Midmark Elevance® Dental Chair Product information

Midmark Elevance® Dental Chair Product information
Elevance® Dental
Chair
Model Numbers:
Service Manual
153810
FOR USE BY MIDMARK TRAINED TECHNICIANS ONLY
Language of origin: English
004-0752-00 AA1 (Revised: 12/16/19)
Diagrams
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Theory of Operation
Access
Procedures
Maintenance
Troubleshooting Chart..........................................2
Power to the Chair................................................6
Base UP / DOWN Function.................................. 8
Back UP / DOWN Function................................ 10
Collision Protection System and the
Home Function....................................................12
Diagrams
Table of Contents
Theory of Operation & troubleshooting
PC Board Wiring Diagram, Harnesses
& Information........................................................31
BASE UP Hydraulic Function............................ 32
BASE DOWN Hydraulic Function..................... 33
BACK UP Hydraulic Function............................ 34
BACK DOWN Hydraulic Function..................... 35
Position Programming........................................14
Hydraulic Valve Assembly Information............. 36
Chair Calibration and the Override Function... 16
Color Abbreviation Chart.................................... 37
Rotational Brake and Lockout Feature............. 18
ACCESS PROCEDURES
Upholstery............................................................20
Lift Arm and Base Front Covers........................ 21
Pivot and Base Covers.......................................22
Seat Shrouds and Frame Covers..................... 23
Maintenance and Control settings
Checking Oil Level..............................................24
Chair Calibration .................................................26
Manual Calibration..............................................27
Programming Chair Positions............................ 28
Synchronize the Wireless Remote.................... 29
Verifying LIN Connections.................................. 30
Revised: 9/29/2011
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Elevance Chair Troubleshooting Chart
Condition
Check
Nothing happens when any button on any
control is pressed.
No relays can be heard energizing.
If using a wireless remote
Chair has power, but control buttons still do
not operate chair.
Some functions work with control buttons,
but at least one function does not.
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Solution
1.
Green “power ON” indicator light, located on the chair base, is illuminated.
Chair does not have power if green “power ON” indicator light is not on.
2.
Verify power cord is plugged in.
Plug in power cord.
3.
Verify facility circuit breaker is not tripped.
Determine why breaker tripped. Correct issue and reset breaker.
4.
Fuse(s) F1, F2, or F3 on Chair PC Board are blown or open
Replace bad fuse(s). Refer to PC Board wiring diagram.
5.
Check for loose wire connections. Verify line voltage at J3 connection on the chair
control PC Board.
Tighten loose connections and refer to PC Board wiring diagram to
determine loss of power at J3.
1.
Check batteries.
Replace depleted batteries with new ones.
2.
Check battery leaf-spring contacts.
Remove batteries and straighten leaf-springs to ensure that they make
good contact with battery. Reference battery contacts illustration.
1.
Verify chair is in calibration mode (SW2 Program Switch #4 ON)
TIP: The wireless remote has an override feature - press and hold the P button
and any arrow. This feature allows chair movements that override the software
controlled movements. This moves the chair whenever it is powered.
Move SW2 program switch #4 to OFF. Cycle power (plug then unplug
power source from chair).
2.
Chair may not be calibrated.
Refer to Chair Calibration procedure.
3.
Check all connections and harnesses.
Repair or replace malfunctioning connector(s) or wire harnesses. Refer to
PC Board wiring diagram for part numbers of harnesses.
4.
If LIN Coupler is used to connect Assistant’s Unit keypad - verify LIN connections.
Use LIN Coupler to verify LIN harness /LIN coupler functionality.
5.
Chair PC Board is malfunctioning. NOTE: Incoming line voltage is present at J3
connector on Chair PC Board. LED is not ON next to the related relay when the
function is operated.
Replace Chair PC Board.
1.
Safety bail limit switch contacts open on one or both limit switches or on the cuspidor
limit switch (J6). These limit switches prevent the chair from going down. LED (D17) on
Chair PCB is ON when limit switch contacts are CLOSED. Limit switches are wired in
series with each other.
Remove obstacle causing switch(es) to open or replace malfunctioning
switch.
2.
Verify continuity on all harnesses. Look for broken wires or loose connections.
Repair or replace loose connectors or broken harnesses.
3.
Perform a continuity check on each switch on membrane touchpads and foot control.
Depressing a key on a touchpad closes the switch. Refer to touchpad wiring diagrams.
If a switch does not show continuity when depressed to the closed position,
then replace the membrane touchpad or foot control.
4.
If hydraulic UP functions do not work, then verify the capacitor for the hydraulic motor
pump by replacing it with a known good capacitor of the same rating.
Replace malfunctioning capacitor.
Replace malfunctioning Chair PC Board.
5.
Chair PCB is malfunctioning. NOTE: Incoming line voltage is present at J3 connector
on the Chair PCB. LED is not ON next to the related relay on the Chair PCB when the
function is being operated. Check visually for damaged components or broken traces on
PCB.
6.
Back or base position sensor shows an open or shorted condition. Check connectors.
Check continuity on all harnesses for broken wires or loose connections.
Replace suspected back or base positioning sensor. Repair faulty
connector(s). Replace harness(es).
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Condition
Check
BACK UP function does not work.
Nothing happens when any BACK UP button
is depressed (all other functions work
properly).
BACK DOWN function does not work.
Nothing happens when any BACK DOWN
button is depressed (all other functions work
properly).
1.
Check for broken wires and loose connections for back up solenoid at J1 connector on
Chair PCB.
2.
“Open” coil on the back up solenoid valve.
3.
Back Up solenoid valve is stuck in the closed position or clogged preventing hydraulic
fluid flow.
4.
Throttle valve (TV3) turned in too far or closed on hydraulic solenoid valve assembly.
Adjust TV3 throttle valve. Travel time from end point to end point should
be 15 seconds (+/- 1 second) with 180 lbs. (82 kg) on chair.
5.
Hydraulic back cylinder leaks while using chair.
Replace cylinder.
6.
Potted back tilt sensor connection is loose or harness is broken.
Tighten connection or replace potted back tilt sensor.
7.
Potted back tilt sensor is damaged (open or shorted).
Replace potted back tilt sensor.
8.
On Chair PCB, LED D12 by K4 relay should be ON.
Line voltage should be present at J1 terminals 1 and 2 to back up solenoid.
Replace Chair PC Board.
1.
Look for obstructions that are: 1) contacting the covers or cuspidor (if applicable), 2)
actuating limit switches and 3) removing power from hydraulic functions.
Remove obstructions.
2.
Verify connections on safety bail limit switches are secure and on correct terminals. If a
cuspidor is not installed a jumper must be in place on J6 on Chair PCB.
NOTE: The normally closed safety bail limit switches open when the chair back or
shrouds are deflected and the actuator bracket moves away from the switch.
Connect harnesses correctly and verify that a jumper is on J6 if there is no
cuspidor.
3.
Verify connections on cuspidor safety limit switch are secure and on correct terminals.
NOTE: The normally open cuspidor safety limit switch is tripped closed with cuspidor in
normal operating position. The switch opens when cuspidor is deflected.
Connect harnesses correctly.
Throttle valve (TV4) turned in too far or closed on hydraulic solenoid valve assembly.
Adjust TV4 throttle valve. Travel time from end point to end point should
be 15 seconds (+/- 1 sec) with 180 lbs. (82 kg) on chair.
5.
Back down solenoid coil has an open winding, is disconnected or has a broken lead.
Repair wires and connections.
6.
Back down solenoid valve is stuck in CLOSED position or is clogged, preventing
hydraulic fluid to flow back into reservoir.
Replace hydraulic solenoid valve assembly.
7.
Potted back tilt sensor connection is loose or harness is broken.
Tighten connection or replace potted back tilt sensor.
8.
Potted back tilt sensor is damaged (open or shorted).
Replace potted back tilt sensor .
9
On Chair PCB, LED D11 by K3 Relay should be ON.
Line voltage should be present at J1 terminals 3 and 4 to Back Up solenoid
Replace Chair PC Board.
10.
Back lower spring is detached or broken. Back is designed to lower from top to bottom
in 20 seconds with 85 lbs (39 kg) load.
If detached, then reattach.
If broken, replace both springs.
1.
Broken wires or loose connections at BASE UP solenoid and at J1 on Chair PCB.
Repair or replace harnesses or connections.
