OPERATION MANUAL

OPERATION MANUAL
Multi Function Ultrasonic Scaler
Varios 970
OPERATION MANUAL
Please read this Operation Manual carefully
before use, and file for future reference.
2012.04.20 005 S
OM-E0464E 002
Intended to Use
This product is designed only for dental clinic /dental office use. This device generates ultrasonic waves intended for use in
dental applications such as scaling, root canal treatment, periodontal and cavity preparation.
1.
Cautions for handling and operation
Read these cautions carefully and use only as intended or instructed.
Safety instructions are intended to avoid potential hazards that could result in personal injury or damage to the device.
Safety instructions are classified as follows in accordance with the seriousness of the risk.
Class
CAUTION
Degree of Risk
A hazard that could result in bodily injury or damage to the device if the safety instructions are not
followed.
A hazard that could result in light or moderate bodily injury or damage to the device if the safety
instructions are not followed.
NOTICE
General information needed to operate the device safely.
WARNING
WARNING
• TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK Do not unplug the power cord with wet hands.
• TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK Be sure to prevent water on the Control Unit.
• TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK Do not touch the handpiece backend electrical connections.
• TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK Use an electrical outlet that is grounded.
• If you feel any abnormality such as vibration, heat generation, abnormal noise, etc., prior or during the use of the unit, stop
using it immediately.
• Do not turn the Power Switch without reason; it might blow out a fuse.
• This product is Medical Electrical equipment Electromagetic compatable (EMC).As described in the accompanying
documentation.
• Portable and mobile RF communications equipment can affect Electrical Medical equipment. Do not use RF equipment in
close proximity to the product.
• When installing the product, provide space of approximately 10cm around the Control Unit for easy access to the inlet and
the Power Cord.
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Classifications of equipment
• Type of protection against electric shock:
– Class I equipment
• Degree of protection against electric shock:
– Type BF applied part:
• Method of sterilization or disinfection recommended by the manufacture:
– See 12. Sterilization
• Degree of protection against ingress of water as detailed in the current edition of IEC 60529:
– Foot Control: IPX1 (Protected against vertically falling water drops)
• Degree of safety of application in the presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture with air or with oxygen or nitrous oxide:
– EQUIPMENT not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture with air or with oxygen or nitrous
oxide.
• Mode of operation:
– Continuous operation
• USE ONLY NSK genuine tips when using NSK Varios Ultrasonic Scaler (Varios 970 or Varios 970 LUX) problems such as
damage, failure and accident of Handpieces resulting from use of Non-NSK Tips are not included in the warranty. The
following are the possible failure that could happen when using the Non-NSK Tips;
· Vibration failure caused by using non conforming screws.
· Patients accidental ingestion of broken tips.
· Damage of thread ridge of handpiece.
· You must use the tip within the power range described on the Tip-Power Guide. If you use it out of the power
range, the tip might break or damage an operative site.
• When operating the product always consider the safety of the patient.
• Use by medical professional, such as doctor or dental hygienist, is intended.
• Check the vibration outside the patient’s oral cavity before use. If any abnormalities are found, stop using immediately and
contact your dealer.
• Do not drop, hit, or subject to excessive shock to the Control Unit/Handpiece.
• To prevent possible tooth plane damage and handpiece overheating, Always use with sufficient water.
• Do not sterilize by ultraviolet light. Handpiece could discolor.
• Sterilize the Tip, Handpiece, and Tip Wrench by autoclaving. Wipe the Control Unit, AC Power Cord, Foot Control, and
Handpiece Cord including the cover.
• If chemical, solvent or antiseptic solution is deposited on this product, immediately wipe it away. Discoloration or
deformation may occur if left.
• Do not disassemble or alter the handpiece/Control Unit.
• Keep away from patients with cardiac pacemakers.
• Keep away from explosive substances and flammable materials. Do not use for patients anesthetized under laughter gas.
(Nitrous Oxide)
• Use the Fuse of specified rating. (120V: T630mAL 250V, 230V: T315mAL 250V)
• This product needs special precautions regarding EMC and needs to be installed and put into service according to the
EMC information.
• The use of ACCESSORIES, transducers and cables other than those specified, with the exception of transducers and
cables sold by the manufacturer of this product as replacement parts for internal components, may result in increased
EMISSIONS or decreased IMMUNITY of this product.
• This product should not be used adjacent to or stacked with other equipment and that if adjacent or stacked use is
necessary, this product should be observed to verify normal operation in the configuration in which it will be used.
• If any water drops remain on the handpiece after autoclaving, wipe them
Power plug below is used in North America area.
off., Staining may result if left.
• There is the judgment that applies this product to a patient in the user
side.
• Grounding reliability can only be achieved when the equipment is
connected to an equipment receptacle marked "Hospital Only" or
"Hospital Grade".
Plug Type NEMA 5-15P (Hospital Grade Type)
• Do not apply excessive power to the Tip. It may damage the teeth because
of the ultrasonic vibration.
CAUTION
• During operation, high frequency oscillations in the handpiece and handpiece cord may affect computer and LAN Noise
may be heard during operation near a radio receiver.
• Be sure to turn off the Power Switch after use. Remove the power plug and water inside of the Control Unit before storage.
• Users are responsible for operational control, maintenance and inspection.
• Clean/sterilize the product immediately after using it. Then store it. Leaving it non-sterile might lead to failure.
• When you have not used the product for long time and use it again, check the operation before use.
• Eye damage may result if the LED is stared directly into, Do not look into or turn it to the eyes of the patient.
• This product does not consider patient’s age (except infants), gender, weight or nationality.
• No special training is required for this device.
• Applied parts for patient and/or operator are/is tip and Handpiece.
• Surface temperature of tip shall be more than 50 degree without using a tap water or bottle. To avoid this event, be sure
to use a tap water or bottle.
Optic
2
Non-Optic
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2. Component Names
5
4
1
6
3
No.
1
2
3
4
7
5
8
9
10
12
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
11
13
14
Option
17
16
15
18
Parts Name
Control Unit
VA Bottle
AC Power Cord
Varios2 Handpiece (Optic or Non-Optic)
Handpiece Cord (Unshielded 2M)
(Optic or Non-Optic)
Foot Control
Sterilization Case
Tip Wrench
Tip G4
Tip G6
Tip G8
O-Ring (Thin section) (For VA Bottle)
O-Ring (Thick section) (For VA Bottle)
O-Ring (For Handpiece Cord)
Water Connector (Option)
Water Tube (Option)
Spanner Wrench (5x8) (Option)
Tip Cover S (Option)
Tip-Power Guide
Tip Card
Operation Manual
Quantity
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1*
1*
1*
* These are not on photo above.
* Operation Principle
A sinusoidal electrical signal, at ultrasonic frequency ( f > 20Khz ), is delivered by the generator. This signal is applied
to the ‘piezoelectric ceramic’ located inside the transducer. Piezoelectric ceramic converts this signal into mechanical
vibrations. These vibrations are at the same ultrasonic frequency as the electrical signal. The mechanical vibrations
are propagated towards the distal end of the transducer. The “TIP” insert, which is attached at the distal end of the
transducer, vibrates at ultrasonic frequencies and makes it possible to achieve the aimed purpose.
