NIDEK CO., LTD. (Manufacturer) NIDEK CO., LTD (Tokyo Office)
NIDEK INCORPORATED (United States Agent) NIDEK SOCIETE ANONYME (EU Authorized Representative)
: 34-14, Maehama, Hiroishi-cho, Gamagori, Aichi 443-0038, Japan Telephone: +81-533-67-6611 Facsimile: +81-533-67-6610 : 3F Sumitomo Fudosan Hongo Bldg., 3-22-5, Hongo, Bunkyo-Ku, Tokyo 113-0033, Japan Telephone: +81-3-5844-2641 Facsimile: +81-3-5844-2642 : 47651 Westinghouse Drive, Fremont, California 94539, U. S. A. Telephone: +1-510-226-5700 Facsimile: +1-510-226-5750 : Europarc 13, rue Auguste Perret, 94042 CRETEIL, France Telephone: +33-1-49 80 97 97 Facsimile: +33-1-49 80 32 08
September 2009 34104-P902F Printed in Japan
BEFORE USE OR MAINTENANCE, READ THIS MANUAL. This Operator’s Manual contains the operating procedure, safety precautions, and specifications of NIDEK SLIT LAMP Model SL-450. For correct use, it is necessary that this manual, in particular the safety precautions and operating procedures sections, be thoroughly understood before using this device. Keep the manual handy to verify use. There are no user-serviceable parts inside the device except bulbs and fuses. If you find any problems or have questions about the device during operation, contact your authorized distributor.
Table of Contents
§1 INTRODUCTION ... 1-1 1.1 Outline of Device ... 1-1 1.2 Intended Use ... 1-1 1.3 Classifications ... 1-1 1.4 Symbol Information ... 1-2
§2 SAFETY ... 2-1 2.1 Operation ... 2-1 2.2 Storage ... 2-2 2.3 Placement ... 2-2 2.4 Installation ... 2-3 2.5 Wiring ... 2-4 2.6 After Use ... 2-5 2.7 Maintenance and Checks ... 2-5 2.8 Disposal ... 2-5 2.9 Labels ... 2-6
§3 CONFIGURATIONS ... 3-1 §4 OPERATING PROCEDURES ... 4-1 §5 MAINTENANCE ... 5-1 5.1 Replacement of Illumination Bulb ... 5-1 5.2 Replacement of Fixation Bulb ... 5-2 5.3 Replacement of Illumination Mirror ... 5-2 5.4 Replacement of Fuses ... 5-3 5.5 Setting of Voltage Selector ... 5-4 5.6 Cleaning the Exterior ... 5-5 5.7 List of Parts for Replacement ... 5-5
§6 SPECIFICATIONS ... 6-1 §7 ACCESSORIES ... 7-1 7.1 Standard Accessories ... 7-1 7.2 Optional Accessories ... 7-1
§8 UNPACKING AND MOUNTING ... 8-1 §9 EMC (ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY) ... 9-1 I
§1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Outline of Device The operation of the joystick makes focusing and positioning of SL-450 for forth and back, right and left and up and down easy and smooth. SL-450 is easy to handle as it is designed functionally. Light weight mechanism and improvement of stability is acquired. Equipped chinrest has enough clearance. The built-in microscope has the high resolving power and gives the sharp stereo image. Installing of the optional accessories makes the usage of the device wide.
1.2 Intended Use The Slit Lamp SL-450 is intended for use in eye examination of the anterior eye segment, from the cornea epithelium to the posterior capsule. It is used to aid in the diagnosis of disease or trauma which affect the structural properties of the anterior eye segment. Supplementary optics such as hruby lens and contact lens permit observation of the posterior segments and iridocorneal angle.