2.
“Open” coil on the Base UP solenoid valve.
3.
Base UP solenoid valve is stuck in the CLOSED position or clogged, preventing
hydraulic fluid flow.
Replace hydraulic solenoid valve assembly.
Throttle valve (TV1) turned in too far or closed on hydraulic solenoid valve assembly.
Adjust TV1 Throttle Valve. Travel time from end point to end point should
be 20 seconds (+/- 1 second) with 180 lbs. (82 kg) on chair.
5.
Hydraulic back cylinder leaks while using chair.
Replace cylinder.
6.
On Chair PC Board, LED D10 by K2 Relay should be ON.
Line voltage should be present at J1 terminals 3 and 4 to Back up solenoid.
Replace Chair PC Board.
4.
BASE UP function does not work.
Nothing happens when any BASE UP button
is depressed (all other functions work
properly).
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Solution
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Repair or replace harnesses or connections.
Replace hydraulic solenoid valve assembly.
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Condition
Check
BASE DOWN function does not work.
Nothing happens when any BASE DOWN
button is depressed (all other functions work
properly).
BASE and BACK DOWN functions do not
work.
Nothing happens when any BASE or BACK
DOWN buttons are depressed (all other
functions work properly).
BASE and BACK UP functions do not work.
Solution
1.
Look for obstructions that are: 1) contacting the covers or cuspidor (if applicable), 2)
actuating limit switches, and 3) removing power from hydraulic functions.
Remove obstructions.
2.
Verify connections on safety bail limit switches are secure and on correct terminals. If a
cuspidor is not installed a jumper must be in place on J6 on Chair PC Board.
NOTE: The normally closed safety bail limit switches open when the chair back or
shrouds are deflected and the actuator bracket moves away from the switch.
Connect harnesses correctly and verify that a jumper is on J6 if there is no
cuspidor.
3.
Verify connections on cuspidor safety limit switch are secure and on correct terminals.
NOTE: The normally open cuspidor safety limit switch is tripped closed with cuspidor in
normal operating position. The switch opens when cuspidor is deflected.
Connect harnesses correctly.
4.
Throttle Valve (TV2) turned in too far or closed on hydraulic solenoid valve assembly.
Adjust TV2 throttle valve. Travel time from end point to end point should
be 20 seconds (+/- 1 sec) with 180 lbs. (82 kg) on chair.
5.
Base Down solenoid coil has open winding or a loose or broken lead.
Repair wires and connections.
6.
Base Down solenoid valve is stuck in CLOSED position or clogged, preventing hydraulic
fluid flow back to reservoir.
Replace hydraulic solenoid valve assembly.
7.
On Chair PCB, LED D9 by K1 Relay should be ON.
Line voltage should be present at J1 terminals 1 and 2 to Base down solenoid.
Replace Chair PC Board.
1.
Look for obstructions that are: 1) contacting the covers or cuspidor (if applicable), 2)
actuating limit switches and 3) removing power from hydraulic functions.
Remove obstructions.
2.
Verify connections on safety bail limit switches are secure and on correct terminals. If a
cuspidor is not installed a jumper must be on J6 on Chair PCB.
NOTE: The normally closed safety bail limit switches open when the chair back or
shrouds are deflected and the actuator bracket moves away from the switch.
Connect harnesses correctly and verify that a jumper is on J6 if there is no
cuspidor.
3.
Verify connections on cuspidor safety limit switch are secure and on correct terminals.
NOTE: The normally open cuspidor safety limit switch is tripped closed with cuspidor in
normal operating position. The switch opens when cuspidor is deflected.
Connect harnesses correctly.
1.
Check hydraulic motor pump internal thermal overload. Check continuity between white
and red motor leads and then between yellow and red motor leads.
If no continuity - let motor cool 10 minutes or more and recheck.
If overload remains open or no continuity registers, then replace hydraulic
motor pump.
Hydraulic pump operates intermittently. Running the motor continuously
for a 30 second period will cause the overload to open.
2.
Hydraulic fluid in oil reservoir is low.
Fill oil reservoir to correct level.
3.
Hydraulic motor pump leads are disconnected or loose.
Connect electrical leads properly. Refer to PC Board wiring diagram.
4.
Capacitor on hydraulic motor pump weak or inoperative.
Replace capacitor with a known good capacitor of same voltage and
manufactured rating.
5.
Line voltage to chair is low. Line voltage should be between 110.0 to 126.0 VAC on a
115 VAC unit or 220 to 252 VAC on a 230 VAC unit.
Correct low line voltage at source.
Nothing happens when any BASE or
BACK UP buttons are depressed (all other
functions work properly).
6.
Pressure relief valve is open or leaking.
Replace pressure relief valve.
BASE drifts down from elevated position.
1.
If excessive hydraulic fluid is returning to reservoir through the vent tube of base cylinder,
then cylinder is leaking past its piston seals.
Replace Base hydraulic cylinder.
BACK drifts down from elevated position.
1.
If excessive hydraulic fluid is returning to reservoir through the vent tube of back cylinder,
then cylinder is leaking past its piston seals.
Replace Back hydraulic cylinder.
Hydraulic Motor Pump continues to run
after the chair reaches its Up or Down limit.
1.
Potted back tilt sensor connection is loose on chair PC Board (J13).
Tighten connection at J13.
2.
Potted back tilt sensor is malfunctioning.
Replace potted back tilt sensor.
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[Revised: 7/16/2013]
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Condition
Check
Chair does not operate correctly with
heavier loads.
Solution
1.
Line voltage supplied to chair is too low.
Check supply line voltage at source. Voltage should be between 110.0 to
126.0 VAC on 115 VAC units or 220 to 252 VAC for 230 VAC units.
2.
Weak capacitor on hydraulic motor pump.
Replace capacitor with a known good capacitor of same voltage and
manufactured rating.
3.
Patient weight exceeds maximum limitation of 450 lbs. (204 kg).
Follow maximum weight limitations.
4.
Hydraulic fluid is leaking past hydraulic pressure relief valve. Excessive fluid is flowing
back to reservoir during operation.
Replace hydraulic solenoid valve assembly.
5.
Hydraulic cylinder(s) leaking past piston seals, visible by excessive fluid returning to oil
reservoir thru vent tubing.
Replace hydraulic cylinder(s).
BASE DOWN travel is too slow or too fast.
1.
Base down (TV2) Throttle valve is either turned in too far, restricting flow back to
reservoir or not turned in enough allowing too much flow, causing a faster descent.
Adjust TV2 Throttle Valve. Travel time from end point to end point should
be 15 seconds (+/- 1 sec) with 180 lbs. (82 kg) on chair.
BACK DOWN travel is too slow or too fast.
1.
Back down (TV4) Throttle valve is either turned in too far restricting flow back to
reservoir, or not turned in enough, allowing too much flow, causing a faster descent.
Adjust TV4 Throttle Valve. Travel time from end point to end point should
be 20 seconds (+/- 1 sec) with 180 lbs. (82 kg) on chair.
2.
Back lower spring is detached or broken. Back is designed to lower from top to bottom in
20 seconds with 85 lbs. (39 kg) load.
If detached, then reattach.
If broken, replace both springs.
1.
Restriction in suction line from oil reservoir resulting in some cavitation.
Check for kinks in tubing and restrictions in suction line.
Repair or replace tubing.
2.
Internal parts failure in hydraulic motor pump.
Replace hydraulic motor pump.
Headrest difficult to adjust or does not stay
in position.
1.
Verify the friction cam adjustment.
Reset the friction cam mechanism.
SerenEscape Remote Control
Heat light blinks.
1.
Verify connection plugs on SerenEscape control box.
Secure connection(s).
2.
Verify red cable connection in upholstered back.
Straighten bent pins. Wrap connections with electrical tape in a “figure 8”
pattern.
3.
Look for upholstered back, remote control or control box issues.
Replace upholstered back, remote control or control box, in this order.
1.
Verify connections at both ends of the SerenEscape power supply
Secure connections.
2.
SerenEscape power supply voltage is incorrect. Should be between 10 - 14 VDC.
If voltage is incorrect, replace SerenEscape power supply.
1.
Verify both black cable connections.
Secure black cable connections with electrical tape wrapped in a “figure 8”
pattern.
Chair moves slowly or not at all under heavier
loads.
