Alisun 400 - Solan Sunbeds

Alisun 400 - Solan Sunbeds
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SUNVISION 422 XXL - SOFT INTENSIVE POWER
SUNVISION 433 XXL - DUOTAN POWER
SUNVISION 444 XXL - TRUETAN POWER
SUNVISION 466 XXL - TRUETAN POWER 160 WATT
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FOREWORD
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CONTENTS
You have made an excellent choice in purchasing a SUNVISION 400. The
SUNVISION 422, 433, 444 and 466 sunbeds are the result of years of
development work and careful manufacture. The SUNVISION 400-SERIES
are designed to be as user friendly as possible and, of course, comply fully
with all applicable European safety requirements. We ask that you read
these instructions carefully: For the safety of your guests and to ensure
that you enjoy your SUNVISION sunbed for as long as possible.
FOREWORD.............................................................................2
This manual provides the information you will need to install, program and
maintain a sunbed from the SUNVISION 400-SERIES. This manual also
contains general information that each studio owner will find useful.
HOW IS THE SUNVISION 400 PACKED .......................................7
Each SUNVISION 400 comes with an instruction poster. This explains to the
user of the SUNVISION 400 how he or she can achieve safe and effective
tanning with the sunbed.
SERIAL NUMBERS
SERIAL NUMBERS ....................................................................2
TECHNICAL VARIATIONS ..........................................................3
INTRODUCTION TO THE SUNVISION 400-SERIES .......................3
PREPARATION .........................................................................5
POSITIONING ...........................................................................7
ASSEMBLY PARTS....................................................................7
ASSEMBLY ............................................................................10
PROGRAMMING .....................................................................17
OPERATION...........................................................................20
TANNING WITH THE SUNVISION 400-SERIES ...........................23
MAINTENANCE.......................................................................27
Make a note of the serial numbers of your SUNVISION 400 below. You will
need these if you contact your supplier with questions.
READING OUT SERVICE DATA ................................................29
COINBOX AND RECEPTION CONTROL SYSTEM ........................30
Both the bench and the canopy have their own serial number. You will find
the manufacturer s stickers with the serial numbers on the back, at the end
of the profiles. The serial numbers are also mentioned on the stickers on
both sides of the cardboard boxes.
Bench
_______________________________________
serial number
Canopy _______________________________________
serial number
TROUBLESHOOTING ..............................................................31
PARTS LIST ...........................................................................32
ENVIRONMENT ......................................................................33
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY .............................................33
GUARANTEE CONDITIONS ......................................................33
INTRODUCTION TO THE
SUNVISION 400-SERIES
TECHNICAL VARIATIONS
A sunbed from the SUNVISION 400-SERIES consists of a canopy and a
bench. To make it a complete sunbed, the canopy and the bench must be
combined with the other parts and be assembled on site.
The SUNVISION tanning equipment belongs to the top end of the professional
market and is manufactured by Alisun Europe B.V. The SUNVISION 400 is a
modern sunbed from the SUNVISION line and has an excellent price / quality
ratio.
The SUNVISION 400-SERIES consists of four types:
the SUNVISION 422 canopy has 32 (16x2) 55 Watt PL-L 55cm lowpressure face tanner tubes and 18 Brilliant Sun plus R-XT 100 Watt
(UV-type3), or 18 Brilliant Sun R-Intensive 100 Watt (UV-type 4), 1,80
metre tubes as standard.
the SUNVISION 433 canopy has 18 SunVision XTR 200 DuoTan 180
Watt 2,00 metre tubes as standard.
the SUNVISION 444 canopy has three 320 Watt SE high-pressure face
tanners with parabolic reflectors and 18 Brilliant Sun plus R-XT 100
Watt (UV-type3), or 18 Brilliant Sun R-Intensive 100 Watt (UV-type 4),
1,80 metre tubes as standard.
the SUNVISION 466 canopy has three 400 Watt SE high-pressure face
tanners with parabolic reflectors and 18 Cosmolux VHR4 160 Watt 1,80
metre tubes as standard.
Features
The SUNVISION 400-SERIES comes with a number of standard built-in
features. The 200-cm long 120-Watt lighting tubes in the bench are one
such standard feature of the SUNVISION 400-SERIES and all types are fitted
with the unique ergonomically shaped acrylic sheet. Its blue quiet-time
lighting, the illuminated display in the canopy and the floodlight in the
bench are also standard features.
Options
In addition to the standard functions the SUNVISION 400-SERIES can also be
supplied with different tube options for the canopy. The following types of
lighting tubes are available as an option for the SUNVISION 422 XXL and
the SUNVISION 444 XXL:
- Cosmolux RCS 100 Watt
- Brilliant Sun Intensive 100 Watt
- Brilliant Sun R Intensive 100 Watt
The bench of the SUNVISION 400-SERIES has 18 SUNVISION XTR 200
Plus 120 Watt 2 metre tubes as standard..
Variations are listed with the type.
Accessories:
Colours
The following accessories for the SUNVISION 400 are available from your
distributor:
- Reception control system (multiple)
part no.: 356565+337340
- Reception control system (single)
part no.: 356590
- Coin box
part no.: 355134
- Coins
part no.: 355132
Basic colours for the SUNVISION 400-SERIES are:
Titanium Silver, Cool White and Pearl White
Accents for the SUNVISION 400-SERIES:
Mystic Blue
Approval
All SUNVISION tanning equipment has been comprehensively inspected
and awarded the following seals of approval:
- EMC
Key-mark (TÜV)
CE mark
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Tanning
The SUNVISION 400 gives a high tanning result. This is not only because of
the powerful tubes but also, among other things, because of the effective
cooling technology of the tubes and the high quality acrylic sheets which
allow the maximum amount of UV light to radiate through and are extremely
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durable. The powerful 120W tubes in the bench which are 200 cm long also
make it possible for taller people to tan all over.
The powerful 320W and 400W SE TrueTan® face tanners are fitted with a
special parabolic reflector in combination with extremely advanced filtering
technology. This technology allows the maximum amount of UV-B to
penetrate while eliminating undesirable heat. Naturally these face tanners
are adjustable and safeguarded from unexpected overheating. Safety is a
priority.
Unique Soft Intensive System (SIS®) low-pressure face tanners with 55 cm
long 55W PL-L tubes guarantee comfortable tanning that is kind to the skin
and emit even less heat than the high-pressure variety. The low-pressure
face tanners are also adjustable from the operating panel. More information
about this can be found in the chapter OPERATION .
The DuoTan tubes guarantee comfortable tanning that is kind to the skin and
emit even less heat than the high-pressure face tanners.
Cooling
Powerful flow fans in combination with the vents at the head and foot of the
bench and the canopy ensure a long life and maximum output as far as the
lighting tubes are concerned. Because tube and body cooling are separate
from each other the SUNVISION 400 has sublime cooling. The warm air from
the lamp cooling is discharged directly to the outside and does not pass along
the body. Air from the outside is drawn in so that the client is cooled with
fresh air and not with air that has already been warmed by the tube cooling.
The level of body cooling can be adjusted in increments and can therefore be
set to each user s liking. The setting can be read off the control panel.
Control panel
The operating panel of the SUNVISION 400 is located in the end piece above
the face tanners which makes it easy for everyone to read. The unit is simple
to operate with the aid of the clear touch keys. See the OPERATION chapter
for more information on the control panel.
Safety
The reliable technology of the SUNVISION 400 ensures optimal continuity.
Each SUNVISION 400 satisfies the European standards and tests and is fitted
with the Active Safety Monitoring System as standard; a powerful processor
that continuously monitors all main relays. In the event of a fault the tubes are
immediately switched off and the cooling is automatically initiated.
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Comfort
During the development of the SUNVISION 400 SERIES explicit consideration
was given to user comfort. All designs are fitted with a powerful body
cooler for optimal refreshment while opening and closing the canopy
requires only a light touch on account of the well-balanced gas springs.
The height of the bench and the generous opening of the canopy make it
easy for the user to lie down. The reclining comfort of SUNVISION 400 is
truly incomparable thanks to the ergonomically shaped acrylic sheet which
relieves a great deal of the pressure. The electronic operation is extremely
simple and all information is visible at a glance on a clear digital display.
Studio control
The SUNVISION 400 is furnished with a separate coin box and reception
control connection, in an easily accessible location. Naturally, with the option
of installing the Alisun reception control and coin box with full control over the
sunbed. See the chapter COIN BOX AND RECEPTION CONTROL SYSTEM
for more information.
Quality
The SUNVISION 400-SERIES is manufactured from high-quality materials to
give the maximum possible lifetime. It is based upon a sturdy aluminium
construction with steel cross-bracing. The use of top quality plastics with
special UV blockers gives the SUNVISION 400 s plastic parts high UVstability.
