Ergotron SV42-3361 StyleView® Cart Installation Manual

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Ergotron SV42-3361 StyleView® Cart Installation Manual | Manualzz

StyleView powered carts provide electrical AC power for mobile point of care computing equipment in a healthcare environment. The carts are not intended to power medical products or devices. Outlets are provided to power information technology equipment only such as computer equipment and computer peripherals.

Features & Specifi cations ............................................... 3 - 5

Dimensions ...........................................................................6

Set-up ............................................................................ 7 - 18

Adjustment .................................................................. 15-16

Battery Charge/Discharge .................................................17

Auto-Lock Drawer ...............................................................18

Change Fuse (1 Amp) and Reset Circuit Breakers ............19

Change Power System Batteries ................................ 20 - 21

Cart Storage (long term/short term) .................................22

Ergonomics .........................................................................23

Maintenance & Safety ................................................. 23- 26

User Guide

StyleView® SV42 Cart with LCD Mount

For local customer care phone numbers visit: http://contact.ergotron.com

For the latest User Installation Guide and StyleLink Software Download please visit: www.ergotron.com

User's Guide - English

Guía del usuario - Español

Manuel de l’utilisateur - Français

Gebruikersgids - Deutsch

Benutzerhandbuch - Nederlands

Guida per l’utente - Italiano

Användarhandbok - svenska

ユーザーガイド : 日本語

用户指南 : 汉语

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WARNING

AVERTISSEMENT

14mm (9/16”)

LEAD

IMPACT HAZARD!

MOVING PARTS CAN CRUSH AND CUT.

Failure to heed this warning may result in serious personal injury or property damage!

Minimize Lift Tension BEFORE:

Removing Mounted Equipment, Shipping Cart, Storing Cart.

DANGER D’IMPACT !

LES PARTIES EN MOUVEMENT PEUVENT ÉCRASER ET COUPER.

Il existe un risque de blessure corporelle ou d’endommagement matériel en cas de non respect de cet avertissement.

Minimisez la tension d’élévation AVANT : de retirer l’équipement fixé, d’expédier le chariot, de stocker le chariot www.ergotron.com

BATTERY

10 °C

50 °F

29 °C

86 °F

50 °C

122 °F

-20 °C

- 4 °F

Relative

Humidity

Range

5-95% rH

Relative

Humidity

Range

5-95% rH

CAUTION: Close worksurface before opening drawers. Open only one drawer at a time. Do Not push cart when drawers or worksurface are open. Failure to follow these instructions may cause the cart to be unstable.

Operational Storage

This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.

Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.

FCC Compliance Statement

The cart has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.

These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

Changes or modifi cations not expressly approved by Ergotron, Inc. could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

Please contact Ergotron for complete EMC compatibility information.

826-501

IMPORTANT! This product will need tension adjustments once installation is complete. Make sure all equipment is properly installed on the product before attempting range of motion or tension adjustments. Any time equipment is added or changed on this product resulting in a diff erent mounted weight, you should repeat the adjustment steps to ensure safe and optimum operation. This product should move smoothly and easily through the full range of motion and to create a smooth, easy motion. Depending on your product and the adjustment, it may take many turns to notice a diff erence.

Components

A B

1

1x

2

3

1x

1x 1x

1x

12x

4x

2x

3x

4

5

4x

1x

M4 x 10mm

2x

1x

8x

M4 x 10mm

1x

1x

M4 x 8mm

8

6

1x

1x

7

1x

M4 x 8mm

1x

M4 x 5mm

1x

3mm

4x 2x

1x

1x

M4 x 12mm

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Tools Needed

10mm 14mm (9/16")

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2

9

5

4/11

17

18

13

3

1

2a

10

6

8 7

19

17

14

16

15

12

1.

12.

13.

14.

15.

16.

17.

18.

19.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Height Adjustable LCD Mount attaches LCDs or tablet PC's with 75x75 or 100x100mm mounting interface

Worksurface 2a. Worksurface Lock and Release

User Interface for Power System

Secure Storage for Laptop, Thin Client or CPU

Front Handle

Height Adjustment Brake Handle

USB Hub connects keyboard and mouse USB cables

Keyboard tray slides out, tilts and allows for right or left mousing with attached mouse holder

Keyboard Light under Front Handle

Keyboard Light Switch

Cable Management and Storage for excess cables and power supplies

Storage Basket and Rear Handle

Front Locking Casters

Quick Reference Card

Power Cord Hooks

Scanner Holder

Antimicrobial worksurface and antimicrobial coating on wrist rest

Auto-Lock Drawer (see page 3 for drawer confi gurations)

Power System

The StyleView AC Power System allows your power supply to travel with the cart. The Power System is integrated in the base of the cart and comes standard with 2 batteries, power module, User Interface (UI), outlet box and power cord.

• User Interface (UI): Allows power system output to be turned on or turned off , monitors battery charge remaining, and provides low battery charge audible alarm.

• Two 33 Ah Sealed Lead Acid, Absorbed Glass Mat, 12VDC batteries.

