Alpha Air 3 - Seiler Microscope

Alpha Air 3 - Seiler Microscope
Alpha Air 3
ENT OPERATING MICROSCOPE
USER’S MANUAL
Including installation instructions for all mounting options
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MEDICAL DIVISION
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION..................................................................................................................................................3
PARTS AND COMPONENTS..............................................................................................................................4
Microscope Components ................................................................................................................................4
ASSEMBLING THE EQUIPMENT.......................................................................................................................4
Unpacking........................................................................................................................................................4
Pantographic Arm and Optic Pod Installation..................................................................................................5
Pantographic Arm Balancing............................................................................................................................5
Tension Knob Balancing..................................................................................................................................5
USING THE MICROSCOPE................................................................................................................................5
Switching on the Unit.......................................................................................................................................5
ADJUSTING THE MICROSCOPE.......................................................................................................................5
Interpupillary Distance.....................................................................................................................................5
Parfocalizing....................................................................................................................................................5
Color Filter.......................................................................................................................................................6
MAINTENANCE AND HYGIENE ........................................................................................................................6
Cleaning...........................................................................................................................................................6
Cleaning the Rest of the Microscope...............................................................................................................6
TROUBLESHOOTING.........................................................................................................................................6
MECHANICAL DATA...........................................................................................................................................6
MAGNIFICATION CHART...................................................................................................................................7
MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS..............................................................................................................................8
WARNINGS........................................................................................................................................................18
LED Illumination ............................................................................................................................................18
SERVICE AND REPAIR.....................................................................................................................................18
Fuse Replacement.........................................................................................................................................18
Limited Warranty............................................................................................................................................18
Warranty Registration....................................................................................................................................19
END OF PRODUCT LIFE..............................................................................................................................19
CONTACT INFORMATION ...............................................................................................................................19
OWNER’S RECORD..........................................................................................................................................19
NOTES...............................................................................................................................................................19
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE.....................................................................................................................20
MODEL LIST......................................................................................................................................................21
WARRANTIES............................................................................................................................................. 22-23
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Introduction
To Our Valued Professionals,
On behalf of the Seiler Medical Division, I would like to thank you for your recent purchase. We stand by our
products and are thrilled that when choosing one of the most important aspects of your practice, you chose us.
We are proud to say that, as a company, we have over 70 years’ experience in the optical field. We have the
expertise to provide you with modern, reliable devices that incorporate some of the most advanced optical design
tools on the market. This product’s intent is to amplify an image while providing the user with an exceptional level
of comfort, improved visual acuity, and provide flawless maneuverability for any office or hospital.
All of our products are manufactured according to strict medical and ISO standards. We also ensure all optical
components have undergone an anti-reflective, multi-layer treatment; guaranteeing the efficiency of the system
and enhancing the longevity of all of our products. Along with strict manufacturing standards and rigorous testing,
we also stand behind all of our products by offering a lifetime warranty on all optics and mechanics for microscopes
purchased in the United States, as well as a 3-year warranty on all international purchases.
Every Seiler Medical Division team member is here to provide you with outstanding service, quality, and knowledge.
Our number one priority is, and always will be, providing 100% customer satisfaction to every one of our customers.
If you need any further information about the equipment or just have a question, please contact us using the
information below.
Thank you again for your purchase and we look forward to serving all of your optical needs for years to come.
Sincerely,
Dane Carlson
Medical Division Manager
Seiler Medical Division
Toll Free: (800) 489-2282
Local: (314) 968-2282
Email: micro@seilerinst.com
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Design Solutions
Parts and Components
Locking Arm
Set Screw
Pantographic Arm
microscope components
Tension Knob
45 Degree
Coupler
LED Illumination
System
LED Readout
Numbered
Tension Knob
Magnification
Turret
Handles
Binocular Head
Optic Pod
USB Charging Port
Objective Lens
Fine Focus Knob
12V DC Power Port
Green/Yellow
Filter Slide
Power Button for
LED Lightsource
Assembling the equipment
Unpacking
Carefully unpack all components. If necessary, the unit
can be cleaned with isopropyl alcohol and a soft cloth.
Inspect all components for any signs of damage that may
have occurred during shipping.
Lightsource LUX
Adjustment
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The control box, the illumination box and the
pantographic arm must be handled carefully,
because the external surfaces of these modules
can be easily damaged. A sharp impact on these surfaces
may result in scratches or other damages. The optical
module is the most delicate part. Take care during use,
transportation or handling.
If shipping damage is suspected, notify Seiler or your
authorized dealer immediately.
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Please check whether the box contains the items set out
below:
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This User Guide
Mounting Option (Floor, ceiling, wall, high wall, or
tabletop)
LED Illumination System
Pantographic Arm
Optic Pod
Binocular Head
Additional Accessories Purchased with
Microscope
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The optical module is assembled in a sealed
block. Maintenance activities shall only be
performed by the service department at Seiler.
Using the Microscope
Pantographic Arm and Optic Pod Installation
1. Reference page 9-13 for proper mounting
instructions.
Switching on
the unit
2. Insert the pantographic arm into
the light source arm.
3. Place the Power cable
through the bottom cover and
reattached protective
plate.
