PCB301/ PCB601 Bed Frames

PCB301/ PCB601 Bed Frames
Primus Medical | 1
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
PCB301/ PCB601 Bed Frames
Owner's Manual
Manufacturer | Primus Medical, LLC®
ADDRESS: 8401 Southern Blvd, Boardman, OH 44512
Primus Medical | 2
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
TABLE OF CONTENTS
STANDARD CONVENTIONS ...........................................................................................page 3
FEATURES AND ACCESSORIES .......................................................................................page 4
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................page 5
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ...................................................................................................page 6
LEFT/RIGHT REFERENCE GRAPHIC .................................................................................page 8
ELECTROMAGNETIC EMMISSIONS AND IMMUNITY.....................................................page 8
ASSEMBLY AND ADJUSTMENT .......................................................................................page 12
BED FUNCTIONS .............................................................................................................page 16
BED MOBILIZATON AND STABILIZATION .......................................................................page 17
CARE AND MAINTENANCE ...........................................................................................page 18
INSPECTIONS ..................................................................................................................page 18
SERVICING ....................................................................................................................page 20
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ...........................................................................................page 21
WARRANTY .....................................................................................................................page 22
Note: The information within this document is subject to change without notice. This
manual includes important information about safety of personnel and equipment. As
you read through this manual be aware of the four signal indicators.
Primus Medical | 3
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
STANDARD CONVENTIONS USED IN THIS MANUAL
DANGER
Information that appears under the DANGER description concerns the protection of
personnel from direct and pending hazards that, if not avoided, will result in immediate,
serious personal injury or death in addition to damage of the equipment.
WARNING
Information that appears under the WARNING description concerns the protection of
personnel from possible hazards that can result in injury or death in addition to damage
of the equipment.
CAUTION
Information that appears under the CAUTION description concerns the protection of
personnel from possible hazards that may result in minor injury or damage of the
equipment.
NOTE
Information that appears under the NOTE description gives added information, which
helps in understanding the item being described.
Primus Medical | 4
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
PCB301 / PCB601 FEATURES AND ACCESSORIES
Standard Features
Roll at Any Height Design
Locking System:
• Roll-at-any-Height Caster Lock Mechanism
• Roll-at-any-Height Foot Pad Lock Mechanism (if equipped)
IV pole holder
Slat Sleep Deck
Heavy Duty Casters
Mattress Retainer
Heel Lift Ratchet
Welded frame
Accessories and Options
Primus Medical 80" mattress
42" Width Extension
ǂǂ
Fixed Assist Bar
ǂǂ
Rotating Assist Bar
ǂǂ
Rotating Assist Rail
Prime Mat
Transport System
Trapeze
Staff Control Panel **
Battery Backup System **
ǂǂ
Incompatible side rails can create hazards. Read instructions for use. Use only
side rails that Primus Medical has indicated are compatible with this bed.
** PCB601 Model ONLY
Bed Serial Numbers
When Ordering parts or when contacting Primus Medical Customer Service Department, please
include bed's model and serial numbers, found on the identification labels. The identification
labels are located under the sleep deck on the frame rail below the foot section on either side
of the bed.
PRIMUS MEDICAL COMPLIANCE INFORMATION
Matching the correct bed components to meet regulatory specifications can be complicated.
Primus Medical offers a wide variety of compliance options. Primus Medical can assist your
facility in selecting components or accessories that are recommended for the specific bed
model.
