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ASSEMBLY AND

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

CAYENNE XTT

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Introduction
Your tanning unit is designed to the latest technical and safety standards.
However, there is a risk of danger if the unit is operated by people who have
not been instructed or trained in its use or if it is used in a way other than that
which was intended. Therefore all persons concerned with the assembly, start-
up, operation, maintenance and repair of the unit must first read and understand
the operating instructions and especially the safety instructions. It is imperative
that you and your staff are instructed by the technical adviser before the first
use of the unit. Should any technical problems occur with your equipment,
contrary to expectations, please contact our Customer Service or your dealer.

TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE

1 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................. 4-5
1.1 Before start-up ............................................................................................ 4
1.2 Initial operation of the unit ......................................................................... 4
1.3 Potential dangers ........................................................................................ 4
1.4 Intended use ........................................................................................... 4-5
1.5 Product liability ............................................................................................ 5
1.6 Conduct in case of emergency ............................................................... 5
1.7 Explanation of danger symbols ................................................................. 5
1.8 Position of the user ...................................................................................... 5

INFORMATION FOR STUDIO STAFF
2 OPERATING .............................................................................................. 5-7
2.1 Equipment - New and proven features ................................................ 5-6
2.2 Starting ......................................................................................................... 6
2.3 On the bed .................................................................................................. 6
2.3.1 Interior control panel .............................................................................. 6-7
2.3.2 Interior control panel – BREEZE model ....................................................... 7
2.4 Cleaning the acrylic panels ....................................................................... 7

INFORMATION FOR THE OPERATOR
3 START-UP ...................................................................................................... 8
3.1 Important information! To be read by everyone! ................................... 8
3.2 Before start-up ............................................................................................ 8
3.3 Initial operation of the unit ......................................................................... 8

4 CLEANING – IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE OPERATOR ............. 8-9

5 KNOW HOW FOR THE OPERATOR ........................................................ 10-12
5.1 Service module – ONLY FOR MODELS WITH BREEZE .............................. 10
5.1.1 Service module (operating hours, exclamation mark on display) ........... 10
5.1.2 Use of the service module ...................................................................... 10
5.1.3 Subprograms of the service module ................................................ 10-11
5.1.4 Overview of the possible settings ..................................................... 11-12
5.2 Audio system (models with loudspeakers only) ..................................... 12

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TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE
6 SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE ............................................................. 13-19
6.1 Replacing acrylic panels ......................................................................... 13
6.1.1 Acrylic panel bed/side tanner ........................................................... 13-14
6.1.2 Acrylic panel canopy .............................................................................. 14
6.2 Servicing the high pressure lamp ...................................................... 14-15
6.2.1 Replacing high pressure lamp in canopy ......................................... 15-16
6.3 Replacing lamps ...................................................................................... 16
6.3.1 Replacing the long sunlamp ................................................................... 16
6.3.2 Replacing the illumination lamps ....................................................... 16-17
6.3.3 Canopy lighting effect light .................................................................... 17
6.3.4 uwe logo light in the centre of the canopy ...................................... 17-18
6.4 Replacing filter mats ................................................................................ 18
6.4.1 Filter mats in the base unit ....................................................................... 18
6.4.2 Filter mats in the canopy .................................................................... 18-19
6.5 Stay in the retaining brackets ................................................................. 19
6.6 Replacing the BREEZE module ................................................................ 19

7 TIPS FOR TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................... 20
8 DISPOSAL ................................................................................................... 20

INFORMATION FOR THE ENGINEER AND UWE PERSONNEL
9 INSTALLATION OF THE PROFI UNIT ....................................................... 21-31
9.1 Installation site and delivery state .......................................................... 21
9.2 Installation and assembly ........................................................................ 21
9.2.1 Dismantling the bed ............................................................................ 21-22
9.2.2 Dismantling the boards and air conditioning unit .................................. 22
(if applicable)
9.2.3 Dismantling the side tanner ..................................................................... 22
9.2.4 Dismantling the air extraction unit .......................................................... 23
9.2.5 Dismantling the housing parts ................................................................. 23
9.2.6 Dismantling the canopy ..................................................................... 23-24
9.2.7 Dismantling the base unit ........................................................................ 24
9.2.8 Installing the air extraction flue ............................................................... 24
9.2.9 Assembling the base unit ........................................................................ 24
9.3 Assembling the housing parts ................................................................. 24
9.3.1 Assembling the mounting boards and air conditioner ......................... 25
9.3.2 Assembling the canopy ..................................................................... 25-26
9.3.3 Assembling the side tanner ..................................................................... 26
9.3.4 Assembling the covers in canopy, louvre ........................................ 26-27
and air extraction flue
9.3.5 Connecting the plug connectors .......................................................... 27
9.3.6 Assembling the bed ................................................................................. 28
9.4 Connecting up the air extraction unit .................................................... 29
9.4.1 Accessories for air extraction unit .......................................................... 29
(heatexchanger, air extraction flue)
9.5 Connecting up the plug connections ................................................... 29
9.6 Coin operated timer or central control desk ................................... 29-30
9.7 Retrofitting an air conditioning unit (accessories) ................................. 30

10 TECHNICAL DATA ...................................................................................... 31
10.1 Technical data, dimensions and UV type* ............................................. 31
10,2 Lamp covers (filter discs) ........................................................................ 31

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1 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1.1 Before start-up
The safety and operating instructions must be read and observed before
installation and start-up. It is essential to adhere strictly to the regulations specified
by uwe and the relevant standard authorities.

1.2 Initial operation of the unit
The local safety regulations and the saftey instructions must be observed before
initial operation.

1.3 Potential dangers
Warning!
Ultraviolet (UV) radiation from sun or UV equipment can endanger the eyes
and the skin, causing skin ageing and even lead to skin cancer. These biological
effects depend on the type and quantity of radiation and on the particular
sensitivity of a person’s skin. Excessive sunbathing can cause sunburn. Excessive
exposure to ultraviolet radiation from sunlight or UV equipment may lead to
premature ageing of the skin and also to an increased risk of skin tumors.
Unprotected eyes may become inflames on the surface and in certain
circumstances excessive radiation may damage the retina. Unprotected
sunbathing can cause cataracts. People who are particularly sensitive to UV
light or those using certain medicines or cosmetics at the same time should be
especially careful.

Therefore please adhere strictly to the following safety rules:
High intensity, therefore do not look at the light.
Shut your eyes and always wear the protective goggles provided while sun-
Warning bathing.
Remove cosmetics before starting the tanning session.
Do not apply any kind of sun cream.
Take off all jewellery before each tanning session.
Do not tan the same part of the body again for at least two days; do not
sunbathe outside on the same day.
The unit may not be used by people who get a sunburnt without tanning when
exposed to the sun.
The unit may not be used by people who are suffering from a sunburn.
The unit may not be used by children or people who suffer or have suffered
from skin cancer or are predisposed to it.
A timetable with recommended tanning times and intervals is supplied with
each unit.
Recommended tanning times are only valid for the lamps stipulated by the
manufacturer.
If you are under medical treatment or taking medicine you should first consult
your doctor. Certain medicines and cosmetics may increase sensitivity.
Only use the unit with the doctor’s approval.
If persistent swellings, sore spots or changes in pigmented liver spots or moles
on the skin occur, consult a doctor immediately.
The unit must not be used if the timer is faulty or a filter disc broken.
The recommended tanning time for the first tanning session should not be less
than 1 minute.
The interval between the first and second tanning sessions should be at least 48
hours.

1.4 Intended use
The unit is to be used exclusively indoors for tanning of persons on commercial
premises. The unit may only be used in dry surroundings where there is no risk of
explosion. The premises must be well ventilated. If the unit is operated in a
tanning studio or solarium, the utmost care must be taken to keep both the unit
and the surroundings clean and hygienic. Failure tokeep to these rules will be
deemed to be non-intended use and the manufacturer cannot be held liable
for any subsequent damage; the risk is entirely the responsibility of the user.
Intended use also comprises adherence to the manufacturer’s operating,
service and maintenance instructions. Maintenance and repair work and the
like may only be carried out by uwe Customer Service or by others authorised
by uwe.

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The unit may only be operated by persons who had been instructed how to
use it and informed of the potential risks. The relevant accident prevention
regulations as well as recognised technical and medical safety regulations
must be adhered to. Unauthorised modification of the equipment will exclude
the manufacturer’s liability for any consequential damage. This applies in
particular to damage resulting from the use of lamps or filters not authorised by
uwe.

1.5 Product liability
The user is expressly warned that the equipment may only be used in the manner
intended. Any othe use than that intended is entirely the responsibility of the
user. The manufacturer therefore is free from any liablity.

1.6 Conduct in case of emergency
Unplug the device or turn off the power at the main switch or fuses. Prevent the
device being turned on again unintentionally.

1.7 Explanation of danger symbols
Warning!
All passages in these operating instructions concerning safety are marked
with this symbol.
Warning Please pass on these safety instructions to all other users.

All passages in these operating instructions referring to functionality are mar-
ked with this symbol.
Please observe these instructions to avoid damaging the equipment.
Function

NOTE All remarks in these operating instructions to make things easier to under-
stand are marked with the word Attention.

Figures References to different figures appear in the text.
e.g. The reference (30/2) in the text applies to Figure 30, Item 2.

1.8 Position of the user
In front of the unit or on the bed.

INFORMATION FOR STUDIO STAFF
2 OPERATING
2.1 Equipment – New and proven features

Important information! To be read by everyone!
Information to be passed on to all users.
Function

AIR JET
An air vent is proved in the canopy which allows cool air to be directed over
the upper part of the body.