4. Insert the 45 degree coupler
into the underside of
the pantographic arm.
Be sure to unscrew
and loosen the black
knob and pull the silver plunger out in order to insert
the coupler. Finally screw down the white locking nut.
5. Secure the Binocular Head onto the Optical Pod by
tightening the thumb screw.
Pantographic arm balancing
Pantographic Arm may
White Locking Nut
need tension adjustment.
Turn knob counter-clockwise to add
tension, clockwise to release tension
on pantographic arm. This may
need to be done
Groove must line up with
if camera/video
black locking knob
are added to the
scope. This will increase or decrease
the tension to desired function for user.
The Pantographic Arm may have to
be in the horizontal position to make
adjustments.
tension knob balancing
To operate the
LED light source:
turn on the main power by pressing the round blue button
atop the LED arm. The switch will illuminate once main
power is on. Adjust the illuminations using the three momentary buttons atop the microscope. There is one button
for decreasing intensity, one for increasing intensity, and
the center button for placing the light into a standby mode
when the microscope will be idle for 30 minutes or longer. If you intend to leave the microscope idle for more
than 30 minutes turn off the main power by depressing
the illuminated blue button on the arm. To change intensity press and release either the up or down buttons (do
not press both at once) and the light level will increase or
decrease approximately 10 percent depending on which
button was depressed. If you require fine tuning of the
light level press and hold either button and it will slowly
scroll through 10 different illumination settings - this can
be much slower than press and release. Do not press
more than 1 of the 3 buttons at a time.” It is important that
you turn the main power OFF when the unit will be idle
for long periods of time (such as nights and weekends) to
avoid unnecessary wear on the electronics.
Adjusting the Microscope
Interpupillary Distance
Looking through the eyepieces on the binocular head,
adjust the Interpupillary distance until the end user is the
Field of View in one single image.
Parfocalizing
1. Set both eyepieces at 0.
The numbered knob on the 45 degree
coupler is for the balance tension of the
optic pod.
Tension Knob for
Pantographic Arm
Movement
2. Take a piece of paper and draw an “X” on it.
Place that piece of paper onto a flat area at the
recommended focal length (10” with 250mm, 12”
with 300mm objective). Adjust the eyepiece until you
get a single solid image.
3. Set the scope to the highest power and position the
scope to where the “X” is as sharp as possible.
Numbered Tension Knob
For Optic Pod Movement on
45 degree coupler
4. Then go to the lowest power without moving the
microscope’s physical position and one eye at a time
focus the eyepieces.
5. Look through the scope and focus on the “X” and
change the magnification levels to make sure each
setting stays in focus. If the scope goes out of focus
start the process over again.
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6. Once the image is clear in both eyes, this completes
the Parfocalizing Process.
Troubleshooting
Color Filter
There is a lever installed on the side of the microscope
body to put in front of the lamp luminous flux and Yellow
and Green filter.
Filter Lever
The power
indicator is not
lit.
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Check that the AC power cord is
properly connected.
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Press the blue
power button,
if the LED will
not illuminate.
Temperature
high or
exceeded
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Check the unit fuses. If
necessary, replace.
Press center power button on
optic pod.
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Ambient air temp is too high,
improve air.
•
Air vents are blocked or
restricted.
REPLACING THE FUSES
Use only fuses rated as marked on the under panel.
Replace the fuses as follows:
Maintenance and Hygiene
1. Disconnect the device from the main power
supply.
2. Retract fuse holder drawer on mains jack.
3. Measure resistance of each fuse, and replace as
necessary.
4. Close fuse holder drawer
5. Re-attach mains power cable.
6. Call Parts and Service for additional assistance.
Cleaning
The objective, placed in front of the field under clinical
or surgical treatment, is exposed to blood and topical
medicine spots, etc. The spots dim the passage of the
light, with loss of brightness in the optical observation.
Keep dust from accumulating on the vent on the head by
blowing the vents with compressed air.
Mechanical Data
Alcohol or ether applied with a clean cotton swab can
be used to remove all smudges. Use a soft CIRCULAR
movement. Use your laboratory’s prescribe procedures
to remove blood stains or other contaminants from your
equipment.
General Details
If the objective is blotched too much, change the cotton
swab in each circular friction, avoiding spreading again
the impurities.
The Objective lens can be protected by use of an
objective protector (6132000). It is placed under pressure
in the external margin of the objective lens and protects
it against eventual blows of the surgical tools and against
contamination.
The metallic parts (chrome-plated or painted) are cleaned
with cotton, alcohol and ether.
Cleaning the Rest of the Microscope
Exterior surface cleaning with window cleaner.
Do not attempt to clean any internal components. Keep
dust from accumulating on the vents on the head - best is
to blow it clean with compressed air or carefully removing
the dust with q-tips, as long you don’t go too far inside the
unit.