Maintenance
One of the most important points when developing the SUNVISION 400 was to
make it service and maintenance-friendly. By opening the two locks the entire
front panel of the SUNVISION 400 can be removed all at once which creates
generous access for servicing. The electrical components are all within easy
reach and where necessary can be lifted out of the sunbed for servicing and
maintenance. All ballast units and other parts are of an easily manageable
size.
Wear resistant, smooth finished materials are used, making the SUNVISION
400 maintenance friendly and easy, quick and hygienic to clean. The control
panel plus LED screen and touch keys are covered by a membrane, making
dirty edges a thing of the past and cleaning simple. Changing tubes and
cleaning are easy because the acrylic sheets can be opened in a simple
operation. See the chapter MAINTENANCE for more information.
PREPARATION
Type of outlet material
Tube smooth Ø250mm (1 metre)
90º Bend smooth Ø250mm
45º Bend smooth Ø250mm
Hose flexible Ø250mm (1 meter)
90º Bend flexible Ø250mm
45º Bend flexible Ø250mm
100% Throughflow cover
The SUNVISION 400 is an advanced sunbed, which can provide years of
trouble-free use. But first of all we would like to bring a number of points to
your attention.
Counterpressure
(in Pa)
8
40
20
40
150
73
15
Foundation
Example: The outlet needs to go straight up for 2 metres, then make a 90º left turn
above the ceiling, followed by another bend at 90º towards the back, finally
extending another metre through the wall to the outside through a cover that
allows100% troughflow. If a smooth outlet tube is used, the fan for a situation such
as this would need a counterpressure of 8 + 8 + 40 + 40 + 8 + 15 = 119 Pa. The
result is proper ventilation and effective cooling. When using a flexible outlet hose,
the counterpressure works out at: 40 + 40 + 150 + 150 + 40 + 15 = 435 Pa. This
counterpressure is well above the maximum counterpressure for the fan (260 Pa.).
It is important for the correct functioning of the SUNVISION 400 that the floor
on which it stands is level and can bear the weight of the sunbed. We
recommend that the floor is made of a hard material such as parquet,
laminate, linoleum or a synthetic cast floor. When choosing the floor
covering, bear in mind that you will need to be able to clean the floor
thoroughly on a regular basis.
Cabin dimensions
If you have any questions about the correct outlet for your situation, please
contact your distributor who will be pleased to give you further assistance.
If you wish to connect several beds to a single outlet, you would be well
advised to consult a ventilation expert. Make sure that a connection is
already present before the sunbed is put in place. A drawing showing the
exact measurements in detail can be found at the end of this chapter.
The recommended minimum cabin dimensions for positioning the
SUNVISION 400 are 2.40 x 2.30 m (LxW). A drawing with dimensions can
be found at the end of this chapter.
Air extraction system
The SUNVISION 400 has one external air exhaust outlet, which extracts the
air from the canopy and the bench. It is important that the diameter is kept
at Ø250mm for effective air extraction. A smaller diameter means less
effective cooling as well as the likelihood of damage and wear and tear
through overheating. Before connecting a tube or hose to the flow fan the
grill cover first needs to be removed. It is advisable to use a separate tube
or hose leading directly to the outside.
Air supply
The air from the surrounding area is used to cool the tubes of the
SUNVISION400. The body cooling also uses the air from the surrounding
area. Because the SUNVISION 400 has an external air supply connection, it
is important that there is an adequate supply of fresh air.
The rule of thumb normally applied is that no less than 3x the surface area
of the air vent must be able to flow freely into the area to avoid draught
problems. The surface size of the air intake in this case would need to be
not less than 0.59m2.
For effective ventilation it is important that the flow fan is able to extract the
air with as little counterpressure as possible. The counterpressure of the
material used (a smooth tube or a ribbed flexible hose) will therefore
determine the maximum length and the number of bends of the outlet. The
table below shows what sort of material produces what sort of resistance.
The maximum counterpressure of the fan for the SUNVISION 400 is
determined at 260 Pascal. The average counterpressure must be between
100 and 250 Pa. The minimum counterpressure is also an important
consideration. When the counterpressure is too low the appliance
becomes warm and uses up more electricity than necessary. A simple
calculation enables you to work out which combination of outlet material is
appropriate for your situation.
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IMPORTANT: The maximum air humidity of the atmosphere should not
exceed 80%. The cabin temperature should not exceed 28°C. We
recommend an average ambient temperature of 23°C.
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Power supply
Before the sunbed can be put in place, a suitable power supply must be
present in the cabin. The SUNVISION 400 requires a power supply of
230/400V 3N~50Hz and a wall socket CEE Form 16A 5-pole.
Plug
Wall socket fitting
Wall socket extension
Reception control and coin box
If a reception control system or a coin box is required the necessary wiring
must be present before the sunbed is put in place. Connection information
can be found in the chapter entitled COIN BOX AND RECEPTION CONTROL
SYSTEM .
Failure to follow these instructions correctly will delay installation and may
lead to the equipment being damaged during use.
Technical values
SUNVISION
Connection value
Minimum fuse (slow)
Power in kW
Air displacement central exhaust system (m³/hour)
Maximum air displacement Body Cooler (m³/hour)
Maximum dimensions in mm (L x W x H)
Weight in kilograms
Dimensions
422
5.3
230
433
444
466
230/400V 3N~50Hz
3x16A
6.0
6.5
7.6
2550
1815
2275 x 1232 x 1526
235
236
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HOW IS THE SUNVISION 400 PACKED
FASTENING PARTS
The SUNVISION 400 comes packed in eight cardboard boxes numbered
according to their assembly sequence. The first box contains the two legs
making up the stand. The second box contains the rear wall, the metal
sections of the pedestal frame, plastic parts, the cushion and items
required for the assembly. Packed into the third box is the complete fan
unit including air hoses for the canopy and bench as well as fastenings.
The fourth box contains the bench. The fifth box has the canopy with the
support arm already fitted, the stickers, the handle and the wires and
fixture for the floodlight. The sixth box contains the body cooler and the
ballast units are packed into boxes seven and eight.
Socket-head screw M6x10
3x
part number: 370510
Socket-head screw M8x25
10x
part number: 370523
Socket-head screw M8x60
2x
part number: 370530
Socket-head screw M8x80
4x
part number: 370534
Socket-head screw M8x110
1x
part number: 370538
Carriage bolt M10x60
2x
part number: 370570
Metal screw M5x50
3x
part number: 370247
Unpacking and checking
Please check immediately at delivery if the SUNVISION 400 has been
delivered to you complete and undamaged. If necessary, open the boxes
and check the contents for visible damage. Inform the transport company
immediately of any visible damage.
POSITIONING
Your SUNVISION 400 will have undergone high voltage, earth resistance
and functionality tests in the factory. It is however still possible that your
SUNVISION 400 may appear not to work, or not to work properly, after
connection. In this event first read the TROUBLESHOOTING chapter.
In order to quickly find solutions to faults in your specific SUNVISION 400 it
is a good idea to have the serial numbers to hand when you contact your
supplier. We recommend that you note the serial numbers on the first page
of this manual so that it is to hand if you need it.
Environment
We have described the environmental requirements for optimal, safe and
hygienic tanning in the PREPARATION chapter.
The SUNVISION 400 is delivered in separate components and must be
assembled on site. Take into account the space required to put down all
the separate components.
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Tapping screw 2.9x19
18x
part number: 370004
Washer M6
3x
part number: 370643
Tapping screw 4.8x9.5
22x
part number: 370099
Washer M8
6x
part number: 370644
Tapping screw 4.8x25
2x
part number: 370104
Washer M10
2x
part number: 370645
Tapping screw 6.3x13
5x
part number: 370113
Panel washer M8x30x1.5
4x
part number: 370713
Fork shaft M10x40
2x
part number: 346820
Fork clip M10x40
2x
part number: 346819
Nylon washer 10.2x17x2
4x
part number: 337621
Nylon slide bearing
4x
part number: 336116
Chipboard screw 4.5x17
Self-locking nut M8
Self-locking nut M10
10x
2x
2x
part number: 370804
part number: 370621
part number: 370622
Nylon spacer
4x
part number: 337611
End insert
4x
part number: 337198
Hex key 4mm
1x
part number: 371004
Hex key 6mm
1x
part number: 371000
Hex key 5mm
1x part number: 371002
Open-end spanner13/17mm
1x
part number: 371011
Bench key, square 6mm
1x
part number: 370971
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ASSEMBLY
This chapter provides a step by step description of the assembly process.
We recommend that you read through the entire chapter before starting
with the assembly.
Secure it to the legs of the stand with four
socket-head screws (M8x25).
Before commencing please check that the voltage at your location is the
same as that indicated on the type plates on the canopy and bench.