1.3 Classifications [Classification under the provision of 93/42/EEC(MDD)] Class I The SL-450 is classified into class I device. [Form of protection against electric shock] Class I The SL-450 is classified as a class I device. The class I device is a device in which the protection against electric shock does not rely on basic insulation only, but which includes an additional safety precaution that provides for a connection of accessible conductive parts to the protective (earth) conductor in the fixed wiring of the installation. Therefore, accessible conductive parts cannot become activated in the event of failure in the basic insulation. [Degree of protection against electric shock] Type B applied part The SL-450 is provided with a Type B applied part. The Type B Applied Part provides an adequate degree of protection against electrical shock, particularly regarding the following: - allowable leakage currents - reliability of the protective earth ground connection (If applicable). [Degree of protection against liquid entry] IP20 The SL-450 is classified as a ordinary device, which is provided with an enclosure not completely water proof. Avoid water splash on the device. [Method(s) of sterilization or disinfection recommended by the manufacturer] The SL-450 does not have any part to be sterilized or be disinfected.
1-2 [Degree of protection against flammability] The SL-450 is classified as a device not suitable to be used in a potentially flammable environment. Do not use near flammable materials. [Mode of operation] Continuous operation
1.4 Symbol Information This symbol on the device indicates the cautions. This symbol indicates that the degree of protection against electrical shock of the applied part is classified as a Type B applied part. This symbol on the main switch indicates that the power is ON. This symbol on the main switch indicates that the power is OFF. This symbol indicates a fuse. This symbol indicates alternating current. This symbol indicates output. This symbol indicates protective earth. This symbol indicates brightness control. This symbol under the filter control indicates open. This symbol under the filter control indicates heat absorb filter. This symbol under the filter control indicates 13% ND filter. This symbol under the filter control indicates red free filter. (Green)
This symbol on indicator window for slit length and diaphragm diameter indicates blue filter. This symbol under the filter control indicates blue filter. This symbol indicates the date of manufacture. This symbol indicates the manufacturer. This symbol indicates that this product shall be disposed of in a separate collection of electrical and electronic equipment in EU. Indicates high temperature of the lamp house and that the lamp house must not be touched during operation of the slit lamp.
§2 SAFETY In this manual, a Signal Word is used to designate a degree or level of safety alerting, whose definitions are as follows. CAUTION:
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury or property damage.
Even the cases mentioned in CAUTION may result in serious injury under a certain situation. Be sure to observe the instructions of CAUTION. When using this system, be sure to follow all the instructions below in order to avoid damage to the personnel and the system.
2.1 Operation CAUTION • Never disassemble or touch the inside of the device. This may result in an electric shock or device malfunction. • Do not touch the lamp house since it is hot while a lamp is illuminated. Especially, pay attention not to touch the knobs on both sides of the lamp house since they will get extremely hot. If not, you may get burned. • Never yank the power cord to disconnect from wall outlet but hold the plug while disconnecting. This can weaken the metal core of the cord and may result in a short circuit or an electric shock. • Do not place the device on the power cord. The sheath of the cord becomes ragged and may cause an electric shock or a short circuit. • If the metal core of the power cord is exposed, power turns on and off by shaking the cord, or cord/plug gets so heated that one cannot hold it, it means that the cord is damaged. Immediately replace the cord. This may cause an electric shock or a fire. • Do not use the device for other than the intended purpose. NIDEK will not be responsible for accidents or malfunction caused by carelessness. • In the event of a malfunction, do not touch the inside of the device, but remove the power cord and contact your authorized distributor.
CAUTION • In advance of an observation of each patient, wipe the foreheadrest and chinrest with a clean cloth. Moreover, remove one chinrest paper for each patient if a bunch of the chinrest papers is fixed on the chinrest. If necessary, wipe the foreheadrest and chinrest using a cloth dampened with rubbing alcohol. • Set a light intensity as low as possible. The light intensity depends on the slit lamp settings such as voltage of illumination lamp, slit width, slit length, slit angle, selection of the filters and illumination time. High light intensity may cause thermal and photochemical damages (blue light hazard) onto the patient’s retina.
2.2 Storage CAUTION • Do not store the device in a place where it may get wet or where poisonous gas or liquid is stored. • Avoid storing the device in an area with excessive heat, humidity, or dust. To preserve the appearance or internal parts of the device, avoid direct exposure to sunlight.