• The minimum operational temperature is 10°C (50°F) and the maximum operational temperature is 29°C (86°F). The recommended humidity range for operation is 5-95% rH.

• The recommended cart storage temperature is 15°C (59°F). At this temperature, the battery’s age-related capacity loss is minimized. The minimum storage temperature is -20°C (-4°F) and the maximum storage temperature is 50°C (122°F). The recommended humidity range for storage is 5-95% rH.

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Features & Specifi cations

Part Number Power System

SV42-3311-1

SV42-3321-1

SV42-3341-1

SV42-3361-1

SV42-3311-2

SV42-3311-3

SV42-3311-B

Input: 120VAC/60 Hz; 5.1A

Output: 120VAC/60 Hz, 400VA/300W.

• The cart and power system are certifi ed to UL 60601 and CAN/CSA-C22.2 601.1-M90

Input: 120VAC/60 Hz; 5.1A

Output: 120VAC/60 Hz, 400VA/300W.

• The cart and power system are certifi ed to UL 60601 and CAN/CSA-C22.2 601.1-M90

Input: 120VAC/60 Hz; 5.1A

Output: 120VAC/60 Hz, 400VA/300W.

• The cart and power system are certifi ed to UL 60601 and CAN/CSA-C22.2 601.1-M90

Input: 120VAC/60 Hz; 5.1A

Output: 120VAC/60 Hz, 400VA/300W.

• The cart and power system are certifi ed to UL 60601 and CAN/CSA-C22.2 601.1-M90

Input: 230V~/50 Hz, 2.7A;

Output: 230V~/50 Hz, 400VA, 300W.

• The cart and power system are compliant with EN 60601-1.

Input: 230V~/50 Hz, 2.7A;

Output: 230V~/50 Hz, 400VA, 300W.

• The cart and power system are compliant with EN 60601-1.

SV42-3321-2

SV42-3321-3

SV42-3321-B

SV42-3341-2

SV42-3341-3

SV42-3341-B

SV42-3361-2

SV42-3361-3

SV42-3361-B

SV42-3311-7

SV42-3311-8

Input: 230V~/50 Hz, 2.7A;

Output: 230V~/50 Hz, 400VA, 300W.

• The cart and power system are compliant with EN 60601-1.

Input: 230V~/50 Hz, 2.7A;

Output: 230V~/50 Hz, 400VA, 300W.

• The cart and power system are compliant with EN 60601-1.

Input: 230V~/60 Hz, 2.7A;

Output: 230V~/60 Hz, 400VA, 300W.

SV42-3321-7

SV42-3321-8

SV42-3341-7

SV42-3341-8

Input: 230V~/60 Hz, 2.7A;

Output: 230V~/60 Hz, 400VA, 300W.

Input: 230V~/60 Hz, 2.7A;

Output: 230V~/60 Hz, 400VA, 300W.

SV42-3361-7

SV42-3361-8

Input: 230V~/60 Hz, 2.7A;

Output: 230V~/60 Hz, 400VA, 300W.

Auto-Lock Drawer

1 Drawer*/16 compartments

2 Drawers*/32 compartments

4 Drawers*/28 compartments

6 Drawers*/24 compartments

1 Drawer*/16 compartments

2 Drawers*/32 compartments

4 Drawers*/28 compartments

6 Drawers*/24 compartments

1 Drawer*/16 compartments

2 Drawers*/32 compartments

4 Drawers*/28 compartments

6 Drawers*/24 compartments

*Auto-Lock Drawer

2.5"

(64 mm)

1 Drawer

10.5"

(267 mm)

12.5"

(315 mm)

2 Drawers 4 Drawers 6 Drawers

10.5"

(267 mm)

3.75"

(96 mm)

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Features & Specifi cations

Weight Capacity

With Independent LCD Lift:

6-14 lbs (2.7-6.4 kg)

Without Independent LCD Lift:

20 lbs (9 kg)*

* See "How To Eliminate Independent LCD

Lift" section

0 lbs (0 kg)

<5 lbs (2.3 kg)

Open Worksurface

Closed Worksurface

<13 lbs (5.9 kg) CPU Compartment

<2 lbs (0.9 kg)

see inset, below

*Combined LCD and CPU Compartment weight:

<27 lbs (12.2 kg).

CAUTION:

If the combined LCD and CPU weight is greater than 27 lbs (12.2 kg) then the CPU must be mounted to the rear of the cart using the Universal CPU Holder accessory (ordered separately).

Total weight capacity per drawer.

< 2 lbs (1 kg)

20"

(508 mm)

5"

(127 mm)

20˚

12˚

24˚

90˚ 90˚

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<0.25 lbs (0.1 kg)

Total weight capacity per drawer.

