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Operating Lights marLED® E9 / E9i / E15
Service Manual
V. 1.0-EN (03.13)
Valid for marLED® E HW 00 and SW 00 or higher
Service Manual
Operating Lights marLED® E9 / E9i / E15
Contents
1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
Product Liability and Warranty ............................................................... 5
General Information ............................................................................. 5
Warranty ............................................................................................ 5
User’s Inspection ................................................................................. 5
Hotline ............................................................................................... 6
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
Introduction ........................................................................................ 7
Notice for Service Technicians ............................................................... 7
Light Models ....................................................................................... 7
Light Combinations .............................................................................. 8
Applicable Documents .......................................................................... 8
2.4.1
KLS Martin surgiCam® digital, surgiCam® HD ......................................................... 8
2.5
2.6
2.7
Symbols Used in this Service Manual ...................................................... 8
Symbols Used on the Product ................................................................ 9
Terms and abbreviations ....................................................................... 9
3
3.1
Safety Notices ................................................................................... 10
General Information ........................................................................... 10
4
4.1
Circuit Diagrams ................................................................................ 13
Cable Colors...................................................................................... 13
4.1.1
Light Engine Wiring Diagram .......................................................................... 13
4.2
4.3
Circuit Diagram for Handle with surgiCam® digital ...................................... 14
Tracking Arm Circuit Diagrams ............................................................ 15
4.3.1
Circuit Diagram for 3-Pole Tracking Arm with backLite Option ............................. 15
4.3.2
Circuit Diagram for 5-Pole Tracking Arm with Wall-Mounted Control Panel and
backLite Option ............................................................................................ 16
4.3.3
Circuit Diagram for 9-Pole Tracking Arm with Wall-Mounted Control Panel and
Camera Option ............................................................................................ 17
4.3.4
Wiring Diagram 9-pin Cantilever Arm HD Wall Box with optional Camera .............. 18
4.4
Ceiling Tube Wiring Diagrams .............................................................. 19
4.4.1
Wiring Diagram for Rectifier for Ceiling Tube max. 27 VAC / 26–36 VDC with ZSV
Switch ........................................................................................................ 19
4.5
Wiring diagrams power module SMPS 36/9 ............................................ 20
4.5.1
Available versions of the power module ........................................................... 20
4.5.2
Wiring diagram without ZSV switch ................................................................. 20
4.5.3
Wiring diagram with integrated ZSV switch ...................................................... 22
4.5.4
Function of the integrated ZSV switch (optional) ............................................... 23
4.5.5
Voltage adjustment ...................................................................................... 23
4.5.6
Installation on a support plate........................................................................ 24
4.5.7
Mounting rail installation ............................................................................... 24
4.6
Cable Connection CAN and RS232 ........................................................ 25
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4.6.1
CAN Bus and Addresses ................................................................................ 25
4.6.2
CAN Bus Terminating Resistor RA .................................................................... 25
4.6.3
RS232 via COM Interface .............................................................................. 27
4.6.4
Pin Configuration X2 (CAN, RS232) ................................................................. 28
4.7
4.8
Voltage Measurement using the Service Plug ......................................... 29
Wiring Diagram for Operating Foil ........................................................ 30
5
5.1
Troubleshooting ................................................................................. 31
Error Image with Information on possible Causes and Corrective Actions ... 31
6
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
Replacement of components ................................................................ 32
Setup of the Control Electronics with Microfuse ...................................... 33
Display of the operating foil ................................................................. 34
Components of the Lamp Body ............................................................ 35
Removing the Light Engine .................................................................. 36
Inserting the Light Engine ................................................................... 37
Opening the casing ............................................................................ 39
Replacing the Control Electronics ......................................................... 40
Replacing the operating foil ................................................................. 40
System Overview ............................................................................... 42
6.9.1
Light Engine Versions ................................................................................... 43
6.10
6.11
6.12
6.13
Light Engine Pin assignment ................................................................ 43
Plug Connections on Control Electronics and Light Engine ........................ 44
Light Engine Locations ........................................................................ 45
Plug Connections on the Control Electronics ........................................... 46
6.13.1
Connections for Supply Voltage and Light Engines............................................. 49
6.14
6.15
6.16
6.17
6.18
6.19
Connection for D-Sub Plug .................................................................. 50
Installation and Connection of the additional Camera Board ..................... 51
Measuring the Input Voltage on the Control Electronics ........................... 52
Configuration of the marLED® E via DIP Switch ...................................... 53
Interface adapter marLED® E............................................................... 54
Software Update ................................................................................ 55
6.19.1
Installing the C2Prog programming software on the PC ...................................... 55
6.19.2
Connecting the interface adapter .................................................................... 55
6.19.3
Programming............................................................................................... 56
6.20
6.21
Replacing the Cardan Suspension ......................................................... 59
Closing the casing .............................................................................. 63
7
7.1
7.2
Change History .................................................................................. 65
Overview of Software Changes ............................................................ 65
Overview of Hardware Changes ........................................................... 67
8
Serial Number Structure ..................................................................... 68
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9.1
9.2
Technical Data marLED® E9 / E9i / E15 ................................................. 69
Technical Data marLED® E9 / E9i ........................................................ 69
Technical Data marLED® E15 .............................................................. 70
10
10.1
Technical Safety Check and Intensive Maintenance ................................. 72
Information regarding the Technical Safety Check and Intensive
Maintenance ..................................................................................... 72
Inspection Protocol for Intensive Maintenance including Technical Safety
Check .............................................................................................. 74
Test Instructions for Intensive Maintenance ........................................... 76
Inspection Protocol–Technical Safety Check ........................................... 90
Test Instructions for Safety Check (SC)................................................. 91
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
11
Guidelines and Manufacturer’s Declaration on Electromagnetic
Compatibility ..................................................................................... 94
12
12.1
12.2
Spare Parts ....................................................................................... 98
List of tools ....................................................................................... 98
List of spare parts .............................................................................. 98
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Product Liability and Warranty
1.1
General Information
We thank you for having decided to buy a KLS Martin product. This product carries the
CE-mark, which means that it satisfies the essential requirements laid down in the EC Directive
concerning medical devices.
We are the manufacturer of this product:
Gebrüder Martin GmbH & Co. KG
A company of the KLS Martin Group
Ludwigstaler Str. 132 · D-78532 Tuttlingen · Germany
Postfach 60 · D-78501 Tuttlingen · Germany
Tel. +49 7461 706-0 · Fax +49 7461 706-193
[email protected] · www.klsmartin.com
1.2
Warranty
Our Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale effective at the time shall apply. Agreements
diverging from these Standard Terms and Conditions do not restrict the legal rights of the
buyer.
Any warranty exceeding the above provisions shall require a contractual form and shall exclude
component-related vandalism, software updates and consumables.
Important Notices
The product may only be repaired by Gebrüder Martin or a qualified person or firm expressly
authorized by Gebrüder Martin to perform such work.
If the repair is carried out by a person or firm specially authorized by Gebrüder Martin, the
operator of the product is required to obtain from the repairer a certificate with details about
the nature and scope of the repair work done. This certificate must show the date of the repair
and the details of the person or firm carrying out the work and must be signed.
In all cases where a party other than the product manufacturer performed the work, repaired
products must be additionally marked with the repairer’s ID label.
Improper interventions or alterations performed by third parties during the period of limitation
shall void any and all warranty claims. Unauthorized actions performed on the product shall
invalidate any liability claims against Gebrüder Martin.
1.3
User’s Inspection
Immediately upon receipt, the goods must be checked for completeness and potential damage
in transit. Notice of any such damage must be given immediately.
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1.4
•
•
Hotline
Should you have any technical questions, please do not hesitate to turn to our
Martin Service Center
Tel:
+49 7461 706-343
Fax:
+49 7461 706-408
E-mail:
[email protected]
Should you have any questions concerning maintenance contracts or training courses,
please contact our Technical Service Manager:
Tel:
+49 7461 706-332
E-mail:
[email protected]
NOTICE
Serial number
To answer your technical questions as efficiently as possible, our service technicians require
the serial number of the product. Therefore, please have this number at hand when
contacting our hotline. It is part of the information provided on the rating plate on the cardan
joint (see section 8 “Serial Number Structure”, page 68).
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Introduction
2.1
Notice for Service Technicians
•
To keep the lights as well as their mounting / suspension systems in a perfect technical
condition, it is essential for you as a service technician to perform your work with utmost
precision and expertise. This service manual is intended to support you in performing your
highly responsible work.
•
While participation in a service training course authorizes technicians to perform mounting
and service work, it does not confer any authorization for providing user advice! Regarding
the latter, KLS Martin offers special product training.
2.2
Light Models
The lights are available in the following variants:
•
marLED® E9 (max. illuminance of 120.000 lx)
•
marLED® E9i (max. illuminance of 160.000 lx)
•
marLED® E15 (max. illuminance of 160.000 lx)
•
Options:
— surgiCam® camera system (this product comes with its own user manual)
— wall operation (wall-mounting control panel)
— RS232 Com interface for integrated OR systems
— backLite on tracking arm provides diffuse, indirect background light at the end of the
respective tracking arm, emitted in an upward direction. The light is automatically
switched on and off through a photoelectric sensor. For switching threshold details, see
marLED® / marLux® Mounting Instructions.
— emergency power (ASPS) changeover module
— Fully cardanic suspension
— LC (Low Ceiling) cardanic suspension for low rooms
— Handle support for sterile disposable covers
— sensoGrip multifunction handle unit for sterilizable handles
—
•
sensoGrip multifunction handle unit for sterile disposable covers
Available mounting / installation options:
— ceiling-mounting: single lights, light combinations
— wall-mounting(marLED® E9 / E9i) with separate power supply on external mounting
plate
— mobile version (stand version): marLED® E9 / E9i
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2.3
Light Combinations
The lights can be mounted either individually (as single lights) or in combinations of two, three
or four lights (optionally in conjunction with TFT monitor or separate camera). Each light is
controlled via a separate control panel.
2.4
Applicable Documents
For various types of service work it is required to be familiar with all the information from the
installation manuals and other service manuals in addition to the information provided in this
document. If a setting or installation step is described e.g. in the installation manual marLED®
it will not be explained again in this document.
2.4.1
KLS Martin surgiCam® digital, surgiCam® HD
The systems surgiCam® digital and surgiCam® HD are imaging systems for documentation, for
initial training and advanced training. Both of these high-performance camera systems can be
installed either in the lamp body or on a separate camera arm. Every camera system of
KLS Martin is delivered with separate instructions for use.
Servicing steps on the camera systems are described in the respective service manuals.
The image is displayed on the optional flat screen system med TFT by KLS Martin.
2.5
Symbols Used in this Service Manual
Throughout this manual, important information (such as general or safety-related notices) is
marked with the following symbols and signal words:
WARNING
Life hazard or danger of severe injuries!
Non-observance could lead to death or severe bodily injuries!
CAUTION
Danger of minor injuries!
Non-observance involves some risk of bodily injury!
NOTICE
Risk of property damage
Non-observance may lead to property damage (loss of time, loss of data, machinery defects,
etc.)!
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Symbols Used on the Product
Symbol
Explanation
CE-mark
Protection class: I (acc. to IEC 60601-1)
Observe safety-related information concerning this product
Observe Operating Instructions!
Warning: Dangerous electric voltage!
