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Carl Zeiss

S100 / OPMI® pico

User manual
G-30-1781-en
Version 4.0
2012-05-13
S100 / OPMI® pico

About this manual The instruction for use is part of the delivery package.
• Carefully read it before using the device.
• Keep it at the site of use of the device.
• Store it for the entire service life of the device.
• Pass it on to every subsequent owner or user of the device.

Orientation aids – The chapter overview at the beginning of these instructions for use pro-
vides a summary of all subjects.
– The contents of each chapter are specified in detail at the beginning of
each chapter.
– A list of abbreviations, key words and technical terms in the annex facili-
tates the search for specific terms.

Scope This user manual applies for the S100 / OPMI(r) pico with the following labe-
ling:

Configuration REF. no.


®
S100 / OPMI pico (floor stand) 000000-1403-542
S100 / OPMI® pico (wall mount) 000000-1403-544
S100 / OPMI® pico (ceiling mount) 000000-1403-572
S100 / OPMI® pico (Centro suspension system) 000000-1403-573
S100 / OPMI® pico (support unit) 000000-1420-191
S100 / OPMI® pico (support unit for secondary light 000000-1095-094
source)
S100 / OPMI® pico (support unit 600) 000000-1781-138
S100 / OPMI® pico (support unit 950) 000000-1781-141
S100 / OPMI® pico (support unit Atmos) 000000-1080-349

Trademarks OPMI® is a registered trademark of Carl Zeiss.

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Manufacturer Carl Zeiss Meditec AG


Goeschwitzer Strasse 51-52 Fax: + 49 (0) 7364 - 20 4823
07745 Jena E-Mail: surgical@meditec.zeiss.com
Germany Internet: www.meditec.zeiss.com

Subject to changes in design and scope of delivery and as a result of ongoing


technical development. Printed in Germany.

Copyright © Carl Zeiss Meditec AG 2012


All rights reserved. Reprints and reproductions, including excerpts, are not
permissible. However, this manual may be digitized and archived for internal
use. Access to this data by third parties is not permissible and must be pre-
vented.

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Chapter overview

Chapter: Safety Measures 7

Chapter: System Overview 63

Chapter: Preparations for use 105

Chapter: Operation 145

Chapter: What to do in the event of malfunctions 221

Chapter: Care and Maintenance 233

Chapter: System Data 245

Chapter: Indexes 277

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Safety Measures

Key to symbols .................................................................................. 9


Hazard symbols ...........................................................................................9
Information symbols....................................................................................9

Target group ...................................................................................10

Field of application .......................................................................... 10


Intended use .............................................................................................10
Normal use................................................................................................10

Notes for the operator..................................................................... 11

Requirements for operation............................................................. 15


Prior to the very first use............................................................................15
Before every use ........................................................................................16
During use.................................................................................................17
After every use ..........................................................................................17
Warranty and liability.................................................................................18

Possible burn injuries due to a high


illumination intensity .......................................................................20

Safety devices..................................................................................22

Symbols and labels on the device ....................................................24


Microscope labels......................................................................................24
Symbols on the S100 floor stand ...............................................................26
Symbols on the S100 wall mount ..............................................................32
Symbols on the S100 ceiling mount...........................................................36
Symbols on the S100 Centro suspension system and
S100 support units ....................................................................................40

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Symbols on the light source ...................................................................... 50


Symbols and video control units (optional)................................................ 60

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Key to symbols

We would like to inform you about safety aspects which must be observed
when handling this device. This chapter contains a summary of the most im-
portant information concerning matters relevant to instrument safety.

Hazard symbols

The following safety information has been incorporated into the instructions
for use. Please note this information and be particularly careful in these cases.

WARNING Warning label, which may refer to fatal injuries or severe injuries if pre-
cautions are not followed.
CAUTION Indicating a hazard, which may lead to moderately severe injuries
if risks are not avoided.
NOTE Warning label, which may refer to minor injuries and property damages
if precautions are not followed.

Information symbols

The following information symbols are used in these instructions for use:
– Listing
 Requirements for an action
• Prompt for action
 Result of an action
Additional information and hints

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Target group

CAUTION Operation by trained staff only!


This user manual is intended for physicians, nurses as well as medical and
technical staff who prepare, operate or maintain the device for operation
after appropriate training. It is the duty of the operator to train and instruct
all staff using the system.
Extended services are not part of this user manual. They will be performed by
staff specially trained for this purpose by Carl Zeiss.

Field of application

Intended use

OPMI pico is a surgical microscope intended for the illumination and magnifi-
cation of the surgical area and for the support of visualization in surgical pro-
cedures.

Normal use

CAUTION Injury to the patient's eye!


• Never use xenon illumination for ophthalmic procedures!
• Make sure that no xenon light enters the patient's eyes.

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CAUTION Not for diagnosis purposes!


Live video images and recorded video sequences, video clips (cut sequences)
and single images shall not be used for diagnosis purposes. Visualized images
may contain variations in shape, contrast and color.

OPMI pico is a manually operated microscope that can be used whether the
patient is in a sitting or recumbent position.

Provision: OPMI pico offers in connection with different suspension systems (e.g. floor
stand, wall mount, ceiling mount) and flexible support arms an ergonomic
working position within the treatment environment or for the surgical use.
The system can be securely moved into the working position with the hand
grips without any problems.

Treatment / Surgery: The microscope is positioned and roughly focused by the physician or the sur-
geon.
The most frequently used functions as the setting of focus, magnification and
light intensity are manually controlled by the physician or the surgeon during
treatment or surgery.
A video device is connected to the system for learning purposes or in order to
visualize the treatment / surgery progress.

After the treatment / surgery The physician or the surgeon swings the surgical microscope from the treat-
ment or surgical area into its standby position.
It is possible to clean and sterilize the OPMI pico microscope.

Disposal: For the disposal of electrical and electronic devices, please observe the rele-
vant national legislation and other regulations applicable in your country.

Notes for the operator

The correct use of the device is absolutely vital for safe operation. Therefore,
please thoroughly familiarize yourself with the content of this user manual be-
fore starting up the device. Please also observe the user manuals of additional
instrument equipment. Further information is available from our service de-
partment or from authorized representatives.

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• Only operate the device within the scope of its intended use.
• Only personnel who have undergone training and instruction are allowed
to use this instrument. It is the responsibility of the customer or institution
operating the equipment to train and instruct all staff using the equip-
ment.
• Please keep these instructions for use where there are easily accessible at
all times for the persons operating the system.
• Please observe all symbols and labels attached to the device! (see page 24)
• Please do only use approved original accessories or consumables.

Legal regulations • Observe the legal regulations for accident prevention and occupational
health and safety applicable in the country concerned.
• This system must not be modified without the manufacturer's approval. If
the system is modified, suitable inspections and testing must be complet-
ed to ensure that it can still be used safely.
The manufacturer is not liable for damage caused by unauthorized per-
sons tampering with the system. Furthermore, this will forfeit any rights
to claim under warranty.
• Modifications and repairs of this device or any equipment operated to-
gether with this device may only be performed by Carl Zeiss service staff
or other persons authorized by Carl Zeiss.
• If required by the regulations and directives applicable in the country of
use, connect the system to a special emergency backup power supply.

Ambient requirements • Do not operate the system contained in the delivery package
– in explosion-risk areas,
– if inflammable anesthetics or volatile solvents such as alcohol, benzine
or similar chemicals are present at a distance of less than 25 cm.
• Do not station or use the instrument in damp rooms. Do not expose the
instrument to water splashes, dripping water or sprayed water.
• Do not place any fluid-filled containers on top of the instrument. Make
sure that no fluids can seep into the instrument.
• Make sure that the installation conditions and the use of the device meet
surgical requirements: See Ambient conditions on page 272

Electrical safety • Always switch off the system before disconnecting it from / connecting it
to line power, for cleaning its surface or if it will not be used for a pro-
longed period of time.

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• Switch off the unit at the power switch if you notice any smoke, sparks or
unusual noise. Do not use the unit until it has been repaired by our service
team.
• Do not use multiple sockets!
• Never open the device! The device contains freely accessible live compo-
nents. If you remove the housing, you run the risk of electric shock.
• Do not touch the system if your body is electrostatically charged and the
system is not grounded.
• Please note the information on EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) in the
chapter "System data" on page 258.

Transport and service • The device shall only be transported over long distances (e.g. move, re-
turning for repair etc.) within its original packaging or in a special return
packaging. For details, please contact your dealer or the Carl Zeiss service
team.
• This system is a high-grade technological product. To ensure optimum
performance and safe working order, we recommend having it checked
by our service representative as part of regular scheduled maintenance.
• In order to prevent any impairment of the device's safety due to age,
wear, etc., the user must ensure that the device is subjected to the neces-
sary safety checks (see section "Care and maintenance").

Optics and light • Never directly look with binocular tube, object lens or an eyepiece into the
sun.
• Never directly look into the light source, e.g. a microscope object lens or
a light guide to avoid phototoxic damages to the eyes.
• Adjust the brightness at the stand. Start with the lowest brightness and
slowly increase it to the required but not more than the allowed bright-
ness.
• With increasing age of the light source, the actual illumination intensity
delivered at the respective setting decreases (this is a normal property of
the system).
Additional devices that are connected to electronic medical devices shall
comply with the relevant standards and guidelines
(for example IEC 60950 for data processing devices).
Furthermore, any configurations shall comply with normative requirements
for electronic medical devices /please refer to IEC 60601-1-1:2000 or IEC
60601-1:2005, chapter 16).
The one who is connecting additional devices to electronic medical devices
acts as system configurer and is responsible for the system complying with the

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normative requirements for electronic medical devices.


Please note that local legislation takes priority over the above-mentioned nor-
mative requirements. If you have any questions, please contact your local
dealer or Carl Zeiss Service.

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Requirements for operation

WARNING The device must not be modified without any approval!


This device must not be modified without the manufacturer's approval.
If the device is modified, appropriate examinations and tests must be per-
formed to guarantee the further secure use of the device.
The manufacturer is not liable for damages caused by an unauthorized use
of the device. Furthermore, this will forfeit any rights to claim under war-
ranty.

Prior to the very first use

Carl Zeiss Service or a person authorized by Carl Zeiss will install the device.
Please make sure that the following requirements continue to be met for fur-
ther operation:
 The connecting components have been properly connected. The screw
connections have been firmly tightened.
 All cables and plugs are in perfect condition.
 Determine the supply voltage at the place of installation and set the volt-
age of the device accordingly.
 Check whether the device fuse used is the correct one as specified on the
fuse label.
More specific information about the floor stand:
 The main plug shall only be connected to a socket with
a faultless protective ground conductor.
 The device is connected with the power cord supplied.
Additional information about wall and ceiling mount:
 The device may only be connected to a power supply network which has
a faultless protective ground conductor.

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Before every use

• When adding accessories and/or components please ensure the permissi-


ble total weight of the device is not exceeded. (see label "Maximum load"
or Section "Technical Data").
• When connecting accessories make sure that sufficient free space is pro-
vided and that the surgical microscope does not touch the patient.
• Before every use, perform the balancing procedure to enable the surgical
microscope to maintain its balance in all positions of the working range.
• Check the surgical microscope for sufficient freedom of movement. The
device itself or accessories may be damaged if conflicting with each other.
• When connecting accessories make sure that sufficient free space is pro-
vided and that the surgical microscope does not touch the patient.
• To prevent accessories from falling down, check before every use that ac-
cessories are securely locked in position and securing screws are firmly
tightened.
• Always run cables in a manner that will not impede the user's movements.
• If you operate the device in a sterile area, make sure that you use the cor-
responding sterile accessories for the device.
• Make sure that the operating staff is briefed about sterile use of the sys-
tem.
• Never cover any ventilation openings, as the light source of the system
switches off in the event of overheating.
• Do not force electrical connections. If connection is not readily possible,
check whether the plug fits the socket. If any of the connectors are dam-
aged, have the Carl Zeiss service team or authorized specialist staff repair
them.
• Please refer to the functional test in chapter "Operation" ().
More specific information about the floor stand:
• Using the brake tabs on the base, secure the stand in position. Make sure
that the stand is stable and cannot roll away.

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During use

• Reduce the brightness and duration of light exposure of the surgical area
to the absolute minimum level required to avoid burn injuries.
• Never directly look into the light source, e.g. a microscope object lens or
a light guide to avoid phototoxic damages to the eyes.
• Never leave a device unattended with the light source still switched on.
• Not approved or defective accessories for the device may lead to elevated
leakage currents. Never connect the non approved or defective accesso-
ries to the device.
• Never touch video interfaces while in contact with the patient.
• If you change the lamp shortly after it has failed, the lamp will still be very
hot. Use heat-resistant protective gloves when replacing the lamp to pre-
vent burns.
• If the xenon lamp is used beyond its maximum service life of 500 hours,
sudden failure may occur and interrupt operation. Change to the backup
lamp or replace the lamp module in a timely manner.
• If the halogen lamp is used beyond its maximum service life of 50 hours,
sudden failure may occur and interrupt operation. Please replace the hal-
ogen lamp in due time.
• Do not pull at the power cord or any other connecting cables.
• If a failure occurs which you cannot correct with the aid of the chapter
"What to do in the event of malfunctions“, attach a sign to the system
stating it is out of order and contact the Carl Zeiss service staff or the au-
thorized partner.
• Never operate the system unattended.
• Always switch off the system
- before disconnecting it from / connecting it to line power
- if it will not be used for a prolonged period of time
- or for cleaning purposes.

After every use

• Always use the master switch to turn off the device if it is not in use.

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• Insufficient, incorrect or wrong cleaning or disinfection contrary to the di-


rections in these instructions for use may expose the patient or medical
staff to a considerable risk of infection. For more information, please see
"Maintenance of the device" in the chapter "Care and maintenance".
• If the light guide (only in case of a halogen light source) is not connected
at both ends, fire or burns may be caused with the light source turned on.
• Risk of crushing - mind your fingers!
Fingers may be crushed in the areas marked with the "Risk of crushing"
label.
Do not touch these areas while the system is being moved.

Warranty and liability

Warranty and liability depend on the applicable contractual stipulations.

Loss of warranty!
Modifications to this system are not permissible. The manufacturer is notli-
able for damages caused by an unauthorized use of the device. Furthermore,
this will forfeit any rights to claim under warranty.

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Possible burn injuries due to a high


illumination intensity

CAUTION Danger of burnings caused by high light intensity!


In case of a misuse of the light source, a too high illumination intensity may
cause tertiary burns.
• Please read and note the following points.

General
This device is optionally equipped with a powerful xenon light source.
Various factors contribute to the risk of burn injuries:
Device-related factors:
– With increasing service life of the lamp, the actual light intensity delivered
at the respective setting decreases. In case of a bulb exchange, illumina-
tion increases to the originally high value.
Surgery-related factors:
– The selected intensity of the light source is a major factor for the risk of
injury. It should always be set to the minimum required for the surgical
procedure to be performed.
– A long surgical procedure increases the risk of injury, in particular if a
standard procedure takes considerably longer than usual.
– Injuries in the peripheral area may be avoided by covering the respective
parts with wet, sterile gauze.
The gauze must be moistened at regular intervals to avoid that the area
dries out or heats up.
– Certain preparations of the surgical field, local vasoconstrictive medica-
tions and incision drapes may also result in a higher risk of injury (drapes
may heat up to varying degrees depending on their color and moisture
content).
– You should also take into account that some areas of the body may be
more sensitive than others.
Patient-related factors:
– The general condition of a patient's health may contribute to the risk of
injury.

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– The skin type may also play a major role for the risk of injury.
– Certain medications also affect the sensitivity to light.
– The interaction of heat and antimicrobial substances in incision foils may
lead to an increased reaction of the patient to these substances.

Recommendations
Due to the large number of different factors involved and the lack of scientific
publications on this topic, Carl Zeiss cannot provide guidance on acceptable
illumination intensities and exposure durations. However, this system has sev-
eral features that can help the user to reduce the risk of burns.
– The start value of the illumination intensity can be set to a low value.
– The risk of burns can be reduced by constantly by irrigating the illuminated
surgical field and by keeping it moist.
– If used, drapes should also be re-moistened at regular intervals in order to
prevent heat from accumulating underneath the drape.
– Switch off the light when the microscope is not used, and make sure that
it is not pointed at unprotected bare skin.
Please keep in mind that the most published cases with burns refer to the skin
around the incision. The most important measure to avoid burns is covering
the peripheral area with wet, sterile gauze. The area of the incision should be
constantly moistened.

Final remark
Carl Zeiss recommends to reduce illumination of the surgical field in that pos-
sible extend to ensure the patient's security and a good microscopic image.
Please refer to the warnings and precautions in this case.

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Safety devices

Halogen light source


1 Flap
The flap is used as mechanic indicator of the operating status of the hal-
ogen light source.
– When the flap is closed, the main lamp is operative.
– When the flap is open, the main lamp has failed. The backup lamp is
on.
2 Switching to the backup lamp
The lamp housing contains a backup lamp. If the first lamp fails, you can
switch on the backup lamp by pressing this button.
• Change the faulty lamp at the next opportunity.

Fig. 1: Safety system halogen


light source

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Xenon light source

CAUTION Limited service life of the xenon lamp!


If used longer than the indicated service life of 500 hours the xenon lamp
may fail or burst.
Dropping fragments may contaminate the sterile area. Risk of infection.
• Change the lamp module on time.

– UV/IR heat protection filter


The filter protects the patient's eye from UV and IR radiation.
– Temperature monitoring
A sensor constantly monitors the lamp temperature.
1 Switching to the backup lamp
The xenon light source has a lamp module containing two xenon lamps.
The second lamp is used as a backup lamp which can be manually swung
in if the first lamp fails.
If the red segment (2) in the button (1) is lit, the backup lamp is operated.
Keep the lamp module ready if you operate the backup lamp.
At the end of the service life of the backup lamp (maximal 500h) the lamp
module must be changed (please refer to page 238).

Fig. 2: Safety system xenon


light source

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Symbols and labels on the device

CAUTION See the warning labels and notes!


• If you notice that any label is missing on your device or has become illeg-
ible, please contact the Carl Zeiss service department or the partner au-
thorized by Carl Zeiss.

Microscope labels

1 Video signal output

2 "Instructions for use" label


Observe the instructions for use or accompanying documents.

OPMI pico 3 Designation of the microscope

1 Friction symbol
Explanation of the braking effect that is achieved by turning the friction
control.
- Turn left: Reducing the braking effect
- Turn right: Increasing the braking effect
2 Marking the magnification changer
Marks the magnification setting.

1
1.6 3 Labeling magnification changer
Displays the magnification value
2.5
0.4

0.6
1

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Fig. 3: Symbols and labels on


Surgical microscope

5 6

5
1 6
2
3

Fig. 4: Symbols and labels on


surgical microscope with
integrated HD video camera

11

5 6

1
5
6
2
3

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Symbols on the S100 floor stand

1 Friction symbol
Explanation of the braking effect that is achieved by turning the friction
control.
- Turn left: Reducing the braking effect
- Turn right: Increasing the braking effect
2 "Risk of crushing" warning label
Fingers may be crushed. Do not touch this area while moving the surgical
microscope or parts of it.

3 Brightness setting
If the light source is turned on, the brightness can be continuously set by
turning the brightness control of the fiber illumination:
- Turn left: Minimum brightness
- Turn right: Maximum brightness

4 "Maximum load" warning label


The maximum load on the suspension arm must not exceed 7 kg.
max. 7 kg

5 Balance of suspension arm


After all accessories have been attached to the surgical microscope, this
adjustment screw can be used to set the balance of the suspension arm.
- Turn left: Reduce weight
- Turn right: Increase weight

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Fig. 5: Symbols and labels on


the S100 floor stand

2 1 2 3

4
2 5 1
2

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6 SIP label
The SIP label contains the following information:
– Manufacturer (company name)
– Manufacturer's contact data,
i.e. phone number, fax number and email address of the local contact
of the national Carl Zeiss sales organization.
XXXX XXXXXX – SIP number
A unique identification number assigned to your system. A product file
is maintained by Carl Zeiss for this SIP number.
7 System identification label
The system identification label provides the following information:
– Manufacturing symbol
– Manufacturer (company name) Carl Zeiss Meditec AG
– Manufacturer's address Goeschwitzer Strasse 51-52
07745 Jena, Germany
– Serial number
– Project classification P30200001
– Device name S100 / OPMI pico
– Reference number
– CSA label
– CE label

8 Year of manufacture
This label indicates the year of manufacture of the device.

9 "Transport position" label


Always hold the stand at the indicated point for transportation.
Observe the user manual or accompanying documents.
Indicates the transport position of the system. Before transporting the
system, make sure that it is in this position in order to avoid any damage.

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Fig. 6: Symbols and labels on


the S100 floor stand

6
7
8

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10 Transport position of the flat screen monitor bracket


Observe the user manual or accompanying documents.
Indicates the transport position of the flat screen monitor bracket. Before
transporting the system, make sure that the bracket is in this position in
order to avoid any damage.

11 "Maximum load" warning label on flat screen monitor bracket


The maximum load (accessory equipment) on the optional flat screen
monitor bracket must not exceed 9 kg!

12 "Maximum load" warning label on instrument tray


The maximum load (accessory equipment) on the optional instrument tray
must not exceed 13 kg!

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Fig. 7: Symbols and labels on


the instrument tray and
monitor arm (option)

10

11

12

12

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Symbols on the S100 wall mount

1 Friction symbol
Explanation of the braking effect that is achieved by turning the friction
control.
- Turn left: Reducing the braking effect
- Turn right: Increasing the braking effect
2 "Risk of crushing" warning label
Fingers may be crushed. Do not touch this area while moving the surgical
microscope or parts of it.

3 Brightness setting
If the light source is turned on, the brightness can be continuously set by
turning the brightness control of the fiber illumination:
- Turn left: Minimum brightness
- Turn right: Maximum brightness

4 "Maximum load" warning label


The maximum load on the suspension arm must not exceed 7 kg.
max. 7 kg

5 Balance of suspension arm


After all accessories have been attached to the surgical microscope, this
adjustment screw can be used to set the balance of the suspension arm.
- Turn left: Reduce weight
- Turn right: Increase weight

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Fig. 8: Symbols and labels on


S100 wall mount

1 1

2 1 2 3

5
4
1
2

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6 SIP label
The SIP label contains the following information:
– Manufacturer (company name)
– Manufacturer's contact data,
i.e. phone number, fax number and email address of the local contact
of the national Carl Zeiss sales organization.
XXXX XXXXXX – SIP number
A unique identification number assigned to your system. A product file
is maintained by Carl Zeiss for this SIP number.
7 System identification label (S100 wall mount with long arm)
The system identification label provides the following information:
– Manufacturing symbol
– Manufacturer (company name) Carl Zeiss Meditec AG
– Manufacturer's address Goeschwitzer Strasse 51-52
07745 Jena, Germany
– Serial number
– Project classification P30200001
– Device name S100 / OPMI pico
– Reference number
– CSA label
– CE label

8 Year of manufacture
This label indicates the year of manufacture of the device.

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Fig. 9: Symbols and labels on


the S100 wall mount

7
8
9

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Symbols on the S100 ceiling mount

1 Friction symbol
Explanation of the braking effect that is achieved by turning the friction
control.
- Turn left: Reducing the braking effect
- Turn right: Increasing the braking effect
2 "Risk of crushing" warning label
Fingers may be crushed. Do not touch this area while moving the surgical
microscope or parts of it.

3 Brightness setting
If the light source is turned on, the brightness can be continuously set by
turning the brightness control of the fiber illumination:
- Turn left: Minimum brightness
- Turn right: Maximum brightness

4 "Maximum load" warning label


The maximum load on the suspension arm must not exceed 7 kg.
max. 7 kg

5 Balance of suspension arm


After all accessories have been attached to the surgical microscope, this
adjustment screw can be used to set the balance of the suspension arm.
- Turn left: Reduce weight
- Turn right: Increase weight

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1 1

2
1 2 3
2

1 4
2

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6 SIP label
The SIP label contains the following information:
– Manufacturer (company name)
– Manufacturer's contact data,
i.e. phone number, fax number and email address of the local contact
of the national Carl Zeiss sales organization.
XXXX XXXXXX – SIP number
A unique identification number assigned to your system. A product file
is maintained by Carl Zeiss for this SIP number.
7 System identification label
The system identification label provides the following information:
– Manufacturing symbol
– Manufacturer (company name) Carl Zeiss Meditec AG
– Manufacturer's address Goeschwitzer Strasse 51-52
07745 Jena, Germany
– Serial number
– Project classification P30200001
– Device name S100 / OPMI pico
– Reference number
– CSA label
– CE label

8 Year of manufacture
This label indicates the year of manufacture of the device.

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Fig. 11: Symbols and labels on


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7
8
9

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Symbols on the S100 Centro suspension system and


S100 support units

Symbols and labels on support and suspension arm


of the Centro suspension system and the S100 support units
1 Friction symbol
Explanation of the braking effect that is achieved by turning the friction
control.
- Turn left: Reducing the braking effect
- Turn right: Increasing the braking effect
2 "Risk of crushing" warning label
Fingers may be crushed. Do not touch this area while moving the surgical
microscope or parts of it.

