Operating instructions - JK

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Operating instructions
Model-No.: JK 103/40-3
Ergoline PASSION 40/3 Turbo Power
Soltron S-45 FLIRT
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Table of Contents
Contact information
Manufacturer JK-Products GmbH
Köhlerhohner Straße
53578 Windhagen
GERMANY
Tel.: +49 (0) 22 24 / 818-140
Fax: +49 (0) 22 24 / 818-166
Customer Service JK Products & Services, Inc.
#1 Walter Kratz Drive
Jonesboro, AR 72401
800-445-0624
870-935-9046
http://support.jkamerica.com
WARNING!
Read these operating instructions.
Failure to observe these instructions:
• may result in serious injury and death,
• can result in damage to the device and the
environment.
– For the safety of yourself and others, read and observe
all instructions contained herein before operating the
device.
– Please make the instructions and additional information
available to anyone who operates or services the device.
Copyright
The copyright remains with JK-Holding GmbH.
The contents may not be duplicated (in whole or part), distributed or utilized
for competition purposes without authorization or disclosed to other parties.
The right to make technical changes in regard to the figures and information
contained in this instruction manual is reserved!
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What certain words and signs mean (Glossary) ........................ 6
2.1
2.2
2.3
Definitions ....................................................................................... 6
Warning signs ................................................................................. 7
Symbols on the device .................................................................... 9
3
What this device is ...................................................................... 11
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.3.1
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.8.1
3.8.2
3.8.3
3.9
3.10
3.10.1
3.10.2
3.10.3
3.10.4
3.10.5
Guidelines ..................................................................................... 11
Export ............................................................................................ 11
Scope of delivery........................................................................... 11
Optional ......................................................................................... 11
Device description ......................................................................... 12
Options .......................................................................................... 13
Function description ...................................................................... 13
Transport ....................................................................................... 14
Installation location........................................................................ 14
Ventilation ..................................................................................... 14
Setup location ............................................................................... 15
Commissioning.............................................................................. 16
Signs and stickers on the device ................................................... 17
Technical data ............................................................................... 24
Power rating, electrical specifications and noise level .................. 24
Dimensions ................................................................................... 25
Lamp configuration........................................................................ 26
Accent lighting ............................................................................... 27
Spare parts.................................................................................... 27
4
Why you use it ............................................................................. 28
4.1
4.2
Intended use ................................................................................. 28
Skin condition ................................................................................ 28
5
Who cannot use it ....................................................................... 29
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
Prohibited usage ........................................................................... 29
Tanning system ............................................................................. 29
Vibra Shape (vibration plate) ......................................................... 29
6
What you must do to avoid serious harm ................................. 30
6.1
6.2
6.3
General ......................................................................................... 30
Tanning system ............................................................................. 30
Sensor ........................................................................................... 31
7
What you must do to avoid other harm..................................... 32
7.1
7.2
7.3
General ......................................................................................... 32
Tanning system ............................................................................. 32
Sensor ........................................................................................... 32
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7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
Vibra Shape (vibration plate) ......................................................... 32
Foreseeable misuse ...................................................................... 33
Obligations of the studio operator.................................................. 33
Staff training .................................................................................. 33
8
Risks of using this device .......................................................... 34
9
Benefits of using this device ...................................................... 35
10
How to decide to use this device ............................................... 36
11
What to do before the treatment ................................................ 37
12
How to use this device ................................................................ 38
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.4.1
12.4.2
12.5
12.5.1
12.5.2
12.6
12.6.1
12.6.2
12.7
12.8
12.9
12.10
12.11
12.12
12.12.1
12.12.2
12.12.3
12.13
12.13.1
12.14
How to set this device up .............................................................. 38
How to make sure the device works .............................................. 38
How to use it to treat your condition .............................................. 38
How to choose correct treatment regimen..................................... 38
Skin types ...................................................................................... 38
Tanning times ................................................................................ 39
How to operate the device ............................................................. 40
Control Center ............................................................................... 40
User settings overview .................................................................. 40
Functions ....................................................................................... 41
Navigation ..................................................................................... 42
Description .................................................................................... 42
Operating display of the sensor ..................................................... 42
Selection of the application ........................................................... 43
Sun Select setting with the outer interface .................................... 43
Measurement (automatic mode).................................................... 43
Connections .................................................................................. 44
How to use .................................................................................... 45
How to start ................................................................................... 45
Application tips .............................................................................. 46
How to stop ................................................................................... 46
What to do after the treatment ....................................................... 46
Cleaning and disinfection .............................................................. 46
Safety instructions
for cleaning/disinfection and maintenance .................................... 47
How to clean/disinfect ................................................................... 49
Cleaning and disinfection of surfaces ............................................ 50
Cleaning/disinfection plan ............................................................. 51
How to maintain............................................................................. 52
Technical modifications ................................................................. 52
Maintenance plan .......................................................................... 52
Cleaning and maintenance work preparation ................................ 55
Instructions for replacing the lamps ............................................... 60
Cleaning and disinfection of the sensor......................................... 64
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12.15.1
12.15.2
12.16
12.16.1
12.16.2
12.16.3
12.16.4
12.16.5
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12.16.6
12.16.7
12.16.8
12.16.17
12.17
12.17.1
12.17.2
12.17.3
Cleaning or replacing UV lamps in the base ................................. 64
Cleaning or replacing the UV lamps in the side section ................ 65
Cleaning or replacing
UV lamps and filter panels in the canopy ...................................... 66
Cleaning or replacing
the UV lamps and filter panels in the shoulder tanner................... 66
Cleaning or replacing the interior lights ......................................... 67
Cleaning or replacing the canopy accent lighting .......................... 68
Cleaning or replacing the front panel accent lighting .................... 68
Cleaning the filters in the base ...................................................... 68
Cleaning the canopy filter mats ..................................................... 69
Cleaning the filter mats in shoulder tanner .................................... 69
Air conditioning:
Empty the condensation tank and clean the filter.......................... 70
AQUA / AROMA SYSTEM maintenance....................................... 70
How to store the device................................................................. 70
Decommissioning .......................................................................... 70
Storage ......................................................................................... 70
Disposal ........................................................................................ 70
13
What to do when things go wrong............................................. 71
13.1
Troubleshooting ............................................................................ 72
14
Where you can find out more ..................................................... 73
15
How we studied this device ....................................................... 74
16
Appendix ...................................................................................... 75
16.1
16.1.1
Model-No.: JK 103 / 40-3: EMC information.................................. 75
Table 201: Guidelines and manufacturer's declaration –
Electromagnetic emissions ........................................................... 75
Table 202: Guidelines and manufacturer's declaration –
Electromagnetic interference ........................................................ 76
Table 204: Guidelines and manufacturer's declaration –
Electromagnetic interference ........................................................ 77
Table 206: Recommended safe distances between portable
and mobile HF communications equipment and
Model-No.: JK 103 / 40-3 .............................................................. 78
12.16.9
12.16.10
12.16.11
12.16.12
12.16.13
12.16.14
12.16.15
12.16.16
16.1.2
16.1.3
16.1.4
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JK-Products, Inc. – Limited Warranty ....................................... 79
17.1
17.2
17.2.1
17.2.2
17.3
Limited Acrylic Warranty ............................................................... 80
Warranty Claims............................................................................ 80
Policy & Procedures ...................................................................... 80
Labor Warranty Claim/Credit Procedures ..................................... 81
Limited Lifetime Warranty ............................................................. 82
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Index ............................................................................................. 85
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What certain words and signs mean (Glossary)
2
What certain words and signs mean (Glossary)
2.1
Definitions
Studio operator
People who provide tanning devices to users on a commercial basis. The
studio operator is trained to operate and maintain the device and is responsible for the orderly operation of the device as well as compliance with the
maintenance intervals.
User
A person who uses the tanning device at a commercial location.
Staff
People who are responsible for the operation, cleaning/disinfection as well as
general maintenance work and who instruct the users in the operation of the
devices.
Authorized, trained and qualified staff
Qualified staff from an external company who have been trained and authorized by the manufacturer for assembly and maintenance work with specific
devices.
Contraindications
Issues where the risk is always greater than the benefit and there are data
supporting the risk and benefit relationship.
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What certain words and signs mean (Glossary)
2.2
Warning signs
Danger notices, nonobservance will lead to death or serious injury:
DANGER!
Type and source of danger, e.g. 'DANGER – High voltage!'
Description of the consequences, e.g. 'You can be killed or
injured by an electric shock!'
Countermeasures:
– Disconnect device from power supply before opening.
– Do not reach into the inside with the device switched
on.
Warning notices, nonobservance can lead to death or serious injury.
WARNING!
Type and source of danger, e.g. 'WARNING – hot surface!'
Description of the consequences, e.g. 'You can burn your
hand (skin, face)!'
Countermeasures:
– Do not touch hot parts and nearby surfaces.
– Wait until hot parts and surfaces have cooled down.
Warning notices, ultraviolet radiation, nonobservance can lead to serious injury:
WARNING!
Type and source of danger, e.g. 'WARNING – ultraviolet
radiation!'
Description of the consequences, e.g. 'You can burn your
skin!'
Countermeasures, e.g.:
– Avoid overexposure.
WARNING!
Crushing hazard, e.g. when closing the bed base!
Fingers can be jammed.
– Do not hold fingers between bed base and front panel.
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What certain words and signs mean (Glossary)
Caution notices, nonobservance can lead to less than serious injury or
damage of property.
CAUTION!
Unauthorized lamps!
The word 'Caution' together with the warning sign points out
that less than serious injury can be expected here.