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3. Name and Function of each part
Left Bottle (L Bottle)
Right Bottle (R Bottle)
* L and R bottle is common
Bottle Selection Indicator L
(Left)
Bottle Selection Indicator R
(Right)
Handpiece Cord Connector
Bottle Water Adjustment Knob
Tap Water Adjustment Knob
Power Switch
<Bottom>
Foot Control Connector
Tap Water Connector
AC Power Cord Connection Jack
Mode Select Keys
Endo Key
Perio Key
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Operation Panel and Display
Power Level Keys
Down Key
Up Key
Irrigation Select Key
Auto-cleaning Key
Irrigation Mode
Display
Operation Mode
Display
Numerical Display
Bar Graph Indicator
If you purchase the Optional products such as Water Tube and Water Connector you can use Tap Water.
Mode Select Keys
You can select Operation Mode to pressing this key. (Perio, Endo and General) The Control Unit can resume power level,
water volume and irrigation mode for each Operation Mode.
Power Level Keys
Press key to select Power o/p Level . There are 11 levels (0 to 10). There
is no output vibration at level 0 (zero). (Fig.1). The Bar Graph Indicator and
Numerical Display will change simultaneously.
Fig.1
Irrigation Select Key
Press key to select ‘R’ or ‘L’ Bottle. Front panel display and Bottle Selection Indicator simultaneously change in position.
Pressing the Irrigation Select Key for more than one second will select Tap Water Mode.
Auto-Cleaning Key
Press key to select Auto Cleaning Mode, For detail refer to 11. (4).
Bottle Water Adjustment Knob
Water Volume Adjustment can be made prior to the tip vibrating
you can adjust the Water Volume during Bottle Irrigation or
during a wait before Tip vibration start. If the setting is not
applicable (too low or too high) for the Control Unit, it may beep.
During the operation, Front Panel displays the current Power
Level. However, keep turning the knob more than a second; it
may change the Water Volume.
CAUTION
• Do not turn the knob fast. It may not sense
the movement if it turn fast.
• Water Volume can set during 5ml/min to
45ml/min.
• Operation sound may different between
Right and Left Bottle.
• During adjustment of water volume,
Numerical Display indicate “–”.
Tap Water Adjustment Knob
You can adjust tap water volume by this Knob. (Even the tip vibration).
4. Prior to Operating System
(1) Water System Setup
Dust Cover
• Use of Bottle
1) Remove the Dust Cover from the Bottle Base Connector. (Fig. 2)
2) Remove the cap of the VA Bottle and fill solution to the desired level.
3) Close the cap of VA Bottle and insert the Bottle Joint into the Bottle Base
Connector until it clicks. (Fig. 3)
Bottle Base Connector
To remove the Bottle, pull it up.
Fig.2
CAUTION
• Use the VA Bottle Set 400 only for Varios 970.
• Before filling solution to the VA Bottle, check the Gasket inside the bottle
cap is clean. (Fig. 4)
• Do not use a sharp tool to clean the Gasket or do not allow any impact
on to the product. It may cause malfunction.
• Insert the Bottle straight. (Damage to seals may result).
• Keep the Gasket clean. When it becomes dirty by water or antiseptic
solution, wash by clean water it immediately.
• The Gasket is consumable. *Optional Gasket: Order Code Z1047350
Bottle Joint
NOTICE
Fig.3
Gasket
• The Bottle calibrations are printed on both sides of the Bottle and can be
read accurately from the fill position or mounted on the Control Unit.
• Mount the Dust Cover when not in use.
• Use of Tap Water (Option)
Fig.4
1) Remove the Cover from the Tap Water Connector. (Fig. 5)
2) Connect the filter side of the Water Tube deep into the Control Unit Tap Water Connector (Fig. 6).
3) Connect the water tube to the water outlet on the Dental Unit.
Cover
Tap Water Connector
Water Tube
Fig.5
Fig.6
CAUTION
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Ensure the water from the dental unit runs clear before connecting to the scalar.
NOTICE
White Ring
• Insert the Water Tube firmly into Control Unit.
• Pushing the White Ring, (the Quick Connector Release Ring) on
the Tap Water Connector, gently pull the tube to remove. (Fig. 7)
• When the water tube is not connected, mount the cover on the
Tap Water Connector.
Fig.7
(2) Foot Control Connection
Connect Foot Control Plug and the Control Unit with [
mark on the upper surface of the plug. (Fig.8)
]
Foot Control Connector
[
] Mark
Foot Control Plug
Fig.8
(3) Handpiece Cord Connection
Insert Handpiece Cord Plug into Control Unit. [ ] Mark side
is upper surface. Do not insert it up-side-down. (Fig.9)
Handpiece Cord Connector
[ ]
Mark
Handpiece Cord Plug
Fig.9
CAUTION
Check that the Handpiece Cord Plug is clean & dry before connecting. (Fig.10)
Fig.10
(4) Mounting Power Cord
Insert the Power Cord into the AC Power Cord Connection
Jack at the back of the Control Unit. (Fig. 11)
AC Power Cord Connection Jack
Power Cord
Fig.11
CAUTION
• Ensure Power is OFF on the Control Unit during the Power Cord Connection. It may cause Fuse to blow.
• Do not connect the cord in wall outlet before connecting AC Power Cord.
• Do not pull the AC Power Cord forcibly.
• Do not unplug the Power Cord or handpiece cord while pressing on the Foot Control.
5. Mounting and Removing the Handpiece
Align the Dots on the Handpiece and the Handpiece Cord. Push
handpiece into connector.
Dots
To remove the handpiece, grip the Handpiece and Handpiece
Cord and pull to part handpiece and cord. (Fig. 12)
To avoid Electrical Shock Do not touch the handpiece
backend electrical contacts.
Handpiece Cord
Fig.12
CAUTION
• Always confirm that the handpiece is correctly seated and locked into place.
• Do not connect or use Handpiece other than included one (Varios2 handpiece).
6. Mounting and Removing Tip
1) Turn Tip lightly by hand, and install it. (Fig. 13)
2) Tip will insert from the bottom hole of Tip Wrench. Align the four corner of the Tip base area into the four corner of Tip
Wrench. And turn it clockwise until it clicks. (Fig. 14)
Do not touch the top part of Tip to avoid an injury. (There is the case that is longer than height of TIP WRENCH)
To remove the Tip, turn it counterclockwise with the Tip Wrench.
Tip Wrench
Loosen
Tighten
Tighten
Loosen
Fig.13
Fig.14
• Check the Tip before use. (Flush, Damage, Bending or Rust)
• Do not exceed Maximum Power Level for Tip. Damage to tooth structure and Tip may result.
• Do not hit ceramic prosthesis with Tip during scaling. Tip Damage may result.
• Do not hit metal or prosthetic crown except for removing them. Tip could break and fall into mouth.
• Do not hit gingival, mucosa and/or skin. It could cause damage and/or burn injury.
• Do not sharpen and/or bend the Tip. Tip may damage and not generate enough vibration during scaling.
