Colposcope KSK 150 FC
ZEISS
Colposcope
KSK 150 FC
Instructions for Use
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About this manual
Orientation guides
Area of application
Manufacturer
These Instructions for Use are part of the delivery package.
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Carefully read them before using the device.
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Keep them at the site of use of the device.
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Store them for the entire service life of the device.
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Pass them on to every subsequent owner or user of the device.
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The section summary at the beginning of these Instructions for Use provides an overview of the topics.
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You will also find a detailed table of contents at the beginning of each
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The index facilitates searching via keywords.
These Instructions for Use apply to the Colposcope KSK 150 FC
with the order number: 302303-0000-000.
Carl Zeiss Meditec AG
Goeschwitzer Strasse 51-52
07745 Jena
Germany
Fax: + 49 (0) 73 64 - 20 48 23
Email: [email protected]
Internet: www.meditec.zeiss.com
Copyright
© Carl Zeiss Meditec AG 2015
All rights reserved. Reprints and reproductions, including excerpts, are not
permissible. However, these Instructions for Use may be digitized and archived for internal use. Access to this data by third parties is not permissible
and must be prevented.
Original language
These Instructions for Use were originally drafted and published in German.
Change note
Subject to change in design and scope of delivery and as a result of ongoing
technical development.
Printed in Germany.
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Chapter:
Safety Measures
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Chapter:
System Overview
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Chapter:
Preparations for use
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Chapter:
Operation
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Chapter:
What to do in the event of malfunctions
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Chapter:
Care and Maintenance
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Chapter:
System Data
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Chapter:
Index
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Key to symbols .................................................................................. 6
Hazard symbols ...........................................................................................6
Information symbols....................................................................................6
Target group .....................................................................................7
Field of application ............................................................................ 7
Intended use ...............................................................................................7
Normal use..................................................................................................8
Liability and warranty........................................................................8
Notes for the operator....................................................................... 9
Prerequisites for operation .............................................................. 11
Prior to the very first use............................................................................11
Before every use ........................................................................................12
During use.................................................................................................13
After every use ..........................................................................................14
Labeling, warnings, notes and symbols ........................................... 16
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Key to symbols
We would like to inform you about safety aspects which must be observed
when handling this device. This chapter contains a summary of the most important information concerning matters relevant to instrument safety.
Hazard symbols
The following safety information has been incorporated into the Instructions
for Use. Please note this information and be particularly careful in these cases.
WARNING
Indicates a hazard which can lead to death or severe injury if it is not prevented.
CAUTION
Indicates a hazard which can cause minor to moderate injury if it is not prevented.
NOTE
Indicates a hazard which can cause damage to material if it is not prevented.
Information symbols
The following information symbols are used in these Instructions for Use:
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Listing
 Prerequisite for an action
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Prompt for action
 Result of an action
Additional information and tips
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Target group
These Instructions for Use are intended for physicians, nurses and other medical staff who prepare, operate or maintain the device after appropriate
training. It is the duty of the customer or institution operating the system to
train and instruct all staff using the system.
Additional service activities are not part of these Instructions for Use. They will
be performed by staff especially trained for this purpose by Carl Zeiss.
Field of application
Intended use
The Colposcope KSK 150 FC provides a view of vagina, vulva and cervix by
means of magnification and illumination support.
It is used to examine the selected regions and supports the visualization of
gynecologic treatments and surgical procedures.
The device is positioned outside of the vagina.
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Normal use
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The gynecologist brings the colposcope into position and performs rough
focusing.
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During treatment or surgery, the gynecologist positions the device on the
site to be focused and changes the magnification, if a magnification
changer is present. The illumination can be switched on or off as required.
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A video system can be attached to the colposcope for teaching purposes
or for visualizing the treatment / surgical process.
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After use, the colposcope is swung out of the working area and can be
cleaned and disinfected.
The product life cycle totals 8 years.
Liability and warranty
Warranty and liability depend on the applicable contractual stipulations.
Loss of warranty
Modifications to this device are not permitted. The manufacturer is not liable
for damages caused by unauthorized use of the device. Furthermore, this will
forfeit any rights to claim under warranty.
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Please thoroughly familiarize yourself with the contents of the Instructions
for Use before starting up the system. Please also observe the Instructions
for Use of any additional equipment.
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Only personnel who have undergone appropriate training and instruction
are allowed to use this device. It is the responsibility of the customer or
the company operating the device to train and instruct all operating personnel.
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Keep the Instructions for Use available at all times for the operating personnel.
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This device must not be modified without the manufacturer's approval. If
the device is modified, suitable inspections and testing must be completed
to ensure that it can still be used safely.
The manufacturer is not liable for damages caused by unauthorized use of
the device. Furthermore, this will forfeit any rights to claim under warranty.
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Never open the device! The device contains freely accessible live components. If you remove the housing, you run the risk of electric shock.
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Modifications and repairs of this system or any systems operated together
with this system may only be performed by our service representative or
by other authorized persons.
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Only use the system in accordance with the intended use.
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Note the symbols and labels attached to the system! Please refer to the
chapter on "Safety measures" and the section on "Labeling, warnings,
notes and symbols".
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Observe the applicable legal accident prevention and occupational safety
provisions of your country.
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If required by the applicable national laws and regulations, connect the
device to the special "equivalent power supply".
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Ensure that the installation conditions and the use of the device meet surgical requirements:
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Low vibration
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Clean environment
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Avoid extreme mechanical loading
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Do not use power-operated devices included in the delivery package
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in explosive atmospheres,
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at a distance of less than 25 cm from flammable anesthetics or volatile
solvents such as alcohol, benzine or similar substances.
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Do not use or store the system in damp rooms. Do not expose the system
to water splashes, dripping water or sprayed water.
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Ensure that fluids cannot penetrate into the device.
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Never directly look with binocular tube, object lens or an eyepiece into the
sun.
A potential equalization connection can be found on the underside of the carrier arm (see IEC 60601-1:2005 + A1:2012). This makes it possible to connect
other active devices to the same earth potential or it can be used for the redundant connection with the grounding conductor.
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Always switch off the system before connecting it to / disconnecting it
from line power, for cleaning its surface or if it will not be used for a prolonged period of time.
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Please note the information on electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) in the
chapter on "System data" and the section on "EMC - electromagnetic
compatibility".
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The maximum brightness of the lamp(s) can drop over time (normal device
attribute).
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Transport the device over long distances (e.g. relocation, return for repair)
only in its original packaging or special return packaging. Please contact
your dealer or Carl Zeiss Service.
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Pay attention to the places on the device identified by the information label "Risk of crushing". In these places there a risk of getting your fingers
crushed! Do not touch these areas while the device is being moved.
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If a failure occurs which you cannot correct with the aid of the chapter
"What to do in the event of malfunctions"“, attach a sign to the system
stating it is out of order and contact the Carl Zeiss service staff.
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As the operator, have regular safety checks performed on this device to
prevent a reduction in the safety of the device as a result of aging, wear,
etc. See the chapter on "Care and maintenance" and the section on "Safety check".
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System kit
Any additional equipment connected to medical electrical devices must demonstrably comply with the applicable standards and directives (e.g. IEC
60950-1:2005, modified + Cor.:2006 + A1:2009, modified + A1:2009/
Cor.:2012 + A2:2013, modified for data processing equipment).
Furthermore, any configurations must comply with normative requirements
for electronic medical devices (see IEC 60601-1-1:2000 or IEC 60601-1:2005
+ A1:2012, chapter 16).
Anyone connecting additional equipment to medical electrical devices is a
system configurer and as such is responsible for compliance of the system
with the normative requirements for medical electrical systems.
Please note that local legislation takes priority over the above-mentioned normative requirements. If you have any questions, please contact your local
dealer or ZEISS Service.
Prerequisites for operation
Prior to the very first use
Our service representative or an expert authorized by us will install the system.
Please make sure that the following requirements continue to be met for further operation:
 The connecting components have been properly connected. The screw
connections have been firmly tightened.
 All cables and connectors are in a perfect condition, i.e. they do not display any worn areas, kinks or other defects.
 The voltage set on the system corresponds to the rated line voltage on the
site of installation.
 Insert the power plug only into a socket that is fitted with a flawless
protective earth conductor.
 The power cord being used is the one designed for use with this system.
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Never attempt to forcefully attach any electrical connections (plugs, bushings). If a plug cannot be connected easily, check again whether the plug
and socket are made to fit. If the plug connection is damaged, please call
our service department. They will be happy to assist you.
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Never change modules and accessories during a surgical procedure or
above the patient!
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After every change in configuration and before every use, make sure that
the modules and accessories are securely locked in position. Make sure
that all securing screws and locking screws are firmly tightened!
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Mounting and removing modules and accessories may lead to unintended
tilting of the colposcope.
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Make sure that the maximum permissible load on the suspension arm is
not exceeded.
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After every change in configuration and before every use, rebalance the
completely equipped colposcope (without the patient and at a safe distance from other persons and equipment).
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Reset the friction adjustment screws.
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Position the device in such a way that you can move it away from the patient at any time.
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Floor stand only: Risk of crushing and toppling during transportation of
the system.
Move the floor stand into its transport position.
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Floor stand only: When crossing thresholds, only lift the device by the carrier arm near the lamp housing.
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Floor stand only: Press the locking tabs on the stand base to secure the
stand in position. Make sure that the stand is stable and cannot roll away.
