Eickemeyer Vetrix Laser CO2 Surgical Laser System (4806723)

Eickemeyer Vetrix Laser CO2 Surgical Laser System (4806723)
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Eickemeyer Vetrix
Laser
CO2 SURGICAL LASER SYSTEM
Operation Manual
PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY BEFORE USE AND KEEP IT
FOR REFERENCE
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
Eltastr. 8 ▫ 78532 Tuttlingen
Phone: ++49/7461/96580 – 55
Fax: ++49/7461/96580- 91
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www.eickemeyer.de ▫ [email protected]
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TABLE
OF
CONTENTS
SUBJECT
PAGE
Preface
3
Chapter 1
Safety
4
Chapter 2
Introduction
7
Chapter 3
Installation
10
Chapter 4
Articulated Arm
11
Chapter 5
System Operation
12
Chapter 6
Aiming beam
14
Chapter 7
Surgical Accessories
15
Chapter 8
Indicators and Alarms
16
Chapter 9
Warnings
16
Chapter 10 Cleaning, disinfection & sterilization
17
Chapter 11 Maintenance
18
Chapter 12 Packing list
20
Chapter 13 Troubleshooting guide
21
Chapter 14 Technical Specifications
22
Chapter 15 Electrical Schematics
23
Chapter 16 Labels and positions
24
Chapter 17 Warranty
25
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Preface
The Eickemeyer 15C surgical laser system is designed to
meet international safety and performance standards,
including FDA & CE. Personnel operating the unit must have
a thorough understanding of the proper operation of the
system.
This manual has been prepared to aid medical and technical
personnel to understand and operate the system. Do not
operate the system before reading this manual and gaining a
clear understanding of the operation of the system. If any part
of this manual is not clear, please contact your Eickemeyer
representative for clarification.
The information provided in this manual is not intended to
replace the physician training or professional training on the
clinical use of CO2 lasers. Such training should include a
review of published literature, seminars, laser workshops and
appropriate preceptorships. Please contact your Eickemeyer
representative for current information on available training.
For Professional Information and Clinical Applications, also
refer to Appendix B & C of this manual.
This manual should always accompany the unit, and its
location must be known to all personnel operating the unit.
Additional copies of this manual are available at cost price
from your Eickemeyer distributor.
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CHAPTER 1
Safety
1.1.
The Eickemeyer 15C surgical laser system is designed to
comply with FDA & CE regulations for surgical laser
systems. To avoid accidental exposure to hazardous
radiation, personnel operating the system must be
thoroughly familiar with all its safety requirements and
operating procedures.
The areas of concern for safe CO2 laser operation are
discussed below.
1.2. Burn Hazard
CO2 laser radiation is invisible to the human eye and can
cause third-degree burns or ignite inflammable materials,
even when defocused.
1.3. Reflection and
Direct Eye
Exposure Hazard
The system emits visible and invisible laser radiation that is
hazardous to the eyes. Never stare into the CO2 laser
beam or allow it to be reflected from any reflective
surface - even rough metal can reflect the CO2 laser
beam. As a precaution against accidental exposure to the
output beam or to its reflections, all personnel must use
appropriate safety eyewear.
NOTE
Never stare directly into the aiming beam.
Also ensure that the aiming beam is not directed at anyone's
eyes. Although this beam is low powered, direct exposure
can be hazardous to the eyes.
1.4. Safety Eyewear
All personnel in the vicinity of the laser unit must use safety
eyewear and must ascertain that the eyewear provides
adequate protection from the 10.6 micron wavelength
radiation. This is generally provided by most quality glass or
plastic safety spectacles with side guards for protection from
lateral exposure. In the EU countries laser eyewear must be
CE marked for 10.6 micron laser radiation.
NOTE
When operating in the vicinity of the patient's eyes it is
advisable to cover eyes with an opaque material.
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1.5. Explosion and
Fire Hazard
Do not operate the unit in the presence of flammable
anesthetics or volatile substances such as alcohol, gasoline
or solvents. Flammable drapes, surgical gowns, gauze and
other ignitable materials must be kept out of the beam path.
The use of nonflammable materials and instruments is
advised. Flame retardant surgical drapes, gowns, etc., are
recommended. A readily accessible fire extinguisher in the
vicinity of the unit is also recommended.