Working Distance
Minimum Possible
Working Distance
Maximum Possible
Microfocus Vertical
Adjustment Range
*Microscope Weight
(Floor Model)
Packaging
6.89 in
400 mm
15.75 in
13 mm
73.48 kg
162 lbs
3 boxes
Electrical Details
Power Supply
Axillary Power Jack
Fuses
Illumination Bulb
Power Cable
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175 mm
Mains Power 96-264 VAC
47-63 Hz
12 VDC 1.0 A maximum
(2) 2 AMP 250V
Fast Blow 5x20mm
USB 2 Jack
5.0 VDC
1 AMP
IEC 320/C13
Hospital Grade
Optical Details
Standard
Setup
Optional Setup
Objective Lens
ƒ=250mm
175-400mm
Eyepieces
Diopter Setting
Field of Vision
Magnification
Levels
10x
-6 to +6
9-72 mm
2.8x, 4.8x,
5.3x, 8.7x,
11x, 17x
12.5x, 16x, 20x
NA
*
4.95-105.88 mm
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Max low: 1.70x
Max high: 48.50x
Magnification Chart
*Depends on eyepieces and Objective lens
**Max low refers to the lowest power able to be achieved by
combination of eyepiece and objective lens magnification.
Max High is the maximum power able to be achieved through
combination of eyepiece and objective lens magnification.
LED Illumination Details
Photometric Specifications and Performance
Light Source Type
LED (Light Emitting Diode)
Color Temperature
5700 CCT
LED Life
>50,000 Hours
Typical Illuminance 120,000-150,000 LUX
Measured at 250mm working distance
Controls
Brightness Control Digital - 1024 Resolution
Mode of Operation
On/Off/Standby (Continuous)
Input Voltage
96-264 VAC
Rated Power
80 watts
Regulatory Approvals
Equipment Class
Class I
EMC
CISPR 11, Class A
EMC
IEC 61000-4-3
Product Safety
IEC 60601-1:2005
Photobiological
IED 62471
Safety
Operating Environment
Water Resistance
Temperature
Relative Humidity
Air Pressure
Flammability
IPXO
50°-70°F (10°-25°C)
30-75%
700 HPA to 1060 HPA
Equipment not suitable for
use in presence of flammable
mixtures
Storage Environment
Temperature
38°-122°F (10°-50°C)
Relative Humidity
0-100% Non-Condensing
Air Pressure
700 HPA to 1060 HPA
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Mounting instructions
3. Remove the arm assembly from the shipping carton
and connect this assembly to the bottom of the wall
bracket by carefully threading the shaft into the wall
bracket using the gray cap on the arm assembly to
thread in the shaft.
FLOOR MOUNTING
1. Start by removing the base from
the box and set the base bottom
up (casters facing up) on the
foam from the box for cushion.
4. Two holes are used to insert a tool for loading the
internal bearings. One hole contains a setscrew
which you can adjust to lock the desired tension.
2. Remove the base weights from
the weights box and insert the weights one at a time
into place by pressing the blue pins in and release
once fully seated into base. Be sure they click in.
5. After the entire microscope is assembled to the
high wall bracket, check for satisfactory rotational
­movement.
3. Flip the base back over so that the top center hole is
facing upward.
Make sure that the weights are secured before
flipping the base over.
4. Remove the pole from the packaging and insert pole
into the center post hole in the base. Align the two
indention marks in the pole to the holes in the base
center post hole collar.
Once the pole is in the collar and indentions are aligned, use the provided
Allen wrench to tighten the two Allen bolts in the base center post to
secure the pole.
5. Once the pole is secured into the
base, insert the LED Arm portion into
the top of the pole.This is where the
electrical system is housed.
You are now ready for the Pantographic
Arm and Optic Pod Installation.
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When moving the microscope, you must transport the scope by the handles mounted on the
post.
HIGH WALL MOUNTING
1. Determine suitable location: Wall next to doctor, wall
behind doctor, etc. at a distance no greater than 50”
and no less than 30” from the wall to the patients
mouth
2. Position the wall bracket with the threaded opening
­facing down and with the lower mounting holes
­approximately 81” above the floor. Fasten the wall
bracket to the wall making sure the wall construction
is wood stud (16” on center ) or cinder block. All
other constructions require wall bracing - contact
your building maintenance department or an outside
contractor in this case.
6. After you have set the tension as described
previously and checked the rotational movement,
tighten the setscrew in the front of the wall bracket.
7. A thru hole is provided to wire the microscope into
the wall/ceiling. Check your local electrical code for proper wiring.
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Seiler does not supply screws for mounting all
brackets. The type of screws and/or anchors
used should be determined by a qualified
contractor. If mounting to a metal studded wall, there
need to be backing such as plywood mounted to each
side of the wall and screws to attach the wall bracket
through both pieces of plywood so it is structurally sound.
For mounting to a wood studded wall, large Lag screws
should be sufficient. Again a professional contractor
should determine size and length.
WEDGE ANCHORS
Wedge anchors are for attaching fixtures to a solid such
as concrete . The installed end of the anchor features a
conical segment with a metal clip around it. Upon setting
the anchor the cone pulls up through the clip and pushes
the clip against the sides of the hole. This gives the
anchor its holding power within the hole. Anchor diameter
will be equal to the hole size.
Expansion of the wedge anchor creates large point
bearing stresses within the hole; therefore, this anchor
requires a solid base material to develop its full capacity.
For this reason, brick and partially filled mortar joints in
brick walls or paving may be unsuitable for wedge anchor
usage.