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Dimensions

14.63"

(372 mm)

50.5"

(1283 mm)

40"

(1016 mm)

7" - 12"

(178-305 mm)

8.5"

(216 mm)

2.5"

(64mm)

31" - 51"

(787-1295 mm)

23" - 43"

(584-1092 mm)

15.4"

(390 mm)

17.5"

(445 mm)

3.27"

(83 mm)

3.4"

(86 mm)

7.4"

(188 mm)

3.7"

(95 mm)

19.75"

(502 mm)

13.4"

(340 mm)

2.9"

(74 mm)

31"

(787 mm)

22.38"

(568 mm)

13"

(330 mm)

1.75"

(44 mm)

17"

(432 mm)

4"

(102 mm)

15.5"

(394 mm)

18.3"

(465 mm)

CPU Compartment *

< 4"

(102 mm)

When fi guring dimensions, include mounted accessories, protruding cables and port replicators or docking stations.

Front View

< 12.25"

(311 mm)

< 12.25"

(311 mm)

< 14.75"

(375 mm)**

< 1.38"

(35 mm)

< 13"

(330 mm)

Side View

< 2.3"

(58 mm)

**< 4"

(102 mm)

*< 17.63"

(448 mm)

**< 2.75"

(70 mm)

**< 8"

(203 mm)

< 2.75"

(70 mm)

*< 21.75"

(552 mm)

**< 2.75"

(70 mm)

*< 17.75"

(451 mm)

**< 7.75"

(197 mm)

**< 4.25"

(108 mm)

Top View

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Set-up

1

Release Brake to move riser.

CAUTION! Completely release brake engagement before raising or lowering the cart. Raising or lowering the cart with the brake partially engaged may cause product damage.

2 a

1x b

1x

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1x

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1x

3 a c

Connect Keyboard and Mouse to USB Hub

b

USB

(Type A)

USB

(Type A)

NOTE: Bar Code Scanner should be connected directly to computer USB port.

DO NOT connect Bar Code Scanner to the USB Hub.

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Set-up

4 a

1x

M4 x 5mm

0˚ b

75x75mm / 100x100mm

WARNING

AVERTISSEMENT

1.

2.

3.

IMPACT HAZARD!

MOVING PARTS CAN CRUSH AND CUT.

Failure to heed this warning may result in serious personal injury or property damage!

Raise monitor to top of vertical adjustment BEFORE removing.

DO NOT remove Stop Screw without monitor attached. Doing so will cause monitor pivot to shoot up rapidly and may cause personal injury.

DANGER D’IMPACT !

LES PARTIES EN MOUVEMENT PEUVENT ÉCRASER ET COUPER.

Il existe un risque de blessure corporelle ou d’endommagement matériel en cas de non respect de cet avertissement.

Élevez l’écran au plus haut de l’ajustement vertical AVANT de le retirer.

NE retirez PAS la vis d’arrêt avant que l’écran soit fixé.

Dans un tel cas, le pivot d'écran se relèverait rapidement et cela pourrait engendrer des blessures.

www.ergotron.com

826-502

To increase space and improve airfl ow, power brick may be stored under the storage area.

4x a

1x

2x

2x

M4 x 12mm b c

M4 x 10mm

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5 a d b

6

Plug in power cables.

If you do not have power outlets located here, then follow steps 'a' - 'd' to route power cables.

a

Route power cable down along tower.

1x

1x c

6' (1.8 m)

Power cables need to be 6'

(1.8 m) long.

WARNING! Connecting electrical equipment to the outlet eff ectively leads to creating a medical system and the result can be a reduced level of safety.

7

WARNING

DO NOT OPERATE

GUARD

822-447-00

WARNING! DO NOT OPERATE WITHOUT GUARD IN PLACE. Only remove guard when routing a cable with a large connector through the bottom of the compartment. Replace guard imediately after routing cable. Failure to replace guard my result in equipment damage and or personal injury.

b - d

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Set-up b c

1x

1x d

7 a

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b

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Set-up

8

Place computer and AC power adaptors in compartment. Do not place power bricks near computer or compartment air vents.

a

4x

2x a

4x

4x

4x

M4 x 10mm b b

1x 1x c Plug the following factory connected cables into your computer.

USB: This cable runs from the USB Hub to your computer and uses your computer to power the USB Hub, Keyboard Lights and Fan. (NOTE: Your computer must be turned on for the USB Hub, Keyboard Lights and Fan to function).

Optional StyleLink: This USB cable runs from the power system to your computer for StyleLink Software. For more info on StyleLink visit: http://4support.ergotron.com .

WARNING: Fan must always be running when computer is on. Operating computer without fan may lead to overheating, resulting in reduced equipment performance.

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Set-up d e

DO NOT OBSTRUCT AIR VENTS!

Obstructing air vents may cause overheating and result in equipment damage.

If computer with cables is too wide, then follow these instructions.

1

Placement of CPU's in Secure Storage Area:

USFF (Ultra Small Form Factor) Thin Client

2

Center CPU in storage area.