We recommend that when you commence the assembly you leave
sufficient distance from the wall to provide access to the back.
Position the steel seal plate at the top of the
back of the back wall and secure with the 6
chipboard screws (4.5x17).
Open box 1 and remove the legs of the stand
from the packaging.
Next the flow fan (from box 3) can be mounted
to the back wall.
Also open box 2 and take out the blister pack
with the fastening items. Save the styrofoam
blocks. They are needed for the assembly of
the canopy.
Put the end inserts into the floor-end of the legs
of the stand (4x).
Next put the wooden back wall in place.
Put the flow fan in place and secure to the back
wall with 4 washers (M8) and 4 socket-head
screws (M8x25). Don t tighten the nuts too
much.
Position the short air hose between the flow fan
and the back wall and secure at both ends with
the hose clips provided. The remaining ends of
the hose clips can be cutted off.
Also secure the long air hose for the canopy to
the flow fan with the hose clip provided.
Fasten the complete support profile to the front
of both legs of the stand. To do this use 2
socket-head screws (M8x25).
If the appliance is being connected to an
external exhaust, the grill cover can now be
removed from the top of the flow fan. Place the
air exhaust hose over the outlet and fasten with
a hose clip.
Secure the front support profile to the side
profiles on the left and the right using 4 tapping
screws (4.8x9.5).
Next assemble the frame for the pedestal. Lay
all the parts in their correct positions and first of
all fasten the short support profiles with the
plastic side covers on the left and the righthand sides of the back wall.
Secure the support profile in the centre to the
side profiles on the left and the right using 4
tapping screws (4.8x9.5).
To do this use 4 chipboard screws (4.5x17).
Remove the protective film from the plastic end
pieces.
The bench can now be put in place. Open box
4. By pulling the small cover away from the end
piece carefully with a screwdriver you can hold
on to the bench and move it more easily.
Place the bench carefully over the side covers
and ensure that the side covers are wedged
firmly between the inside of the end piece and
the metal holding clips.
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Place the bench with its location braces onto
the legs of the stand. The holes in the braces
must be aligned exactly with the holes in the
legs. Secure the bench to the legs using 4
panel washers (M8x30x1.5) and 4 socket-head
screws (M8x80).
Secure it on both sides using 2 socket-head
screws (M8x60), 2 washers (M8) and 2 selflocking nuts (M8). Don t tighten the nut on the
side of the ring too much.
Next fasten the steel seal plate from the back
wall to the profile of the bench. To do this use 5
tapping screws (6.3x13).
Remove the two gas springs from box 6 and
secure these onto both legs of the stand. Make
sure when doing this that the narrow section of
the gas spring with the rings on it points down.
Now open the box containing the canopy (box
5).
Put the carriage bolt (M10x60) from the outside
to the inside through the middle hole in the legs
of the stand and next place on it a nylon spacer
(10.3x15x7.5), the fork with the complete gas
spring and another nylon spacer (10.3x15x7.5).
Secure the items together to the inside of the
leg with the washer (M10) and the self-locking
nut (M10).
On both sides place the two nylon slide
bearings in the hinge point of the support arm.
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Take the two styrofoam pieces out of the box
and lay them on the bench as support for the
canopy. Now lay the canopy on the styrofoam
pieces and place the support arm with the
hinge points into the frame.
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Now lift up the canopy and fasten the gas
springs to the hinge arm. Put the shaft through
the fork and through the right hole of the
fastening plate. At this point it is important to
check whether the canopy springs in all its
positions as it should. If this is not the case, it is
possible to change the position of the gas
springs.
If the canopy goes up by itself, the lower
section of the gas springs on both sides needs
to be moved to the frontmost hole of the legs of
the stand.
Place two additional nylon washers (10.2x17x2)
on both the gas springs (on each gas spring
there will now be a total of four nylon washers
and one rubber ring) and twist the forks back
onto them. Now secure the gas springs to both
sides in the fastening plate again.
Lift the canopy up and place the covering plate
for the gas springs face up behind the canopy.
If the canopy comes down by itself, move the
lower section of the gas spring to the rearmost
hole in the legs of the stand.
Press the lower edge of the cover to the back
and allow it to drop into the five grooves in the
steel seal plate of the back wall.
Remove the rubber ring from both the gas
springs (there is now a total of only two nylon
washers on each gas spring) and return the
forks. Secure the gas springs to both sides
back in the fastening plate.
Secure the cover for the gas springs on both
sides to the steel seal plate. To do this use 2
tapping screws (4.8x9.5).
Finally slide the clip over the end of the shaft till
it is held firmly in place.
Also secure it to the top of the legs of the stand.
To do this use 2 tapping screws (4.8x9.5).
Remove the protective film off the cover for the
gas springs. Take the name and type stickers
from box 5 and and stick them on the cover for
the gas springs in the indentations for that
purpose. Press the stickers on firmly and rub
over them with a clean cloth to remove any
bubbles.
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Lead the power cord of the canopy down over
the top of the cover and feed it together with the
cord from the flow fan through the hole in the
back wall. After the cords have been pushed
through the hole in the back wall the small
cover can be twisted on to close it off.
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Remove the protective film from the covers for
the support and fix the covers on the support
arm. To do this use 2 tapping screws (4.8x9.5)
and 2 tapping screws (4.8x25). Make sure that
the canopy cord stays tucked behind the cover.
Now attach the hose to the back of the canopy.
Fix it in place with a hose clip.
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Next open box 7 and get the power cord out of
the box.
Feed this power cord also through the hole in
the back wall for that purpose.
The bed can now be lifted or pushed back and
placed in the correct position. This should be
done with care to avoid scratching the floor.
Next place the body cooler at the foot of the
bench, feed the power cord through the hole for
that purpose in the side cover.
Secure the body cooler to the end piece using a
socket-head screw (M8x110). Don t tighten the
screw yet.
Also secure the body cooler to the pedestal
frame using 3 washers (M6) and 3 socket-head
screws (M6x10). The M8 screw can now be
tightend.
Remove the component section and the ballast
units from boxes 7 and 8 by unscrewing them
from the box.
First of all connect the power cord to the
component section in accordance with the
sticker.
Green/yellow wire=
Blue wire = N
Fix the cord into the saddle clamp.
Connect the earth wires to the component
section.
Now tilt the component section on its edge and
position it between the leg of the stand and the
side cover at the head end. Ease it flat on to the
pedestal frame.
Connect the wires of the body cooler (3 pole) to
the component section and secure the
connector with two tapping screws (2.9x19).
Also connect the 3-pole plug of the main flow
fan to the component section.
Next lay out all the ballast units in the right
sequence in front of the appliance. On the left,
the ballast units for the bench, then the ballast
for the face tanners (for the 433: let the plug
hang loose) followed by the ballast units for the
canopy.
Take the cord of the display lighting and secure
the connector to the component section with two
tapping screws (4.8x9,5).
Pull the plug of wire K05 A2 from the relay.
Connect all the connectors to the backs of the
ballast units and secure the connectors with
two tapping screws (2.9x19) per connector.
Take the loose wire beam out of box 5, take the
plug of wire K05 A2 and connect the plugs with
the little metal strip. Now place the joined plugs
back on the relay.
Place all the ballast units next to each other flat
on the pedestal frame and connect the wire
beam coming out of the component section to
the black connectors on the ballast units. Make
sure that no cables or wires are left lying on the
ballast units.
Now take the flat connector of the display
lighting and plug it into the connector on the
component section.
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Detach the switch of the quiet-time light from
the wire beam. Feed the wires with the small
plugs from the inside to the outside through the
side cover at the foot end. Take the loose wire
of the display lighting (Xf 51-01), feed it through
the side as well and connect it to the plug of
wire Xf 46-01 with the little metal strip.
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Fasten the front cover with the two locks.
Now place the plugs back on the switch.
Click the switch back onto the side cover.
Fasten the handgrip to the front of the canopy
using 3 metal screws (M5x50).
Finally remove all remaining protective film.
The power supply can now be switched on.
The SunVision 400 is now ready for
programming.
Take the fixture for the floodlight out of the box
and secure it to the legs of the stand using 4
tapping screws (4.8x9,5).
Now take the flat connector of the display
lighting and plug it into the connector of the
fixture for the floodlight.
Make sure that no cables or wires are left lying
on the ballast units.
Now place the front cover of the bench into the
profiles for the purpose in the pedestal frame,
tilt the front cover against the underneath of the
bench.
PROGRAMMING
For optimal use of the SUNVISION 400 some functions can be adjusted
according to your wishes. The programming is quite simple but we
recommend that it be done carefully to ensure the correct functioning of
the SUNVISION 400. We suggest that you make a list with your wishes
before you start programming. You can change the following functions for
which standard values have already been pre-programmed at the factory:
Control panel SUNVISION 400
The SUNVISION 400 can be programmed with the control panel.