• During cutting, Tip will gradually wear away, as the Tip wears the stroke will get smaller and decrease cutting
efficiancy When level drops too far, change the Tip.(tip card check)
• DO ENSURE When securing tip to use the tip wrench as supplied, inefficient cutting will result.
• DO ENSURE before attaching Tip, Cleanliness of the tip screw, inefficient cutting will result.
• To avid personal injury DO ENSURE tip is removed prior to disconnecting the handpiece or the handpiece cord.
• If you feel the Tip is not vibrating, remove it from an operative site, and press the Foot Control again. If this does
not improve the condition, Ensure the tip is secure, turn the power off and restart it.
• When mounting the Tip, always use groves and Tip Wrench as supplied.
• Ensure that water volume must be “0”, when you use Tip which does not appear of water.
• Tip Wrench is consumable For reliable operation replace annually.
7. Operating Procedures
(1) Water System Setup
• Use of Bottle
1) Check that the VA Bottle is filled to the proper level.
2) Make sure that the cap of the Bottle is secure and not leaking.
CAUTION
• DO ENSURE liquid temperature is below 35°C.
• Do not put liquid such as high acid water in the Bottle.
• Use of Tap Water
1) Ensure water tube is firmly connected.
2) Open the dental unit's water valve. (Set water pressure between 0.1-0.5MPa (1-5 kgf/cm2)).
(2) Power On
Connect the AC Power Cord to the wall outlet. Turn the Power
Switch on the Control Unit. Front Display will illuminate.
Power Switch
Fig.15
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Caution for Tip Usage
(3) Power Level Setting
DO ENSURE Power setting does not exceed the recommended Power Level (Tip-Power Guide included in the package.)
1) Select the Operating Mode with the Mode Select Keys on the Front Panel. The Indicator light over the selected mode
will illuminate. (Fig. 16)
Power Level for each mode
Mode Select Keys
Operating Mode Display
Fig.16
Power Level Key
2) Set the power level with the Power Level Key on the
Front Panel. The Bar Graph Indicator and Numerical
Display will indicate the selected power level. (Fig. 17)
Make sure the power level is set in the appropriate
range for the attached Tip.
NOTICE
• Press & Hold the Power Level Key will increase or
decrease the Power Level.
• If the Power Level is 0 (zero) and set the water
volume, Tip will not oscillate but water comes out
from the handpiece.
Numerical Display
Bar Graph Indicator
Fig.17
Irrigation Select Key
(4) Irrigation setting
Select the Irrigation Mode (L Bottle, R Bottle or Tap Water) with
the Irrigation Select Key on the Front Panel. (Fig. 18)
The Indicator light over the selected mode will illuminate.
Press & Hold the Irrigation Select Key to select Tap Water Mode.
L Bottle
(5) Operate Varios 970 / 970 LUX
Tip vibration will begin when the Foot Control is depressed. (For
Varios 970 LUX, Handpiece LED will illuminate.)
Increase
Tap Water
R Bottle
Fig.18
Increase
• Water Supply Volume Adjustment
Turn the Water Adjustment Knob counterclockwise gradually
to increase the supply volume. (Fig. 19) For detail, refer to P5
Bottle Water Adjustment Knob or P6 Tap Water Adjustment
Knob.
Tap Water Adjustment Knob
Bottle Water Adjustment Knob
Fig.19
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(6) After the treatment
Release the Foot Control and Power off the Control Unit.
• Use of Bottle
Thoroughly wash the Bottle (s) Water Supply system. Refer to page 11. (4) Auto Cleaning (Cleaning of Irrigation Tube).
CAUTION
When using medicated solutions, clean the entire Irrigation System thoroughly.
• Use of Tap Water
Close the dental unit's water valve.
NOTICE
• LED of the handpiece will remain ‘On’ for approx 5 seconds after Foot Control is released. (Varios 970 LUX)
• When the Control Unit is Power off, the last mode settings in use are automatically retained in memory.
Initialized Program (Factory Setting)
Press both Auto-Cleaning and Power Key on the Control Unit to initialize the Factory memory Setting. Do not release
Auto-Cleaning Key until the beeping sound from the Control Unit. (Initial Mode is Perio)
Perio
Endo
General
Power Flow amount (L, R each) Irrigation Mode Initial Mode
1
10
L Bottle
1
10
L Bottle
1
10
L Bottle
During the Handpiece operation :
Possible: Power Level and Water Volume adjustment.
Impossible: Operation Mode and Irrigation Mode setting, Auto Cleaning.
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CAUTION
• While pressing the Foot Control and switching the power ‘ON’. The Control Unit will display "F" and sound a beep,
for your safety the Control Unit will not operate. Remove your foot from Foot Control to cancel and reset.
• Bar Graph Display (Fig.20)
Minimum Irrigation -> One white and blue LED.
No Irrigation -> Blue LED only
• Always use the water supply. If water supply is
insufficient, handpiece will overheat and patient’s
tooth surface can be injured.
• Verify that the water spray is clean and of
Minimum irrigation
No Irrigation
adequate volume before use.
Fig.20
• If irrigation volume set low, sometimes irrigation water is difficult to come out from the Tip.
When it happened, set volume again after setting up high volume.
• During Water Adjustment Knob operation;
Numerical Display: Display "-"
Bar Graph: Display current volume of water
8. Provided Scaler Tips
G4
The end of the Tip is thin and for supragingival fine scaling and interdental scaling. The
round cross-section allows tooth surfaces to be finished without causing damage.
Apply the top of the Tip on the tooth plane and move it sideways
finely in the same way as G8 Tip. (Fig. 21)
Fig.21
G6
Removal of supra and subgingival calculus. It provides easy access to interdental
spaces and narrow pockets.
Insert the top of the Tip into the periodontal pocket and move it
slowly. The top of the Tip is sharp so that it could remove tartar
on long coroner and retracted gingival. (Fig. 22)
Clean periodontal pocket at low power. (Set the level less than
“Power 5” at P mode.)
Fig.22
G8
Removal of supragingival and interdental calculus. This Tip can be used in all
quadrants and is very useful for the removal of hard calculus.
Apply the top of the Tip on the tooth plane and move it sideways
finely along the neck of tooth. (Fig. 23)
Fig.23
CAUTION
Tip is article of consumption. We recommend periodical replacement. About time of replacement, check the Tip
Card.
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1) Place the neck of the Tip in the cut out.
2) Check wear of the Tip.
3) See the green, yellow and red line to check wear of the Tip. *See below what each color means. At NSK we recommend
to replace a Tip when the Tip meets the yellow line (wear of 1mm) to guarantee safe and effective use.
Tip Card
Green: No wear - Tip is OK
Tip replacement is not necessary.
Neck
Yellow: Wear of 1mm - Tip is showing some wear
Tip replacement is recommended.
Handpiece
Red: Wear of 2mm - Tip is badly worn
Tip replacement is necessary.
* The Tip Card can be used to check the following
tips : G1, G4, G6, G8, G9, P1/P1D, P10, and P20
CAUTION
Tips are consumables. The efficiency of dental scaling
decreases approximately 25% when the top of the Tip
wears 1 mm and approximately 50% when it wears 2 mm.
