installation instructions aut series surgical lights

installation instructions aut series surgical lights
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
AUT SERIES
SURGICAL LIGHTS
LFS, AUT_H (Variable Height Hub) &
AUT_ (Extended Length Arm) Models
Read this manual before starting to work! This information is necessary for
the safe and efficient operation of the equipment.
TEC-B-0098 REV3
08/28/14
COMPETENCY AND INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
This product is a Class 2 medical device that is subject to FDA Part 820 requirements. Installation can
only take place by qualified and trained individuals. An Installation Qualification Report is required as
proof of system operational validation prior to clinical use. Contact Skytron for installation needs.
Distributed by:
US - SKYTRON
5085 Corporate Exchange Blvd. S.E.
Grand Rapids, MI 49512 (616) 656-2900
www.skytron.us
Manufactured by:
DKK Dai-lchi Shomei Co., LTD
32-26 Sakashita 1-Chome
Itabash i-Ku, Tokyo 174-0043
JAPAN
SKYTRON EUROPE BV
Floresstraat 52
8022 AD Zwolle
THE NETHERLANDS
The base language for this document is ENGLISH. Any translations must be from the base language document.
Printed copies are not controlled documents.
Although current at the time of publication, SKYTRON'S policy of continuous development makes this manual subject to
change without notice. If current manuals are required, contact your local SKYTRON representative or contact SKYTRON
directly at the distribution addresses listed above.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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TITLEPAGE
SECTION 1. SAFETY INFORMATION..........................................................................................3
1-1. Special User Attention............................................................................................................3
1-2. Safety Precautions.................................................................................................................3
1-3. Label Symbols........................................................................................................................4
SECTION 2. EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS / REQUIREMENTS..............................................5
2-1. Permissible Environmental Conditions...................................................................................5
2-2. Electrical Requirements.........................................................................................................5
2-3. ESD Sensitive Devices...........................................................................................................5
2-4. Connection Means.................................................................................................................5
2-5. National Electric Code, NFPA & ANSI Requirements.............................................................5
2-6. Bending Requirements...........................................................................................................6
2-7. Conduit Requirements............................................................................................................6
2-8. Protective Means....................................................................................................................6
2-9. Final Assembly.......................................................................................................................6
2-10. Fail Safe Compliance...........................................................................................................6
2-11. Shipping................................................................................................................................6
SECTION 3 MODEL IDENTIFICATION.........................................................................................7
SECTION 4. PRE-INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.....................................................................8
4-1. Pre-Installation Requirements................................................................................................8
4-2. Installation Notes....................................................................................................................8
4-3. Uncrating................................................................................................................................8
4-4. Specialty Tools and Equipment..............................................................................................9
SECTION 5. INSTALLATION.......................................................................................................10
5-1. Installation Sequence...........................................................................................................10
5-2. Install Wall Control................................................................................................................12
5-3. Optional Camera Ready Lighthead......................................................................................15
5-4. Install Mounting Hub / RAA..................................................................................................15
5-5. Install Light RAA (LFS Models Only)....................................................................................16
5-6. Adjust RAA Stops.................................................................................................................16
5-7. Install Ceiling Cover(s).........................................................................................................17
5-8. Install VST and BOM............................................................................................................18
5-9. Install AUT7 Lightheads (If Applicable).................................................................................19
5-10. Install Model AUT5 Lightheads (If Applicable)....................................................................19
5-11. Install Flatscreen Mounting Assembly (LFS Models Only).................................................20
5-12. Fixture Adjustments............................................................................................................21
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TITLEPAGE
SECTION 6. MOUNTING STRUCTURE GUIDELINES..............................................................23
6-1. LFSAUT and Extended Arm Mounting Structure Guideline.................................................24
6-2. LFSLFSAUT Mounting Structure Guideline.........................................................................25
6-3. AUT_H Mounting Structure Guideline..................................................................................26
SECTION 7. INSTALLATION DRAWINGS..................................................................................27
7-1. Typical Light Fixture Conduit and Wiring Requirements (LFSAUT55 Shown).....................27
7-2. Typical Wiring Diagram........................................................................................................28
7-3. Typical Light Fixture Conduit and Wiring Requirements (LFSAUT55TV Shown).................29
7-4. Typical Wiring Diagram (TV Models)....................................................................................30
SECTION 8. REVISION HISTORY..............................................................................................31
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SECTION 1. SAFETY INFORMATION
1-1. Special User Attention
The procedures described in this manual will be
performed by representatives of the owner (staff or
contracted service), therefore it is the responsibility
of the owner to ensure that all safety precautions
are followed. Only qualified and trained individuals
should attempt the installation of this product.
1-2. Safety Precautions
The following is a summary of DANGERS,
WARNINGS, and CAUTIONS denoted in this
manual. These precautions are found throughout
the manual where they are applicable. Carefully
read the manual before proceeding to operate or
service the equipment.
DANGER
DANGER with the safety alert symbol, is used to
indicate a hazardous situation that, if not avoided,
will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING
WARNING with the safety alert symbol, is used to
indicate a hazardous situation that, if not avoided,
could result in death or serious injury.
To avoid the risk of electric shock, this
equipment must only be connected
to a supply mains with protective
earth ground.
DO NOT remove lighthead when
support arm is in down position. The
BOM will be severely damaged and
it may result in bodily injury.
CAUTION
CAUTION with the safety alert symbol, is used to
indicate a hazardous situation that, if not avoided,
could result in minor or moderate injury.
This fixture requires that electrical
connections are made by a licensed
electrician in accordance with state,
local, and national electrical codes
using UL (Underwriters Laboratory)
recognized materials.
Connection of the fixture wires must
be made using crimp connectors.
Main terminal devices shall be so
located or shielded that, should a
wire of a stranded conductor escape
when the conductors are fitted,
there is no risk of accidental contact
between live parts and accessible
parts. Acceptable shielding methods
include UL approved shrink tubing
and electrical tape. DO NOT use
damaged wire.
Use a Genie lift or other appropriate
lifting device to install each RAA.
CAUTION
CAUTION without the safety alert symbol, is used
to address practices not related to personal injury
but with a possibility of damage to equipment.
This equipment is intended for use by
healthcare professionals only. This
equipment may cause radio interference
or may disrupt the operation of nearby
equipment. It may be necessary to
take mitigation measures, such as
re-orienting or relocating the lighthead
or shielding the location.
This fixture requires two (2) dedicated
conduit raceways at the wall control to
separate the 100-240VAC facility supply
lines from the DC supply lines to the
lighting fixture. Failure to observe this
requirement will allow the migration of
electrical magnetic interference and
will disrupt the operation of the lights.