2.7
Terms and abbreviations
Abbreviation
Explanation
backLite
Brightness regulation 5 % for endoscopic background illumination
Cardanic suspension
Universal joint as part of the light arm
- semi-cardanic
suspension
Single suspension bracket, rotatable in two axes
- fully cardanic
suspension
Double suspension bracket with cardan joint, rotatable in three axes
- LC cardanic
suspension
Low-ceiling cardanic system: simplified suspension bracket, rotatable in two
axes, for use in low rooms
Light Engine
LED illumination unit
Power module
Power supply unit
sensoGrip
Multifunction handle unit (optional)
sensoTouch
Wall-mounting control panel with display as status indicator
surgiCam®
Camera system in surgiCam® digital “SD” or surgiCam® HD version
SC
Safety check
SPS
Safety power supply (mains)
ASPS
Additional safety power supply (battery)
boost
Large light field with maximum illuminance
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Safety Notices
3.1
General Information
The KLS Martin operating lights are quality products designed and manufactured in compliance
with recognized technical rules and current standards. The lights left the factory in a perfectly
safe working condition.
For your own safety
•
Carefully read the safety instructions relating to servicing work (which includes light
system installation).
•
For your own safety, be sure to observe and follow the instructions provided!
•
Specifically, heed the safety instructions provided in the sections describing the mounting
procedures!
•
The components of the light system may only be used for their intended purpose–i.e.
mounting / installing the operating lights!
Service work
•
Any service work must be performed:
— by qualified persons specially authorized by Gebrüder Martin to perform such tasks
— in accordance with the instructions provided in this manual
— competently and with utmost precision
— in compliance with relevant technical, safety and accident-prevention regulations
•
The parts to be mounted must be checked for defects and potential damage in transit
immediately upon receipt of the goods.
•
Safety check and test report
•
As part of the installation work, all safety-related parts must be checked in accordance
with the specified Safety Check (SC) procedures.
•
Document the results of the check in the corresponding Test Report. For the test
instructions (safety check) and the test report form, please refer to the end of this
document.
Maintenance
We recommend checking all functions of the light, the spring / tracking arms, the ceiling tube
and the power supply unit (PSU) for proper working order at regular intervals.
Every 24 months, a Safety Check (SC) must be performed by an authorized person! A detailed
description of the procedure as well as the appropriate Test Report form can be found in
section 10 ”Technical Safety Check and Intensive Maintenance”, page 72.
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WARNING
Life-threatening electric shock!
•
During the entire service work the electrical supply lines must not be energized. They
must be properly locked out / tagged out!
•
In the building installation a separator (such as a circuit breaker) must be provided which
allows all-phase and simultaneous separation of the circuits of the lamp
(mains power 100–240 V) from the grid. The switch or circuit breaker used must comply
with IEC 328 (VDE 0630) requirements regarding creepage distances and clearances or
must be UL-listed.
•
Be sure to trip the building-side circuit breaker before performing any servicing work on
the light (or multi-light setup)!
•
Never touch any component inside the light head!
The mains connecting wires must be protected against accidental loosening or fracture at the
terminal.
WARNING
Defective lights pose a life hazard!
•
Defective lights can pose a life or health hazard for users and patients alike!
•
Therefore, never put defective lights into operation!
WARNING
Danger of damage or injury due to high weight!
As the components of the light (or multi-light setup) are heavy, they can cause damage or
injuries in case they crash down.
Therefore, use a lifting device as a support when removing or installing light or suspension
components and work with an assistant, never alone!
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WARNING
Danger of damage or injury due to high spring forces!
The components of a multi-light setup are heavy!
Spring arms from which the load (light head or light-head components) has been removed
may snap upwards with great force and high speed, thereby causing severe injuries!
Therefore, be sure to tie down the spring arm before removing any load!
WARNING
Danger of damage or injury due to defective service aids!
Verify that the mounting and service aids used–such as ladders, mounting scaffolds and lift
frames–comply with valid safety standards!
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Circuit Diagrams
4.1
Cable Colors
In the wiring diagrams below, international color coding according to IEC 757 is used to
indicate cable colors:
Code
Color
BK
Black
BU
Blue
BN
Brown
GD
Gold
GN
Green
GNYE
Green-Yellow
GY
Grey
OG
Orange
PK
Pink
RD
Red
SR
Silver
TQ
Turquoise
VT
Violet
WH
White
YE
Yellow
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4.2
Circuit Diagram for Handle with surgiCam® digital
Connection in sensoGrip to control electronics:
A
Control electronics
B
SensoGrip (handle assembly)
1
D-Sub socket, 25-pole
2
D-Sub plug, 25-pole
7
Control electronics
3
Buttons (break contacts)
8
centriXbeam® deep-cavity light
4
Laser (option only available without camera)
9
Disconnection of the supply voltage for
Schiederwerk electronic ballast
5
Slip-ring
6
Camera handle
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Tracking Arm Circuit Diagrams
4.3.1
Circuit Diagram for 3-Pole Tracking Arm with backLite Option
A
Tracking arm
B
Spring arm
1
Plug for connection to ceiling tube
4
Socket, tracking arm side
2
Slip ring
5
Socket, light head side
3
Plug
6
backLite connection option
NOTICE
When using a combination of lights, please note the different color marks on the connectors.
Tracking arm 1:
red
Tracking arm 3:
blue
Tracking arm 2:
yellow
Tracking arm 4:
green
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4.3.2
Circuit Diagram for 5-Pole Tracking Arm with Wall-Mounted Control Panel
and backLite Option
A
Tracking arm
B
Spring arm
1
Plug for connection to ceiling tube
4
Socket, tracking arm side
2
Slip ring
5
Socket, light head side
3
Plug
6
backLite connection option
7
Socket, 5-pole (DIN 41524, soldering side)
Ceiling tube < 400 mm -> DIN socket (7) soldered directly to cable
Ceiling tube > 400 mm -> DIN socket (7) soldered directly to cable, plus 5-pole extension
cable (plug / socket)
In multi-light setups, all CAN connecting cables (CAN+ WH, CAN- BN) are parallel-soldered to
DIN socket (7).
NOTICE
When using a combination of lights, please note the different color marks on the connectors.
Tracking arm 1:
red
Tracking arm 3: blue
Tracking arm 2:
yellow
Tracking arm 4: green
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Circuit Diagram for 9-Pole Tracking Arm with Wall-Mounted Control Panel
and Camera Option
A
Tracking arm
B
Spring arm
1
Plug for connection to ceiling tube
4
Socket, tracking arm side
2
Slip ring
5
Socket, light head side
3
Plug
6
backLite connection option
7
Socket, 5-pole (DIN 41524, soldering side)
8
Socket, 8-pole (DIN 45326, soldering side)
Ceiling tube < 400 mm -> DIN socket (7) soldered directly to cable
Ceiling tube > 400 mm -> DIN socket (7) soldered directly to cable, plus 5-pole extension
cable (plug / socket)
In multi-light setups, all CAN connecting cables (CAN+ WH, CAN- BN) are parallel-soldered to
DIN socket (7).
NOTICE
When using a combination of lights, please note the different color marks on the connectors.
Tracking arm 1:
red
Tracking arm 3: blue
Tracking arm 2:
yellow
Tracking arm 4: green
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4.3.4
Wiring Diagram 9-pin Cantilever Arm HD Wall Box with optional Camera
A
Tracking arm
B
Spring arm
1
Plug for connection to ceiling tube
4
Socket to cantilever arm 9-pin HD
2
Slip ring 9-pole HD
5
Socket to lamp body 9-pin HD
3
Plug 9-pole HD
6
DIN socket 5-pin rear view
7
3x coaxial socket for Y-Pb-Pr signal
Color coding for plug connections: Cantilever 1:red, 2:yellow, 3:blue, 4:green
Ceiling tube < 400 mm -> DIN socket (6) soldered directly to cable
Ceiling tube > 400 mm -> DIN socket (6) soldered directly to cable, plus 5-pole extension
cable (plug / socket)
In multi-light setups, all CAN connecting cables (CAN+ WH, CAN- BN) are parallel-soldered to
DIN socket (6).
NOTICE
When using a combination of lights, please note the different color marks on the connectors.
Tracking arm 1:
red
Tracking arm 3: blue
Tracking arm 2:
yellow
Tracking arm 4: green
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Ceiling Tube Wiring Diagrams
4.4.1
Wiring Diagram for Rectifier for Ceiling Tube max. 27 VAC / 26–36 VDC
with ZSV Switch
1 Clamps
4 LED display with canopy (optional)
LED 1 = green; LED 2 = red
5 Terminal unit or color-coded connectors to
operating lamp
Light 1: red
Light 2: yellow
Light 3: blue
Light 4: green
6 Potential-free relay contact max. 1 A for
activating the control LED grid / battery
supply
2 Rectification
3 Switch
In case of multiple lights the AC connection is bridged on the terminal block!
Assignment of connections on the
clamps (1) for lights 1 to 3:
Fuse rating marLED®:
Clamp
a
b
c
d
e
f
Light 1
Light 2
Light 3
Value
Light 1
1
2
43
44
37
38
F4
F6
F8
10 A
Light 2
3
4
45
46
39
40
F5
F7
F9
10 A
Light 3
5
6
47
48
41
42
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Wiring diagrams power module SMPS 36/9
4.5.1
Available versions of the power module
Device type
Standard grid
IT grid
Item no. for ceiling installations:
89-420-31-04
Item no. for ceiling installations:
89-420-33-04
Item no. for separate
installations:89-420-61-04
Item no. for separate installations:
89-420-63-04
Item no. for ceiling installations:
89-420-30-04
Item no. for ceiling installations:
89-420-32-04
Item no. for separate installations:
89-420-60-04
Item no. for separate installations:
89-420-62-04
without ZSV
with ZSV
4.5.2
Wiring diagram without ZSV switch
SMPS without ZSV A1.1 for standard grid (A1.2 for IT Grid)
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2
Power module
SMPS 36/9 S3 U L (-N)
100–240 VAC 50–60 Hz
Input current 3.5–1 A
Output Power Max. 290 VA (28–36 VDC)
Rotary potentiometer (adjustment)
to set the output voltage 28–36 VDC
F11 only for IT grids (ungrounded power
supply)
Plug:
Plug type:
Fuse rating:
X1
Input 100–240 VAC, 50–60 Hz
F1 / F11
X3
Output 28 - 36 VDC
T5 AH250V
Connection data for clamps
X1
X3
Conductor cross-section flexible max.
2,5 mm
16 mm
Conductor cross-section with conducter sleeve max.
2,5 mm
16 mm
For IT grids (Power supply: Insulated, health protection: KLS Martin power module provides
grounding (French Terre) with fuses (F1 and F11) for both cable cores (L1, L2). In case of
standard grids with grounded zero conductor, the power modules (A1.1) must be used with
secured phase (only F1 for L).
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4.5.3
Wiring diagram with integrated ZSV switch
SMPS with ZSV A1.3 for standard grid (A1.4 for IT Grid)
1
2
Power module
SMPS 36/9 S3 U L (-N)
100–240 VAC 50–60 Hz
Input current 3.5–1 A
Output Power Max. 290 VA (28–36 VDC)
Rotary potentiometer (adjustment)
to set the ouput voltage 28–36 VDC
F11 only for IT grids (ungrounded power
supply)
Plug:
Plug type:
Fuse rating:
X1
Input 100–240 VAC, 50–60 Hz
F1 / F11
F4 / F5
X2
Input Battery 28–36 VDC
T5 AH250V
T10 AH250V
X3
Output 28–36 VDC
X4
Potential-free relay contact max. 1 A for
activating the control LED grid / battery
supply
X5
ZSV-LED AC (GN) / DC (RD) in the canopy
Connection data for clamps
X1 / X4
X2 / X3
Conductor cross-section flexible max.
2,5 mm
16 mm
Conductor cross-section with conducter sleeve max.
2,5 mm
16 mm
For IT grids (Power supply: Insulated, health protection: KLS Martin power module (A1.4)
provides grounding (French Terre) with fuses (F1 and F11) for both cable cores (L1, L2). In
case of standard grids with grounded zero conductor, the power modules (A1.3) must be used
with secured phase (only F1 for L).
