EPR Ultrasound User Manual.qxd

EPR Ultrasound User Manual.qxd
A New
Dimension in
Ultrasound
User
Manual
Model 2782
Intelect® TranSport
Ultrasound
ISO 13485 Certified
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
FOREWORD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2
Product Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
ABOUT ULTRASOUND THERAPY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-12
Precautionary Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-4
Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-5
Dangers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Overview of Ultrasound Therapy . . . . . . . . . . . .7-9
Common Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-9
Description of Ultrasonic Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Indications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Contraindications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Potential For Burns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Preventing Overheating of the Sound Heads . . . . .12
Preventing Adverse Effects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
NOMENCLATURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13-17
UNIT SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
ULTRASOUND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS . . . .19-20
SETUP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21-26
Mounting the Unit on the Wall . . . . . . . . . . . .21-23
Installing the Battery Pack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24-25
Charging the Battery Pack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Using the Battery Pack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27-47
Creating a User Protocol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27-28
Restoring Factory Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29-30
Restoring Factory Protocols . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31-32
Selecting a User-Defined Protocol . . . . . . . . . .33-34
Preparing the Patient’s Skin for Therapy . . . . . . . .35
Starting, Stopping, & Interrupting Therapy . . . .36-38
System Utilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39-47
ACCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Standard Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Optional Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
Troubleshooting the Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
Troubleshooting Error Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50-51
Maintaining the Intelect TranSport Ultrasound . . . .50
Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Warranty Repair/Out of Warranty Repair . . . . . . .51
WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
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FOREWORD
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
This manual has been written for the operators of the Intelect TranSport Ultrasound. It contains general instructions
for operation, precautionary instructions, and maintenance recommendations. In order to obtain maximum life and
efficiency from your Intelect TranSport Ultrasound, and to assist in the proper operation of the unit, read and understand this manual thoroughly.
The specifications put forth in this manual were in effect at the time of publication. However, owing to Chattanooga
Group’s policy of continuous improvement, changes to these specifications may be made at any time without obligation on the part of Chattanooga Group.
Before administering any treatment to a patient, you should become acquainted with the operating procedures, as
well as the indications, contraindications, warnings, and precautions. Consult other resources for additional information regarding the application of therapeutic ultrasound.
Product Description
The Intelect TranSport Ultrasound, designed and manufactured by Chattanooga Group, offers a new
dimension in portable ultrasound therapy made possible by advanced software design and digital signal
processing. The result is a unit with extraordinary versatility based on simplicity of operation.
The Intelect TranSport Ultrasound allows you to select a frequency of 1 or 3.3 MHz without changing applicators
(excluding the 1 cm2 applicator). Sound heads are available in 1 cm2, 2 cm2, 5 cm2 and 10 cm2 and include the patent
pending Electronic Signature™ feature. Duty cycle may be set at 10%, 20%, 50% or Continuous.
The following features are available on the Intelect TranSport Ultrasound:
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express written consent from Chattanooga Group of Encore Medical, L.P. is strictly prohibited. This publication was written, illustrated and prepared
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FOREWORD
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
• Clinical Portable Battery Powered Option
The Intelect TranSport Ultrasound is a truly portable ultrasound unit that does not confine you to a wall socket
to operate. Dual frequency application in the clinic or on the road.
• Electronic Signature™
Automatically calibrate the system to any size Intelect TranSport Ultrasound sound head.
• Ergonomic Applicators
A new ergonomic design that offers a 20 degree contour in the applicator hand grip. This ergonomic extra will
help deliver uniform ultrasound with greater clinician comfort.
• Head Warming
A feature traditionally available in more expensive brands of ultrasound. This will help curb the
anxiety of patients during the first moments of treatment.
• Clear LCD display
Guide the operator through the setup process providing continuous feedback about treatment
settings. Gives you optimal visibility during attended procedures.
• User Protocols
User protocols allow you to set, save, and change the parameters of each program (protocol) in order to tailor it
to meet your patients’ specific needs. Ten storage slots are available for user protocols.
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CAUTION
Precautionary Instructions
The precautionary instructions found in this section and
throughout this manual are indicated by specific symbols. Understand
these symbols and their definitions before operating this equipment.
The definition of these symbols are as follows:
!
=CAUTION-
Text with a “CAUTION” indicator will explain
possible Safety infractions that could have the
potential to cause minor to moderate injury or
damage to equipment.
!
=WARNING-
Text with a “WARNING” indicator will explain
possible Safety infractions that will potentially
cause serious injury and equipment damage.
!
=DANGER-
Text with a “DANGER” indicator will explain
possible Safety infractions that are imminently
hazardous situations that would result in death
or serious injury.
=EXPLOSION HAZARDText with an “Explosion Hazard” indicator will
explain possible safety infractions if this
equipment is used in the presence of flammable
anesthetics.
NOTE: Throughout this manual “NOTE” may be found. These Notes
are helpful information to aid in the particular area or
function being described.
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
• Read, understand and practice the precautionary and operating
instructions. Know the limitations and hazards associated with using
any ultrasound device. Observe the precautionary and operational
decals placed on the unit.
• Do not operate this unit when connected to any unit other than
Chattanooga Group devices. Do not operate the unit in an
environment of short-wave diathermy use.
• The ultrasound unit should be routinely checked before each use to
determine that all controls function normally; especially that the
intensity control properly adjusts the intensity of the ultrasonic
power output in a stable manner. Also, determine that the treatment
time control actually terminates ultrasonic power output when the
timer reaches zero.
• DO NOT use sharp objects such as a pencil point or ballpoint pen to
operate the buttons on the control panel as damage may result.
• Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other
than those specified herein may result in hazardous exposure to
ultrasonic energy.