SLEEVE ANCHORS
Sleeve anchors also are used to attach fixtures to solid
materials. A bolt is surrounded by a cylindrical metal
sleeve. They operate by the expansion of the sleeve into
the base material when one tightens the bolt. Expanding
the sleeve along the length of the anchor enables a larger
bearing surface than that offered by the wedge anchor,
and can better adhere to irregular surfaces within the
base material than can the wedge anchor. Therefore,
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WALL MOUNTING
sleeve anchors can be better suited for brick masonry
than wedge anchors. Sleeve anchor diameter will be
equal to the hole size.
1. Determine suitable location: Wall next to doctor, wall
behind doctor, etc. at a distance no greater than 50”
and no less than 30” from the wall to the patient’s
mouth.
Sleeve Anchors come in models with round-headed bolts,
flat-headed bolts, bolts with a hex nut/washer assembly,
and bolts with an acorn nut/washer assembly.
2. Position the wall bracket with the threaded opening
facing down and with the lower mounting holes 50”
above the floor. Fasten the wall bracket to the wall
making sure the wall construction is wood stud (16”
on center ) or cinder block. All other constructions
require wall bracing - contact your building
maintenance department or an outside contractor in
this case.
DROP-IN ANCHORS
Drop-In Anchors are designed for solid concrete base
material, and are not recommended for masonry or brick.
Drop-in anchors are a female mating part anchor with
coarse threads. The drop-in anchor requires a setting tool
for expanding the anchor.
EXPANSION SHIELD
3. After the wall bracket is securely attached to the wall,
carefully thread the bearing and microscope holder
assembly into the bottom opening of the bracket until
it is hand tight.
(Single Expansion Shield or Double Expansion Shield)
Expansion shields may be single or double piece design.
Both are inserted for shear loads or where the bolt may
be under side pressure or vibration. Expansion shields
consist of a nut, a cone and a tubular shield that are put
together as a single unit. The two-piece tubular shield in
either version contains a wedge shaped nut at one end,
a wedge shaped hollow cone at the other end and is held
in place by two spring bands. The expansion at both ends
of the shield spreads the anchored load throughout its
length
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Seiler does not supply screws for mounting all
brackets. The type of screws and/or anchors
used should be determined by a qualified
contractor. If mounting to a metal studded wall, there
need to be backing such as plywood mounted to each
side of the wall and screws to attach the wall bracket
through both pieces of plywood so it is structurally
sound. For mounting to a wood studded wall, large Lag
screws should be sufficient. Again a professional
contractor should determine size and length.
POSITIONING
High Wall and Ceiling
Recommended Mounting Location
SECONDARY
MOUNTING
ZONE
PREFERRED
MOUNTING
ZONE
PATIENT ENTRY
SIDE OF CHAIR/
TABLE
48”
36”
60”
36”
TYPICAL MOUNTING
LOCATION (LEAST
USED SIDE OF ROOM)
NOTE:
If the typical position is not available, locating the microscope within the
Preferred Mounting Zone (vertically shaded) will ensure that there is maximum
maneuverability of the microscope in all directions. Locating the microscope
within the Secondary Mounting Zone (diagonally shaded) is possible, depending
upon the specic layout of a room, but may reduce maneuverability.
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WEDGE ANCHORS
Wedge anchors are for attaching fixtures to a solid such
as concrete . The installed end of the anchor features a
conical segment with a metal clip around it. Upon setting
the anchor the cone pulls up through the clip and pushes
the clip against the sides of the hole. This gives the
anchor its holding power within the hole. Anchor diameter
will be equal to the hole size.
Expansion of the wedge anchor creates large point
bearing stresses within the hole; therefore, this anchor
requires a solid base material to develop its full capacity.
For this reason, brick and partially filled mortar joints in
brick walls or paving may be unsuitable for wedge anchor
usage.
SLEEVE ANCHORS
Sleeve anchors also are used to attach fixtures to solid
materials. A bolt is surrounded by a cylindrical metal
sleeve. They operate by the expansion of the sleeve into
the base material when one tightens the bolt. Expanding
the sleeve along the length of the anchor enables a larger
bearing surface than that offered by the wedge anchor,
and can better adhere to irregular surfaces within the
base material than can the wedge anchor. Therefore,
sleeve anchors can be better suited for brick masonry
than wedge anchors. Sleeve anchor diameter will be
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CEILING MOUNTING
equal to the hole size.
Sleeve Anchors come in models with round-headed bolts,
flat-headed bolts, bolts with a hex nut/washer assembly,
and bolts with an acorn nut/washer assembly.
DROP-IN ANCHORS
Drop-In Anchors are designed for solid concrete base
material, and are not recommended for masonry or brick.
Drop-in anchors are a female mating part anchor with
coarse threads. The drop-in anchor requires a setting tool
for expanding the anchor.
EXPANSION SHIELD
(Single Expansion Shield or Double Expansion Shield)
Expansion shields may be single or double piece design.