Hydraulic Pump is too noisy during BACK
or BASE UP functions.
Power light blinks.
One or both massage motors do not
operate.
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[Revised: 12/2/19]
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Condition
Check
Solution
SN V806684 thru V1835865
Rotational brake not working.
1.
Repair connections or replace harness.
Reading Brake LEDs on Chair PC Board:
D2 on - indicates switch (pedal) activated
D17 on - indicates solenoid activated
Press brake release pedals individually and check LED D2 turns on.
If LED D2 does not turn on, then check for switch or wiring issues.
2.
Press brake release pedals individually and check LED D15 turns on.
If LED D15 turns on, then verify you can hear the solenoid energize.
If LED D15 does not turn on, then test brake solenoid (J16) by moving plug to
AUX (J2) on the PC Board - a good solenoid will energize immediately.
Do not leave it plugged in for more than a few seconds to test it.
Check for a physical obstruction at the brake pin or a missing/broken
spring.
1.
Loose connections or short in brake solenoid harness to J16 on Chair PCB.
Repair connections or replace harness.
2.
Verify continuity on brake solenoid coil.
If coil shows open continuity, then replace solenoid.
1.
Spring attached to brake lever arm is missing or broken.
Replace spring.
Rotational brake will not unlock
Rotational brake will not lock.
SN V1835866 - V2188924
Rotational brake not working.
1.
Repair connections or replace harness.
Reading Brake LEDs on Chair PC Board:
D2 on - indicates switch (pedal) activated
D17 on - indicates solenoid activated
Press brake release pedals individually and check LED D2 turns on.
If LED D2 does not turn on, then check for switch or wiring issues.
2.
Press brake release pedals individually and check LED D15 turns on.
If LED D15 turns on, then verify you can hear the solenoid energize.
If LED D15 does not turn on, then test brake solenoid (J16) by moving plug to
AUX (J2) on the PC Board - a good solenoid will energize immediately.
Do not leave it plugged in for more than a few seconds to test it.
Check for a physical obstruction at the brake pin or a missing/broken
spring.
1.
Loose connections or short in brake solenoid harness to J16 on Chair PCB.
Repair connections or replace harness.
2.
Verify continuity on brake solenoid coil.
If coil shows open continuity, then replace solenoid.
3
Check linkage between brake solenoid and Brake Cylinder.
Repair/Replace linkage.
Rotational brake will not unlock.
4
Check Brake Cylinder is releasing by manually actuating linkage and try to rotate chair.
Replace cylinder if unable to rotate chair.
1.
Check Brake Cylinder is locking in place by trying to rotate chair without stepping on
pedal.
Replace Brake Cylinder if not locking.
Rotational brake not working.
1.
Repair connections or replace harness.
Reading Brake LEDs on Chair PC Board:
D2 on - indicates switch (pedal) activated
D17 on - indicates solenoid activated
Press brake release pedals individually and check LED D2 turns on.
If LED D2 does not turn on, then check for switch or wiring issues.
2.
Press brake release pedals individually and check LED D15 turns on.
If LED D15 turns on, then verify you can hear the solenoid energize.
If LED D15 does not turn on, then test brake solenoid (J16) by moving plug to
AUX (J2) on the PC Board - a good solenoid will energize immediately.
Do not leave it plugged in for more than a few seconds to test it.
Check for a physical obstruction at the brake pin or a missing/broken
spring.
1.
Loose connections or short in brake solenoid harness to J16 on Chair PCB.
Repair connections or replace harness.
2.
Verify continuity on brake solenoid coil.
If coil shows open continuity, then replace solenoid.
Rotational brake will not lock.
SN V2188925 - Present
Rotational brake will not unlock.
Rotational brake will not lock.
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Verify no side load is present on chair.
Remove Side Load
1.
Verify Solenoid Assembly is not over torqued at Brass Fitting to chair.
Loosen and torque to 13-18 FT LBS
2
Verify no debris/material is obstructing Pin movement in Solenoid Assembly.
Remove Clean and reinstall
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Power to the Chair
This illustration shows the components that affect all chair functions. See following
page for a more detailed description.
Power ON indicator
illuminates when
power is supplied
AMP
1
2
3
4
Micro-controller
Power Inlet
115 V~ (VAC)
or
230 V~ (VAC)
PC board regulators control
and direct three different DC
voltages to the appropriate
connectors.
Facility Power
115 V~ (VAC)
or
230 V~ (VAC)
115 V~ (VAC)
or
230 V~ (VAC)
side
Models:
Regulated
V
(VDC)
side
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Serial Numbers:
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Color Abbreviation Chart
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Power to the Chair
Facility Power
When the power cord is properly connected,
facility power supplies 115 V~ (VAC) or
230 V~ (VAC) to the power inlet on the PC board.
Power Inlet
Supply voltage 115 V~ (VAC) or
230 V~ (VAC) comes thru the power inlet
and passes thru three fuses on its way to the
transformer.
Transformer
Supply line voltage 115 V~ (115 VAC) or
230 V~ (VAC) enters the transformer where it
passes thru or is regulated to multiple, lower, V
(VDC) voltages by three regulators.
Power ON Light
115 V~ (VAC) or 230 V~ (VAC) Supply voltage is
supplied to:
When proper power is supplied to the PC Board,
the power ON light illuminates.
Brake Release Solenoid thru J16
Hydraulic Pump thru J15
Hydraulic Valve Solenoids thru J1
Auxiliary Output thru J2
Note
Regulated voltages:
12 V
(VDC) is supplied to:
Safety Limit Switches thru J4
Optional Cuspidor Safety Switch thru J6
Brake Safety Switch and Power ON Light thru J8
Communication Ports for Control Devices and
J-Box connections J9 thru J12
Optional Cuspidor Power Connection thru J5
Optional Light Communication thru TB1
The Power ON light operates on regulated
(VDC)
voltage coming directly from the 12 V
BUS. The micro-controller has no connection to
this light.
Note
Regulators (hardware)
Electronic devices that regulate incoming 115 V~
(VAC) or 230 V~ (VAC) into more stable, V
(VDC) voltages used by the PC board.
PC Board
Circuitry on the PC board provides pathways for
voltages to connected components as well as
pathways for input signals to and from the microcontroller.
The same regulated voltage distributed to
multiple devices is commonly called a BUS.
5V
(VDC) is supplied to:
Test Port thru J14
Micro-controller
3V
(VDC) is supplied to:
Back Tilt sensor thru J13
Micro-controller (software)
The micro-controller processes input signals
received from users and sensors, then sends the
appropriate output signals to activate electronically
controlled components.
Models:
153810
Serial Numbers:
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Base UP / DOWN Function
This illustration shows the components involved in the Base Up / Down function. See following page for more detailed description of the function.
Hydraulics
Electrical
Power ON indicator
(If light is OFF see
Power to the Chair).
Pump
AMP
1
2
3
4
Oil Tank
Control
Comm LEDs
Hydraulic
Valve Bank
Hydraulic
Valve Bank
1
P
Base Cylinder
Pump
Facility Power
115 V~ (VAC)
or
230 V~ (VAC)
Power Inlet
115 V~ (VAC)
or
230 V~ (VAC)
Models:
2
3 4
Control Communication
(VDC)
(Comm) Ports 12 V
153810
Serial Numbers:
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Base UP / DOWN Function
Is there Power to the Chair?
When voltage is present at J3 on the PC Board the
Power light is ON.
(Refer to Power to the Chair more information)
Electric Power to Controls
PC board components supply line and regulated
voltages to components involved in the functions.
Hydraulic Power to Controls
The pressurized oil system provides fluid for all
hydraulic operations.
Link to Checking Oil Level for more information
Relevant voltage readings:
115 V~ (VAC) at J3, Power inlet. (Read pins 1 & 3)
115 V~ (VAC) at J15, Pump Motor. (Read pins 1 & 2)
115 V~ (VAC) at J1 (Hydraulic Valve Bank)
Read pins 9 + 1, 2, or 3 for Base UP
Read pins 6 + 1, 2, or 3 for Base DOWN
Look at LEDs for the J9 - 12, Control (Comm)
Communication Ports to verify power and activity
LED ON = device connection is seen by software
LED BLINKING = comm port is receiving a command
from a user
Base Up
Base Down
When a Base Up button is pressed, the control
device senses the command and converts it to an
electronic signal. This signal is sent, thru the air,
to the remote control base antenna (if wireless
remote button was pressed) or by wire (if wired
control button was pressed) to the chair PC board.