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Function of the integrated ZSV switch (optional)
If a mains voltage of > 85 VAC is available and the power supply unit has reached its output
voltage (28–36 VDC), bipolar switching (+ and -) is used from the battery to the power supply
output.
If the power supply unit is turned off or if the input or output voltage of the power supply unit
drop below the operating limits, the load is supplied via the battery (X2).
Activation of mains voltage > 85 VAC is also indicated by an internal, green “AC OK” LED on
the top of the power supply unit.
The supplied, 2-coloured LED can be connected as a status indicator to the connection X5
(“LED AC/DC”).
4.5.5
Voltage adjustment
As a factory default, the pre-set voltage is indicated on the label (5). Adjust output voltage
(28–36 VDC) on the potentiometer (6) using a non-conducting screw driver. The most
important factor for the proper functioning of the lights is the correct voltage on the contact
block (see section 9 “Technical Data marLED® E9 / E9i / E15”, page 69).
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Fig. 4-1:
Installation on a support plate
Mounting dimensions power module without mounting plate
The power module is mounted to the ceiling tube with three screws (1) and the
support plate (2), where it is screwed on with countersunk screws M4x 8mm DIN 7991 (3).
4.5.7
Fig. 4-2:
Mounting rail installation
Mounting dimensions power module on optional mounting rail adapter (4)
NOTICE
Possible damage to the power module by excessive screwing!
If too long screws are used to screw the support plate or the mounting rail adapter to the
power module, the electronics of the module can be damaged!
Maximum length of engagement into the power module is 6mm!
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For installation of the power supply on a mounting rail, the support plate is replaced by the
mounting rail adapter (4) of the accessory / grounding kit. The mounting rail adapter is
screwed to the bottom of the SMPS with two of the three countersunk screws M4 x 8mm DIN
7991 (5) which were used earlier to screw the support plate to the SMPS (see location (3) in
Fig. 4-1).
4.6
Cable Connection CAN and RS232
4.6.1
CAN Bus and Addresses
The CAN bus signal requires 3 leads: CAN+, CAN- and reference level. It interconnects
processor-controlled circuit boards featuring a CAN bus connector.
Each of the processors connected can, in principle, give commands to one of the others and
execute their commands. The address that is set on the DIP switch SW6 within the lamp body
corresponds to the number by which the light can be controlled on the wall box.
A camera-ready light has the address 0 in a light combination. The remaining lights get
sequential numbers (1, 2, 3).
4.6.2
CAN Bus Terminating Resistor RA
The CAN bus must be fitted with a terminating resistor at both ends. In KLS Martin lights, each
printed board with CAN bus features a terminating resistor that can be enabled or disabled and
is switched on for all devices whose address is “0” (i.e. remains disabled for all other boards).
NOTICE
Even if one single light is operated individually, its terminating resistor must be set, as any
combined electronics use an internal CAN-Bus and rely on the correct functioning of the
communication. Internal resistance in the CAN-Bus must be 40 Ω–120 Ω
•
Measure in current-free state.
CAUTION
Possible malfunctions in case of incorrect setting of the terminating resistor!
If too many or too few terminating resistors are set, unforeseen malfunction can occur.
Every wall box is delivered with a RS232 cable that can be used for serial activation of the
lights.
The wall box can control multiple lights. A connection cable (15 m) is led from each ceiling
tube (1) to the wall box (3).
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Fig. 4-3:
Wall box, connected via two ceiling tubes (1)
1 Ceiling tube
2 RS232 cable
3 Wall box
4 Connection cable 15 m
5 Receptacle
Connection of the shielding (GND)
The receptacle of the cable shielding (GND) is connected to the flat plug shown on the right of
the illustration which is welded to the mounting plate for the surface-mount version and to the
rear of the casing for all other versions.
If multiple lights are connected, their shieldings (GND) will be combined in parallel in a new
receptacle (5).
Multiple ceiling tubes
If multiple cables from different ceiling tubes are connected, the CAN signal cables (YE, GN)
are each connected in parallel. Exactly one pair of the supply lines (GN, BN) is connected, all
others are insulated using shrink tubing and remain unused.
Thus up to four light systems can be controlled in parallel. In this case, note that the CAN-Bus
addresses of all lights used must be different.
NOTICE
Non-observance may lead to system failure!
The supply lines (GN, BN) of different ceiling tubes must under no circumstances be
connected in parallel, as in this case the power supply units may conflict with each other and
be destroyed!
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RS232 via COM Interface
Separate COM interface
The COM interface with RS232 serves as interface and can be mounted to the top-hat rail on
the ceiling tube using an angle bracket or can be mounted externally.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Arm System with Light(s)
CAN-Bus
RS232 Plug
RS232 Cable 2m
COM Interface
RS232 Connection
1
2
3
4
5
6
Arm System with Light(s)
CAN-Bus
RS232 Plug
RS232 Cable 2m
Wall Box with COM Interface
RS232 Connection
NOTICE
All lights must be wired with 5-pin lines.
COM interface in the wall box
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Pin Configuration X2 (CAN, RS232)
Illustration X2
Pin
Color
Signal / Connect
ion
Pin
7
GN
RS 232 GND
5
6
WH
RS 232 RX
2
5
BN
RS 232 TX
3
-
YE
The yellow wire of the RS232 cable is not
used.
4
BN
Supply GND
3
GN
Supply +24 V
2
GY
CAN Lo
1
YE
CAN Hi
RS232 Plug
The JST connector and the terminal block of X2 are wired on the board in parallel (indicated by
white lines in the illustration above). The pins 4 and 5 of the JST connector are guided in
parallel to pin 4 of the terminal block. If the plug must be cut from the cable, the cables are
connected in the terminal block.
T
G
28
Tx
GND
BN
GN
3
5
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Voltage Measurement using the Service Plug
Voltage measurement requires a special “service connector”. This plug bridges certain
functions (including safety functions such as voltage disconnection upon removal of the
sensoGrip handle), thus making voltage measurement possible.
Fig. 4-4: Service connector: order number and side view
Filter glass assembly
D-Sub socket, 25-pole
Jumpers on
service connector
1 Buttons
Fig. 4-5: Service connector pin assignment
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Wiring Diagram for Operating Foil
1 Raster 1,0 mm
2 Key on / off
3 Bi-color ED
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green (on top)
red (on bottom)
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Troubleshooting
5.1
Error Image with Information on possible Causes and
Corrective Actions
Problem: No control (e. g. brightness control) on wall box possible
Corrective action:
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Switch off power supply to light (reset).
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Check CAN-Bus to wall box (internal resistance 40 Ω–120 Ω).
•
Update of wall box / control electronics software or replacement of wall box and control
electronics.
Problem: The light cannot be switched on
Cause:
•
In case of reinstallation: Polarity of supply voltage is incorrect.
Corrective action:
•
Connect supply voltage correctly.
Problem: The light permanently switches on and off
Cause:
•
The operating light is probably supplied with alternating current (AC).
Corrective action:
•
Install a bridge rectifier with capacitor.
(Note: The AC voltage must be < 25 V.)
Problem: The LED on the control panel is off even though the voltage supply is
activated, the display is on and the light cannot be switched on.
Cause:
•
The sensoGrip is not plugged in correctly.
•
The micro switch is defective or has no contact.
Corrective action:
•
Remove sensoGrip and mount correctly again.
•
Replace defective micro switch in the sensoGrip.
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Problem: Light in the light combination is not working properly / partial malfunction
of the Light Engines
Cause:
•
Two or more lights may have identical CAN-Bus addresses.
Test:
•
In this case, every light works properly when it is disconnected from the CAN-Bus.
Corrective action:
•
Set correct addresses on the DIP switch SW 6 on the control electronics (see section 6.17
“Configuration of the marLED® E via DIP Switch”, page 53).
Problem: Wall box not working
Cause:
•
The wall box is supplied via the main light. If it is disconnected from the power supply, the
control components are switched off.
Corrective action:
•
6
Install a central main switch for all lights.
Replacement of components
WARNING
Danger of electrocution!
The lamp is operated at 100–240 VAC!
For all work on the lamp, turn off the customer-side power supply and secure it against
reactivation.
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Setup of the Control Electronics with Microfuse
The microfuses are located on locations (9) and (11).
1
2
3
4
5
Connection LE E9 Field A
Connection LE E15 Field A
–x–
Connection for operating foil
Handle Connection
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7
8
9
10
–x–
Connection LE E15 Field B
Connection LE E9 Field B
Microfuse 1 Slave
Cable terminal for power
supply
See section 6.13.1
“Connections”, page 49 for
the configuration.
11
12
13
14
15
Microfuse 2 Master
DIP Switch
Programming Interface
Connection LE E15 Field C
Connection LE E9 Field C
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Display of the operating foil
1
ON / OFF switch
2
LED
External error
Display green: On
— Undervoltage (supply voltage)
Display dark: Off
— Overtemperature
Display orange: Programming mode
Display red: There can be one of the
following errors
•
LED branches
— Power despite device being
switched off
— Interruption
— Short-circuit
— Overvoltage (maybe interruption
or defective LED)
3/9
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•
Internal error
— Watchdog Reset
— Software Reset
— Flash CRC
— RAM Test
— EEProm faulty
— internal stack error
— internal communications error
(Master <=> Slave)
Light field size
The size (diameter) of the circular light field can be adjusted. The left button (3)
must be used to decrease the diameter, the right button (9) is for increasing it. The
currently set diameter is indicated by LEDs located between the two buttons.
4/8
5,6,7
Illuminance
Operating the left button (4) reduces the illuminance, operating the right button (8)
increases it. The current illumination level is indicated by LEDs located between the
two buttons: The left LED (5) indicates the “backLite” mode (5%), whereas the right
LED (7) indicates “boost” mode. Values between 30% and 100%–as represented by
the three LEDs (6) in the middle–are intended for normal operation.
To activate the “backLite” mode (5%), the left button (4) must be operated again
after selecting the minimum illumination level, whereas for “boost” mode the right
button (8) must be operated again after selecting the maximum illumination level.
“Boost” operating mode: Large light field with maximum illuminance for large
surgical sites. All light engines are activated with maximum brightness. All LEDs of
the “light field size” and “illuminance” indicators (3–9) are activated as well.
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Components of the Lamp Body
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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Rubber gasket
Handle
Bearing block
Control
electronics
Lower casing
Handle
assembly
Light Engine
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6.4
Removing the Light Engine
WARNING
Danger of electrocution!
The lamp is operated at 100–240 VAC!
For all work on the lamp, turn off the customer-side power supply and secure it against
reactivation.
For removal, the assembly-disassembly tool is required (see section 12.1 “List of tools”,
page 98).
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•
Raise the lever (2) of the assemblydisassembly tool (3).
•
Place the assembly-disassembly tool (3)
onto the cover glass (4) of the Light Engine
so that the handle (1) faces away from the
center of the casing.
•
Lower the lever (2) to cause the assemblydisassembly tool (3) to adhere by suction to
the glass lid of the Light Engine.
•
Slowly pull the handle (1) towards the
center of the casing (A) until a gap (5)
opens between the Light Engine and the
casing.
•
Then pull the handle (1) in the direction of
(B) until the Light Engine detaches from the
casing.
•
Take Light Engine out of the lamp body on
the assembly-disassembly tool without
pulling on the cable.
•
Raise the lever (2) and remove the
assembly-disassembly tool (3) from the
Light Engine.
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Risk of damage to cables!
•
Do not pull on the cables!
•
Remove the plug connections only by handling the connector casings!
•
Use the unplugging tool (Item no. 08-670-50-04) to remove the plug connections.
•
Turn around the Light Engine (6) and unplug
the cable with appropriate tools (7).
