Spirit 3000 Series Dental Chair

Spirit 3000 Series Dental Chair
Model: 3001
Model: 3002
Spirit 3000
Series
Dental
Chair
USE AND CARE
Model: 3003
Model: 3004
Table of Contents
OVERVIEW................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 3
general information......................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
general information......................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Regulatory Information................................................................................................................................................................................. 6
operation............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
operation............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
operation............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
operation.............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 10
operation...............................................................................................................................................................................................................11
operation.............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 12
Cleaning, Disinfecting, & Sterilization..................................................................................................................................................... 13
Cleaning, Disinfecting, & Sterilization..................................................................................................................................................... 14
EMI............................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 15
NOTES...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 18
Technical Support
Technical assistance is available Monday through Friday,
8:00 am to 6:00 pm (Eastern Standard Time).
Phone: 800-659-5922
Fax: 704-659-7255
Customer Service: 800-659-6560
OVERVIEW
Quick Release
Articulation
Headrest
Chair Back
Articulating
Armrest
Chair Seat &
Toeboard with
Scuff Cover
Dual Integrated
Touch Pad
Pump Cover
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general information
Definition of Symbols
The following symbols and terms are defined as follows:
WARNING: Failure to carefully follow the
described procedure may result in damage to the
equipment and/or injury to the patient/operator.
Risk of electrical shock present. Make sure
power is disconnected before attempting this
procedure.
Product Disposal
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 affect performance. If performance problems
occur, move the device 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. Only
use authorized accessories and devices.
See operating instructions.
(AC) Alternating current.
Protective earth (Ground)
Obtaining Technical Literature
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.
Manufacturing Date
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment.
Type B Applied part.
Storage Conditions:
-55°C to +50°C
10% to 90% Relative Humidity
Conforms with the Essential Requirements of the
European Medical Device Directive 93/42/EEC for
Class I Devices.
WARNING: Only authorized service technicians
should attempt to service this equipment. Use
of other than authorized technicians will void the
warranty.
Conforms with the Essential Requirements of the
European Medical Device Directive 93/42/EEC for
0473 Class IIa Devices.
Indicates conformity to General Requirements for
Safety is certified by Intertek Testing Services.
WARNING: Use only original replacement
parts. All repairs should be performed by an
authorized dealer and/or their representatives.
General mandatory action required, important to follow instruction. Not a caution.
WARNING: This product is intended for use
by trained dental/medical professionals only.
Warning, strong magnetic field.
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Volts CyclesAmps
115 VAC 60 HZ 8 A ~
230 VAC 50 HZ 4 A ~
All fuses are labeled at point of use. Replace
fuses only with type and rating as indicated.
Authorized European Representative:
Medical Device and QA Services
76, Stockport Road
Timperley, Cheshire, WA15 7SN
United Kingdom
e-mail: [email protected]
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IEC Medical Device Classification
Classification:
1
Type:
B
Operation Mode:
Intermittent - 5% Duty Cycle
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SAFETY
Review the following safety precautions to avoid injury and prevent damage to this equipment. Use this product only as
specified.
WARNING: A dental chair may include
magnets in the construction of the device
which 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 types of
devices should avoid dental chairs with
magnets.
WARNING: Failure to disinfect equipment
between patients could expose user/patient
to cross contamination and bio-burden/biocontamination.
WARNING: Maximum load rating for this chair
is 450 lbs. To avoid personal injury and/or
damage to the chair, do not exceed this limit.
WARNING: Use caution when using arm rests
for leverage when exiting the chair, as arms
may move and cause patient to fall or get
injured.
This product is designed for use in an indoor,
temperature-controlled, office environment.
WARNING: No modification of this
equipment is allowed.
WARNING: To avoid possible injury and/or
damage to the chair, do not apply full body
weight on the headrest, backrest, toeboard or
armrest(s). Doing so may cause the chair to tip.
WARNING: To avoid risk of electric shock, this
equipment must be connected only to supply
mains with protective earth.
