FUSION CURING LIGHT

FUSION CURING LIGHT
USER AND SERVICE MANUAL
FUSION CURING LIGHT
(Rev. 3.0)
For dental professional use only!
U.S. Federal Law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a licensed dentist.
Made in USA
QUICK REFERENCE
I. Operation – Set at a typically 5 second mode with MENU Key. Press
ON/OFF Key for curing and put back to Charging Stand when finished or
at the end of each day.
mW/cm2
II. Recommended Curing Times
The high intensity profile of FUSION enables plasma-like curing speed.
1. Normal composite resin (2mm A3 or lighter): 5 seconds.
2. Veneer
Tip Spatial Intensity Profile
* Tacking: 1~2 seconds
* Bonding: 4-5 seconds
Perform curing test outside the mouth to
determine curing times needed for
y
specific resin, sealants, and bonding
materials. Do not overcure to avoid
overheat.
x
mW/cm2
III. Heat Management
0
1000
2000 3000
4000
To overcome heat in extended curing
times, use simple cooling methods such as blowing air from an air syringe
in close proximity to the Light Head and tooth being restored. Use Half
Power (Standard Power) Mode to avoid heat when needed.
IV. Maintenance – Light must be used with disposable barrier sleeves to
avoid liquid damage and cross contaminations. DO NOT IN ANY
CIRCUMSTANCES ULTRASONIC OR AUTOCLAVE THE LIGHT.
5000
PARTS LIST
1 LED Light Head
2 Main Control Unit
3 Battery Assembly
4 Charging Stand
5 Power Adapter
Power Jack (5a)
6 Barrier Sleeves (100)
7 9mm Curing Cap
8 13mm Curing Cap
9 3mm Tacking Tip
10
Unit Mount Eyeshield
1. INITIAL SET UP
1.0 ASSEMBLE HANDPIECE
Turn Battery Assembly (3) clockwise and screw-on connect with
Main Control Unit (2). A short beep upon connection indicates that
the battery is ready and the display screen should automatically
power on. Ensure 360º swivel Light Head (1) is connected tight
with Main Control (2).
1.3 SELECT MODE
Make sure the LCD display is on. If not, press and hold POWER KEY for
5 seconds to turn on display similar to turning on a cell phone.
Press MENU KEY to select an
POWER KEY
operation
MODE DISPLAY
mode.
Digital
Timer
displays operation modes for rapid
DIGITAL TIMER
THERMAL STATE
BATTERY BAR
curing with a single click of the
ON/OFF button on single or multiple
teeth.
Menu Key
Mode Display
Timing Sequence
Application
ON/OFF KEY
SMARTLIGHT
INDICATOR
MENU KEY
METAL KEYPADS
Constant On; Count Down; 5‐second per beep
5
5 sec. Single Layer
10
10 sec.
Above A3
20
20 sec.
Multiple Teeth
2. OPERATION
2.1 ACTIVATE CURING
Grip in either pen style (a) or torch style (b). Point light towards curing
adhesives. Press ON/OFF Key to activate curing. DIGITAL TIMER counts
down in seconds. Press ON/OFF Key any time during the cycle to stop
(cycle auto recalls in 15
seconds). An audible signal
beeps at start, during (every
5 seconds) and completion
of cycle. An audible beep
signals
key
activation
(Power, Menu or ON/OFF)
together with visual backlight signals for MENU and ON/OFF key
activation.
2.2 POWER MODE
Default power mode is plasma-like High Power Mode for quick and deep
curing. Press Power Key in any modes after activating curing to switch to
Standard LED Power Mode (Half Power mode) when heat needs to be
minimized (Ref. 4v). Press Power Key again to switch back to High Power
Mode.
3. BATTERY MAINTENANCE
Battery Assembly uses a high capacity Lithium-Ion battery with built-in
smart recharging electronics. In the office, keep unit display on and keep
light charged at all times when not in use by one of the following method:
(c): Place the handpiece in
the Charging Stand;
(d): Direct plug in the
Adapter Power Jack
from
the
Power
Adapter to the receptor
end of the handpiece.
Switch to this corded
operation in the event
of low battery during
operation;
(e): Place the handpiece into a Dental Unit Charge Holder (optional
accessory (f)), which can be mounted on a standard dental unit bar or
cabinet bar (g) via its two bottom set screws. The Dental Unit Charge
Holder connects to Power Adapter through its outlet power jack (f1)
and extension cord (f2).