Primus Medical | 5
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
ITEM .............................................................................................SPECIFICATION
Overall Length (with wall bumper) (X) .................................................. 91.5" (2310 mm)
Overall Length (without wall bumper) (X1) .......................................... 86.5" (2195 mm)
Overall Width (PCB301) (Z) ...................................................................... 36" (916 mm)
Overall Width (PCB601) (Z) ...................................................................... 36.75" (934 mm)
Overall Width (with side 1 of width extension) .................................... 39" (990 mm)
Overall Width (with both sides of width extension) ............................ 42" (1067 mm)
Overall Width Increase with Fixed Assist Bar ........................................ 2.25" (57 mm)
Overall Width Increase with Rotating Assist Bar/Rail .......................... 3.625" (92mm)
Length of Mattress Deck .......................................................................... 79"
Mattress Deck Low Position (Y) ............................................................... 8"
Mattress Deck High Position(Y) ............................................................... 26"
Head Deck Angle Range ........................................................................ 0° to 70°
Thigh Deck Angle Range ......................................................................... 0° to 20°
Foot Deck Angle Range .......................................................................... 0° to 6°
Knee to Foot Deck Angle Range ........................................................... 0° to 26°
Weight of Bed (PCB301) without H/F boards or accessories ............ 210 lbs (95 Kg)
Weight of Bed (PCB601) without H/F boards or accessories ............ 212 lbs (96 Kg)
Maximum Weight Capacity .................................................................... 450 lbs (204 Kg)
Input Voltage ............................................................................................. 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Actuator Voltage ...................................................................................... 24 VDC
Mattress Thickness Range ........................................................................ 5.5" to 7" (140 mm to 178 mm)
Mattress Width ........................................................................................... 36" (914 mm) or 42" (1067 mm)
Mattress Length ......................................................................................... 80" (2032 mm)
General information
This medical bed is a class II type B IP54 medical device. The recommended environment for
operation of the bed is listed below:
Ambient temperature: 10°C ~ 40°C (50°F~104°F)
Relative humidity range: 30% ~ 75%
Atmospheric pressure: 86KPa~ 106Kpa
The recommended environment for storage/transportation is listed below:
Ambient temperature: -10°C ~ 50°C (14°F~122°F)
Relative humidity range: 10% ~ 93%
Atmospheric pressure: 86KPa~ 106KPa
NOTE: The information in this document is subject to change without notice.
Primus Medical | 6
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
SAFETY
DO NOT operate this product without first reading and understanding this user manual. Damage
or injury may result from improper use of this product.
The Primus Medical roll-at-any-height beds are intended for use within an institutional healthcare
environment. Primus Medical recommends compliance to Application Environment 3 (ie: Skilled
Nursing, Transitional Care, Rehabilitation Care, Assisted Living).
WARNING
DO NOT plug anything into the control box of bed (i.e. pendants and actuators) while power
cord is plugged into the wall outlet.
Any cords or tubing used on or with this bed MUST be routed and secured properly to ensure
that they do NOT become entangled, kinked or severed during normal operation of the bed.
DO NOT roll the bed over any power or pendant cords.
DANGER SHOCK HAZARD This bed is equipped with a three-prong grounding plug for
protection against possible shock hazard. DO NOT under any circumstances cut or remove the
grounding prong.
DO NOT open any actuators, control boxes or pendants. Service is only to be performed by
authorized service personnel. If unauthorized service is performed on any components the
warranty is void.
DO NOT use near explosive gases.
Possible Fire Hazard if the use of nasal mask in 1/2 bed tent 02 administering
equipment. If 02 tent is being used it should not fall below the mattress deck. The pendant should
not be placed in oxygen enriched environment such as an 02 tent.
Possible Injury or Death may occur if replacement parts are not provided by Primus Medical,
LLC® on any Primus Medical bed.
Possible injury or Death may occur if accessories are not provided by Primus Medical, LLC for
Primus Medical beds. Please contact Primus Medical for accessories that are compatible before
use of bed.
This medical bed is not intended to work with patient lifts other than those specified by Primus
Medical as being compatible.
DO NOT use assist bars as handles for moving the bed.
Primus Medical | 7
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
CRUSH HAZARD Possible injury may occur when activating the Foot Pad Lock
Mechanism*. This feature was designed to be activated by your foot. Using your hand could
result in injury. *PCB601 Only.
Keep all moving parts free of obstructions.
NEVER permit more than one (1) person in/on the bed at any time. The weight capacity of this
bed is 450lbs. including all accessories and options.
Body weight should be evenly distributed over the sleeping surface of the bed. Avoid situations
where entire body weight is on a raised head or foot surface. This includes while assisting the user
in repositioning or transferring out of bed.
NEVER allow anyone under the bed at any time.
Supervision is required when this product is operated by or near children or people with
disabilities.
Ensure that the individual using this bed is properly positioned, particularly when the bed is being
operated or moved.
DO NOT let any body parts protrude over the side or between parts, especially when the bed is
being moved or operated.
Caster and floor locks (if equipped) shall be used except when bed is being moved.
Bed is not intended for patient transport.
The medical bed should be left in its lowest position except when care is being
provided in order to reduce risk of injury due to falls.
Bed should be at lowest suitable height for entry and exit.
Possible injury or Death may occur due to pendant cord being a source for entangling
patient/resident. Patients/residents with decreased mental acuity should NOT have access to
pendant.