Both are inserted for shear loads or where the bolt may
be under side pressure or vibration. Expansion shields
consist of a nut, a cone and a tubular shield that are put
together as a single unit. The two-piece tubular shield in
either version contains a wedge shaped nut at one end,
a wedge shaped hollow cone at the other end and is held
in place by two spring bands. The expansion at both ends
of the shield spreads the anchored load throughout its
length
POSITIONING
To be sure that the unit is properly secured to the
structural members of the building, ensure ­mounting
integrity and stability. Such members will usually be
located above a dropped ceiling. If it is necessary to span
between members in order to mount the unit the installer
must insure that whatever material they elect to use (i.e.
lumber, angles, channels, etc.) possesses the strength
and rigidity required to provide stability.
Unpack all of the boxes and verify that all of the parts are
present, noting that some are in a ­sub-assembly state.
Any loose pieces will be labeled with their corresponding
part number.
Using the template provided, transfer the hole locations
onto the structural members to which the unit will be
mounted. It is recommended that the unit be thru-bolted
into the member using 1/2” bolts and nuts. In some
applications, when thru-bolting is not possible, it may
be necessary to use lag bolts or some other type of
anchoring.
The unit can be installed at a nominal height with plus/
minus adjustment of four inches available in two inch
increments. The center hole of the five Pin locating holes
in the Mounting Post is the ­nominal height. If the unit
must be mounted closer to the ceiling than the nominal
height, it will be necessary for the installer to provide
either a four inch diameter opening above the Mounting
Plate Assembly for the Mounting Post to protrude into,
or cut off any of the Mounting Post material that comes
to within 3/8 inch of the back of the Mounting Plate
Assembly. This provides the clearance that is necessary
High Wall and Ceiling
to allow for any tilt adjustment.
Recommended Mounting Location
POSITIONING
SECONDARY
MOUNTING
ZONE
PREFERRED
MOUNTING
ZONE
PATIENT ENTRY
SIDE OF CHAIR/
TABLE
48”
36”
60”
36”
TYPICAL MOUNTING
LOCATION (LEAST
USED SIDE OF ROOM)
NOTE:
If the typical position is not available, locating the microscope within the
Preferred Mounting Zone (vertically shaded) will ensure that there is maximum
maneuverability of the microscope in all directions. Locating the microscope
within the Secondary Mounting Zone (diagonally shaded) is possible, depending
upon the specic layout of a room, but may reduce maneuverability.
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IF UNIT NEEDS TO BE MOUNTED CLOSER TO
­CEILING AND NO PROVISION IS MADE IN WHICH
THE MOUNTING TUBE CAN PROTRUDE INTO, IT
WILL BE NECESSARY TO CUT THE TUBE SO THAT
IT IS AS LEAST 3/8” FROM THE BACK OF THE
MOUNTING PLATE ASSEMBLY
1
2
5
8
7
6
#1 PIN
3
#2 SET SCREW SOK>HD
#3 SOCKET
#4 MOUNTING POST
#5 MOUNTING PLATE
#6 SET SCREW SQ. HD
#7 HEX NUT
4
Place the Mounting Plate Assembly 5 on its side to allow
parts to be placed into it from both the top and bottom.
Back out all Square Head Set Screw 6 in order to
insert column 4 . Feed in Mounting Post through the
opening of Mounting Plate with the end of the Mounting
Post that has the 5 pin mounting holes entering first.
Push the Mounting Post through far enough to allow the
Socket 3 to be installed onto the Mounting Post in such
a position that the Pin 1 can be installed in the proper
holes above the Socket. Then slide the Socket back up
so that the Pin engages in the “V” groove in the Socket
and ensure that the Pin protrudes the same amount from
each side of the Post. While holding the Socket firmly
against the Pin, tighten the Set Screw 2
(1/8” hex key) in the Socket to lock it to the Post. Then
pull the Mounting Post back through the Mounting Plate
Assembly and hand tighten the six Set Screws 6 to hold
the Post/Socket Assembly in place while attaching the
complete unit to the ceiling structure (Note: loosen the
Hex Nuts 7 to allow movement of the Set Screws 6 ).
Have an assistant lift the Post Assembly into position and
fasten the assembly into the structural member. If there
is any rocking motion due to a non-flat mounting surface,
it will be ­necessary to shim between the surface and the
Assembly to ensure that there is a solid coupling between
the two.
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2
3
4
5
6
The next step is to level and secure the Mounting Post. 4
To do this, loosen the six Set Screws 6 to allow the
Mounting Post to tilt (it has a five degree tilt angle in all
directions). Using a carpenters level held against the
Mounting Post and the Mounting Post is plumb position,
continue to tighten the set screws assuring that the
column remains plumb. The six Nuts 7 may then be
tightened against the Mounting Plate Assembly Tube.
In this next step, install the Ceiling Flange Assembly 9
over the Mounting Post with the flat side towards the
ceiling. Slide it up the Post approximately two feet and
lightly tighten the three Set Screws 2 to hold the
Flange Assembly in this temporary position. Thread the
Shaft 12 into the Mounting Post 4 until it stops against
the shoulder of the Shaft and then insert the Set Screw 2
into the Mounting Post and tighten it (1/8” hex key) to lock
the Shaft into place.