2.3 Placement CAUTION • Before transferring the device, tighten each locking knob to fix the main body, microscope arm and illumination arm. Accidental move of the base unit, microscope arm, illumination arm may result in injury and failure of the device. • Before transferring the device, disconnect the power cord from the power connector of the device. Stepping on the cord or catching it on any objects may fall the device or break the cord. • When transferring the device, hold the table unit to move. Holding the microscope arm, illumination arm, chinrest or fixation lamp will deform the holding part or will result in malfunction of the device.
2.4 Installation CAUTION • Perform assembling work on a level floor with enough space. Collision between the arm or microscope and a personnel will result in injury or failure of the device. • Do not install the device near water. If water gets into the internal structure, there is the possibility of electrical shock or device malfunction. • Install the device in a stable and level place where vibration or shock does not occur. The device may not perform observation correctly or may malfunction. Also, if the device is tripped over because of any accidental shock, it may result in possible injury. • Install the device in the following conditions. A low dust environment A low light interference environment A vibration and shock free environment • Install the device in the environment whose condition can be set to the following. Use the device under the following temperature and humidity. Use environment Temperature : 10 to 40ºC (50 to 104ºF) Humidity : 30 to 75% (non-condensing) • This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for medical devices to the IEC 60601-1-2: 2001, and Medical Device Directive 93/42/EEC. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a typical medical installation. This device generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to other devices in the vicinity. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this device does cause harmful interference to other devices, which can be determined by turning the device off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: - Reorient or relocate the receiving device - Increase the separation between the devices. - Connect the device into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the other device (s) are connected. - Consult the manufacturer or field service technician for help.
CAUTION • In installation and operation of the device, observe the following instructions about EMC (electromagnetic compatibility): - Do not use the device simultaneously with other electronic equipment to avoid electromagnetic interference with the operation of the device. - Do not use the device near, on, or under other electronic equipment to avoid electromagnetic interference with the operation of the device. - Do not use the device in the same room with other equipment such as life-support equipment, other equipment that has major affects on the life of the patient and results of treatment, or other measurement or treatment equipment that involves small electric current. - Do not use the device simultaneously with portable and mobile radio frequency communication systems because it may have an adverse effect on operation of the device. - Do not use cables and accessories that are not specified for the device because that may increase the emission of electromagnetic waves from the device or the system and decrease the immunity of the device to electromagnetic disturbance. • The International Electrotechnical Commission sets the essential requirements for electrical and electronic equipment that may disturb, or be disturbed by, other equipment. The SL450 complies with these requirements as tabled on pages 9-1 to 9-4. Follow the guidance in the tables for use of the device in an electromagnetic environment.
2.5 Wiring CAUTION • Be sure to use the wall outlet which meets the requirements of power specification. If the line voltage is too high or too low, the device may not give full performance. Malfunction or a fire also may occur. • Be sure to use a power outlet equipped with a grounding terminal. Otherwise, this may cause electric shock when it breaks or power leaks. • Be sure to securely plug in the power cord. Insecure connections may cause a fire. • Do not use the power cord other than supplied. Also do not connect the supplied cord to any other instrument. Malfunction or fire may result.
2.6 After Use CAUTION • If the device is not be used for a long time, disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet. This may cause a fire. • If the device will not be used during an extended period of time, turn off the main switch and put the dust cover over the device. If not, settled dusts may impair visibility through the microscope.
2.7 Maintenance and Checks CAUTION • As the illumination bulb can get quite hot, replace it when it is cool. Otherwise, it may cause an injury. • Disassembling for service is not permitted except at NIDEK or authorized distributor. • Be careful not to leave fingerprints or dust on the lenses and mirrors. This may impair visibility through the microscope. • Never use an organic solvent such as paint thinner to wipe the exterior. This may ruin the surface. • When the device is sent back to NIDEK for repair or maintenance, wipe the surface (especially, the area where the patient’s skin contacts) of the device with a clean cloth immersed in ethyl alcohol for disinfection.
2.8 Disposal CAUTION • Follow local governing ordinances and recycling plans regarding disposal or recycling of device components. • When disposing packing materials, sort them by the materials and follow local governing ordinances and recycling plans.