• Handle the applicator with care. Inappropriate handling of the
applicator may adversely affect its characteristics.
• Before use, remove the yellow, plastic cap from the sound head.
• Before each use inspect applicator for cracks, which may allow the
ingress of conductive fluid.
• Inspect treatment head, cables, and associated connectors before
each use.
• The Intelect battery pack is designed for use only with Chattanooga
Group Intelect TranSport Stim and Ultrasound systems.
• This unit should be operated in temperatures between 59 to 85°F
(15 to 40°C), and transported and stored in temperatures between 20 to 110°F (7 to 43°C), with relative humidity ranging from 30%
- 60%.
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Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
CAUTION
• Where the integrity of the external protective earth conductor arrangement is in doubt, equipment shall be operated from its internal electrical
power source.
• The battery pack should be removed when storing the unit for extended periods of time.
• DO NOT disassemble, modify, or remodel the unit or accessories. This may cause unit damage, malfunction, electrical shock, fire, or personal
injury.
• Failure to use and maintain the Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound and its accessories in accordance with the instructions outlined in this manual
will invalidate your warranty.
• DO NOT remove the cover. This may cause unit damage, malfunction, electrical shock, fire, or personal injury. There are no user-serviceable
parts inside the unit. If a malfunction occurs, discontinue use immediately and consult the dealer for repair service.
• DO NOT permit any foreign materials or liquids to enter the unit. Take care to prevent any foreign materials including, but not limited to,
inflammables, water, and metallic objects from entering the unit. These may cause unit damage, malfunction, electrical shock, fire, or personal
injury.
• If you have difficulty operating the unit after carefully reviewing this operator’s guide, contact your Chattanooga Group dealer for assistance.
• This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to other devices in the vicinity. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. Harmful interference to other devices can be determined by turning this equipment on and off. Try to correct the interference
using one or more of the following: Reorient or relocate the receiving device, increase the separation between the equipment, connect the
equipment to an outlet on a different circuit from that to which the other device(s) are connected and/or consult the factory field service
technician for help.
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•
•
•
•
WARNING
Always keep the sound head in constant motion.
Always keep the sound head in full contact with the patient’s skin or submerged under water when setting intensity.
Use ample conductive gel to ensure good coupling throughout the treatment. If needed, apply when setting intensity.
Be sure to read all instructions for operation before treating a patient.
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Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
WARNING
• Do not drop the applicator on hard surfaces. Do not cool an overheated sound head with ice water or ice packs. Do not allow the sound head
to reach maximum temperatures repeatedly. All of these conditions are likely to damage the sound head crystal. Damage resulting from these
conditions is not covered under the warranty.
• Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous exposure to ultrasonic
energy.
• For continued protection against fire hazard, replace fuses only with ones of the same type and rating.
• Make certain that the unit is electrically grounded by connecting only to a grounded electrical service receptacle conforming to the applicable
national and local electrical codes.
• This device should be kept out of the reach of children.
• This device should be used only under the continued supervision of a licensed practitioner.
• Care must be taken when operating this equipment around other equipment. Potential electromagnetic or other interference could occur to this
or to the other equipment. Try to minimize this interference by not using other equipment in conjunction with it.
• Federal law restricts this device to sale by, or on the order of, a physician or licensed practitioner.
• Dispose of all products in accordance with local and national regulations and codes.
• For continued protection against fire hazard, charge the battery pack only while installed on the Intelect TranSport Ultrasound.
• This equipment is not designed to prevent the ingress of water or liquids. Ingress of water or liquids could cause malfunction of internal
components of the system and therefore create a risk of injury to the patient.
• Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous conditions causing
damage to the battery pack or cells.
• To prevent electrical shock, disconnect the battery pack from the system before attempting any maintenance procedures.
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DANGER
• Equipment not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture with air, with oxygen or nitrous oxide. The warning
symbol for this hazard is prominently displayed on the cabinet.
• DO NOT connect the unit to an electrical supply without first verifying that the power supply is the correct voltage. Incorrect
voltage may cause unit damage, malfunction, electrical shock, fire, or personal injury. Your unit was constructed to operate only on
the electrical voltage specified on the Voltage Rating and Serial Number Plate. Contact your Chattanooga Group dealer if the unit is
not properly rated.
• NiMH Batteries contain Class E Corrosive materials. In the event of battery cell rupture or leakage, handle battery pack wearing
neoprene or natural rubber gloves. Contents of a ruptured or leaking battery can cause respiratory irritation. Hypersensitivity to
nickel can cause allergic pulmonary asthma. Contents of cell coming in contact with skin can cause skin irritation and/or chemical
burns.
• Never, under any circumstances, open the battery pack housing or cells. Should an individual battery from a battery pack become
disassembled, spontaneous combustion of the negative electrode is possible. There can be a delay between exposure to air and
spontaneous combustion.
• Charge the battery pack according to the instructions found in this manual. Never attempt to charge the battery pack on any other
charging mechanism.
• Use the battery pack only with the Intelect TranSport Series units.
• Do not reverse the polarity of the battery pack. Doing so can increase the individual cell temperature and cause cell rupture or
leakage.
• Never dispose of the battery pack in fire. Never short circuit the battery pack. The battery pack may explode, ignite, leak or get hot
causing serious personal injury.
• Dispose of NiMH batteries according to national, state and local codes and regulations.
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OVERVIEW OF ULTRASOUND THERAPY
Utilizing ultrasound waves through muscle, nerve, and connective tissue has been well documented as effective in
reducing pain, muscle spasms, and joint contractures.
There are several items that affect the penetration of ultrasound on the target tissues. Please refer to the documentation as a reference on the appropriate frequency for your clinical needs.
