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User Manual
OPERATION MICROSCOPE
HOM-700
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HUVITZ
OPERATION MICROSCOPE HOM-700
Caution
This product may malfunction due to the electromagnetic wave that is
generated by mobile phone, two-way radio and wirelessly controlled
machinery. Please keep this product away from device that affects this product.
It was confirmed that this equipment complies with the restriction on the
medical devices by undergoing Electromagnetic Compatibility test. This
restriction was designed to provide adequate protection against hazardous
interception when installing typical medical device.
The contents of this user manual were inspected carefully, and thus we would
like to believe that the contents are accurate in general. However, HUVITZ
shall not assume any responsibility for any latent mistake or omission that
results from the use of the information that is included in this user manual.
HUVITZ retains the right to modify this product or this product’s specifications
any time without making special notification, and this document may not be
renewed to factor in such a modification.
9000ENG0020-A
Ver 1.0 (June 2013)
©2013HUVITZ Co., Ltd.
298-29 (Gerumjeong-dong), Gongdan-ro, Gunpo-si, Gyeonggi-do, 435-862,
Korea
Producer: HUVITZ Co., Ltd.
16-17 (Hogye-dong), 91-beongil, LS-ro, Dongan-gu, Anyang-si, Gyeonggi-do,
431-848, Korea
HUVITZ Co., Ltd. has the copyright to this document.
This user manual cannot be duplicated in parts or entirely without the approval
of the HUVITZ Co., Ltd., in accordance to the copyright law.
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CONTENTS
1. Introduction ........................................................................................................... 5
1.1. Purpose of use................................................................................................ 5
1.2. Product overview ............................................................................................ 5
1.3. Grade classification and matters included ...................................................... 6
2. Safety information ................................................................................................. 7
2.1. Introduction ..................................................................................................... 7
2.2. Explanation of the symbols ............................................................................. 8
3. Caution during use .............................................................................................. 11
3.1. Caution prior to use ...................................................................................... 11
3.1.1 Environment related matters .................................................................. 11
3.1.2 . Pre-requirements for safety .................................................................. 13
3.2. Caution during use........................................................................................ 15
3.3 Caution after use ........................................................................................... 16
4. Key attributes ...................................................................................................... 17
5. Product description ............................................................................................ 18
5.1. Key part ........................................................................................................ 18
6. Operation procedure ........................................................................................... 19
6.1. Ophthalmic optical microscope installation ................................................... 19
6.1.1. Optical zone support arm fixation .......................................................... 19
6.1.2. Tilting binocular observation part installation ........................................ 20
6.1.3. Eyepiece installation.............................................................................. 21
6.1.4. Eyepiece Parfocality adjustment ........................................................... 22
6.1.5. Object lens installation .......................................................................... 23
6.1.6. Option filter installation .......................................................................... 24
6.1.7. Option beam splitter part installation ..................................................... 25
6.1.8. Option camera port part installation ...................................................... 26
6.1.9. Adjustment of the distance between the two eyes and view angle ....... 27
6.1.10. Optical zone tilting part angle adjustment ........................................... 28
6.1.11. Adjustment of optical zone support arm’s weight center ..................... 29
6.1.12. Foothold panel maneuvering mode modification ................................. 30
6.1.13. Power connection ................................................................................ 32
6.2. Optical zone maneuvering ............................................................................ 33
6.3. Maneuvering lighting part ............................................................................. 34
6.4. Lighting part shutter transfer ......................................................................... 35
6.5. Use of spare lighting lamp ............................................................................ 36
6.6. Tilting rotation controlling monitor ................................................................. 37
6.6.1. Key screen ............................................................................................ 37
6.6.2. Foothold setting screen ......................................................................... 38
7. Maintenance and repair ...................................................................................... 39
7.1. Error message and trouble-shooting ............................................................ 39
7.1.1. Optical zone trouble-shooting................................................................ 39
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7.1.2. Stand trouble-shooting .......................................................................... 40
7.2. Cleaning........................................................................................................ 41
7.3. Replacement................................................................................................. 42
7.3.1. Lamp replacement method.................................................................... 42
7.3.2. Power fuse replacement method ........................................................... 43
7.4. Replacement item list ................................................................................... 44
7.5. When moving the location for equipment installation ................................... 44
7.5.1. Moving method .......................................................................................... 45
8. Key specs ............................................................................................................ 46
8.1. Optical zone .................................................................................................. 46
8.2. Stand ............................................................................................................ 47
9. Accessories ......................................................................................................... 49
10. EMC Information ................................................................................................ 50
11. Service information ........................................................................................... 56
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1. Introduction
1.1. Purpose of use
HUVITZ surgical microscope HOM-700 is a multi-dimensional microscope that is
designed in a way that the view desired can be modified via scale factor conversion
at ophthalmology during surgery process. This was made for office, hospital or
other medical institution. Only doctor, nurse or medical professional who has read
the user manual and who underwent adequate training should operate it. Condition
for installation should be suitable for precision surgery. For example, it should be
operated at a place with low vibration and at clean environment.
1.2. Product overview
Ophthalmic optical microscope HOM-700 classifies mainly into two parts. It is
comprised of the optical zone that is suitable for ophthalmology surgery and of the
stand that is insensitive to vibration.
Optical zone is comprised of two; observational optical zone and illuminating
optical zone.
Observational optical zone is a multi-dimensional microscope and it includes the
following; electric zoom with scale factor of zoom ratio of 6:1 that gets converted,
double lighting part of the 0 degree, 6 degrees, working distance 200mm for object
lens, Eyepiece with 10X 21mm visual field, and tilting binocular observation part
which are provided by default in the basic package. Option includes camera port
with 80:20 light quantity distributed.
Illuminating optical zone is comprised of the 0 degree lighting for retina reflection
and 6 degree light for observing the periphery. At this time, ultraviolet ray shielding
filter that is used commonly is included, and this is used to minimize injury to the
retina resulting from ultraviolet ray.
Stand is comprised of the conveying unit that moves up to 50mm in XYZ axes,
tilting rotation controlling monitor, support arm where optical zone can be attached
up to 5.0kg and that enables perpendicular movement up to 795mm~1390mm from
the ground, and support part that is designed to be insensitive to vibration. Four
caster wheels of the support part facilitate movement in the surgery room. Support
part includes electronic and electric control device of the motor drive when it comes
to the surgery microscope. User controls surgery microscope optical zone’s
conveying unit using mostly foothold control panel.