For safety it is advisable to surround the surgical area with
wet towels or gauze since these will absorb any stray laser
radiation. Be sure to keep them wet throughout the
procedure.
1.6. High Voltage
Hazard
The laser unit generates high voltages within the main
cabinet. To avoid injury, do not operate the unit before
ensuring that all of its panels are properly closed. Do not
attempt to remove or disassemble any panels.
NOTE
Only Vetrix authorized technical personnel may service the
unit.
1.7. Using the Proper
Power Receptacle
and Plug
•
Use only the power receptacle and plug specified for
your unit.
•
Use only a power receptacle and plug that are in good
condition.
NOTE
To remove the power cord from the receptacle, hold it by the
plug. Never pull on the power cord to remove the plug from
the receptacle.
1.8. Grounding the
Unit
The unit is grounded through the grounding conductor in the
power cord. Good grounding is essential for safe operation.
To ensure grounding reliability, always plug the power cord
into a properly wired power receptacle.
1.9. Compliance with The Eickemeyer 15C laser unit complies with:
International
• US Federal Performance Standards 21 CFR 1040.10 and 21
Standards
CFR 1040.11 for Class IV laser products.
• European Directive 93/42/EEC Concerning Medical Devices
(Annex II).
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• European Directive 89/336/EEC Concerning Electromagnetic
Compatibility.
NOTE
In accordance with these regulations, a recommended
routine inspection and maintenance schedule is provided in
the Maintenance chapter of this manual.
1.10. Warning,
Figure 1-1 shows the location of the important labels affixed
Identification and
to the unit. These include:
Certification Labels
1. Laser emission danger label - warning against:
Possible exposure to laser radiation and specifying the
types of laser present.
2. Non-interlocked warning label - warning against:
a. Risk of explosion if used in the presence of flammable
anesthetics.
b. Possible electrical shock when cover is removed.
c. Possible radiation exposure when laser enclosure is
opened.
3. Electric shock warning label - warning user to properly
ground the unit, against opening the unit's cover and
information concerning:
a. Degree and type of protection against electric shock.
b. CE marking in compliance with the requirements of
93/42/EEC directive concerning medical devices
(Annex II).
4. Identification label - noting unit model number, serial
number, electrical requirements and date of
manufacture.
5. Certification label - manufacturer and/or distributor
details.
6. Laser aperture warning label - indicating laser beam
exit location.
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CHAPTER 2
Introduction
2.1. Working Principle
of the System
2.1.1. Principle of CO2
Laser Surgery
The wavelength emitted by a CO2 laser is 10.6µm. This
wavelength is in the far infrared and is invisible to the human
eye. Water has extremely high absorption at this
wavelength. A 30 micron thin layer of water will absorb 90%
of CO2 laser radiation, and only 10% will pass through.
Since 75-95% of soft tissue is composed of water, this
wavelength is highly absorbed in soft tissue and therefore
highly effective in vaporizing soft tissue, regardless of colour.
Tissue vaporization is instantaneous with very minimal
surrounding thermal necrosis which aids in hemostasis. To
allow precise positioning of the surgical laser beam, an
additional red, low power laser beam is incorporated in the
system so that both beams are coincident at the surgical
site.
2.1.2. System
Description
The Eickemeyer 15C CO2 laser system is based on a 15
Watt sealed-off CO2 laser which is microprocessor controlled
for safe and easy operation.
2.1.3. Main Cabinet
1. CO2 laser and aiming beam diode laser.
2. Switching-mode power supply, high voltage constant current.
3. Main control panel.
4. Cooling system.
5. Footswitch.
6. Articulated arm.
2.1.4. CO2 laser and
The sealed-off CO2 laser is situated inside the main cabinet
aiming beam laser on adjustable mounting brackets. A solenoid operated beam
shutter and a power detector are positioned in front of the
laser tube. A low power diode aiming beam laser is
positioned in front of the shutter and is reflected onto the
optical axis of the CO2 laser beam via a dichroic mirror.
The CO2 laser beam and the diode aiming beam are
aligned to be coaxial as they both enter and travel along the
articulated arm.
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2.1.5. High Voltage,
A switching-mode power supply is used to convert the input
Constant Current line voltage to the high voltage required to produce a gas
Power Supply
discharge inside the laser tube. The energy from this gas
discharge excites CO2 molecules to obtain population
inversion which is a perquisite for laser action.
