Spare Parts for Ultradent U1301

Spare Parts for Ultradent U1301
DENTAL/MEDICAL EQUIPMENT
DENTAL EQUIPMENT
U1301, U3000
U1301
U3000
Instructions for use
G_U1301, U3000_V1.02_36268_GB.pdf
Order no.: 36268GB
Foreword
Dear customer,
To begin with, we would like to congratulate you on your
decision to purchase an ULTRADENT product for your dental
practice.
As is the case for all ULTRADENT products, our 70 years of
experience have been combined with the latest ergonomic
knowledge.
This product comes with documents such as
instructions for use, maintenance instructions,
assembly instructions, and technical
documentation.
You should always keep these documents at
hand.
Read these instructions for use and the
maintenance instructions before using the unit
and be sure to pay attention to all notes,
warnings, and instructions.
This equipment may be used, maintained and
serviced only by people who have been
appropriately trained and are familiar with the
instructions for use and maintenance
instructions.
If third-party manufacturer components are
used, the relevant manufacturer’s instructions
must be observed.
Type
Unit no.
Year of construction
Order no.
ULTRADENT has a quality management system that meets
the requirements of the following standard:
DIN EN ISO 13485:2003 for medical products.
This product bears the CE mark with the EC number of the
certifying body (0123) in accordance with the German
Medical Products Act (Medizinproduktegesetz, MPG) and
the relevant EC Directive, 93/42/EEC.
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Foreword
ULTRADENT
Dental-Medizinische Geräte GmbH & Co. KG
Eugen-Sänger-Ring 10
D-85649 Brunnthal
Tel.
Fax
+49 (0)89 42 09 92-60
+49 (0)89 42 09 92-30
E-mail
Internet
[email protected]
www.ultradent.de
© 07/2010 by ULTRADENT
These instructions for use – and any extracts thereof – may
only be reproduced, translated, or made available to third
parties with the express written permission of ULTRADENT.
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Contents
Safety notes, warranty, liability.......................................1
Presentation of warnings .....................................................1
Warranty .............................................................................1
Proper use and disclaimer ...................................................2
Safety notes ........................................................................3
Disposal ..............................................................................5
Introduction ......................................................................7
Notes on the instructions for use .........................................7
Scope of delivery.................................................................7
Brief description of U1301 ...................................................8
Brief description of U3000 ...................................................9
Technical data...................................................................10
Nameplate for units ...........................................................11
Nameplate for radio-controlled control unit F9 ...................11
Explanation of the symbols on the nameplates ..................11
Removable holder inserts U3000.......................................12
Removing holder inserts ...............................................12
Sterilization...................................................................12
Inserting holder inserts .................................................12
Disinfection ..................................................................12
Startup and operation....................................................13
Startup ..............................................................................13
Using the U1301, U3000 dental component......................14
Control panel.....................................................................14
Key lock .......................................................................15
Contrast .......................................................................15
Symbols for the functions displayed on screen ..................16
Sub-menu ....................................................................17
Chair functions .............................................................18
Infinitely variable control unit – types F9 and F10 ...............19
Changing the battery for the F9 ....................................20
Pedal ...........................................................................21
Middle button ...............................................................21
Left-hand button ..........................................................21
Right-hand button ........................................................21
Removable silicone cover for handle on U1301 tray ..........22
Disinfection ..................................................................22
Sterilization...................................................................22
Removing the silicone cover .........................................22
Fittings.............................................................................23
Three-way syringe FPK .....................................................23
Description...................................................................23
Technical features ........................................................23
Startup .........................................................................23
Replacing the syringe cover .........................................23
Cleaning spray nozzles.................................................23
Sterilization...................................................................24
Disinfection ..................................................................24
Six-way syringe Sprayvit 4000...........................................25
Startup .........................................................................25
Sterilization...................................................................25
Cleaning the nozzle ......................................................25
Disinfection ..................................................................26
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Contents
Non-adjustable turbine ..................................................... 27
Startup ........................................................................ 27
Setting the light ........................................................... 27
Spray cooling .............................................................. 28
Activating spray cooling using foot control F9/F10....... 28
Chip blower ................................................................. 29
Activating the chip blower using foot control F9/F10.... 29
Fitting options.............................................................. 29
Adjustable turbine............................................................. 30
Startup ........................................................................ 30
Speed pre-selection .................................................... 30
Speed pre-selection using foot control F9/F10 ............ 31
Setting the light ........................................................... 31
Spray cooling .............................................................. 32
Activating spray cooling using foot control F9/F10....... 32
Chip blower ................................................................. 33
Activating the chip blower using foot control F9/F10.... 33
Fitting options.............................................................. 33
Lux motor KL 7S .............................................................. 34
Attaching the motor to the handpiece hose ................. 34
Removing the motor from the handpiece hose ............ 34
Connecting attachment instruments ............................ 34
Startup ........................................................................ 34
Speed pre-selection .................................................... 35
Speed pre-selection using the F9/F10 foot control ...... 35
Changing the direction of rotation................................ 35
Changing the direction of rotation
using the F9/F10 foot control....................................... 35
Spray cooling .............................................................. 36
Activating spray cooling
using the F9 and F10 foot controls .............................. 36
Chip blower ................................................................. 36
Activating the chip blower using foot control F9/F10.... 37
Setting the light ........................................................... 37
Cleaning the exterior.................................................... 38
Disinfection.................................................................. 38
Sterilizing in a DIN EN 13060 steam sterilizer ............... 39
Packaging ................................................................... 39
Defective LED light ...................................................... 40
Replacing the O-rings.................................................. 40
Important notes ........................................................... 40
Accessories................................................................. 41
Lux motor K 2 .................................................................. 42
Connecting attachment instruments ............................ 42
Startup ........................................................................ 42
Cleaning the exterior.................................................... 43
Disinfection.................................................................. 43
Sterilization .................................................................. 43
Replacing the high-pressure lamp ............................... 44
Replacing the O-rings.................................................. 44
Important notes ........................................................... 44
Accessories................................................................. 45
Piezoceramic tartar remover without light ......................... 47
Performance data........................................................ 47
Advantages of the piezoceramic system
for tartar removal ......................................................... 47
Advantages of ultrasound in endodontics .................... 47
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Cavitation effect when using ultrasound systems..........48
Startup: tartar removal mode........................................48
Startup: endodontic mode ...........................................49
Startup: periodontal mode............................................50
Regulating intensity ......................................................51
Pre-selecting the intensity using foot control F9/F10.....51
Spray cooling ...............................................................51
Activating spray cooling using foot control F9/F10........51
Regulating the water flow .............................................52
Cleaning the exterior ....................................................52
Disinfection ..................................................................52
Sterilization...................................................................52
Important areas of application ......................................53
Performance data ........................................................53
Tips and notes on use ..................................................54
Tartar removal.........................................................54
Root canal treatment...............................................54
Amalgam condensation...........................................54
Removing cement residue.......................................54
Removing crowns ...................................................54
Accessories (tips and inserts) .......................................55
Piezoceramic tartar remover with light ...............................57
The tartar removal handpiece is fitted
with a powerful LED ring that has a very long lifespan........57
Startup and operation ..................................................57
Setting the light ............................................................57
Cleaning the exterior ....................................................58
Cleaning the light guide surface....................................58
Sterilization...................................................................58
Disinfevtion...................................................................58
Replacing the LED ring.................................................59
Accessories .................................................................59
Multimedia equipment
(flatscreen monitor and/or intraoral camera).......................60
Separator in accordance with the DVGW ..........................61
Intensive disinfection unit...................................................62
Disinfecting the dental unit and the spittoon ......................63
Filling the disinfection system .......................................63
Disinfecting the spittoon ...............................................64
Disinfecting the dental unit............................................65
Restarting the workstation............................................66
Steripump (physiodispenser) .............................................67
Startup .........................................................................68
Additional sterijoint component for the tartar remover........69
Inserting the intermediate piece ....................................69
Surgical motor...................................................................71
Activating the surgical motor ........................................71
Connecting attachment instruments .............................71
Startup .........................................................................72
Spray cooling ...............................................................72
Activating spray cooling using foot control F9/F10........72
Speed pre-selection .....................................................72
Speed pre-selection using foot control F9/F10 .............73
Changing the direction of rotation.................................74
Changing the direction of rotation
using foot control F9/F10 .............................................74
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Cleaning the exterior.................................................... 74
Disinfection.................................................................. 74
Sterilization .................................................................. 75
Important notes ........................................................... 75
Light polymerization unit, Mini L.E.D model....................... 76
Description .................................................................. 76
Important notes ........................................................... 76
Specification................................................................ 77
Operating elements ..................................................... 77
Startup ........................................................................ 78
Selecting the mode ..................................................... 78
“Standard” mode.................................................... 78
“Pulse” mode ......................................................... 78
“Soft start” mode.................................................... 78
Handling...................................................................... 79
Maintenance................................................................ 79
Cleaning ...................................................................... 80
Disinfection.................................................................. 80
Sterilization .................................................................. 81
15 x 30 cm x-ray viewer ................................................... 82
Startup ........................................................................ 82
External care ............................................................... 82
Disinfection.................................................................. 82
Small pluggable x-ray viewer ............................................ 82
External care and disinfection ...................................... 82
Additional external device ................................................. 83
Instrument rinsing in accordance with the RKI .................. 84
Permanent disinfection unit............................................... 86
Separator in accordance with the DVGW.......................... 87
Supply unit ....................................................................... 88
Safety note ....................................................................... 88
Automatic activation of unit-mounted lamp ....................... 89
Annex:
Electrical appliances - disposal at the end of useful life
Guidelines and manufacturer declaration
Table 201 - Electromagnetic emissions
Table 202 - Resistance to electromagnetic interference
Table 204 - Resistance to electromagnetic interference
Table 206 - Recommended safety distances
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Safety notes, warranty, liability
It is vital that you read this chapter before starting
up the unit.
In order to use the unit correctly, properly, and without
danger, you need to be familiar with and observe the relevant
safety rules and notes.
You should therefore read this chapter carefully before
starting up the unit, paying particular attention to the
warnings and notes listed here.
Presentation of warnings
Important aspects which affect the safety of people and the
unit are highlighted in these instructions for use with the
following headings and symbols:
Caution!
The Caution! symbol indicates notes which must be
observed because ignoring them would endanger the
life and health of the operator or other individuals.
Important!
The Important! symbol indicates notes which must be
observed because ignoring them could damage the
unit and could cause property damage.
Note!
The Note! symbol indicates texts which are particularly
important and must be observed as ignoring them may
lead to malfunctions during operation.
Tip!
☞
Tips are notes indicating how operational processes
can be improved.
Warranty
Warranty claims can only be asserted if the warranty
conditions are met.
They are included in the general terms and conditions of sale
and delivery. In addition, the notes and warnings in the
instructions for use and maintenance instructions must be
observed.
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Safety notes, warranty, liability
A handover certificate is enclosed with the delivered product.
If the handover certificate is missing, you should request it
from your dealer without delay.
Please make sure that you complete the handover certificate
and send it back to ULTRADENT within 15 days of the
assembly of the unit.
ULTRADENT uses the handover certificate to record details
of the unit so that it can be traced and any subsequent
improvements can be made where necessary. The certificate
will be used as the basis for meeting any warranty claims.
The warranty begins on the unit handover date entered.
Proper use and disclaimer
The unit can only be used as directed for
normal use in orthodontic and dental practices.
Any use outside of this will be considered improper.
ULTRADENT will not accept liability for any damage resulting
from such use; the risk will be borne solely by the user.
This equipment may only be operated by trained medical
personnel.
Proper use also involves adhering to the notes in the instructions for use and maintenance instructions, and also carrying
out inspection and maintenance work as specified.
The unit may only be operated after it has
been started up, including a functional
check and safety check, and after the user/
operating staff have been briefed by an
authorized medical product consultant.
The fact that the unit has been started up
and handed over correctly must be
documented (including details of tests, the
expert providing the briefing, the users
briefed, etc.) both in the handover
certificate and in Ultradent’s medical
products book.
Please read the instructions for use and the
maintenance instructions before using,
maintaining, or repairing the unit, paying
particular attention to all safety notes.
The relevant accident prevention regulations and other
generally recognized rules regarding safety and occupational
medicine must be adhered to. ULTRADENT will not accept
any liability for damage that results from disregarding these
regulations.
If you make any changes to the unit yourself or if you use
spare parts, accessories, or special fittings that have not
been checked and approved by ULTRADENT, this may have
a detrimental effect on the safety of the unit. ULTRADENT will
not accept liability for any damage resulting from this.
ULTRADENT will not accept any liability for injury and/or
property damage that results from disregarding the safety
notes, disregarding the instructions for use, or violating the
duty to act with due care
while handling,
while operating,
while maintaining, or
while repairing
the unit, even if these duties to act with due care are not
specifically pointed out in the safety notes in the instructions
for use and the maintenance instructions.
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Safety notes, warranty, liability
Safety notes
ULTRADENT has a certified quality management system
which meets the requirements of the DIN EN ISO13485 standard for medical products.
The requirements of the German Ordinance
on the Installation, Operation and Use of
Medical Devices (MedizinprodukteBetreiberverordnung, MPBetreibV) and the
requirements of the German Medical
Products Act (Medizinproduktegesetzes,
MPG) must be adhered to by the operator/
installer and supervisor of the system or
medical product.
Section 6 of the German Ordinance on the
Installation, Operation and Use of Medical
Devices (MedizinprodukteBetreiberverordnung, MPBetreibV)
specifies all the checks required during the
maintenance of this equipment.
The user is required to avoid bacterial
contamination in the equipment by taking
suitable measures.
If there is any reason to believe that a worn
part or a technical fault in the unit may put
patients or users at risk, an authorized
customer service partner must be
commissioned without delay to investigate
the unit and rectify the fault where
necessary.
The requirements of VDE 0751-1 "Repeat
testing and testing prior to commissioning
of medical electrical devices and systems general provisions" must be observed in
full.
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ULTRADENT dental units, motorized chairs and spittoons
are manufactured in accordance with the relevant safety
regulations and meet the statutory requirements for medical
equipment (e.g. the German Medical Products Act (Medizinproduktegesetz, MPG) and EC Directive 93/42/EWG). EMC
requirements have been checked and are observed.
ULTRADENT can only be held responsible for the safetyrelated properties of the unit if the unit has been assembled,
started up, serviced, and modified by ULTRADENT or by a
party expressly authorized by ULTRADENT for this purpose
and the unit is used in accordance with the instructions for
use and maintenance instructions.
Another prerequisite is that components which affect the safety
of the unit are replaced with original parts in the event of failure.