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CAUTION (CONT'D)
color codes. White wires (neutral)
on lightheads must remain separate
and not touch any other wire or metal
parts. Incorrect wiring may result in
incorrect polarity being supplied to the
lighthead. This WILL DAMAGE internal
circuitry and components VOIDING
WARRANTY.
This fixture requires a properly
circuit protected, appropriately sized,
dedicated circuit. An isolated power
supply circuit must be protected by an
appropriately sized double pole, single
throw circuit breaker.
SKYTRON surgical lights are packaged
in special containers designed to
prevent damage from vibration or
shock. Always use SKYTRON supplied
containers for shipment.
Aurora 3 lightheads operate on DC
VOLTAGE. The PC boards are
susceptible to static charges even
when not powered. Pay close attention
to wiring diagrams, wire labeling and
The mounting hub must be accurately
leveled within 0.1° to prevent lighthead
drift.
To prevent support arm damage, the
longer screws must be installed in the
holes towards the lighthead.
NOTICE
Indicates important information not related to
personal injury.
1-3. Label Symbols
Symbol
Description
With the word DANGER, indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided,
will result in death or serious injury.
With the word WARNING, indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided,
could result in death of serious injury.
With the word CAUTION, indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided,
could result in minor or moderate injury.
Indicates AC power supply.
Indicates authorized representative in the european community.
Indicates Manufacturer.
Indicates Dangerous Voltage 100-240V ~, 50/60Hz.
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SECTION 2. EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS / REQUIREMENTS
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CAUTION
This equipment is intended for use by healthcare professionals only. This
equipment may cause radio interference or may disrupt the operation of
nearby equipment. It may be necessary to take mitigation measures,
such as re-orienting or relocating the lighthead or shielding the location.
2-1. Permissible Environmental Conditions
2-3. ESD Sensitive Devices
a. During Transport and Storage (in Original
Packaging Materials)
When installing devices with electronic circuit
boards (e.g., lightheads, wall control units),
appropriate precautions should be taken to prevent
damage caused by electrostatic discharge (ESD).
These precautions include as a minimum, the use
of an ESD wrist strap that is properly connected
to an ESD ground.
• Ambient Temperature:
14° to 140° F (-10 to 60 °C)
• Relative Humidity:
10% to 85% (No Condensation)
• Atmospheric Pressure:
14 to 31 inHg (500 to 1060 hPa)
b. During Use - For Dry Locations
• Ambient Temperature:
60° to 85° F (15 to 30 °C)
• Relative Humidity:
30% to 60% (No Condensation)
• Atmospheric Pressure:
20.7 to 31.3 inHg (700 to 1060 hPa)
2-2. Electrical Requirements
CAUTION
This fixture requires that electrical
connections are made by a licensed
electrician in accordance with state,
local, and national electrical codes
using UL (Underwriters Laboratory)
recognized materials.
DO NOT turn on main power to fixture until all
lightheads are installed, connections are complete,
and the fixture has been reviewed by a SKYTRON
representative.
ELECTRICAL HAZARDS EXIST!
Exercise caution when working on this fixture, the
installation of this fixture must be made only by
qualified and authorized personnel familiar with
the essential knowledge and techniques.
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2-4. Connection Means
CAUTION
Connection of the fixture wires must
be made using crimp connectors.
Main terminal devices shall be so
located or shielded that, should a
wire of a stranded conductor escape
when the conductors are fitted,
there is no risk of accidental contact
between live parts and accessible
parts. Acceptable shielding methods
include UL approved shrink tubing
and electrical tape. DO NOT use
damaged wire.
2-5. National Electric Code, NFPA & ANSI
Requirements
The installation of connecting cords between
equipment parts shall meet the requirements of
the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA70, IEC
60601-1 and all local codes, as applicable.
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2-6. Bending Requirements
Connection leads shall be constructed in such a
manner that moveable leads in normal use are
not bent around a radius of less than five times
the outer diameter of the lead concerned. Avoid
conditions employing severe bends to ensure the
integrity of conductors.
2-7. Conduit Requirements
CAUTION
This fixture requires two (2) dedicated
conduit raceways at the wall control to
separate the 100-240VAC facility supply
lines from the DC supply lines to the
lighting fixture. Failure to observe this
requirement will allow the migration of
electrical magnetic interference and
will disrupt the operation of the lights.
Use of approved metal conduit shall be employed
throughout the fixture's wiring circuit where
applicable.
2-8. Protective Means
Proper performance and safety of this fixture can
only be achieved by an adequate grounding system.
Fixture ground must be a dedicated ground point
ultimately bonded to the facilities grounding system
to prevent the migration of electrical interference
generated by other devices.
2-9. Final Assembly
All installations of SKYTRON surgical lights should
be under the direct supervision of a SKYTRON
authorized representative.
Prior to the fixture being placed in service, the
SKYTRON authorized representative must initialize
the fixture and complete the installation report.
To maintain product warranty and performance,
this product requires routine service. Contact
your SKYTRON representative for factory service
or preventive maintenance contracts.
2-10. Fail Safe Compliance
In order for dual or triple lighthead systems to
maintain fail safe compliance, a battery back up
(UPS) or generator back up power system must be
provided in the mains wiring prior to the wall control
which will restore power in five (5) seconds or less.
WARNING
To avoid the risk of electric shock, this
equipment must only be connected
to a supply mains with protective
earth ground.
CAUTION
This fixture requires a properly
circuit protected, appropriately sized,
dedicated circuit. An isolated power
supply circuit must be protected by an
appropriately sized double pole, single
throw circuit breaker.
NOTICE
Fail safe devices are not supplied by
SKYTRON.
2-11. Shipping
CAUTION
SKYTRON surgical lights are packaged
in special containers designed to
prevent damage from vibration or
shock. Always use SKYTRON supplied
containers for shipment.
LFS, AUT_H, AUT_ INSTALL • REV3
SECTION 3 MODEL IDENTIFICATION
Model
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Configurations
Description
LFSAUT <ABC>
Ceiling mounted radial support arm for one (1) flat
screen with up to three (3) Aurora 3 lightheads <ABC>.
Where <ABC> can be any combination of center focus
(e.g., AUT5, 7) and/or camera ready (e.g., AUT5TV,
7TV) lighthead.
LFS
(Flat Screen)
LFSLFSAUT <AB>
AUT <A> - <X>)
AUT_
(Extended Length Arm)
AUT <AB> - <X/Y>
Ceiling mounted radial support arms for two (2) flat
screens with up to two (2) Aurora 3 lightheads <AB>.
Where <AB> can be any combination of center focus
(e.g., AUT5, 7) and/or camera ready (e.g., AUT5TV,
7TV) lighthead.
Ceiling mounted radial arm for one (1) Aurora 3
lighthead <A> that is an extended length radial arm
with an arm lengh of <X>. Where <A> can be either a
center focus (e.g., AUT5, 7) and/or camera ready (e.g.,
AUT5TV, or 7TV) lighthead.