Possible Injury or Death may occur if bed is pushed over abrupt thresholds while bed is
occupied. This bed is not intended for patient transport.
WARNING
No modification of this equipment is allowed.
Only items that have been specified as part of this bed or that have been specified as being
compatible with this bed shall be connected to it.
Caution- This bed frame complies with EMC requirements of IEC 60601-1-2. Radio transmitting
equipment, cell phones or similar electronic devices, used in proximity of the bed, may affect
the beds performance.
Primus Medical | 8
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
There are no known contra-indications to use for this product.
LEFT/RIGHT REFERENCE GRAPHIC
ELECTROMAGNETIC EMMISSION AND IMMUNITY
This MEDICAL ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT needs special precautions regarding EMC and needs to
be installed and put into service according to the EMC information provided in the table below.
Portable and mobile RF communications equipment can affect MEDICAL ELECTRICAL
EQUIPMENT
WARNING
The use of ACCESSORIES, transducers and cables other than those specified, with the exception
of transducers and cables sold by the manufacturer of the EQUIPMENT or SYSTEM as
replacement parts for internal components, may result in increased EMISSION or decreased
IMMUNITY of the EQUIPMENT or SYSTEM.
DECLARATION - ELECTROMAGNETIC EMISSIONS
Guidance and manufacturer's declaration - Electromagnetic emissions
The Prime Care™ B301/B601 is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified
below. The customer or the user of the Prime Care™ B301/601 should ensure that it is used in
such an environment.
Emissions Test
Compliance
Electromagnetic environment - Guidance
RF Emissions CISPR 11
Group B
The Prime Care™ B301/601 must emit
electromagnetic energy in order to perform its
intended function. Nearby electronic
equipment may be affected.
RF Emissions
CISPR 11
Class 1
Harmonic Emissions
IEC 61000-3-2
Not
Applicable
Voltage fluctuations/
flicker emissions
IEC 6100-3-3
The Prime Care™ B301/601 is suitable for use in
all establishments including domestic
establishments and those directly connected to
the public power supply network that supplies
buildings used for domestic purposes.
Primus Medical | 9
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
Recommended separation distances between portable and mobile
RF communications equipment and the Prime Care™ B301/601
The Prime Care™ B301/601 is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF disturbances are
controlled. The customer or the user of the Prime Care™ B301/601 can help prevent electromagnetic interference by
maintaining a minimum distance between portable and mobile RF communications equipment (transmitters) and the
Prime Care™ B301/601 as recommended below, according to the maximum output power of the communications
equipment.
Rated maximum output power
of transmitter
W
Separation distance according to frequency of transmitter
m
150 kHz to 80 Mhz
80 MHz to 800 Mhz
800 MHz to 2,5 GHz
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
0.1
0.38
0.38
0.73
10
3.8
3.8
7.3
100
12
12
23
For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended
separation distance d in meters (m) can be estimated using the equation applicable to the
frequency of the transmitter, where P is the maximum output power rating of the transmitter in
watts (W) accordable to the transmitter manufacturer.
NOTE I At 80 MHz and 800 MHz the separation distance for the higher frequency range applies
NOTE 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected
by absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.
Primus Medical | 10
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
Guidance and manufacturer's declaration: Electromagnetic Immunity
The Prime Care™ B301/601 is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or the
user of the The Prime Care™ B301/601 should ensure that it is used in such an environment.
Immunity test
IEC 60601 test
level
Compliance
level
Electromagnetic environment - guidance
Portable and mobile RF communications
equipment should be used no closer to any
part of the Prime Care™ B301/601 including
cables, than the recommended separation
distance calculated from the equation
applicable to the frequency of the
transmitter.
Recommended separation distance
Conducted RF
IEC 61000-4-6
Radiated RF
IEC
61000-4-3
3 Vrms
150 kHz to 80 MHz
3 V/m
80 MHz to 2.5
GHz
3 Vrms
3 V/m
𝑑 = �1,2√𝑃�
𝑑 = �1,2√𝑃� 80MHz to 800MHz
𝑑 = �1,2√𝑃� 800MHz to 2,5MHz
Where P is the maximum output power
rating of the transmitter in watts (W)
according to the Transmitter manufacturer
and d is the recommended separation
distance in meters (m). Field strengths from
fixed RF transmitters, as determined by an
electromagnetic site survey, a should be less
than the compliance level in each
frequency range.b
Interference may occur in the vicinity of
equipment marked with the following
symbol:
NOTE I At 80MHz and 800MHz the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected
by absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.