3 Brightness setting
If the light source is turned on, the brightness can be continuously set by
turning the brightness control of the fiber illumination:
- Turn left: Minimum brightness
- Turn right: Maximum brightness

4 "Maximum load" warning label


The maximum load on the suspension arm must not exceed 7 kg.
max. 7 kg

5 Balance of suspension arm


After all accessories have been attached to the surgical microscope, this
adjustment screw can be used to set the balance of the suspension arm.
- Turn left: Reduce weight
- Turn right: Increase weight

6 Year of manufacture
This label indicates the year of manufacture of the device.

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Fig. 12: Symbols and labels on


support and suspension arm

1 1

2
2 1 2 3

5
4
1
2

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1 SIP label
The SIP label contains the following information:
– Manufacturer (company name)
– Contact possibilities to the device manufacturer,
i.e. phone number, fax number and e-mail address of the local contact
of the national Carl Zeiss sales organization.
XXXX XXXXXX – SIP number
A unique identification number assigned to your device. A product file
is maintained by Carl Zeiss for this SIP number.
2 System identification label (Centro suspension system)
The system identification label provides the following information:
– Manufacturing symbol
– Manufacturer (company name) Carl Zeiss Meditec AG
– Manufacturer's address Goeschwitzer Strasse 51-52
07745 Jena, Germany
– Serial number
– Project classification P30200001
– Device name S100 / OPMI pico
– Reference number
– CSA label
– CE label

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Fig. 13: Symbols and labels on


S100 Centro suspension
system

1
2

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1 SIP label
The SIP label contains the following information:
– Manufacturer (company name)
– Contact possibilities to the device manufacturer,
i.e. phone number, fax number and e-mail address of the local contact
of the national Carl Zeiss sales organization.
XXXX XXXXXX – SIP number
A unique identification number assigned to your device. A product file
is maintained by Carl Zeiss for this SIP number.
2 System identification label (S100 support unit)
The system identification label provides the following information:
– Manufacturing symbol
– Manufacturer (company name) Carl Zeiss Meditec AG
– Manufacturer's address Goeschwitzer Strasse 51-52
07745 Jena, Germany
– Serial number
– Project classification P30200001
– Device name S100 / OPMI pico
– Reference number
– CSA label
– CE label
3 System identification label
(S100 support unit for secondary light source)
The system identification label provides the following information:
– Manufacturing symbol
– Manufacturer (company name) Carl Zeiss Meditec AG
– Manufacturer's address Goeschwitzer Strasse 51-52
07745 Jena, Germany
– Serial number
– Project classification P30200001
– Device name S100 / (OPMI pico)
– Reference number
– CE label

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Fig. 14: Symbols and labels


on the S100 support unit

1
2

Fig. 15: Symbols and labels on


the S100 support unit
with secondary light source

1
3

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1 SIP label
The SIP label contains the following information:
– Manufacturer (company name)
– Contact possibilities to the device manufacturer,
i.e. phone number, fax number and e-mail address of the local contact
of the national Carl Zeiss sales organization.
XXXX XXXXXX – SIP number
A unique identification number assigned to your device. A product file
is maintained by Carl Zeiss for this SIP number.
2 System identification label (S100 support unit 600)
The system identification label provides the following information:
– Manufacturing symbol
– Manufacturer (company name) Carl Zeiss Meditec AG
– Manufacturer's address Goeschwitzer Strasse 51-52
07745 Jena, Germany
– Serial number
– Project classification P30200001
– Device name S100 / OPMI pico
– Reference number
– CE label

3 System identification label (S100 support unit 950)


The system identification label provides the following information:
– Manufacturing symbol
– Manufacturer (company name) Carl Zeiss Meditec AG
– Manufacturer's address Goeschwitzer Strasse 51-52
07745 Jena, Germany
– Serial number
– Project classification P30200001
– Device name S100 / OPMI pico
– Reference number
– CE label

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Fig. 16: Symbols and labels


on the S100 support unit 600

1
2

Fig. 17: Symbols and labels


on the S100 support unit 950

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Symbols on the support unit Atmos


1 System identification label support unit Atmos
The system identification label provides the following information:
– Manufacturing symbol
– Manufacturer (company name) Carl Zeiss Meditec AG
– Manufacturer's address Goeschwitzer Strasse 51-52
07745 Jena, Germany
– Serial number
– Project classification P30200001
– Device name S100 / OPMI pico
– Reference number
– CE label

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Fig. 18: Symbols and labels


on the S100 support unit
Atmos

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Symbols on the light source

Halogen light source


1 Indicating label "Observe the user manual"
Observe the user manual or accompanying documents.

2 S100 Halogen rating label


The rating label contains the following information:
– Manufacturing symbol
– Manufacturer (company name) Carl Zeiss Meditec AG
– Manufacturer's address Goeschwitzer Strasse 51-52
07745 Jena, Germany
– Type of illumination Halogen
– Rated voltage (115V): 100V - 120V
(230V): 220V - 240V
– Maximum current consumption 2A (115V)
1A (230V)
– Line frequency range 50Hz - 60Hz

3 Fuse label
This label contains the following information:
– Maximum voltage 115 V / 230 V
– Rated current 6.3 A-H / 3.15 A-H
– (Tripping) characteristics T
4 "Observe disposal regulations" label
Electrical or electronic devices must not be disposed of as normal domestic
waste. For more information on the disposal of electrical and electronic
devices, please see the chapter on "Maintenance and care."

5 "Observe the user manual" label


For information on how to replace the lamp, see page 236.

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Fig. 19: Symbols and labels on


the
halogen light source

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6 "Hot surfaces" warning label


Hot surfaces may cause burns.

12V/100W 7 Lamp identification


When replacing lamps, only use halogen lamps with the rated line voltage.
380079-9040 Order these halogen lamps from Carl Zeiss by stating the specified catalog
number.
8 Order number "Halogen lamp module"
When the lamp module is defective, you can order a new lamp module
000000-1086-764 from Carl Zeiss. Please specify the imprinted order number.

9 CAUTION label
Warning of a potential hazard

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Fig. 20: Symbols and labels


on the lamp module

6 7

9 8

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Xenon light source


1 Indicating label "Observe the user manual"
Observe the user manual or accompanying documents.

2 S100 Xenon rating label


The rating label contains the following information:
– Manufacturing symbol
– Manufacturer (company name) Carl Zeiss Meditec AG
– Manufacturer's address Goeschwitzer Strasse 51-52
07745 Jena, Germany
– Type of illumination Xenon
– Rated voltage (115V): 100V - 120V
(230V): 220V - 240V
– Maximum current consumption 5 A (115V)
2.5 A (230V)
– Line frequency range 50Hz - 60Hz

3 "Observe disposal regulations" label


Electrical or electronic devices must not be disposed of as normal domestic
waste. For more information on the disposal of electrical and electronic
devices, please see the chapter on "Maintenance and care."

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Fig. 21: Symbols and labels on


the
xenon light source

3 2

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4 "Observe the user manual" label


For information on replacing the lamp module, please see page 238.

5 Warning label
The xenon light source shall not be used for ophthalmological surgeries.
• Make sure that no xenon light enters the patient's eyes.

6 "CAUTION" label
The lamp housing contains an integrated xenon light source.

7 Bulb exchange
The label graphically shows the bulb exchange in three steps.
A - Press the button
B - Pull out the lamp module
C - Change bulbs

8 Labeling switch setting


1 2 Indicates which lamp is in operation.
1. Main lamp
2. Backup lamp

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Fig. 22: Symbols and labels


on the
xenon illumination

8 1 2

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9 CAUTION label
Warning of a potential hazard

10 "Hot surfaces" warning label


Hot surfaces may cause burns.

11 Labeling "Xenon lamp module"


If the lamp module is defective, you can order a new lamp module from
304977-9037-000 Carl Zeiss (please refer to the order data page 266).

12 Rating "Xenon"

Xenon lamp 180W

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Fig. 23: Symbols and labels


on lamp module

8 9 10

11

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Symbols and video control units (optional)

1 Control elements of video control units


Description of the buttons on page 94.
2 Connections to the video control units
Description of the connections on page 98.
3 HD version labeling
308203-1000-000 Labeling of the HD version
with resolution 720p of the video control unit
Labeling of the FullHD version
with resolution 1080p of the HD video control unit

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Fig. 24: Video units


1

1 2

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System Overview

System overview..............................................................................64
OPMI pico on S100 floor stand..................................................................64
OPMI pico on S100 wall mount .................................................................66
OPMI pico on S100 ceiling mount .............................................................68
OPMI pico on the S100 Centro suspension system and
S100 support units ....................................................................................70

Controls and connections ................................................................72


OPMI pico .................................................................................................72
Hand grips on OPMI pico...........................................................................74
Controls for the tubes................................................................................75
Controls for the widefield eyepieces ..........................................................76
Controls of OPMI pico with MORA interface..............................................78
Controls of OPMI pico with Endoport ........................................................82
S100 Suspension Systems ..........................................................................84
Halogen light source..................................................................................86
Xenon light source ....................................................................................90
Key functions of video control units...........................................................94
Attachment of instrument tray and flat screen monitor bracket to
the S100 floor stand (option)...................................................................102

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System overview

OPMI pico on S100 floor stand

Surgical microscope The surgical microscope (4) enables the illumination and visual magnification
of the field of view. For visual magnification, the surgical microscope can be
equipped with different tubes, eyepieces and objective lenses.

Floor stand The floor stand is used to power and control the surgical microscope func-
tions. It consists of support arm (2), suspension arm (3), supply unit with light
source (1), stand column (5) and stand base (6). The suspension arm enables
rough positioning of the surgical microscope and moving it into its standby
position. The stand base is equipped with four steerable casters (7) which
make it easier for you to position the system in the OR. Arrestors at the casters
secure the system against accidental moving and rolling away.

Light source Depending on the order, the device may be equipped with a halogen or a
xenonlight source. The halogen or xenon light source is used to illuminate the
surgical area. It has a fiber illumination in the surgical microscope, i. e. the
light is directed from the light source via a light guide to the surgical micro-
scope. The halogen or xenon light source is situated in the lamp housing of
the supply unit (1).
The halogen light source contains two halogen lamps. The second lamp is
used as a backup lamp which can be swung in in case the first lamp fails.
The xenon light source produces light whose spectrum is similar to daylight.
Regardless of the brightness setting, the color temperature of the light always
remains the same. Normal daylight film without any additional conversion fil-
ters can therefore be used for photographic documentation.
The xenon light source contains two xenon lamps. The second lamp is used
as a backup lamp which can be swung in case the first lamp fails.

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Fig. 25: System overview of


OPMI pico on S100 floor
stand

1 2

5
7 6

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OPMI pico on S100 wall mount

Surgical microscope The surgical microscope (5) enables the illumination and visual magnification
of the field of view.
For visual magnification, the surgical microscope can be equipped with dif-
ferent tubes, eyepieces and objective lenses.

Wall mount The wall mount is used to power and control the surgical microscope func-
tions. It consists of support arm (3), suspension arm (4), supply unit with light
source (1) and wall flange (2). The wall mount is firmly mounted to the wall.
However, the support and suspension arms can be moved.
The suspension arm enables rough positioning of the surgical microscope and
moving it into its standby position.

Light source Depending on the order, the device may be equipped with a halogen or a
xenonlight source. The halogen or xenon light source is used to illuminate the
surgical area. It has a fiber illumination in the surgical microscope, i. e. the
light is directed from the light source via a light guide to the surgical micro-
scope. The halogen or xenon light source is situated in the lamp housing of
the supply unit (1).
The halogen light source contains two halogen lamps. The second lamp is
used as a backup lamp which can be swung in in case the first lamp fails.
The xenon light source produces light whose spectrum is similar to daylight.
Regardless of the brightness setting, the color temperature of the light always
remains the same. Normal daylight film without any additional conversion fil-
ters can therefore be used for photographic documentation.
The xenon light source contains two xenon lamps. The second lamp is used
as a backup lamp which can be swung in case the first lamp fails.

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Fig. 26: System overview of


OPMI pico on S100 wall
mount
1 2 3

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OPMI pico on S100 ceiling mount

Surgical microscope The surgical microscope (5) enables the illumination and visual magnification
of the field of view.
For visual magnification, the surgical microscope can be equipped with dif-
ferent tubes, eyepieces and objective lenses.

Ceiling mount The ceiling mount is used to power and control the surgical microscope func-
tions. It consists of support arm (3), suspension arm (4), supply unit with light
source (1) and ceiling flange with column (2). The ceiling mount is firmly
mounted to the ceiling. However, the support and suspension arms as well as
the illumination unit around the column can be moved.
The suspension arm (4) enables rough positioning of the surgical microscope
and moving it into its standby position.

Light source Depending on the order, the device may be equipped with a halogen or a
xenonlight source. The halogen or xenon light source is used to illuminate the
surgical area. It has a fiber illumination in the surgical microscope, i. e. the
light is directed from the light source via a light guide to the surgical micro-
scope. The halogen or xenon light source is situated in the lamp housing of
the supply unit (1).
The halogen light source contains two halogen lamps. The second lamp is
used as a backup lamp which can be swung in in case the first lamp fails.
The xenon light source produces light whose spectrum is similar to daylight.
Regardless of the brightness setting, the color temperature of the light always
remains the same. Normal daylight film without any additional conversion fil-
ters can therefore be used for photographic documentation.
The xenon light source contains two xenon lamps. The second lamp is used
as a backup lamp which can be swung in case the first lamp fails.

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Fig. 27: System overview of


OPMI pico on S100 ceiling
mount

2 3

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OPMI pico on the S100 Centro suspension system and


S100 support units

Surgical microscope The surgical microscope (4) enables the illumination and visual magnification
of the field of view. For visual magnification, the surgical microscope can be
equipped with different tubes, eyepieces and objective lenses.

S100 Centro suspension sys- Centro suspension system and S100 support units are used to power and con-
tem and S100 support units trol the surgical microscope functions. It consists of support arm (2), suspen-
sion arm (3) and supply unit with light source (1) (optional).
The suspension arm (3) enables rough positioning of the surgical microscope
and moving it into its standby position.
The Centro suspension system and the S100 support units are installed by au-
thorized staff according to the installation instructions to your existing treat-
ment unit.

Light source Depending on the order, the device may be equipped with a halogen or a
xenonlight source. The halogen or xenon light source is used to illuminate the
surgical area. It has a fiber illumination in the surgical microscope, i. e. the
light is directed from the light source via a light guide to the surgical micro-
scope. The halogen or xenon light source is situated in the lamp housing of
the supply unit (1).
The halogen light source contains two halogen lamps. The second lamp is
used as a backup lamp which can be swung in in case the first lamp fails.
The xenon light source produces light whose spectrum is similar to daylight.
Regardless of the brightness setting, the color temperature of the light always
remains the same. Normal daylight film without any additional conversion fil-
ters can therefore be used for photographic documentation.
The xenon light source contains two xenon lamps. The second lamp is used
as a backup lamp which can be swung in case the first lamp fails.

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Fig. 28: System overview of


OPMI pico on the
S100 Centro suspension
system and S100 support
units

1
3

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Controls and connections

OPMI pico

1 Friction adjustment button


For clamping the the surgical microscope at the support arm and for
mounting the surgical microscope in the desired position.
2 Dust cover
3 Securing screw
Screw in the securing screw as far as it will go after you have inserted the
binocular tube or another module in the mount on the surgical micro-
scope.
4 Magnification changer
Use this button to manually set the magnification to one of five click stop
positions (γ = 0.4x, γ = 0.6x, γ = 1.0x, γ = 1.6x, γ = 2.5x).
5 Cover cap
You can remove this cover cap and mount a hand grip for microscope
guidance instead.
6 Object lens
Object lenses with different focal lengths are available. The focal length
approximately corresponds to the working distance.
7 Holes for fastening accessories
The bottom of the surgical microscope contains two holes for mounting
accessories (e.g. dovetail mount, hand grip, please refer to page 74).
8 Video connection socket (optional)
a. For connecting the system cable to the SD video camera.
b. For connecting the system cable to the HD video camera.
9 Light guide socket
The light guide socket is used to direct the light from the light source to
the surgical microscope.
10 Filter selection
Turn this selector to swing filters into the illumination beam path. The se-
lector has three positions: no filter, green filter and orange filter.
– The green filter enhances contrast.
– The orange filter prevents premature curing of composite fillings.

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Fig. 29: Controls and connec-


tors on the
surgical microscope
10

9
8b

4 2

10

9
1
8a

2
4 3
4

5
4
6

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Hand grips on OPMI pico

Four application-oriented hand grips are provided:


1 Complete hand grips on the rear
2 Comfort grips
On the comfort grips, the grip components can be repositioned to meet
the user's personal requirements.
3 T-shaped grip, complete
4 Hand grip, complete, on the front

Fig. 30: Hand grips on


OPMI pico 1

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Controls for the tubes

CAUTION Damage to eyes due to high light radiation!


If you look through the eyepiece or the tube into a light source, damage to
eyes may occur.
• Never look through the eyepiece or the tube into a light source or directly
into the sun.
The tubes have the following controls:
1 Eyepiece mount
2 Pupillary distance (PD) adjustment knob
The correct position has been reached when the two eyepiece images
merge into one. You can read off the PD setting on the adjustment knob.

Fig. 31: Controls for the tubes 180° tiltable tube 45° inclined tube

1 2 1 2

Straight tube
1

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Controls for the widefield eyepieces

NOTE Widefield eyepieces with magnetic coupling


Please keep in mind the usual rules for the handling of magnets in regard of
eyepieces that have been removed from the tube.
• Do not place the eyepiece near instruments which may be magnetizable.
• Do not place the eyepiece on sensible devices such as infusion pumps,
pacemakers, measuring devices or magnetic data media such as floppy
disks, audio and video tapes or credit cards.
• Always store the eyepiece in its originalpackaging, when not using it.

CAUTION Damage to eyes due to high light radiation!


If you look through the eyepiece or the tube into a light source, damage to
eyes may occur.
• Never look through the eyepiece or the tube into a light source or directly
into the sun.
1 Eyecup
for adjusting the distance between the eyepiece and the eye.
2 Diopter setting ring
adjustable from -5 D to +5 D
3 Diopter scale
for reading off the prescription set

Fig. 32: Operating elements


of the eyepieces

2
3

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Controls of OPMI pico with MORA interface.

Use The MORA interface is intended exclusively for use on the OPMI pico surgical
microscope in dentistry.

Description The MORA interface increases the microscope's mobility about its lateral tilt
axis, without changing the user's upright, ergonomic seated posture.
This offers advantages for the treatment of relatively large fields of therapy,
e.g. when several teeth are being treated at once.
A manually operated annular diaphragm permits the depth of field to be
varied.
With maximum lateral tilt of the microscope body and high magnification,
slight vignetting of the field of view may occur.

Controls and 1 Marking of zero position


connectors
2 Friction of lateral tilt movement
The microscope body can be tilted by approx. 25° to the left or right, and
can be locked in any position using the friction screw.
3 Securing screw
Secures the MORA interface on the OPMI pico
4 Diaphragm setting knob
A swing-in annular diaphragm permits you to increase the depth of field
so that the field of therapy is in focus over a larger range. This involves a
reduction in light intensity. Set the annular diaphragm to meet your spe-
cific requirements.
5 Securing screw
Secures the binocular tube on the MORA interface

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Fig. 33: OPMI pico with


MORA interface
1

approx. ±25°

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Controls of MORA interface with lateral output port for documenta-


tion

CAUTION Video images not for diagnostic purposes!


The visualized images may include deviations in scale, shape and color.
• Do not use video images for diagnostic purposes as the video camera is
not calibrated for these purposes.
The MORA interface is optionally available with documentation equipment.
This version is shown in the illustration on the opposite page.
The method described below can also be used for other accessories. The op-
erating principle of the accessories is described in the relevant user manuals.

Controls and 1 Annular diaphragm


connectors We recommend that you swing the annular diaphragm out of the beam
path for image capture to ensure that sufficient light is available. With the
annular diaphragm swung into the beam path, the exposure time in-
creases accordingly.
2 Knurled ring
Attachment of dust cover or documentation accessories
3 Dust cover
4 Accessory module

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Fig. 34: MORA interface with


lateral output port for docu-
mentation accessories

1 2 3 4

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Controls of OPMI pico with Endoport

Use The Endoport endoscope port is intended for use on OPMI pico microscopes
in ENT surgery.

Description The endoscope port of the OPMI pico Endoport is a standardized interface for
endoscope cameras. This port permits an external endoscope camera with
special adapter to be connected using the quick-action locking mechanism.
If you want to equip the surgical microscope with the Endoport accessory,
please observe the requirements for system expansions, see page 265.
Only attach external endoscope cameras including adapter with a maximum
weight of 1.0 kg to the endoscope port.
The endoscope port always produces an image at infinity; for this reason, the
external endoscope camera's focus must also be set at infinity. The procedure
of focusing the endoscope camera at infinity is a camera-specific procedure
and differs from camera type to camera type.
Microscope settings such as the focusing of the eyepieces do not affect the
endoscope port.

Controls and 1 Endoscope port


connectors
2 Endoscope camera

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S100 Suspension Systems

1 Support arm
2 Suspension arm
The suspension arm is provided with a switch. This switch turns on the
light source when the suspension arm swings into the working position.
The light source is switched off in the upper resting position.
3 Mobility adjustment screw
You are able to set the lifting mobility of the suspension arm with the ad-
justment screw after the successful balance setting of the microscope
equipment.
4 Mobility adjustment screw
Use this screw to set the mobility of the coupling's rotation.
5 Mobility adjustment screw
Use this screw to set the mobility of the surgical microscope's swing
movement.
6 120° coupling
The 120° coupling improves ergonomic handling. The use of other cou-
plings is also possible, please refer to order data (page 266).
7 Balance setting screw
8 Mobility adjustment screw
Use this screw to set to set the mobility of the suspension arm's rotation.
9 Mobility adjustment screw
Use this screw to set the friction of the carrier arm's rotation.
10 Supply unit with light source
The supply unit provides the connectors for the power cord, light guide,
camera and video as well as the power switch. The supply unit provides
the lamp housing with halogen or xenon light source.
11 Wall flange (wall mount only)
The wall mount differs from the ceiling mount by the type of mounting to
the building.
12 Ceiling flange (ceiling mount only)
The ceiling mount differs from the wall mount by the type of mounting to
the building.
13 Securing screws

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14 Steerable casters with arrestors (on floor stand only)


Press arrestor once to lock the suspension system.
For unlocking, press the arrestor upward with the tip of your foot.

Fig. 36: Operating elements 1


and connections on the
S100 suspension system

2 3 4 5

10 9

13
8 7 6

14
12 11

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Halogen light source

1 Air grid
Do not cover the air grid!
For example, drapes could be covering the grid. The light source may be
switched off by the built-in thermostatic switch.
2 Flap
The flap is the mechanical indicator for the operating status of the halogen
lamps.
– When the flap is closed, the main lamp is operative.
– The open flap indicates that the backup lamp is being used.
3 Manual switching to the backup lamp
By pressing this button, the backup lamp swings in (page 222)
4 Lamp module
5 Open lamp module
By pressing this button, the lamp module is partly ejected. Pull out the
lamp module all the way for exchanging the lamp.
6 Brightness setting
If the light source is switched on, the brightness can be continuously set
by turning the brightness control of the fiber illumination:
- Left position: Minimum brightness
- Right position: Maximum brightness

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Fig. 37: Operating elements


and connections to the
halogen light source

3
4
5

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Connector panel of the halogen light source


1 Power switch
2 Light guide socket
The light guide socket is used to direct the light from the light source to
the surgical microscope.
3 Strain relief device
The strain relief device prevents inadvertent unplugging of the power
cord.
4 Coupler socket
The power cord connects the device to the power socket. The power inlet
socket contains the device fuse.
5 Display window for rated voltage and voltage switchover
The rated voltage indicated at the sliding switch must correspond to the
rated voltage of the net available on the site of installation. If the rated
voltage has not been correctly set, you can adjust the sliding switch using
a suitable tool.
6 Potential equalization (to be ordered separately, optional)
In order to connect the device to the potential equalization bar.

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Fig. 38: Connector panel of


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Halogen light source

4
1
5

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Xenon light source

CAUTION Limited service life of the xenon lamp!


If used longer than the indicated service life of 500 hours the xenon lamp
may fail or burst.
Dropping fragments may contaminate the sterile area. Risk of infection.
• Change the lamp module on time.
1 Air grid
2 Lamp module
3 Manual switching to the backup lamp
The xenon light source has a lamp module containing two xenon lamps.
The second lamp is used as a backup lamp which can be manually swung
in if the first lamp fails (page 224).
Keep the lamp module ready if you operate the backup lamp.
4 Display: Backup bulb is in use
If the red segment (4) in the button (3) is lit, the backup lamp is operated.
5 Open lamp module
When you press this button, the lamp module is partly ejected.
6 Brightness setting
If the light source is switched on, the brightness can be continuously set
by turning the brightness control of the fiber illumination:

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Fig. 39: Operating elements


on the xenon light source

2 4
3

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Connector panel of the xenon light source


1 Light guide socket
The light guide socket is used to direct the light from the light source to
the surgical microscope.
2 Strain relief device
The strain relief device prevents inadvertent unplugging of the power
cord.
3 Power switch
When the device is switched on, the green indicator light in the power
switch is lit.
4 Power supply socket
The power cord connects the device to the power socket. Only connect
the system to a wall outlet which is properly grounded.
5 Selector switch for rated voltage and voltage switchover
The rated voltage indicated at the sliding switch must correspond to the
rated voltage of the net available on the site of installation. If the rated
voltage has not been correctly set, you can adjust the sliding switch using
a suitable tool.
6 Potential equalization (to be ordered separately, optional)
In order to connect the device to the potential equalization bar.