HEADPHONES SOCKET
Headphones can be plugged into the 3.5 mm diameter socket, allowing you
to listen to the music provided centrally.

LOUDSPEAKERS (Optional)
The sunbed can be equipped with two loudspeakers on demand to listen to
music provided centrally while tanning.

FANS
The fans continue to run for about 6 minutes after the unit has been turned off
(factory setting).

BREAKSAFE
The transparent filter discs in front of the high pressure lamps in the canopy are
protected by a BREAKSAFE device. If one of the filter discs breaks, power is
switched off and the unit can only be restarted after the filter disc has been
replaced. The XTT filter discs on the three high pressure lamps must be checked
visually.

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2.1.1 Models with BREEZE (Optional)
If your tanning unit is a BREEZE model it has additional operating options.

BREEZE
There are two nozzles in the canopy from which a fine atomised spray of distilled,
sterilised water can be sprayed into the tanning area on demand.

INTERACTIVE OPERATION
The intensity of tanning and cooling can be adjusted separately for the body
and face using the internal control panel (two control buttons each).

SERVICE MODULE
The service module facilitates maintenance and inspection of expendable
parts for wear.

2.2 Start
Please observe the timetable.
Do not exceed the tanning time recommended for your type of skin.
It is imperative to avoid sunburn.
Warning Never sunbathe if you are already sunburnt.
Your final tan depends on your type of skin and cannot be deepe-
ned using a sunbed; it can only be preserved.
Keep your eyes closed while sunbathing and always wear the pro-
tective goggles provided.
People who have had eye operations must wear protective gogg-
les.

Starting
1. Place a coin or chip in the coin-operated timer.
The unit automatically starts after the warming-up period, depending on
whether central control desk or coin timer is used.

1 2.3 On the bed
1. Lie on the bed.

Do not rest any part of the body on the edge of the bed to avoid
bruising!
Warning

2. Pull down the canopy using the hand rail which is in easy reach of your left
hand (1/1).

The tanning distance depends on the type of sunbed.
If the tanning session does not start immediately it is due to the warming-up
time. The lamps will turn on automatically at the end of the warming-up period.

Early termination of warming-up period (early start or remote start)
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1. Press the START button (2/1 or 3/1) on the interior control panel. The unit will
switch on immediately (before the end of the warming-up period).

2 1 2 3 2.3.1 Interior control panel

The tanning session can be interrupted any time using the STOP but-
RT ton (2/2 respectively 3/2).
STA

OP
ST

Warning

• STOP and START buttons
You can interrupt the tanning session by pressing the STOP button (2/2 or 3/2)
and restart it using the START button (2/1 or 3/1). (Attention: The high pressure
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lamps only switch on after a cooling down period of about 4 minutes). Tanning
time continues during this interruption, i. e. the display (2/5 or 3/9) continues
counting.
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• Cooling control knob
The control knob (2/3) controls the cooling air supply from the fan at the bed
end and the air valve in the upper canopy area. The small blue LED lamps light
up according to the climate level chosen.

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• Tanning control knob
The control knob (2/4) controls the tanning intensity of the body and face areas.
Depending on the position of the control knob, additional lamps are connected
to the system. The small red LED lamps light up according to the tanning level
chosen.

• Headphone socket
Place the headphone jack of into the socket (2/6 or 3/12) to hear the music
provided centrally.

• Volume control
Adjust the volume of the music using both buttons (2/7 or 3/11) and
(2/8 or 3/10).

• LED display
The two-digit LED display (2/5 or 3/9) counts the time after switching on the
lamps in steps of one minute. It shows how much tanning time has elapsed. At
the end of the tanning period the unit is switched off automatically and the
display shows 0.

If you make no selection, the unit starts with the default settings:
- Tanning level body and face Level 5
- Climate level body and face Level 3
- BREEZE (Optional) OFF
- Volume Medium

3 Interior control panel 2.3.2 Interior control panel, model with BREEZE (Optional)
with BREEZE A BREEZE model has the following additional or modified push-button assignments
compared to those described in 2.3.1.
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• BREEZE button (Optional)
When you press the button with the BREEZE symbol (3/5), a fine atomised spray
RT
of distilled water is sprayed from two nozzles in the canopy area onto the body
and face. During spraying, the button lights up red. As soon as the spraying
STA

OP
ST

cycle is over (time out about 2 minutes), the colour of the button changes to
green (Ready) and you can reactivate the spray.

• Two control knobs for cooling
You can control the preferred tanning environment individually using both
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5 6 control knobs. The knob (3/3) controls the cooling air from the fan at the bed
end and the knob (3/4) controls the cooling air from the air vent in the upper
canopy area. The small blue LED’s light up to indicate the climate setting chosen.
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START
• Two control knobs for tanning
You can regulate the tanning intensity on the body and face separately using
knob (3/6) and knob (3/7). The lamps in the system are turned on depending on
the setting of the knobs. The small red LED’s light up to indicate the tanning
setting chosen.
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2.4 Cleaning of acrylic panel: Do only use uwe cleaning agent!
Always pay great attention to hygiene.
The surface of the bed must be cleaned and sanitised after each
tanning session.
Warning Keep uwe cleaning agent or other cleaning agents out of your eyes.
Do not spray near an open flame.
Do not drink.
Keep out of reach of children.
Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for the cleaning agent and
take the specified activation time into account.
Do not pour liquid onto the unit to ensure that moisture does not
seeping under the panels and damaging the electrics.

Cleaning the acrylic panel (bedplate)
1. Clean the acrylic panel bedplate after each tanning session using uwe
“PICCOBELLO” cleaning agent or Paletti hydro fleece.
2. When using uwe “PICCOBELLO”cleaning agent, spray onto the acrylic panel
and let it sink in for one minute.
3. Then dry it off using a clean cloth.

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INFORMATION FOR THE OPERATOR
3 Start-up
3.1 Important information! To be read by everyone!
Never switch on a defective sunbed.
Please send a copy of the inspection report to DIN VDE 0701 to the uwe Custo-
mer Service Department.
Ensure the maximum permissible room temperature (max. 35°C) is not ex-
ceeded, otherwise the unit may overheat.
Observe the requirements with regard to hygiene.
Provide protective goggles and ensure they are worn.
Point out that the permitted tanning time is dependent on the type of skin.
Make sure the assembly and operating instructions are always available.
Be sure the safety instructions and timetable are clearly visible in the tanning
cubicle.
Use the unit only in the closed state for a longer period of time.
An adhesive label is stuck onto the acrylic panel bed with important informa-
tion in four languages. Read the instructions and then remove the label.

3.2 Before start-up
Safety regulations and operating instructions must be read carefully and taken
into account before installation and start-up.
With BREEZE models, the factory settings can be modified in the service module
within limits (e.g. how long the fan continues running after switching off)
according to your preferences (see Sec. 5.1).

3.3 Initial operation of the unit
All local safety regulations and the safety instructions of the unit must be satisfied
before start-up. Once the unit has been fully assembled, connected to the
electricity supply and the coin-operated timer or the central control unit, it can
be switched on.

4 CLEANING – IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR OPERATOR
Observe the utmost hygiene for the sunbed and its surroundings. Dust deposits
reduce the tanning effect.
Keep cleaning agents away from the eyes!
Do not spray cleaning agent near a naked flame!
Do not drink! Keep out of reach of children!
Do not pour liquid onto the unit to avoid moisture getting inside and affecting
the electrical equipment.
Follow the instructions for the cleaning agents and their activation time speci-
fied by the manufacturer.
There is no liability or warranty if other cleaning agents are used.

• Housing
1. Clean the coated outer surfaces of the unit with a damp cloth, with a little
washing liquid to the water.
2. Do not use scouring agents.
3. Remove persistent dirt using a soft cloth and a bio-degradable cleaning
agent (e.g. neutral soap).

• Acrylic panel
“PICCOBELLO” is suitable for disinfection, deodorisation and daily cleaning of
all kinds of surfaces, especially in tanning studios and gyms. “PICCOBELLO” is
supplied by uwe in concentrated form which has to be diluted with water
before use.

Mixing PICCOBELLO ready for use
1. Mix 15 ml “PICCOBELLO” with 1 litre of water. This produces a
1.5 % solution which requires an activation time of 1 minute.
Clean acrylic panel bed
1. Only use the uwe “PICCOBELLO” cleaning agent or the Paletti hydro fleece
on the acrylic panel.
2. When using uwe “PICCOBELLO”cleaning agent, spray onto the acrylic panel
(4/1) and allow it to sink in for one minute.
3. Dry it off using a clean cloth.
4. From time to time clean the under side of the bed panel, the corrugated
acrylic panel below the bed top and the acrylic panel in the canopy and
side tanner.

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4 Open up acrylic panel top of the bed
1. Take the Allen key provided (4/3).
2. Unscrew the bolt (4/2) of the bed top (4/1) using the key.
3. Repeat this with the second bolt.
3 4. Hold on to the bed panel (4/1) at the front long side and open up the bed
panel as far as it will go.
The gas pressure spring (5/5) will keep the bed top with the corrugated
acrylic panel (5/4) in the open position.
5. Remove the corrugated perspex panel (5/4) from the retaining cables
85/3).
The corrugated acrylic panel now rests freely on the bed and can be taken
out and cleaned.
6. Clean the under side of the bed panel and the bottom corrugated acrylic
1 2 panel using “PICCOBELLO” or Paletti hydro fleece.

