Drive Medical Delta Ultra- Light 1000 Semi-Electric Bed Owners Manual

Drive Medical Delta Ultra- Light 1000 Semi-Electric Bed Owners Manual
Delta 1000
Ultra Light Plus, Semi Electric Bed
Item # 15030
Owner’s Assembly And Operating Manual
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Assembly Instructions
Confirm that all parts are present.
A. Foot Spring
B. Head Spring
C. Head Board
D. Foot Board
E. Hi/Low Shaft
F. Locking Pins
G. Motor
H. Hand Crank (attached to foot board for shipping)
I. Casters (4) - 2 locking, 2 non-locking
J. Spring Clips (2)
K. Hand Pendant
M. Motor Transport Straps
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Assembly Instructions Cont.
1. Install drive shaft onto foot section.
Thumb Screw
2. The lock collar comes pre-set from
the factory. Ensure that it is 1/4” 1/2” away from hanger bracket. If
not, slide lock collar 1/4” from the
foot side of the hanger bracket as
shown. Tighten thumb screw.
1/4” Gap
Note: The rail is marked full or semi as
a guide.
3. Connect the head spring
by aligning with foot spring
and swinging both ends away
from each other. (Continued
on next page)
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Assembly Instructions Cont.
Continued
4. With bed on side extend the shaft until it
reaches the full length of bed.
a. NOTE: The shaft adjustment holes are
marked to indicate the style (semi/full) of bed
the shaft is being installed on.
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Assembly Instructions Cont.
5. Insert lock pin through connected sleep
surface and secure with spring clip.
5A. Connect head section and foot section
by squeezing together and attaching
with spring links. Pull up the head
section and foot section to release
tension between the springs.
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Assembly Instructions Cont.
HAND CONTROL
The Delta bed comes with a hand control that will
illuminate when the bed is plugged into a grounded or
polarized wall outlet, or with 9V battery (sold separately)
installed in the hand control. The hand control will
illuminate as long as the wall or battery has power. With
this battery installed, the motor can be operated to return
the sleep surface to the horizontal position in the event
of a power failure.
NOTE: Before installing motor, plug hand
pendant cable into motor as shown
6. Connect the 9V battery (sold separately) to the
battery clip on the motor. It is stored in the recess
under the motor cover. With this battery installed,
the motor can be operated to return the sleep
surface to the horizontal position in the event of a
power failure.
7. To install motor, remove locking caps on top of
the motor.
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Assembly Instructions Cont.
There are two methods for the installation of
the motor
Method A
The motor is installed on the bed frame when the frame is standing
on its side.
Installation instructions can be found on pages 8-9.
Method B
The motor is installed from underneath the bed frame
(horizontal to the ground)
Installation instructions can be found on pages 10-11.
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Assembly Instructions Cont.
Method A
Installation of the motor when bed frame is on its side
A1. Prior to installation, make sure that the 2 white motor blocks are in the retracted position.
CORRECT
Actuator Bar
INCORRECT
A2. Align the opening on the head end of the
motor with the flange on the head section of
the bed and insert the flange into the motor
compartment.
A3. With the palm of your hand, snap the motor
flush to the actuator bar.
A4. Align the opening on the foot end of the
motor with the flange on the foot section of
the bed and insert the flange into the motor
compartment.
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Assembly Instructions Cont.
Method A (Continued)
A5. With the palm of your hand, snap the motor
flush to the actuator bar.
A6. After the motor is installed, slide locking covers back on motor.
Leg Receptacle
Stem
A7.
Install the casters by inserting the
stem of the caster into the leg
receptacle. It is recommended to
install 1 locking caster and 1 nonlocking caster on each bed end.
The locking casters should be
installed diagonally from each other.
A8.
Attach the foot board and head board
as shown.
a.
NOTE: The head section is higher than
the foot section. However, they are
interchangeable with each other, with all
other Drive and other manufacturers
head and foot boards.
End Method A
Go To Page 12, Step 8
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Assembly Instructions Cont.
Method B
Installation of the motor from underneath the frame
Leg Receptacle
Stem
B1.
Install the casters by inserting the
stem of the caster into the leg
receptacle. It is recommended to
install 1 locking caster and 1 nonlocking caster on each bed end.
The locking casters should be
installed diagonally from each other.
B2.
Attach the foot board and head board
as shown.
a.
NOTE: The head section is higher than
the foot section. However, they are
interchangeable with each other, with all
other Drive and other manufacturers
head and foot boards.