There are 4 sound heads available with the Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound System: 1 cm2, 2 cm2, 5 cm2, and 10 cm2.
Select either 1 or 3.3 MHz frequencies for each applicator (excluding the 1 cm2 applicator). Frequency may be
selected either before or during therapy.
Common Terms
Applicator - The hand held assembly used to deliver ultrasonic energy. The applicator includes the sound head,
transducer, and related electronics.
Beam Non-Uniformity Ratio (BNR) – By nature, an ultrasound beam is not homogeneous. The BNR is a ratio of the
highest intensity found in the beam field to the average intensity as indicated on the output display of the unit.
This measure may not exceed 5.0:1. Because of the areas of increased intensity, the sound head is moved
continuously during the treatment.
Collimating (Coll)- The shape of the ultrasound beam. While neither focused nor dispersed, this ultrasound beam
resembles a column when applied from the unit through the sound head.
Continuous Mode – The output of the ultrasound is not interrupted during the treatment time. This mode imparts the
most energy to the tissues and is used when a maximal effect is desired. (See Duty Cycle).
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OVERVIEW OF ULTRASOUND THERAPY - COMMON TERMS (continued)
Coupling Media – An agent used to insure that the ultrasound is transmitted from the sound head to the tissue to be
treated. Gels or lotions labeled for therapeutic ultrasound use are recommended.
Duty Cycle – This is the ratio of the “On” time to “Total” time of the cycle, expressed as a percentage. The duty
cycle describes the pulsed modes of ultrasound. The lower the percentage, the lower temporal average intensity.
100% is continuous ultrasound.
Effective Radiating Area (ERA) – A measure of the ultrasound beam made underwater, 5 mm from the radiating
surface of the sound head. The ERA is always smaller than the geometric area of the sound head, but should be as
close as possible. This measurement is used to calculate the ultrasound intensity in W/cm2.
Frequency (Freq) – Selectable to 1 or 3.3 MHz with the 2 cm2, 5 cm2, or 10 cm2 sound head (only 3.3 MHz is available with the 1 cm2 sound head). The lower the frequency, the longer the wavelength, and the deeper the penetration of ultrasound.
Lead Zirconate Titanate – A synthetic crystal used to create the ultrasound beam by vibrating 1,000,000 (1 MHz) or
3,300,000 (3.3 MHz) times per second. This type of crystal is both durable and efficient in its functions.
Power – A measure of the intensity of the ultrasound delivered to the patient. Unit of measure is watts (W).
Pulse Duration – Refers to the amount of time the ultrasound is being delivered in the pulsed mode. For example, in
the 20% duty cycle mode, the ultrasound is delivered for 2 msec and off for 8 msec (at 100 Hz) throughout the
treatment period.
Pulse Frequency – The pulse frequency is the number of pulses per second and is expressed in hertz. The available
pulse frequency on the Intelect TranSport Ultrasound is 100 Hz.
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OVERVIEW OF ULTRASOUND THERAPY - COMMON TERMS (continued)
Pulsed Mode – The output of the ultrasound is automatically interrupted during the treatment time. This limits the
amount of energy delivered to the tissues.
Sound Head – The aluminum face of the applicator that contacts the patient’s skin. It covers a transducer
mechanism that converts electrical energy to mechanical energy in the form of a vibrating crystal.
Ultrasound Intensity – Ultrasound power delivered to the patient expressed in total power as watts (W) or in terms
of the sound head’s effective radiating area, watts per centimeter squared (W/cm2).
Description of Ultrasonic Field
The spatial distribution of the radiated field is essentially a collimated beam of the ultrasonic energy having a crosssectional area of 8.5 cm2 for the 10 cm2 sound head when measured at a point 5 mm from the transducer face.
The energy distribution within the radiated field is 3.0 W/cm2 maximum and it takes a generally conic shape, having
decreasing intensity at progressively increasing distance from the face of the transducer. This field distribution applies
for the radiation emitted into the equivalent of an infinite medium of distilled, degassed water at 30° C and with the
line voltage variations in the range of 10% of the rated line voltage.
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Indications for Ultrasound
• Application of therapeutic deep heat for the
treatment of selected sub-chronic and chronic
medical conditions such as:
• Relief of pain, muscle spasms and joint
contractures
• Relief of pain, muscle spasms and joint
contractures that may be associated with:
• Adhesive capsulitis
• Bursitis with slight calcification
• Myositis
• Soft tissue injuries
• Shortened tendons due to past injuries
and scar tissues
• Relief of sub-chronic and chronic pain and joint
contractures resulting from:
• Capsular tightness
• Capsular scarring
Contraindications
• This device should not be used for
symptomatic local pain relief unless
etiology is established or unless a pain
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
syndrome has been diagnosed.
• This device should not be used when cancerous
lesions are present in the treatment area.
• This device should not be used when open wounds
are present in the treatment area.
• This device should not be used on patients suspected
of carrying serious infectious disease and or disease
where it is advisable, for general medical purposes, to
suppress heat or fevers.
• This device should not be used over or near bone
growth centers until bone growth is complete.
• This device should not be used over the thoracic area
if the patient is using a cardiac pacemaker.
• This device should not be used over a healing
fracture.
• This device should not be used over or applied to the
eye.
• This device should not be used over a pregnant
uterus.
• This device should not be used on ischemic tissues in
individuals with vascular disease where the blood
supply would be unable to follow the increase in
metabolic demand and tissue necrosis might result.
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Additional Precautions
Potential for Burns
Additional precaution should be used when the
ultrasound is used on patients with the following
conditions:
• Over an area of the spinal cord following a
laminectomy, i.e., when major covering tissues
have been removed.
• Over anesthetic areas.
• On patients with hemorrhagic diatheses.
It is possible for ultrasound therapy to cause burns if the
therapy is not performed properly. Skin burns can result
from one or more of the following:
• If the intensity (power) is too high.
• If you are using too low a frequency.
• Using a stationary technique (holding the sound head
in one place).
• Moving the sound head too slowly.
• Treating an area with sensory nerve damage (or the
loss of normal skin sensations).
DANGER
Patients with an implanted neurostimulation device must not be treated with or be in close proximity to any shortwave diathermy,
microwave diathermy, therapeutic ultrasound diathermy or laser
diathermy anywhere on their body. Energy from diathermy (shortwave, microwave, ultrasound and laser) can be transferred through
the implanted neurostimulation system, can cause tissue damage and
can result in severe injury or death. Injury, damage or death can occur
during diathermy therapy even if the implanted neurostimulation system is turned "off."
• Desensitized areas can be overheated or burned
without the patient’s knowledge. Use extreme caution
with these patients (e.g., diabetes, neural damage,
etc.).
• Bony prominences are especially vulnerable: they
reflect sound waves and increase intensity to the
periosteum.
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maintain good contact with the skin, the therapeutic
effect of the sound waves will be reduced and the
sound head may overheat.
Preventing Overheating of the Sound Heads
To prevent the sound head from becoming overheated,
do the following:
Patient Susceptibility
• Check to be sure proper contact is being made
throughout the treatment.
Some patients are more sensitive to ultrasound output
and may experience a reaction similar to a heat rash. Be
sure to inspect the treatment area during and following
treatment, and discontinue if an adverse reaction does
occur.
• When treating in water, make sure that the sound
head is completely under water.
• For direct coupling, you may need to apply more
conductive gel or lotion during the treatment to
achieve better coupling.
Output Power
Choose a lower watt setting to reduce output or select
a pulsed duty cycle. Higher output levels have a greater
potential for patient discomfort.
• You can also reduce the power or duty cycle during
the treatment if you are treating an area where it is
difficult to obtain good coupling.
Coupling
Coupling is described as contact between the sound
head and the treatment site and may be accomplished
through the use of a coupling agent, such as gel, lotion
or water (underwater treatments only). Anything used
as a coupling agent must be highly conductive. Air is a
very poor conductor of ultrasonic waves.
Preventing Adverse Effects
Perform the following procedures to avoid the negative
effects of ultrasound therapy.
Sound Head Movement
If movement of the sound head is too slow, the patient
may feel periosteal pain characterized by a deep ache or
pain. If motion is too fast, or if the sound head does not
Head Max. Temp. Disclaimer
Head Max. Temp. is for the protection of the
equipment, not for the protection of the patient.
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NOMENCLATURE
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
Sound Head
Power On/Off
LCD
Intensity/Contrast
Dial
LED Indicator
(Output Power)
LCD
Clinical Resources
Duty Cycle/Pulse
Frequency
(Up Arrow)
Applicator
Time
Intensity
Head Warming
(Back)
Intensity Display
(Enter)
Frequency
(Down Arrow)
Stop
Start
Pause
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NOMENCLATURE
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
Sound Head
The aluminum face of the applicator that contacts the patient’s skin. It covers a transducer mechanism that converts
electrical energy to mechanical energy in the form of a vibrating crystal.
Power On/Off
The Power On/Off button controls the flow of electricity to the unit.
LCD
The LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) allows the user to view and monitor the information displayed during ultrasound
therapy. The following information is displayed on the LCD:
• Frequency
• Duty Cycle
• Power
• Treatment Time
• Clinical Indications
Clinical Resources
Select this button to access the following functions:
• Utilities
• Retrieve User Protocols
• Save User Protocols
Use the Up and Down arrow buttons to navigate through the available options.
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Time
Press the Up or Down arrow buttons to set total treatment time of therapy.
Head Warming
Select this button to warm the sound head prior to treatment. The sound head is warmed to slightly above
body temperature to increase patient comfort. A small icon of a thermometer will appear, and a fan will turn
on indicating that head warming is on.
NOTE: The Head Warming function is only possible prior to touching the Start button initiating a treatment,
and while the intensity is at 0. When the Start button is pressed, Head Warming is turned off.
Also note that when the Head Warming feature is used, a small amount of ultrasound energy is being
emitted.
Frequency
Select this button to change to a frequency of 1 MHz or 3.3 MHz. The Frequency of ultrasound determines
the depth of penetration. One megahertz penetrates approximately 3 to 5 centimeters, and 3.3 megahertz
penetrates less than, or equal to 2 centimeters. Both 1 and 3.3 MHz frequencies are available and can be
changed throughout the course of treatment by pressing the Frequency button.
Start
Select Start to begin a treatment session or to accept a protocol.
Pause
Use this button to pause the treatment session. When pressed, the
icon displays. To restart therapy,
press the PAUSE button.
Stop
Select this button to stop a treatment session.
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NOMENCLATURE
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Intensity Display
Select this button to change display from W/cm2 (Intensity) to Watts (Power).
Intensity
Use the Up or Down arrow to increase or decrease output power intensity.
Applicator
The hand held assembly used to deliver ultrasonic energy. The applicator includes the sound head,
transducer, and related electronics.
Duty Cycle
Select this button to change to a duty cycle of 10%, 20%, 50%, or Continuous.
Battery Indicator
When displayed on the LCD, this symbol indicates the battery pack option is present on the Intelect®
TranSport Ultrasound. This symbol also displays the charge status of the battery.
LCD Intensity/Contrast Dial
If the intensity of the LCD display diminishes, turn the dial until the display contrast is optimal.
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NOMENCLATURE
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Charge Indicator
This symbol displays when the unit is connected to mains power and the battery pack is charging.
NOTE: During battery operation, if the unit is left on, but not active, for more than five minutes, it will power
off to conserve battery power. To restore power, press the Power On/Off button.
Applicator Symbols
This symbol indicates that although the applicator is plugged in, no ultrasound energy (other than the
ultrasound energy required to warm the sound head) is being emitted from the applicator.
This symbol indicates that therapy has been started, but the sound head has become uncoupled with the
patient’s skin.
This symbol indicates that therapy is in progress, the sound head is adequately coupled with the patient’s
skin, output is being distributed to the patient, and the applicator is functioning normally.
This symbol indicates that the Pause button has been pressed, and no output is being emitted from the
applicator.
This symbol indicates that the applicator has been unplugged from the unit.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
UNIT SPECIFICATIONS
WEIGHT
Standard Weight (with applicator and base) ..... 5.07 lb
...................................................................(2.3 kg)
Battery Pack................................... 1.87 lb (0.85 kg)
POWER
Input ..........100 - 240 V - 1.0 A, 50/60 Hz 75 W Max
Fuses..................1.0A Time Lag (not user serviceable)
Electrical Class .............................................CLASS I
Electrical Type ...............................................TYPE B
Battery Type ....................Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH)
.................................................(1.2V x 20 size AA)
DIMENSIONS
Height (with base).............................6.4 in (16.3 cm)
Width (with applicator) ....................11.3 in (28.8 cm)
Width (without applicator)..................9.4 in (23.9 cm)
Depth (front to rear) ........................12.9 in (32.8 cm)
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SPECIFICATIONS
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
ULTRASOUND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Sound Heads....................1 cm2, 2 cm2, 5 cm2, 10 cm2
Maximum Treatment Time..........................30 Minutes
Duty Cycles
Output
Pulsed ........................................10%, 20%, and 50%
Pulsed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 MHz or 3.3 MHz signal,
modulated 100% by the
100 Hz rectangular wave
with the selected Duty Cycle.
Continuous .......................................................100%
Pulse Frequency............................................. 100 Hz
Continuous . . . . . . .1 MHz or 3.3 MHz, nominal signal
that is activated as long
as the timer is operating.
Pulse Duration .........1 msec, +/-20% (10% Duty Cycle
.............................................................Pulsed Mode)
..............................2 msec, +/-20% (20% Duty Cycle
.............................................................Pulsed Mode)
..............................5 msec, +/-20% (50% Duty Cycle
.............................................................Pulsed Mode)
Timer Accuracy .....................................+/-0.2 minute
Output accuracy .......+/- 20% above 10% of maximum
Amplitude.............0 to 2.5 W/cm2 in Continuous mode,
.........................................0-3 W/cm2 in pulsed modes
Temporal Peak to Average Ratios:
2:1, +/- 20%, for 50% Duty Cycle
5:1, +/- 20%, for 20% Duty Cycle
9:1, +/- 20%, for 10% Duty Cycle
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SPECIFICATIONS
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
ULTRASOUND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS (continued)
1 cm2 Sound Head
5 cm2 Sound Head
Frequency ...................................... 3.3 MHz (+/- 5%)
Frequency .......................1 MHz, 3.3 MHz (all +/- 5%)
Power..............................................0 watt to 2 watts
Power............................................0 watt to 10 watts
Effective Radiating Area .............0.8 cm2 +0.2/-0.4 cm2
Effective Radiating Area..................4.0 cm2 +/-1.0 cm2
Maximum beam non-uniformity ratio .....................5.0:1
Maximum beam non-uniformity ratio .....................5.0:1
Beam Type.................................................Collimating
Beam Type.................................................Collimating
2 cm2 Sound Head
10 cm2 Sound Head
Frequency .......................1 MHz, 3.3 MHz (all +/- 5%)
Frequency .......................1 MHz, 3.3 MHz (all +/- 5%)
Power..............................................0 watt to 4 watts
Power ................................1 MHz: 0 watt to 20 watts
......................................3.3 MHz: 0 watt to 10 watts
Effective Radiating Area .............1.8 cm +0.2/-0.4 cm
2
2
Maximum beam non-uniformity ratio .....................5.0:1
Beam Type.................................................Collimating
Effective Radiating Area..................8.5 cm2 +/-1.5 cm2
Maximum beam non-uniformity ratio .....................5.0:1
Beam Type.................................................Collimating
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SETUP
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
MOUNTING THE UNIT ON THE WALL
The Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound can be operated while the unit is resting on a flat surface, or mounted on a wall.
The hardware required to mount the unit is not included. To mount the unit on a wall, do the following:
1.
Remove the mounting bracket from the back of the unit.
2.
Using the bracket as a guide, mark the 4 wall holes with a pencil or pen.
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SETUP
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
MOUNTING THE UNIT ON THE WALL (continued)
3.
Using a 9/64 (3.6 mm or 0.357 cm) drill bit, drill four holes you marked in the
previous step.
4.
Press 4 appropriately sized drywall anchors into the wall so that the drywall
anchor is flush with the wall.
5.
Screw four #8 flathead wood screws (2.54 cm or 1 inch) into the wall
anchors. Make sure you leave 0.635 cm (1/4 of an inch) between the wall and
the head of the screw.
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SETUP
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
MOUNTING THE UNIT ON THE WALL (continued)
6.
Replace the mounting bracket on the back of the unit.
7.
Line up the screw heads with the holes on the mounting brackets, and slide the
unit down slightly until the screw heads are securely fastened to the mounting
bracket.