Ceiling mounted radial arm for two (2) Aurora 3
lightheads <AB> that have extended radial arms
with arm lengths of <X/Y>. Where <AB> can be any
combination of center focus (e.g., AUT5, 7) and/or
camera ready (e.g., AUT5TV, 7TV) lighthead.
AUT <A> H - <X>
Ceiling mounted radial arm for one (1) Aurora 3
lighthead <A> that has an extended hub (H) with a
radial arm length of <X>. Where <A> can be either a
center focus (e.g., AUT5, 7) and/or camera ready (e.g.,
AUT5TV, or 7TV) lighthead.
AUT <AB> H - <X/Y>
Ceiling mounted radial arms for two (2) Aurora 3
lightheads <AB> that have an extended hub (H) with
radial arm lengths of <X/Y>. Where <AB> can be any
combination of center focus (e.g., AUT5, 7) and/or
camera ready (e.g., AUT5TV, 7TV) lighthead.
AUT_H
(Variable Height Hub)
Notice
All extended length arms and variable height
hub models require signed submittal drawings.
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SECTION 4. PRE-INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
4-1. Pre-Installation Requirements
Appropriate metal conduit and wiring must be
installed from wall control mount to ceiling mounting
structure. Flexible conduit to extend 18" below
finished ceiling.
100-240VAC, circuit protected, dedicated power
supply line in separate conduit to be provided at
wall control.
Painting and flooring must be complete prior to
fixture installation.
Finished ceiling height must be verified.
Optional camera system models require a 1" metal
conduit from mounting plate to control unit J-box.
In some cases on LFS models, SKYTRON does
not supply the flatscreen (FS) monitor. Please
consult FS monitor instructions for specific details
and requirements. Monitor weight cannot exceed
20 pounds (9.0 kg). Communication/video cables
are provided by others.
The mounting structure for all arm systems must
pass the SKYTRON "Test Jig" procedure. Refer to
mounting structure guidelines in Section 6.
4-2. Installation Notes
Follow the installation instructions and utilize
the SKYTRON Surgical Light Installation Report
to assure proper installation and to meet the
installation qualification requirements.
Should any damage to the fixture be noted while
uncrating, further unpacking should be stopped
and the container with all the wrappings held for
inspection. The transportation company should be
notified immediately so an inspector can be sent.
Consult the Damaged Shipment Claim Procedure
sheet for further details.
Personnel uncrating SKYTRON surgical lights
should be aware that they are delicate medical
equipment and special care in handling should
prevail throughout installation.
a. Uncrating Light Fixture
Open the top of the lighthead box and remove
the packing material. Remove the sterilizable
positioning handle, and lighthead from the crate.
NOTICE
Details may vary depending upon model
and support structure fabrication.
All fixtures use METRIC fasteners.
b. Radial Arm Assembly
When the radial arm assembly is removed from
the crate and set on the floor prior to mounting it,
be sure the mounting flange is toward the floor. If
the arm assembly is set on the floor upside down
the hub cover may be damaged (Figure 4-1).
MOUNTING
FLANGE
Additional materials required for proper installation
include Loctite® compound.
Aurora Series lighting fixtures require a wall
mounted control box. 3/4" metal conduit and
minimum 12 AWG wire is required between wall
control and fixture.
CORRECT
HUB
COVER
4-3. Uncrating
The SKYTRON surgical lighting fixture is normally
shipped in four (4) to six (6) crates, depending on
the model. A carton containing the vertical support
tubes (VSTs), miscellaneous hardware, and various
instructional materials is packed separately.
WRONG
Figure 4-1. Radial Arm Assembly
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c. Lightheads
4-4. Specialty Tools and Equipment
Use extreme caution when removing the contents
from the crates to prevent damage to the lights.
Leave the lightheads in their crates until ready to
install.
The following specialty tools and equipment are
required for performing this installation:
If the lighthead must be set down after it is removed
from the crate, always lay it on the foam shipping
block. DO NOT lay lighthead on the front face.
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•
Metric hand tools
•
Appropriately rated lifting device (Genie Lift)
•
Digital level
•
Torque wrench (ft-lbs)
•
Metric sockets compatible with torque wrench
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SECTION 5. INSTALLATION
5-1. Installation Sequence
a. The LFSAUT lighting fixture should be installed in the following sequence (Figure 5-1):
7/8" THREADED ROD
CEILING
COVER (6)
MOUNTING HUB (2)
STOP
ADJUSTMENTS (5)
HEIGHT
ADJUSTABLE
ARM (9)
LFS/LFSLFS
RAA (2)
UPPER VST (9)
LIGHT RAA (3)
VST (7)
LOWER VST (9)
LIGHTHEAD (8)
LIGHTHEAD (8)
BOM (7)
WALL
CONTROL (1)
0 1 2 3 4 5
2A, 250V
FS MOUNT
(9)
Fast Acting
0 1 2 3 4 5
2A, 250V
Fast Acting
MAIN POWER
40,000 HOUR
INDICATOR
COLOR TEMPERATURE
INDICATOR
4,500K WHEN ILLUMINATED
Figure 5-1. LFS Installation Sequence (LFSAUT55 Shown)
1. Install Wall Control
6. Install Ceiling Cover
2. Install LFS/LFSLFS Radial Arm Assembly (RAA)
7. Install VST and BOM
3. Install Light RAA to LFS/LFSLFS
8. Install Lighthead
4. Install Cable for Camera Ready Lighthead
(Not Shown)
9. Install Flatscreen Mounting Assembly
5. Make RAA Stop Adjustments
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b. Extended Arm/AUT_H Installation Sequence
The extended arm and extended hub (AUT_H) lighting fixture should be installed in the following sequence
(Figure 5-2).
7/8"
THREADED ROD
WALL
CONTROL (1)
MOUNTING
HUB (2)
CEILING
COVER (5)
0 1 2 3 4 5
2A, 250V
Fast Acting
STOP
ADJUSTMENTS (4)
0 1 2 3 4 5
2A, 250V
Fast Acting
MAIN POWER
RAA (2)
40,000 HOUR
INDICATOR
COLOR TEMPERATURE
INDICATOR
4,500K WHEN ILLUMINATED
VST (6)
BOM (6)
LIGHTHEAD (7)
LIGHTHEAD (7)
Figure 5-2. Installation Sequence (AUT55-1500, 1300 Shown)
1. Install Wall Control
2. Install Radial Arm Assembly
3. Install Cable for Camera Ready Lighthead (If Applicable)
4. Make RAA Stop Adjustments
5. Install Ceiling Cover(s)
6. Install VST and BOM
7. Install Lighthead
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CAUTION
Aurora 3 lightheads operate on DC VOLTAGE. The PC boards are susceptible to static
charges even when not powered. Pay close attention to wiring diagrams, wire labeling
and color codes. Wires on lightheads must remain separate and not touch any other
wire or metal parts. Incorrect wiring may result in incorrect polarity being supplied to the
lighthead. This WILL DAMAGE internal circuitry and components VOIDING WARRANTY.