Close the perspex top
5 1. Place the corrugated acrylic panel top onto the bed so that the slots are in
1 line with the set screws (6/3).
2. Lift up the corrugated acrylic panel top and insert it in the retaining cables
(5/3).
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3. Hold the front long side of the bed panel (5/1) and lower the bed panel
3 onto the bed.
4. Tighten both bolts (4/2) using the Allen key until the bed panel is fastened
4 tightly.

5 • Reflectors
1. When changing the bulbs wipe the reflectors clean with a cloth dampened
with alcohol.

• Stainless steel canopy
1. Clean the stainless steel lining with a soft cloth moistened with a few drops
of olive oil to assist cleaning.
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5 KNOW HOW FOR THE OPERATOR
5.1 Service Module – ONLY APPLIES TO BREEZE MODELS (Optional)
5.1.1 Service Module
(operating hours, exclamation mark on display in the base)
The service module comprises 3 subprograms which can be called up
consecutively in the display in the base.
The service module facilites maintenance and inspection of expendable
parts to detect wear and aging.
You can review the operating hours in the service module.
The display is located in a drawer in the base. The large cover of the base
must first be swung opened.

Opening up the bed top
1. Take the Allen key provided.
2. Unscrew the bolt of the bed top using the Allen key.
3. Repeat this with the second bolt.
4. Hold the bed top at the front and swing it open as wide as possible.

7 Tilt large cover away from base and pull out drawer
1. Take the Allen key(7/7).
2. Use the Allen key to turn both hex. socket bolts (7/6) of the large cover
towards the centre of the bed.
3. Pull the cover (7/8) to the front.
The cover is fixed by the two side cords.
4. Pull out the drawer (7/1).
6 The display (7/5), two control knobs (7/3, 7/4) and a push-button (7/2) are
1 234 5 located on the drawer.

5.1.2 Operating the service module
1. Press all 4 buttons on the interior control panel symultaneously: START (8/1),
STOP (8/2) and both buttons for volume control (8/10 and 8/11).
7 8 2. Continue pressing the combination of buttons for about 4 seconds.
The program menu will appear on the display (7/5).
3. Move the cursor through the menu using the two knobs (7/3, 7/4) on the
8 Interior control panel drawer.
with BREEZE 4. The left knob(7/3) moves the cursor vertically.
5. The right knob(7/4) moves the cursor horizontally and is used for the settings.
The setting selected is saved when you change to the next line.
1 2 3 4 6. Move the cursor down to get to Service Menu 1 and Service Menu 2.
7. Press button (7/2) in Service Menu 1 to activate the reset function, e.g.
press this button after the filter mats have been replaced and the expiry
RT time has to be reset to 150 hours.
8. If you unplug the unit from the power supply within 5 minutes of leaving
STA

OP
ST

the service module, the parameters you have changed will be saved
and activated.
If parameters are changed but you do not unplug the unit after leaving the
service module to confirm your changes, then the previous settings remain
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If you are in the service module but do not make any changes within a
period of about 4 minutes, the system automatically exits the service
module and returns to operator interface with “Hello and welcome...”.
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5.1.3 Subprograms of the service module
START

Program Menu
1. Change the factory settings in the program menu (e.g. overrun time) within
a certain range according to your preferences (see Table 1.1 in Sec. 5.1.4).
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Service Menu 1 – Exclamation mark in display in base/overall operating
time.
1. If you see an exclamation mark in the bottom right corner of the display
(7/5), go to the Service Menu 1 and replace the worn part marked by an
exclamation mark.
2. Modify the intervals within which worn parts have to be replaced in Service
Menu 1(see Table 1.1 in Sec. 5.1.4).
3. Read the overall operating time.

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Example: Wear of filter mat
1. Set 150 hours as the replacement interval for the filter mat. When the time
expires, an exclamation mark (!) will appear at the bottom right of the display
(7/5).
2. Activate Service Menu 1.
3. Check for which wearing part the operating time has expired (in this
example the filter mats).
4. Replace the filter mat.
5. Press the (7/2) button in the “reset” line for filter mats to reset the time to 150
hours (Reset).
6. Disconnect equipment within 5 minutes to save and activate the modified
parameters.

Service Menu 2 – error message at display in base
• Air extraction
The temperatures of the extracted air are monitored and displayed in Service
Menu 2 and compared to the maximum permissible temperatures.
If maximum temperatures are exceeded, F1 is shown at the bottom right of the
display.
1. Check the display.
2. If necessary contact the Customer Service.

• Warm air recovery system
Attention:
The warm air recovery system of the CAYENNE model is only avai-
lable as an optional extra and is controlled by an external thermos-
Function tat (Sec. 9.4.1).
The settings (Sec. 5.1.4 Table 1.2) in Service Menu 2 therefore do not
concern the warm air recovery system, i. e. this function is not allo-
cated.

• BREEZE (Optional)
If you replace a BREEZE module component, such as the reservoir, the number
of sprayings has to be reset to 2000 (Service Menu 1), the BREEZE system has to
be bled (Service Menu 2) and the unit unplugged from the mains.
1. For more information on this procedure see Sec. 6.6.

Further possible error messages
F1 Temperature exceeded (temperature of extracted air over 60°C)
F2 EEPROM error
F3 Sensor short circuit
F4 Sensor broken

Procedure to be followed
1. Contact Customer Service.

5.1.4 Overview of possible settings
Service Menu 1 Factory settings Possible operator setting range
Language German Range of 14 languages
Minimum Maximum
value Value
Overtravel time 6 minutes 4 min. 6 min.
!!!BINGO time Setting without effect!
See below
Low-pressure lamps 500 operating hours (h) 350 h 700 h
High-pressure lamps 500 operating hours (h) 350 h 700 h
Filter mat 150 operating hours 100 h 300 h
Starter 1000 operating hours 700 h 1400 h
BREEZE (Optional) 2000 sprayings Cannot be modified, Counts
the number of sprayings back-
wards from 2000
Attention: After 2000 activations
the BREEZE button is locked
!!!AROMA Module Setting without effect!
See below
Table 1.1

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Attention
You can set the overrun time in 0.5 minute steps.
With other wearing parts, e.g. low-pressure lamps, the time can be set in 50
hour steps.

Service Menu 2
!!! Warm air recovery system
Can be set by operator Setting of the air Effect
extraction valve
Setting without effect!
See below!!!
Table 1.2

!!! Setting of functions marked with three exclamation marks do not concern
this unit as the functions are not available here.

Finally assembly of the equipment
1. Fitting the large cover at the front of the base.
2. Mount the bed top

5.2 Audio system (only for devices with loudspeakers)
Chinch input level
On the head end face there are two chinch sockets (44/5) for the two stereo
channels for inputting an unamplified audio signal, such as from a cassette
recorder or CD player. The input voltage required for full volume is 2 V eff. The
max. permissible upper limit for the input signal (overload limit) is 3 Veff.

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Chinch cable
(Stereo)
Output Loud-
Audio source amplifier speaker
(e.g. CD player) Programmable
amplifier
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Elimination of background humming noises
If several sunbeds are connect in series to an audio system, occasionally a
background humming noise with a frequence of 50 Hertz (mains frequency)
may be heard, due to the power installation in the building. This interference
can be eliminated by installing a transformer (GLI-18, ID.-No. 249 920) which
separates the audio earth from the ground wire.

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Chinch input
Chinch cable
at the sunbed
(Stereo)
Audio source
(e.g. CD player)

Operating the audio system with loudspeaker signals
If you used loudspeakers in your studio cubicles which were previously supplied
with a signal from an audio system and now connect them to the sunbed, you
will overload the audio input. You will need to use a signal adapter (HLA-5, ID.-
No. 249 938) which reduces the signal to an acceptable value. The maximum
load for the adapter is 20 Watt per channel.
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Output amplifier Left – brown / black -
Left + brown/ brown + Chinch cable
HLA-5
Right - red/black - (Stereo)
Right + red/red +

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11 6 SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
1 2 3
Always first unplug the unit from the power supply!

Warning

The operator must ensure that the equipment only use when it is in perfect
working order.
Be sure that technical equipment is inspected and serviced regularly.
During repair or start-up additional measures need to be taken to prevent
unauthorised access to the safety enclosure.
Only authorised persons may work on the equipment, Contact your autho-
rised dealer or uwe Customer Service for further information.
Do not do anything which could impair the safety of the equipment.
Always purchase original spare parts from your authorised dealer or uwe.
No liability can be accepted if other lamps, tubes or starters are installed
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other than those originally supplied.
Do not use the unit without the acrylic panels.
When working on the canopy, the large cover (11/1) can be supported by a
bracket (11/2), so that the cover doesn’t need to be completely remove.
Only pull out the bed for maintenance after you have released the acrylic
panel on the tanner side and laid it on to the bed top.
Before lifting up the large cover (11/1) of the canopy, first adjust the canopy
with the supporting strap (11/4) in the lowest position (unit closed). Otherwise
the cover may be damaged.
Attention:
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The canopy is held up by a mechanical safety device.
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6.1 Replacing acrylic panels
The acrylic panels are made of special material with high UV permeability.
Never use window glass or commercial perspex to replace them as they will
either completely or partially filter out the UV rays. Always purchase original
acrylic panels from your authorised dealer or equipment supplier. On delivery,
the acrylic panel is covered by a protective sheet on each side. Pull off these
sheets before inserting the panel in the sunbed. Do not use the unit without the
acrylic panels as adequate cooling of the lamps will then no longer be
1 guaranteed.

The manufacturer will not be liable in case of damage.
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Warning

The acrylic panels of the canopy, side tanners and bed top are frosted on one
3 side (LIGHT GLASS).
1. When installing the acrylic panel ensure that the frosted side of the panel is
always towards the lamp.
2. Do not polish the frosted side of the acrylic panel with polishing paste.