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Fig. 40: Connector panel of


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Key functions of video control units

Depending on the integrated video camera selected, the supply unit contains
different video control units:
For the integrated SD video camera
– SD video control unit
MediLive video control unit
– SD video control unit with digital interface
MediLive video control unit digital
For the integrated HD video camera
– HD video 720p control unit
– HD video 1080p control unit
(full HD)
The area to the right of the dashed line is displayed with a 90° rotation. It is
located on the level of the connector panel.
1 config
The configuration menu permits you to set various functions to meet your
specific needs.
You access the configuration menu by pressing the "config" key.
The different setting options for the configuration of the user program are
described in the chapter "Preparations for use", see page 157.
The camera is delivered with a default configuration (factory settings).
2 Indicator light (green)
The indicator light (LED) is lit when the power switch has been turned on.
3 white bal
White balance (see page 154)
4 brightness
Use the , keys to adjust the brightness of the video image.The con-
figuration menu (page 155) gives you the choice between two different
modes: Automatic - Manual.

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Fig. 41: Key camera control 1 2 3 4


unit functions

1 2 3 4

1 2 3 4

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5 Image
The <freeze> button allows you to freeze the current live video image and
to display it as a full-screen freeze frame on the video monitor. At the
same time, the text "freeze" is displayed in the left upper corner.
When you press the <live> key, the current live video image is displayed
again on the monitor. The text "freeze" disappears.
6 Record
Operation of the Image Capture functionality: Please refer to page 178.
(only SD video control unit with digital interface)
7 select cursor keys
These control keys permit you to navigate in the configuration menu
(page 157).
8 enter key
Press the <enter> key to confirm a selection or trigger a function. The dif-
ferent functions are described in the corresponding menu item of the con-
figuration menu.
In addition, textual information for the selected mode is displayed.
The control key <select> (7) and the key <enter> (8) are only active within
the sub-menus.

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Fig. 42: Key video unit 5 7 8


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5 6 7 8

5 7 8

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Video connectors
9 Remote socket (MediLive Video Control Unit)
It is possible to connect a foot switch here (optional).
The foot switch can be used to execute the function "image".
10 Remote socket (MediLive Video Control Unit Digital)
It is possible to connect a foot switch here (optional).
You can configure the foot switch as described on page 168 .
11 Remote socket (HD)
It is possible to connect a foot switch here (optional).
You can configure the foot switch as described on page 203 .
12 Connector for the camera head
The camera installed in the surgical microscope is connected via the
system cable to the video unit.
Switch off the video unit before plugging in/unplugging the system cable
at the video unit. The camera may be damaged if the cable is plugged/un-
plugged while voltage is still being applied.
13 Video signal output Y/C
We recommend using video devices suitable for Y/C signals, if possible.
This standard provides higher video image quality than CVBS.
14 Video signal output BNC (VBS)
Suitable for video systems capable of processing FBAS/VBS signals, or if
video signals have to be transmitted over relatively long distances (e.g.
BNC lines already installed on site).
The connection to the HD video control unit enables the connection of a
SD suitable device.
We recommend: Connect each video device to be installed such as re-
corder, monitor, printer, etc. via a separate output and do not loop it via
several devices. In this case, only the terminating resistor (75 W) switch of
the connected video devices (if present) in the last device of the chain
must be set to the "ON" position.

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Fig. 43: Connectors 9 12


Video unit

13
14

10 12

13
14

11

13

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Connectors - only SD video control unit with digital interface


15 USB socket for USB stick
Only use USB sticks conforming to the USB-2.0 specification.

16 IEEE 1394 or FireWire DV output port


Digital, compressed video signal (6 pins) for recording digital videos on a
digital video recorder or PC.

Connectors - only HD video control unit


17 Connector for the camera head
The system cable connects the HD camera installed in the surgical micro-
scope to the video unit.
Switch off the CCU before plugging in/unplugging the system cable at the
CCU. The camera may be destroyed if the cable is plugged/unplugged
while voltage is still being applied.
18 Video output port "HDMI"
Digital port for monitors or recorders from the consumer area. HDMI
(High Definition Multimedia Interface) is used to transfer digital video
data.
19 Video output port "YPbPr"
Analog port for high-resolution monitors or TV.

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Fig. 44: Connectors


Video unit

16

15

15

17

18

19

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Attachment of instrument tray and flat screen monitor bracket to


the S100 floor stand (option)

It is possible to upgrade the S100 floor stand to a documentation workstation


comprising documentation and display devices. Optionally, you can mount a
flat screen holder and/or an instrument tray on the S100 floor stand. The flat
screen holder and the instrument tray can be variably positioned up to a spe-
cific height (please refer to page 132). It is also possible to additionally set the
variable tilt of the flat screen holder. Thanks to these adjustment possibilities,
this option provides you with a clearly arranged, ergonomic combination of
the surgical microscope on the S100 floor stand and documentation and dis-
play device.

Flat screen holder with touchscreen (1)


A flat screen or a touchscreen can be mounted on the flat screen holder.
When mounted on the S100 floor stand, the flat screen holder has a max-
imum load capacity of 9 kg.

Instrument tray for a documentation device(2)


The instrument tray is used to carry a documentation device with a maximum
weight of 13 kg, e.g. a video recorder.

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Fig. 45: Attachment of


instrument tray and flat
screen monitor bracket to the
S100 floor stand
1

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Preparations for use

Configuring the surgical microscope..............................................106


Mounting the surgical microscope...........................................................106
Mounting the tube, eyepieces and objective lens.....................................110
Mounting the hand grips.........................................................................111
Connecting the light guide ......................................................................112
Mounting the MORA interface ................................................................113
Mounting documentation accessories on the MORA interface with lateral out-
put port...................................................................................................114
Connecting an endoscope camera...........................................................116

Balancing the suspension arm ....................................................... 118


Adjusting the surgical microscope ...........................................................120

Relocating the S100 floor stand ....................................................122

Connections................................................................................... 124
Connecting the S100 floor stand .............................................................124
Connecting the integrated video camera .................................................126
Connect PC to SD video control unit with digital interface .......................130

Attachment of instrument tray and flat screen monitor bracket to the


S100 floor stand ............................................................................132
Ergonomic positioning of flat screen monitor bracket and
instrument tray........................................................................................132
Mounting the flat screen monitor on the monitor bracket .......................134
Routing the cables and making the electrical connections .......................136
Adjusting the flat screen monitor bracket ................................................138

Preparing the system for sterile use ..............................................142


Attaching asepsis caps.............................................................................142
Applying drapes ......................................................................................142

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Configuring the surgical microscope

NOTE Risk of injury due to sinking surgical microscope or due to dropping


parts!
Mounting and removing modules and accessories may lead to unintended
tilting of the surgical microscope. Parts or modules may drop.
The suspension arm may be dropped or lifted.
This may lead to personal injuries or to material damage.
• Please only use accessories approved by Carl Zeiss.
• Never change modules and accessories during a surgical procedure or
above the patient!
• Mount documentation accessories only in accordance with the appropri-
ate user manual.
• After every change in configuration and before every use, make sure that
the modules and accessories are securely locked in position.
• Make sure that all securing screws and locking screws are firmly tight-
ened!
• Make sure not to exceed the maximum load capacity of the device during
the installation of accessories and components.
• Re-adjust the balance of the suspension arm after every change of acces-
sories (please refer to page 118).
• Re-adjust the adjustment screw for mobility. The adjustment screw has
only a braking, no locking function.

Mounting the surgical microscope

Proceed as follows to mount the surgical microscope:


• Tighten adjustment screw (1)(braking function).
• Insert shaft (4) in the mount of the suspension arm.
• Screw in and tighten securing screws (2) and (3).

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• Securing screw (2) contains a hex socket head screw (5) which is an addi-
tional securing screw. Firmly tighten hex socket head screw (5) using a
suitable hex tool.
• Insert shaft (6) in the mount of the coupling. Use a suitable tool (e.g. hex
key or screwdriver) to screw in and tighten securing screws (7) and (8).
• Securing screw (8) contains a hex socket head screw (9) which is an addi-
tional securing screw. Firmly tighten hex socket head screw (9) using a
suitable tool.

Fig. 46: Mounting the 1 2 5


surgical microscope
on the S100

4 4

8 7

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Proceed as follows to remove the surgical microscope:


• Put the suspension arm into its upper position before dismounting the sur-
gical microscope.
While the surgical microscope is dismounted, the suspension arm may
shoot up by its own spring force despite tightened locking screw.
• Tighten adjustment screw (1)(braking function).
• Hold the surgical microscope securely while loosening the securing
screws.
• Use a suitable tool (e.g. hex key or screwdriver) to loosen and remove se-
curing screws (7) and (6).
• Remove the surgical microscope.
• Hold the coupling securely while loosening the securing screws.
• Use a suitable tool (e.g. hex key or screwdriver) to loosen and remove se-
curing screws (3) and (2).
• Remove the coupling.

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Fig. 47: Mounting the 1 2 5


surgical microscope
on the S100

4 4

8 7

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Mounting the tube, eyepieces and objective lens

• Give securing screw (2) a few turns to loosen it.


• Remove dust cover (3) and store it in a safe place.
• Place binocular tube (4) on the surgical microscope and firmly tighten se-
curing screw (2). The straight binocular tube is shown here as an example.
• You can install further accessories between the binocular tube and the mi-
croscope body. Lock these units in position in the same way using secur-
ing screw (2).
• Insert eyepieces (5) in the mounts provided on the binocular tube as far as
they will go. The magnetic coupling reliably secures them in position.
If required, use the sleeves supplied.
• Screw objective lens (1) into the microscope body and tighten it firmly.

Fig. 48: Mounting the tube,


eyepieces and objective lens

1 2 3 4 5

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Mounting the hand grips

Four hand grips are available for the OPMI pico surgical microscope (see
page 74).
The hand grips can be positioned as required by reinserting (2) or pressing
them together (1).
• Select the hand grip suitable for your application.
• Mount the hand grip supplied with the instrument. Firmly tighten the
screw(s).

Fig. 49: Mounting the


hand grips 1

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Connecting the light guide

• Switch off the light source.


• Put the light guide into the light guide socket on the light source and on
the surgical microscope until it locks.
• Make sure that the light guide has been routed with sufficient slack. Sup-
port system and surgical microscope must be movable within the com-
plete area without the light guide being stretched, excessively bent or
twisted.

Fig. 50: Connecting the light


guide

Make sure that the light guide is not stretched or bent when the micro-
scope is turned or tilted.

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Mounting the MORA interface

• Give securing screw (3) a few turns to loosen it.


• Remove the dust cover and store it in a safe place.
• Place MORA interface (7) on the surgical microscope and firmly tighten se-
curing screw (3).
• Insert binocular tube (5) into the mount of MORA interface (7) and tighten
securing screw (6).
• Tilt the microscope body by approx. 25° to the left or right and lock it in
the required position using friction screw (2).
• Set ring diaphragm (4) to meet your specific requirements.

Fig. 51: Mounting the MORA 1 2


interface

5 6 7

approx. ± 25°

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Mounting documentation accessories on the MORA interface with lateral out-


put port

Requirement  The MORA interface with lateral port for documentation accessories has
been mounted on the surgical microscope.
The method described below can also be used for other accessories.
The operating principle of the accessories is described in the relevant user
manuals.

Attaching documentation • Loosen knurled ring (2).


accessories.
• An arrow with the labeling "open" is located on the shaft next to knurled
ring (2).
• Remove dust cover (3) and store it in a safe place.
• Insert accessory (4) in the mount of the image exit port.
The mount of the image exit port is fitted with guide projections. Acces-
sory (4) has the corresponding grooves.
• Carefully turn the accessory module until the guide projections fit into the
grooves.
• Slide the accessory in the mount as far as it will go.
• Screw knurled ring (2) onto accessory module (3).
• Firmly tighten knurled ring (2).
If the accessory is mounted with the connector pointing vertically upward,
the image of the connected camera is displayed with a 90° rotation.
• To avoid this, you can mount the accessory rotated by 90° so that the con-
nector (incl. camera) points horizontally to the back.
• Note the effect of annular diaphragm (1) swung into the beam path.

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Fig. 52: Mounting


documentation accessories on
the MORA interface with
lateral output port

1 2 3 4

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Connecting an endoscope camera

If you want to equip the surgical microscope with an endoscope camera,


please observe the requirements for system expansions, see page 265.

Prerequisites  Your OPMI pico has been equipped with the "Endoport" accessory com-
ponent:
 Your endoscope camera, including adapter, does not weigh more than
1.0 kg.
• Focus the endoscope camera at infinity.
The procedure of focusing the endoscope camera at infinity is a camera-
specific procedure and differs from camera type to camera type.
Microscope settings such as the focusing of the eyepieces do not affect
the endoscope port.
• Remove the cover from the endoscope port.
• Attach your endoscope camera to the endoscope port and allow the
quick-action lock to snap in.
• Connect the video cable of the endoscope camera to the endoscope sys-
tem. Please also observe the information contained in the user's manual
on the endoscope system.
• Adjust the orientation of the image on the video monitor. To achieve this,
turn the endoscope camera in the endoscope port as required.

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Fig. 53: Connecting an


endoscope camera

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Balancing the suspension arm

NOTE Performance of balance setting


• Perform a balancing before using the device (not above the patient and
with a secure distance to other persons and devices) so that the surgical
microscope remains in its position within the working area.

CAUTION Risk of crushing - mind your fingers!


Fingers may be crushed in the areas marked with the "risk of crushing" label.
• Do not touch these areas while the system is being moved or brought in
its working / transport position.

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• Do not perform balance setting until the surgical microscope and all ac-
cessories have been mounted!
• The maximum load on the suspension arm must not exceed 7 kg.
• Loosen the friction adjustment screw (1) of the suspension arm.
• Insert an 8 mm hex key into opening (3) of joint cover (2).
• Use the hex key to turn balance setting screw (4) until balance has been
achieved.
• Check the balance setting in several positions.
• Use friction adjustment screw (1) to set the required friction of the up-
ward/downward movement of the suspension arm.

Fig. 54: Adjust balancing at


the suspension arm

2
3
4

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Adjusting the surgical microscope

Notes on adjustment
– It is recommended to provide the interocular distance as well as the refrac-
tion values for the different users to adjust the surgical microscope more
quickly and to preset the values in the scope of the preparation.
– Do not wear multifocal or varifocal glasses during adjustment or during
the operation of the microscope.
Such glasses make a proper diopter adjustment ring setting impossible
and result in unsatisfactory imaging.
– Optimum image clarity in the eyepieces and at the optical port for docu-
mentation equipment (photo, video) can only be achieved through careful
focusing and precisely adjusting the binocular tube.

Adjusting the binocular tube

Interocular distance • Move the microscope to a vertical position above a flat object, e. g. a writ-
adjustment ten piece of paper.
• Adjust the distance of the eyepieces at the binocular tube to your interoc-
ular distance so that the two eyepiece images (object and edge of visual
field) merge into one.

Adjusting the eyepieces The following procedure must be performed separately for each eyepiece in
the order described.
• Set the microscope to minimum magnification.
• Set the diopter adjustment ring at the eyepiece to zero position.
• Look through the eyepiece and move the microscope body to focus the
image.
• Set the microscope to maximum magnification and adjust the fine focus-
ing system until the image is sharply defined.
• Then reset the microscope to minimum magnification without changing
the working distance.
• Set the diopter adjustment ring at the eyepiece to its maximum value (plus
direction).
• Look through the eyepiece and slowly turn the diopter adjustment ring to
the minus direction until the image is sharply defined.
• Repeat the entire procedure for the second eyepiece.

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 Now, the microscope is adjusted in such a way that the image is sharply
defined over the complete magnification range without any renewed fo-
cusing during the magnification setting.
If this is not the case, repeat the procedure.

Adjusting the eyecups • Adjust the eyecups of the eyepieces in such a way that the entire visual
field can be seen.
– Viewing with eyeglasses: Rotate eyecups in.
– Viewing without eyeglasses: Rotate eyecups out.

Adjusting the working distance and magnification


• Position the microscope above the surgical field so as to ensure conven-
ient work.
• Roughly focus the object by changing the distance between microscope
and object.
• Set the microscope to maximum magnification and adjust the fine focus-
ing system until the image is sharply defined.
• Set the microscope to the required magnification. The focal plane is re-
tained in this process.

Fig. 55: Adjusting the surgical


microscope 1
1. Pupillary distance (PD)
adjustment knob
2. Eyepieces 3
3. Eyecup
4. Diopter setting ring 4

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Relocating the S100 floor stand

CAUTION Risk of crushing and toppling during transportation of the system!


If the following precautions are not observed, the floor stand may topple
over and injure persons!
• Move the floor stand into its transport position.
• To safely move the system, always hold the stand column at the position
marked with a label.

CAUTION Risk of crushing - mind your fingers!


Fingers may be crushed in the areas marked with the "risk of crushing" label.
• Do not touch these areas while the system is being moved or brought in
its working / transport position.
Please observe the following points when relocating the suspension system:
• Turn off the device at the power switch.
• Remove the power plug from the power socket.
• Disconnect the video cable between the video modules (e.g. video moni-
tor, video recorder) and the camera control unit (CCU).
• Adjust the flat screen (optional) to a secure transport position.
• Do not relocate the system by pulling or pushing at the optional flat
screen!
• Avoid any uncontrolled swiveling of the optional flat screen.
• Swing the suspension arm into the transport position.
• Unlock all arrestors of the casters.
• Hold the system by the marked position on the stand column and carefully
push it aside. Make sure that the system is positioned on level ground.
• Press at least two of the arrestors and make sure that the suspension sys-
tem is no longer able to roll away by itself.
The mass may be underestimated as the suspension system can smoothly be
moved. Therefore, move the suspension system slowly and carefully!

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CAUTION Damaging of the suspension system!


It is possible that the suspension system is damaged due to a collision with
other devices, parts may drop down and cause personal injuries.
• Check the device for damage before each operation.
• Move the suspension system carefully and avoid collisions.
If the suspension system nevertheless collides with other devices, you
must have it checked by Carl Zeiss Service.
Transport over long distances
• Should the device be transported over longer distances (e.g., moving, re-
turn for repairs etc.), only use the original packaging or special return
packages. Please contact your dealer or the Carl Zeiss Service department.

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Connections

CAUTION Risk of electric shock due to inadmissible or defective accessories!


Inadmissible or defective accessories may lead to increased leakage current!
• Never touch any power outlets or video ports during patient contact.
• Pay attention to the IEC requirements IEC 60601-1-1:2000 or section 16
of the IEC 60601-1:2005 while configuring your system.
• Also comply with the Medical Device Operator Ordinance or other na-
tional codes.

Connecting the S100 floor stand

NOTE Risk of tripping!


Inappropriate routing of cables increases the risk of tripping.
• Always run cables in a manner that will not impede the user's move-
ments.

• Make sure that the rated voltage indicated in the display window (3) cor-
responds to the rated voltage available on the site of installation.
• Make sure that the device has been turned off with the power switch be-
fore plugging in or unplugging the plugs at the power inlet socket (4).
• Make sure that power switch (1) is OFF.
• Plug the included power cord at the supply unit into the power inlet sock-
et (4).

CAUTION Risk of electric shock


Risk of electric shock for operator and patient if cables and plug connections
loosen and if housing parts are under voltage.
• Only connect the power cord using a socket with proper protective earth
connection.
• Connect the power cord via a socket to the power supply system.
• Secure the power cord using the strain relief device (2).

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• If necessary, connect the potential equalization connector (5) of the sys-


tem with the potential equalization contact at the site of use.

Fig. 56: Connecting the Halogen


S100 support unit

1 3 Xenon

4
5

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Connecting the integrated video camera

CAUTION Video images not for diagnostic purposes!


The visualized images may include deviations in scale, shape and color.
• Do not use video images for diagnostic purposes as the video camera is
not calibrated for these purposes.
Connecting the integrated SD video camera
• Switch off the device before plugging or unplugging the system cable into
the video unit. The camera may be damaged if the cable is plugged/un-
plugged while voltage is still being applied.
• Connect the camera head (1) of the surgical microscope to the camera
control unit (CCU) (3) using the included system cable (2).
• Firmly tighten screws (4) on the connector of the camera head.

Fig. 57: Connecting the SD


video camera 1 2 3 4

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Connecting the integrated HD video camera


• Switch off the device before plugging or unplugging the system cable into
the video unit. The camera may be damaged if the cable is plugged/un-
plugged while voltage is still being applied.
If you have a HD compatible OPMI pico, use a HD compatible monitor being
able to show the resolution of the HD video camera 720P or 1080P.
If you use another monitor, no video image will be shown.
• Slid the dust cover (3) on the system cable (camera side). Make sure that
the thread faces the connector plug on the camera side.
• Connect the camera head (1) of the surgical microscope to the camera
control unit (CCU) (5) using the included system cable (4).
• Screw the dust cover (3) into the thread (2).
Make sure not to screw the dust cover (3) crooked. This may damage the
thread!
• Firmly tighten screws on the camera head connector.

Fig. 58: Connecting the HD


video camera 1 2 3 4 5

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Connecting the video connections


• Connect the required video components using the video cable.
• Check the camera and monitor function. After switching the device on, a
color bar pattern is briefly displayed for checking the color setting, bright-
ness and geometry.
If the color bar pattern is permanently shown, the camera head of the vid-
eo unit is disconnected, unplugged or defective.
Connection possibilities (examples)
1 Video monitor
2 Video unit
3 Video recorder

Fig. 59: Examples - Connec-


tion possibilities 1 1
Y/C (only with integrated SD
video camera) Y/C Y/C
VIDEO IN VIDEO IN

Y/C Y/C
2 Y/C
VIDEO OUT 3 VIDEO IN
VIDEO OUT

Y/C
2 VIDEO OUT

Fig. 60: Examples - Connec-


tion possibilities BNC (FBAS) 1
(only with integrated SD and 1
75 Ohm 75 Ohm
HD video camera) ON FBAS FBAS ON
OFF VIDEO IN
VIDEO IN OFF
3
75 Ohm
2 FBAS FBAS ON FBAS
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO OUT OFF VIDEO IN

2 FBAS
VIDEO OUT

The video signal is scaled down for SD devices at the HD video control unit at
the SD video output (FBAS VIDEO OUT).

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Fig. 61: Connection possibili-


ties (examples) 1 1 1
HDMI (only with integrated
HD video camera) HDMI HDMI DVI
VIDEO IN VIDEO IN VIDEO IN

2 HDMI HDMI HDMI DVI HDMI


3 3
VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT VIDEO IN

2 HDMI 2 HDMI
VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT

Fig. 62: Examples - Connec-


tion possibilities
1
YPbPr (only with integrated 1
HD video camera)
YPbPr YPbPr
VIDEO IN
VIDEO IN

2 YPbPr YPbPr YPbPr


VIDEO OUT 3
VIDEO OUT VIDEO IN

2 YPbPr
VIDEO OUT

If the video signal is to be processed by a DVI frame grabber* on the PC and


this frame grabber has no 1080p capability, the resolution of the video
camera can be reduced to 1080i.
* A frame grabber is an electronic module which can be used to capture
a video signal (in this case a digital DVI signal).

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Connect PC to SD video control unit with digital interface

You can connect a PC to the SD video control unit with digital interface. Please
pay attention to the requirements for a system extension, refer to page 265.
The connecting cable is available as accessories, please refer to accessories.
Adapter and software are not included in our delivery package.
System requirements
 PC with FireWire port
 Processor > 3.2GHz
 2 GB RAM
 Video software

The 6 poles FireWire port (DV cable) is only for data transfer purposes and has
no power supply.
• Connect the PC to the corresponding DV cable using the FireWire inter-
face at the video unit (on the suspension system).

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Fig. 63: PC connection (DV/


USB memory option)

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Attachment of instrument tray and flat screen monitor


bracket to the S100 floor stand

Ergonomic positioning of flat screen monitor bracket and


instrument tray

NOTE Overload of the instrument tray!


When overloaded, the instrument tray may break off or bend, the suspension
system may topple over and accessories may fall down.
• Make sure that the accessory equipment is positioned as securely as pos-
sible on the instrument tray.
• The instrument tray may be loaded with the maximum weight of 13 kg.

In order to ergonomically position flat screen holder (2) and instrument


tray (3), loosen the adapter (1), adjust side and height and screw it tight again:

Instrument tray • Hold the instrument tray with one hand and unscrew the four locking
screws at the adapter (1) with a few turns using the hex key until the
adapter (1) can easily be moved.
• Position instrument tray (3) in the required height (max. 800 mm above
the floor) and uniformly tighten (2.1 Nm) all four locking screws of
adapter (1) using the hex key.
• When attaching adapter (1), make sure the two components of the
adapter (1) are separated by the same distance (4) from top to bottom.

Flat screen holder • Hold the flat screen holder with one hand and unscrew the four locking
screws at the adapter (1) with a few turns using the hex key until the
adapter (1) can easily be moved.
• Position the flat screen holder (2) in the required height (max. 1230 mm
above the floor) and uniformly tighten (2.1 Nm) all four locking screws of
adapter (1) using the hex key.
• When attaching adapter (1), make sure the two components of the
adapter (1) are separated by the same distance (4) from top to bottom.