In-house installation must have been carried out in line with
the requirements laid out in our installation documents.
Changes to the unit’s fittings that may affect the safety of
operators, patients, or third parties are not permissible due to
statutory regulations.
For reasons relating to product safety, this product may only be
operated using original accessories from ULTRADENT or thirdparty accessories that have been authorized by ULTRADENT.
If unauthorized accessories are used, the user will bear the risk.
The operator of the unit is obliged to maintain an inventory
listing of dental equipment and maintain a medical products
book for all units in accordance with Attachment 2 of the
German Ordinance on the Installation, Operation and Use of
Medical Devices (MPBetriebV).
According to the German Ordinance on the Installation,
Operation and Use of Medical Devices (MedizinprodukteBetreiberverordnung), this dental-medical unit must be
subject to a safety check when it is first started up and then
at least every 2 years as well as after every change/repair to
safety-related parts. Moreover, these safety checks must be
documented in the medical products book.
The medical products book must be stored near the unit,
together with the instructions for use.
When it comes to carrying out safety checks, the operator
must always commission individuals who meet the
requirements laid out in Section 6 of the MedizinprodukteBetreiberverordnung. The operator must carry out technical
inspections of this medical unit or have such inspections
carried out on a regular basis and as required. We
recommend that you have the unit serviced once a year by a
party authorized by Ultradent or by the Ultradent factory
customer service.
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Caution!
Disconnect the unit from the mains before carrying
out any maintenance work or rectifying faults.
Caution!
This unit is not intended for operation in rooms
where there is a risk of explosion.
Caution!
High-speed power equipment generates highfrequency operating noise, which may damage
the hearing of people who are subjected to it over
a long period of time. In order to eliminate this
risk, those carrying out treatment are
recommended to use electronic hearing
protection with an audio frequency selection.
Caution!
When patients who have heart pacemakers or
similar implanted systems are treated, the
functionality of the implanted systems is likely to
be affected by electromagnetic fields. The user
must question patients accordingly before
commencing treatment.
Caution!
Due to the risk of electromagnetic interference,
the use of mobile phones is not permitted in the
treatment room while patients are being treated.
Caution!
For safety reasons, the unit must be switched
off using the main switch on the supply unit
before leaving the practice. This has the result
that there is no voltage on any of the mains
outputs of the power supply unit.
When the main switch is switched off, the air
and water supply to the units is interrupted by
suitable solenoid valves in the supply unit.
This prevents air or water escaping from the
unit unintentionally.
Check this disconnection by activating the
syringe. Once the supply has been
disconnected, air and water should escape
from the multi-way syringe only briefly when
the relevant lever is operated.
We recommend switching off the water supply
to the units centrally before leaving the
practice.
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Disposal
Your dental unit is labeled with the “crossed out garbage
can” sign on its nameplate and was brought into circulation
after 13 August 2005.
The product must be disposed of in accordance with
country-specific regulations.
So please observe the regulations valid in your country.
Within the European Economic Area, Directive 2002/96/EC
(WEEE) for electrical and electronic equipment requires
environmentally friendly use/disposal. This means that the
product must be disposed of separately from domestic
waste.
Clean and disinfect the unit in accordance with the relevant
provisions before making it available for disposal.
Please contact your dealer or Ultradent if you wish to dispose
of your product for good.
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Notes on the instructions for use
The instructions for use and the notes
enclosed with the medical product must be
stored in such a way that the information
needed in order to use the medical product
is available to users at all times (Section 9
of MPBetreibV).
These instructions for use contain important information
about using the unit. They help to avert hazards and repair
costs as well as reducing downtime. This increases reliability
during operation and extends the unit’s life.
Operating safety and the usability of the unit directly depend
on its maintenance and servicing. It is therefore essential that
maintenance and servicing work is carried out on a regular
basis. Details of how to maintain the unit are provided in the
corresponding maintenance instructions.
When maintaining the unit it is vital that you
proceed as described in the maintenance
instructions.
If you have any questions regarding the unit, its maintenance,
or the instructions for use, please consult your ULTRADENT
dealer.
Unit U3000 is a mobile or floor-mounted dental
treatment unit. A flexible supply hose fixes it to the
associated power supply unit, which is either
separate or integrated into the motorized chair.
The U1301 unit consists of the dental treatment
component – attached to the instrument table – and
the U739 spittoon.
These instructions for use only describe the dental
treatment component.
There are separate instructions for using the chair
spittoons and you should proceed as described in
these instructions.
There are separate instructions for the rest of the
workplace equipment and you should proceed as
described in these instructions with regard to this.
Scope of delivery
The instructions for use describe the unit and how to operate
it with the maximum possible fittings.
The scope of delivery will not necessary be identical to the
maximum unit fittings. It depends on the scope of delivery
defined by you. You will find a list of all possible components
under “Fittings” in the table of contents.
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Brief description of U1301
➁
➀
➂
➆
Abb. 1
Chair-mounted unit U1301 belongs with chair spittoon U739
(Abb. 1). They can only be operated together. The unit can
be supplied with integrated multimedia equipment (flat
screen and intraoral camera).
➃
➄
➅
The unit is intended to be attached to ULTRADENT patient
chair GL2020. However, it can also be attached to other
ULTRADENT patient chairs and several chairs from third
parties with the aid of special attachment pieces.
➀ Flat screen
➁ Lamp pillar
➂ Unit pillar
➃ Pivot arm
➄ Adjusting screw for pivot arm
➅ Dental unit U1301
➆ Chair spittoon U739
The adjusting screw ➄, which can be used to brake the arm
in the vertical direction to a greater or lesser extent
depending on the load, is located on the instrument table’s
pivot arm.
Important!
Never move the pivot arm by force when the adjusting
screw is tightened as this may damage it.
When the unit is attached to third-party chairs, it is in some
cases a good idea to mount the unit pillar➂ on the floor to
increase stability.
An operating lamp can be fitted with the aid of a lamp pillar
➁. For stability reasons, however, we only recommend doing
so in conjunction with the latest ULTRADENT chairs
(UD 2010 and GL2020) or floor-mounted units.
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Brief description of U3000
The U3000 dental unit (Fig. 2) is a mobile ➀ or floor-mounted
➁ dental treatment unit. A flexible supply hose fixes it to the
accompanying supply unit, which is either separate or
integrated into the motorized chair ➀ (Fig. 3).
➀
The unit can be combined with all common ULTRADENT
spittoons and motorized chairs to transform it into a fullyfledged workplace.
➁
The unit can also be supplied with integrated multimedia
equipment (flat screen and intraoral camera).
Moreover, it is completely suited for partially modernizing
existing workplaces from ULTRADENT or other suppliers
(Fig. 3).
➀ Power supply unit
(separate or integrated into the motorized chair)
➁ Supply hose
➂ Foot control
➃ Unit body U3000
Fig. 2
➂
➃
➁
➀
Fig. 3
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Technical data
Type ..................................................... U1301, U3000
Rated voltage**.....................................230 V~ 50/60 Hz
(see nameplate for other voltages)
Rated input...........................................approx. 450 VA
(depending on fittings)
Weight..................................................approx. 30 kg
(depending on version)
Operating mode ...................................Continuous
operation with intermittent loading
Fusing in the power supply unit ............T 10 A
Protection class....................................1
Degree of protection of the application .... Type BF
parts against electric shock
Degree of protection against.................Standard unit
water penetration
(not protected)*
Fixed unit
Water pressure .....................................2.5-6 bar
Air pressure ..........................................6-8 bar
Optionally installed:
Tartar remover
Frequency .......................................28-35 kHz
Rated power ...................................8 VA
Foot control F9
Transmitting frequency ....................869.85 MHz
Transmitting power..........................1mW
Modulation ......................................GFSK
Power supply ..................................2xLR6/AA/Mignon
battery, alkalimanganese
(recommended)
The transmitting frequency is in the ISM band.
*Foot control and power supply unit in accordance with IPX1.
** In supply unit (floor socket)
IPX1 indicates the degree to which the casing is protected
against water (here: protected against dripping water).
The units are not intended for operation in explosive
areas!
We reserve the right to make changes during technical
development.
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Nameplate for units
Attached to the bottom of the unit body – see ➀ (Fig. 4) e.g.
U1301. Nameplate for power supply unit (rating plate)
ULTRADENT
Dental-Med. Geräte
Eugen-Sänger-Ring 10
D-85649 Brunnthal
0123
U1301
➁
➀
Typ U 1301/6
SN 860
REF 8341
2007
DAB
Attached to the front below the motor casing of the motorized
chair ➁ (Fig. 4) or, if the power supply unit is free-standing,
externally on the frontal area of the frame e.g. GL2020.
Vers.teil Typ 2020
SN siehe innen!
U/f 230V~ /50Hz
P 1800 VA
ULTRADENT
Dental-Med. Geräte
Eugen-Sänger-Ring 10
REF 8250
D-85649 Brunnthal
0123
2007
IPX1
Nameplate for radio-controlled control unit F9
➀
Attached to the bottom of the control unit’s base plate.
Dental-Med. Geräte
Eugen-Sänger-Ring 10
D-85649 Brunnthal
Typ F9
SN 951
0123
U3000
869,85MHz/1mW
REF 8020
2007
IPX1
Explanation of the symbols on the nameplates
Please pay attention to the important notes in the
accompanying documents!
Fig. 4
Classification: unit type BF.
DAB Operating mode: Continuous operation with
intermittent loading.
(The permissible utilization times correspond to the
way dentists work.)
IPX1 Casing protection against water:
Protected against dripping water.
(IPX1 is valid for the unit’s power supply unit and foot
control.)
For details of separate disposal,
(see disposal notes)
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Removable holder inserts U3000
➀
The inserts in the six holders ➀ (Fig. 5) can be taken out of
the holders when required and sterilized in the autoclave at
up to 135°C and 2.1 bar (minimum dwell time: 3 minutes).
Removing holder inserts
•
Switch the unit off using the main switch for the
workplace.
•
•
Remove the handpiece from the holder.
•
Remove the insert from the holder by pulling it forwards.
Fig. 5
Reach under the equipment holder and press the tab ➀
(Fig. 6) - located at the bottom of the insert on the rear
side - forwards. The insert will disengage.
Sterilization
The inserts can be sterilized in the autoclave at up to 135°C
and 2.1 bar (minimum dwell time: 3 minutes).
Inserting holder inserts
•
➀
Put the insert back in the relevant holder.
Important!
Make sure that the insert snaps into place again.
The light barrier will not work properly otherwise.
Fig. 6
•
•
Put the handpiece back into the holder.
Switch the workplace on again.
Disinfection
The holder inserts can be disinfected using a chemical
disinfectant (either for spraying or wiping).
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Startup and operation
Startup
Switch the workstation on at the main switch.
The main switch ➀ is located beneath one side of the chair
(Fig. 7).
When it is switched on, the switch and the displays on the
treatment unit and spittoon light up. The unit is ready for
operation.
You can now take the required instruments from the holders
and start them using the foot control.
➀
Fig. 7
The instrument that has been removed from the holder is
ready for operation. If several instruments have been taken
out – with the exception of the syringe and any camera that
is installed – the active one is always that which was taken
out first.
Take care when changing the drill or other
attachments to the handpieces:
When changing the drill or other attachments
between treatments, you must be careful not to
press the pedals on the foot control. There will
otherwise be a risk of injury!
Important!
Prior to the first treatment each day, always run
the mouth rinse glass filler on the spittoon at
least five times (without the cup).
In addition, all water-bearing equipment within
the workstation, e.g. syringes, motors, turbines
and tartar removers (all without handpieces and
elbow joints) should be run in wet operation for
2 minutes in order to get rid of the old water
(RKI recommendation). You do this as described
in the “Instrument rinsing” section.
If the unit is not used for an extended period of time,
the water in the unit and in the supply pipe will develop
bacteria. It may then have levels of bacteria much
higher than the permissible maximum of 100 CFU/ml
specified by the Drinking Water Ordinance.
In such cases, it is essential that you flush the
equipment for longer.
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Startup and operation
Display
Using the U1301, U3000 dental component
➁
➃
➂
➇
The unit includes an LCD display to visualize the unit and
instrument functions ➀ (Fig. 8). The functions are
represented by large, easily comprehensible symbols.
In addition, the touch-screen contains 6 touch keys for the
following functions: call, menu, instrument rinse, bowl rinse,
mouth rinse glass and key lock, plus another 5 keys for
operating the chair.
➀
0
The most important instrument functions are carried out
using the F9 or F10 foot control.
➄
➅
Additional settings and functions can be carried out by
pressing the symbols ➁, ➂, ➃, ➄, ➅, ➆, ➇ (Fig. 8) on the
display.
➆
LCD display
17
11
23
Control panel
➀ The LCD display is illuminated when the unit is ready for
12
13
CH
18
24
19
25
➁ Key for bell (or door opener).
➂ Menu key.
This enables you to access additional functions via
sub-menus.
20
14
operation. It shows the relevant instrument and unit
functions by means of symbols. The instrument functions
are controlled by the foot control. Only the symbol relating
to the instrument removed from its holder is displayed.
➃ Instrument rinse key.
15
10 25 50 100
Used for simultaneously rinsing all instruments that have
been removed.
21
➄ Spittoon bowl rinse key.
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Fig. 8
ENDO
PARO
22
0
1
Press = ON
The spittoon bowl rinsing function is deactivated
automatically after around 12 seconds.
➅ Mouth rinse glass fill key.
Press = ON
This fills the cup. The filling function is deactivated
automatically once the defined quantity of water has
been run.
➆ Key lock.
This locks the keyboard during cleaning.
➇ Keys for operating the motorized chair.
➉
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Display
Key lock
➁
➃
➂
➇
The control panel is equipped with a key lock, which can be
used to lock all the triggering functions on the display.
This enables you to prevent functions being triggered
accidentally when the unit is being wiped with disinfectant.
Proceed as follows:
➀
0
•
•
•
➄
➅
➆
17
13
23
18
12
CH
24
19
25
15
10 25 50 100
21
16
ENDO
PARO
22
The key lock remains active for as long as the keyboard is
being wiped. The previous menu automatically reappears 3 seconds after wiping ceases.
Contrast
The display contrast can be set using the display. Press the
menu key ➂ (Fig. 9) when all the instruments are placed in
their holders. The sub-menu then appears.
Tap the key marked with a right arrow 21 (Fig. 9) until the 25
(Fig. 9) symbol appears.
You can then change the contrast by tapping the keys
marked with the 23 (Fig. 9) symbols. Once the required
contrast has been set, you return to the main menu by
tapping the ➂ (Fig. 9) key.
20
14
Press the key ➆ (Fig. 9)
The symbol 19 (Fig. 9) appears on the display.