B3. Prior to installation, make sure that the 2 white motor blocks are in the retracted position.
CORRECT
INCORRECT
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Assembly Instructions Cont.
Method B Continued
Actuator Bar
B4. With the motor orientated properly
with the bed (head to head, foot to
foot), align the motor with actuator bar
and lift the head spring to the highest
position. The motor will automatically
be pulled towards the bed and lock
onto the actuator. Once the head
side of the motor is attached to the
head section of the bed, return the
head section to the flat position. Once
flat, attach motor cover to the head
section of the motor. Repeat for foot
section.
Note: Be sure the head section is
attached first.
End Method B
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Assembly Instructions Cont.
8. Install Hi/Low shaft to the foot section
of the bed by inserting the spring
loaded side of the shaft to the bottom
receptacle as shown.
Spring Loaded Shaft
8A. Based on the bed end configuration,
install the shaft into the proper port to
ensure correct bed hi/low function.
9.
Install the head end of the shaft as
shown.
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Assembly Instructions Cont.
10.
Release the spring loaded shaft on
the transition box at the foot end of
the spring and insert the shaft into the
transition box on the footboard.
Spring Loaded Shaft
NOTE: Transition box is pre-set from factory
but if using a non-Drive head or foot board,
and the shaft that extends from the crank
housing is too long or short, the transition box
can be adjusted with a 6mm allen key.
Crank Housing
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Bed Rail Installation
NOTE: USE DRIVE APPROVED RAILS ONLY
11. Attaching Bed Rails
a. Half rails
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The head section features labels on the
frame marked, “INSTALL HALF RAILS
HERE” and black springs for proper
placement.
b. Full Rails
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The foot and head section have color
coded springs, labels and notches in the
frame.
Install the cross brace between the black
springs for proper rail placement.
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Height Adjustment
12. To raise the height of the bed, remove the
crank that is attached to the bottom of the
foot board.
Crank
Crank Housing
13. Insert into the receptacle.
14. Turn clockwise to raise the height of the
bed, counter clockwise to lower the
height of the bed. Re-attach the crank to
the bracket on the bottom of the foot
board when not in use.
DOWN
UP
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Optional Fixed Height Adjustment
15. Optional fixed height adjustment with
lock pins
16. The four large pins are used if the height
of the bed is to be locked at a set height.
Set the height of the bed so that the hole
in the leg is aligned with the hole in the
bed end outer leg. Insert the pin through
each of the four legs and install the
spring clip on each.
17. Before a mattress is laid on the bed, flip
up the mattress guard to reduce the
movement of the mattress.
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Storage
Storage
Straps
18. Shown on Bed Storage Transporter (model # 15060)
with motor attached with storage straps (included).
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Maintenance & Safety Checks
Drive recommends the following maintenance and cleaning procedures be conducted between users.
WEIGHT LIMITATIONS
• The total weight limit of the Drive 36-inch wide Manual/Electric bed (including accessories, mattress,
occupant and any other person/object positioned on the bed) is 450 lbs;
• Body weight should be evenly distributed over the surface of the manual/electric bed. DO NOT lay, sit
or lean in such a way that your entire body weight is placed only on raised head or foot sections of the
bed. This includes when repositioning or transferring in or out of bed.
• DO NOT permit more than one person on/in a 36-inch bed at any time.
ELECTRONICS
• Check all controls to make sure all functions work properly.
• Foot control
• Head control
• Hi/Lo
• Check all cables for damaged or frayed wires.
• Power cord
• Pendant cord
• Check to make sure all plugs are fully inserted or attached.
• Check 9V battery on motor and replace annually.
BED FRAME & SLEEPING SURFACE
• Visually check all welds.
• Head section
• Foot section
• Main Frame
• Check joints between sleeping surface sections for loose fasteners.
CLEANING
• The metal parts of the bed are covered with a powder coating. Clean all coated parts with mild
detergent and warm water. Periodically raise head and feet sections of the bed and remove dust
from frame. Also, periodically remove mattress and clean mattress deck.
LUBRICATION & MECHANICAL
• Lightly grease all actuator screw threads with white lithium grease.
• Lubricate all caster roller and swivel bearings with light machine oil.
• Check all bolts and tighten as needed.
WARRANTY
• Lifetime warranty on welds.
• 5 year warranty on frame.
• 5 year warranty on motor.
• 5 year on hand control.
• 1 year warranty on all other parts and components.
During the warranty period, defective items will be repaired or replaced at Drive’s option at no charge.