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Fig. 64: Ergonomic arrange-


ment of flat screen holder and 2
instrument tray
1

1
3 max.
1230 mm

max.
800 mm

1 4

4x

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Mounting the flat screen monitor on the monitor bracket

NOTE Overload of the monitor bracket!


When overloaded, the flat screen monitor bracket may break off or bend or
the suspension system may topple over.
• The monitor bracket may be loaded with the maximum weight of 9 kg.

Mounting the flat screen


Before mounting a flat screen on the flat screen holder, make sure it meets
the following specifications:
– Compliance with VESA standard (Video Electronics Standards Associa-
tion):
– 75 mm x 75 mm hole spacing or
– 100 mm x 100 mm hole spacing
– Maximum total weight of the flat screen: 9 kg
• Press flat screen (3) against the holder so that the holes in the holder (2)
coincide with those provided in the flat screen.
• Firmly tighten screws (1).

Cable routing in the support arm


• Remove screws (4) of cover plate (5) on the underside of the flat screen
holder.
• Remove cover plate (5) and put it aside.
• Place all connecting cables required for the monitor in the cable guide.
Leave sufficient cable loops (6) in order to freely position the monitor with-
out damaging cables or plugs.
• Screw down cover plate (5) again.

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Fig. 65: Mounting the flat


screen monitor on the monitor 1 1 2 3
bracket

1 1

4 5 6

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Routing the cables and making the electrical connections

CAUTION Risk of patient injury caused by electrical voltage!


• Do not touch the power outlet socket or other signal interfaces while in
contact with the patient.

• Route the power and data cables parallel to each other.


• Run the cables through the existing cable holders down to the stand base.
• Make sure that the cable loops (1) are large enough to allow the devices
to be positioned as required without cables or connectors being dam-
aged. This applies in particular to the area of the joints of the flat screen
monitor bracket.
• Route the cables in a bundle along the column down to the stand base.
• Fix the cables to the column of the floor stand using cable ties.
– To ensure optimum performance, we recommend having the electrical in-
stallation performed by Carl Zeiss Service or an in-house electrician.
• Place cable cover (2) over the cables on the column.
• Only connect the power cord to wall outlets which are provided with a
properly connected protective earth conductor.

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Fig. 66: Routing the cables


and making the
electrical connections

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Adjusting the flat screen monitor bracket

After mounting the flat screen holder, you can adjust the friction of its joints
as required. The factory setting of the joints is suitable for a medium load ca-
pacity which meets the requirements of most users. If one joint is set too
heavy-going or too easy-going, it is possible to adjust friction.

Adjusting the tilt function of the monitor bracket


• Check the tilt function of the monitor joint (upward/downward move-
ment).
• Increase or reduce the friction of the joint as required using the tools sup-
plied.

Fig. 67: Adjusting the tilt


function of the monitor
bracket

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Adjusting the swivel function of the flat screen monitor bracket


• Check the swivel movement of the flat screen monitor (movement from
right to left).
• Increase or reduce the friction of the joint as required using the tools sup-
plied.

Fig. 68: Adjusting the swivel


function of the flat screen
monitor bracket

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Adjusting the swivel movement of the flat screen holder


If the flat screen holder does not remain in place in the position required, the
following readjustments can be performed.
• Remove plastic cover (1) at the joint.
• Tighten the adjustment screw (2) clockwise until the required friction is
achieved.
• Reattach plastic cover (1).
• Check if the securing screw (3) is firmly tightened.

Fig. 69: Adjusting the swivel


movement of the flat screen
holder

1
2

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Balance setting of the flat screen monitor bracket


Only perform this adjustment if the monitor bracket does not remain in the
position required and moves downward.
Only perform the balancing procedure with the flat screen monitor attached.
• Move the monitor bracket into its horizontal position and hold it with one
hand.
• Check the bracket's friction adjustment (upward/downward movement).
• Increase or reduce the friction of the monitor bracket as required using the
tools supplied.

Fig. 70: Balancing the


suspension arm

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Preparing the system for sterile use

Attaching asepsis caps

CAUTION Risk of infection caused by contaminated asepsis accessories!


• Only use sterile asepsis accessories suitable for the device!
• Clean, disinfect and sterilize asepsis accessories before each use. This also
applies to the first use after delivery.
• Make sure that the operating staff is briefed about the sterile operation
of the device.
• Before each use of the surgical microscope, check whether the asepsis
caps are firmly attached to the surgical microscope.
The asepsis accessories delivered by Carl Zeiss contain caps and hand grips
that can be sterilized in autoclaves. For detailed information on sterilization,
please refer to the enclosed instructions "Preparation of resterilisable prod-
ucts" for the respective asepsis sets.

Applying drapes

NOTE Covering the ventilation openings poses a risk of overheating!


• Never cover any ventilation openings, e.g. with drapes!
This may cause the light source to overheat and lead to lamp failure.

CAUTION Risk of infection caused by contamination!


• Only use the device with suitable, sterile accessories.

Sterile single-use drapes are available to cover the system.


When draping the system, make sure there is enough slack in the drapes to
allow for movement of the microscope carrier and surgical microscope. It is
especially important that the drapes are completely loose around the hand-
grips. The surgeon must be able to reliably operate the controls through the
drape.

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Operation

Powering the system up and down ............................................... 146

Function test before use ................................................................147

Typical procedure ..........................................................................150

Operating the CCU (integrated SD video camera) ..........................152


Menu structure........................................................................................152
Performing the white balance..................................................................154
Setting brightness....................................................................................155
Displaying the live video image (image) ...................................................156
Menu configuration (config) ....................................................................157
Sub menus for SD video control unit with digital interface.......................168

Image data storage (optional) ....................................................... 178


Operating instructions for image data storage (optional) .........................180
Image overview - Index (option of the image data storage) .....................182

Operating the CCU (integrated HD video camera)..........................185


Menu structure........................................................................................185
Initial start-up with integrated HD video camera......................................188
Accessing the configuration menu (config) ..............................................188
Opening the installation menu (config) ....................................................206
Performing the white balance (white bal) ................................................216
Setting brightness....................................................................................218
Displaying the live video image (image) ...................................................219

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Powering the system up and down

Prerequisites  The correct rated voltage has been set on the suspension system (please
refer to page 124).
 The included power cord (floor stand) is connected (please refer to
page 124).
 The light guide is connected (please refer to page 112).
Proceed as follows to power the system up and down:
• Press the power switch (1) on the suspension system.
Before starting to work with the system, you have to perform a function test
(see next page). This permits you to check the system configuration and user-
specific settings and to reconfigure them, if necessary.
1

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Function test before use

NOTE Failure recognized too late!


• To avoid the occurrence of any defects during surgery, perform a system
test before every surgical procedure (without patient)!

CAUTION Risk of injury caused by failure of a function!


If a function fails, do not use the system for safety reasons.
• Repair the cause of the failure (see "What to do in the event of malfunc-
tions“) or contact Carl Zeiss Service or their authorized partner.

Function test of the surgical microscope


• Before every use, make sure that all components and installed accessories
are securely locked in position. Pay attention to the maximum load capac-
ity.
• Check the unobstructed movement of the surgical microscope:
 All cables and accessories have been mounted such a way that
the surgical microscope can be positioned safely and without causing
damage.
• Check the eyepieces / binocular tube / object lens:
 The surgical microscope and the tube are in an ergonomic position.
 The interocular distance (pupillary distance) has been correctly set
(please refer to page 120).
 The eyecups have been adjusted in such a way that you can see the
full visual field (please refer to page 120).
 Verify that the correct prescription has been set on the diopter scale
(please refer to page 120).
 Image quality is correct throughout the entire magnification range.
 Object lens and eyepieces are clean.
• Check the function of the magnification changer.
• Check the function of the filter selector knob.

Function test of the accessories


• Check the accessories:

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 The securing screws of the video system cable have been firmly tight-
ened.
 The correct function of the other equipment has been checked with
the relevant user manual.

Function test of S100 suspension systems


• Check correct balancing:
 When fully balanced, the surgical microscope should remain stationary
in all positions within the work area and move neither upward nor
downward (see page 118).
 The friction of the suspension arm, the carrier arm and the 120° cou-
pling (if used) has been set as required.
• Make sure that the securing screws have been firmly tightened (see ).
• Check the lamp brightness:
 The lamp brightness can be varied (see page 86). Brightness variation
has an effect on the surgical field illumination.
• Check the unobstructed movement of the system (floor stand only):
 The system has been positioned in such a way that it can be moved
away from the patient at any time.
• Check the stand for secure positioning (floor stand only):
 Press at least two of the locking tabs to prevent the stand from start-
ing to move by itself.
• Check light source halogen / xenon.

WARNING Functional deterioration of the light source


With increasing service life of the light source, the actual light intensity de-
creases (this is a normal system property).
• Make sure before each operation that the provided amount of light is suf-
ficient.
• Have a backup light source (e.g. surgical lamp) available.
In case of a halogen light source:
• Exchange the lamp if necessary.
Check the set brightness after the lamp exchange.
In case of a xenon light source:
• Switch to the backup lamp.
If you already work with the backup lamp, you have to exchange the
lamp module. Check the set brightness after the lamp exchange.

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 Main and backup lamp of the halogen light source are intact.
 Main and backup lamp of the xenon light source are intact.
In case of exceeding the maximum service life of 500h of the main
lamp and in case of an operation of the backup lamp, have a backup
lamp module available as precaution. The order number can be found
in the device data.
 It is possible to switch on or off the halogen or xenon light source by
moving up and down the suspension arm.
The light source is turned on within the preset working area.
The light source is turned off in the upper resting position.

WARNING Precautions in case of device failure


• We recommend you to take adequate precautions, depending on the ap-
plication, to enable the surgical procedure or treatment to be finished
without using this microscope, if required.

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Typical procedure

Starting work

CAUTION Damage to the eye caused by high light intensity!


During surgical procedures in the facial area, no light must enter the patient's
eye.
• Make sure to protect the patient's eye from light radiation.
• During surgical procedures in the facial area, the patients must wear tint-
ed UV protective eyewear (ordering data).

CAUTION Danger of burnings


Patient may be burnt if the microscope is unattended targeted to the patient
with the light source switched on.
• Never let the device unattended with the light source switched on.

 All preparations for use have been completed.


• Check the system for proper function. The process is described in chapter
"Operation - Function test before use".
• Turn on the device with the power switch of the suspension system.
• Select the filter suitable for your application in the illumination beam path.
• Adjust the brightness on the suspension system. Start with the lowest
brightness and slowly increase it to the required but not more than the al-
lowed brightness.
• When focusing, make sure to carefully lower the surgical microscope and
observe the working distance from the patient. The working distance ap-
proximately corresponds to the focal length of the object lens used.
• For focusing, move the surgical microscope over the surgical field into an
ergonomic position within the working distance.
• Select the magnification required using the changer button.
• Look through the eyepieces and lower the surgical microscope until the
surgical field comes into focus. This is to achieve focusing. Ensure a suffi-
cient safety distance to the patient.
• Look through the eyepieces of the binocular tube. Adjust the eyepieces in
such a way that you can see both the edge of the visual field and the mi-
croscope image sharply. Also refer to "Adjusting the surgical microscope".

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Ending work

NOTE Risk of injury caused by suspended systems!


Parts of the suspension system are positioned at head level and pose a risk
of injury.
• Move the system into the standby position after use and make sure that
sufficient headroom is available.
• Move the suspension arm into its upper rest position.
• Switch off the system when not in use.

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Operating the CCU (integrated SD video camera)

Menu structure

Test image
A color bar pattern is displayed if the camera head is not connected when you
switch on the system.
• Switch off the system again, connect the camera head and switch the sys-
tem back on.

Navigation using the control keys

select cursor keys


The control keys permit you to switch between the lines. The selected line
is marked by an arrow in front of it.
The control keys permit you to set the value required (+ / -).

enter key
Press this key to activate a selected submenu or an image in the thumbnail
index.
Confirm the selection of a menu option.

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Fig. 71: Menu overview

* Only available in connection with the SD video control unit with digital in-
terface (MediLive Video Control Unit Digital).

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Performing the white balance

During the white balancing procedure, the system adjusts the video signal in
such a way that white areas in the surgical field are also white on the video
image.
• Press the <start> key to activate the white balance procedure.
 The following message is displayed:
"Please put a piece of white paper under the microscope"
• Place a suitable white object (e. g. a piece of white paper with a matte sur-
face) under the surgical microscope.
start
• Carry out the white balance procedure using a medium brightness level.
• Press the <start> key to start the white balance procedure.
During the white balance procedure (display: "White Balance in Progress")
the key functions are locked.
If the white balance procedure is successfully completed, the following will be
displayed: "White Balance OK". Otherwise, the following message is displayed
on the monitor: "White Balance Failed" Check the settings described above
and repeat the white balance procedure.
 After the white balance procedure is completed, all keys are enabled
again. The determined values are stored and are available after every re-
start.
In case of the halogen light source the video image will be adapted to the
image in the surgical microscope (yellowness).

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Setting brightness

Under brightness you can set the brightness of the video image between 0%
and 100% using the , buttons. The selected value is displayed at the
top left on the monitor.
The selected time disappears on the monitor if
or control key is not pressed for more than 5 seconds.

You can chose between two different modes in the configuration menu in the
brightness menu (page 160). Automatic - Manual.

Automatic In automatic mode, the camera automatically sets the brightness of the video
image to the value indicated on the brightness - , buttons. Exposure
control affects the exposure time of the camera.
In automatic mode, the target brightness is preset, the camera regulates ex-
posure time in a range between 1/50(60)s to 1/10000s around this target
value. The exposure time currently selected is not displayed on the monitor.
The target value can be set between 0 to 100%. Changes are made in 1% in-
crements.

Manual In the manual mode, the selected exposure time is displayed in percent (%) by
pressing the control keys. The setting range extends from 0% to 100%.
Changes are made in 1% increments.
The selected exposure time disappears again from the monitor if the key has
not been pressed for more than 5 seconds.
Brightness control notes
– In case of too less light, brightness control reaches its limits. The video im-
age is too dark. Increase the brightness of the surgical field illumination to
have sufficient light available.
– White balance will not be changed by setting the brightness of the video
image. Dark image areas, however, generally appear in paler colors.

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Displaying the live video image (image)

The <freeze> key allows you to freeze the current live video image and to dis-
play it as a full-screen freeze frame on the video monitor. At the same time,
the text "freeze" is displayed in the left upper corner.
When you press the <live> key, the current live video image is displayed again
on the monitor. The text "freeze" disappears.

In case the current live video image is displayed and the foot switch connected
to the "Remote" port is pressed, the live video image will be frozen and dis-
played as full-screen freeze frame on the monitor. This corresponds to the
"freeze" function. If you press the foot switch connected to the "Remote" port
while the freeze frame is being displayed, the live video image appears again
on the monitor. This corresponds to the "live" function.
You can configure the foot switch with the option "MediLive Video Control
Unit Digital" (page 170).

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Menu configuration (config)

Configuration menus can only be configured on the monitor. Connect a mon-


itor to the video signal port for this purpose.

video You can set several modes for some functions in the sub menu by using the
the configuration menus. The user program is set to default values on delivery.
You can access the configuration menu by pressing the <config> key.
After pressing the <config> key, the video settings are displayed on the mon-
itor:
config Functions Sub menu
 User: User 1 -5
Brightness Mode: Automatic - Manual
Lightmeter: Small Spot - Large Spot - Integral
Chroma: 0% -100%
Image Orientation: Standard - Flip - Mirror - Rotate
Factory Setting:
*Remote Control: Sound on/off - Freeze/Store
*Record Mode: Moving/Still - File Format
*Delete Mode: Confirm Deletion -
No Confirmation - Delete all
*Storage Space: 0
*Date and Time: yyyy-mm-dd/hh:min
*File Name:
Exit

: Change selected item


: Select item

The menus marked with * are only available for the SD video control unit with
digital interface.

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You can exit the configuration menu using the menu item "Exit" or by pressing
the <config> or <live> key.
• Use the control keys to select a function.
 The selected function is displayed with an arrow.
• Use the control keys to change the settings.
If you need more information on a menu item, you can open the corre-
sponding sub menu by pressing the <enter> key. This sub menu provides
additional information on the setting options. The current setting is high-
lighted as the initial setting in this sub menu.
• You can exit the configuration menu by selecting menu item "Exit" or by
pressing the <config> or <live> key. After changes have been made, a
prompt as to adapt the settings is displayed before exiting the configura-
tion menus. Answer this with "YES" or "NO". The settings are individually
saved for each user.

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User sub menu


It is possible to select four different user profiles in the sub menu "User":
USER 1, USER 2, USER 3, USER 4, User 5.
White balance is not user-specific.

• Proceed as follows to select a user and load and activate the respective
configuration:
• Press the <config> key to access the configuration menu.
• In the configuration menu, select the menu item "User" with the control
keys and press the <enter> key.
The following menu appears:
User Settings
 User 1
User 2
User 3
User 4
User 5
Cancel

: Select item
Enter: Load User Settings

• Select the desired user with the control keys.


 The selected user is displayed with an arrow.
• Press the <enter> key to temporarily save the user settings.
 The device switches back to the configuration menu. The user settings
are finally saved after you exit the configuration menu. If changes have
been made, a prompt is displayed for each user as to whether the set-
tings should be saved. Answer this prompt with "YES" or "NO".
• If you don't want to save the changes, you can go back to the configura-
tion menu via the menu item "Cancel changes". The mode is set as it was
when the sub menu was accessed.

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Brightness sub menu


You can select the mode "Automatic" or "Manual" in the configuration menu
"Brightness".

Automatic In automatic mode, the camera automatically sets the brightness of the video
image to the value indicated on the brightness - , - keys. Exposure con-
trol affects the exposure time of the camera.
In automatic mode, the target brightness is preset, the camera regulates ex-
posure time in a range between 1/50(60)s to 1/10000s around this target
value. The exposure time currently selected is not displayed on the monitor.
The target value can be set between 0 to 100%. Changes are made in 1% in-
crements.

Manual In the manual mode, the selected exposure time is displayed in percent (%) by
pressing the control keys. The setting range extends from 0% to 100%.
Changes are made in 1% increments.
The selected exposure time disappears again from the monitor if the key has
not been pressed for more than 5 seconds. The values marked with * are only
example values.

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Proceed as follows to select an exposure control and to load the respective


configuration:
• Press the <config> key to access the configuration menu.
• In the configuration menu, select the menu item "Brightness" with the
control keys and press the <enter> key.
The following menu appears:

Brightness Mode
 Automatic mode 50%*
Manual mode 30 %*
Cancel changes

Set point for automatic brightness control


: Adjust brightness
: Select item
Enter: Return

• Select the desired mode with the control keys.


 The selected choice is displayed with an arrow.
 The selected mode is explained at the lower end of the display.
• The control keys allow you to change the settings.
• Press the <enter> key to save the changes.
 The selection is saved and you return to the configuration menu.
• If you don't want to save the changes, you can go back to the configura-
tion menu via the menu item "Cancel changes". The mode is set as it was
when the sub menu was accessed.

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Lightmeter sub menu


The Lightmeter function is only enabled if Brightness has been set to the "Au-
tomatic" mode.
You can select three different exposure measurements of the video camera in
the sub menu "Lightmeter". Integral, small, or large.

Intergral: The exposure is measured and averaged across the full video image. This
measurement is recommended for surgical fields that are fully and evenly lit.

large: The exposure is measured in an area in the image center. This measurement
is ideal for working with an eclipsed surgical field edge (resulting from a re-
duced illuminated field diameter).

small: The exposure is measured in a very small area in the image center. This meas-
urement is suitable for work in narrow channels when an extremely small illu-
minated field diameter is being used.
However, if the object of interest is not located in the image center, the small
setting usually does not provide the desired exposure result. In this case, select
either a larger area (integral or large) or use the manual exposure mode.

Fig. 72: Sub menu lightmeter

Integral large small

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Proceed as follows to select a exposure measurement type and to load the re-
spective configuration:
• Press the <config> key to access the configuration menu.
• In the configuration menu, select the menu item "Lightmeter" with the
control keys and press the <enter> key.
 The following menu appears

Lightmeter Mode
 Small Spot
Large Spot
Integral
Cancel changes

Select brightness metering field for Automatic mode


: Select item
Enter: Return

• Select the desired mode with the control keys.


 The selected choice is displayed with an arrow.
 The selected mode is explained at the lower end of the display.
• Press the <enter> key to save the changes.
 The selection is saved and you return to the configuration menu.
• If you don't want to save the changes, you can go back to the configura-
tion menu via the menu item "Cancel changes". The exposure type is set
as it was when the sub menu was accessed.

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CHROMA sub menu


You can set the overall color effect of the camera in the sub menu "Chroma".
Here, you can set the color intensification between 0% and 100%. The se-
lected value is displayed in the left upper corner of the monitor.
Proceed as follows in order to perform the changes:
• Press the <config> key to access the configuration menu.
• In the configuration menu, select the menu item "Lightmeter" with the
control keys and press the <enter> key.
The following menu appears

Chroma Adjust
 60 % Intensity
Cancel

: Adjust color intensity


: Select item
Enter: Return

• Select the desired mode with the control keys.


 The selected choice is displayed with an arrow.
• Change the color saturation using the control keys.
A chroma setting in the range of ± 0 generally provides the best color ef-
fect. The chroma setting is most effective for highly saturated (bright)
colors. The effect is small with low-saturation colors.
• Press the <enter> key to save the changes.
 The selection is saved and you go back to the configuration menu.
If you don't want to save the changes, you can go back to the configuration
menu via the menu item "Cancel". The color saturation is set as it was when
the sub menu was accessed.

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Image Orientation sub menu


You can set the monitor orientation in the sub menu "Image Orientation".
Proceed as follows to do this:
• Press the <config> key to access the configuration menu.
• In the configuration menu, select the menu item "Image Orientation" with
the control keys and press the <enter> key.
The following menu appears:

Image Orientation
 Standard Standard
Flip Reflect image horizontally*
Mirror Reflect image vertically*
Rotate Rotate the image by 180°
Cancel changes

Select image orientation for video monitor


: Select item
Enter: Return

The text passages marked with * are used for information purposes only
and do not appear on the screen.
• Select the desired mode with the control keys.
 The selected choice is displayed with an arrow.
• Press the <enter> key to save the changes.
 The selection is saved and you return to the configuration menu.
• If you don't want to save the changes, you can go back to the configura-
tion menu via the menu item "Cancel changes". The monitor orientation
is set as it was when the sub menu was accessed.

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Factory setting
After the selection of this function, all settings of the selected user can be
reset to the factory settings.
• Press the "config" key to access the configuration menu.
• In the configuration menu, select the line "Factory settings" with the
control keys.
• After the selection of the line "Copy Factory Settings to User X" and by
pressing the <enter> key "Loading Factory settings please wait" will be
displayed.
 All settings of the selected user are now reset to the factory settings.
 You go back to the configuration menu after approx. 5 seconds or by
pressing any key.

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Sub menus for SD video control unit with digital interface

Remote Control sub menu


The sub menu "Remote Control" is only available with a SD video control unit
with digital interface.
Here, you can switch the acoustic signal on and off and select the operation
mode of the remote switch on the Remote input.
Hand grip buttons, buttons on a foot control panel or a separate foot switch
can be used as remote control switch.

Remote Sound Sound On : Sound Off


 The default setting on delivery is "Sound On". A short signal sound ac-
knowledges actuating of the remote contact (short cut input).
 If "Sound Off" is set, only a short signal sound can be heard during the
boot procedure.

Store Method – 1. Freeze / 2. Store


– Instant Storage
Setting "1. Freeze / 2. Store":
– The live video image is frozen with the first pressing of the remote
switch and it is displayed as full-screen freeze frame on the monitor
(same function as the <freeze> key.
– You can save the frozen image with a second, longer pressing (> 1 sec-
ond) of the remote switch and go back to the live image mode (same
function as the <store> key, or:
– You can cancel the frozen image with a second, shorter pressing (< 1
second) of the remote switch and go back to the live image mode
(same function as the <live> key.
"Instant Storage" setting:
The video image is frozen for approx. 2s to permit assessment. At the same
time, saving to the USB stick is started.

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• Press the <config> key to access the configuration menu.


• In the configuration menu, select the menu item "Remote Control" with
the control keys and press the <enter> key.
 The following menu appears:

Remote Control
 Remote Sound Sound on
Store Method Freeze/Store

Acoustical feedback when foot switch will be activated


Cancel
: Change selected item
: Select item

• Select the desired mode with the control keys.


 The selected choice is displayed with an arrow.
• You can change the settings with the control keys.
• Press the <enter> key to save the changes.
 The selection is saved and you return to the configuration menu.
• If you don't want to save the changes, you can go back to the configura-
tion menu via the menu item "Cancel".

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Record Mode sub menu


The sub menu "Record Mode" is only available with a SD video control unit
with digital interface.
Here, you can select the format and the quality to be used by the system for
the storage of the video images. There are two possibilities:

JPEG / TIFF Files You can save video images in the JPEG format or in the TIFF format. You need
more storage capacity in the TIFF format than in the JPEG format.
The default setting on delivery is storage in the JPEG format only.