To increase space and improve airfl ow, power brick may be stored under the storage area.

f

1x

9

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10

11

1x 1x

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Adjustment

12 It is important that you adjust this product according to the weight of the mounted equipment as described in the following steps. Any time equipment is added or removed from this product, resulting in a change in the weight of the mounted load, you should repeat these adjustment steps to ensure safe and optimum operation.

the instructions to loosen or tighten the tension to create a smooth, easy adjustment motion. Depending on your product and the adjustment, it may take several turns to notice a diff erence. a

Lift – Up and down

Release Brake to move riser.

Follow these instructions to tighten or loosen tension.

14mm (9/16")

NOTE: Adjustment may require 40 - 60 revolutions.

b

Tilt – Forward and Backward

Loosen knob, tilt Display to desired position then retighten knob.

1x

M4 x 8mm

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Adjustment c Lift – Up and down Follow these instructions to tighten or loosen tension.

10mm

To Stop Independent LCD Lift

For heavier Displays or when using a

Tablet PC, you can keep the LCD Lift from moving out of position, by installing this screw into one of the three holes on the back of the riser depending on the desired height.

1x

M4 x 8mm

With Independent

LCD Lift:

6-14 lbs (2.7-6.4 kg)

Without Independent LCD Lift:

20 lbs (9 kg)

WARNING

AVERTISSEMENT

1.

2.

3.

IMPACT HAZARD!

MOVING PARTS CAN CRUSH AND CUT.

Failure to heed this warning may result in serious personal injury or property damage!

Raise monitor to top of vertical adjustment BEFORE removing.

DO NOT remove Stop Screw without monitor attached. Doing so will cause monitor pivot to shoot up rapidly and may cause personal injury.

DANGER D’IMPACT !

LES PARTIES EN MOUVEMENT PEUVENT ÉCRASER ET COUPER.

Il existe un risque de blessure corporelle ou d’endommagement matériel en cas de non respect de cet avertissement.

Élevez l’écran au plus haut de l’ajustement vertical AVANT de le retirer.

NE retirez PAS la vis d’arrêt avant que l’écran soit fixé.

Dans un tel cas, le pivot d'écran se relèverait rapidement et cela pourrait engendrer des blessures.

www.ergotron.com

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Follow these instructions to tighten or loosen tension.

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Battery Charge/Discharge

13 a

Initial Power on/Charge Battery

(takes aproximately 7 hours to charge)

Plug Cart's Power Cord into wall outlet.

b

Turn on power system by holding power button down for

1 - 3 seconds.

c

With cart's power cord plugged into the wall outlet, wait until cart is at 100% charge. (takes aproximately up to 7 hours to charge)

Do Not stretch coiled cord further than 8 feet

(2.5 meters), damage to the cord may occur.

07.00

CAUTION: There is no on/off switch on this equipment; the AC power cord is the only power disconnect. The socket outlet should be easily accessible and should be installed near the equipment.

This power system interface will alert you to the percentage of charge remaining in the cart battery with a series of steady or fl ashing red, yellow or green lights, and an alarm that will beep when charge gets below 30%. Remember, the battery needs to be charged to 100% every day, and you can use the cart while charging, so plug-in cord as often as possible to avoid running out of power!

NOTE: Put monitor in power save mode to optimize battery run time.

Battery has 100% charge.

Light fl ashes when charging (power cord plugged into wall outlet) Allow battery to continue charging until light stops fl ashing. After light stops fl ashing, it is OK to unplug the power cord from the wall.

You can use cart while charging.

Battery has less than 90% charge.

Battery has less than 70% charge.

Battery has less than 50% charge.

Battery has less than 30% charge. Light is red and alarm beeps. Plug-in power cord and charge to 100%! You can use cart while charging.

Alarm Mute button. Pressing this will temporarily mute alarm.

Power button for internal power system outlets. Pressing this will provide or remove power to/ from components plugged into the internal outlets.

NOTE: Frequent operation of the cart while battery charge levels are below 30% will signifi cantly reduce the life of your battery and may void your battery warranty.

Keyboard Light 14

1. Turn Computer on.

2. Test Keyboard Light.

Keyboard Light will automatically turn off after 15 minutes if not manually turned off .

When lit, alarm is enabled and will beep when battery charge gets below 30%. For details on enabling and disabling alarm contact Ergotron Customer Care.

When lit, the power system is on.

When dark, power system is off .

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Auto-Lock Drawer

15

NOTE: User should change Master Personal Identifi cation Number

(PIN) upon receipt of cart.

1x

Lost Master PIN

Contact Ergotron Customer Care for instructions.

Ensure that the main power system batteries are installed and functioning. The power does not need to be turned on at the power system user interface.

CAUTION: Close worksurface before opening drawers. Open only one drawer at a time. Do Not push cart when drawers or worksurface are open. Failure to follow these instructions may cause the cart to be unstable.

Set-up Master PIN for the First Time

(Default Master PIN: 12345)

Contact Ergotron Customer Care for instructions if Master PIN is lost.

1. Enter Master PIN (All numbers associated with available drawers will light).

2. Simultaneously press 3 and 5 (Numbers 3 and 5 will light green).

3. Simultaneously press 3 and 5 again (Numbers 3 and 5 will fl ash green).

4. Simultaneously press 3 and 5 a third time (All numbers will light green). You have 5 seconds to enter the new Master PIN.

