Spirit 1800 Dental Chair Use and Care Manual

Spirit 1800 Dental Chair Use and Care Manual
Spirit 1800 Dental Chair Use and Care Manual
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Table of Contents
General Information.......................................................................................................................................3
Regulatory Information..................................................................................................................................4
Cleaning Information:
Cleaning and Disinfecting Dental Equipment..........................................................................................5
Cleaning Upholstery................................................................................................................................6
Control Functions:
Chair Control Functions.......................................................................................................................7-8
Foot Control Operation and Programming.........................................................................................9-10
ErgoSoothe use and care.....................................................................................................................11
Electromagnetic Compatibility..........................................................................................................12-15
Technical Support
Technical assistance is available Monday through Friday,
8:00 am to 6:00 pm (Eastern Standard Time).
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Phone: 800-659-5922
Fax: 704-583-8506
General Information
Definitions of Symbols
Product Disposal
The following symbols may be used throughout the
product manual:
CAUTION. Failure to carefully follow the
described procedure may result in damage to
the equipment.
WARNING. Failure to carefully follow the
described procedure may result in damage to
the equipment and the operator.
Risk of electrical shock present. Make sure
power is disconnected before attempting this
procedure.
IEC Symbols
The following symbols conform to IEC labeling standards
and may be located throughout the product:
AC (Alternating Current)
Protective earth (Ground)
Contact your local authorized dealer for proper disposal
of the device to ensure compliance with your local environmental regulations.
Interference with Electromedical Devices
To guarantee the operational safety of electromedical
devices, it is recommended that the operation of mobile
radio telephones in the medical practice or hospital be
prohibited.
Strong EMI sources such as electro surgery units or
x-ray units may effect performance. If performance problems occur, move the unit to another electrical circuit or
physical location.
Incompatible Units or Accessories
To guarantee the operational safety and function of this
device, the use of unapproved unit or accessories is not
advised. Doing so could result in potential hazard.
WARNING:
To avoid possible injury and/or damage to
the chair, do not allow patient to sit on the
toeboard. Doing so may cause the chair to
tip.
Attention: Consult accompanying documents
Obtaining Technical Literature
OFF
The manufacturer will make available on request circuit
diagrams, component parts lists, descriptions, calibration
instructions or other information that will assist technical
personnel to repair and replace serviceable items.
ON
Type B equipment
(Protected against electrical shock)
Dangerous voltage
Authorized European Representative:
Manufacture Date
Medical Device and QA Services
76, Stockport Road
Timperley, Cheshire WA15 7SN U.K.
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
All fuses are labeled at point of use. Replace
fuses only with type and rating as indicated.
maximum weight capacity 400 lbs.
Volts
Spirit 1800 Chair: 115 VAC
230 VAC
Cycles
60 HZ
50 HZ
Amps
8A~
4A~
WARNING: Only authorized service technicians
should attempt to service this equipment. Use of other
than authorized technicians will void the warranty.
Intermittent 5% Duty Cycle IEC Medical Device Classification
Classification:
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Type:
B
Operation Mode:
Intermittent
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Regulatory Information
Technical Description
The dental chair is used to position the patient so that the oral cavity is in the desired position
for the dentist to perform various dental procedures. Dental chairs can be either hydraulically or
electromechanically operated. There are two dynamic functions: the base (up/down) and the back
(incline/recline). These functions are activated by use of either a footswitch or a hand-operated touch pad.
The dental chairs have the provision to mount additional dental equipment including over-the-patient
delivery systems. For this purpose the chair must provide a stable foundation for both the patient and the
additional equipment.
Power to the chair is either 115 or 230 volts. The power is delivered to a microprocessor controlled
printed circuit board. Software in the microprocessor controls the movement of the chair. The dentist can
program some chair models to preset positions.
The dental chair is classified as a Class I product per FDA CFR 21, Health Canada
Guidlines and under rule 1 of Annex IX of the MDD 93/42/EEC; accordingly, the
provisions of Annex VII apply.