Unplug the SUNVISION 400 from its socket, plug the SUNVISION 400 back
into the wall and within 10 seconds press keys (2), (3) and (4)
simultaneously. You will hear a short beep. You are now in
programming mode 88 . The orange LED (5) and the red LED (6) both
light up.
1x green key (7) takes you to the main mode . The orange LED (5) is
off, the red LED (6) is on, the display shows 00 .
Using the red key (8) you can select the functions you wish to change.
When in the correct function, press the green key (7) once.
The figure shown in the display can be changed using key (3) for up
and key (4) for down .
To confirm the number press the green key (7) once.
To exit from the main mode press the green key (7) twice.
To save your settings press key (1) once.
Maximum tanning time (function 10). Standard 12 minutes, can be
adjusted between 0 and 30 minutes (UV-type 4) or 0 and 60 minutes
(UV-type 3).
Face tanner adjustment facility (function 20). See step 4.
After-cooling time (function 30). Standard 4 minutes, can be adjusted
between 1½ and 5 minutes.
Operating mode (function 40). Standard stand-alone . See step 6 for
options.
Undressing time (function 50). Standard 0 minutes, can be adjusted
between 0 and 4½ minutes.
Start position body cooler (function 61, 62 and 63) can be adjusted
between position 0 and position 9.
Time per pulse (function 70). Depends on the setting of function 40
(operating mode). Can be adjusted between 0 and 30 (or 60) minutes.
Body tubes on/off facility (function 80). Facility available as standard.
Programming step-by-step
In this paragraph we take you through the programming process step by
step using an example.
Example: You would like a maximum tanning time of 6 minutes, no face
tanner adjustment facility and 4 minutes after-cooling time. Your SUNVISION
400 will be connected to a coin box with pulse outlet, tanning time per coin
is 3 minutes and 2 minutes will be allowed for undressing.
When the appliance is plugged in, the display shows the number of the
software version that is used in your SUNVISION 400. After 7 seconds it will
change to 00 . When the display only shows a decimal point, the
SUNVISION 400 has been programmed in the display off mode (see step 6).
Programming in brief
Step 1
panel
This chapter begins with a brief explanation of programming for the more
experienced programmers. In the paragraph "Programming step-by-step"
we use an example to explain in 11 steps how you can change the
standard values according to your wishes.
SUNVISION 400
Activating the programming mode on the control
Unplug the SUNVISION 400 from the socket.
Plug SUNVISION 400 back into the wall. You will hear a short beep.
Within 10 seconds after plugging the appliance back in, press keys (2),
(3) and (4) simultaneously. The control panel display now shows 88
and the orange LED (5) and the red LED (6) both light up. You can
release the keys, the control panel is now in the programming mode.
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Step 2
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Selecting the main mode
Press the green key (7). The display shows 00 , the red LED (6) stays
lit while the orange LED (5) goes out. You are now in the main mode. In
this mode you can select the functions you wish to change.
Code
10
20
30
40
50
61/62/63
70
80
Function
Maximum tanning time
Face tanner adjustment facility
After-cooling time
Operating mode
Undressing time
Body cooling
Time per pulse
Body tube on/off facility
Step 3
Setting the maximum tanning time
This example uses a maximum tanning time of 6 minutes. The
manufacturer s setting is 12 minutes.
Press the red key (8) once. The display shows 10 . Function 10 can
now be adjusted.
Press the green key (7) once. The display shows a value ending with a
decimal point. This value represents the setting for the number of
tanning minutes. If your SUNVISION 400 has come directly from the
manufacturer the figure shown will be 12 .
Press key (4) once. The 12. on display jumps to 11 . We have chosen
6 minutes tanning time for our example which means that key (4) must
be pressed until the 11 in the display changes to 6 . Use the up key
(3) to increase the number of minutes.
Press the green key (7) once to confirm the tanning time setting. The
display now shows the number 20 . Function 20 can now be adjusted.
Step 4
Setting the face tanner adjustment facility
The adjustment facility (code 01) means that the user can turn the face
tanners down or off during the tanning session (manufacturer s setting).
The no adjustment facility (code 00) means that the user can only switch
them off. The choice in our example was no adjustment , which means
code 00. It is possible to skip the previous steps if, while in the main
mode , you keep pressing the red key (8) until the number 20 appears on
the display.
Press the green key (7) once. The display now shows 01 .
Press key (4) once. The display now shows 00 .
Confirm your selection by pressing the green key (7) once. The display
now shows the number 30 . Function 30 can now be adjusted.
Step 5
Setting the after-cooling time
In our example the choice is 4 minutes after-cooling time. If you wish to
skip the previous steps, you can keep pressing the red key (8), while in
main mode , until the number 30 appears on the display. The codes in
the following table are available to set the after-cooling time:
Code
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
Setting
1½ minute
2 minutes
2½ minutes
3 minutes
3½ minutes
4 minutes
4½ minutes
5 minutes
Press the green key (7) once. The display now shows the code which
represents the number of minutes for the after-cooling time. The
manufacturer s setting is 4 minutes, code 08 . Using key (4) this
number can be reduced and using key (3) will increase the number.
Confirm your selection by pressing the green key (7) once. The display
now shows the number 40 . Function 40 can now be adjusted.
Step 6
Adjusting the operating mode
Our choice for this example is to use a coin box. Function 40 can now be
adjusted because you have pressed the red key (8) three times while in
the main mode or because you have just confirmed the details in step 5
with the green key (7). The manufacturer s setting for the operating mode
is stand-alone . This setting corresponds with code 01. In this function you
can select one of the following codes:
Code
01
02
04
08
16
32
Setting
Stand-alone mode
Coin box, with SUNVISION 400 display on
Coin box, with SUNVISION 400 display off
- Not in use Reception control system mode
Coin box with pulse outlet
The display shows the number 40 . Press the green key (7) once. The
number on the display changes into 01 (manufacturer s setting).
Our choice was 32 (see example). Keep pressing key (3) until 32
Appears on the display.
Press the green key (7) once to confirm the setting. The display now
shows the number 50 . Function 50 can now be adjusted.
Step 7
positions available, the manufacturer's setting for function 61 (small) is
position '02.', for function 62 (standard) position '05.' and for function 63
(large) position '08.'. In our example we choose position '01.' for function
61. If you wish to skip the previous steps, you can keep pressing the red
key (8), while in main mode , until the number 60 appears on the display.
Setting the undressing time
Press the green key (7) once. The display now shows 02 .
Press key (4) once to lower this number to 01 .
Confirm this setting by pressing the green key (7). The display now
shows 62 . Function 62 can be adjusted.
This function needs to be set only if in step 6 you opted for the coin box
with pulse outlet (code 32) or the reception control system (code 16). If you
wish to skip the previous steps, you can keep pressing the red key (8),
while in main mode , until the number 50 appears on the display. The
following codes are available to set the undressing time:
Code
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
You can adjust function 62 (startposition '05.') following the same steps as
in function 61 or go directly to function 63 by pressing the stop key (8)
once.
Setting
Undressing timer not in use
½ minute
1 minute
1½ minute
2 minutes
2½ minutes
3 minutes
3½ minutes
4 minutes
4½ minutes
You can adjust function 63 (large volume '08.') following the same steps as
in function 61 or go directly to function 70 by pressing the stop key (8)
once
Step 9
The manufacturer s setting for this function is 0 minutes. For our
example we have opted for an undressing time of 2 minutes, code 04.
Press the green key (7) once. The display now shows 00 .
Press key (3) four times until the number 04 appears on the display
which corresponds with an undressing time of 2 minutes (see table).
Press the green key (7) to confirm your selection. The display now
shows 60 . Function 60 can now be adjusted.
Press the green key (7) once. The display now shows 10 .
Keep pressing key (4) for down or key (3) for up until 03 appears on
the display.
Confirm this setting by pressing the green key (7). The display shows
80 . Function 80 can now be adjusted.
Step 8 Setting the body cooling start position
Your guest can decide the air volume of the body cooler, large, standard or
small. You can decide the strength of these three positions. There are nine
SUNVISION 400
Setting the pulse timing
Our choice for this example is the coin box with pulse outlet. The setting
required for this was made in step 6. This function allows you to adjust the
tanning time per pulse. The tanning time can be adjusted between 0 and
30 (or 60) minutes. We opted for 3 minutes for this example. If you wish to
skip the previous steps, you can keep pressing the red key (8), while in
main mode , until the number 70 appears on the display.
Step 10
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The standard setting provides an on/off facility for the body tubes. This
means that the user is able to switch the body tubes off during the tanning
session. We recommend that you do not alter this setting. If you wish to
skip the previous steps, you can keep pressing the red key (8), while in
main mode , until the number 80 appears on the display.