Still / Moving Subject Do you want the system to store both fields of a video image or to store only
one field? Two modes are available.
Still Subject (High Res): In this mode, the system stores both fields of the video
signal for each video image. This mode provides the maximum resolution with
still images.
The default setting on delivery is "Still Subject (High Res)".
Moving Subject (Low Res): In this mode, the system stores only one field of
the video signal for each video image. The system writes the individual lines
twice below each other, thus replacing the missing field. This mode provides
the maximum resolution with moving images (compensates for the blur
caused by movement).
Even with freeze images, the system only records one field of the video signal,
computes the second field by doubling the lines and displays it on the video
monitor. The same applies to the storage process.

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• Press the <config> key to access the configuration menu.


• In the configuration menu, select the menu item "Record Mode" with the
control keys and press the <enter> key.
 The following menu appears:

Record Mode
 Moving/Still Still (High Res)
File Format JPEG
Cancel

valid for all users


Select when object do not move during the photo
: Change selected item
: Select item
Enter: Execute

• Select the desired mode with the control keys.


 The selected choice is displayed with an arrow.
• The control keys allow you to change the settings.
• Press the <enter> key to save the changes.
 The selection is saved and you return to the configuration menu.
• If you don't want to save the changes, you can go back to the configura-
tion menu via the menu item "Cancel".

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Delete Mode sub menu


The sub menu "Delete Mode" is only available with a SD video control unit
with digital interface.
Would you like to explicitly confirm the command "Delete" when you delete
video images or do you prefer deletion without confirmation?
There are three setting possibilities:

Confirm Delete Deletion only after acknowledgment


In this setting, you will be asked to confirm deletion with the message "Press
Enter to Confirm" after pressing the <delete> key.
"Deletion after confirmation only" has been set as default on delivery.

No Confirmation Immediate deletion, without acknowledgment


In this setting, the MediLive ImageBox immediately deletes the video image
out of the cache after pressing the <delete> key.

Delete all In this mode, the system deletes all memory contents of the USB stick.
 After pressing the <enter> key, the system asks "Do you really want to de-
lete the memory?".
 This inquiry can be answered with "Yes" or "No".
 If the answer is "Yes", the message "Memory will be erased now" ap-
pears during the deletion procedure.
If the answer is "No", the message "Delete process abort" appears for approx.
2 seconds.

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• Press the <config> key to access the configuration menu.


• In the configuration menu, select the menu item "Delete Mode" with the
control keys and press the <enter> key.
 The following menu appears:

Delete mode
 Confirm Delete
No Confirmation
Delete all
Cancel

valid for all users


: Change selected item
: Select item
Enter: Execute

• Select the desired mode with the control keys.


 The selected choice is displayed with an arrow.
• Press the <enter> key to save the changes.
 The selection is saved and you return to the configuration menu.
 If you don't want to save the changes, you can go back to the config-
uration menu via the menu item "Cancel".

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Storage Space sub menu


The sub menu "Storage Space" is only available with a SD video control unit
with digital interface.
It will be displayed how many images can still be stored on the USB stick.
• Press the <config> key to access the configuration menu.
• In the configuration menu, select the menu item "Storage Space" with the
control keys and press the <enter> key.
Storage space
Available Memory for 0 Images
 Exit

Enter: Execute

 You cannot enter any data in this mode.


 You can exit the menu with the <enter> key.

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Date and Time sub menu


The sub menu "Date and Time" is only available with a SD video control unit
with digital interface.
The current date and the time will be displayed in the format yyyy-mm-dd_hh-
mi-ss in large digits on the video monitor.
(yyyy = per year, mm = per month, dd = per day, hh = hours, mi = minutes,
ss = seconds)
The time continues to run even if the device is turned off.
• Press the <config> key to access the configuration menu.
• In the configuration menu, select the menu item "Date and Time" with the
control keys and press the <enter> key.
The following menu appears:

• Select the character to be set with the control keys .


• Change each character value with the control keys .
 The cursor keys are in repeat mode for this setting.
 You can exit this menu item with the <Enter> key and the current date
and time settings are saved.

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File Name sub menu


The sub menu "File Name" is only available with a SD video control unit with
digital interface.
• To extend the file name behind date and time, enter a freely selected
name comprising up to 14 characters (no special characters, e.g. +, no
space).
 The file name extension is separated from the remaining name (date/
time) by an underscore.
 In the index mode (graphic index) the extension is shown below the
file name (date/time).
Enter file name:
• Use the virtual keypad on the video monitor to enter the file name.
You can enter all letters of the alphabet, numbers from 0 to 9, _, +, -, and
space.
The virtual keypad has a shift key for upper case/lower case letters, a de-
lete key and an OK key.
• Before entering the file name, check the function and setting of the date
and time function.
• Before pressing the OK key, check that the file name is correct and unam-
biguous.
• Always enter a new file name for a new patient.

Fig. 73: Enter file name


File Name

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0

q w a r t z u i s p

a s d f b p j k l +

y x c v b c m - _

OK Space Delete

The word "File Name" stands for the expected entry. The entered name is dis-
played in the input field under "File Name". The entered name is always sep-
arated by the " " character. If the maximum number of characters is
reached, the " " character will no more be displayed.

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Use the cursor keys to select the characters. Each marked character is trans-
ferred one after another into the "File Name" entry field by pressing the
<enter> key.
The cursor keys have a repeat function. When the character at the top of a
column is reached, the cursor jumps to the character at the bottom of the
same column. The same applies to the character at the bottom and to the
right and left ends of a line.
• You can switch between upper case and lower case letters with the
" "key.
– Text is then written in upper case or lower case letters until you switch
over again.
– In case of a system restart, the upper case mode is automatically set.
• Always delete the last character of the entered file name with the <De-
lete> key of the virtual keypad.
• Go to the configuration menu with the <OK> key.
 The entered file name is stored temporarily in this case.
It will be saved when you exit the configuration main menu, after an
appropriate inquiry. The file name is retained when you switch off the
system.
 When you switch on the system, it starts with the file name saved last.
You can either save or delete the name.
 Instead of a video image, the monitor displays the question:
– FileName: "Current Filename"“
– Preserve file name
– Delete filename

Preserve file name The current file name is retained, the system goes to the live mode.

Delete file name The name is deleted, the system goes to the live mode. If no filename is saved,
this inquiry menu will not be displayed.
You can always define again a new file name under "File Name" in the con-
figuration menu.
• Chose the corresponding answer with the cursor.
• Press the <enter> key to save and execute your selection.

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Image data storage (optional)

Index key(1)
You can go to the graphic table of contents with the <Index> key.
Saved images are displayed as graphic table of contents in the form of 12 dis-
tortion-free miniature images (thumbnails) per screen page.
Image name and, if available, expanded file name (please refer to the config-
uration menu: File Name) will be displayed below the image.
The thumbnails are arranged in the order of their generation. The most recent
thumbnail is shown at the bottom on the right. If fewer than 12 thumbnails
are available for a page, the other image positions will not be used.

Selecting thumbnails
• Use the control keys to select a thumbnail.
 A blue frame marks each selected image.
• In case a thumbnail is selected, press the <enter> key.
 The selected thumbnail is then displayed in the form of a full frame on
the video monitor.
• Select further images with the control keys .
 When you have reached the first or last image, the note "Last Image"
is displayed.
 You can go to the graphic table of contents by pressing the <enter>
key again.
 You can exit the graphic table of contents and change to the live im-
age mode by pressing the <live> key.
 If no images are available, the following error message appears: "No
Images - Check USB Stick".

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delete key (2)


You can delete a selected image (blue frame) in the graphic index by pressing
the delete key. For the delete settings please refer to page 172.

store key (3)


The video image currently displayed can be stored on the USB stick by
pressing the store key. For the store settings please refer to .

Foot switch (4)


The currently displayed video image can be alternatively stored on a USB stick
via the connected foot switch (4).

Fig. 74: Image data storage -


1 2 3
Index

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Operating instructions for image data storage (optional)

• Do not use the USB stick as an archiving medium.


• Arrange for patient and image data to be backed up on a regular basis.
 Time to recognize the USB stick after insertion strongly increases for
many images.
• Make sure that the read or write process is completed before removing
the USB stick.
 The message "Images stored" is displayed after completion of the stor-
age process.

General information on the storage of image data


– Both USB sockets are equivalent, but you can only use one USB stick at a
time.
– Images are stored on the USB stick in the directory \ZEISS, raw images un-
der \ZEISS\RAW. If images are deleted in the directory \ZEISS\RAW, they
will no more be displayed in the index menu but it is possible that they can
be found in the directory \ZEISS as jpg or tif.
– If images are deleted in the directory \ZEISS (e.g. after archiving by the us-
er), the DV-USB deletes unnecessary data in the directory \ZEISS\RAW dur-
ing the USB stick insertion. Images can also no more be displayed.

Examples of jpg image directories on the computer


\ZEISS\2007-10-10_17-25-20.jpg
or
\ZEISS\Nameuser_2007-10-10_17-25-20.jpg
Examples of raw image directories on the computer
\ZEISS\RAW\2007-10-10_17-25-20.thn
\ZEISS\RAW\2007-10-10_17-25-20.yuv
or
\ZEISS\RAW\Nameuser_2007-10-10_17-25-20.thn
\ZEISS\RAW\Nameuser_2007-10-10_17-25-20.yuv

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USB messages

Cause of defect Message and acoustic signal


No USB memory stick inserted No USB Memory available
USB stick is full Not enough memory available
USB stick inserted Write protection activated
USB stick inserted USB Memory detected
Capacity for xxx images
USB stick defective USB Memory defect
Please remove the stick

Further information to these messages can be found in chapter "Trouble-


shooting" (please refer to page 231).

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Image overview - Index (option of the image data storage)

• Do not use the USB stick as an archiving medium.


• Let patient and image data regularly be saved.

Select and view images


• You can open the image overview (thumbnails) by pressing the <Index>
key. The currently recorded image (4) will be displayed with a blue frame.
Please also refer to page 178.
• You can close the image overview by pressing the <live> key.
• You can select an image with the control / keys.
• The image is displayed as full-screen image by pressing the <enter> key.
• You can browse in the image overview or in the full-screen mode the im-
ages with the control keys or the foot switch.
• Briefly pressing the foot switch - image selection forwards
• Longer pressing the foot switch - image selection backwards (changes
when loosening).
• You can go back to the image overview by pressing the <enter> key in the
full-screen mode.

Delete images
• Select an image in the image overview by pressing the <delete> key.
– The image is immediately deleted or
– you have to confirm deletion with the <enter> key (please refer to De-
lete Mode page 172).

Rename images
Please refer to page 176.

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Fig. 75: Image data storage


1

Date
2007/07/25
15:37:56 Time
Patient 123

File Name

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Operating the CCU (integrated HD video camera)

Menu structure

Test image
If the camera head is disconnected when the system is operating, a color bar
is automatically displayed on the monitor. The following message is displayed
on the monitor: "CAMERA HEAD NOT CONNECTED". An active menu is im-
mediately closed when the camera head is unplugged. Changes made re-
cently are lost in the process. All keys, except for the Power button <on>, are
disabled. If the camera head is reconnected, the color bar and the error mes-
sage automatically disappear and the camera is ready for use again.
If a camera head that does not match is connected, a color bar and the fol-
lowing message are displayed on the monitor: "VERSION OF THE CAMERA
HEAD DOES NOT MATCH - THIS MAY CAUSE COLOR VARIATIONS OR
REDUCE FUNCTIONALITY - ENTER OK".
If an uncalibrated camera head is connected, the following message are dis-
played on the monitor: "MISSING OR CORRUPT COLOR CALIBRATION.
THIS MAY CAUSE COLOR VARIATIONS OR REDUCE PICTURE
QUALITY".
All keys, except for the Power on button, are disabled. If a matching camera
head is reconnected, the color bar and the error message automatically dis-
appear and the camera is ready for use again.

Menu display
– The menu text is displayed on the monitor in light green.
A light green arrow is displayed in front of a selected line.

Navigation using the control keys


Control keys <select> (cursor key)
– The control keys allow you to switch between the lines. The selected
line is displayed in green.
– The control keys allow you to change the settings.
<Enter> key
Use this key to access the corresponding submenu. The current setting, which
is displayed in green, is selected in this submenu. Text information is displayed
in the various submenus.

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Fig. 76: Menu structure


Configuration menu

* In case the "OPHTHALMOLOGY" application is used, the menu item


"FUNDUS SYSTEM" is also displayed here.

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Fig. 77: Menu structure


Installation menu

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Initial start-up with integrated HD video camera

During the initial start of the surgical microscope with integrated HD video
camera, the sub menu "APPLICATION VARIANT" will be displayed for the first
time (please refer to page 214).
The application is set in this menu.
Carl Zeiss Service adjusts this setting for you during initial start-up. You can
readjust this setting in the "INSTALLATION MENU". see “Opening the instal-
lation menu (config)” on page 206.

Accessing the configuration menu (config)

The configuration menu allows you to make user-specific settings, such as se-
lecting a user or setting the brightness / color saturation.
• Press the <config> key to access the configuration menu.
 The following message is shown on the display:

USER MENU STANDARD

 USER User 1 - 4
BRIGHTNESS AUTOMATIC - LOW AUTO -
MANUAL
LIGHTMETER SMALL SPOT - LARGE SPOT -
INTEGRAL
ORIENTATION STANDARD - MIRROR - FLIP -
ROTATE
ADVANCED ...
SERVICE MENU ...

EXIT

• Use the control keys to select a function.


 The selected function is displayed with an arrow.
• Use the control keys to change the settings.
If you need more information on a menu item, you can open the corre-
sponding sub menu by pressing the <enter> key. This sub menu provides
additional information on the setting options. The current setting is high-
lighted as the initial setting in this sub menu.

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• You can exit the configuration menu by selecting menu item "Exit" or by
pressing the <config> or <live> key. If changes have been made, a prompt
is displayed for each user on exit from the configuration menu as to
whether the settings should be saved. Answer this prompt with "YES" or
"NO".
An existing "freeze" condition is deleted in case of an activation of the
configuration menu.

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User submenu
You can select among four different user profiles in the "USER SELECTION"
submenu: USER 1, USER 2, USER 3, USER 4
The user names and their configurations depend on the selected application.
The application is freely selectable on the first startup of the system, and can
subsequently be changed at any time in the installation menu.
– The "OPHTHALMOLOGY" application features user "POSTERIOR" instead
of USER 1 and user "ANTERIOR" instead of USER 2.
– Instead of USER 1, the "DENTRISTRY" application has user
"ENDODONTY" and user "TREATMENT" instead of USER 2.
– The Anterior, Posterior, Endodonty and Treatment user have optimized
settings.
– The video image is displayed in its unaltered condition (standard) for the
Anterior user.
– The video image is rotated 180°(ROTATE) for the Posterior user.
– The video image is displayed in its unaltered condition (standard) for the
Endodonty user.
– The video image is displayed in its unaltered condition (standard) for the
Treatment user.
The white balance procedure is user-specific. This allows User 1, for example,
to save a different white balance than User 2. If the user is changed, the white
balance values are loaded for the new user. If the light source selection is not
changed at the same time, discoloration will occur. Therefore perform the
white balance procedure for each envisaged user using the light source to be
used for the respective user.

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Proceed as follows to select a user and load and activate the relevant config-
uration:
• Press the "config" key to access the configuration menu.
• In the configuration menu, use the control keys to select menu item
"USER" and press the "enter" key.
 The following menu appears:

USER SELECTION

 USER 1
USER 2
USER 3
USER 4

CANCEL

LOAD USER 1 SETTINGS

• Use control keys to select the required user.


 The selected user is displayed with an arrow.
• Press the "enter" key to temporarily save the user settings.
 The system returns to the configuration menu. Final saving does not
occur until you have exited the configuration menu. If any changes
have been made, an inquiry is displayed for each user on exit from the
configuration menu as to whether the settings should be saved. An-
swer this inquiry with "YES" or "NO".
• If you do not want to save any changes, press
– the "cancel" key to return to the configuration menu.
– the "config" or "live" key to return to the live image mode.

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Brightness sub menu


In the "BRIGHTNESS" sub menu, you can select between three different expo-
sure controls: AUTOMATIC - LOW LIGHT AUTO - MANUAL

AUTOMATIC In this mode, the camera automatically controls the brightness of the video
image to maintain the value selected using the , <brightness> keys. Ex-
posure control affects the exposure time of the camera.
The nominal brightness is set in the AUTOMATIC mode. The camera controls
the exposure time in the range between 1/50(60)s and 1/10000s. The expo-
sure time currently selected is not displayed on the monitor. The nominal
brightness can be adjusted between 0 and 100%. Changes are made in 5%
increments.
A nominal value in the range between 50% and 70% usually provides op-
timum exposure results.

LOW AUTO This mode has the same function as AUTOMATIC mode, however, exposure
times longer than 1/50(60)s are allowed, which can result in blurred move-
ments.

MANUAL In this mode, the selected exposure time is displayed by pressing the con-
trol keys. The setting range extends from 1/6 to 1/10000.
– Increments for PAL: 1/10000, 1/4000, 1/2000, 1/1000, 1/500, 1/250, 1/
100, 1/50, 1/25, 1/12 and 1/6
– Increments for NTSC: 1/10000, 1/4000, 1/2000, 1/1000, 1/500, 1/250, 1/
120, 1/60, 1/30, 1/15 and 1/8
Large exposure times may result in blurred movements.
The selected exposure time disappears again from the monitor if the <bright-
ness> key or has not been pressed for more than 2 seconds.

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Proceed as follows to select a light control and to load the respective config-
uration:
• Press the <config> key to access the configuration menu.
• Select the menu item "BRIGHTNESS" in the configuration menu using the
control keys and press the <enter> key.
 The following menu appears:

BRIGHTNESS MODE

 AUTOMATIC 80%*
LOW LIGHT AUTO 80%*
MANUAL 1/16*

CANCEL

SET POINT FOR AUTOMATIC BRIGHTNESS REGULATION

The values marked with * are only examples.


• Select the desired mode with the control keys.
 The selected choice is displayed with an arrow.
 The selected mode is explained at the lower end of the display.
• The control keys allow you to change the settings.
• Press the <enter> key to save the changes.
 The selection is saved and you return to the configuration menu.
• If you do not want to save your changes, return to the configuration menu
via the "CANCEL" menu item. The mode is set as it was when the sub
menu was accessed.

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Lightmeter sub menu


In the "LIGHTMETER" sub menu, you can select between three different types
of exposure measurements: INTEGRAL, SMALL SPOT or LARGE SPOT.
The Lightmeter function is only enabled if Brightness is set to the AUTO-
MATIC" or "LOW LIGHT AUTO" mode.

INTEGRAL: The exposure is measured and averaged across the full video image. This
measurement is recommended for surgical fields that are fully and evenly lit.

LARGE SPOT: The exposure is measured in an area in the image center. This measurement
is ideal for working with an eclipsed surgical field edge (resulting from a re-
duced illuminated field diameter).

SMALL SPOT: The exposure is measured in a very small area in the image center. This meas-
urement is suitable for work in narrow channels when an extremely small illu-
minated field diameter is being used.
However, if the object of interest is not located in the image center, the
SMALL SPOT setting usually does not provide the desired exposure result. In
this case, select either a larger area (INTEGRAL or LARGE SPOT) or use the
manual exposure mode.

Fig. 78: Types of


exposure measurement

INTEGRAL LARGE SPOT SMALL SPOT

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Proceed as follows to select a exposure measurement type and to load the re-
spective configuration:
• Press the <config> key to access the configuration menu.
• Select the menu item "LIGHTMETER" in the configuration menu using the
control keys and press the <enter> key.
 The following menu appears:

LIGHTMETER

 SMALL SPOT
LARGE SPOT
INTEGRAL

CANCEL

USE ENTIRE SCENE AVERAGE FOR BRIGHTNESS METERING

• Select the desired mode with the control keys.


 The selected choice is displayed with an arrow.
 The selected mode is explained at the lower end of the display.
• Press the <enter> key to save the changes.
 The selection is saved and you return to the configuration menu.
• If you do not want to save your changes, return to the configuration menu
via the "CANCEL" menu item. The exposure type is set as it was when the
sub menu was accessed.

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Orientation submenu
The "ORIENTATION" submenu allows setting the screen orientation. To do
this, proceed as follows:
• Press the "config" key to access the configuration menu.
• In the configuration menu, use the control keys to select menu item
"ORIENTATION" and press the "enter" key.
 The following menu appears:

ORIENTATION

 STANDARD Standard
MIRROR Mirror the image vertically*
FLIP Mirror the image horizontally*
ROTATE Turn the image through 180°*

CANCEL

STANDARD VIEW - NO ROTATION

The comments marked with * are only provided for information purposes
and do not appear on the monitor.
• Use the control keys to select the required mode.
 The selection is displayed with an arrow.
• Press the "enter" key to save the changes.
 The selection is saved and you return to the configuration menu.
• If you do not want to save any changes, select menu item "CANCEL" to
return to the configuration menu. As a result, the image orientation on the
screen will be reset to the setting present when the submenu was opened.

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Advanced submenu
In the "ADVANCED" submenu, you can set the settings that are seldom used.
To change the settings, proceed as follows:
• Press the "config" key to access the configuration menu.
• Select menu item "ADVANCED" in the configuration menu using the
control keys and press the "enter" key.
 The following menu appears:

USER MENU ADVANCED

 RED ±0
BLUE ±0
CHROMA ±0
COLOR ANGLE ±0
BLACK LEVEL ±0
ZOOM LEVEL 1.0 x
PEAK/AVERAGE 0

BACK

Use the control keys to select a function.


 The selected function is marked by an arrow.
• When you press the "enter" key, the particular submenu is displayed, in
some cases with text information. The current setting is highlighted as in-
itial setting in the particular submenu.
You can exit the "ADVANCED" submenu by selecting "BACK".

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Recommended color setting


The color on the monitor can be individually set as desired by the user.
For this reason, 2 standard color settings are described below:
– Soft color impression
– Rich color impression (e.g., preferred in Asian regions)

Soft color Rich color


impression impression
 RED ±0 +1
BLUE +1 +3
CHROMA +3 +7
COLOR ANGLE ±0 ±0
BLACK LEVEL ±0 ±0
ZOOM LEVEL 1.0 x 1.0 x
PEAK/AVERAGE 6 6
The color settings specified were determined with a brightness setting (Bright-
ness submenu, see page 155) of 55%.
The color settings were determined with an NDS ENDOVUE 24" monitor with
factory setting.

Description of the setting options

CHROMA The "Chroma" setting increases or reduces the color saturation of the camera.

COLOR ANGLE The "Color Angle" (or HUE) color setting can be used to change the color
angle and the hues of the camera.

BLACK LEVEL The "Black Level" setting allows setting the black level of the camera. If the
black level is reduced, the contrast will be higher. If the black level is in-
creased, dark details can be seen more clearly.

ZOOM LEVEL The "Zoom Level" setting allows enlarging the camera image electronically.

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PEAK / AVERAGE The "Peak / Average" setting allows modifying the exposure control charac-
teristics. If a low value is set, exposure control will be based on peak values
and react precisely to changes in the object brightness. If a higher value is set,
exposure control will be based on average values and react less sensible to
changed in brightness.

Executing setting options

RED submenu In this submenu, you can set the red value of the camera in a range from -20
to +20. To do this, proceed as follows:
• Select menu item "RED" in the "ADVANCED" menu using the control
keys and press the "enter" key.
• Select the "SETTINGS" menu item with the control keys.
 The selected choice is displayed with an arrow.
• Change the red value using the control keys.
• Press the "enter" key to save the changes.
 The selection is saved and you return to the "ADVANCED USER SET-
TINGS" menu.
• If you do not want to save your changes, return to the "ADVANCED USER
SETTINGS" menu via "CANCEL". The red value is set as it was when the
submenu was accessed.
The red value setting also influences the camera's white balance. see “Per-
forming the white balance (white bal)” on page 216.

BLUE submenu In this submenu, you can set the blue value of the camera in a range from
-20 to +20. To do this, proceed as follows:
• Select the "BLUE" menu item in the "USER MENU ADVANCED" menu us-
ing the control keys and press the "enter" key.
• Select the "SETTINGS" menu item with the control keys.
 The selected choice is displayed with an arrow.
• Change the blue value using the control keys.
• Press the "enter" key to save the changes.
 The selection is saved and you return to the "ADVANCED USER SET-
TINGS" menu.
• If you do not want to save your changes, return to the "ADVANCED USER
SETTINGS" menu via "CANCEL". The blue value is set as it was when the
submenu was accessed.

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The blue value setting also influences the camera's white balance. see “Per-
forming the white balance (white bal)” on page 216.

CHROMA submenu In this submenu, you can set the color saturation of the camera in a range
from -10 to +10. To do this, proceed as follows:
• Select the "CHROMA" menu item in the "USER MENU ADVANCED" menu
using the control keys and press the "enter" key.
• Use the control keys to select "SETTINGS".
 The selection is displayed with an arrow.
• Change the color saturation using the control keys.
A chroma setting in the range of ± 0 usually provides the best color im-
pression. Chroma setting is most effective with strongly saturated (bright)
colors. The effect is low with weakly saturated colors.
• Press the "enter" key to save the changes.
 The selection is saved and you return to the "ADVANCED USER SET-
TINGS" menu.
If you do not want to save your changes, return to the "ADVANCED USER SET-
TINGS" menu via "CANCEL". As a result, color saturation will be reset to the
setting present when the submenu was opened.