Countermeasures:
– Avoid doing this.
– Do that.
NOTICE
ESD-sensitive components!
The word 'NOTICE' without warning sign points out that
danger for devices, materials and the environment can be
expected here.
Countermeasures:
– Avoid doing this.
– Do that.
Important information:
NOTE:
This symbol does not identify safety notices, but states information for a better understanding of the processes.
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What certain words and signs mean (Glossary)
2.3
Symbols on the device
The following symbols are displayed on the device:
Manufacturer, production year and month
Type BF applied part1
Follow Operating Instructions.
Where there are great differences in temperature between the transport
route and the installation site the device may not be put into operation immediately after being set up.
Wait at least 2 hours before connecting the device to the power supply.
Maximum transport weight
Do not stack!
This side up.
Keep dry.
Temperature limitations.
The temperature limits are noted next to the upper and lower horizontal line.
Recyclable material.
Devices with physical contact between device and user belong to category
BF (body float).
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What certain words and signs mean (Glossary)
Polystyrene
Cardboard
Mixed paper
Steel
Wood
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What this device is
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What this device is
3.1
Guidelines
This product is in conformity with the performance standards for sunlamp
products under 21 CFR 1040.20, FDA and listed with ETL and
CAN/CSA 22.2 No. 224.
3.2
Export
This device is exclusively intended for use in the USA and Canada and may
not be exported to other countries and operated there! The manufacturer
assumes no liability whatsoever in the event of non-compliance. High liability
risks may occur for the exporter and/or the studio operator in the event of
noncompliance.
3.3
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



Tanning device
Lamps
Power cord
Protective goggles
Technical documentation (folder with instructions, brochures for error
codes and default settings and additional documentation)
3.3.1
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Optional
Audio system (Stereo-Sound system PLUS or Stereo-Sound system)
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What this device is
3.4
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
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Device description
Facial tanner (UV high pressure lamps + UV low pressure lamps)
UV low pressure lamps, base
Operating panel
Acrylic panel base
Adjustable air nozzles – Facial cooling
Body cooling air nozzles
UV low pressure lamps, canopy
Interior lighting
Accent lighting, canopy
What this device is
3.5
Options
1. Audio system (Stereo-Sound system PLUS or Stereo-Sound system)
2. Headphone jack (only with Stereo-Sound system PLUS)
3. MP3 connection (only with Stereo-Sound system PLUS)
3.6
Function description
The primary technical components of a tanning device are an artificial source
of UV radiation, a variety of filters and reflectors as well as a mechanical
structure with a defined active surface.
Different tanning results can be achieved in varying strength tanning devices.
This is due to the different strength UV lamps and the different UV-A and UVB proportions of the UV radiation. The UV-A proportion primarily generates a
superficial tan, which appears rapidly and is intensive but also fades more
rapidly, the UV-B radiation is primarily responsible for more long-term tanning
results. The disadvantage of the UV-B radiation is that the tan does not become visible until one or two days after visiting the tanning salon. Therefore,
the appropriate tanning device is to be selected depending on the desired
tanning goal.
The tanning devices described here primarily emit UV-A radiation and are
equipped with additional UV-B lamps (low pressure UV lamps in the face
tanners).
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What this device is
3.7
Transport
3.8
Installation location
You may find detailed information on installation and setting up in the Installation Instructions (see folder Technical Documentation).
3.8.1
Ventilation
NOTICE
Danger of failure!
Danger of overheating by obstruction of the air routing.
– Observe the ventilation information to avoid serious system malfunctions.
You can obtain data regarding the air supply and ventilation from the customer service department (see page 2).
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3.8.2
Setup location
WARNING!
Sudden movements and malfunctions!
Crushing hazard.
– The device is not suitable for operation in mobile facilities (ships, buses, trains). Adaptation of the unit is required in order to guarantee trouble-free operation
when used in mobile facilities.
CAUTION!
Danger of overheating by obstruction of the air routing!
Any liability is excluded in case of damage or injury proven
to be the result of the use of non-genuine spare parts.
Use of non-compliant lamps voids warranty and risks injury!
– Do not change, obstruct or block the air inflow and
outflow area to the device or make any unauthorized
changes to the device. The manufacturer shall bear no
liability for damage or injuries resulting from such actions.
– Observe the ventilation information to avoid serious
system malfunctions.
– Before putting a device into operation, the transport
pallet must be removed from under the device. Danger
of overheating by obstruction of the air routing.
– Maintain the minimum distances from the walls! Dimensions are given on page 25.
– Only use OEM spare parts of the same type! The use of
other parts will void the manufacturer's warranty!
NOTICE
Salty air! Contaminated air!
Device damage due to corrosion of the housing and electrical components.
– Do not install the device at swimming pools.
– Do not operate the device in locations with aggressive environmental
conditions (e.g. air containing chlorine).
Damage to the device possible!
Where there are great differences in temperature between the transport route
and the installation site the device may not be put into operation immediately
after being set up.
– Wait at least 2 hours before connecting the device to the power supply.
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What this device is
NOTICE
Damage to the device possible!
The device is not to be used outdoors.
Environmental conditions
 Optimum ambient temperature: Between 59 °F (15 °C) and 77 °F (25 °C)
 Storage temperature: Between 5 °F (-15 °C) and 140 °F (+60 °C)
Please contact the customer service department without fail before putting the
device into operation - see page 2.
3.8.3
Commissioning
DANGER!
Damaged mains power cable!
Danger to persons through electric shock or burns.
– Only the manufacturer or specialist companies are
permitted to replace the mains power cable.
Initial commissioning will be undertaken by the manufacturer's own service
personnel or by authorized, trained and qualified staff. The device will be
handed over ready for use.
As studio operator you are responsible for abiding by the electrical regulations
applicable at the installation site.
The unit incorporates special preventive measures with regard to the electromagnetic compatibility and must be installed and commissioned according to
the EMC instructions obtained from the assembly instructions.
If the device has not been used for a longer period of time, then it must first
be inspected by our customer service department or by another authorized
company before being put back into operation again.
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What this device is
3.9
Signs and stickers on the device
Signs which warn of danger areas or give important information on components are attached to the device. Ensure that the instruction signs are always
clearly recognizable and easily legible. Any missing instruction signs or stickers must be replaced.
1: Name plate (example)
The name plate is attached to the interior side of the canopy. It contains important information for identifying the device (e. g. the serial number = SerialNo.) and the conformity mark.
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What this device is
2: UDI plate (example)
3: Standards
4: Spring warning sticker (1014118-..)
5: 'Remove lattice' sticker (842971-..)
11978 / 0
The sticker is located at the rear on top of the air outlet.
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6: Exposure label
The sticker is mounted on the canopy head end.
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7: Warning sticker UV radiation (801140-..)
8: Sticker 'Follow Operating Instructions' (1014232-..)
9: Sticker (1014367-..)
10: Age warning label (1508746-..)
The sticker is mounted on the front panel.
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11: CAUTION HIGH VOLTAGE sticker (1014186-..)
12: Adjust canopy movement stickers (1014114-..)
13: Voltage is not switched off sticker (800698-..)
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14: Power unit components sticker (1501531-..)
15: OEM parts sticker (801138-..)
The sticker is mounted on the bottom of the bed base.
16: Cable length warning sticker (1014119-..)
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17: USA mains connection sticker (1504660-..)
The sticker is mounted on the left side panel.
18: Lamp cover base sticker (801139-..)
The sticker is mounted on the lamp cover foot end.
19: Canada warning sticker (801371-..)
20: Air conditioning sticker (1002243-..)
Not applicable for this device.
21: Warning sticker sensor base station (1009643-..)
Not applicable for this device.
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What this device is
3.10
Technical data
3.10.1
Power rating, electrical specifications and
noise level
Model-No.: JK 103 / 40-3
Power consumption rating:
9,000 W
Rated frequency:
60 Hz
Rated voltage:
230 V
Rated fuses:
Classification:
40 amp 3-pole
or
Type BF applied part
Ingress protection classification:
IP20
Protection against electric shock:
Class I
Max. allowed network impedance:
0.095 Ω
Noise level 1m away from device:
< 66.0 dB(A)
Noise level inside the device:
Load on the acrylic panel:
Weight:
Max. humidity:
60 amp 2-pole
< 70 dB(A)
max. 330 lb / 150 kg
approx. 805 lb / 365 kg
< 70%
Ambient temperature:
59-89 °F (15-32 °C)
Max. operating altitude (above sea level):
< 6500 ft (2000 m)
NOTE:
Adaptation of the unit is required for operating altitudes
greater than 6500 ft / 2000 m above sea level in order to
guarantee trouble-free operation.
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3.10.2
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B=
47 4/16 in
1,200 mm
B1 =
30 11/16 in
780 mm
H=
48 7/16 in
1,230 mm
H1 =
62 3/16 in
1,580 mm
L=
84 10/16 in
(without Sound System)
2,150 mm
(without Sound System)
L=
88 9/16 in
(with Sound System)
2,250 mm
(with Sound System)
L1 =
84 10/16 in
2,150 mm
BK =
94 1/2 in
2,400 mm
TK =
82 11/16 in
2,100 mm
B2 =
0 63⁄64 in
25 mm
BL =
33 15⁄32 in
850 mm
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What this device is
3.10.3
Lamp configuration
NOTICE
The use of other UV lamps and filter panels voids the operating license!
Model-No.: JK 103 / 40-3
Lamp set
Number Description
a)
3
3
b)
16
16
c)
24
24
d)
2
1
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Length
UV high pressure lamps
Ergoline ultra C12645
Filter panels Ultra Performance
Power
Control
400 W
400 W / 0 W
Order-no.