Press the green key (7) once. The display now shows 01 . This is
manufacturer s setting.
You nevertheless wish to change this setting? Press key (4) once. The
display now shows 00 .
Confirm this setting by pressing the green key (7). The display now
shows 00 . You are back in the main mode .
Press the green key (7) once. The red LED (6) will go out and the
orange LED (5) will light up.
Step 11
Saving all settings
Once all the settings have been introduced they need to be stored in the
active database of your SUNVISION 400. Please make sure that this is done
correctly to ensure that your settings are stored. Keep pressing the red key
(8) until 00 appears on the display (the main mode ) or from function 80
use the green key (7).
Press the green key (7) once. The orange LED (5) and the red LED (6)
will both light up as an indication that you are leaving the programming
mode.
Press key (1) once to save the settings. If this has been successful you
will hear a short beep.
All adjustments have now been made and your SUNVISION 400 has now
been programmed according to your wishes. All your settings have been
stored and will remain in the memory even in the event of a power failure.
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OPERATION
Once the user is reclining on the SUNVISION 400, the canopy is lowered.
The control panel will be visible above the face tanners in front of the user.
The material and printing of the control panel are selected so that the user
can read the text and symbols optimally during tanning, i.e. through UV
goggles. The control panel is covered by a membrane, making dirty edges
a thing of the past and cleaning easy.
Description of the control panel
On the control panel the following can be seen from left to right:
1 - key for cooling decrease
2 - key for cooling increase
3 - key for body tubes on / off
4 - key for face tanners on / off
5 - orange LED
6 - red LED
7 green key start
8 - red key stop
How to use the control panel
Body cooler increased (2) / reduced (1)
A body cooler has been placed at the foot of the bench of the SUNVISION
400. The degree of body cooling can be adjusted in increments via the
control panel.
Pressing the key with the large ventilator symbol (2), makes the body
cooler blow harder. Pressing the key with the small ventilator symbol (1)
reduces the body cooling effect.
While the ventilator keys are being pressed the level of the cooling effect
can be seen on the display. There are three levels:
RED STOP KEY (8)
Stop key (8) allows the user to put the SUNVISION 400 into pause mode.
The body tubes and the face tanners will switch off. The remaining tanning
time on the display continues to 0. The pause mode will last for 30
seconds.
Once the level of the body cooling has been adjusted, the level remains
visible for about 1 second on the display.
BODY TUBES ON / OFF (3)
By pressing the key for the body tubes (3) all the body tubes in the bench
and canopy are switched off. By pressing the key again the body tubes
come back on. If the body tubes do not respond to this key, the 00 setting
was selected during the programming making the on/off facility for the
body tubes unavailable.
If the user presses the start key (7) within 30 seconds, the pause mode is
cancelled and the tanning time will continue from the point before the
pause. This makes it possible for the user to continue the tanning session
after accidentally pressing the stop key (8).
If the start key (7) is not pressed again within the 30 seconds pause, the
SUNVISION 400 switches off. The ventilators will continue to provide aftercooling so that the SUNVISION 400 is ready quickly for the next user. The
red LED (6) on the display glows to show that the after-cooling process is
active.
Face tanners on / off (4) (not applicable for SunVision 433)
By pressing the key for the face tanners (4) the face tanners are switched
on or off. If the user keeps the key for the face tanners (4) pressed down
for longer than 1 second, the face tanners will switch off. The orange LED
(5) goes out when face tanners are switched off. Pressing the key once
again will restart the face tanners.
GREEN START KEY (7)
If your SUNVISION 400 has been programmed in the stand alone mode
(01) , the following operating instructions should be followed:
The user presses the start key (7). The display now shows the tanning
time in minutes and the orange LED (5) has lit up.
Each press of the start key (7) will reduce this time by 1 minute. This
can be continued until the desired tanning time has been reached. The
tanning time cannot be increased.
WARNING: switching the face tanners on and off in quick succession may
damage the tubes. A warm lamp is more difficult to start up.
Adjusting the strength of the face tanners. (not applicable for
SunVision 433)
Depending on the programmed settings (see chapter PROGRAMMING ), this
key can also allow the user to adjust the strength of the face tanners. This
is only possible if the 01 setting was selected during the programming as
this activates the face tanner adjustment facility
If your SUNVISION 400 has been programmed in the reception control
mode (16) , the SUNVISION 400 can be started in two different ways:
1. When start is pressed in the reception SUNVISION 400 gives three
beeps. The beeps indicate that the undressing time has begun. The
number of tanning minutes is shown on the reception display. The
undressing time (if set) counts down to 0 on the display of the
SUNVISION 400. The user undresses, lies down on the SUNVISION 400
and presses the start key (7). This interrupts the remaining undressing
time and the SUNVISION 400 comes on straightaway. When the
undressing time has passed the SUNVISION 400 comes on, regardless
of whether the user is in it or not.
If the key for the face tanners (4) is pressed for less than 1 second the face
tanners will switch from high power to normal power. In the case of the
SUNVISION 444 the capacity is reduced from 320W to 240W. In case of the
SUNVISION 466 the capacity is reduced from 400W to 300W. In the case of
the SUNVISION 422 only 8 of the 16 PL-L tubes will remain on. The orange
LED (5) will start flickering. Another brief touch (less than 1 second) on the
key for the face tanners (4) will switch the face tanners back to high power.
The orange LED (5) will stop flickering and will now glow continuously.
At that point the tanning time can be seen counting down in minutes
(the last minute is shown in seconds) on the reception display. If start
is pressed repeatedly at the reception or at the sunbed, the tanning
time is decreased in steps of 1 minute. If stop is pressed at the
Display
The display shows the tanning time in minutes, rounded up. The last
minute is shown in seconds.
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reception, the SUNVISION 400 stops.
2. If the sunbed has not been started by the reception, the user can
indicate this by pressing the start key (7). Three beeps will be heard at
the reception. The displays of the SUNVISION 400 and the reception
control will flash with the set tanning time. The reception can switch the
SUNVISION 400 on by pressing start and, if necessary, can then
decrease the tanning time in one-minute steps by holding down the
start key. It is not possible to increase the tanning time.
If stop is pressed at the reception during tanning, the SUNVISION 400
will switch off. If, during tanning, the stop key (8) is pressed on the
control panel of the SUNVISION 400, it switches over to pause mode for
30 seconds. If the start key (7) is pressed within 30 seconds, the
SUNVISION 400 will continue. When the 30 seconds have passed the
SUNVISION 400 will stop and switch over to after-cooling.
If your SUNVISION 400 has been programmed in the coin box with
display on mode (code 02) or in the coin box with display off mode
(code 04) the following operating instructions should be followed.
The user inserts a number of coins into a coin box and the SUNVISION
400 will start up. 00 appears on the display (only with code 02) and
the tanning time will increase during the session to the value of the
coins inserted. The coin box switches the SUNVISION 400 off when the
tanning time has passed.
If the stop key (8) on the control panel is pressed during tanning the
SUNVISION 400 will switch over to pause mode for 30 seconds. If the
start key (7) is pressed within 30 seconds, the SUNVISION 400 will
continue. After the 30 seconds, the SUNVISION 400 will stop and
switch over to after-cooling.
If your SUNVISION 400 has been programmed in the coin box with
pulse outlet mode (code 32) the following operating instructions
should be followed.
The user inserts a number of coins into the coin box and the display
on the reception control system will start to flash. Each time a coin is
inserted a beep will be heard. Coins can be inserted until the
maximum tanning time has been reached. If coins are inserted after
the maximum tanning time has been reached, three beeps will be
heard each time.
15 seconds after the last coin has been inserted the undressing time
will start. On the display of the SUNVISION 400 the undressing time is
counted down and the start key can be pressed. After the undressing
time has finished or the start key has been pressed, the SUNVISION
400 will start. Inserting coins during tanning has no effect. If the stop
key is pressed on the SUNVISION 400 control panel during tanning the
SUNVISION 400 will switch over to pause mode. If the start key is
pressed within those 30 seconds the SUNVISION 400 will continue.
After the 30 seconds have passed the SUNVISION 400 will stop and
switch over to after-cooling.
Quiet-time lighting
The SUNVISION 400 has one lighting tube that provides light for the
appliance while not in active use. It also has an illuminated display in the
canopy and a floodlight in the bench. These illumination elements can be
switched on and off with the aid of a switch which is located at the foot end
next to the body cooler.
When the quiet-time light is switched on, the tube in the canopy which is
closest to the handle should burn. If this is not the case, the connectors at
the backside of the ballast units (the three units at the right side of the
machine) should be changed until the right tube is burning. Screw the
connectors back on the ballast units using the parkers after changing
them.