You can repeat this process as often as required.
LCD display
11
Place all handpieces in the holders.
0
1
Fig. 9
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Startup and operation
Symbols for the functions displayed on
screen
Hot/cold display for six-way syringes for which the
selector switch is not integrated into the handpiece.
The display is illuminated when hot mode is selected
using the foot control.
Display for spray mode.
The display is illuminated when spray mode is selected
using the foot control.
CH
Chip blower display.
The display is illuminated when the chip blower is
selected using the foot control.
Display for anticlockwise rotation for micro motors.
The display is illuminated when anticlockwise rotation
mode is selected using the foot control.
10 25 50 100
ENDO
PARO
Displays for four speed or intensity ranges that can be
pre-selected for all adjustable equipment using the
control unit. The range is displayed as a percentage of
the maximum value. The range across which infinite
adjustment is possible on the control unit is displayed
– in ascending order starting with the minimum.
Display for the required tartar remover mode.
A setting is pre-selected using the foot control.
• The display is not illuminated: tartar removal mode
• PARO display: Periodontal mode
• ENDO display: Endodontal mode
Display for any external attachment that is connected.
The display is illuminated when an external attachment
is operated using the foot control.
Display for intensive sterilization (if incorporated).
When intensive sterilization is switched on, the display
lamp lights up.
The sub-menu is activated via the appropriate symbol.
Display for key lock.
Lights up when the key lock is activated. The lock
remains active for as long as the keyboard is being
wiped. The previous menu automatically re-appears 3
seconds after wiping ceases.
Display for instrument rinsing.
This is displayed when the rinsing function is activated.
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Sub-menu
The sub-menu is activated via the adjacent symbol.
In the sub-menus, the function to be changed is
displayed at the top center of the screen.
In the submenus, the keys perform a different function
and are used for the submenu settings.
Tapping on the keys above these symbols takes you to
the previous or the next sub-menu.
Intensive sterilization sub-menu.
0
1
When intensive sterilization is activated, the symbol 0
or 1 appears in the sub-menu.
Tapping the key beneath the symbol switches the
sterilization on and off.
The current state can be seen from the key symbol.
External device sub-menu.
0
1
When an external device is activated, the symbol 0 or
1 appears in the sub-menu for the external device.
Tapping the key beneath the symbol switches the
external device on and off.
This is only possible if no instrument is removed from
its holder.
Light sub-menu.
The symbols + and - appear in the light sub-menu.
By tapping on the keys under these symbols, you can
set the brilliance of the light instrument that is removed
from its holder.
Contrast sub-menu.
The symbols + and - appear in the contrast sub-menu.
By tapping on the keys under these symbols, you can
set the contrast for the display.
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Startup and operation
Chair functions
There are also 5 keys for operating the chair on the touchscreen next to the key fields for operating devices (Fig. 10).
Briefly tapping on the 4 direction keys takes the chair to
programmed positions 1, 2 and 3 and the neutral position.
Pressing for longer on the keys enables you to manually
move the chair up, down, forwards and backwards.
The S key is reserved for the rinsing position.
0
If no instrument or camera is removed, no external device is
selected, and no instrument rinsing active, the 4 buttons on
the foot control can also be used to control the chair.
For this purpose, the foot control buttons (Fig. 11) are aligned
the same as the keys on the touch-screen (Fig. 10) i.e. the
left button ➂ (Fig. 11) corresponds to key III, the middle
button ➁ (Fig. 11) corresponds to key I, the right button ➃
(Fig. 11) corresponds to key II, and the pedal ➀ (Fig. 11)
corresponds to key 0.
Fig. 10
➀=0
➁=I
➂ = III
➃ = II
➂
➁ ➃
➀
Briefly pressing the foot control buttons activates the
programmed chair positions, and pressing for longer allows
you to control the chair manually.
As a reminder, the chair functions for the 4 buttons are
marked by arrows on the top of the pedal (Fig. 12).
Fig. 11
However, as soon as an instrument is removed from its
holder (apart from the syringe), the chair functions are
locked.
0
Fig. 12
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➂
Infinitely variable control unit – types
F9 and F10
➁ ➃
➀
The infinitely variable type F9 and F10 controls (Fig. 13) have
a pedal ➀ and buttons ➁ ... ➃ for switching between
different operating modes.
Control unit F10 is connected to the dental unit by a cable.
Control unit F9 does not have a cable. Instead, it is fitted with
radio control.
Fig. 13
Note!
The possibility of faults (resulting from strong external
interference) can never be eliminated entirely in the case
of radio-controlled control units. However, the selected
frequency, the modulation, and the data structure make
it extremely unlikely that this will actually happen. In
extreme cases, the unit must be converted to use a cable
control by an authorized customer service office.
Note!
The F9 radio-controlled control unit is only intended to be
used for dental treatment units from Ultradent. Using it in
any other way does not comply with the intended
purpose and is not permissible. It meets the technical
and administrative requirements of the R & TTE
Guidelines (which can be viewed on Ultradent’s
Website). It can be used in the EAA / EFTA states A, B,
DK, E, FIN, F, GR, D, IS, I, IRI, NL, L, N, P, CH, S, and
GB.
Caution!
If several units with type F9 control units are used in a
practice, all control units will run on different channels
assigned to the respective units. They must never be
swapped because doing so would lead to
uncontrollable malfunctions at the various
workstations.
The various channels are set by the technician while
assembling the workstation. The technician can also
change the settings at a later stage, as described in the
relevant assembly instructions. This might be
necessary if other dental equipment with F9 control
units is operated in the direct proximity of the practice
or if the existing control unit is replaced with another
control unit.
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Changing the battery for the F9
➀
Note!
Only change the batteries when the workstation is
switched on.
Caution!
Fig. 14
The batteries required by the F9 are located in the battery
compartment underneath the foot control (Fig. 14).
If the batteries are not sufficiently charged, an acoustic
signal (three beeps) is output from the motorized chair’s
supply unit each time the pedal is released ➀ (Fig. 15).
The batteries must then be exchanged without delay
(within one or two days). Failure to do so may lead to
malfunctions in the unit. You can change the batteries by
removing the two countersunk screws ➀ (Fig. 14) and
simply taking off the lid of the battery compartment.
Insert the batteries the right way round, then screw the lid
back on.
Important: Immediately after changing the batteries,
press the button ➀ (Fig. 15) on the control unit as far as
it will go for around 2 seconds.
Finally, verify that the control unit is working by
activating any drill.
Caution!
Do not use NC batteries.
Their voltage is too low.
In addition, with the low power consumption of the foot
control, the spontaneous discharge of the batteries is
greater than the useful current.
We recommend the following for the power supply:
2xLR6/AA/Mignon batteries, alkali-manganese
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Pedal
➂ ➁ ➃
•
➀
Pressing the pedal ➀ (Fig. 15):
Infinitely variable control of all the equipment that can be
adjusted using the foot control – and/orActivation/
deactivation of all equipment that cannot be adjusted
using the foot control.
The range across which adjustment is possible is
displayed on the control panel 15 (Fig. 16) as a
percentage.
Fig. 15
Middle button
Display
➁
➃
➂
➇
➀
•
Briefly tapping the button ➁ (Fig. 15):
Switches the chip blower on/off.
The display for the chip blower lights up fully when it is
switched on 13 (Fig. 16).
•
Holding down the button ➁ (Fig. 15):
Hot/cold selection for six-way syringes for which the
selector switch is not integrated into the handpiece. The
display for hot/cold mode 11 (Fig. 16)
is located on the control panel.
Left-hand button
0
•
➄
➅
➆
LCD display
17
11
23
Briefly tapping the button ➂ (Fig. 15):
Switches the direction of rotation between clockwise and
anticlockwise.
In anticlockwise mode, the display lights up 14 (Fig. 16),
also when switching from the tartar remover function to
the ENDO/PARO function.
The display for tartar remover/ENDO/PARO mode is
located on the control panel 16 (Fig. 16).
Important!
12
13
CH
18
24
19
25
The direction of rotation can only be switched when the
motor is at rest.
•
20
14
Holding down the button ➂ (Fig. 15):
Switches to a lower speed range (release the button
when the required position has been reached).
The speed range display 15 (Fig. 16) is located on the
control panel.
Right-hand button
15
10 25 50 100
21
16
ENDO
PARO
22
Fig. 16
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•
Briefly tapping the button ➃ (Fig. 15):
Switches between dry mode and spray mode (motor,
turbine, tartar remover).
In spray mode, the display lights up. 12 (Fig. 16)
•
Holding down the button ➃ (Fig. 15):
Switches to a higher speed range (release the button
when the required position has been reached).
The speed range display 15 (Fig. 16) is located on the
control panel.
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Startup and operation
Removable silicone cover for handle on
U1301 tray
➀
The handle on the U1307 tray is covered with a removable
silicone cover.
➃
Disinfection
The cover and the handle can be disinfected using a chemical disinfectant for wiping.
➁
Sterilization
➂
The silicone cover can be sterilized in the autoclave at up to
135°C and 2.1 bar (minimum dwell time: 3 minutes).
Removing the silicone cover
Fig. 17
The longitudinally slit silicone cover ➀ (Fig. 17) is attached to
the handle using several metal knobs ➁ (Fig. 17) and can be
removed from tray ➂ (Fig. 17) for cleaning, disinfecting, etc.
by pulling it off.
Please note!
Before putting the silicone cover back on,
it is vital that the handle and metal knobs are cleaned
and disinfected.
After the handle is on, push the silicone cover into the
knobs using the supplied tool ➃ (Fig. 17) to ensure it is
seated securely.
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Three-way syringe FPK
➁
➂
➃
➄
Three-way syringe FPK has been developed in accordance
with hygienic and ergonomic requirements (Fig. 18).
Description
➀ Case, handpiece
➁ Cannula
➂ Pushbutton to release the cannula
➃ Water pressure button
➄ Air pressure button
Technical features
➀
Fig. 18
•
The pushbuttons are coated with silicon membranes to
facilitate thorough cleaning.
•
The cannula is made of plastic (which can be sterilized in
the autoclave at 135°C and 2.1 bar with a minimum dwell
time of 3 minutes).
•
The case is made of metal (which can be sterilized in the
autoclave at 135°C and 2.1 bar with a minimum dwell
time of 3 minutes).
•
The cannula can be rotated through 360°.
Since the syringe does not have a heating element, it is
permanently supplied with slightly pre-heated water via the
central hot water supply in the connection box (standard in
almost all ULTRADENT units).
The air is not heated.
Startup
➂
➅
•
Press button ➃ (with a droplet symbol) for the water
supply.
•
•
Press button ➄ for the air supply.
Press both buttons (➃ and ➄) simultaneously to generate
the spray.
The flow of the medium can be metered by varying the
pressure exerted on the membrane switch.
Fig. 19
Replacing the syringe cover
The case and cannula can be replaced. You remove the
parts as follows (Fig. 19):
➆
Fig. 20
•
Press button ➅ and remove the case in the direction of
the arrow.
•
•
Press button ➂ and remove the cannula.
Before putting the cannula and case on, lubricate all
visible seals/O-rings with Vaseline.
Cleaning spray nozzles
If the small nozzles for water and air are blocked, remove the
blockage using the cleaning wire ➆ (Fig. 20).
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Sterilization
The cannula and handle sleeve can be sterilized – separately
– in the autoclave at 135°C and 2.1 bar with a minimum
dwell time of 3 minutes.
Please note!
➂
Only ever sterilize the case and cannula in the
autoclave at 135°C and 2.1 bar with a minimum dwell
time of 3 minutes.
Never use hot air sterilization equipment!
➅
Fig. 21
You remove the parts as follows (Fig. 21):
•
Press button ➅ and remove the case in the direction of
the arrow.
•
Press button ➂ and remove the cannula.
Following sterilization, spread a little Vaseline over all visible
O-rings.
Disinfection
You should only disinfect the exterior. To do so, pull off the
handle sleeve together with the cannula (see above).
Use a disinfectant that is commonly used in dentistry.
Please note!
Never immerse the parts in disinfectant solutions.
The handle sleeve and cannula should only be
disinfected externally.
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Six-way syringe Sprayvit 4000
The six-way syringe Sprayvit 4000 is a multipurpose
handpiece. It allows you to deliver air, water, and spray by
simply pressing pushbuttons. The media are warmed using a
built-in heating component.
Startup
•
•
•
•
Press the button on the right for the water supply.
•
The heating component switches itself on automatically
when you press the pushbuttons – if it is pre-selected and
displayed on the control panel.
Fig. 22
Press the button on the left for the air supply.
Press both buttons at the same time to eject spray.
Select the required nozzle direction by turning the nozzle
(Fig. 22).
Caution!
➀
In order to prevent the water temperature
becoming too high, with the associated risk of
scalding, the nozzle must be cleaned regularly.
Air and water must be able to leave the nozzle
unhindered.
Vaseline
Fig. 23
Sterilization
The nozzle and handle sleeve can be sterilized in the
autoclave at 135°C and 2.1 bar with a minimum dwell time of
3 minutes.
➁
Please note!
Only ever sterilize the handle sleeve and nozzle in the
autoclave at 135°C and 2.1 bar with a minimum dwell
time of 3 minutes. Never use hot air sterilization
equipment!
➂
➃
Fig. 24
➅
Fig. 25
➄
•
Remove the nozzle from the handle sleeve by turning it
slightly (Fig. 23).
•
Press the locking button ➁ (Fig. 24) in order to
remove the handle sleeve at the end of the supply hose.
•
Following sterilization, spread a little Vaseline over both
O-rings ➀ (Fig. 23).
•
When putting the parts back together, please pay
attention to the position of the valve body ➂ in relation to
the handle sleeve. The buttons ➃ in the handle sleeve
must not be pressed in the process.
Cleaning the nozzle
If required, the water conduit in the nozzle can be cleaned using
the cleaning wire provided ➄ (Fig. 25). It may help to unscrew the
tip of the nozzle ➅.
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Disinfection
You should only disinfect the exterior. To do so, pull off the
handle sleeve together with the cannula.
Use a disinfectant that is commonly used in dentistry.
Please note!
Never immerse the parts in disinfectant solutions.
The handle sleeve and nozzle should only be
disinfected externally.
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Display
Non-adjustable turbine
➁
➃
➂
➇
In the case of the non-adjustable turbine, the speed is set to
the maximum. It cannot be adjusted using the foot control.
Startup
➀
0
➄
➅
•
Remove the turbine hose provided from the holder on the
unit ready for operation.
•
Now start the turbine by activating the foot control. For
F9 and F10 type controls, this is done by pressing the
pedal.