Now a new Light Engine can be installed (see
section 6.5 “”, page 37).
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The gating (3) is used to correctly align the
Light Engines (1) in the lamp body.
•
Find gating (3) of the Light Engine (1).
The arrow indicates the gating (3).
Note
For easy attachment, a silicone-based releasing
agent can be used.
•
Slightly dampen a cloth and wipe the
opening of the lamp casing.
The illustration shows the correct orientation of
the Light Engines (1) as seen from below (not
visible from the outside).
Using the assembly-disassembly tool, insert the
Light Engine (1) in a way that the gating (3)
points towards the lamp body in the direction of
the red dot (4).
•
Push the glass cover into the opening in
direction (5) until it snaps into place.
•
Check the seal of the glass lid for correct fit.
The Light Engine (1) is fully assembled.
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Opening the casing
WARNING
Danger of electrocution!
The lamp is operated at 100–240 VAC!
For all work on the lamp, turn off the customer-side power supply and secure it against
reactivation.
NOTICE
Risk of property damage due to falling parts!
The lamp must not be opened as long as it is fixed to the suspension system! The lamp must
be taken down first (see installation manual marLED marLux, chapter 9 “Lamp Installation /
TFT Suspensions”).
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Remove all three Light Engines (see section
Kapitel 6.5 “”, page 37).
The lamp body screws (1) are now accessible.
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•
Unscrew center screws (2).
•
Turn the lamp body with the bottom of the
lamp body facing down.
•
Remove the lamp cover.
The control electronics are now accessible.
6.7
Replacing the Control Electronics
WARNING
Danger of electrocution!
The lamp is operated at 100–240 VAC!
For all work on the lamp, turn off the customer-side power supply and secure it against
reactivation.
•
Create access to control electronics (see section 6.6 “”, page 39).
•
Remove all plug connections (see section 6.11 “Plug Connections on Control Electronics
and Light Engine”, page 44).
•
Replace control electronics (see section 6.6 “”, page 39).
•
Re-establish all plug connections (see section 6.11 “Plug Connections on Control
Electronics and Light Engine”, page 44).
6.8
Replacing the operating foil
WARNING
Danger of electrocution!
In case of damage or incorrect installation of the electrical components (e.g. cables,
connectors, components), the suspension arm system may be energized. In this case there is
danger of electrocution!
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Open lamp casing (see section 6.6 “”,
page 39).
The connection (1) for the operating foil is
located at the upper corner of the board.
Pin 1 (4) is located on the left side.
•
Carefully pull out the latch (2).
•
Pull the flat ribbon cable (3) out of the
socket (1).
In the next step the operating foil is
destroyed!
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Press a flat screwdriver (6) through the
gap (5) against the operating foil (7).
•
Press out the operating foil (7), remove and
discard it.
•
Carefully remove any residual adhesive from
the casing.
•
Push the flat ribbon cable of the new
operating foil through the gap in the casing
and attach the operating foil.
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6.9
System Overview
The following illustration shows the control electronics with the foil control panel and the Light
Engines.
1 Central handle
2 Narrow light field
3 marLED® E15 only
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4 Narrow light field
5 Wide light field
6 Control electronics
7 Control panel
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Light Engine Versions
The Light Engine for a narrow light field has a
surface with slight texture.
narrow light field
The Light Engine for a wide light field has a
stronger texture.
wide light field
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Pin assignment at X1
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Plug Connections on Control Electronics and Light Engine
For a better overview, the 4-pin socket housing are labeled according to the cable colors
above.
Cable harness of the Light Engine for marLED® E9
1 XPH-12 socket housing
2 3x 4-pin socket housing
Cable harness of the Light Engine for marLED® E15
1 XPH-20 socket housing
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Light Engine Locations
Also see section 6.11 “Plug Connections on Control Electronics and Light Engine”, page 44.
marLED®E9
marLED®E9i
marLED®E15 to HW 02
marLED®E15 from HW 03
Light Engine Location
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Assignment of the Light Engines to the colors of the
socket housings according to chapter 6.11, page 44.
BK
Black
GN
Green
YE
Yellow
GY
Gray
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Red
Plug Connections on the Control Electronics
When connecting the plug connections, pay attention to the location of pin 1 on the plugs
X8, X9, X10, X13, X15 and X16!
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Connections X13, X15, X16.
Connections X8, X9, X10.
Checking the individual Light Engines
Checking the individual Light Engines
The following voltages apply in case of an LED
current of 350 mA for all Light Engines in Boost
Mode.
The following voltages apply in case of an LED
current of 350 mA for all Light Engines in Boost
Mode.
White LEDs
White LEDs
On each of X13, X15, X16 between
On each of X8, X9, X10
Pin 1 and Pin 2
8.7 V–11.4 V
Pin 1 and Pin 2
8.7 V–11.4 V
Pin 5 and Pin 6
8.7 V–11.4 V
Pin 5 and Pin 6
8.7 V–11.4 V
Pin 9 and Pin 10
8.7 V–11.4 V
Pin 9 and Pin 10
8.7 V–11.4 V
All white LEDs Channel M0 between
Pin 13 and Pin 14
8.7 V–11.4 V
X13 Pin 1 and X16 Pin 2
Pin 17 and Pin 18
8.7 V–11.4 V
26.1 V–34.2 V
All white LEDs Channel S0 between
All white LEDs Channel M0 between
X13 Pin 6 and X16 Pin 7
X8 Pin1 and X10 Pin2
26.1 V–34.2 V
43.5 V–57.0 V
All white LEDs Channel S1 between
All white LEDs Channel S0 between
X13 Pin 9 and X16 Pin 10
X8 Pin5 and X10 Pin10
26.1 V–34.2 V
43.5 V–57.0 V
All white LEDs Channel S1 between
X8 Pin17 and X10 Pin18
43.5 V–57.0 V
Red LEDs
Red LEDs
On each of X13, X15, X16 between
On each of X8, X9, X10
Pin 3 and Pin 4
2.0 V–3.0 V
Pin 3 and Pin 4
Pin 7 and Pin 8
2.0 V–3.0 V
Pin 7 and Pin 8
2.0 V–3.0 V
Pin 11 and Pin 12
2.0 V–3.0 V
Pin 11 and Pin 12
2.0 V–3.0 V
All red LEDs Channel M0 between
Pin 15 and Pin 16
2.0 V–3.0 V
X13 Pin 3 and X16 Pin 4
Pin 19 and Pin 20
2.0 V–3.0 V
6.0 V–9.0 V
2.0 V–3.0 V
All red LEDs Channel S0 between
All red LEDs Channel M0 between
X13 Pin 7 and X16 Pin 8
X8 Pin 3 and X10 Pin 4
6.0 V–9.0 V
10.0 V–15.0 V
All red LEDs Channel S10 between
All red LEDs Channel S0 between
X13 Pin 11 and X16 Pin 12
X8 Pin 7 and X10 Pin 12
6.0 V–9.0 V
12.0 V–18.0 V
All red LEDs Channel S1 between
X8 Pin 19 and X10 Pin 20
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Connections for Supply Voltage and Light Engines
Pin
Color
Signal / connection
1
WH
CAN_HIGH
2
BN
CAN_LOW
3
BU
GND, CAN_GND
4
RD
+24–36 VDC supply
(with GND 24–36 TRMS)
Connections clamps of the control electronics
Connection for Light Engine of marLED® E15
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Connection for D-Sub Plug
Cable set “Standard”
Cable set “Camera”
Connection (1) on the control electronics
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Connect plug (1) to the socket (4) on the
board.
•
Attach board by inserting the pins (2) into
the openings (3).
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Connect plug (5) with socket (6).
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1
2
3
4
5
6
Measuring the Input Voltage on the Control Electronics
Connection LE E9
Connection LE E15
-xConnection for operating foil
Handle Connection
-x-
7
8
9
10
11
12
Connection LE E15
Connection LE E9
Microfuse 1
Main connection
Microfuse 2
DIP Switch
13
14
15
16
17
18
Programming Interface
Connection LE E15
Connection LE E9
GND*
Master IN*
Slave IN*
*The input voltage (lamp) 28–36 VDC of Master and Slave can be measured here
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Configuration of the marLED® E via DIP Switch
NOTICE
Avoid malfunctions!
The DIP switch positions must be adopted when replacing the control electronics!
DIP switches 3 to 8 must be set to OFF.
The light can be configured via a DIP switch on the circuit board.
DIP switches for CAN addresses (0 = OFF, 1 = ON) and configuration:
DIP switch positions SW 6
Upper DIP switch position means ON = 1.
Lower DIP switch position means OFF = 0.
The DIP switch positions must be adopted when replacing the control electronics!
Configuration of the CAN-Bus addresses
The address (0 to 3) for the CAN-Bus is set via DIP switch.
For the control electronics of the light, these are switches DIP 1 and DIP 2 of SW 6:
SW 6 (control electronics)
DIP 1
DIP 2
CAN-Bus address
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
2
1
1
3
DIP 3–DIP 6 are not used.
For the correct synchronization of several lights, the CAN-Bus address must also be set
correctly without the wall box.
Configuration of the Camera Option
Switch 7 = ON: If camera is available
Configuration between lamp type marLED® E15 and marLED® E9
Switch 8 = ON: Controls are configured for lamp type marLED E15®.
Switch 8 = OFF: Controls are configured for lamp type marLED® E9.
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Interface adapter marLED® E (# 08-653-05-04)
1 Connection
marLED® E9+15
2 Connection marLED® E3
3 Reset key
4 Connection to X11
5 Slave
6 Program
7 RSR232 connection to PC
8 Run
9 Master
10 PWR = Power
(Power supply OK)
11 Rx = Receive
12 Tx = Transmit
(Send)
13 Pro. = Selector switch 6
for program
Fig. 6-2:
Interface Adapters
NOTICE
Improper use of the interface adapter may destroy it and damage the lamp.
The interface adapter (Art. No.: 08-653-05-04) marLED® E is designed exclusively for the
marLED® E Series (E3 / E9 / E9i / E15).
Use with the following products is expressly prohibited:
•
Control electronics marLux®
•
Master control panel marLux®
•
marLED® RS-232 interface card
•
Control electronics surgiCam®
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6.19
Software Update
WARNING
Danger of electrocution!
The marLED® E9 / E9i / E15 is supplied with mains voltage. Avoid contact with mains voltage!
NOTICE
Follow the instructions below to update individual components.
6.19.1
Installing the C2Prog programming software on the PC
NOTICE
Installation of the C2Prog programming software requires the latest Java software to be
installed on your PC.
The software package contains the files
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setup.exe
Complete installer for C2Prog
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targets.custom.xml
Parameter file for C2Prog; must be copied manually into the proper location
Installation steps:
•
Run setup.exe. The program will guide you through the necessary installation steps.
•
The program directory defaults to C:\Programs\C2Prog. This can be accepted or changed.
•
Copy the file targets.custom.xml into the \targets\ subdirectory of the program
directory. With the default program directory, this will be C:\Programs\C2Prog\targets.
Thus the program C2Prog is installed in the program directory and can be launched from there.
6.19.2
Connecting the interface adapter
WARNING
Danger of electrocution!
The lamp is operated at 100–240 VAC! Switch off the lamp and then unplug it, or reliably deenergize it and secure it against reactivation.
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NOTICE
Without an interface adapter connected, malfunction may result!
Always link the connecting cable (5) with the interface adapter attached (6) to the lamp.
NOTICE
Risk of damage to property
Non-compliance may lead to property damage (loss of time, loss of data, machinery defects,
etc.)!
6.19.3
Programming
Two different DSPs (Digital Signal Processors) are installed on the circuit board of the marLED®
E9 / E9i / E15 which must be programmed with different programs. The DSPs are
discriminated as Master and Slave.