2.9 Labels Cautionary labels are provided on the SL-450. If labels are curling up or characters fading and becoming barely legible, contact NIDEK or your authorized distributor. [Standard Type]
2-7 [Without table unit Type]
§3 CONFIGURATIONS Lamp house
Indicator window for slit length and diaphragm diameter Filter control Slit length and diaphragm diameter control
Scale of slit angle Binocular tubes Visual power control Eyepieces
Centering knob Light inclining lever Scale for angle between Illumination and Microscope arms Illumination arm locking knob Slit width control
Magnification change lever
Microscope arm locking knob Main body locking screw
3-2 Magnification change lever Changes over the magnification of objective lens between 1 × or l.6 ×.
Illumination arm locking knob By turning this knob, the illumination arm can be fixed.
Scale of slit angle There are click stops at the 45º , 90º and 135º.
Slit width control By turning it, slit width can be changed continuously from 0 to 8 mm.
Slit length and diaphragm diameter control Slit length can be changed continuously from 1 to 8 mm. Further diaphragm diameter can be changed by this knob in the diameters at 8, 5, 3, 2, 1 and 0.2 mm. Also blue filter can be set. ( ) By moving the lever for left or right, slit image can be inclined. Filter control Following filters are selected by moving the lever. Filters are set in the order from left to right with following filters. Open, Heat absorb, 13%ND, Red free,
Centering knob Turn the upper part of the illumination arm with loosening this, the slit image can be shifted within 3.5º to right and left from the center. To tighten this makes the slit image be at the center automatically. Light inclining lever By pushing this and pulling the slit width control lightly toward yourself, the illumination unit can be tilted in the range of 0º to 20º at 5º steps. Scale for angle between Illumination and Microscope arms Indicates the angle between the illumination arm and the microscope arm. There are click stops at 0º and 10º to right and left.
Microscope arm locking knob By turning this knob, the microscope arm can be fixed. Main body locking screw By tightening this, main body is fixed.
Joystick Coarse and fine adjustment of main body movement can be controlled by this for forth and back, right and left, and by turning it, up and down is made.
Eye level marker Chinrest elevation control Fixation lamp
Pilot lamp Wheel covers
Sliding plate Power supply box
Power connector Fuse holder
3-4 Chinrest elevation control By turning this, the chinrest can be moved up and down.
Eye level marker When microscope is aligned to the patient’s eye, this will be a aim to get same level.
Fixation lamp This lamp can keep the patient’s eye in one direction by asking to look at it.
Sliding plate Bottom part of the joystick slides on this plate to move the main body. Always keep this plate clean.
Illumination control Voltage of illumination lamp can be changed at 7.5, 6, 5 and 4 V. Keeping the illumination lamp illuminating on condition that 7.5 V is applied to it (the knob is tuned fully clockwise) will shorten a life span of the illumination bulb. Turn the knob to 7.5 V only when increasing the brightness.
Pilot lamp Lights when the power is ON.
Fuse holder The fuses are set and this fuse holder has a function of the voltage selector.
§4 OPERATING PROCEDURES 1. Turn the main switch ON. The illumination lamp and pilot lamp light. 2. Adjust the visibility of the eyepieces. 1) Set a focusing rod on the center of the arms connection then face its flat side to the microscope. 2) Project the slit image on the focusing rod. 3) Turn the visual power control fully counterclockwise (+ side) at first, and look at the slit image through the eyepieces. 4) Turn the visual power control clockwise (– side) slowly until you get the sharp image. The scale in front of the visual power control is graduated in diopter. The scales of –8 to +8 is for the eyepieces with a magnification of 10×. The scales of –10 to +10 is for the eyepieces with a magnification of 16×. Taking record of each adjusted diopter value makes adjustment of eyepieces easier and prompter from next time.