5. Input new 5 digit Master PIN (All numbers will fl ash green).

6. Wait 5 seconds for system to exit program mode (All numbers will fl ash green several times).

Programming User PINS

1. Enter Master PIN (All numbers associated with available drawers will light).

2. Simultaneously press 4 and 6 (Numbers 4 and 6 will light green).

3. Simultaneously press 4 and 6 again (Numbers 4 and 6 will fl ash green).

4. Simultaneously press 4 and 6 a third time (All numbers will light green). You have 10 seconds to enter a new User PIN.

5. Input new 5 digit User PIN (All numbers will fl ash green). You can continue to enter 5 digit User PINs until fi nished.

After sitting idle for 10 seconds, system will exit program mode (All numbers will fl ash green several times).

NOTE: System will hold up to 100 User PINs. Once 100 User PINs storage is exceeded, the oldest User PIN will be overwritten by the next User PIN programmed.

Unlock Drawer (3 methods):

• Enter Master PIN, then press desired drawer number*.

• Enter User PIN, then press desired drawer number*.

• Key - turn clockwise 1/4 turn

*Drawer Numbers:

1

1

2

1 2 3

4

Lock Drawer:

• Wait 4 seconds for lock to engage automatically.

NOTE: Drawer must be fully closed to lock.

Drawer Troubleshooting

• Key pad numbers are dark:

- Touch anywhere on number pad to activate back-light, (drawer remains locked until you enter valid PIN).

- Check to make sure DC cable is connected.

• Drawer won’t open when User PIN is entered:

- Test system by entering Master PIN. If drawer doesn’t unlock, contact Ergotron customer care for "Lost Master PIN" instructions.

Lights: Meaning

1,2,3,4,5 or 6 and Red mute button

Flashing and alarm sounding: Drawer is open longer than 20 seconds. Mute button can be pressed to mute alarm.

System will not function until drawer is shut and locked.

The number corresponding to the open drawer will Flash Red on the keypad.

All available drawer numbers

Flashing Unlock Drawer )

All available drawer numbers

All fl ash once: New code accepted.

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1 2 3

4 5 6

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How to Change Fuse and Reset Circuit Breakers

1

Turn off all mounted equipment.

2

Disconnect Power System from power source.

3 Turn power system off by holding down the AC Outlet

Power button for 1 - 3 seconds.

Power light will shut off .

4

1 Amp Fuse

Recommended:

Littelfuse 312001P

5

Before reseting circuit breakers, contact Ergotron to determine cause of trip.

6

VOLTAGE

CURRENT

OPERATING SPEED

BREAKING CAPACITY

FUSE RATING

250V

1A

FAST-ACTING

35A @ 250VAC

10000A @125VAC

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How to Change Power System Batteries

WARNING:

RISK OF ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE

• Do NOT swap battery cables, doing so will cause arcing and trip the circuit breaker.

• Do not remove or replace the batteries while cart is located in an oxygen rich or hazardous environment, arcing may occur and cause combustion.

• Replace fi rst battery before removing second battery to reduce the risk of cables touching terminals and causing arcing.

LEAD

BATTERY

• Always replace both batteries!

• Replace fi rst battery before removing second battery.

• Replace batteries with same Amp/Hour rating batteries only.

• Only Ergotron-specifi ed batteries may be used in the StyleView

Power System. Please call customer care for more details.

• Recycle battery or contact Ergotron for proper battery disposal guidelines.

1 a

Turn off all mounted equipment.

b

WARNING

AVERTISSEMENT

BATTERY REPLACEMENT

The power module is configured for two, 33 -Ah batteries.

Only the following batteries are compatible with this system:

• B&B EP33-12

• SBS S-12330

• Longway 6FM33G

• Vision 6FM33D

• Vision 6FM33HD-X

• PBQ PBQ33-12L

• Werker WKA12-33C

• Werker WKA12-35C

Installing batteries other than the 33 -Ah listed above will void the product warranty. Failure to heed this warning may result in severe damage to batteries, power module and possible fire hazard.

REMPLACEMENT DE LA BATTERIE

Le module d’alimentation est configuré pour deux batteries 33 A-h.

Seules les batteries suivantes sont compatibles avec ce système :

• B&B EP33-12

• SBS S-12330

• Longway 6FM33G

• Vision 6FM33D

• Vision 6FM33HD-X

• PBQ PBQ33-12L

• Werker WKA12-33C

• Werker WKA12-35C

L’installation de batteries autres que les batteries 33 A-h citées ci-dessus annulera la garantie du produit. Si vous ne vous conformez pas à cette précaution d’utilisation, les batteries et le module d’alimentation risquent d’être sérieusement endommagés, ce qui pourrait provoquer un incendie. www.ergotron.com

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Disconnect Power System from power source.

c Turn power system off by holding down the AC Outlet Power button for 1 - 3 seconds. Power light will shut off .