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Specifications
DECK HEIGHT
BED HEIGHT
(HIGH POSITION)
21.5”
21.5”
21.5”
87.5”
87.5”
87.5”
BED HEIGHT
(LOW POSITION)
LENGTH
80” MATTRESS
REQUIRED
15.5”
15.5”
15.5”
DECK WIDTH
ELECTRICAL
• Motor is UL approved.
WEIGHT
• Normal operating conditions: 450 lbs evenly distributed.
CONSTRUCTION
• Frame: 11ga (.120) hot rolled steel (rolled formed).
• Sleeping surface: Zinc plated steel wire and coils.
FINISH
• Durable Powder Coating.
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WARNINGS
GENERAL WARNINGS
DO NOT use this product or any available optional
equipment without first completely reading and
understanding these instructions and any additional
instructional material such as owner’s manuals,
service manuals or instruction sheets supplied
with this product or optional equipment. If you are
unable to understand the warnings, cautions or
instructions, contact a healthcare professional,
dealer or technical personnel before attempting to
use this equipment - otherwise, injury or damage
may occur.
Read all the instructions before using the bed.
Refer to the owner’s manuals for beds and rails for
additional product and safety information.
After any adjustments, repair or service and before
use, make sure all attaching hardware is tightened
securely.
After the bed has been assembled, always test to
make sure that all sections of the bed are properly
and securely in place before using.
ALWAYS use caster locks except when moving the
bed.
Body weight should be evenly distributed over the
surface of the bed. DO NOT lay, sit or lean in such
a way that your entire body weight is placed only
on raised head or foot sections of the bed. This
includes when assisting the user in repositioning or
transferring in or out of bed.
Check all parts for shipping damage and test before
using. In case of damage, DO NOT use. Contact a
qualified technician for further instruction.
Close supervision is necessary when this bed is
used by or near children or people with disabilities.
DO NOT let any individual underneath the bed or
in between the raised bed frame components at
anytime.
DO NOT permit more than one person on/in the
bed at any time.
DO NOT use outdoors.
DO NOT use this product or any available optional
equipment without first completely reading ¬-and
understanding these instructions and any additional
instructional material such as owner’s manuals,
service manuals or instruction sheets supplied
with this product or optional equipment. If you are
unable to understand the warnings, cautions or
instructions, contact a healthcare professional,
dealer or technical personnel before attempting to
use this equipment - otherwise, injury or damage
may occur.
For Dealers Only - Set-up and Assembly Instructions are in the rear of this manual. These procedures must be performed by a qualified technicians
only.
The March 2006 version of the FDA’s bed safety
guidelines are published by Hospital Bed Safety
Workgroup. The latest revision of this document is
available at http://www.fda.gov.
If the unit is not working properly, call a qualified
technician to examine the unit and repair it.
Drive Medical products are specifically designed
and manufactured for use in conjunction with Drive
Medical accessories. Accessories designed by
other manufacturers have not been tested by Drive
Medical and are not recommended for use with
Drive Medical products.
Keep all moving parts, including the main frame,
mattress deck (head and foot springs/sections) and
all drive shafts free of obstruction (i.e. blankets/
sheets, heating blankets/pads, tubing, wiring, etc.
and other types of products using electric cords
which may get tangled around the bed, side rails or
legs) during operation of the bed.
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WARNINGS
Keep the product a minimum of 12 inches away
from any direct heat source.
Make sure head and foot springs/sections are connected securely to the universal bed ends before
use.
Physically challenged individuals who cannot prevent themselves from rolling/climbing out of the this
bed may require alternative safe means of restraint.
Procedures other than those described in this manual must be performed by a qualified technician.
Risk of injury to persons - DO NOT place video
equipment such as televisions or computer monitors on bed.
NEVER allow patients to use trapeze or traction
units as a total individual weight support.
Trapeze units are to be used only for assisting the
patient in repositioning or transferring into or out of
bed.
Trapeze units must be positioned on a universal
bed end as near as possible to the center point of
the bed end.
The bed is not designed to be used as a patient
transport. When transporting a patient, use an approved patient transport. Otherwise, injury or damage may result.
The bed may be equipped with locking casters.
When transferring into or out of the bed, always
lock the locking caster(s). Inspect for correct locking action on caster locks before using bed. Even
with casters properly locked, some flooring surfaces such as tile or wood, will allow the bed to move
under some conditions. Use on surfaces such as
these must be evaluated by the care provider.
The initial set up of this bed must be performed by
a qualified technician.