2.1.6. Main Control
Panel
The flat, soft-touch control panel is fully microprocessorcontrolled to allow safe and simple control and setting of all
system parameters. Two displays exhibit laser power and
time settings.
2.1.7. Cooling System
The laser cooling system is a closed-loop system. The liquid
coolant (distilled or deionized water) is circulated by a pump
to remove heat generated in the laser tube.
2.1.8. Footswitch
Laser emission to tissue is controlled by a footswitch. When
pressing the footswitch, the shutter is opened and laser
emission through the articulated arm is enabled.
2.1.9. Articulated Arm
The articulated arm is a high precision laser beam delivery
system consisting of a series of hollow tubes connected by
rotating, mirrored joints. The articulated arm is springbalanced to allow the surgeon easy manipulation of the laser
beam and full wrist motion, within a working radius of 110
cm from the main cabinet.
2.2. Location of Components
2.2.1. External Components
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2.2.2. Internal Components
CHAPTER 3
Installation
3.1. Unpacking and
Inspection
3.2. Water Tank Coolant The unit is shipped with an empty water tank.
To fill the water tank first verify that the unit is unplugged
from the wall.
Unscrew the 3 screws on the back of the unit and carefully
lift up the top cover, starting from the back.
The front of the cover is held in a slot in the base of the unit.
Slide the cover out of this slot as you lift it up. Take care not
to disconnect the cables connecting the base to the cover.
Unscrew the cap of the water tank; fill with distilled or
deionized water taking care not to spill water onto the inside
of the system. Use a funnel or a plastic tube to fill the tank
up to about 1cm from the top. A quantity of 1.2 ltr is required.
Close and screw back the cover.
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WARNING
Do not attempt to turn on the unit before filling the water
tank.
3.3. Checking Power
Voltage
Insure that the input power voltage from the wall plug
complies with the requirement of the instrument, as marked
on the unit.
3.4. Connecting Power
Cord
Insert the power cord into the socket on the back of the unit
and then into the wall outlet. Assure that the plug and wall
socket are properly grounded.
3.5. Footswitch
Connection
Insert the footswitch cable into the socket located on the
back of the unit. A polarizer on the receptacle prevents
incorrect cable connection. Push in the alignment notch until
a sound is heard indicating that the plug is locked.
3.6. Remote Interlock
Connector
Laser safety regulations require surgical lasers to be
equipped with a remote interlock connector to which an
external interlock, such as a door interlock may be
connected. To operate the unit, this socket must either be
connected to such a remote interlock or alternatively must
be shorted by the interlock shorting plug provided with the
system.
3.7. Temporary Start
Insert the master key and rotate 90º clockwise to turn on the
unit. Water pump and cooling fan will be heard. If not - check
that the Emergency Stop Switch is released. Turn off unit.
CHAPTER 4
Articulated Arm
4.1. Articulated Arm
The articulated arm is shipped separately from the laser
cabinet. Unpack the arm and carefully install it over the arm
port on the main cabinet. Lock the side screw to secure the
arm in place. The arrow on the arm's main joint should
point at the direction at which the joint rotates when the
arm is pulled down.
Attach the focusing handpiece with the focal plane indicator
tip to the end of the articulated arm. Verify that the arm
rotates freely in all directions and is sufficiently balanced.
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4.2. Alignment Check
Turn the system on and verify that the aiming beam is
emitted through the articulated arm. If necessary, press the
aiming beam key to turn on the aiming beam. Remove the
focusing handpiece and place a transparent piece of paper
(or Scotch tape) over the opening of the articulated arm.
Check that the aiming beam is approximately centered to the
arm port. Repeat this check at various different positions of
the arm. Attach the focusing handpiece with the focal plane
indicator. Place any target (such as a wooden tongue
depressor) at the tip of the focal plane indicator and check
that the aiming beam is approximately centered to an
imaginary tube extending from the focusing handpiece tube.
After reading the instructions below, turn on the CO2 laser,
set for 5 Watt, 0.1 sec pulse, fire at a moistened wooden
tongue depressor (or other appropriate target) and check
that the focal spots of the CO2 and aiming beam lasers
coincide. For convenience, mark a cross on the tongue
depressor, position the aiming beam on the cross and fire a
single laser pulse. The resulting burn mark should coincide
with the cross. Some displacement is allowed provided that
a portion of the burn mark covers the center of the cross.
