to the paint or plastic covers.
4. The spring arm should not drift when loaded.
5. Lubricate the moving joints with OASYS approved grease.
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Maintenance: OASYS Spring Arm
Annual Inspection (to be completed by qualified technicians):
1. All labels are attached and are legible.
2. All spring arm components are not deformed.
3. All moving parts are free from squeaking and are not loose.
4. Rotational stops are working correctly.
5. All components are free from collision damage.
6. Welds are free from cracks.
7. Load, parallel, brake and vertical adjustments are conducted to ensure the spring arm is performing correctly.
Refer to section, Installation: Adjustments, pg. 34-38.
Troubleshooting
Should problems arise with the use of the Amico Series iCE LED Lights, review the following chart. Find the fault
and complete the recommended solution. If the fault is not found and or/the solution does not correct the problem
contact Amico Clinical Solutions Corp.
Fault
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Recommended Solution
The emergency red light indicator is “On”
• Switch “Off” the emergency switch to cancel Emergency By-Pass mode
• If one or two LED Pods stop working, the fuse may be blown and it may
need to be replaced by a qualified technician
A button on the main mylar controller has
stopped functioning
• The mylar controller may need to be replaced
A button on the wall mylar controller has
stopped functioning
• The wall mylar controller may need to be replaced
Lighthead is drifting
• Tighten up the exposed screws on the yokes or the central axis using a
3/8" flat head screwdriver.
Glass is dirty
• Follow “Operation: Cleaning the Amico iCE LED Light”
An LED is not functioning
• The pod needs to be replaced by a qualified technician
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Environmental Conditions
Operation
MIN
MAX
+10°C
+40°C
30%
75%
700 hPa
1060 hPa
MIN
MAX
Temperature
-10°C
+50°C
Relative atmospheric humidity
20%
90%
700 hPa
1060 hPa
Temperature
Relative atmospheric humidity
Air pressure
Transport / Storage
Air pressure
References on the Package
+50 C°
-10 C°
Temperature range
for transport
and storage
RH
P
20% - 90%
700hPa - 1060hPa
Atmospheric
humidity
for transport
and storage
Air pressure
for transport
and storage
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Technical Data for OASYS Central Axis and Spring Arms
Net Weights
Structural Ceiling Plate with 6 Tubes and 6 Threaded Rods ...............................................................................................75 lbs
Interface Plate ......................................................................................................................................................................................35 lbs
Flanged Ceiling Tube (weight per meter)............................................................................................................................... 38.5 lbs
Ceiling Cover Disc and Retainer....................................................................................................................................................4.5 lbs
Central Axis with Spindle 1 Arm / 2 Arm..................................................................................................................... 37 lbs / 39 lbs
Central Axis with Spindle 3 Arm / 4 Arm...................................................................................................................... 42 lbs/ 49 lbs
OASYS 2001 Spring Arm................................................................................................................................................... 6.8 kg (15 lbs)
OASYS 3001 Spring Arm................................................................................................................................................... 7.7 kg (17 lbs)
Maximum Total Service Load
Central Axis 4 Arm
(4 Extension Arms 28", 34", 40", 46")........................................................................................................................................... 565 lbs
Central Axis 3 Arm
(3 Extension Arms 28", 34", 40")................................................................................................................................................... 463 lbs
(3 Extension Arms 34", 40", 46")................................................................................................................................................... 465 lbs
Central Axis 2 Arm
(2 Extension Arms 28", 34") .......................................................................................................................................................... 371 lbs
(2 Extension Arms 34", 40") .......................................................................................................................................................... 373 lbs
(2 Extension Arms 40", 46") .......................................................................................................................................................... 375 lbs
Central Axis 1 Arm
(1 Extension Arm 28") .................................................................................................................................................................... 269 lbs
(1 Extension Arm 34") .................................................................................................................................................................... 271 lbs
(1 Extension Arm 40") .................................................................................................................................................................... 273 lbs
(1 Extension Arm 46") .................................................................................................................................................................... 275 lbs
Maximum Service Load of the Standard Spring Arms
OASYS 2001 Spring Arm...................................................................................................................................................................46 lbs
OASYS 3001 Spring Arm...................................................................................................................................................................66 lbs
Electrical Data
Amico iCE Series LED System Ratings
Maximum Voltage................................................................................................................................................................. 100-240 VAC
Nominal Frequency......................................................................................................................................................................50-60 Hz
Maximum Current........................................................................................................................................................................ 4.0-2.0 A
Brakes
Extension Arm.................................................................................................................................................................... Friction brakes
Noise Level
Sound Energy Levels..................................................................................................>30 db(A) (EN ISO 3744) are not exceeded
Operation
Hand Forces........................................................................................................................................................................................ < 2 lbs
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Technical Data for OASYS Central Axis and Spring Arms
Classification
IEC 60601-1, UL 60601-1, CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 601.1-M90
Device Protection – Class I
Protection Type – enclosed design ordinary appliance (enclosed unit with no protection against ingress of
water)
Applicable Standards
UL 60601-1:2003
Approval for Standard Version
The pendant system is tested under UL 60601-1:2003
EC Conformity
The central axis complies with the provisions of directive 93/42/EEC (medical devices directives) and directive
89/336/EEC (EMC directive)
The Pendant System is Only Approved for the Connection of the Following Devices
• The central axis is only approved for the connection of medical end devices such as monitors, operating and
examination lamps as well as devices for diagnostics, treatment or surgical interventions bearing the CE mark.