➆
Caution!
If a tartar removal handpiece that can be
attached to the turbine hose is used, you should
avoid letting the tip come into direct contact with
fillings or areas adjacent to fillings.
LCD display
11
17
23
12
18
24
Setting the light
25
To change the intensity of the light, remove the turbine hose
from its holder and then press the menu key ➂ (Fig. 26). The
sub-menu then appears.
13
CH
20
14
15
19
10 25 50 100
•
Keep tapping on the right-arrow 21 (Fig. 26) touch key
until the symbol 24 (Fig. 26) appears.
•
By tapping several times on the two touch-keys marked
with the symbols 23 (Fig. 26), the intensity can be
changed incrementally.
21
On the minimum setting, the light goes out completely.
•
16
ENDO
PARO
22
0
1
Once the required intensity has been set, you return to
the main menu by tapping on the ➂ (Fig. 26) key.
The setting is then retained even after the instrument is put
back into the holder and taken out again.
Fig. 26
The light shines for around 15 seconds as soon as the
turbine handpiece is removed from the holder. It goes out if
the turbine is not put into operation during this time. The light
is automatically switched on again when the equipment is
started up.
It also continues to shine for around 15 seconds after the
foot control pedal is released. It goes out immediately when
the turbine hose is replaced in the holder.
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Spray cooling
You can activate or deactivate the spray cooling function
using the foot control. When the spray cooling function is
activated, the spray pre-selection display 12 (Fig. 29) on the
control panel lights up.
➂
Activating spray cooling using foot control F9/F10
➁ ➃
You switch between dry and spray mode by tapping the
right-hand button ➃ (Fig. 27) on the foot control.
•
➀
Briefly tapping the button:
Switches between dry and spray mode.
Tip!
Fig. 27
☞
If the quick coupling on the turbine hose is fitted with a
regulator (Fig. 28), you can use this rotating ring (spray
ring) to set the water quantity for spray mode. The
opening should be opened as far as possible during
normal operation.
Rotating ring (spray ring)
Fig. 28: e.g. KaVo MULTIflex coupling, type 465R
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Display
Chip blower
➁
➃
➂
➇
The unit is fitted with a chip blower as standard. The display
lights up when it is switched on 13 (Fig. 29).
You can activate or deactivate the chip blower using the foot
control. Once you have pressed (tapped) the relevant switch
on the foot control, air will blow out of the spray supply unit
on the turbine. Pressing (tapping) the switch again switches
the air supply off.
➀
0
Activating the chip blower using foot control F9/F10
➄
➅
➆
The chip blower is activated by tapping the middle button
➁ (Fig. 30) on the foot control.
LCD display
•
11
17
23
12
18
24
13
19
CH
25
20
14
15
10 25 50 100
16
ENDO
PARO
Fitting options
If a quick coupling is screwed onto the turbine hose, you can
attach suitable turbine elbows, air motors, or tartar removal
handpieces of your choice to this quick coupling and operate
them in accordance with the instructions for use from the
manufacturer concerned.
There are also turbine elbows, air motors, and tartar removal
handpieces available on the market which can be attached
to the air supply hose directly – without a quick coupling.
21
22
Briefly tapping the button:
Switches the chip blower on/off.
Please note!
0
1
The quick coupling and the attachable equipment are
not included in the product as delivered. It is vital that
the instructions for use from the respective
manufacturers are observed for these parts.
Fig. 29
➂ ➁ ➃
➀
Fig. 30
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Adjustable turbine
In the case of the adjustable turbine, the speed can be
continuously adjusted using the foot control.
Startup
•
Remove the turbine hose provided from the holder on the
unit ready for operation.
•
Now start the turbine by activating the foot control. For
F9 and F10 type controls, this is done by pressing the
pedal.
Caution!
If a tartar removal handpiece that can be
attached to the turbine hose is used, you must
avoid letting the tip come into direct contact with
fillings or areas adjacent to fillings.
Speed pre-selection
The four areas across which continuous adjustment on the
control unit is possible can be pre-selected on the control
unit. The relevant range is displayed on the control panel as a
percentage of the maximum adjustment range 15 (Fig. 31).
The setting is then retained even after the instrument is put
back into the holder and taken out again.
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Display
Speed pre-selection using foot control F9/F10
➁
➃
➂
➇
The speed is pre-selected using the left-hand ➂ and righthand ➃ buttons on the foot control (Fig. 32).
•
➀
Holding down the left-hand button ➂ (Fig. 32):
The pre-selected speed is reduced incrementally by
pressing it for longer.
The relevant value 15 (Fig. 31) is displayed on the screen.
0
•
Holding down the right-hand button ➃ (Fig. 32):
The pre-selected speed/intensity is increased
incrementally by pressing it for longer.
The relevant value 15 (Fig. 31) is displayed on the screen.
➄
➅
➆
LCD display
Setting the light
11
17
23
To change the intensity of the light, remove the turbine hose
from its holder and then press the menu key ➂ (Fig. 31). The
sub-menu then appears.
12
18
24
•
Keep tapping on the right-arrow 21 (Fig. 31) touch key
until the symbol 24 (Fig. 31) appears.
•
13
19
By tapping several times on the two touch-keys marked
with the symbols 23 (Fig. 31), the intensity can be
changed incrementally.
CH
25
On the minimum setting, the light goes out completely.
14
20
•
The setting is then retained even after the instrument is put
back into the holder and taken out again.
15
10 25 50 100
21
16
ENDO
PARO
22
0
1
Fig. 31
Once the required intensity has been set, you return to
the main menu by tapping on the ➂ (Fig. 31) key.
The light shines for around 15 seconds as soon as the
turbine handpiece is removed from the holder. It goes out if
the turbine is not put into operation during this time. The light
is automatically switched on again when the equipment is
started up.
It also continues to shine for around 15 seconds after the
foot control pedal is released. It goes out immediately when
the turbine hose is replaced in the holder.
➂ ➁ ➃
➀
Fig. 32
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Spray cooling
You can activate or deactivate the spray cooling function
using the foot control. When the spray cooling function is
activated, the spray pre-selection display 12 (Fig. 35) on the
control panel lights up.
➂
Activating spray cooling using foot control F9/F10
➁ ➃
You switch between dry and spray mode by tapping the
right-hand button ➃ (Fig. 33) on the foot control.
•
➀
Briefly tapping the button:
Switches between dry and spray mode.
Tip!
Fig. 33
☞
If the quick coupling on the turbine hose is fitted with a
regulator (Fig. 34), you can use this rotating ring (spray
ring) to set the water quantity for spray mode. The
opening should be opened as far as possible during
normal operation.
Rotating ring (spray ring)
Fig. 34: e.g. KaVo MULTIflex coupling, type 465R
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Display
Chip blower
➁
➃
➂
➇
The unit is fitted with a chip blower as standard. When it is
switched on, the display lights up 13 (Fig. 35).
You can activate or deactivate the chip blower using the foot
control. Once you have pressed (tapped) the relevant switch
on the foot control, air will blow out of the spray supply unit
on the turbine. Pressing (tapping) the switch again switches
the air supply off.
➀
0
Activating the chip blower using foot control F9/F10
➄
➅
➆
The chip blower is activated by tapping the middle button
➁ (Fig. 36) on the foot control.
LCD display
•
11
17
23
12
18
24
19
25
Briefly tapping the button:
Switches the chip blower on/off.
Fitting options
13
CH
There are also turbine elbows, air motors, and tartar removal
handpieces available on the market which can be attached
to the air supply hose directly – without a quick coupling.
20
14
If a quick coupling is screwed onto the turbine hose, you can
attach suitable turbine elbows, air motors, or tartar removal
handpieces of your choice to this quick coupling and operate
them in accordance with the instructions for use from the
manufacturer concerned.
Please note!
15
10 25 50 100
21
16
ENDO
PARO
22
0
1
The quick coupling and the attachable equipment are
not included in the product as delivered. It is vital that
the instructions for use from the respective
manufacturers are observed for these parts.
Fig. 35
➂ ➁ ➃
➀
Fig. 36
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Lux motor KL 7S
The KL 7S Lux motor is a brushless three-phase micro motor
with LED light. All handpieces and elbows that have an
INTRAmatic LUX connection can be attached (Fig. 37).
Attaching the motor to the handpiece hose
Moisten the O-rings on the handpiece hose slightly with
spray. Insert the motor into the handpiece hose until it
engages, and secure it with the cap nut.
Fig. 37
Removing the motor from the handpiece hose
Loosen the cap nut and pull the motor out of the handpiece
hose.
Connecting attachment instruments
Attachment:
•
•
Place the instrument onto the motor.
Rotate the instrument until you hear the catch snap into
place.
Removal:
•
Remove the instrument from the motor, rotating it slightly.
Important!
Ensure that the O-rings are not damaged. The ring can
only perform its function if it is in perfect condition.
Important!
Never attach or remove the instruments while the
drive/motor is still rotating.
Startup
•
Remove the motor from the tray on the unit ready for
operation.
•
Now start the motor by activating the foot control. For
control types F9 and F10, this is done by pressing the
pedal.
Important!
Electronic micro motors generate significantly more
power than air turbines or air motors. Poorly
maintained, damaged and improperly used
handpieces generate significantly more frictional heat,
and can inflict burns on patients. This heat may be
generated very quickly and without warning.
Handpieces must be maintained in accordance with
specifications after each use, and inspected for
possible damage.
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Speed pre-selection
Display
➁
➃
➂
The motor speed can be adjusted from 300 - 40,000 min-1.
The four areas across which continuous adjustment is
possible can be pre-selected on the control unit. The range is
displayed on the control panel as a percentage of the
maximum adjustment range. 15 (Fig. 38). This setting is
retained even if the instrument is replaced in the holder and
removed again.
➇
➀
0
Speed pre-selection using the F9/F10 foot control
➄
➅
The speed is pre-selected using the left-hand ➂ and righthand ➃ buttons on the foot control (Fig. 39).
➆
•
Indicator
17
11
23
Holding down the left-hand button ➂ (Fig. 39):
Pressing down on the button reduces the pre-selected
speed incrementally.
The relevant value 15 (Fig. 38) is displayed on the screen.
12
13
CH
18
24
19
25
•
Holding down the right-hand button ➃ (Fig. 39):
Pressing down on the button reduces the pre-selected
speed/intensity incrementally.
The relevant value 15 (Fig. 38) is displayed on the screen.
Changing the direction of rotation
The rotation direction (clockwise/anticlockwise rotation) of
the motor can be changed as required. The direction of
rotation is changed using the appropriate button on the foot
control. The display on the control panel lights up during
anticlockwise rotation mode. 14 (Fig. 38).
20
14
15
10 25 50 100
16
ENDO
PARO
21
Important!
22
0
1
Only change the rotation direction when the motor is
at rest. Violation of this rule may damage the motor
beyond repair!
Fig. 38
Changing the direction of rotation using the F9/F10
foot control
➂ ➁ ➃
The direction of rotation is changed using the left-hand
button ➂ (Fig. 39) on the foot control.
➀
•
Briefly tapping the button:
Switches the rotation direction between clockwise and
anticlockwise.
Fig. 39
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Spray cooling
Display
➁
➃
➂
You can activate or deactivate the spray cooling function
using the foot control. When the spray cooling function is
activated, the spray pre-selection display 12 (Fig. 40) on the
control panel lights up.
➇
Important!
Too little water may lead to the tooth overheating. A
flow of at least 50 cm3/min is needed for spray cooling.
➀
0
Activating spray cooling using the F9 and F10 foot
controls
➄
➅
You switch between dry and spray operation by tapping the
right-hand button ➃ (Fig. 43) on the foot control.
➆
•
Indicator
17
11
23
Briefly tapping the button:
Switches between dry and spray mode.
Tip!
12
13
CH
18
24
19
25
☞
You can meter the amount of spray water by turning
the regulator ➀ (Fig. 41) to the left or right. The
regulator should be opened as far as possible during
normal operation (in the locked position).
Chip blower
The unit is fitted with a chip blower as standard. When it is
switched on, the display lights up 13 (Fig. 40).
20
14
15
10 25 50 100
21
16
ENDO
PARO
22
0
1
You can activate or deactivate the chip blower using the foot
control. Once you have pressed (tapped) the relevant switch
on the foot control, air will blow out of the spray supply unit
on the turbine. Pressing (tapping) the switch again switches
the air supply off.
Fig. 40
➀
Fig. 41
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Display
Activating the chip blower using foot control F9/F10
➁
➃
➂
➇
The chip blower is activated by tapping the middle button
➁ (Fig. 43) on the foot control.
•
➀
Briefly tapping the button:
Switches the chip blower on/off.
Setting the light
0
➄
➅
➆
LCD display
17
11
To change the intensity of the light, remove the motor hose
from its holder and then press the menu key ➂ (Fig. 42). The
sub-menu then appears.
•
Keep tapping on the right-arrow 21 (Fig. 42) touch key
until the symbol 24 (Fig. 42) appears.
•
By tapping several times on the two touch-keys marked
with the symbols 23 (Fig. 42) , the intensity can be
changed incrementally.
23
On the minimum setting, the light goes out completely.
12
13
CH
18
24
19
25
15
10 25 50 100
21
16
ENDO
PARO
22
Once the required intensity has been set, you return to
the main menu by tapping on the ➂ (Fig. 42) key.
The setting is then retained even after the instrument is put
back into the holder and taken out again.
The light shines for around 15 seconds as soon as the
turbine handpiece is removed from the holder. It goes out if
the turbine is not put into operation during this time. The light
is automatically switched on again when the equipment is
started up.
20
14
•
It also continues to shine for around 15 seconds after the
foot control pedal is released. It goes out immediately when
the turbine hose is replaced in the holder.
0
1
Fig. 42
➂ ➁ ➃
➀
Fig. 43
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Cleaning the exterior
Clean the exterior of the motor carefully with a 60 - 70%
alcohol solution (Fig. 44). There should be no need to clean
the interior.
Important!
The motor should be sterilized immediately after
cleaning.
Fig. 44
Disinfection
The exterior of the motor can be disinfected using a chemical
disinfectant (wiping).
Use a disinfectant that is commonly used in dentistry e.g.
Mikrozid AF from Schülke&Mayr (liquid or wipes) or FD 322
from Dürr.
Important!
Do not immerse the motor in the solvent or
disinfectant.
Excess oil, cleaning agent, or disinfectant may
penetrate the drive unit and have a detrimental
effect on how it functions. You should therefore
maintain all the instruments – and attachable
adapters – only as described in the relevant
instructions enclosed with the instruments.
The O-rings on the motor should only be lubricated
using a piece of cotton wool that has been
moistened with a product such as KaVo spray.