6.1.1 Acrylic bed panels /acrylic side tanner panel
The upper surface of the bed and the acrylic panel of the side tanners are
joined to each other by a rail. Two acrylic panels are positioned one above the
1 2 other in the bed, the corrugated one below and the bed panel for lying on
above.

14 Bed panel
1 1. Take the Allen key provided (13/3).
2. Unscrew the bolt (13/2) of the bed panel (13/1).
2 3. Repeat this with the second bolt.
4. Hold onto the bed top (13/1) at the front and open up the bed top as far as
3 possible.
4 The gas pressure spring (14/5) keeps the bed top with the corrugated acrylic
panel fixed down in the upright position. The corrugated acrylic panel now
rests on the bed and can be taken out.
5 6. Release both gas pressure springs at the bottom fixture (14/2).
These have to be released as otherwise the bed panel remains
under tension.
7. Put the bed panel on the bed.

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15 Acrylic side tanner panel
2 1. Fold the interior control panel upwards(12/5).
The control panel snaps into place.
2. Take the Allen key (12/1) and turn the three bolts (12/2) to the left.
Attention: The acrylic panel will fold down. Please lay it carefully onto the
bed panel.
3
Release the unit
1. Turn the bolts (15/1) at the back of the rail (15/3) and push them towards the
1 4 centre of the unit.
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5 2. Remove the acrylic side tanner panel (15/2) and the bed panel (15/7)
completely together with the rail (15/3).
6 3. If you want to separate the bed panel (15/7) from the rail, unscrew the
three screws 4 x 10 (15/5) screwed in from the bottom.
The acrylic side tanner panel cannot be removed from the rail.

Assemble the acrylic panels
1. Place the corrugated bed panel (15/6) on the bed in such a way that the
slots are aligned with the adjusting bolts (15/4).
2. If you have removed the bed panel (15/7) from the rail, reattach it by
tightening the three screws (15/5).
3. Take the complete unit (bed panel, acrylic side tanner panel and the rail)
and place them in the correct position on the unit.
4. Insert the bolt pins (15/1) into the bed frame holes on both sides.
5. Secure the pins by pushing the bolts (15/1) towards the end face and
screw them tight.
6. Open up the bed panel and attach the gas pressure springs (14/5) on both
sides at their top ends (14/2) to the bed panel (14/1).
7. Lift the corrugated bed panel up and attach it in the retaining cables (14/3).
8. Hold onto the bed panel (13/1) at the front and lower it onto the bed.
9. Turn both bolts (13/2) using the Allen key so that the bed panel is secured
firmly in place.

Fitting the acrylic side tanner panel
1. Open up the interior control panel (12/5).
The control panel snaps into place.
2. Tilt the acrylic panel towards the side tanner until it touches.
3. Turn the three bolts (12/2) to the right using the Allen key (12/1).
4. Lower the control panel (12/5).
The control panel snaps into place.

16 6.1.2 Acrylic panel of the canopy
Removing the acrylic panel
1. Take the Allen key (16/1).
2. Turn the three hexagon socket bolts (16/2) using the Allen key (16/1).
2 3. Tilt the acrylic panel so its side wall faces the front.
4. Lift the acrylic panel (16/3) out of the rear longitudinal groove (16/4)..

3 Fitting the acrylic panel
1. Fit the acrylic panel in the longitudinal slot (16/4) as shown by the printing.
1 Unit XTT: The polished GB area of the acrylic panel lies above the high pressure
4 lamp compartments.
2. Tilt the acrylic panel (16/3) towards the canopy until it fits closely.
3. Turn the three bolts (16/2) of the acrylic panel using the Allen key to tighten it.

6.2 Maintenance of high pressure lamps
The high pressure lamps in the canopy are equipped with a specific filter glas
configuration.

Unit XXT
In front of each of the three high pressure lamps in the canopy there is an XTT
filter disc and a clear filter.
The high pressure lamps may only be operated with this special filter
configuration specific to the equipment. If filters are damaged or
missing, the unit may not be used under any circumstances. Danger
Warning of burning! Danger of permanent damage to the eyes! Depending
on the model, the face tanner will not switch on if restarted immedi-
ately or it will only switch on with reduced power as a cooling period
of about 4 minutes is required. To replace a high pressure lamp, ple-
ase contact the manufacturer or an authorised dealer. No liability
will be taken if tubes other than those originally supplied are used.

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BREAKSAFE CAYENNE XTT
The transparent filter discs above the high pressure lamps in the canopy are
equipped with a BREAKSAFE device. If one of the filter discs breaks, the circuit
is interrupted and the unit will not work again until the filter disc has been replaced.
The XTT filter discs on the three high pressure lamps must be visually inspected.

6.2.1 Replacing high pressure lamp in canopy
Attention:
Only hold the high pressure lamp by the rectangular cap.
Never pull on the glass part ot the high pressure lamp.
Warning Never touch the glass part of the high pressure lamp with your fin-
gers.
If this does happen by mistake: wipe off the finger prints with a clean
cloth moistened with alcohol.

17 Removing the acrylic panel
1. Take the Allen key (17/1).
2. Unscrew the three hexagon socket bolts (17/2) using the Allen key (17/1).
3. Tilt the acrylic panel with its side wall to the front.
2 4. Lift the acrylic panel out of the longitudinal groove at the back (17/4).

Removing the high pressure lamp
1. Pull down the Tenax lock (18/1) on the appropriate GB housing.
3
Note: The panel fixture moves down about 15 degrees.
2. Take the panel fixture (18/2) with both hands and lift it a little towards the
1 canopy .
4 The bolt on both sides (18/8) slide out of the fixture (18/7).
3. Pull off the panel fixture off with both hands towards the front.
4. Hold the high pressure lamp (18/5) by the rectangular cap (18/6) and pull it
out of the socket.

Clean reflector
18 2 3 1. Wipe off the reflector (18/3) using a clean cloth moistened with alcohol.

Mounting a high pressure lamp
1. Hold the new high pressure lamp by the cap (18/6).
2. Insert the tube (18/5) in the socket.

Removing the filter discs
1. Take hold of the panel holder (19/1).
2. Hold the panel holder with both hands and lift the filter disc with both thumbs
4 5 above the particular adjusting device (rivet or bracket). Pull out the XTT filter
1 6 7 (19/3) and the transparent filter disc (19/2).
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Clean filter discs
1. Clean the filter discs with warm water containing a little detergent if required.
2. Dry the filter discs with a clean cloth.

Mounting filter discs
19 1 The canopy must not be operated without filter discs!
The coated side of the XTT filter must be towards the tube.
The uwe Logo on the XTT filter disc must be readable from the bed.

Attention:
During assembly
Mount the transparent filter disc on the tube side and the XTT filter on the
user’s side!
1. Mount the panel fixture as shown in Fig. 19.
2. Push the filter discs onto the correspondent adjusting device
(rivet or angle bracket).
The filter discs snap into place.
3. Insert the completely mounted panel fixture (18/2) with the cleaned filter
2 discs into the GB housing.
3
4. Swivel the panel fixture towards the canopy until it fits closely.

The bolt of the micro switch (18/4) of the BREAKSAFE device is pu-
shed in.
Function
5. Press the Tenax lock (18/1).
The panel fixture is tightly secured to the GB housing.

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Mounting the acrylic panel
1. Place the acrylic panel (17/3) in the longitudinal slot (17/4) as shown by the
printing.
2. Screw in the three bolts of the acrylic panel using the Allen key to fix it tightly.

6.3 Replacing lamps
Burning in of lamps
NOTE At the beginning the colour of the light is slightly different but this changes after
a short time. The lamps appear darker at the ends. This is due to physical reasons
and does not mean the lamp is defective.

6.3.1 Replacing the long sunlamps
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Changing the lamp
1. Remove the appropriate acrylic panel (see Sec. 6.1).
1 2 2. Rotate the sunlamp (20/7) in either direction until the contact pins (20/5) are
visible in the socket groove (20/4).
3. Pull out the lamp.
4. Clean the reflector (20/2) using a clean cloth dampened with alcohol.
3 5. Hold the new lamp horizontally so that the contact pins (20/5) are one
above the other.
6. In this position push the lamp into the socket. Rotate the lamp through 90
degrees until the notch (20/6) in the metal ring at the end of the lamp is on
7 6 5 4 top.
For a reflector lamp, the lighter reflector side of the lamp should point
towards the unit and the printing on the lamp towards the user.
7. Reinstall the acrylic panel.
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6.3.2 Replacing the illumination lamps
One lamp each is located behind the front support of the canopy and
underneath the front edge of the bed.
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• Illuminating lamp canopy (Standby light)
The illumination lamps (22/2, 23/7) shine as long as the unit is plugged into
3 the power supply.

1 Removing the acrylic panel
4 1. Take the Allen key (21/1).
2. Turn the three hexagon socket bolts (21/2) using the Allen key.
3. Tilt the acrylic panel (21/3) with its side wall to the front.
4. Remove the acrylic panel from the longitudinal groove(21/4) at the back.

Replacing the lamp
22 1. Dismount the sunlamp behind the long front support (22/1).
The illumination lamp (22/2) is located behind the sunlamps near the nozzle.
1 2. Replace the illumination lamp (see Sec. 6.3.1).
3. Put back the sunlamps.
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Mounting the acrylic panel
1. Place the acrylic panel in the longitudinal slot (21/4) as indicated.
Unit XXT: The polished GB area of the acrylic panel is situated above the
high pressure lamp compartments.
2. Tilt the acrylic panel (21/3) towards the canopy until it fits closely.
3. Screw in the 3 bolts (21/2) of the acrylic panel using the Allen key to fix it in
place.