Twelve different functions of the XYZ axes driving part and optical zone such as
adjustment of halogen light quantity through foothold control panel and resetting of
XYZ axes’ initial location can be controlled.
Basic user value memory up to 4 people through display panel, foothold control
panel’s button memory value modification, XYZ axes and zoom part speed control
and foothold control panel’s initial value modification are enabled.
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1.3. Grade classification and matters included
(1) Product name, model name
Ophthalmic optical microscope(OPERATION MICROSCOPE HOM-700)
(2) Classification of product
EU: Class I according to Annex IX(Rule 12) of Medical Device Directive
93/42/EEC as amended by 2007/47/EC
MFDS: Class I
(3) Producer’s business name and address
1) Business name: HUVITZ Co., Ltd.
2) Address: 16-17 (Hogye-dong), 91-beongil, LS-ro, Dongan-gu, Anyang-si,
Gyeonggi-do
(4) Weight and packaging unit
1) Packaging unit: 1 unit
2) Weight: 224kg
(5) Purpose of use: Optical microscope for the inspection, observation and filming
of the eyeball
(6) Other necessary information
1) Electric rating: 100-240Vac, 50/60Hz, 250-300VA
2) Resistance against electric shock: Class I (earthed)
3) Pollution Degree : II
4) Protection against harmful ingress of water: IPX8 for Foothold maneuvering
panel (Foot Switch)
5) Degree of safety in the presence of a flammable anesthetics mixture with
air or with oxygen or with nitrous oxide: Not suitable for use in the
resence of a flammable anesthetics mixture with air or with oxygen or with
nitrous oxide.
6) Mode of Operation: Continuous
※ This product is a medical device.
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2. Safety information
2.1. Introduction
Safety is everyone’s obligation and responsibility. Safe use of this device
concerns
everyone - installer, user, operator and device manager alike. Studying the
contents of this user manual personally to learn the contents is required prior to
the installation, use, cleansing, repair or adjustment of this device or
accessories. It never suffices to emphasize the need to understand the contents
of this manual sufficiently in order to ensure the safety of patients or users. The
following safety warning signs are include in the appropriate location of this
manual in order to ensure that people understand the information related to
safety that requires special precaution due to these reasons. All the users and
managers need to pay attention and need to understand the “WARNING” or
“CAUTION” in the manual.
! WARNING
“Warning” refers to the accident that can lead to severe human
injury, death or/and property loss due to negligence.
!
CAUTION
“Caution” informs of the accident that can cause minor injury
or property loss in case of negligence.
NOTE
“Note” emphasizes essential information. Read this information
carefully to prevent device malfunction
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2.2. Explanation of the symbols
The following symbols appear in product label.
ON
OFF
Input
Output
Caution, Consult accompanying documents.
Consult instructions for use
Protective Earth Connection
Alternating Current
Direct Current.
Hot surface.
European Conformity Notified Body
(TUV Rheinland) #: 0197
European Conformity
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Dispose of Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Correctly
Date of manufacture
Manufacturer
Authorized Representative in the European
Community
Serial Number
Temperature Limitation
Humidity Limitation
Atmospheric Pressure Limitation
This side up
Fragile , handle with care
Do not use hand hooks
Keep DRY
Stacking Limit by Number
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Keep away from sunlight
Non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation
Electrostatic Sensitive
Huvitz Symol
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3. Caution during use
3.1. Caution prior to use
3.1.1 Environment related matters
Avoid the following environment for effective operation and preservation.
Place where the device comes directly in contact with
moisture (do not operate the device with wet hands)
Place where device is exposed to the sunlight directly.
Place where temperature fluctuation is severe (normal
temperature for operation ranges from 10°C to 40°C while
humidity ranges from 30% to 75%).
Place near a heating device
Place with high humidity level and place with
problematic protection against heat
Place where device is exposed to excessive shock or
vibration
Place where there is chemical substance or flammable
gas
Take precaution so that dust or metallic substance does
not go into the device.
Do not disassemble or open up the device. Manufacturer is
not responsible for the resulting trouble.
Do not block the hole for the protection against heat that is located at the
top of the device.
Do not connect the AC power code while the device’s
parts are not completely connected. This damages the
device.
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Do not pull out the power code while holding onto the code.
This device should be used under the following environment conditions:
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Environment for use
- Temperature: 10℃ ~ 40℃
- Humidity level: 30% ~ 75%
- Atmospheric pressure: 800 ~ 1060hpa
!
Transport environment
- Temperature: -40℃ ~ 70℃
- Humidity level: 10% ~ 95%
- Atmospheric pressure: 500 ~ 1060hpa
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Preservation environment
- Temperature: -10℃ ~ 55℃
- Humidity level:
30% ~ 75%
- Atmospheric pressure: 700 ~ 1060hpa
Take precaution so that the device is not subjected to excessive shock or vibration.
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3.1.2 . Pre-requirements for safety
This device was developed according to the domestic and international safety
specs and was verified. This guarantees this device’s high safety level.
Legally, manufacturer is required to provide sufficient explanation on the
device safety related matters to the device user. Use of the manual for this
device is compulsory to ensure safety. Thus, please read the manual’s
instructions sufficiently and understand them before turning on the power.
Please inquire with the distributor where you purchased the device for greater
information.
1. This device should not be stored and installed at the following locations;
(a) place that is vulnerable to explosion or (b) place where there are
volatile chemical substances or flammable and explosive substances such as
alcohol benzene.
2. Do not store or install at a humid place. To ensure normal operation,
humidity level should be from 30 to 75%. Do not expose the device at a
place where water splashes significantly, a place where water falls in
drops or where water is sprayed. Do not place a container with liquid or
gas at the upper part of the device.
3. This device has to be operated by sufficiently trained person or under his
or her supervision.
4. This device can be modified only by HUVITZ service technician or others
who are qualified.
5. Management of device by user needs to be carried out as explained in the
user manual or service manual. Management that goes beyond should be
handled by HUVITZ service technician or person with comparable
qualification.