Safety and Identification Markings
The following product labels appear on the dental chair. They may aid in identifying the chair’s model and
serial numbers as well as cautionary statements.
DENTAL CHAIR
DENTAL CHAIR
(230 VAC, 50/60 Hz. 4A)
MN
SP18
SN
SP18
SN
MO
YR
MO
YR
IEC Type B, Class 1, IPX4
Operation Mode:Intermittent
IEC Type B, Class 1, IPX4
Operation Mode:Intermittent
Certified to EN 60601-1 UL 60601-1
Certified to EN 60601-1 UL 60601-1
Certifed to: CAN/CSA - C22.2 NO. 601.1
Certifed to: CAN/CSA - C22.2 NO. 601.1
C
4
(115 VAC, 50/60 Hz. 8A)
MN
34488
US C
052735 Rev 0, 10/06
C
34488
US C
052736 Rev 0, 10/06
WARNINGS, DISINFECTING & STERILIZATION — CHAIRS
Infection control in the dental office continues to be a
high priority for our customers and end users. OSHA,
the ADA and the CDC are also involved in this complex
issue. The Manufacturer will not attempt to specify the
required intervals for disinfection nor can it recommend
the overall best surface disinfectant. Please refer to the
Infection Control
Recommendations published by the American Dental
Association for further information. The question is often
asked, “What should I use to disinfect my dental unit,
chair and light?” This question is more complex than it
seems because of the wide variety of products on the
market as well as formulations of the products changing
to meet the needs of increased asepsis.
Barrier Technique
The Manufacturer strongly advocates the barrier
technique be used whenever possible to preserve the
finish and appearance of the equipment.
Wherever possible disposable barriers should be used and
changed between patients. The barrier technique will
ensure maximum long term durability of the surfaces and
finishes of the equipment.
Chemical Disinfection
Regardless of the chemical disinfectant used, it is
imperative that the equipment be thoroughly washed with
mild soap and warm water at least once per day. This
wash down will minimize the harmful effects of chemical
disinfectant residues being allowed to accumulate on the
equipment. When using chemical disinfectants, always pay
strict attention to the manufacturer’s disinfectant directions.
When using concentrated disinfectants, measure the
concentrate carefully and mix according to package
directions. Disinfectant solutions that are relatively
harmless to surfaces at their recommended strengths can
be corrosive at higher than recommended dilution ratios.
Unacceptable Disinfectants
Conditionally Acceptable Disinfectants*
These disinfectants will harm the surface finishes
of dental equipment and are not recommended.
Use of these products will void your warranty.
These disinfectants have been found to be the
least harmful to the equipment surfaces by our
test methods.
Chemical Composition
Strong Phenols/Phenol Alcohol
combinations
Sodium Hypochlorite/Household Bleach
Sodium Bromide
Strong Alcohol
Household Cleaners (Dental EQuipment
Only)
Citric Acids
Iodophors**
Ammonium Chloride
Chemical Composition
Phthalaldehyde
Quaternary Ammonium
Glutaraldehyde
CAUTION
Only disinfect by wiping, no spray disinfection
Please be aware that Pelton & Crane expressly rejects any claims for warranty or damages when using other cleaning
and disinfections solutions.
*The Manufacturer makes no representation as to the disinfectant efficacy of these products. We make no warranty
expressed or implied that these disinfectants will not damage the surface finishes. Damage and discoloration of the
surface finishes are not covered under the warranty.
**Iodophor-based disinfectants will cause yellow staining on many surfaces. Regular washing with soap and water will
minimize this staining. Iodophor neutralizers such as Promedyne are also available.
WARNING
WARNING: A dental chair constructed with a magnetic headrest option may temporarily affect the
function/programming of some implantable pacemakers or defibrillators if the implanted device is
programmed to respond to a magnet. People who have these type of devices implanted should avoid dental
chairs with this magnetic headrest option.