12645-..
1504566-..
UV low pressure lamps
GENESIS
HPR 15 FR71-T12-BA-120 W
Starter 160 W
71 in
1.8 m
UV low pressure lamps
GENESIS
HPR 15 FR71-T12-CA-160 W
Starter 160 W
71 in
1.8 m
UV low pressure lamps GENESIS
HPR15 F10-T5-VHP-UVB+-8 W
Starter S2
9.9 in
120 W
120 W
1504559-..
12637-..
160 W
160 W
1504563-..
12637-..
8W
8W/0W
1504565-..
10013-..
What this device is
3.10.4
Accent lighting
Number Description
Power
Order-no.
e)
1
1
Low pressure lamp white
Starter S10
36 W
12969-..
10047-..
f)
1
1
Low pressure lamp white
Starter S10
18 W
1002513-..
10047-..
3.10.5
Spare parts
Number Description
1
1
Acrylic panel
2
3
Filter
Order-no.
1504971-..
55567-..
For more spare parts, contact Customer Service (see page 2).
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Why you use it
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Why you use it
4.1
Intended use
This sunlamp product is intended exclusively for cosmetic tanning of the human skin, for one person at a time, at the age of 18 or above.
4.2
Skin condition
You may benefit from the use of this device



if you tan in natural sunlight (skin types III, IV and V),
if you have no acute sunburn or skin disease,
if you take no medication or use cosmetics that may increase sensitivity
to ultraviolet light.
Skin type I (Sensitive):
Invariably gets sunburn, accepts little natural sunlight and does not tan.
Skin type II (Fair):
Gets sunburn easily and severely, tans minimally or lightly and peels.
Skin type III (Average):
Often referred to as “Average” complexion, gets moderate sunburns and tans
about average.
Skin type IV (Brown):
Seldom gets sunburns, tans easily and above average with each exposure.
Skin type V (Dark Brown):
This individual’s system rarely gets sunburns, tans easily and substantially.
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Who cannot use it
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Who cannot use it
5.1
Prohibited usage
5.1.1
Tanning system
WARNING!
UV radiation
Danger of skin and eye injuries or skin diseases!
The following people must not use the device:
 People under 18 years of age
 People with skin lesions or open wounds
 People with acute sunburn
 People who repeatedly suffered from serious sunburn during childhood
 People with naturally red hair and pale skin
 People with atypically discolored patches of skin
 People who have or have had skin cancer
 People who suffer from an increased risk of skin cancer (e.g. cases of
skin cancer in the family)
 People among whose closest relatives a melanoma has occurred
 People who are being medically treated for photosensitivity
 People taking photosensitivity causing medicine
 People with freckles and people who tend to develop freckles
 People with more than 16 moles on their body (2 mm diameter or larger)
 People with atypical moles (atypical moles are, for example, asymmetrical moles with a diameter greater than 5 mm, with varying pigmentation
and irregular edges)
–
Seek medical advice if in doubt!
5.1.2
Vibra Shape (vibration plate)
Not applicable for this device.
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What you must do to avoid serious harm
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What you must do to avoid serious harm
6.1
General
DANGER – HIGH VOLTAGE!
You can be killed or injured by an electric shock!
Assembly and electrical connection must comply with national and local regulations.
– The device may only be assembled, installed, upgraded
or repaired by authorized, trained and qualified staff.
WARNING
Risk of electric shock!
– To avoid risk of electric shock, this equipment must only
be connected to a mains supply with protective earthing.
The electrical installation must have a freely accessible, all-pole disconnecting
device (Master switch with clearly labelled On/Off settings, e.g. '0' and 'I' or
additional indicator light) fitted externally on the site side.
DANGER – HIGH VOLTAGE!
You can be killed or injured by an electric shock or injured by overexposure!
Skin damage and sunburn possible
Danger of overheating by obstruction of the air routing.
– No modification of this equipment is allowed.
6.2
Tanning system
WARNING!
Unprotected tanning may result in eye injury and eye
diseases!
The unprotected eye can become inflamed on the surface,
and in certain cases the retina can be damaged by excessive radiation. Cataracts can form after repeated exposure
to radiation.
– Inform users to use the included protective goggles
that block UV.
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WARNING!
Danger of ultraviolet radiation.
Ultraviolet radiation - follow instructions.
Failure to use protective eyewear may result in severe burns
or other eye injury - if discomfort develops, discontinue use
and consult a physician.
– As with natural sunlight, overexposure can cause eye
injury and sunburn;
– Repeated exposure may cause premature aging of the
skin and skin cancer;
– Medications or cosmetics applied to the skin, may increase sensitivity to ultraviolet light;
– A person who does not tan in the sun most likely will not
tan from the use of this device;
– A person having a history of skin problems should consult a physician before use;
– Overexposure should be avoided; and
– Children, the elderly, or fair skinned people who always
burn easily and either never tan or tan minimally should
not use this equipment.
– The appliance is not allowed to be used by more than
one person at the same time.
WARNING!
Danger of long-term consequences!
Exposure to ultraviolet radiation may increase the likelihood
of developing skin cancer and cause serious eye injury. You
do not need to become tan to make Vitamin D.
– Overexposure should be avoided.
– Children may not use this device.
–
Seek medical advice if in doubt!
6.3
Sensor
Not applicable for this device.
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What you must do to avoid other harm
7
What you must do to avoid other harm
7.1
General
WARNING!
Infections can be transferred through skin contact.
All items/equipment components, with which the user can
come into contact during tanning, must be cleaned and
disinfected after every tanning session:
– Protective goggles
– Acrylic panel
– Handles and control panel
– MP3 cable
– Adjustable air nozzles
– Use only EPA registered quaternary ammonium germicidal based detergent solution (follow product label for
use-dilution), such as Lucasol One Step, to clean and
disinfect the tanning system and its components.
7.2
Tanning system
WARNING!
Danger of long-term consequences!
– Overexposure should be avoided.
– The elderly should not use this equipment.
– Children may not use this device.
– While there is no immediate clinical evidence of UVA
exposure and its effects upon expectant mothers, it is
strongly advised that expectant mothers be discouraged
from using the tanning unit.
7.3
Sensor
Not applicable for this device.
7.4
Vibra Shape (vibration plate)
Not applicable for this device.
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7.5
Foreseeable misuse
The following uses of the device are explicitly prohibited:
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Only one person at a time may use the device.
People with body weight of more than 330 lb (150 kg) may not use the
device.
Exceeding the specified tanning times may result in burns and long-term
skin damage.
When the device is in use no other people may remain in the room. This
includes both children and adults.
7.6
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Obligations of the studio operator
As the studio operator you are responsible for informing users on possible risks of tanning.
All danger and safety labels attached to the device must be observed! Do
not remove them!
No safety equipment (e.g. panel switch) may be removed, deactivated, or
otherwise bypassed as it can impair the safe operation of the device!
The device may only be used when in completely operational condition!
It is the studio operator's responsibility to ensure the tanning system is
handled properly.
7.7
Staff training
As studio operator you are obligated to train your personnel and instruct them
in the established legal and accident prevention regulations. Ensure that your
staff have understood and observe these instructions. This includes:
 information regarding intended use and foreseeable misuse
 safety instructions
 operating instructions
 cleaning/disinfection and maintenance instructions
– Please make the instructions and additional information from the manufacturer available to the staff at their workplace.
– Regularly check your staff's safety consciousness and awareness of the
risks, taking into account your operating instructions.
– Please ensure that the cleaning/disinfection intervals are complied with,
in particular cleaning and disinfection after every use.
– Please ensure that your staff provide your customers with appropriate
advice, in particular regarding tanning times, possible risks and the operation of the device.
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Risks of using this device
8
Risks of using this device
WARNING!
Danger through ultraviolet radiation!
Danger of skin and eye injuries or skin diseases!

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This sunlamp product must not be used on individuals who have had skin
cancer or have a family history of skin cancer.
Persons repeatedly exposed to ultraviolet sunlamp products must be
evaluated for skin cancer regularly.
This sunlamp product must not be used by people among whose closest
relatives a melanoma has occurred.
Contraindications! The following people must not use this system:
 People under 18 years of age
 People with skin lesions or open wounds
 People with acute sunburn
 People who repeatedly suffered from serious sunburn during childhood
 People with naturally red hair and pale skin
 People with atypically discolored patches of skin
 People who have or have had skin cancer
 People who are being medically treated for photosensitivity
 People taking photosensitivity causing medicine
 People with freckles and people who tend to develop freckles
 People with more than 16 moles on their body (2 mm diameter or larger)
 People with atypical moles (atypical moles are, for example, asymmetrical moles with a diameter greater than 5 mm, with varying pigmentation
and irregular edges)
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Benefits of using this device
This device serves the purpose of cosmetic tanning for one adult person with
skin suitable for tanning.
Different tanning results can be achieved in varying strength tanning devices.
This is due to the different strength UV lamps and the different UV-A and UVB proportions of the UV radiation. The UV-A proportion primarily generates a
superficial tan, which appears rapidly and is intensive but also fades more
rapidly, the UV-B radiation is primarily responsible for more long-term tanning
results.
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How to decide to use this device
10
How to decide to use this device
This device is intended only for commercial use and not for private use.
Some people are not permitted to use the device, see chapter 5.
The device may not be used by people with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities or who have insufficient experience and/or knowledge
without supervision. A person responsible for their safety must ensure, either
by supervision or instruction, that the device is used correctly and safely. If
there is any doubt, use of the device by such categories of persons is to be
forbidden!