• When these devices are attached to the central axis, the distributor must submit a declaration as specified by
article 12 of directive 93/42/EEC (Medical Devices Directive).
• When other devices are attached, a new conformity assessment must be drawn up.
Combination with Other Medical Devices
• The central axis is equipped with end devices (e.g. monitors) from other manufacturers.
• Please refer to the instructions supplied by the respective manufacturer for the necessary information on
installing the end device.
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Electromagnetic Compliance Data for iCE Series
Guidance and Manufacturer’s Declaration – Electromagnetic Emissions
The equipment or system is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or
the user of the equipment or system should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Emissions Test
RF Emissions
CISPR 11
Group 1
RF Emissions
CISPR 11
Class A
Harmonic Emissions
IEC 61000-3-2
Voltage Fluctuations /
Flicker Emissions
IEC 61000-3-3
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Compliance
Amico Clinical Solutions Corp.
Class A
Complies
Electromagnetic Environment – Guidance
The equipment or system 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 equipment or system 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.
Electromagnetic Compliance Data for iCE Series
Guidance and Manufacturer’s Declaration – Electromagnetic Immunity
The equipment or system is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or
the user of the equipment or system should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Immunity Test
IEC 60601 Test Level
Compliance Level
Electromagnetic
Environment –
Guidance
Electrostatic
Discharge (ESD)
IEC 61000-4-2
±6 kV contact
±8 kV air
±6 kV contact
±8 kV air
Floors should be wood,
concrete or ceramic
tile. If floors are covered
with synthetic material,
the relative humidity
should be at least 30%.
Electrical Fast
Transient/Burst
IEC 61000-4-4
±2 kV for power
supply lines
±1 kV for input/
output lines
±1 kV for power supply
lines
±0.250 kV for input/
output lines
Mains power quality
should be that of a
typical commercial or
hospital environment.
Surge
IEC 61000-4-5
±1 kV line(s) to
line(s)
±2 kV line(s) to earth
±1 kV line(s) to line(s)
±2 kV line(s) to earth
Mains power quality
should be that of a
typical commercial or
hospital environment.
<5 % UT
(>95 % dip in UT)
for 0,5 cycle
Voltage Dips, Short
Interruptions and
Voltage Variations on
Power Supply Input
Lines IEC 61000-4-11
40 % UT
(60 % dip in UT)
for 5 cycles
70 % UT
(30 % dip in UT)
for 25 cycles
<5 % UT
(>95 % dip in UT)
for 5 sec
Power Frequency
(50/60 Hz) Magnetic
Field IEC 61000-4-8
3A/m
<5 % UT
(>95 % dip in UT)
for 0,5 cycle
40 % UT
(60 % dip in UT)
for 5 cycles
70 % UT
(30 % dip in UT)
for 25 cycles
<5 % UT
(>95 % dip in UT)
for 5 sec
Not Applicable
Mains power quality
should be that of a
typical commercial or
hospital environment.
If the user of the
equipment or
system requires
continued operation
during power mains
interruptions, it is
recommended that the
equipment or system
be powered from an
uninterruptible power
supply or a battery.
Power frequency
magnetic fields
should be at levels
characteristic of a
typical commercial or
hospital environment.
NOTE: UT is the A.C. mains voltage prior to application of the test level.
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Electromagnetic Compliance Data for iCE Series
Guidance and Manufacturer’s Declaration – Electromagnetic Immunity
The ME EQUIPMENT or ME SYSTEM is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer
or the user of the ME EQUIPMENT or ME SYSTEM should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Immunity Test
IEC 60601 Test Level
Compliance Level
Electromagnetic Environment – Guidance
Portable and mobile RF communications
equipment should be used no closer to any part
of the ME EQUIPMENT or ME SYSTEM, including
cables, than the recommended separation
distance calculated from the equation applicable
to the frequency of the transmitter.
Recommended separation distance:
d = 1.2√P 80 MHz to 800 MHz
d = 2.3√P
800 MHz to 2,5 GHz
Conducted RF
IEC 61000-4-6
Radiated RF
IEC 61000-4-3
3 Vrms
150 kHz to 80
MHz
3 V/m
80 MHz to 2,5
GHz
3 Vrms
3 V/m
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 metres (m).