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Never touch areas marked with the indicating label "Risk of crushing"
while the device is moved or brought into position for work / transportation.
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Always run cables in a manner that will not impede the user's movements.
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Always make sure before surgery that the illumination is intact.
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Have an OR illuminator ready during every procedure.
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If the light intensity is set too high, the patient may sustain second / third
grade burn injuries.
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Never leave the device unattended when its light source is switched on.
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Make sure the operating staff has been briefed on the use of the device.
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Never cover any ventilation openings. This may cause the light source of
the device to overheat and fail.
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Make sure that all symbols and labels on the instrument are legible and
understood by operating personnel.
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Carry out the functional test described in the section "Operation" before
every use of the device.
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Only use the system after it has been properly balanced.
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Never operate the system unattended.
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Avoid looking directly into the light source, e.g. into the objective lens or
light guide.
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Start setting the lamp brightness at the lowest value and gradually increase the brightness until the image is sufficiently bright.
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Defective accessories or accessories not approved by Carl Zeiss may lead
to increased leakage current!
Never touch signal interfaces while in contact with the patient.
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The main plug must only be connected to a socket with a faultless protective ground conductor.
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When setting up your system, make sure to comply with the requirements
of IEC 60601-1-1:2000 and IEC 60601-1:2005 + A1:2012, Chapter 16.
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Do not pull at the light guide, power cord or any other connecting cables.
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If you need to change the lamp shortly after it has failed, the lamp will still
be very hot. Use heat-resistant protective gloves when replacing the lamp
to prevent burns.
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If a failure occurs which you cannot correct with the aid of the chapter
"What to do in the event of malfunctions“, attach a sign to the device stating it is out of order and contact our service representative.
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Please note that the interaction of heat and antimicrobial substances in incision foils may lead to an increase in the patient's reaction to these substances.
During use
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Always use the master switch to turn off the device if it is not in use.
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If the suspension system collides with other components, it may be damaged and parts may fall down.
Move the suspension system carefully and avoid collisions.
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If the suspension system nevertheless collides with other devices, you
must have it checked by Carl Zeiss Service.
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Insufficient, incorrect or wrong cleaning or disinfection contrary to the directions in these Instructions for Use may expose the patient or medical
staff to a considerable risk of infection. For more information, please see
"Maintenance of the device" in the chapter "Care and Maintenance".
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Labeling, warnings, notes and symbols
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Observe the warning labels and signs!
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If you notice that any label is missing on your device or has become illegible, please contact us or one of our authorized representatives. We will
supply you with replacements.
Warning and information labels, explanation and positioning
1 Label "Brake released / applied"
Label on the knob for adjusting the friction of the rotation and tilt motions.
2 Label "Risk of crushing"
Fingers may be crushed in this area. Do not touch this area while the colposcope is being moved.
3 Transport position
Certain precautions must be observed for transportation or lifting of the
device. Please refer to the relevant information in the Instructions for Use.
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This imprint on the housing informs you of the correct transport position. Before transporting the system, make sure that it is in this position in order to avoid any damage.
4 Power switch
The two positions of the power switch are marked as shown in the illustration on the left.
5 Balance of suspension arm
After all accessories have been attached to the colposcope, this adjustment screw can be used to set the balance of the suspension arm.
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6 "Maximum load" warning label
Maximum load capacity 2.1 kg with asymmetric load distribution.
For maximum load capacity with asymmetric load distribution see
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7 SIP label
The SIP label contains the following information:
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Manufacturer (company name)
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Your options to contact the device manufacturer,
i.e., phone number, fax number and email address of the local contact
of the national Carl Zeiss sales organization.
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SIP number
A unique identification number assigned to your device.
8 Logo of the manufacturer
9 CCU rating label
The rating label provides the following information:
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Instrument type
Camera control unit
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Serial number
SN HWxxxxxE
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Order number
301900-8700-000
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Type of current
DC
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Rated voltage
12-15V
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Connected load
18 VA
10 "Hot surfaces" warning label
Hot surfaces may cause burns.
11 "Instructions for Use" label
Observe the Instructions for Use or accompanying documents.
12 Label "Risk of crushing"
Fingers may be crushed in this area. Do not touch this area while the colposcope is being moved.
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13 Rating label
The rating label provides the following information:
Manufacturer's symbol
Manufacturer (company name)
Carl Zeiss Meditec AG
Manufacturer's address
Goeschwitzer Strasse 51-52
07745 Jena, Germany
Serial number
Device name
KSK 150 FC
Reference number
Rated voltage
100/110/120/127/
220/230/240V
Connected load
200 VA
Power frequency range
50Hz - 60Hz
Maximum total weight
(with installed safe workload)
CSA approval
Max. 60 kg
CE marking
14 "Disconnect from power supply" warning label
This warning label advises you to disconnect the device from the power
supply before changing the fuse or performing other work on the device.
15 "Observe disposal regulations" information sign
Do not dispose of electrical and electronic devices along with normal domestic waste. For more information on the disposal of electrical and electronic devices, please see "Maintenance and care".
16 "Rated voltage" display window
The set rated voltage of the power supply unit is indicated in this display
window.
17 Fuse ratings
This imprinted text on the housing informs you of the required device fuse
for the relevant voltage range. For further information, please see section
"Changing the fuse" on Page 64.
18 "Observe the Instructions for Use" label
Observe instructions for use or accompanying documents
19 Date of manufacture
This label indicates the date of manufacture for the device.
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Potential equalization
If requested, the Coloscope KSK 150 FC can be included in the "potential
equalization" safety measure.
A potential equalization connection can be found on the underside of the carrier arm (see IEC 60601-1:2005 + A1:2012). This makes it possible to connect
other active devices to the same earth potential or it can be used for the redundant connection with the grounding conductor.
1 "Potential equalization" label
This symbol points you to the connection bolt for a possible potential
equalization measure.
2 Connection bolt for potential equalization
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Features ....................................................................................................24
Configuration features...............................................................................24
Set-up, main groups ..................................................................................26
Controls, support unit................................................................................28
Controls, colposcope .................................................................................30
Instrument base.........................................................................................33
Accessories for the microscope..................................................................34
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Colposcope KSK 150 FC
Features
The Colposcope KSK 150 FC is a compact, manually operated, universal colposcope for gynecology. Its hallmarks are its superb mobility and easy operation.
In the basic configuration, the Colposcope KSK 150 FC is equipped with:
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a 5-step magnification changer,
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inclined binocular tube with push-in widefield eyepieces,
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a cold-light illumination system,
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a green filter that swings in and out.
The support unit (carrier arm, suspension arm and instrument head) allows
you to position the colposcope very sensitively and it will remain suspended
in any position desired. Fine focusing can be set by an adjusting ring on the
handgrip .
The halogen light source is integrated into the support unit. A light guide directs the light to the illumination system of the colposcope. The light guide is
routed completely in the suspension system.
The green filter is used for the assessment of fine vessel structures.
A colposcope floor stand with five casters or a connecting tube for the examination chair is available as device base.
Configuration features
Binocular tube
The colposcope can be equipped with various binocular tubes: inclined tube,
straight tube or tiltable tube.
The interpupillary distance can be set on the binocular tube.
Eyepieces
Eyepieces with magnification 10x are part of the standard configuration. As
an alternative, eyepieces with magnification 12.5x are available. The eyepieces enable ametropia compensation of -8 to +5 diopters. Eyeglass wearers
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can turn out the eyecups of the eyepieces.
Objective lens
The standard objective lens has a focal length of 300 mm.
Alternatively, an objective lens with a focal length of f = 250 mm is available.
Magnification changer
5-step mechanical magnification changer
Illumination system
The colposcope features a cold-light illuminator.
The halogen light source and the relevant power supply unit are integrated
into the support unit. The brightness can be set via a knob on the carrier arm.
An integrated light guide directs the light to the illumination system of the colposcope. The light guide is routed completely in the suspension system.
Green filter
The green filter can be swung in and out of the beam path by means of a lever
in the device head.
Support unit
The support unit (carrier arm, suspension arm and device head) is supplied
completely assembled.
Accessories
Numerous accessories are available for the colposcope and can be ordered together with the device or as retrofitting components; please also see the section "Ordering data". You can find additional accessories in the "ZEISS video
accessories" product overview (G-30-1888).
To support the visualization of surgical procedures and examinations, your
colposcope can be equipped with HD video, for example. The 1Chip HD
Camera is integrated for this purpose.
The optional HD video equipment consists essentially of the 1Chip HD Camera
on a beam splitter and the camera control unit (CCU). Standard interfaces
allow the beam splitter to be installed between the microscope and the binocular tube.
Recording devices and monitors can be connected to the video output ports
of the camera control unit (CCU). You will receive separate Instructions for Use
for the "1Chip HD Camera" (G-30-1946).
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1 Microscope for the Colposcope KSK 150 FC
The colposcope has a compact, manually operated, universal microscope
for the gynecologist.
In its basic configuration, it is equipped with an inclined binocular tube
with push-in widefield eyepieces, 5-step magnification changer and a
cold-light illuminator.
2 1Chip HD Camera (option)
3 Instrument head
The instrument head is attached to the suspension arm in such a way that
it can be rotated. The rotation range is 360°. The rotation movement can
be locked in any required position. The instrument head can be tilted and
fixed in the required inclined position.