In addition, the vibration condition changes owing to the
wear, which may damage a patient’s tooth surface. Check
the Tip wear condition with the Tip Card periodically, and
replace the Tip with a new one in good time.
1mm
2mm
25%
Decrease
50%
Decrease
Efficiency
Fig.24
9. How to Use Tip Cover S (Option)
Grip the Tip Cover S and insert it to the Tip.
To remove, grip the Tip Cover S and the handpiece & pull. (Fig. 25)
The Tip Cover S is not designed for use as a Tip changing tool.
CAUTION
Slit
Carefully insert the Tip
into the Tip Cover S. Avoid
injuring the fingers.
Tip
Slit
Tip Cover
Tip-Handpiece Joint
Fig.25
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How to use the Tip Card
10. Handpiece Holder
While the Handpiece is not in use, put the Handpiece in the
Handpiece Holder.
The Handpiece Holder is adjustable. (Fig. 26)
NOTICE
To prevent injury, always mount Scaler Tip Cover (S).
Handpiece Holder
Fig.26
11. Care and Maintenance
(1) Cleaning of Optic Fiber (Varios 970 LUX)
Optic Fiber End Face
Wipe the debris off the end of the Optic Fibers at the
handpiece with alcohol soaked cotton swab. (Fig. 27)
CAUTION
Do not use any sharp pointed tools to clean the
Optic Fiber End Face. In case the light degridation,
contact your dealer.
Fig.27
(2) Changing O-Ring
O-Ring
• Handpiece Cord
An O-Ring is located in the Handpiece Cord Connector. Use a pointed tool to remove,
and mount new O-Ring into the groove. (Fig. 28)
* Optional O-Ring: Order Code 0310020080
• VA Bottle
Remove two O-Rings at the Bottle Joint with a pointed tool, and
mount new O-Rings into the grooves. (Fig. 29)
*O-Ring (Thick section): Order code 0310075150
O-Ring (Thin section) : Order code 0312090100
Fig.28
O-Ring (Thick section)
O-Ring (Thin section)
Fig.29
(3) Changing the Irrigation Pump
1) Remove the Bottle, the Power Cord, the Handpiece Cord and the
Foot Control from the Control Unit.
2) Turn back the Control Unit. Hang a finger on “
” point and pull
up the bottom cover to remove.
Fig.30
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R Bottle Bottle Joint
Front Panel Side
Bottom Cover Hook
Bottom Cover (Back Side)
R Pump Tube Joint
L Pump
L Bottle Bottle Joint
R Pump
L Pump Tube Joint
Fig.31
3) Remove the Irrigation Tube from the Control Unit. (Bottle side and Front Panel side.) (Fig. 32, 33)
4) Remove the Connector Ring from the Irrigation Tube. Do not dispose it. You can use the Rings to the replacement
Irrigation Pump.
5) Turn the Irrigation Pump counterclockwise until it clicks
Irrigation Tube
and pull it out. (Fig. 34)
Remove
6) Mount the Connector Ring to the new Irrigation Pump.
Observing Ring direction. (Fig. 35)
Connector Ring
7) Align the replacement Irrigation Pump with the Drive Shaft.
Turn clockwise until it clicks. (Fig. 34)
Mount
8) Mount the Irrigation Tube opposite procedure of removing
(Fig.32). Connector Ring should firmly into the Control Unit
until it stops. (Fig.36)
* Bottle side
Fig.32
Release
Lock
Irrigation Tube
Irrigation Pump
Fig.33
Control Unit side
Irrigation Tube
Fig.34
Connector Ring
L/R Pump side
Connector Ring
Fig.35
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Fig.36
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Picture below is shows inside of the Control Unit.
9) Align the Bottom Cover Hook and hole on the Control Unit. Mount the Bottom Cover.
* Optional Irrigation Pump: Order Code 10000643 (Not included the Connecter Ring.)
CAUTION
• If water is spilled out the irrigation pump, wipe it off and allow drying completely prior to use. If water gets inside
the irrigation pump the roller may slip and fail to pump.
• Before replacing the Irrigation Pump, wipe off excess water on pump and Drive Shaft. The wet drive shaft and
rollers can be slippery and cause improper operation.
• Wipe dirt and water off the Drive Shaft from bottom up.
Drive Shaft
(Fig.37)
• Insert the replacement Irrigation Pump into the Drive
Shaft straight (slow and soft) to prevent damaging rollers
in pump.
• Run the replaced Irrigation Pump about 10 seconds
on largest setting of Water Volume before operation to
adopt Irrigation Tube to new pump.
• Ensure Irrigation tube has no kink or twists If tube is set
Fig.37
incorrectly, Irrigation Water may not come out.
• Do not pull the tube when the bottom cover is closed.
NOTICE
• Perform periodical cleaning for the Drive Shaft with socked alcohol cloth. Dirt on Drive Shaft may cause an
incorrect pump operation.
• The pump is consumable. If the irrigation volume decreases markedly, replace pump.
(4) Auto Cleaning (Cleaning of Irrigation Tube (Use of Bottle))
NOTICE
• After each use, remove all the disinfectant solution and perform "Auto Cleaning" procedure. If you have not
cleaned the system, it may become dirt disinfectant. And it is stuck in the tubing or some of the metal parts may
be rusted.
• During Auto Cleaning, water comes out from the handpiece. Perform cleaning after turning handpiece into a cup.
1) Remove the 2 Bottles from the Control Unit.
2) Clean inside of the Bottle.
3) Half fill the bottle with purified water (DO NOT USE SALINE)
CAUTION
Use only distilled water for cleaning.
4) Install the cap on the Bottle. Install the Bottle Joint into the Bottle Base Connector. Install it until clicks into place.
Improper connection may cause water leakage. Make sure the connection is tight.
CAUTION
• Perform Auto-Cleaning without tip.
• Make sure the handpiece and handpiece cord are firmly attached.
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To cancel the Auto-Cleaning, press Auto-Cleaning Key twice.
Auto-Cleaning Key
NOTICE
During Auto-Cleaning, LED of the handpiece
does not illuminate. (Varios 970 LUX)
Numerical Display
Bar Graph
Fig.38
6) When the Auto-Cleaning is finished, the Control Unit returns to the settings prior to cleaning. Remove the both bottles
from the Control Unit by pulling straight up. Clean thoroughly rinse and dry.
Following method is also available for cleaning. (Manual Cleaning)
1) Remove the Bottle from the Control Unit.
2) Open the cap of the cleaned Bottle and fill it with distilled water.
3) Close the cap firmly and insert the Bottle Joint into the Bottle Base Connector on the Control Unit until it clicks.
4) Operate the Control Unit about 30 seconds with water supply at maximum setting.
NOTICE
The Control Unit does not perform in Auto-Cleaning in Tap Water.
(5) Changing Water Filter (Option)
If you use Tap Water, change the Water Filter as it may necessary.
1) Close the water valve of the dental unit.
2) Mount two Spanner Wrenches (5x8) and turn those as shown in Fig.39.
3) When the Water Filter case is separated, the Water Filter can be removed as shown in Fig. 40.
4) Replace with new ( Order Code U387042 ) and reassemble the filter in the reverse order.