To avoid instability, do not extend components
on poles (i.e. lights. monitors, units) to the
extreme extended position simultaneously on
the same side of the chair.
WARNING: Use a licensed electrician for all
wiring.
WARNING: Do not operate chair when any
cover is removed. Doing so may result in
injury to the operator.
WARNING: Power cords and their
associated parts cannot be substituted
without increased risk of electric shock
or fire. we recommend the use of original
equipment replacement parts only. Power
cords must be installed by qualified
personnel. Make sure all service loops,
strain reliefs, and cord guards are in place
and that line, neutral and ground wires are
secured.
WARNING: Do not place knees or legs
under chair arm support when chair is being
lowered.
WARNING: To avoid injury, discontinue use of
chair if oil is seen leaking from chair hydraulic
system and have serviced by an authorized
dealer.
WARNING: This product must be disinfected
before use.
WARNING: Use caution when filling the
hydraulic reservoir to avoid overflow and
spillage.
As manufacturers of electro-medical products we can assume responsibility for safety-related performance of the equipment
only if maintenance, repair and modifications are carried out only by us or agencies we have authorized for this purpose, and
if components affecting safe operation of the chair that may be needed are replaced with original factory authorized parts.
We suggest that you request a certificate showing the nature and extent of the work performed, from those who carry out
such work, and specify that the certificate show any changes in rated parameters or working ranges, as well as the date, the
name of the firm and a signature.
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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 device per FDA CFR 21, Health Canada, and under rule 1 of
Annex IX of the MDD 93/42/EEC.
Product Identification
This dental chair can be identified by its product label, located inside or underneath the chair seat. This label states the
chair model and serial number, electrical specifications, manufacture date and safety classification. Note the SAMPLE
labels shown below.
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF USED
IN THE PRESENCE OF
FLAMMABLE ANESTHETICS.
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD.
DO NOT REMOVE COVER.
REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
DENTAL CHAIR
(230 VAC, 50/60 Hz. 3.5 A)
MN
SP30
SN
MO
YR
IEC Type B, Class 1, IPX4
Operation Mode:Intermittent
Certified to EN 60601-1 UL 60601-1
Certifed to: CAN/CSA - C22.2 NO. 601.1
C
34488
US C
052735 Rev 0, 10/06
11727 Fruehauf Dr.
Charlotte NC, 28273, U.S.A.
WARNING:
THIS DEVICE SHOULD ONLY BE CONNECTED TO HOSPITAL
GRADE OUTLETS. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN
ELECTRICAL SHOCK DUE TO IMPROPER GROUNDING.
ATTENTION!
CET APPAREIL DOIT ETRE BRANCHÉ A UNE PRISE DE
TERRE ADEQUATE.
¡ADVERTENCIA!
ESTE DISPOSITIVO DEBE CONECTARSE ÚNICAMENTE A
TOMACORRIENTES DE GRADO HOSPITALARIO. SI NO SE HACE
ASÍ, PUEDE PRODUCIRSE UN CHOQUE ELÉCTRICO A CAUSA
DE UNA PUESTA A TIERRA INADECUADA.
70-22090 • Rev. 5 • 1/11
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DENTAL CHAIR
(115 VAC, 50/60 Hz. 7A)
MN
SP18
SN
MO
YR
IEC Type B, Class 1, IPX4
Operation Mode:Intermittent
Certified to EN 60601-1 UL 60601-1
Certifed to: CAN/CSA - C22.2 NO. 601.1
C
34488
US C
052736 Rev 0, 10/06
11727 Fruehauf Dr.
Charlotte NC, 28273, U.S.A.
operation
Chair Control
The chair can be controlled by the dual integrated touch
pads located on the arm supports or the optional foot
control. The chair is factory set with pre programmed
positions which can be accessed by preset buttons on
either controller. These buttons can be custom
programmed by following the instructions below.
Programmed positions set on either controller are
available on the other controller.