When a Base Down button is pressed, the control
device senses the command and converts it to an
electronic signal. This signal is sent, thru the air,
to the remote control base antenna (if wireless
remote button was pressed) or by wire (if wired
control button was pressed) to the chair PC board.
The PC board supplies 115 V~ (VAC) to turn the
Pump on, then, 115 V~ (VAC) to the Base Up
Solenoid to open the Base Up valve.
The PC board supplies 115 V~ (VAC) to the Base
Down Solenoid which opens the Base Down
valve. Gravity pulls the hydraulic fluid out of the
base cylinder, into the oil tank, lowering the base
cylinder shaft and the base.
As the Pump Motor runs, fluid is pumped thru the open Base Up valve, filling the
base cylinder, extending the shaft and raising the base.
The PC board monitors sensory devices
throughout the chair and determines if all preconditions required for the function are met.
Base continues up until:
1. Base Up button is released.
2. Base reaches upper extent.
3. Thermal overload on the pump trips.
Thermal overload switch resets after approximately ten minutes cooling time.)
Base continues down until:
1. Base down button is released.
2. Base reaches lower extent.
3. Collision Protection System activates.
Note
The PC Board constantly monitors safety limit
switches and sensory devices on the chair.
The Collision Protection System activates when
a chair cover (equipped with a safety limit switch)
hits an object as it is moving down.
The chair stops and raises slightly to disengage
contact; The chair also beeps until the control
button is released.
Normal operation can resume once the object
is removed and the safety limit switch becomes
inactive.
Models:
153810
Serial Numbers:
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Back UP / DOWN Function
This illustration shows the components involved it the Back Up / Down function. See following page for more detailed description of the function.
Hydraulics
Electrical
Power ON indicator
(If light is OFF see
Power to the Chair).
Pump
Back Cylinder
AMP
1
2
3
4
Oil Tank
Hydraulic
Valve Bank
Control
Comm LEDs
Hydraulic
Valve Bank
1
2
3 4
P
Facility Power
115 V~ (VAC)
or
230 V~ (VAC)
Pump
Power Inlet
115 V~ (VAC)
or
230 V~ (VAC)
Models:
Control Communication
(VDC)
(Comm) Ports 12 V
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Serial Numbers:
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Back UP / DOWN Function
Is there Power to the Chair?
When voltage is present at J3 on the PC Board the
Power light is ON.
(Refer to Power to the Chair more information)
Power to Controls
(VDC) to J9 thru J12
PC board supplies 12 V
control pad communication ports.
Back Up
Back Down
When a Back Up button is pressed, the control
device senses the command and converts it to an
electronic signal. This signal is sent, thru the air,
to the remote control base antenna (if wireless
remote button was pressed) or by wire (if wired
control button was pressed) to the chair PC board.
When a Back Down button is pressed, the control
device senses the command and converts it to an
electronic signal. This signal is sent, thru the air,
to the remote control base antenna (if wireless
remote button was pressed) or by wire (if wired
control button was pressed) to the chair PC board.
Outputs are activated in this sequence:
1. Pump Relay (D13)
2. Pump Triac (D1)
3. Back Up Relay (D12)
If all safety bail limit switches are closed, the Back
Down Relay (D11) is activated.
The PC board supplies 115 V~ (VAC) to turn the
Pump on, then, 115 V~ (VAC) to the Back Up
Solenoid to open the Back Up valve.
As the Pump Motor runs, fluid is pumped thru
the open Back Up valve, filling the back cylinder,
extending the shaft and raising the back.
Relevant voltage readings:
115 V~ (VAC) at J3, Power inlet. (Read pins 1 & 3)
115 V~ (VAC) at J15, Pump Motor. (Read pins 1 & 2)
115 V~ (VAC) at J1 (Hydraulic Valve Bank)
Read pins 7 + 1, 2, or 3 for Back UP
Read pins 8 + 1, 2, or 3 for Back DOWN
Look at LEDs for the J9 - 12, Control (Comm)
Communication Ports to verify power and activity
LED ON = device connection is seen by software
LED BLINKING = comm port is receiving a command
from a user
Models:
The PC board monitors sensory devices
throughout the chair and determines if all preconditions required for the function are met.
Back continues up until:
1. Back Up button is released.
2. Back reaches upper extent.
3. Thermal overload on the pump trips.
(Thermal overload switch resets after approximately ten minutes cooling time.)
Motion stops in this sequence:
1. Back Up Relay (D12) turns off
2. Pump Triac (D1) turns off
3. If no further movement after a few seconds,
the Pump Relay (D13) turns off.
The PC board supplies 115 V~ (VAC) to the Back
Down Solenoid which opens the Back Down valve.
Gravity pulls the hydraulic fluid out of the back
cylinder back into the oil tank, lowering the back
cylinder shaft and the back.
Back continues down until:
1. Back down button is released.
2. Back reaches lower extent.
3. Collision Protection System activates.
Note
The PC Board constantly monitors safety limit
switches and sensory devices on the chair.
The Collision Protection System activates when
a chair cover (equipped with a safety limit switch)
hits an object as it is moving down.
The chair stops and raises slightly to disengage
contact; The chair also beeps until the control
button is released.
Normal operation can resume once the object
is removed and the safety limit switch becomes
inactive.
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Serial Numbers:
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Collision Protection System and the
Home Function
This illustration shows the safety bail limit switches involved
in this system. See following page for a more detailed
description of how this system works.
Chair
Pivot
Cover
Chair
Back
Lower
Lift
Cover
Upper
Lift
Cover
Lower
Lift
Cover
Power ON indicator
(If light is OFF see
Power to the Chair).
Base
Cylinder
Cover
How Safety Bail Limit Switches Work
Switches can be used as Normally OPEN or Normally CLOSED
devices. The switch name describes the rest (normal) state.
The active state is opposite the normal state.
AMP
Normally CLOSED (NC) Switch
Normal
State
Plunger UP
Active
State
(Not
Shown)
Plunger DOWN
Current flows thru switch and
exits NC path
1
Common
(NC)
Current flows into switch and
exits NO path
2
3
4
(NO)
= Current path
Normally OPEN (NO) Switch
Normal
State
Plunger DOWN
Current flows into switch and
exits NO path
Active
State
(Not
Shown)
Plunger UP
Current flows thru switch and
exits NC path
Models:
Common
(NC)
(NO)
Facility Power
115 V~ (VAC)
or
230 V~ (VAC)
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Serial Numbers:
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Power Inlet
115 V~ (VAC)
or
230 V~ (VAC)
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Collision Protection System and
the Home Function
The system:
The chair has six safety bail limit switches wired in
series mounted in these areas:
Lower Pivot Cover
Upper Lift Arm Cover
Lower Lift Arm Cover (right and left sides)
Base Cylinder Cover
Chair Back
All of these switches are normally closed switches
except for the Chair Back switch, which is a normally
open switch.
How functions are disabled:
1. When a cover equipped with a normally closed
switch makes contact with an object as the base
is moving downward, the switch opens.
2. When the back makes contact with an
object as the back is moving downward, the
switch actuator bracket moves away from the
normally open switch, closing it.
How are functions resumed:
1. Release the down control button.
2. Remove the object obstructing downward
movement.
3. Press control buttons to resume operation.
The Home Function
The home position is a software directed base
height, back up position convenient for installation
procedures or patient access.
Tap any lift arm or a pivot cover three times to
activate the home function.
Note
The PC Board constantly monitors safety limit
switches and sensory devices on the chair.
The Collision Protection System activates when
a chair cover (equipped with a safety limit switch)
hits an object as it is moving down.
The chair stops and raises slightly to disengage
contact; The chair also beeps until the control
button is released.
Normal operation can resume once the object
is removed and the safety limit switch becomes
inactive.
The chair beeps as it moves and stops
beeping when it reaches the home position.
Relevant voltage readings:
115 V~ (VAC) at J3, Power inlet. (Read pins 1 & 3)
12 V
(VDC) at J4 Limit Switch Connector
When any safety bail switch moves out of its normal
position, power is removed from the Base and Back
Down Hydraulic Valve Bank solenoids.
LED indicators:
After and obstruction is hit, the base (or back) stops
lowering and raises a little so the object can be
removed.