2 a b Turn both circuit breakers to "OFF".

3

Caution: Do NOT swap battery cables, doing so will cause sparking and trip the circuit breaker.

a b

10mm (3/8") c

Black

Caution: Remove Black (-) before removing Red (+).

d

LEAD Recycle battery or contact

Ergotron for proper battery disposal guidelines.

BATTERY e f g h

Red

Black

20/26

Caution: Connect Red (+) before connecting Black (-).

Red

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How to Change Power System Batteries

4 a

Caution: Replace only one battery at a time. Do NOT swap battery cables, doing so will cause sparking and trip the circuit breakers.

b c

Black

Red f d

Caution: Remove Black (-) before removing Red (+).

LEAD Recycle battery or contact

Ergotron for proper battery disposal guidelines.

BATTERY g

Black

e h

5 a

Red

Caution: Connect Red (+) before connecting Black (-).

b

6

Follow Battery Charge/Discharge Initial Power on steps a, b, c.

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Cart Storage Instructions

Short Term Storage -

If the Power System will be idle for up to 3 months, the battery should be fully charged before storage.

Long Term Storage -

If the Power System will be idle for 3 months or more, the battery should be removed from the cart and recharged during storage.

Short Term Storage -

If the Power System will be idle for up to 3 months, the battery should be fully charged before storage.

1

Turn off all mounted equipment.

2

Plug power cord into appropriate wall outlet to fully charge battery to 100%

(all indicator lights will be illuminated). Power system must be fully charged before storing!

3 Once battery has been charged to 100%, turn power system off .

a.

Turn power system off by holding down the AC Outlet Power button for 1 - 3 seconds. Power light will shut off .

b. Turn both circuit breakers to "OFF". a b

NOTICE:

Warranty on fully charged batteries left in an unused state for more than three (3) consecutive months is automatically void.

Warranty on fully discharged batteries left in an unused state for more than three (3) consecutive days is automatically void.

Long Term Storage -

If the Power System will be idle for 3 months or more, the battery should be removed from the cart and recharged during storage.

WARNING: Do not remove or replace the batteries while cart is located in an oxygen rich or hazardous environment. Sparking may occur.

1

Turn off all mounted equipment.

2

Disconnect Power System from power source.

3 Turn power system off by holding down the AC Outlet Power button for

1 - 3 seconds. Power light will shut off .

4 5 Turn both circuit breakers to "OFF".

6

Black

Caution: Remove Black (-) before removing Red (+).

7

9 Store battery in cool, dry area while Cart is out of use. Optimal storage temperature is 15°C/59°F. Battery voltage should be checked every three (3) months. If voltage drops below

12.5VDC, fully recharge battery. Contact Ergotron Customer

Care for information about how storage might impact the battery warranty.

10

Red

8

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Ergonomics

Working

customize - to your size

1 Set top of monitor screen about one inch below eye level - Release brake and lift or lower riser as needed.

2 Tilt screen for comfortable viewing and to reduce eye and neck strain.

3 Pull keyboard tray forward and position mouse tray on right or left, as needed.

4 Work with elbows bent at about 90° to minimize muscle strain.

manual for adjustment information.

6 Stay in charge!

Powered carts should be plugged into outlet as often as possible to keep battery charged and computer running.

1

2

Moving

stow - before you go

1 During normal movement, release brake and lower worksurface to lowest position for optimal stability and unobstructed view.

2 Tuck away open trays and return mouse, scanner and other accessories to their places.

3 Unlock both front casters.

4 Push cart from rear with elbows bent at about 90° to maximize control and minimize muscle strain.

5 Don’t run out!

Before moving, make sure cord is unplugged from outlet and hooked to basket for safe travel. Remember, charge battery fully 100% every day!

1

4 3

5

4

5

2

6

3

Maintenance & Safety

Hazard Symbols Review

The Meaning of Symbols appearing in this Guide, on the Cart or on the Power System

These symbols alert you to a safety condition that demands your attention. You should be able to recognize and understand the signifi cance of the following Safety Hazards if you encounter them on the Cart or within Cart documentation such as this Set-up Guide.

Symbol

Signal Word/

Color

Level of Hazard

DANGER

WARNING

CAUTION

CAUTION

Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.

Used without the safety alert symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in property damage.

INSTRUCTIONS

Follow operating instructions.

INSTRUCTIONS

Follow operating instructions.

POWER

"ON" / "OFF" (push-push)

NOTE: Each position "ON" / "OFF" is a stable position.

EQUIPMENT & ACCESSORIES DISPOSAL

1. Please dispose of all batteries in accordance with local law

2. All Electronics should be recycled through an electronics recycler.

3. Remaining plastics and metals can be recycled through a commercial recycler.

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Maintenance & Safety

Cleaning and Maintenance

The following procedures are not guaranteed to control infection. The hospital infection control administrator or epidemiologist should be consulted regarding cleaning procedures and processes.

To avoid risk of electric shock, do not expose electrical components to water, cleaning solutions or other potentially corrosive liquids or substances.