O-Ring
Water Filter
Control Unit Side
Fig.39
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Fig.40
English
5) To perform the Auto-Cleaning, keep pressing the Auto-Cleaning Key (more than 1 second).It takes 30 seconds per
bottle to clean The Numerical Display will alternately displays “A” and “C”, the Bar Graph displays time remaining.
Single display (Bar Graph Display) is 6 second. When five displays of Bar Graph disappeared, Bottle will be changing
the other side.
12. Sterilization
Only handpiece can be washed via Thermo Disinfector.
• Autoclave sterilization is recommended.
• Autoclave sterilization required first time you use and after each patient as noted below. Take handpiece out of the
packing bag before sterilization.
• ONLY the Tip (except diamond coated Scaler tip), Handpiece and Tip Wrench can be autoclaved.
Autoclave Procedure
1) Remove the Tip after use. (Refer to 6. Mounting and Removing Tip)
2) Wipe dirt and debris from the products, and wipe clean with alcohol-immersed cotton swab or cloth. Do not use a wire brush.
3) Insert those into the Sterilization Case or an autoclave pouch. Seal the pouch.
4) Autoclavable up to max. 135˚C.
Ex.) Autoclave for 20 min. at 121˚C, or 15 min. at 132˚C.
5) Keep the products in the Sterilization Case or autoclave pouch to keep it clean until you use it.
* Sterilization at 121°C for more than 15 minutes is recommended by ISO17664 and EN ISO17665-1.
CAUTION
• Do not sterilize by ultraviolet ray. The handpiece could discolor.
• If autoclaved with other instruments stained with chemical solution, it could strip the plating and make the surface
black.
• Do not autoclave any parts (the Control Unit, Power Cord, Bottle, Foot Control, Handpiece Cord, O-Ring). Other
than those that can be subjected to autoclave sterilization. Perform alcohol disinfection to the Control Unit, Power
Cord, Foot Control, Handpiece Cord including after every patient.
• Do not wipe with, or clean or immerse in, high acid water or sterilizing solutions.
Sterilization Case
The Handpiece, Tip and Tip Wrench can be sterilized together using
Sterilization Case.
1) Remove the Tip after use. (Refer to 6. Mounting and Removing Tip)
2) Set the Tip Wrench with Tip into the Sterilization Case. (You can set four
Tip Wrenches and Tips at once).
3) Remove handpiece from the Handpiece Cord, and clean.
4) Set the handpiece into the Sterilization Case.
5) Autoclavable up to max. 135˚C.
ex.) Autoclave for 20 min. at 121˚C, or 15 min. at 132˚C.
6) Keep the products in the Sterilization Case or autoclave pouch to keep it clean until you use it.
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Fig.41
When trouble is found, please check the followings prior to consulting your dealer.
Problem
Cause
Solution
The Front Panel The Power Cord or the Jack is
does not light,
disconnected.
even if the Power
The Fuse is burned out.
Switch is ON.
No / Poor
vibration.
The Tip does
not generate
vibration, in spite
of depressing
the Foot Control.
Correctly insert the Power Cord or the Jack.
Contact dealer.*
The Tip is not tightened firmly.
Tighten the Tip until the Tip Wrench clicks.
Worn Tip.
Replace the Tip.
Power has not been correctly
adjusted for the Tip.
Adjust the power on the Power Guide or Tip
case label. Do not exceed.
The Foot Control is disconnected.
Connect the Foot Control correctly.
Failure of vibrator in the handpiece. Contact dealer.*
Failure of internal components of
the Foot Control.
Contact dealer.*
The Tip is bent
or broken.
—
Power has not been properly
adjusted for the Tip.
Adjust the power level the Power Guide or Tip
case label. Do not exceed.
The Tip is flying
away.
—
The Tip is not tightened firmly.
Tighten the Tip until the Tip Wrench clicks.
Power has not been properly
adjusted for the Tip.
Adjust the power level on the Power Guide or
Tip case label. Do not exceed.
The Tip is not tightened firmly.
Tighten the Tip until the Tip Wrench clicks.
Noise from the
handpiece.
The handpiece is
overheating.
No Irrigation
supply and/or
unstable
Irrigation supply
(Use of Bottle)
—
Failure of vibration in the handpiece
Contact dealer.*
or the Control Unit.
—
Adjust the power level on the Power Guide or
Tip case label. Do not exceed.
The Tip is not tightened firmly.
Tighten the Tip until the Tip Wrench clicks.
Failure of vibration in the handpiece
Contact dealer.*
or the Control Unit.
The Irrigation
The tube twisted.
Pump is running.
Straighten the twisted Irrigation Tube.
The Irrigation
Pump is
stopping.
Replace with new Irrigation Pump (Refer to 11.
(3) Changing the Irrigation Pump ).
The water does
not reach to the
Control Unit.
No / Poor water.
(Use of Tap
Water)
Power has not been properly
adjusted for the Tip.
Check to see if
water reaches
the Control Unit.
Time to replace Irrigation Pump.
(Approx. 500hours after used.)
Check the water circuitry and supply to the
Control Unit. Water pressure : 0.1-0.5MPa
(1-5kgf/cm2)
—
The Water Adjustment Knob is
closed.
Turn the Water Adjustment Knob and adjust to
the appropriate volume.
Disconnected Irrigation supply at
low volume range. (less than 10ml/
min.)
No problem. Turn the Water Adjustment Knob
and increase the Irrigation volume.
The Water Filter is clogged.
Replace with new Water Filter (Refer to 11. (5)
Changing Water Filter (Option) ).
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English
13. Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Solution
Water is leaking
from the joint
between the
The Irrigation Tube is not connected Firmly insert the Irrigation Tube into the Irrigation
Irrigation Tube
correctly.
Connector inmost.
and the Irrigation
Connector.
Water leakage.
Water is leaking
from the joint
between the
handpiece and
the cord.
O-Ring at the handpiece cord is
worn or damaged.
Water is leaking
The water circuitry in the Control
from the Control
Unit is damaged.
Unit.
Handpiece
LED does not
illuminate.
(Varios 970 LUX)
Replace with new O-Ring (Refer to 11 (2)
Changing O-Ring •Handpiece Cord).
Contact dealer.*
Tip oscillates, but
The handpiece is not connected into Firmly insert the handpiece into the Handpiece
Handpiece LED
the Handpiece Cord correctly.
Cord inmost.
turns on and off.
Tip oscillates, but
Disconnection in the Handpiece
Handpiece LED
Cord, or failure in the Control Unit.
does not turn on.
Contact dealer.*
Beeping while
power on.
Release the Foot Control.
Depress Foot Control.
Beeping while
Abnormal heating of the Control
stopping
Unit.
vibration of Tips.
Stop the operation and leave until Control Unit
becomes cool.
* Repairs cannot be made by the customer.
14. Protection Circuit
It may overheat inside when you use this Control Unit in
more than Power 8 at G mode for long time.
In this case, Protection Circuit reduces the Power
automatically. (Power 7)
Bar Graph Indicator from 8 to 10 flashes. (Fig.42)
After Protection Circuit is released, the flashes stop.