Look at LED D17 to read status of all safety bail
switches .
LED ON = all switches are in normal state
LED OFF = one or more switches is active
Models:
Note
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Position Programming
This programming function allows a user to program and store up to four specified seat and back position configurations
for a quick single button recall. See following page for a more detailed description of how this system works.
Hydraulics
Power ON indicator
(If light is OFF see
Power to the Chair).
Electrical
Back Tilt
Sensor
Pump
AMP
1
2
3
4
Base Cylinder
Hydraulic
Valve Bank
Lift Arm
Tilt Sensor
1
2
3 4
P
Hydraulic
Valve Bank
Facility Power
115 V~ (VAC)
or
230 V~ (VAC)
Pump
Power Inlet
115 V~ (VAC)
or
230 V~ (VAC)
Back Cylinder
Models:
153810
Serial Numbers:
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Position Programming
To program a button to a specified position....
The system:
Two tilt sensors (accelerometers) constantly monitor
positions, relative to the floor, of the lift arm (base)
and the back. This data is transmitted to the PC
board where the software stores it, enabling a user
specified position to be recalled using a single
programmed, position button.
A) Use the arrow buttons to move the chair to desired position.
B) Press and hold any position button two seconds to set it for
that position. The chair beeps three times to indicate the
button is programmed.
To recall a programmed position....
Recalling a programmed position:
A) Press the desired position button (1, 2 3 or 4). The chair will move to the programmed coordinates stored for that button.
When a programmed position is recalled, the PC
board software activates all the required functions
(at the same time) to return the base and back to the
same coordinates the software has stored for that
programmed button.
Note
The chair can be stopped any time during a
programmed positioning sequence by pressing
any other button on the control device.
Relevant voltage readings:
115 V~ (VAC) at J3, Power inlet. (Read pins 1 & 3)
115 V~ (VAC) at J15, Pump Motor. (Read pins 1 & 2)
115 V~ (VAC) at J1 (Hydraulic Valve Bank)
Read pins 7 + 1, 2, or 3 for Back UP
Read pins 8 + 1, 2, or 3 for Back DOWN
Read pins 9 + 1, 2, or 3 for Base UP
Read pins 6 + 1, 2, or 3 for Base DOWN
Look at LEDs for the J9 - 12, Control (Comm)
Communication Ports to verify power and activity
LED ON = device connection is seen by software
LED BLINKING = comm port is receiving a command
from a user
1
2
Position
Buttons
3 4
P
1
4
DA2070
DA2069_a
Models:
153810
Serial Numbers:
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Chair Calibration and the Override Function
Chair Calibration is an automated routine of software controlled outputs working with continuous sensory inputs that keep the chair moving with precision, within
an acceptable range of extents. The Override function allows a user to move the chair anytime it is powered, by bypassing software directed chair movements.
See following page for a more detailed description of how this system works.
Hydraulics
Electrical
Power ON indicator
(If light is OFF see
Power to the Chair).
Program
Dipswitches
and Test
Button
Back Tilt
Sensor
Pump
AMP
1
2
3
4
Base Cylinder
Hydraulic
Valve Bank
Lift Arm
Tilt Sensor
1
2
3 4
P
Hydraulic
Valve Bank
Facility Power
115 V~ (VAC)
or
230 V~ (VAC)
Pump
Power Inlet
115 V~ (VAC)
or
230 V~ (VAC)
Back Cylinder
Models:
153810
Serial Numbers:
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Chair Calibration and the Override Function
Chair Calibration is an automated, software directed routine of chair movements that identifies and stores data expressing the full range of acceptable chair
movements. The Override function allows a user to move the chair anytime it is powered, by bypassing software directed chair movements.
The system:
Override Function
Two tilt sensors (accelerometers) constantly monitor
positions, relative to the floor, of the lift arm (base)
and the back. This data is transmitted to the PC
board where the software uses it locate the ends
of travel points, calculate working values for these
points and store these values in memory.
The wireless remote has an override function,
activated by pressing and holding the P button and
any arrow button simultaneously.
The override function allows a user to raise or lower
the seat or back any time the chair is powered. The
override function is directed by the user’s button
inputs, which override software directed inputs.
Chair Calibration
Calibration is an automated routine of the full range
of back and seat movements performed to collect,
calculate and store data that expresses this motion in
the software’s “language” and then test the results of
the routine.
Link to Chair Calibration Procedure
Manual Calibration
Manual calibration is a modified version of the chair
calibration routine, allowing a user to manually set
the travel limits of the seat and back for a customized
application.
Link to Manual Chair Calibration Procedure
Relevant voltage readings:
115 V~ (VAC) at J3, Power inlet. (Read pins 1 & 3)
115 V~ (VAC) at J15, Pump Motor. (Read pins 1 & 2)
115 V~ (VAC) at J1 (Hydraulic Valve Bank)
Read pins 7 + 1, 2, or 3 for Back UP
Read pins 8 + 1, 2, or 3 for Back DOWN
Read pins 9 + 1, 2, or 3 for Base UP
Read pins 6 + 1, 2, or 3 for Base DOWN
Look at LEDs for the J9 - 12, Control (Comm)
Communication Ports to verify power and activity
LED ON = device connection is seen by software
LED BLINKING = comm port is receiving a command
from a user
Note
Dipswitch #4 must be moved to the ON position
to perform calibration.
Dipswitch #4 must be moved to the OFF position for normal operation of the chair.
Always cycle the power off/on when changing
the dipswitch position.
Models:
153810
Serial Numbers:
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Rotational Brake and Lockout Feature
This illustration shows only the rotational brake components. For more details on how it works see the next page.
Rotational
Brake Limit
Switches
Power ON indicator
(If light is OFF see
Power to the Chair).
Rotational
Brake
Facility Power
115 V~ (VAC)
Power Inlet
115 V~ (VAC)
Models:
153810
Serial Numbers:
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[Revised: 10/22/19]
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Rotational Brake and Lockout Feature
An electric rotational brake holds the chair in place by inserting a stop pin into one of a series of holes spaced around the pivot hub. A software controlled
lockout feature completely locks out all chair movement when activated.
Lockout Feature:
The system:
A lockout feature is provided to disable all electronic controls on
the chair to prevent unintentional use.
Stepping on either brake release pedal on the chair base frame, closes a limit
switch enabling the brake solenoid to activate, drawing in the stop pin and allowing
the chair to rotate freely.
To activate the lockout feature, press either of the brake release
pedals five times in succession. The chair beeps five times to
indicate it is locked out. (Buttons on control devices and the
brake release pedals will no longer work.)
When the brake release pedal is released, the solenoid releases the spring-loaded
stop pin, allowing it to pop into the next hole it comes to in the pivot hub.
Pivot Hub
To release the lockout feature, press either of the brake release
pedals five times in succession. The chair again beeps five times
to indicate it is unlocked. (Buttons on control devices and the
brake release pedals will function normally again.)
Manual Release
Relevant voltage readings:
Brake Solenoid
Stop Pin
115 V~ (VAC) at J3, Power inlet. (Read pins 1 & 3)
115 V~ (VAC) at J16, Rotational Brake (Read pins 1 & 2)
12 V
(VDC) at J8, for Power Light and Brake Limit Switches
Brake Release
Pedal
Models:
Serial Numbers:
153810
V806684 thru V1835865
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Rotational Brake and Lockout Feature
An mechanical cylinder holds the chair rotation in place. A software controlled lockout feature completely locks out all chair movement when activated.
Lockout Feature:
The system:
Stepping on either brake release pedal on the chair base frame, closes a limit switch enabling
the brake solenoid to activate, moving linkage to activate the button at the end of the cylinder
allowing the piston to extend and retract enabling the chair to rotate.
When the brake release pedal is released, the solenoid returns linkage to the original position
with no pressure on cylinder button the piston is unable to extend or retract locking the chair
rotation.
To activate the lockout feature, press either of the brake release
pedals five times in succession. The chair beeps five times to
indicate it is locked out. (Buttons on control devices and the
brake release pedals will no longer work.)
To release the lockout feature, press either of the brake release
pedals five times in succession. The chair again beeps five times
to indicate it is unlocked. (Buttons on control devices and the
brake release pedals will function normally again.)
Brake Solenoid
Brake Linkage
Brake Cylinder
A lockout feature is provided to disable all electronic controls on
the chair to prevent unintentional use.