5-2. Install Wall Control
NOTICE
3/4" metal conduit and minimum 12AWG
wire (3 wires per lighthead plus fixture
ground) is required between wall control
and fixture. Flexible conduit should
extend 18" below finished ceiling.
NOTICE
Separate dedicated conduit required for
100-240VAC supply lines to wall control.
All wiring to be in accordance with local,
state and national electrical codes.
a. Remove the front panel assembly from the wall
control box for ease in wire connection. Remove
the (4) screws. Set the front panel assembly aside.
b. Install the wall control box enclosure as desired
for the application (surface or recessed mount) as
shown in the wall control illustration (Figure 5-3).
c. Attach recess mount flange if required for
recessed applications (Figure 5-3).
NOTICE
Room placement of the wall control
will vary by application. Always follow
current standards from the NFPA
(National Fire Protection Agency),
NEC (National Electrical Code) and
IEC (International Electrotechnical
Commission) for proper compliance.
NOTICE
Seismic applications require the use of
approved fasteners.
d. Connect the electrical conductors from front
face plate assembly to the wiring from the fixture.
Observe wire markings and colors. Avoid undue
stress on conductors and internal components.
CAUTION
Connection of the fixture wires must
be made using crimp connectors.
Main terminal devices shall be so
located or shielded that, should a
wire of a stranded conductor escape
when the conductors are fitted,
there is no risk of accidental contact
between live parts and accessible
parts. Acceptable shielding methods
include UL approved shrink tubing
and electrical tape. DO NOT use
damaged wire
e. Make electrical connections using approved
crimp connectors. Observe wire markings and
colors (Figure 5-4).
f. Attach the front panel assembly using the (4)
screws removed in Step a. Use care to avoid
pinching conductors and creating excessive bends
in wiring.
The selection of anchorage fasteners
shall be determined by the engineer of
record and will vary by application. The
selected fasteners must not interfere
with wall control components.
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OPTIONAL BACK-BOX INSTALLATION
FINISHED WALL
120 - 240 VAC INPUT
30 VDC
3/4" CONDUIT *
RECESS MOUNT FLANGE COVERAGE
SINGLE/DUAL 11¾" W x 14"H (298W x 356 H)
TRIPLE 13¾"W x 17¼"H (349W x 438 H)
CONDUIT CONNECTOR *
SINGLE/ DUAL BACK-BOX
8½"W x 11⅝"H x 4" D
(215W x 295 H x 103 D)
TRIPLE BACK-BOX
10½"W x 14½"H x 4" D
(267W x 369 H x 103 D)
NOTE:
FRONT EDGE OF BACK-BOX MUST BE
FLUSH WITH FINISHED WALL SURFACE
SCREW
(A/R) *
STUD
CONTROL BOX WITH RECESS
MOUNT FLANGE INSTALLED
STUD
*CONDUIT AND MOUNTING HARDWARE
PROVIDED BY OTHERS BASED ON APPLICATION.
SURFACE MOUNT
D
SCREW (4) *
RECESSED MOUNT
A
JUNCTION BOX
RECESS MOUNT
FLANGE
E
FRONT
PANEL
V
2A,
(4) ANCHOR
0
0
1
1
3
2
4
5
250
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t Acti
Fas
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3
2
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V
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1-7/8”
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BACK VIEW
Figure 5-3. Wall Control Mounting Options
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DIMENSIONS
(4) SCREW
1” (25)
SIDE VIEW
1
3
250
ng
t Acti
Fas
2A,
250
Fas
5
UR
0 HOOR
40,00ICAT
IND
L
F
3
2
V
2A,
4,5
(4) SCREW
1
4
SINGLE/DUAL
TRIPLE
8-5/8" (220)
10-5/8" (270)
B
4" (100)
4" (100)
C
10-5/8" (270)
14" (355)
D
6-7/8" (175)
8-5/8" (220)
E
7-5/8" (195)
11" (280)
F
6" (153)
6-3/8" (162)
G
10" (255)
13-1/2" (343)
H
7-7/8" (200)
10" (253)
I
11-3/4” (298)
13-3/4” (348)
J
13-7/8” (353)
17-1/4” (438)
K
12-3/8” (315)
15-3/4” (400)
L
10-1/4” (260)
12-1/4” (310)
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FIXTURE JUNCTION BOX
R
R
W
W
BL
BL
G
G
2 DEDICATED CONDUIT
RACEWAYS REQUIRED TO
SEPARATE 100-240VAC INPUT
SUPPLY LINES FROM
30VDC SUPPLY LINES TO
LIGHT FIXTURE
TO LIGHTHEAD #1
TO LIGHTHEAD #2
G
BL
BL
R
R
W
W
FROM WALL CONTROL TO FIXTURE
JUNCTION BOX − 3 WIRES PER LIGHTHEAD
PLUS 1 FIXTURE GROUND
G
BL
BL
R
R
W
W
NEUTRAL - BLUE
LINE - BROWN
GROUND - GREEN W/YELLOW
100-240VAC
INPUT
FROM FACILITY
TO LIGHTHEAD #3
(IF APPLICABLE)
GREEN TO LIGHTHEAD
AND WALL CONTROL
LINE
(BROWN)
NEUTRAL
(BLUE)
100-240VAC
INPUT
TO LIGHTHEAD #1
BL
BL R
W
R
W R
BL
W
R
W
BL
0V
, 25
2A
TO LIGHTHEAD #2
0
0
1
1
2
3
4
5
st
Fa
ing
Act
0V
, 25
2A
2
IN
MA
3
4
5
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Fa
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Act
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Figure 5-4. Wall Control Wiring
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5-3. Optional Camera Ready Lighthead
The optional camera ready system includes a
connector faceplate with a 65 ft. cable that connects
to the light fixture junction box.
The faceplate is mounted in a 2" x 4" junction box
and the cable is run through a 1-1/4" metal conduit to
the light fixture junction box. D-sub 9-pin connectors
are provided for cable connection at the fixture
junction box and at the RAA/VST connection point.
7/8"
THREADED ROD
(BY OTHERS)
NUT (8)
WASHER (8)
(BY OTHERS)
The Camera Ready Lighthead must be installed
with the corresponding camera ready BOM and
VST. Refer to fixture diagrams in Section 7.
5-4. Install Mounting Hub / RAA
CAUTION
Use a Genie lift or other appropriate
lifting device to install each RAA.