12 SHAFT
10 ARM
7
11
8
#1 PIN
2
#2 SET SCREW SOK>HD
#3 SOCKET
#4 MOUNTING POST
#5 MOUNTING PLATE
#6 SET SCREW SQ. HD
#7 HEX NUT
#8 CEILING MOUNT
FLANGE
CHAMFER 1/4 X 45º
17/32 DRILL, 4 PLACES
6.00
Note: Turning the cap 11 clockwise or counter-clockwise
will adjust Rotation Tension. Only one hole contains a
Set Screw which locks the desired tension. Tighten Set
Screw 2 to secure.
Prior to shipping, the set screw was tightened arbitrarily in
order to allow ­previously mentioned assembly procedure.
After the entire microscope is assembled to the Ceiling
Mount, check for ­satisfactory rotational movement.
Optional: Cut off male plug from cord and feed up
through cap 2 until into ceiling space and install
connector
A thru hole is provided to wire the Assembly into the
ceiling. Check with the electrical code on how to wire for
the ceiling outlet.
The caps must be tightened to prevent the arm from
drifting.
4 PLACES
10.00 12.00
6.00
1.00
10.00
1.00
12.00
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Dimensions
FLOOR MOUNT
m:
aphic Ar
Pantogr .6mm)
34” (863
Lighthouse:
)
17” (431.8mm
(40 16”
6.4
mm
)
Vertical Movement:
40” (1016mm)
Height floor to
light housing:
49” (1244.6mm)
Depth:
11.8” (299.72mm)
Base Width:
25” (635mm)
Base Length:
27.5”
698.5mm)
Caster:
4” (101.6mm)
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8’
(2438.4mm)
HOLE
15”
(381 mm)
FLOOR
25”
(635mm)
CEILING
19.5”
(495.3mm)
17”
m)
1
(43 .8m
34”
(863.6mm)
28” Lowest Point
(711.2mm)
68” Highest Point
(1727.2mm)
(40 16”
6.4
mm
)
HIGH WALL
50”
(1270mm)
FLOOR
6.5”
(165.1mm)
16”
(406.4mm)
17”
(431.8mm)
34”
(863.6mm)
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28” Lowest Point
(711.2mm)
68” Highest Point
(1727.2mm)
(40 16”
6.4
mm
)
WALL
6”
(152.4mm)
16”
m)
(406.4m
CEILING
)
34”
(863.
6mm
(25 10”
4m
m)
CEILING
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60”
(1524mm)
TABLE MOUNT
6”
(152.4mm)
23.5”
(596.9mm)
16”
(406.4mm)
(40 16”
6.4
mm
)
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Warnings
LED Illumination
Symbols Used in this Manual or on the Device
The manual contains important regarding set-up and
operation to facilitate ease of use and obtain effective
results.
This manual contains critical information regarding safe
handling and use of this system. Device malfunction or
property damage could result if all instructions are not
followed.
WARNINGS
EXPOSURE TO INTENSE BRIGHT LIGHT
Never look directly into the objective lens of
the microscope when the unit is turned on as
the light intensity can be damaging.
FIRE
Do not operate the unit near flammable
materials including flammable gases or
liquids.
If the microscope needs to be cleaned with
a volatile liquid (such as IPA) turn off the unit before
proceeding.
After cleaning allow vapors to disperse before turning on.
UNIT PRODUCES SIGNIFICANT
AMOUNTS OF HEAT
Always allow the unit to cool to ambient
temperature before attempting any
adjustments or replacement of parts.
MICROSCOPE OVERHEATING
Do not block air inlets or outlets (vents) with
anything including plastic protection covers.
QUALIFIED PERSONNEL ONLY
Only operate the equipment in a professional
manner as set forth in this manual.
Only employ authorized and properly trained
personnel to perform maintenance functions.
EMITTING OF ELECTROMAGNETIC
ENERGY
This equipment has passed testing for EMI/
RFI radiation and susceptibility; however if
not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, interference to other devices in the near
vicinity may occur.
Electromagnetic energy can travel through the power
cord or through radio transmission.
Ensure there is adequate separation distance between
the unit and any device that may be affected by the
electromagnetic energy coming from the unit.
Power the illuminator from a separate AC main circuit
that does not have a device connected that could be
affected by the electromagnetic energy coming from the
illuminator.
Service and Repair
Defective items of equipment are to be serviced and
repaired exclusively by persons authorized by the
manufacturer. All repair work shall employ original
manufacturer’s parts only.
Fuse Replacement
Caution: Always disconnect power cord and turn main
switch off before fuse replacement.
Turn light source off and unplug power cord. On
underneath of unit remove fuse by prying fuse cover and
pulling out fuse.
If the microscope overheats it will turn
the light off. If this happens, turn off the unit and allow
sufficient time for the unit to cool (approx. 10 minutes)
then turn the unit back on.
Replace fuse with 3 AMP (5mm x 20mm long) time delay
250V rated fuse. Insert back into fuse housing.
If the light remains off, turn the unit off and allow more
time for cooling.
Limited Warranty
Re-connect the power cord and turn on the LED light
source.
Your LED light source carries a LIFETIME Warranty on
the LED bulb and three years on the electronic parts
DEVICE OPERATES AT HIGH ELECTRICAL
such as circuit boards and fans inside the light source.