a Field strengths from fixed transmitters, such as base stations for radio (cellular/cordless)
telephones and land mobile radios, amateur radio, AM and FM radio broadcast and TV
broadcast cannot be predicted theoretically with accuracy. To assess the electromagnetic
environment due to fixed RF transmitters, an electromagnetic site survey should be considered. If
the measured field strength in the location in which the Prime Care™ B301/601 is used exceeds
the applicable RF compliance level above, the Prime Care™ B301/601 should be observed to
verify normal operation. If abnormal performance is observed, additional measures may be
necessary, such as reorienting or relocating the Prime Care™ B301/601.
b Over the frequency range 150 kHz to 80 MHz, field strengths should be less than [Vi] V/m.
Primus Medical | 11
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
ENTRAPMENT WARNING
Accurate assessment of the patient and monitoring of correct maintenance and use of
equipment are required to prevent entrapment. For additional information on product and
safety issues for bed frames and rails review the manual specific to the accessories you are
planning to or have installed. If bed frames have been serviced or any other adjustments have
been made, make sure all parts are securely back in place before operating the bed frame.
ASSIST RAIL WARNING
Other manufacturers assist bars may not be compatible and can lead to entrapment issues or
harm to patients. Only compatible Primus Medical assist bars and rails may be used on this bed.
Make sure mattress is the correct size for bed frame and the assist bars are secured to frame to
decrease the risk of entrapment.
PRIMUS MEDICAL COMPLIANCE INFORMATION
Matching the correct bed components to meet regulatory specifications can be complicated.
Primus Medical offers a wide variety of compliance options. Primus Medical can assist your
facility in selecting correct components or accessories that are recommended for this specific
bed model.
MATTRESS SPECIFICATIONS
WARNING
Possible ENTRAPMENT Hazard may occur if you do not use the recommended specification
mattress.
Resident entrapment may occur leading to injury or death.
• A mattress may not be included with this bed. It is recommended that a 36" wide
mattress that is made to fit an 80" length bed frame is used, such as a Primus Medical
Redistribution Mattress.
• Also available is the EXP42 Mattress Overlay which converts any 36"x80" foam mattress to
a 42"x80" Redistribution Mattress when the width extension is in place.
• See Technical Specifications page for compatible mattress dimensions.
Primus Medical | 12
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
UNPACKING INSTRUCTIONS (tools needed: Pliers or Wire-cutters)
CAUTION
DAMAGE to the equipment may occur if the zip ties are removed incorrectly.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
If the package is standing, slowly lower to the floor.
It may be necessary for two or more people to help in lowering the bed.
Cut strapping around box; remove box ends and plastic surrounding bed frame.
Cut zip ties to remove wall guard at the head end of the bed.
Cut the zip ties to remove mattress retainers on each side of the bed.
Remove ties from pendant
Remove any remaining zip ties or foam left on bed frame
•
•
Locate power cord and plug into grounded 110-240 VAC outlet
Raise the bed frame and check to make sure everything is plugged into the control box
and no wires are loose. Bed should be unplugged from main power supply before
adjusting actuator power and control cables.
NOTE: DO NOT remove zip ties that are holding cords underneath bed frame.
ASSEMBLY
WALL BUMPER INSTALLATION
The wall bumper is designed to prevent damage to facility walls by keeping the head end of the
bed spaced off the wall.
• Locate the wall bumper assembly over the two sets of holes in the top of the caster truck
closest to the center of the bed.
• Install the (4)1/4” bolts and washers as shown below, using the included Allen wrench.
• NOTE: If installing a trapeze the two sets of mounting holes farthest from the center of the
bed should be used.
Primus Medical | 13
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
MATTRESS RETAINER INSTALLATION
Mattress Retainers are designed to keep the mattress in place on the sleep surface. Please read
this important information on Mattress Retainers and follow instructions on installation.
• Insert 2 ends of retainer into holes on the deck
•
•
Rotate mattress retainers outward.
• In total, 6 retainers are required for a bed.
Place the mattress on mattress support deck, making sure mattress fills length between
Mattress Retainer stops. Also, make sure the mattress does not compress more than 1.5"
under patient/resident weight.