NOTE • Adjust the visibility of eyepieces individually at left and right. • If the visual power control is turned conversely or turned back, the eyepiece diopter may not be adjusted correctly. 3. Adjust the pupil distance. In order to make individual left and right images into one image, adjust the binocular tubes at the proper pupil distance. 4. Remove the focusing rod. 5. Clean the areas where the patient’s skin contacts. Wipe the forehead rest and chinrest with a clean gauze or absorbent cotton dampenedwith alcohol. * When using the chinrest paper, remove a piece of paper. 6. Place the patient’s eye at the height of the eye level marker. 1) Set the voltage of the illumination lamp to 4 V by turning the illumination control. 2) Instruct the patient to take off his/her spectacles or contact lenses and to take a seat. 3) Put the patient’s chin on the chinrest. Then, instruct him/her to touch the forehead to the forehead rest. Adjust the height of the chair or the table if the patient does not sit in a comfortable position.
4-2 4) Bring the patient’s eye at the height of the eye level marker of the headrest by turning the chinrest elevation control. 7. Adjust the focal point of the microscope. 1) Without looking through the microscope, align the height of the slit beam to the patient’s eye by turning the joystick. 2) Without looking through the microscope, make the coarse adjustment of the focal point on the patient’s cornea by moving the joystick. 3) Looking through the microscope, make the fine adjustment of the focal point by tilting the joystick. 8. Observe the patient’s eye. According to the situation, make the proper adjusting operation as follows.
CAUTION • Set a light intensity as low as possible. The light intensity depends on the slit lamp settings such as voltage of illumination lamp, slit width, slit length, slit angle, selection of the filters and illumination time. High light intensity may cause thermal and photochemical damages (blue light hazard) onto the patient’s retina. • The illumination control should be set to a minimum (4V) on completion of each observation. This will protect the patient against excessive brightness at the beginning of the observation. • Especially pay attention to the projection of the illumination to the maximum light when examining infants, aphakic patients and patients with eye disease.
A : Adjustment of brightness of the illumination lamp By turning illumination control, brightness of the illumination lamp can be changed. (4 V, 5 V, 6 V, 7.5 V)
NOTE • Turn the illumination control to 7.5 V only when increasing the brightness. Keeping the illumination lamp illuminating on condition that 7.5 V is applied to it (the knob is tuned fully clockwise) will shorten a life span of the illumination bulb.
4-3 B : Adjustment of slit width By turning the slit width control, get proper width within the variable range of 0 to 8 mm which can be changed continuously. C : Adjustment of the slit length and the diaphragm diameter By turning the slit length and diaphragm diameter control, slit length can be changed continuously from 1 to 8 mm. Further diaphragm diameter can be changed at 8, 5, 3, 2, 1 and 0.2 mm. D : Adjustment of the slit angle By moving the slit length control for left or right, inclining angle can be adjust at needed angle from vertical to horizontal. (There are click stops at the 45º, 90º and 135º.) E : Selection of the filters By moving the filter control and the slit length and diaphragm diameter control, following filters can be selected. Name of filters Uses Operation Heat absorb Decrease heat and dazzle. Filter control
Decrease light quantity.
Red free and fundus observation.
Fluorescence & Color reaction.
Slit length and diaphragm diameter control
F : Observation by tilted light Tilt the angle by pushing the light inclining lever and pull the slit width control. Tilting angle can be adjusted to maximum 20º at 5º steps. Push the slit width control lightly for returning position. G : Observation of retroillumination and indirect illumination By loosening the centering knob, slit image can be moved from center. By tightening it, slit image returns to the center automatically. H : Selection of the magnification of the microscope Magnification is selected by changing eyepieces and objective lenses. Eyepieces are changed either by 10× or 16× for changing magnification. Objective lenses can be changed by moving the magnification change lever. I : Fixing of the patient’s eye direction By setting the fixation lamp at certain position, the patient’s eye can be kept at certain direction.
4-4 J : How to use the Hruby lens It is used for observation of fundus. 1) Set the guide plate on the center of arms connection.
2) Set the shaft of hruby lens to the hruby lens carrier which is fixed at chinrest stand and to the groove of guide plate for link movement.
Hruby lens Shaft
Hruby lens carrier
5.1 Replacement of Illumination Bulb CAUTION • As the illumination bulb can get quite hot, replace it when it is cool. Otherwise, it may cause an injury.