6. Manufacturer takes responsibility for this device’s safety, reliability and
performance when the following conditions are satisfied: (1) when
installation takes place in according to this manual’s regulation on the
viable space (2) when this device was used and maintained and repaired
according to the procedure regulated by this manual or service manual.
7. Manufacturer does not take responsibility for the damage resulting from
the unlawful modification to this device. Unlawful modification of this
device serves as the reason that right may be deprived during warranty
period.
8. This device is used along with the components provided by HUVITZ.
If consumer wants to use other manufacturer’s components, safety
of using that component needs to be verified and confirmed by HUVITZ
or that component’s manufacturer.
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9. Only a person who completed adequate training or training program can
install, operate, maintain and manage this device.
10. User manual or service manual needs to be kept at a location where the
person who manages and use this device can access easily.
11. Do not exert excessive force on the cable connection area. If cable does
not get connected easily, then check first whether connector (plug) is
suitable for the socket. When connector or socket is damaged, have a
qualified service technician repair it.
12. Do not pull on the device’s cable. When opening up the cable, pull out by
holding on the plug.
13. Before using the device, check the device’s external appearance at all
times, and check whether this device works effectively.
14. Do not block device’s hole for the protection against heat.
15. Turn off the power immediately and take out the plug when smoke,
spark, abnormal noise or smell is evident in the device.
16. It is necessary for an outside device to satisfy IEC standard if it is to be
connected to the input/output signal or other connector. (IT equipment
needs to satisfy IEC 60950, while electric equipment for medical use
needs to satisfy IEC 60601) Moreover, all the systems need to satisfy
safety requirement, IEC 60601-1-1 for electric equipment for medical
use. Person who connects outside device with input/output signal or
otherconnector needs to take responsibility in accordance to the
IEC60601-1-1. If doubtful, contact the local technician or distributor.
17. To avoid danger of electrocution, connect the Protective Earth
Connection together when connecting this device to the power.
18. When installing/using equipment, use after placing it at a place where
power code can be inserted/separated easily.
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3.2. Caution during use
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Handle with caution since inside and outside damage may be caused due to
shock.
!
This device was made to use at office, hospital or medical institution.
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Only a doctor, nurse or user manual who read this manual and medical
professional who underwent adequate education has to operate this device.
!
Installation conditions should be suitable for precision surgery. For example, it
should be operated at a place with low vibration and at clean environment.
!
When using by connecting with other equipment, the get guidance at the place
of purchase.
!
When the interior of a cold area is heated up all of the sudden, then vapor may
be generated at the optical zone item that is located at the object lens towards
the customer and at the inside of the device. In this case, use after waiting
until vapor disappears.
!
Pull out of the power plug when smoke, smell or noise results during use in
order to separate the power. Then, get the guidance of the place of purchase.
!
Do not use organic solvents such as alcohol, thinner, benzene and others
since their use may damage the equipment when this equipment’s surface is
cleaned with them.
!
When moving HOM-700, turn off the power switch always, and move
according to the transport method attached to the stand.
!
When HOM-700 is not used for a long time, then separate the power and
cover with the dust cover first.
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3.3 Caution after use
! WARNING
Clean immediately after using the equipment and optional item.
Cleaning and sterilization become difficult when contaminated substance
gets adhered to this equipment.
! CAUTION
Damage to the tilting rotating control panel
- Use only the fingers to operate the control panel. Do not use hard, pointy
and sharp object.
- Do not clean the control panel with the cleansing substance that includes
abrasive substance.
- Turn off the power before cleaning the control panel and separate the power
line.
- Clean the control panel with soft lint-free cloth.
Preservation after use
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Turn off the power with the power switch of the set location, and take out the
power code.
!
Do not pull out the power code while holding the code or do not exert
excessive force.
!
When not used for a long time, separate the power from the power outlet and
keep.
!
Clean the components, code and others, and organize them.
!
Maintain the device clean so that there won’t be a problem when using the
next time.
!
Do not disassemble or open up the device. Manufacturer is not responsible for
ensuing problem.
!
Do not connect the power code while the device’s parts are not connected
completely. This may damage the device.
!
When device is not used for a long time, separate the power and cover the
dust cover first.
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4. Key attributes
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This is multi-dimensional microscope designed to change the visual field to be
viewed through scale factor conversion at the ophthalmology during surgery
process.
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As for the observation part, angle gets converted to 0° ~30° angle through 10X,
Eyepiece with scope of visual field of 21mm, and it is comprised of the tilting
binocular observation part that can adjust the distance between pupils up to
55~75mm.
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As for the Observation scale factor conversion, it takes place with deceleration
continuous electric zoom with zoom ratio of 6:1.
Electric zoom optical
scale factor
(object lens focal distance
225mm)
0.31x
0.485x
0.759x
1.1885x
1.86x
Total optical scale factor
(when using ocular 10x,
FN21mm)
Scope of
visual field
(mm)
3.1x
4.85x
7.59x
11.885x
18.6x
68mm
43.5mm
27.7mm
17.7mm
11.2mm
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Lighting part’s diameter is 70mm. It is comprised of the 0 degree lighting that
makes the Red reflex appear and of the 6 degree lighting that can be adjusted
with aperture shutter when it comes to the brightness of the light quantity at the
surrounding. Two 12V, 50W halogen lamps are built-in. Spare lighting is
included for emergencies. Moreover, IR, UV protection filter is built-in.
Moreover, two slots that can use option filter with 32mm diameter are built-in.
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XYZ axes conveying unit is 50x50x50mm, enabling deceleration control with
50x50x50mm. When activating power on or foothold control panel, this
includes the automatic location for initial value re-setting and optical zone
tilting part (minute adjustment of the angle knob within ±5°).
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Stand is comprised of the arm that supports optical zone, base is insensitive to
the vibration and foothold that controls optical zone.
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5. Product description
5.1. Key part
Support arm
and support
part
Eyepiece
Power and image
output part
Tilting binocular
observation part
Electric zoom
and lighting part
Foothold
maneuvering panel
[Diagram 1. Key part]
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6. Operation procedure
6.1. Ophthalmic optical microscope installation
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WARNING
Risk of injury following ophthalmic optical microscope’s downward movement
- Do not exceed 17.8 Kg when it comes to the maximum weight of the
microscope that includes optical optional item.
- Balance out the optical zone support arm at all times after optical optional
item installation.