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SETUP
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
INSTALLING THE BATTERY PACK
The Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound accommodates both AC mains power and an optional battery pack. The pack
contains 20 Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) drycell batteries. The unit can operate with the rechargeable power supply
for approximately five hours of continuous use.
To install the battery pack in the Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound, do the following:
1.
Locate the battery access door at the bottom of the unit and loosen the screw
with a regular screwdriver.
2.
Remove the battery access door and retain this cover.
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SETUP
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
INSTALLING THE BATTERY PACK (continued)
3.
Connect the battery pack cable to the unit’s battery connector in the bottom of
the battery recess.
4.
Put the battery pack into the unit, making sure to orient it as shown.
5.
Replace the battery access door and re-tighten the screw using the
screwdriver.
6.
Reverse the steps in this section in order to remove the battery pack.
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SETUP
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
CHARGING & USING THE BATTERY PACK
CHARGING THE BATTERY PACK
The battery pack is automatically charged by the unit whenever there is mains power connected. Charging may be
interrupted during operation of the unit by the control circuitry to limit total power consumption. A fully charged
battery will provide 2-5 hours of treatment depending on the power, duty cycle, and frequency used.
NOTE: Even when the battery pack is connected, the unit will default to mains power.
USING THE BATTERY PACK
To save battery power, the Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound is equipped with a “power off” function. This function is
activated when the unit is powered on and has been left idle for approximately 5 minutes, at which time the unit
powers off. To restore power, press the Power On/Off button.
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OPERATION
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
CREATING A USER PROTOCOL
This is a library you create. You may store up to 10 protocols in the User Protocol Library. To create User Protocols,
do the following:
1.
Make the desired parameter changes.
2.
Press the Clinical Resources button.
The Clinical Resources menu displays.
3.
Press the FREQUENCY (down arrow) or DUTY CYCLE (up arrow) buttons to
highlight the Save Protocol option.
4.
Press the DISPLAY (enter) button to accept the Save Protocol selection.
The Save Protocol menu displays.
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OPERATION
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
CREATING A USER PROTOCOL (continued)
5.
Use the DUTY CYCLE (up arrow) and FREQUENCY (down arrow) buttons to
highlight any unused user protocol.
If you select Unit Default Protocol, this will become the protocol displayed
when the unit powers up.
6.
Press the DISPLAY (enter) button to accept the highlighted selection and save
your custom protocol.
The User Protocol Confirmation window displays to indicate that the protocol is
now saved as the number you specified.
7.
Press any button on the Operator Interface.
The Clinical Resources menu displays and your new user-defined protocol is
now saved.
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OPERATION
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
RESTORING FACTORY SETTINGS
Certain default utility settings on the unit may be changed to suit your requirements. These settings consist of the
unit’s language, coupling settings, and head warming activation. However, you may want to return the unit to its
original settings.
To restore the original power up default settings on the unit, do the following:
1.
Press the Clinical Resources button.
The Clinical Resources menu displays.
2.
Press the DUTY CYCLE (up arrow) or FREQUENCY (down arrow) buttons to
highlight the Restore Factory Settings option.
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OPERATION
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
RESTORING FACTORY SETTINGS (continued)
3.
Press the DISPLAY (enter) button to accept the highlighted selection.
The Restore Factory Settings Confirmation window displays.
4.
Press any button to confirm that you have restored the factory settings on your
unit.
The default power up settings are restored and you are returned to the Clinical
Resources menu.
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OPERATION
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
RESTORING FACTORY PROTOCOLS
If necessary, you can choose to restore the user-defined protocols to the unit’s original parameters when it was shipped to
you. To do this, do the following:
1.
Press the Clinical Resources button.
The Clinical Resources menu displays.
2.
Press the DUTY CYCLE (up arrow) or FREQUENCY (down arrow) buttons to
highlight the Restore Factory Protocols option.
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OPERATION
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
RESTORING FACTORY PROTOCOLS (continued)
3.
Press the DISPLAY (enter) button to accept the highlighted selection.
The Restore Factory Protocols Confirmation window displays.
4.
Press any button to confirm that you have restored the factory protocols on
your unit.
The user-defined protocols are erased and restored to the original parameters.
You are returned to the Clinical Resources menu.
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OPERATION
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
SELECTING A USER-DEFINED PROTOCOL
To select a predefined ultrasound therapy program, do the following:
1.
Press the Clinical Resources button.
The Clinical Resources menu displays.
2.
Use the DUTY CYCLE (up arrow) or FREQUENCY (down arrow) buttons to
highlight the Retrieve User Protocol option.
3.
Press the Display (Enter) button to accept the highlighted selection.
A list of user-defined protocols displays.
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OPERATION
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
SELECTING A USER-DEFINED PROTOCOL (continued)
4.
Use the FREQUENCY (down arrow) button to highlight the appropriate protocol.
As you highlight each protocol, a description of the protocol’s parameters
displays to the right.
5.
Press the Display (Enter) button to select the highlighted protocol.
The main screen displays with the parameters of the protocol you selected.
6.
Verify the parameters of this program, and use the appropriate buttons on the
Operator Interface to adjust any setting, if necessary. For example, to adjust
the time, press the up and down arrows on the TIME button.
7.
To begin therapy, perform all the procedures outlined in the section entitled
“Preparing the Patient’s Skin for Ultrasound Therapy” on page 35. Then
continue with step 6 of the section entitled “Starting, Stopping, and
Interrupting Therapy” on page 38.
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OPERATION
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
PREPARING THE PATIENT’S SKIN FOR ULTRASOUND THERAPY
Before applying the sound head to the patient, you must first prepare the patient’s skin for ultrasound therapy. By
properly preparing the patient’s skin for ultrasound therapy, you will allow more ultrasound energy to reach the targeted areas and reduce the risk of skin irritation.
