- KaVo. Dental Excellence.

- KaVo. Dental Excellence.
Instructions for use
ESTETICA E30
Manufacturer:
Kaltenbach & Voigt GmbH
Bismarckring 39
D-88400 Biberach
www.kavo.com
Distributed by:
KaVo Dental GmbH
Bismarckring 39
D-88400 Biberach
Phone +49 (0) 7351 56-0
Fax +49 (0) 7351 56-1488
Instructions for use ESTETICA E30
Table of contents
Table of contents
1 User instructions............................................................................................................................................... 6
1.1 User guide................................................................................................................................................
1.1.1 Abbreviations...............................................................................................................................
1.1.2 Symbols.......................................................................................................................................
1.1.3 Target group................................................................................................................................
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1.2 Service...................................................................................................................................................... 7
1.3 Terms and conditions of warranty............................................................................................................. 7
1.4 Transportation and storage....................................................................................................................... 7
1.4.1 Currently valid packaging regulations......................................................................................... 7
1.4.2 Damage in transit........................................................................................................................ 7
1.4.3 Information on the packaging: Storage and transportation......................................................... 9
2 Safety............................................................................................................................................................. 10
2.1 Description of safety instructions............................................................................................................
2.1.1 Warning symbol.........................................................................................................................
2.1.2 Structure....................................................................................................................................
2.1.3 Description of hazard levels......................................................................................................
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2.2 Purpose – Proper use............................................................................................................................. 10
2.2.1 General...................................................................................................................................... 10
2.2.2 Product-specific......................................................................................................................... 13
2.3 Safety instructions.................................................................................................................................. 14
2.3.1 General information................................................................................................................... 14
2.3.2 Product-specific......................................................................................................................... 15
3 Product description......................................................................................................................................... 18
3.1 Treatment unit versions.......................................................................................................................... 18
3.1.1 KaVo ESTETICA E30 S............................................................................................................ 18
3.1.2 KaVo ESTETICA E30 TM.......................................................................................................... 18
3.2 Patient chair............................................................................................................................................ 19
3.3 Unit with patient element........................................................................................................................ 20
3.4 Dentist unit versions............................................................................................................................... 21
3.4.1 TM table..................................................................................................................................... 21
3.4.2 S table....................................................................................................................................... 21
3.5 Assistant unit.......................................................................................................................................... 23
3.6 Triple-function handpieces...................................................................................................................... 24
3.7 Controls.................................................................................................................................................. 25
3.7.1 Dentist's unit TM table............................................................................................................... 25
3.7.2 Dentist's unit S table.................................................................................................................. 25
3.7.3 Assistant unit............................................................................................................................. 26
3.7.4 Groups of keys.......................................................................................................................... 26
3.7.5 Foot control................................................................................................................................ 28
3.8 Rating plate and serial number plates.................................................................................................... 29
3.9 Technical data........................................................................................................................................ 34
4 Operation........................................................................................................................................................ 39
4.1 Switching the device on and off.............................................................................................................. 39
4.2 Converting from right handed to left handed.......................................................................................... 39
4.3 Adjusting the dental chair....................................................................................................................... 43
4.3.1 Adjusting the armrest (optional)................................................................................................. 43
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4.3.2
4.3.3
4.3.4
4.3.5
Adjust head rest......................................................................................................................... 44
Positioning the dental chair manually........................................................................................ 45
Automatic positioning of dental chair......................................................................................... 47
Safety shut-off........................................................................................................................... 50
4.4 Moving the patient chair.......................................................................................................................... 53
4.5 Moving the dentist unit............................................................................................................................ 53
4.5.1 Moving the dentist unit TM........................................................................................................ 54
4.5.2 Moving the dentist unit S........................................................................................................... 55
4.6 Moving the patient unit............................................................................................................................ 55
4.6.1 Moving the patient element (optional)....................................................................................... 56
4.7 Attaching the tray holder (optional)......................................................................................................... 57
4.8 Using functions through the menu..........................................................................................................
4.8.1 General menu navigation..........................................................................................................
4.8.2 Using the user menu.................................................................................................................
4.8.3 Standby menu...........................................................................................................................
4.8.4 Selecting the dentist..................................................................................................................
4.8.5 Instruments menu......................................................................................................................
4.8.6 ENDO menu (optional)..............................................................................................................
4.8.7 Using the CONEXIOcom (optional)...........................................................................................
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4.9 Using function through the dentist or assistant unit................................................................................
4.9.1 Using the hygiene functions......................................................................................................
4.9.2 Using the illumination functions for KaVoLUX 540 LED T.........................................................
4.9.3 Using the illumination functions for EDI and MAIA....................................................................
4.9.4 Using the X-ray viewer..............................................................................................................
4.9.5 Using the bell.............................................................................................................................
4.9.6 Using the timer..........................................................................................................................
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4.10 Operating the foot switch........................................................................................................................ 83
4.10.1 General functions...................................................................................................................... 83
4.10.2 Positioning the patient chair with the foot control...................................................................... 83
4.10.3 Preselect dentist........................................................................................................................ 83
4.10.4 Start and regulate instruments.................................................................................................. 83
4.10.5 Setting the cooling condition..................................................................................................... 84
4.10.6 Activating blown air (optional).................................................................................................... 84
4.10.7 Preselect counterclockwise motor rotation................................................................................ 84
4.10.8 Adjusting the instrument light.................................................................................................... 84
4.10.9 Using CONEXIOcom (fee-based additional option).................................................................. 85
4.11 Using instruments...................................................................................................................................
4.11.1 Setting spray air and spray water..............................................................................................
4.11.2 Using suction hoses..................................................................................................................
4.11.3 Using triple-function handpieces...............................................................................................
4.11.4 Using the PIEZOsoft/PiezoLED.................................................................................................
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4.12 Using the KL 703 LED in ENDO mode (optional accessory).................................................................. 91
4.12.1 General information................................................................................................................... 91
4.12.2 Open ENDO mode.................................................................................................................... 92
4.12.3 Set torque mode........................................................................................................................ 93
4.12.4 Changing settings in the menu.................................................................................................. 94
4.12.5 Leaving ENDO Mode................................................................................................................. 94
4.13 Use USB interface.................................................................................................................................. 95
4.14 Using the camera.................................................................................................................................... 95
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4.15 Using the screen..................................................................................................................................... 95
5 Preparation methods DIN EN ISO 17664....................................................................................................... 96
6 Accessories and kits....................................................................................................................................... 97
6.1 Device..................................................................................................................................................... 97
6.2 Dental chair............................................................................................................................................. 97
6.3 Assistant unit.......................................................................................................................................... 97
6.4 Dentist element....................................................................................................................................... 97
7 Safety checks - testing instructions................................................................................................................ 99
7.1 Introduction............................................................................................................................................. 99
7.1.1 General instructions................................................................................................................... 99
7.1.2 Notes for medical electrical systems....................................................................................... 100
7.1.3 Essential parts of the safety check.......................................................................................... 101
7.1.4 Testing intervals...................................................................................................................... 102
7.1.5 Notes on the test method in accordance with IEC 62353....................................................... 102
7.1.6 Notes on repeat testing........................................................................................................... 102
7.2 Instructions for safety checks...............................................................................................................
7.2.1 Preparatory measures to be undertaken on the device..........................................................
7.2.2 Visual inspection (inspection by examination).........................................................................
7.2.3 Measurements.........................................................................................................................
7.2.4 Functional test.........................................................................................................................
7.2.5 Assessment and documentation ............................................................................................
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8 Appendix - Additional measuring sites......................................................................................................... 119
8.1 Additional scanning sites SL X in the protective conductor measurement........................................... 119
8.2 Additional measuring sites AP X for EUL/EPL measurement............................................................... 121
9 Troubleshooting............................................................................................................................................ 122
10 Information about electromagnetic compatibility in accordance with EN60601-1-2..................................... 125
10.1 Electromagnetic Transmissions............................................................................................................ 125
10.2 Resistance to electromagnetic interference.......................................................................................... 125
10.3 Recommended safe distance between portable and mobile HF telecommunications equipment and the
treatment unit........................................................................................................................................ 126
10.4 Immunity to electromagnetic interference............................................................................................. 127
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1 User instructions | 1.1 User guide
1 User instructions
1.1 User guide
Requirement
Read these instructions prior to first use to avoid misuse and prevent damage.
1.1.1 Abbreviations
Abbre‐ Explanation
viation
IfU
Instructions for use
CI
Care instructions
AI
Assembly instructions
TI
Technician's instructions
SC
Safety checks
IEC
International Electrotechnical Commission
RI
Repair instructions
RK
Retrofitting kit
AS
Assembly set
EP
Enclosed parts
EMC
Electromagnetic compatibility
PI
Processing instructions
1.1.2 Symbols
See the Safety/Warning Symbols section
Important information for users and technicians
CE mark according to EC Directive 93/42 for medical devices
Action required
1.1.3 Target group
This document is for dentists and dental office staff.
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1 User instructions | 1.2 Service
1.2 Service
KaVo Customer Service:
+49 (0) 7351 56-1000
Service.Einrichtungen@kavo.com
Please refer to the serial number of the product in all inquiries!
For further information, please visit: www.kavo.com
1.3 Terms and conditions of warranty
KaVo provides the final customer with a warranty that the product cited in the hand‐
over certificate will function properly and guarantees zero defects in the material or
processing for a period of 12 months from data of purchase, subject to the following
conditions:
Upon justified complaints of flaws or a short delivery, KaVo will make good its warran‐
ty by replacing the product free of cost or repairing it according to the customer's wish‐
es. Other claims of any nature whatsoever, in particular with respect to compensation,
are excluded. In the event of default and gross negligence or intent, this shall only ap‐
ply in the absence of mandatory legal regulations to the contrary.
KaVo cannot be held liable for defects and their consequences due to natural wear,
improper cleaning or servicing, non-compliance with operating, servicing or connection
instructions, calcification or corrosion, contaminated air or water supplies or chemical
or electrical factors deemed abnormal or impermissible in accordance with factory
specifications.
The warranty does not usually cover bulbs, glassware, rubber parts and the colour‐
fastness of plastics.
Defects or their consequences that can be attributed to interventions on or changes
made to the product by the customer or a third party are excluded from the warranty.
Claims from this warranty can only be asserted when the transfer form (copy) belong‐
ing to the product has been sent to KaVo, and the original can be presented by the
operator or user.
1.4 Transportation and storage
1.4.1 Currently valid packaging regulations
Note
Only valid for the Federal Republic of Germany.
Dispose of and recycle the sales packaging appropriately in accordance with current
packaging regulations, employing waste management or recycling companies. Com‐
ply with the comprehensive return system. KaVo has had its sales packaging licensed
for this purpose. Please comply with the regional public waste-disposal system.
1.4.2 Damage in transit
In Germany
If the packaging is visibly damaged on delivery, please proceed as follows:
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1 User instructions | 1.4 Transportation and storage
1. The recipient of the package must record the loss or damage on the delivery re‐
ceipt. The recipient and the representative of the shipping company must sign this
delivery receipt.
2. Leave the product and packaging in the condition in which you received it.
3. Do not use the product.
4. Report the damage to the shipping company.
5. Report the damage to KaVo.
6. Consult with KaVo first, before returning a damaged product.
7. Send the signed delivery receipt to KaVo.
If the product is damaged but there was no discernable damage to the packaging on
delivery, proceed as follows:
1. Report the damage to the shipping company immediately and no later than 7 days
after delivery.
2. Report the damage to KaVo.
3. Leave the product and packaging in the condition in which you received it.
4. Do not use a damaged product.
Note
Failure on the part of the recipient to comply with any of the above-mentioned obli‐
gations will mean that the damage will be considered to have arisen following deliv‐
ery (in accordance with the General German Freight Forwarders´ Terms and Condi‐
tions, Art. 28).
Outside Germany
Note
KaVo shall not be held liable for damage arising from transportation.
The shipment must be checked on arrival.
If the packaging is visibly damaged on delivery, please proceed as follows:
1. The recipient of the package must record the loss or damage on the delivery re‐
ceipt. The recipient and the representative of the shipping company must sign this
delivery receipt.
Without this evidence, the recipient will not be able to assert a claim for damages
against the shipping company.
2. Leave the product and packaging in the condition in which you received it.
3. Do not use the product.
If the product is damaged but there was no discernable damage to the packaging on
delivery, proceed as follows:
1. Report any damage to the shipping company either immediately or no later than 7
days after delivery.
2. Leave the product and packaging in the condition in which you received it.
3. Do not use a damaged product.
Note
If the recipient fails to comply with any of the above-mentioned obligations, the
damage will be considered to have arisen following delivery
(in accordance with CMR law, Chapter 5, Art. 30).
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1 User instructions | 1.4 Transportation and storage
1.4.3 Information on the packaging: Storage and transportation
Note
Please keep the packaging in case you need to return the product for servicing or
repair.
The symbols printed on the outside are for transportation and storage, and have the
following meaning:
Transport upright with the arrows pointing upwards!
Fragile - protect against impact!
Protect from moisture!
Permissible stacking load
Temperature range
Humidity
Air pressure
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2 Safety | 2.1 Description of safety instructions
2 Safety
2.1 Description of safety instructions
2.1.1 Warning symbol
Warning symbol
2.1.2 Structure
DANGER
The introduction describes the type and source of the hazard.
This section describes potential consequences of non-compliance.
▶ The optional step includes necessary measures for hazard prevention.
2.1.3 Description of hazard levels
The safety instructions listed here, together with the three levels of danger will help
avert property damage and injury.
CAUTION
CAUTION
indicates a hazardous situation that can cause damage to property or mild to moder‐
ate injuries.
WARNING
WARNING
indicates a hazardous situation that can lead to serious or fatal injury.
DANGER
DANGER
indicates a maximal hazard due to a situation that can directly cause death or fatal
injury.
2.2 Purpose – Proper use
2.2.1 General
The user must ensure that the unit works properly and is in satisfactory condition be‐
fore each use.
The KaVoESTETICA E30 equipment system is a dental treatment unit in accordance
with ISO 7494 with a dental chair in accordance with ISO 6875. This KaVo product is
designed for use in dentistry only and may only be used by trained medical personnel.
Any other type of use is not permitted.
"Proper use" includes following all the instructions for use and ensuring that all inspec‐
tions and service tasks are performed.
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2 Safety | 2.2 Purpose – Proper use
The overarching guidelines and/or national laws, national regulations and the rules of
technology applicable to medical devices for start-up and use of the KaVo product for
the intended purpose must be applied and followed.
KaVo accepts liability for the safety, reliability, and performance of components sup‐
plied by KaVo, provided:
▪ installation, instructions, expansions, adjustments, changes or repairs were carried
out by technicians trained by KaVo or third parties authorised by KaVo, or by the
personnel of authorised distributors.
▪ the unit was operated in accordance with the instructions for use, care and instal‐
lation.
▪ the IT components supplied by the operator meet the technical requirements in
these instruction for use for hardware and software, and they are installed and set
up according to the descriptions of these components.
▪ in the case of repairs, the requirements of IEC 62353 (DIN VDE 0751-1) "Repeat
tests and tests before start-up of electrical items of medical equipment and sys‐
tems - general regulations" are met in full.
It is a responsibility of the user:
▪ only use equipment that is operating correctly,
▪ protect him or herself, the patient and third parties from danger, and
▪ avoid contamination from the product..
The applicable national legal regulations must be observed during the use of the de‐
vice, in particular the following:
▪ Applicable regulations governing the connection and start-up of medical devices.
▪ Current occupational safety regulations.
▪ Current accident prevention regulations.
Regular performance of maintenance and safety checks is essential for the permanent
assurance of the operating and functional safety of the KaVo product and for the pre‐
vention of damage and hazards.
Testing and maintenance intervals: Maintenance must be performed once a year, the
safety check (STK) at intervals of 2 years. Shorter intervals for the safety check may
be specified by the tester if necessary.
The following persons are authorised to repair and service the KaVo product:
▪ Technicians of KaVo branch offices after appropriate product training.
▪ Specifically KaVo-trained technicians of KaVo franchised dealers.
In Germany, operators, equipment managers and users are obliged to operate their
equipment in accordance with the MPG regulations.