COLOR ANGLE submenu In this submenu, you can set the color angle (hue) of the camera in a range
from -10 to +10. To do this, proceed as follows:
• Select the "COLOR ANGLE" menu item in the "USER MENU ADVANCED"
menu using the control keys and press the "enter" key.
• Use the control keys to select "SETTINGS".
 The selection is displayed with an arrow.
• Change the color angle using the control keys.
• Press the "enter" key to save the changes.
 The selection is saved and you return to the "ADVANCED USER SET-
TINGS" menu.
If you do not want to save your changes, return to the "ADVANCED USER SET-
TINGS" menu via "CANCEL". As a result, the color angle will be reset to the
setting present when the submenu was opened.

BLACK LEVEL submenu This submenu allows setting the black level of the camera in a range from -10
to +10. To do this, proceed as follows:

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• Select the "BLACK LEVEL" menu item in the "USER MENU ADVANCED"
menu using the control keys and press the "enter" key.
• Use the control keys to select "SETTINGS".
 The selection is displayed with an arrow.
• Change the black level value using the control keys.
• Press the "enter" key to save the changes.
 The selection is saved and you return to the "ADVANCED USER SET-
TINGS" menu.
If you do not want to save your changes, return to the "ADVANCED USER SET-
TINGS" menu via "CANCEL". The black level is set as it was when the submenu
was accessed.

ZOOM LEVEL submenu In this submenu, you can set the zoom level of the camera in a range from
1.0x to 2.0x. To do this, proceed as follows:
• Select the "ZOOM LEVEL" menu item in the "USER MENU ADVANCED"
menu using the control keys and press the "enter" key.
• Use the control keys to select "SETTINGS".
 The selection is displayed with an arrow.
• Change the zoom level using the control keys.
• Press the "enter" key to save the changes.
 The selection is saved and you return to the "ADVANCED USER SET-
TINGS" menu.
If you do not want to save your changes, return to the "ADVANCED USER SET-
TINGS" menu via "CANCEL". The zoom level is set as it was when the sub-
menu was accessed.

PEAK / AVERAGE submenu In this submenu, you can set the exposure control characteristics of the
camera in a range from 0 to +8. To do this, proceed as follows:
• Select menu item "PEAK / AVERAGE" from the "ADVANCED USER SET-
TINGS" menu using the control keys and press the "enter" key.
• Use the control keys to select "SETTINGS".
 The selection is displayed with an arrow.
• Change the value using the control keys.

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• Press the "enter" key to save the changes.


 The selection is saved and you return to the "ADVANCED USER SET-
TINGS" menu.
If you do not want to save your changes, return to the "ADVANCED USER SET-
TINGS" menu via "CANCEL". The zoom level is set as it was when the sub-
menu was accessed.

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Service submenu
The "SERVICE MENU" submenu allows you to make settings which are re-
quired less frequently. To change the settings, proceed as follows:
• Press the "config" key to access the configuration menu.
• In the configuration menu, use the control keys to select menu item
"SERVICE MENU" and press the "enter" key.
 The following menu appears:

SERVICE MENU

 REMOTE SETUP ...


FACTORY SETTINGS ...
VERSION INFO ...

BACK TO CONFIG

• Use the control keys to select a function.


 The selected function is marked by an arrow.
• When you press the "enter" key, the particular submenu is displayed, in
some cases with text information. The current setting is highlighted as in-
itial setting in this submenu.
• You can exit the submenus by selecting "CANCEL". The changes made are
not saved in this case.

REMOTE SETUP You can configure the device in this sub menu so that a selected function
(please refer to REMOTE FUNCTION) is controllable via a foot switch or a
fundus imaging system. The sub menu contains the following areas:
– REMOTE FUNCTION
– SWITCHING MODE
– AUDIO CONFIRMATION
You can assign one of the functions described below to the integrated HD
video camera under "REMOTE FUNCTION". This function is then triggered
when the foot switch is activated or by swiveling in and out of a fundus im-
aging system.
The following options are available:

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– FREEZE / LIVE
If the current live video image is displayed and the foot switch is pressed,
the live video image is frozen and displayed on the monitor as a freeze
frame. With renewed pressing of the foot switch the live video image is
displayed again.
– USER1 / USER2
(or Endodonty/Treatment or Anterior/Posterior)
You can switch between user 1 and user 2 by pressing the foot switch. If
the current user is whether user 1 nor user 2, user 1 is switched on with
the first activation of the foot switch.
– USER3 / USER4
You can switch between user 3 and user 4 by pressing the foot switch. If
the current user is whether user 3 nor user 4, user 1 is switched on with
the first activation of the foot switch.
– INVERTED / STANDARD (is only required with a special tube)
If the current live video image is displayed and the foot switch is pressed,
the live video image is frozen and displayed on the monitor as a freeze
frame. With renewed pressing of the foot switch the live video image is
displayed again.
You can select under "SWITCHING MODE" if a remote function shall be con-
trolled via a foot switch or a fundus imaging system. The following control
types are available:
– FOOTSWITCH / AUX
Function control is performed via a foot switch.
– FUNDUS SYSTEM
The function is controlled via a fundus imaging system. This setting is only
available under the "OPHTHALMOLOGY" application.

You can select under "AUDIO CONFIRMATION" if there shall be an acoustic


feedback (signal tone) when pressing the foot switch.
– Enabled
Acoustic return signal is activated.
– DISABLED
Acoustic return signal is deactivated.

FACTORY SETTINGS This submenu allows resetting the user and camera settings to the factory set-
tings. To do this, proceed as follows:
• In the "SERVICE ", use the control keys to select menu item "FACTORY
SETTINGS" and press the "enter" key.
• Use the control keys to select one of the following items:

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– RESET USER 1
– RESET ALL USERS
– RESET CAMERA
 After selection of one of the menu items, a message informs you that
the stored data will be overwritten.
• Press the "enter" key to overwrite the settings.
 The system returns to the SERVICE MENU after approx. 2 seconds.
• If you do not want to save any changes, select menu item "CANCEL" to
return to the SERVICE MENU.

VERSION INFORMATION This submenu shows the current versions of the hardware and software com-
ponents as well as the serial numbers of the camera and CCU. Proceed as fol-
lows:
• Select menu item "VERSION INFORMATION" and press the "enter" key.
The following information is displayed:
– SOFTWARE (software version of the CCU)
– S/N CCU (serial number of the CCU)
• Press the "enter" key to return to the SERVICE MENU.

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Opening the installation menu (config)

The installation menu allows configuring system settings that need to be


changed less frequently and require a restart of the camera.
• Press the "config" key for approx. 5 seconds to access the installation
menu.
 The following menu is displayed on the monitor:

INSTALLATION MENU

 HDTV MODE 720P - 1080P - 1080I


DVI/HDMI OUT PC MODE - VIDEO MODE
SDTV FORMAT LETTERBOX - SIDECUT
PAL / NTSC PAL - NTSC
LIGHT SOURCE XENON/LED HALOGEN
APPLICATION OPHTHALMO - DENTISTRY -
NEURO/SPINE - ENT
EXIT
CHANGES WILL TAKE PLACE AFTER RESTARTING THE CAMERA

• Use the control keys to select a function.


 The selected function is marked by an arrow.
• When you press the "enter" key, the relevant submenu is displayed, in
some cases with text information. The current setting is highlighted as in-
itial setting in this submenu.
You can exit the submenus by selecting "CANCEL". The changes made are not
saved in this case.

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HDTV sub menu


The "HDTV MODE" sub menu allows you to select the video camera's input
signal and adjust it to your display device.

720P Select this setting format if your display device is 720p compatible. This mode
is similar to the 1080p progressive standard, but its maximum resolution is
only 1280 x 720 pixels.

1080P* Select this setting if your display device is 1080p compatible. The image is set
up using real full frames. This prevents any interline flicker, and the image is
sharply defined and stable. The maximum resolution is 1920 x 1080 pixels.

1080I* Use the 1080i (interlace) mode if your display device supports the 1080i
standard. The image is set up by two consecutive half images. The delayed
image setup can cause slight interline flicker. The maximum resolution is 1920
x 1080 pixels.
As a requirement, you should have connected the HD compatible OPMI pico
with a 1080p version and a 1080p or 1080i compatible display device. We
recommend the use of a 1080p compatible display device.

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Proceed as follows to select a mode and to load the respective configuration:


• Press the <config> key for approx. 5 seconds to access the installation
menu.
• Select the menu item "HDTV MODE" in the installation menu using the
control keys and press the <enter> key.
 The following menu appears:

HDTV MODE

 720P
1080P*
1080I*

CANCEL

DVI/HDMI -> 720P - 1080P* - 1080I*


YPbPr -> 720P - 1080I*

*only in case of an optional 1080p version


In order to use the optional 1080p resolution, a 1080p compatible display de-
vice must be connected.
• Select the desired mode with the control keys.
 The selected choice is displayed with an arrow.
 At the lower end of the screen, it is explained which video signal is at
which video output.
• Press the <enter> key to save the changes.
 If no 1080p compatible display device is connected, the display re-
mains black and the HDTV sub menu is displayed again after approx.
30 seconds. No changes have been made.
 If a 1080p compatible display device is connected, the prompt "APPLY
CHANGES" appears.
• Select YES or NO with the control keys and confirm the selection with
the <enter> key.
 When you chose "YES", the camera resolution is changed and you go
back to the installation menu.

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 When you chose "NO", the camera resolution is not changed and you
go back to the installation menu.
• If you do not want to save your changes, return to the installation menu
via "CANCEL". The video signal is set as it was when the sub menu was
accessed.

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DVI/HDMI OUT submenu


The "DVI/HDMI OUTPUT" allows switching between video formats "PC
MODE" and "VIDEO MODE" when a high-resolution display device (monitor,
projector, etc.) is connected. To do this, proceed as follows:
• Press the "config" key for approx. 5 seconds to access the installation
menu.
• Select menu item "DVI/HDMI OUT" in the installation menu using the
control keys and press the "enter" key.
 The following menu appears

DVI/HDMI OUTPUT RANGE

 PC MODE (255 DEFAULT)


VIDEO MODE (235)

CANCEL

ADJUST DVI/HDMI OUTPUT FOR SPECIAL HDMI MONITOR SIGNAL

• Use the control keys to select the required mode.


 The selection is displayed with an arrow.
 The properties of each format are explained at the bottom of the
screen.
• Press the "enter" key to save the changes.
 The selection is saved and you return to the installation menu.
• If you do not want to save any changes, select menu item "CANCEL" to
return to the installation menu. The video format is set as it was when the
submenu was accessed.
You can find the correct setting for your connected monitor or TV in the user
manual pertaining to the device.
If you cannot find any information on the right setting, we recommend the PC
MODE (default) setting for display devices with DVI port. We recommend the
VIDEO MODE setting for display devices with HDMI port.

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SDTV FORMAT submenu


If a conventional display device (monitor, projector, etc.) with 4:3 format is
connected, the "SDTV FORMAT" submenu allows you to choose between
"LETTERBOX" and "SIDE-CUT" visualization.

LETTERBOX Use this setting for display devices that are not compatible with the 16:9 wide
screen format. A black bar will appear at the top and bottom of the screen
and the image will be displayed in the 16:9 format.

SIDE-CUT In this mode, the sides of the image will be "cut", leaving the center of the
image to be displayed with a 4:3 aspect ratio.
Proceed as follows to select a format and to load the respective configuration:
• Press the "config" key for approx. 5 seconds to access the installation
menu.
• Select menu item "SDTV FORMAT MODE" in the installation menu using
the control keys and press the "enter" key.
 The following menu appears:

SDTV FORMAT

 LETTERBOX
SIDE-CUT

CANCEL

DISPLAY VIDEO PICTURE WITH BLACK STRIPES AT TOP AND BOTTOM

• Use the control keys to select the required mode.


 The selection is displayed with an arrow.
 The properties of each format are explained at the bottom of the
screen.
• Press the "enter" key to save the changes.
 The selection is saved. The camera restarts after you have confirmed
that the setting is to be applied.
• If you do not want to save any changes, select menu item "CANCEL" to
return to the installation menu. As a result, the image display on the
screen will be reset to the setting present when the submenu was opened.

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PAL / NTSC Selection submenu


In the "PAL/NTSC" submenu, you can switch between PAL and NTSC format.
Proceed as follows to switch on the PAL / NTSC SELECTION:
• Press the "config" key for approx. 5 seconds to access the installation
menu.
• Select menu item "PAL / NTSC SELECTION" in the installation menu using
the control keys and press the "enter" key.
 The following menu appears:

PAL / NTSC SELECTION

 PAL
NTSC

CANCEL

• Use the control keys to select the required mode.


 The selection is displayed with an arrow.
 The properties of each format are explained at the bottom of the
screen.
• Press the "enter" key to save the changes.
 The selection is saved and you return to the installation menu.
• If you do not want to save any changes, select menu item "CANCEL" to
return to the installation menu. As a result, the image display on the
screen will be reset to the setting present when the submenu was opened.
After you have saved the changes, the settings are applied and the camera is
restarted.

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LIGHT SOURCE
In the "LIGHT SOURCE" submenu, you can select between LED / XENON and
HALOGEN.
• Press the "config" key for approx. 5 seconds to access the installation
menu.
• Select menu item "LIGHT SOURCE" from the installation menu using the
control keys and press the "enter" key.
 The following menu appears:

LIGHT SOURCE

 XENON / LED
HALOGEN

CANCEL

SETUP CAMERA FOR XENON OR LED LIGHT SOURCES

• Use the control keys to select the required mode.


 The selection is displayed with an arrow.
 The properties of each format are explained at the bottom of the
screen.
• Press the "enter" key to save the changes.
 The selection is saved and you return to the installation menu.
• If you do not want to save any changes, select menu item "CANCEL" to
return to the installation menu. As a result, the image display on the
screen will be reset to the setting present when the submenu was opened.

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Application sub menu


In the "APPLICATION" sub menu, you can select between five different appli-
cations. Each application affects the user profile and the associated camera
settings.
The application selection is displayed when the device is switched on for the
first time and can be changed at any time. The selected application is dis-
played briefly during start-up. The following applications can be selected:

OPHTHALMOLOGY This application is designed for displaying the image in the ophthalmologic
area. The "ANTERIOR" and "POSTERIOR" users are available for displaying the
best image in the anterior or posterior eye segment. Both users have fixed set-
tings for the brightness control. This is why the "BRIGHTNESS" and "LIGHT-
METER" menu items are not available to these users.

DENTISTRY This application is designed for displaying the best image in the lower or upper
tooth segment. The "ENDODONTY" and "TREATMENT" users have optimized
and defined settings for the brightness control. This is why the "BRIGHTNESS"
and "LIGHTMETER" menu items are not available to these users.

NEURO/SPINE This application is designed for displaying the image in the neurological area.
The difference refers to the camera settings as well as to the not selectable
image orientation.

ENT This application id for the imaging of the neck, nose, ear area. The differences
can be found in regard of the camera settings and the adjusted image section.

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Proceed as follows to select an application variant and to load the respective


configuration:
• Press the <config> key for approx. 5 seconds to go to the installation
menu.
• Select the menu item "APPLICATION" in the installation menu using the
control keys and press the <enter> key.
 The following menu appears:

APPLICATION VARIANT

 OPHTHALMOLOGY
DENTISTRY
NEURO/SPINE
ENT

CANCEL

USER SETTINGS WILL BE RESET TO DEFAULTS !

• Select the desired mode with the control keys.


 The selected choice is displayed with an arrow.
• Press the <enter> key to save the changes.
 The selection is saved and activated the next time the device is
switched on.
 You then return to the installation menu.
• If you do not want to save any changes, return to the installation menu
via the "CANCEL" menu item. The application variant is then set as it was
when the sub menu was accessed.

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Performing the white balance (white bal)

In the white balancing procedure, the system adjusts the video signal in such
a way that white areas in the surgical field are also white on the video image.
• Press the <start> key to activate the white balance procedure.
 The following message is displayed:
"PLEASE PUT A PIECE OF WHITE PAPER UNDER THE MICROSCOPE"
• Place a suitable white object (e. g., a piece of white paper with a matte
surface) under the surgical microscope.
• Carry out the white balance procedure using a medium brightness level.
• Press the <start> key to start the white balance procedure.
During the white balance procedure (display: "WHITE BALANCE IN
PROGRESS") the key functions are locked.
If the white balance procedure is successfully completed, the following will be
displayed: "WHITE BALANCE SUCCESSFUL". Otherwise, the following mes-
sage is displayed on the monitor: "WHITE BALANCE FAILED". Check the set-
tings described above and repeat the white balance procedure.
The white balance is saved for the user currently selected. When the user is
changed, the white balance values pertaining to that user are loaded.
After the white balance procedure is completed, all keys are enabled again.
The determined values are saved and are available to all users each time the
device is restarted.

White balance is adjusted corresponding to the set light type. The adjustment
depends on the "LIGHT SOURCE" setting in the "INSTALLATION MENU" and
the BLUE and RED settings in the "USER MENU ADVANCED".

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The RED and BLUE values have an influence on the camera colors even after
the white balance procedure.
Recommended settings for a halogen light source
"LIGHT SOURCE" - "HALOGEN"

RED BLUE
Adjustment for a weak to medium illumi- +4 -8
nation (default)
Adjustment for a bright halogen illumina- +2 -4
tion
Without halogen light adjustment 0 0

Recommended settings for a xenon or LED light source


"LIGHT SOURCE" - "XENON/LED"

RED BLUE
No adjustment needed (every illumina- 0 0
tion level)

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Setting brightness

Under Brightness, you can continuously adjust the video image brightness in
5% increments between 0% and 100% using the and keys. The se-
lected value is displayed in the left upper corner of the monitor.
In the configuration menu, you can select between three different modes in
the brightness menu: AUTO - LOW AUTO - MANUAL.

AUTO
In AUTO mode, the camera automatically controls the brightness of the video
image to maintain the value selected using the and control keys. Expo-
sure control affects the exposure time of the camera.
The nominal brightness is set in the AUTO mode. The camera controls the ex-
posure time in the range between 1/50(60)s and 1/10000s accordingly. The
nominal brightness can be adjusted between 0 and 100%. Changes are made
in 5% increments.
A nominal value in the range between 50% and 70% usually provides op-
timum exposure results.

LOW AUTO
This has the same function as AUTO Mode, however, exposure times longer
than 1/50(60)s are allowed, which can result in blurred movements.

MANUAL
In MANUAL mode, the selected exposure time is displayed by pressing the
control keys. The setting range extends from 1/6 to
1/10000.
– Increments for PAL: 1/10000, 1/4000, 1/2000, 1/1000, 1/500, 1/250, 1/
100, 1/50, 1/25, 1/12 and 1/6
– Increments for NTSC: 1/10000, 1/4000, 1/2000, 1/1000, 1/500, 1/250, 1/
120, 1/60, 1/30, 1/15 and 1/8
Large exposure times may result in blurred movements.
The selected exposure time disappears again from the monitor if the control
keys or have not been pressed for more than 2 seconds.

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Displaying the live video image (image)

The "freeze" key allows freezing the current live video image and displaying it
as a full-screen freeze frame on the video monitor. During this time, the text
"freeze" is displayed in the upper left corner.
When you press the "live" key, the current live video image is displayed again
on the monitor, and the text "freeze" disappears.

If the current live video image is displayed and the (foot switch) key connected
to the remote port is pressed and FREEZE/LIVE is set in the CONFIG MENU
under SERVICE MENU - REMOTE SETUP - REMOTE FUNCTION, the live video
image is frozen and displayed in freeze frame on the monitor. This corre-
sponds to the "freeze" function. If you press the connected switch (foot con-
trol panel) once again while the freeze frame is displayed, the live video image
appears again on the monitor. This corresponds to the "live"function.

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What to do in the event of malfunctions

Lamp failure of halogen light source .............................................222

Lamp failure of xenon light source ................................................ 224

Troubleshooting ............................................................................226
For your safety ........................................................................................226
Malfunctions of the system......................................................................226
Malfunctions of S100 suspension systems with video (option) .................228
Malfunctions of S100 suspension systems with video and image storage op-
tion .........................................................................................................231

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Lamp failure of halogen light source

The lamp housing contains a backup lamp which can be manually swung into
the illumination beam path when the first lamp fails. Open flap (1) indicates
that the backup lamp is operative.

CAUTION Risk of burns!


In the event of overheating, the lamp switches off automatically. When the
lamp has cooled down, it automatically switches on again.
If the microscope is positioned unattended above the patient, the patient can
be burnt due to the produced heat.
• Immediately activate the backup lamp after a lamp failure or switch off
the light source completely.
• Check if the light source is switched off before leaving the device unat-
tended.
• Press button (2) to manually swing the backup lamp into the beam path.
 Open flap (1) indicates that the backup lamp is operative.
• Replace the defective lamp at the first opportunity (see page 236).
• If the backup lamp is defective and replacement is not possible, continue
surgery using an external OR illuminator.

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Fig. 79: Swinging in


the backup lamp

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Lamp failure of xenon light source

The lamp housing contains a backup lamp which can be manually swung into
the illumination beam path when the first lamp fails. The backup lamp is in
operation if the red segment (3) is lit in button (2).

CAUTION Risk of burns!


In the event of overheating, the lamp switches off automatically. When the
lamp has cooled down, it automatically switches on again.
If the microscope is positioned unattended above the patient, the patient can
be burnt due to the produced heat.
• Immediately activate the backup lamp after a lamp failure or switch off
the light source completely.
• Check if the light source is switched off before leaving the device unat-
tended.

Manual switching to the backup lamp


• Turn off the suspension system at the power switch before switching to
the backup lamp.
• Press the button (4) to open the lamp module.
 The lamp module is slightly ejected.
• Pull out the lamp module (1) as far as it will go. Turn knob (2) through
180° until it snaps in place.
 This moves the backup lamp into the illumination beam path.
• Push the lamp module (1) all the way back into the lamp housing.
• Turn on the suspension system at its power switch.
• In case the backup lamp is defective and an exchange of the lamp module
is not possible, please proceed with an external surgical lamp.

Failure of backup lamp


• If you work with the backup lamp and this lamp fails during a surgery, the
lamp module of the xenon light source must be exchanged, please refer
to page 238.
An additional xenon lamp module ready for use is recommended in regard
of the preparation of a procedure.
If the use of a backup lamp is initiated, it is absolutely required.

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Fig. 80: Lamp failure of xenon


light source

1
2

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Troubleshooting

For your safety

• If a failure occurs which you cannot correct with the aid of the chapter
"What to do in the event of malfunctions“, attach a sign to the system
stating it is out of order and contact our service representative.

Malfunctions of the system

Problem Possible cause Remedy Reference


No function at all. Suspension system turned off Switch on suspension system page 146
or plug in power cord.
Power plug of stand not in- Plug in the power cord. page 146
serted.
Defective power cord. Replace the power cord. –
Line power failure Contact in-house electrician. –
Light source (surgical field illu- Power cord not plugged in. Plug in the power cord. page 124
mination) disabled
Power switch not pressed. Press power switch. page 124
Defective power cord. Replace the power cord. –
Power failure. Contact in-house technician. –
Defective instrument fuse. Change instrument fuse. page 240
(Halogen)
Failure of floor stand elec- Illuminate surgical field using –
tronics. an OR light. Contact service.
Light guide not properly in- Insert light guide as far as it page 112
serted in lamp or microscope. will go.
Switched off via inclination Move suspension arm of sus- –
switch on suspension system. pension system into working
position.

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Problem Possible cause Remedy Reference


Light source (surgical field illu- Brightness level set too low. Adjust brightness using the –
mination) defective brightness control on the sus-
pension arm.
Light guide not properly in- Insert light guide as far as it page 112
serted in lamp and/or micro- will go.
scope.
Defective light guide (illumi- Contact service. –
nation not uniform).
In case of a xenon light Switch off light source on sus- page 238
source: pension system.
Aged xenon lamp. Change xenon lamp.
Lamp in light source remains Knob for brightness control Turn the knob clockwise. page 86
dark and fan is running set to the left-hand stop.
Inclination switch deacti- Move suspension arm of sur- –
vated. gical microscope down from
its standby position.
Inclination switch out of ad- Contact service. –
justment or defective
Lamp module has no contact. Insert lamp module as far as it –
will go.
In case of a halogen light Switch to backup lamp. page 236
source:
Defective halogen lamp.
In case of a halogen light Plug ceramic base firmly onto page 236
source: contacts of halogen lamp.
Ceramic base does not have
proper contact with halogen
lamp.
In case of a xenon light Switch to backup lamp. page 224
source:
Defective xenon lamp.
Defective suspension system Illuminate surgical field using –
electronics. an OR light.
Contact service.

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Problem Possible cause Remedy Reference


Lamp switches constantly off Ventilation openings are cov- Ventilation openings must be –
and on again during opera- ered or dirty. clear; clean them if necessary.
tion.
Defective fan. Illuminate surgical field using –
an OR light. Contact service.
Failure of suspension system Illuminate surgical field using –
electronics. an OR light. Contact service.
Defective magnification - Contact service. –
changer.
Filters in illumination beam - Contact service. –
path are defective or cannot
be exchanged.
Video image interference on Endoscope camera or video Contact manufacturer of en- –
monitor or from video re- setting (monitor and video re- doscope system.
corder. corder) of endoscope system
defective
Motion of surgical micro- Friction adjustment screw on Loosen friction adjustment page 84
scope too stiff. stand tightened too firmly. screw on suspension system
as required.

Malfunctions of S100 suspension systems with video (option)

Problem Possible cause Remedy See


No video image, only color Camera head not connected. Connect the camera head. page 98
bars
No image, Plug of video power supply is Contact service. –
Video control lamp is not not properly plugged on the
lit, plate of the light source.
Halogen lamp in light
Defective light source. Contact service. –
source is lit
Image with color tinge No white balance Performing the white balancing page 154
procedure

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Problem Possible cause Remedy See


Image without color Y/C cable between CCU and Properly plug in the cable. page 126
monitor not properly plugged
in.
Defective Y/C cable between Use different Y/C cable or BNC
CCU and monitor. cable.
No image, video indicator Monitor not switched on or Switch on monitor or set it to Please refer
lamp is lit not correctly set. correct channel. to monitor
user
Set monitor to default status, or
manual.
increase brightness and contrast.
Monitor cannot display the Use a HD compatible monitor –
set resolution of the HD video that can display the set resolu-
camera. tion.
Connecting cable between Properly plug in the cable. page 126
CCU and monitor or between
CCU and surgical microscope
not or not properly plugged
in.
Defective connecting cable Change the cable. –
between CCU and monitor.
No image, video indicator If a video recorder is con- Directly connect the CCU and page 126
lamp is lit nected between video unit monitor.
and monitor: Defective video
recorder.
Defective CCU or camera Contact service. –
head in surgical microscope,
or defective connecting cable
between CCU and surgical
microscope.
Image too dark, Monitor not correctly set. Set monitor to default status, or Please refer
Snow effect on monitor increase brightness and contrast. to monitor
user
manual.
Brightness of CCU set too Increase brightness of CCU. page 155
low.
Surgical field illumination too Increase brightness of illumina- page 86
dark. tion.

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Problem Possible cause Remedy See


Image too bright, Monitor not correctly set. Set monitor to default status, or Please refer
Milky image on monitor reduce brightness and/or con- to monitor
trast user
manual.
Brightness of CCU set too Reduce brightness of CCU. page 155
high.
Surgical field illumination too Reduce brightness of surgical page 86
bright. field illumination.
ENT application: Image de- CCU:Lightmeter function - set spot size to "small" Page 82
tail in black ear tunnel too
Brightness of CCU set too Set video unit darker. page 155
bright, outshined
high.
Brightness control is based on Center the speculum and object –
black color of speculum. in the image.
Use a metal speculum (gray, –
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Malfunctions of S100 suspension systems with video and image storage op-
tion

Problem Possible cause Remedy See


(Message/acoustic signal)
No stick available No USB stick inserted Plug in USB stick –
Not enough memory avail- USB stick has been inserted, Press the Index key; menu ap- –
able but does not have sufficient pears on the screen, permit-
memory space. ting images to be deleted.
Write protection activated USB stick has been inserted, Deactivate write protection. –
but write protection is acti-
vated.
USB Memory defect USB stick contains a corrupt Use a different USB stick. –
please remove the stick file system or none at all.
Error Short circuit on Remote Contact service. –
Remote Short Circuit - socket - all keys have been
Disconnect Input disabled.

The messages are automatically deleted.

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Care and Maintenance

System maintenance......................................................................234
Maintenance intervals..............................................................................234
Safety check ............................................................................................235
Changing the halogen lamp ....................................................................236
Changing the lamp module of the xenon illumination system ..................238
Changing the fuse - halogen illumination system .....................................240

Care of the device..........................................................................241


Cleaning ..................................................................................................241
Sterilization .............................................................................................242
Disinfection .............................................................................................242

Environmental protection measures ..............................................243


Note on disposal .....................................................................................243

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System maintenance

Maintenance intervals

Regular preventive maintenance is required to ensure safe and correct opera-


tion and a long service life of the system on an ongoing basis.
The following table lists the relevant maintenance activities and shows at
which maximum intervals they must be performed.
The corresponding procedures in order to perform maintenance activities on
your own can be found in the following descriptions.
Any other maintenance activities that is not described here in detail requires
device-specific knowledge.
Please contact your local Carl Zeiss service or an authorized partner for per-
forming maintenance activities in due time.

Time Interval Maintenance activities


Max. 12 weeks Exchange xenon lamp if it is operated for 8 hours/day on 5 days/week.
Max. 25 weeks Exchange xenon lamp if it is operated for 4 hours/day on 5 days/week.
Every 2 years Visual inspection and function test of the following modules:
– S100 suspension system
– Illumination and power supply unit
– Surgical microscope with tube
– Light guide
– Power cord
– Connected accessories
– Secure seating of OPMI suspension
– Securing screws are available and tightened
According to country-specific Safety check
requirements

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Safety check

CAUTION Risk of injury!


• Make sure that the regular technical safety checks required for this sys-
tem in accordance with the applicable national regulations are performed
on schedule and to the stipulated extent.

To prevent any impairment of the system's safety as a result of aging, wear,


etc., the organization operating the system must ensure, in accordance with
the applicable national regulations, that the regular technical safety checks
defined for this system are performed on schedule and to the stipulated ex-
tent.
The safety checks shall only be performed by the manufacturer or by qualified
staff.
At a minimum, the scope of the safety checks of the system should comprise
the following points:
– Availability of the user manual
– Visual inspection of the system and accessories for damage and legibility
of the labels
– Leakage current test
– Test of the protective ground conductor
– Function and wear test of casters and arrestors on the floor stand
– Function test of all switches, buttons, sockets and indicator lamps of the
system
– Securing screws are available and tightened

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Changing the halogen lamp

NOTE Risk of burns caused by hot lamps!


If you change the lamp shortly after it has failed, the lamp will still be very
hot.
• Allow the lamp to cool down before changing it.
• Only use the halogen light indicated in chapter "Device data => order da-
ta".
• Turn off the suspension system at the power switch.
• Press button (3), the lamp module is slightly ejected. Pull out lamp module
(2).
• Press the button (1). The lamp holder in the lamp module springs open.
• Remove the defective halogen lamp from the spring-loaded mount.
• Pull the ceramic base (9) from the contact pins of the halogen lamp.
Make sure not to touch the bulb (8) or the inner side of the lamp reflector (7)
of the new halogen lamp.
• Plug ceramic base (9) onto the contact pins of a new halogen lamp.
• Insert the new halogen lamp.
• Press the halogen lamp into the spring-loaded mount.
• Press the lamp holder (5) into the lamp module until it snaps in.
• Push the lamp module including the new halogen lamp back into the sys-
tem.
• Turn on the system at its power switch.
• Use the brightness control to adjust the illumination when the suspension
arm is in its working position.

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To use the service life of your halogen lamps as economically as possible, we


recommend that you do not set the brightness to a higher level than required
for your work.
If main lamp (4) has failed, remove it and replace it by backup lamp (6). Install
the new halogen lamp instead of the backup lamp.

Fig. 81: Changing the halogen


lamp

1
2
3

7 8 9

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Changing the lamp module of the xenon illumination system

NOTE Risk of burns caused by hot lamps!


If you change the lamp shortly after it has failed, the lamp will still be very
hot.
• Allow the lamp to cool down before changing it.

NOTE Risk of injury!


The xenon lamp may fast burst due to the high inner pressure even if it is
cold. A hot lamp is therefore more dangerous due to the higher pressure and
the used materials.
In case of burst lamps, persons may be injured by flying glass splinters.
The lamp module shall only be changed by instructed staff.
• Only change the lamp module when it is cold.
• Avoid shocks at the lamp module.
• Turn off the suspension system at the power switch.
• Press button (2). The lamp module (1) is slightly ejected.
• Pull out the lamp module (1) as far as it will go.
• Slide the original transport case (3) over the lamp module. Bolt (4) must
engage in hole(5). This unlocks the stop.
• Remove the old lamp module and insert the new module.
• Turn on the suspension system at its power switch.
• Check the function of the xenon lamp and backup xenon lamp.
• Pack the old lamp module (6) in the transport packaging of the new lamp
module. Fill in the enclosed return card and send the old lamp module to
the nearest Zeiss service representative.
Please only use the original transport packaging (6), it is an explosion protec-
tion for eventually defective xenon lamps.

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Fig. 82: Changing the lamp


module of the
xenon illumination system

1
3

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Changing the fuse - halogen illumination system

CAUTION Use suitable device fuse


• Only use the fuse indicated for the device. (Please refer to order data).
The fuses are integrated in the power inlet socket for the power cable. To
change a fuse, proceed as follows:
• Turn off the unit at the power switch.
• Unplug the power cable from the line power socket.
• Unplug the power cable from the power inlet socket.
• Insert a suitable object under two flaps (1) and pull out fuse holder (2).
• Remove the defective fuse.
• Insert the new fuse and push the fuse holder back into its compartment.
Note the voltage rating of the line fuse. This rating can be found on the type
label.
• Connect the unit to line power.
• Turn on the unit at the power switch.

Fuse rating
For 100...120 V~ T 6.3 A/H 250 V
For 220..0.240 V~ T 3.15 A/H 250 V

Fig. 83: Changing the fuses


1

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Care of the device

Cleaning

Cleaning optical surfaces


The multi-layer T* coating of the optical components (e.g. eyepieces, objective
lenses) ensures optimum image quality.
Image quality is impaired by even slight contamination of the optics or by a
fingerprint. To protect the internal optics from dust, the system should never
be left without the objective lens, binocular tube and eyepieces. After use,
cover the system to protect it from dust. Always store objective lenses, eye-
pieces and accessories in dust-free cases when they are not being used.
Clean the exterior surfaces of the optical components (eyepieces, objective
lenses) only when necessary:
• Do not use any aggressive or abrasive cleaning agents.
• Remove dust from the optical surfaces using a squeeze blower or a clean,
grease-free brush.
For the regular cleaning of objective lenses and eyepieces of the surgical mi-
croscope, we recommend the optics cleaning set available from ZEISS. For the
catalog number, please see the section "System data - Ordering data".

Prevention of fogging
To protect the eyepiece optics from fogging, we recommend using an anti-
fogging agent. Anti-fogging agents provided by eyecare professionals for use
with eyeglass lenses are also suitable for Zeiss eyepieces.
• Please observe the instructions for use supplied with each anti-fogging
agent.
Anti-fogging agents do not only ensure fog-free eyepiece optics. They also
clean the eyepiece optics and protect them from dirt, grease, dust, fluff and
fingerprints.

Cleaning mechanical surfaces


All mechanical surfaces of the system can be cleaned by wiping them with a
damp cloth. Do not use any aggressive or abrasive cleaning agents.
Clean off any residue using a mixture of 50% ethyl alcohol and 50% distilled
water plus a dash of household dish-washing liquid.

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Sterilization

The asepsis sets available from Carl Zeiss contain rubber caps and hand grips
which can be sterilized in autoclaves. For detailed information on sterilization
please see the enclosed instructions "Preparation of resterilizable products"
for the respective asepsis set.
Sterile single-use drapes are available to cover the system.
• When draping the system, make sure there is enough slack in the drapes
to allow for movement of the microscope carrier and surgical microscope.
• Do not cover any ventilation slots to permit sufficient cooling of the lamps
and avoid lamp failure.

Disinfection

NOTE Risk of damaging the paint on the device!


• Use a disinfectant based on aldehyde or alcohol. The addition of quater-
nary compounds is acceptable.
To avoid damaging the surfaces, do not use any disinfecting components
other than those specified below.
The maximum concentrations are:
– For alcohol (tested with 2 propanol): 60%
– For aldehyde (tested with glutaraldehyde): 2%
– For quaternary compounds (tested with DDAC): 0.2%

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Environmental protection measures

Note on disposal

User information
on the disposal of electrical and electronic devices

This symbol means that the product must not be disposed of as normal do-
mestic waste.
The correct disposal of electrical or electronic devices helps to protect the en-
vironment and to prevent potential hazards to the environment and/or human
health which may occur as a result of improper handling of the devices con-
cerned.
For detailed information on the disposal of the product, please contact your
local dealer or the device manufacturer or its legal successor. Please also note
the manufacturer's current information on the Internet. In the event of resale
of the product or its components, the seller is required to inform the buyer
that the product must be disposed of in accordance with the applicable na-
tional regulations currently in force.

For customers in the European Union


Please contact your dealer or supplier if you wish to dispose of electrical or
electronic devices.

Information on disposal in countries outside the European Union


This symbol is only applicable in the European Union. For the disposal of elec-
trical and electronic devices, please observe the relevant national legislation
and other regulations applicable in your country.
Disposal of outer packaging material
• In order to dispose of outer packaging materials please refer to the local
guidelines and bylaws.

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System Data

Technical data ............................................................................... 246


Surgical microscope OPMI pico................................................................246
S100 Suspension Systems ........................................................................247
Connectors and illumination ....................................................................256

EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) .............................................258


Electromagnetic interference ...................................................................259
Electromagnetic immunity for ME equipment and ME systems ................260
Electromagnetic immunity for non-life-supporting ME equipment
and ME systems.......................................................................................262
Recommended safety distances between portable and mobile
RF communication equipment and the S100 / OPMI® pico .....................264

System upgrades ...........................................................................265

Ordering data ................................................................................266

Environmental conditions ..............................................................272

Regulatory information ................................................................. 274

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Technical data

Surgical microscope OPMI pico

Component Features
Magnification Manual magnification changer
Five settings at
γ = 0.4x, γ = 0.6x, γ = 1.0x, γ = 1.6x, γ = 2.5x
Focusing Focusing is performed by setting the working dis-
tance required from the surgical field.
Object lenses with a focusing mechanism are fo-
cused mechanically using a button.
Focusing range 13 mm
Tubes / eyepieces Optionally diagonal, straight, or 180° inclined binoc-
ular tube.
10x widefield eyepieces, alternatively: 12.5 x
Object lenses Options: f = 200 mm, f = 250 mm, f = 300 mm
(non-focusable) f = 350 mm, or f = 400 mm
Object lenses Options: f =200 mm, f = 250 mm or f = 300 mm
(focusable)
Weight approx. 1.7 kg (without CCU, Endoport, tube, object
lens, eyepieces and MORA interface)

Fig. 84: OPMI pico

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S100 Suspension Systems

S100 floor stand

Component Features
Suspension arm Length: 600 mm
Swivel angle about carrier arm: ± 150°
Lifting range: ± 300 mm
Carrier arm Length: 500 mm
Stand height 1730 mm
Base 625 x 625 mm
(dimensions)
Weight approx. 90 kg
(including
microscope)

Fig. 85: Dimensional


drawing S100 floor stand 500 mm 600 mm
Illustration with illumination

± 300 mm
1730 mm

360° ± 150°
1470 mm

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S100 wall mount

Component Features
Suspension arm Length: 950 mm
Lifting range: ± 400 mm
Swivel angle about carrier arm: ± 150°
Carrier arm Length: 500 mm
Swivel angle about mount column: ± 105°
Stand height 1570 mm in horizontal position
Weight approx. 45 kg
(including
microscope)

Fig. 86: Dimensional drawing


320 mm 500 mm 950 mm
of S100 wall mount

520 mm

± 400 mm

±105° ±150°

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S100 ceiling mount

Components Features
Suspension arm Length: 950 mm
Swivel angle about carrier arm: ± 150°
Lifting range: ± 400 mm
Carrier arm Length: 500 mm
Swivel angle about mount column: ± 163°
Stand height 1570 mm in horizontal position
Weight approx. 55 kg
(including
microscope)

Fig. 87: Dimensional drawing


of S100 ceiling mount

500 mm 950 mm
425 mm

± 400 mm

± 163° ± 150°

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S100 Centro suspension system

Component Features
Suspension arm Length: 950 mm
Swivel angle on carrier arm: 150°
Stroke: ± 400 mm
Carrier arm Length: 500 mm
Installation height 1570 mm in horizontal position
(recommended)
Weight approx. 30 kg
(including microscope
and illumination
system)

Fig. 88: Dimensional drawing


S100 Centro stand

500 mm 950 mm
425 mm

±150° ± 400 mm

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S100 support unit

Component Features
Suspension arm Length: 950 mm
Swivel angle about carrier arm: ± 150°
Stroke: ± 400 mm
Carrier arm Length: 500 mm
Weight approx. 35 kg
(including microscope and
illumination)

Fig. 89: Dimensions of


S100 support unit 500 mm 950 mm

275 mm

± 400 mm
± 150°

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S100 support unit 950 for non-Zeiss illumination

Component Features
Suspension arm Length: 950 mm
Swivel angle about carrier arm: 150°
Lifting range: ± 400 mm
Carrier arm Length: 500 mm
Installation height 1570 mm in horizontal position
(recommended)
Weight (including approx. 25 kg
microscope)

Fig. 90: Dimensional drawing


of S100 support unit for 500 mm 950 mm
non-Zeiss illumination

275 mm

± 400 mm
± 150°

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S100 support unit 600

Component Features
Suspension arm Length: 600 mm
Swivel angle about carrier arm: ± 160°
Stroke: ± 300 mm
Carrier arm Length: 500 mm
Weight approx. 34 kg
(including microscope and
illumination)

Fig. 91: Dimensions of


S100 suspension system 600 500 mm 600 mm

275 mm
* 330 mm

±300 mm
± 160°

* With 350 mm xenon illumination system.

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S100 support unit 950

Component Features
Suspension arm Length: 950 mm
Swivel angle about carrier arm: ± 160°
Stroke: ± 400 mm
Carrier arm Length: 500 mm
Weight approx. 35kg
(including microscope and
illumination)

Fig. 92: Dimensions of


S100 suspension system 950

500 mm 950 mm
* 330 mm

425 mm

± 400 mm
± 160°

* With 350 mm xenon illumination system.

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S100 support unit Atmos

Component Features
Suspension arm Length: 950 mm
Swivel angle about carrier arm: 150°
Stroke: ± 400 mm
Carrier arm Length: 500 mm
Installation height 1570 mm in horizontal position
(recommended)
Weight (including approx. 25 kg
microscope)

Fig. 93: Dimensional drawing


S100 support unit Atmos 500 mm 950 mm

275 mm

± 400 mm
± 150°

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Connectors and illumination

Component Features
Power connection Only connect the system to wall outlets which
are provided with a properly connected pro-
tective ground conductor.
Rated voltage 115 V~ (100 - 120 V~)
220 VAC (230 - 240 VAC)
Rated frequency 50 - 60 Hz
Electrical outputs SD USB socket for USB stick (optional)
video control units
DV interface IEEE 1394 (fireWire) output port
(optional)
Video output port Y/C
Video output BNC
Remote socket
External switching contact input
Electrical outputs HD Video output HDMI
video control units
Video output YPbPr
Video output BNC
Remote port
External switching contact input
Halogen illumination system
Current consumption 115 V ~ max. 2.0 A
230 V ~ max. 1.0 A
Fiber optic illumination 12 V, 100 W halogen lamp,
Backup lamp can be manually swung into beam
path
Fuses Fuse link
115 V ~ T 6.3 A/H 250 V
230 V ~ T 3.15 A/H 250 V
Xenon illumination system
Current consumption 115 V ~ max. 5.0 A
230 V ~ max. 2.5 A

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Component Features
Fiber optic illumination Xenon short-arc reflector lamp,
Color temperature: approx. 5000 K
Rated power: approx. 180 W
Backup lamp can be manually swung into beam
path
Fuses Automatic circuit breaker

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EMC (electromagnetic compatibility)

When using the device, the EMC precautions specified below must be ob-
served.
• Only use spare parts approved by Carl Zeiss for this device.
• Do not use any portable or mobile RF communication equipment in the
vicinity of the device as this may impair the device's function.
• Do not use a mobile phone in the vicinity of the equipment because the
radio interference can cause the equipment to malfunction. The effects of
radio interference on medical equipment depend on a number of various
factors and are therefore entirely unforeseeable.
• Please note the EMC guidelines on the following pages.

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Electromagnetic interference

The S100 / OPMI® pico is intended for operation in an electromagnetic envi-


ronment as specified below. The customer or the user of S100 / OPMI® pico
is responsible for ensuring that the device is operated in such an environment.

Interference measure- Compliance Electromagnetic environment - guidelines


ments
RF emissions as per CISPR11 Group 1 The S100 / OPMI® pico uses RF energy only for its in-
ternal functions. As a result, RF emissions are very low
and unlikely to cause any interference in nearby elec-
tronic devices.
RF emissions as per CISPR11 Class B The S100 / OPMI® pico is suitable for use in all facili-
ties including locations in residential environments
Harmonic emissions as per EN Class A
and those directly connected to the public power
61000-3-2
supply network which also supplies buildings used for
Emission of voltage fluctua- Compliant residential purposes.
tions/flicker as per EN 61000-
3-3

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Electromagnetic immunity for ME equipment and ME systems

The S100 / OPMI® pico is intended for operation in an electromagnetic envi-


ronment as specified below. The customer or the user of the S100 / OPMI®
pico is responsible for ensuring that the device is operated in such an environ-
ment.

Immunity IEC 60601 - Compliance level Electromagnetic environment -


tests test level guidelines
Electrostatic dis- ±6 kV ±6 kV Floors should be made of wood or con-
charge (ESD) as per contact discharge contact discharge crete or be covered with ceramic tiles.
IEC 61000-4-2 If the flooring contains synthetic mate-
±8 kV air discharge ±8 kV
rials, the relative humidity must be at
air discharge
least 30%.
Fast transient/burst ±2 kV for ±2 kV for The quality of the supply voltage
immunity as per IEC power supply lines power supply lines should be that of a typical business or
61000-4-4 hospital environment.
±1 kV for ±1 kV for
input/output lines input/output lines
Surges as per IEC ± 1 kV phase-to- ± 1 kV phase-to- The quality of the supply voltage
61000-4-5 neutral voltage neutral voltage should be that of a typical business or
hospital environment.
± 2 kV phase/neutral ± 2 kV phase/neutral
to ground voltage to ground voltage
Voltage dips, short < 5 % UT < 5 % UT The quality of the supply voltage
interruptions and (> 95 % dip of UT) (> 95 % dip of UT) should be that of a typical business or
voltage variations as for 0.5 cycle for 0.5 cycle hospital environment. If the user of
per IEC 61000-4-11 S100 / OPMI® pico requires continued
function even in the event of interrup-
40 % UT 40 % UT
tions in the power supply, we recom-
(60 % dip of UT) for (60 % dip of UT) for
mend to power the device from S100 /
5 cycles 5 cycles
OPMI® pico an uninterruptible power
supply or a battery.
70 % UT 70 % UT
(30 % dip of UT) for (30 % dip of UT) for
25 cycles 25 cycles

< 5 % UT < 5 % UT
(95 % dip of UT) for (95 % dip of UT) for
5s 5s

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Immunity IEC 60601 - Compliance level Electromagnetic environment -


tests test level guidelines
Power frequency 3 A/m 3 A/m Power frequency magnetic fields
(50/60Hz) magnetic should be at levels typical of business
field as per IEC and hospital environments.
61000-4-8
NOTE: UT is the AC supply voltage prior to application of the test level.

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Electromagnetic immunity for non-life-supporting ME equipment


and ME systems

The S100 / OPMI® pico is intended for operation in an electromagnetic envi-


ronment as specified below. The customer or the user of the S100 / OPMI®
pico is responsible for ensuring that the device is operated in such an environ-
ment.

Immunity IEC 60601 - Compliance Electromagnetic environment -


tests test level level guidelines
Portable and mobile radio communication
equipment should not be used closer to the
S100 / OPMI® pico, including cables, than the
recommended safety distance that is calcu-
lated using the equation applicable to the
transmission frequency involved.
Recommended safety distance:
Conducted RF dis- 3 Veffective value 3V
d = 1, 17 P
turbances as per
150 kHz to 80 MHz
EN 61000-4-6
Radiated RF distur- 3 Veffective value 3 V/m d = 1, 17 P for 80 MHz to 800 MHz
bances as per EN
80 MHz to 2.5 GHz
61000-4-6 d = 2, 33 P for 800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
where P is the output power rating of the
transmitter in watts (W) according to the
transmitter manufacturer's specifications and
d is the recommended safety distance in me-
ters (m).
Field strengths from stationary RF transmit-
ters, as determined by a site surveya, should
be less than the compliance level in all fre-
quency ranges.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.

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Immunity IEC 60601 - Compliance Electromagnetic environment -


tests test level level guidelines
Note 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is influ-
enced by absorption and reflection by structures, objects and persons.
a Field strengths of stationary transmitters such as base stations for mobile telephones and mobile land radio
equipment, amateur radio stations, AM and FM radio broadcast and TV broadcast transmitters cannot be
theoretically predicted accurately. To assess the electromagnetic environment with respect to stationary RF
transmitters, a site study of the electromagnetic phenomena should be considered. If the measured field
strength in the location where the device is used exceeds the compliance levels indicated above, the device
should be monitored to verify normal operation. If abnormal performance is observed, additional measures
may be necessary, such as re-orienting or relocating the ME equipment or ME system.
b Field strengths should be less than 3 V/m over the frequency range from 150 kHz to 80 MHz.