NOTICE
The multiple arm assemblies are easier
to handle during installation if the arms
are left taped and tied together.
a. The mounting structure should be fabricated of
steel and welded or bolted to the structural ceiling.
It should be braced in a manner that will allow no
twisting or lateral motion.
NOTICE
See appropriate mounting structure
guidelines located in Section 6. All
installations require the mounting
structure to be tested and comply with
SKYTRON test jig requirements.
b. Install the mounting hub and RAA assembly on
the threaded rods between the jam nuts. The bottom
of the mounting hub should be located a specific
distance from the finished ceiling (specified in the
mounting structure guidelines) to ensure proper
ceiling cover fit and accurately leveled using a digital
level. Tighten the jam nuts securely (Figure 5-5).
CAUTION
The mounting hub must be accurately
leveled within 0.1° to prevent lighthead
drift.
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Figure 5-5 . Mounting Hub/RAA Installation
(LFSLFS Arm Shown)
c. Observe wire tags and color codes, then
connect the electrical wires from the wall control
to the radial arm junction box wires.
CAUTION
Connection of the fixture wires must
be made using crimp connectors.
Main terminal devices shall be so
located or shielded that, should a
wire of a stranded conductor escape
when the conductors are fitted,
there is no risk of accidental contact
between live parts and accessible
parts. Acceptable shielding methods
include UL approved shrink tubing
and electrical tape.
d. ON LFS models, route all video monitor cabling
and power wires through each LFS RAA . If cabling
is not available, a pull cable should be routed to
ease later installation.
NOTICE
An 1-1/4" (30mm) raceway is provided
to accommodate video cabling. Refer
to flatscreen monitor instructions for
specific requirements prior to installation.
Always follow manufacturer's specific
bend radii and state and local code
requirements when installing such
cabling.
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5-5. Install Light RAA (LFS Models Only)
5-6. Adjust RAA Stops
a. Install the Light RAA into the receptacle of the
LFS RAA and secure with six (6) M6 x 10 mounting
screws (Figure 5-6). Align the joint shaft of the light
RAA to the hub assembly and install two (2) M8 x
30 Allen bolts.
LFS, Extended Arm, and AUT_H RAA's have a ball
stop mechanism that allows up to 340° of rotation
in 30° increments. Use the following procedure to
set the stop locations:
ALLEN BOLT (2)
LFS, LFSLFS
RAA
a. Determine the degree of stop rotation and the
location for the stops based on the room layout.
The recommended stop location is over the head
end of the table (Figure 5-7). This will allow the
most flexibility for positioning the FS monitor or
extended arm/hub lights.
STOP
POSITION
SCREW
6M X 10 (6)
HEAD
END
JOINT SHAFT
340°
ROTATION
LIGHT RAA
Figure 5-6. Light RAA Installation
NOTICE
Light RAA wires are tagged for proper
connection to the wall control (top arm
#1, next arm #2, bottom arm [triple arm
models] #3).
Figure 5-7. Determining RAA Stop Locations
b. To alter the stop position (Figure 5-8):
b. Observe wire tags and color codes, then
connect the electrical wires from the wall control
to the radial arm junction box wires.
CAUTION
Connection of the fixture wires must
be made using crimp connectors.
Main terminal devices shall be so
located or shielded that, should a
wire of a stranded conductor escape
when the conductors are fitted,
there is no risk of accidental contact
between live parts and accessible
parts. Acceptable shielding methods
include UL approved shrink tubing
and electrical tape.
STOP PLATE
SCREW (2)
STOP BALL
Figure 5-8. Stop Ball and Stop Plate
Removal/Installation
1. Rotate the upper radial arm until the stop
is contacted.
2. Remove the two (2) screws securing the
stop plate, then remove the stop plate and
stop ball.
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3. Rotate the arm to the desired stop position,
then install the stop ball and stop plate. Secure
the stop plate to the RAA hub using the two (2)
screws removed in Step 2.
4. If applicable, repeat Steps 1 through 3 to
set the stops for the second RAA.
5-7. Install Ceiling Cover(s)
When all adjustments are complete and cables
are routed, install the ceiling cover(s) as follows:
a. LFS and Extended Arm Models
Position and snap the two (2) ceiling halves together
over the groove in the RAA hub as shown in Figure
5-9.
CEILING
COVER
RAA
2. Assemble the upper ceiling cover halves
using provided screws (Figure 5-10). Center
the upper cover in the lower cover, then secure
the upper cover to the ceiling using appropriate
fasteners.
c. AUT_H Covers
1. If fixture hub is located below the finished
ceiling, position and snap the two (2) ceiling
cover halves together over the groove in the
hub as shown in Figure 5-11.
FINISHED
CEILING
FIXTURE
HUB
CEILING
COVER
GROOVE
Figure 5-11. AUT_H Ceiling Cover Installation
(Standard Ceiling)
Figure 5-9. LFS and Extended Arm Ceiling Cover
2. If the fixture hub is recessed above the
finished ceiling, position and snap the ceiling
cover halves together over the groove in
the extended hub collar as shown in Figure
5-12.
b. LFSLFS Model
1. Assemble lower ceiling cover halves over
groove in RAA hub as shown in Figure 5-10 using
the provided screws and trim washers.
FIXTURE
HUB
RECESSED
CEILING
CEILING COVER
(UPPER)
SCREW (2)
CEILING
COVER
SCREW (3)
EXTENDED HUB
COLLAR (GROOVED)
Figure 5-12. AUT_H Ceiling Cover
Installation (Recessed Ceiling)
CEILING
COVER
(LOWER)
SCREW
SCREW 2-1/2"
(4) PROVIDED
BY OTHERS
TRIM
WASHER
Figure 5-10. LFSLFS Ceiling Covers
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NOTICE
If necessary the extended hub collar
can be repositioned up or down the
extended hub shaft by loosening the
set screws that secure the hub to the
shaft, repositioning the hub, and then
retightening the set screws.
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5-8. Install VST and BOM
CAP
NOTICE
Determine correct placement for each
VST and BOM on the RAA. The longest
VST goes into the top RAA.
RAA
a. Install the VST on the BOM, apply Blue Loctite®
to screw threads and secure VST with the Allen
screws provided (Figure 5-13).
VST
VST
Figure 5-15. VST/BOM Assembly to RAA
BOM
SCREW
d. Remove cap from RAA (Figure 5-15). Pull
VST and RAA wires (and connectors for camera
ready VST only) up through access hole in RAA
(Figure 5-16).
D-SUB 9 PIN
CONNECTION
FOR TV
Figure 5-13 Balance Mechanism (BOM)
CRIMP
CONNECTORS
b. Follow the tightening sequence and torque the
screws to 9 ft-lbs (12 Nm) (Figure 5-14).