SMARTLIGHT INDICATOR is green while charging and turns off when
fully charged. Battery icon displays three full bars when the battery is fully
charged. The unit warns with short audible beeps when battery is low then
automatically shuts down with a long beep together with flashing
backlight and battery bar.
For temporary storage or transport, shut down the unit by pressing and
holding Power Key for 5 seconds until display is turned off indicated with
a short beep. For extended period storage, unscrew battery assembly and
storage with care.
 Do not store above 40C or below -10C.
 Storage period must not exceed 6 months.
In the event after long storage (over 1 month) or
there is no audible beep upon battery assembly
connection with main control, charge Battery
Assembly overnight either direct or on Charging
Stand from Adapter Power Jack. Plug Power Adapter
into a wall plug or power plug.
4.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
i) Light must be used with barrier sleeves to avoid cross contaminations
ii)
iii)
iv)
v)
and liquid damage. REPLACE THE DISPOSABLE BARRIER
SLEEVES AFTER EACH PATIENT USE.
Do not touch and open any electronics parts and circuit boards.
Warranty void if seal broken.
Do not drop the light. Use instrument tray, Charging Stand or
Eyeshield to avoid roll over on table. WARRANTY VOID IN CASE
OF DROP DAMAGE.
Do not immerse handpiece in waters or solutions. WARRANTY
VOID IN CASE OF LIQUID DAMAGE.
As it is the case with all high-performance lights, the high light
intensity of FUSION results in a certain heat development. Prolonged
exposure of areas near the pulp and soft tissues may result in
irreversible or reversible damage. Therefore, this high-performance
curing light must only be used by trained dental professionals:
 Do not place light directly on the same tooth segment for more
than 10 seconds in the High Power mode.
 Do not place light in direct contact with unprotected gingival, oral
mucous membrane or skin. Prevent heat accumulation with a
rubber dam in place.
 Follow Heat Management references to reduce contact heat.
 Place curing light directly over materials to be cured at all times.
 If irradiation of soft tissue or sensitive patients cannot be avoided,
operate in Half Power Mode, adjust curing distances and blow air
from an air syringe or use suction tip in close proximity to the
Light Head.
vi) DO NOT LOOK DIRECTLY AT LIGHT EMITTED FROM
THIS CURING UNIT. Use suitable eye protection for the operator
and assistants: curing caps (partial light shield at the tip of the curing
light), unit mount Eyeshield, and Goggles (reference section 10).
vii) Charge batteries while not in use to extend the lifetime of the
rechargeable battery.
 Do not short circuit battery.
 Do not use power adapters from sources other than the manufacturer.
 Dispose of unserviceable batteries and curing lights according to the
national rules and regulations. Batteries must not be incinerated.
 Replace the battery assembly after the lifetime of the battery usage by
ordering replacement Battery Assembly (Ref. 10).
5. CLEANING AND DISINFECTING
a) FUSION parts are recommended to be cleaned and disinfected with a
cleaning solution including Cavicide, Lysol, Isopropyl or Ethyl
alcohol and equivalent for 10 minutes. Do not autoclave or ultrasonic.
b) Thoroughly wipe clean handpiece, Charging Base and Eyeshield with
a soft cloth or tissue damped with the cleaning solution. Do not spray
or soak. Disinfecting agents and liquid must not enter any openings
on unit in particular METAL KEYPAD.
c) Clean curing lens and electrical metal contacts using Q-tips slightly
damped (do not soak) with the cleaning solution.
d) Safeguard handpiece opening area, metal keypad, charging plug,
and lens against liquid and sharp objects as this may cause
electrical short-circuit, permanent optical damage or malfunction.
6. TECHNIQUES
6.1 LIGHT POSITIONING
Rotate 360º swivel Light Head for easy access to lower or upper. Place
light in close proximity to composite. Use curing caps (optional disposable
parts recommended per patient use) as anchor to ease positioning and
protect lens from composite damage.
6.2 BARRIER SLEEVES
Slide sleeve into handpiece. Twist body relative to
sleeve for tight fit.
6.3 EYESHIELD
Slide eyeshield through the Light Head into
handpiece body. Adjust sliding position for easier access.