• Illuminating lamp in the bed (FLOOR LIGHT)
Opening up the bed panel
1. Take the Allen key provided.
2. Unscrew the bolt of the bed panel with the key.
3. Repeat for the second bolt.
4. Hold onto the bed top at the front and open up the bed top as far as it goes.

Removing the large cover in front of the base
1. Take the Allen key (23/2).
2. Turn the two hexagon socket bolts (23/3) of the large cover using the Allen
key towards the equipment centre.
3. Open up the acrylic panel (23/1) a little to the front.
4. Disconnect the two connectors (23/4) from the cover.
5. Lift the cover up over the two location pins (23/5) of the base and place it
carefully on the ground.

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23 Replacing lamps
1. Look under the front edge of bed panel (23/6),
where the illumination lamps (23/7) are located.
2. Replace the illumination lamp (see Sec. 6.3.1).
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6 Mounting the large cover in front of the base.
1. Insert the cover (24/1) with its two lower slots in the locating pins (24/5) of
the base.
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2. Tilt the cover a little towards the base.
3. Attach the two connectors (24/4) to the cover.
4. Tilt the cover at the bottom towards the base until it fits closely.
5. Screw in the two hexagon socket bolts (24/3) using the Allen key towards
the sides of the base.

1 2 5 Lower the bed panel
1. Hold onto the bed top at the front and swing it down to the bed.
2. Turn back both bolts using the Allen key to tightly fit the acrylic panel.
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6.3.3 Canopy lighting effect light
Removing the small cover of the canopy
3 1. Get hold of the recessed grip (25/1) above the small cover (25/2) and pull
the small cover off.
4 The magnetic connection (25/4) detaches.
2. Pull the latches (25/3) of the small cover (25/2) out of the grooves (25/5) in
the large cover (25/6).
3. Remove the small cover (25/2) to the top.
4. Unscrew the two screws (25/7).

Opening up the large cover of the canopy
1 2 5
1. Remove the large cover in front of the base.
2. Press down the canopy and adjust it with the supporting strap (26/5) in the
25 bottom position (important).
3. Fasten the nipple (26/3) on the cover (26/1) .
4. Open up the cover until its longitudinal edge slides out of the front longitudinal
2 rail (26/4).
5. Adjust the cover with the supporting strap in open up position (26/2).
3
Replacing the effect light
1 The seven effect light lamps (27/5) are located above the front longitudinal rail
of the canopy .
1. Replace the effect light lamp (27/5) (see Sec. 6.3.1).
4 2. Adjust the supporting strap in its rest position.
7 3. Turn down the large cover and insert its front longitudinal edge into the front
longitudinal rail of the canopy (26/4).
4. Screw in the two screws (25/7).
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Assembling the small cover of the canopy
1. Insert the retainers (25/3) of the small cover into the slots (25/5) in the large
cover (25/6).
26 1 2 3 2. Tilt the small cover (25/2) against the large cover.
The magnetic connection (25/4) tightens.

6.3.4 uwe luminous Logo in the centre of the canopy
Removing the small cover of the canopy
1. Get hold of the recessed grip (25/1) above the small cover (25/2) and pull
the small cover off.
The magnetic connection (25/4) detaches.
2. Pull the retainers (25/3) of the small cover (25/2) out of the grooves (25/5) in
the large cover (25/6).
3. Remove the small cover (25/2) to the top.
4. Unscrew both screws (25/7).

Opening up the large cover of the canopy
4
1. Remove the large cover in front of the base.
2. Press down the canopy and adjust it with the supporting strap (26/5) in the
5 bottom position (important).
3. Fasten the nipple (26/3) on the cover (26/1) .
4. Turn the cover up until its longitudinal edge slides out of the front longitudinal
rail (26/4).
5. Adjust the cover with the supporting strap in open up position (26/2).

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27 Replace lamp
1. Touch the defect lamp (27/4) only at the cap (27/3) and pull it out of the
1 socket (27/2).
2 2. Clean the reflector (27/1).
3. Plug the new lamp into the socket.
5. Adjust the supporting strap (26/2) in its rest position.
3
6. Close down the large cover (26/1) and insert its front longitudinal edge into
4 the front longitudinal rail of the canopy .
7. Screw in the two screws (25/7).
Assembling the small cover of the canopy
1. Insert the retainers (25/3) of the small cover into the slots (25/5) of the large
cover (25/6).
2. Tilt the small cover (25/2) against the large cover.
5 The magnetic connection (25/4) tightens.
6.4 Replacing filter mats
28 The air for cooling the unit passes through micro filter mats at the unit inlet. Fluff,
hair, dust particles, etc. are filtered out so that components inside the unit like
lamps only have to be cleaned intermittently. After a longer period of time,
3 4 5 particles filtered out may clog the filters thus impairing the cooling of the unit.
Thus the filter mats have to be replaced from time to time to avoid an overheating
of the equipment. The replacement interval depends on the hours of use and
on the amount of dirt in the air.

Purchase original filter mats only from your authorised dealer or equip-
1
ment manufacturer.
2 Function
6
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8 7 6 1. Always check the filters at least every 200 operating hours.
11 6.4.1 Filter mats in the base
Opening up bed panel
1. Take the Allen key provided.
10 2. Turn the bolt of the bed panel using the key.
3. Repeat this for the second bolt.
12 4. Hold onto the bed top at the front long side and open the bed panel as far
as it will go.
Removing the large cover in front of the base
1. Take the Allen key (28/10).
2. Unscrew the two hexagonal socket bolts (28/9) of the large cover with the
Allen key towards the equipment centre.
3. Open up the acrylic panel (28/8) a little to the front.
4. Disconnect the two connectors (28/1) from the cover.
5. Lift the cover up over the two location pins (28/2) of the base and place it
carefully on the floor.
Replace filter mats
1. Lift up the springs (28/4, 28/7) and pull out the filter mat.
2. Take the new filter mat and squeeze it tightly under the springs in the correct
position (28/4, 28/7).
Fitting the large cover panel in front of the base
1. Insert the cover (28/8) with the bottom slots (28/12) into the location pins
29 3 (28/2) of the base.
2. Tilt the cover towards the base.
3. Attach the two connectors (28/1) to the cover.
4. Tilt the cover at the bottom towards the base until it fits closely.
2 5. Screw in the both hexagon socket bolts (28/9) using the Allen key (28/10)
towards the sides of the base.
Close down bed panel
4
1. Hold onto the bed top at the front and close it down to the bed.
1. Turn back both bolts using the Allen key to tightly fit the acrylic panel.
5
6.4.2 Filter mats in the canopy
1 Removing the small cover of the canopy
1. Get hold of the recessed grip (29/1) above the small cover (29/4) and pull
the small cover off.
6 The magnetic connection (29/6) detaches.
2. Pull the retainers (29/3) of the small cover (29/4) out of the grooves (29/5) in
the large cover (29/8).
3. Remove the small cover (25/2) to the top.
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30 Replace filter mats
1. Lift up the springs (29/3) and pull out the filter mat (29/2).
2. Take the new filter mat and squeeze it tightly under the springs in the correct
position (29/3).

Assembling the small cover of the canopy
3 1. Pull the retainers (29/3) of the small cover (29/4) out of the slots (29/5) in the
4 large cover (29/8).
2. Tilt the small cover (25/2) against the large cover.
The magnetic connection (29/6) tightens.

6.5 Stay in the retaining brackets
If the mechanical fall arrester is released, the canopy cannot be moved
downward any more.
1 2 5
Please contact uwe Customer Service.

Warning
6.6 Replacing BREEZE module (optional)
For health reasons never use normal tap water or ordinary distilled water. Only
use the water in the original canister supplied by uwe which has been distilled
three times and is germ-free.

Open up bed panel
1. Take the Allen key provided.
2. Turn the bolt of the bed panel using the Allen key.
3. Repeat for the second bolt.
4. Hold onto the bed top at the front long side and open up the bed top as far
as it will go.

Removing the large cover in front of the base
1. Take the Allen key (30/2).
2. Unscrew the two hexagon socket bolts (30/3) of the large cover using the
Allen key towards the centre of the unit.
3. Open up the cover (30/1) a little to the front.
4. Unplug the two connectors (30/4) from the cover.
5. Lift the cover up over the two location pins (30/5) of the base and place it
carefully on the floor.

Replacing the water canister
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1. Pull the silicone tube (31/3) from the empty canister (31/1).
6 78 9 10 11 2. Unscrew the closed cover from the full canister and screw on the cap
(31/2) with the hole and nozzle of the empty canister.
3. Insert the tube (31/3) into the nozzle and push it until it touches the ground.
5 4. Place the canister into the space in the base.

Attention: The air must be bled out of the BREEZE system!
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Warning
1
5. Pull out the drawer (31/4) above the BREEZE canister.
6. Go into Service Menu 2 (procedure see Sec. 5.1) to bleed the air from the
system.
7. In position “Deaerate BREEZE” press the push-button (31/5) (max. 1 minute)
until the spray nozzle shows a light spraying cone.
Wait 1 minute before reactivating the pump of the BREEZE system.

Fitting the large cover panel in front of the base
1. Insert the cover (30/1) with the two bottom slots into the location pins (30/5)
of the base.
2. Tilt the cover a little towards the base.
3. Attach the two connectors (30/4) to the cover.
4. Tilt the cover at the bottom towards the base until it fits closely.
5. Screw in the two hexagon socket bolts (30/3) using the Allen key (30/2)
towards the sides of the base.
Close down bed panel
1. Hold onto the bed top at the front and tilt it down to the bed.
2. Turn back both bolts using the Allen key to tightly fit the acrylic panel.