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Cleaning Dental Chair Upholstery
NOTE: As with all cleaning products, first clean a small inconspicuous area to ensure the material
will not discolor or fade.
It is recommended that each stain be cleaned in a step by step manner using the sequence below:
1. Regular Cleaning
A solution of 10% household liquid dish soap with warm water applied with a soft damp cloth. Rinse with
clean water and wipe dry. Cleaning frequency depends upon use. It is recommended that upholstery
be cleaned between patients.
2. Stubborn Stains
Use detergent cleaners such as Formula 409 or Fantastik. Wipe using a soft cloth or bristle brush.
Rinse with clean water and wipe dry. 3. More Difficult Stains
Carefully clean the stained area with lighter fluid (naphtha) or rubbing alcohol. Apply with a soft white
cloth and rub gently. Rinse with clean water and wipe dry.
4. Ultra Leather Upholstery
· Clean spots with mild soap and water or an ordinary household cleaner such as Fantastic or 409
cleaners. Wipe off any soap residue with a clean damp cloth.
· Air dry or dry quickly with a warm setting of a hair dryer.
· For stubborn stains use a mild solvent.
· Disinfect ultra leather upholstery with a 5:1 bleach solution.
· Dry cleanable by conventional methods using commercial dry cleaning solvent.
Other Tips
· Always apply cleaners with a soft white cloth. Avoid the use of paper towels.
· When using strong cleaning solutions such as alcohol, it is advisable to first test in an inconspicuous
area.
· Never use harsh solvents or cleaners that are intended for industrial use.
· To restore luster, a light coat of spray furniture wax may be used. Apply to chair; allow to set for 30
seconds. Lightly buff dry with a clean, dry cloth.
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Chair Control Functions
Swing-out Armrests: The armrests rotate outward and will set in either of two positions (straight out or
back). Simply push the toe end of the armrest as shown until it snaps into either setting. Pushing back
toward the center of the chair will return it to its original position.
The armrest swings out at
62.5° increment.
62.5°
62.5°
Swivel brake
WARNING: Do not use the armrest for leverage while
entering or exiting the chair. Risk of injury could be
sustained to the patient.
Swivel Brake: This handle locks and unlocks the chair’s upper structure and allows it to swivel from sideto-side. Turning the handle to the right unlocks the chair’s upper structure. Turning the brake handle to
the left locks the chair’s upper structure into position.
Electronic Foot Control: The electronic foot
control can control the chair’s manual base
and back positioning as well as access the
available auto positions. See the Programming
Instructions section for further information.
Auto buttons
Manual positiong controls
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Double Articulating Headrest
The articulating headrest can be adjusted by depressing the Quick Release Button and situating the
headrest in the desired position. Release the button to lock headrest into place.
Headrest Tension Adjustment: Separate the chair back upholstery from the backrest by lifting up on
the backrest upholstery to release the cushion from the backrest pins. Locate the tension adjustment
set screw and turn screw clockwise to increase tension to the glide bar or counterclockwise to decrease
tension. Once tension is set, reattach upholstery and slide glide bar into chairback.
Quick Release Button
Tension
Adjustment
Set Screw
WARNING: Support
Chairback
Upholstery
the patient’s head when
adjusting the headrest
Glide Bar
Backrest
Pins
Backrest
Elevating
Bolts
WARNING: Do not place anything under the chair base
cover while the chair is operating, as injury could result if
the safety circuit fails.
Safety Stop Cover
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Foot Control Operation and Programming
Any position may be achieved by manually moving the base and backrest with the electronic foot control.