"O" Auto Button
(Press Once to activate Position 1)
Secure touch/Learn
Button
"1" Auto Button
(Press Once to activate Position 2)
SECURE
TOUCH
Light Button
"2" Auto Button
(Press Once to activate
Position 3)
"3" Auto Button
(Press Once to activate Position 4)
Manual Base Up
Manual Chair Back Recline
Manual Base Down
Manual Chair Back Incline
Auto Buttons
Chair Swivel Electric Lock Button
Auto Buttons
SECURE
TOUCH
Manual Positioning Control
Learn Button
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Programming the Auto Buttons
STORING POSITIONS 1,2,3 & 4
1. Using the manual buttons, adjust the chair into the desired position.
2. Press and hold the unmarked LEARN button, the chair will beep once to confirm. Continue holding the LEARN button,
while pressing desired auto ("0", "1", "2", "3") button TWO TIMES.
3. Listen for two quick beeps to confirm the position has been set. To program the 2nd, 3rd, & 4th auto button, repeat
procedure.
TO OPERATE — Press the same auto button once.
Typical Programming Positions
POSITION 1: Entry/Exit
POSITION 2: Work position
POSITION 3: Second work position
POSITION 4: X-Ray position
CHAIR SWIVEL LOCK RELEASE: The chair rotates 60° at 10° intervals. To position the chair, press the chair
swivel lock release button to unlock the brake mechanism. Once the chair is in the desired position, release
button.
30º
30º
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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.
Quick Release
Button
WARNING: Support the patient's head when
adjusting the headrest.
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.
Glide Bar
Tension
Adjustment
Set Screw
Backrest
Pins
Chairback
Upholstery
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Armrest
The armrest is designed to allow the armrest to articulate
with the angle of the seat back. The sliding armrest
mechanism is activated by lifting the armrest release
trigger and sliding the armrest until it reaches the exit
position. To return the armrest to the operating position
slide the arm forward until it locks in place.
Armrest
Release
Trigger
WARNING: Do not use the armrest for
leverage while entering or exiting the chair.
Risk of injury could occur to the patient.
Safety Stop Cover
Located on lower back cover. This is a safety feature
with dual switches that will stop all downward movement
of the chair base if triggered.
Safety Stop Cover
WARNING: Do not place anything under the
chair base cover while the chair is operating,
as injury could
result if the safety circuit fails.
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ErgoSoothe™ Massage option
ErgoSoothe™ Massages 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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Optional Air / Water Outlets and Electrical Outlet
The optional air / water outlets and electrical outlets are conveniently located underneath the seat and are attached to the
seat rail. These outlets can accommodate extra auxiliary equipment that is within the user's reach.
The outlet is rated at a maximum of 1.5 amp. per outlet. If the 4 amp. circuit breaker should open, reset by pressing reset
button.
The water outlet accepts 1/4" QD fitting and has an integral shut-off valve. Next to the water outlet is a control valve to
adjust flow from the water outlet.
The air outlet accepts a 3/8" QD fitting and has an integral shut-off valve.
Reset
Button
Air Outlet
Duplex
Electrical
Outlet
Water
Outlet
Flow
Control
Valve
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Cleaning, Disinfecting & Sterilization
Equipment can be cleaned with a solution of mild detergent and warm water. A variety of surface disinfectants are
available for use in dental treatment rooms. Some of these can cause discoloration of painted, plated or anodized
surfaces with repeated use. This can be minimized by careful adherence to the disinfectant manufacturer’s instructions
and by frequent washing with soap and water.
IMPORTANT: Do not use powdered cleansers, scouring pads or abrasive scrubbers on any of the
painted, plastic or metal surfaces of this dental unit. To remove dried-on material, use a soft-bristled
brush and a solution of mild detergent.
Disinfection & Sterilization
Chemical Disinfection
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.
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
disinfectant manufacturer’s 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.
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.
Unacceptable Disinfectants
These disinfectants will harm the surface finishes of
dental equipment and are not recommended. Use of
these products will void your warranty.
Conditionally Acceptable Disinfectants*
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
Accelerated Hydrogen (0.5%)
Chemical Composition
Quaternary Ammonium
**Iodophor-based disinfectants will cause yellow staining on many surfaces.
WARNING: *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.