TANNING WITH THE SUNVISION 400
How sensitive is the skin?
Answer the questions and write down the figure in question:
What colour are the eyes?
As the owner or employee of a tanning studio you naturally know how to
use your tanning equipment. Nevertheless, we will now list the regulations
and recommendations once again. This should enable you to offer your
guest good advice about healthy, safe and hygienic tanning using the
SUNVISION 400.
Light blue/green/grey.................0
Light brown ................................4
What is the natural hair colour?
Red/blonde/brown .....................0
Dark brown/black.......................4
Benefits
The use of tanning equipment has a number of beneficial effects on our
health. Apart from a healthy colour, sunlight promotes the generation of
vitamin D3, which is important for our entire bone system. Sunbathing thus
has a beneficial effect in the treatment of osteoporosis. Many people
experience an alleviation of muscular pain and rheumatic complaints after
a tanning course. There are also indications that sunbathing has a
beneficial effect upon metabolism, blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
But by far the greatest effect of sunshine appears to be its effect on our
mood. We become happier and more energetic and it is a great way of
combating stress and fatigue.
Mid-brown.......................... 2
What colour is the untanned skin?
Reddish .....................................0
White to beige............................4
Light brown/olive coloured.........16
White but not pallid ............ 2
White to brown................... 8
Dark brown ........................ 20
Has your guest got many freckles?
Yes ............................................0
No ...................................... 4
How does the skin react after having been out in the sun for a few hours at the
beginning of summer?
Painfully burnt, pealing ..............0
Somewhat burnt ........................4
Not burnt....................................12
Skin types
White skinned people can be divided into four skin types: I to IV inclusive.
Skin type I contains no pigmentation and cannot tan at all, can tan very
little, when exposed to the sun. People with this skin type are most likely to
suffer from sunburn and should not use any tanning equipment without
seeking advice from a doctor first. Skin type IV is a tinted, light skin, the
epidermis of which naturally contains a pigment, which can easily be
further developed by sunbathing without the danger of sunburn. Skin types
II and III represent the transition from I to IV.
Burnt/peeling slightly ......... 2
Very slightly burnt .............. 8
How brown is your guest after a week s holiday with lots of sun?
Not brown or hardly brown ........0
Deep brown ...............................4
Somewhat brown............... 2
Skin is naturally brown ...... 8
Check the figures and add up the total. You can determine your guest s
skin type using the table below.
Skin sensitivity table
It is important that your guest is aware of the sensitivity of his or her skin
and skin type before using tanning equipment. Your guest s experience
with natural sun is an important guideline here. The list of questions can
help your guest to reach a reasonable approximation of his or her skin
type.
SUNVISION 400
Blue/grey/green ................. 2
Dark brown/black............... 8
Total
<12
12-18
19-25
26-40
>40
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Skin type
I
II
III
IV
V of VI
Definition
Very sensitive skin
Sensitive skin
Normal skin
Skin with very good resistance to the sun
Naturally brown skin
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Tanning course
A course plan consists of eleven days (or thirteen days, depending upon
the skin type), the second day of which is a rest day. There is a rest period
of 48 hours between the first and second tanning sessions, and a rest
period of 24 hours between all subsequent tanning sessions. The tanning
time on the first day is never less than 3 minutes. Recommend your guests
not to use tanning equipment more often than 50 times per year. Also
recommend to observe a rest period of 4 weeks between each sunbathing
course.
In table 2 you can find the tanning time for your guest, which will depend
upon the skin type of your guest and the type of tubes in your SUNVISION
400.
IMPORTANT: The tanning times given (in minutes) in table 2 are based
upon the standard version of the SUNVISION 400. Different tube
combinations require different tanning times. Tables for other tube
combinations are available from your distributor upon request.
SUNVISION 422 XXL Bench: SUNVISION XTR 200 Plus 120W
UV-type 4
Canopy: Brilliant Sun R-Intensive 100W
sunbath
skin type II
skin type III
skin type IV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
10
4
5
6
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
12
13
4
5
6
7
9
10
11
12
13
15
16
17
TABLE 2
SUNVISION 422 XXL Bench: SUNVISION XTR 200 Plus 120W
UV-type 3
Canopy: Brilliant Sun plus R-XT 100W
sunbath
skin type II
skin type III
skin type IV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
6
6
7
8
9
10
10
11
12
13
13
14
6
7
8
10
11
12
13
15
16
17
19
20
6
7
9
11
13
15
16
18
20
22
24
26
SUNVISION 433 XXL Bench: SUNVISION XTR 200 Plus 120W
UV-type 4
Canopy: SUNVISION XTR 200 DuoTan 180 W
sunbath
skin type II
skin type III
skin type IV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
4
4
5
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
4
4
5
6
7
8
8
9
10
11
12
12
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
13
14
15
16
SUNVISION 444 XXL Bench: SUNVISION XTR 200 Plus 120W
UV-type 3
Canopy: Brilliant Sun plus R-XT 100W
sunbath
skin type II
skin type III
skin type IV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
6
7
8
8
9
10
11
12
12
13
14
15
6
7
9
10
11
13
14
15
17
18
19
21
SUNVISION 466 XXL Bench: SUNVISION XTR 200 Plus 120W
UV-type 4
Canopy: Cosmolux VHR4 160W
sunbath
skin type II
skin type III
6
8
10
12
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
27
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
SUNVISION 444 XXL Bench: SUNVISION XTR 200 Plus 120W
UV-type 4
Canopy: Brilliant Sun R-Intensive 100W
sunbath
skin type II
skin type III
skin type IV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
10
4
5
6
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
12
13
3
3
3
4
4
4
5
5
5
6
6
7
3
3
4
4
5
6
6
7
7
8
9
9
skin type IV
3
3
4
5
6
7
8
8
9
10
11
12
IMPORTANT: Bear in mind that new lamps in the first 50 hours of use emit
around 20% more UV output . During this period you should reduce the
tanning time by around 20%.
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Sensible tanning
Tanning with tanning equipment is not without risks. Careless and
excessive use of tanning equipment, like excessive exposure to the sun,
increases the probability of eye and skin disorders. The degree to which
these effects occur is partially determined by the intensity and duration of
sunbathing, but is also influenced by the sensitivity of the person in
question.
Various European countries have guidelines and recommendations to
reduce or prevent the risks associated with sunlight. It is in your own
interest and that of your guest to follow your country s guidelines for
tanning.
The safe annual dose of sunlight was found to be 15 Kj/m2 by CEI/ICE
(reference number: 335-2-27:1995).
Your guest would do well to strictly observe the instructions in this manual
before beginning tanning.
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Care should be taken in determining your guest s skin type before
tanning and you should ensure that the tanning plan based upon this
skin type is followed.
Children under 16 years of age and people with skin type I are advised
not to sunbathe, i.e. not even outside. The only possible use of tanning
equipment for people with skin type I is for light therapy in consultation
with a doctor.
We recommend that cosmetics are removed several hours before
tanning. Some substances can influence the skin s sensitivity to light.
Sun cosmetics with a protection factor may not be used during tanning.
Special cosmetic products for sunbathing can, of course, be used.
Recommend your guests not to wear jewellery during tanning.
Bathing or showering before tanning is not recommended, because
soap dissolves the natural oils of the skin. Furthermore, the same
precautions apply for the SUNVISION 400 as those for any other
electrical equipment: Do not use in the direct vicinity of water or with
wet skin.
Just as for natural sunbathing it is a good idea to look after the skin
using a moisturiser and nourishing cream after tanning (and
showering).
UV light is harmful to the naked eye. Never look into the tubes when
they are on. Unprotected eyes can become infected due to sunbathing
and in certain circumstances - for example in the event of excessive
exposure - sunbathing can lead to damage to the retina. Excessively
frequent exposure can lead to cataracts over time. Ensure that your
guest protects his or her eyes with sunglasses that are suitable for this
purpose (UV goggles).
Contact lens users are advised to remove their lenses.
Excessive exposure to UV light from the sun or from tanning equipment
can lead to a burnt skin. Sunbathing too often can lead to a rapid
ageing of the skin and an increased probability of skin complaints.
Draw your guest s attention to the fact that the skin may not be exposed
to UV light more frequently than once per day.
Ask your guest to be patient. Tanning is not like painting where the final
coat covers immediately. Try not to force the pace.
Some medicines contain light-sensitive substances that can influence
the skin s sensitivity to UV light. Advise your guests to carefully read the
instructions accompanying a medicine and to consult a doctor in case
of any doubt.
If the skin unexpectedly goes red during tanning, there is probably a
heat erythema due to blood vessel dilatation. This causes excessive
heat to be carried away more quickly. Allow the body to cool, reduce
tanning times and try to prevent perspiration.
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Refer your guest to a doctor if he or she suffers skin problems.