HEADBOARD AND FOOTBOARD INSTALLATION
•
Attach the headboard to the headboard bracket using through bolts ( IV holder facing
the outside ).
Primus Medical | 14
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
•
•
Repeat for 2nd bracket.
Insert the assembly vertically into the square holes at the head end of the bed frame
and insert retaining pins.
•
•
•
Attach the footboard using through bolts to the footboard bracket (no IV pole holder).
Repeat for 2nd bracket.
Insert the assembly vertically into the square holes at the foot end of the bed frame and
insert retaining pins.
ASSIST BAR/RAIL INSTALLATION
ASSIST RAIL WARNING
Other manufacturers assist bars may not be compatible and can lead to entrapment issues or
harm to patients. Only compatible Primus Medical assist bars and rails may be used on this bed.
Make sure mattress is the correct size for bed frame and the assist bars are secured to frame to
decrease the risk of entrapment.
•
Slide Assist bar/rail tubes into holes on the side of the head deck.
•
Ensure tubes go through the 2nd plate toward the center of the bed.
Primus Medical | 15
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
•
Insert the retaining pin through the hole in the assist bar/rail and through the hole in the
head deck. (Rotating rails have left and right sides. If you cannot insert the retaining pin
into the deck, you may have the wrong side.)
BATTERY BACK-UP* (Tool List: Phillips Screw Driver and 9mm wrench and socket/driver) *Available
on PCB601
•
Mount the plastic battery mounting bracket to the steel battery plate using the 6 #8
screws and nuts included.
•
Install the battery mounting plate to either side of the center of the bed frame using the
4 3/8" bolts and washers included.
Primus Medical | 16
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
•
•
•
Slide the battery into place; make sure it is secure into the mounting bracket.
Attach the cord from the battery into the control box (black color).
The battery back-up will now work if the bed becomes unplugged from the wall outlet or
there is a power failure.
CRUSH HAZARD
Installation of the battery backup creates a possible foot crush hazard. Primus Medical
recommends that the battery backup is installed on the side of the bed that is against
the wall to minimize this crush hazard.
Primus Medical | 17
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
BED FUNCTIONS
Hand Control Operation
CRUSH HAZARD
DO NOT place body parts under the frame when lowering the bed.
4 Function Hand Pendant
•
•
•
•
Head deck up and down.
Foot deck up and down.
Auto Contour - raise and lower the head and foot decks at the same time.
Bed deck up and down.
Staff Control Pad Operation
4 function
•
•
•
•
•
•
This controller is located on the footboard.
Head deck up and down.
Foot deck up and down.
Auto Contour - raise and lower the head and foot decks at the same time.
Bed deck up and down.
Locking buttons can be engaged to not allow specific movements.
Heel Lift Ratchet
•
•
•
•
•
With the thigh deck section set at the preferred position, lift the foot panel.
There are six fixed stops on the heel lift that it can be set at.
The panel must be lifted slowly to connect each stop
The heel lift cannot be lowered to a lower adjustment without resetting in the highest
position.
To lower the panel, lift the panel to the highest setting and lower in one motion.
Power Cord Storage
•
•
A Power cord strain relief hook is located underneath the bed frame at the head end of
the bed keeps the power cord off the floor and protects the power cord from getting
severed or run over.
If the power cord is not in place under the bed, untie the power cord and stretch out
toward the head of the bed.
NOTE: Disconnect the main power cord from the wall outlet and store the power cord when the
bed is not in use. Make sure the power cord is placed on the sleep deck and not hanging off the
bed where it may be damaged. Secure the power cord to the head of the bed when moving
the bed.
Primus Medical | 18
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
BED MOBILIZATION AND STABILIZATION
WARNING
Involuntary bed movement may take place if the floor lock or bed casters are left unlocked.
Involuntary bed movement may lead to property DAMAGE or resident INJURY. Never leave a
bed unattended while the floor lock is disengaged.
Floor Lock Operation (PCB601)
• Press the red side of the floor lock lever to engage.
• Press the green side of the floor lock lever to disengage.
• Floor lock system may be operated from either side of the bed.
Caster Lock (PCB301/PCB601)
• To lock the head end of the bed use the locking casters at the head end of the bed.
• To lock the casters push down on the caster tabs near the top of the caster, this will
prevent the bed from moving.
• The PCB301 is equipped with caster locks on the foot end of the bed as well. These locks
are engaged and disengaged the same way as the head end caster locks.