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Sterilizing in a DIN EN 13060 steam sterilizer
Important!
Prior to each sterilization cycle, the medical product
must be cleaned as described above.
The product can be sterilized in an autoclave at a maximum
of 138°C.
Packaged sterilization in the autoclave:
The motor can be sterilized using either of two tried-andtested methods.
– 3 x pre-vacuum: 4 minutes at 134°C (+/- 1°C)
– Gravity procedure: 90 minutes at 121 (+/- 1°C)
Area of application in accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions for use.
Important!
Following each sterilization cycle, the medical product
must be removed from the sterilizer immediately to
avoid the risk of contact corrosion.
Ensure the product is dry. This can be done by using an
autoclave with a post-vacuum, or a 10 minute drying phase
with the autoclave door open.
Important!
Leave the motor to cool at room temperature before
reusing.
Packaging
Important!
The sterilization pack must be large enough to hold the
instrument without placing the packaging under stress.
The sterilization packaging must meet the applicable
quality and usage standards, and must be suitable for
the sterilization process.
Only one medical product may be sealed in each
sterilization pack.
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Defective LED light
Please return the motor to the manufacturer for repair via
your specialist dental/medical dealer.
Replacing the O-rings
You change the O-rings on the motor as follows (Fig. 45),
(Fig. 46):
Fig. 45
•
Press the O-rings together between your fingers to create
loops.
•
•
•
Push the O-rings forwards and remove then.
Insert the new O-rings into the grooves.
Lubricate the new O-rings with cotton wool that has been
moistened with spray.
Important!
Do not use Vaseline, oil, or any other type of grease.
Important notes
During extended periods of non-use, the motor must
be cleaned and maintained as instructed. It must be
stored in a dry, heated place.
You must stop working if there are any irregular running
noises, if the motor vibrates too much, or if the motor
becomes too hot.
In such an event, consult the equipment manufacturer
or your dental depot before any major damage occurs.
Tip!
☞
It is recommended that you send the motor back to the
manufacturer every 2 years for a service check.
Fig. 46
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Accessories
➀
The following accessories (Fig. 47) can be obtained from
specialized dental/medical dealers:
➀ O-ring 8.3x0.68 SD
➁ Shim washer 0.35
➂ Seal
➃ O-ring 17x1
Order no. 20002220
Order no. 20007024
Order no. 20006272
Order no. 20002213
Please note!
➁
➂
Handpieces and elbows are not supplied as standard.
You should observe the instructions for use from the
relevant manufacturer.
➃
Fig. 47
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Lux motor K 2
The Lux motor K 2 is a brushless three-phase micro motor
with a light. All handpieces and elbows with an INTRAmatic
LUX connection can be attached (Fig. 48).
Connecting attachment instruments
Attachment:
Fig. 48
•
•
Place the instrument onto the motor.
Turn the instrument until you hear the catch snap into
place.
Removal:
•
Remove the instrument from the motor, turning it slightly
in the direction of the axis.
Please note!
Ensure that the O-ring is not damaged. The ring can
perform its function only if it is in perfect condition.
Please note!
Never attach or remove the instruments while the
drive/motor is still rotating.
Startup
•
Remove the motor from the tray on the unit ready for
operation.
•
Now start the motor by activating the foot control. For F9
and F10 type controls, this is done by pressing the pedal.
You operate the motor as described above for the
KL 7S motor, and can request and set the following
functions:
– Speed pre-selection
However, the minimum speed is 2,000 min-1.
– Changing the direction of rotation
– Spray cooling
– Chip blower
– Setting the light
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Cleaning the exterior
Clean the exterior of the motor carefully with a 60 - 70%
alcohol solution (Fig. 44).
Disinfection
The exterior of the motor can be disinfected using a spraywipe chemical disinfectant.Use a disinfectant that is
commonly used in dentistry e.g. Mikrozid AF from
Schülke&Mayr (liquid or wipes) or FD 322 from Dürr.
Fig. 49
Important!
Do not place the motor in a solvent or disinfectant.
Excess oil, cleaning agent, or disinfectant may
penetrate the drive unit and have a detrimental
effect on how it functions. You should therefore
maintain all the instruments – and attachable
adapters – only as described in the relevant
instructions enclosed with the instruments.
The O-rings on the motor should only be lubricated
using a piece of cotton wool that has been
moistened with a product such as KaVo spray.
Sterilization
The motor cannot be sterilized!
Only the removable motor case can be sterilized in the
autoclave at 135°C and 2.1 bar (dwell time: 3 minutes).
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Replacing the high-pressure lamp
To replace the high-pressure lamp, proceed as follows:
➁
•
•
Unscrew the case ➀ (Fig. 46) by turning it to the left.
•
Push the lamp out of the socket using a fingernail ➁ (Fig.
46).
Remove the case ➀ (Fig. 46) from the motor by pulling it
forwards.
Caution!
➀
Fig. 50
The lamp may still be hot!
You may be injured if you are not careful!
Reverse this procedure to insert the lamp:
•
Place the new lamp in the recess (Fig. 46) in such a way
that the contact areas correspond with those of the
socket.
•
•
•
Push the lamp into the socket.
Place the case back onto the motor.
Screw the case tight by turning it to the right.
Replacing the O-rings
You change the O-rings on the motor as follows (Fig. 45):
•
Press the O-rings together between your fingers to create
loops.
•
•
•
Push the O-rings forwards and remove then.
Insert the new O-rings in the grooves.
Spray the O-rings with KaVo spray.
Important!
Do not use any Vaseline, oils, or other forms of grease.
Fig. 51
Important notes
During extended periods of non-use, the motor must
be cleaned and maintained as instructed. It must be
stored in a dry, heated place.
You must stop working if there are any irregular running
noises, if the motor vibrates too much, or if the motor
becomes too hot.
In such an event, consult the equipment manufacturer
or your relevant dental depot before any major damage
occurs.
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Accessories
The following accessories can be supplied by specialized
dental/medical dealers:
➀
➁
➀ O-ring 8,3x0,68 SD
➁ O-ring 17x0,8 SD
➂ High-pressure lamp SD complete
➃ O-ring 0,7x1 SD
➄ O-ring 17x1 SD
Order no. 20002220
Order no. 20002210
Order no. 20001448
Order no. 20002204
Order no. 20002213
Please note!
Handpieces and elbows are not included in the scope
of delivery. Observe the instructions for use from the
relevant manufacturer here.
➂
➃
➄
Fig. 52
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Piezoceramic tartar remover without light
The tartar remover’s ultrasound oscillations are generated
piezoelectrically.
Performance data
Frequency
Power rating
28-35 kHz
8 VA
Advantages of the piezoceramic system for tartar
removal
– Linear oscillations do not damage healthy enamel.
– Good performance at 28,500 Hz (28,500 oscillations per
second).
– Cavitation effect.
– Efficiency of over 90 % (low loss of energy caused by
mechanical friction and therefore little warming).
– Minimal warming of handpiece. The handpiece can also
be operated without water.
– Removable tip.
– Light, ergonomic handpiece.
– Feedback system (automatic power regulation).
Advantages of ultrasound in endodontics
– Water to which ultrasound has been applied is able to
reach all parts of the root canal wall (depending on the
morphological and anatomical structure of the root canal).
– Ideal treatment is achieved across the entire inner surface
of the root canal (in many cases, conventional
instruments do not reach all parts of the inner root canal
surface).
– Water is also distributed in the apical third by the
ultrasound waves.
– The ultrasound cavitation effect allows maximum cleaning
efficiency (anti-bacteriological effect and reduced risk of
infection).
– The ultrasound cleaning and the associated shape of the
inner root canal surface has the result that root canal
fillings adhere better.
– The thermal and physical effects of ultrasound cause the
gutta-percha to soften and therefore permit compact and
homogenous root canal fillings.
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Cavitation effect when using ultrasound systems
➂ ➁ ➃
– Ultrasound and H2O generate micro bubbles. The
implosion of these micro bubbles leads to negative
pressure which destroys the tartar deposits.
– Suction-rinsing effect in the root canal.
➀
– Removal of tartar.
Startup: tartar removal mode
Fig. 53
Please note!
Only use the appropriate tips from the blue set of tartar
removal accessories.
Display
➁
➃
➂
•
Use the tool included in the accessories to screw the
instrument insert (tip) onto the handpiece finger-tight. Put
the handpiece in the holder.
•
Remove the equipped handpiece from the holder.
➇
Select tartar removal mode as the default setting as follows:
•
➀
Caution!
0
➄
➅
The 16 (Fig. 54) ENDO/PARO setting influences
the output power of the handpiece, and must be
set precisely in line with the tips used.
➆
•
LCD display
17
11
12
13
CH
Briefly tap the button ➂ (Fig. 53) and repeat if necessary
until the display 16 (Fig. 54) goes out.
Start the tartar remover using the foot control (for the F9
and F10 foot controls, press the pedal).
23
Caution!
18
24
When the tartar removal handpiece is used, you
should avoid letting the tip come into direct
contact with fillings and areas adjacent to fillings.
19
25
20
14
15
10 25 50 100
21
16
ENDO
PARO
22
0
1
Fig. 54
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Display
Startup: endodontic mode
➁
➃
➂
➇
Please note!
Only use the appropriate tips from the yellow set of
endodontic accessories.
•
Use the tool included in the accessories to screw the
endodontic insert (tip) onto the handpiece finger-tight. Put
the handpiece in the holder.
•
Remove the equipped handpiece from the holder.
➀
0
Select ENDO mode as the default setting as follows:
•
➄
➅
➆
Briefly tap the button ➂ (Fig. 56) and repeat if necessary
until the ENDO display 16 (Fig. 55) is continuously lit.
Caution!
LCD display
11
17
23
12
18
24
13
19
The 16 (Fig. 55) ENDO/PARO setting influences
the output power of the handpiece, and must be
set precisely in line with the tips used.
•
Start the device using the foot control (for the F9 and F10
foot controls, press the pedal).
Caution!
CH
25
It is vital that the ENDO display lights up as the
oscillation intensity will otherwise be too high
and therefore endanger the patient.
20
14
15
10 25 50 100
21
16
ENDO
PARO
22
0
1
Fig. 55
➂
➁ ➃
➀
Fig. 56
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Startup: periodontal mode
➂ ➁ ➃
Please note!
Only use the appropriate tips from the green set of
periodontal accessories.
➀
Fig. 57
Display
•
Use the tool included in the accessories to screw the
instrument insert (tip) onto the handpiece finger-tight. Put
the handpiece in the holder.
•
Remove the equipped handpiece from the holder.
Select PARO mode as the default setting as follows:
•
➁
➃
➂
➇
Briefly tap the button ➂ (Fig. 57) and repeat if necessary
until the PARO display 16 (Fig. 58) is continuously lit.
Caution!
The 16 (Fig. 58) ENDO/PARO setting influences
the output power of the handpiece, and must be
set precisely in line with the tips used.
➀
•
0
Start the device using the foot control (for the F9 and F10
foot controls, press the pedal).
Caution!
➄
➅
It is vital that the PARO display lights up as the
oscillation intensity will otherwise be too high
and therefore endanger the patient.
➆
LCD display
11
17
23
12
18
24
19
25
13
CH
20
14
15
10 25 50 100
21
16
ENDO
PARO
22
0
1
Fig. 58
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Regulating intensity
➂ ➁ ➃
The intensity can be continuously regulated in the preselected range using the relevant foot control.
The four intensity ranges can be pre-selected using the
appropriate button on the foot control. The range in each
case is displayed on the control panel as a percentage of the
maximum adjustment range 15 (Fig. 60).
➀
Pre-selecting the intensity using foot control F9/F10
Fig. 59
The intensity is pre-selected using the left-hand ➂ and righthand ➃ buttons on the foot control (Fig. 59).
Display
•
➁
➃
➂
➇
Holding down the left-hand button ➂ (Fig. 59):
The pre-selected intensity is reduced incrementally by
pressing it for longer.
The value is shown on the display 15
(Fig. 60).
•
➀
Holding down the right-hand button ➃ (Fig. 59):
The pre-selected intensity is increased incrementally by
pressing it for longer.
The relevant value 15 (Fig. 60) is displayed on the screen.
0
Spray cooling
➄
➅
➆
LCD display
11
17
23
12
18
24
19
25
Spray cooling can be pre-selected using the foot control (see
foot control).
When spray cooling is pre-selected, the spray mode display
12 (Fig. 60) lights up on the control panel.
Activating spray cooling using foot control F9/F10
13
CH
You switch between dry and spray mode by tapping the
right-hand button ➃ (Fig. 59).
•
Briefly tapping the button:
Switches between dry and spray mode.
20
14
15
10 25 50 100
21
16
ENDO
PARO
22
0
1
Fig. 60
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Regulating the water flow
The water flow can additionally be regulated using the
rotating ring ➀ (Fig. 61 and Fig. 62) at the end of the
handpiece.
Cleaning the exterior
➀
Clean the exterior of the handpiece carefully using an alcohol
solution.
Disinfection
Disinfect the exterior of the handpiece using a spray-wipe
chemical disinfectant.
Use a disinfectant that is commonly used in dentistry.
Please note!
Fig. 61
Do not place the handpiece in solvent or disinfectant.
➀
Sterilization
The removable handpiece case only can be sterilized in the
autoclave at 135°C and 2.1 bar (minimum dwell time: 3
minutes).
ZEG Handstück mit Licht
Fig. 62
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Important areas of application
– Tartar removal, supragingival;
– Cleaning gingival pockets;
– Loosening crowns and bridges;
– Smoothing roots;
– Removing necrotic tissue;
– Amalgam condensation;
– Root canal treatment;
– Gutta-percha condensation;
– Root canal filling;
– Removing all root canal fillings.
Performance data
Frequency
Power rating
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Tips and notes on use
Tartar removal
Only use insert tips 1, 2, 3, 10 and the periodontal tips to
remove tartar.
Set the oscillation strength on the unit as required.
All inserts oscillate in a longitudinal direction, i.e. in the
direction of the handpiece. No lateral oscillations occur.
When the tips are inserted into the tooth laterally, the
oscillation is not transmitted to the tooth. This has the result
that the treatment remains painless.
Root canal treatment
•
Once the nerve has been removed, prepare the root
canal by hand to ISO size 15.
•
•
Establish the length using the x-ray picture.
•
•
•
Insert the instrument into the root canal lengthways.
•
•
Change the file to ISO size 25.
•
Fill the root canal, for instance with gutta-percha (the
condensation is lateral or vertical).
Measure the length using the rubber stopper on a file of
ISO size 15.
Activate the unit.
Perform coronal and apical movements for around 45
seconds.