Some women react differently to UV light when pregnant than normal.
Look out for this well and avoid UV light in the event of excessive
sensitivity. UV light is not dangerous to an unborn child.
Sunbathing with varicose veins is not a problem, provided the feet are
raised slightly, for example by resting them on a rolled up cloth.
Pacemakers are tested comprehensively by the manufacturer and are
resistant to normal UV light.
Further information
Alisun Europe B.V. publishes a handy booklet in which the most frequently
asked questions about sunbathing using tanning equipment and in natural
sunlight are answered. The booklet is entitled The sundial by Alisun and
is available from your distributor.
MAINTENANCE
Perform the following operations to remove the acrylic sheets:
Insert a flat-bladed screwdriver with a
minimum blade size of 6 mm on the top
between the plastic profile and the acrylic
sheet.
Turn the screwdriver and carefully lift the
plastic profile. The plastic profile will now
come free from the aluminium profile.
Perform the same operations on the other
side of the acrylic sheet.
Pull the plastic profile completely free from
the acrylic sheet on both sides.
The acrylic sheet can now be pushed
sideways out of the bench or canopy.
IMPORTANT: Always disconnect the power supply from the SUNVISION
400 before performing maintenance or servicing.
Cleaning
Clean the bench acrylic sheet after each use with an appropriate, nonabrasive cleaning agent. Also clean the canopy acrylic sheet regularly.
Choose a cleaning agent that does not contain ammonia or alcohol. These
substances will cause hairline cracks in the acrylic sheet. Wipe the acrylic
sheets with tissue or a soft, clean cloth
For optimal results, and to guarantee a long and trouble-free lifetime, we
recommend that you clean the sunbed regularly, according to the following
procedure:
Fitting the acrylic sheet
Perform the following operations to fit the acrylic sheets in the bench or
canopy:
Push the acrylic sheet sideways back into the bench or canopy.
Click the plastic profiles back into place.
Clean both sides of the acrylic sheets. Further down in this chapter we describe
how you can remove the acrylic sheets from the SUNVISION 400.
Turn the tubes through 90 and remove them from the tube holders. Clean the
entire length of the tubes with a damp cloth. (Before you can remove the body
tubes of the SUNVISION 422 you first need to remove the PL-L tubes).
Tubes
The tubes fitted to the canopy of the SUNVISION 466 provide an average of
800 effective operating hours. The tubes in the bench and the tubes in the
canopy of the SUNVISION 422, SUNVISION 433 and SUNVISION 444 give an
effective lifetime of 500 hours. The tubes may function for longer but the
UV output is reduced to the degree that tanning is noticeably reduced
after this period.
Use a vacuum cleaner to clean dirty areas in the SUNVISION 400.
Twist the clean tubes in the tube holders. To replace the tubes push the contact
pegs of the tube as far into the tube bases as possible, then turn the tube through
90 .
ATTENTION:
If you are not sure whether the tubes have sufficient UV output you can
have the tubes measured and replaced if necessary. Contact your
distributor.
Avoid touching the tube with your fingers. Fingerprints will burn
into the surface of the glass.
Reflector tubes should be placed so that the label is visible at
the bottom-end of the SUNVISION 400.
IMPORTANT: Bear in mind that new tubes in the first 50 hours of use emit
around 20% more UV output . During this period the tanning time should
be reduced by 20%.
Replace the acrylic sheets and check that they are secured.
Removal of the acrylic sheets
Only replace tubes with tubes of the same type. A different type of tube will
also have a different UV output, which will alter the tanning time.
Comment:
Only remove acrylic sheets from the sunbed when the SUNVISION 400
is at room temperature.
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PL-L tubes (SUNVISION 422)
Perform the following operations to replace
the PL-L tubes:
Disconnect the power supply from the
SUNVISION 422.
Remove the acrylic sheet from the
canopy.
Slide the PL-L tube in the direction
indicated by arrow, thereby releasing the
tube from the socket.
Now pull the tube slightly towards you,
thereby releasing the tube from the holder.
Place the new PL-L tube.
Place the acrylic sheet back into place.
High-pressure face tanners (SUNVISION 444, 466)
Perform the following operations to replace
the high-pressure tubes:
Disconnect the power supply from the
SUNVISION 444/466.
Remove the acrylic sheet from the canopy.
Support the filter glasses with your hand
and use the 4mm hex key to loosen the
socket-head screw by turning it counterclockwise 90 degrees.
Slide the glass holder to the right until it is
released from the brackets on the left-side.
You can now remove the glass holder with
the filter glasses from the casing and
exchange the tube.
ATTENTION:
Avoid touching the tube with your fingers. Fingerprints will burn into the
surface of the glass, causing the tube to
shatter after a short time. Position the new
tube using a clean cloth or piece of paper.
If you have touched the glass by accident,
you can remove the fingerprints with a
clean cloth.
The tube holders are equipped with
sprung contacts, which enables the new
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tube to be fitted easily.
Place the glass holder with the filter glasses back into the casing and
see to it that the clear glass is once again positioned on the inside (tube
side).
Slide the glass holder back into its original position and secure it with
the socket-head screw by turning it clockwise 90 degrees.
High-pressure tubes have a very high intensity in the UV-B range and even
in the dangerous UV-C spectrum. If UV-C radiation reaches the skin, the
skin will burn immediately. It is therefore absolutely imperative to avoid
direct radiation from high-pressure tubes.
IMPORTANT: If a filter glass of a face tanner is broken, the SUNVISION 400
may not be used under any circumstances.
High-pressure tubes contain heavy metals that sometimes precipitate onto
the inside of the glass tube. This is a normal effect and the metal globules
will vaporise as soon as the tube reaches its operating temperature.
Service
All electrical components are housed inside the bench. By opening the two
locks the entire front panel of the SUNVISION 400 can be removed all at once,
which creates generous access for servicing. The electrical components are
all within easy reach and where necessary can be lifted out of the sunbed for
servicing and maintenance. All ballast units and other parts are of an easily
manageable size.
If replacement components are required, e.g. ballast units, reflectors, a
control panel, etc. it is important to use only original parts. If this is not
done the UV capacity may be affected. The replacement of parts should
ideally be carried out by a qualified service technician. For further
information we recommend that you contact your distributor.
Step 5
READING THE SERVICE INFORMATION
Please note: The red key (8) allows you to browse through the functions
while the green key (7) allows a specific one to be selected.
As soon as the green key (7) has been pressed, two numbers light up
on the display. The value on the left indicates the number of digits that
make up the value of the selected function. The dot at the right bottom
corner indicates that the display is showing a value
Note the value indicated on the right and continue pressing (3). Note
each successive number on the right-hand of the display until the
number on the left-hand side of the display has reached 1. The number
last displayed on the right-hand side is the last digit of the total figure or
value for the function you have selected.
Control panel SUNVISION 400
Step 1
panel
Activating the programming mode on the control
Unplug the SUNVISION 400 from its socket.
Plug the SUNVISION 400 back into the wall.
You will hear a short beep. Within 10 seconds after putting the plug
back in the socket press keys (2), (3) and (4) simultaneously. The
control panel display will show 88 and the orange LED (5) and the red
LED (6) both light up. The keys can now be released, the control panel
is now in programming mode.
Step 2
Example: reading the number of body tube operating hours:
Select function 20.
The display shows [40.] This is the first number, note 0.
Press key (3). The display shows [32.], note 2 (02).
Press key (3) again. The display shows [29.], note 9 (029).
Press key (3) once more. The display shows [13.] (the number 1 on the
left-hand side of the display indicates that the last digit of the total
number is being shown), note 3 (0293).
This means that the number of body tube operating hours is 293.
Selecting the main mode
Press the start key (7). The display shows 00 , the red LED (6) remains
lit while the orange LED (5) goes out. You are now in the main mode.
Step 3
Selecting the service mode
Step 6
Press the start key (7) once more. The red LED (6) goes out and the
orange LED (5) lights up. You are now in the service mode.
Step 4
The different functions
Step 7
Resetting the counters
Function 90 allows you to reset all values (return to 0 setting). Only the
following values can be reset:
Function
Number of times body tubes switched on
Number of body tube operating hours
Number of times face tanners switched on
Number of face tanner operating hours
- Not in use - Not in use Cumulative number of users
Cumulative number of operating hours
Resetting the counters
SUNVISION 400
Returning to the service mode
Press key (3) again. You are now back in the service mode. The next
function is now available for reading or, using key (8), different functions
can be found.
While in the service mode you can use the red key (8) to browse
through the 9 different functions. The functions are:
Code
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
Reading the information
The function you wish to read can be selected by pressing the green
(start) key (7).