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11
What to do before the treatment
Please check for any conditions that may prohibit the use of this device – see
chapters 5, 6, 8, 10.
Make-up in the tanning device
Please do not wear make-up. Clean skin absorbs UV light better.
A wide variety of materials is found in cosmetics. Whether these are emulsifiers, greases, or fragrances - in conjunction with UV radiation, these can
cause skin allergy reactions.
Remove all make-up. This is essential. Make-up clogs the pores in the face.
The UV light from a tanning device re-opens these clogged pores so that not
only does the light penetrate the skin, but also the allergenic components of
the make-up.
A further negative consequence of make-up is that the appearance of the skin
deteriorates irreversibly over a period of time. However good make-up looks in conjunction with UV light, it causes more harm than good. Therefore remove all make-up before a session in your tanning device - it will be much
better applied afterwards.
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Remove all jewelry (including piercings) prior to the application.
Remove cosmetics before using the device and do not use sun screen
products.
Are medications and the tanning device compatible?
It is known that some medications increase the skin's sensitivity to UV light.
This probability is particularly high with antibiotics, sulphonamides, psychiatric
drugs, tranquillizers, anti-diabetes treatments and diuretics. Sun creams
which contain psorale or kumarin also increase skin sensitivity. If you are in
any doubt, first ask your doctor - then you can enjoy the sun at no risk.
Contact lenses in the tanning device?
The answer is: Yes! Like any other tanning device user, contact lens wearers
should also wear special protective goggles which protect the eyes against
UV radiation. To guarantee better protection, wearers of glasses and contact
lenses can ask their optician for exchange contact lenses with UV protection.
This will benefit tanning device users not only in the open air, but on the tanning device itself. You can wear these contact lenses on the tanning device
without any restrictions. For more information, ask your optician or optometrist.
Showering after leaving the tanning device?
The browning is in the skin, not on it. Therefore you cannot wash it off. Treat
your skin to a moisturizing cream after showering.
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How to use this device
12
How to use this device
12.1
How to set this device up
After commissioning and cleaning/disinfection, the device is ready for operation.
12.2
How to make sure the device works
Before using the device, check for damage to filter panels and acrylic panels.
12.3
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How to use it to treat your condition
No other persons are permitted in the vicinity of the cabin when using the
device, this especially applies to children.
UV light can cause irreversible skin or eye damage. The unprotected eye
can become inflamed on the surface, and in certain cases the retina can
be damaged by excessive radiation. Cataracts can form after numerous
repeated tanning sessions. Use the UV-impermeable protective goggles provided (order no. 84592-..). Contact lenses and sun glasses are
no substitutes for protective glasses.
Always comply with the recommended application times.
12.4
How to choose
correct treatment regimen
12.4.1
Skin types
Skin type I (Sensitive):
Invariably gets sunburn, accepts little natural sunlight and does not tan.
Skin type II (Fair):
Gets sunburn easily and severely, tans minimally or lightly and peels.
Skin type III (Average):
Often referred to as “Average” complexion, gets moderate sunburns and tans
about average.
Skin type IV (Brown):
Seldom gets sunburns, tans easily and above average with each exposure.
Skin type V (Dark Brown):
This individual’s system rarely gets sunburns, tans easily and substantially.
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12.4.2
Tanning times
NOTE:
The tanning times given in the table must not be exceeded!
The sticker is mounted on the canopy head end.
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12.5
How to operate the device
12.5.1
Control Center
Not applicable for this device.
12.5.2
User settings overview
Not applicable for this device.
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12.6
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
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START/STOP button
Display – Functions ...
Music pictogram
Body cooling/facial cooling pictogram
Facial tanner indicator
Minus button
Left navigation arrow button
Plus button
Right navigation arrow button
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How to use this device
12.6.1
Navigation
The device is operated with the navigation ring.
Switch on UV lamps:

Tip the button once.
Switch off UV lamps/pause tanning:

Hold the button.
Select device function (go to pictogram)
e.g. MUSIC
Select sub-function (if available)
Change setting
The diodes of the available functions and the navigation ring are illuminated in
default mode after starting up the tanning device. After selecting a function,
the respective diodes and the navigation ring flash for a few seconds. Settings
can be changed during this time.
NOTE:
If no button is pressed within 8 seconds, the settings return to
default mode.
12.6.2
Function
Button sequence
Description
Description
Information
1.
UV lamps
START/STOP
If the UV lamps are switched off
Switch the UV lamps on / off during during tanning, the tanning time
tanning
continues to run.
3.
Music
Internal:
Only available as options for
Control volume,
Stereo-Sound and StereoLevels 0-14
Sound PLUS.
External: MP3 player or smartphone
4.
Body cooling/
Facial cooling
Control cooling, Levels 1-5
Switch off cooling
Switch on cooling
5.
Facial tanner
Switch off facial tanner
Switch on facial tanner
12.7
1 minute until maximum power.
Operating display of the sensor
Not applicable for this device.
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The air nozzles for
the facial cooling can be adjusted by hand.
How to use this device
12.8
Selection of the application
Not applicable for this device.
12.9
Sun Select
setting with the outer interface
Not applicable for this device.
12.10
Measurement (automatic mode)
Not applicable for this device.
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12.11
Connections
MP3 player and smartphone
WARNING!
Danger of hearing damage!
Using earphones or headphones at high volume can result
in permanent hearing damage.
– Do not set the volume too high.
The user can connect their own private MP3 player or smartphone to the
device.
1. Jack plug (JK Part # 4630911001-..) provided for use by the studio operator (2 x 3.5 mm stereo jack plug).
2. MP3 player or smartphone connection: see the documentation from the
manufacturer of the MP3 player or smartphone.
Connecting:
– Insert the MP3 cable (stereo jack plug) in the audio system.
– Plug the MP3 cable into the MP3 player or smartphone.
– Select the music title and then start.
– Where necessary, set the volume level on the MP3 player or smartphone
so that the sound signal from the MP3 player or smartphone is recognized by the audio system.
CAUTION!
The heat might damage your MP3 player or smartphone!
– Do not place the unit directly in the radiation area.
The cable might tear, the connectors might be damaged.
– Do not pull on the cable when unplugging the MP3
player or smartphone.
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NOTE:
The personal use of an MP3 player during tanning is not a
public broadcast in copyright terms, so that there is no obligation for registration or payment by the studio owner to the
corresponding copyright owning company. Copy right laws
apply to the owner of the MP3 player.
The same regulations apply for the official use of MP3 music
files as for other music sources: As studio owner you are only
allowed to use original audio obtained from legal sources.
Proof of the legitimacy of any MP3 audio used should be
available for viewing upon demand of any regulatory body.
Please refer to http://www.riaa.com for more information.
12.12
How to use
NOTE:
Before use the device must always be cleaned and disinfected! See chapter 12.15 'How to clean/disinfect'.
12.12.1
How to start
The device is started automatically with an internal or external timer.
NOTE:
See separate document 'Timer Control Module' #1008370-..
in the Technical Documentation folder.
Preparation time
Before the UV lamps turn on, you have a few minutes to prepare yourself.
During the preparation time you can switch on the UV lamps at any time by
pressing the START/STOP button.
–
–
–
Remove your clothes and all jewelry.
Remove make-up and other cosmetics.
Remove glasses. Contact lenses can be worn under the protective goggles.
– Put on the protective goggles.
– Lie down on the bed surface.
– Close the canopy.
– Press the START/STOP button.
Settings on start-up:
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Facial tanner
Body cooling
Face cooling
Audio system
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How to use this device
12.12.2
Application tips
When describing the operation, the tanning device is often shown with the
canopy open. During tanning the canopy must always be closed.
Proper operation is not possible with the canopy open.
–
Lie down and place your head on the headrest or as indicated by the
ergonomic base panel to maintain the proper distance between skin and
lamps.
12.12.3
How to stop
The tanning session ends automatically after the preset time has run down.
The internal body cooling fan continues to run for approx. three (3) minutes to
sufficiently cool the device.
–
–
To interrupt a tanning session, press and hold button START/STOP anytime during a session.
Press START/STOP again to restart the lamps.
12.13
What to do after the treatment
12.13.1
Cleaning and disinfection
WARNING!
Infections can be transferred through skin contact.
All items/equipment components, with which the user can
come into contact during tanning, must be cleaned and
disinfected after every tanning session:
– Protective goggles
– Acrylic panel
– Handles and control panel
– MP3 cable
– Adjustable air nozzles
– Use only EPA registered quaternary ammonium germicidal based detergent solution (follow product label for
use-dilution), such as Lucasol One Step, to clean and
disinfect the tanning system and its components.
NOTE:
For thorough cleaning and disinfection, the product must be
allowed to remain in contact with the surface being cleaned
and disinfected for a specified amount of time.This specified
amount of time depends on the cleaner/disinfectant which is
used. Follow the directions for use of the cleaner/disinfectant.
After this specified application time remove remaining cleaner/disinfectant from the surfaces of the device. Use a singlepass paper towel.
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12.14
Safety instructions for cleaning/
disinfection and maintenance
DANGER – HIGH VOLTAGE!
You can be killed or injured by an electric shock!
During maintenance and service work there is a risk of
touching live parts and receiving a fatal electric shock.
– The device must not be in use.
– Disconnect device from power supply before opening.
– Do not reach behind covers and do not open the device
with the device switched on.
– Refit any safety devices (e.g. switches) after the work
has been completed.
If work is to be performed on the devices, they must be deenergized. That
means that all live cables must be switched off.