The services encompass all the test tasks required in accordance with § 6 of the medi‐
cal devices operator ordinance (Medizinprodukte-Betreiberverordnung, MPBetreibV).
Note
The product must be cleaned and serviced according to instructions if it is not to be
used for an extended period of time.
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2 Safety | 2.2 Purpose – Proper use
Note
The MULTIflex couplings, the current K/KL motors, and the ultrasonic scaler hoses
of KaVo are equipped as standard with a protective device to prevent treatment wa‐
ter from being drawn back into the treatment centre via the handpieces. If products
from other manufacturers are used at the standardised interfaces, it must be ensur‐
ed that they are equipped with an appropriate protective device! If this is not the
case, they may not be used!
Information about electromagnetic compatibility
Note
Based on IEC 60601-1-2 (DIN EN 60601-1-2) concerning the electromagnetic com‐
patibility of electrical medical devices, we must draw your attention to the following
points:
• Medical electrical devices are subject to special precautions concerning the elec‐
tromagnetic compatibility and must be installed and operated in accordance with the
KaVo assembly instructions.
• High-frequency communications devices may interfere with electrical medical de‐
vices.
See also:
2 Information about electromagnetic compatibility in accordance with EN60601-1-2,
Page 0
Note
KaVo cannot guarantee the compliance of accessories, cables, and other compo‐
nents not supplied by KaVo with the EMC requirements of IEC 60601-1-2 (DIN EN
60601-1-2).
Disposal
Note
Any waste which is generated must be recycled or disposed of in strict compliance
with all applicable national regulations in a manner which is safe both for people
and the environment.
If you have any questions regarding proper disposal of the KaVo product, please
contact the KaVo branch.
Disposal of electronic and electrical devices
Note
According to EC directive 2002/96 concerning used electrical and electronic devi‐
ces, this product is subject to the cited directive and must be disposed of according‐
ly within Europe.
For more information, please visit www.kavo.com or contact your specialised dental
supplier.
For final disposal, please contact:
In Germany
To return an electrical device, you need to proceed as follows:
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2 Safety | 2.2 Purpose – Proper use
1. On the homepage www.enretec.de of enretec GmbH, you can download a form for
a disposal order under the menu item eom. Download the disposal order or com‐
plete it as an online order.
2. Enter the corresponding information to complete the order, and submit it as an on‐
line order or by fax +49 (0) 3304 3919-590 to enretec GmbH.
The following contact options are also available for questions and for initiating a
disposal order:
Phone: +49 (0) 3304 3919-500
Email: eom@enretec.de and
Postal address: enretec GmbH, Geschäftsbereich eomRECYCLING®
Kanalstraße 17
D-16727 Velten
3. A unit that is not permanently installed will be picked up at the office.
A permanently installed unit will be picked up at the curb at your address on the
agreed date.
The owner or user of the device will have to bear the cost of disassembly, trans‐
portation and packaging.
International
For country-specific information on disposal, contact your dental supplier.
2.2.2 Product-specific
Designated use and target group
KaVoESTETICA E30 is designed for dental treatment of children and adults.
The KaVoESTETICA E30 equipment system is a dental treatment unit in accordance
with ISO 7494 with a dental chair in accordance with ISO 6875. The triple-function
handpiece is a dental instrument in accordance with EN 1639. It aids the dental appli‐
cation in the mouth of the patient by supplying air, water or spray. This KaVo product
is designed for use in dentistry only and may only be used by trained medical person‐
nel.
Connecting devices
KaVo-approved accessories for patient communication. These accessories must be
used exclusively.
Accessories
Use
Name
Material code
Monitors
Monitor 19“
KaVo Screen HD
1.011.0302
Monitor 22“
KaVo Screen One
1.011.0300
Intraoral camera
ERGOcam One 130 1.011.2130
ERGOcam One 160 1.011.2129
Caries diagnostic
device
DIAGNOcam 2170
U
Cameras
1.011.0400
Cables between unit USB extension cord USB extension cord 1.004.6953
and PC
- 5 meters
5m with 1:1 hub
USB extension cord USB extension cord 1.011.3745
- 10 meters
2x5m with 1:1 hub
Display port cable 5 metres
LTG Display port 5m 1.011.3583
Standard
Display port cable 10 metres
LTG Display port
10m Standard
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2 Safety | 2.3 Safety instructions
Note
The USB interfaces of the system may only be connected to IT devices approved
by KaVo.
Note
When connecting IT equipment to the the medial electrical system, observe EN
60601-1.
2.3 Safety instructions
2.3.1 General information
Note
The safety and reliability of the system can only be ensured when the described
procedure is followed.
DANGER
Explosion hazard.
Risk of fatal injury.
▶ Do not use KaVo product in areas subject an explosion hazard.
WARNING
Inappropriate operating conditions.
Impairment of the electrical safety of the device.
▶ It is essential to comply with the operating conditions specified in the "Technical
Specifications" chapter.
WARNING
Use of un-authorised accessories or un-authorised modifications of the product.
Accessories that have not been approved and/or inadmissible modifications of the
product could lead to hazards and/or personal injury or material damage.
▶ Only use accessories that have been approved for the combination with the prod‐
uct by the manufacturer or are equipped with standardised interfaces (e. g. MUL‐
TIflex couplings, INTRAmatic).
▶ Do not make any modifications to the device unless these have been approved by
the manufacturer of the product.
WARNING
Injury or damage from damaged functional parts.
Damage to functional parts can cause further damage or personal injury.
▶ Check the device, electrical cables and any accessories for possible damage to
the insulation and replace if necessary.
▶ If functional parts are damaged: discontinue your work and repair the damage or
notify a service technician!
CAUTION
Risks from electromagnetic fields.
Electromagnetic fields might interfere with the functions of implanted systems (such
as pacemakers).
▶ Ask patients if they have a cardiac pacemaker or other system implanted before
you start the treatment!
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2 Safety | 2.3 Safety instructions
CAUTION
Malfunctions due to electromagnetic fields.
The product meets the applicable requirements regarding electromagnetic fields. Giv‐
en the complex interactions between equipment and cell phones, the product may be
influenced by a cell phone that is in use.
▶ Do not use cell phones in medical offices, hospitals or laboratories!
▶ Put electronic devices such as e.g. computer storage media, hearing aids etc.
down during operation!
CAUTION
Damage by liquids.
Faults on electric components.
▶ Protect openings of the product from any ingress of liquids.
▶ Have a service technician remove liquids from the interior of the device.
CAUTION
Health hazard and property damage due to non-compliance with servicing schedule.
Infection hazard to users and patients.
Product damage.
▶ Comply with servicing schedule.
CAUTION
Premature wear and malfunctions from improper servicing and care.
Reduced product life.
▶ Perform regular proper care and maintenance!
2.3.2 Product-specific
WARNING
Injury or infection hazard from laid down instruments.
Given the arrangement of the instruments, injury or infections in the hand and under‐
arm can arise when reaching for the tray holder or operating device. Increased risk of
infection from diseased patients.
▶ Be aware of the arrangement of the instruments when accessing the tray holder
or operating device.
WARNING
Health impairment due to reverse suction via the instruments.
Infection hazard.
Products from other manufacturers, which are not equipped with a protective device
to prevent the drawing of treatment water into the treatment unit via the instruments,
may be used at standard interfaces
▶ If you are using products from other manufacturers at the standardised interfaces,
ensure that the products are equipped with the corresponding protective devices.
▶ Do not use products without a protective device.
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2 Safety | 2.3 Safety instructions
CAUTION
Sitting down on a dental chair that is in horizontal orientation is associated with a risk
of injury.
▶ Do not sit on the head or foot end of the patient chair when it is in a horizontal
position.
CAUTION
The swinging arm may fall and cause injury.
If the swinging arm is overloaded, it can become damaged and injure the patient or
user.
▶ Never load the swinging arm, spring arm or dentist's unit by using it as a support.
CAUTION
Risk of injury by suspended instruments (S table).
Patients may get injured by sharp instrument tips.
▶ When you move the dentist's unit, make sure that nobody is injured.
▶ Alert patients and care providers to the risk of injury.
CAUTION
Risk of injury during cleaning of the treatment unit.
Lack of instructions to the cleaning staff and lack of preparation of the treatment unit
can lead to the cleaning personnel sustaining injuries.
▶ Only trained professionals and instructed cleaning personnel may be present in
the treatment rooms.
▶ Position the chair for cleaning and turn the device off.
CAUTION
Electrical power.
Electrical shock.
▶ Set up the external PC outside of the patient environment keeping a minimal dis‐
tance of 1.5 m.
▶ Connect the PC and equipment connected to the PC in accordance with IEC
60601-1 / 60950.
CAUTION
Electrical power.
Electrical shock from incorrectly connecting a non-medical system to the USB interfa‐
ces of the device.
▶ Connect any IT device to the medical system in accordance with IEC 60601-1.
▶ Use USB devices with no additional power supply (USB-powered) only.
▶ Applied parts connected to the USB interface of the dentist element must comply
with the requisite insulation.
▶ USB-powered devices failing to meet the requisite insulation for applied parts
must be placed appropriately such that direct contact of the USB device and the
patient is excluded.
▶ It is not permissible to touch USB-powered devices failing to meet the requisite
insulation for applied parts and the patient at the same time.
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2 Safety | 2.3 Safety instructions
CAUTION
Health damage due to germ formation.
Infection hazard.
▶ Before start-up and after the device has not been used for a while (weekends,
holidays, vacations, etc.), rinse or purge with air the air and water lines.
▶ Actuate the tumbler filler several times.
▶ Carry out a manual intensive germ reduction.
CAUTION
Long stay in the patient chair.
Decubitus formation.
▶ Take precautions against the formation of decubitus in long treatments.
CAUTION
Risk of injury when the dental chair or headrest is moved.
Hair of the patient or practice personnel may get caught when the headrest of the
dental chair is moved.
▶ Mind the hair of the patient or practice personnel when moving the dental chair or
the headrest.
CAUTION
Damage to the handpiece hoses from stickers.
Handpiece hoses can burst.
▶ Do not affix stickers or adhesive tape.
CAUTION
Risk of injury when the dentist or assistant element is moved.
The patient or office staff may be injured or bruised.
▶ Monitor the patient and office staff when moving the dentist or assistant element.
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3 Product description | 3.1 Treatment unit versions
3 Product description
3.1 Treatment unit versions
3.1.1 KaVo ESTETICA E30 S
ESTETICA E30 S
3.1.2 KaVo ESTETICA E30 TM
ESTETICA E30 TM
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3 Product description | 3.2 Patient chair
3.2 Patient chair
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① Headrest
② Backrest
③ Kickplate (base plate)
④ Seat
⑤ Armrest (optional)
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3 Product description | 3.3 Unit with patient element
3.3 Unit with patient element
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① Patient element
② Spittoon bowl
③ Tumbler filler
④ Unit body
⑤ Pressurised water bottle
⑥ Supply element
Customer-provided connection of cen‐
tral control, electrical power, water,
compressed air, wastewater, and suc‐
tion air
⑦ Intensive germ reduction bottle
⑧ Foot control
Note
The tumbler filler ③ of the pivotable spittoon bowl (optional) can be taken off.
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3.4 Dentist unit versions
3.4.1 TM table
Note
The holder assignment and arrangement of the instruments can be changed as
needed and does not have to follow the picture.
① Handle
② Triple function handpiece
③ Turbine (multiflex coupling)
④ INTRA LUX Motor KL 701 / KL 703
⑤ Scaler PIEZOsoft/PiezoLED
⑥ Tray holder
⑦ Knob for locking brake of spring arm
⑧ Small X-ray image viewer
⑨ Control element
3.4.2 S table
Note
The holder assignment and arrangement of the instruments can be changed as
needed and does not have to follow the picture.
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1
1
6
2
3
3
4
4
4
4
5
8
7
6
2
5
10
9
7
S-table with handle trough | S-table with handle trough left/right (optional)
① Small X-ray image viewer
② Triple function handpiece
③ Turbine (multiflex coupling)
④ INTRAlux Motor KL 701 / KL 703
⑤ Scaler PIEZOsoft/PiezoLED
⑥ Control element
⑦ Tray holder
⑧ Handle trough with pushbutton for
locking brake of spring arm
⑨ Removable handle left/right (optional) ⑩ Knob for locking brake of spring arm
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3.5 Assistant unit
① Triple function handpiece
② High volume aspirator
③ Control element
④ Saliva ejector
⑤ KaVo Poly One / Satelec Mini LED
⑥ Tray holder for assistant
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3 Product description | 3.6 Triple-function handpieces
3.6 Triple-function handpieces
1
2
3
4
Triple function handpiece One
① Cannula
② Water button (green ring)
③ Air button (blue ring)
④ Handpiece and hose
Triple-function handpiece
① Air button (A)
② Cannula
③ Gripping sleeve
④ Water button (W)
⑤ Ring blue
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3.7 Controls
3.7.1 Dentist's unit TM table
A
C
B
D
E
F
A
Group of keys for the dental chair
B
Group of keys for illumination
C
Group of keys for the handpieces
D
Group of keys for the menu
E
Group of keys for hygiene
F
Group of keys for the timer
3.7.2 Dentist's unit S table
A
B
C
D
E
F
A
Group of keys for the menu
B
Group of keys for illumination
C
Group of keys for hygiene
D
Group of keys for the handpieces
E
Group of keys for the timer
F
Group of keys for the dental chair
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3.7.3 Assistant unit
A
Group of keys for hygiene
B
Group of keys for illumination
C
Group of keys for the timer
D
Group of keys for the dental chair
3.7.4 Groups of keys
Group of keys for the dental chair
The keys of the assistant unit each have two functions and show two symbols.
Assistant unit key
Dentist unit key
Labelling
"Chair up" key
"AP 0" key
(automatic position 0)
"Chair down" key
"SP" key
(rinsing position)
"LP" key
(last position)
"AP" key
(activate automatic posi‐
tion)
"Backrest down" key
"AP 1" key
(automatic position 1)
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Assistant unit key
Dentist unit key
Labelling
"Backrest up" key
"AP 2" key
(automatic position 2)
"Collapsed position" key
Group of keys for illumination/handpieces
Key
Name
Control element
Key
"Operating light"
Dentist element and assis‐
tant element
"Operating light dimming"
key
Dentist element
Key
"X-ray viewer"
Dentist element
"Direction of motor rotation" Dentist element
button
"Preselected spray" button
Dentist element
"Cold light" button
Dentist element
Group of keys for hygiene
Key
Name
Control element
"Tumbler filler" key
Dentist element and
assistant element
"Bowl rinsing" key
Dentist element and
assistant element
"Bell" key
Dentist element
"Intensive disinfection" key Assistant element (unas‐
signed key)
"HYDROclean" key
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Assistant element (unas‐
signed key)
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Group of keys for the menu
Group of keys for the menu
① Menu function selection keys
② Display
Group of keys for the timer
Key
Name
Control element
"Remote Control" key
unassigned key
"Additional motor drives"
key
Dentist element
"Timer 1" key
Dentist element and
assistant element
3.7.5 Foot control
The footswitches of the foot control have two functions. The functions of the foot‐
switches depend on if an instrument is mounted or removed.
Item
Name
with mounted
Handpiece
with removed
Handpiece
①
"LP/preselected spray"
footswitch
Drives dental chair to
previous position.
Optional. Sets the spray
pre-selection.
②
U-shaped switch
Switches the footswitch‐
es to the "Chair motion"
function.
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Item
Name
with mounted
Handpiece
③
"SP/blown air" footswitch Drives dental chair to
rinsing position.
④
"Chair position/direction Changes the position of Selects the direction of
of motor rotation" 4-way the dental chair.
motor rotation (for KL
switch
701 / KL 703 motor).
⑤
"Preselection of level/
handpieces" foot-pedal
Preselection of level
3.8 Rating plate and serial number plates
ESTETICA E30 and chair nameplate
2
1
Site for affixing the rating plate and serial number plate
① Serial number plate of the chair
SN
Serial number
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② Rating plate
with removed
Handpiece
Optional. Sets the preset
blown air (Chipblower) at
the handpiece (does not
apply to PiezoLED).
Starts the handpieces
and controls the speed/
intensity of the
handpieces.
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3 Product description | 3.8 Rating plate and serial number plates
Read and take note of the content of accompanying documents
Type B applied part
Type BF applied part
2 min
ED
10%
18 min
Operating mode:
Operating time of the patient chair: 2 minutes
Pause time of the patient chair: 18 minutes
(The permissible operating times correspond to common dental procedure.)
Fuse ratings:
100/110/115/120/127/220/230/240 V AC = T6.3 A 250 V
For disposal information, see also: Purpose - Intended use
CE mark according to Medical Devices Directive EC 93/42
VDE mark
DVGW ID
(Deutscher Verein des Gas- und Wasserfaches e.V.)
(Equipment-dependent DVGW mark with certification number)
See also:
2 Technical Data
Serial number plate and dentist element ID
Rating plate dentist element (e.g. table T) / marking of the application parts of Type BF
Site of attachment of rating plate and type BF applied parts ID on dentist element
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Type
Device type
SN
Year of manufacture - serial number
REF
Material number
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Marks and labels of triple-function handpieces
SN YY-???????
X.XXX.XXXX
3FH-One XXXX YYYY-MM
Marks and labels of triple-function handpiece One
① Company logo of the manufacturer
② Can be sterilised at up to 135°C
③ Serial number
④ CE mark according to 93/42/EEC
medical devices
⑤ Material number, name, production
date
1
5
2
4
3
3
Marks and labels of the triple-function handpiece
① Company logo of the manufacturer
② Please note the instructions for use
③ Can be sterilised at up to 135°C
④ CE mark according to 93/42/EEC
medical devices
⑤ Serial number
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Nameplate of water bottle and intensive germ reduction bottle
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
6
7
5
8
6
7
8
Nameplate of water bottle / intensive germ reduction bottle
① Manufacturer
② Concentration
③ Use-by date
④ Material number
⑤ Month manufactured
⑥ Expiration date (year)
⑦ Storage temperature
⑧ Please comply with accompanying
documents
Note
The specified concentration of KaVo OXYGENAL 6 must not be exceeded.
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3.9 Technical data
Drilling template and setup plan
Layout plan (Mat. no. 1.009.2781)
Electrical system
2
Electrical lead
3 x 1.5 mm (customer-provided fuse pro‐
2
tection 10 A) 3 x 2.5 mm
(customer-provided fuse protection 16 A)
Free end above the floor
1 000 mm
Input voltages
100/110/115/120/127/220/230/240 V AC
Frequency
50/60 Hz
Factory-set mains input voltage
See nameplate
Power consumption
100 to 900 VA
Customer-provided fuse protection
Auto-mat C16 or screw-plug fuse 10 A
Protective conductor above floor
See DIN VDE 0100-710, 1000 mm
Heat emission
360 to 3240 kJ/h
Heat emission
Ø 900 kJ/h
Degree of soiling
2
Installation category
II
Mark of approval
CE / DVGW / VDE
Foot control
IPX1 (moisture protection)
Triple-function handpiece One
Flush the water and air passages for 20 to 30 seconds before working at the begin‐
ning of the day.
Water pressure
1.5 ± 0.3 bar; flow pressure; probe tip
(1.009.6634)
Water flow
90 ± 15 ml/min
Air pressure
1.5 ± 0.2 bar; flow pressure; probe tip
(1.009.6634)
Air flow
15 ± 3 Nl/min
Triple function handpiece
Flush the water and air passages for 20 to 30 seconds before working at the begin‐
ning of the day.
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Water pressure
1.5 ± 0.3 bar; Flow pressure; 4 x manom‐
eter
Max. static pressure water
2.5 ± 0.3 bar
Water flow
80 ± 10 ml/min
Air pressure
3.3 ± 0.1 bar; Flow pressure; 4 x manom‐
eter
Max. dynamic pressure air
4 + 0.5 bar
Air flow
14 ± 2 Nl/min
Water supply
CAUTION
The ESTETICA E30 treatment centre, as delivered, is not equipped with an amalgam
separator.
Contamination of wastewater.
▶ Disposing wastewater, it is imperative to comply with the national regulations, in
particular with regard to amalgam loads.
Note
KaVo recommends to connect an external amalgam separator to the ESTETICA
E30 treatment centre in compliance with the specifications of the manufacturer of
the device.
Note
If the water is very hard (above 12 °dH), a water softening device must be fitted in
the ion-exchange process.
Insufficient water hardness (below 8.4 °dH) can promote the formation of algae.
Note
The "water inlet block" assembly kit does not include a separation between the
treatment water and water supplied by the local water supply. The operator must
observe and adhere to relevant national directives concerning the prevention of
backflow. If these rules are not adhered to, the manufacturer can assume no liability
for the quality of the treatment water and the microbial re-contamination of the pub‐
lic drinking water network.
WARNING
Danger of infection if the national guidelines are not observed.
Contamination of the treatment water or the drinking water network.
▶ Observe and adhere to the national guidelines concerning the quality of water for
human consumption (potable water) – if available.
▶ Observe and adhere to the national guidelines concerning the prevent of reflux
(flow of water from the treatment unit to the public water network) – if relevant.
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WARNING
Risk of infection if the "Water inlet block" is used without additional safeguards.
Contamination of the treatment water and/or drinking water supply with germs.
▶ Regarding the use of the "Water inlet block" assembly kit, please note that no dis‐
infection facility is installed in the unit, and take appropriate safeguards.
▶ If the Water bottle assembly kit is used with the enclosed dosing attachment (Mat.
no. 10020287), add the proper amount of KaVo OXYGENAL 6 (Mat. no.
04893451) with each filling. For the correct amount, please refer to the instruc‐
tions of the dosing attachment for water disinfection.
Water germ reduction is integrated in combination with the water bottle with manual
Oxygenal 6 dosing through the dosing attachment and the intensive germ reduction
bottle.
According to DIN EN 1717, each unit that is not listed by DVGW must be provided
with an upstream type AA, AB or AD safety device. (The DVGW water bottle kit is cer‐
tified; see the following list.)
When establishing a water connection, prevent brackish water pools with standing wa‐
ter (also in the house plumbing).
For further information, please refer to www.dvgw.de
Free drainage according to DIN EN 1717 - Water bottle DVGW, reg. no.:
DVGW certified
AS-0630BT0111
Water quality
Tap water
Water hardness
1.5 to 2.14 mmol/l ≙ 8.4 to 12 °dH
pH
7.2 to 7.8
Customer water filtering
80 µm
Water connection
Shut-off valve with brass cone compres‐
sion screw connection 3/8" to Ø 10 mm
provided
Above-floor water connection
min. 50 mm, max. 105 mm with valve
opened
Water inlet pressure
2.0 to 6.0 bar
Water inlet pressure
4 l/min
Diameter of the drain connection
40 mm
Above-floor drain connection
20 mm
Outflow quantity
max. 4 l/min
Slope of water drain pipe
downstream from device: at least 10 mm
per metre
Air supply
WARNING
Non-adherence to national guidelines regarding the quality of the dental air.
Infection hazard.
▶ Observe and adhere to the national guidelines regarding the quality of the dental
air - if any.
▶ Blow through the air line prior to commissioning.
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Air inlet pressure
5.5 to 7 bar
Air consumption of standard device
max. 60 Nl/min.
Air consumption with 1 Venturi suction unit max. 105 Nl/min.
Air consumption with 2 Venturi suction
max. 150 Nl/min.
units
Customer air filtration
50 µm
Air connection
Shut-off valve with brass cone compres‐
sion screw connection 3/8" to Ø 10 mm
provided
Air connection above floor level
min. 50 mm, max. 105 mm with valve
opened
Suction
Suction air quantity at spray mist cannula Suction vacuum at device intake
with wet suction
minimal V~250 Nl/min
> 70 mbar
recommended V~300 Nl/min
> 90 mbar
Suction vacuum static max.
< 180 mbar
Note
If the negative static pressure is > 180 mbar, the unit must be equipped with the
negative pressure regulating valve assembly kit.
Diameter of the suction connection
40 mm
Above-floor suction connection
20 mm
The values apply to the KaVo measuring set (Mat. no. 0.411.8500).
Operating environment
WARNING
Inappropriate operating conditions.
Impairment of the electrical safety of the device.
▶ It is essential to comply with the operating conditions specified in the "Technical
Specifications" chapter and not to exceed those conditions.
Floor quality
The quality of the flooring must meet the
load bearing ability for buildings
DIN 1055 page 3 and have a pressure re‐
sistance in accordance with DIN 18560 T
1.
o
Ambient temperature
+10 to +40 C
Relative humidity
30 to 75%
Air pressure
700 hPa to 1,060 hPa
Max. elevation for operation
up to 3000 m
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Maximum loads
Max. patient weight load
180 kg
Tray holder of the dentist element - loada‐ 2 kg
ble up to
Assistant unit tray holder - loadable up to
1 kg
Dentist element - loadable up to
2 kg
Transportation and storage conditions
o
Ambient temperature
-20 to +55 C
Relative humidity
5% to 95% non-condensing
Air pressure
700 to 1,060 hPa
Weight
Treatment unit with Standard patient chair 279 kg gross, 224 kg net
For more information about the packages, please refer to Assembly Instructions
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4 Operation | 4.1 Switching the device on and off
4 Operation
4.1 Switching the device on and off
Note
Always switch the machine off before leaving the office.
▶ Switch on the device using the main switch.
ð The display of the dentist unit ① shows the preselected basic menu.
ð The green LED "Device turned on" lights up on the assistant unit ②.
1
2
4.2 Converting from right handed to left handed
CAUTION
Collision and damage to the unit.
▶ Ensure sufficient space for swinging.
▶ Turn off the device before conversion.
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CAUTION
Let the instrument hose hang on the patient chair or another object.
▶ When swinging the dentist's unit and the articulation, make sure that the instru‐
ment hoses do not get caught.
① Right handed model
② Left handed model
▶ Remove the seat.
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▶ Undo the screw.
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4 Operation | 4.2 Converting from right handed to left handed
▶ Swivel the dentist and assistant element to the other chair side and re-tighten the
screw.
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4 Operation | 4.3 Adjusting the dental chair
▶ Undo the locking and swivel the patient unit by 180° until the locking snaps-in
again. patient element
▶ Fasten the seat again proceeding in reverse order.
4.3 Adjusting the dental chair
4.3.1 Adjusting the armrest (optional)
To make it easier for the patient to sit in the chair, the armrest can be swung up.
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CAUTION
The patient's hands are in a bad position when the chair is rising
Danger of crushing fingers between the backrest and armrest.
▶ Make sure that the patient is sitting in the right position (especially children).
4.3.2 Adjust head rest
Setting locking dial of 2-joint headrest
CAUTION
Adjusting the headrest.
Injury of neck muscles.
▶ Make sure that the patient is aware of the headrest setting.
▶ Patients need to raise their head slightly during adjustment.
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▶ Push in or pull out the headrest depending on the patient's size.
▶ To swing the headrest, turn the locking dial to the left, move the headrest into po‐
sition, and turn the dial to the right to lock it.
▶ To remove the headrest cushion, remove the screw ②, pull the cushion ① up
slightly, and remove it to the front.
4.3.3 Positioning the dental chair manually
CAUTION
Danger of injury from overload or dynamic load.
The patient chair might collapse.
▶ Do not subject the patient chair to a load exceeding its limit (180 kg).
▶ Do not subject the patient chair to dynamic loads.
CAUTION
Motorised movement of the chair
The patient or treatment personnel can be clamped or crushed.
▶ Monitor the patient and treatment personnel when changing the patient's position.
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Positioning the chair and backrest manually using the dentist or
assistant unit
Use the following buttons to adjust the chair height and position of the backrest:
Key
Function
The chair moves up.
The chair moves down.
The backrest moves upward.
The backrest moves downward.
▶ Press the related key.
ð The chair or backrest moves in the desired direction.
Positioning the chair and backrest manually using the foot control
The 4-way switch of the foot control assumes the function of the button wheel on the
dentist unit when manually positioning the dental chair.
See also:
2 Positioning the dental chair manually
Requirement
All instruments are in their holder.
▶ Chair up: Move the cross switch on the foot control in direction ①.
▶ Chair down : Move the cross switch on the foot control in direction ③.
▶ Backrest up: Move the cross switch on the foot control in direction ②.
▶ Backrest down: Move the cross switch on the foot control in direction ④.
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4.3.4 Automatic positioning of dental chair
CAUTION
Danger of injury from overload or dynamic load.
The patient chair might collapse.
▶ Do not subject the patient chair to a load exceeding its limit (180 kg).
▶ Do not subject the patient chair to dynamic loads.
CAUTION
Danger of crushing during automatic chair movement.
The patient or treatment personnel can be clamped.
▶ Monitor the patient and treatment personnel when changing the chair position.
The chair position can be adjusted continuously.
Automatic positions can be saved, and the saved positions can be recalled by the
push of a button.
Recalling automatic positions with the dentist unit
The following keys can be used to recall saved chair positions.
Key
Operation
Move to the rinsing position.
The last position before actuating the SP is assumed.
Move to automatic position 0.
Move to automatic position 1.
Move to automatic position 2.
Move to the collapsed position.
▶ Briefly press the desired button.
ð Chair automatically moves to the stored position.
ð Upon arrival at the stored position, the display diode on the button is turned on.
Saving automatic positions with the dentist unit
Recommended assignment of buttons:
"SP" button: rinsing position
"AP 0" button: entry and exit position
"AP 1" button: treatment position, e.g. for lower jaw treatment
"AP 2" button: treatment position, e.g. for upper jaw treatment
"Collape position" button: collapse position
▶ Move the chair to the desired position.
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▶ To save the chair position, press "AP 0", "AP 1", "AP 2", "SP" or "Collapsed posi‐
tion" button until you hear a signal.
ð The display diode of the pressed button is turned on. The chair position is saved.
See also:
2 Manual positioning of the patient chair using the MEMOdent control element
Last position
After the "LP" button is pressed, the chair moves into its position before the "SP" but‐
ton was pressed.
Note
The memory is erased when you turn off the device. After turning on the device
again (for example in the morning or after lunch), the chair does not execute a spe‐
cific movement when you press the "LP" button.
Recalling automatic positions with the assistant unit
▶ Briefly press the "AP" key.
ð The LEDs of the "AP 0", " AP 1", " AP 2", "SP", and "LP" keys flash for approxi‐
mately four seconds.
▶ During these four seconds, briefly press the "AP 0", " AP 1", " AP 2", "SP" or "LP"
key.
ð The chair moves into the selected automatic position.
Saving automatic positions with the assistant unit
Note
The automatic position "Last position" is saved on the "LP" button. Press the "LP"
button for the chair to automatically move to the last position before the rinsing posi‐
tion. The "LP" button cannot be assigned to another automatic position.
▶ Move the chair to the desired position.
▶ Briefly press the "AP" key.
ð The LEDs of the "AP 0", " AP 1", " AP 2", "SP", and "LP" keys flash for approxi‐
mately four seconds.
▶ During these four seconds, press the "AP 0", "AP 1", "AP 2", "SP" or "LP" button,
until a signal sound is transmitted.
ð LED of the pressed button lights up. The chair position is saved.
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Recalling automatic positions with the foot control
Note
If an instrument is removed, the chair functions of the foot control are blocked. The
blocking can be removed by briefly pressing the stirrup switch. The functions are
then available.
① Spray preselection/AP footswitch
② Footswitch blowing air/AP (optional)
③ Foot pedal
The chair positions can be recalled with two foot switches; the standard setting is as
follows:
▪ "Spray selection" foot switch: automatic position "LP" (last position)
▪ "Blown air" foot switch: automatic position "SP" (rinsing position)
Move the chair when the instrument is mounted
▶ Press the "SP" foot-operated button.
or
▶ Press the "LP" foot-operated button.
ð The chair moves into the selected automatic position.
Move the chair when the instrument is removed
Note
If an instrument is removed, the chair functions of the foot control are blocked. The
blocking can be removed by briefly pressing the stirrup switch. The functions are
then available.
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4 Operation | 4.3 Adjusting the dental chair
▶ Press the stirrup switch and then the "Preselected spray" or "Blown air" foot
switch.
ð The chair moves into the selected automatic position.
Saving an automatic position with the foot control
① Spray preselection/AP footswitch
② Footswitch blowing air/AP (optional)
③ Foot pedal
The chair positions can be saved on two footswitches; the standard setting is as fol‐
lows:
▪ "Spray default" footswitch: "LP" automatic position (last position)
▪ "Blown air" footswitch: "SP" automatic position (rinsing position)
▶ Hold down the foot pedal and foot-operated button "SP", and simultaneously
press any button for an automatic position ("AP 0", "AP 1", "AP 2" or "SP") on the
dentist or assistant unit until you hear a beep.
ð The automatic position is saved to the foot-operated button.
or
▶ Hold down the foot pedal and foot-operated button "LP", and simultaneously press
any button for an automatic position ("AP 0", "AP 1", "AP 2" or "SP") on the dentist
or assistant unit until you hear a beep.
ð The automatic position is saved to the foot-operated button.
4.3.5 Safety shut-off
To prevent collisions arising from the movement of the patient chair, safety shutoff
switches are installed to protect the patient and practice personnel from injury and the
treatment unit from damage.
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CAUTION
Damage to the assistant element and dental chair.
Despite some safety shut-downs being present, certain positions of the assistant unit
may collide with the dental chair.
▶ Keep the assistant unit out of the range of motion of the patient chair.
▶ Always monitor the chair movement.
CAUTION
Pinching from the treatment chair.
The safety shutoff of the treatment chair is activated by lifting the respective compo‐
nent. Depending on the patient's body weight and the leverage, more force can be
exerted on the object to be triggered than is necessary to trigger the switching func‐
tion.
▶ The treatment personnel must move outside of the chair's swinging range when‐
ever the chair moves.
CAUTION
Risk of injury when moving the patient or patient chair.
The patient or treatment personnel can be pinched or crushed.
▶ Position all moving parts, such as dentist element, assistant element, operating
light, screens, etc., outside the collision range when you move the patient or pa‐
tient chair.
The safety cut-offs can be found at the following places on the treatment unit.
5
Pos.
no.
Safety switch-off actu‐
ated
①
Bracket on the foot con‐
trol
②
Assistant element
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LED on dentist element
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Pos.
no.
Safety switch-off actu‐
ated
③
Backrest
④
Kickplate
LED on assistant ele‐
ment
LED on dentist element
⑤
Seat
For right/left conversion
with bench removed
The safety shutoff occurs went a movement angle has been exceeded, or part of the
treatment unit collides with an object.
If a person or object actuates a safety shutoff, the chair immediately stops moving.
The fact that the safety shutoff has been activated is displayed by the corresponding
display flashing on the dentist or assistant unit.
Note
The chair's position cannot be changed with the key wheels when a safety shutoff is
activated.
▶ To deactivate an activated safety shutoff, remove the triggers from the to the
range of movement of the stool.
CAUTION
Changing the chair's position when the safety circuit is on.
Personal injury.
Damage to the device.
▶ When changing position, do not move the chair against the active safety circuit
when actively shutting off the safety circuit.
CAUTION
Pinching from the treatment chair.
The safety shutoff of the treatment chair is activated by lifting the respective compo‐
nent. Depending on the patient's body weight and the leverage, more force can be
exerted on the object to be triggered than is necessary to trigger the switching func‐
tion.
▶ The treatment personnel must move outside of the chair's swinging range when‐
ever the chair moves.
To allow the chair to move freely, it can also be moved when the safety circuit is on.
Use this function for repair purposes only.
▶ Press and hold down both the "SP" and "LP" keys on the dentist element.
or
▶ Press and hold down the "LP/AP" key on the assistant element.
▶ Move the chair using the button wheel buttons of the chair.
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4.4 Moving the patient chair
45°
245
45°
245
+5° / - 5°
70°
765 mm
825 mm
360 mm
305 mm
4.5 Moving the dentist unit
CAUTION
Damage from overloading the dentist element.
Exceeding the maximum weight of more than 2 kg by adding handpieces, accesso‐
ries, etc., can cause damage.
▶ Do not overload the dentist element!
CAUTION
Risk of injury when the dentist or assistant element is moved.
The patient or office staff may be injured or bruised.
▶ Monitor the patient and office staff when moving the dentist or assistant element.
The swinging range of the dentist unit is limited by stops.
Note
Do not pull the dentist unit by the instrument hose.
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① Knob for locking brake of spring arm
▶ To adjust the height of the dentist unit, release the brake ① adjust the height, and
lock the brake again.
4.5.1 Moving the dentist unit TM
12
80°
160°
0°
160°
80°
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120
°
25° 25°
CAUTION
Excessive load on the support system
The patient or treatment personnel may be injured.
The support system may be damaged.
▶ Do not exceed the permissible maximum weight (generated e.g. by instruments
and accessories).
▶ Do not use the swinging arm for a support!
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4.5.2 Moving the dentist unit S
80°
160°
120
°
0°
12
25° 25°
CAUTION
Risk of injury by suspended instruments (S table).
Patients may get injured by sharp instrument tips.
▶ When you move the dentist's unit, make sure that nobody is injured.
▶ Alert patients and care providers to the risk of injury.
160°
80°
4.6 Moving the patient unit
The device body can be swivelled away from the patient chair by 60o.
The spittoon bowl can be removed.
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4.6.1 Moving the patient element (optional)
CAUTION
The left armrest can collide with the manually adjusted patient's unit when the chair
moves.
Injury hazard.
▶ Each time before the chair is adjusted (automatic and manual), swing the manual‐
ly adjusted patient's unit into resting position.
Note
No liquids may be emptied into the mouth rising basin when the devices is turned
off. Mechanical and electronic damage could occur as a result of overflowing liquid.
The spittoon bowl of the swivelling patient element (optional) can be swivelled by ap‐
prox. 180o: 90o each to the left and right.
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4.7 Attaching the tray holder (optional)
① Tray holder
② Holder
The support ② for the tray holder ①is an optional accessory.
4.8 Using functions through the menu
4.8.1 General menu navigation
The functions in the menu are used through the selections keys (S1 to S4) on the dis‐
play
① Selection keys (S1 to S4) for menu
functions
② Display
4.8.2 Using the user menu
The following options can be opened in the user menu:
Option Feature
Description
1
Users
Set number of users.
2
Tumbler
Set tumbler filling time.
3
Bowl
Set bowl rinsing time.
4
Handpiece light
Set cold light afterglow period.
5
ENDO
Set ENDO holder.
Available only with an ENDO license.
6
Time of day
Set time of day.
7
Date
Set date.
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Option Feature
Description
8
Set display mode for time of day and
date:
Time/date display mode
▪ Time of day only
▪ Time of day without seconds
▪ Time of day and date
▪ Date only
9
LCD
Set contrast of LCD display.
10
Language
Set menu language:
▪ Deutsch
▪ English
▪ Italiano
▪ Français
▪ Castellano
13
License
Display of activated licenses:
▪ ENDO: Endo function
▪ PLED: PiezoLED function
▪ FCR: (foot control) control of
CONEXIO by foot control
14
Firmware
Display current firmware version.
① Selection keys (S1 to S4) for menu
functions
② Display
▶ Press the "Next" key (S4) to start-up the user menu.
ð The user menu displays options and parameters that can be set and changed by
the user.
▶ Press the "Save" (S1) key to save the selection made.
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Option 1: Set number of users
S1
S1
S2
S2
S3
S3
S4
S4
▶ Press the "S1", "S2", "S3" key to select user 1, 2, and 3, respectively.
▶ Press the "S4" button to call up the second level.
▶ Press the "S1", "S2", "S3" key to select user 4, 5, and 6, respectively.
Option 2: Set tumbler filling time
2. Becherfüllzeit
Einstellung: 7.0s
S1
S2
S3
S4
▶ Press the "reduce value" or "increase value" key to select a tumbler filling time
from 0 - 51 seconds.
Option 3: Set bowl rinsing time
S1
S2
S3
S4
▶ Press the "reduce value" or "increase value" key to select a bowl rinsing time from
1.0 - 50.0 seconds. Interval: 0.2 seconds.
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Option 4: Set LUX afterglow period
S1
S2
S3
S4
▶ Press the "reduce value" or "increase value" key to set the afterglow period be‐
tween 0 to 10 seconds. The default value is 3 seconds.
Option 5: Set ENDO holder
S1
S2
S3
S4
▶ Press the "increase value" or "reduce value" keys to set the selected holder.
Option 6: Set the time of day
6
S1
S2
S3
S4
▶ Press the "SET" (S2) key to change the values of minutes and hours.
ð The value to be changed flashes.
▶ Press the "Save" (S1) key to save the selection made.
6
S1
S2
S3
S4
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▶ Press the "reduce value" or "increase value" key to set the marked time of day.
▶ Press the "SS:MM" (S1) key to switch between hours and minutes.
▶ Press the "Save" (S4) key to save the values and switch to the SET display.
Option 7: Set the date
7
S1
S2
S3
S4
▶ Press the "SET" (S2) key to change the values of day, month, and year.
ð The value to be changed flashes.
▶ Press the "Save" (S1) key to save the selection made.
7
S1
S2
S3
S4
▶ Press the "reduce value" or "increase value" key to set the marked value.
▶ Press the "SS:MM" (S1) key to switch between day, month, and year.
▶ Press the "Save" (S4) key to save the values and switch to the SET display.
Option 8: Set display mode for time of day and date
8
S1
S2
S3
S4
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▶ Press the "reduce value" or "increase value" key to set the display mode of date/
time.
▶ The following displays can be selected: time of day only, time of day<no seconds>
only, time of day and date, date only, day of the week, no display
Option 9: Setting the display contrast
9
S1
S2
S3
S4
▶ Press the "reduce value" or "increase value" key to set the contrast of the LCD
display.
Option 10: Setting the menu language
0
S1
S2
S3
S4
▶ Press the "reduce value" or "increase value" key to select the menu language.
▶ The following languages can be selected: Deutsch, English, Italiano, Francais,
Castellano.
Option 13: Displaying the activated licenses
13
Lizenz
ENDO PLED
FCR
S1
S3
S2
S4
Displays the activated licenses:
▪ ENDO: Endo function
▪ PLED: PiezoLED function
▪ FCR: (foot control) control of CONEXIO by foot control
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Option 14: Displaying the firmware version
14
S1
S2
S3
S4
The firmware version is displayed
4.8.3 Standby menu
The stand-by menu is used to start the device.
The device switches to the stand-by menu upon closing of the handpiece and endo
menus.
S1
S2
S3
S4
▶ Press the "Next" key (S4) to start-up the user menu.
Service and error messages in the stand-by menu
Service and error messages are displayed in the stand-by menu through the "!" sym‐
bol.
S1
S2
S3
S4
▶ Press the "S2" button to display messages.
S1
S2
S3
S4
▶ Press the function keys to navigate between the messages.
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Key
Settings
S2
Previous message
S3
Next message
S4
Switch to stand-by menu
Error messages in the status display
See also:
2 Troubleshooting
4.8.4 Selecting the dentist
The first symbol in the stand-by menu displays the current user.
S1
S2
S3
S4
▶ Press the "S1" key to start the user selection menu.
User selection (max. 6 users)
The user selection menu displays the available users.
S1
S1
S2
S2
S3
S3
S4
S4
▶ Press the "S1", "S2", "S3" key to select user 1, 2, and 3, respectively.
▶ Press the "S4" button to call up the second level.
▶ Press the "S1", "S2", "S3" key to select user 4, 5, and 6, respectively.
4.8.5 Instruments menu
handpiece-specific values are displayed and adjusted in the menu.
The display depends on which instrument was withdrawn.
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Changing motor settings in the menu
Note
Following instructions for use, service instructions and installation instructions in the
instrument packaging.
Motor status
The status of a handpiece is displayed on the display or control keys once a hand‐
piece is taken out.
S1
S2
S3
S4
Setting
Actuation
Pane
Motor speed
Foot control
Display
Light intensity
Foot control, control keys
Display
Direction of motor rotation
Foot control, control keys
LED control keys
Spray status
Foot control, control keys
LED control keys
Adjusting the motor
▶ Settings can be changed using the corresponding keys on the control panel or on
the foot control.
Motor speed is set with the foot control only.
The direction of motor rotation, cooling status and light intensity are set with the
foot control or the control keys.
ð The current settings are saved and activated the next time the handpiece is taken
out.
PIEZOsoft/PiezoLED
Note
The setting of the mode is only available in combination with a PiezoLED Ultrasonic
Scaler. The PiezoLED menu and all PiezoLED functions are only available if a Pie‐
zoLED license is existent.
Setting the PIEZOsoft
The status of the handpiece is shown on the display when the PIEZOsoft is being tak‐
en out:
▪ Intensity
▶ Settings can be changed using the corresponding keys on the control panel or on
the foot control.
The light intensity is set with the foot control only.
Modus, spray, is set with the foot control or the control keys.
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ð The current settings are saved and activated the next time the handpiece is taken
out.
S1
S2
S3
S4
Setting the PiezoLED
The status of the handpiece is shown on the display when the PiezoLED is being tak‐
en out.
▪ Intensity
▪ Mode
▪ Light intensity
▶ Settings can be changed using the corresponding keys on the control panel or on
the foot control.
The light intensity is set with the foot control only.
Modus, spray, light on/off are set with the foot control or the control keys.
ð The current settings are saved and activated the next time the handpiece is taken
out.
S1
S2
S3
S4
Power output as a function of operating mode and tip load
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Power output as a function of device pre-setting (foot control) and tip load (shown using modes P3 and E as
examples)
Note
If you stay in the range of dynamic response, the treatment is ensured to be gentle.
The output is adjusted according to load.
4.8.6 ENDO menu (optional)
Note
The functions of the ENDO menu are available only if an ENDO license is existent.
Start-up ENDO menu
The ENDO menu is started-up through:
▪ taking the ENDO motor out of the dentist element (setting in user menu, option 5)
▪ activating the (M) "Additional motor drives" key afterwards
ENDO status menu
S1
S2
S3
S4
The status of the ENDO motor is displayed in the ENDO menu:
Parameters
Values
Transmission factor
1:1, 3:1
Parameter memory
P1,P2,P3,P4,P5,P6
Torque mode
TQ-Ctrl, Autoreverse, AutoRev/Forw.
Direction of motor rotation
R, L
Speed
100 to 6,000 rpm
Torque
Transmission ratio 1:1: 0.15 to 2.50 Ncm
Transmission ratio 3:1: 0.4 to 8.0 Ncm
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Using the ENDO menu
Displaying parameters
▶ Press the respective keys on the display to navigate between parameters.
S1
S2
S3
S4
Key
Settings
S1 (short)
(Briefly) press the "SP/
Blown air" foot-operated
button
Displays the next set of parameters
1,2,3,4,5,6,1,..(ring counter)
S4
Selects the ENDO options menu
Setting the ENDO menu
▶ Press the "S1" key for an extended time to select the ENDO settings menu. The
individual parameters can be set and changed in this menu.
S1
S2
S3
S4
Key
Settings
S1
Saves the parameters.
Selects the ENDO menu.
S2
Changes the value.
S3
Changes the value.
S4
Moves the flashing cursor:
Torque mode, speed, torque, torque mode, ... (ring counter).
Set torque mode
▶ The torque mode parameter can be changed after selecting it in the settings
menu.
ð The selected parameter is marked by a flashing cursor on the display.
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S1
S2
S3
S4
Key
Settings
S1
Saves the parameters
Selects the ENDO menu
S2
Changes the torque mode
Autoreverse, Torque Control only, Autorev. / Forward, Autoreverse,..(ring
counter)
S3
Changes the torque mode
Autoreverse, Autorev. / Forward, Torque Control only, Autoreverse,..(ring
counter)
S4
Moves the flashing cursor
Setting the speed
▶ The speed parameter can be changed after selecting it in the settings menu.
ð The selected parameter is marked by a black triangle on the display.
S1
S2
S3
S4
Key
Settings
S1
Saves the parameters
Selects the ENDO menu
S2
Changes the speed
Range: 100 rpm to 500 rpm: in 10 rpm increments
Range: 500 rpm to 1,000 rpm: in 50 rpm increments
Range: 1,000 rpm to 6,000 rpm: in 100 rpm increments
S3
Changes the speed
Range: 100 rpm to 500 rpm: in 10 rpm increments
Range: 500 rpm to 1,000 rpm: in 50 rpm increments
Range: 1,000 rpm to 6,000 rpm: in 100 rpm increments
S4
Moves the flashing cursor
Setting the torque
▶ The torque parameter can be changed after selecting it in the settings menu.
ð The selected parameter is marked by a black triangle on the display.
▶ Sets the maximum torque.
ð The torque is limited to the set maximal value.
ð The ENDO warning signal is issued when 90% of the pre-set maximal value are
reached.
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S1
S2
S3
S4
Key
Settings
S1
Saves the parameters
Selects the ENDO settings menu
S2
Changes the torque
1:1 transmission ratio
Range: 0.15 Ncm to 2.5 Ncm: in 0.05 Ncm increments
Range: 1% to 100%: in 2% increments
3:1 transmission ratio
Range: 0.4 Ncm to 8.0 Ncm: in 0.05 Ncm increments
Range: 1% to 100%: in 1% increments
S3
Changes the torque
1:1 transmission ratio
Range: 0.15 Ncm to 2.5 Ncm: in 0.05 Ncm increments
Range: 1% to 100%: in 2% increments
3:1 transmission ratio
Range: 0.4 Ncm to 8.0 Ncm: in 0.05 Ncm increments
Range: 1% to 100%: in 1% increments
S4
Moves the flashing cursor
ENDO options menu
▶ Press the "S4" key to select the ENDO options menu.
S1
S2
S3
S4
Option 1: Transmission ratio
▶ Press the "S2" or "S3" key to set the transmission factor.
S1
S2
S3
S4
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Key
Settings
S1
Saves the option
Selects the ENDO menu
S2
Changes the transmission factor
1:1 or 3:1
S3
Changes the transmission factor
1:1 or 3:1
S4
Selects the next option
Option 2: Torque
▶ Press the "S2" or "S3" key to change the torque setting display.
S1
S2
S3
S4
Key
Settings
S1
Saves the option
Selects the ENDO menu
S2
Changes the torque setting display
Unit: % or Ncm
Transmission ratio 1:1: 100% = 2.5 Ncm
Transmission ratio 3:1: 100% = 8.0 Ncm
S3
Changes the torque setting display
Unit: % or Ncm
Transmission ratio 1:1: 100% = 2.5 Ncm
Transmission ratio 3:1: 100% = 8.0 Ncm
S4
Selects the next option
Option 3: AutoRev. / Fwd
▶ Press the "S2" or "S3" key to set the period of time after which the motor rotates
clockwise automatically. This dispenses with having to stop it using the foot con‐
trol.
S1
S2
S3
S4
Key
Settings
S1
Saves the option
Selects the ENDO menu
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Key
Settings
S2
Sets the time
1 second to 10 seconds
S3
Sets the time
1 second to 10 seconds
S4
Selects the next option
4.8.7 Using the CONEXIOcom (optional)
Note
To start the CONEXIOcom menu, no handpiece may be removed.
Note
For all CONEXIOcom functions, the dental unit must be connected to an installation
of the KaVo "CONEXIO" software.
The function of the CONEXIOcom menu is to control the display of previously recor‐
ded and saved images and videos. In order to use the function, the unit must have ac‐
cess to the data of the KaVo Software "CONEXIO" software. For details on the config‐
uration, please refer to the "CONEXIO" installation instructions.
Opening the CONEXIOcom menu
In order to display existing images, open the menu with the "Remote Control" button.
Select the proper patient on the corresponding PC for this purpose. It is also feasible
to automatically transfer the patient from your invoicing programme to CONEXIO. For
details on the configuration, please refer to the "CONEXIO" installation instructions.
If no patient is selected, images from the clipboard are displayed. If the clipboard is
empty, no image is displayed. The clipboard is deleted automatically when the patient
is logged off the corresponding PC.
The CONEXIOcom menu is opened automatically for recording of images or videos as
soon as a device (DIAGNOcam U, ERGOcam One) is taken out.
To close CONEXIOcom: Replace the active device to its holder or close the CONEX‐
IOcom menu with the "Remote Control" button.
No
Icon
Setting
1
-
Info line
This line displays the active patient name (if se‐
lected in CONEXIO) under which the data ob‐
tained are stored.
If no patient is selected, images and videos are
stored in the clipboard under "unassigned pa‐
tient".
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No
Icon
Setting
2
-
If a device is active, the device type is shown.
The following is implemented at this time:
DIAGNOcam U
ERGOcam One
3
Next image/video
To be able to communicate efficiently with the pa‐
tient, individual images can be selected and dis‐
played directly. This uses a rolling system that
advances from left to right and from top to bot‐
tom.
4
Save image/video
Press briefly - saves the selected image/video.
Press long - all images/videos are saved in the
Swap Tray.
If no patient is selected, the images stay in the
clipboard and cannot be saved permanently. As
soon as a patient is selected, these temporary
data in the clipboard are deleted.
When an active patient is logged off (or a new
patient is logged on) in CONEXIO, a query is
shown asking whether the images in the shall be
deleted or saved. Data deleted at this point can‐
not be restored subsequently.
5
Discard image/video
Press briefly - deletes the selected image/video
Press long - all images/videos in the clipboard
are deleted
6
Screen display:
This button changes the display on the monitor.
The following settings can be made:
1/2/4/6 – number of images displayed.
The live image is always shown as the last image
in split view.
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4.9 Using function through the dentist or assistant unit
4.9.1 Using the hygiene functions
The following buttons are available for the hygiene functions:
Key
Name
Control element
"Tumbler filler" key
Dentist element and
assistant element
"Bowl rinsing" key
Dentist element and
assistant element
"Bell" key
Dentist element
"Intensive disinfection" key Assistant element (unas‐
signed key)
"HYDROclean" key
Assistant element (unas‐
signed key)
Note
The preparation methods can be found in the care instructions.
The following settings can be changed:
▪ Tumbler filling time
▪ Bowl rinsing time
Using the tumbler filling
▶ Press the "Tumbler" button briefly to start filling the tumbler.
ð Tumbler filling is started and then stopped after the saved period of time.
ð Default = 7 s.
ð An on/off operation is not supported.
▶ Press the "Tumbler filling" key for more than 4 seconds to start the programming
mode.
Set the period of time in 200 ms increments. Minimum: 0.4 s.
ð If the key stays depressed, the elapsed time is counted in 200 ms steps and an
acoustical signal is issued each second.
ð Once the key is released, the current value is saved.
Using the bowl flush
▶ Press the "Bowl flush" key briefly to start the bowl flush.
ð The bowl flush is started and then stopped after the saved period of time.
ð Default = 7 s. An on/off operation is not supported.
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▶ Press the "Bowl flush" key for more than 4 seconds to start the programming
mode.
Set the period of time in 200 ms increments. Minimum: 0.4 s.
ð If the key stays depressed, the elapsed time is counted in 200 ms steps and an
acoustical signal is issued each second.
ð Once the key is released, the current value is saved.
4.9.2 Using the illumination functions for KaVoLUX 540 LED T
WARNING
Unintentional activation of the KaVo KEY Laser III and KEY Laser 3+.
Simultaneous application of the operating light KaVoLUX 540 LED and the KaVo KEY
Laser III or KEY Laser 3+ can lead to the unintentional activation of the KaVo KEY
Laser III and KEY Laser 3+.
▶ When using the KaVo KEY Laser III or the KEY Laser 3+, switch the treatment
light to laser mode.
▶ Or switch off the treatment light, do not use KaVo KEY Laser III or KEY Laser 3+
simultaneously with treatment light KaVoLUX 540 LED.
WARNING
Wrong handling.
Reversible blinding (temporary sight impairment).
▶ Do not direct the light field at patients, users or/and third parties while you switch
on the light.
▶ Do not direct the light field at the patient´s eyes when you move the light head.
▶ Maintain a clearance of ca. 700 mm between the light and the mouth of the pa‐
tient.
CAUTION
Stroboscopic effect of the rotating instrument.
A stroboscopic effect could arise in instruments rotating at a certain speed during ap‐
plication of the KaVoLUX 540 LED. This is an optical illusion, where the instrument
appears to be standing still or rotating extremely slowly.
Injury hazard.
▶ If the stroboscopic effect appears, change the speed fractionally and continue op‐
erating in the usual manner.
CAUTION
Faulty measurement in connection with KaVo DIAGNOdent.
Simultaneous application of the treatment light KaVoLUX 540 LED and the KaVo DI‐
AGNOdent can lead to faulty measurements.
▶ Switch the treatment light to laser mode when using the KaVo DIAGNOdent.
▶ Or switch off the treatment light, do not use KaVo DIAGNOdent and treatment
light KaVoLUX 540 LED simultaneously.
CAUTION
Premature hardening of composite fillings.
A light intensity that is too high can have a negative impact on the durability of the
treatment.
▶ Select the appropriate dimming level according to the processing time.
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Note
The KaVoLUX 540 LED T cannot be operated through the control functions of the
treatment centre. The operating light an only be switched on and off.
The KaVoLUX 540 LED operating light can be used in the following modes:
▪ Normal light: preset at 5,500 Kelvin and 30,000 Lux corresponding to daylight
quality
▪ COMPOsave-Modus: enables longer processing periods for composites by filter‐
ing the blue components of the light
▪ Dimmed light: approx. 4,000 Kelvin; equivalent to the light of a halogen operating
lamp
▪ Laser mode: Light mode, which has no negative influence on the KaVo KEY Laser
III, the KEY Laser 3+ or the KaVo DIAGNOdent.
When operated In dimmed mode, the LED lamp functions according to a dimmed hal‐
ogen lamp. The colour temperature is approx. 4,000 K and the composite can harden
prematurely. This can have a negative impact on the durability of the treatment.
The COMPOsave modes prevents the composite from hardening prematurely. As op‐
posed to the dimmed light, the blue components of the light are filtered in the process.
Therefore the composite can be processed longer in COMPOsave mode.
Control panel KaVoLUX 540 LED T
① "Treatment lamp" key
② "Treatment lamp dimming" key
③ "Mode/ colour temperature" button
Turning the operating light On and Off
The KaVoLUX 540 LED operating light can be used in the following modes:
▪ Normal light: preset at 5,500 Kelvin and 30,000 Lux corresponding to daylight
quality
▪ COMPOsave-Modus: enables longer processing periods for composites by filter‐
ing the blue components of the light
▪ Dimmed light: approx. 4,000 Kelvin; equivalent to the light of a halogen operating
lamp
▪ Laser mode: Light mode, which has no negative influence on the KaVo KEY Laser
III, the KEY Laser 3+ or the KaVo DIAGNOdent.
▶ Press the "Operating light" button on the dentist or assistant element.
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ð The operating light is switched on in its most recent active state: operating light on,
COMPOsave mode on or dimmed light.
▶ Press the "operating light" button once again.
ð Operating light is switched off.
A sensor can be used to switch the operating light on or off as follows:
Sensor KaVoLUX 540 LED
▶ Put your hand just in front of the sensor of the operating light.
ð Operating light is switched on.
▶ Again put your hand just in front of the sensor of the operating light.
ð Operating light is switched off.
Setting the brightness
Note
The maximum possible brightness of the light is set in five steps using the "Treat‐
ment light" key.
▶ Press and hold down the "operating light" button.
ð Brightness varies between five stages.
▶ When the desired brightness is reached, release the "Treatment light" key.
Changing between COMPOsave mode res. dimmed light and normal
light
The KaVoLUX 540 LED operating light can be used in the following modes:
▪ Normal light: preset at 5,500 Kelvin and 30,000 Lux corresponding to daylight
quality
▪ COMPOsave-Modus: enables longer processing periods for composites by filter‐
ing the blue components of the light
▪ Dimmed light: approx. 4,000 Kelvin; equivalent to the light of a halogen operating
lamp
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▪ Laser mode: Light mode, which has no negative influence on the KaVo KEY Laser
III, the KEY Laser 3+ or the KaVo DIAGNOdent.
When operated In dimmed mode, the LED lamp functions according to a dimmed hal‐
ogen lamp. The colour temperature is approx. 4,000 K and the composite can harden
prematurely. This can have a negative impact on the durability of the treatment.
The COMPOsave modes prevents the composite from hardening prematurely. As op‐
posed to the dimmed light, the blue components of the light are filtered in the process.
Therefore the composite can be processed longer in COMPOsave mode.
▶ Press the "Mode/colour temperature" button
ð The treatment light switches from COMPOsave mode to dimmed normal light.
▶ Press the "Mode/colour temperature" button once again.
ð The treatment light switches back to COMPOsave mode.
ð The COMPOsave mode can be recognised by the yellow light.
Switch on COMPOsave mode
When operated In dimmed mode, the LED lamp functions according to a dimmed hal‐
ogen lamp. The colour temperature is approx. 4,000 K and the composite can harden
prematurely. This can have a negative impact on the durability of the treatment.
The COMPOsave modes prevents the composite from hardening prematurely. As op‐
posed to the dimmed light, the blue components of the light are filtered in the process.
Therefore the composite can be processed longer in COMPOsave mode.
Note
The COMPOsave mode switches on. when the "Dim operating light" button is acti‐
vated. The light can be dimmed in COMPOsave mode.
Sensor KaVoLUX 540 LED
▶ Press the "operating light" button.
or
▶ Hold your hand in front of the sensor for 2 sec.
ð The COMPOsave mode or dimmed light switches on.
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ð The COMPOsave mode can be recognised by the yellow light.
▶ Press the "Dim operating light" button once again.
or
▶ Hold your hand in front of the sensor for 2 sec.
ð The treatment light switches back to normal light mode.
Setting the brightness of the dimmer
Note
The brightness of the light is set in five stages using the "Dim treatment light" key.
Note
The time it takes for composites to harden is dependent on the brightness or the
effective radiation intensity of the light: The processing time is reduced with increas‐
ing brightness / effective radiation intensity. The processing time for composites is
prolonged with reducing brightness / effective radiation intensity.
▶ Press and hold down the "Dim operating light" button.
ð Brightness is increased in five stages.
▶ Release the "Dim operating light" button when the desired brightness is achieved.
Set colour temperature
Note
The colour temperature of the treatment light KaVoLUX 540 LED T can be is set
between five stages with the "Mode/Colour temperature" button. The visual percep‐
tion of the teeth can be adapted or enhanced by changing the colour temperature.
4.000 to 4.500 Kelvin: similarity to halogen light
5.500 Kelvin: daylight quality
▶ Press and hold down the "Mode/colour temperature" button
ð Colour temperature changes in five steps.
▶ Release the button when the desired colour temperature is achieved.
Turning the laser mode On and Off
Note
The "laser mode" function is available only from the following version:
- Operating light V1.2.1
Older versions must be updated prior to download.
Note
Falsified colour reproduction: the laser mode only possesses a restricted spectrum
output. Therefore a colour comparison should not be carried out in laser mode.
In laser mode, another light mode is generated, which has no negative influence on
the KaVo KEY Laser III, the KEY Laser 3+ or the KaVo DIAGNOdent.
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Sensor KaVoLUX 540 LED
▶ Press the „operating light“ button and the "operating light dimming" button on the
operating light simultaneously.
ð The laser mode switches on.
ð Laser mode is activated: the operating light shines for 1 second in green and then
changes to a white light.
or
▶ Hold your hand in front of the sensor for 3 sec.
ð The laser mode switches on.
ð Laser mode is activated: the operating light switches initially in COMPOsave mode
and then shines for 1 second in green and then changes to a white light.
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Operation of the 3D joint
▶ Turn the switching ring to the left until it snaps into place.
ð Treatment light can be rotated 45° to the left or 45° to the right.
▶ Turn the switching ring to the right and it will spring back to its original position.
ð If the treatment light is turned to the centre position (zero position), it will automati‐
cally lock into place in the centre position.
4.9.3 Using the illumination functions for EDI and MAIA
▶ Press the "operating light" key briefly to turn the operating light on or off.
4.9.4 Using the X-ray viewer
▶ Press the "X-ray viewer" key to turn the X-ray viewer on or off.
4.9.5 Using the bell
▶ Press the "Bell" key to activate the bell relay.
ð The bell relay is activated for as long as the key is being pressed.
4.9.6 Using the timer
▶ Press the "Timer" key briefly to start or stop the timer.
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ð LED flashes while the timer counts down.
Setting the timer
▶ Press the "Timer" key for an extended period of time to start the timer program‐
ming mode. The programming mode can be started in the stand-by menu only.
S1
S2
S3
S4
Key
Settings
S1
Saves the parameters.
Quits the programming mode.
S2
Changes the value.
S3
Changes the value.
S4
Switches counter/timer function.
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4 Operation | 4.10 Operating the foot switch
4.10 Operating the foot switch
4.10.1 General functions
The footswitches of the foot control have two functions. The function of the control de‐
pends on whether an instrument is in its holder or whether it has been removed.
See also:
2 Foot control
4.10.2 Positioning the patient chair with the foot control
See also:
2 Automatic positioning of patient chair
2 Position the dental chair using the button cross or 4-way switch
4.10.3 Preselect dentist
Requirement
All instruments are in their holder.
▶ Hold down the foot pedal and press the stirrup switch.
ð Each time the stirrup switch is pressed, the selection advances to the next dentist
(dentist 1 to 6).
The number of dentists can be set in the user menu.
Two dentists are set as the default.
4.10.4 Start and regulate instruments
▶ Remove the handpiece (such as turbine, motor) from the holder.
ð The handpiece is active.
▶ Press the foot pedal.
ð The removed handpiece runs at the set speed or intensity.
▶ Changing speed or intensity with the foot pedal.
ð The left stop corresponds to the minimum speed/intensity.
ð The right stop corresponds to the maximum speed/intensity.
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4.10.5 Setting the cooling condition
▶ Remove the handpiece (e.g., turbine, motor) from the holder.
ð The handpiece is active.
▶ Press "Preselected spray" footswitch.
ð The cooling status is switched each time the foot switch is pressed: spray air spray.
ð The cooling status is displayed on the dentist and assistant element.
4.10.6 Activating blown air (optional)
▶ Remove the handpiece (such as turbine, motor) from the holder.
ð The handpiece is active.
▶ Press the "Blown air" foot-operated button.
ð As long as the foot-operated button is pressed, blown air exits from the removed
handpiece (does not apply to PiezoLED).
4.10.7 Preselect counterclockwise motor rotation
▶ Take motor off the holder.
ð The handpiece is active.
▶ Slide the cross switch upward.
ð The direction of motor rotation is reversed each time the cross-switch is actuated:
counterclockwise rotation - clockwise rotation.
ð The direction of motor rotation is displayed on the dentist element.
4.10.8 Adjusting the instrument light
▶ Slide the cross switch to the right. (spotlight function)
ð Cold light "On" (even if Cold light "Off" is preselected).
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▶ Slide the cross switch to the left.
ð Change the cold light status: "On/Off".
4.10.9 Using CONEXIOcom (fee-based additional option)
No
Setting
①
U-shaped switch
Discard image/video
Press briefly - deletes the selected image/video
Press long - all images/videos in the clipboard are deleted
②
Previous image/video
Select previous image/video
③
Next image/video
Select next image/video
④
Screen display
The number of displayed images (Split View) is reduced:
The live image is always shown as the last image in split view.
⑤
Screen display
The number of displayed images (Split View) is increased:
The live image is always shown as the last image in split view
⑥
Capture Mode
Toggles between the recording modes, video recording and image recording
⑦
Screen display
Toggles between full screen and normal view
⑧
Save image/video
Press briefly - freezes the live image
Press long - saves the live image directly.
If no patient is selected, the images are stored directly under "unassigned patient".
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Note
If no patient is selected, the images stay in the "Swap Tray" and are not saved per‐
manently. As soon as a patient is selected, these temporary data in the "Swap Dry‐
ing" are deleted. When an active patient is logged off (or a new patient is logged on)
in CONEXIO, a query is shown asking whether the images shall be deleted or
saved. Data deleted at this point cannot be restored subsequently.
4.11 Using instruments
Note
Consult the pertinent separate instructions for information regarding the installation,
use and servicing of the individual handpieces (such as the turbine, PIEZOsoft, Sat‐
elec Mini LED, etc.).
4.11.1 Setting spray air and spray water
The adjusting screws for spray air and spray water are situated on the underside of
the table and correspond to the handpiece that is actually connected.
For KaVo Midwest handpieces, spray air and spray water are pre-set suitable at the
factory such that no re-adjustment is required.
2
1
3
▶ Use the short adjusting screw ② on the control valve to adjust the spray air.
ð Counterclockwise rotation (seen from below) increases the flow rate.
▶ Use the long adjusting screw ① on the control valve to adjust the spray water.
ð Counterclockwise rotation (seen from below) increases the flow rate.
Borden handpieces
Note
In the case of Borden handpieces, the drive air needs to be adjusted for each hand‐
piece by a Service Technician using adjusting screw ③. The adjustment can be
made using the measuring set Mat. no. 0.4179807 (Mat. no. 10039374) or the test
manometer for Borden handpieces Mat. no. 04118531.
4.11.2 Using suction hoses
▶ Remove the spray mist suction device and/or saliva ejector from the holder.
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ð The spray mist suction device and/or saliva ejector is turned on automatically and
turned off when it is replaced in the holder.
The suction flow of the saliva ejector or spray mist suction device can be reduced or
blocked with the slide valves integrated in the handpieces.
1
2
3
6
5
4
6
5
▶ Move the slide valve completely upward.
ð The slide valve is open: maximum suction.
▶ Move the slide valve down all the way.
ð The slide valve is closed: no suction.
Note
Connectors for the spray mist suction and the saliva ejector without slider as well as
reducing pieces for the spray mistsuction are available as accessories.
▪ Cannula holder, short, for spray mist ejector ② (Mat. no. 0.764.5783)
▪ Cannula holder, long, for spray mist ejector ② (Mat. no. 0.764.5853)
▪ Cannula holder, short, for saliva ejector ① (Mat. no. 0.764.5863)
▪ Cannula adapter, reducing handpiece to 7 mm ② (Mat. no. 0.764.5873)
▪ Cannula adapter, reducing handpiece to 11 mm ② (Mat. no. 0.764.5883)
Vacuum stop
CAUTION
Danger of backflow
Swallowing or choking hazard for the patient
▶ Only actuate the vacuum stop when the suction cannula is not in the patient's
mouth.
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Note
Vacu-Stop is available in combination with Venturi suction, external wet suction sys‐
tem, and suction valve.
When the base switch is actuated, the suction of the removed hose is stopped.
① Vacu-Stop
4.11.3 Using triple-function handpieces
CAUTION
Cannulas that are worn, not screwed in or not locked into place.
Injury from swallowing the cannula.
▶ Before each treatment, ensure that the cannula is properly locked or screwed into
place and firmly seated.
▶ Use original KaVo cannulas only.
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CAUTION
Risk of injury from touching the cheek with the handpiece.
Irritation of the mucosa.
▶ Rotate the cannula of the handpiece into an operating position where there is no
contact of the mucosa.
Triple function handpiece One
① Cannula
② Water button (green ring)
③ Air button (blue ring)
④ Handpiece and hose
Triple-function handpiece
① Air button (A)
② Cannula
③ Gripping sleeve
④ Water button (W)
⑤ Ring blue
Note
The cannulas can be rotated 360o..
▶ Remove the turbine from the holder.
▶ Press the air button ① and continuously increase or decrease the exiting air flow
by applying more or less pressure on the air button ①.
or
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▶ Press the water button ④ and continuously increase or decrease the exiting water
jet by applying more or less pressure on the water button ④.
or
▶ Simultaneously press the air button ① and water button ④ and continuously in‐
crease or decrease the exiting spray by applying more or less pressure on the two
buttons.
Removing the cannulas
▶ Hold the valve body of the triple-function handpiece and screw off the cannula.
4.11.4 Using the PIEZOsoft/PiezoLED
CAUTION
Handpiece inserts can be damaged from long-term use, or when dropped or bent.
They cannot be guaranteed to function properly.
Injury from insert breakage.
▶ Check the handpiece inserts before each use.
CAUTION
Sharp-edged tips.
Risk of injury.
▶ When not in use, always keep the supplied torque wrench attached to the tip!
Note
Please comply with the enclosed "PIEZOsoft/PiezoLED" Instructions for Use.
Controlled through the menu
See also:
2 4.8.5.2 PIEZOsoft/PiezoLED, Page 65
Operation with the foot control
▶ Press the foot pedal.
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4 Operation | 4.12 Using the KL 703 LED in ENDO mode (optional accessory)
ð The PIEZOsoft/PiezoLED works at the pre-set intensity.
▶ To adjust the intensity, press the foot pedal and move it to the side.
4.12 Using the KL 703 LED in ENDO mode (optional accessory)
4.12.1 General information
Note
The endo drive can only be operated with the INTRA LUX KL 703 LED.
INTRA LUX KL 703 LED
CAUTION
Use of impermissible filing systems.
Do not use impermissible filing systems which can damage the product or cause per‐
sonal injury.
▶ Only use approved NiTi filing system with a conicity >2% that are suitable for rota‐
ry preparation.
▶ Only use files with shafts in conformance with DIN EN ISO 1797-1, DIN EN ISO
1797-2, DIN EN ISO 3630-1 and DIN EN ISO 3630-2 having a shaft diameter of
2.334 to 2.350 mm
▶ Follow manufacturer's instructions (mode of operation, speed, torque levels, tor‐
sion resistance, etc.), and use the files according to their intended use.
CAUTION
Use of damaged files.
Injury to the patient or damage to the medical device.
▶ Before preparing each root canal, insert a dental dam for safety reasons.
▶ Before each use, the files must be checked for possible signs of material fatigue,
deformation or excessive stress and if such signs appear, they must be replaced.
CAUTION
Incorrect transmission ratio.
Damage from incorrect speed / incorrect torque.
▶ Only use KaVo 1:1 reducing shanks 20LH or 20LP with 1:1 INTRA LUX head L68
B (Mat. no. 1.008.1834) or 3:1 INTRA LUX head L66 BU (Mat. no. 1.008.1831).
CAUTION
Excessive torque.
Injury or damage to instruments.
▶ Use root canal instruments in ENDO mode only.
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Technical specifications for the KL 703 LED in ENDO mode
Note
The technical specifications apply to the KL 703 LED in ENDO mode.LED
Speed range
up to 6,000 rpm
Maximal torque
2.5 Ncm
Operating mode
Note
30 seconds operating time/9 minutes pause is the potential load threshold of the
motor (full load at maximum speed).
In practice, pulse loads lasting seconds or pause times lasting seconds or minutes are
realistic given that the maximum possible motor current is not normally reached. This
equates to the dentist's normal way of working.
4.12.2 Open ENDO mode
▶ Remove the endomotor INTRA LUX KL 703 LED from the holder.
▶ Press the "Additional motor drives" key.
ð The display switches to the "ENDO" menu.
The device exits from Endo mode as soon as the INTRA LUX KL 703 LED endomotor
is returned to the holder. The Endo mode is activated automatically once the endomo‐
tor is removed, providing that the Endo mode was previously ended by putting the en‐
domotor back in place.
Note
The device does not automatically start when endo mode was left by pressing the
"Motorised auxiliary drives" button, or if endo mode has never been activated since
the last time the unit was turned on.
A service technician can deactivate the automated start.
Note
Before using the endomotor, always check the speed and transfer ratio.
S1
S2
S3
S4
Parameters
Values
Transmission factor
1:1, 3:1
Parameter memory
P1,P2,P3,P4,P5,P6
Torque mode
TQ-Ctrl, Autoreverse, AutoRev/Forw.
Direction of motor rotation
R, L
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Parameters
Values
Speed
100 to 6,000 rpm
Torque
Transmission ratio 1:1: 0.15 to 2.50 Ncm
Transmission ratio 3:1: 0.4 to 8.0 Ncm
CAUTION
Incorrectly set parameters.
Injury or property damage from incorrect input values.
▶ Check all input values before use.
4.12.3 Set torque mode
Three different torque modes are available:
▪ Autoreverse
▪ Torque Control only
▪ Autorev / Forward
▶ Press the "Up" or "Down" key to select the desired torque mode.
ð The torque mode is shown on the display and is effective immediately.
Torque mode Torque Control only
▶ Press the foot pedal.
ð The motor starts by rotating clockwise (if not selected otherwise).
The torque is limited to the set threshold. The speed reduces until it stops depending
on the load.
The direction of rotation is always to the right.
A tone sounds when the set torque threshold is reached.
▶ Push 4-way button on the foot control upward in order to switch to counterclock‐
wise rotation.
Torque mode Autorev / Forward
▶ Press the foot pedal.
ð The motor starts by rotating clockwise (if not selected otherwise)
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When the set torque is reached, a signal sound is emitted, and the motor switches to
counterclockwise rotation. After the set time, the motor automatically reverts to clock‐
wise rotation. The time can be set in the option menu (Option 3).
See also:
2 ENDO menu, Page 0
Note
The motor's rotational direction can be reversed with the cross-switch on the foot‐
switch in all torque modes.
▶ To stop this, release the foot pedal.
▶ Press the foot pedal.
ð The motor rotates clockwise again.
4.12.4 Changing settings in the menu
See also:
2 ENDO menu (optional)
4.12.5 Leaving ENDO Mode
▶ Press the "Additional motor drives" key.
or
▶ Place the INTRA LUX KL 703 LED back in the holder.
Note
If the unit was switched to "Instant ENDO" mode, ENDO mode is only interrupted
when the ENDO motor is placed in the holder, and it is continued when the ENDO
motor is removed.
The function can be set by the service technician.
See also:
2 Call up ENDO mode
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4.13 Use USB interface
CAUTION
Electrical power.
Electrical shock.
▶ Set up the external PC outside of the patient environment keeping a minimal dis‐
tance of 1.5 m.
▶ Connect the PC and equipment connected to the PC in accordance with IEC
60601-1 / 60950.
CAUTION
Electrical power.
Electrical shock from incorrectly connecting a non-medical system to the USB interfa‐
ces of the device.
▶ Connect any IT device to the medical system in accordance with IEC 60601-1.
▶ Use USB devices with no additional power supply (USB-powered) only.
▶ Applied parts connected to the USB interface of the dentist element must comply
with the requisite insulation.
▶ USB-powered devices failing to meet the requisite insulation for applied parts
must be placed appropriately such that direct contact of the USB device and the
patient is excluded.
▶ It is not permissible to touch USB-powered devices failing to meet the requisite
insulation for applied parts and the patient at the same time.
The treatment unit may be fitted with up to three USB ports. Camera interfaces are sit‐
uated on the underside of the dentist element (T-table) or in the dentist element (Stable). Only the cameras approved/enclosed in the delivery by KaVo may be connec‐
ted to these interfaces.
The USB port in the back is connected directly to the back-of-the-head PC (in the
presence of the corresponding wiring). USB devices meeting the specifications listed
above can be connected to this interface. To use USB devices that have been con‐
nected, it may be necessary to install a suitable driver software on the back-of-thehead PC.
Getting the USB ports ready for use
▶ To run an USB device, connect the USB port in the terminal box of the treatment
centre to an external back-of-the-head PC. Use one or maximally two USB exten‐
sion cables 5 m (Mat. no. 1.004.6953) according to need.
▶ USB devices connected to the dentist element must meet the USB standards,
USB 1.0, 1.1 or 2.0, and consume max. 500 mA of electrical power.
4.14 Using the camera
See also:
2 Instructions for Use ERGOcam One
See also:
2 Instructions for Use DIAGNOcam 2170 U
4.15 Using the screen
See also:
2 Instructions for use Screen One
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5 Preparation methods DIN EN ISO 17664
5 Preparation methods DIN EN ISO 17664
Note
The preparation methods can be found in the care instructions.
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6 Accessories and kits | 6.1 Device
6 Accessories and kits
6.1 Device
Name
Description
Water inlet block
Without DVGW permit.
With water filter and pressure controller.
Water bottle
For a water supply for tumbler and handpieces inde‐
pendent of the public water supply.
External wet suction sys‐
tem with bowl valve
Suction handpieces and bowl valve are suctioned cen‐
trally.