NOTE
Repeat this check at various positions of the articulated arm.
NOTE
If misalignment is noticed - contact your local representative.
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CHAPTER 5
System Operation
5.1. Turn-On
Following the installation and articulated arm alignment
check, turn-on the system by rotating the master key switch
90º clockwise. If the system does not turn on check that the
Emergency Stop Switch is released. Always remove the key
when unit is left unattended.
5.2. Function Selection
5.2.1. STBY State
Press "STBY" key and note that indicator light turns on. In
this state, pressing of the footswitch will not initiate laser
emission. During a pause in operation always return unit to
the STBY state to avoid inadvertent laser emission.
5.3. Emission Mode
Selection
5.3.1. CONTINUOUS
The CONT mode should be chosen whenever continuous
laser emission is desired. In this mode laser radiation will be
emitted from the articulated arm for as long as the footswitch
is pressed. The display will exhibit "---" to indicate that the
unit is set in the CONT mode.
5.3.2. SINGLE
In the SNGL mode setting, laser radiation will be emitted as
a single pulse of radiation every time the footswitch is
pressed. Pulse duration will depend on the time setting and
can be adjusted between 0.02-1.0 seconds. To emit an
additional pulse footswitch should be pressed again. If
footswitch is released before pulse duration is over, laser
emission will be automatically interrupted.
5.3.3. PULSER
In the PLSR mode laser pulses are repeatedly emitted for as
long as the footswitch is pressed. Once footswitch is
released laser emission is immediately interrupted. In the
PLSR mode, laser pulse duration and pulse interval duration
will depend on the time setting and can be adjusted from
0.02-1.0 sec.
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5.4. Power and Time
Setting
5.4.1. Power Setting
Laser power output can be set from 0.5 to 15 Watts. Power
is adjusted by pressing the "up" or "down" keys on the
control panel.
Power Setting Resolution:
5.4.2. Time Setting
When the system is on CONT mode the time display will
indicate "---".
When the system is on SNGL or PLSR mode, the default
time setting is "0.02" second. Time setting may be adjusted
up to 1 second in increments of 0.01 seconds. The display
will indicate time setting in seconds.
5.5. READY State
After the above settings, set the function key to READY
state.
When the system is in the "READY" state, the laser indicator
light flashes intermittently. When pressing the footswitch,
laser radiation will be emitted from the articulated arm
according to the mode setting on the control panel. Laser
indicator illuminates continuously and the audible warning
buzzer is heard.
Before pressing the footswitch always make sure that the
handpiece and aiming beam are directed at an appropriate
target. Also bear in mind that the CO2 laser beam may
penetrate and continue beyond the target.
NOTE
When the system is in the" READY" state, laser parameters
can not be adjusted.
To adjust any of the parameters system must first be set to
the STBY state.
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CHAPTER 6
Aiming Beam
6.1.
Since the CO2 surgical laser beam is invisible, a separate,
low power, visible, red diode laser aiming beam is
incorporated in the system. The surgical and the aiming
laser beams are coaxial so that the surgical beam, when
operated, will be directed at the spot where the visible diode
beam is aimed. The aiming beam may be turned on or off by
pressing the aiming beam key on the main control panel.
NOTE
European safety regulations (IEC 601-2-22) permit the
aiming beam to be turned off only in situations where a
mechanical pointer is available to indicate the position of the
CO2 laser beam.
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CHAPTER 7
Laser Surgical Accessories
7.1.
The Eickemeyer 15C
mm handpiece set as
beam focal plane is
handpiece. The spot
plane, is 0.4 mm.
laser system is supplied with a 100
a standard accessory. The CO2 laser
indicated by the straight tip on the
size for the handpiece, at the focal
NOTE
See paragraph 10 below for handpiece cleaning and
sterilization instructions.
7.2. Handpiece
Standard Parts
The handpiece set is comprised of the following standard
parts:
Handle
Straight tip
Backstop tip
7.3. Handpiece
Optional Parts
The following angled tips are optional:
90 deg. reflector tip
120 deg. Reflector tip
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CHAPTER 8
System Indicators & Alarms
8.1. Coolant Circulation When the power is turned on, the water pump begins to
Indicator
work. The coolant indicator should illuminate steadily. In
case of a fault, such as low coolant level or high coolant
temperature (above 40ºC), indicator light will flash and a
buzzer alarm will be heard. If this occurs, turn system off,
allow system sufficient time to cool down, and attempt to
resume work. If same fault reoccurs, turn system off, unplug
from the wall and check water in the coolant tank. Refill if
necessary.