Repeat the procedure described above. The canal will
then approximately correspond to ISO size 45 to 50.
Amalgam condensation
Insert amalgam using inserts 5, 5AE, or 6 depending on the
diameter of the cavity (inserts 5 and 6 do not have a water
supply, whereas insert 5AE does).
An amalgam filling filled using ultrasound is much denser and
more homogenous. Vacuoles are extremely rare.
In order to avoid mercury vapor, it is a good idea to use “dry”
amalgam.
Removing cement residue
Tip no. 7 without a water supply is suitable for this.
Removing crowns
Tips 5 and 5AE are suitable for this.
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Accessories (tips and inserts)
We make no claim that the list of accessories provided below
for the piezoceramic tartar remover is complete. You can
obtain these accessories from your specialist dealer or
directly from the manufacturer.
Fa. Satelec GmbH
Industriestr. 9
40822 Mettmann
Tel.
Fax
+49 (0) 2104 13017
+49 (0) 2104 16827
The latest list of accessories can also be requested from
here.
Tartar removal
(SCAL setting)
Crown removal
(SCAL setting)
Gutta-percha condensation
(SCAL setting)
Amalgam condensation
(SCAL setting)
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Periodontal treatment
(PARO setting)
Endodontics
(ENDO setting)
File holder
Endodontics
File key
Endodontics
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Display
Piezoceramic tartar remover with light
➁
➃
➂
➇
The tartar removal handpiece is fitted with a powerful LED
ring that has a very long lifespan.
Startup and operation
Proceed as described above for the piezoceramic
tartar remover without light. You can now operate the
tartar remover as described above, and can request
and set the following functions:
➀
0
– Operating mode (Tartar removal, Endo, Paro)
– Intensity control
– Spray cooling
➄
➅
➆
– Regulating the water flow
However, please observe the following additional
instructions relating to the light.
LCD display
17
11
12
13
CH
23
18
24
19
25
15
10 25 50 100
16
ENDO
PARO
To change the intensity of the light, remove the tartar removal
hose from its holder and press the menu key ➂ (Fig. 63). The
sub-menu then appears.
21
22
The “Piezoceramic tartar remover without light”
section provides tips and usage notes. These also
apply here.
Setting the light
20
14
☞
Tip!
The advantages of piezoceramic systems and of using
ultrasound for tartar removal and in endodontics are
described in the “Piezoceramic tartar remover without
light” section. These also apply in full here.
0
1
•
Keep tapping on the right-arrow 21 (Fig. 63) touch key
until the symbol 24 (Fig. 63) appears.
•
By tapping on the touch-keys marked with the symbols
23 (Fig. 63) , the intensity can be changed incrementally.
On the minimum setting, the light goes out completely.
Fig. 63
•
Once the required intensity has been set, you return to
the main menu by tapping on the ➂ (Fig. 63) key.
The setting is then retained even after the instrument is put
back into the holder and taken out again.
The light shines for around 15 seconds as soon as the
handpiece is removed from the holder. It goes out if the
handpiece is not put into operation during this time. The light
is automatically switched on again when the equipment is
started up.
It also continues to shine for around 15 seconds after the
foot control pedal is released. It goes out immediately when
the handpiece hose is replaced in the holder.
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➀
Cleaning the exterior
Clean the exterior of the handpiece carefully using an alcohol
solution.
If necessary, the front section of the handpiece (Fig. 64) can
also be dismantled and carefully cleaned. To do this, unscrew the case ➁ (Fig. 64).
➁
➂ ➃
➄
Important!
You MUST ensure that the LED ring ➃ (Fig. 64) is plugged in the right way round.
The marks ➄ (Fig. 64) on the handpiece and the LED
ring must match.
Incorrect connection will damage the LEDs irreparably.
Fig. 64
➀
Cleaning the light guide surface
Blow particles of dirt, etc. away with air in order to avoid
scratching the light guide surfaces ➀ (Fig. 65).
Wipe the light guide surfaces ➀ with a cotton bud or soft
cloth and alcohol.
Sterilization
Fig. 65
Clean the light guide surfaces ➀ (Fig. 65) with ethanol prior
to sterilization. The entire removable handpiece, excluding
the working tip, can be sterilized in the autoclave at 135°C
and 2.1 bar (minimum dwell time: 3 minutes).
Disinfevtion
Disinfect the exterior of the handpiece using a spray-wipe
chemical disinfectant. Use a disinfectant that is commonly
used in dentistry.
Important!
Do not place the handpiece in solvent or disinfectant.
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➀
➁
➂ ➃
➄
Replacing the LED ring
•
Remove the tartar removal handpiece from the handpiece
hose.
•
•
Unscrew the case ➁ (Fig. 66) from the handpiece.
•
Carefully replace it with the new LED ring.
Carefully pull the LED ring ➃ (Fig. 66) off the handpiece
forwards.
Important!
Fig. 66
You MUST ensure that the LED ring ➃
(Fig. 66) is plugged in the right way round.
The marks ➄ (Fig. 66) on the handpiece and the LED
ring must match.
Incorrect connection will damage the LEDs irreparably.
•
•
Screw the case ➁ (Fig. 66) back onto the handpiece.
Put the tartar removal handpiece back on the handpiece
hose.
Accessories
The following accessories can be supplied by specialized
dental/medical dealers:
LED ring
O-ring (at the connection end)
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Order no. E15019
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Multimedia equipment
(flatscreen monitor and/or intraoral camera)
The flatscreen monitor and intraoral camera are multimedia
units which can be fitted permanently. However, they can
only be installed in connection with GL2020 motorized chairs
or the "Easy" treatment chair.
The centerpiece is an intelligent 15-inch TFT flatscreen
monitor ➀ (Fig. 67). This high resolution screen is mounted in
such a way that it can be rotated and tilted. Using an inbuilt
“video controller” you can display not only video images
based on the FBAS standard from cameras, video recorders,
and DVD players but also PC images based on all common
VGA standards.
If all instruments that are controlled using the foot control (e.g.
turbine elbow and micro motor) are stored in the holder, the foot
control also operates the screen memory (once you are holding
the camera in your hand) or – via a special additional module –
the PC.
Together with the integral high-quality ULTRADENT intraoral
camera, the unit constitutes a complete video system. The
camera can be used to take both intraoral and extraoral
pictures. The camera delivers a standardized PAL video
signal and can be installed either on the unit or on the
spittoon.
Using the external PC adapter ➁ you can set up a
connection to external video equipment and the practice’s
own PC. All data and data sources which are managed by
the PC can then be displayed on the TFT flatscreen monitor.
Please refer to the separate multimedia instructions
for details of how to operate these units.
Fig. 67
➀
Video ports
PC ports
➁
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- PC
- Printer
- Intranet/Internet
- Digital x-rays
- Other digital systems
Practice
network
- Video recorder
- Video printer
- DVD player
- External intraoral camera
- Other analog signals
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Separator in accordance with the DVGW
The separator is located in the supply unit for the dental
equipment or spittoon. It includes a free drop distance, which
ensures that any contaminated water in the unit is separated
from the mains water supply.
The separator is activated when the main switch on the
supply unit is switched on, and works fully automatically.
Caution!
In the event of faults in the water block which would
cause water to leak in the supply unit, the system
switches itself off automatically. At the same time, a
continuous tone sounds in the supply unit.
Try to rectify the fault by pressing the main switch
several times. If this does not work and the continuous
tone does not stop, this means that there is a technical
defect which can only be rectified by a service
technician.
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Intensive disinfection unit
The intensive disinfection unit can be used to disinfect the
water-bearing parts of the spittoon. Intensive disinfection
should be carried out once a week (preferably over the
weekend, starting when the practice closes on Friday). If the
tap water is highly contaminated (for instance following
repairs to the mains water supply), daily intensive disinfection
may be necessary for a short period.
Please note!
It is vital that you perform the following disinfection
steps in the order described.
Please note!
If a continuous tone sounds in the supply unit during
intensive disinfection, you must stop the disinfection
process and replenish the Ultrades V solution as
described below.
The intensive disinfection can be continued after filling.
Please note!
Only use Ultrades V disinfectant solution!
Other agents may cause serious corrosion and
therefore damage the system.
Please note!
The disinfectant solution should not stay in the unit for
more than 3 days. In other words, after 3 days you
should switch the workstation back on and carry out
instrument rinsing as described in the section covering
the dental unit.
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Disinfecting the dental unit and the spittoon
Display
➁
➃
➂
➇
Filling the disinfection system
➀
0
➄
➅
Ensure that the disinfection system is switched off as
described below, and the display 19 (Fig. 68) above symbol ➆ is not illuminated.
•
Replace all the handsets in their holders and press the
menu button ➂ (Fig. 68) on the display.
The submenu then appears.
•
Keep tapping the touch key marked with a right arrow 21
(Fig. 68) until the symbol 17 (Fig. 68) appears.
If a "1" appears beneath the symbol 17 (Fig. 68) tap the
touch key beneath the down arrow briefly until a "0"
appears. The disinfection system is now switched off.
•
•
Switch off the main switch underneath the chair.
➆
LCD display
17
11
•
23
Open the lid of the tank, which is located underneath the
chair next to the unit pillar.
Please note!
12
13
CH
18
24
19
25
Fill the tank with Ultrades V solution. The best way to
do this is to use a measuring jug. When empty, the tank
can take up to 200 ml. Proceed with care and make
sure that you don’t spill any of the disinfectant solution.
Please note!
Keep an eye on the fluid level in the tank during filling
and stop the filling process when the top of the fluid
becomes visible at the bottom edge of the tank’s filler
neck.
20
14
15
10 25 50 100
16
ENDO
PARO
21
22
0
•
Close the tank lid and make sure that it is sitting in place
correctly.
•
Switch the main switch on again.
1
Fig. 68
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Disinfecting the spittoon
Display
➁
➃
➂
➇
The spittoon must always be disinfected first!
•
Replace all the handsets in their holders and press the
menu button 21 (Fig. 69) on the display.
The submenu then appears.
•
Keep tapping the touch key marked with a right arrow
(Fig. 69) until the symbol 17 (Fig. 69) appears.
If a "0" appears beneath the symbol 17 (Fig. 69), tap the
touch key beneath the down arrow briefly until a "1"
appears. The disinfection system is now switched on.
•
Activate the mouth rinse glass filler (without the mouth
rinse glass) at least three times in order to fill the pipes
with disinfectant solution.
•
Activate the large and small suction hoses by removing
them from their holders, and wait one minute before
replacing them in their holders (In conjunction with U732
spittoons, only versions with an automated separator and
amalgam collector).
➀
0
➄
➅
➆
LCD display
11
17
23
12
18
24
•
Switch the disinfection system off again by tapping the
touch key beneath the down arrow. A "0" 22 (Fig. 69) will
now be displayed.
19
25
•
Return to the main menu by tapping the menu button ➂
(Fig. 69).
13
CH
20
14
15
10 25 50 100
21
16
ENDO
PARO
22
0
1
Fig. 69
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Disinfecting the dental unit
➂
➃
•
•
➁
➂
➄
Then place all the water-bearing drives (turbine coupling,
motor and tartar remover) apart from the multi-way syringes into the L-shaped adapters intended for this purpose
➂ (Fig. 70) in the cleaning pot.
Important!
Instrument rinsing for the water conduits is carried out
without the treatment instruments attached (turbine elbow, handpieces and elbows, tartar removal tips).
Wherever possible, ensure that the water flow is set to
maximum on the instruments and instrument connectors.
➀
➅
Fig. 70
•
Display
Place the cleaning pot ➀ (Fig. 70) on the tray table.
➁
➃
➂
➇
Remove the cases from all the syringes and place the
syringes themselves in the corresponding adapter cases
(➃, ➄ or ➅) in such a way that the water flow buttons on
the syringes are activated.
➃ for Sprayvit L
➄ for Sprayvit 4000
➅ for three-way syringe
➀
•
Now immediately switch on intensive disinfection as described below.
•
Tap the menu button ➂ (Fig. 71) on the display.
The submenu then appears.
•
Tapping the touch key marked with the symbol 22
(Fig. 71) causes a "1" to appear on the symbol and activates intensive disinfection.
•
23
Press menu key ➂ (Fig. 71) again and immediately activate instrument rinsing by holding down key ➃ (Fig. 71).
24
Short press:
Rinsing time 20 secs (one beep)
Long press (> 2 secs): Rinsing time 2 mins
(recommended) (two beeps)
0
➄
➅
➆
LCD display
17
11
18
12
The symbols 17 (Fig. 71) and 20 (Fig. 71) are then displayed on the screen.
13
CH
19
25
Rinsing now takes place automatically with the
disinfectant solution for 2 minutes/20 seconds.
Upon completion, a long buzzer tone sounds and the
display returns to the main menu..
20
14
•
15
10 25 50 100
21
Disinfection is automatically deactivated once rinsing is
complete. A "0" is then displayed again and a signal tone
sounds.
Important!
Symbol 17 (Fig. 71) should no longer be visible.
16
ENDO
PARO
22
0
1
Fig. 71
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•
After the signal tone, return to the main menu by tapping
the menu button ➂ (Fig. 71).
Important!
The water supply to the syringes is not automatically
switched off! It is therefore important that the syringes
are removed from the cleaning pot as soon as rinsing
is complete.
•
•
Place the multi-way syringes back in their holders.
•
Remove the rinsing pot and pour its contents into the
spittoon bowl.
Remove the rinsed instruments from the cleaning pot and
replace them in their holders on the unit.
Beachten Sie!
Instrument rinsing deactivates any syringe heating that
may be available. This must be manually re-activated after the rinsing process.
•
Switch off the main switch on the connection box.
The disinfectant solution must now remain in the
workstation for approximately 24 hours. Do not
switch the workstation on again until after this
period has elapsed. Under no circumstances should
the workstation be used during the disinfection process.
Restarting the workstation
•
•
Switch on the main switch on the connection box.
•
You must then rinse the instruments in accordance with
RKI recommendations as described in the section entitled
"RKI instrument rinsing".
Activate the mouth rinse glass filler at least five times (without the glass).
The unit is now ready for operation, provided the intensive
disinfection function is not activated again.
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Steripump (physiodispenser)
➀
➁
➂
For the purpose of dental surgery and implantology, the unit
can be supplied with an integrated steripump. This additional
facility makes it possible to supply drills and cutters with
physiological coolants under sterile conditions. This prevents
infections and tissue damage resulting from heat build-up.
The coolant is delivered using the built-in hose pump ➂
(Fig. 72). The hose pump is designed in such a way that the
sterile-packed infusion set can be exchanged quickly and
easily.