The total weight limit of the Drive Medical 36-inch
(91.4 cm) wide Manual/Electric bed (including
accessories, mattress, occupant and any other
person/object positioned on the bed) is 450 pounds
(204 kg.); 350 pounds (158 kg) patient weight.
Use this bed only for its intended use as described
in these instructions. DO NOT use attachments not
recommended by the manufacturer.
After raising/lowering the head/foot end of the bed,
check the distance between the bottom of the bed
rail and the mattress. If there is excessive distance
between the bottom of the bed rail and the mattress
in which individuals may become entangled, adjust
the height of the bed rail (if applicable), or provide
alternative means of patient protection.
Once patient assessment concludes that the patient’s condition increases the chance of entrapment, the bed MUST be in the flat position when
left unattended.
Proper patient assessment and monitoring, and
proper maintenance and use of equipment is required to reduce the risk of entrapment. Variations
in bed rail dimensions, and mattress thickness, size
or density could increase the risk of entrapment.
Visit the FDA website at http://www.fda.gov to learn
about the risks of entrapment.
Replacement mattresses and bed side rails with
dimensions different than the original equipment
supplied or specified by the bed frame manufacturer are not interchangeable. Variations in bed side
rail design, width and thickness or firmness of the
mattress could cause/contribute to entrapment. Use
only authorized Drive Medical replacement parts
and/or accessories otherwise the warranty is void.
Drive Medical will not be responsible for any damage or injury that may result.
To reduce the risk of entrapment make certain that
the bed rail cross braces DO NOT exceed the width
of the mattress. Mattress MUST fit bed frame and
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WARNINGS
side rails snugly to reduce the risk of entrapment.
When operating this bed, ALWAYS ensure that the
individual utilizing the bed is positioned properly
within the confines of the bed. DO NOT let any extremities protrude over the side or between the bed
rails when performing these functions.
Drive Medical recommends that the mattress be
centered on the bed frame. Otherwise, individuals
may become entangled between the bed rail and
the bed frame.
Mattress MUST fit bed frame and assist rails snugly
to reduce the risk of entrapment.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE: Updated versions of this manual are available on www.Drive Medical.com.
BED RAIL WARNINGS
Although bed rails are not rated to any specific
weight limitation, the bed rails may become deformed or broken if excessive side pressure is exerted on the bed rails. The bed rail is not an assist
rail for getting into or out of bed. DO NOT use the
bed rails as push handles when moving the bed.
Always test to make sure that the side rails are
properly and securely in place before using the
bed.
DO NOT install the optional bed rails without reading and understanding all of the instructions in the
instruction sheet that accompanies the bed rail kit.
DO NOT use the side rails as push handles for
moving the bed.
These bed rails are intended to prevent an individual from inadvertently rolling out of bed. DO NOT
use for restraint purposes.
When used with a manual/electrical bed, the bed
rails DO NOT fall under any weight limitations.
Bed rails can be deformed or broken if excessive
side pressure is exerted on the bed rails. These
bed rails are used for the purpose of preventing
an individual from inadvertently rolling out of bed.
The bed rails are NOT intended nor may be used
for restraint purposes. If an individual is capable of
injuring himself/herself, a physician or a healthcare
professional should be consulted for alternative
means of safe restraint.
ELECTRICAL WARNINGS
A safety feature of this product includes protection against overheating caused by excessive or
extended periods of operation. Depending on the
duration, this includes multiple or repeated adjustments or the use of multiple functions at one time.
To ensure trouble free operation, always allow a
slight pause between multiple adjustments and
avoid pressing more than one function button at a
time. If thermal protection activation should occur,
the bed will not respond to pendant commands.
Given this situation, release the pendant button and
allow the bed unit to sit for several minutes. This
will allow the protection function time to reset and
restore bed function. Depending on severity of the
initial overheating, this could take up to 30 minutes.
Allow a slight pause between adjustments and
avoid pressing multiple buttons at the same time.
If pendant buttons are depressed too rapidly or
multiple buttons are pressed at the same time, the
desired feature may not activate. Simply release
the pendant button, permit a slight pause and then
activate the next operation.
ALWAYS remove manual crank(s) before performing electronic functions. Otherwise, the crank(s)
will turn when the motor is on and could cause
personal injury or damage to the bed.
Always unplug the bed from the electrical outlet
before cleaning.
DO NOT open assemblies such as the motors,
pendant, junction boxes or gear boxes. No user
serviceable parts are inside. Only qualified techni-
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WARNINGS
cians are permitted to repair these parts. If unqualified individuals perform any work on these beds,
the warranty is void.