CURRENTS
The warranty starts from the date of shipment. Should
Only qualified personnel should inspect the
your product prove to have such manufacturing defects
unit for internal damage.
within three years of the shipment, Seiler Instrument
Only operate the equipment in a professional manner as
will repair or replace the product and/or component part
set forth in this manual.
without charge. Should your LED Light Source product(s)
need servicing under this warranty, please contact Seiler
Do not remove interior components from the power
Instrument for a return authorization documentation.
supply with the unit connected to a wall outlet.
You should carefully pack the unit in a sturdy carton and
ship it to the factory. Please include a note describing
the defects, your name, telephone number and a return
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address. Warranty does not cover equipment subject to
misuse, accidental damage, normal wear and tear or if
transferred to a new owner without authorization from
Seiler Instrument. This warranty gives you specific legal
rights and you may also have other rights that vary from
state to state.
Notes
POST WARRANTY REPAIRS
______________________________________________
______________________________________________
______________________________________________
You may return your product(s) for repair, shipping
prepaid to the factory. Your product will be inspected and
an estimate of repair charges will be submitted to you for
approval. Payment must be received before repairs are
completed.
•
•
•
______________________________________________
______________________________________________
______________________________________________
In the US: 800-489-2282 (toll free)
FAX number: 314-968-3601
Customer Service: 314-218-6336
______________________________________________
______________________________________________
Warranty registration
______________________________________________
Register your product warranty online:
http://www.seilermicro.com/warranty-registration/
______________________________________________
END OF PRODUCT LIFE
______________________________________________
We encourage our customers to recycle this product
whenever possible. Disposal of this unit must be
performed in accordance with the applicable local
environmental regulations.
______________________________________________
______________________________________________
In the United States a list of recyclers in your area can be
found at: http:/www.eiae.org/.
______________________________________________
Please contact customer service to issue a return
authorization to return product to manufacturer at the end
of product life.
______________________________________________
______________________________________________
______________________________________________
Contact information
______________________________________________
Seiler Instrument and Manufacturing Co., Inc.
Medical Division
Toll Free: (800) 489-2282
Local: (314) 968-2282
Fax: (314) 968-3601
Email: micro@seilerinst.com
Web: www.seilerinst.com
______________________________________________
______________________________________________
______________________________________________
______________________________________________
Owner’s Record
______________________________________________
Microscope Model Number
______________________________________________
______________________________________________
Serial Number
______________________________________________
______________________________________________
______________________________________________
Purchase Date
______________________________________________
______________________________________________
Location Purchased
______________________________________________
______________________________________________
______________________________________________
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Certificate of Compliance
Application of Council Directive: 2004/108/EC - EMC Directive &
Application of Council Directive: 93/42/EEC – Medical Device Directive
Standards to which Conformity is Declared:
EN 60601-1: 2007 including:
CISPR 11:2015/A1, EN 61000-3-2:2014/A2:2009, EN 61000-3-3:2013,
EN 61000-6-1:2007 including:
EN 61000-4-2:2008, EN 61000-4-3:2006/A1:2007/A2:2010, EN 61000-4-4:2012,
EN 61000-4-5:2014, EN 61000-4-6:2013, EN 61000-4-8:2009, EN 61000-4-11: 2004
EN 62471:2008, EN 60601-1:2007
Applicant:
Address:
Seiler Instrument
3433 Tree Court Industrial Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63122
Tel: (314) 218-6365
Product Tested:
Alpha Air Series Microscope (See attached model list)
Equipment Type
Class 1
Tested By:
ITC Engineering Services, Inc.
9959 Calaveras Road, PO Box 543
Sunol, California 94586-0543
Tel: 925.862.2944 Fax: 925.862.9013
Email: info@itcemc.com
http://www.itcemc.com
Date of Issue:
August 29, 2016
Report Numbers:
20160610-01-CE (EMC)
20160610-01 (LVD)
I, the undersigned hereby declare that the model(s) listed above
was tested and conforms to the Directives and Standards listed above.
Certified By:
Mr. Michael Gbadebo, PE
(California License # 11303)
Chief Engineer/Principal Consultant
Date
April 21. 2016
ISO/IEC17025:2005 Accredited Laboratory
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Dear Purchaser,
Congratulations on the purchase of your microscope. Your instrument has been carefully assembled
and shipped to you. Please complete the Warranty Registration online at the link below and answer the
questions to activate and guarantee your warranty. Retain this warranty document for your records.
Thank you for purchasing a Seiler microscope.
INTERNATIONAL WARRANTY
Except as set forth in this Three (3) Year International Warranty, Seiler Instrument Company (“SIC”) hereby
warrants that each Seiler microscope product manufactured and/or sold by SIC shall be free from defects in
materials and workmanship under normal use and service for three years. International Warranty includes
mechanics, optics, and hardware (such as casters, knobs, tension band). This warranty is non-transferable and
is valid only with respect to the original purchaser of the product. SIC obligation under this warranty shall
be limited to repairing or replacing, at SIC facility and at SIC expense, any parts or components which are
demonstrated to be defective. The purchaser shall be responsible for shipment of the product to SIC facility
at 3433 Tree Court Industrial Blvd., St. Louis MO 63122, Attention: Micro Product Department, or such other
facility as SIC may otherwise designate. Under certain circumstances which are pre-approved by SIC, necessary
repairs may be made at the purchaser’s facility. A return authorization is required before returning any product
for warranty service by calling 1-800-489-2282 x347.