Switching off the device alone is insufficient, as certain points may remain
energized. Therefore, switch off fuses before performing any work and – if
possible – remove them.
Accidental reactivation can result in serious accidents. Immediately after
deenergizing, secure all switches or fuses used for deenergizing against being switched on again.
–
Lock the fuse box with a padlock.
In case of circuit breakers which cannot be unscrewed, a strip of adhesive
tape may be applied over the actuation lever (1 + 2) with the wording 'Do not
switch, danger!'.
A prohibition sign with the text:
'Work in progress!'
'Place: ..............................'
'Sign may only be removed by: ............'
must always be securely mounted immediately.
It is imperative that you, the owner and/or studio operator, check all components for any signs of wear which may occur through normal use.
–
–
Observe the cleaning/disinfection and maintenance schedule specified in
the tables in Chapter 12.15.2 and 12.16.2.
Only replace UV low-pressure lamps with the original type or compatible
lamps.
Should you require any assistance or need additional information, please call
Global Service USA at 800 445 0624, Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. - 7:00
p.m. CT, Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
NOTE:
The service of the device may only be carried out by authorized, trained and qualified staff.
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WARNING!
Injuries and damage due to improper maintenance!
If the maintenance intervals for the UV lamps are exceeded
or incompatible UV lamps are installed, the share of harmful
UVB radiation may increase. Sunburn and other skin damage may result.
Improper maintenance can cause the device to be damaged
or to become unusable.
– Always comply with the specified maintenance intervals, see chapter 12.16.2 Maintenance plan.
– Follow the cleaning/disinfection instructions.
Danger of burns from hot lamps and device parts!
If the tanning device was operated before being switched off
and opened, lamps and housing parts may be hot.
– Before replacing lamps or other spare parts, wait until
lamps and metal parts of the device have cooled down
sufficiently.
Danger of squeezing!
When opening and closing the panels and acrylics, you can
squeeze your fingers.
Maintenance and care play a major role in deciding the devices performance
and appearance over its useful life. Diligent compliance at the specified intervals is absolutely necessary to ensure the proper operation of your device.
The current operating hours of the parts requiring maintenance can be displayed in the Presetting mode – see separate instructions 'Presettings'
#1011803-.. in the Technical Documentation folder.
Please note that the device must be inspected regularly by a JK authorized
representative every 12 months (from date of installation) to maintain its
proper condition!
Acrylic panel
NOTICE
Cosmetics may cause cracks to form on the surface!
Over the long-term cosmetics or sunscreens cause damage (e.g. crack formation on the surface).
– Ensure that cosmetics and sunscreens are removed before tanning.
The acrylic panels for the tanning devices are produced of acrylic glass developed especially for this application. The acrylics used feature a particularly
high UV permeability and resistance, as well as an easy-care, hygienic surface that is gentle on the skin.
The acrylic panels are formed to device-specific shapes in a technically complex production process. Despite state-of-the-art production know-how, the
presence of minor spots, air bubbles or streaks in the acrylic panels is unavoidable. In addition, hairline cracks can occur on the acrylic panel during
operation.
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These occurrences are material-related and are unavoidable in processing.
However, they have no significant effect on use and are therefore not accepted as defects.
Over the course of time the acrylic panel will become discolored as a result of
usage and must be replaced by customer-service personnel on a regular
basis.
The optional partition (only for devices with an air conditioning unit) works as
a UV filter and must be replaced by customer-service personnel on a regular
basis.
12.15
How to clean/disinfect
WARNING!
Infections can be transferred through skin contact.
All items/equipment components, with which the user can
come into contact during tanning, must be cleaned and
disinfected after every tanning session:
– Protective goggles
– Acrylic panel
– Handles and control panel
– MP3 cable
– Adjustable air nozzles
– Use only EPA registered quaternary ammonium germicidal based detergent solution (follow product label for
use-dilution), such as Lucasol One Step, to clean and
disinfect the tanning system and its components.
NOTE:
For thorough cleaning and disinfection, the product must be
allowed to remain in contact with the surface being cleaned
and disinfected for a specified amount of time.
This specified amount of time depends on the cleaner/disinfectant which is used. Follow the directions for use of
the cleaner/disinfectant.
After this specified application time remove remaining cleaner/disinfectant from the surfaces of the device. Use a singlepass paper towel.
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12.15.1
Cleaning and disinfection of surfaces
Acrylic panel
NOTICE
Do not rub with a dry cloth – danger of scratching!
– Other cleaning agents, especially concentrated disinfectants or solvents
(e.g. Lysoform, ethyl alcohol or other liquids containing alcohol) must never be used for cleaning. Failure to observe this voids all warranty
claims.
Acrylic panel (7) referenced in section 12.15.2 'Cleaning/
disinfection plan'!
This panel is not in direct contact with the user, however it can become soiled
if the user inadvertently touches it. If such panels are left soiled for an extended period of time, the heat and light from the tanning lamps may cause the
soiled areas to become permanently stained. Therefore we recommend frequently inspecting and cleaning these panels when necessary, to ensure the
serviceable life of the acrylic.
– Remove fingerprints and other soiling carefully.
Plastic surfaces
For cleaning the remaining painted and unpainted plastic surfaces, it is best to
simply use warm water and commercially available soft chamois leather.
Never use aggressive cleaning agents containing alcohol or essential oils.
These may lead, in the long run, to damages not covered by the warranty.
During cleaning a slight discoloration of the leather cloth by the rubber seals
should be expected for production-related reasons.
Prevent damage to the acrylic glass and plastic surfaces.
–
Remove rings, watches, bracelets etc. before starting cleaning work.
Filter panels and lamps
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UV low pressure lamps and filter panels can be cleaned with a damp
cloth (without additional cleaning agents) where necessary.
UV high pressure lamps can be cleaned with ethyl alcohol where necessary.
How to use this device
12.15.2
See page
50 h
Activity
When necessary
Interval
After each
tanning session
Component
Cleaning/disinfection plan
1
Handle
X
Cleaning and disinfection
50
3
Control panel
X
Cleaning and disinfection
50
4
Acrylic panel
X
Cleaning and disinfection
50
5
Adjustable air nozzles
X
Cleaning and disinfection
50
Protective goggles
X
Cleaning and disinfection
50
MP3 cable
X
Cleaning and disinfection
50
6
7–8
2
Air nozzles
X
Clean
50
Surfaces
X
Clean
50
Remove and clean filter
68
Filter
X
NOTE:
If desired, you may set the unit to require that cleaning/
disinfection be confirmed after each tanning session by
pressing the START/STOP button (when the cool-down time
for the main fan has finished).
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12.16
How to maintain
12.16.1
Technical modifications
The device has been constructed in accordance with current safety regulations. The illustrations and specifications on these instructions are subject to
technical modifications which are required in order to improve the device.
Unauthorized modifications and changes to the device and its control unit are
prohibited.
Use only OEM spare parts.
12.16.2
Maintenance plan
NOTE:
The service of the device may only be carried out by authorized, trained and qualified staff.
NOTICE
Only use OEM spare parts of the same type! The use of other parts will
void the manufacturer's warranty!
Any liability is excluded in case of damage or injury proven to be the result of
the use of non-genuine spare parts.
The following maintenance activities shall be performed by the studio operator.
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Maintenance performed by the studio operator
Activity
See
page
1000 h
800 h
Interval
500 h
Component
1
UV high pressure lamps
X
Replace
66
2
UV low pressure lamps, base
X
Replace
64
3
UV low pressure lamps, canopy
X
Replace
66
5
UV low pressure lamps, face tanner
Replace
66
2
Starter UV low pressure lamps, base
X Replace
64
3
Starter, UV low pressure lamps, canopy
X Replace
66
4
Starter, interior lighting
X Replace
67
5
Starter, UV low pressure lamps, face tanner
X Replace
66
6
Starter, accent lighting, canopy
X Replace
68
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Maintenance performed by authorized, trained and qualified staff
In addition to the maintenance plan on page 52, the following items should be
checked to ensure safe operation and use of your tanning system.
1
Springs
Inspect and replace as necessary
X
X
Inspect and replace as necessary
Bolts and fasteners of the canopy
lift mechanism
X
Inspect and replace as necessary
X
Bolts and fasteners of the
base/tank hinge/lift mechanism
X
Bolts and fasteners of the
base/tank hinge/lift mechanism
4
Cylinders
X
Replace
Inspect and replace as necessary
X
Chassis and associated fasteners
Replace
Inspect and replace as necessary
X
Cylinders
5
Replace
Bolts and fasteners of the canopy
hinge mechanism
Bolts and fasteners of the canopy
hinge/lift mechanism
3
10000 h /
10 years
X
Springs
2
5000 h /
5 years
2000 h /
1 year
Activity
500 h /
6 months
Component
X
Replace
Inspect and replace as necessary
Chassis and associated fasteners
X
Replace
6
Wiring and associated plugs /
terminal connections
X
Inspect and replace as necessary
7
Acrylic panels2
X
Inspect and replace as necessary
Acrylic panels2
9
X
High pressure filter glass
X
High pressure filter glass
10 High pressure lamp holder
High pressure lamp holder
Replace
Inspect and replace as necessary
X
Replace
X
Inspect and replace as necessary
X
Replace
11 Electrolytic capacitors
X
Replace
12 Conductors
X
Replace
1Interval
must be repeated after each inspection or replacement
(i.e. 1st: 3 months, 2nd: 6 months, 3rd: 9 months, etc.)
2The schedule for acrylic replacement listed refers only to the condition of
the acrylic relating to safety and does not address the efficacy
of UV transmission.
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NOTE:
If the device is in service for longer than 10 years, it must be
completely overhauled by a trained service technician.
12.16.3
Cleaning and
maintenance work preparation
Service kit
1. Allen key
2. Suction cup for filter panels, acrylic panel and canopy panel
3. Scratch prevention for the entry area (support cushion for the canopy)
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The service kit is fitted to the rear wall of the device.
–
Remove service kit from support.
–
Remove Allen key and suction cup.
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Use the cushion as scratch prevention when opening the canopy panel.
Removing the acrylic panel
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–
Remove the screws and remove the washers.
–
Push the bed to the rear with one hand and pull it out of the front guide
with the suction cup.
–
Remove the acrylic glass panel and carefully lay it aside.
How to use this device
The assembly is the same process in reverse order.
WARNING!
Crushing hazard due to improper maintenance!
If the acrylic panel is mounted backwards, there will be a
gap between front panel and acrylic panel.
- Always replace the acrylic panel as shown: The
imprint on the panel must be next to the foot end at
the rear side of the device.
When assembling the device please note:
– Carefully lay the acrylic glass panel in the guide.
– Remove fingerprints and other soiling carefully.
Removing the canopy panel
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Remove the screws. First remove the outside screws and then remove
the screws in the middle.
–
Push the canopy panel to the rear with one hand and pull it out of the
front guide with the suction cup.
–
Carefully lay the panel aside on a scratch protection.
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How to use this device
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Remove the canopy panel with the aid of a helper.
The assembly is the same process in reverse order.
When assembling the device please note:
– Use the scratch protection.
– Carefully lay the canopy panel in the guide.
– Remove fingerprints and other soiling carefully.
Remove the side section panel
Not applicable for this device.
Removing the front panel
–
–
Remove the acrylic glass panel: see page56.
If necessary, remove the screws from the inside.
–
Carefully lift the upper edge of the front panel out of the holder (pull upwards).
Lift the front panel in order to lift it out of the two lower hooks.
Then remove the front panel to the front and lay it aside.
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How to use this device
The assembly is the same process in reverse order.
WARNINIG!
Crushing hazard when inserting the front panel!
Fingers can be jammed when pressing in the front panel.
– Do not hold fingers between the front panel and the
device when pressing.
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How to use this device
12.16.4
Instructions for replacing the lamps
WARNING!
Danger of burns from hot lamps and device parts!
If the tanning device was operated before being switched off
and opened, lamps and housing parts may be hot.
– Before replacing lamps or other spare parts, wait
until lamps and metal parts of the device have
cooled down sufficiently.
The UV effect of the lamps and thus the tanning effect decreases over the
course of time. Therefore, the replacement intervals specified in the maintenance plan must be adhered to.
UV filters are used in order to control the UV radiation, e.g. the filter panels in
the facial tanner. However, the filter effect decreases over the course of time.
You must adhere to the replacement intervals specified in the maintenance
plan.
NOTE:
Small quantities of mercury can escape if the bulb/lamp glass
breaks!
Please comply with the following instructions:
 Immediately disconnect the device from the mains power.
 Children must leave the room immediately.
 Ventilate the room for at least 15 minutes.
 Put on disposable gloves.
 With the window open: Collect the glass shards and
escaped mercury in a sealable container.
 Take the container to a collection site for waste lamps.
Changing the chip card
Not applicable for this device.
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Low pressure lamps
WARNING!
Danger of burns from hot lamps and device parts!
If the tanning device was operated before being switched off
and opened, lamps and housing parts may be hot.
– Before replacing lamps or other spare parts, wait
until lamps and metal parts of the device have
cooled down sufficiently.
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
Replace faulty UV low pressure lamps immediately.
Always replace the entire set of lamps after the specified operating time.
–
Turn 90° and carefully remove from the socket.
–
UV low pressure lamps possess a reflector which directs the light outwards. The lamps must be mounted in such a way that the rear side of
the reflector is located on the device side.
–
Push the pins vertically into the socket from above.
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How to use this device
–
Turn the lamp 90°.
The lettering must be oriented towards the outside (i.e. towards the tanning room or towards the user).
Makrolon tubes
Not applicable for this device.
Starter
Replace faulty starters immediately.

You can recognize a faulty starter by the blackened ends of the lamps or
when the lamps can no longer be started.
Operating a lamp with a faulty starter significantly shortens its service life. The
lamp loses power and may begin to flicker under certain circumstances.
The starters are located in either one of the two lamp sockets or are visible
when the lamps are removed.
–
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How to use this device
High pressure lamps and filter panels
WARNING!
Danger of burns from hot lamps and device parts!
If the tanning device was operated before being switched off
and opened, lamps and housing parts may be hot.
– Before replacing lamps or other spare parts, wait until
lamps and metal parts of the device have cooled down
sufficiently.
UV high pressure lamps are used in facial tanners.
WARNING!
Fire hazard due to overheated lamps!
Non-approved high pressure lamps can explode. Hot lamp
components can set other parts on fire. People can be killed
or severely injured due to smoke inhalation and fire.
– Only fit the high pressure lamps specified by the manufacturer.
– Clean the inside of the device regularly. Dust particles
are flammable!
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Release the clamping holder.
Lift the filter panel, pull it out of the guide and remove it.
–
–
Unplug the UV lamps.
Clean the reflector.
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How to use this device
–
Only utilize original UV lamps.
–
Only touch new lamps in the handling zone.
–
Test the safety switch to ensure that it works.
The safety switch ensures that the device switches off in the event of a
faulty filter panel or when a filter panel is missing.
Press the button.
If the button springs back automatically then it is functional.
Replace the filter panel.
–
–
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Cleaning and disinfection of the sensor
Not applicable for this device.
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Cleaning or replacing UV lamps in the base
Remove the acrylic glass panel: see page 55.
How to use this device
–
Remove the lamp coverings at the head and foot ends.
Replace the lamps: see page 60.
Replace the starter: see page 62.
–
Remove the partition and carefully set aside (only for devices with an air
conditioning unit).
The assembly is the same process in reverse order.
When assembling the device please note:
– When positioning the lamp covering push the pins into the opening.
WARNING!
Crushing hazard due to improper maintenance!
If the acrylic panel is mounted backwards, there will be a
gap between front panel and acrylic panel.
- Always replace the acrylic panel as shown: The
imprint on the panel must be next to the foot end at
the rear side of the device.
–
Carefully lay the acrylic glass panel in the guide.
12.16.7
Cleaning or replacing the
UV lamps in the side section
Not applicable for this device.
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How to use this device
12.16.8
Cleaning or replacing UV lamps and filter
panels in the canopy
–
Remove the canopy panel: see page 57.
–
Remove the 2 lamp covers.
Replacing lamps:
UV low pressure lamps: see page 61.
UV high pressure lamps and filter panels: see page 63.
Replace the starter: see page 62.
The assembly is the same process in reverse order.
When assembling the device please note:
– When replacing the lamp covers ensure that the clips are in contact with
the magnets.
–
–
Use scratch protection.
Carefully lay the canopy panel in the guide.
12.16.9
Cleaning or replacing the UV lamps and
filter panels in the shoulder tanner
Not applicable for this device.
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Cleaning or replacing the interior lights
–
Remove the canopy panel: see page 57.
–
Remove the lamp cover at the foot end.
–
Remove the cap for the interior lighting: Remove 1 screw.
Replace the lamps: see page 60.
Replace the starter: see page 62.
The assembly is the same process in reverse order.
When assembling the device please note:
– When replacing the lamp covers ensure that the clips are in contact with
the magnets.
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How to use this device
–
–
Use scratch protection.
Carefully lay the canopy panel in the guide.
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–
Cleaning or replacing the canopy accent
lighting
Remove the screws.
Replace the lamp: see page 60.
Replace the starter: see page 62.
The assembly is the same process in reverse order.
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Cleaning or replacing
the front panel accent lighting
Not applicable for this device.
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Cleaning the filters in the base
Remove the front panel: see page 58.
Pull out the two outside filters to the front. Remove the middle filter upwards.
How to use this device
–
Clean the filter moist or dry:
Dry cleaning: Vacuum cleaner (depending on the degree of soiling)
Moist cleaning: Water and detergent, or with a dishwasher.
NOTICE
The device may be damaged by moisture!
The cleaned filters must be dry before they are replaced.
–
Replace the cleaned and dried filters. The two outer filters clip into place
with an audible click.
–
Replace the front panel.
WARNINIG!
Crushing hazard when inserting the front panel!
Fingers can be jammed when pressing in the front panel.
– Do not hold fingers between the front panel and the
device when pressing.
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Cleaning the canopy filter mats
Not applicable for this device.
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Cleaning the filter mats in shoulder tanner
Not applicable for this device.
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How to use this device
12.16.16
Air conditioning: Empty the condensation
tank and clean the filter
Not applicable for this device.
12.16.17
AQUA / AROMA SYSTEM maintenance
Not applicable for this device.
12.17
How to store the device
12.17.1
Decommissioning
The device must be disconnected from the power supply in order to temporarily or permanently decommission it.
You must abide by the legal disposal requirements when permanently decommissioning the device.
12.17.2
Storage
Store the devices in a dry, frost-free location with a stable temperature. Once
the device has cooled off, pack it in plastic wrapping to protect it against
scratches.

Storage temperature: Between 5 °F (-15 °C) and 140 °F (+60 °C)
12.17.3
Disposal
Environmental regulations –
disposal of lamps and batteries
UV lamps contain fluorescent materials and other waste containing mercury.