To prepare the patient’s skin for ultrasound therapy, do the following:
1.
Thoroughly wash the skin on which you intend to place the sound
head with mild soap and water.
2.
Dry the skin thoroughly.
3.
Apply the ultrasound gel generously to the target area on the patient.
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OPERATION
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
STARTING, STOPPING, AND INTERRUPTING THERAPY
The Operator Interface consists of buttons with a liquid crystal display (LCD). The operator is able to view parameter
options on the display and make selections by pressing the buttons on the control panel. The LCD will provide continuous information during the treatments concerning power and elapsed time. Parameters are adjusted using control
panel buttons on the front of the unit. The ultrasound output can be stopped by pressing the “PAUSE” or “STOP”
buttons located on the control panel.
To apply ultrasound therapy, do the following:
1.
Turn system power “ON”by pressing the Power On/Off Button.
The unit will go through self diagnostics, and the home screen displays on the
LCD.
2.
Press the Frequency button to select 1 or 3.3 MHz. When the button is
pressed, the frequency will toggle from 1 to 3.3 MHz and back again as long
as the button is being pressed.
An audible tone will be heard when changes are made.
NOTE: With the 2 cm2, and 5 cm2 sound head, switching from 1 to 3.3 MHz
results in no change in power. When using a 10 cm2 head with greater
than 10 watts, changing from 1 to 3.3 MHz reduces power to 10
watts.
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OPERATION
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
STARTING, STOPPING, AND INTERRUPTING THERAPY (continued)
3.
Press the Duty Cycle (up arrow) button to select 10%, 20%, 50% or
Continuous duty cycle. When the button is pressed, an audible tone will be
heard as the duty cycle toggles through the options on the LCD.
4.
Press the Time button and raise or lower treatment time using the up and down
arrows.
5.
Press the Intensity button and raise or lower the unit’s output using the up and
down arrows.
NOTE: The green light on the back of the applicator illuminates when
ultrasound energy is being emitted through the sound head.
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OPERATION
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
STARTING, STOPPING, AND INTERRUPTING THERAPY (continued)
6.
Press the START button. The unit will beep 5 times and the ultrasound power
will distribute the selected output.
NOTE: When treatment time has expired a tone will sound three times.
7.
The therapy can be interrupted at any time by pressing the STOP or PAUSE
buttons. When the STOP button is pressed, the applicator stops emitting
ultrasound energy, and the unit returns to the default settings. To resume
therapy, press the Start button.
When the PAUSE button is pressed, the
icon displays, the timer pauses,
and the applicator stops emitting ultrasound energy. To resume therapy, press
the PAUSE button again.
8.
The parameters of the therapy can be changed at any time during the therapy
session by pressing the appropriate button.
9.
After therapy is complete, wipe excess ultrasound gel from the patient’s skin
and the sound head.
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OPERATION
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
SYSTEM UTILITIES
Audible Tones
Audible tones will be heard in the following conditions:
•
•
•
•
•
Any button is pressed.
The Maximum Temperature for the sound head is exceeded.
The rechargeable battery’s power is low (in which case the Low Battery icon will display).
Any error message is displayed.
The therapy time reaches 0:00.
Changing Protocol Parameters
You may change any user protocol parameter prior to or during therapy. To change Frequency or Duty Cycle, do the
following:
1.
Press either the FREQUENCY (up arrow) or DUTY CYCLE (down arrow) buttons
to browse through the provided options.
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OPERATION
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
SYSTEM UTILITIES (continued)
2.
To make INTENSITY and treatment TIME changes, touch the respective
buttons and use the up or down arrows to advance to the desired settings.
Changing Power-Up Presets
The following power up presets can be changed and stored as new presets:
•
•
•
•
Frequency
Duty Cycle
Treatment Time
Intensity
To change the power up presets, do the following:
1.
Make the desired changes.
2.
Press the Clinical Resources button.
The Clinical Resources menu displays.
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OPERATION
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
SYSTEM UTILITIES (continued)
3.
Press the DUTY CYCLE (up arrow) and FREQUENCY (down arrow) buttons to
highlight Save Protocol, and press the DISPLAY (enter) button to accept the
highlighted selection.
The Save Protocol window displays.
4.
Press the DUTY CYCLE (up arrow) or FREQUENCY (down arrow) buttons to
highlight Unit Default Protocol.
5.
Press the DISPLAY (enter) button to accept the highlighted selection.
The User Default Protocol confirmation window displays.
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OPERATION
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
SYSTEM UTILITIES (continued)
6.
Press any key to confirm the settings.
You are returned to the Clinical Resources menu.
Brightening or Dimming the LCD
To brighten or dim the LCD, turn the contrast control dial until the display contrast is
optimal.
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OPERATION
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
SYSTEM UTILITIES (continued)
Changing Languages
You may change the language displayed by the Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound to either English or Spanish.
To change the language displayed on the LCD, do the following:
1.
Press the Clinical Resources button.
The Clinical Resources menu displays.
2.
Use the FREQUENCY (down arrow) and DUTY CYCLE (up arrow) buttons to
highlight the Language option.
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OPERATION
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
SYSTEM UTILITIES (continued)
3.
Press the DISPLAY (enter) button to accept the highlighted selection.
4.
Press the FREQUENCY (down arrow) and DUTY CYCLE (up arrow) buttons to
highlight the appropriate language.
5.
Press the DISPLAY (enter) button to accept the highlighted selection.
Your unit now displays the language you selected.