Field strengths from fixed RF transmitters, as
determined by an electromagnetic site survey (a)
should be less than the compliance level in each
frequency range (b)
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, land mobile
radios, amateur radio, AM and FM radio broadcast and TV broadcast cannot be accurately predicted. To assess the
electromagnetic environment for fixed RF transmitters, an electromagnetic site survey should be considered. If the
measured field strength in the location in which the ME EQUIPMENT or ME SYSTEM is used exceeds the applicable
RF compliance level above, the ME EQUIPMENT or ME SYSTEM should be observed to verify normal operation. If
abnormal performance is observed, additional measures may be necessary, such as re-orienting or relocating the
ME EQUIPMENT or ME SYSTEM.
b. Over the frequency range of 150 kHz to 80 MHz, field strengths should be less than 3 V/m.
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Recommended Separation Distances Between Portable and Mobile RF
Communications Equipment and the Equipment or System
The equipment or system is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF disturbances
are controlled. The customer or user of the equipment or system can help prevent electromagnetic interference by
maintaining a minimum distance between portable and mobile RF communications equipment (transmitters) and
the equipment or system as recommended below, according to the maximum output power of the communications
equipment.
Rated maximum
output power of
transmitter
Separation distance according to frequency of transmitter
m
150 kHz to 80 MHz
80 MHz to 800 MHz
800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
d=1.2√P
d=1.2√P
d=2.3√P
0.01
0.12
0.12
0.23
0.1
0.38
0.38
0.73
1
1.2
1.2
2.3
10
3.8
3.8
7.3
100
12
12
23
W
For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended separation distance (d) in
metres (m) can be estimated using the equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter, where (P) is the
maximum output power 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 2: These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and
reflection from structures, objects and people.
Disposal
1. The surgical lamp doesn’t contain any dangerous goods.
2. The components of the surgical lamp should be properly disposed of at the end of its shelf-life.
3. Make sure that the materials are carefully separated.
4. The electrical conducting boards should be submitted to an appropriate recycling facility.
5. The rest of the components should be disposed of in methods applicable to the contained materials.
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Warranty Policy - Surgical Lights
Amico Clinical Solutions Corp. will warrant its manufactured equipment for up to five (5) years from date of installation. Amico
Clinical Solutions Corp.’s warranty will not cover any disposable, sterilizable or single use products.
iCE series surgical lamp heads are warrantied to be free of defects for five (5) years from date of installation. During the first twelve
(12) months after installation, Amico Clinical Solutions Corp. will, at its own cost, repair and/or replace any part on site or at the
factory which has proven to be defective. After the first twelve (12) months, Amico Clinical Solutions Corp. will only provide
replacement parts; shipping and installation costs will be borne by the customer.
Monitors are warrantied as per the warranty provided by the monitor manufacturer selected by the customer or Amico Clinical
Solutions Corp.
Monitor holders are warrantied to be free of defects for five (5) years from date of installation. During the first twelve (12) months
after installation, Amico Clinical Solutions Corp. will, at its own cost, repair and/or replace any part on site or at the factory which
has proven to be defective. After the first twelve (12) months, Amico Clinical Solutions Corp. will only provide replacement parts;
shipping and installation costs will be borne by the customer.
HD Cameras, in-light or spring arm mounted, are warrantied for a period of twelve (12) months from date of installation. During
this period, Amico Clinical Solutions Corp. will, at its own cost, repair and/or replace any part on site or at the factory which has
proven to be defective.
Suspension systems for the surgical lamps and monitor holders are warrantied for a period of twelve (12) months from date of
installation. During this period Amico Clinical Solutions Corp. will, at its own cost, repair and/or replace any part on site or at the
factory which has proven to be defective.
This warranty is valid only when the equipment has been properly installed as outlined in the Amico Clinical Solutions’ Corp.
specifications. The validity of this warranty also depends on the proper usage and timely servicing of our equipment according to
Amico Clinical Solutions Corp.’s recommendations. Amico Clinical Solutions’ Corp. does not cover damages as a result of shipment
failures, accidents, misuse, abuse, neglect, mishandling, alteration, misapplication or damages which may be attributed to acts of
God.
Amico Clinical Solutions Corp. shall not be liable for incidental or consequential damages resulting from the use/misuse of the
equipment.
All claims for warranty must first be approved by Amico Clinical Solutions Corp.’s service department at: [email protected]
or 1.877.462.6426. A valid Return Goods Authorization (RGA) number must be obtained from Amico Clinical Solution Corp. prior
to commencement of any service work. Warranty work which has not been pre-authorized by Amico Clinical Solutions Corp. will
not be reimbursed.
Amico Clinical Solutions Corp. 85 Fulton Way, Richmond Hill, ON L4B 2N4, Canada
71 East Industry Court, Deer Park, NY 11729, USA
Tel: 905.764.0800 | Fax: 905.764.0862
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85 Fulton Way, Richmond Hill
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Toll Free Tel: 1.877.264.2697
Toll Free Fax: 1.866.440.4986
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