The programming is done via the same connection and the programming software C2Prog.
Setup and connection
•
Turn off supply voltage of the marLED® E9 / E9i / E15.
•
Connect RS232 interface (3) of the computer via interface adapter to the marLED®
E9 / E9i / E15 at connection X7 (1, 2).
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Configuration on the programming adapter
4
5
6
7
Slave
Program
Master
Run
•
Set the right switch (5) to “Program”.
•
Use the left switch to select Master (6) or Slave (4) DSP.
•
Turn on power supply and switch on the marLED® E9 / E9i / E15.
The programming mode is activated only during power up.
Programming instructions Master
•
Use the left switch to select Master (6) DSP.
Use of the C2Prog PC software
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Start the C2Prog.exe program.
•
For the update of the Master DSP, under “File” select the *.ehx file to be programmed.
•
Make the settings shown below under “Programming Configuration”.
•
Select the interface (2) under “Port”.
•
Click the button “Program” (3).
Program update Master DSP starts.
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After successful update of the Master DSP close the window by clicking “OK”.
Programming instructions Slave
NOTICE
The program update for the Slave DSP can be performed directly after the program update of
the Master without reset.
•
Use the left switch to select Slave (4) DSP.
•
For the update of the Slave DSP, under “File” select the *.ehx file to be programmed.
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Make the settings shown below under “Programming Configuration”.
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Select the interface (2) under “Port”.
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Click the button “Program”.
Program update Slave DSP starts.
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After successful update of the Master DSP close the window by clicking “OK”.
•
Unplug programming adapter and activate Power ON / OFF on the lamp.
•
Perform functional check by switching on the lamp again.
6.20
Replacing the Cardan Suspension
This chapter describes the required steps to replace the cardan suspension, for example in
cases where there is not enough room height for the installed comfort version.
WARNING
Danger of injury by spring arm snapping upwards!
If not secured, the spring arm will snap upwards when removing the lamp body!
•
Before disassembly of the lamp body parts, secure the spring arm on the bottom.
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2
3
•
Brake screw
Bearing block
Securing segment with screw
Open lamp casing (see section 6.6 “”,
page 39).
Fig. 6-1: Attachment of cardan joint
4
Cardan joint
•
Note down the connection locations of
the cables that are led through the
cardan joint.
•
Remove cables and cable fastening
(cable tie and holding clamps where
required).
Fig. 6-2: Attachment of cardan joint
3
Securing segment with screw
•
Unscrew brake screw (3).
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Remove securing segment (2).
Fig. 6-3: Attachment of cardan joint
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4
5
Bearing block
Cardan joint
Connection cable
•
The cardan joint (4) can now be freely
removed from the bearing block (2). The
remaining brake screws remain screwed
on.
•
Remove connection cable (5) and pull
out of the bearing block (2) towards the
back.
Fig. 6-4: Removing old cardan joint
2
4
5
•
Bearing block
Cardan joint
Connection cable
Lubricate cardan pin of the new cardan
joint (4) and insert it into the bearing
block (2) with the connection cables (5)
first.
Fig. 6-5: Inserting new cardan joint
6
7
•
Holding clamps
Cable tie
Reattach cables, cable tie (7) and
holding clamps (6) according to your
own notes.
Fig. 6-6: Reattaching the cables
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•
Securing segment with screw
Attach securing segment with screw (3)
and tighten with a screwdriver.
Fig. 6-7: Attaching securing element
8
•
Protective ground wire
Tighten protective ground wire (8) with a
screwdriver.
Fig. 6-8: Attaching protective ground wire
9
•
Vise
Fix cardan joint in bearing seat using the
vise (9).
Fig. 6-9: Fixing the cardan joint
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Fig. 6-10:
Fig. 6-11:
6.21
Brake screw
•
Lubricate and insert brake screw (1) and
screw on using a screwdriver.
•
Check connection locations of the cables,
cables and cable fastening against your
notes.
Inserting lubricated brake screw
Checking the assembly
Closing the casing
•
Turn the lamp body with the bottom of the lamp body facing down.
•
Check all plug connections:
— Cables must not be clamped.
— The gasket must sit closely in all locations.
•
Put on the lamp cover.
•
Turn lamp body on the lamp cover.
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Screw in center screws (2).
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Turn the flaps in a way that the screws can
be easily accessed with the screwdriver.
•
Screw in screws on the lamp casing (1).
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Attach all Light Engines (see section 6.5 “”,
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Change History
NOTICE
Hardware / software (HW / SW) statuses
You can learn the HW / SW version of the marLED® E9 / E9i / E15 lamp from the serial
number (see section 8 “Serial Number Structure”, page 68).
7.1
Overview of Software Changes
Lamp
type
marLED®
E9 / E9i
/ E15
Version
conc.
Date
HW /
SWstatus
Description of change
all
all =
April 2012
SW 00
Introduction of the new E9, E15 operating light with
firmware on the control electronics version 00-00-32
all
all
April 2012
SW 01
Update of the software on the control electronics
from 000032 to 00-00-33
(Mob.,
Wall,
Ceiling)
Reduction of the light intensity in Boost Mode. The ratio of
light distribution between narrow light field and wide light
field was changed from 1:1 to 4:5.
Introduction of the marLED® RS232 COM interface board
with software version 0-2-70
all
all
May 2012
SW 02
Update of the software on the control electronics
from 000033 to 00-00-35
•
LED currents can be calibrated to up to 400 mA
•
Increase of the light intensity in Boost Mode. The
ratio of light distribution between narrow light field and
wide light field was reverted from 4:5 to 1:1.
all
all
May 2012
SW 03
Update of the software on the control electronics
from 000035 to 00-00-36
Via DIP switch 8 on the control electronics, it is possible to
choose between the controls for E9 and E15. The light field
distribution will change accordingly.
DIP switch 8 = on: Controls are configured for E15.
DIP switch 8 = off: Controls are configured for E9.
all
all
June 2012
SW 04
Update of the software on the control electronics
from 00-00-36 to 00-00-37
The new software prevents unintentional, temporary
switching off of the lamp when adjustments are made
using the multipurpose handle (SensoGrip).
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type
marLED®
E9 / E9i
/ E15
Version
conc.
Date
HW /
SWstatus
Description of change
marLED® RS232 COM interface board
Introduction of the RS232 COM interface board with
software version 0-2-70
E9, E15
with
SurgiCam
and
interface
all
Oct. 2012
SW 05
Update of the software on the marLED® RS232 COM
interface board from 0-2-70 to 0-3-06
Activation of the camera controls when using the wall box.
This software version also includes the software for the
communication of the marLED® E9 / E15. This means that
there is now only software version for the marLED® RS232
COM interface board.
Update of the software on the additional board of
the camera from 00-00-28 to 00-00-29
Irregular zoom speed of the camera fixed.
See change note: 41 12 02 15.
all
with wall
box,
COM
interface
Nov. 2012
SW 06
Update of the software on the marLED® RS232 COM
interface board from 0-3-06 to 0-3-10
This software version also includes the software for the
communication of the marLED® E9 / E15. This means that
there is now only one software version for the marLED®
RS232 COM interface board.
See change notes 43 12 02 18.
all
Dec. 2012
SW 07
Update of the software on the control electronics
from 00-00-37 to 00-00-38
In this version, the internal pull-up resistors on the switch
signals were deactivated. This fixes the problem that the
lamp changes its settings in activated mode without
activation of the multi-purpose handle (SensoGrip).
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Overview of Hardware Changes
Lamp
type
marLED®
E9 / E9i
/ E15
Version
conc.
Date
HW /
SWstatus
Description of change
all
all =
April 2012
HW 00
Introduction of the new marLED® E9 / E15 operating
light
all
all with S Aug. 2012
cardan
joint
HW 01
Change of bearing block and cardan joint (only for
semi cardan joint first)
E15
Ceiling
Sep. 2012
HW 02
Introduction of an additional filter plate for the
additional camera board
The filter board is attached between the connection plug of
the camera rotation motor and the connection plug of the
additional camera board.
It is used to improve current feed to the camera rotation
motor. This ensures that the motor rotates evenly and
powerfully.
See change note: 38 12 04 14.
E15 C
all
Oct. 2012
HW 03
Changed Engine setup on the marLED® E15
(Mob.,
Wall,
Ceiling)
The lateral bearing shaft in the bearing block of the lamp
body is secured with a plate in addition to the brake screw.
The plate sits on the groove of the lateral bearing shaft
and is screwed together at the bearing block. The bearing
shaft is additionally grounded with a PE line.
In order to improve the shadiness values, the Light
Engines were adjusted to the positioning of the
marLED® E9.
E9, E15
all
all
Oct. 2012
HW 04
Change of the material for the handle fixation for the
sterilizable handle on the handle unit.
The plastic molded part has been changed to a turned /
machined part.
See change note: 39 12 02 22.
E9, E15
all
all
Nov. 2012
HW 05
Improvement of the upper and lower lamp casings
The screw domes for fixing the upper and lower part are
reinforced with a ribbing.
The two outer screw domes that are arranged on the
wings of the lamp body on top of the marLED® E15 are
longer so that the holding clamps must no longer be
shimmed. The manufacturing process was improved in
order to achieve even higher stability. The embossment for
the foil keyboard is deeper.
See change note: 46 12 02 04.
E9, E15
all,
without
camera,
cameraready
all
Dec. 2012
HW 06
Change of the material of the handle fixation for the
sterilizable handle on the handle unit.
The plastic molded part or the turned aluminum part,
respectively, is changed to a turned / machined part made
of “POM” plastic.
See change note: 47 12 02 37.
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Serial Number Structure
The serial number can be found on the type plate that is attached to the cardan joint (in case
of a full cardan joint, left in the illustration) or on the lamp body (in case of an LC cardan joint,
centrally in the illustration). It looks as follows:
m
E_9
A3B
00
00
11
C
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Installation type: C = ceiling, W = wall
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Year of manufacture: = 2011
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Software version
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Hardware version
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Specification key combining electrical, optical and mechanical parameters
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9999
Consecutive number per year of
manufacture *
Typ E9, E9i or E15
KLS Martin marLED® operating light
* Each year of manufacture starts with “0001” again.
Should you have any questions or need to file a complaint, please indicate your light’s
complete serial number.
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Technical Data marLED® E9 / E9i / E15
9.1
Technical Data marLED® E9 / E9i
marLED® E9
Input voltage of power supply unit:
100–240 VAC, 50–60 Hz
Output voltage of power supply unit:
(28–36 VDC adjustable)
Supply voltage on contact block
Power rating of power supply unit
marLED® E9i
min. 24 VDC, max. 30 VDC
Input: 340 VA, Output: 290 VA continuous operation
Power consumption on 220–240 VAC
Boost:
max. 102 VA
Power consumption on 100–130 VAC
Boost:
80 VA
Power consumption on 24VAC
Boost:
45 W
narrow light field, brightness level 8:
35 W
Power consumption camera
8 VA / 5 W
Light sources
High-performance LEDs, clustered in 9 Light Engines
Service life of the LEDs
40.000 h
Max. light intensity Ec
120.000 lx
160.000 lx
Total irradiation power
at max. light intensity
ca. 375 W/m²
ca. 469 W/m²
Photometric radiation equivalent
320 lm / W
320 lm / W
Light field diameter D10,
small–large
16–23 cm
16–23 cm
Light field diameter D50
10 cm
9,5 cm
Color temperature
4,300 K
Color rendering index (CRI)
95
Shadow dilution with one mask*
46 %
63 %
Shadow dilution with two masks*
44 %
48 %
Shadow dilution in standard tube *
99 %
99 %
Shadow dilution in standard tube with
one mask *
45 %
50 %
Shadow dilution in standard tube with
two masks *
44 %
45 %
Dimmability
30–100 % (backLite 5 %)
Operation
Sterile when using sensoGrip (optional)
Non-sterile when using control panel
Illumination depth L1+L2 at 20 %
330 + 500 mm
330 + 500 mm
at 60 %
180 + 230 mm
180 + 230 mm
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Protection class
marLED® E9i
I acc. to IEC 60601-1
Ambient conditions
- Storage temperature
-10 °C up to +50 °C at 20–90 % humidity
(non-condensing)
- Operating temperature
5 °C up to +40 °C at 30–80 % humidity
(non-condensing)
- Air pressure min.
- Max. operating height
min. 700–1,060 hPa
4000 m above sea level
*
Shadow dilution relative to Ec max.
All values were determined in accordance with IEC 60601-2-41.
Subject to technical and design changes. Photometric values are subject to a measuring tolerance of 5%.
9.2
Technical Data marLED® E15
marLED® E15
Input voltage of power supply unit:
100–240 VAC, 50–60 Hz
Output voltage of power supply unit:
(28–36 VDC adjustable)
Supply voltage on contact block
Power rating of power supply unit
min. 24 VDC, max. 30 VDC
Input: 340 VA, Output: 290 VA continuous operation
Power consumption on 220–240 VAC
Boost:
max. 126 VA
Power consumption on 100–130 VAC
Boost:
max. 90 VA
Power consumption on 24VAC
Boost:
64 W
narrow light field, brightness level 8:
49 W
Power consumption camera
Light sources
8 VA / 5 W
High-performance LEDs, clustered in 15 Light Engines
Service life of the LEDs
40.000 h
Max. light intensity Ec
160.000 lx
Total irradiation power
at max. light intensity
ca. 469 W/m²
Photometric radiation equivalent
320 lm/W
Light field diameter D10,
small–large
17,5–26 cm
Light field diameter D50
11 cm
Color temperature
Color rendering index (CRI)
4.300 K
95
Shadow dilution with one mask*
63 %
Shadow dilution with two masks*
51 %
Shadow dilution in standard tube *
81 %
Shadow dilution in standard tube with
one mask *
45 %
Shadow dilution in standard tube with
two masks *
37 %
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Dimmability
30–100 % (backLite 5 %)
Operation
Sterile when using sensoGrip (optional)
Non-sterile when using control panel
Illumination depth L1+L2 at 20 %
330 + 450 mm
at 60 %
150 + 220 mm
Protection class
I acc. to IEC 60601-1
Ambient conditions
- Storage temperature
- Operating temperature
- Air pressure min.
- Max. operating height
*
-10 °C up to +50 °C at 20–90 % humidity (noncondensing)
5 °C up to +40 °C at 30–80 % humidity (non-condensing)
min. 700–1,060 hPa
4000 m above sea level
Shadow dilution relative to Ec max.
All values were determined in accordance with IEC 60601-2-41.
Subject to technical and design changes. Photometric values are subject to a measuring tolerance of 5%.
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Technical Safety Check and Intensive Maintenance
10.1
Information regarding the Technical Safety Check and
Intensive Maintenance
After all type work on an operating light, such as repair work, but at least every 24 months, a
technical safety check must be performed by an authorized person.
NOTICE
We recommend intensive maintenance every 24 months instead of the obligatory technical
safety inspection.
•
Technical safety checks or maintenance work may be performed only by persons who, by
virtue of their training, knowledge and experience gained from practical activities are able
to properly perform such safety checks and who are not obliged to adhere to instructions
by superiors with regard to such control activities.
•
Only employees of the Gebrüder Martin Service Center or specially trained and therefore
authorized persons have such knowledge, abilities and meet the respective requirements!
•
The basis for the inspection protocol is the standard EN 60601-2-41 “Particular
requirements for basic safety and essential performance of surgical luminaires and
luminaires for diagnosis” and DIN VDE 0751-1 “Recurrent test and test after repair of
medical electrical equipment”.
•
A protocol sheet must be filled in for each lamp or lamp body.
— This means that in case of an operating room with a combination marLED® E9 /
E9i / E15, two sheets must be filled in. On the first sheet, marLED® E9, double, ceiling
is underlined. On the second sheet, marLED® E15, double, ceiling must be underlined.
— Under “Additions” everything that is an addition or deviates from the standards
(special solutions) should be noted. An example of an addition would be: surgiCam®
digital
on the lamp body or separate arm (incl. serial number), flat screen, etc.
— The room or theatre no. as well as the serial no. must always be indicated.
•
Prepare three copies of each inspection protocol, where
— the original remains with the customer / operator,
— one copy is intended for the service personnel and
— one copy must be sent to the Martin Service Center.
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WARNING
Touching live parts can lead to life-threatening electric shock!
•
Therefore, fully disconnect the operating light (combination) in the building and secure
against unintentional startup for all work on the operating light that do not necessarily
require the lamp to be in operation.
•
Also deactivate the emergency power supply for the light (combination)!
WARNING
Danger of death or serious bodily injury!
If there are safety-related defects on the operating light, it must be put out of operation and
be secured against unauthorized use by appropriate measures (e. g. removing the input
fuses, marking with warning signs)!
•
Immediately inform customer and the Martin Service Center!
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10.2
Inspection Protocol for Intensive Maintenance including
Technical Safety Check
Inspection Protocol for Intensive Maintenance including Technical Safety Check
Underline as appropriate:
marLED® E9 / E9i / E15, TFT, surgiCam® digital
one / two / three / four lights,
ceiling, wall, mobile
Extras:
Room / OR No.:
Serial No.:
Customer:
Company:
1. Checking the wall / ceiling assembly for stability
OK.
Not OK
N/A
a) Checking the wall / ceiling assembly
–Heavy-duty anchor torque
(
Nm)
–Intermediate ceiling assembly torque
(
Nm)
b) Checking ceiling tube alignment
c) Checking the insulating rings, washers and spring lock washers
d) Bolted connections of ceiling tube
(
Nm)
e) Electric lines, connections and circuit boards
2. Checking potential equalization / protective conductor (PE) resistance
N/A
Light: internal resistance between PE main terminal (max. 0.3 Ω)
and:
(See first-measured value recorded in Handover Report)
3. Checking the suspension arm system
Ω
OK
Not OK
N/A
a) Checking and securing the fixing screws
b) Checking the safety sleeve
c) Checking the locking screw
d) Checking the nose segment
e) Checking the brake setscrews
f) Checking the spring arm setting
g) Checking the type plate and the warning signs
h) Checking the sliding contacts / plug contacts in the cantilever
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4. Checking the light head
OK
Not OK
N/A
a) Checking for damage
b) Checking electrical connections
and plug connections
c) Installing new software
SW _____________
d) Checking the Light Engines and ground glass
e) Checking the lamp casing and back plate
f) Checking the Light Engines
5. Checking the light functions
OK
Not OK N / A
a) Checking the emergency power switch of KLS Martin
b) Functional check according to Instructions for Use
c) Checking the light field
d) Checking the light intensity
Specified: min.–max.
Actual:
e) Checking the lamp voltage at nominal load on the contact block
Specified:
Actual:
28–36 VDC
No defects found. The operating light can be kept in operation
The operating light may still be operated despite certain deficiencies
The defects found require immediate attention before the operating light is used again, as otherwise
patients, users or third parties may be at risk.
Test equipment used (ID no.):
Comment:
Date / signaturet:
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Test Instructions for Intensive Maintenance
The required checks, whose results must be documented in the Test Report as part of the
Safety Check, have been subdivided into four sections:
•
Checking the wall / ceiling assembly for stability
•
Checking potential equalization / protective conductor (PE) resistance
•
Checking the suspension arm system
•
Checking the light functions
NOTICE
If a test instruction is followed by the symbol (ticked box) shown below, you must document
the test results in the appropriate section of the Test Report:
•
√
(plus torque)
1.) Checking the Wall / Ceiling Assembly for Stability
Tools required:
torque wrench, extension, attachments / bits 17 / 19 / 23, spirit level
a) Checking the wall / ceiling assembly
•
Check all heavy-duty anchors and fixing nuts of the ceiling anchor plate (and of the
intermediate ceiling assembly if applicable) for secure fixation, taking due account of the
specifications below.
Heavy-duty anchor torques
Fig. 10-1:
Checking the torques of the heavy-duty anchors
•
Heavy-duty anchor 10 / 20
Tightening torque (MP) = 50 Nm (used for round ceiling anchor plates)
•
Heavy-duty anchor 12 / 25:
Tightening torque (MP) = 80 Nm (used for square ceiling anchor plates)
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WARNING
Life hazard or danger of severe injuries!
If the torques indicated above cannot be reached for one or more heavy-duty anchors,
reinstall the ceiling anchor plate by taking suitable measures (e.g. enlarge mounting holes or
move plate, drilling new holes for plate installation)!
•
√
(plus torque)
Intermediate ceiling assembly torque
Fig. 10-2
1
Ceiling anchor plate
2
M16 nut
3
Intermediate plate
Checking the torques on the intermediate ceiling construction
•
Check all M16 fixing nuts of the ceiling anchor plate and the intermediate plate (if
applicable) for proper tightening, using a torque of 65 Nm.
•
√
NOTICE
Torque checks on intermediate ceiling assembly!
If the torques of the heavy-duty anchors and the intermediate ceiling assembly have been
documented in the Handover Report, the technician may check them again if considered
necessary.
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b) Checking ceiling tube alignment
•
Check the correct (vertical) alignment of the ceiling tube using a water level.
•
√
c) Checking the insulating rings, washers and spring lock washers
•
Check if insulation rings (1), washers (2) and spring rings (3) are present on all screw
connections on the ceiling tube.
•
√
Fig. 10-3:
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1
Insulating rings
2
Washers
3
Spring lock washer
4
M12 nuts
Checking the ceiling tube screw connections
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d) Checking the bolted connections on the ceiling tube
•
Check all fixing nuts (4) for secure fixation on the ceiling-tube bolts (tightening torque:
45 Nm).
Fig. 10-4
•
Checking the torques of the bolted connections of the ceiling tube
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NOTICE
To check the torques with which the nuts are tightened, the bolted connections must first be
relieved from the lever action of the suspension arms and light head(s).
•
Rotate the tracking arm(s) (4) to the position shown in figure a), then check the torques of
the two nuts (1) and tighten the nuts with a torque of 45 Nm if necessary!
•
Rotate the tracking arm(s) (4) to the position shown in figure b), then check the torques of
the two nuts (2) and tighten the nuts with a torque of 45 Nm if necessary!
•
Rotate the tracking arm(s) (4) to the position shown in figure c), then check the torques of
the two nuts (3) and tighten the nuts with a torque of 45 Nm if necessary!
e) Checking the electric lines, connections and boards
•
Check all screwed and clipped connections of the electrical components (mains connection,
ASPS changeover assembly, etc.) for proper working condition and stability. Also, check all
electric lines and boards for proper working order.
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2. Checking Potential Equalization / Protective Conductor (PE) Resistance
Tool required: measuring instrument (e.g. Bender Unimet 300 ST)
NOTICE
Limits!
•
The measured value must be at least 0.2 A!
•
The no-load voltage shall not exceed 24 V but may not be less than 4 V, either!
•
Use an appropriate testing device when performing the measurement:
— open circuit voltage 24 V max
— Testing current at least 200 mA at 500 mOhm
•
If the testing current is direct current, the measurement has to be performed twice with
both polarities.
a) Mobile light
Rimax = 0.3 Ω
Fig. 10-5
1
Power supply cable
2
PE terminal
3
Measuring instrument
4
Measuring leads
Resistance measurement on mobile lights
Check of the protective ground wire
Between the protective ground contact on the power supply (2) unit and all accessible metal
(M) parts of the light which are connected to the protective ground wire, the resistance is
determined using at least 200 mA of measurement current. 0.3 Ohm is the maximum value.
During this test the moveable power cable (1) should be moved repeatedly on its full length!
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Measurement of leakage current: Only for mobile lights with power supply cable
connection
As the mobile lights are protection class 1, the leakage current must only be measured after a
protective ground test has been passed.
The manufacturer recommends differential / direct measurement or the alternative
measurement according to DIN EN 62353:2008-8.
The mains switch (2) of the light is connected to the leakage current testing device. This
automatically supplies the light with mains voltage during the measurement. The light may
therefore light up automatically during the test.
max. leakage current
•
Direct / differential
measurement
Alternative measurement
0.5 mA
1 mA
If the measured leakage current exceeds the max. leakage current, the light must not be
put into operation.
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b) Fixed lights
Rimax = 0.3 Ω
Fig. 10-6
1
Mains connection
2
Main protective conductor
terminal
3
Measuring instrument
4
Measuring leads
5
Externally accessible connector
Resistance measurement on non-detachable lights
NOTICE
The external protective conductor may only be used for measurement if the ceiling terminal is
no longer accessible after installation (e.g. in the case of ventilated ceilings). However, this
requires that both the point 5 and the resistance between points 2 and 5 were documented in
the initial test report (Handover Report) at the time of installation. This information (“firstmeasured values”) can then be used as a reference basis for all subsequent measurements.
•
If applicable, measure the resistance between the main protective conductor terminal (2)
and the nearest protective conductor terminal (5).
•
Document the location of the external protective conductor (5) and enter the value
measured between this point and the main protective conductor terminal (2) in the Test
Report form.
•
Following installation of the light(s), measure the resistance between point 2 and point 5
and all metallic parts of the light and enter the highest value obtained in the Test Report
form.
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3.) Checking the Suspension Arm System
Tools / aids required:
caliper gauge, flat-tip screwdriver, cross-tip screwdriver, hexagon socket wrench, contact
spray, grease (e.g. Molycote MOS 2), Loctite sealant
a) Checking and securing the fixing screws
Fig. 10-7
•
Ceiling-tube and tracking-arm fixing screws
Check all fixing screws for correct insertion and fixation (i.e. the six screws with which the
tracking arm is mounted on the ceiling tube and the two screws with which the spring arm
is fitted to the tracking arm).
WARNING
Danger of damage or injury by crashing-down arm system!
As the tracking and spring arms are very heavy, they could easily fall down once the fixing
screws have been loosened or removed!
•
Therefore, work with an assistant when removing or installing light or suspension
components and / or use a lifting device!
•
Replace missing screws and secure all screws with Loctite screw-locking varnish one after
the other.
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b) Checking the safety sleeve
•
Check safety sleeve (1) and fixing screw (5) for presence. Replace if necessary.
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1
Safety sleeve
2
Nose segment
3
Locking screw,
M4x5 oval head screw without
washer (acc. to DIN 7985)
Fig. 10-8:
Fig. 10-9:
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4
Spring arm socket
5
Cross recessed head screw
6
Light arm neck
7
Light arm neck grooves
1
Spring arm sliding sleeve
2
Locking screw (2x)
3
Brake setscrew
4
Mounting hole
AC2000
AC 2000LC and Onda Space LC
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c) Checking the locking screw
•
Check locking screws (3 or 2) for presence, correct length and snug seat:
— AC2000: M4x5 oval head screw acc. to DIN 7985, without washer
•
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d) Checking the nose segment
Fig. 10-10
•
AC2000 nose segment (until June 2006)
AC1400 / AC2000 (from June 2006)
Verify that the engaging part of the securing nose segment has a minimum thickness of
1.5 mm in the case of AC1400 / AC2000 spring arms. Replace nose segment if necessary.
Fig. 10-11
AC3000 nose segment
Onda Space
CAUTION
Danger of injury or material damage!
The AC3000 and Onda Space (OSP) spring arms usually have through-cabling and lack a
redundant locking screw. In this case, it is only possible to check the securing nose segment
when working with an assistant capable of holding the suspended load or the spring arm neck
in the given position!
•
Verify that the engaging part of the nose segment has a minimum thickness of 1.5 mm
(AC3000) or 3.5 mm (Onda Space). Replace nose segment if necessary.
•
Grease the nose segment (e.g. with Molycote MOS 2).
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e) Checking the brake setscrews
•
Check the brake setscrews for correct adjustment in the tracking and light arms.
•
If necessary, tighten the screws to such an extent that the arms and the light heads can be
easily manipulated without moving of their own accord.
•
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Fig. 10-12
Brake setscrew positions in a typical arm system
f) Checking the spring arm setting
•
Check the spring tension and height stop of the spring arm(s) for correct setting.
•
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g) Checking the rating plate (ID label) and warning labels
•
Check the ID label(s) for presence and legibility.
•
For lights with pilot laser, check the warning labels for presence and legibility.
•
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h) Checking the sliding / plug-in contacts of the tracking arms
Fig. 10-13
1, 2
PE (GNYE)
3
+VDC (RD)
4
-VDC (BU)
5
CAN+ (WH)
6
CAN– (BN)
7
Video Y, shield
8
Video Y, signal (WH)
9
Video C, shield
10
Video C, signal (BN)
Contact block, 9-pole, for operating light with wall control panel and camera or TFT
•
Apply some contact spray to the contact springs inside the slip-ring contact block while
rotating the tracking arm 360 degrees.
•
Check the cables at the plug-in contacts.
•
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4.) Inspection of the lamp body
a) Checking for damage
•
Check the lamp body for damage / cracks.
•
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b) Checking the connections and the plug contacts
•
Check all plug connections and cable connections on the boards (see 6.13.1 “Connections
for Supply Voltage and Light Engine”, page 49 for the control electronics. They may have
to be fixed using cable ties.
•
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c) Installing current software
•
Observe section 6.19 “”, page 55. The new software version must now be noted on the
protocol and the control board.
•
√
d) Checking the Light Engines and ground glass
•
Check the Light Engines and the inside of the ground glass for soiling and damage.
Aggressive cleaning agents must not be used for cleaning purposes.
•
√
e) Checking the lamp casing and back plate
•
Check the lamp casing and the rear plate for soiling, damage and damage to paintwork.
Aggressive cleaning agents must not be used for cleaning purposes.
•
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5.) Inspection of the light functions
Tools:
Instructions for Use, voltmeter True-RMS voltmeter, luxmeter,
measuring range 0.1 to 199 900 lx
a) Checking the emergency power switch of KLS Martin from mains to battery
•
Check the correct function of the emergency power switch (if applicable), for example by
tripping the circuit breaker of the respective light (combination) in the building or by
removing the fuse holder on the series terminal of the ceiling tube.
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b) Functional check according to Instructions for Use
•
Perform a functional check of all operating functions of the light (combination). For this
purpose, also observe the Instructions for Use for the respective light type and the
Instructions for Use for auxiliary equipment (e. g. monitors, camera).
•
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c) Checking the light field
•
Align the lamp body horizontally and check if the lamp produces a round light field when
holding it one meter away from the ground.
•
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d) Checking the light intensity
•
Measure the light intensity with the smallest light field and without dimming at a distance
of one meter to the ground.
Nominal value ranges of the light intensity
Model
marLED® E9
marLED® E15
Ec
100–120 klx
135 to 160 klx
•
Note down the determined value in the inspection protocol.
•
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e) Checking the lamp voltage at nominal load on the contact block
The supply voltage that is measured on the contact block (at maximum brightness setting)
must be at least 26 VDC and must not exceed 36 VDC.
•
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10.4
Inspection Protocol–Technical Safety Check
Inspection Protocol–Technical Safety Check
Underline as appropriate:
marLED® E9 / E9i / E15, TFT, surgiCam® digital
single, double, triple, quadruple,
ceiling, wall, mobile
Extras:
Room / OR No.:
Serial No.:
Customer:
Company:
1. Checking the wall / ceiling assembly and the suspension system
OK
Not OK N / A
a) Checking the wall / ceiling assembly for stability
b) Checking the suspension system for potential damage
c) Checking the suspension system for proper functioning
2. Checking potential equalization / protective conductor (PE) resistance
N/A
Light: internal resistance between PE main terminal (max. 0.3 Ω)
and:
(See first-measured value recorded in Handover Report)
3. Checking the light head
OK
Ohms
Not OK N / A
a) Checking the rating plate and warning labels
b) Function test according to Operating Instructions
c) Checking the filter glass assembly
d) Checking the light field
Specified:
e) Checking the lamp voltage at nominal load on the contact block
Specified:
Min.–Max.
Actual:
Actual:
26–36 VDC
Test equipment used (ID no.):
Comment:
Date / signature:
Operator / customer
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Test Instructions for Safety Check (SC)
1.) Checking the Wall / Ceiling Assembly and the Suspension System
a) Checking the wall / ceiling assembly for stability
•
Check the wall / ceiling assembly for stability by performing an adequate shake test on
the tracking arm, covering the entire swiveling range of the operating light.
b) Checking the suspension for potential damage
•
Check the tracking and spring arms for proper working condition, paying particular
attention to deformation, fissures / cracks and varnish defects.
c) Checking the suspension system for proper functioning
•
Verify that the light head can be easily positioned without particular effort, remaining
nonetheless securely suspended in any chosen position. If necessary, adjust the brake
setscrews and the height stop (see appropriate Mounting Instructions for a detailed
description of the procedure).
2.) Checking Potential Equalization / Protective Conductor (PE) Resistance
Tool required: measuring instrument (e.g. Bender Unimet 300 ST)
NOTICE
•
The measured value must be at least 0.2 A!
•
The no-load voltage shall not exceed 24 V but may not be less than 4 V, either!
a) Mobile light
Rimax = 0.3 Ω
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2
PE terminal
3
Measuring instrument
4
Measuring leads
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b) Fixed lights
Rimax = 0.3 Ω
Fig. 10-15
1
Mains connection
2
Main protective conductor
terminal
3
Measuring instrument
4
Measuring leads
5
Externally accessible connector
Resistance measurement on non-detachable lights
NOTICE
The external protective conductor may only be used for measurement if the ceiling terminal is
no longer accessible after installation (e.g. in the case of ventilated ceilings). However, this
requires that both the point 5 and the resistance between points 2 and 5 were documented in
the initial test report (Handover Report) at the time of installation. This information (“firstmeasured values”) can then be used as a reference basis for all subsequent measurements.
•
If applicable, measure the resistance between the main protective conductor terminal (2)
and the nearest protective conductor terminal (5).
•
Document the location of the external protective conductor (5) and enter the value
measured between this point and the main protective conductor terminal (2) in the Test
Report form.
•
Following installation of the light(s), measure the resistance between point 2 and point 5
and all metallic parts of the light and enter the highest value obtained in the Test Report
form.
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3.) Checking the Light Head
a) Checking the rating plate and warning labels
•
Check the rating plate(s) for presence and legibility. The information on the type plates and
particularly the labelling for information on the nominal value for the device fuses must be
clearly visible.
•
Check the lights with pilot laser for presence and legibility of the required warning labels.
•
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b) Performing function test according to Operating Instructions
•
Check all operating functions of the light(s) for proper working order. Be sure to observe
the instructions provided in the appropriate Operating Instructions (relating to the given
type of light and–where applicable–optional equipment such as monitor or camera).
•
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c) Checking the light field
•
Level the light head and verify that the light produces a circular luminous field on the
target surface from a distance of one meter.
•
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d) Checking the illumination intensity
Measure the illuminance at a distance of one meter between the light and the target
surface, using the smallest light field and no dimming.