The associated micro motor is operated using the unit’s foot
control as during normal operation. A changeover occurs,
ensuring that the system is cooled externally with
physiological fluid rather than internally with water.
Fig. 72
The steripump includes the following parts (Fig. 73):
➀ Stand to support the fluid container.
➁ Standardized fluid container with sterile, physiological
solutions (which can be obtained from the relevant
specialized dealers).
➂ Infusion set (Fig. 72) and (Fig. 73) with an integral hose
pump (which can be obtained from the relevant
specialized dealers: Satelec no. F 58707, 10 items.).
➃
➀
➁
➄
➂
Fig. 73
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Startup
➃
➀
•
Push the pump cassette ➄ of the infusion set onto
the motor shaft until it snaps into place on the clips
➃ (Fig. 74).
•
Attach the infusion hose to the fluid container and
connect the coolant hose to the handpiece.
•
Activate the steripump.
Switch on the toggle switch ➀ (Fig. 74) on the steripump
(moving the switch upwards). This has the result that the
normal internal spray supply to the micro motor is
interrupted. The steripump starts automatically as soon as
the micro motor is operated using the foot control during
spray mode (the steripump is switched off during dry
mode).
•
The delivery speed of the steripump can be regulated
using the control knob ➁.
•
The flow can be adjusted using the regulating wheel on
the infusion set ➂ (Fig. 74).
➁
➄
➂
Please note!
After using the steripump, switch the dental unit back to
normal operation using the toggle switch ➀ (Fig. 74) in
order to prevent fluid escaping from the steripump.
Caution!
Fig. 74
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Completely replace the infusion set after every
treatment.
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➀
Additional sterijoint component for the tartar
remover
➁
In the case of unit versions with a built-in steripump
(physiodispenser), the steripump can also be used to supply
external, sterile rinsing fluids to the handpiece (for instance
for PARO/ENDO treatment).
➂
In this case the intermediate sterijount piece ➁ (Fig. 75) – is
needed – with or without a light guide.
Fig. 75
Inserting the intermediate piece
•
•
Remove the handpiece ➀ (Fig. 75) from the hose.
Attach the intermediate sterijoint piece ➁ between the
handpiece ➀ and hose.
•
Take the infusion hose ➂ belonging to the steripump and
attach it to the intermediate sterijoint piece.
•
Now operate the tartar remover handpiece as usual in
ZEG-PARO or ENDO mode in accordance with the
descriptions in these instructions for use.
Please note!
In order to remove the intermediate sterijoint piece you
should switch the steripump off again to prevent
unwanted fluid leakage.
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Surgical motor
➀
The sterilizable direct current motor is an additional micro
motor for surgical applications. It has no internal spray and
no integrated light. The drill site can only be cooled using the
steripump (where one is available).
The end of the surgical motor's hose that is nearest to the
unit is fitted with a quick coupling ➀ (Fig. 76), which can be
attached to the side or base of the unit.
This removable, plug-in assembly allows the micro motor to
be used on several workstations.
The motor and handpiece hose can be sterilized in the
autoclave at 135°C.
Activating the surgical motor
Fig. 76
•
Make sure that the coupling ➀ (Fig. 76) on the motor
hose is attached to the base of the unit.
•
As soon as the motor is taken out of the holder it is
activated and can be operated using the foot control.
Connecting attachment instruments
Attachment:
•
Place the instrument onto the motor.
Removal:
•
Remove the instrument from the motor, turning it slightly
in the direction of the axis.
Please note!
Never attach or remove instruments while the drive/
motor is still rotating.
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Display
Startup
➁
➃
➂
➇
•
Remove the motor from the tray on the unit ready for
operation.
Please note!
If the motor is taken out of the holder – for instance in
order to be sterilized – a second motor or the blind plug
(holder cover) must immediately be placed in the
holder. Otherwise the other equipment cannot be
operated – because of the priority circuit.
➀
0
•
➄
➅
➆
Spray cooling
LCD display
17
11
12
13
CH
Now start the motor by activating the foot control. For F9
and F10 type controls, this is done by pressing the pedal.
23
18
24
19
25
The drill site can only be cooled using the steripump (where
one is available).
You can activate or deactivate the spray cooling function
(steripump) using the foot control. When the spray cooling
function is activated, the spray pre-selection display 12 (Fig.
77) on the control panel lights up.
Activating spray cooling using foot control F9/F10
You switch between dry and spray mode by tapping the
right-hand button ➃ (Fig. 78) on the foot control.
14
15
10 25 50 100
16
ENDO
PARO
20
•
21
Speed pre-selection
22
0
1
Fig. 77
Briefly tapping the button:
Switches between dry and spray mode.
The four ranges across which continuous adjustment on the
control unit is possible can be pre-selected on the control
unit. The range in each case is displayed as a percentage of
the maximum adjustment range 15 (Fig. 77) on the control
panel. The setting is then retained even after the instrument
is put back into the holder and taken out again.
➂ ➁ ➃
➀
Fig. 78
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Speed pre-selection using foot control F9/F10
➂ ➁ ➃
The speed is pre-selected using the left-hand ➂ and righthand ➃ buttons on the foot control (Fig. 79).
•
➀
Holding down the left-hand button ➂ (Fig. 79):
The pre-selected speed is reduced incrementally by
pressing it for longer.
The relevant value 15 (Fig. 77) is displayed on the screen.
•
Fig. 79
Holding down the right-hand button ➃ (Fig. 79):
The pre-selected speed/intensity is increased
incrementally by pressing it for longer.
The relevant value 15 (Fig. 77) is displayed on the screen.
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Changing the direction of rotation
➂ ➁ ➃
The rotation direction (clockwise/anticlockwise) of the motor
can be changed as required. The direction of rotation is
changed using the appropriate button on the foot control. In
anticlockwise mode, the display 14 (Fig. 81) lights up on the
control panel.
➀
Please note!
Only change the rotation direction when the motor is
at rest. Violation of this rule may damage the motor
beyond repair!
Fig. 80
Display
➁
➃
➂
Changing the direction of rotation using foot control
F9/F10
➇
The direction of rotation is changed using the left-hand
button ➂ (Fig. 80) on the foot control
•
➀
Briefly tapping the button:
Switches the direction of rotation between clockwise and
anticlockwise.
0
Cleaning the exterior
Clean the exterior of the motor carefully using an alcohol
solution.
➄
➅
➆
Disinfection
LCD display
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17
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12
18
24
19
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The exterior of the motor can be disinfected using a spraywipe chemical disinfectant.
Use a disinfectant that is commonly used in dentistry.
Please note!
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Do not place the motor in solvent or disinfectant.
Excess oil, cleaning agent, or disinfectant may
penetrate the drive unit and have a detrimental
effect on how it functions. You should therefore
maintain all the instruments – and attachable
adapters – only as described in the relevant
instructions enclosed with the instruments.
1
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Sterilization
Sterilize the micro motor and hose in the autoclave at up to
135°C and 2.1 bar (minimum dwell time: 3 minutes).
Important notes
During extended periods of non-use, the motor must
be cleaned and maintained as instructed.
It must be stored in a dry, heated place.
You must stop working if there are any irregular running
noises, if the motor vibrates too much, or if the motor
becomes too hot.
In such an event, consult the equipment manufacturer
or your relevant dental depot before any major damage
occurs.
Please note:
Handpieces and elbows are not included in the product as
delivered. Observe the instructions for use from the relevant
manufacturer.
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Light polymerization unit, Mini L.E.D model
Description
The Mini L.E.D. emits a visible blue light with a wavelength of
between 420 and 480 nm for the photo-polymerization of
dental materials.
It consists of:
– The Mini L.E.D. handpiece with a light-emitting diode
– An angled standard light guide that can be sterilized, with
a diameter of 7.5 mm
– A glare shield
– A booster light guide with a diameter of 5.5 mm (optional)
Important notes:
The light rays emitted by this unit can be
dangerous and must never be directed towards
someone’s eyes – even if the person is wearing
protective goggles. The light must only be aimed
at the part of the mouth to be treated.
The Mini L.E.D. must not be used by people with
heart pacemakers or anyone else for whom
particular care is required when handling smallscale electrical equipment.
None of the lamps for photo-polymerization,
including the Mini L.E.D., should be used on
people who suffer from or have suffered from
photo-biological reactions (including light
urticaria and porphyria erythropoetica) or on
people who are currently taking medication
(including methoxsalene and chlorotetracyclin)
which increases sensitivity towards light.
People who have suffered from diseases of the
retina or lens or who have undergone an eye
operation, in particular cataract surgery, must
consult their optician before using or being
treated with the Mini L.E.D. Even if the patient
consents to treatment, it is advisable to act with
caution as the light intensity could cause
accidents. We highly recommend wearing
suitable protective goggles (with a UV filter) at all
times.
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Fluctuations in the mains voltage or the
electromagnetic field that exceed the normal
safety regulations may automatically activate the
light or influence its function.
If you use the Mini L.E.D. without protective
goggles, we recommend that you attach the glare
shield supplied to the light guide.
Intensive use of the Mini L.E.D. may lead to a rise in
temperature in the unit. If this happens, an automatic
protective function will prevent the unit being started
up and the red display will flash. Let the unit cool
down for a few minutes. The lamp can then be used
again as directed.
Specification
Classification:
Normal
Type B
Continuous operation
IPXO
Wavelength:
420-480 nm
Light power (Ø 7.5 mm): 1100 mW/cm3
Power:
450-500 mW
Operating elements
➀ ➁➂ ➃ ➄ ➅
The handpiece has 4 pilot lamps and 2 function keys
(Fig. 82):
➀ Function key to select the mode
➁ Yellow, display indicating soft start mode
➂ Orange, display indicating pulse mode
➃ Red, display indicating standard operation
➄ Green, display indicating operability
Red and flashing, protection against overheating
➅ On/off function key
Fig. 82
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Startup
➀ ➁➂ ➃ ➄ ➅
•
Always sterilize the light guide and disinfect the handpiece
(see “Maintenance”) before use.
•
Insert the sterilized light guide into the handpiece. Ensure
that the light guide is correctly seated. It snaps in with an
audible click.
Selecting the mode
You can pre-select the various modes by pressing the
function key ➀ (Fig. 83).
“Standard” mode
Fig. 83
You select the mode by pressing the function key.
The lamp lights up for 10 seconds after you press the on/off
switch. The red display ➃ (Fig. 83) indicates your selection.
The power of the lamp in this mode is:
– 1100 mW/cm2 (±10%)
using the standard light guide with a diameter of 7.5 mm
– 2000 mW/cm2 (±10%)
using the booster light guide (optional) with a diameter of
5.5 mm
“Pulse” mode
You select the mode by pressing the function key.
In this mode, the lamp lights up with full power and emits the
radiation in 10 consecutive light intervals of 250 ms. The
orange display ➂ (Fig. 83) indicates your selection.
The lamp power in “pulse” mode is the same as in “standard”
mode.
“Soft start” mode
You select the mode by pressing the function key.
The yellow display ➁ (Fig. 83) indicates your selection.
The “soft start” mode (gradual polymerization as with a
halogen lamp) offers:
– A "soft start" in 10 seconds from 0 to 1100 mW/cm2 with
the standard Ø 7.5 mm light guide, or from 0 to 2000
mW/cm2 with the optional Ø 5.5 mm booster light guide.
– Full power during the next 10 seconds
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Handling
Once the mode has been selected, the lamp is ready for
operation.
•
Position the light guide as close as possible to the
composite material surface to be photo-polymerized.
Please note!
On no account must the light guide touch the material
being hardened, as this can damage it and reduce its
effect.
•
Briefly press the start button to begin the polymerization
cycle.
This is confirmed by a beep.
•
The end of the cycle is also indicated by a beep.
However, you can interrupt the cycle at any time by
pressing the on/off button lightly.
•
If the unit is not used for 3 minutes, the lamp will switch to
“standby” mode and all displays will disappear. The lamp
is switched back on by pressing any button.
Maintenance
•
Always clean and sterilize the light guide before using it on
a patient.
•
Each time you have used it, check whether any residue of
composite material is stuck to the light guide. If this is the
case, remove the residue immediately and make sure that
the surface of the insert has not been damaged. If you
find any damage, replace the light guide because the
lamp power will be reduced by more than 30%.
Please note!
The workstation must be switched off while
maintenance work is performed on the handpiece and
light guide.
Caution!
Do not use any abrasives.
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Cleaning
•
Wipe all parts using a soft cloth that has been moistened
with an alcohol solution or a common surface
disinfectant.
Please note!
Make sure that no liquid gets into the handpiece.
•
If there is any hardened composite material on the light
guide, immediately remove it carefully using a plastic
instrument to avoid scratching the polished surface.
Disinfection
Disinfect the exterior of the handpiece using a spray-wipe
chemical disinfectant.
Please note!
Make sure that no liquid gets into the handpiece.
Please note!
Do not place the handpiece in solvent or disinfectant.
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Sterilization
Please note!
The handpiece cannot be sterilized!
Only the light guide can be sterilized – and this must be
done in the autoclave.
Remove the light guide from the handpiece:
•
Carefully pull the light guide out of the handpiece, holding
the metal socket.
•
•
Place it in a cloth or – if available – a sterilizable bag.
•
Remove all traces of residue from both ends of the light
guide.
•
Put the light guide back in the handpiece.
Remove the light guide from the autoclave following
sterilization and dry it.
Please note!
It is vital that you sterilize the light guide under the
following conditions:
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Autoclave, class B
Sterilization:
At 135°C and 2.1 bar
(minimum dwell time: 3 minutes)
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15 x 30 cm x-ray viewer
➀
➁
This x-ray viewer is used to view panoramic x-ray pictures.
However, it is also possible to view single tooth x-rays.
Startup
• Switch the x-ray viewer on or off using the toggle switch
➀ (Fig. 84) (on the rear of the viewer).
Turning the switch to the left:Light off
Turning the switch to the right:Light on
You can place x-ray films on the ledge ➁ (Fig. 84) and view
them leaning against the screen. If necessary, you can fix films
under the ledge – after pressing the film lightly against the
screen.
Fig. 84
External care
Clean the exterior of the x-ray viewer carefully using a soft
cloth.
Disinfection
Disinfect the exterior of the x-ray viewer using a chemical
disinfectant (either for spraying or wiping).
Important!
Excess cleaning agent or disinfectant may penetrate
the x-ray viewer if you are not careful and have a
detrimental effect on how it functions.
Small pluggable x-ray viewer
➈
➁ ➂ ➃
➇
The small X-ray viewer ➈ (Fig. 85) can be used to look at
tooth X-rays, and is integrated into the unit's control panel.
It switches on automatically when the workstation is started
up.