6.1.1. Optical zone support arm fixation
- Place the support arm horizontally.
- Push in the optical zone support arm fixation lever shown on Diagram 2,
turning it horizontally, and move the support arm up and down when the
fixation lever makes the click sound.
optical zone support
arm fixation lever
[Diagram 2. optical zone support arm fixation]
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6.1.2. Tilting binocular observation part installation
- Unscrew the screw for fixating shown on Diagram 3.
- Push in the tilting binocular observation part into the inside of the Dovetailing
ring.
- Tighten the fixation screw.
Dovetailing ring
Fixation
s
[Diagram 3. tilting binocular observation part installation]
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6.1.3. Eyepiece installation
- Assemble the eyepiece as shown on Diagram 4.
- Fixate the stripper bolt by using wrench driver.
Eyepiece
Wrench driver
Stripper bolt
[Diagram 4. Eyepiece installation]
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6.1.4. Eyepiece Parfocality adjustment
Adjust each of the left/right eye accurately by adjusting Diopter value. Adjust the
Eyepiece’s Diopter value so that the same focus can be maintained during scale
factor modification with the scale factor.
1. Preparing the microscope
- Turn on the power. Place flat sample specimen that is like the paper, below the
object lens.
- Adjust control panel or foothold panel to fit to the maximum brightness.
- Adjust control panel or foothold panel to fit to minimum scale factor.
- Align the height by adjusting the handle of the optical zone so that the center of
the scope of visual field can be most visible.
2. Focusing sample specimen
- Adjust control panel or foothold panel and fit to the maximum scale factor.
- Adjust the location of the focus for the microscope of the control panel so that
the center of the scope of visual field can be most visible.
- Adjust control panel or foothold panel to fit to the minimum scale factor.
3. Fitting Eyepiece’s Diopter
- Turn the Eyepiece’s Diopter rotating ring to fit it so that the location of the focus
is most visible.
- Adjust control panel or foothold panel to fit to maximum scale factor.
- Re-adjust the location of the focus of the microscope of the control panel so
that the center of the scope of visual field is most visible.
- Adjust control panel or foothold panel to fit to minimum scale factor.
4. Parfocality confirmation
- Observe sample specimen through total scale factor, and check whether set
focus is maintained.
- If focus is not maintained, repeat the processes of the above mentioned B) to D)
to focus the Eyepiece’s Diopter.
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6.1.5. Object lens installation
- Close the object lens by turning it to the right as shown on Diagram 5.
object lens
[Diagram 5. object lens installation]
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WARNING
- Tighten the fixation screw since there is a risk of injury resulting from tilting
binocular observation part, Eyepiece, and falling off object lens during
installation.
- Before using, check always whether tilting binocular observation part,
object lens’ fixation screw and object lens are fixated safely.
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6.1.6. Option filter installation
HUVITZ HOM-700 provides slot for using option filter.
- Take out the filter mount from the filter slot shown on Diagram 6.
- Insert option filter into the filter holder.
- Inset filter holder into the filter slot.
Filter slot
Filter holder
[Diagram 6. Option filter installation]
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6.1.7. Option beam splitter part installation
- Unscrew the screw used for fixation as shown on Diagram 7.
- Push in the option beam splitter part into the zoom Dovetailing ring.
- Push in the tilting binocular observation part into the option beam splitter part’s
Dovetailing ring.
- Tighten the fixation screw.
Dovetailing ring
Fixation
screw
[Diagram 7. Option beam splitter part installation]
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6.1.8. Option camera port part installation
- Option camera port part that provides C-mount camera port at the outside
[Diagram 8. Option camera port part installation]
1. Option beam splitter connection part
2. Fixation ring
3. C mount adapter’s fixation bolt
4. Focus adjustment knob
5. C mount adapter
- Scope of visual field VS camera image share following camera specs
NOTE
When connecting the C mount camera at the outside, noise may appear
on the screen due to the cable’s length and type, and quality of the
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monitor at the outside.
6.1.9. Adjustment of the distance between the two eyes and view angle
- As for the adjustment of the distance between the two eyes, turn the PD knob
of the Diagram 7 so that the distance can be adjusted up to 55~75mm of the
marking when it comes to PD marking indication to suit the user. It is possible to
adjust the angle up to 0°~30° to suit the user through visual field angle
adjustment part.
Visual field angle
adjustment part
PD Knob
Dovetailing ring
fixation screw for
electric zoom part
PD marking
indication
[Diagram 9. Adjustment of the distance between
the two eyes and view angle]
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6.1.10. Optical zone tilting part angle adjustment
- It is possible to adjust the angle of -5°~+5° by turning the knob of the optical zone
tilting part to suit user’s height when seated.
XY axes electric
conveying unit
(XY 50mm x 50mm)
optical zone
tilting part
(-5°~+5°)
Z axis electric
conveying unit
(working distance 50mm)
[Diagram 10. XYZ axes electric conveying unit]
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6.1.11. Adjustment of optical zone support arm’s weight center
- When the above mentioned matters are assembled, turn the knob for adjusting
the optical zone support arm’s weight center shown on Diagram 9. When optical
zone moves up and down, then turn the knob up to the point where the up and
down conveying change is lowest.
Knob for adjusting
optical zone support
arm’s weight center
[Diagram 11. Adjustment of optical zone support arm’s weight center]
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6.1.12. Foothold panel maneuvering mode modification
6.1.12.1 Foothold panel maneuvering button setting
- The initial setting value is shown on Diagram 10. It is possible to modify the
setting value using the method that user desires through the control panel’s
Foot switch button.
⑦
⑥
⑤
⑧
②
①
⑪
⑨
③
④
⑩
⑫
[Diagram 12. Foothold panel maneuvering button setting]
1. Light + : Button to increase lighting source’s brightness
2. Light - : Button to decrease lighting source’s brightness
3. Light on/off : lighting source operation or stop button
4. XY Reset : location of XYZ transfer part’s starting point
5. X left : X axis right side transfer button
6. X right : X axis right side transfer button
7. Y forward : transfer button to the front of the Y axis
8. Y backward : transfer button to the back of the Y axis
9. Zoom +: high magnification conversion button
10. Zoom - : low magnification conversion button
11. Focus up : upper side transfer button for focus location
12. Focus down : lower side transfer button for focus location
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6.1.12.2. Foothold panel maneuvering setting screen
- It is possible to set up as explained below when re-setting foothold panel
maneuvering button to suit the user.