• To unlock the casters push up on the caster tabs near the top of the caster, this will allow
the bed to move in all directions.
CAUTION
Moving the bed while the floor lock or caster lock is engaged may cause DAMAGE to the bed.
Do not move the bed until the floor lock and caster lock are unlocked.
Head End Caster Alignment Mechanism
•
•
•
Caster Alignment mechanism (Bale) is on either side of the head end caster truck.
Align caster with the truck body and lower the bale over the caster.
With the bale in place, the head end of the bed will tend to track in a straight line.
Primus Medical | 19
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
CAUTION
Equipment or property DAMAGE or resident INJURY may take place during maintenance.
Cleaning Instructions
•
•
•
•
•
•
Prior to cleaning unplug power supply cords
Make sure all electrical parts (motors, control boxes and pendant) are not broken and all
housing components are unplugged. Ensure that NO liquids enter electrical components.
Sanitize and wash all components. DO NOT submerge the bed frame or electrical
components.
Use standard water pressure. DO NOT power wash or steam clean any parts
Rinse completely with water (Maximum temperature 110oF or 43oC). Solvents, alcohol or
petroleum should not be used on the bed.
Make sure all parts are dry before using or storing
NOTE: THIS PRODUCT IS NOT COMPATIBLE WITH WASHDOWN TUNNELS
WARNING
INSPECTIONS
Failure to take care of your bed may decrease the life of your product and increase
maintenance.
Always service the bed at the required intervals.
INITIAL INSPECTION
•
•
•
•
•
Inspection of All Components - Receipt of assembled bed
Check bed components for obvious damage
Inspect power supply cords for cuts and/or damage
Check that actuator cords are connected properly to the controller
Verify proper functionality
Annual Inspection
• Perform all Semi-Annual inspections.
Mattress Support Surface, Frame and Base Assemblies
• Inspect welds on the mattress support surface, frame and base assemblies for cracks.
• Verify all fasteners are tight.
• Inspect fasteners for wear or damage.
Actuators
• Inspect push tubes and end connections of all actuators for excess wear or bending.
Primus Medical | 20
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
•
Verify that all clevis pins are in place and are retained by bowtie clips.
Casters
• Check that locks on casters lock properly (if equipped).
• Check that all casters roll properly.
• Check bed brake mechanism for proper function (if equipped).
• Check head end caster alignment mechanism to verify proper function.
Semi-Annual Inspection
• Perform all Quarterly inspections.
Control Box
• Check power cord for chafing, cuts, or wear.
• Check electrical connections for wear or fractures.
• Verify that all actuator connections are tight.
Actuators
• Check actuator cords for chafing, cuts or wear.
Authorized Accessories
• Ensure proper function of accessory.
• Ensure no tubes are bent.
Quarterly Maintenance Check
• Inspect all welds for cracks.
Control Box
• Make sure all attachment hardware and brackets are tight.
Pendant
• Check pendant cord for chafing, cuts or wear.
• Check all pendant buttons for proper function.
Actuators
• Check to make sure actuators do no bind at any point throughout their full range of
motion.
Authorized Accessories
• Inspect all fasteners for looseness and wear. Replace or tighten as necessary.
• Ensure welds do not have cracks.
If the bed has a battery, unplug from the wall outlet and validate function. The battery may be
built-in or portable.
ADVICE TO RESPONSIBLE ORGANIZATION
• Carry out all adjustment and cleaning procedures specified.
• Assembly of this bed and modifications made during the actual service life require
evaluation to the requirements of IEC 60601-1 and IEC 60601-2-38.
Primus Medical | 21
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
Servicing
Possible Shock Hazard may occur if the main power supply cord for the Control Box is not
unplugged from the wall outlet before any maintenance is performed on Actuators or Control
Box.