•
Specified range of illuminance values
Maximum light intensity
marLED® E9
marLED® E9i
marLED® E15
Ec
100–120 klx
135–160 klx
135–160 klx
•
Note down the determined value in the inspection protocol.
•
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e) Checking the lamp voltage at nominal load on the contact block
The supply voltage that is measured on the contact block (at maximum brightness setting)
must be at least 26 VDC and must not exceed 36 VDC.
•
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Guidelines and Manufacturer’s Declaration on
Electromagnetic Compatibility
CAUTION
Risk of injury due to use of unapproved devices and equipment!
•
Ensure that all devices present in the operating environment and / or other equipment
have medical approval.
•
Check that the devices have the CE label and that a valid declaration of conformity is
available.
•
Devices and equipment that do not meet the limits for electromagnetic emissions must
have a special label.
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration according to IEC 60601-1-2,
clause 6.8.3.201 a) 3) Table 201: Electromagnetic emission
The device is intended for operation in a electromagnetic environment as indicated below. The user
must ensure that it is operated in such an environment.
Emission test
Compliance
level
Electromagnetic environment–Guidance
RF emissions according to
EN 55011
Group 1
The device uses electromagnetic energy
exclusively for the performance of its internal
functions. This may cause interference in nearby
electronic equipment.
RF emissions according to
EN 55011
Class B
The limits of this class are kept only in standby
mode (without RF current activation)!
Harmonic emissions according
to IEC 61000-3-2
Class C
Voltage fluctuations / flicker
emissions according to
IEC 61000-3-3
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Complies
The device is suitable for use in all
establishments, including domestic establishments
and those directly connected to the public lowvoltage power supply network that supplies
buildings used for domestic purposes.
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Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration according to IEC 60601-1-2,
clause 6.8.3.201 a) 3) Table 201: Electromagnetic emission
The device is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment as specified below. The user should
assure that it is used in such an environment.
Immunity test
IEC 60601 test level
Compliance level
Electrostatic
discharge (ESD)
according to
IEC 61000-4-2
±6 kV contact
discharge
±6 kV contact
discharge
±8 kV air discharge
±8 kV air discharge
Fast electrical
transients / bursts
according to
IEC 61000-4-4
±2 kV for mains
power lines
±2 kV for mains
power lines
±1 kV for input and
output lines
±1 kV for input and
output lines
±1 kV differentialmode voltage
±1 kV differentialmode voltage
±2 kV common-mode
voltage
±2 kV common-mode
voltage
<5% UT
(>95% dip in UT) for
½ period
5% UT
(>95% dip in UT) for
½ period
40% UT
(60% dip in UT) for
5 periods
40% UT
(60% dip in UT) for
5 periods
70% UT
(30% dip in UT) for
25 periods
70% UT
(30% dip in UT) for
25 periods
<5% UT
(>95% dip in UT) for
5 seconds
<5% UT
(>95% dip in UT) for
5 seconds
Surge according to
IEC 61000-4-5
Voltage dips, short
power
interruptions and
supply voltage
fluctuations
according to
IEC 61000-4-11
Power frequency
(50 / 60 Hz)
magnetic field
according to
IEC 61000-4-8
3 A/m
3 A/m
Electromagnetic
environment–Guidance
Floors should be wood,
concrete or ceramic tile.
If floors are covered with
synthetic material, the relative
humidity should be at least
30%.
Mains power quality should be
that of a typical commercial or
hospital environment.
Mains power quality should be
that of a typical commercial or
hospital environment.
Mains power quality should be
that of a typical commercial or
hospital environment. If the
user requires continued
operation during mains power
interruptions, it is
recommended to power the
device from an uninterruptible
power supply.
Power-frequency magnetic
fields should be at levels
characteristic of a typical
location in a typical commercial
or hospital environment.
Note: UT is the a. c. mains voltage prior to application of the test level.
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Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration according to IEC 60601-1-2,
clause 6.8.3.201 b) Table 204: Electromagnetic immunity
The device is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment as specified below. The user should
assure that it is used in such an environment.
Immunity test
IEC 60601
test level
Compliance
level
Electromagnetic environment–Guidance
Portable and mobile RF communications
equipment should be used no closer to any part of
the device (including cables) than the
recommended separation distance calculated from
the equation applicable to the frequency of the
transmitter.
Recommended separation distance:
d = 0.35 P
Conducted RF
according to
IEC 61000-4-6
3 Veff
150 kHz to
80 MHz
Radiated RF
according to
IEC 61000-4-3
3 V/m
80 MHz to
2.5 GHz
10 Veff
150 kHz to
80 MHz
10 V/m
80 MHz to
2,5 GHz
d = 0.35 P
for 80 MHz to 800 MHz
d = 0.70 P
for 800 MHz to 2,5 GHz
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 surveya,
should be less than the compliance level in each
frequency range.b
Interference may occur in the vicinity of
equipment marked with the following symbol.
Note 1:
At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the higher frequency range applies.
Note 2:
These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is
affected by absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.
a
Field strengths from fixed transmitters, such as base stations for radio (cellular / cordless) telephones
and land mobile radios, amateur radio stations and AM and FM radio and TV stations, 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 device is used exceeds the applicable RF compliance level specified above, the
device should be observed to verify normal operation. If abnormal performance is observed, additional
measures may be necessary, such as reorienting or relocating the device.
b
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Recommended separation distances between portable and mobile
RF telecommunications equipment and the KLS Martin marLED®
according to IEC 60601-1-2 clause 6.8.3.201 b), Table 206
The device is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF disturbances are
controlled. The user can help prevent electromagnetic interference by maintaining a minimum distance
between portable and mobile RF telecommunications equipment (transmitters) and the device as
recommended below, depending on the maximum output power of the communications equipment.
Separation distance according to frequency of transmitter (in m)
Rated maximum
output P of
transmitter
in watts
150 kHz to 80 MHz
80 MHz to 800 MHz
800 MHz to 2,5 GHz
d = 0.35 P
d = 0.35 P
d = 0.70 P
0,01
0,04
0,04
0,08
0,1
0,11
0,11
0,22
1
0,35
0,35
0,70
10
1,11
1,11
2,21
100
3,50
3,50
7,0
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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Spare Parts
12.1
List of tools
Item no.
Name
Illustration
marLED® E3 / E9 / E9i / E15
08-653-04-04
Assembly-disassembly tool for
Light Engine
08-653-05-04
Interface adapter marLED® E
08-670-50-04
Unplugging tool
12.2
List of spare parts
Item no.
08-653-12-04
08-653-13-04
08-653-60-04
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Name
Illustration
Light Engine–narrow light
field BIN A1 (A)
Light Engine–narrow light
field BIN A2 (B)
Light Engine–wide light field
BIN A1 (A)
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08-653-61-04
08-653-30-04
08-653-31-04
08-653-32-04
Name
Illustration
Light Engine–wide light field
BIN A2 (B)
Control electronics
marLED® E9 / E9i / E15
Additional camera board
SD / HD
Cable harness D-Sub
standard
Cable harness D-Sub
08-653-33-04
surgiCam SH / HD incl.
pin tool
08-653-34-04
08-653-35-04
08-653-36-04
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Bearing block for
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Item no.
08-653-37-04
08-675-11-04
Name
Illustration
Bearing block for marLED®
E15
Brake screw for bearing
block
08-653-38-04
Cover cap
08-684-07-04
Cover cap cardan
Light Engine cable set for
08-653-39-04
marLED® E9 / E9i
3 pieces
Light Engine cable set for
08-653-40-04
marLED® E15
3 pieces
Upper part of lamp casing
08-653-41-04
for marLED® E9 / E9i incl.
assembly kit
Lower part for lamp casing
for marLED® E9 / E9i incl.
08-653-42-04
assembly kit, operating foil
and rubber gasket.
Without bearing block!
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Illustration
Upper part for lamp casing
08-653-43-04
for marLED® E15 incl.
assembly kit
Lower part for lamp casing
for marLED® E15 incl.
08-653-44-04
assembly kit, operating foil
and rubber gasket.
Without bearing block!
08-653-45-04
08-653-46-04
08-653-47-04
08-653-48-04
Lamp casing rubber gasket
for marLED® E9 / E9i
Lamp casing rubber gasket
for marLED® E15
LC cardan for
marLED® E9 / E9i 3-pin
LC cardan for
marLED® E9 / E9i 5-pin
LC cardan
08-653-49-04
marLED® E9 / E9i 9-pin
SD / HD
08-653-50-04
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marLED® E15 3-pin
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08-653-52-04
08-653-53-04
08-653-54-04
Name
Illustration
LC cardan for
marLED® E15 5-pin
LC cardan for
marLED® E15 9-pin SD / HD
Full cardan joint
marLED® E9 / E9i 3--pin
Full cardan joint
marLED® E9 / E9i 5--pin
Full cardan joint for
08-653-55-04
marLED® E9 / E9i 9--pin
SD / HD
08-653-56-04
08-653-57-04
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Full cardan joint for
marLED® E15 3--pin
Full cardan joint for
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Full cardan joint for
08-653-58-04
marLED® E15 9--pin
SD / HD
Assembly kit for lamp body
08-653-59-04
casing
10-part set
08-656-33-04
Sterile handle adapter
89-940-02-04
Handle for sterile covers
08-669-22-04
Wall bearing
08-653-60-04
Cantilever wall
08-661-41-04
Mobile spring arm 3-pin
08-653-62-04
Mobile stand pipe with
handle 3-pin
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08-653-63-04
Mobile stand pipe with
handle battery
08-653-64-04
Stand base complete with
castors
08-653-65-04
Stand base battery with
castors
08-653-66-04
Castor set
4 pcs.
08-661-50-04
Spring arm
marLED® E9 / E9i 3-pin
ceiling
08-661-49-04
Spring arm
marLED® E9 / E9i
5-pin ceiling
08-661-48-04
Spring arm
marLED® E9 / E9i
SD / HD ceiling
08-661-56-04
Spring arm marLED® E15 3pin ceiling
08-661-55-04
Spring arm marLED® E15 5pin ceiling
08-661-54-04
Spring arm marLED® E15
HD ceiling
08-661-47-04
Spring arm
marLED® E9 / E9i 3-pin LC
08-661-46-04
Spring arm
marLED® E9 / E9i 5-pin LC
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Illustration
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08-661-45-04
Spring arm
marLED® E9 / E9i
SD / HD 9-pin LC
08-661-53-04
Spring arm marLED® E15 3pin LC
08-661-52-04
08-661-51-04
08-674-05-04
Spring arm marLED® E15 5pin LC
Spring arm marLED® E15
SD / HD 9-pin LC
Securing segment / brake
screw AC2000
08-674-04-04
Securing sleeve
08-674-03-04
AC2000 cover left right
08-674-02-04
08-674-01-04
08-674-06-04
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Joint cover front
to lamp body
Joint cover rear
to support arm
Joint cover rear
to support arm LC
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08-674-07-04
Name
Illustration
AC2000 LC and mobile joint
without illustration
cover tube
AC2000 LC and mobile side
cover
Spacer washer for the
08-674-27-04
bearing bush at the
AC 2000
08-674-26-04
08-674-09-04
08-674-10-04
08-674-11-04
08-674-22-04
08-674-23-04
08-674-24-04
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Cable 3-pin AC 2000 mobile
without illustration
Cable 3-pin AC 2000 ceiling
without illustration
marLUX-LED
Cable 5-pin AC 2000 ceiling
marLUX-LED
Cable 9-pin AC 2000 ceiling
marLUX-LED
Cable 3-pin AC 2000 LC-D
marLUX-LED
Cable 5-pin AC 2000 LC-D
marLUX-LED
Cable 9-pin AC 2000 LC-D
marLUX-LED
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without illustration
without illustration
without illustration
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