4 Suspension arm
On the suspension arm, you can adjust the balance setting and the locking
effect of the brakes for vertical movement. The inside routing of the light
guide cable and the rotary bearing of the light coupler enable rotation of
the suspension arm through 360°.
5 Carrier arm
The carrier arm can be swiveled. Power supply and halogen illumination
are integrated in the carrier arm. The power switch and the knob for setting the lamp brightness are located on the top of the carrier arm.
The carrier arm (5), suspension arm (4) and instrument head (3) form the
support unit.
6 Camera control unit (CCU) for the 1Chip HD Camera (option)
The colposcope can be equipped with HD video as an option. The control
unit for the 1Chip HD Camera (2) is then mounted below the carrier arm.
7 Device base
You can use either the colposcope stand shown or a connecting tube for
the examination chairas device base.
The casters of the colposcope stand can be locked.
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Controls, support unit
1 "Instrument head" friction knob
Locks the rotational movement of the instrument head.
2 "Inclination" friction knob
Fixes the instrument head in any inclined position desired.
3 Handgrip
To position the colposcope.
4 "Brake" adjusting knob
Adjusts the brake for vertical movement of the suspension arm. Clockwise
rotation increases the brake effect, while counterclockwise rotation reduces it.
5 "Balance setting" adjusting knob
For setting the balance of the suspension arm and locking the suspension
arm when changing accessories.
6 "Brightness" knob
For continuous adjustment of the lamp brightness:
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Rotated clockwise - brighter illumination
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Rotated counterclockwise - darker illumination
7 Power switch with power display
The device is switched on or off by pressing this toggle switch:
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Position "I": device switched on, indicator lamp is lit.
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Position "0": device switched off, indicator lamp is off.
8 Cover of "halogen illumination"
The lamp base with the halogen reflector lamp (12V 100W) is accommodated behind the cover.
9 Securing screw for "cover of halogen illumination"
To lock the "halogen illumination" cover.
10 "Rotational motion" friction knob
For the simultaneous locking of the rotational movement of the carrier
and suspension arms
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1 Eyepieces
The standard eyepieces feature 10x magnification. Alternatively, eyepieces with a magnification of 12.5x are available.
2 Inclined binocular tube and eyepieces
The 45° inclined binocular tube with a focal length of f = 170 mm is the
standard tube. Alternatively, a binocular straight tube or a tiltable binocular tube is available.
3 The 1Chip HD Camera (option) is securely mounted on the optical splitter
and has a connector for the video cable.
4 "Fine focusing" adjusting ring
5 Handgrip on the instrument head
To position the colposcope.
6 Adjusting the interpupillary distance
Knob (on both sides of the binocular tube) for the user-defined setting of
the interpupillary distance
7 Connector port for coobservation
8 "Green filter" lever
For swiveling the green filter into and out of the illumination beam path.
The user can easily reach the lever with one finger without removing his
hand from the handgrip.
9 Securing screw
To secure the binocular tube or another module inserted into the mount
of the colposcope.
10 Holes for fastening the front adapter
The holes can be used to attach the front adapter MM 4 / 150 FC (adapter
for laser micromanipulator.
11 Interchangeable objective lens
The objective lens of the basic equipment has a focal length of
f = 300 mm. Alternatively, an objective lens with a focal length of
f = 250 mm is available.
12 "Magnification changer" knob
For setting one of the five magnification steps. An objective lens
f = 300 mm and eyepieces with 10x magnification permit setting of the
magnification steps 2x, 3x, 6x, 9x and 14x.
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Widefield eyepieces with magnetic coupling
NOTE
Eyepieces have a magnetic field!
Please keep in mind the usual rules for the handling of magnets with regard
to eyepieces that have been removed from the tube:
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Do not place the eyepiece near instruments that could be magnetizable.
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Do not place the eyepiece on sensible devices such as infusion pumps,
pacemakers, measuring devices or magnetic data media such as floppy
disks, audio and video tapes or credit cards.
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Always store the eyepiece in its original packaging when not using it.
1 Eyecups
Always adjust the eyecups in such a way that the entire field of view can
be seen.
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Viewing with eyeglasses:
Screw-in the eyecups all the way.
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Viewing without eyeglass- Rotate the eyecups out in order to adjust
es:
them to the field of view of the observer.
2 Diopter setting ring
The eyepieces provide ametropia compensation between -8 D and +5 D.
Eyeglass wearers who wear eyeglasses during their work set the diopter
setting ring to zero position.
Turn the ring until the optimum setting has been achieved. An integrated
brake holds the setting ring in the position set.
3 Diopter scale
For reading the preset refractive value.
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Instrument base
The device base of the standard configuration is the movable floor stand
shown below.
Optionally, the colposcope can be attached to examination chairs using special mounts (connection tubes).
Colposcope floor stand
Five easily movable, stable casters are attached to the colposcope floor stand.
These casters can be locked for safe positioning.
The casters can be locked by pressing down tabs (1). To release the casters,
press the locking tabs up again.
The required working height of the support unit can be set by means of
locking ring (2) on the column.
Mounts on examination chairs (option)
Special connecting tubes permit the connection of the colposcope to various
types of examination chairs. For some common types of examination chairs,
you can order the mounts from ZEISS, see the section on "Ordering data".
Please contact the ZEISS subsidiary in your country.
You can also ask the manufacturer of your examination chair for connection
tubes for colposcopes.
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Accessories for the microscope
Beam splitter for documentation
A beam splitter can be inserted between the microscope and the binocular
tube.
For example, ZEISS Service can insert the beam splitter "Splitter 20" with the
directly flange-mounted 1Chip HD Camera.
TV attachments with C-mount for an external video camera, an adapter for
digital photography, or a coobservation tube can be connected to the beam
splitter "Splitter 50".
Video and camera equipment
As an option, the colposcope can be equipped with HD video. The 1Chip HD
Camera is integrated for this purpose. Different adapters are available for digital photo or video cameras, see ordering data. You can find additional accessories in the "ZEISS video accessories" product overview (G-30-1888).
Interchangeable objective lenses
An interchangeable objective lens with a focal length of f = 250 mm is available for the colposcope. The standard objective lens in the basic configuration
has a focal length of f = 300 mm.
Front adapter for laser micromanipulator
The colposcope can be upgraded with a front adapter (dovetail mount) for attachment of a micromanipulator.
Tubes
A binocular straight tube f = 170 mm and a 180° tiltable binocular tube
f = 170 mm, 180° are available. The basic configuration contains the 45° inclined binocular tube f = 170 mm, 45 °.
Eyepieces
Widefield push-in eyepieces with 12.5x magnification are also available for
the colposcope. Widefield push-in eyepieces with 10x and 12.5x magnification and a focusing aid are also available.
The standard eyepieces in the basic configuration feature 10x magnification.
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Instrument with stand (option)........................................................ 38
Setting the working height of the support unit ..........................................38
Relocating the system................................................................................40
Attaching the equipment.................................................................42
Binocular tube, eyepieces and objective lens, mounting.............................42
Changing microscope accessories ..............................................................44
Setting the balance....................................................................................44
Connecting the system .................................................................... 46
Setting the colposcope .................................................................... 48
Integrated video system (option) .....................................................50
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This equipment must not be modified without the manufacturer's
approval!
Your devices may not be modified without the manufacturer's approval. If
the system is modified after consultation with the manufacturer, suitable inspections and testing must be completed to ensure subsequent safe use.
The manufacturer is not liable for damages caused by unauthorized use of
the device. Furthermore, this will forfeit any rights to claim under warranty.
Decrease in the lamp brightness or lamp failure!
•
Check the lamp brightness before each use of the device.
•
If the brightness fluctuates, exchange the lamp.
•
Take appropriate precautions to ensure that the surgical procedure or
treatment can still be completed even if the full functionality of this colposcope is not available.
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If necessary, use an external OR illuminator to proceed.
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Instrument with stand (option)
Setting the working height of the support unit
The required working height of the support unit can be set by the locking ring
(3) on the column.
CAUTION
R019
Risk of injury caused by lowering of the support unit!
If the clamping screws on the locking ring are not tightened adequately, the
support unit may slip on the stand column, which may lead to injuries.
•
CAUTION
R081
Always make sure that the clamping screws on the locking ring have
been tightened before using the colposcope.
Risk of injury caused by changing the working height!
When the friction knob for rotational motion is released, the support unit
may inadvertently be pulled off upwards.
•
Proceed as follows to change the working height of the support unit.
To lower the support unit:
• Firmly tighten the friction knob for rotational motion (2).
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Loosen clamping screws (3) on the locking ring.
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Position locking ring at the new height level and firmly tighten securing
screws (3).
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Hold the support unit (1) with your hand and release the friction knob for
rotational motion (2).
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Carefully lower the support unit (1) until it reaches the locking ring.
To raise the support unit:
CAUTION
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Risk of injury caused by excessively high working height!
If the working height is set too high, the support unit may topple from the
stand column and injure you.
•
Do not exceed the maximum working height of the support unit, which
is reached when the upper edge of the stand column is level with the upper edge of the carrier arm.
•
Release the friction knob for rotational motion (2) and carefully move the
support unit (1) upwards along the support column.
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Firmly tighten the friction knob for rotational motion (2) to lock the support unit (1) on the stand column.
•
Loosen clamping screws (3) on the locking ring.
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Push up the locking ring to the underside of the support unit and firmly
tighten securing screws (3).
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Relocating the system
VORSICHT
Fingers may be crushed in the areas marked with the "Risk of crushing" label.
• Do not touch these areas while the system is being moved or brought in
its working / transport position.
R067
CAUTION
R062
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Risk of crushing - mind your fingers!
•
Turn off the device at the power switch.
•
Remove the power plug from the wall socket.
Risk of injury during transportation!
When transported improperly, the device may topple over or start to move
inadvertently.
•
Only move the device to another location with the suspension arm in
transport position.
•
The locking tabs on the casters should only be released for transportation.
•
Do not sit or step on the device.
•
Bring the device into its moving position, see "transport" sketch. This
sketch is printed on the carrier arm.
•
Lock the carrier and suspension arms by means of the friction knob for rotational motion (1).
•
Release the locking tabs (2) on the casters by pressing them upwards.
•
Do not pull the device by the cables.
•
Avoid collisions of any kind.
•
To cross thresholds, usually it is sufficient to pull the device in the area of
the lamp housing.
•
Do not cross over steps and edges. Risk of toppling!
•
Be extremely careful when moving over slopes.
•
Do not park the stand on a sloped surface.
•
Position the device at its new site of use.
•
Tighten the locking tabs (2) on the casters by pressing them downwards.
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Check that the floor stand cannot be moved.
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R011
Transport and service
When the device is being transported, especially over long distances, as in
the case of relocation or return for repair, there is a risk of damage due to
vibration or impact.
• Transport the device over long distances only in its original packaging or
special return packaging. Please contact your dealer or ZEISS Service.
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Attaching the equipment
CAUTION
R045
Risk of injury caused by parts falling down!
If components and accessories are mounted on or removed from the device
about the patient, which is not allowed, this can cause parts to fall, can cause
injury to the patient, and can cause infections.
•
In general, components and accessories should be changed without the
patient, and always before a surgical procedure or examination.
Binocular tube, eyepieces and objective lens, mounting
CAUTION
Injury to the eye due to light radiation!
Looking into a light source through a tube, an objective lens or an eyepiece
may cause eye injury.
R079
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CAUTION
R045
R049
R050
R078
R080
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Never look into a light source or the sun with a tube, an objective lens or
an eyepiece.
Risk of injury caused by parts falling down!
Due to collisions or incorrect installation, parts may fall down and injure the
patient.
•
Observe the maximum admissible load capacity of the suspension arm.
See the warning label on the instrument head.
•
Before every use and after re-equipping the system, make sure that binocular tube (2) is securely locked in position.
•
Make sure that securing screw (5) and objective lens (1) have been firmly
tightened!
•
Use adjustment knob (7) to re-adjust the balance of the suspension arm
after every change of the equipment.
•
Check that the floor stand is secured in a steady position and can be pivoted without causing collisions.
•
Bring the suspension arm to a position convenient for you and tighten the
adjustment knob (6).
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Loosen securing screw (5) by a few turns.
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Remove the protective cover from the colposcope body. The protective
cover prevents dust from entering the colposcope while no binocular tube
is attached.
•
Place the binocular tube (2) on the colposcope body and tighten the securing screw (5) firmly.
ZEISS Service can install the video accessories between the microscope body
and the binocular tube for you: For example, the Splitter 20 can be installed
with the 1Chip HD Camera (4). The Splitter 20 is mounted on the microscope
body and secured with a securing screw the same way as the binocular tube.
Then place the binocular tube (2) on the Splitter 20 and tighten the securing
screw (5) firmly.
•
Insert widefield eyepieces (3) as far as they will go in the mounts provided
on the binocular tube.
•
Screw the objective lens (1) into the colposcope body and tighten it firmly.
•
Loosen adjustment knob (6) again and adjust the degree of friction as required.
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Changing microscope accessories
The colposcope accessories can be changed in reverse order to that described
in "Attaching binocular tube, eyepieces and objective lens“. Please observe
the following:
•
Turn off the unit at the power switch before changing any accessories.
•
Bring the suspension arm in a position convenient for you.
•
Firmly tighten "Brake" adjusting knob (1) to lock the arm in position.
•
After changing the accessories, re-adjust the friction as required using the
"Brake" adjusting knob (1).
Setting the balance
Rebalance the system after every change of equipment.
NOTE
R049
R076
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Risk of injury caused by lowering of the colposcope!
An incorrectly balanced colposcope may move downwards unexpectedly and
cause injuries.
•
Observe the maximum load capacity of the suspension arm. See the appropriate warning label on the instrument head.
•
Use the colposcope in properly balanced condition only.
•
Use approved accessories only.
•
Position the colposcope in such a way that you can move it away from
the patient at any time.
•
Hold the suspension arm with your hand and release the brake using the
"Brake" adjusting knob (1).
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To set the balance, turn the "Balance setting" adjustment knob (2) until
the suspension arm, with its brake released, can be smoothly moved upwards and downwards in the entire adjustment range and stops in any required position.
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Connecting the system
CAUTION
Increased leakage current!
There is a risk of user and patient sustaining an electric shock.
R046
CAUTION
Never touch the video plugs (connectors) while in contact with the patient.
•
Do not connect any defective or unapproved accessories to the contacts
of connectors.
Risk of tripping over cables lying on the floor!
If cables are inappropriately installed on the floor, this increases the risk of
tripping and interferes with the flow of work. By tripping and falling down,
users may suffer tissue trauma.
• If possible, cables should only be laid outside of the area of movement.
R057
NOTE
R017
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Observe the rated voltage
Prior to leaving the factory, the device is adjusted to the rated voltage of the
respective country of destination. The set voltage is visible in a small
window (1) on the carrier arm. If the set voltage does not comply with the
line voltage available at the site of installation, this can cause damage to the
device.
•
Check the voltage setting. The set voltage must comply with the line voltage available at the site of installation. If this is not the case, you must
not operate the system.
•
If there is a variance, ZEISS Service will have to convert your device to the
line voltage available at your location.
Connecting the device cable
Make sure that the device has been switched off at the power switch before
plugging in or unplugging the device cable.
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Connect the device cable to the device by inserting connector (2) into
socket (4) on the device.
•
Connect the device to line power by inserting the power plug (3) into a
socket of the examination room.
Only use a power outlet which is provided with a properly connected protective earth conductor.
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Connecting the potential equalization
If requested, the Coloscope KSK 150 FC can be included in the "potential
equalization" safety measure.
An appropriate connection bolt must be provided in order to connect the Coloscope KSK 150 FC to the potential equalization system, see Page 22.
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Setting the colposcope
Notes on adjustment
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It is recommended to provide the interpupillary distance as well as the refraction values for the different users to adjust the colposcope more quickly and to preset the values in the scope of the preparation.
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Do not wear multifocal or varifocal glasses during adjustment or during
the operation of the colposcope.
Such glasses make a proper diopter adjustment ring setting impossible
and result in unsatisfactory imaging.
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Optimum image clarity in the eyepieces and at the optical port for documentation equipment (photo, video) can only be achieved through careful
focusing and precisely adjusting the binocular tube.
Adjusting the binocular tube
Adjusting the interpupillary
distance
Adjusting the eyepieces
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Position the colposcope at a right angle to an even surface with a suitable
pattern for focusing.
•
Adjust the distance of the eyepieces at the binocular tube to your interpupillary distance so that the two eyepiece images (object and edge of visual
field) merge into one.
The following procedure must be performed separately for each eyepiece in
the order described.
•
Set the colposcope to minimum magnification.
•
Set the diopter adjustment ring at the eyepiece to zero position.
•
Look through the eyepiece and move the colposcope body to focus the
image.
•
Set the colposcope to maximum magnification and adjust the fine focusing system until the image is sharply defined.
•
Then reset the microscope to minimum magnification without changing
the working distance.
•
Set the diopter adjustment ring at the eyepiece to its maximum value (plus
direction).
•
Look through the eyepiece and slowly turn the diopter adjustment ring to
the minus direction until the image is sharply defined.
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Repeat the entire procedure for the second eyepiece.
 Now, the colposcope is adjusted in such a way that the image is sharply
defined over the complete magnification range without any renewed focusing during the magnification setting.
If this is not the case, repeat the procedure.
Adjusting the eyecups
•
Adjust the eyecups of the eyepieces in such a way that the entire field of
view can be seen.
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Viewing with eyeglasses: Rotate eyecups in.
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Viewing without eyeglasses: Rotate eyecups out.
Adjusting the working distance and magnification
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Position the colposcope before the area to be viewed so as to ensure convenient work.
•
To achieve focusing, change the distance between colposcope and the
area to be viewed.
•
Set the colposcope to maximum magnification and adjust the fine focusing system until the image is sharply defined.
•
Set the microscope to the required magnification. The focal plane is retained in this process.
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Integrated video system (option)
WARNING
Risk of electric shock caused by inadmissible or defective accessories!
Inadmissible or defective accessories may lead to increased leakage current.
The user and patient may suffer an electric shock if the video output ports
are touched.
• When combining your system, please make sure to comply with the requirements of IEC 60601-1:2005+A1:2012 (in some countries
IEC 60601-1-1:2000 may still be valid).
•
CAUTION
R075
Do not touch the signal interfaces during patient contact!
Not for diagnostic purposes!
Live video images and recorded video sequences, video clips (cut sequences)
and single images shall not be used for diagnosis purposes. Visualized images
may contain variations in shape, contrast and color.