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7 TIPS FOR TROUBLESHOOTING
Unplug the unit before starting any servicing or repair work.
Repair work should only be carried out by uwe Customer Service or
other authorised persons.
Warning No safety devices may be removed or put out of action.
After each repair the unit must be tested to DIN VDE 0701 and the
results recorded (with copy). One copy of the report should remain
with the operator and the other be sent to uwe Customer Service.
• Dark spots at the lamp ends
Dark spots which may appear near the ends of the lamp when switched off
have no detrimental effect on the performance of the unit. Replace the starter
to be on the safe side.

• One or more lamps not lit (change starter)
Changing the starter
1. Remove the appropriate acrylic panel.
2. Check if the lamp has been inserted correctly.
3. Ensure check the starter is mounted correctly.
4. Remove the starter (see Table 2) from the lamp which does not light by
turning it anticlockwise and then reinsert it by turning it clockwise.
5. If the lamp still does not light then insert the starter of an intact lamp.
6. If this does not work, you must check the lamp.
7. Insert the lamp which does not light into a socket of a lamp which works. If
the lamp does not light, it is defect and has to be replaced. If it does light up,
there is an electrical fault in the equipment.

Inspection by uwe or a company authorised by uwe.

Function
Starter position Action
Canopy At lamp socket Remove acrylic panel
Side tanner At lamp socket Remove acrylic panel
Bed At top end Remove acrylic panel
lamp socket
Illuminating lamp At lamp socket
Table 2
• Tanning canopy or tanning bed gets too hot
1. Check if the air filters (filter mats) are blocked.
2. Ensure that the air extraction unit conducts the warmed cooling air away
properly to the outside. The air must not be trapped in the hose or ventilation
duct as this may cause the unit to overheat. The exhaust air hose must be
laid without bends.
Information on effective ventilation is contained in the brochure “Climate
Tips”, available from your authorised dealer or directly from us.

Inspection by uwe Customer Service or an uwe authorised compa-
ny.
Function

8 DISPOSAL
Lamp
Fluorescent lamps, high pressure lamps and illumination lamps are hazardous
waste. Do not dispose of in the domestic waste. The local authorities will inform
you where the lamps can be disposed of.

Unit
Dispose of defective equipment according to national regulations.

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INFORMATION FOR THE ENGINEER AND UWE PERSONNEL
9 INSTALLATION OF THE PROFI UNIT
The unit must be installed by uwe personnel or by other authorised persons.
Installation requires two people. The premises where the unit is to be installed
must be well ventilated to avoid overheating.

32 9.1 Installation site and delivery condition
The unit is transported and delivered pre-assembled on a pallet. The unit is
fastened to the pallet with holding straps and covered with a protective sheet.
The pallet is unloaded on site with a lifting platform or a fork lifter. For the installation
at the installation site the unit has to be removed from the pallet and set up at
3 the installation site. The equipment may only to be used for tanning sessions
indoors. The unit must not be used in areas where there is no danger of explosion
4 and in dry surroundings. The rooms must be well ventilated.

9.2 Installation and assembly
1. Remove the holding straps and the protective wrapping sheet.

9.2.1 Dismantling the bed
1 2 5 Dismantling the bed panel / acrylic side tanner panel.
Bed panel
33 1. Push up the canopy and take out the upholstered head rest and diverse
component parts.
2. Take the Allen key provided (34/1).
1 2 3 3. Unscrew the bolt (34/5) of the bed panel (34/6) with the key.
4. Repeat for the second bolt.
4. Hold onto the bed panel (35/1) at the front and open up the bed panel as
far as it goes. The gas pressure spring (35/5) holds the bed panel with the
corrugated acrylic panel (35/4) inserted below in upfolded position.
5. Disconnect the corrugated bed panel (35/4) from the retaining cables
(35/3).
The corrugated acrylic panel now lies on the bed and can be taken out
eventually for overall weight reduction.
4 6. Detach the two gas operated compression springs at the bottom fixture
4 (35/2).
Must be detached as otherwise the bed panel is under tension.
7. Put the bed panel on the bed.
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2 3 4 Acrylic side tanner panel
1. Open up the interior control panel (34/4).
The control panel snaps into place.
2. Take the Allen key (34/1) and turn the three bolts (34/2) to the left.
Attention: The acrylic panel closes down. Please place carefully on the bed
panel.

Release unit
1
1. Release the bolts (36/3) at the back of the rail (36/4) and push them towards
5 the centre of the unit.
2. Take out the complete acrylic side tanner panel unit (36/1), the bed panel
(36/8) and the rail (36/4).

Removing the large cover in front of the base
6 1. Take the Allen key (32/2).
2. Unscrew the two hexagon socket bolts (32/3) of the large cover (32/1)
using the Allen key (32/2) towards the centre of the unit.
3. Open up the cover (32/1) a little to the front.
35 4. Disconnect the two connectors (32/4) from the cover.
5. Lift the cover up over the two location pins (32/5) of the base and carry it
1
carefully to the installation site.
2 Remove both filter frames
3 1. Turn the grooves of the bolts (33/3) in horizontal position.
2. Grip the filter frame at the plate (33/1).
4
3. Lift the filter frame with its pin stops (33/4)out of the holes.
4. Place the filter frame with the pin stops on the floor.
5 5. Pull out the filter frame to the bottom.
6. Remove the second filter frame in the same way.
7. Carry both filter frames to the installation point.

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36 1 Pull out the bed
2 3
Attention:
The acrylic side tanner panel must be unlocked and turned to the
bed panel or dismounted as unit before pulling out the bed.
4 Warning

1. Unscrew the two screws 6 x 16 (36/6) at the bottom side of the bed a little
5 bit.
2. Pull out the drawer by the angle bracket (36/7) as far as it will go.
Attention: Do not pull at the illumination lamp (FLOOR LIGHT) by mistake.
3. Detach the holding cord on one side of the bed rear side (36/2).
Check that the plug-in connection X9 between the bed and the mounting
6 board (No. 5) is disconnected.
8 7 4. Pull the bed out further and lift it up together with a second persons.
5. Carry the bed to the installation site.
37 3 4 5 9.2.2 Dismantling the boards and air conditioning unit (if applicable)
2 Disconnecting the plug connections
1. Remove the bracket (37/3) and the fixing device (37/4) which holds the
cables.
2. Unscrew the screws (38/3) at all three cable clamps (38/2).
3. Lift out the cable clamps (38/3) together with the plugs (38/5).
4. Pull the three plugs (38/5) out of the three sockets (38/6).
5. Pull the plugs (38/15) out of the sockets (38/16) attached to the control
board.
Do not disconnect the power cable from the control board (38/1).
38 to side 6. Disconnect all other plug-in connections between the unit and the mounting
boards (see Table 3, Sec. 9.3.5).
to canopy
to canopy

tanner
7 to bed 7. Pull the plugs of the cables (see Table 3.1 Sec. 9.3.5) out of the main board
4 8 (38/18).
3 5
6 Assembling the mounting boards and air conditioner (if applicable)
1. Remove the supporting bracket (38/13) and the cover sheet (38/14) in
2 front of the air conditioning unit.
17 1
2. Pull the air conditioning unit (38/12) out a little bit.
to clamp

3. Detach the 3-pin connector coupling (38/11) of the air conditioning unit
16 from the connector coupling (38/10) coming from the clamp at the right
side of the base.
4. Pull the 4 mounting boards (No. 2-5) and the mounting board with the main
15 board No. 6 (38/9) out of the guide rails.
18
The power cable (39/3) is conducted to the outside via a pressure
Nr.2 Nr.4 9 screw on the rear side of the equipment.
11
10
Function

14 5. Detach the mounting clip of the large pressure screw (39/2) on the
12 equipment back.
13 6. Pull the power cable (39/3) through to the interior.
7. Pull out the control board (38/1) with the power cable.
39 8. Detach the mounting clip of the small pressure screw (39/1).
to item 17 9. Pull the coding cable (39/4) through to the interior.
Figure 38
1 9.2.3 Dismantling the side tanner
Dismantling the side tanner
4 3 1. Remove the lamps (40/3) of the side tanner.
2. Remove the terminal (40/1) at the left side of the base back by unscrewing
the two screws.
to control board 3. Remove the boards (41/2, 42(5) on both sides by unscrewing the screws
(41/7, 42/6).
2
4. Put both boards (41/1, 42/5) with cables inside the base.
5. Unscrew on both sides the countersunk screw (40/5) which is screwed into
40 2 the side base covers through the profile rail of the side tanner.
6. From the equipment interior unscrew on both sides the 2 screws
(41/6, 42/1) 8 x 15 with the washers which are screwed into the brackets of
the mechanism for fastening of the holders (41/2, 42/3).
The set screws, however, which are screwed in from the back into these
brackets must not be unscrewed. They are necessary for adjusting during
5 mounting.
3 4 7. Pull out the profile rail (42/4) with interior control panel and cable
(41/3, 41/4) and clamps (41/2, 42/3) from the side parts carefully and carry
this unit to the installation site.
1

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41 3 9.2.4 Dismantling the air extraction unit
2 Detach bellows
1. Detach the spring clips (43/2) fastened to the bottom part of the bellows.
1
2. Push the bellows up.
4
Dismantling the air duct
5 1. Unscrew the 3 accessible screws (43/3).
9 2. Take off the air duct (43/4).
7
Dismantling the extraction air flue
6 1. Unscrew the screws (43/7) of the air extraction flue.
7 2. Carry the air extraction duct (43/5) to the installation site.

8 Dismounting the cover plate and guide brackets on the back of the unit
1. Unscrew the screws (43/8) .
2. Carry the air extraction duct (43/10) to the installation site.
42 3. Dismount the two guide brackets (43/11) for the louvre.
4
6
9.2.5 Dismounting the housing parts
All plastic housing parts are fastened to the base with metric screws 6 x 20.
Dismounting housing parts on the base
1 1. Unscrew the 6 screws (44/1) on the base and take off the complete side
5 housing (44/3).
3 2. Leave the loudspeaker cable (44/4) on the side housing and pull it through.
3. Remove the cover(45/3) at the lower end.
2 4. If necessary grasp through the opening and unscrew the 8 screws
(45/2, 45/4)) from the base and take off the left hand side housing (45/1)
completely.
43 1
2 9.2.6 Dismount canopy Removing the small cover of the canopy
2
1. Hold onto the recessed grip (46/1) above the small cover and pull the small
cover off.
3 The magnetic connection (46/4) detaches.
4 2. Pull the retainers (46/3) of the small cover (46/2) out of the slots (46/5) in the
large cover (46/6).
5
3. Remove the small cover to the top.
11 4. Unscrew the screws (46/5).
6 7
8
10 Opening up the large cover of the canopy
1. Fasten the nipple (47/3) on the cover (47/1).
2. Swing the cover up until its longitudinal edge slides out of the front longitudinal
rail (47/4).
44 3. Take off the cover.
Adhesive label 4. Remove the louvre (43/6) completely with its mounting rail (6 screws).
input audio
system chinch
Removing the acrylic panel
level
1. Take the Allen key.
2. Unscrew the three hexagon socket bolts (48/2) using the Allen key.
3. Open up the acrylic panel with its side wall to the front.
4. Lift the acrylic panel out of the longitudinal groove (48/4).

1 2 3 4 5 Disconnect the BREEZE lines (only applicable for units with the BREEZE option)
The BREEZE unit in the base is connected by a black PA (polyamide) line (49/
9) to the pump in the canopy and by a light silicone line (49/8) to the nozzles
45 2 3 in the canopy .
1. Press the silver slide of the coupler (49/10).
2. Pull out the plug (49/11).
1 3. Pull apart the two parts (49/6, 49/7) of the hose connection.

4

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46 Disconnect the canopy Tips on how to unhinge the canopy more easily:
1. Press down the canopy .
2 2. Push a 7 mm diameter pin (50/8, ID. No. 260 551) through the slot in the
mechanism (50/6) on each retaining bracket.
3
The 2 pins are assembly aids only and must be removed after moun-
1
ting the canopy.
Function
7 4 Next steps
5 6 3. Take off the nut (50/10) on both sides and screw out the setscrew (50/11)
until the coned point does not extrude over the interior side of the bracket
47 (50/12).
1 2 3 4. Unscrew the 8 socket head cap screws 8 x 20 (50/1) and washers.
5. Pull the canopy over the retaining brackets (50/7).
6. Carry the canopy to the installation site.

The aluminium cover (40/2) must not be damaged when the cano-
py is put on the floor.
Function

9.2.7 Dismantling the base
Separating the base sections
4
The base consist of 2 components which are bolted together.
1. Disconnect the plug connection (51/3, 51/4) between the right and left
48 base sections.
2. Remove the 6 screws 6,3 x 16 (51/8) with their lock washer (51/9).
2
3. Carry the 2 base sections to the installation site.
Dismounting the retaining brackets
3 (if required by the building)
1. Remove the bolts (51/5, 51/7) used to fix the retaining brackets at the side
1 and back.
4
2. Remove the retaining brackets by lifting upwards.
9.2.8 Assembling the air extraction duct
Mounting the air extraction duct
1. Mount the air extraction duct (43/5) at the centre of the tanning cabin rear
49 10 side.
6 78 9 11
9.2.9 Assembling the base
5 Mounting the base
1. Arrange the two base sections in the tanning cabin as shown in Fig. 51.
2. Connect the base sections with the 6 screws 6,3 x 16 (51/8) and lock washers
4 23 13 12 (51/9).
3. Connect the plug connection (51/3, 51/4) of right and left base component.
1
Mounting the retaining brackets (if dismounted before)
1. Take the retaining brackets (51/1, 51/6) and insert them from above into
the appropriate slots in the base.
50 The bracket supports (51/2) for the side tanner show to the outside.
2 3 2. Fasten the retaining brackets with 3 screws M 10 x 16 (51/7) each from the
12 back and with four screws M 10 x 10 (51/5) each from the side.
1 You must screw in the short screws from the side so that movement of
the mechanism is not impair.
4 5 9 Warning
10 11 6
8 9.3 Mounting the housing parts
7 All plastic housing parts around the base are fixed to the base using
Bolts only use to aid assembly
metric screws 6 x 20. Insert the screws vertically and screw them in
vertically.
51 Function
1 1. Pull the 5-contact white loudspeaker cable (52/4) through the opening in
2 6
34 5 the right base wall into the interior and pull the plug through to the right
7 guide rail (54/14).
2. Position the head side section (52/3) flush with the base and screw in the
six screws from inside the base (52/1).
3. Place the foot side section (53/1) flush with the base and screw in the
eight screws (53/4) from inside the base or through the opening in the
9 8 cover (53/3).
4. Mount the cover plate (53/3).

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52 9.3.1 Assembling the mounting boards and air conditioning unit
Adhesive label Inserting the boards
input audio The control board (54/1) has components on both sides.
system chinch
level 1. Insert the control board into the left-hand guide rail. The capacitors show
to the left.
2. Pull the power cable (55/3) from the control board through the large
pressure screw (55/2) to the outside.
3. Tighten the clip of the pressure screw (55/2).
4. Check if the coding cable (55/4) is threaded through the small pressure
1 2 3 4 5 screw (55/1), that the clamp of the pressure screw is tightened and that
the coding plug (54/12) is plugged in and locked in the socket.
53 5. Insert the boards numbered 2-5 from left to right according to the
2 3
numbering into the appropriate guide rails (Figure 54).
The slots of the boards 2-5 always point to the front and downwards.
1
The guide rail (54/13) in the centre remains empty.
6. Insert board (54/9) with the main processor board into the guides on the
right-hand side.
The main processor board is on the right side of the main motherboard.
7. Pull the 29-pin plug X14 of the terminal (54/8) in the centre back of the
base through the square opening to the front and insert the plug into the
4 socket on the left side of the board (54/9).

Inserting the air conditioning unit (if available as accessory)
54 1. Connect the 3-pin connector (56/1) of the air conditioning unit to the
to canopy

to side
to canopy

tanner connector (56/2) leading from the clip at the right side of the base.
7
to bed 2. Push the air conditioning unit all the way back into the recess and to the
4 8 right until it touches the rubber seal of the black cover.
3 5 3. Align the air conditioning unit with the cover sheet (56/6) and the mounting
6 bracket (56/5).

2 9.3.2 Assembling the canopy Fitting the canopy
12 1
1. Lift up the canopy.
2. Hold the canopy above the retaining brackets (57/7).
14
11 13 3. Insert the lugs (57/4) of the retaining brackets into the holes (57/2) in the
to clamp canopy .

Take care not to damage the aluminium rail (64/2) when fitting.

Function
Nr.2 Nr.4 9 4. Screw in the four screws 8 x 20 (57/1) with washers on each side.

Ensure that the screws are tight.
55
To item 12
Fig. 54
1 Warning
5. Check the alignment of the canopy in relation to the side sections of the
4 3 base. The black brush seal (57/9) of the base side covers must just make
contact with the housing of the canopy (on both sides).
To the If this is not the case please readjust the canopy on the appropriate
control board
2 side.
6. To do this, loosen the screws (57/1) a little.
7. Take an Allen key for socket head screws.
56
Screw in both setscrews M 8 x 25 (57/11) to move the canopy towards
the back of the unit. Unscrew both setscrews M 8 x 25 (57/11) to move
the canopy towards the front of the unit.
1 2 8. Fasten the hexagon nuts M 8 (57/10) on the setscrews (57/11).
9. Tighten the four fixing screws (57/1).

Ensure that the screws are tight.

Warning
6 5 4 3
If you followed the mounting instructions above:
1. Press down the canopy .
57 2 3
12 Remove the 2 bolts (57/8) which you pushed through the holes in
each of the retaining bracket.
1
Function

4 5 9 Further procedure
10 11 6 Fitting the air duct
8
7 1. Fit the air duct (58/4).
Bolts only use to aid assembly
2. Screw in the 3 accessible screws (58/3).

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58 Fitting the bellows
2 1 1. Pull the bellows (58/1) down to the bottom.
2 2. Fasten the bellows to the air ducts with the appropriate spring clips (58/2).

Pulling the cables through
3 1. Pull both canopy cables (57/3) through to the bottom.
4 2. Connect both holders (59/3) to the plugs X10 and X11 in the appropriately
5 marked holes in the base with 2 screws (59/4) each.