CHAPTER 9
Warnings
9.1.
Under no circumstances, should the laser beam be directed
at an eye or healthy skin.
9.2.
Laser beam should not be directed at any reflective surface,
such as stainless steel or mirror surface.
9.3.
If alcohol is used to clean any part of the instrument or to
prepare surgical site, allow sufficient time for alcohol
evaporation before turning on the laser beam. Avoid other
inflammable or explosive substances in the vicinity of the
laser beam.
9.4.
In order to prevent contamination of the focusing lens it is
recommended to always use a suitable smoke evacuation
unit and, in addition, to connect the nozzle on the handpiece
to a low pressure air or inert gas source.
9.5.
The operator and all personnel in the room should wear
appropriate laser safety eyewear whenever the laser is
turned on.
9.6.
The system should be stored in an area where the
temperature is always within 1-50ºC and relative humidity is
below 80%.
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CHAPTER 10
Cleaning, disinfection and sterilization
NOTE
Always clean / disinfect directly after use before stains dry
on parts.
10.1.
To clean / disinfect the handpiece, first remove the lens
holder. Only the remaining metal parts may be cleaned with
water or instrument detergent. These parts may be
disinfected in standard disinfection solutions or may be
steam autoclaved. Thoroughly rinse and dry these parts
before reuse.
10.2.
Handpiece lens may be cleaned with a cotton swab dipped
in high grade acetone (such as Chemically Pure). The lens
holder may be cleaned with a cotton ball dipped in hospital
grade 70% alcohol solution. The lens holder may be cold
gas sterilized but should not be autoclaved or disinfected.
WARNING
Never allow the lens to come into contact with water. Do not
steam autoclave or disinfect the lens.
10.3.
Unit itself may be cleaned / disinfected with liquids. Before
cleaning unit remove the power cord from the AC outlet. To
clean unit use damp cloth or cotton dipped in hospital grade
70% alcohol solution or a disinfectant liquid. Avoid excessive
use of liquid and dry well before reconnecting unit to power
source.
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CHAPTER 11
Maintenance
WARNING
There are high voltages in the instrument.
Any maintenance should therefore be referred to Vetrix
authorized service personnel.
Power meter calibration check should be performed every 6
Calibration Check months. Equipment required for the calibration check is a
calibrated external power meter such as Ophir model 300A,
or equivalent. The procedure for the calibration check is as
follows:
11.1 Power Meter
1. With the handpiece attached to the articulated arm,
position the external power meter detector 2 cms beyond
the focal plane of the lens.
2. Turn unit on and set power for 5 Watts continuous
emission.
3. Direct the aiming beam at the center of the detector and
press footswitch. Note the external power meter reading.
4. Repeat the procedure for continuous emission of 10 W
and 15W.
5. If the external power reading deviates by more than 15%
from the laser setting, power calibration of the laser
system is required.
NOTE
Power meter calibration procedure must be performed only
by Vetrix-authorized technical personnel.
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11.2 Power Meter
Calibration Check
Power meter calibration procedure should be performed only
by Eickemeyer authorized technical personnel, according to
the following procedure:
1. With the handpiece attached to the articulated arm,
position the external power meter detector 2 cms beyond
the focal plane of the lens.
2. Remove the top cover as instructed in 3.2.
3. Push down the safety interlock switch (on the rear panel)
indicated in fig.1 with the aid of a rubber ring or a string.
4. With the interlock key in the OFF position (no power), pull
out the short-circuit plug (fig.2, item1) and plug it in the
calibration position (fig. 2, item 2).
5. Switch on the power (Key Interlock ON), set power to 5
Watts, select CONT mode and then press READY mode.
Press the footswitch and check actual emitted power on
the external power meter display. If actual emitted power
is lower (or higher) than 5 Watts, push the power up (or
down) key on the unit's control panel until actual emitted
power is 5 Watts. Press Diode key to save the data in the
microprocessor.
6. Switch off power and return short-circuit plug back to its
previous position.