Batteries contain heavy metal compounds.
Dispose of UV lamps and batteries according to the national waste disposal
laws and in accordance with the municipal waste regulations.
Packaging
All packaging consists of 100 % recyclable materials.
Disposal of old devices
The device has been manufactured using recyclable materials. The JK Corporate Group will provide you with information on the content or potential hazards of the materials used.
Disposal of consumable supplies
Dispose of AQUA SYSTEM and AROMA containers and their contents according to the national waste disposal laws and in accordance with the municipal waste regulations.
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What to do when things go wrong
WARNING!
Follow instructions!
Failure to use protective eyewear may result in severe burns
or other eye injury. If discomfort develops, discontinue use
and consult a physician.
– UV devices must not be used without taking medical
advice if unexpected effects, such as itching, occur
within 48 hours of the first session.
– The tanning device must never be used if a filter panel
is missing or damaged, or the timer is defective!
– UV light from the sun or UV systems can cause injuries
to the skin or eyes. This biological effect is dependent
on the sensitivity of the individual's skin and on the type
and amount of UV light.
– As with natural sunlight, overexposure can cause eye
and skin injury, sunburn, and allergic reactions.
– Medications (taken internally or otherwise) or cosmetics
applied to the skin, may increase sensitivity to ultraviolet light.
– A person having a history of skin problems should consult a physician before use.
–
Seek medical advice if in doubt!
NOTE:
Occasionally, persons using the tanning device will experience a slight reddening of the skin – usually in small patches
– after the second or third session. This redness is often
accompanied by an itching sensation. This may be nothing
more than a very limited heat 'rash' caused by heat from the
lamps within the device. It should go away within approximately 24 hours and should not reappear. This rashing can
be lessened or prevented by applying moisturizer lotion to the
affected area after the tanning session is completed.
 Follow instructions.
 The time between the first two tanning sessions must be
at least 24 hours.
 Increasing tanning also requires an extension of the
exposure time (= radiation time) or after a certain degree
of tanning has been achieved, a further intensification is
not possible. However, the radiation time may not be extended as desired within the scope of the permissible radiation doses! Therefore, only a certain degree of final
tanning dependent on the skin type can be achieved
without endangering your health.
 Inform users about proper tanning.
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What to do when things go wrong
13.1
Troubleshooting
Software and device malfunctions are indicated by error codes, e.g. E005.
These error codes are output to the display to simplify troubleshooting:
 If a fault occurs, the error code flashes on the display.
 If several errors occur, the error messages are displayed alternately.
 Error elimination is acknowledged by pressing the START/STOP button.
 If the error cannot be cleared, contact Customer Service (see page 2) or
your local service provider
More detailed information regarding the error description and solutions is
available in the document 'Error Codes' #1011831-.., which you find in the
Technical Documentation folder.
For authorized, trained and qualified staff:
For further technical description, please contact Custer Service (see page 2).
WARNING!
Danger of skin injuries and skin diseases.
– The tanning device must never be used if a filter panel
is missing or damaged, or the timer is defective!
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Where you can find out more
If you have any questions, please contact Customer Service (see page 2).
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How we studied this device
15
How we studied this device
The system is built to the state of the art and the applicable safety regulations.
We reserve the right to make technical changes which are necessary to improve the system or a system component even if they deviate from pictures
and information in these instructions.
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Appendix
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Appendix
16.1
Model-No.: JK 103 / 40-3:
EMC information
16.1.1
Table 201: Guidelines and manufacturer's
declaration – Electromagnetic emissions
The tanning system has been designed for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The device operator must ensure that it is used in
such an environment.
Emission measurements
Conformity
Electromagnetic environment – Guidelines
HF emissions as per CISPR 11
Group 1
Model-No.: JK 103 / 40-3 uses HF power solely for internal functions. Therefore the HF emissions are very
low and it is highly unlikely that it will cause any interference to adjacent electronic equipment.
HF emissions as per CISPR 11
Class B
Model-No.: JK 103 / 40-3 has been designed for use in
all devices, including those in residential areas, and it
has been determined that it can be used for residential
purposes as soon as it is connected up to a public
mains supply that also supplies buildings.
Harmonics
IEC 61000-3-2
Class A
Voltage fluctuations / Flicker
IEC 61000-3-11
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The obligations listed in Sub-section 6.2.2 of EN 610003-11:2000 must be taken into consideration. In particular, the 0.14 ohm line impedance must be guaranteed
for pulse massaging.
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Appendix
16.1.2
Table 202: Guidelines and manufacturer's
declaration – Electromagnetic interference
The tanning system has been designed for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The device operator must ensure that it is used in
such an environment.
Interference immunity tests
IEC 60601 - Test level
Defined level
Discharging static electricity
(ESD)
IEC 61000-4-2
±6 kV contact discharge
±8 kV air discharge
±6 kV contact discharge
±8 kV air discharge
–
Fast transient electrical noise /
bursts
IEC 61000-4-4
±2 kV for mains supplies
±2 kV for mains supplies
–
Surges
61000-4-5
±1 kV series mode voltage
±2 kV common mode voltage
±1 kV series mode voltage
±2 kV common mode voltage
–
Magnetic field radiated by supply 3 A/m
frequency (50/60 Hz)
IEC 61000-4-8
3 A/m
–
Voltage drops,
Short interruptions
and supply voltage
fluctuations
IEC 61000-4-11
<5% UT (>95% drop in UT)
for 0.5 periods
40% UT (60% drop in UT)
for 5 periods
70% UT (30% drop in UT)
for 25 periods
<5% UT (>95% drop in UT)
for 5 s
–
<5% UT (>95% drop in UT)
for 0.5 periods
40% UT (60% drop in UT)
for 5 periods
70% UT (30% drop in UT)
for 25 periods
<5% UT (>95% drop in UT)
for 5 s
Electromagnetic
environment –
Guidelines
Note: UT is the mains alternating voltage used for the test levels.
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16.1.3
Table 204: Guidelines and manufacturer's
declaration – Electromagnetic interference
The tanning system has been designed for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The device operator must ensure that it is used in
such an environment.
Interference
immunity tests
IEC 60601 Test level
Defined level
Electromagnetic environment – Guidelines
Portable and mobile radios are not to be used at shorter
distances to the Model-No.: JK 103 / 40-3 and its cables
other than the recommended safe distance, which has
been calculated according to the transmitting frequency
are made.
Recommended safe distance:
Conducted
HF noise
IEC 61000-4-6
Radiated
HF noise
IEC 61000-4-3
3 Vrms
3 Vrms
150 kHz to 80 MHz
3 V/m
3 V/m
80 MHz to 2.5 GHz
80 MHz to 800 MHz
800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
P is the transmitter's maximum output power (nominal
rating) in Watts (W) according to the details provided by
the manufacturer of the transmitter and the recommend
safe distance is given in metres (m).
The field strength of the stationary radio transmitter is for
all frequenciesb in accordance with tests that were carried
out onsitea less than the determined level.
Interference is possible in the immediate surrounding of
equipment that carry the following symbols.
Comment 1: The higher value applies to 80 MHz und 800 MHz.
Comment 2: These guidelines might not apply to all situations. The propagation of electromagnetic waves is affected by absorption and reflexes caused
by buildings, objects and people.
a
b
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The field strength of a stationary transmitter e.g. standard cell phone stations
(mobile / cordless phones) and public mobile radio services, amateur stations,
MW and UHF radio and TV transmitters) cannot be precisely determined for theoretical reasons. It is recommended that an onsite test should be carried out in
order to determine the electromagnetic environment caused by stationary HF
transmitters. If the field strength of the massage device determined at the installation site exceeds the defined HF level listed above then the device must be
monitored with regard to its normal operation. If any abnormal characteristics are
recorded then it will be necessary to introduce additional measures, such as reorientation or converting the device.
The field strength must be less than 3 V/m over the frequency ranges from
150 kHz to 80 MHz.
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Appendix
16.1.4
Table 206: Recommended safe distances
between portable and mobile HF communications equipment and
Model-No.: JK 103 / 40-3
Model-No.: JK 103 / 40-3 has been designed for use in an electromagnetic
environment in which the radiated HF interference is controlled. The operator
of the device can help to reduce electromagnetic interference by maintaining
a safe distance between the portable and mobile HF communication devices
(transmitters) and the device itself as recommended below with regard to the
communication device's maximum output power.
Nominal transmitter power
(W)
Safe distance with regard to the transmitting frequency
(m)
150 kHz to 80 MHz
80 MHz to 800 MHz
800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
0,01
0,12
0,12
0,23
10
3,8
3,8
7,3
1
1,2
1,2
2,3
0,1
0,38
0,38
0,73
100
12
12
23
The recommended safe distance (d) in metres (m) can be determined by
using the equation that applies to the transmitters frequency in the case of
transmitters where their nominal power is not listed above, whereby 'P' is the
nominal transmitter power in Watts (W) according to the details supplied by
the manufacturer of the transmitter.
Comment 1: The higher value applies to 80 MHz und 800 MHz.
Comment 2: The propagation of electromagnetic waves is affected by absorption and reflexes caused by buildings, objects and people.
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JK-Products, Inc. – Limited Warranty
JK-Products, Inc. warrants its products to be free from defects in materials
and workmanship under intended normal use as described in the unit's Operation and Instruction Manual, for a period of one (1) year from date of sale.
This Limited Warranty applies only to the original purchaser of the equipment
through JK-Products, Inc. or its authorized dealer or distributor, and is not
transferable.