RAA
5
6
1
3
2
VST
4
Figure 5-14. Screw Tightening Sequence
c. Insert the VST of VST/BOM assembly into the
RAA receptacle (Figure 5-15). Apply Loctite® to
screw threads, and secure the BOM/VST assembly
with the mounting screws following the tightening
sequence (Figure 5-14).
Figure 5-16. Connect VST/RAA Wires
e. Observe the wire colors and connect the wires
from the RAA to the corresponding VST wires
using crimp connectors (Figure 5-16). Connect
D-sub (9-pin) connectors for camera ready VST
(if applicable).
f. Ensure that all wire connections are secure,
then place crimped wires and mated connectors
inside RAA access hole. Re-install cap removed
in Step d.
g. Repeat Steps a through f for each remaining
BOM/VST assembly.
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5-9. Install AUT7 Lightheads (If Applicable)
a. To make it easier to install the lighthead, locate
the support arm of the BOM so that it points inward
toward the ceiling cover (Figure 5-17). This will
prevent the radial arm from moving when installing
the lighthead.
WARNING
DO NOT remove lighthead when
support arm is in down position. The
BOM will be severely damaged and
it may result in bodily injury.
SHIPPING BLOCK
POINT SUPPORT ARM
TOWARD CENTER LINE
Figure 5-17. Position for Lighthead
Installation
b. Remove the six (6) screws from the lighthead
support arm.
c. Install the lighthead mounting collar onto the
support arm and secure with the screws removed
in Step b (Figure 5-18).
CAUTION
To prevent support arm damage, the
longer screws must be installed in the
holes towards the lighthead.
SUPPORT
ARM
MOUNTING
COLLAR
Figure 5-19. Shipping Block
5-10. Install Model AUT5 Lightheads (If
Applicable)
a. To make it easier to install the lighthead, locate
the support arm of the BOM so that it points inward
toward the ceiling cover (Refer to Figure 5-17).
This will prevent the radial arm from moving when
installing the lighthead.
b. Remove the four (4) screws from the lighthead
mounting stub.
c. Install the lighthead mounting stub into the
support arm and secure with the screws previously
removed (Figure 5-20).
SUPPORT
ARM
Figure 5-18. AUT7 Lighthead Installation
d. Pull the lighthead down and remove the shipping
block from the BOM (Figure 5-19).
MOUNTING
STUB
Figure 5-20. AUT5 Lighthead Installation
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d. Pull the lighthead down and remove the shipping
block from the BOM (Figure 5-21).
LFS RADIAL ARM
SCREW
6MX10 (6)
SHIPPING BLOCK
UPPER VST
Figure 5-22. Assemble Upper VST
5
6
3
Figure 5-21. Shipping Block
WARNING
DO NOT remove lighthead when
support arm is in down position. The
BOM will be severely damaged and
it may result in bodily injury.
e. Repeat Steps a through d for each additional
AUT5 lighthead.
5-11. Install Flatscreen Mounting Assembly
(LFS Models Only)
Use the following procedure to install each complete
flatscreen mount assembly, including upper and
lower VSTs, height adjustable arm, and flatscreen
mount:
1
2
4
Figure 5-23. Tightening Sequence
b. Rotate mounting stub of height adjustable arm
clockwise until it contacts the stop (Figure 5-24).
Align height adjustable arm in line with LFS RAA
as shown.
UPPER ARM
HEIGHT ADJUSTABLE ARM
UPPER ARM
NOTICE
As VSTs, height adjustable arm, and
flatscreen mount are being assembled,
make sure that video cabling/wires from
the LFS RAA are routed through them
as they are being assembled.
a. Assemble the upper VST to the LFS RAA using
six (6) M6 x 10mm screws (Figure 5-22) using the
tightening sequence shown in Figure 5-23.
MOUNTING STUB
HEIGHT
ADJUSTABLE
ARM
Figure 5-24. Height Adjustable Arm Alignment
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c. Apply blue Loctite® to screw threads and
assemble the height adjustable arm to the upper
VST using six (6) M6 x 10mm screws and the
tightening sequence shown in Figure 5-25.
5
1
6
3
4
2
5-12. Fixture Adjustments
a. Flatscreen Monitor (Vertical Tension)
Check the vertical tension adjustment of the
height adjustable arm for its capacity to support
the flatscreen monitor throughout its range of
movement. The monitor should move freely yet
maintain its selected position without drifting. If the
monitor drifts, make a vertical tension adjustment
as follows (Figure 5-27):
1/8” PIN PUNCH
Figure 5-25. Tightening Sequence
COVER PLATE
HEIGHT
ADJUSTABLE
ARM
d. Assemble lower VST to height adjustable arm
using four (4) M6 x 8mm screws (Figure 5-26).
HEIGHT
ADJUSTABLE ARM
LOWER VST
SCREW
6M X 8 (4)
2"
4-5/16"
1-1/2"
FS MOUNT
STERILIZABLE
POSITIONING
HANDLE (2)
Figure 5-26. Flatscreen Mount
e. Assemble flat screen mount to lower VST using
four (4) M6 x 8mm screws.
f. Install two (2) sterilizable positioning handles
(PN B1-410-85).
g. If pull string was installed, route all video and
power cables through flat screen mount, lower
VST, height adjustable arm, upper VST, LFS RAA
and hub.
h. Install flatscreen monitor according to
manufacturer's instructions and connect all video
and power cables.
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TENSION
ADJUSTMENT
NUT
SCREW
6M X 8 (4)
Figure 5-27. Vertical Tension Adjustment
1. Remove two (2) screws securing the cover
plate to the top of the height adjustable arm to
access the tension adjustment nut. Set the
screws and cover plate aside.
2. Insert a 1/8" pin punch into a hole in the
adjustment nut and turn the nut as required to
achieve proper tension.
• Turn adjustment nut clockwise to increase
tension.
• Turn adjustment nut counterclockwise to
decrease tension.
NOTICE
The system can support and balance a
monitor weight of up to 20 pounds (9.0
kg). Exceeding the weight will result in
poor balance and performance.
3. Replace the access cover using the two
(2) screws removed in Step 1.
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b. Flatscreen Monitor (Pitch Axis)
If a fine adjustment is needed (Figure 5-29):
Check the adjustment for the flatscreen monitor
pitch axis. The monitor should move freely yet
maintain its selected position without drifting. If
the monitor drifts, make a pitch axis adjustment
as follows:
If a coarse adjustment is needed (Figure 5-28):
FLATSCREEN MOUNT
TENSION SPRING
ADJUSTMENT NUT
PIN PUNCH
TRUNION
NUT
FLATSCREEN
MOUNT
1/8"PIN
PUNCH
SET SCREW
Figure 5-29. Pitch Axis (Fine) Adjustment
1. Rotate the monitor downward until the
adjustment nut is visible on the tension spring
assembly.