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Recommended safety distances between portable and mobile


RF communication equipment and the S100 / OPMI® pico

The S100 / OPMI® pico is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment


in which RF disturbances are controlled. The customer or the user of S100 /
OPMI® pico can help prevent electromagnetic interference by maintaining a
minimum distance between portable and mobile RF communication equip-
ment (transmitters) and the S100 / OPMI® pico, depending on the output
power of the communication equipment as specified below.

Rated output power of Separation distance depending on transmission frequency [m]


transmitter [W]
150 KHz to 80 MHz 80 MHz to 800 MHz 800 MHz to 2.5 GHz

d = 1, 17 P d = 1, 17 P d = 2, 33 P

0.01 0.12 0.12 0.23


0.1 0.37 0.37 0.74
1 1.17 1.17 2.33
10 3.69 3.69 7.38
100 11.67 11.67 23.33
For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended separation distance
d in meters (m) can be determined using the equation indicated for each column, with P being the maximum
output power rating of the transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer's specifica-
tions.
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
influenced by absorption and reflection by structures, objects and persons.

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System upgrades

The device S100 / OPMI® pico can be upgraded to an already verified system
with the accessories offered by Carl Zeiss (please refer to the order data). This
device combination is approved by Carl Zeiss.
Additional devices that are connected to electronic medical devices shall
comply with the relevant standards and guidelines
(for example IEC 60950 for data processing devices).
Furthermore, any configurations shall comply with normative requirements
for electronic medical devices /please refer to IEC 60601-1-1:2000 or IEC
60601-1:2005, chapter 16).
The one who is connecting additional devices to electronic medical devices
acts as system configurer and is responsible for the system complying with the
normative requirements for electronic medical devices.
Please note that local legislation takes priority over the above-mentioned nor-
mative requirements. If you have any questions, please contact your local
dealer or Carl Zeiss Service.

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Ordering data

Only operate the system with the accessories included in the delivery package
and approved by Carl Zeiss. You will find the contact responsible for orders in
your country on this website:
www.meditec.zeiss.com

The product configurations, accessories and spare parts that are applicable for
authorized Carl Zeiss partners are stipulated by contract.
For more information, please contact your authorized Carl Zeiss partner.

Illumination
Description Order No.
12 V, 100 W halogen lamp 380079-9040-000
Tinted UV protective eyewear 000000-0480-028
N-xenon lamp module incl. 2 xenon lamps in trans- 304977-9036-700
port case for Superlux 180

Couplings

Description Cat. No.


120° coupling for S100 suspension system 000000-1080-351

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Tubes

Description Order No.


Sleeve for inclined and straight tubes 305542-0107-000
Straight binocular tube, f = 170 mm 303765-0000-000
45° inclined binocular tube 303784-0000-000
180° swiveling binocular tube 303791-0000-000
180° swiveling binocular tube, f = 200 mm 303792-0000-000
Folded tube f170/f260 incl. Rotate and PROMAG 303771-9020-000
(not for operation with mouth switch)

Eyepieces
Description Cat. No.
10x push-in widefield eyepiece 305542-0000-000
12.5x push-in widefield eyepiece, asph. 305543-9901-000

Objective lenses

Description Cat. No.


Focusing objective lens, f = 200 mm 000000-1159-867
Focusing objective lens, f = 250 mm 000000-1160-302
Focusing objective lens, f = 300 mm 000000-1176-319
Objective lens, f = 200 mm 305132-0000-000
Objective lens, f = 250 mm 305705-0000-000
Objective lens, f = 300 mm 305137-0000-000
Objective lens, f = 350 mm 305707-0000-000
Objective lens, f = 400 mm 305146-0000-000

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Hand grips

Description Cat. No.


Hand grip, complete, on the rear 000000-1058-010
Hand grip, complete, on the front 000000-1057-543
Comfort grips for OPMI pico 303335-9006-000
T-shaped grip, complete 000000-1074-244

Splash protection
Description Cat. No.
Drape adapter ring for VisionGuard 000000-1366-769
VisionGuard replacement lenses (sterile, 20/box) 306001-0000-000
Vision Guard lens protector (non-sterile, 10/box) 306002-0000-000

Asepsis
Description Quantity Cat. No.
Sterile hand grip sleeves for OPMI pico 2 pairs 305810-9004-000
Sterile hand grips (rotatable through 360°) pack of 2 305810-9016-000
12 mm asepsis caps pack of 6 305810-9002-000
22 mm asepsis caps pack of 6 305810-9001-000
Asepsis caps PD 180° tiltable tube pack of 6 305810-9003-000
27 mm asepsis caps pack of 6 305810-9008-000
49 mm asepsis caps pack of 2 305810-9007-000

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Video accessories
Video accessories can be found in the separate product overview G-30-1888.

Standard video accessories for integrated cameras

Description Order No.


USB memory stick 000000-0458-366
DV cable with 4/6-pin universal adapter 308203-3030-000
S-VHS video connecting cable, 2 m 301687-9102-000
S-VHS cable, 2 x 4 pins, male-male 5 m 000000-0300-281
Component HD YPbPr cable, 10m 308203-3080-000
Y/C cable, 10 m 308203-3070-000
DVI monitor cable, 2 m 308203-3020-000
HD cable HDMI to DVI 5 m 308203-1070-000

Foot switch

Description Cat. No.


Foot switch, 10 m 000000-1179-860

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Instrument tray and monitor bracket on the S100 floor stand

Description Cat. No.


Device tray for S100 308202-9160-000
Touchscreen monitor bracket 308202-9150-000
Cable cover 000000-1300-879

Accessories

Description Cat. No.


Beam splitter 50 301503-9902-000
Angled optics without documentation port 000000-1099-230
Angled optics with side port for documentation 000000-1079-239
modules
Rotatable dovetail mount for binocular tubes 301007-0000-000
Adapter with double iris diaphragm 303354-0000-000

Spare parts and cleaning

Description Order No.


Dust cover, blue with Zeiss logo 000000-1055-278
Optics cleaning set 000000-1216-071
3.15 A fuse + drawer 000000-1102-199
Fuse 6,3A + KEA drawer 000000-1102-202

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Retrofit kits: Upgrade kits


We recommend the following upgrade kits:

Description Order No.


UC: MORA interface 303950-9001-500
UC: MORA interface with lateral output port 303950-9002-500
for documentation accessories
UC Integrated MediLive Primo PAL 000000-1201-637
for OPMI pico Dental
UC Integrated MediLive Primo NTSC 000000-1326-939
for OPMI pico Dental
UC Integrated MediLive Primo PAL 000000-1326-937
for OPMI pico ENT
UC Integrated MediLive Primo NTSC 000000-1326-938
for OPMI pico ENT
UC Superlux xenon illumination for S100 stand 000000-1326-941
UC HD 1080P video camera and control unit for in- 308203-1060-500
tegration in S100 / OPMI pico
Upgrade of 720p to 1080p - service kit 308203-1090-700
Potential equalization service kit 304977-9033-500

These upgrade kits require a service call which must be coordinated with your
local Carl Zeiss service partner.

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Environmental conditions

For operation

Property Permissible range


Temperature
without HD camera + 10 °C ... + 40 °C
with HD camera + 10 °C ... + 35 °C
Rel. humidity 30 % ... 75 %

For transportation and storage

Feature Admissible range


Temperature - 40 °C ... + 70 °C
Rel. humidity 10 % ... 90 %
(without condensa-
tion)
Air pressure 500 hPa ... 1060 hPa

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Symbols for transportation and storage

Symbol Meaning
This way up
Indicates the correct upright position of the
package.
Fragile, handle with care

Keep dry

Do not stack

Permissible temperature range


Temperature limits for storage and operation
Number of packaging units

1
Permissible range of relative humidity
Humidity limits for storage and operation
Permissible range of air pressure
Air pressure limits for storage and operation

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Regulatory information

Devices: S100 / OPMI® pico (Floor stand)(000000-1403-542)


S100 / OPMI® pico (Wall mount)(000000-1403-544)
S100 / OPMI® pico (Ceiling mount) (000000-1403-572)
S100 / OPMI® pico (Centro suspension system) (000000-1403-573)
S100 / OPMI® pico (Support unit) (000000-1420-191)

Electrical safety The medical device complies with the requirements


according to
– IEC 60601-1:2005,
– IEC 601-1:1988+A1:1991+A2:1995,
– CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 601.1
Classification according to safety degree against
electrical shock: Protection class 1
Protection type (according to IEC 60529): IP X0
Electromagnetic com- According to IEC 60601-1-2:2007 the medical de-
patibility vice belongs to class B (according to IEC 61000-3-
2).
Classification According to annex IX of the Medical Products Di-
rective 93/42/ECC the medical device belongs to
class I.
CE label The medical device fulfills the basic requirements
according to annex I of the Medical Products Direc-
tive 93/42/ECC.
According to annex XII of the Medical Products Di-
rective 93/42/ECC the medical device is labeled
with

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Devices S100 / OPMI® pico (Support unit for secondary light source) (000000-1095-
094)
S100 / OPMI® pico (Support unit 600) (000000-1781-138)
S100 / OPMI® pico (Support unit 950) (000000-1781-141)
S100 / OPMI® pico (Support unit Atmos) (000000-1080-349)

Electrical safety The medical device complies with the requirements


according to
– IEC 60601-1:2005,
– IEC 601-1:1988+A1:1991+A2:1995,
Classification according to safety degree against
electrical shock: Protection class 1
Protection type (according to IEC 60529): IP X0
Electromagnetic com- According to IEC 60601-1-2:2007 the medical de-
patibility vice belongs to class B (according to IEC 61000-3-
2).
Classification According to annex IX of the Medical Products Di-
rective 93/42/ECC the medical device belongs to
class I.
CE label The medical device fulfills the basic requirements
according to annex I of the Medical Products Direc-
tive 93/42/ECC.
According to annex XII of the Medical Products Di-
rective 93/42/ECC the medical device is labeled
with

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Indexes

List of technical terms

Term Explanation
Apochromatic optics Optical system with maximum correction of chro-
matic aberration
Drapes Sterile covers for surgical microscopes
FlexioStill Adapter for the attachment of digital compact
cameras to Carl Zeiss surgical microscopes
FlexioMotion Adapter for the attachment of camcorders to Carl
Zeiss surgical microscopes
Interlace (i) In interlace mode, the even and uneven-numbered
lines are alternatively set up. Todays video stand-
ards are based on this procedure.
MediLive Primo Documentation system for Carl Zeiss surgical mi-
croscopes for all disciplines
MediLive Trio Dent Video camera system for documentation purposes
on Carl Zeiss surgical microscopes
MEDIALINK 100 Documentation system for data recording and
output
Pico HD Integrated high-resolution video camera for the
OPMI pico
Progressive (p) In Progressive mode, images are displayed in full
frames. This way, the line structure cannot be rec-
ognized and interline flicker is prevented.
Radiation intensity Radiation incident or emitted at right angles per
unit time and unit area.
TRIO 610 with Video camera system for documentation purposes
CCU TRIO 600 on Carl Zeiss surgical microscopes
VisionGuard Lens guard for Carl Zeiss surgical microscopes

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List of abbreviations

Term Explanation
AG Aktiengesellschaft (German acronym for "stock
company")
BEV German acronym for "special emergency backup
power supply"
BNC Bayonet Neill Concelmann
(coaxial bayonet-locking connector for high fre-
quencies, named after its inventor)
CCU Camera Control Unit
(Video camera control unit)
CE Communauté Européenne (European Community)
- The manufacturer declares that the device com-
plies with the directives of the European Union.
DIN Deutsches Institut für Normung (German stand-
ards association)
D Diopter (dioptric power of optical systems)
DVI Digital Video Interface
(digital interface for video data)
EMC Electromagnetic Compatibility - defines non-inter-
ference of electrical and electronic devices with
their environment
EN European Norm (European Standard)
H Breaking capacity of the instrument fuse
HD High Definition
(providing high resolution)
HDMI High Definition Multimedia Interface
(digital interface for video and audio data)
RF Radio frequency
i interlace (see technical term index)
IEC International Electrotechnical Commission
IOL Intraocularlens - artificial lens for the eye

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JPEG JPEG File Interchange Format
(file format for the storage of images)
LED Light Emitting Diode
(LED)
NTSC National Television Systems Committee
(US institution defining the first color television
standard)
OR Surgical operation
OPMI Surgical microscope
PAL Phase Alternating Line
(color encoding system in analog TV systems)
p progressive (see technical term index)
PD Pupillary distance
SD Standard Definition
SDTV Standard Definition TeleVision
(TV standard providing a lower resolution than
HDTV, e.g. PAL or NTSC)
T* T* multi-coating - minimizes reflection
TIFF Tagged Image File Format
(file format for the storage of images)
UV UltraViolet
VESA Video Electronics Standards Association
(Device to mount flat screen monitors on the wall
or ceiling in accordance with the VESA standard.
Y/C Analog interface that transmits separate brightness
signals (luminance Y) and color signals (chromi-
nance C).
YPbPr Color model that transmits brightness information
Y and color difference information Pb and Pr sep-
arately.

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Keyword index

Numerics

1080 Mode
Interlace ......................................................................................207
Progressive ..................................................................................207
720 Mode ..............................................................................................207

Accessing the configuration menu ..........................................................188


Address of manufacturer ............................................................................3
Adjusting the color saturation (chroma) ..................................................200
Adjusting the eyepieces ..........................................................................120
Adjusting the flat screen monitor bracket ...............................................138
Adjusting the interocular distance ...........................................................120
Adjustment screw .....................................................................................84
Advanced submenu, HD video ................................................................197
After every use .........................................................................................17
Air grid ...............................................................................................86, 90
Ambient requirements ..............................................................................12
Annular diaphragm ...................................................................................78
Anti-fogging agent
...................................................................................................112
Application variant
Dentistry .....................................................................................214
ENT .............................................................................................214
Neuro/Spine ................................................................................214
Ophthalmology ...........................................................................214
Asepsis sets ............................................................................................142
Automatic (automatic brightness control) ...............................................218

Backup lamp is in use ...............................................................................90


Balance setting .......................................................................................141
Balance setting adjustment screw .............................................................84
Balance setting, adjustment screw ............................................................84
Balancing the suspension arm .................................................................118
Black Level submenu, HD video ..............................................................200
Blue submenu, HD video ........................................................................199
Brightness ................................................................................................94
Brightness HD video ...............................................................................218
Brightness SD video ................................................................................155

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Brightness setting ...............................................................................86, 90


Brightness sub menu SD Video .......................................................160, 192
Burn injuries caused by illumination intensity ............................................20

Cable cover .............................................................................................136


Camera head ............................................................................................98
Camera head, connector ...........................................................................98
Changing the halogen lamp ....................................................................236
CHROMA ................................................................................................200
Chroma sub menu SD Video ...................................................................164
Chroma submenu, HD video ...................................................................200
Color Angle submenu, HD video .............................................................200
Comfort hand grips .................................................................................111
config SD Video ......................................................................................157
Configuration menu SD video .................................................................157
Configuration menu, HD video ................................................................206
Configuring the foot-switch ....................................................................203
Confirm Delete .......................................................................................172
Connection possibilities (examples) .........................................................128
Connections ............................................................................................124
Connector for camera head ......................................................................98
Connector panel
Halogen light source .....................................................................88
Xenon light source ........................................................................92
Control keys ............................................................................................152
Controls
Tubes ............................................................................................75
Widefield eyepieces .......................................................................76
Controls and connections .........................................................................72
Correcting the black level ........................................................................200
Correcting the zoom level .......................................................................201
Coupler socket ..........................................................................................88
Coupling, 120° .........................................................................................84
Cover cap .................................................................................................72

Date and Time ........................................................................................175


Date and Time sub menu SD video .........................................................175
Delete all ................................................................................................172
Delete images .........................................................................................182
Delete Mode sub menu SD video ............................................................172
Diopters
Scale .............................................................................................76
Setting ring ...................................................................................76

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Display window for rated voltage .............................................................88


Disposal symbol ..................................................................................50, 54
Documentation and display device .........................................................102
Documentation unit on S100 floor stand (option) ...................................102
Documentation workstation ...................................................................102
Drapes ....................................................................................................142
Dust cover ................................................................................................72
DVI/HDMI OUTPUT submenu, HD video ..................................................210

Electrical
safety ............................................................................................12
Electrical connections, making ................................................................136
Electrical standard ..................................................................................246
Electrician ...............................................................................................136
EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) .......................................................258
Emergency backup power supply .............................................................12
Enter key ..........................................................................................96, 152
Entering a file name for images ..............................................................182
Ergonomic position .................................................................................132
Exposure measurement ..........................................................................194
Eyecup .....................................................................................................76
Eyepiece optics, fog-free .........................................................................112
Eyepieces
technical data .............................................................................246

Factory setting ........................................................................................166


Factory Settings ......................................................................................204
Factory settings ......................................................................................166
Factory Settings sub menu SD video .......................................................166
Factory Settings submenu, HD video .......................................................204
Failure of a function ...............................................................................147
Field of application ...................................................................................10
File name entry .......................................................................................176
File Name sub menu SD video ................................................................176
Filter selection ..........................................................................................72
First use ....................................................................................................15
Flap ..........................................................................................................86
Flat screen holder as individual component ............................................102
Flat screen holder on S100 floor stand ....................................................102
Focusing range .......................................................................................246
Fogging of optical surfaces .....................................................................112
Freeze / 2. Store .....................................................................................168
Freeze key ..............................................................................................156

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Friction adjustment button ........................................................................72


Full frames ..............................................................................................207
Fuse ........................................................................................................240
Fuse change ...........................................................................................240
Fuse rating ..............................................................................................240

Halogen illumination system .....................................................................86


Hazard symbols ..........................................................................................9
HDTV sub menu SD Video .......................................................................207
Hex key ...................................................................................................132
Holes for fastening accessories .................................................................72

Illuminated field diameter .......................................................................246


Illumination off .........................................................................................84
Image ...............................................................................................96, 182
freeze (freeze frame) ...................................................................204
rotate 180° .................................................................................204
Image data storage (optional) .................................................................178
Image menu SD Video ............................................................................156
Image orientation ...................................................................................196
Image Orientation sub menu SD video ....................................................165
Image overview - Index (option of the image data storage) .....................182
image, HD video .....................................................................................219
Images per burning process ....................................................................174
Images, selection and viewing ................................................................182
Indicator light ...........................................................................................94
Information symbols ...................................................................................9
Instant Storage .......................................................................................168
Instrument tray as individual component ................................................102
Instrument tray on S100 floor stand .......................................................102
Intended use .............................................................................................10

JPEG / TIFF Files .......................................................................................170


JPEG format ............................................................................................170

Key functions of the camera control unit (CCU) .........................................94


Key to symbols ...........................................................................................9

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Lamp failure
Halogen ......................................................................................222
xenon .........................................................................................224
Lamp module ...........................................................................................86
Lamp module, change of ........................................................................238
Legal regulations ......................................................................................12
Letterbox ................................................................................................211
Light guide socket ..............................................................................88, 92
Light guide, socket .......................................................................72, 88, 92
Light Source submenu, HD video ............................................................213
Lightmeter sub menu SD Video ......................................................162, 194
Line fuses ...............................................................................................240
live .........................................................................................................156
Live video image, HD video .....................................................................219
Locking pedal ...........................................................................................84
Locking screws .......................................................................................132
Low Light Auto (semi-automatic brightness setting) ...............................218

Magnification ...................................................................................72, 246


Magnification changer ..............................................................................72
Magnification factor ...............................................................................246
Manual ...........................................................................................155, 160
Manual (manual brightness setting) ........................................................218
Manual switching to the backup lamp ................................................86, 90
Manufacturer .............................................................................................3
Manufacturer’s address ..............................................................................3
Maximum load
flat screen monitor bracket ...........................................................30
instrument tray .............................................................................30
MediLive? ImageBox ...............................................................................102
MediLive? MindStream ...........................................................................102
Menu display ..........................................................................................185
Menu HD video
Advanced ....................................................................................197
Black Level ..................................................................................200
Blue ............................................................................................199
Chroma .......................................................................................200
Color Angle .................................................................................200
Configuration menu ....................................................................206
DVI/HDMI OUTPUT .....................................................................210
Factory Settings ..........................................................................204
Light Source ................................................................................213
Orientation .................................................................................196

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PAL / NTSC Selection ...................................................................212


Peak / Average ............................................................................201
Red .............................................................................................199
SDTV Format ...............................................................................211
Service ........................................................................................203
User ............................................................................................190
Version Information .....................................................................205
Zoom Level ..................................................................................201
Menu SD Video
Brightness ...........................................................................160, 192
Chroma .......................................................................................164
Configuration menu ....................................................................157
Date and Time .............................................................................175
HDTV ..........................................................................................207
Lightmeter ..........................................................................162, 194
User ............................................................................................159
Menu SD video
Delete Mode ...............................................................................172
Factory Settings ...........................................................................166
File Name ....................................................................................176
Image Orientation .......................................................................165
Record Mode ..............................................................................170
Remote Control ...........................................................................168
Remote Setup ..............................................................................203
Storage Space .............................................................................174
Mobile phones ........................................................................................258
Mobility adjustment screw ........................................................................84
Mounting the hand grips ........................................................................111
Moving Subject (Low Res) .......................................................................170
Multiple socket (without switch) .............................................................136

Navigation ..............................................................................................185
Navigation using the control keys ...........................................................152
No Confirm .............................................................................................172
No Confirmation .....................................................................................172
Normal use ...............................................................................................10
Number of images ..................................................................................174

Object lens ...............................................................................................72


Object lens focal length ..........................................................................246
Open lamp module .............................................................................86, 90
Operating instructions for image data storage (optional) .........................180
OPMI pico with MORA coupling ...............................................................78

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Optical surfaces ......................................................................................112


Optical surfaces, cleaning .......................................................................241
Orientation submenu, HD video ..............................................................196

PAL / NTSC Selection submenu HD video ................................................212


PC connection (DV/USB memory option) .................................................130
Peak / Average submenu, HD video ........................................................201
Performing the white balance SD video ..................................................154
Potential equalization .........................................................................88, 92
Power switch ......................................................................................88, 92
Powering the system up/down ...............................................................146
Procedure ...............................................................................................150
Protective ground conductor ....................................................................15
Protective ground conductor, properly connected ..................................136

Rated voltage, display window .................................................................88


Rating label ..............................................28, 34, 38, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 54
Record Mode sub menu SD video ...........................................................170
Red submenu, HD video .........................................................................199
Remote (AUX)socket(HD) ..........................................................................98
Remote (AUX)socket(MVCU) .....................................................................98
Remote (AUX)socket(MVCUD) ..................................................................98
Remote Control sub menu SD video .......................................................168
Remote Setup .........................................................................................203
Remote Setup sub menu HD video .........................................................203
Remote Sound ........................................................................................168
Remote switch on Remote input .............................................................168
Reset
User ............................................................................................205
Reset Camera .........................................................................................205
Resolution
1280 x 720 .................................................................................207
1920 x 1080 ...............................................................................207
Retrofit kits .............................................................................................268
Routing the cable ...................................................................................136

S100 floor stand with documentation and display device .......................102


Safety
Devices .........................................................................................22
Safety check ...........................................................................................235
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Halogen light source .....................................................................22


Xenon light source ........................................................................23
SDTV Format submenu, HD video ...........................................................211
Securing screw .........................................................................................72
Select cursor keys .............................................................................96, 152
Service ....................................................................................................136
Service submenu, HD video .....................................................................203
Setting brightness SD video ............................................................155, 218
Side-Cut ..................................................................................................211
SIP label ......................................................................28, 34, 38, 42, 44, 46
Standby position (illumination off) ............................................................84
Sterilization .............................................................................................242
Still / Moving Subject ..............................................................................170
Still Subject (High Res) ............................................................................170
Storage space .........................................................................................174
Storage Space sub menu SD video ..........................................................174
Store Method .........................................................................................168
Strain relief device ..............................................................................88, 92
Supply unit ...............................................................................................84
Support arm .............................................................................................84
Surgical microscope
Adjustment .................................................................................120
Configuration ..............................................................................106
Suspension arm ........................................................................................84
Symbols and labels on the device ..............................................................24
System overview .................................................................................63, 64

Target group .............................................................................................10


Terminating resistor ..................................................................................98
Test image ......................................................................................152, 185
TIFF format .............................................................................................170
Time .......................................................................................................175
Touchscreen ...........................................................................................102
Trademarks .................................................................................................2
Transport ..................................................................................................13
Transport position .....................................................................................30
Tube and eyepieces for main microscope ................................................110
Tubes, technical data ..............................................................................246

Upgrade components .............................................................................268


User
Anterior .......................................................................................214
Endodonty ..................................................................................214

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Posterior .....................................................................................214
Treatment ...................................................................................214
User sub menu SD Video ........................................................................159
User submenu, HD video ........................................................................190

Version Information submenu, HD video ................................................205


Video camera, connecting ......................................................................126
Video connection socket ..........................................................................72
Video connection, socket .........................................................................72
Video signal output BNC (VBS) ..................................................................98
Video signal output Y/C ............................................................................98

Wall flange ...............................................................................................84


Wall mount ..............................................................................................84
Weight ...................................................................................................246
White balance ..........................................................................................94
White balance (white bal) HD video ........................................................216

Xenon illumination system ........................................................................90


Xenon lamp module, change of ..............................................................238

Zoom Level .............................................................................................201


Zoom Level submenu, HD video .............................................................201

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