ACTUATORS AND CONTROL BOX
Cord and Socket Identification
• Attendant Control (Green)
• Hand Pendant (Red)
• Head Section Motor (Black)
• Foot Section Motor (Yellow)
• Hi/Lo Motor (Blue)
• Battery Back-Up (Black)
Replacing Control Box
• Unplug main power supply from the wall outlet
• Unplug connections for all actuators and accessories
• Separate the control box from the actuator
• Reinstall the control box on the actuator
• Plug all connections back into control box following color coding
• Test function
Replacing Actuators
• Unplug power supply cord from the wall outlet
• Identify the actuator to replace
• Tip bed on its side to remove the Hi/Lo actuators
• Unplug actuator cord from control box
• Actuator is held in place by (2) clevis pins
• Remove bowtie clips from clevis pins
• Slide the clevis pins out of the holes
• You can now replace the actuator
• To reassemble bed, reverse previous steps, and make sure to:
- Assemble clevis pins as originally installed with bowtie clips
- Zip ties should be replaced, with cords to their original position and routing
direction to the control box
Replacing the AC Power Cord
• Unplug power cord from wall outlet
• Unplug the power cord from the control box
• Remove tie-wraps holding power cord in place on frame
• Plug the new power cord into the control box
• Route the new power cord in the same manner as the original cord ensuring use of strain
relief device
• Replace tie-wraps to hold power cord to frame
• Plug power cord back into wall outlet
END OF LIFE DISPOSAL
• Many components of this product may be recycled.
• Please dispose of non-recyclable items properly.
Primus Medical | 22
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
WARNING Before doing any repairs or maintenance to the bed frame, read all
instructions, cautions, and warnings. The repairs should be done by a skilled technician.
Effect
Bed does not
stay in place
Bed not
steering
correctly
Possible Cause
Floor lock is not
engaged
Verification
There may be an object in-between
the floor and casters, the floor may
be slippery
Floor lock is not
functioning
Floor lock stuck in one position
Bed is only
moving straight
forward not
side to side
Bed is moving
side to side
Actuators not
working
Wire
connections
may be loose
or damaged
Hi/Lo lockout
may be on
Faulty actuator
Bed stalls while
operating
Thermal shut
down
Caster alignment mechanism (Bale)
is down
Caster alignment mechanism (Bale)
is up
Visually check wire connections for
looseness or fraying
The light on the attendant control
panel is on
Disconnect power cord from bed
that is not functioning and use on
another bed that is functioning,
Reconnect the power and test
functions on that bed. A faulty
actuator will not work with any
connection port
Bed works for a short period of time
then cuts out. Check for
obstructions or any interference with
bed frame, such as window sill or
too much weight on bed frame.
Corrective Action
Activate Floor Lock
Clean the floor;
remove any objects
that may be in the
way. Make sure the
floor is dry.
Contact Primus
Medical
1-877-638-2776
Lift caster alignment
mechanism (Bale) up
and bed will move in
desired direction
Push caster alignment
mechanism(Bale)
down and bed will
move straight
Reconnect any loose
wires and/or power
cords. If cord is frayed
replace immediately
Unlock panel by
pushing lock button
and light should go off
Contact Primus
Medical
1-877-638-2776
Wait a period of time
before using the bed
frame again. DO NOT
keep trying to
override this as it will
shorten the life of your
product. Bed is
intended to be used
for 2 min then allowed
to rest for 20 min.
Primus Medical | 23
DOC-040-2305 PCB301/PCB601 Owner's Manual | REV 007
WARRANTY
Primus Medical Prime Care™ B301/601 Beds, is guaranteed for a 3 year period from the date of
delivery. The guarantee is against any defects in materials and craftsmanship, under normal use
and service.
This 3 year warranty includes electrical and mechanical parts and components. Welds are
covered under lifetime1 warranty of the product. Steel structural components are covered under
the 15-year warranty from the date of delivery.
Damage caused by inappropriate environmental conditions, mistreatment or failure to maintain
the product in agreement with user and service instructions is not covered under warranty.
Any change, adjustments, or repair unless performed or authorized in writing by Primus Medical,
will void the warranty.
Parts
Primus Medical beds contain a variety of parts that wear from normal use. Some products are
not covered under the 3-year warranty but do fall under the 90 day warranty, such as DC
batteries. Primus Medical's responsibility under this warranty is limited to supplying replacement
parts, servicing or replacing, at its option, which is found to be faulty by Primus Medical.
Warranty replacement parts are covered by the warranty until the product's 3- year warranty
period expires. For warranty replacement, Primus Medical requests that broken parts be sent
back to them for evaluation. A credit will be issued only after the inspection.
Service
A majority of service requests can be handled by the facility maintenance department with
assistance from Primus Medical tech support. If a Primus Medical technician is required one will
be provided by Primus Medical at our discretion.
Most parts can be shipped next day air at the customer's expense.
Made in China
This warranty is extended to the original purchaser of the equipment.
1
Weld lifetime defined as 20 years
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising