S3 Shoulder CPM Owner`s Manual

S3 Shoulder CPM Owner`s Manual
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OPTIFLEX® S
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Precautionary Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Foreword . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Package Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Product Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Indications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Adjusting the OptiFlex® S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Pendant Nomenclature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Programming the OptiFlex® S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Converting the OptiFlex® S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Transporting the OptiFlex® S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Technical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Parts Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Replacement Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
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PRECAUTIONARY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING – The following precautions should be taken in order
to reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, injury to persons or
damage to the OptiFlex® S:
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Read this manual before assembling or using OptiFlex S.
Only use OptiFlex S on solid, flat surfaces.
Extreme caution should be taken when in use around children.
Use OptiFlex S only as described in this manual.
Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers and all parts of body away from
moving parts of OptiFlex S.
DO NOT use OptiFlex S outdoors or on wet surfaces.
Materials may become flammable or combustible if exposed to a
source of ignition.
Disconnect electrical supply before servicing or cleaning. Failure to
do so could result in electrical shock or personal injury.
DO NOT use OptiFlex S while smoking or around open flame.
Exercise caution when using accessories and auxiliary devices such
as muscle stimulators, ColPaCs and other modalities.
Turn power off before unplugging.
Unplug the power supply by grasping the plug not the cord.
Damage may occur to OptiFlex S if not transported and stored
between 0 and 140°F (-18 to 60°C).
Unplug from power supply when not in use.
DO NOT use if cord or plug is damaged.
Use extra care when touching metal of OptiFlex S after exposure to
cold or heat.
DO NOT handle any electrical apparatus with wet hands.
DO NOT use OptiFlex S as a toy.
Condensation could result and damage OptiFlex S if unit is subjected
to periods of low temperatures followed by periods of high
temperatures.
• DO NOT use on unstable surfaces.
• Precautionary measures should be taken when any type of liquid
comes in contact with an electrical apparatus.
• OptiFlex S is made from high impact materials. However, structural
failure or hidden damage can be caused by shock, impact or dropping
the unit. Use care when transporting and storing unit to avoid
equipment damage.
• To isolate the unit from the power source, disconnect the power cord
at the wall outlet.
• OptiFlex S should only be used after the operator has thoroughly
read and understands this manual.
• Rapid increases in ROM can cause complications.
• OptiFlex S is not to be used in the presence of flammable anesthetic
mixture with air or with oxygen or nitrous oxide.
• Meets IEC/EN 60601-1-2 Electromagnetic Compatibility/interference
safety standard. (Care must be taken when operating this equipment
around other equipment. Potential electromagnetic or other
interference could occur to this or to the other equipment. Try to
minimize this interference by not using other equipment in
conjunction with it.)
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION – These instructions must be read before
starting the device!
• The OptiFlex® S may only be used under the supervision, or by the
order of a physician or other licensed healthcare practitioner.
• Only the original OptiCard™ chip card should be used.
• Make sure that the patient is positioned in an anatomically correct
way. Check the following settings:
1. Anti/retroversions (Horizontal abduction/adduction)
2. Height adjustment
3. Upper arm length adjustment
4. Elbow angle adjustment
5. Lower arm length adjustment
• Changes may only be made to the settings (numbers 1-5, above) without the
patient’s arm in place. Always review settings prior to patient’s use.
• If necessary, large ranges of motion can be set with the OptiFlex S.
Make sure that the CPM device is set so that there is enough space
between the patient’s body and the motion element to ensure safety.
This is especially true in the case of patients who are obese, very
large or very small.
Important! – Unless otherwise prescribed by the supervising doctor, the
movements should be programmed in the following order: adduction, internal
rotation, abduction, external rotation.
CAUTION – Before treatment, a test run involving several
movement cycles should be carried out. Run these tests
without patient first.
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• When in doubt regarding the correct setting and programming,
interrupt therapy immediately. Check the device and contact
Chattanooga Group Customer Service if necessary.
• The programming unit should be explained to the patient and must
be located within the patient’s reach (usually in the storage area
provided) so therapy can be interrupted if necessary.
• The OptiCard should be labeled with the patient’s name and may
only be used for this patient.
• Pay careful attention to pressure points in cases where patients are
obese, very large or very small.
• Movement must always be free of pain and irritation.
• The patient must be fully conscious during instruction and when
using the device.
• In the case of patients who cannot operate the pendant due to
paralysis or shoulder operations on both sides, treatment must be
continuously supervised by specialist staff.
• The doctor or therapist must decide on a case-by-case basis whether
the device can be used with each particular patient.
• Make sure the characteristic values of your power supply correspond
to the voltage and frequency data indicated on the ID plate.
• Only connect the OptiFlex S to correctly installed safety sockets.
• Repair and maintenance work may only be carried out by authorized
personnel, or else all warranty services and liabilities will be void.
• Perform regular checks on all components for possible damage or
loose connections.
• Maximum weight capacity for the OptiFlex S is 330 lbs. (150 kg).
CAUTION – This device should not be used for
patient transport.
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FOREWORD
This manual has been written for the owners and operators of the OptiFlex® S
continuous passive motion machine. It contains general instructions on operation,
precautionary practices, maintenance and parts information. In order to maximize
use, efficiency and the life of your OptiFlex S, please read this manual thoroughly
and become familiar with the controls as well as the accessories before operating
the unit.
Specifications put forth in this manual were in effect at the time of publication.
However, owing to Chattanooga Group's policy of continual improvement, changes
to these specifications may be made at any time without obligation on the part of
Chattanooga Group.
PACKAGE CONTENTS
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OptiFlex S unit
5 OptiCard™ chip cards
1 Pen for OptiCard
1 Operator's Manual
1 Patient Kit
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
The OptiFlex® S is a continuous passive motion machine typically used
postoperatively on shoulder procedures. By repeatedly moving the affected joint in
the prescribed ranges of motion, the OptiFlex S lessens the adverse effects of
immobilization and trauma on the joint (see Indications section, page 7).
OptiFlex S is a prescription device used under the supervision or by the order of a
physician or other licensed healthcare provider.
The OptiFlex S features include:
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Anatomically correct adjustment
Physiological movement processes
The greatest possible range of motion
Hand-held pendant for precise setup of all treatment values
OptiCard™ for storing programmed values
Easy-to-transport design
The OptiFlex S allows the following motions of the shoulder joint:
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Abduction/Adduction
0°- 30° - 175°
Internal/External Rotation
90°- 0° - 90°
Elevation (Flexion) with 60° - 90° flexion of the elbow
0°- 30° - 175°
Ante/Retroversion (horizontal abduction/adduction) set manually
0° - 120°
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INDICATIONS
Clinical Advantages
OptiFlex® S has been shown to aid the rehabilitation of patients post-operatively by:
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Providing early motion
Achieving functional ROM earlier
Achieving greater ultimate ROM
Decreasing post-operative pain and swelling
Possible increase in fluid dynamics
Decreasing hospital stays
Clinical Indications
OptiFlex S may benefit patients who have undergone:
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Shoulder arthroplasty
Revision total joint arthroplasty
Manipulation of elbow or shoulder
Synovectomies
Fractures of radius, ulna and humerus fixation
Intra-articular fractures of elbow or shoulder
Abrasion arthroplasty of elbow or shoulder
Osteotomies (post fixation and healing)
Septic joints
Allographs
Acromioplasty
Operations on soft tissue in the shoulder area
Pseudosthosis and inversion operations
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CAUTION!
ADJUSTING THE OPTIFLEX® S
When you press the START key, the device automatically enters
the programmed movement range. The device stops when it
reaches the preprogrammed range of motion. To start treatment,
program the device if necessary (see Programming the Device
section, page 11), then restart.
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B
Numbers in parenthesis are for assistance with parts identification. References can
be found in the chapter entitled Parts Description, on pages 22 and 23 of this manual.
1. First connect the plug to a safety socket and switch the Main Switch (7) on.
2. Insert an original OptiCard™ (2) into the pendant (1).
3. Activate the programming mode by pressing the AB/ADDUCTION and STOP
buttons at the same time, or hold down the STOP button for five seconds.
4. Move the arm support into a position comfortable for the patient (abduction,
adduction, internal/external rotation or ante/retroversion).
5. Carry out setting from steps number one through five (see numbering on device).
Ante/Retroversion (Horizontal Abduction/Adduction) (Figure A)
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Ante/retroversion is adjusted manually. The aim of the adjustment is to find the most
comfortable position for the patient.
Carry out this adjustment using the Adjustment Knob (11). Tighten the Adjustment
Knob securely after adjustment.
Height Adjustment (Figures B and C )
1. Secure the arm support at the outer tube for upper arm strength (16).
CAUTION!
Make sure that the rotating axis of the device (Motor B) and the
rotating axes of the shoulder joint correspond for
abduction/adduction and rotation (see Figure C).
NOTE: The plugs for the mobility element can only be connected in
one direction (see figure D). Also, make sure that the mobility
element’s connector is always locked on using the safety hinge.
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2. Loosen wing screw (13). Align the axis of Motor A (15) on the patient’s shoulder
joint pivot (see Figure C1). Make sure the patient is in a straight, upright position.
3. The pivot of Motor A (15) must correspond to the pivot of the patient’s shoulder
joint (see Figure C2).
4. Tighten the wing screw (13) securely.
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Adjusting the Upper Arm Length (Figure E)
1. Grasp the motion element on Motor B (20) and loosen the Eccentric Lever (17).
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2. Make sure that the Internal Tube (18) does not jam.
3. Adjust the length and close the Eccentric Lever (17) again.
Adjusting the Elbow Angle (Figure F)
As a rule, the elbow is set to 90° - 60° flexion. For this, loosen the wing screw (19).
For easier adjustment, lift Motor B (20) slightly. After correct adjustment is made,
tighten the wing screw (19).
Setting the Lower Arm Length (Figure G)
Open the Eccentric Lever (25). Pull out the hand support until the lower arm of the
patient rests comfortably between it and the elbow support. Close the Eccentric
Lever (25).
Adjusting the Backrest (Figure H)
1. Loosen the wing Screw (10).
2. Push the backrest upright and tighten the wing screw (10).
3. This upright position allows you to twist the motion element to 0°
ante/retroversion.
CAUTION! – Elbow Angle
Changing the elbow setting to less or more than 90° flexion
causes the setting for the upper arm length to change.
4. Adjust the angle of the backrest in all other ante/retroversion settings in order
to optimize the correspondence between Motor A (15) and the rotating axis of
the patient’s shoulder joint.
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PENDANT NOMENCLATURE
LED DISPLAY
AB/ADDUCTION
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STOP
ROTATION
START
PAUSE
SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS
MOTOR ON/OFF
SET
SPEED
“+”
TIMER
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PROGRAMMING THE OPTIFLEX® S
The following treatment values can be set using the Pendant:
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Abduction/Adduction (Flexion/Elevation)
Internal/External Rotation
Pause for Adduction/Internal Rotation
Pause for Abduction/External Rotation
Motor A/B On/Off
Speed
Timer
CAUTION!
When using a programmed OptiCard™, press the START
button after inserting the card without the patient in place.
The OptiFlex® S moves to the set ranges of motion and
stops. Press START again to start the treatment.
In addition, SPECIAL FUNCTIONS can be programmed or called up (see Programming
Special Functions, page 14). It is only possible to program the device with the
OptiCard™ inserted. Only original OptiCards may be used. Note: Always place the
OptiCard in holder underneath armrest after patient use.
Programming Steps
1. Press the AB/ADDUCTION and STOP buttons simultaneously for one second or
hold down the STOP button for five seconds to switch to programming mode.
2. Select the treatment values in succession by pressing parameter buttons. In the
case of buttons with dual assignment, press the buttons again in order to set
the second treatment value.
3. Use the +/- buttons to change the relevant value. You can run through the values
quickly by holding down the + or - button.
4. Continue programming (see Information on the Treatment Values Programming
[page 12] and Special Functions [page 14] subheadings in this chapter) until you have
entered all the values required.
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CAUTION!
Recommended sequence for programming:
1. Adduction
2. Internal Rotation
3. External Rotation
4. Abduction
Unless otherwise prescribed by the supervising doctor.
CAUTION!
Differences might occur between the angle specifications on
the device and the angles setting of the extremity. Painless,
relaxed movement of the extremity is of paramount
importance.
Programming Steps, Continued
5. Press the STOP button to store all previous values.
6 Pressing the parameter buttons while the device is stopped shows the currently
stored values.
7. Press the START button. The settings will be automatically checked by the
device (settings are shown in the display). After initiating the programmed
Range of Motion, the device will stop at a point midway between the beginning
and the ending range of motion to allow the patient comfortable access.
8. Press the START button again to start the treatment.
NOTE:
The desired motion dimensions must be at least 5° different.
Otherwise, the “DIFF” error code will appear on the LED Display.
Information on the Treatment Values
CAUTION!
When using a programmed patient chip card, press START
after the card has been entered without the patient. The
motion device automatically moves into the motion range
and stops. Press START again to begin treatment.
CAUTION!
If the shoulder immobilization option is used, abduction may
not be programmed above 80°.
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Maximum settings of the motion ranges:
Adduction
Abduction
Elevation (flexion)
(Only to be used in isolation without rotation.
Set Motor B in 90° external rotation and switch off.)
Internal Rotation
External Rotation
Manual
Anteversion (horizontal adduction)
Retroversion (horizontal abduction)
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175°
30° - 175°
90°
90°
120°
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Setting the Pauses
The pauses occur at the limit positions of Motors A and B and can be set separately.
The settable value for pauses is 0 - 30 seconds.
Motors ON/OFF
Motors A and B can be used together or separately.
NOTE: Make sure that at least one motor is always switched on. If this is not the
case, the “MOTOR A/B: OFF!” error code will appear on the LED display.
Setting the Timer
1. The settable values for the timer for therapy time are 1-300 minutes or Continuous.
2. The device will stop at the midpoint of the treatment range automatically when
the therapy time is complete.
3. In Continuous mode, the treatment is terminated by pressing the STOP button.
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Programming the Special Functions
Possible Special Functions:
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New Patient
Warm-up Program
Asynchronous
Reverse-on-load
Therapy Duration
Display Contrast
Service Menu
To program the Special Functions:
1. Switch to Programming mode.
2. Press the FUNC button.
3. Select a special function using the + or - button.
4. Follow the directions on the LED Display.
5. Terminate with the STOP button.
New Patient
When this special function is activated, the OptiFlex® S is reset to the factory setting.
All previously programmed values are deleted.
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The following comprise the factory settings:
Adduction
Abduction
Internal Rotation
External Rotation
Pauses
Motors A/B
Speed
Timer
89°
90°
-1°
1°
0 seconds
ON
100%
Continuous Mode
Reverse-on-load set to Maximum
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All special functions are deactivated
Motors run synchronously
1. Press the FUNC button in Programming mode.
2. Select the “Factory Settings” function with the + or - button.
3. Activate the function with the SET button.
4. Press the START button.
5. The device enters the factory setting and stops automatically.
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CAUTION!
It is generally recommended that the OptiFlex® S be
operated synchronously. The use of asynchronous operating
mode must be medically or therapeutically indicated.
Warm-up Program
The OptiFlex® S has a warm-up mode as a special function. After the warm-up mode
is activated, the OptiFlex S begins the movement in the center between the
programmed values for abduction/adduction, elevation or internal/external rotation.
The extent of movement is increased by 3° in each direction for every motion cycle
until the set values are reached. The device then moves between the programmed
values.
After the therapy time has elapsed and the device is started again, treatment begins
with the warm-up mode unless it is deactivated.
Asynchronous
Motors A and B can be operated synchronously or asynchronously.
In synchronous use, Motors A and B execute a synchronous motion in terms of
adduction-internal rotation and abduction-external rotation.
In asynchronous use, the two motors operate independently in the relevant range of
motion. This mode requires particular care and attention on the part of the operator
to ensure that the OptiFlex S is used without any risks to the patient.
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Reverse-on-load
The OptiFlex® S switches to the opposite direction when the resistance from the
patient exceeds the set level. The adjustment levels available are set 1 - 25, 1 equaling
very light, and 25 equaling very heavy.
CAUTION!
The Reverse-on-load feature is purely a safety component.
The manufacturer accepts no liability if used improperly.
1. Select “Reverse” using the + or - button.
2. Press the SET button.
3. Use the + or - button to set the required level.
4. Activate the special “Reverse” function by pressing the SET button.
5. Select the next function with the + or - button or terminate programming.
Duration of Therapy
The entire length of treatment for each patient can be called up under the “Therapy
Duration” menu item.
1. Select “Therapy Duration” function using the + or - button. The length of therapy
will be displayed.
2. To clear “Therapy Duration” function, hold down the SET button for five seconds.
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CAUTION!
Before treatment, a test run involving several movement
cycles should be carried out first without and then with the
patient.
Display Contrast
This special function adjusts the contrast of the display field.
Press SET and use +/- keys to set the desired contrast on the display between
0 - 100%. To set this value, press SET again.
Service Menu
This is intended for certified service personnel only. See service manual.
Save Data
To save the programmed special functions, press the STOP button.
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CONVERTING THE OPTIFLEX® S
The OptiFlex S is easily converted. See the Parts Description on page 22 to help
locate any parts.
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Programming Steps
1. Set ante/retroversion to 90° (1).
2. Set Motor A to 90° and Motor B to 0°.
3. Loosen the wing screw and draw out the armrest for the healthy side. Place the
armrest on the seat (1a).
4. Hold the arm support at the upper arm tube. Loosen the wing screw, pull out
the arm support and insert it into the receiving tube on the opposite side.
Tighten the wing screw (1b/1c).
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5. Loosen the wing screw at the elbow joint and turn the lower armrest by 180°.
Tighten the wing screw (2).
6. Hold the lower armrest and loosen the wing screw for the swivel mechanism.
Swivel the lower armrest around Motor B to the other side. Tighten the wing
screw (3).
7. Insert the armrest for the healthy side into the receiving tube and tighten the
wing screw.
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WARNING!
To avoid transport damage, always ship the OptiFlex® S in
its original packaging.
TRANSPORTING THE OPTIFLEX® S
Numbers in parenthesis are for assistance with parts identification. References can be
found in the chapter entitled Parts Description, on page 22 of this manual.
1. Set motor A to 35° and motor B to 0°.
2. Switch the device off.
3. Remove the armrest (4) and the assembly (14) that contains the motors and
supports from the outer tube (12).
4. Pull out the connectors for the motors, pendent, and power supply cord. The
armrest and motion element are transported separately.
5. Set ante/retroversion to 0° (adjusting control 11).
6. Loosen the wing screw (10) and push the backrest fully forward. DO NOT
TIGHTEN THE SCREW. The OptiFlex S should always be shipped with the backrest
wing screw loose to avoid damage to the backrest.
7. Remove the two safety bolts and pins located on the underside of the seat. Pull
the chair’s legs out and reinsert them on the other side. Reinsert the safety bolts.
CAUTION!
Never allow liquids to get inside the housing or
programming unit.
CAUTION! - Changing Fuses
Pull out the Main plug before opening the fuse cover. Only
use fuses listed in the Technical Specifications section of
this manual.
CAUTION!
Repairs may only be carried out by authorized personnel.
Please call Chattanooga Group or your Chattanooga Group
Dealer for assistance.
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Before starting the OptiFlex S, make sure that it is at room temperature. If the unit is
exposed to temperatures below freezing during transport, the device MUST BE
ALLOWED TO STAND AT ROOM TEMPERATURE FOR ABOUT TWO HOURS in order
to avoid condensation. The OptiFlex S can only be operated in dry rooms.
MAINTENANCE
• Always unplug the device before cleaning.
• The OptiFlex S can be wiped clean with disinfectant and therefore complies with the
required hygienic standards for medical equipment.
• The housing and detachable arm supports can be cleaned using commonly available
disinfectants and mild household detergents.
• DO NOT SPRAY DISINFECTANT STRAIGHT ONTO OPTIFLEX® S. Wipe clean with a
damp cloth.
• Protect the device from excessive exposure to sunlight.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Electrical Connections
Rated Current Motor
Power Consumption
Fuses
Protection Class
Transport Dimensions
Adjustable Ranges (Min/Max)
High Setting
Upper Arm Length
Lower Arm Length
Seat Height
Weight
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CSA
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100/240 V, 50/60 Hz
2 A Max
33 VA
2 x 1 AT
VDE, Class I, Type B
23”H x 34”L x 23”W
(58 H x 87.5 L x 57.5 W cm)
14” - 28” (35 - 71cm)
8” - 13” (20 - 32cm)
11” - 18” (29 - 46 cm)
19” (48cm)
55 lbs. (25 kg)
Class 2a
IEC 60601-1
1990
+ A1: 1993
+ A2: 1995
CSA 601.1-M90
Standard 2601-1
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PARTS DESCRIPTION
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Pendant
OptiCard™
Storage for pendant
Armrest for healthy arm
Wheels
Main plug
Main switch
Fuse
Connector for motor assembly
Wing screw for backrest
Adjusting knob for ante/retroversion (horizontal abduction/adduction)
Outer tube for height adjustment
Wing screw for height adjustment
Internal tube for height adjustment
Motor A
Outer tube for adjusting the upper arm length
Eccentric lever for adjusting the upper arm length
Internal tube for adjusting the upper arm length
Wing screw for adjusting the elbow angle
Motor B
Elbow support
Lower arm support
Lower arm support belt
Outer tube for adjusting the lower arm length
Eccentric lever for adjusting the lower arm length
Inner tube for adjusting the lower arm length
Wing Screw for swivel mechanism
Hand Support
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Inset of Back
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WARRANTY
OptiFlex® S
Chattanooga Group (“Company”) warrants that the OptiFlex® S (“Product”) is free of
defects in material and workmanship for the amount of one (1) year from the date of
the original consumer purchase of this product. This warranty extends to any owner
of the Product during the warranty period. If this Product fails to function during the
warranty period because of defect in material or workmanship, Company or the
selling dealer will replace or repair this Product without charge within a period of 30
days from the date on which the defective Product is returned to the Company or the
dealer. Company or the dealer will ship the replacement or the repaired Product to the
consumer's facility.
All repairs must be performed by a service center authorized by Chattanooga Group.
Any modifications or repairs performed by unauthorized centers or groups will void
this warranty. To participate in warranty coverage, this Product's warranty registration
card (included with Product) must be filled out and returned to Chattanooga Group by
the original owner within ten (10) business days of purchase.
Soft Goods Kit
Company warrants the Soft Goods Kit is free of defects in materials and
workmanship. This warranty shall remain in effect for thirty (30) days.
This Warranty Does Not Cover
1. Replacement parts or labor furnished by anyone other than the Company, the
dealer or an approved Company service agent.
2. Defects or damage caused by labor furnished by someone other than Company,
the dealer or an approved Company service agent.
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3.
Any malfunction or failure in the Product while it is in the possession of the
owner during the warranty period if the malfunction or failure is not caused by a
defect in material or workmanship, or if the malfunction or failure is caused by
unreasonable use, including the failure to provide reasonable and necessary
maintenance.
Company Shall Not Be Liable for Incidental or Consequential Damages to Property or Business
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
TO OBTAIN SERVICE from Company or the selling dealer under this warranty, the
owner must do or abide by the following:
1. A written claim must be made within the warranty period to the Company or the
selling dealer. If the claim is made to the Company, written claim should be sent to:
4717 Adams Road
P.O. Box 489
Hixson, TN 37343 USA
Phone: 423-870-7200
2. The Product must be returned to the Company or the selling dealer by the owner.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which
vary from state to state.
The Company does not authorize any person or representative to create for it any
other obligation or liability in connection with the sale of the Product. Any
representation or agreement not contained in the warranty shall be void and of no
effect.
OPTIFLEX S USER MANUAL
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REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
Part No.
Qty.
Product Description
20666
20689
20668
20690
20670
20671
20672
20673
20674
20675
20676
20677
20678
20679
20680
20681
20686
20687
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
Electronic Assembly
Pendant Assembly
Armrest Assembly
Motor Assembly
Lower Arm Support
Lower Arm Support Belt
Elbow Support Pad
Eccentric Lever Assembly
Wing Screw
Wing Nut
Scale Left
Scale Right
Seat
Backrest
Wheel Assembly
Tube Cap
Rubber Glide
OptiCard™ Holder
OptiFlex® S Accessories
20660 – Patient Softgoods Kit
20661 – OptiCard Chip cards (5 Pack)
20664 – OptiCard Pen
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ISO 13485 CERTIFIED
4717 Adams Road
P.O. Box 489
Hixson, TN 37343 U.S.A.
1-423-870-2281
1-800-592-7329 U.S.A.
1-800-361-6661 CANADA
+1- 423-870-7200 Outside U.S.A.
+ 1-423-870-2046 Outside U.S.A. FAX
www.chattgroup.com
© 2004 Encore Medical
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