Code 29612 LED COLPOSCOPE - 9X

Code 29612 LED COLPOSCOPE - 9X
Gima S.p.A. – Via Marconi, 1 - 20060 Gessate (MI) Italy
Italia: tel 199 400 401 – fax 199 400 403 – [email protected]
Export: phone + 39 02 953854209/221/225 – fax + 39 02 95380056 - [email protected]
Code 29612
User Manual
LED Bulb Cover
Green Filter Knob
Head Inclination
Adjusting Knob
Rheostat Knob
Diopter Knobs
Fine Height
Fine Focus
Gross Height
Adjustment and
Locking Knob
Fuse Seat
Power Plug
Indications for Use
The Colposcope is a device designed to permit viewing of the tissues of the vagina and cervix by
a telescopic system located outside the vagina. A Colposcope is used to diagnose and examine abnormalities of
the vagina and cervix.
1. Features
Hand polished optics for exceptional clarity
Individual y adjustable binocular optics for true stereoscopic view
Optical measuring circles for precise measurements
Focal length: 320mm
Field of View: > 22mm diameter
Depth of Field: > 3mm
Smooth adjustable controls for gross and fine focus
Universal Teflon® bal joint never has to be tightened or adjusted and it
gives you fluid 360° motion for gross focus
A space saving small footprint: Length is 14", Width is 12"
Clutter reducing internal power cable
Working height: 33" – 47"
Clear, bright, long-lasting LED light source
Light intensity: 10,000 LUX
One piece shipping that puts you in operation with minutes of opening
the box (no salesperson necessary)
Overall magnification 9X
2. Contents of Box
1 Colposcope
1 Power Cord
2 Fuses
1 Plastic Dust Cover
1 Instructions for Use
1 Phillips Screwdriver
3. Removing the Colposcope From the Box
The Colposcope comes with a one year warranty with free repairs
(shipping not included). Please keep this box and the protective foam for
at least a year; should you need to return it for any warranty
During the handling and unpacking, the box must be placed in the up
position according to the arrows that are printed on the outer box.
Remove top protective material.
Grasp the Colposcope at the center post (A cutout in the foam for
your hands is provided.) and lift the Colposcope straight out of the
protective material. Note: When removing the instrument out of the
protective foam, remove with care to prevent the instrument from
being damaged.
4. Setting Up the Colposcope
A. Remove the power cord from the shipping box.
B. Insert the power cord into the plug located at the back end of the base.
C. Insert the other end of the power cord into the wall socket. Note: It
must be a 3 hole wall socket, in order to ensure proper grounding of
the instrument.
D. Depress the power on/off button with your right foot, to turn on the
power. The power indicator light will come on at that time.
E. Important: Rotate the Rheostat Knob to turn on the Viewing Light.
F. When the instrument is ready to be shut off, simply depress the power
on/off button with your right foot. The power indicator light will go off
at that time.
5. Precautions
A. For storage, the instrument should be placed in a clean, dry environment with stable temperatures to extend the life of the components
and ensure longevity of the instrument.
B. Please cover the Colposcope with the
plastic dust cover that is included with
this instrument. This will keep the optics
and components relatively dust free.
C. When storing or carrying the instrument,
adjust the instrument to the lowest
position. This will help ensure that if it is
inadvertently hit, it will resist tipping over.
6. Adjustment of the Eyepieces
The interpupillary distance (IPD) is the distance in the spacing between
a person’s eyes.
To Adjust the IPD
A. Turn on power by pressing the foot-switch on the base. On/off indication light will come on.
B. Turn the black Rheostat Knob on the left to adjust the light intensity.
Light will project from upper part of the Colposcope.
C. Gently place your eyes against the black rubber eyepieces. Grasp the
tan metal housing with both hands. Gently rotate the barrels together
or apart. A singular circular image should be seen through both eyepieces. This adjustment is similar to adjusting the eyepieces of
Lenses Before Adjustment
Lenses Adjusted
Lenses During Adjustment
7. Adjustment of the Diopter Knobs
Measurement at Tissue Site 9X
7.6mm Line
1.5mm Line
Focusing the Colposcope
A. Set the Diopter Knobs at zero.
B. Turn the Colposcope on, place your eyes against the eyepieces, and
focus the Colposcope on a fixed object until that object appears clear
and sharp.
C. It is recommended to focus on letters such as a book or a magazine.
D. Close your right eye. With your left hand, rotate the Diopter Knob until
the object is clear and sharp for your left eye. Note: The Diopter allows
you to adjust for plus and minus vision corrections.
E. Then close your left eye. With your right hand, rotate the diopter knob
until the object is clear and sharp for your right eye. Note: The Diopter
allows you to adjust for plus and minus vision corrections.
F. This adjustment of the diopters will put the in Colposcope focus. You will see two measuring circles
⎞mm A B
A 9X 1.5 7.6
through the lens. The large circle is 7.6mm and the
small circle is 1.5mm. Note: There is a chart on the
right tan metal housing.