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OPERATION
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
SYSTEM UTILITIES (continued)
Using the Sound Head Warming Feature
To use the Head Warming feature on the unit, do the following:
1.
Press the Head Warming button.
The sound head will warm to slightly above body temperature. A small icon of
a thermometer will appear on the LCD.
2.
Press the Head Warming button again to disable the feature.
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OPERATION
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
SYSTEM UTILITIES (continued)
Viewing Unit Version Information
Use this utility to verify that the unit is using the latest software available. To do this, do the following:
1.
Press the Clinical Resources button.
The Clinical Resources menu displays.
2.
Use the FREQUENCY (down arrow) and DUTY CYCLE (up arrow) buttons to
highlight the View User Info option.
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OPERATION
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
SYSTEM UTILITIES (continued)
3.
Press the DISPLAY (enter) button to accept the highlighted selection.
The Unit Version Information window displays.
4.
Press any key to return to the Clinical Resources menu.
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ACCESSORIES
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
Standard Accessories
Optional Accessories
5 cm2 Applicator-27383
1 cm2 Applicator (Blue)-27381
Ultrasound Transmission Gel 9 oz bottle-4248
2 cm2 Applicator (Blue)-27382
Power Supply Cord (US)-27325
10 cm2 Applicator (Blue)-27384
Battery Pack-27478
Intelect TranSport Carrying Bag-27467
Ultrasound Transmission Gel 5 liters-4238
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
ERROR MESSAGES
Troubleshooting the Display
If you press the Power On/Off button, and the LCD remains blank longer than a few
seconds, the contrast may require adjusting. To adjust it, turn the contrast control dial
clockwise until the display contrast is optimal.
Troubleshooting Error Messages
The following messages are displayed in the “Status Area” of the LCD under the following conditions:
Message
Displayed When
Head Over Temp.
sound head reaches a temperature which could damage the crystal
No Head Detected
sound head not plugged in or faulty sound head
NOTE:
Any error encountered by the unit will stop therapy immediately.
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MAINTENANCE
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
Maintaining the Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
The following items should be checked at least monthly to ensure proper operation of this unit:
• Power cord and plug: Check to make sure the cord is not frayed, kinked, and does not have torn or cut
insulation.
• Applicator cable: Check to make sure the cable is flexible, free of kinks, not frayed, and the insulation is intact.
• Sound head face: Check to see that there is no build-up of gel or foreign material on the aluminum face.
Cleaning
To clean the accessories, use only soap and water. Alcohol may be used to disinfect the aluminum surface, but avoid
the plastic area.
The Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound case may be cleaned by wiping with a damp cloth or mild cleaning solution. Avoid
abrasive cleansers.
NOTE: The sound head must be cleaned with alcohol between each therapy session.
Service
The Intelect TranSport Ultrasound must be recalibrated annually. It is recommended that all Chattanooga Group ultrasound products be returned to the factory or an authorized servicing dealer for repairs or recalibration. Recalibration is
also recommended after the replacement or repair of any major component. Should the Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
unit require service, contact the selling dealer or Chattanooga Group Service Department.
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MAINTENANCE
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
All units returned to the factory for service must include the following:
WARRANTY REPAIR/OUT OF WARRANTY REPAIR
1. Written statement containing the following information:
• RA Number- Obtain from Factory
• Unit Model Number
• Unit Serial Number
• Contact person with Phone and Fax Numbers
• Billing Address (for Out of Warranty Repair)
• Shipping Address (Where to Ship Unit after Repair)
• Detailed Description of Problem or Symptoms
2. Copy of original invoice issued at purchase of the unit.
3. Ship unit to Factory in the original container with all
accessories and information as required in item one above to:
Chattanooga Group
4717 Adams Road
Hixson, TN 37343 USA
Telephone: +1 423 870-2281
FAX: +1 423 875-5497
Web Address: www.chattgroup.com
Service to these units should be performed only by Service Technicians certified by Chattanooga Group. Ultrasound requires
annual calibration, from the date placed in service, by a Service Technician certified by Chattanooga Group.
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WARRANTY
Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound
Chattanooga Group ("Company") warrants that the Intelect® TranSport Ultrasound ("Product") is free of defects in material and workmanship. This
warranty shall remain in effect for two years (24 months) from the date of original consumer purchase. If this Product fails to function during the
two years warranty period due to a defect in material or workmanship, Company or the selling dealer will repair or replace this Product without
charge within a period of thirty (30) days from the date on which the Product is returned to the Company or the dealer.
All repairs to the Product must be performed by a service center certified by the Company. Any modifications or repairs performed by unauthorized
centers or groups will void this warranty.
The warranty period for applicators is one year (12 months).
This Warranty Does Not Cover:
Replacement parts or labor furnished by anyone other than the Company, the selling dealer or a certified Company service technician.
Defects or damage caused by labor furnished by someone other than Company, the selling dealer or a certified Company service technician.
Any malfunction or failure in the Product caused by product misuse, including, but not limited to, the failure to provide reasonable and necessary
maintenance or any use that is inconsistent with the Product User's Manual.
COMPANY SHALL NOT BE LIABLE IN ANY EVENT FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to
you.
To Obtain Service From Company or the selling dealer under this warranty:
1. A written claim must be made within the warranty period to the Company or the selling dealer. Written claims made to the Company should be
sent to:
4717 Adams Road
Hixson, TN 37343 USA
Telephone: +1 423 870-2281
FAX: +1 423 875-5497
and
2. The Product must be returned to the Company or the selling dealer by the owner.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state or location to location.
The Company does not authorize any person or representative to create for it any other obligation or liability in connection with the sale of the
Product. Any representation or agreement not contained in the warranty shall be void and of no effect.
THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
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