6.4 CHAIRSIDE CHARGE HOLDER
This option provides the user a convenient mounting and
charging option on a standard chairside or cabinet unit
with half-inch bar to save counter space, provide easier
access and roll-over protection (Ref. 3e).
6.4 LENSES
Use disposable barrier sleeves and curing caps to
protect lenses from liquid and composite
damages. Replace lens module immediately if it:
a) has cured resin;
b) is cracked, scratched or cloudy.
Align and lock flat edge of Lens Tool (Ref. 10) to
flat edge of Lens Module. Turn Lens Tool
counter-clockwise and unscrew Lens Module.
Clean mounting thread. Replace damaged lens
with a new Lens Module by reversing the above
steps.
Unscrew
Lens Module
Lens
Module
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6.5 Tip Size
Tip and beam size from the curing light can be adjusted using 3mm
(tacking and exam tip), 9mm or 13 mm caps.
For temporary bonding, snap on Tacking Tip at the end
of the light tip and apply pressure at the center of
crown/veneer for best contact. Tack for 1 or 2 seconds then remove access
adhesives before final bonding.
For small cavity treatment, snap on 9mm curing cap and place light in
direct contact with occlusal or bonding surface.
For veneer bonding and molar cavity treatment, snap on 13mm
curing cap and place light in direct contact.
6.6 ADJUNCT TOOLS
Three interchangeable light heads are offered for composite curing or oral
exam.
Standard Light Head comes with the standard kit
for LED light curing applications with
photoinitiators active to wavelengths from 420-490nm.
Violet Light Head (optional) provides violet light
(390 – 430 nm) for (a) oral lesion/cancer screening;
(b) curing of standard and lower wavelength initiator adhesives and (c)
composite visualization/removal.
White Light Head (optional) offers an exam probe light that
provides high power intra oral illumination and
transillumination (best used with tacking tip) for detection of
dental caries, cracks and location of root canal.
Full-arch Bleaching Attachment (optional) snaps at the end of the light
tip to convert the light into a full–arch bleaching light.
7. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Voltage
100-240 V (50/60Hz) to Power Adapter;
Regulated 5V DC to handpiece.
Lamp
High Power LEDs. 100000 hours lifetime.
Wavelength Standard Light Head: 420 – 490 nm
Range
Violet Light Head: 390 – 430 nm
White Light Head: 5000-6500 K
Light
Standard Light Head:
Intensity
2700 mW/cm2 (±10%) (High Power Mode);
1300 mW/cm2 (±10%) (Standard Power mode)
Battery
Lithium Ion. 90 minutes recharge time. 35-45 minutes
Shutoff
Operating
Temperature
Storage
Weight
Dimension
Standards
continuous run time. 500 full charge-discharge life cycles.
Timer auto shutoff; User shut off anytime by pressing
On/Off key; Low battery auto shutoff; Overheat auto
shutoff (normally after 4 minutes continuous run). Self
protection shutoff is accompanied by warning backlight
and audible alarm as well as flashing THERMAL STATE
or BATTERY BAR symbols.
0 –35 ºC
Take apart Battery Assembly from Main Control Unit;
Storage temperature: -10 – 40 ºC
111 grams
22 mm diameter; 200 mm full handpiece length.
Complies to CE 89/336/EEC, EN60601-1-2,
EN61000-3-2, EN61000-3-3, IEC60601-1-2
8. LIMITED TWO-YEAR WARRANTY
Register your FUSION at www.dentlight.com. DentLight Inc. extends a
two-year warranty against defects in material and workmanship to the
original purchaser of this product from an Authorized dealer, except the
Battery Assembly and Charging Stand (one-year warranty). This warranty
is valid providing factory inspection indicates that any such defect
developed during normal and proper use. DentLight shall under no
circumstances be liable for incidental, special, consequential damages and
damage from misuse including the following expressed or implied:
 Improper operation, accident or neglect, misuse or abuse, such as
physical damage (drop, dents, cracks, scratches, etc.);
 Liquid, water, rain, extreme humidity, ultrasonic, autoclaving;
 Improper repairs or modifications that have not been carried out by a
certified Service Center;
 Use of other spare parts and accessories than from the manufacturer
such as power adapter;
 Other acts which are not the faults of DentLight.