This warranty shall not apply to electronic and electrical components of the microscope or accessories such as
video equipment, monitors and laptop which carry a three (3) year warranty OR any components which are
consumable or are required to be replaced or disposed of in normal use of the product, such as lamps, fiberoptic cables and rubber eye cups OR any product which was purchased prior to April 29, 2016.
This warranty shall be void and of no effect: (1) if the product is damaged due to misuse, use in a manner
other than pursuant to the instruction for the use of the product, abuse, physical mishandling or natural causes
such as flood, fire, earthquake or other perils, as determined by SIC, or (2) if any repairs are made by persons
unauthorized by SIC to perform such services.
The warranties set forth here are in lieu of any and all other warranties expressed or implied, including, without
limitation, warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Purchaser’s rights thereunder are
granted in lieu of any other rights purchaser may have and purchaser hereby waives all other rights, warranties,
remedies or guarantees whatsoever with respect to the product.
SIC shall not be liable for any reason to any third parties in respect of the product or its performance. Further,
SIC shall not be liable for, and purchaser hereby releases SIC from any direct, indirect, consequential, special,
incidental or punitive damages in respect to the product. In no event shall SIC be liable for any breach of
warranty or other claim in an amount exceeding the purchase price of the product.
The customer is responsible for the shipping costs to Seiler Instrument Company. Seiler Instrument Company will
pay the most economical method of shipping back to the customer. Any special shipping method will be paid
by the customer.
Warranty must be registered online at:
http://www.seilermicro.com/products/warranty-registration/
MEDICAL DIVISION
Toll-Free: 800.489.2282 | Local: 314.968.2282 | Fax: 314.968.3601 | E-mail: micro@seilerinst.com | www.seilerinst.com
INTERNATIONAL
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REV. APRIL 2016
Dear Purchaser,
Congratulations on the purchase of your microscope. Your instrument has been carefully assembled
and shipped to you. Please complete the Warranty Registration online at the link below and answer the
questions to activate and guarantee your warranty. Retain this warranty document for your records.
Thank you for purchasing a Seiler microscope.
LIFETIME WARRANTY
Except as set forth in this Limited Lifetime Warranty, Seiler Instrument Company (“SIC”) hereby warrants that
each Seiler microscope product manufactured and/or sold by SIC shall be free from defects in materials and
workmanship under normal use and service for the life of the product. Lifetime Warranty includes mechanics,
optics, hardware (such as casters, knobs, tension band). This warranty is non-transferable and is valid only
with respect to the original purchaser of the product. SIC obligation under this warranty shall be limited to
repairing or replacing, at SIC facility and at SIC expense, any parts or components which are demonstrated to
be defective. The purchaser shall be responsible for shipment of the product to SIC facility at 3433 Tree Court
Industrial Blvd., St. Louis MO 63122, Attention: Micro Product Department, or such other facility as SIC may
otherwise designate. Under certain circumstances which are pre-approved by SIC, necessary repairs may be
made at the purchaser’s facility. A return authorization is required before returning any product for warranty
service by calling 1-800-489-2282 x347.
This warranty shall not apply to electronic and electrical components of the microscope or accessories such as
video equipment, monitors and laptop which carry a three (3) year warranty OR any components which are
consumable or are required to be replaced or disposed of in normal use of the product, such as lamps, fiberoptic cables and rubber eye cups OR any product which was purchased prior to April 29, 2016.
This warranty shall be void and of no effect: (1) if the product is damaged due to misuse, use in a manner
other than pursuant to the instruction for the use of the product, abuse, physical mishandling or natural causes
such as flood, fire, earthquake or other perils, as determined by SIC, or (2) if any repairs are made by persons
unauthorized by SIC to perform such services.
The warranties set forth here are in lieu of any and all other warranties expressed or implied, including, without
limitation, warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Purchaser’s rights thereunder are
granted in lieu of any other rights purchaser may have and purchaser hereby waives all other rights, warranties,
remedies or guarantees whatsoever with respect to the product.
SIC shall not be liable for any reason to any third parties in respect of the product or its performance. Further,
SIC shall not be liable for, and purchaser hereby releases SIC from any direct, indirect, consequential, special,
incidental or punitive damages in respect to the product. In no event shall SIC be liable for any breach of
warranty or other claim in an amount exceeding the purchase price of the product.
The customer is responsible for the shipping costs to Seiler Instrument Company. Seiler Instrument Company will
pay the most economical method of shipping back to the customer. Any special shipping method will be paid
by the customer.
Warranty must be registered online at:
http://www.seilermicro.com/products/warranty-registration/
MEDICAL DIVISION
Toll-Free: 800.489.2282 | Local: 314.968.2282 | Fax: 314.968.3601 | E-mail: micro@seilerinst.com | www.seilerinst.com
NEW MICROSCOPE MODELS
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REV. APRIL 2016
MEDICAL DIVISION
3433 Tree Court Industrial Blvd.
St. Louis, Missouri 63122
USA
Toll Free: (800) 489-2282
Local: (314) 968-2282
Email: micro@seilerinst.com
Web: www.seilerinst.com
Version April 2017
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