Pivot Hub
Relevant voltage readings:
115 V~ (VAC) at J3, Power inlet. (Read pins 1 & 3)
115 V~ (VAC) at J16, Rotational Brake (Read pins 1 & 2)
12 V
(VDC) at J8, for Power Light and Brake Limit Switches
Brake Release
Pedal
Models:
Serial Numbers:
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153810
V1835866 - V2188924
[Revised: 12/16/19]
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Rotational Brake and Lockout Feature
An electric rotational brake holds the chair in place by inserting a stop pin into one of a series of slots spaced around the pivot brake lock plate. A software
controlled lockout feature completely locks out all chair movement when activated.
Lockout Feature:
The system:
Stepping on either brake release pedal on the chair base frame, closes a limit switch
enabling the brake solenoid to activate, drawing up the stop pin and allowing the chair
to rotate freely.
When the brake release pedal is released, the solenoid releases the spring-loaded
stop pin, allowing it to pop into the next slot it comes to in the pivot brake locking plate.
To activate the lockout feature, press either of the brake release
pedals five times in succession. The chair beeps five times to
indicate it is locked out. (Buttons on control devices and the
brake release pedals will no longer work.)
To release the lockout feature, press either of the brake release
pedals five times in succession. The chair again beeps five times
to indicate it is unlocked. (Buttons on control devices and the
brake release pedals will function normally again.)
Brake Solenoid
Pivot Hub
A lockout feature is provided to disable all electronic controls on
the chair to prevent unintentional use.
Stop Pin
Pivot Brake
Lock Plate
Relevant voltage readings:
115 V~ (VAC) at J3, Power inlet. (Read pins 1 & 3)
115 V~ (VAC) at J16, Rotational Brake (Read pins 1 & 2)
12 V
(VDC) at J8, for Power Light and Brake Limit Switches
Brake Release
Pedal
Models:
Serial Numbers:
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153810
V2188925 - Present
[Revised: 12/16/19]
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Upholstery
SerenEscape Heat and
Massage Connectors
(optional)
Headrest
Back
Lift up and pull towards
foot end to remove seat
Mounting
Post
Tab
Rotate
Locking
Knob
Models:
Slot
Arm Screw
153810
Serial Numbers:
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Lift Arm and Base Front Covers
Step 1: Raise chair and disconnect power supply.
A) Raise chair approximately 26 to 28” from floor.
B) Disconnect power supply from chair.
warning
Always disconnect chair from the power source before removing
any covers. Failure to do so may result in personal injury.
Equipment Alert
Tap a lift arm or lower pivot cover three times to raise
the chair to the pre-programmed “home” position; a convenient height for installation or patient access.
Step 2: Remove upper arm lift cover.
The chair beeps until it reaches the home position.
A) Push clips in with a slotted screwdriver to release clips.
B) Lift upper arm lift cover up to free front clips from shaft.
Upper Lift Arm
Cover
Lower Lift Arm
Cover
Base Front
Cover
Step 4: Remove lower arm lift cover.
A) Working one side at a time, move cover
to the side and back to free it from
mounting pins.
DA3335i
Step 3: Remove base front cover.
A) Grasp bottom of base front cover
B) Rotate up and out to remove.
Models:
153810
Serial Numbers:
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Pivot and Base Covers
warning
Always disconnect chair from the power source before removing
any covers. Failure to do so may result in personal injury.
Step 1: Remove upper pivot cover.
Two screws mount the upper pivot cover on the chair pivot.
Switch
Bracket
Shoulder
Bolts
DA
Lower Pivot
Cover
Upper Pivot
Cover
Step 2: Remove lower pivot cover.
Cover hangs from two shoulder bolts and hooks over two pins
on the switch bracket.
Base
Cover
Step 3:Remove base cover.
Push in with a screwdriver to release clip and lift base cover to remove.
Models:
153810
Serial Numbers:
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Seat Shrouds and Frame Covers
warning
Seat Shroud
(RH)
Always disconnect chair from the power source before removing
any covers. Failure to do so may result in personal injury.
Shoulder
Screw
Washer
Seat Frame
Top Frame
Cover
Frame Cover
(RH)
Frame Cover
(LH)
Models:
153810
Serial Numbers:
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Checking Oil Level
Step 1: Position chair.
A) Rotate chair to the right for more room to work.
B) Tap a lift arm cover three times to raise chair to
the home position.
C) Lower back until level with seat.
D) Disconect chair from power supply.
warning
Always disconnect chair from the power source before
removing any covers. Failure to do so may result in
personal injury.
Step 2: Remove upper lift arm cover.
Lift Arm
Covers
A) Push in with a slotted screwdriver to release
upper lift arm cover clips. Lift cover off chair.
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Checking Oil Level - continued
Step 3: Check oil level.
A)
B)
C)
D)
Equipment Alert
Remove screw in cap bracket and rotate bracket to remove.
Pull up on oil cap to remove from reservoir.
Oil should be level with the base of the oil cap opening.
Add only Hydraulic Oil with Viscosity ISOVG 32. if oil level is low.
Factory fill volume: 1.3 - 1.4 U.S. quarts
(1.2 - 1.3 liters).
Oil Cap
Oil Level
Cap Bracket
Step 4: Install oil cap, cap bracket and lift arm cover.
A) Push oil cap into tank opening.
B) Place bracket over screw, rotate bracket to fit over oil cap and
screw into tank.
C) Replace upper arm lift cover - see Step 2.
D) Connect chair to power supply.
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Chair Calibration procedure
note
Calibration is only required if the chair is not operating at all, or if it is not raising/lowering to the proper extents.
Power to the chair must also be cycled after moving the #4 dipswitch to complete the procedure.
Calibration should always be performed after replacing a chair’s PC Board, a tilt sensor or any lift mechanism.
Movement of the chair is monitored by sensory devices that keep the chair within the range of motion accommodated by the drive mechanisms controlling the chair.
The Calibration Mode is a programmed routine of chair movements that locates the end of travel points, calculates working values for these points, stores these
values in memory and then tests the results of the routine. Follow these steps to calibrate a chair.
Step 1: Unplug the chair from the power supply.
Step 2:
Step 6: Install PC Board Cover and Upper Lift Arm Cover.
Plug chair back into to power supply.
Activate control buttons to test chair operation.
Remove the Upper Lift Arm Cover and PC
Board cover (2 screws). Locate S1 and S2
switch components on the Chair PC board.
Step 5: Unplug the Chair and move dipswitch #4 on S2 program
switch out of Calibration Mode (OFF position).
push in with a screw driver to release
clips and lift upper arm lift Cover
up to free front clips from shaft. lift
Cover must be removed to access
Chair pC board and cover.
equipment alert
Control buttons do not work normally during a Calibration Mode.
Pressing any button (including the S1 Test pushbutton) will stop
the chair movement and end the Calibration Mode.
release
clips (2)
Step 4: Plug chair into power supply and press the TEST
button on switch S1.
As soon as the TEST button is pressed, Calibration
begins. Step back and allow the chair to complete
all 3 up/down cycles of the calibration routine.
Chair pC
board
Note: The chair emits a short beep every 2 seconds while calibrating. When
finished calibrating the chair emits 3 long, confirmation beeps.
Step 3:
Move the #4 dipswitch on the S2 program
switch to the Calibration Mode position (ON).
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The Calibration Mode has failed if the chair emits 1 long beep at the end of
the calibration mode.
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Manual Calibration - use to set your own high
and low extents for base and back travel.
note
Manual Calibration is only required to modify one or more of the limit of travel extents the base and back are
set to originally.
Power to the chair must be cycled after dipswitch #4 is returned to OFF position to complete the procedure.
Base and back movements are monitored by sensory devices that keep them within a controlled range of extents. Manual Calibration is a modified calibration routine
that allows you to set your own end of travel points, stores these values and then tests the results of the routine. Below is the Manual Chair Calibration procedure.
Manual Calibration...
A) Unplug chair from power supply.
B) Remove uper lift arm cover and PC Board cover (two screws).
Locate S1 and S2 switches on the PC board.
C) Move dipswitch #4 on the S2 Prog SW to ON position.
D) Plug chair into power supply, press and hold the TEST button
on S1 switch (for five seconds). Listen for a beep to indicate it is in
Manual Calibration mode. Beeps continue, one every 5 seconds,
as long as you are in manual calibration.