•
To put the video system into operation, follow the respective Instructions
for Use, and perform a function test.
1 1Chip HD Camera
2 Camera cable
3 Camera control unit (CCU)
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Checklist ..........................................................................................52
Support unit ..............................................................................................52
Colposcope ...............................................................................................53
Procedure ........................................................................................ 53
Causes of malfunctions and remedies..............................................56
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Checklist
For safety reasons, the device must not be used if a malfunction was noticed
before the beginning of an examination or treatment.
•
Correct the malfunction (see "What to do in the event of malfunctions“)
or contact Carl Zeiss Service.
•
Always check the function of the system before examination or treatment
(without patient!) using the following checklist.
Support unit
 Check that all clamping screws have been firmly tightened.
 Check that the suspension arm has been properly balanced.
 Check that the friction of the rotational motion of the suspension arm, the
carrier arm and the device head has been set correctly.
 Check that the inclination of the device head has been set.
Illumination
 Check that the correct rated voltage has been set for the suspension system.
 Check that the power cord is connected.
 Check that the device can be switched on at the power switch (carrier
arm) and the indicator lamp is lit.
 Check that the halogen lamp is intact.
 Check that the halogen illumination can be set to brighter or darker light.
Floor stand
 Check that the locking tabs have been pressed down.
 Check that the stand is securely positioned.
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Colposcope
 Check that the binocular tube is screwed on tightly to the colposcope
body with the securing screw.
 Check that the objective lens is screwed on tightly.
•
Turn on the device with the power switch of the suspension system.
Eyepieces / binocular tube
 Check that the colposcope and the tube are in an ergonomic position.
 Check that the correct interpupillary distance has been set.
 Check that the eyecups have been adjusted in such a way that you can see
the full field of view.
 Check that the correct prescription has been set on the diopter scale.
 Check that image quality is correct throughout the entire magnification
range.
 Check that the fine focusing can be adjusted.
Accessories
 Proper functioning of further device components has been checked using
the relevant Instructions for Use.
Procedure
CAUTION
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Looking directly into the light source, e.g. into the objective lens, may result
in damage to the eye.
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Avoid looking directly into the light source!
•
Do not use this device for ophthalmic procedures.
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CAUTION
Risk of burns due to light intensity that is too high
Due to the use of an additional beam splitter in the main observer beam path,
less light is available to the user in the eyepieces. However, to obtain the
same brightness level in the image as provided without the additional beam
splitter, the user can increase the light intensity of the lighting equipment.
The patient will be exposed to increased illumination intensity. This can result
in a first degree burn.
R036
R095
CAUTION
•
To maintain the loss of light for the main viewer at a minimum, to the
extent possible use only a beam splitter with a splitting ratio of 80:20 for
the camera.
•
Set the illumination intensity as low as possible.
•
Accordingly, allow greater illumination intensity to affect the patient only
briefly.
The illumination can be switched off and on automatically
The system monitors the temperature of the lamp. If the temperature is too
high, the light source switches off automatically. After the lamp has cooled
down, the device switches the light source back on automatically.
If a device is left unattended, long periods of illumination can result in burn
injuries.
R098
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NOTE
R038
R039
NOTE
R053
Decrease in the lamp brightness or lamp failure!
•
Check the lamp brightness before each use of the device.
•
If the brightness fluctuates, exchange the lamp.
•
Take appropriate precautions to ensure that the surgical procedure or
treatment can still be completed even if the full functionality of this colposcope is not available.
•
If necessary, use an external OR illuminator to proceed.
Interaction of heat and antimicrobial substances
High light intensity in the surgical field combined with a long treatment time
and the interaction of heat and antimicrobial substances in incision foils may
lead to an increase in the patient's reaction to these substances (skin irritation).
•
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Watch for such possible interaction during your treatments.
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Starting work
 All preparations for use have been completed.
 The system has been checked using the checklist.
•
Switch on the power switch on the suspension system.
•
Move the suspension arm into its working position.
•
Swing the colposcope into the required position.
•
Adjust the brightness of the illumination system as required.
•
Bring the colposcope into an ergonomic position.
•
Select the lowest magnification using the adjustment knob of the magnification changer.
•
Set fine focusing to the mid-position.
•
Look through the eyepieces and adjust the position of the colposcope until the image comes into focus. This is to achieve rough focusing.
•
Select the highest magnification using the adjustment knob of the magnification changer.
•
Look through the eyepieces and use the fine focusing adjustment knob to
bring the image into focus.
•
Select the magnification required (magnification changer).
•
Look through the eyepieces of the binocular tube. Adjust the eyepieces so
that both the edge of the field of view and the microscope image are
sharply focused. Also see “Setting the colposcope“.
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Move the suspension arm upwards.
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Switch off the device when you are not using it.
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What to do in the event of malfunctions
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What to do in the event of malfunctions
Causes of malfunctions and remedies
For your safety
•
Problem
This system is a high-grade technological product. To ensure optimum
performance and safe working order, we recommend having it checked
by our service representative as part of regular scheduled maintenance.
If a failure occurs which you cannot correct with the aid of the chapter
"What to do in the event of malfunctions“, attach a sign to the system
stating it is out of order and contact our service representative.
Possible cause
No electrical function at all (il- Power cord not plugged in.
lumination does not work).
Line failure.
Illumination on colposcope
not working.
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Remedy
See
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Connect the device cable. Page 46
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Contact in-house technician.
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with set voltage.
Check the set power sup- Page 46
ply voltage.
Defective device fuse.
•
Change the fuse.
Defective device cable.
•
Replace device cable.
Power switch not pressed.
•
Press power switch.
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Knob for brightness control
set to the left-hand stop, in
the "min" position.
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Turn the knob clockwise
towards "max".
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Defective halogen lamp.
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Change the halogen
lamp.
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Corroded lamp contacts.
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Change the halogen
lamp.
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Care of the device............................................................................58
Cleaning ....................................................................................................58
Disinfection ...............................................................................................59
System maintenance........................................................................60
Maintenance intervals................................................................................60
Safety check ..............................................................................................61
Changing the halogen lamp ......................................................................62
Changing the fuse .....................................................................................64
Disposal.....................................................................................................65
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NOTE
R033
Wrong detergents and disinfectants!
The wrong detergents and disinfectants and the incorrect use of these products can damage the device. Under certain circumstances the device will not
be disinfected properly, which can result in the spread of germs. If moisture
penetrates the device, it can be rendered unusable.
•
Use a disinfectant based on aldehyde and/or alcohol. The addition of
quaternary compounds is acceptable.
•
To prevent surface damages, disinfecting components other than those
mentioned below must not be used.
Cleaning
Cleaning optical surfaces
The multi-layer T* coating of the optical components (e.g. eyepieces, objective
lenses) ensures optimum image quality.
Image quality is impaired by even slight contamination of the optics or by a
fingerprint. To protect the internal optics from dust, the system should never
be left without the objective lens, binocular tube and eyepieces. After use,
cover the system to protect it from dust. Always store objective lenses, eyepieces and accessories in dust-free cases when they are not being used.
Clean the exterior surfaces of the optical components (eyepieces, objective
lenses) only when necessary:
•
Do not use any aggressive or abrasive cleaning agents.
•
Remove dust from the optical surfaces using a squeeze blower or a clean,
grease-free brush.
For the regular cleaning of objective lenses and eyepieces, we recommend the
optics cleaning set available from Carl Zeiss. For the catalog number, please
see the section "Device data".
Prevention of fogging
To keep the objective lenses from fogging, we recommend using an anti-fogging agent. Anti-fogging agents provided by eyecare professionals for use
with eyeglass lenses are also suitable for Carl Zeiss objective lenses.
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Please observe the Instructions for Use supplied with each anti-fogging
agent.
Anti-fogging agents not only ensure fog-free eyepiece optics, they also clean
the eyepiece optics and protect them from dirt, grease, dust, lint and fingerprints.
Cleaning mechanical surfaces
All mechanical surfaces of the system can be cleaned by wiping them with a
damp cloth. Do not use any aggressive or abrasive cleaning agents.
Clean off any residue using a mixture of 50% ethyl alcohol and 50% distilled
water plus a dash of household dish-washing liquid.
Disinfection
It may be a requirement to disinfect surfaces.
CAUTION
R070
Surfaces damages on device!
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Use a disinfectant based on aldehyde and/or alcohol. The addition of
quaternary compounds is acceptable. To prevent damaging surfaces, disinfecting components other than those listed below must not be used.
The maximum concentrations are:
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For aldehyde (tested with glutaraldehyde): 2%
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For quaternary compounds (tested with DDAC): 0.2%
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System maintenance
Maintenance intervals
Regular preventive maintenance is required to ensure safe and correct operation and a long service life of the system on an ongoing basis.
The following table lists the relevant maintenance activities and shows at
which maximum intervals they must be performed.
For maintenance activities that can be performed by yourself, the relevant
procedure is described in the following sections.
All maintenance work not detailed here requires system-specific expert knowhow. It is frequently necessary to open the system for this work.
Please contact your local Carl Zeiss service representative in due time for the
performance of these maintenance activities.
Interval
Maintenance tasks
Every 2 years
Visual inspection and function test of the following modules:
According to countryspecific requirements
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Floor stand
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Brakes on the floor stand
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Support unit with illumination
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Colposcope with binocular tube
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Fiber optics
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Power cord
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Connected accessories (option)
Safety check
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Safety check
CAUTION
R082
Risk of electric shock!