7. Close top cover, operate unit, set power at 5 Watts and
recheck actual emitted power on the external power
meter. Repeat the procedure for a power setting of 1 and
10 Watts. At all three power settings actual power
emitted should be within +/-10% of power displayed on
the laser unit.
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11.3 Fuse Replacement To check and / or replace the fuses on the auxiliary panel,
turn off the unit and disconnect the power cord from the
power receptacle. Wait 2 minutes to allow high voltages to
discharge. Replace fuses only with the same type and rating
of fuse. For exact fuse rating, refer to the fuse listing on the
auxiliary panel.
CHAPTER 12
Packing List
Laser articulated arm
1 set
Handpiece
1 set
Power cord
1 set
Foot switch
1 set
Remote Connector
1 set
Master key
2 sets
User Manual
1 set
Spare parts
Fuse (3A)
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CHAPTER 13
Troubleshooting Guide
SYMPTOMS
POSSIBLE CAUSES
ACTIONS
power
cable
After main power is switched Power plug is not properly Check
connections to the wall and
on, the panel does not light connected.
to the unit.
and the water pump is not
Fuse is loose or burned.
heard.
Verify that emergency stop
Emergency Stop switch is switch is released.
pressed in.
Check and replace fuse if
necessary.
footswitch
as
Unit seems to run properly but Footswitch is not properly Connect
instructed in the manual.
there is no laser beam connected.
emitted from the arm.
Top cover of the unit is not Close top cover.
properly closed.
Check and lock any loose
Articulated arm is not joint in the arm.
properly connected.
Laser power is emitted in the Pulse mode calibration is off Contact Vetrix authorized
CONT mode but not in the (particularly for short pulse technician to perform pulse
SNGL or PLSR modes
settings)
mode power calibration on
the unit.
Laser emission stops, coolant Instrument is operated too Wait for the cooling water to
indicator flashes and an long and coolant is too hot.
cool down and restart unit.
audible alarm is on.
Unit is too noisy.
Table on which unit
positioned is not stable.
is Place unit on a stable and
flat surface.
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CHAPTER 14
Technical Specifications
Laser Type:
Sealed-off CO2 laser
Laser Wavelength:
10.6 microns
Output Power:
0.5 - 15 Watt, adjustable
Focal Spot Diameter:
0.4mm
Lens Focal Distance:
f = 100mm
Aiming Beam:
Diode laser 2mW, 650nm
Delivery System:
7 joint, spring-balanced articulated arm
Operation and Control:
Microprocessor controlled, touch screen
Emission Modes:
Continuous, Single pulse, Pulser
Pulse duration:
0.02 - 1.00 seconds
Displays:
Power, Time
Cooling System:
Closed loop, water
Electrical Input:
AC 220V ±10%, 50HZ
AC 110V ± 10%, 60HZ
Input Power:
200VA
Ambient Temperature:
5 - 40ºC
Relative Humidity:
< 80%
Dimensions (mm):
360 x 610 x 210 (mm)
Weight (kg):
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CHAPTER 15
Electrical Schematics
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CHAPTER 16
Labels and positions
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CHAPTER 17
Warranty
Eickemeyer warrants to the original purchaser or, for
products purchased from an authorized reseller to the
original end-user that Eickemeyer-branded products will be
free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period
of 18 months from the date of shipment. During the warranty
period Eickemeryer will, at its option:
(1) Provide replacement parts necessary to repair the
product.
(2) Replace the product with a comparable product.
(3) Refund the amount you paid for the product, less
depreciation, upon its return.
Defects of the product are to be immediately indicated to
Eickemeryer in writing. Eickemeryer does not accept any
warranty for defects which have arisen due to natural wear,
incorrect, improper or inappropriate use of the product or
any conditions differing from those stipulated in the
operating manual. For repairs carried out by nonEickemeryer authorized third parties, Eickemeryer shall not
be held liable and does not accept any warranty. If the client
fails to provide the co-operation required for the replacement
delivery or rectification of defects then its claim for warranty
is waived.
Eickemeryer shall not be liable for consequential damage
caused by defect unless Eickemeryer expressly assured the
client that such a feature of the product which failed due to
the defect, was to prevent the occurrence of the respective
consequential damage.
There are no further warranty claims.
Eltastr. 8 ▫ 78532 Tuttlingen
Phone: ++49/7461/96580 – 55
Fax: ++49/7461/96580- 91
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