However, Power Level can not automatically increase. If
needed, increase manually.
Fig.42
NOTICE
• During Protection Circuit function (during Bar Graph Indicator flash), the Control Unit can not increase the Power
Level.
• If Power Level decreases less than 7, Bar Graph Indicator stops flashing. However, it the Power increase more
than 8, flashes it again.
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If an operational problem occurs numerical Display shows the error code to allow an immediate problem diagnosis.
Error Code
Error
E0
Self-Check Error
E1
Circuit Failure
E7
Does not vibrate
Check / Remedy
Contact dealer.
Contact dealer.
Contact dealer.
Confirm connection of the handpiece.
Power on the Control Unit again.
E9
Handpiece Self Check Error
Leave the Control Unit until it become cool down and powers it again.
When an error can not be eliminated, Contact dealer.
E 10
Circuit Failure
Contact dealer.
*“E” and the number alternately display on the Display.
16. Spare Parts
Model
Products
Model
VA Bottle Set 400
Z1047002
VA Bottle Cap 400
10000652
VA Bottle 400
20000947
Gasket
Z1047350
Sterilization Case
Z1035001
Irrigation Pump
10000643
U387040
Tip Wrench
(CR-10)
Z221076
Water Connector
U387030
Tip Holder
Z221080
U387042
Tip Cover S
Z217851
Y1001301
O-Ring
(Thick section)
(For VA Bottle)
0310075150
O-Ring
(for Handpiece
Cord)
0310020080
O-Ring
(Thin section)
(For VA Bottle)
0312090100
Autoclavable at 135˚C max.
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Products
Oeder Code
English
15. Error Code
17. Disposing product
Consult with dealer from whom you purchased it about waste disposal.
18. Warranty
Manufacturer warrants its products to the original purchaser against defects in material and workmanship under normal
practices of installation, use and servicing. Such expendable items as O-Rings and Irrigation Pump are not covered by this
warranty.
Symbols
TUV Rhineland of North America is a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) in the United States and is accredited by
the Standards Council of Canada to certify electro-medical products with Canadian National Standards.
Follow the waste of electric and electronic equipment (WEEE) Directive (2002/96/EC) to dispose of the product and
accessories.
Consult operation instructions.
Manufacturer.
This conforms to CE European Directive of “Medical equipment directive 93/42/EEC.”
Type BF applied part.
Authorised representative in the European community.
Protected against vertically falling water drops.
Autoclavable up to Max.135°C. *for detail see Sterilization.
This product can be cleaned and disinfected with a Thermo-Disinfector.
Marking on the outside of Equipment or Equipment parts that include RF transmitters or that apply RF electromagnetic energy
for diagnosis or treatment.
Guidance and manufacturer's declaration - electromagnetic emissions
The Varios 970 / Varios 970 LUX is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or the user of the Varios 970 / Varios 970 LUX
should assure that is used in such an environment.
Emissions test
Compliance
Electromagnetic environment - guidance
The Varios 970 / Varios 970 LUX uses RF energy only for its internal function. Therefore,
RF emissions
its RF emissions are very low and are not likely to cause any interference in nearby
Group 1
CISPR11/EN55011
electronic equipment.
RF emmissions
The Varios 970 / Varios 970 LUX is suitable for use in all establishments, including
class B
domestic establishments and those directly connected to the public low-voltage power
CISPR11/EN55011
supply network that supply network that supplies buildings used for domestic purposes.
Harmonic emissions
class A
EN/IEC61000-3-2
Voltage fluctuations/flicker emissions
Complies
EN/IEC61000-3-3
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<5% Ut (>95% dip in Ut)
for 5 secs
3 A/m
<5% Ut (>95% dip in Ut)
for 5 sec
3 A/m
Power frequency (50/60Hz)
magnetic field
EN/IEC61000-4-8
NOTE: Ut is the a.c. mains voltage prior to application of the test level.
Power frequency magnetic fields should be at levels
characteristic of a typical location in a typical commercial or
hospital environment.
Guidance and manufacturer's declaration - electromagnetic immunity
The Varios 970 / Varios 970 LUX is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or the user of the Varios 970 / Varios 970 LUX
should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Immunity test
EN/IEC60601 test level
Compliance level
Electromagnetic environment - guidance
Portable and mobile RF communications equipment should be used
no closer to any part of the Varios 970 / Varios 970 LUX, including
cables, than the recommended separation distance calculated from
the equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter.
Recommended separation distance
Conducted RF
EN/IEC61000-4-6
3Vrms
150 kHz to 80MHz
3Vrms
d = 1.2 P
Radiated RF
EN/IEC61000-4-3
3V/m
80MHz to 2.5 GHz
3V/m
d = 1.2 P 80MHz to 800MHz
d = 2.3 P 800MHz to 2.5GHz
Where P is the maximum output power rating of the transmitter in
watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer and d is the
recommended separation distance in meters (m).
Field strengths from fixed RF transmitters as determined by an
electromagnetic site survey, should be less than the compliance level
in each frequency range.
Interference may occur in the vicinity of equipment
marked with the following symbol:
NOTE 1 At 80MHz and 800MHz, the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.
a Field strengths from fixed transmitters, such as base stations for radio (cellular/cordless) telephones and land mobiles radios, amateur radio, AM and FM
radio broadcast and TV broadcast cannot be predicted theoretically with accuracy. To assess the electromagnetic environment due to fixed RF transmitters, an
electromagnetic site survey should be considered. If the measured field strength in the location in which the Varios 970 / Varios 970 LUX is used exceeds the
applicable RF compliance level above, the Varios 970 / Varios 970 LUX should be observed to verity normal operation. If abnormal performance is observed,
additional measures may be necessary, such as reorienting or relocating the Varios 970 / Varios 970 LUX.
b Over the frequency range 150kHz to 80MHz, field strengths should be less than 3 V/m.
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English
Guidance and manufacturer's declaration - electromagnetic immunity
The Varios 970 / Varios 970 LUX is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or the user of the Varios 970 / Varios 970 LUX
should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Immunity test
EN/IEC60601 test level
Compliance level
Electromagnetic environment - guidance
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) ±6kV contact
±6kV contact
Floors should be wood, concrete or ceramic tile. If floors are
±8kV air
±8kV air
covered with synthetic material, the relative humidity should
EN/IEC61000-4-2
be at least 30%.
Electrical fast transient/burst ±2kV for power supply lines
±2kV for power supply lines
Mains power quality should be that of a typical commercial or
hospital environment.
EN/IEC61000-4-4
±1kV for input/output
±1kV for input/output
±1kV line(s) to line(s)
Surge
±1kV line(s) to line(s)
Mains power quality should be that of a typical commercial or
±2kV line(s) to earth
±2kV line(s) to earth
hospital environment.