External wet suction sys‐
tem, direct discharge with
no bowl valve
Suction handpieces are suctioned centrally.
Venturi suction system
Compressed air-operated saliva ejector
Venturi suction system
Compressed air-operated spray mist
Operating light KaVoLUX
540 LED T / EDI / MAIA
Operating light.
Tray support
For the small handpiece tray.
Warm water heater
Heats the tumbler water.
Low-pressure regulator
Regulator for suction air when the suction vacuum is too
high.
Intensive germ reduction,
manual
Intensive germ reduction with increased Oxygenal 6 dos‐
ing
See also:
2 PA ESTETICA E30
Electrical water shut-off
Water pressure shut-down during off-times
6.2 Dental chair
Name
Description
Armrest
The armrest can be swung up to make it easier for the
patient to get in and out.
Child’s seat
For paediatric treatment.
Trendelenburg (optional)
Bench movement synchronous to backrest
6.3 Assistant unit
Name
Description
Satelec Mini LED and
KaVo Poly One
LED polymerisation light.
Triple-function handpiece
One / triple-function hand‐
piece
Handpiece featuring air, water, no heating, and no cold
light.
6.4 Dentist element
Name
Description
Air handpiece hose
For connection of turbine and SONICflex and all hand‐
pieces fitting on the multiflex coupling.
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Name
Description
Borden hose
For Borden (2-hole) handpieces.
Assembly kit INTRA LUX
motor KL 703 LED
Brushless motor with light.
Assembly kit INTRA LUX
motor KL 701
Brushless motor with light.
Triple function handpiece
One / triple function hand‐
piece
Handpiece featuring air, water, no heating, and no cold
light.
PiezoLED
Handpiece with LED light for removal of dental calculus
with Scaler tip sets.
PIEZOsoft
Handpiece without light for removal of dental calculus
with tip sets, Scaler / Paro / Endo / Prep.
X-ray viewer 1440
For installation on the light mounting pole.
X-ray viewer 5x5
For image size of 5 x 5 cm (install on left or right side of
dentist element).
Tray holder for a standard Standard tray, US tray, and/or 2x-standard trays (install
tray / US tray / 2x-standard on left or right side of dentist element).
tray
Torque control (endo)
Drive for endodontic treatment.
Chip blower (optional)
Sets the preset blown air at the handpiece (does not ap‐
ply to PiezoLED and PIEZOsoft).
Patient communication:
Control of the display of previously recorded and saved
images and videos.
▪ Screen One
▪ DIAGNOcam 2170 U
▪ ERGOcam One
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7 Safety checks - testing instructions
7.1 Introduction
7.1.1 General instructions
Note
The safety checks may only be carried out by one or more electricians (as defined
in IEC 61140) who have received appropriate training for the device to be inspec‐
ted.
Note
The contents and specified tests in this document are based on the international
standard IEC 62353 (DIN VDE 0751-1). This standard applies to testing and inspec‐
tions of medical electrical devices or medical electrical systems, which are defined
in IEC 60601-1 (DIN EN 60601-1).
Note
In order to evaluate the safety of medical devices, systems or components of medi‐
cal devices or systems, the safety checks must be carried out at the times specified
below:
▶ Prior to first use
▶ during servicing
▶ during inspections and maintenance
▶ following service and maintenance
▶ on the occasion of repeat testing
Note
In the case of devices that have not been manufactured in accordance with IEC
60601-1, (DIN EN 60601-1) these requirements can be employed taking the man‐
datory safety standards for the production of these devices into consideration.
Note
If the unit comprises several electrical devices or electrical devices from several
manufacturers that are connected to a system in connection with the KaVo dental
unit, the manufacturer data contained in the instructions for use for all products sub‐
ject to safety controls must also be observed.
Note
Accessories to ME devices that could have an impact on the safety of the device to
be tested or the measured results must be included in the safety checks.
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Note
All tests concerning the included safety checks of accessories must be documen‐
ted.
Note
Furthermore, the manufacturer data contained in the instructions for use must be
adhered to in all products to be tested and inspected.
Note
KaVo offers a medical device book for keeping an inventory and recording essential
master data on the medical device. The medical device book is only available in
German (Mat. no. 0.789.0480).
Note
The following tests and measurements must be documented, for example in the
medical device book. We recommend using the templates at the end of the docu‐
ment
Note
The sequence of testing recommended by the manufacturer must be followed.
7.1.2 Notes for medical electrical systems
Note
An ME System is the combination of individual devices (as defined by manufactur‐
ers) that must meet the following conditions:
▶ At least one of these devices must be a medical electrical device.
▶ The devices must be functionally connected or at least they should be connec‐
ted by the application of a multiple socket outlet.
Note
With ME systems, the person responsible for putting the system together must em‐
ploy the necessary measuring parameters and measuring procedures defined in
IEC 60601-1 (DIN EN 60601-1).
Note
Each individual device in an ME system, which has a separate connection to the
power supply network, or which can be connected to or separated from the power
supply network without the aid of a tool, must be checked individually. Moreover,
the ME system must be checked as one unit to avoid the situation, in which the „ag‐
ing“ of individual devices lead to unacceptable values in sum.
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Note
An ME system that is connected to the supply network by means of a multiple sock‐
et outlet must be treated as one device during checks and testing.
Note
If the ME system or part of the system is connected to the supply network by means
of a isolating transformer, the transformer must be included in the measurements.
Note
In ME systems, in which more than one ME device are interconnected via data lines
or otherwise, e. g. via electrically conductive attachments or coolant tubes, the earth
wire resistance of every single device must be checked.
Note
If it should be impossible to check single ME devices that are functionally connected
to an ME system individually for technical reasons, the ME-System must be
checked as a whole.
7.1.3 Essential parts of the safety check
Visual inspection
Optical appraisal of the safe and usable condition of the medical device and its acces‐
sories.
Measurements
▪ Measurement of the earth wire resistance in accordance with IEC 62353 (DIN
VDE 0751-1)
▪ Measurement of the leakage current of the device EUL in accordance with IEC
62353 (DIN VDE 0751-1)
▪ Measurement of the leakage current of the user part EPL in accordance with IEC
62353 (DIN VDE 0751-1)
Note
A measurement of the isolation resistance in accordance with IEC 62353 (DIN VDE
0751-1) need not be carried out. This check is covered by the measurement of the
leakage current on application of a prescribed safety tester defined in IEC 62353
(DIN VDE 0751-1) Annex C!
Functional test
Medical device function test as well as testing of all safety shutdowns with reference to
accompanying documentation/ instructions for use.
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7.1.4 Testing intervals
▪ Check every 2 years in accordance with Type II
7.1.5 Notes on the test method in accordance with IEC 62353
▪ Protection class 1
▪ Type BF
▪ The device is firmly connected / threshold: SL < 0,3 Ω
▪ Measurement according to EUL / threshold: < 10mA*
▪ Measurement according to EGA / threshold: < 5 mA
*The EUL threshold is compatible with the value defined in IEC 60601 (DIN EN
60601), taking comment 2 from table 2 into consideration.
7.1.6 Notes on repeat testing
Note
The value determined in these tests must be documented and evaluated together
with the measuring processes. The measured values may not overshoot the speci‐
fied values.
Note
Comparisons with previous measurements must be carried out if the measured val‐
ues undershoot the threshold values by more than 10 %. The test intervals should
be reduced if a deterioration in values is determined!
7.2 Instructions for safety checks
7.2.1 Preparatory measures to be undertaken on the device
WARNING
Electrical power.
Death or injury from electric shock.
▶ Before servicing, pull the mains plug out of the socket or completely disconnect
the device from the power to de-energise it!
▶ After conversion, check the electrotechnical safety in accordance with IEC 62353
(DIN VDE 0751-1).
▶ Turn off the main switch before any servicing work.
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▶ Lift the upholstery at the foot end ① and remove from the chair.
▶ Remove two screws ② from the cover of the junction box.
▶ Take the cover off proceeding in upward direction.
7.2.2 Visual inspection (inspection by examination)
Check the following points in advance:
▪ Has the equipment of the ME device or the ME system been changed since the
last inspection?
▪ Was the change documented and approved (test protocol, STK)?
▪ Are there any indications of insufficient safety?
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Check the ratings of fuses that are accessible from outside
▶ Verify whether the main fuse on the main switch ② of the unit complies with the
specified nominal data ①.
Visual inspection and appraisal of the medical device and accessories
The following list is an example and makes no claim of being complete.
Check the following items:
▪ Stability of the device
▪ No damage to the cladding or casing (cracks, breakage)
▪ Functioning of the carrier systems on dentist and assistant side, treatment lamp,
and display (brakes, height adjustment, etc.)
▪ Condition of the handpiece and suction hoses
▪ Condition of all installed application parts
▪ Condition of the control panels
▪ Condition of the threads for the fitting of tips to the ultrasound scaler handpiece
▪ Condition of the operating light
▪ Absence of leaks on the body of the device
▪ Condition of the power connection provided by the treatment centre
▪ Condition of air and water connections
▪ Any damage on the sight window and the casing of the camera ERGOcam
▪ Expiry date of the water bottle inserted in the BS water bottle not exceeded
Check of legibility and completeness of the safety-related labels
▶ Check if all safety-related markings (plates and labels) are present and legible.
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▶ Check if the rating plate and serial number plates are present and legible.
ESTETICA E30 and chair nameplate
2
1
Site for affixing the rating plate and serial number plate
① Serial number plate of the chair
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② Rating plate
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E30 TM
E30 S
Attachment locations for serial number plate and BF labelling
Control of the availability of the necessary documents
▶ Verify whether the required instructions for use and care instructions are available
in the surgery.
Note
Any irregularities determined in the visual inspection must be recorded in the test
protocol. It is essential to determine whether defects and deficiencies could have an
adverse impact on the safe operation of the unit. If the determined irregularities
present a safety hazard and cannot be rectified directly, the unit must be closed
down until the safe operation is restored.
7.2.3 Measurements
WARNING
Danger to persons due to a lack of care exercised during the safety checks and test‐
ing.
▶ Prior to connecting the treatment centre to the sight window, disconnect from the
mains supply network.
▶ Carry out all safety checks and tests in a manner that will ensure that there will be
no danger to the testing personnel, patients or other persons.
Note
The safety tester must comply with the requirements defined in IEC 62353 (DIN
VDE 0751-1), Annex C.
Note
If no other specifications have been made, all values relating to voltage and current
are effective values of alternating voltage, direct voltage or pulsating voltage res. al‐
ternating current, direct current or pulsating current.
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Note
Cables and wires e.g. supply cables, measuring circuits and data lines must be ar‐
ranged in such a manner that will ensure that their influence on measurements will
be restricted to a minimum.
Note
Connection cables such as data cables and cables for the functional earth could
simulate protective conductor connections. These types of supplementary but unin‐
tentional protective earth connections could lead to erroneous measurements.
Note
The following measuring aid can be ordered: KaVo measuring cable (Mat. no.
0.411.8811)
Using the measuring cable ① the unit is disconnected from the mains supply and con‐
nection of the treatment centre to the sight window is enabled. Hence, the customerprovided mains supply L & N on the power input board need not be disconnected. The
adapter cable ② is included in the delivery of the KaVo measuring cable and is re‐
quired for older treatment centres that are not equipped with an X2 connector.
Connecting the safety tester to KaVo measuring cables on the
treatment centre
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▶ Disconnect plug X2 from the unit control and plug it into the matching connector
X2 of the KaVo measuring cable (Mat. no. 0.411.8811).
▶ Connect the second plug X2 of the KaVo measuring cable to the unit control (X2).
▶ Insert the protective contact plug of the KaVo measuring cable into the sight win‐
dow.
Connecting the safety tester without the KaVo measuring cable to the
treatment centre.
1
① Protective earth conductor terminal
(PE)
▶ Switch L + N of the on-site power supply cord to be voltage-free.
▶ Disconnect L + N on terminals X8.L Mains (mains supply) and X8.N Mains (mains
supply).
▶ Connect the safety tester directly to terminals X8.L Mains (mains supply) and
X8.N Mains (mains supply) and protective earth conductor terminal (PE).
Note
The main switch of the ME device / ME system must be turned on during measure‐
ment.
Connect the application parts [AP] to the safety tester:
▶ Connect ① to ③ to the safety tester.
▶ Connect the safety tester to additional measuring points AP X.
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Note
Additional measuring points AP X must be taken into consideration in the presence
of accessories: e.g. accessories such as PIEZO ultrasound scaler, HF surgery etc.
See also:
2 Annex - Additional measuring points, Page 0
Connect accessible conductive parts [ACP] with PE
ACP = accessible conductive parts
ACP
ACP
Note
Additional measuring points ACP X must be taken into consideration in the pres‐
ence of accessories: e.g. accessories such as saline pump etc.
See also:
2 Annex - Additional measuring points, Page 0
ACPs on the treatment centre
No ACPs need to be connected to the protective conductor (PE) during the measure‐
ment on the treatment unit ESTETICA E30, as all relevant parts are connected to the
PE and included in the test before they leave the factory.
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ACPs on treatment lamps
No ACPs need to be connected to the treatment lights during the measurement with
the protective conductor (PE) because all relevant parts have already been connected
with the protective conductor (PE) in the factory and are included in the test.
Measure protective conductor resistance
Threshold:
< 0,3 Ω (maximum value!)
Note
The integrity of the power supply cable, in particular the protective earth wire of the
power cable must be ensured. As this is a fixed installation, the evaulation can be
conducted by means of a visual inspection. If damage is determined, the further
procedure to be taken is specified in the general instructions.
Note
In this measurement the resistance of the protective earth connection of the supply
network can be taken into consideration.
Note
If applicable: all removable supply connection lines, which are retained for use,
should be taken into consideration and the respective PE measured.
Protective earth measurement
The protective conductor resistance must be measured at the following parts of the
device:
▪ Treatment centre
▪ Treatment lamp
▪ Accessories
Note
Additional measuring points SL X need to be taken into consideration in the pres‐
ence of accessories: e.g. if accessories are connected, connection to external devi‐
ces, camera module of the multimedia system, etc.
See also:
2 Annex - Additional measuring points, Page 0
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Scan the treatment centre with the test tip
Measuring points on the device base
① Surroundings of the protective earth
conductor terminal
② Main switch holding plate
③ Stand cover base plate
④ Top part of the chair
⑤ Foot control floor plate (bottom side)
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▶ Slide cover ① in upward direction.
Standard dental chair measuring points
▶ Check firm seating of the PE headless screw ②.
▶ Scan headless screw ② with the measuring probe.
① Dentist element S: installation site of
the tray holder
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① Assistant element: fastening screw on
bottom side of assistant element
Scan the treatment lamp with the test tip
Operating light KaVoLUX 540 LED U
① Fastening screw of the handle support
when the gripping sleeve has been re‐
moved
Operating light EDI/MAIA
No measuring points need to be scanned on the operating lights EDI and MAIA.
Touch monitor with test tip
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▶ Touch measuring point ① with the test tip.
or
▶ Sample the measuring point ② after removing the display cover.
Measure protective conductor resistance of accessories
See also:
2 Annex - Additional measuring points, Page 0
Measure equivalent unit leakage current
Threshold:
< 10 mA (maximum value!)
ACP
Protection class 1
WARNING
Electrical power.
Death or injury from electric shock.
▶ Conduct test for leakage current in devices of Protection Class 1 only after the
protective earth test has been passed.
WARNING
Electrical power.
Death or injury from electric shock.
▶ Prior to connecting the treatment centre to the sight window, disconnect the treat‐
ment unit from the mains supply network.
Measure equivalent patient leakage current
Threshold:
< 5 mA (maximum )
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ACP
Protection class 1
WARNING
Electrical power.
Death or injury from electric shock.
▶ Conduct test for leakage current in devices of Protection Class 1 only after the
protective earth test has been passed.
WARNING
Electrical power.
Death or injury from electric shock.
▶ Prior to connecting the treatment centre to the sight window, disconnect the treat‐
ment unit from the mains supply network.
Note
In the testing of ME devices with several application parts, the parts must be con‐
nected in succession. The measured results must be evaluated using the threshold
values. Application parts, which are not included in the measurement, remain open.