DO NOT place pendant under or between objects.
This may unintentionally press the buttons and may
cause injury or damage.
Electronic equipment may be influenced by Radio
Frequency Interference (RFI). Caution should be
exercised with regard to the use of portable communications equipment in the area around such
equipment. If RFI causes erratic behavior, unplug
the electric bed IMMEDIATELY. Leave unplugged
while transmission is in progress.
Ensure all cables and cords are routed such that
they will not become entangled or pinched. Otherwise damage or injury may result.
If a button on the pendant does not release or
sticks, the bed spring will not stop moving.
the bed to a service center for examination and
repair.
On Full Electric beds, the Hi/Lo crank MUST be
removed before the bed is used. Failure to remove
the crank may cause damage or personal injury.
Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. Grounding reliability depends upon a properly grounded
wall outlet.
The pendant and power cords must be routed and
secured properly to ensure that the cords DO NOT
become entangled, pinched and/or severed during
operation of the electric bed.
Unplug from the outlet before servicing.
Unplug the power cord from its power source before performing any maintenance on the manual/
electric bed. DO NOT unplug the power cord from
the junction box. Damage to cord will result.
If a liquid is spilled in or around the electric bed, unplug the electric bed before cleaning. Clean up the
spill and allow the electric bed or the area around
the electric bed to dry thoroughly before using the
electric controls again.
Use caution when disconnecting the pendant. DO
NOT press pendant buttons.
Inspect the covering of the bed’s control panel and
the patient control panel to assure that the covering
is not cracked or damaged.
When using an extension cord, use only a three
wire extension cord having at least 16 AWG (American Wire Gauge) wire and the same or higher
electrical rating as the device being connected. Use
of improper extension cord could result in a risk of
fire and electric shock. Three to two prong adapters
should not be used. Use of three prong adapters
can result in improper grounding and present a
shock hazard to the user.
Keep all electrical cords away from heated or hot
surfaces.
Keep the cord away from heated surfaces.
NEVER operate if the unit has a damaged cord or
plug. If it is not working properly, call a qualified
technician for examination and repair.
NEVER operate this bed if it has a damaged cord
or plug, if it is not working properly, if it has been
dropped, damaged, or dropped into water. Return
When bed is not to be used for an extended period,
unplug electric bed from the wall outlet.
When using nasal or masked type oxygen administering equipment, the oxygen or air tubing MUST
be routed and secured properly to ensure that the
tubing does not become entangled and/or severed
during normal operation of the bed.
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WARNINGS
DO NOT use near explosive gases.
Possible fire hazard when used with oxygen administering equipment other than nasal or masked
type.
Use masked or nasal type oxygen administering
equipment only in conjunction with this bed. The
use of ANY other type of oxygen administering
equipment can result in a fire hazard.
Body weight should be evenly distributed over the
surface of the bed. DO NOT lay, sit or lean in such
a way that your entire body weight is placed only
on raised head or foot sections of the bed. This
includes when as¬sisting the user in repositioning
or transferring in or out of bed.
The Head (Head Spring) and Foot (Foot Spring)
sections of the sleep surface must be in the lowered/flat position for entry into the bed. Patients
should be slowly lowered into the bed.
from the bed. This may damage the frame and/or
motors and create a danger to the patient.
DO NOT attempt to raise the Head (Head Spring)
section of the sleep surface while the patient or any
other individual is seated or positioned with their
weight entirely on the Head (Head Spring) section
of the sleep surface.
DO NOT attempt to raise the Foot (Foot Spring)
section of the sleep surface while the patient or any
other individual is seated or positioned with their
weight entirely on the Foot (Foot Spring) section of
the sleep surface.
DO NOT attempt to raise the Head (Head Spring)
or Foot (Foot Spring) sections of the sleep surface
while more than one person is lying in the bed or
when the bed weight limitations have been exceeded.
DO NOT abruptly “drop” patients into the bed.
It is not safe to use the Head (Head Spring) or Foot
(Foot Spring) sections of the sleep surface to assist
in raising or lowering patient for entry or egress
DO NOT sit on the headspring and
attempt to raise yourself
to a standing position
with the remote
control
DO NOT attempt to raise the headspring
while multiple people are laying in
the hospital bed
Notes:
Notes:
99 Seaview Boulevard
Port Washington, NY 11050
Phone: 516-998-4600
Toll Free: 877.224.0946
Fax: 516.998.4601
www.drivemedical.com
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