Code
10
20
30
40
50
29
Function
Number of times body tubes switched on
Number of body tube operating hours
Number of times face tanners switched on
Number of face tanner operating hours
- Not in use -
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Using the red key (8) browse through to function 90 (resetting the
counters) and press the green key (7) once to select function 90.
The display now shows 10. The dot at the right-hand bottom corner
indicates that this function can now be reset. You can now:
a. reset the function shown on the display (function 10) using the red
key (8), or
b. use key (3) to browse to the desired function, which can then be reset
using the red key (8).
Function 90 can be left by pressing key (3).
Example: resetting the body tube operating hours:
Select function 20.
The display shows [20.] Press the red key (8) to reset the body
tune operating hours.
Step 8
Leaving the service mode
You can leave the service mode by pressing the green key (7) just
once. The orange LED (5) and the red LED (6) will both light up. Now
press key (1) to leave the service mode. You will hear a short beep in
confirmation.
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COINBOX AND RECEPTION CONTROL
SYSTEM
A coinbox connected to the control print of the SUNVISION 400 controls
the software of the sunbed. A separate power supply must be provided for
the coinbox.
An Alisun reception control system does draw its power supply from the
SUNVISION 400. The correct functioning of the coinbox in combination with
the SUNVISION sunbeds requires a potential free (= voltage free) contact
with the coinbox. Alisun has developed a coinbox interface (art.nr.:
355170) so that coinboxes that have no potential free contact can be used.
For more information please contact your distributor.
If a reception control system or coinbox is installed, you select the required
operating mode during programming. There are five options for the
operating mode:
01 = stand alone (the manufacturer s setting)
02 = coinbox with SUNVISION 400 display on
04 = coinbox with SUNVISION 400 display off
16 = reception control system
32 = coinbox with pulse outlet
The PROGRAMMING chapter describes the programming of the SUNVISION
400 for these options. Operation is described in the chapter entitled
OPERATION .
Connecting the reception control system
IMPORTANT: Always disconnect the power from the SUNVISION 400
before performing maintenance or servicing on the sunbed.
If you remove the front of the bench, you will see the component section
with the connections for the coinbox and the reception control system at
your right-hand side.2
In the picture below the connection for the reception control sytem has
been numbered from the top down 1,2,3 and 4.
TROUBLESHOOTING
1. The SUNVISION 400 does nothing
Check whether the SUNVISION 400 is plugged in.
Check whether the SUNVISION 400 is correctly programmed. See the
chapter PROGRAMMING .
Check the mains supply; if necessary replace the group fuse.
Check whether the fuse in the SUNVISION 400 is defective.
1
2
3
4
2. The SUNVISION 400 still does not work
The SUNVISION 400 may be connected to a group to which several
items of equipment are already connected. If in any doubt contact your
distributor or the electricity company.
The control panel needs replacing. Contact your distributor.
In the box for the reception control system you will
see 4 poles numbered from left to right 4, 3, 2 and 1.
Connect the cables so that number 1 on the
reception control system is connected to number 1
on the printed circuit board Similarly, connect the
other terminals with the corresponding number, i.e. 2 with 2, 3 with 3 and 4
with 4.
3. One tube does not come on
Replace the tube that does not work with one that does.
If this tube does not work, replace the starter.
If this tube does work, replace the previous tube.
If the tube still does not work, it is likely that the ballast has to be
replaced. Contact your distributor.
Connecting the coinbox
1
2
On the printed circuit board of the SUNVISION 400 the
numbers 1 and 2 have been reserved for the
connection of a coinbox.
4. The tubes flash on and off
The voltage is too low. Consult your electricity company.
The environmental temperature is too low. Warm the environment
(temporarily).
5. The SUNVISION 400 gets too hot
Check whether the ventilators turn (and check if they turn in the right
direction) when the SUNVISION 400 is switched on. Contact your
distributor if this is not the case.
Check whether the air exhaust system is correctly connected. See the
chapter PREPARATION .
The environmental temperature is too high. Ventilate the area.
Connect the cables to the poles of the potential free contact in the coinbox.
6. The canopy does not remain stationary in any given position.
See the chapter ASSEMBLY . Check whether the gas absorbers have
been correctly assembled. Change the postions if neccessary.
If this has no effect, (one of) the gas absorbers might be defective.
Contact your distributor.
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Possible fault signals and solutions
PARTS LIST
In normal condition with the unit in standby mode the display should show
00 and on the mainprint LED D1 is on and LED D10 and LED D11 are
flashing.
In the scheme below can you see the possible fault signals and solutions.
Fault
Cause
Solution
F1 in display.
On mainprint LED D11 out.
Fault signal on sticking
relays or loose (sense
or output) wire.
Overruletimer.
Cable control unit not
properly connected.
Check relays for sticking
or loose wires. Reset by
power off and on.
Reset by power off and
on.
Take the connector out
and put it in again.
Check coin contact, reset
by closing the coinbox
contact.
Check cable and
connecters.
Cable control unit not
properly connected.
Check cable and
connecters.
Cable control unit not
properly connected.
Check cable and
connecters.
Cable control unit not
properly connected.
Check cable and
connecters.
F1 in display. On mainprint LED
D11 out.
F1 in display. On mainprint LED
D1, D10 and D11 on
Control unit beeping with right
point in display.
Sunbed goes in after-cooling
forever. Display 00. On mainprint
LED D10 flashing and D1 and D10
out.
Sunbed goes in after-cooling
forever. Display 00. On mainprint
LED D1 on and D10 and D11 out.
Sunbed goes in after-cooling
forever. Display out. On mainprint
LED D11 flashing and D1 and D10
out.
Sunbed goes in after-cooling
forever. Display out. LED D1, D10
and D11 out.
Connection between
foil and print
Coin box hanging.
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The following parts for the SUNVISION 400-series can be ordered from your
distributor:
Description
Blue filter glass TrueTan Power Focus (235x235mm)
Heat resistant glass 235x235mm Soladur
High-pressure tube Ariana N 300/500 SE
PL-L tube 55W
SUNVISION XTR 200 Plus 120W
SUNVISION XTR 200s 120W
Brilliant Sun plus R-XT 100W
Brilliant Sun Intensive 100W
Brilliant Sun R Intensive 100W
Cosmolux VHR4 160W
Cosmolux RCS 100W
SUNVISION XTR 200 DuoTan 180W
Tube holder plate SUNVISION 444/466-canopy, head-end
Tube holder plate SUNVISION 444/466-canopy, foot-end
Tube holder plate SUNVISION 422-canopy, head-end
Tube holder plate SUNVISION 422-canopy, foot-end
Tube holder plate SUNVISION 422/444/466-bench
Tube holder plate PL-L tubes 422-canopy
Reflector 1-tube FT SUNVISION 444/466, parabolic
Control PCB SV400
Control panel SV400 with cable
ART. NR.
345905
345916
350808
350720
350456
350446
350376
350306
350316
350190
350159
350681
341370
341371
341372
341373
341374
341375
332862
356513
356586
ENVIRONMENT
GUARANTEE CONDITIONS
Some cleaning products are not suitable for cleaning your sunbed. For
example: Cleaning agents containing ammonia or alcohol will attack the
surface of your sunbed, which will accelerate the ageing process.
The guarantee period begins on the date of purchase and ends 12
months after this date. The guarantee is non-transferrable and is
therefore only valid for the first purchaser.
Other cleaning products may react with the UV light from the sunbed. We
recommend that you make sure you are well informed about the products
that you use for cleaning your sunbed.
Work under the guarantee will only be carried out upon presentation of
the invoice for the SUNVISION 400.
Old UV tubes are chemical waste and should be handed in at institutions
that treat chemical waste according to the laws of your country.
Components that are subject to the normal wear process such as
tubes, starters and acrylic sheets, are not covered by the guarantee.
If you wish to replace any tanning equipment please contact your
distributor for the correct disposal procedure.
The guarantee is invalidated if modifications are made to the SUNVISION
400 without the express written permission of the manufacturer. This is
true regardless of whether these modifications can be shown to be
directly associated with the defect.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Malfunctions that are the result of installation errors and/or incorrect
usage are not covered by the guarantee. We therefore strongly
recommend that you read carefully and follow the regulations regarding
assembly, installation and use.
In accordance with ISO/IEC guide 22 and EN 45014
Name of manufacturer:
Mercuria Beheer B.V.
Address of manufacturer:
Celsiusstraat 33
1704 RX HEERHUGOWAARD
NEDERLAND
declares that his product:
When reporting a fault under guarantee you should quote the serial
number and the model.
The guarantee only covers the replacement of defective components.
Normal wear excepted. Travelling and labour costs are not covered by
the guarantee.
All SUNVISION tanning equipment
complies with the requirements of the European Low Voltage Guideline
72/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC and the EMC guideline 89/336/EEC and bears
the appropriate CE mark.
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