[Diagram 13. Foothold panel maneuvering setting screen]
1. Light : lighting source maneuvering button setting (+ : increase brightness,
- : decrease brightness, on/off : lighting activation/stop)
2. Zoom : indication of electric zoom’s optical magnification (7~42x)
3. Zoom : magnification conversion maneuvering button setting
(up : increase magnification, down : decrease magnification)
4. Focus : focus conversion maneuvering button setting (up : increase focus,
down : decrease focus)
5. X : X axis transfer part maneuvering button setting (left : X axis left side
transfer, right : right side transfer)
6. Y : Y axis transfer part maneuvering button setting (forward : transfer to
the front of the Y axis, backward : transfer to the back of the Y axis)
7. Save : saving maneuvering button setting value
8. Back : enter into main mode
9. Footswitch mode : setting up the foothold panel method
10. Service: enter into service mode
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6.1.13. Power connection
- Connect the foothold control panel’s cable to the foothold control panel port.
- When using optional accessory, ground the Equipotential Grounding port with
the equipment to be used.
- Connect power cable to the power cable port.
- When using the built-in optional camera port, connect the HDMI cable to the
HDMI port.
- When all the above mentioned matters are completed, use by turning on the
power switch before using.
Power
switch
Foothold control
panel port
Power cable port
Equipotential
Grounding port
[Diagram 14. Connecting power]
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6.2. Optical zone maneuvering
①
④
③
②
⑧
⑤
⑦
⑥
⑨
[Diagram 15. Maneuvering optical zone]
1. Y forward : button to transfer to the front of the Y axis
2. Y backward : button to transfer to the back of the Y axis
3. X left : X axis left side transfer button
4. X right : X axis right side transfer button
5. Focus up : focus location upper side transfer button
6. Focus down : focus location lower side transfer button
7. XYZ Reset : button to reset the XYZ transfer part to the starting point
8. Zoom + : high magnification conversion button
9. Zoom - : low magnification conversion button
(Method for modifying foothold control panel value is shown on 1-A-8) at the
initial setting value.)
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6.3. Maneuvering lighting part
- Lighting part’s light quantity is maneuvered as follows.
②
①
③
[Diagram 16.Maneuvering optical zone]
1. Light + : Button for increasing lighting source’s brightness
2. Light - : Button for decreasing lighting source’s brightness
3. Light on/off : Button for activating or stopping lighting source
(Method for modifying foothold control panel value is shown on 1-A-8) at the
initial setting value.)
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6.4. Lighting part shutter transfer
- Use of lighting part’s lighting shutter is shown on Diagram 15.
- When using merely 0 degree lighting: turn the lighting shutter towards the
counter clock-wise direction.
- When both 0 degree + 6 degree lightings are used: turn the lighting shutter
towards the clock-wise direction.
lighting shutter
transfer knob
[Diagram 17.Lighting part shutter transfer]
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6.5. Use of spare lighting lamp
- When lighting lamp is turned off while using it, move the spare lighting lamp
transfer knob, shown on Diagram 16, to the left and right, and use by
transferring spare lamp.
spare lighting lamp
transfer knob
[Diagram 18.Use of lighting part’s spare lamp]
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6.6. Tilting rotation controlling monitor
6.6.1. Key screen
When HUVITZ HOM-700’s power switch is turned on, Main menu appears on the
control panel screen. It is possible to control with the next setting.
[Diagram 19. Key screen]
1. Light : indication of lighting source’s brightness value (0~100%)
2. Zoom : indication of electric zoom’s optical magnification (3.1~18.7x)
3. Reset : button to reset initial value of the XY axis transfer part and Z axis
focus part, each or XYZ axis transfer part total
4. Zoom speed : electric zoom’s transfer speed indication (0~100%)
5. Focus Speed : Z axis focus part의 transfer speed indication (0~100%)
6. XY Speed : XY axis transfer part의 transfer speed indication (0~100%)
7. Save : User setting saving button
8. Footswitch : Footswitch setting mode screen conversion button
9. User setting (1~4) : basic setting value for up to 4 users
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6.6.2. Foothold setting screen
- Footswitch keypad: foothold panel part setting
[Diagram 20. Foothold setting screen]
1. Foothold location indication
2. Light : lighting source maneuvering button setting (+ : increase brightness,
- : decrease brightness, on/off : lighting activation/stop)
3. Zoom : magnification conversion maneuvering button setting
(up : increase magnification, down : decrease magnification)
4. Focus : focus conversion maneuvering button setting (up : increase focus,
down : decrease focus)
5. X : X axis transfer part maneuvering button setting (left : transfer X axis to
left side, right : transfer to right side)
6. Y : Y axis transfer part maneuvering button setting (forward : transfer Y
axis forward, backward : transfer Y axis backward)
7. Save : saving maneuvering button’s setting value
8. Back : enter into main mode
9. Footswitch mode : setting up foothold panel method
10. Service : enter into Service mode
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7. Maintenance and repair
7.1. Error message and trouble-shooting
7.1.1. Optical zone trouble-shooting
Type of problem
Does not work at
all
Lighting form is
strange
Lamp trouble
indicator is lit
Root causes
power cable
deviation
power switch
does not get
turned on
Lamp was not
assembled at the
correct location
One of the two
lamps
malfunction
Two lamps
malfunction
XYZ axes driving
part operation
Zoom driving
part operation
XYZ/Zoom
driving part
malfunctions
Image quality
decreases
Solution
measures
check power
cable connection
check power
switch
Adhere lamp to
the left/right side
as much as
possible
Transfer to and
use the spare
lamp on the
opposite side
replace all with
spare lamps
Reference
6.1.9 power
connection
6.5 use of spare
lighting lamp
7.1. error
message and
trouble-shooting
When XYZ axes
do not get
activated or
stuck at the
foremost upper
and lower parts
Zoom does not
operate or stuck
at the foremost
upper and lower
parts
total system
malfunction
resulted
Press on the
control panel’s
re-set button
inquire
manufacturer
7.3.1 lamp
replacement
method
5.2.1 screen
indication(1)Main mode
11. service
information
Press on control
panel’s reset
button
inquire
manufacturer
inquire
manufacturer
5.2.1 screen
indication(1)Main mode
11. service
information
11. service
information
Eyepiece was
not assembled
accurately
Eyepiece Diopter
was not fit
accurately
Check
Eyepiece’s
assembly state
Re-set Eyepiece
Diopter
according to
manual’s
instructions
6.1.3 Eyepiece
installation
6.1.4 Eyepiece
Parfocality
adjustment
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Strange
miscellaneous
lights are shown
The image at the
center is cut off
XY transfer
direction is
inappropriate
object lens was
not assembled
accurately
filter holder
apparatus part
does not get
inserted
accurately
XY direction
setting is wrong
Assemble by
turning the
object lens as
much as
possible
Attach filter
holder apparatus
part accurately in
the holder
6.1.5 object lens
installation
Press total re-set
button at the
control panel
Check foothold
setting mode
5.2.1 screen
indication(1)Main mode
6.1.8.1 foothold
panel
maneuvering
button setting
6.1.6 option filter
installation
7.1.2. Stand trouble-shooting
Type of problem
Optical zone
support arm
moves up and
down on its own
optical zone
support arm
comes down at
the balanced
marker’s
foremost upper
stage
Optical zone
does not move
even when
considerable
physical power is
exerted
Function through
foothold does
not operate
Root causes
optical zone
support arm’s
balance is not
adequate
Accessories’
total weight is
too high
Solution
measures
balance optical
zone support
arm.
Reference
7.6.2 optical zone
support arm
fixation
Decrease
accessories’
weight.
6.1.8 adjust
optical zone
support arm’s
weight center
force of optical
zone support
arm’s brake is
too strong
check brake
5.1.5 stand
foothold
connector is
loose
check power
cable
check foothold
connector
check foothold
setting mode
6.1.10 power part
6.1.9.2 foothold
setting screen
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7.2. Cleaning
• Optical zone’s cleaning management method
- Avoid using cleaning material that includes abrasive.
- Clean optical zone such as object lens and Eyepiece with minute superfine fiber
cloth for optical cleaning wet with distilled water or alcohol.
• Apparatus part cleaning management method
- Avoid use of the cleaning item that includes abrasive.
- All the apparatus parts of the ophthalmic optical microscope should be cleaned
with air pressure pump, soft brush or cloth wet with distilled water or alcohol.
• C. Sterilization management method
- Use Autoclave to use the below mentioned parts after sterilizing within 134°C and
10 minutes.
A) Optical zone handle cover
B) PD adjustment part handle cover
C) Lighting shutter handle cover
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7.3. Replacement
7.3.1. Lamp replacement method
- Open the lamp cover.
- Take out the halogen lamp from base holder.
- Push in the new halogen lamp deep into the base holder to the end.
- Close the lamp cover.
[Diagram 21. Lamp replacement]
!
CAUTION
Risk of burn
- Be careful of the burn since lamp and lamp apparatus part are hot
immediately after use.
- Cool down sufficiently before replacing the lamp, then replace the lamp
afterwards.
- Replace the lamp that broke down during use, immediately after use.
- Use only the lamp that is provided by the manufacturer.
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7.3.2. Power fuse replacement method
- Power fuse is located at the inside of the fuse holder at the inside of the power
socket of the equipment.
- Use the screw driver to take out the fuse after opening the fuse holder.
- Check whether fuse is disconnected.
- When fuse is disconnected, replace with new fuse.
[Diagram 22. Power fuse replacement]
!
WARNING
There is a risk of death from electrocution.
- Separate the power cable before replacing the fuse.
- Use only the fuse provided by the manufacturer.
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7.4. Replacement item list
- Lamp: 12V/50W halogen lamp (inquire the manufacturer when replacing.)
- Power fuse: 2 X T 6.3 A
7.5. When moving the location for equipment installation
!
CAUTION
- Optical zone support arm may cause injury since it can move randomly
to undesired direction.
- Comply with the moving method always when moving the ophthalmic
optical microscope.
- Be careful since the toes may get stuck at the support part’s caster wheel
while moving.
- Always have the brake of the caster wheel on when not moving.
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7.5.1. Moving method
- Optical zone support arm fixation is as explained below.
- Prepare the equipment as shown on the following diagram and move.
이송조건
Transport position
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8. Key specs
8.1. Optical zone
1) Eyepiece
A) 10x scale factor, 21mm scope of visual field (option, 8.33x scale factor,
22mm scope of visual field)
B) Diopter adjustment scope of -8D~+5D
2) Tilting binocular observation part
A) Attention slope angle 0° ~30°
B) Distance between pupils 55~75mm.
3) Electric zoom and lighting part
A) Deceleration electric Zoom of the continuous scale factor conversion
concerning zoom ratio 6:1 (0.31x~1.86x)
B) 3.1x ~ 18.6x continuous scale factor conversion when using 200mm
working distance object lens and 10x Eyepiece
C) 0 degree lighting of even 70mm diameter
D) Brightness adjustment is enabled, 6 degree lighting On/Off shutter
E) Two 12V, 50W halogen lamp built-in that enable rapid transfer
F) IR protection filter built-in
G) UV protection filter built-in
H) Two slot built-in that can use option filter of 32mm diameter
Electric zoom optical scale factor
(object lens focal distance
225mm)
0.31x
0.485x
0.759x
1.1885x
1.86x
Total optical scale factor
(when using ocular 10x,
FN21mm)
3.1x
4.85x
7.59x
11.885x
18.6x
Scope of
visual field
(mm)
68mm
43.5mm
27.7mm
17.7mm
11.2mm
4) XYZ axes conveying unit
A) Transfer distance of XYZ axes 50mm x 50mm x 50mm
B) Deceleration control is enabled
C) Reset initial value’s automatic location when activating power on or
foothold control panel
D) Optical zone tilting part (adjust angle within ±5° when it comes to
manual knob minute)
5) Optional camera port part
A) Beam splitter penetration ratio observation 80%, camera 20%
B) Able to confirm image through tilting rotating control panel when
connecting to built-in camera
C) Provide C-mount camera port at the outside
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8.2. Stand
1) Mechanical performance
A) Optical zone support arm
(1) Length: 869mm
(2) Rotating angle: 315 °
(3) Vertical transfer distance: +336 ~ - 259 mm
B) Stand’s support arm
(1) Length: 450mm
(2) Rotating angle: 360°
C) Stand’s height: 1929 mm
D) Base: 590 x 590mm (length x width)
E) Caster: 4 x 100 mm
F) Optical zone support arm’s allowed maximum weight for the option:
5.0kg (optical zone’s weight excluding option: 12.8kg)
G) Total weight: approximately 224kg
2) Electric performance
A) Power: INPUT: AC 100~240V, 50-60Hz, OUTPUT: 15V, 6.7A
B) Consumption power: 232VA
C) Control panel
(1) LCD Type : 7inch Color TFT-LCD
(2) Resolution: 800 x 480 pixels
(3) Window Size : 165 x 104 mm
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[Diagram 23. Stand]
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9. Accessories
1. Power cable (AC 220V / 60Hz power code)
4. Halogen lamp (12V / 50W)
2. Dust cover
5. Optical part’s handle
3. Fuse (2 X T 6.3 A)
6. PD / lighting shutter handle
!
WARNING
To prevent fire, replace with the fuse of the same type and class.
Fuse (2 X T 6.3 A)
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10. EMC Information
Manufacturer announcement – electromagnetic waves trouble
Electromagnetic waves trouble
HOM-700 should be used in the below mentioned electromagnetic wave
environment. HOM-700 purchaser or user needs to confirm whether HOM-700 is
used in this type of environment.
Trouble test
Question of
Electromagnetic wave
appropriateness
environment- guideline
Radioactivity
Type 1
HOM-700 uses RF energy merely to carry
trouble
out internal function. Accordingly, RF
KS C CISPR 11
radiation is very low, and there is a low
possibility that the electric device of the
surrounding will be intercepted.
Radioactivity
Class B
HOM-700 is suitable for all the facilities by
trouble
logging into the public low voltage power
KS C CISPR 11
network that is supplied within building for
residential facility and for own usage.
Harmonic wave
Class A
trouble
KS C IEC
61000-3-2
Voltage
Application
agitation/flicker
trouble
KS C IEC
61000-3-3
Manufacturer announcement – electromagnetic waves tolerance
electromagnetic waves tolerance
HOM-700 is to be used in the below designated electromagnetic wave
environment. HOM-700 customer and user need to guarantee that the HOM-700
will be used in this type of environment.
Tolerance test
KS C IEC
Appropriateness Electromagnetic wave
60601
level
environment- guideline
test level
Electrostatic
contact ±6 kV
contact ±6 kV
Floor should be made of
discharge(ESD)
in the air ±8 kV in the air ±8 kV
wood, concrete or
KS C IEC
ceramic tile. floor When
covered with synthetic
61000-4-2
material, relative humidity
level should be at least
30%.
Electric rapid
power
power supplying
quality of power should
transients/bust
supplying line
line ±2 kV
be for typical commercial
KS C IEC
±2 kV
input/output line
electricity or hospital
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61000-4-4
Surge
KS C IEC
61000-4-5
Voltage dip,
instantaneous
interruption,
voltage
fluctuation at the
power input line
KS C IEC
61000-4-
11
Power frequency
magnetic field
(50/60 Hz)
KS C IEC
61000-4-8
input/output
line ±1 kV
between lines
±1 kV
between
line
and grounding
±2 kV
For 0.5 cycle <
5 %UT(UT’s >
95 %
decrease)
For 5 cycle
40 %UT(UT’s
60 %
decrease)
For 25 cycle
70 %UT(UT’s
30 %
decrease)
For 5 seconds
<5%
UT(UT’s
>
95
%
decrease)
3 A/m
±1 kV
power level.
differential mode
±1 kV
common mode ±2
kV
quality of power should
be of typical commercial
electricity or hospital
power level.
For 0.5 cycle <
5 %UT(UT’s >
95 % decrease)
For 5 cycle, 40 %
UT(UT’s 60 %
decrease)
For 25 cycle,
70 %UT(UT’s
30 % decrease)
For 5 seconds, <
5%
UT(UT’s > 95 %
decrease)
quality of power is set to
typical commercial power
or hospital power level. If
HOM-700= user needs
continuous operation
even when power is
stopped, it is
recommended that HOM700 is supplied with
power with uninterruptible
power device or battery.
3 A/m
If image distortion results,
it may be necessary to
separate HOM-700 far
from the source of power
frequency magnetic field
generation. It is
necessary that the
system is measured at
the designated installation
location to be sure that
power frequency
magnetic field is
sufficiently low.
Other UT is the a.c. power voltage for before approving the test level.
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Electromagnetic waves tolerance
HOM-700 is to be used in the below mentioned electromagnetic wave environment.
HOM-700 purchaser or user needs to confirm whether HOM-700 is sued at this
environment.
Tolerance test
KS C IEC
Appropriateness Electromagnetic wave
60601
level
environment- guideline
test
conditions
Conductivity RF
3 Vrms
3 Vrms
As for the portable or
electromagnetic
movable communication
150 kHz∼80
field
device, this is the
MHz
KS C IEC
equation that is applied to
the transmitter frequency,
61000-
and it should not be used
4-6
closer than the separation
distance calculated with
the equation that is
applied to transmitter
frequency when it comes
3 V/m
to any of the HOM-700
that includes cable
3 V/m
80 MHz∼2.5
Recommended
Radioactivity RF
GHz
separation distance
electromagnetic
scope
d = 1.2 √P
field tolerance
KS C IEC
d = 1.2 √P 80 MHz∼800
61000-
MHz scope
4-3
d = 2.3 √P 800 MHz∼2.5
GHz scope
Here, P is the watt(W)
that transmitter
Manufacturer disclosed,
and this is the indicated
transmitter maximum
output power rated value.
D is the recommended
separation distance
indicated with (m).
Electric intensity of the
fixation RF transmitter
decided by
electromagnetic wave
environment’s field
inspection should be less
than appropriateness
level at each of the
frequency range. B.
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Trouble may occur near
the medical device that is
indicated with the
following symbol.
Other 1 At the 80 MHz and 800 MHz, apply frequency range towards the
increasingly higher side.
Other 2 This guideline cannot be applied to all situations because diffusion of
electromagnetic waves are affected by absorption and reflection by
structure, object and human beings.