Do not immerse Cart or Cart components in liquid or allow liquids to fl ow into the Cart. Wipe all cleaners off surface immediately using a damp cloth. Thoroughly dry surface after cleaning.

Do not use fl ammable cleaners on Cart surfaces due to close proximity of electrical power and equipment.

All paints and plastic Cart components will withstand cleaning by most commonly used, diluted, non-abrasive solutions such as quaternary ammonia compounds, ammonia enzyme cleaners, bleach or alcohol solutions.

• Pen and permanent and dry erase markers can be removed with 91% isopropyl alcohol and a soft cloth.

• Iodine stains can be removed with commonly used cleaners and a soft cloth.

• Never use steel wool or other abrasive materials that will damage the surface fi nish.

• Do not use strong solvents such as trichloroethylene and acetone. These solvents will damage the surface fi nish.

It is recommended that any cleaning solution be tested on a small, inconspicuous area to ensure surface is not harmed.

Adjustment, Service, Replacement - DO NOT attempt to adjust, service or replace any part of the StyleView Cart unless directed to do so through Ergotron-approved documentation (i.e. installation instructions). Only Ergotron, Inc. or an Ergotron-certifi ed entity may adjust, service or replace StyleView Cart components. If any component on the

Cart is missing or damaged, the Cart must not be used, contact Ergotron Customer Care immediately to request a replacement part.

Cables - Keep cables neatly organized on the Cart (a variety of solutions are provided with your cart for this purpose). Excess cables should be routed away from moving components with cable clips. Review Cable Routing section of this guide, or contact Ergotron Customer Care for more information.

Casters - Check casters periodically to make sure they are clean and free of debris that would prevent smooth travel. Avoid moving Cart across uneven, dirty or damaged surfaces.

Customer Equipment- Make sure equipment is balanced and mounted securely to Cart. Do not reposition Cart components on riser or tower unless instructed to do so in the installation instructions. Moving Cart components too high or too low on the Riser may create an unstable condition, leading to equipment damage or even personal injury. Contact

Ergotron Customer Care for information about moving Cart components.

Safety Alerts Associated with this Product

The following Warnings/Cautions appear in this reference guide or on the cart:

NOTE: Failure to adhere to these guidelines may result in equipment damage or personal injury.

CAUTION: The lift brake helps stablilize the worksurface and keyboard tray during normal use but it DOES NOT increase load capacity. DO NOT load riser with equipment totaling more than the maximum weight capacity specifi ed by Ergotron. Ensure optimum lift function by testing and if necessary, re-adjusting tension whenever the weight mounted to the riser changes (i.e., equipment is removed or added). See "Set Riser Lift Tension" adjustment instructions.

CAUTION: Do not operate StyleView Cart with missing or damaged components! Do not remove, modify or substitute Cart components without consulting Ergotron. If you encounter problems with Cart installation or operation, contact Ergotron Customer Care.

CAUTION: DO NOT overtighten fasteners. Overtightening may cause damage to your equipment.

WARNING: Stored Energy Hazard: The worksurface lift mechanism is under tension and will move up rapidly, on its own, as soon as attached equipment is removed. For this reason, DO NOT remove equipment unless the worksurface has been moved to the highest position on the tower! Failure to follow this instruction may result in serious personal injury and/or equipment damage! When Shipping the cart, set the worksurface lift mechanism to the lowest tension setting.

CAUTION: DO NOT loosen, tighten or remove any other nuts or bolts on the riser or top of tower. Tampering with nuts or bolts may result in an unstable Cart, leading to equipment damage and/or personal injury.

CAUTION: Release Lift Brake before moving work surface! Moving work surface while Lift Brake is engaged may cause serious damage to Lift Engine.

WARNING: In the event that repair of the StyleView Cart is needed, contact Ergotron Customer Care immediately. Cart repair can only be performed by Ergotron, Inc. or by an

Ergotron authorized agent.

WARNING: This cart is not intended for use in a fl ammable, anesthetic mixture or oxygen rich environment.

Confi guration & Safety

Additional multiple socket-outlet or extension cord shall not be connected to the medical system.

When used in a Medical Electrical system, connect only equipment that complies with IEC, ISO, UL/ANSI, or CSA standards that are relevant to that equipment.

Risk of shock or personal injury when connecting non-medical equipment supplied as part of a system directly to the wall outlet when non-medical equipment is intended to be supplied by the multiple socket outlet.

Risk of shock or personal injury when connecting any equipment that has not been supplied as part of the medical system to the multiple socket outlet.