EN/IEC61000-4-5
Voltage dips, short
<5% Ut (>95% dip in Ut)
<5% Ut(>95% dip in Ut)
Mains power quality should be that of a typical commercial
interruptions and voltage
for 0.5 cycle
for 0.5 cycle
or hospital environment. If the user of the Varios 970 / Varios
variations on power supply
970 LUX requires continued operation during power mains
40% Ut (60% dip in Ut)
40% Ut (60% dip in Ut)
input lines
interruptions, it is recommended that the Varios 970 / Varios
for 5 cycles
for 5 cycles
970 LUX be powered from an uninterruptible power supply or
EN/IEC61000-4-11
70% Ut (30% dip in Ut)
70% Ut (30% dip in Ut)
a battery.
for 25 cycles
for 25 cycles
Cables and accessories
Maximum length
Complies with
Handpiece cord
Foot Control
2m
2.5 m
RF emissions, CISPR11, EN55011
Harmonic emissions,
Voltage fluctuations/ flicker emission,
Electrostatic discharge (ESD)
Electric fast transient / burst
Surge
Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations on power supply input lines
Power frequency(50/60Hz) magnetic field
Conducted RF
Radiated RF
Class B/ Group 1
EN/IEC61000-3-2
EN/IEC61000-3-3
EN/IEC61000-4-2
EN/IEC61000-4-4
EN/IEC61000-4-5
EN/IEC61000-4-11
EN/IEC61000-4-8
EN/IEC61000-4-6
EN/IEC61000-4-3
Recommended separation distances between portable and mobile RF communications equipment and the Varios 970 / Varios 970 LUX.
The Varios 970 / Varios 970 LUX is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF disturbances are controlled. The customer or the user of
the Varios 970 / Varios 970 LUX can help prevent electromagnetic interference by maintaining a minimum distance between portable and mobile RF communications
equipment (transmitters) and the Varios 970 / Varios 970 LUX as recommended below, according to the maximum output power of the communications equipment.
Separation distance according to frequency of transmitter
m
Rated maximum output power of transmitter
W
150kHz to 80MHz
80MHz to 800MHz
800MHz to 2.5GHz
d=1.2 P
d=2.3 P
d=1.2 P
0.01
0.12
0.12
0.23
0.1
0.38
0.38
0.73
1
1.2
1.2
2.3
10
3.8
3.8
7.3
100
12
12
23
For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended separation distance d in meters (m) can be estimated using the equation
applicable to the frequency of the transmitter, where P is the maximum output power rating of the transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer.
NOTE 1 At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the separation distance for the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.
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1.
ACHTUNG
HINWEIS
WARNUNG
NICHT LICHTLEITFASER
2
4
1
3
5
6
NR.
1
2
3
4
7
8
9
10
12
11
13
14
Optional
17
16
15
18
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Handstückkabelstecker
28
ENDO-Taste
Perio-Taste
Kühlmittelauswahltaste
Auto Cleaning
Kühlmittelmodus
ACHTUNG
29
ACHTUNG
Abb.2
Abb.4
Abb.5
30
Abb.6
HINWEIS
Abb.7
Abb.8
Abb.9
Abb.10
31
WECHSELSTROMANSCHLUSSKABEL
Abb.11
PUNKTE
WARNUNG
HANDSTÜCK
HANDSTÜCKKABEL
Abb.12
32
ANZIEHEN
ANZIEHEN
Abb.14
33
LÖSEN
Abb.13
AN
HAUPTSCHALTER
AUS
Abb.15
Abb.16
LEISTUNGSSTUFENTASTE
NUMERISCHE UND GRAFISCHE LEISTUNGSANZEIGE
Abb.17
34
KÜHLMITTELSAUSWAHLTASTE
Abb.19
Abb.21
G6
Abb.22
36
G8
Abb.23
1mm
2mm
25%
ABNAHME
Wirksamkeit
50%
ABNAHME
Abb.24
SCHLITZ
AUFSATZ
Abb.25
HANDSTÜCKHALTER
Abb.26
ACHTUNG
Abb.27
O-RING
38
Abb.29
BODENKLAPPE
(RÜCKSEITE)
R PUMPSCHLAUCHVERBINDUNG
L Pump
R Pump
Abb.31
KÜHLMITTELSCHLAUCH
ANSCHLUSSRING
KÜHLMITTELSCHLAUCH
Abb.32
39
Abb.33
KÜHLMITTELSCHLAUCH
Abb.35
Abb.36
AUTO CLEANING-TASTE
NUMERISCHE UND GRAFISCHE ANZEIGE
Abb.38
41
O-RING
WASSERFILTERGEHÄUSE
Abb.39
Abb.40
42
Abb.41
URSACHE
43
ACHTUNG
PROBLEM
URSACHE
—
—
—
—
—
44
URSACHE
Abb.42
45
PROBLEM
E9
E 10
PRODUKT
BST.-NR.
MODELL
PRODUKT
BST.-NR.
Z1047002
10000652
20000947
Z1047350
Z1035001
10000643
U387040
Z221076
U387030
Z221080
U387042
Z217851
Y1001301
0310075150
0310020080
0312090100
Autoklavierbar bei max. 135 °C.
Symbole
Hersteller.
47
3 Vrms
150 kHz bis 80 MHz
3V rms
3 V/m
80 MHz bis 2,5 GHz
3V/m
Max. Länge
2m
2.5 m
EN/IEC61000-4-2
EN/IEC61000-4-4
EN/IEC61000-4-5
EN/IEC61000-4-11
EN/IEC61000-4-8
EN/IEC61000-4-6
EN/IEC61000-4-3
48
1.
49
2
5
3
4
1
6
No.
1
2
3
4
7
5
8
9
Non-Optic
10
12
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
11
13
14
Option
17
16
15
18
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Bouteille de gauche
(bouteille G)
Interrupteur
(Bas)
52
Fig.1
Affichage mode
irrigation
AVERTISSEMENT
Fig.2
Fig.5
54
Fig.6
Fig.7
[
Fig.8
Fig.9
Fig.10
55
Fig.11
Point
Fig.12
Fig.13
56
Fig.14
I
O
Fig.16
Fig.17
Fig.18
Fig.19
Flux (G, D chacune)
10
10
10
Fig.21
G6
Fig.22
G8
Fig.23
60
AVERTISSEMENT
1mm
2mm
25%
Diminution
50%
Diminution
Efficacité
Fig.24
Fente
Fig.25
61
Fig.26
Fig.27
Joint
Fig.29
R Pump
L Pump
Joint tube pompe G
Fig.31
Verrou
Irrigation Tube
Irrigation Pump
Fig.33
Fig.34
Tube d’irrigation
Fig.35
63
Fig.36
64
Fig.38
Joint
Fig.39
65
Fig.40
Pendant l’auto-nettoyage, la DEL de la pièce à
main ne s’allume pas. (Varios 970 LUX)
66
Fig.41
Cause
Solution
Contactez votre revendeur.*
—
—
—
—
67
Cause
Solution
Contactez votre revendeur.*
Contactez votre revendeur.*
Fig.42
Z1047002
10000652
20000947
Z1047350
Z1035001
10000643
U387040
Z221076
U387030
Support insert
Z221080
U387042
Z217851
Y1001301
0310075150
0310020080
0312090100
69
70
3V RMS
d = 1.2 P
3V/m
2m
2.5 m
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1.
PRECAUCIÓN
IMPORTANTE
ADVERTENCIA
73
2
5
4
1
3
No.