If cables and plug connections come loose, housing parts can come into contact with live voltage. If the user or the patient touches these live housing
parts, they can receive an electric shock.
•
Make sure that the regular technical safety checks required for this system in accordance with the applicable national regulations are performed
on schedule and to the stipulated extent.
The safety checks may only be carried out by the manufacturer or by qualified
persons.
The scope of the safety checks of the system should comprise at least the following points:
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Leakage current test
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Test of protective ground conductor
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Function and wear test of the steerable casters and locking tabs
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Function test of all switches, buttons, sockets and indicator lamps of the
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Changing the halogen lamp
NOTE
If you change the lamp shortly after it has failed, the lamp will still be very
hot. There will be a risk of being burned!
R054
WARNING
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Allow the lamp to cool down before removing it.
•
Use heat-resistant protective gloves when replacing the lamp!
Electric shock!
In case of a technical fault, line voltage may be present at the lamp module.
If the user touches it, he can receive an electric shock.
R055
CAUTION
R089
Risk of burns caused by hot lamp!
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Always switch off the power switch before working on the lamp module.
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Switch off the system at the power switch (1).
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Open cover (3) of the halogen illumination on the carrier arm
by turning securing screw (4) counterclockwise until the cover can be easily folded downwards.
•
Allow the defective halogen lamp to cool down, if required.
•
Pull the defective halogen lamp out of the ceramic base (5).
Risk of burns caused by use of incorrect lamp!
If an incorrect lamp is used, unwanted radiation may be emitted, and this can
cause burns.
•
Only use the halogen light indicated in the order data.
Make sure not to touch the lamp bulb or the inside of the lamp reflector
of the new halogen lamp.
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Insert the two contact pins of the new halogen lamp into ceramic base (5).
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Close cover (3) of the halogen illumination on the carrier arm:
fold the cover upwards and turn securing screw (4) clockwise until the
cover is firmly closed.
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Turn on the unit at power switch (1).
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Use adjustment knob (2) to set the required brightness.
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Changing the fuse
The fuses are integrated in the power inlet socket for the power cable. To
change a fuse, proceed as follows:
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Turn off the system at the power switch.
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Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet.
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Unplug the power cable from the power inlet socket.
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Insert a pointed object (small screwdriver) under the flap (2) and pull out
the fuse holder (1).
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Raise locking lever (3) and pull fuse holder (4) out of fuse insert (1).
•
Remove defective fuse (5).
Observe the correct fuse rating of the line fuse. The fuse rating depends on
the set rated voltage range. The possible fuse ratings are marked on housing
(7) below line connector (6). For the ordering data, please see the section on
"Spare parts"“ on Page 75.
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Insert the new fuse (5) in the fuse holder and push the fuse holder (4) back
into its compartment (1).
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Connect the unit to line power.
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Turn on the system at its power switch.
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Disposal
User information
on the disposal of electrical and electronic devices
This symbol means that the product must not be disposed of as normal domestic waste.
The correct disposal of electrical or electronic devices helps to protect the environment and to prevent potential hazards to the environment and/or human
health which may occur as a result of improper handling of the devices concerned.
For detailed information on the disposal of the product, please contact your
local dealer or the device manufacturer or its legal successor. Please also note
the manufacturer's topical information on the Internet. In the event of resale
of the product or its components, the seller is required to inform the buyer
that the product must be disposed of in accordance with the applicable national regulations currently in force.
For end customers in the European Union
Please contact your dealer or supplier if you wish to dispose of electrical or
electronic devices.
Information on disposal in countries outside the European Union
This symbol is only applicable in the European Union. For the disposal of electrical and electronic devices, please observe the relevant national legislation
and other regulations applicable in your country.
Disposal of outer packaging material
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System Data
Technical data ................................................................................. 68
Key features KSK 150 FC ...........................................................................68
Technical data for the Colposcope KSK 150 FC..........................................68
Ordering data ............................................................................................70
Accessories................................................................................................71
Option 1Chip HD Camera, integrated HD video .........................................73
Spare parts ................................................................................................75
Regulatory information ................................................................... 76
Environmental conditions ................................................................77
EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) ...............................................78
Electromagnetic interference .....................................................................79
Electromagnetic immunity for all ME equipment
and ME systems.........................................................................................79
Electromagnetic interference resistance for ME equipment
or systems that are not life-sustaining........................................................80
Recommended safety distances between portable and mobile
RF communication equipment and the KSK 150 FC ...................................82
System combinations.......................................................................83
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Technical data
Key features KSK 150 FC
KSK 150 FC Has no key features within the meaning of IEC 60601-1: 2005 +
A1:2012.
The fundamental functions within the meaning of the intended use were
tested by the manufacturer for their stability.
Technical data for the Colposcope KSK 150 FC
Component
Properties
Type of operation
The colposcope is operated manually.
Standard equipment:
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Tubes
Inclined binocular tube f =170 mm, 45°
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Eyepieces
10x push-in widefield eyepieces
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Objective lens
Objective lens with focal length f = 300 mm
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Magnification
changer
Manual, 5-step
Performance features: With objective lens focal length f = 300 mm and 10x
eyepiece magnification, approximately:
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Magnification
factor
0.4 0.6 1.0 1.6 2.4
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Magnification
2x 3x 6x 9x 14x
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Field of view
diameter
93 mm, 62 mm, 37 mm, 23 mm, 15 mm
Fine focusing
Mechanically, via focusing knob, 18 mm
Weight
approx. 12 kg basic model (without device base)
Suspension arm
Lifting range +/-230 mm
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Component
Properties
Illumination equipment Lamp housing in carrier arm: Halogen reflector lamp
12 V 100 W, manual lamp change. An integrated
fiber optic system (light guide) directs the light to the
colposcope.
Power connection
Power connector on carrier arm: Only connect the
device to wall outlets which are properly equipped
with a protective ground conductor.
Rated voltages,
adjustable
100/110/120/127/220/230/240 V
Rated frequency
50Hz - 60Hz
Power consumption
200 VA (nominal)
Fuses
See section on "Spare parts", Page 75
Electrical standard
Degree of protection IP X0 according to
IEC 60529:1989+A1:1999+A2:2013
The system has been designed for continuous operation.
Load
For an asymmetric load distribution on the colposcope body, maximum 2.1 kg, i.e., adaptation of the
beam splitters, tubes, eyepieces, camera adapters,
etc. on one side. The asymmetric load distribution is
limited by the maximum load permissible on the tilt
joint in the instrument head.
When the load is distributed symmetrically on the
body of the colposcope, maximum 3.3 kg, i.e., adaptation of a micromanipulator on one side and adaptation of beam splitters, tubes, eyepieces, cameras,
etc. on the other. The symmetric load distribution is
limited by the maximum load permissible on the suspension arm.
Device base of the colposcope floor stand
Weight
Approx. 39 kg
Column length
Approx. 0.65 m
Maximum total weight Max. 60 kg (Colposcope floor stand with installed
safe workload)
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Ordering data
Only operate the system with the accessories included in the delivery package
and approved by Carl Zeiss. You will find the contact responsible for orders in
your country on this website:
www.meditec.zeiss.com
Colposcope KSK 150 FC, consisting of:
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Description
Order number
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302303-0000-000
KSK 150 FC basic model with:
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5-step magnification changer,
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45° inclined binocular tube, f = 170 mm
with two push-in widefield eyepieces 10x,
303784-0000-000
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objective lens, f = 300 mm,
302305-9030-000
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manual fine focusing,
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4° cold-light fiber optic illumination system,
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green filter,
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2 halogen lamps, 12 V, 100 W
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Articulated suspension arm (comprising suspension arm, carrier arm and instrument head).
380079-9040-000
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2 sleeves for tubes with screw thread
305542-0107-000
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Dust cover, blue, with ZEISS logo
000000-1055-278
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0.65 m floor stand, comprising:
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Stand base 99,
303293-9901-000
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Weight for stand base 99,
303288-0000-000
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Column 99 for 0.65 m stand.
303289-0000-000
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Order number
Cable for floor stand, country-specific
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Europe
000000-0146-250
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USA
000000-0148-412
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UK
309850-9003-000
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Switzerland
000000-0228-202
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Argentina
000000-0434-527
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China
000000-0475-508
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Brazil
000000-0527-727
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Only use the accessories included in the delivery package.
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Use the accessories included in the delivery package only for the described
intended purpose.
•
Please send your orders to your local contact of the ZEISS subsidiary in
your country.
Accessories
Tubes
Description
Cat. No.
Inclined binocular tube, f = 170 mm, 45°
303784-0000-000
Straight binocular tube, f = 170 mm
303765-0000-000
Tiltable binocular tube, f = 170 mm, 180°
303791-0000-000
Eyepieces
Description
Cat. No.
10x push-in widefield eyepiece
305542-0000-000
12.5x push-in widefield eyepiece, asph.
305543-9901-000
The eyepieces are also available with a focusing aid (1 eyepiece with "format"
reticle).
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Objective lenses
Description
Cat. No.
Objective lens f = 300 mm
for Colposcope 130 / 150 FC
302305-9030-000
Objective lens f = 250 mm
for Colposcope 130 / 150 FC
302305-9025-000
Cleaning agents
Description
Cat. No.