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Maintenance & Safety

Component

UI, Ethernet, USB cables

Fan on side of CPU compartment

Casters

Maximum Load

Power System SLA batteries

Recommended Periodic Inspection and Maintenance

Action How often

Inspect for wear, pinching, bad connectors

Inspect for dust at intake, vacuum as required using a vacuum cleaner that DOES NOT generate ESD

(Electrostatic Discharge)

Inspect for wear and debris

Inspect to ensure that maximum recommended loads are not exceeded

Monthly

Monthly

Monthly

Daily

Replace lead acid batteries 1,2

When instructed by StyleLink or when battery runtime is 80% of original runtime

By whom

Any user

Any user

Any user

Any user

IT Personnel

Power Module

Battery harness

Inspect for dust at intake, vacuum as required using a vacuum cleaner that DOES NOT generate ESD

(Electrostatic Discharge)

Inspect for wear, cracking, pinching, or other damage

Monthly

Monthly

IT Personnel

IT Personnel

Coiled Cord

Inspect for wear, damage, or stretching.

Weekly Any user

1. Please dispose of all batteries in accordance with local law

2. Always replace with similar size battery (33 A-h to replace 33 A-h) and always replace in pairs

Earth Bond Test: To ensure safety grounding between the power cord ground connection and any accessible metal parts on the cart, although not mandatory, the following test is recommended to be performed every two years using a calibrated medical device safety analyzer. The procedure is as follows:

1. Disconnect the cart from mains power (unplug cart from the wall).

2. Remove power from internal power system outlets by pressing the power button on the Power System Interface.

3. Set up Earth Bond Test per the medical device safety analyzer instructions.

4. Connect the Cart power cord to the medical device safety analyzer.

5. Remove cover to access Lift Tension Adjustment point.

6. Attach second medical safety device analyzer probe to Lift

Tension Adjustment point on Cart.

7. Perform Test (25 amps).

8. Ensure Earth Bond is less than or equal to 0.2-ohms.

9. Remove medical device safety analyzer connections to Cart, replace cover over Lift Tension Adjustment point, return the

Cart to service.

Insulation Resistance Test: To ensure mains power lines are adequately insulated from earth ground, the following test, although not mandatory, is recommended to be performed annually using a calibrated medical device safety analyzer. The procedure is as follows:

1. Disconnect the cart from mains power (unplug cart from the wall).

2. Remove power from internal power system outlets by pressing the power button on the Power System Interface.

3. Set up the Insulation Resistance Test per the medical device safety analyzer instructions.

4. Connect the Cart power cord to the medical device safety analyzer.

5. Perform test (500 V).

6. Ensure Insulation Resistance is greater than or equal to 1

Mohms.

7. Remove medical device safety analyzer connections to Cart and return Cart to service.

DANGER!

ELECTRICAL CORDS CAN BE HAZARDOUS

Misuse Can Result in FIRE or DEATH by ELECTRICAL SHOCK.

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Maintenance & Safety

Ergotron Electromagnetic Guidance and Manufacturer’s Declaration

Guidance and Manufacturer’s Declaration – Electromagnetic Emissions

The Powered Computer Cart is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specifi ed below. The customer or the user of the Powered Computer Cart should assure that it is used in such an environment.

Emissions Test

RF Emissions

CISPR 11

RF Emissions

CISPR 11

Harmonic Emissions

IEC 61000-3-2

Voltage fl uctuations/ fl icker emissions

IEC 61000-3-3

Compliance

Group 1

Class A

Class A

Complies

Electromagnetic environment – guidance

The Powered Computer Cart uses RF energy only for its internal function. Therefore, its RF emissions are very low and unlikely to cause any interference in nearby electronic equipment.

The Powered Computer Cart is suitable for use in all establishments other than domestic and those directly connected to the public low-voltage power supply network that supplies buildings used for domestic purposes.

Guidance and Manufacturer’s Declaration – Electromagnetic Immunity

The Powered Computer Cart is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specifi ed below. The customer or the user of the Powered Computer Cart should assure that it is used in such an environment.

Immunity Test IEC 60601

Electrostatic

Discharge (ESD)

IEC 61000-4-2

Test Level

±6 kV contact

±8 kV air

Compliance

Level

Complies

Electromagnetic environment

- guidance

Floors should be wood, concrete, or ceramic tile. If fl oors are covered with synthetic material, the relative humidity should be at least 30%

Electrical Fast

Transient/Burst

IEC 61000-4-3

Surge

IEC 61000-4-5

±2 kV for power supply lines

±1 kV for input/output lines

±1 kV diff erential mode

±2 kV common mode

Complies

Complies

Mains power quality should be that of a typical commercial or hospital environment.

Mains power quality should be that of a typical commercial or hospital environment

Mains power quality should be that of a typical commercial or hospital environment.

Voltage

Dips, short interruptions, and voltage variations on power supply input lines

IEC 61000-4-11

<5% U

T

(>95% dip in U

T

) for 0.5 cycle

40% U

T

(60% dip in U

T

) for 5 cycles

70% U

T

(30% dip in U

T

) for 25 cycles

<5% U

T

(>95% dip in U

T

) for 5 seconds

3 A/m

Complies

Power

Frequency

(50/60 Hz)

Magnetic Field

IEC 61000-4-8

Complies

Note: U

T

is the AC mains voltage prior to application of the test level

Power frequency magnetic fi elds should be at levels characteristic of a typical location in a typical commercial or hospital environment.

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