E) Extents can be manually set or skipped for each of these base and
back travel points using the same keypad selections.
Extents must
always be set in
this order:
Base Low
Back High
Base High
Back Low
push in with a screw driver to release
clips and lift upper arm lift Cover
up to free front clips from shaft. lift
Cover must be removed to access
Chair pC board and cover.
release
clips (2)
To set an extent:
Move base or back to desired
extent, then press and hold
button 1 for two seconds to set
the extent.
Two beeps
indicate
extent is set.
Chair pC
board
OR, to skip setting current extent:
Press and hold button 4 for two
seconds.
Two beeps
indicate
extent remains
at chair limit.
Note: You can abort the manual calibration procedure any time by pressing the TEST
button on S1 switch.
Dipswitch #4
F) As soon as the final (Back High) extent is set the calibration routine
begins. Step back and allow the chair to complete the necessary
number of up/down cycles, which takes a few minutes.
Manual Calibration continued...
Note: The chair emits a short beep every 2 seconds while calibrating. When calibration
is successful, the chair emits three long, confirmation beeps.
G) Unplug chair from power supply and move dipswitch #4 on S2
program switch out to OFF position.
H) Install covers (see B).
I) Plug chair back into to power supply.
J) Activate keypad and remote buttons to test operation.
If calibration failed, the chair emits one long beep at the end of the routine.
Repeat entire Manual Calibration.
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Manual Calibration Page Anchor
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programming Chair positions
To program a button to a specified chair position....
A) Use the arrow buttons to move the chair to desired position.
B) Press the Program Button. You will hear a single beep to
indicate you are in the program mode*.
C) Press the desired Position Button (1, 2, 3, or 4) to set the
programmed position to that button. You will hear three
beeps to indicate the button is programmed.
note
The chair can be stopped any time during a programmed
positioning sequence by pressing any other button on the
control device.
alternate/foot Control programming Method: With the chair
in the desired position, you can just press and hold a position
button 2 seconds. The chair will beep three times to indicate the
button is programmed.
* The Control device gives you 3 seconds to press (program) a Position button
after you are in the Program mode. After 3 seconds the control returns to the
normal operating mode.
2
all the numbered
buttons are position
buttons
1
3
1
4
4
DA2070
special programming features
The number 4 Position Button is capable of being programmed to invoke any
one of these three different functions.
program button
1
2
1
2
3
4
A) The Cuspidor Return Function.
B) The Return to the Last Position Function.
C) Function the same as any other Position button.
Which of these functions the 4 button invokes is dependant on a
dipswitch setting on the PC Board and should only be changed
by a service technician.
3 4
P
DA2071
To recall a programmed position....
Press desired Position Button (1, 2, 3, or 4).
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synchronize the Wireless remote
If nothing happens when any button on the
Wireless Remote is pressed and no led lights on
the PC board flash, the remote either needs new
batteries or needs to be synchronized.
To synchronize the remote:
1. Chair must be Powered ON.
2. Verify that Chair has been calibrated.
(Refer to Chair Calibration procedure in
Installation Guide 003-1923-99).
3. Remove Upper Arm Lift Cover* and the PC
Board cover (two screws).
4. Locate the S2 PROG SW on the PC board
and set the dipswitch 4 to the ON position.
Listen for two beeps.
5. Press and hold buttons 2 and 3 on the
remote within three seconds from
moving dipswitch 4. Listen for three
short beeps from the Chair then three
beeps from the Remote.
6. Set dipswitch 4 to the OFF position to
complete the synchronization process.
7. Replace PC Board & Upper Arm Lift covers.
* push in with a screw driver to
release clips and lift upper arm
lift Cover up to free front clips
from shaft. lift Cover must be
removed to access pC board
cover.
Battery Contacts
Leaf-Springs
Chair pC
board
Clips
DA2551i
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Synchronize Remote
Dipswitch 4
[Revised: 7/16/13]
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Verifing LIN Connections
LIN Coupler
Step 1: Use LIN Coupler to check connectors.
A) Unplug LIN connections from the LIN coupler.
B) Remove two screws and the metal cover from the LIN coupler.
warning
Use caution when operating equipment
with covers removed.
Step 2: Check for faulty O (outgoing) harness.
Replace O if the I (incoming) harness illuminates the LED
when plugged into either side.
LED
Step 3: Check for a faulty LIN Coupler.
The LIN coupler is faulty if the I harness illuminates the
LED ONLY when plugged into the LED side.
Step 4: Check for a faulty I harness.
Replace the I harness if it does not illuminate the LED when
plugged into either side.
Note: This check is only valid when power is present in the I harness.
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PC Board Wiring Diagram, Harnesses & Information
PC Board Information
Outputs
Potted Back Tilt Sensor
(includes harness)
Chair Back 3 [VDC])
Chair Safety Bail Limit Switches
(12 [VDC])
Assistant’s
Chair Back
COM
Rotational Brake
Solenoid
115 or 230 V~
COM
COM
NC NO
NO NC
NC NO
Lower
Lower
Upper
Lift Cover
Lift Cover Lift Cover
COM
NO
NC
NO
NO
Base
Cylinder
NC
NO
NC
115V~ Motor Capacitor
(45 Mfd, 220V~ (VAC)
230V~ Motor Capacitor
(14 Mfd, 420V~ (VAC)
Thermal Overload
115 or 230 V~
Back Down
Buzzer
Back Up
LED
K1
Base Down
D9
K2
Base Up
D10
K3
Back Down
D11
K4
Back Up
D12
K5
Triac
Pump-R
Pump-T
K6
COM
COM
COM
NC
NC NO
PC Board Description
Work Together
Rotational Brake
D13
D1
D2
Indicator LEDs
LED
Brake (comes on when break pedal is
pressed)
D15
OK (comes on when both limit switches
J5 and J6 are closed)
D17
* Foot Control (option)
D22
Dental Light (option)
D18
* Remote Control Base Station (option)
D20
Assistant’s Unit Keypad (option)
D21
Delivery Unit Keypad (option)
D23
Extra (used for options)
D19
* One of these options is required
Base Down
Information
Base Up
Connector
Auxiliary Output (Line VAC)
J2
Cuspidor Power and Rinse
J5
Test Plugs for Factory Use Only
Solenoids
Keypad Communication Lines
Hydraulic Valve Assembly
(115 or 230 V~ [VAC])
Communication Terminal for
non-chair mounted Lights
J7 & J14
J9 - 12
TB1
PC Board Wiring Diagram
and Harnesses: Elevance Chair
Item
H
A Chair with no cuspidor has a
jumper across this connector and
across J6 (cuspidor limit switch).