Optics cleaning kit
000000-1216-071
Microfiber cleaning cloth
000000-1254-655
Other accessories
Description
Order number
Adapter with double iris diaphragm (for increasing the 303354-0000-000
depth of field)
Dovetail for micromanipulators
302309-0000-000
FlexioStill adapter
301604-9010-000
FlexioMotion adapter
301604-9050-000
Still interface
301604-9100-000
Motion interface
301604-9500-000
Camera lens for SLR camera f=340
000000-1022-973
T2 adapter for Canon EOS
000000-0448-028
Mounting of the colposcope on examination chairs
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Connecting tube for Maquet chairs
305303-9901-000
Colposcope bracket for Maquet Radius chair
000000-1238-573
Connecting tube for Ritter, Baisch, Medifa and Eron
chairs
305306-0000-000
Connecting tube for Medimatic (Schmitz)
305307-0000-000
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Option 1Chip HD Camera, integrated HD video
Description
Order number
1Chip HD Camera with beam splitter
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1Chip HD Camera - KSK 150 FC
301900-8100-000
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System cable DVI-D, 5 m
302681-8767-000
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Splitter 20 (beam splitter 20)
301503-9901-000
1Chip HD Camera
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1Chip HD Camera - KSK 150 FC
301900-8100-000
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System cable DVI-D, 5 m
302681-8767-000
Sony HVO-500MD HD recorder
with cables
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Sony HVO-500MD HD recorder
000000-0575-031
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Adapter cable
000000-0576-774
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DVI monitor cable, 2m
308203-3020-000
Monitors - external
Sony 21" full HD monitor
308203-9430-000
NDS 24" HDTV monitor with 5m HD-SDI video cable and
stand base:
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NDS 24" HDTV monitor
308203-2021-000
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Base for 23"/24" HDTV monitor
000000-0498-394
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305989-8763-000
HD-SDI video cable, 75 Ohm 2xBNC pin 5m
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Description
Order number
Video cable
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System cable DVI-D, 5m
302681-8767-000
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DVI monitor cable, 2m
08203-3020-000
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HD video cable - HDMI to DVI - 5m
308203-1070-000
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HD-SDI video cable, 75 Ohm 2xBNC pins 5m
305989-8763-000
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HD-SDI video cable, 75 Ohm 2xBNC pins 10m
305989-8764-000
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HD-SDI video cable, 75 Ohm 2xBNC pins 15m
305989-8766-000
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S-VHS connecting cable 2 x 4 pins, mini DIN, 2m
(connects CCU to monitor)
301687-9102-000
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5m S-VHS connecting cable 2 x 4 pins, mini DIN
000000-0300-281
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10m S-VHS connecting cable 2 x 4 pins, mini DIN
308203-3070-000
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Component HD YPbPr cable, 10m
308203-3080-000
Video accessories
Splitter 20 (beam splitter 20)
301503-9901-000
Splitter 50 (beam splitter 50)
301513-9902-000
Upgrade for colposcope 150 FC with 1Chip HD Camera
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UC 1Chip HD Camera - KSK150 FC
301900-8100-500
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System cable DVI-D, 5 m
302681-8767-000
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Splitter 20 (if customer does not have)
301503-9901-000
For "1Chip HD Camera" option, ZEISS supplies the Instructions for Use
"1Chip HD Camera" (G-30-1946) automatically.
Video accessories
You can find additional video accessories in the "ZEISS video accessories"
product overview (G-30-1888).
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Spare parts
Description
Order number
Halogen lamp, 12V, 100W
380079-9040-000
Line fuse, fusible element
You need two each!
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000000-0149-688
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For 220 V - 240 V: T 0,80A H 250 V 5x20mm
000000-0149-684
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Regulatory information
Approvals and requirements
Description
Labeling
Electrical safety
The medical device complies with the requirements
of
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IEC 60601-1:2005 + Cor. :2006 + Cor. :2007 +
A1:2012
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IEC 60601-1:2005 + A1:2012
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CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60601-1:2014
Protection class 1
EMC requirements
According to IEC 60601-1-2:2007, modified the
medical device is classed as Class B (according to
CISPR 11).
Product classification
The medical device is classed under Appendix IX of
the Medical Devices Directive 93/42/EEC as Class 1.
CE marking
The device meets the essential requirements stipulated in Annex I to Directive 93/42/EEC governing
medical devices.
The system is marked
RoHS compliance
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This product complies with the RoHS Directive
2011/65/EC.
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Environmental conditions
For operation
Feature
Permissible range
Temperature
+ 10°C ... + 40°C
Rel. Humidity
30% ... 75%
Air pressure
700 hPa ... 1060 hPa
For transportation and storage
Feature
Permissible range
Temperature
Without 1Chip HD Camera:
- 40°C ... + 70°C
With 1Chip HD Camera:
- 20°C ... + 70°C
Rel. humidity
10% ... 90%
(without condensation)
Air pressure
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EMC (electromagnetic compatibility)
The device is subject to specific precautions with regard to electromagnetic
compatibility (EMC). In order to avoid the occurrence of EMC interference, the
device may only be installed, operated and maintained in the manner indicated in these Instructions for Use and only with components supplied by
ZEISS.
CAUTION
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Danger from electromagnetic radiation
Electrical devices can influence each other as a result of their electromagnetic
radiation. The use of non-approved components (accessories, transformers
of all types, cables) can cause increased emissions or reduce the device's immunity.
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With the exception of the combination of the devices described in these
Instructions for Use, do not operate the device in direct proximity to other
devices.
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Only use accessories, transformers, cables and spare parts which are
specified in these Instructions for Use or which are approved by ZEISS for
this device.
•
Do not use any portable or mobile RF communication equipment near
the device as it is not possible to exclude the possibility that the function
of the device will be affected.
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Please follow the EMC guidelines in the following pages.
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Electromagnetic interference
The KSK 150 FC is intended for operation in an electromagnetic environment
as specified below. The customer or the user of KSK 150 FC is responsible for
ensuring that the device is operated in such an environment.
Interference measurements
Compliance
Electromagnetic environment - guidelines
RF emissions as per CISPR11
Group 1
The KSK 150 FC uses RF energy only for its internal
functions. As a result, RF emissions are very low and
unlikely to cause any interference in nearby electronic
devices.
RF emissions as per CISPR11
Class B
The KSK 150 FC is suitable for use in all facilities including locations in residential environments and
those directly connected to the public power supply
network which also supplies buildings used for residential purposes.
Harmonic emissions as per EN Class A
61000-3-2
Emission of voltage fluctuaCompliant
tions/flicker as per EN 610003-3
Electromagnetic immunity for all ME equipment
and ME systems
The KSK 150 FC is intended for operation in an electromagnetic environment
as specified below. The customer or the user of the KSK 150 FC is responsible
for ensuring that the device is operated in such an environment.
Immunity
tests
Compliance level
Electromagnetic environment guidelines
Electrostatic dis±6 kV
charge (ESD) as per contact discharge
IEC 61000-4-2
±8 kV air discharge
±6 kV
contact discharge
Floors should be made of wood or
concrete or be covered with ceramic
tiles. If the flooring contains synthetic
materials, the relative humidity must
be at least 30%.
Fast transient/burst ±2 kV for
immunity as per
power supply lines
IEC 61000-4-4
±1 kV for
input/output lines
±2 kV for
power supply lines
±1 kV for
input/output lines
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±8 kV
air discharge
The quality of the supply voltage
should be that of a typical business or
hospital environment.
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Immunity
tests
IEC 60601
test level
Compliance level
Surges as per
IEC 61000-4-5
± 1 kV phase-to-neutral
voltage
± 2 kV phase/neutral to
ground voltage
± 1 kV phase-to-neutral The quality of the supply voltage
voltage
should be that of a typical business or
± 2 kV phase/neutral to hospital environment.
ground voltage
Voltage dips, short < 5% UT
interruptions and (> 95% dip of UT) for
voltage variations 0.5 cycle
as per
IEC 61000-4-11
40% UT
(60% dip of UT) for 5 cycles
Power frequency
(50/60Hz) magnetic field as per
IEC 61000-4-8
< 5% UT
(> 95% dip of UT) for
0.5 cycle
40% UT
(60% dip of UT) for 5
cycles
70% UT
(30% dip of UT) for 25
cycles
70% UT
(30% dip of UT) for 25
cycles
< 5% UT
(95% dip of UT) for 5s
< 5% UT
(95% dip of UT) for 5s
3 A/m
3 A/m
Electromagnetic environment guidelines
The quality of the supply voltage
should be that of a typical business or
hospital environment. If the user of
KSK 150 FC requires continued function even in the event of interruptions
in the power supply, we recommend
to power the device KSK 150 FC from
an uninterruptible power supply or a
battery.
Power frequency magnetic fields
should be at levels typical of business
and hospital environments.
NOTE: UT is the AC supply voltage prior to application of the test level.
Electromagnetic interference resistance for ME equipment
or systems that are not life-sustaining
The device KSK 150 FCis intended to be operated in one of the electromagnetic environments specified below. The customer or the user of the device
KSK 150 FC is responsible for ensuring that it is operated in such an environment.
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Interference resistance
Tests
System Data
IEC 60601
test level
Compliance level Electromagnetic environment Guidelines
Portable and mobile radio communication
equipment should not be used closer to the device KSK 150 FC, including cables, than the recommended safety distance that is calculated
using the equation applicable to the transmission frequency involved.