G. It is important to keep a record of the adjustments on the Diopters for
both your left and right eyes. Since
most offices have multiple people
using the Colposcope, the eyepieces will be different when someone
else wants to use it. By remembering your diopter settings, clarity can
be achieved by simply moving the
diopters to your setting when you
are ready to use the Colposcope.
This avoids you going through steps
A–E each time.
A Note for Eyeglass Wearers:
For best results when wearing eyeglasses, fold down the Colposcope’s
rubber eye cups. Then place your eyeglasses against the folded down
eye cups while using the Colposcope. When you are finished using the
Colposcope, unfold the rubber eyepieces to maintain the correct memory
in those rubber eyepieces.
8. Colposcope Instructions for Use
The following briefly describes using the Colposcope with a patient. It is
recommended that you practice using the Colposcope to familiarize yourself with all of the features it has to offer.
A. With patient in lithotomy position, your Colposcope should be placed
so that the head of the scope is 320mm from the area you wish to
view, with the post to as near vertical as possible. Rotate the Gross
Height Adjustment and Locking Knob to loosen it and move the
inner post up or down. Tighten the knob to lock the inner post in place.
Gross Height
Adjustment and
Locking Knob
B. In a sitting position, place your feet on the rubber pad part of the base.
Place your eyes against the eyepiece. Adjust for pupillary distance and
make sure that you set your correct diopter reading. Place your right
hand on the Fine Height Adjustment Handle and your left hand on
the Fine Focus Handle. Note: Do not try to focus with Fine Focus
Adjustment at this point.
Fine Height
Fine Focus
C. With your right hand on the Fine Height Adjustment Handle, slowly
push or pull the Colposcope, until the field comes into view.
Move Head Up & Down
If patient is not centered, you can move the Colposcope head in multiple
directions to change your field of vision. See photos D–H.
Move Head Left
Move Head Right
Fine Focus
Fine Height
Twist the adjustment handle to
move the head up or down.
Push the Fine Height Adjustment
Handle forward and to the left
Pull the Fine Height Adjustment
Handle backward and to the right
Angle Head Up
Angle Head Down
Push the Fine Focus Handle
down and forward.
Pull the Fine Focus Handle
up and backward.
Adjust the Fine Focus Controls to provide clear, magnified views of the
area to be examined. Rotate your left hand on the Fine Focus Handle
which will finely move the optics towards or away from the object that
you wish to view. Also, rotate your right hand which is on the Fine
Height Adjustment Handle up or down to raise or lower the optics.
Adjust light intensity rheostat as needed by turning the black Rheostat
Knob. Turn the silver Green Filter Knob for optimum assessment of
affected area.
Fine Focus
Note: Both the black Rheostat
Knob and the silver Green Filter
Knob are conveniently located
on the Colposcope head, thus
al owing the user complete control
without looking up from the
The Colposcope head may be tightened or loosened according to your
preference by turning the Head Inclination Adjusting Knob.
9. Moving the Colposcope
Gross Height
and Locking
A. Rotate the Gross Height Adjustment and Locking Knob to move the
post to a comfortable position.
B. Tighten the Gross Height Adjustment and Locking Knob.
C. Place your foot between the wheels at the front end of the base.
D. With your hand on the Fine Height Adjustment Handle, pull forward
and rol across the floor.
10. Fuse Replacement
Unscrew the Fuse Seat located at the back end of the base using the
Phillips screwdriver
that is included with the Colposcope. Remove
the broken fuse (dispose of correctly).
Replace with the fuse that is also included with the Colposcope. Two
fuses have been included for your convenience.
Screw the Fuse Seat into the proper position, using a Philips
11. Troubleshooting
Viewing Light Will Not Come On
Check the power supply
Rotate the black Rheostat Knob.
Check fuse. Fuses are located on the edge of the tilt stand base
Check power plug to ensure that it is secure
The bulb is burnt out
On-Off Light Indicator does not work
Colposcope Head Keeps Turning
Tighten Gross Height Adjustment and Locking Knob.
The product must not be disposed of along with other domestic waste. The users must dispose of this equipment by bringing
it to a specific recycling point for electric and electronic equipment. For further information on recycling points contact
the local authorities, the local recycling center or the shop where the product was purchased. If the equipment is not
disposed of correctly, fines or penalties may be applied in accordance with the national legislation and regulations.
Congratulations for purchasing a GIMA product. This product meets high qualitative standards both as regards the material
and the production. The warranty is valid for 12 months from the date of supply of GIMA. During the period of validity
of the warranty, GIMA will repair and/or replace free of charge all the defected parts due to production reasons. Labor
costs and personnel traveling expenses and packaging not included. All components subject to wear are not included
in the warranty. The repair or replacement performed during the warranty period shall not extend the warranty. The
warranty is void in the following cases: repairs performed by unauthorized personnel or with non-original spare parts,
defects caused by negligence or incorrect use. GIMA cannot be held responsible for malfunctioning on electronic
devices or software due to outside agents such as: voltage changes, electro-magnetic fields, radio interferences, etc.
The warranty is void if the above regulations are not observed and if the serial code (if available) has been removed,
cancelled or changed. The defected products must be returned only to the dealer the product was purchased from.
Products sent to GIMA will be rejected.
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