WARNING: Disinfect only 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.
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Cleaning, Disinfecting, & Sterilization
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 Fantastik or 409 cleaners. Wipe off
any soap residue with a clean damp cloth.
Air dry or dry quickly with the warm setting on 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 cleanm dry cloth.
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EMI
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.
ATTENTION
OBSERVE PRECAUTIONS
FOR HANDLING
ELECTROSTATIC
SENSITIVE DEVICES
MEDICAL ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
(TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION)
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the requirements for medical devices of
IEC 60601-1-2 and is intended to be installed in a typical medical environment.
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 Model SP3000 intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The
customer or the user of the SP3000 should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Emissions Test
Compliance
RF emissions
CISPR-11
Group 1
RF emissions
CISPR-11
Class A
Harmonic Emissions
IEC 61000-3-2
Class A
Voltage Fluctuations/ Flicker
Emissions
IEC 61000-3-3
Electromagnetic Environment Guidance
The SP3000 chairs 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 SP3000 chairs 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.
Complies
Recommended separation distances between portable
The Model SP3000 intended for use in the electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF
disturbances are controlled. The customer or the user of the SP3000 can help prevent electromagnetic
interference by maintaining a minimum distance between portable and mobile RF communications
equipment (transmitters) and the SP3000 as recommended below, according to the maximum output of
the communications equipment.
Rated maximum output
power of transmitter
W
0.01
0.1
1
10
100
Separation distance according to frequency of transmitter
m
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
0.12
0.38
1.2
3.8
12
0.12
0.38
1.2
3.8
12
0.23
0.73
2.3
7.3
23
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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Guidance and manufacturer's declaration-electromagnetic immunity
The Model SP3000 Dental Chairs are intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified
below. The customer or the user of the SP3000 should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Immunity Test
ELECTROSTATIC
DISCHARGE (ESD) IEC
61000-4-2
61000-4-2
IEC60601
Test Level
Compliance
Level
+/-6 kV contact
+/-8 kV air
+/-6 kV contact
+/-8 kV air
+/-2 kV for power
supply lines
+/-2 kV for power
supply lines
+1-1 kV for input
output lines
Not applicable,
No I/O lines
SURGE IEC61000-4-5
+/-1 kV differential mode
+/-2 kV common mode
+/-1 kV
differential mode
+/-2 kV
common mode
VOLTAGE DIPS, SHORT
INTERRUPTIONS AND
VOLTAGE VARIATIONS
ON POWER SUPPLY
INPUT LINES
IEC 61000-4-11
<5% UT (>95% dip in UT) <5% UT (>95% dip in
UT) for 0.5 cycle
for 0.5 cycle
ELECTRICAL FAST
TRANSIENT/BURST
IEC 61000-4-4
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.
Mains power quality should be that of
typical commercial or hospital
environment.
Mains power quality should be that of
typical commercial or hospital
environment.
Mains power quality should be that of
typical commercial or hospital
40% UT (60% dip in UT) 40% UT (60% dip in UT)
environment. If the user of the
for 5 cycles
for 5 cycles
SP3000 requires continued operation
70% UT (30% dip in UT) 70% UT (30% dip in UT) during power mains interruptions, it is
recommended that the SP3000 be
for 25 cycles
for 25 cycles
powered by an uninterrupted power
<5% UT (>95% dip in UT) <5% UT (>95% dip in supply or battery.
for 5 seconds
POWER FREQUENCY
(50/60 HZ) MAGNETIC
FIELD IEC61000-4-8
Electromagnetic
Environment Guidance
3 A/m
UT) for 5 seconds
3 A/m
UT is the AC. mains voltage prior to application of the test level.
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Power frequency magnetic fields
should be at levels characteristic
of a typical location in a typical
commercial or hospital environment.
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Charlotte, NC, 28273 - USA
We reserve the right to make any alterations which may be due to any technical improvements.
P/N 047655 Rev. 10, 12/11/13
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