NOTE • Use only supplied spare bulb to ensure continued reliability of the device.
1. Turn OFF the main switch. 2. Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet.
Lamp house cover
3. Loosen the screws at the both side of the lamp house.
4. Remove the lamp house cover.
5. Replace the old bulb with the new one. Align the groove of the lamp flange to the guide at the lower lamp house.
6. Set the lamp house cover as before and tighten the screws with pushing it lightly.
5.2 Replacement of Fixation Bulb 1. Turn OFF the main switch. 2. Loosen the Screw and remove the fixation lamp head.
3. Remove the bulb. 4. Set the new bulb in the reverse process.
5.3 Replacement of Illumination Mirror 1. Keep the microscope arm apart from the illumination arm enough. 2. Remove the mirror. Long mirror : Hold the mirror at narrow handle part and pull it up obliquely.
Short mirror : Insert tip of minus screw driver at the bottom of mirror holder and raise it up slightly and hold the mirror at both sides and pull it up obliquely.
3. Insert the new one.
NOTE • Never touch the surface of mirror. If fingerprint is stuck, wipe it by lens cleaning paper with alcohol.
5.4 Replacement of Fuses CAUTION • Be sure to use specified fuses. Substitutes may cause a fire.
T 1A 250V
T 0.5A 250V
1. Turn OFF the main switch. 2. Unplug the power cord from the power connector. 3. Replace the fuses with the new ones. 1) Push both sides of the fuse holder with thin screwdrivers to release the fixing lips, while pulling the holder out.
CAUTION • The fuse holder is also used as a voltage selector. Be careful not to change the numbers indicated in the voltage indication window. If the voltage setting does not match the supplied power voltage, this may cause a fire or malfunction.
2) Replace the fuses with the new ones and fit the fuse holder to the original position.
Fuse Fuse holder Voltage indication Window
NOTE • If the fuses often blow out, contact your authorized distributor.
5.5 Setting of Voltage Selector If a voltage of power source is changed, change the condition of main body. 1. Turn OFF the main switch. 2. Unplug the power cord from the power connector.
3. Remove the fuse holder. Push both side of the fuse holder with a thin screwdriver to release the fixing lips, and pull the holder out.
4. Remove the cartridge of the fuse holder. 5. Fit the cartridge in order to see the set voltage which matches to the voltage of wall outlet, at the voltage indication window.
Cartridge Voltage indication Window
6. Fit the fuse holder as before.
5.6 Cleaning the Exterior Wipe with a dry, soft cloth. For stubborn dirt, immerse the cloth in a neutral detergent, wring well, and wipe. Wipe off with a dry cloth. Dust off the mirror and lenses with the attached lens brush.
NOTE • Never use an organic solvent such as paint thinner. It may ruin the surface.
5.7 List of Parts for Replacement Articles Illumination blub Fixation bulb Fuse (100/120Vac) Fuse (220/230Vac)
Order Number 804-26-00072 34138-E005 804-02-02039 804-02-02037
After replacing the bulb and fuses, be sure to provide the spare ones.