Figure 5-28. Pitch Axis (Coarse) Adjustment
1. Loosen the set screw on the trunnion nut,
then insert 1/8" pin punch in the hole opposite
the set screw location and adjust the trunnion
nut as required.
• Turn trunnion nut clockwise to increase
tension.
• Turn trunnion nut counterclockwise to
decrease tension.
2. Tighten set screw when the adjustment is
complete.
2. Use a pin punch to turn the adjustment nut
until proper tension is achieved.
• Turn adjustment nut clockwise to increase
tension.
• Turn adjustment nut counterclockwise to
decrease tension.
c. Light Fixtures
Check all light fixture positioning axis adjustments
and adjust as required. Refer to the service manual
for instructions on positioning axis adjustments.
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SECTION 6. MOUNTING STRUCTURE GUIDELINES
The mounting structure of a Skytron fixture should always be considered the most
important detail of any project prior to installation. Skytron’s ceiling mounted
systems depend upon properly designed and installed mounting structures to
deliver years of dependable performance.
These mounting structure guidelines are a successful, proven design. The
design consists of a welded, “flanged pipe” assembly combined with (4) angled
sway braces (“kickers”). A structural steel pipe combined with welded steel
plates on each end facilitate its attachment to the structural ceiling and provide
an attachment point for the Skytron fixture.
This design eliminates “guess work” by the steel fabricator when compared to
structures that are fabricated on site with angle iron. In many cases the “flanged
pipe” assembly can be pre-fabricated, reducing the on-site construction time.
Once the structures are fabricated, an on-site performance test can be done. The
performance test of the structure involves hanging a “test jig” from the structure,
and then measuring the amount of deflection that occurs at the mounting plate
using a digital level. The test jig is similar in size, shape, and weight to the
Skytron fixtures.
Deflection of the mounting plate causes the radial arm(s) to become out of level
and drift. For a structure to meet Skytron specifications, we require that the
mounting plate does not have more than two-tenths of a degree of deflection
while loaded with the specified weight and moment.
The testing process should occur in the early stages of construction, to provide
optimal time if additional reinforcement is needed on the structure, and should
be performed prior to the completion of the finished ceiling.
The final responsibility to insure that the structure is adequate and meets
specification lies with the structural engineer and the contractor for the project.
Contact Skytron for Test Jig availability
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1-1/8"
(28 mm)
9-1/2"
SWAY BRACING
(4) 90° APART
FINISHED CEILING
7/8" ROD
3" X 3" ANGLE
SWAY BRACING (4)
FLANGE ADAPTOR
(BY OTHERS)
45°- 60°
9-1/2"
18" DIA. CEILING COVER
16-1/2" DIA. ACCESS HOLE
JUNCTION
BOX
3/4” METAL
FLEX CONDUIT
STRUCTURAL CEILING
(4) 1" DIA.
17" DIA. X 1"
6" PIPE
BY SKYTRON
CEILING COVER
(SKYTRON SUPPLIED)
6"
BY OTHERS
STRUCTURAL ANCHORS
(BY OTHERS)
(6) EQUALLY SPACED HOLES
17" DIA. X 1"
LFSAUT / VCAAUT / EXTENDED ARM
MOUNTING STRUCTURE GUIDELINE
This is a GENERAL GUIDELINE ONLY.
7. CONTRACTOR HAS FINAL RESPONSIBILITY for the strength and
stability of the Mounting Structure.
6. Optional Camera Ready Systems require a 1” diameter conduit from the
fixture junction box to the camera control connector junction box. 65’
camera control cable with faceplate and connector supplied by SKYTRON.
Conduit and 2” x 4” junction box supplied by General or Electrical
Contractor.
5. Video cable for monitor routed through arm at installation to be provided by
customer. Approximately 15 feet of cable is required from mounting hub to
monitor.
4. 3/4" metal conduit and minimum 12AWG wire size (3 wires per lighthead
plus fixture ground) required between fixture and SKYTRON supplied wall
control. All metal conduit, wiring, and other electrical materials as well as
installation labor for such materials associated with the installation of the
SKYTRON surgical light to be provided by Electrical Contractor. All
installations of SKYTRON surgical lights should be under the direct
supervision of a SKYTRON representative. All wiring to be in accordance
with local codes and by a certified electrician. Installation requiring power
modules for flatscreen application require a NEMA 4 enclosure provided by
others.
3. All arm fixture installations require the mounting structure to be tested and
comply with SKYTRON test jig requirements.
2. The mounting structure must be attached to structural ceiling and BRACED
TO ALLOW NO TWISTING OR LATERAL MOTION and shall be designed
not to provide a degree of deflection greater than two-tenths of a degree at
the mounting plate or the fixture mounting hub.
NOTES
1. 7/8" support rods located for total support of light, all labor and materials for
fabrication supplied by General Contractor. 7/8" nuts and washers for
support of SKYTRON fixture supplied by contractor (16 ea. required).
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6-1. LFSAUT and Extended Arm Mounting Structure Guideline
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9-1/2"
SWAY BRACING
(4) 90° APART
7/16" (11.5mm)
CEILING COVER
(SKYTRON SUPPLIED)
FINISHED CEILING
7/8" ROD
3" X 3" ANGLE
SWAY BRACING (4)
FLANGE ADAPTOR
(BY OTHERS)
45°- 60°
9-1/2"
16-1/2" DIA. ACCESS HOLE
20" DIA. CEILING COVER
JUNCTION
BOX
3/4” METAL
FLEX CONDUIT
STRUCTURAL CEILING
(4) 1" DIA.
17" DIA. X 1"
6" PIPE
BY SKYTRON
3-3/8" (85mm)
6"
BY OTHERS
STRUCTURAL ANCHORS
(BY OTHERS)
(6) EQUALLY SPACED HOLES
17" DIA. X 1"
LFSLFSAUT / VCALFSAUT
MOUNTING STRUCTURE GUIDELINE
This is a GENERAL GUIDELINE ONLY.
7. CONTRACTOR HAS FINAL RESPONSIBILITY for the strength and
stability of the Mounting Structure.
6. Optional Camera Ready Systems require a 1” diameter conduit from the
fixture junction box to the camera control connector junction box. 65’
camera control cable with faceplate and connector supplied by SKYTRON.
Conduit and 2” x 4” junction box supplied by General or Electrical
Contractor.
5. Video cable for monitor routed through arm at installation to be provided by
customer. Approximately 15 feet of cable is required from mounting hub to
monitor.