Global Service USA obligations under this warranty are limited to repair or
replacement of any defective part without charge for that part to the original
purchaser, with the following exceptions:
A
Fluorescent lamps are warranted against defects for a period of
thirty (30) days from date of sale.
B
Only parts obtained through JK-Products, Inc., its authorized dealers
or distributors may be used. Transportation costs for parts shipped to the
consumer and the return of defective parts to Global Service USA are not
included.
C
Labor will be furnished without charge for ninety (90) days from date
of purchase only. All labor and related charges must be authorized by Global
Service USA prior to start of repairs, and must coincide with Global Service
USA established rates and time allotment policy.
D
Acrylic: Refer to Manufacturer's Acrylic Warranty Policy. It is imperative that the original customer completes and returns the enclosed warranty
card within 10 days after purchase to insure valid registration and coverage
for potential claims.
If the warranty card is not registered, proof of purchase from JK-Products, Inc.
or its authorized dealer or distributor will be required prior to any consideration
on warranty claims. This could result in service delays.
This warranty is extended to the individual or legal entity, whose name appears on the warranty registration card filed with Global Service USA, or
whose name appears on the original sale document and may not be transferred to any other individual or legal entity.
This warranty does not apply to any failure of the product, or any parts of the
product due to alterations, modifications, misuse, abuse, accident, improper
maintenance, improper installation, acts of God or if the serial number on the
product has been removed, altered or defaced. Adequate packaging must be
used for returned goods to prevent freight damage.
There are no warranties which extend beyond the description on the
face hereof. There is no express or implied warranty of fitness of merchantability.
The remedies provided in this limited warranty are the exclusive remedies provided to the purchaser by Global Service USA and are provided
in substitution of all other remedies. Consequential and incidental damages are excluded.
No person, firm or corporation is authorized to obligate JK-Products, Inc. for
any liability in connection with the sale or use of these goods.
JK Products & Services, Inc. makes no guarantees on income, return on
investment, market conditions, performance, etc. with any undertaking using
its products and services. Past performance is not indicative of future results.
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17.1
Limited Acrylic Warranty
JK Products, Inc. warrants its acrylic sheets to be free from defects in material
and workmanship, under intended normal use, for a period of one (1) year
from date of sale of the tanning bed. Due to the tanning lotions, cosmetics,
disinfectant and improper cleaners used on tanning surfaces that cannot be
controlled by JK Products, Inc., after the first thirty (30) days of warranty period acrylic will be subject to a prorated cost to the consumer.
JK Products, Inc. obligations do not include transportation charges on replacement acrylic.
JK Products, Inc. assumes no liability for the cost of removing defective
sheets or installing replacement sheets, or for damage to persons or property.
To make a claim, contact an authorized dealer or distributor of JK-Products,
Inc. or Global Service USA with the model number, the serial number, and the
date of purchase of the bed in which the acrylic will be used.
There are no warranties which extend beyond the description on the
face hereof. There is no express or implied warranty of fitness or merchantability.
The remedies provided in this limited warranty are the exclusive remedies provided to the purchaser by Global Service USA and are provided
in substitution of all other remedies. Consequential and incidental damages are excluded.
JK Products & Services, Inc.
#1 Walter Kratz Drive
Jonesboro, AR 72401
Phone: 800-445-0624 (toll-free)
Fax: 870-935-9046
e-mail: support@jkamerica.com
http://support.jkamerica.com
17.2
Warranty Claims
17.2.1
Policy & Procedures
1. When to file a Warranty Claim:
In the event that your tanning system is not functioning properly under intended normal use as described in the unit's Operation and Instruction Manual,
you may then have established cause to file a Warranty Claim.
NOTE:
Both the tanning system and legal registered owner must
meet the criteria established under JK Products, Inc. Limited
Warranty as described in this manual before any Warranty
Claim will be considered.
2. Where to call to place a Warranty Claim:
JK-Products, Inc. is supported nationwide by an extensive dealer/distributor
network through whom the majority of our units are sold. These dealers/distributors are required by contract to stock sufficient parts to meet the
various warranty and nonwarranty needs of their customers.
Therefore, in order for you to properly file a Warranty Claim, you must locate
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chased your unit. Normally this information can be easily located either on
your paid invoice or other proof of purchase documentation that you received
when taking delivery of the unit.
Next, notify the dealer/distributor of the serial number, model number and
date unit was purchased. This will initiate the Warranty Claim process.
Upon determination of the problem, your dealer/distributor can then supply
you with the part(s) and proper instructions to return your unit to working order.
Each dealer/distributor has their own internal procedure for handling Warranty
Claims and credits.
NOTE:
JK-Products, Inc., the manufacturer, does not involve itself in
the direct handling of a Warranty Claim except where mitigating circumstances apply and where required by law.
NOTE:
If a part returned to Global Service USA proves to be operational and not defective, or if product code numbers on part
do not correspond with individual unit date on file with Global
Service USA, then a 30% restocking fee will be charged in
addition to the retail purchase price of part.
Acknowledgment of the Agreement is not required for acceptance of the foregoing stipulations.
3. You must comply to the instructions and warnings under chapter
4.1 (Intended use),
5.1 (Prohibited usage) and
6. (What you must do to avoid serious harm)
Any other use shall be considered improper. The manufacturer cannot be
held liable for damage or injuries resulting from misuse. The operator bears
the sole risk for this.
The proper use also includes compliance with the manufacturer’s instructions,
operating and maintenance conditions. This device may only be operated,
maintained and repaired by persons familiar with these tasks and who are
aware of the dangers involved.
17.2.2
Labor Warranty Claim/Credit Procedures
Global Service USA furnishes labor without charge for a period of 90 days
from date of purchase. All labor and related charges must be authorized by
Global Service USA prior to start of repairs, and must coincide with Global
Service USA established rates and time allotment policy.
Please contact our Service Department for authorization and billing procedures.
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JK-Products, Inc. – Limited Warranty
17.3
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Global Service USA warrants specific individual components of the tanning
system against defects in materials and workmanship for the life of the product. Coverage is limited to units purchased after November 1, 1994.
This warranty is restricted to the following components only:



Steel Back Panels
Structural Steel Frame Components
Exterior Steel Body.
NOTE:
Components are warranted on an individual basis and not as
they may effect the complete product.
Warranty coverage does not include cos
metic abnormalities such as scratches, nicks, dents, rust, oxidation of paint or
other cosmetic changes that do not interfere with the designed function of the
unit.
This warranty does not include failure of the product due to alteration, modifications, misuse, abuse, improper maintenance, improper installation or repair.
This warranty is not transferable and is only applicable to the original purchaser named on a completed and registered warranty record at JK-Products,
Inc. headquarters.
JK Products, Inc. obligations do not include transportation charged on the
shipping of new components to the customer or on the return of defective
components of the manufacturer. All freight charges must be paid by the
customer.
There are no warranties which extend beyond the description on the face
hereof. There is no express or implied warranty of fitness or merchantability.
The remedies provided in this limited warranty are the exclusive remedies
provided to the purchaser by Global Service USA and are provided in substitution of all other remedies. Consequential and incidental damages are excluded.
NOTE:
Any misuse, abuse, modification, alteration, improper
maintenance, improper installation, etc. of this product or its
intended use will subject said party to direct responsibility
and liabilities for any and all consequences resulting from
such action. Furthermore, such actions will void all warranties
and may relieve Global Service USA of any liabilities relating
to said product.
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Index
A
Accent lighting
canopy ................................. 68
Acrylic panel
load ..................................... 24
Air routing.................................. 14
Application tips .......................... 46
C
Care .......................................... 46
Cleaning .............................. 46, 49
filter ..................................... 68
lamps, filter panels .............. 50
Commissioning ......................... 16
Customer Service ....................... 2
D
Decommissioning...................... 70
Definitions ................................... 6
Device description..................... 12
Dimensions ............................... 25
Disinfection ............................... 49
Disposal .................................... 70
E
Electrical specifications ............. 24
EMC information ....................... 75
Export........................................ 11
F
Facial tanner
cleaning/replacing ............... 66
maintenance intervals ... 48, 52
Filter
cleaning ............................... 68
cleaning/
disinfection intervals ............ 51
Filter panels ........................ 63, 66
maintenance
intervals ......................... 48, 52
Foreseeable misuse.................. 33
Functions .................................. 41
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Guidelines ................................. 11
H
High pressure lamps,
fire hazard ................................. 63
I
Installation location ................... 14
Intended use ............................. 28
Interior lights ............................. 67
L
Lamp configuration ................... 26
Lamps, replacing....................... 60
Low pressure lamps .................. 61
M
Maintenance overview ........ 48, 52
N
Noise level ................................ 24
O
Obligations
of the studio operator ................ 33
Operating altitude...................... 15
Order numbers .................... 26, 27
P
Packaging ................................. 70
Plastic surfaces (care) .............. 50
Power rating .............................. 24
Prohibited usage ....................... 29
R
Recycling .................................. 70
Removing the acrylic panel ....... 56
Removing the canopy panel...... 57
Removing the front panel .......... 58
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S
Safety measures during
maintenance work .................... 47
Scope of delivery ...................... 11
Setup location .......................... 15
Skin types................................. 38
Spare parts......................... 48, 52
order numbers .................... 27
Staff training ............................. 33
Starter ................................ 26, 62
Storage..................................... 70
T
Tanning times ........................... 39
Technical data .......................... 24
Transport .................................. 14
Troubleshooting ....................... 72
U
UV lamps
base .................................... 64
control ................................. 26
facial tanner ........................ 66
power rating ........................ 26
V
Ventilation ................................ 14
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