§6 SPECIFICATIONS Microscope unit Variable magnification system Objective lens Eyepieces Field of view
Eyepiece focusing Range of P.D. adjustment Convergence angle Slit illumination unit Projection magnification Slit width Diaphragm diameter Filters Range of slit rotation Range of shifting the slit Range of tilting Illumination bulb Base unit Range of back-and-forth movement Range of side-to-side movement Range of fine movement to back-and-forth, side-to-side Range of up-and-down movement Headrest Range of up-and-down movement of the chinrest Fixation bulb
: 2 Variable power by objectives : 1×, 1.6× : 10×, 16× : 18 mm dia. (Objective lens 1×, Eyepiece 10×) 11.25 mm dia. (Objective lens 1.6×, Eyepiece 10×) 15 mm dia. (Objective lens 1×, Eyepiece 16×) 9.4 mm dia. (Objective lens 1.6× , Eyepiece 16×) : ±8 D (Eyepiece 10×) ±10 D (Eyepiece 16×) : 55 to 94 mm (Eyepiece 10×) 53 to 92 mm (Eyepiece 16×) : 13º : 2/3× : 0 to 8 mm continuously variable : 0.2, 1, 2, 3, 5 and 8 mm dia. : Heat absorb, 13%ND, Red free and Blue : ±90º : ±3.5º : 0 to 20º (5º step) : 6 V 27 W with flange (Tungsten lamp) : 80 mm : 100 mm : 10 mm : 30 mm
: 50 mm : Illumination fixation lamp or adjustable visibility fixation lamp 6 V 1 W
Power source Line voltage Output voltage Power consumption
: 100 / 120 / 220 / 230 Vac±10% : 4, 5, 6, 7.5 V : 45 VA
: 450(W)×410(D)×670(H) mm
: 16.5 kg
6-2 Environmental condition Temperature Humidity
Others Service life Packing unit
: 10 to 40ºC (50 to 104ºF) (In usage) -40 to 70ºC (10 to 158ºF) (In storage/ Transference) : 30 to 75% (Non-condensing)(In usage) 10 to 100% (In storage/ Transference)
: 8 years from the date of initial operation * Proper maintenance is necessary. : 1 unit
Remarks : Adaptable Goldmann Applanation Tonometer (R900, T900)
§7 ACCESSORIES 7.1 Standard Accessories Focusing rod Cap Breath shield Lens brush Hexagonal wrench key Screwdriver Dust cover Spare mirror Spare illumination bulb Spare fixation bulb Spare fuse Chinrest paper Operator’s manual
1 unit 1 unit 1 unit 1 unit 1 unit 1 unit 1 unit 1 unit 2 units 2 units 2 units 1 unit 1 volume
7.2 Optional Accessories Guide plate for hruby lens and applanation tonometer Hruby lens and its carrier
§8 UNPACKING AND MOUNTING CAUTION • Perform assembling work on a stable and level place with enough space. Collision between the arm or microscope and a personnel will result in injury or failure of the device. SL-450 slit lamp is disassembled to unit and packed.
Table unit and headrest unit
Accessories box Power cord Operator's manual
Wheel cover Wheel shaft at the base Main body unit
Assembling process: 1. Open the packing and take out the units and parts. 2. Take the tools (a screwdriver and a hexagonal wrench) and screws out from the accessories box at the under side of table unit.
8-2 3. Fit the table unit to the motorized table or the table stand. 1) Loosen the screws at the flange on the under side of the table unit. 2) Insert the shaft of the motorized table or the table stand into the flange, then fix it by the screws.
4. Set the wheel shaft to the main body. 1) Remove the wheel and the spacer from one side of wheel shaft. Pay attention not to lose the removed parts. 2) Insert the wheel shaft into the main body. 3) Fit the spacer with a tapped hole placed on the wheel side and screw it. The tapped hole is not at the center.
Fixing screw for spacer
4) Set the wheel at the wheel shaft.
NOTE • Wheel must be inserted fully to the end. Otherwise it may cause of the bad movement.
5. Set the main body on the table unit. 1) Engage the both wheels with the racks on the table top.
NOTE • Make sure that the wheels engage at the same position at right and left. Wheel cover
2) Put the wheel covers on the both racks and fix them by the attached screws. 3) Tighten the main body locking screw to fix the main body.
Fixing screw for wheel cover
8-3 6. Set the illumination unit on the main body unit. Insert the illumination unit into the tube at the top of the illumination arm then screw them.
Fixing screw for illumination unit
NOTE • Do not make difficult inserting the illumination unit to tube.
7. Set the breath shield on the main body. 1) Unscrew the fixing screw for breath shield under the microscope at the patient’s side. 2) Insert the pin under the microscope through the hole of the breath shield, and fix them by the fixing screw.
8. S e t t h e i l l u m i n a t i o n m i r ro r a t t h e illumination arm. Keep the microscope arm apart from the illumination arm enough.
NOTE • Do not touch the mirror surface with your fingers.
Fixing screw for breath shield