In case of a warranty claim, the complete apparatus must be returned,
carriage paid, to your dealer or directly to DentLight with the proof of
purchase. Call 1-800-763-6901 to obtain RMA number then fill out RMA
form online with the approved RMA number.
9. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
TROUBLE
Handpiece
CAUSES
ERROR INDICATION
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Light cannot be
activated
Unit Power is not turned on.
LCD display is blank.
Light cannot be
activated
Battery icon shows one bar or no LCD Battery Indicator is low or LCD is blank and
bar.
can not be turned on with Unit Power Key.
Press and Hold Unit Power Key until the LCD display
turns on. Then select a mode and press On/Off Key (Ref.
1.3).
Charge the battery. If LCD is blank, charge the battery
assembly separately overnight by first unscrewing the battery
assembly from the main control unit and then plug in the power
adapter directly (Ref. 3).
Light cannot be
activated
Handpiece is overheated.
The handpiece, in particular the Light Head is hot.
Light cannot be
Bad electrical contacts and
Shuts down even when battery is full. Shows digital
activated or shuts down connection between the Battery timer count down and hears beeps. Light works
prematurely
Assembly and Main Control Unit. inconsistently.
Damaged connection pin.
Allow the handpiece to cool down in ambient or with
convection air from suction tip or compressed air (Ref. 7).
Clean metal contacts. Ensure good and tight connections. In
case of damaged electrical pins, contact the manufacturer for
service.
Battery Assembly
Battery not charging
Misunderstanding or
electronic defect
Battery not holding
charge
Electronic defect in the Battery
Operating inconsistently. Shuts down even when
Assembly. Drop damaged Battery battery icon shows full bar and battery screwed in
Assembly.
tight. Battery Assembly end with drop mark and
loose component inside.
Electronic defect in the Charging Battery icon shows one or two bars; Charge
Please contact manufacturer or your dealer for replacement of
Stand.
Indicator shows no light while charging; Charge
Charging Stand.
Indicator turns green while bypassing Charging Stand
and directly plugging into the handpiece.
Battery not being
charged
Main Control Unit
Keypad malfunctions.
Electronic defect from liquid
Unable to turn on LCD damage, short circuits and drop
screen, set timer, or turn damage.
on light
Charge Indicator shows no light while charging
from Charging Stand or directly plugging into
the handpiece.
When fully charged, charge indicator goes out and the
battery icon shows three bars. If not, please contact
manufacturer or your dealer for service or replacement
of Battery Assembly.
Please contact manufacturer or your dealer for service or
replacement of Battery Assembly.
After charging Battery Assembly, LCD screen still
Contact the manufacturer or your local dealer for service or
does not turn on with POWER KEY, or can not set replacement of Keypads or Main Control.
timer with MENU KEY, or can not activate curing
light with ON/OFF key (Ref. 1.3).
10. REORDER AND OPTIONAL ITEM CODES
PN
Description
7500080-8
FUSION Curing Light Kit - Silver
7500080-8P
FUSION Curing Light Kit - Pink
7500080-8B
FUSION Curing Light Kit – Blue
7500081
Cuing Caps - 9mm (50/pack)
7500081B
Curing Caps - 13mm (50/pack)
7500081C
T acking T ips – 3mm (20/pack)
7500082
Barrier Sleeves (100/pack)
7500083
Charging Stand
7500084-08
FUSION Battery Assembly
7500085
Power Adapter
7500088
Eye Goggle
7500092
Unit Mount Eye Shield
7500093
Focus Lens Module
7500094
Expanded Beam Lens
7500095
Lens T ool
7500050
Main Control Module
7500060
Standard Light Head Module with Focus Lens
7500060W
White Light Head Module with Focus Lens
7500060U
Violet Light Head Module with Expanded Beam Lens
7500071
Chairside Charge Holder
7500072
Chair Power Extension Cord
7500070
FUSION CHAIR SYST EM
8500122
Loupes Fluorescence Filter
7500100
FUSION-to-DOE Upgrade Kit
7500101
DOE Starter Kit
9200150
Full-arch bleaching attachment
DentLight Inc.
1411 E. Campbell Rd # 500
Richardson, TX 75081 USA
Tel: (800) 763 6901
Outside US: 1-972-889-8857
www.dentlight.com
26506 Norden
Germany
Tel: +49(0)4931 959656
Fax: +49(0)4931 930813
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