“0” & “1” AUTO BUTTONS
(Programmable dismiss / preposition)
MANUAL BACKREST
(Incline/Recline)
ADJUSTMENT
MANUAL BASE (Up/down)
ADJUSTMENT
Typical suggested positions
bottom of upper structure
bottom of upper structure
23.5"
9.5" (11.5"
with ellipse)
POSITION #1:
Exit position
POSITION 2:
Work position
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Foot Control Functions (Continued)
This chair is capable of storing two (2) positions:
LEARN
button
“0” Auto
Button
Manual Chair
Back Recline
Manual
Base up
(POSITION #1)
Manual Chair
Back Incline
“1” Auto
Button
(POSITION #2)
Manual
Base Down
1 Using the manual adjusting buttons, adjust the chair to the desired position (see illustrations on page 9 for suggested positions).
2 Press and hold the learn button, the chair will beep once to confirm. While holding the learn button, press the desired auto button (“0” or “1”) TWO TIMES.
3 Upon releasing the learn button, listen for two quick beeps to confirm the position has been set.
NOTE: To program the second auto button, repeat procedure.
TO OPERATE — Press the pre-programmed auto button once.
WARNING: When lowering chair, ensure adequate
distances between legs and chair to prevent possible
injury.
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ErgoSootheTM Massage option
ErgoSootheTM Massage bladders are located in the backrest cushions. These bladders are air driven and
will fluctuate as the massage is in process.
To activate the massage functions, flip the switches to “ON” position and flip the switch to “OFF” position
to deactivate the massage.
If only the shoulder area is to be massaged, flip the shoulder switch to “ON” and keep the lumbar switch
in the “OFF” position or vice versa.
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WARNING:
ErgoSoothe MUST BE SUPPLIED WITH
A 1/4" OD, 80 -100 PSI AIR SUPPLY LINE.
SET PRESSURE REGULATOR WHILE
ErgoSoothe IS IN THE OFF POSITION,
BETWEEN 5 -7 PSI. DO NOT EXCEED 7 PSI.
DOING SO WILL CAUSE THE RELIEF
VALVES AT SWITCHES TO VENT WHILE
ErgoSoothe IS RUNNING!
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BA E
LUM SSAG
MA
Air Pressure
Gauge
ON
OFF
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SHOULD
LUMBA
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Air Pressure
Control Knob
Pump Cover
The air pressure coming in to the bladders can be adjusted at the desired comfort level. The pressure
control knob and gauge are located in the pump area of the chair.
Remove the pump cover and turn control knob to the desired pressure.
CAUTION: Maximum air pressure is 7 PSI. Do not exceed the maximum.
Once pressure is set, replace pump cover.
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MEDICAL ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
(INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE)
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
Electrical medical devices are subject to special EMC safety measurements and as a result the
equipment must be installed according to the Pelton and Crane installation instruction manual.
PORTABLE ELECTRONIC DEVICES
Portable and mobile high frequency electronic communications equipment may interfere
with electronic medical devices.
STATIC SENSITIVE DEVICES
Where labeled this equipment contains static sensitive devices that require
special precautions when handling. At a minimum a grounded wrist strap
that is connected to ground stud should be worn to reduce the possibility of
damage to the unit.
MEDICAL ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
(TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION)
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY testing has been done for the following accessory
options and they are approved for use with the SP15, SP18, SP20 and SP30 Dental Chairs
OTP Traditional unit, Models # SCT20, SCT15, and RTC15
OTP Euro Unit, Models # SCE20 and SCE15
OTP Traditional unit, Models # SET20 and SET15
OTP Euro Unit, Models # SEE20 and SEE15
Side Delivery Traditional Unit/Cabinet Mount Models #SDCD15 and SDC-D
Side Delivery Traditional Unit/Wall Mount Models #SDWD15 and SDW-D
Cart Delivery Traditional Unit Model CRT15
Rear Cabinet Mount with Worksurface Model #FWS15
Cart-Swing Mount Models # FCT15 and FCT
Rear Cabinet Custom Delivery Model #CD15
ACCESSORY USE
Using accessory devices not specified by Pelton and Crane for use with their equipment may
results in an increase of electromagnetic emissions and/or a decrease in electromagnetic
immunity of the system.