Recommended safety distance:
Conducted RF dis- 3 Vactual value
3V
turbances as de150 kHz to 80 MHz
scribed in
EN 61000-4:-6
d = 1, 2 P
3 V/m
Radiated RF distur- 3 Vactual value
bances as de80 MHz to 2.5 GHz
scribed in
EN 61000-4:-3
d = 1, 2 P
d = 2,3 P
for 80 MHz to 800 MHz
for 800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
where P is the output power rating of the transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter
manufacturer's specifications and d is the recommended safety distance in meters (m). The
field strength of stationary transmitters as determined by a site survey should bea less than the
compliance level in all frequency ranges.b
Interference may occur in the vicinity of equipment marked with the following symbol.
Note 1
At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the higher frequency range applies.
Note 2
These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is influenced by absorption and reflection by structures, objects and persons.
a In theory, the field strengths of stationary transmitters such as base stations for cell phones and mobile land
radio equipment, amateur radio stations, AM and FM radio and TV transmitters cannot be predicted accurately. To assess the electromagnetic environment with respect to stationary RF transmitters, a site study of
the electromagnetic phenomena should be considered. If the field strength measured at the location where
the device is used exceeds the above compliance levels, the device must be monitored to verify proper function. If abnormal performance is observed, additional measures may be necessary, such as re-orienting or relocating the ME equipment or ME system.
b
Field strengths should be less than 3 V/m for the 150 kHz to 80 MHz frequency range.
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Recommended safety distances between portable and mobile
RF communication equipment and the KSK 150 FC
The device KSK 150 FC is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment
in which RF disturbances are controlled. The customer or the user of the device KSK 150 FC can help prevent electromagnetic interference by maintaining
a minimum distance between portable and mobile RF communication equipment (transmitters) and the KSK 150 FC - depending on the output power of
the communication equipment as specified below.
Rated power of the
transmitter [W]
Separation distance depending on transmission frequency [m]
150 KHz to 80 MHz
d = 1, 2 P
80 MHz to 800 MHz
d = 1, 2 P
800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
d = 2, 3 P
0.01
0.12
0.12
0.23
0.1
0.38
0.38
0.73
1st
1.2
1.2
2.3
10
3.8
3.8
7.3
100
12
12
23
For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed in the above table, the recommended separation distance d in meters (m) can be determined using the equation indicated for each column, with P being
the maximum output power rating of the transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer's specifications.
NOTE 1
At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2
These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is
influenced by absorption and reflection by structures, objects and persons.
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System combinations
The Colposcope KSK 150 FC can be extended with the accessories offered by
Carl Zeiss Meditec A (see ordering data for accessories) to form an already
tested system. Then this system combination is approved by ZEISS.
It has to be noted that all devices used in the system have to be cleaned in
accordance with their relevant instruction for use.
System kit
Any additional equipment connected to medical electrical devices must demonstrably comply with the applicable standards and directives (e.g. IEC
60950-1:2005, modified + Cor.:2006 + A1:2009, modified + A1:2009/
Cor.:2012 + A2:2013, modified for data processing equipment).
Furthermore, any configurations must comply with normative requirements
for electronic medical devices (see IEC 60601-1-1:2000 or IEC 60601-1:2005
+ A1:2012, chapter 16).
Anyone connecting additional equipment to medical electrical devices is a
system configurer and as such is responsible for compliance of the system
with the normative requirements for medical electrical systems.
Please note that local legislation takes priority over the above-mentioned normative requirements. If you have any questions, please contact your local
dealer or ZEISS Service.
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Numerics
0.65 m floor stand ....................................................................................70
1Chip HD Camera (option) ........................................................................26
A
Accessories ...............................................................................................71
Accessories, attaching further ...................................................................42
Address of manufacturer ............................................................................2
Adjusting knob, balance setting ................................................................28
Adjusting knob, brake ..............................................................................28
Adjusting the eyepieces ............................................................................48
Adjusting the interpupillary distance ...................................................30, 48
After every use .........................................................................................14
B
Beam splitter 50 (Splitter 50) ....................................................................34
Binocular tube ..........................................................................................30
Binocular tube, attachment ......................................................................42
Brightness knob ........................................................................................28
C
Camera control unit for the 1Chip HD Camera ..........................................26
Carrier arm ...............................................................................................26
Changing accessories ...............................................................................44
Changing the fuse ....................................................................................64
Changing the halogen lamp .....................................................................62
Checklist ...................................................................................................52
Colposcope floor stand .............................................................................33
Colposcope KSK 150 FC .....................................................................24, 26
Colposcope, controls ................................................................................30
Configuration features ..............................................................................24
Connecting the device cable .....................................................................46
Connecting the potential equalization ......................................................47
Connecting the system .............................................................................46
Connecting tube for examination chair .....................................................33
Continuous operation ...............................................................................69
Controls, Colposcope ...............................................................................30
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Controls, support unit ...............................................................................28
Coobservation, connector port for ............................................................30
Country of destination ..............................................................................46
D
Design, main groups .................................................................................26
Device base ........................................................................................24, 26
Diopter scale .............................................................................................32
Diopter setting ring ...................................................................................32
Disposal ....................................................................................................65
Documentation equipment .......................................................................42
Dust cover, blue, with ZEISS logo ..............................................................70
E
EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) .........................................................78
Ending work .............................................................................................55
Examination chair, connecting tube for .....................................................33
Eyecups ....................................................................................................32
Eyepieces ......................................................................................24, 30, 34
Eyepieces, attachment ..............................................................................42
F
Field of application .....................................................................................7
Fine focusing ......................................................................................30, 68
First use ....................................................................................................11
Floor stand .........................................................................................24, 33
Friction knob, inclination ...........................................................................28
Friction knob, instrument head .................................................................28
Friction knob, rotational motion ...............................................................28
Front adapter for laser micromanipulator ..................................................34
Front adapter, connection of ....................................................................30
Fuse ..........................................................................................................75
Fuses ........................................................................................................69
G
Gewichtsbelastung ...................................................................................69
Green filter ...................................................................................24, 25, 30
H
Halogen illumination .................................................................................28
Halogen lamp, 12 V, 100 W ......................................................................75
Halogen light source .................................................................................24
Halogenlampe 12 V, 100 W ......................................................................75
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Handgrip ..................................................................................................28
Handgrip on the instrument head .............................................................30
Hazard symbols ..........................................................................................6
I
Illumination equipment .............................................................................69
Illumination system .............................................................................24, 25
Inclined tube and eyepieces ......................................................................30
Inclined tube, binocular ............................................................................24
Information symbols ...................................................................................6
Instrument base ........................................................................................33
Instrument head .......................................................................................26
Instrument with suspension system (option) .............................................38
Integrated video system (option) ..............................................................50
Intended use ..............................................................................................7
Interchangeable objective lens ..................................................................30
Interchangeable objective lenses ..............................................................34
K
Key to symbols ...........................................................................................6
KSK 150 FC basic model ...........................................................................70
L
Lastverteilung, symmetrisch ......................................................................69
Liability and warranty .................................................................................8
Light source, halogen ...............................................................................24
Line fuses .................................................................................................64
Load .........................................................................................................69
Load distribution, symmetrich ...................................................................69
M
Magnification changer ..................................................................24, 25, 30
Main groups .............................................................................................26
Manufacturer's address ..............................................................................2
Micromanipulator .....................................................................................30
Microscope accessories, changing ............................................................44
N
Normal use .................................................................................................8
O
Objective lens ...........................................................................................25
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Objective lens, attachment ........................................................................42
Observe the rated voltage .........................................................................46
Optical surfaces, cleaning .........................................................................58
Order number ...........................................................................................70
Ordering data ...........................................................................................70
P
Performance features ................................................................................68
Potential equalization .........................................................................10, 22
Power connection .....................................................................................69
Power consumption ..................................................................................69
Power outlet with connected protective earth conductor ..........................46
Power switch with power display ..............................................................28
Procedure .................................................................................................53
Protective cover ........................................................................................42
Protective earth conductor ........................................................................11
Protective ground conductor ....................................................................13
R
Rated frequency ........................................................................................69
Rated voltage, available ............................................................................46
Rated voltages, adjustable ........................................................................69
Regulatory information .............................................................................76
Relocating the system ...............................................................................40
Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) ..............................................76
S
Safety check .............................................................................................61
Securing screw ...................................................................................30, 42
Setting the balance ...................................................................................44
Setting the colposcope .............................................................................48
Setting the working height of the support unit .........................................38
Sicherung .................................................................................................75
Sleeves for tubes with screw thread ..........................................................70
Spare parts ...............................................................................................75
Standard equipment .................................................................................68
Starting work ............................................................................................55
Support unit .......................................................................................24, 25
Suspension arm ........................................................................................26
Suspension arm, lifting range ....................................................................68
System overview .......................................................................................23
T
Target group ...............................................................................................7
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Tubes .......................................................................................................34
U
Universal colposcope ................................................................................24
V
Video and camera equipment ...................................................................34
Voltage setting .........................................................................................46
W
Weight .....................................................................................................68
Widefield eyepieces in mount in the binocular tube ..................................42
Widefield eyepieces with magnetic coupling .............................................32
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Goeschwitzer Strasse 51-52
07745 Jena
Germany
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