Note
An additional measurement of the leakage current from type B application parts
need only be carried out if this is specified by the manufacturer (see accompanying
documents).
Note
A separate measurement is not usually required for type B application parts. The
application parts are connected to the casing (see diagram) and included in the
measurement of the leakage current of the casing, whereby the same reliable val‐
ues are applicable.
7.2.4 Functional test
The following conditions must be fulfilled in all function tests:
▪ The basic function of the treatment centre must be guaranteed.
▪ The treatment centre must be fit for use.
▪ It must not exhibit any irregularities, noise or abrasion etc.
The following list is an example and makes no claim of being complete.
▪ Function test of the safety circuits (see diagram below)
▪ Functioning of the master switch of the device
▪ Functioning of the displays
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▪ Function test of the holder switch of the dentist and assistant element
▪ Functional test of the 3F handpiece – seating of the cannula
▪ Functional test of operating light
▪ Function test of the suction hoses
▪ Function test of the foot control
▪ Function of the chair:
- Travel on all axes
- Testing of the limit switches
▪ Functional test ...
5
Pos.
no.
Safety switch-off actu‐
ated
①
Bracket on the foot con‐
trol
②
Assistant element
③
Backrest
④
Kickplate
⑤
Seat
For right/left conversion
with bench removed
LED on assistant ele‐
ment
7.2.5 Assessment and documentation
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Note
All tests conducted must be documented comprehensively. The documents must
contain at least the following particulars:
▶ Name of the test centre
▶ Name of the test engineer
▶ Name of the tested device (e. g. type, serial number)
▶ Tests and measurements
▶ Data, type and measured results of the visual inspections
▶ Data, type and measured results
▶ Data, type and measured results of function tests
▶ Measuring/test equipment including SN/test equipment number and calibration
period
▶ Final evaluation
▶ Name, date and signature of test engineer
There is a copy of a test report template at the end of chapter STK. KaVo recom‐
mends the use of this template.
Note
Following testing, maintenance or adjustment, it must be verified whether the ME
device or ME system has been restored to the state that is required for the intended
usage before it is employed once again.
Note
If the safety of the tested ME device or ME system has not been established, e.g.
the tests have not been completed with positive results, the device or system must
be marked accordingly and the potential hazard emanating from the device or sys‐
tem must be communicated in writing to the RESPONSIBLE ORGANISATION (to
the operator, as a rule). This action is not required if the cause of the malfunction
could be determined and rectified. The defect must be recorded in the protocol.
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8 Appendix - Additional measuring sites
Note
With reference to accessories, which are not listed here, the specifications of the
relevant instructions for use must be observed. Example: ERGOcam 5.
8.1 Additional scanning sites SL X in the protective conductor
measurement
Connecting third-party equipment
▶ Position the test tip on the middle contact ①.
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Ceiling adapter for operating light assembly kit
2
3
① Base plate for the ceiling adapter
② Surroundings of the protective con‐
ductor connector
③ Surroundings of the protective earth
conductor terminal
Touch monitor with test tip
▶ Touch measuring point ① with the test tip.
or
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▶ Sample the measuring point ② after removing the display cover.
8.2 Additional measuring sites AP X for EUL/EPL measurement
Scan the PIEZO ultrasonic scaler with test probe
1
Exemplary presentation of the measuring point on the PiezoLED ultrasonic scaler
① Test probe on ultrasonic scaler tip in
ultrasonic scaler handpiece
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9 Troubleshooting
Note
In case of malfunctions of the individual handpieces (e.g. turbine, motor, camera,
Satelec, Mini LED etc.), consult the separate instructions for the use and care of the
individual instruments.
Malfunction
Cause
Remedy
Nothing works.
Main switch is off.
▶ Turn on the main switch.
Main service fuse interrup‐
▶ Unplug the unit from the mains.
ted the electric circuit.
▶ Check and replace, if required, the main service
fuse.
The main service fuse is situated next to the mas‐
ter switch.
▶ For this purpose, open the bayonet closure with a
screwdriver and replace the fine-wire fuse (T 6.3 H
Mat. no. 0.223.2783).
▶ The re-close the bayonet closure with the screw‐
driver.
The patient chair does not The safety shutoff is acti‐
move.
vated.
▶ Check the safety shutoff and eliminate the reason
for the shutoff.
(The LED on the control
panel flashes.)
Display without indicator.
▶ Turn the device off and on.
Bus / hardware error.
▶ Call the service technician to look into the problem
if it continues to exist.
Operating device no func‐ Bus / hardware error.
▶ Turn the device off and on.
tion.
▶ Call the service technician to look into the problem
if it continues to exist.
Turbine making loud run‐
▶ Replace turbine wheels.
Follow the operating instructions for the turbine.
Turbine wheel faulty.
ning noises.
Satelec Mini LED / KaVo
Also refer to: Instructions
Poly One does not work.
for Use of the Satelec Mini
LED / KaVo Poly One
No cold light on the hand‐
Cold light not preselected.
▶ Preselect cold light.
pieces.
The high-pressure lamp or
▶ Replace the high-pressure lamp or Multi LED.
Also refer to: Instructions for Use of the handpiece
Multi LED on the hand‐
piece is defective.
No spray in the handpie‐
ces.
No spray preselected.
See also:
2 Instructions for Use of the handpiece
▶ Preselect spray.
Check setting on butterfly valves of the dentist ele‐
ment.
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Malfunction
Cause
Remedy
▶ Open the ring for controlling the spray on the hand‐
pieces.
ling the spray on the hand‐
Check setting on butterfly valves of the dentist ele‐
pieces.
ment.
Spray throttle Ws20 con‐
Close the ring for control‐
nected to control valve.
The main water valve in
▶ Open main valve.
the office is closed.
▶ Turn on the compressor.
The compressor is not
turned on.
No water in the tumbler
Water bottle is empty.
▶ Fill the water bottle.
and spittoon bowl
No air pressure in the unit.
▶ Turn on the compressor.
insufficient.
dirty/clogged.
▶ Clean the spray nozzles according to the accom‐
panying instrument operating instructions.
Leaks in instruments.
O-rings at MULTIflex or
▶ Replace O-rings.
Spray at the instruments is The spray nozzles are
motor coupling, gripping
sleeve or cannula of the tri‐
ple-function handpiece are
damaged.
PiezoLED or PIEZOsoft
PiezoLED or PIEZOsoft
without function.
not pivoting.
▶ Also refer to: Instructions for Use of the PIEZOsoft/
PiezoLED
The suction hoses do not
Slides on the conical sec‐
▶ Open the slide valve.
have any suction.
tions are closed.
Sieves in suction connec‐
▶ Replace sieves.
tor are blocked.
Base plate for vacu-stop
▶ Relieve base plate.
has been activated.
Suction machine not run‐
▶ Turn on the suction machine.
ning.
▶ Check the suction machine fuse.
Water in the return air fil‐
O-rings of the MULTIflex
▶ Replace all O-rings of the MULTIflex coupling.
ter.
coupling are damaged.
The operating light cannot Switch on the lamp head is ▶ Turn on the switch.
be switched on.
switched off.
ERGOcam/DIAGNOcam
PC is switched off.
▶ Turn on the computer.
does not work.
USB cable too long.
▶ Make sure that the cable length does not exceed
10 m (2 x 5 m passive with repeater).
No data transmission to
No or faulty ethernet con‐
▶ Notify network administrator.
the multimedia menu of the nection between dental
unit.
unit and office network.
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Malfunction
Cause
Remedy
Camera images shows im‐ Electrical or electromag‐
ages only as black/white
netic interference by other
images.
equipment.
Camera image freezes
Electrical or electromag‐
without the release button netic interference by other
▶ Restart the CONEXIO PC.
▶ Replace the camera in the holder and then take it
out again.
or foot control having been equipment.
triggered. Camera image
fails to return to live image
mode.
Camera image freezes
Electrical or electromag‐
▶ Restart the software.
without the release button netic interference by other
or foot control having been equipment.
triggered. Taking the cam‐
era out again did not solve
the problem.
Camera image freezes
Electrical or electromag‐
▶ Restart the treatment unit and the CONEXIO PC.
without the release button netic interference by other
or foot control having been equipment.
triggered. The monitor
turns itself off.
An acoustic signal is is‐
Leaking water switch rec‐
sued every second.
ognises leaking water.
▶ Remove water from the unit body. If necessary,
have a technician fixed the leak.
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10 Information about electromagnetic compatibility in accordance with
EN60601-1-2
10.1 Electromagnetic Transmissions
The ESTETICA E30 treatment unit is for use in an environment like the one cited be‐
low. The customer or user of the ESTETICA E30 should ensure that it is used in the
correct environment.
Measurements of emitted interfer‐
ence
Conformance
Electromagnetic environment Guidelines
HF emissions according to CISPR
11
Group 1
The ESTETICA E30 device uses HF
energy for its internal functions ex‐
clusively. Therefore, the HF emis‐
sion of the device is very low and in‐
terference with adjacent electronic
devices is unlikely.
HF emissions according to CISPR
11
Class B
The ESTETICA E30 device is suita‐
ble for use in all facilities including
residential ones, and facilities that
are directly connected to a public
power supply that also supplies resi‐
dential buildings.
Emission of harmonics according to Class A
EN 61000-3-2
The ESTETICA E30 device is suita‐
ble for use in all facilities including
residential ones, and facilities that
are directly connected to a public
power supply that also supplies resi‐
dential buildings.
Emission of voltage fluctuations/
flicker according to EN 61000-3-3
The ESTETICA E30 device is suita‐
ble for use in all facilities including
residential ones, and facilities that
are directly connected to a public
power supply that also supplies resi‐
dential buildings.
Conforms
10.2 Resistance to electromagnetic interference
The ESTETICA E30 treatment unit is for use in an environment like the one cited be‐
low. The customer or user of the ESTETICA E30 should ensure that it is used in the
correct environment.
Interference immunity tests EN 60601 test level
Compliance level
Electromagnetic environ‐
ment - Guidelines
Electrostatic discharge
(ESD) according to EN
61000-4-2
± 2/4/6 kV contact dis‐
charge
± 2/4/8 kV atmospheric
discharge
Floors should be made of
wood or concrete or be fit‐
ted with ceramic tiles. If the
floor is fitted with synthetic
material, the relative hu‐
midity must be at least
30%.
± 6 kV contact discharge
± 8 kV atmospheric dis‐
charge
Fast transient electrical in‐ ± 2 kV for power lines
± 2 kV for power lines
terference / bursts accord‐ ± 1 kV for input and output
ing to EN 61000-4-4
lines
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The quality of the supply
voltage should correspond
to that of a typical business
or hospital environment.
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tween portable and mobile HF telecommunications equipment and the treatment unit
Interference immunity tests EN 60601 test level
Compliance level
Electromagnetic environ‐
ment - Guidelines
Surges according to EN
61000-4-5
± 1 kV push-pull voltage
± 1 kV push-pull voltage
The quality of the supply
± 2 kV common mode volt‐ ± 2 kV common mode volt‐ voltage should correspond
age
age
to that of a typical business
or hospital environment.
Voltage interruptions,
short-term interruptions
and fluctuations of the sup‐
ply voltage according to
EN 61000-4-11
< 5% UT
(> 95% interruption)
for ½ period
40 % UT
(60% interruption)
for 5 periods
70 % UT
(30% interruption)
for 25 periods
< 5% UT
(> 95% interruption)
for 5 s
(250 periods)
< 5% UT
(> 95% interruption)
for ½ period
40 % UT
(60% interruption)
for 5 periods
70 % UT
(30% interruption)
for 25 periods
< 5% UT
(> 95% interruption)
for 5 s
(250 periods)
Magnetic field at a supply
frequency (50/60 Hz) ac‐
cording to EN 61000-4-8
3 A/m
3 A/m
The quality of the supply
voltage should correspond
to that of a typical business
or hospital environment. If
the user needs the ESTE‐
TICA E30 to work even if
the power supply is inter‐
rupted, we recommend
supplying energy to the
ESTETICA E30 from an
uninterruptible power sup‐
ply or battery.
Magnetic fields at the
mains frequency should
correspond to typical val‐
ues in a business and
hospital environment.
NOTE: V T is the alternating mains voltage before the test level is used.
10.3 Recommended safe distance between portable and mobile HF
telecommunications equipment and the treatment unit
The ESTETICA E30 is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment in which
the HF interference parameters are controlled. The customer or user of the ESTETICA
E30 can help prevent electromagnetic interference by maintaining the minimum clear‐
ance between portable and mobile HF telecommunication devices (transmitters) and
the ESTETICA E30 depending on the output of the communication device as indicated
below.
Safe distance depending on the transmission frequency:
Rated power of the trans‐
mitter in W
150 kHz to 80 MHz
d=1.17 P m
80 MHz to 800 MHz
d=1.17 P m
800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
d=2.33 P m
0.01
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.1
0.4
0.4
0.7
1
1.2
1.2
2.3
10
3.7
3.7
7.4
100
11.7
11.7
23.3
For transmitters whose maximum rated power is not in the above table, the recom‐
mended safe distance d in meters (m) can be calculated using the equation for the re‐
spective gap, where P is the maximum rated power of the transmitter in Watts (W) ac‐
cording to the manufacturer's information.
NOTE 1: At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2: These guidelines may not be applicable in every case. The spread of electro‐
magnetic waves is absorbed and reflected by buildings, objects and people.
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10.4 Immunity to electromagnetic interference
The treatment unitESTETICA E30 is designed for operation in an environment as
specified below. The customer or user of the ESTETICA E30 should make sure that
the device is used in an environment of the specified type.
Interference immunity
tests
EN 60601 test level
Compliance level
Wire-based HF interfer‐
ence according to EN
61000-4-6
Wireless HF interfer‐
ence according to EN
61000-4-3
3 Veff
3 Veff
150 kHz to 80 MHz
3 V/m
outside the ISM bandsa
V/m
80 MHz to 2.5 GHz
Electromagnetic environment Guidelines
Handheld and mobile wireless devi‐
ces should not be used at a shorter
distance from theESTETICA E30 in‐
cluding cables than the recommen‐
ded safe clearance calculated using
the appropriate equation for the
emission frequency.
Recommended safe distance:
d = 1.17 P
d= 1.17 P for 80 MHz to 800 MHz
d= 2.33 P for 800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
where P is the maximal nominal
power of the transmitter in watts
(W) as specified by the transmitter
manufacturer and d is the recom‐
mended safe clearance in metres
(m).
b
The field strength of stationary
wireless radio transmitters as meas‐
ured locallycshould be lower than
the conformance level at all fre‐
quencies.
d
Interference is possible in the vicin‐
ity of devices bearing the following
icon.
NOTE 1: At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2: These guidelines may not be applicable in every case. The spread of electro‐
magnetic waves is absorbed and reflected by buildings, objects and people.
a
The ISM frequency bands (for industrial, scientific, and medical applications) between
150 kHZ and 80 MHz are 6.765 MHz to 6.795 MHz; 13.553 MHz to 13.567 MHz;
26.957 MHz to 27.283 MHz, and 40.66 MHz to 40.70 MHz.
b
The compliance levels in the ISM frequency bands between 150 kHz and 80 MHz
and in the frequency range from 80 MHz to 2.5 GHz are intended to reduce the proba‐
bility of mobile/handheld communications facilities causing interference when they are
inadvertently introduced into the patient area. For this reason, the additional factor of
10/3 is applied in the calculation of the recommended safe clearances in these ranges
of frequencies.
c
The field strength of stationary transmitters, such as, e.g. base stations of mobile
phones and mobile terrestrial radio devices, amateur radio stations, AM and FM radio
and television transmitters, cannot be determined exactly based on theoretical consid‐
erations. A site study should be considered to determine the electromagnetic environ‐
ment in terms of stationary transmitters. If the measured field strength at the site, at
which the ESTETICA E30 is used, exceeds the compliance levels shown above, the
ESTETICA E30 should be monitored to demonstrate proper function. If any uncom‐
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terference
mon performance characteristics are observed, additional measures may be required,
such as, e.g., changing the orientation or using a different location for the ESTETICA
E30.
d
In the frequency range of 150 kHz to 80 MHz, the field strength should be less than
3V eff V/m.
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