INTERFERENCE FROM OTHER EQUIPMENT
If other equipment is used adjacent to or stacked with the Pelton and Crane equipment the
system must be observed to verify normal operation.
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Guidance and manufacturer's declaration-electromagnetic emissions
The Models SP15, SP18, SP20 and SP30 Dental Chairs are intended for use in the electromagnetic
environment specified below. The customer or the user of the SP15, SP18, SP20 or the SP30 should
assure that it is used in such an environment.
RF emissions
CICPR-11
Group 1
RF emissions
CICPR-11
Class A
Harmonic Emissions
IEC 61000-3-2
not applicable
Voltage Fluctuations/ Flicker
Emissions
IEC 61000-3-3
not applicable
The SP15,18, 20,and 30 systems use RF
energy only for its internal function.
Therefore, their emissions are very low
and are not likely to cause any
interference in nearby electronic
equipment.
The SP15,18, 20 and 30 systems are 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.
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Guidance and manufacturer's declaration-electromagnetic immunity
The Models SP15, SP18, SP20 and SP30 Dental Chairs are intended for use in the electromagnetic
environment specified below. The customer or the user of the SP15, SP18, SP20 or the SP30 should
assure that it is used in such an environment.
Immunity Test
IEC60601 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%. Where labeled,
a ground strap (connected to ground
lug) should be worn to reduce the
possibility of damaged to the unit when
servicing.
ELECTRICAL FAST
TRANSIT/BURST I
EC 61000-4-4
+/-2 kV for power supply lines
+/-1 kV for input/output lines
+/-2 kV for power supply lines
+/-1 kV for input/output lines
Mains power quality should be that of
typical commercial or hospital
environment.
SURGE IEC61000-4-5
+/-1 kV differential mode
+/-2 kV common mode
+/-1 kV differential mode
+/-2 kV common mode
Mains power quality should be that of
typical commercial or hospital
environment.
VOLTAGE DIPS, SHORT
INTERRUPTIONS AND VOLTAGE
VARIATIONS ON POWER SUPPLY
INPUT LINES
IEC 61000-4-11
<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 seconds
<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 seconds
Mains power quality should be that of
typical commercial or hospital
environment. If the user of the SP15, 18,
20 or 30 requires continued operation
during power mains interruptions, it is
recommended that the SP15, 18, 20 or
30 be powered by an uninterrupted power
supply or battery.
3 A/m
Power frequency magnetic fields should
be at levels characteristic of a typical
location in a typical commercial or
hospital environment.
POWER FREQUENCY (50/60 HZ)
MAGNETIC FIELD IEC61000-4-8
3 A/m
U is the AC. mains voltage prior to application of the test level.
T
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(Table 206)
Recommended separation distances between portable
and mobile RF communications equipment and the SP15, SP18, SP20 and the SP30
The Models SP15, SP18, SP20 and SP30 Dental Chairs are intended for use in the electromagnetic
environment in which electromagnetic disturbances are controlled. The customer or the user of
the SP15, 18, 20 or 30 can help prevent electromagnetic interference by maintaining a minimum distance between
portable and mobile RF communications equipment (transmitters) and the SP15, 18, 20 or 30 as recommended
below, according to the maximum output of the communications equipment.
Separation distance according to frequency of transmitter
m
Rated maximum output power of
transmitter
W
150 kHz to 80 MHz
d= 1.2√P
80 MHz to 800 MHz
d= 1.2√P
800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
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
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For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended separation distance
d in meters (m) can be estimated using the equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter where
P is the maximum output power rating of the transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter
manufacturer.
NOTE 1: At 80 MHz to 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.
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Pelton & Crane
PO Box 7800
Charlotte, NC 28241-7800
USA
©2010, Pelton & Crane
We reserve the right to make any alterations which may be due to any technical improvements.
Order No. 052311
Rev. 4, 11/10
Printed in USA
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