1
2
3
4
8
10
12
11
13
14
15
18
6
7
9
No óptico
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1*
1*
1*
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Conmutador de
potencia
76
77
Protectora
PRECAUCIÓN
Fig.2
Fig.3
IMPORTANTE
Fig.5
78
Fig.6
IMPORTANTE
Anillo blanco
Fig.7
[
Enchufe del
interruptor de pedal
Fig.8
Fig.9
Fig.10
79
Fig.11
Punto
ADVERTENCIA
Pieza de mano
Fig.12
Apretar
Apretar
Aflojar
Fig.13
80
Fig.14
I
O
Conmutador de potencia
ENCENDIDO
APAGADO
Fig.15
81
Fig.16
Fig.17
Agua del grifo
Aumentar
Fig.18
Aumentar
Fig.19
82
Potencia Cantidad de flujo (I, D cada uno) Modo de irrigación Modo inicial
1
10
Botella L
1
10
Botella L
1
10
Botella L
Fig.21
G6
Fig.22
G8
Fig.23
84
PRECAUCIÓN
1mm
2mm
25%
Disminuir
50%
Disminuir
Efficiency
Fig.24
PRECAUCIÓN
Ranura
Punta
Ranura
Fig.25
85
Fig.26
Fig.27
Junta tórica
Fig.29
Fig.30
86
Lado del panel frontal
L Pump
R Pump
Soltar
Cerradura
Fig.33
Fig.34
Fig.35
87
Fig.36
Fig.31
88
Diagrama de barras
Fig.38
Junta tórica
Fig.39
89
Fig.40
90
Fig.41
Causa
Sustituya la punta
—
—
—
—
Sustituir con un nuevo filtro de agua (Consulte 11.
(2). Cambio del filtro de agua (Opcional)).
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Problema
Causa
Fig.42
Z1047002
10000652
20000947
Z1047350
Z1035001
10000643
U387040
Z221076
U387030
Z221080
U387042
Tapa de punta S
Z217851
Y1001301
0310075150
0310020080
0312090100
Producto
94
3V rms 150 kHz a 80MHz
3V/m
RF EN/CEI61000-4-3 radiado 80MHz à 2.5 GHz
3Vrms
d = 1.2 P
3V/m
d = 1.2 P 80MHz a 800MHz
d = 2.3 P 800MHz a 2.5GHz
Longitud máxima
Cumple con
2m
2.5 m
Clase B/ Grupo 1
EN/IEC61000-3-2
EN/IEC61000-3-3
EN/IEC61000-4-2
EN/IEC61000-4-4
EN/IEC61000-4-5
EN/IEC61000-4-11
EN/IEC61000-4-8
EN/IEC61000-4-6
EN/IEC61000-4-3
95
1.
ATTENZIONE
AVVISO
AVVERTENZA
97
2
5
4
1
3
6
8
10
12
11
13
14
15
18
N.
1
2
3
4
7
9
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99
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100
Tasto ENDO
Tasto GIÙ
Tasto SU
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101
Fig.2
Fig.4
Fig.5
102
Fig.6
AVVISO
Fig.7
[
Fig.8
Italiano
Fig.9
Fig.10
103
Fig.11
Punto
AVVERTENZA
Manipolo
Fig.12
Stringere
Stringere
Fig.13
104
Fig.14
I
O
ACCESO
SPENTO
Fig.15
105
Italiano
Fig.16
Display numerico
Fig.17
Aumentare
Fig.18
Ridurre
Fig.19
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ATTENZIONE
Fig.21
G6
Fig.22
G8
Fig.23
108
ATTENZIONE
1mm
2mm
Fig.24
ATTENZIONE
Scanalatura
Punta
Scanalatura
Fig.25
109
Fig.26
Fig.27
O-ring
Fig.29
Fig.30
110
L Pump
R Pump
Sbloccare
Bloccare
Fig.33
Fig.34
Fig.35
111
Fig.36
Italiano
Fig.31
112
Display numerico
Istogramma
Fig.38
O-Ring
Fig.39
113
Fig.40
114
Fig.41
Causa
Punta usurata.
Sostituire la punta.
—
—
—
—
—
115
Probabile causa
Causa
Fig.42
Z1047002
Capuchon
bouteille VA 400
10000652
20000947
Z1047350
Z1035001
10000643
U387040
Z221076
U387030
Z221080
U387042
Z217851
Chiave inglese
(5x8)
Y1001301
0310075150
0310020080
0312090100
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3 V rms,
150 kHz a 80 MHz
3 V rms
d = 1.2 P
3 V/m
d = 1.2 P 80MHz to 800MHz
d = 2.3 P 800MHz to 2.5GHz
3 V/m
80 MHz a 2,5 GHz
Conforme a
2m
2.5 m
Class B/ Group 1
EN/IEC61000-3-2
EN/IEC61000-3-3
Scarica elettrostatica (ESD)
Electric Fast Transient/burst
Sovraccarico
EN/IEC61000-4-2
EN/IEC61000-4-4
EN/IEC61000-4-5
EN/IEC61000-4-11
EN/IEC61000-4-8
EN/IEC61000-4-6
EN/IEC61000-4-3
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EN Specification
Type
Power Source
Vibration Frequency
Maximum Output
Rated Power
Water Pressure
Lighting
Bottle Volume
NE255
AC120V 50/60Hz
AC230V 50/60Hz
28-32kHz
11W
29VA
0.1-0.5MPa (1-5kgf/cm2)
Varios 970 : No
Varios 970 LUX : Yes
400mL (Per Bottle)
Store Environment
W160 x D270 x H190mm (Including Bottle)
2.1kg (Except attachment)
Temperature 0 - 40 ˚C
(The liquid must not freeze up)
Humidity
30 - 75 %
Atmospheric pressure 700 - 1060 hPa
Temperature -10 - 60 ˚C
Humidity
10 - 85 %
Atmospheric pressure 500 - 1060 hPa
NE255
AC120V 50/60Hz
AC230V 50/60Hz
28-32kHz
11W
29VA
0.1-0.5MPa (1-5kgf/cm2)
Varios 970 : No
Varios 970 LUX : Yes
400mL (Pro Flasche)
Lagerungsumgebung
NE255
CA120V 50/60Hz
CA230V 50/60Hz
28-32kHz
11W
29VA
0.1-0.5MPa (1-5kgf/cm2)
Varios 970 : No
Varios 970 LUX : Yes
400mL (Par Bouteille)
Dimensions
Poids
NE255
CA120V 50/60Hz
CA230V 50/60Hz
28-32kHz
11W
29VA
0.1-0.5MPa (1-5kgf/cm2)
Varios 970 : No
Varios 970 LUX : Yes
400mL (Por la Botella)
Dimensiones
Peso
NE255
CA120V 50/60Hz
CA230V 50/60Hz
28-32kHz
11W
29VA
0.1-0.5MPa (1-5kgf/cm2)
Varios 970 : No
Varios 970 LUX : Yes
400mL (Per Bottiglia)
Multi Function Ultrasonic Scaler
Varios 970
OPERATION MANUAL
Please read this Operation Manual carefully
before use, and file for future reference.
2012.04.20 005 S
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