Description
Part
Number
A
Safety Bail Harness
015-2239-00
B
Brake Release / Power Light Harness
015-2237-00
C
Potted Back Tilt Sensor
015-3015-01
D
Cuspidor Power / Limit Switch Harness
015-2323-00
E
Solenoid Adapter Harness
015-2321-00
F
Pump Adapter Harness
015-2320-00
G
Rotational Brake Solenoid Harness
015-2319-00
H
Jumper (For NO Cuspidor chairs, not shown)
015-1478-00
Color Abbreviation Chart
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BASE UP Hydraulic Function
Solenoid Valve Unit
SV1
P
Base Up
Solenoid
(Open)
Pressurized By Pump
Return By Gravity
SV3
Back Up
Solenoid
(Closed)
Suction Created By Pump
No Flow
Energized Device
PRV
Pressure
Relief
Valve
(Closed)
TV1
Throttle
Valve
Base Up
CV1
Check Valve
Base Up / Down
(Open)
CV2
Check Valve
Back Up / Down
(Closed)
TV3
SV2
Base Down
Solenoid
(Closed)
Pump
(Running)
SV4
Back Down
Solenoid
(Closed)
TV2
Throttle
Valve
Base Down
TV4
R
Base Damper
Back Damper
TV5
Throttle Valve
Base Function
TV6
Throttle Valve
Back Function
A
B
Vent
Base Cylinder (Extending)
Vent
Reservoir
Back Cylinder
Color Abbreviation Chart
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BASE DOWN Hydraulic Function
Solenoid Valve Unit
P
Pressurized By Pump
SV3
Back Up
Solenoid
(Closed)
SV1
Base Up
Solenoid
(Closed)
Return By Gravity
Suction Created By Pump
No Flow
PRV
Pressure
Relief
Valve
(Closed)
Energized Device
TV1
Throttle
Valve
Base Up
CV1
Check Valve
Base Up / Down
(Closed)
CV2
TV3
SV4
Back Down
Solenoid
(Closed)
SV2
Base
Down
Solenoid
(Open)
TV2
Throttle
Valve
Base Down
Pump
(Off)
TV4
R
Back Damper
Base Damper
TV6
Throttle Valve
Back Function
TV5
Throttle Valve
Base Function
A
B
Vent
Base Cylinder (Retracting)
Vent
Reservoir
Back Cylinder
Color Abbreviation Chart
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BACK UP Hydraulic Function
Solenoid Valve Unit
P
Pressurized By Pump
SV3
Back Up
Solenoid
(Open)
SV1
Base Up
Solenoid
(Closed)
Return By Gravity
Suction Created By Pump
No Flow
PRV
Pressure
Relief
Valve
(Closed)
Energized Device
TV3
Throttle
Valve
Back Up
CV1
TV1
CV2
Check Valve
Back Up / Down
(Open)
Pump
(Running)
SV4
Back Down
Solenoid
(Closed)
SV2
Base Down
Solenoid
(Closed)
TV2
TV4
R
Back Damper
Base Damper
TV5
Throttle Valve
Base Function
TV6
Throttle Valve
Back Function
A
B
Vent
Base Cylinder
Vent
Back Cylinder (Extending)
Reservoir
Color Abbreviation Chart
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BACK DOWN Hydraulic Function
Solenoid Valve Unit
P
Pressurized By Pump
SV3
Back Up
Solenoid
(Closed)
SV1
Base Up
Solenoid
(Closed)
Return By Gravity
Suction Created By Pump
No Flow
PRV
Pressure
Relief
Valve
(Closed)
Energized Device
TV3
Throttle
Valve
Back Up
CV1
TV1
SV2
Base Down
Solenoid
(Closed)
CV2
Check Valve
Back Up / Down
(Closed)
SV4
Back
Down
Solenoid
(Open)
TV4
Throttle
Valve
Back Down
TV2
R
Back Damper
Base Damper
TV6
Throttle Valve
Back Function
TV5
Throttle Valve
Base Function
A
Pump
(Off)
B
Vent
Base Cylinder
Vent
Back Cylinder (Retracting)
Reservoir
Color Abbreviation Chart
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Hydraulic Valve Assembly Information
To
Reservoir
Check
Valve
(Back Up)
R
Pressure
Relief
Valve
To & From
Back
Cylinder
B
TV4
Pressure
Relief
Valve
P
PRV
TV3
CV2
B
A
SV2
Base Down
Solenoid
To & From
Base
Cylinder
Back Adjustments
From
Pump
BOTTOM
VIEW
R
TV6
To & From
Back
Cylinder
Throttle
Valve
(Back Up)
To
Reservoir
Throttle
Valve
(Back Down)
Throttle Valve
(Back Dampening Valve)
SV1
Base Up
Solenoid
Base Adjustments
To & From
Base
Cylinder
CV1
TV1
A
TV2
SIDE
VIEW
Throttle Valve
(Base Dampening Valve)
Throttle
Valve
(Base Down)
Throttle
Valve
(Base Up)
Check
Valve
(Base Up)
Note: The Throttle Valves have
been set by the factory and normally
will not require adjustments
(Number of Turns OPEN from the FULLY CLOSED position)
Throttle Valve
Back
Chair Only
Chair w/ L/R or Console
TV1 Base Up
3 Full turns
5 1/2 Full turns
TV2 Base Down
3 1/4 Full turns
2 3/4 Full turns
TV5 Base Damper
3 Full turns
4 1/2 Full turns
TV3 Back Up
1 1/2 Full turns
1 1/2 Full turns
TV4 Back Down
5 1/2 Full turns
5 1/2 Full turns
TV6 Back Damper
5 Full turns
5 Full turns
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[Revised:
[Revised:03/24/2011]
mo/dd/yr]
SV3
Back Up
Solenoid
Base
Damper
Back
Damper
From
Pump
Description
Throttle Valve Settings
Base
SV4
Back Down
Solenoid
TV5
Purpose Of Component
Pressure
Relief Valve
PRV
Dampers
Base - TV5
Back - TV6
Act as hydraulic cushions when raising or lowering base or back for a smooth
stop and start. (ADJUSTED AT THE FACTORY, should not require adjustments).
Check Valves
CV1 Base
CV2 Back
Prevents hydraulic fluid from going back to discharge side of
hydraulic pump during Base Down or Back Down functions.
Base Throttle
Valves
TV1, TV2,
TV5
For setting speed of Base Up (TV1), Base Down (TV2) or both (TV5) functions.
Back Throttle
Valves
TV3, TV4,
TV6
For setting speed of Back Up (TV3), Back Down (TV4) or both (TV6) functions.
Base Solenoid
Valves
SV1, SV2
Electrically operated valves that are normally closed until power is applied to
solenoid. SV1 opens to raise chair from Base. SV2 opens to lower chair to Base
Back Solenoid
Valves
SV3, SV4
Electrically operated valves that are normally closed until power is
applied to solenoid. SV3 opens to raise Back. SV4 opens to lower Back.
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Opens, returning hydraulic fluid directly to reservoir, if pressure in hydraulic
system exceeds maximum allowable limit. Preset at factory, do not change.
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Color Abbreviation Chart
Item
Color
(English)
Farbe
(Deutsch)
Couleur
(Français - Europe)
Color
(español europeo)
Colore
(italiano)
BK
Black
Schwarz
Noir
Negro
Nero
BL
Blue
Blau
Bleu
Azul
Blu
Marrone
BR
Brown
Braun
Marron
Marrón
CL
Clear
Durchsichtig
Incolore
Transparente
Trasparente
GN
Green
Grün
Vert
Verde
Verde
Grigio
GY
Grey
Grau
Gris
Gris
OR
Orange
Orange
Orange
Naranja
Arancione
PR
Purple
Purpur
Pourpre
Morado
Porpora
CL/PR
Clear Purple
Durchsichtig Purpur
Incolore Pourpre
Transparente Morado
Trasparente Porpora
RD
Red
Rot
Rouge
Rojo
Rosso
WH
White
Weiß
Blanc
Blanco
Bianco
YL
Yellow
Gelb
Jaune
Amarillo
Giallo
PK
Pink
Pink
Rose
Rosa
Rosa
TN
Tan
Hellbraun
Fauve
Marrón claro
Tanè (marrone scuro)
BK/WH
Black/White
Schwarz / Weiß
Noir / Blanc
Negro / Blanco
Bianco / Nero
BL/WH
Blue/White
Blau / Weiß
Bleu / Blanc
Azul / Blanco
Blu / Bianco
BR/WH
Brown/White
Braun / Weiß
Marron / Blanc
Marrón / Blanco
Marrone / Bianco
CL/BK
Clear / Black
Durchsichtig / Schwarz
Incolore / Noir
Transparente / Negro
Trasparente / Nero
GN/WH
Green / White
Grün / Weiß
Vert / Blanc
Verde / Blanco
Verde / Bianco
GN/YL
Green / Yellow
Grün / Gelb
Vert / Jaune
Verde / Amarillo
Verde / Giallo
OR/WH
Orange / White
Orange / Weiß
Orange / Blanc
Naranja / Blanco
Arancione / Bianco
PR/WH
Purple / White
Purpur / Weiß
Pourpre / Blanc
Morado / Blanco
Porpora / Bianco
RD/WH
Red / White
Rot / Weiß
Rouge / Blanc
Rojo / Blanco
Rosso / Bianco
VI/WH
Violet / White
Violett / Weiß
Violet / Blanc
Violeta / Blanco
Viola / Bianco
YL/WH
Yellow / White
Gelb / Weiß
Jaune / Blanc
Amarillo / Blanco
Giallo / Bianco
YL/GN
Yellow / Green
Gelb / Grün
Jaune / Vert
Amarillo / Verde
Giallo / Verde
YL/BK
Yellow / Black
Gelb / Schwarz
Jaune / Noir
Amarillo / Negro
Giallo / Nero
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Versailles, OH 45380 USA
1-800-526-3662
1-937-643-6275
www.midmark.com
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