4. 3/4" metal conduit and minimum 12AWG wire size (3 wires per lighthead
plus fixture ground) required between fixture and SKYTRON supplied wall
control. All metal conduit, wiring, and other electrical materials as well as
installation labor for such materials associated with the installation of the
SKYTRON surgical light to be provided by Electrical Contractor. All
installations of SKYTRON surgical lights should be under the direct
supervision of a SKYTRON representative. All wiring to be in accordance
with local codes and by a certified electrician. Installation requiring power
modules for flatscreen application require a NEMA 4 enclosure provided by
others.
3. All arm fixture installations require the mounting structure to be tested and
comply with SKYTRON test jig requirements.
2. The mounting structure must be attached to structural ceiling and BRACED
TO ALLOW NO TWISTING OR LATERAL MOTION and shall be designed
not to provide a degree of deflection greater than two-tenths of a degree at
the mounting plate or the fixture mounting hub.
NOTES
1. 7/8" support rods located for total support of light, all labor and materials for
fabrication supplied by General Contractor. 7/8" nuts and washers for
support of SKYTRON fixture supplied by contractor (16 ea. required).
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6-2. LFSLFSAUT Mounting Structure Guideline
(6) 1” DIAMETER
(EQUALLY SPACED)
10-5/8” BOLT
DIAMETER
SWAY BRACING
(4) 90° APART
FIXTURE MOUNTING HUB
(SKYTRON SUPPLIED)
7/16"
(11.5 mm)
7/8" ROD
FINISHED CEILING
3/4” METAL
FLEX CONDUIT
3" X 3" ANGLE
SWAY BRACING (4)
FLANGE ADAPTOR
(BY OTHERS)
45°- 60°
18" DIA. CEILING COVER
16-1/2" DIA. ACCESS HOLE
17" DIA. X 1"
(CUSTOMER SUPPLIED)
13" DIA. FIXTURE MOUNTING HUB
(SKYTRON SUPPLIED)
BY SKYTRON
CEILING COVER
(SKYTRON SUPPLIED)
BY OTHERS
STRUCTURAL ANCHORS
(BY OTHERS)
JUNCTION
6"
BOX
STRUCTURAL CEILING
17" DIA. X 1"
(6) EQUALLY SPACED HOLES
6" PIPE
AUT_H
MOUNTING STRUCTURE GUIDELINE
This is a GENERAL GUIDELINE ONLY.
6. CONTRACTOR HAS FINAL RESPONSIBILITY for the strength and
stability of the Mounting Structure.
5. Optional Camera Ready Systems require a 1” diameter conduit from the
fixture junction box to the camera control connector junction box. 65’
camera control cable with faceplate and connector supplied by SKYTRON.
Conduit and 2” x 4” junction box supplied by General or Electrical
Contractor.
4. 3/4" metal conduit and minimum 12AWG wire size (3 wires per lighthead
plus fixture ground) required between fixture and SKYTRON supplied wall
control. All metal conduit, wiring, and other electrical materials as well as
installation labor for such materials associated with the installation of the
SKYTRON surgical light to be provided by Electrical Contractor. All
installations of SKYTRON surgical lights should be under the direct
supervision of a SKYTRON representative. All wiring to be in accordance
with local codes and by a certified electrician.
3. All arm fixture installations require the mounting structure to be tested and
comply with SKYTRON test jig requirements.
2. The mounting structure must be attached to structural ceiling and BRACED
TO ALLOW NO TWISTING OR LATERAL MOTION and shall be designed
not to provide a degree of deflection greater than two-tenths of a degree at
the mounting plate or the fixture mounting hub.
NOTES
1. 7/8" support rods located for total support of light, all labor and materials for
fabrication supplied by General Contractor. 7/8" nuts and washers for
support of SKYTRON fixture supplied by contractor (24 ea. required).
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6-3. AUT_H Mounting Structure Guideline
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STANDARD
LIGHT FIXTURE
FIXTURE
JUNCTION BOX
WILL DISRUPT THE OPERATION OF THE LIGHT.
ELECTRICAL MAGNETIC INTERFERENCE WHICH
FIXTURE TO PREVENT THE MIGRATION OF
LINES FROM 30VDC OUTPUT LINES TO LIGHT
WALL CONTROL TO SEPARATE 100-240VAC INPUT
2 DEDICATED CONDUIT RUNS REQUIRED AT
NOTE:
FLATSCREEN
MONITOR
MONITOR POWER CORD
AND VIDEO CABLING
(CUSTOMER SUPPLIED)
CUSTOMER
WALL CONTROL
(SKYTRON SUPPLIED)
3/4” METAL
CONDUIT
100-240VAC
INPUT
DEDICATED
3/4” METAL
CONDUIT
12AWG
3 WIRES PER LIGHTHEAD PLUS FIXTURE
GROUND (RED, WHITE, BLUE, GREEN)
30VDC OUTPUT
SECTION 7. INSTALLATION DRAWINGS
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7-1. Typical Light Fixture Conduit and Wiring Requirements (LFSAUT55 Shown)
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7-2. Typical Wiring Diagram
BLUE
N/A (Extended Arm & AUT_H Models J)
.....
....
N/A (Extended Arm & AUT_H Models J)
BROWN
.....
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CAMERA
READY BOM
CAMERA
READY BOM
CAMERA
READY VST
FIXTURE
JUNCTION BOX
2 DEDICATED CONDUIT RUNS REQUIRED AT
WALL CONTROL TO SEPARATE 100-240VAC INPUT
LINES FROM 30VDC OUTPUT LINES TO LIGHT
FIXTURE TO PREVENT THE MIGRATION OF
ELECTRICAL MAGNETIC INTERFERENCE WHICH
WILL DISRUPT THE OPERATION OF THE LIGHT.
NOTE:
FLATSCREEN
MONITOR
1” METAL
CONDUIT
FOR OPTIONAL
CAMERA SYSTEM
CONTROL
MONITOR POWER CORD
AND VIDEO CABLING
(CUSTOMER SUPPLIED)
WALL CONTROL
(SKYTRON
SUPPLIED)
3/4” METAL CONDUIT
100-240VAC
INPUT DEDICATED
3/4” METAL CONDUIT
12AWG, 3 WIRES
PER LIGHTHEAD
PLUS FIXTURE GROUND
RED, WHITE, BLUE, GREEN
30VDC OUTPUT
CAMERA CONTROL
JUNCTION BOX
CUSTOMER
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7-3. Typical Light Fixture Conduit and Wiring Requirements (LFSAUT55TV Shown)
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7-4. Typical Wiring Diagram (TV Models)
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BROWN
N/A (Extended Arm & AUT_H Models J)
8
1
5
3
N/A (Extended Arm & AUT_H Models J)
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SECTION 8. REVISION HISTORY
Date
Revision
08/28/2014
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Revision History
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Added EC-REP to inside cover and on Page 4
Added Revision History section on Page 31.
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