It is difficult to carry out precise theoretical forecasting when it comes to the electric
intensity that is generated at the fixation transmitter such as a wireless
phone(vehicle phone/phone with no code)’s base station and land mobile wireless,
amateur wireless, AM and FM broadcast and TV broadcast. Field inspection should
be carried out in order to evaluate electromagnetic wave environment based on
fixation RF transmitter. It is necessary to observe and to verify whether model 006
operates normally if electric intensity measured at the location where model 006 is
used, exceeds appropriateness level of the RF that can be applied. If the abnormal
operation is observed, it may be necessary to take on additional measures such as
adjusting the direction in which model 006 and moving location.
b Electric intensity at the 150 kHz∼80 MHz’s frequency range should be 3 V/m or
less.
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Recommended distance for the separation of portable and mobile RF
communication device and model 006
HOM-700 is to be used in the electromagnetic wave environment where
radioactivity RF trouble is controlled. HOM-700 purchaser or user can prevent
electromagnetic waves trouble by maintaining minimum distance between portable
and mobile RF communication device (transmitter) and HOM-700 as recommended
below based on communication device’s maximum output power.
Transmitter’s
Separation distance suitable for transmitter frequency
rating
150 kHz∼80 MHz 80 kHz∼800 MHz 800 MHz∼2.5
maximum output d = 1.2 √P
d = 1.2 √P
GHz
power
d = 2.3 √P
W
0.01
0.12
0.12
0.23
0.1
0.38
0.38
0.73
1
1.2
1.2
2.3
10
3.8
3.8
7.3
100
12
12
23
Maximum output power that is not listed above can be decided by using the
formula that can be applied to the applicable transmitter’s frequency when it comes
to the P(m) and recommended separation distance for the transmitter for rating.
Here, d refers to the maximum output power rated value of the transmitter indicated
with watt (W) disclosed by transmitter manufacturer.
Other 1 Increasingly higher frequency range is applied to 80 MHz and 800 MHz.
Other 2 This guideline cannot be applied to all situations because diffusion of
electromagnetic waves are affected by absorption and reflection by structure,
object and human beings.
Other 4 This guideline cannot be applied to all situations because diffusion of
electromagnetic waves are affected by absorption and reflection by structure,
object and human beings.
Electromagnetic waves tolerance
HOM-700 is to be used at the electromagnetic wave environment designated
below. HOM-700 customer and user need to guarantee that the HOM-700 will be
used at this environment.
Tolerance test
KS C IEC
Appropriateness
Electromagnetic wave
60601
level
environment- guideline
testing
conditions
Conductivity RF
3 Vrms
3 Vrms
HOM-700 has minimum
electromagnetic
150 kHz∼80 150
kHz∼10 RF shield effect. As for
field
each cable that comes
MHz
MHz
KS C IEC
into the shielded location,
it should be used only at
61000-4-6
the shielded location; 80
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Radioactivity RF
electromagnetic
field tolerance
KS C IEC
61000-4-3
3 V/m
80 MHz∼2.5
GHz
dB at 10 MHz∼20 MHz
frequency range,
frequency range of 100
dB, 80 MHz∼100 MHz at
20 MHz∼80 MHz
frequency range. Minimum
value at the 20 MHz that
has 80 dB minimum RF
filter decrease is 100 dB.
Minimum value at 80 MHz
3 V/m
is 80 dB.
100
MHz∼2.5 This is fixation RF
GHz
transmitter that is
determined through
electromagnetic wave
environment field
inspection. Electric
intensity at the outside of
the shielded location
should be 3 V/m or less
a.
Trouble may result near
the medical device where
the following symbol is
indicated.
Other 1 This guideline cannot be applied to all situations because diffusion of
electromagnetic waves are affected by absorption and reflection by
structure, object and human beings.
Other 2 It is important to verify and to confirm whether actual shield effect and filter
decrease of the shielded location satisfy the minimum specs.
It is not easy to carry out precise theoretical forecasting when it comes to the
electric intensity that results from the fixation transmitter such as a wireless
phone(vehicle phone/phone with no code)’s base station, land mobile wireless,
amateur wireless, AM and FM broadcast, TV broadcast. In order to evaluate the
electromagnetic wave environment with fixation RF transmitter, field inspection is
required. If the electric intensity used by the HOM-700 that is measured at the
outside of the shielded location exceeds 3 V/m, then it is necessary to observe and
verify whether HOM-700 operates normally. If abnormal operation is observed,
then re-place HOM-700 or use other shielded location that has increasingly higher
RF shield effect and filter decrease. Likewise, other additional measures may be
needed.
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11. Service information
Receive service according to the following sequence listed below if the problem
is problematic.
!
First, take measure as mentioned in the repair guide of Chapter 9
depending on the type of problem.
!
If there is other problem, then contact the distributor where you purchased
the product.
!
Before contacting the distributor, check the product’s model number and
serial number.
!
Serial number is the number designated to each product, and you can find
it at the back of the product. It is advised that you write it down on the
following chart immediately after purchasing the product.
!
This is the record on the purchase. Please keep this user manual. Please
keep the receipt as an evidence for the purchase as well.
Date purchased:
Name of the distributor:
Distributor’s address:
Distributor’s
contact number:
Model number:
serial number:
!
If the distributor where you purchased the product cannot be contacted,
then contact the HUVITZ Co., Ltd.’s Customer Service Department
directly. Refer to the following for the contact number of the HUVITZ Co.,
Ltd.’s Customer Service Department.
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HUVITZ Co., Ltd.’s contact numbers
Address:
(HQs) HUVITZ Co., Ltd.
298-29 (Geumjeong-dong),
Gongdanro, Gunpo-si, Gyeonggi-do, 435-862,
Korea
Producer: HUVITZ Co., Ltd.
16-17 (Hogye-dong), 91-beongil, LS-ro,
Dongan-gu, Anyang-si, Gyeonggi-do,
431-848, Korea
Tel: 031-428-9100 (main)
Fax: 031-477-9022(C/S)
e-mail: [email protected]
http://www.huvitz.com
Tel: 031-428-9100
Fax: 031-477-8618
EU Representative
Medical Device Safety
Service GmbH(MDSS)
Schiffgraben 41, 30175 Hannover,
Germany
Tel: +49-511-62628630
Fax: +49-511-62628633
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