➀
0
External care and disinfection
For details of external care and disinfection, see the section
on the 15 x 30 cm x-ray viewer.
➄ ➅ ➆
Fig. 85
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Display
Additional external device
➁
➃
➂
➇
This function can be used to operate suitable additional
external devices via the workstation's foot control.
Proceed as follows:
•
•
➀
0
➄
➅
➆
17
23
12
18
24
Then press the menu key ➂ (Fig. 86).
The sub-menu appears on the display.
•
Keep tapping on the right-arrow 21 (Fig. 86) touch key
until the symbol 18 (Fig. 86) appears.
•
By tapping on the touch-keys marked with the symbols
22 (Fig. 86), you can activate the additional device until a
1 appears. The additional device is then active and can
be operated via the foot control. Tapping again causes
the 0 to reappear, and the additional device is switched
off.
•
You return to the main menu by pressing the menu key
➂ (Fig. 86).
LCD display
11
Place all handpieces in the holders.
Please note!
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1
Additional devices that are connected to our electronic
medical equipment must demonstrably conform to the
relevant IEC or ISO standards (e.g. IEC 60950 for dataprocessing devices). In additional, all configurations
must meet the normative requirements for medical
systems (see IEC 60601-1-1 or Section 16 of the 3rd
edition of IEC 60601-1). Anyone who connects
additional devices to our electronic medical devices is
deemed to be the system configurer and is therefore
responsible for ensuring that the system meets the
normative requirements for medical systems. It should
be noted that local legislation takes priority over the
aforementioned normative requirements. If you have
any queries, please contact your local specialist dealer
or the manufacturer's technical service department.
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Instrument rinsing in accordance with the RKI
➂
➃
➁
➀
Automated instrument rinsing facilitates the daily task of
rinsing all water lines. The rinsing time can be selected simply
at the touch of a button.
To do so, proceed as follows:
•
•
Fig. 87
Display
The Robert Koch Institute recommends that all waterbearing instruments be operated in wet mode for 2 minutes
prior to starting work every day.
➁
➃
➂
➇
Place the cleaning pot ➀ (Fig. 87) on the tray rack.
Then place all the water-bearing drives (turbine coupling,
motor, tartar remover) apart from the multi-way syringes
into the L-shaped adapters intended for this purpose ➂
(Fig. 87) in the cleaning pot.
Please note!
Instrument rinsing for the water conduits is carried out
without the treatment instruments attached (turbine
elbow, handpieces and elbows, tartar removal tips)!
Ensure that, wherever possible, the water flow is set to
maximum on the instruments and instrument
couplings.
➀
0
➄
➅
•
➆
LCD display
11
17
23
12
18
24
Remove the cases from all the syringes and place the
syringes themselves in the corresponding adapter cases
(➃, ➄ or ➅) in such a way that the water flow buttons on
the syringes are activated.
➃ for Sprayvit L
➄ for Sprayvit 4000
➅ for three-way syringe
•
Then immediately activate instrument rinsing by pressing
key ➃ (Fig. 88).
The screen displays the symbol 20 (Fig. 88).
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20 second rinse.
Long press:
2 minute rinse.
•
Pressing the rinse key ➃ (Fig. 88) during rinsing cancels
the rinse process.
•
When rinsing is complete, a long buzzer sounds and the
main menu reappears.
21
22
Short press:
The instruments are then automatically rinsed for the
selected time
20
14
15
19
0
1
Fig. 88
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Please note!
Instrument rinsing deactivates any syringe heating, and
this must be manually re-activated after the rinse
process.
Instrument rinsing also deactivates any disinfection that is
switched on. However, during active rinsing, disinfection
can be additionally switched on via the menu key.
Disinfection then continues to remain active after rinsing,
and has to be switched off via the menu.
Please note!
The syringe water is not automatically switched off! It is
therefore important that the syringe is removed from
the cleaning pot as soon as rinsing is complete.
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Remove the rinsed instruments from the cleaning pot and
replace them in their holders on the unit.
•
Remove the rinsing pot and pour its contents into the
spittoon bowl.
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Permanent disinfection unit
If a permanent disinfection unit has been integrated, a
disinfectant solution that has been sufficiently diluted to
make it harmless (Ultrades V) is automatically added to tap
water when it enters the workstation. This unit largely
prevents or reduces the formation of a microbial layer in the
water-bearing parts of the unit. The system guarantees low
levels of bacteria in water even after an extended standstill,
therefore reducing the risk of infection for the dentist and
patient alike.
Please note!
If the supply unit emits an irregular beeping noise
during treatment, the supply of Ultrades V solution in
the workstation is running low, and should be refilled
before the next patient. However, the water supply to
the instruments is maintained, even if the filling
container is empty.
Please note!
Only use Ultrades V disinfectant solution!
Other agents may cause serious corrosion and
therefore damage the system.
To fill the disinfectant system, please proceed as described
for the intensive disinfection unit under „ Filling the
disinfection system“ on Page 63.
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Separator in accordance with the DVGW
The separator is located in the supply unit for the spittoon.
It includes a free drop distance, which ensures that any
contaminated water in the unit is separated from the mains
water supply.
The separator is activated when the main switch on the
supply unit is switched on, and works fully automatically.
Caution!
In the event of faults in the water block which would
cause water to leak in the supply unit, the spittoon
switches itself off automatically. At the same time, a
continuous tone sounds in the supply unit.
Try to rectify the fault by pressing the main switch
several times. If this does not work and the continuous
tone does not stop, this means that there is a technical
defect which can only be rectified by a service
technician.
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Supply unit
The supply unit for the workstation is located underneath the
motorized chair.
The main switch (for air, water and electricity) ➀ (Fig. 89) for
the unit is located on the supply unit. See the “Startup and
operation” chapter of these instructions for use for further
details.
The supply unit contains:
– The central switch for air/water/electricity;
– The water filter;
– The air filter;
– The main fuses;
➀
Fig. 89
– The transformer and boiler fuse;
– The filling container for the disinfection system;
– The low current supply;
– The central hot water supply;
– The separator in accordance with the DVGW.
Please note!
Switch the unit off when the practice is closed.
Safety note
The spittoon is equipped with safety switches located
underneath the body of the spittoon and underneath the
horizontal part of the articulated arm for the instrument
holder. These switches stop the downwards movement
when an obstacle (e.g. a stool) is encountered.
However, the attachment support between the spittoon and
the motorized chair is not equipped with a safety switch.
Caution!
You should make absolutely sure that there are
no obstacles (e.g. a stool) under the attachment
support.
Since the motorized chair will not automatically switch
off when the attachment support encounters an
obstacle, this could result in serious damage to the
spittoon and the rest of the workstation.
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Automatic activation of unit-mounted lamp
As soon as the motorized chair is moved out of the entry and
exit position, the chair-mounted light automatically switches
on, provided the on/off switch on the lamp is in the on
position.
When the motorized chair returns to the entry/exit position,
the lamp automatically switches off.
When “rinse position” is selected, the lamp also switches off,
so as not to dazzle the patient. When the chair returns to its
“previous position” (by pressing “rinse position” again), the
lamp automatically switches on again.
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Electrical appliances - disposal at the end of useful life
This product is subject to EC Directive 2002/96 on waste electrical and electronic equipment and, within the European
Union, must be disposed of separately.
Prior to dismantling/disposal, the product must be fully prepared (cleaned, disinfected and sterilized).
Procedure for returning electrical appliances in Germany:
1. On enretec GmbH's website www.enretec.de
load or submit online.
you will find a disposal request form that you can either down-
2. Fill in this form with the relevant details and submit it as an online request or fax it to enretec GmbH on
+49(0)3304 3919 590.
Alternatively, if you wish to initiate a disposal request or have any questions, you can contact enretec as follows:
•
•
•
Phone: +49(0)3304 3919 500;
E-mail: [email protected] or
Post: enretec GmbH, Geschäftsbereich eomRECYCLING, Kanalstraße 17, 16727 Velten.
3. Free-standing equipment will be collected from your practice and permanently installed equipment will be collected
from the kerb outside your address at an agreed time.
Dismantling, transport and packing costs will be covered by the owner/user of the equipment.
International (EU):
You can obtain country-specific disposal information from your dental stockist.
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Guidelines and manufacturer declaration
Table 201 - Electromagnetic emissions
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration – Electromagnetic emissions
ULTRADENT unit is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The
customer ort he user of the ULTRADENT unit should assure that it is used in such an invironment.
Emission measurement
Conformity
Elektromagnetic environment guidelines
HF-emission according
CISPR11
Group 1
The ULTRADENT unit use RF energy only for its
internal function. Therefore HF emission is very
low and not likely to cause any interference in
nearby electronic equipment.
HF-emission according
CISPR11
Class B
The ULTRADENT unit is intended for be used in
all facilities including residential areas and in all
facilities connected directly to a public power
supply providing electricity to buildings used for
redidential purposes.
Harmonic emission according Class A
IEC 61000-3-2
Voltage fluctuations / Flicker
according to IEC 61000-3-3
compliant
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Table 202 - Resistance to electromagnetic interference
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration – Electromagnetic emissions
ULTRADENT unit is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The
customer ort he user of the ULTRADENT unit should assure that it is used in such an invironment.
Immunity
interference tests
IEC60601-1-2
test level
Conformance
level
Electrostatic discharge
(ESD) according
to IEC 61000-4-2
± 6kV contact
discharge
± 6kV contact
discharge
± 8kV air
discharge
± 8 kV air
discharge
Electrical fast transient
/burst according to
IEC 61000-4-4
± 1kV for input
and output lines
± 1kV for input
and output lines
± 2kV power
cables
± 2kV power
cables
± 1kV push-pull
voltage
± 1kV push-pull
voltage
± 2kV push-pull
voltage
± 2kV push-pull
voltage
Surge voltages
according to
IEC 61000-4-5
Voltage dips, short
interruptions and variations of the power
supply according to
IEC 61000-4-11
Electromagnetic environment
guidelines
Floors should be wood, concrete or
ceramic tile.
If the floor surface consists of
synethetic material, the relative
humidity must be at least 30%.
The quality of the supply voltage
should conform to the typical
business or hospital environment.
The quality of the supply voltage
should conform to the typical
business or hospital environment.
The quality of the supply voltage
<5% UT for ½
<5% UT for ½
should correspond to the typical
period
period
(>95% dip of UT) (>95% dip of UT) businessor hospital environment.
If the user of the ULTRADENT unit
requires it to continue functioning
40% UT for 5
40% UT for 5
following interruptions of the power
periods
periods
supply, it is recommended to have
(60%dip of UT)
(60% dip of UT)
the ULTRADENT unit powered by
an uninterruptible power supply or a
70% UT for 25
70% UT for 25
battery.
periods (30% dip periods
(30% dip of UT)
of UT)
<5% UT for 5sec. <5% UT for 5sec.
(>95% dip of UT) (>95% dip of UT)
Magnetic field of
power frequencies
(50/60 Hz)
according to IEC
61000-4-8
In cause of interferences it may be
necessary to install the
ULTRADENT unit with a bigger
distace to the sorces of power
frequency magnetic fields or to
install a magnetic shield.
The power frequency magnetic
fields should correspond to the
typical values found in the relevant
business and hospital environment.
The power frequency magnetic
fields should be checked to ensure
that it is inside the permitted values.
Remarks: UT is the AC supply voltage prior to application of the test level.
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Table 204 - Resistance to electromagnetic interference
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration – Electromagnetic emissions
ULTRADENT unit is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The
customer ort he user of the ULTRADENT unit should assure that it is used in such an invironment.
Immunity
interference tests
IEC60601-1-2
test level
Conformance
level
Elektromagnetic environment
guidelines
Portable and mobile radio equipment
must not be used within the recommended working clearance from the
ULTRADENT unit and its cables,
which is calculated based on the
equation suitable for the relevant
transmission frequency.
Recommended working clearance:
Conducted HF
interference
IEC 61000-4-6
3Veff
3Veff
a
150kHz to 80MHz
Radiated HF
interference
IEC 61000-4-3
3V/m
a
80MHz to 2,5GHz
3Veff
d = 1,2√ P
d = 1,2√ P
at 80MHz to 800MHz
d = 2,3√ P
at 800MHz to 2,5GHz
Where P is the nominal transmitter
output in watts (W) specified by the
transmitter manufacturer and d is the
recommended working clearance in
meters (m).
The field strength of stationary radio
transmitters is based on a locala
investigation for all frequencies less
than the conformance levelb for all
c
frequencies .
Interference is possible in the vicinity
of equipment bearing the following
graphic symbol.
a
The higher frequency range applies at 80MHz and 800MHz.
b
The field strength of stationary transmitters such as the base stations of radio telephones and land
mobile services, amateur radio stations as well as AM and FM radio and television broadcasting
stations cannot be accurately predetermined. An investigation of the location is recommended to
determine the electromagnetic environment resulting from stationary HF transmitters. If the field
strength measured at the ULTRADENT unit location exceeds the conformance level specified above,
the ULTRADENT unit must be observed with respect to its normal operation at each application site.
If unusual performance characteristics are observed, it may be necessary to take additional measures
such as reorientation or repositioning of the ULTRADENT unit.
c
A frequency range of 150kHz to 80MHz results in a field strength of less than 3V/m.
Immunity interference
tests
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Table 206 - Recommended safety distances
Recommended working clearances between portable and mobile HF communication devices
and the ULTRADENT unit
The ULTRADENT unit is intended for operation in an electromagnetic environment, where radiated
HF interfe-rence is checked. The customer or the user of the ULTRADENT unit can help prevent
electromagnetic inter-ference by duly observing the minimum distances between portable and/or
mobile HF communication devices (transmitters) and the ULTRADENT unit. These values may vary
according to the output power of the relevant communication device as specified above.
Nominal
Working clearance according to transmission frequency
transmitter
m
output
800MHz to 2,5GHz
150kHz to 80MHz
150kHz to 80MHz
W
d = 1,2√ P
d = 1,2√ P
d = 2,3√ P
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
For transmitters whose maximum nominal output is not specified in the above table, the recommended working clearance d in meters (m) can be determined using the equation in the corresponding
column, where P is the maximum nominal output of the transmitter in watts (W) specified by the
transmitter manufacturer.
Annotation 1
For calculating of the recommended separation distance for protection of transmitters in the
frequency range 80 MHz to 2,5 GHz an additional factor of 10/3 has been used to decrease the
plausibility that mobile/portable communications equipment could cause interference if it is
inadvertently brought into patient areas
Annotation 2
These guidelines may not be applicable in all cases. The propagation of electromagnetic waves is
influenced by their absorption and reflection by buildings, objects and persons.
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