11 6 BREEZE (only applies to models with the BREEZE option)
7
8 The BREEZE unit in the base is connected by a black PA (polyamide) line (59/
10 7) to the pump in the canopy and by a light silicone line (59/6) to the nozzles
9 in the canopy .
1. Connect the coupler (60/8) to the plug (60/9). Coupler and plug must snap
together with a click.
to canopy

59 2. Connect up the plug connection (60/4, 60/5) of the light silicone line.
to canopy

to side
tanner 3. Place the canister into the space in the base.
to bed
7 4. Unscrew the closed cap from the full canister and screw on the cap with
4 8 the hole and nozzle (60/2).
3 5 5. Insert the tube (60/3) into the nozzle and push it down until it touches the
6
ground.
2 Mounting the acrylic panel
12 1
1. Place the acrylic panel into the longitudinal groove (61/4) as printed.
Unit XXT: The polished GB area of the acrylic panel is above the high pressure
11 13 lamp compartments.
to clamp
2. Swing the acrylic panel (61/3) towards the canopy until it fits closely.
3. Screw in the 3 bolts (61/2) of the acrylic panel using the Allen key to tightly fit
the acrylic panel.

9.3.3 Assembling the side tanner
Nr.2 Nr.4 9 Mounting the side tanner
1. Lift the unit profile rail (62/2) and interior control board with cable
(62/3, 62/4) and sockets (62/1, 63/3) together with a second person and
60
4 5 6 78 9 align the two straight-through holes of the sockets with the holes in both
brackets of the mechanism.
2. Screw in the four screws 8 x 15 (62/6, 63/1) with washers (thick washers)
3 from the inside.
Make sure the screws are securely tightened.
3. Attach the two socket holders (62/8, 63/5) with cable harness with the
2 11 10 screws (62/7, 63/6).
1 4. Mount the terminal strip (64/1) in the holes provided in the base at the back
left side.
5. Screw in one screw each (64/5) on each side through the profile rail of the
side tanner into the side housing components of the base.
6. Pull the cable with plug X 12 from the terminal (64/1) further to the front.
61 7. Fasten the holder (67/7) and the plug X12 together with 2 screws each in
the appropriate holes in the base.
2 8. Pull the 2 cables (62/3, 62/4) of the interior control panel through the round
opening in the base and connect them to the appropriate sockets on the
main board(Figure 67).
3
9. Adjust the side tanner so that the light seal (64/6) of the profile rail of the side
1 tanner just makes contact with the aluminium cover of the canopy (seals)
4 and the two are parallel to each other.
10. For this purpose release the screws (62/6, 63/1) a bit and adjust the setscrews
(62/9, 63/7) appropriately.
After adjustment, the screws (62/6, 63/1) must be retightened.
11. Open up the interior control panel and mount the lamps.
62 3 12. Fasten the bracket (67/9) above the plug connections.
2 13. Fix the two cables from the canopy and the cable from the side tanner to
1 the base with the fixture (67/8).

4 9.3.4 Mounting the covers in the canopy, louvre and air extraction flue
Fitting the louvre
5 1. Fasten the louvre (65/7) to its mounting rail (65/9) on the canopy frame with
9
7 the six screws (65/8) from the back.

6 Fastening the cover plate
7 1. Fasten the cover plate (66/10) with 2 screws (66/9) to the side housing parts
and with 4 screws to the base at the bottom .
8 2. Fasten both guide brackets (66/11) for the louvre with the screws (66/8).

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63 Fastening the air extraction flue (66/5)
4 1. Fasten the air extraction flue (66/5) with the screws (66/7).
6
Mounting the large cover of the canopy
1. Stand in front of the unit and press down the canopy .
2. Insert the cover (65/6) with its rear side wall into the longitudinal groove of
1 the mounting rail (65/9).
5 3. Push the cover to the back and insert its front longitudinal edge into the
3 front longitudinal rail of the canopy .
4. Put the cover on the bed.
2 5. Screw in the screws (65/10).

Fitting the small cover of the canopy
64 2 1. Insert the retainers (65/3) of the small cover into the grooves (65/5) of the
6
large cover (65/6).
2. Tilt the small cover against the large cover.
The magnetic connection (65/4) tightens.
3. Screw in the screws (65/10).

5 9.3.5 Connecting the plug connections
3 4 1. Connect all plug connections except the connection between the bed
and the board bed X9.
1 2. Take the plug connections from Table 3 and 3.1 respectively.
3. Pull the plug connections along the front slots of the boards when connecting
the plug connections.
65
Control Mounting Mounting Mounting Mounting Mother-
2 board board board board side board board
Canopy Canopy Tanner Bed
1 3 No. 1 No.2 No.3 No.4 No.5 No. 6
Canopy X10, 29-pin X11, 29-pin
Side tanner X12,
10 4 29-pin
9 5 6 7
Bed X9, 29-pin
8 Control plate X2, 18-pin X3, 18-pin X4, 18-pin X 6, 9-pin X1, 29-pin
Left slot
Mounting pl. X13, 9-pin
66 1 No. 4
2
2 Mounting pl. X13, 9-pin
No. 3

3 Terminal X14, 29-pin
4 Base
centre back
5
Base, X7, 29-pin
11 6 7
left above
small fan
8
10 Table 3
9

67 Main processor board Plug-in connections for the main board on the motherboard
10 11 to the side
tanner Main board Item in Fig. 67
Drawer above BREEZE 3-core black cable 1
Drawer above BREEZE multi-core white cable 2
9 8
Interior control panel multi-core white cable 3
Interior control panel 6-core grey cable 4
7 Loudspeaker base 5-pin white cable 5
right hand side housing
Loudspeaker right 5
2 BREEZE drawer

to the
Thermo guard base 3-pin grey cable 6
interior centre back
control
panel Table 3.1
4

6
To the 3
thermo to the Interior
guard
1 control panel
BREEZE drawer

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68 9.3.6 Assembling the bed
1 2 3
Pushing in the bed
1. Pull the cable with the socket X9 of the bed board (No. 5) backwards through
the square opening into the base.
2. Rest the bed with its rear third on the base.
4
Attention: Do not trap the bed cable. It must drop into the base. Push
5 the bed in carefully. Do not damage the ventilation grid of the front
section at the foot of the bed.
Warning
3. Push in the whole bed by the front edge (68/7) a little as if you were pushing
in a drawer.
6 Attention: Do not push on the illumination lamp (FLOOR LIGHT) by mistake.
7 4. Fasten the holding cord at the bed rear side (68/2).
5. Plug the 29-pin connector of the bed cable into the 29-pin socket X9 of the
bed board.
6. Push the bed back as far as it will go.
7. Tighten one screw 6 x 16 (68/6) each in the groove.
8. Check that all plug-in units are pushed back and that all plug connections
69 are connected.
1
Mounting the filter frame
2 1. Grip the filter frame by the handle (71/1).
2. Push the handle under the front edge of the bed panel.
3 3. Insert the filter frame with its locating pin (71/4)in the holes
4 in the base.
4. Swing the filter frame with the handle towards the base.
5 5. Turn the slots of the bolts (70/2) to the vertical position.
6. Mount the second slightly larger filter frame at the left of the base in the
same way.

Fitting the large cover panel in front of the base
1. Insert the cover (71/7) with the two bottom grooves into the location pins
(71/5) of the base.
2. Lift the cover up a little.
70 3. Attach the two karabiner fittings (71/3) to the cover.
2 3 4
4. Swing the cover upwards towards the until it touches the base.
5. Turn the two hexagon socket bolts using the Allen key (71/6) towards the
sides of the base.

Fitting the bed panel Mounting the acrylic panels
1. Place the corrugated bed panel onto the bed so that the grooves sit in the
adjusting bolts (68/5).
1 2. Lift the complete unit (bed panel, acrylic side tanner panel, rail) and place
it onto the equipment.
5 3. Insert the pins of the bolts (68/3) into the holes (68/4) of the bed frame.
4. Lock the pins by pushing the bolts (68/3) towards the front part and tightening
them.
5. Tilt the bed panel (69/1) upward and fasten the gas pressure springs (69/5)
to the bed panel at the top fixing points on both sides (69/2) (69/1).
6. Lift up the corrugated bed panel and attach it to the retaining cables
6 (69/3).
7. Hold the bed panel by the long front side (70/6) and lower it onto the bed.
8. Turn both bolts (70/5) using the Allen key to secure the bed panel firmly in
71 place.
1 2
Fitting the acrylic side tanner panel
1. Lift up the interior control panel (70/4).
The control panel snaps into place.
2. Tilt the acrylic panel (70/3) towards the side tanner until it touches.
3. Turn the three bolts (70/2) to the right using the Allen key (70/1).
3 4. Swing the control panel (70/4) down.
The control panel snaps into place.
4

5

7 6

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72 9.4 Connecting the air extraction unit
Attention: IMPORTANT! The heated cooling air must be extracted
through a direct air outlet (central air extraction) from the air ex-
traction duct (72/1) of the unit. A pipe must therefore be attached to
Warning the air extraction adapter to take the exhaust air to the outside. uwe
recommends a special air extraction flue which can be order as an
accessory for this purpose. Further information on effective ventilati-
on is contained in the brochure „ Ventilation Tips“, available from
your authorised dealer or from us.
Attention, IMPORTANT! Please observe as otherwise there is danger
of overheating! If the exhaust air is led outside via a ventilation duct,
2 attention must be paid to ensure that there is little impedance to
flow within the duct as otherwise additional fan will be required. In

351
403 this case please contact a ventilation specialist. The air outflow is
approx. 2500 m3/h and thus a corresponding amount of fresh air
165
needs to be supplied to the cabin. Therefore fresh air inlets with an
uncovered diameter of at least 2500 cm2 must be provided in the
1 cubicle walls.
952

9.4.1 Accessories for air extraction duct
(warm air recovery system, air extraction flue)
• Warm air recovery system
(can only be supplied as part of the original order)
It is possible to equip the upper part (72/2) of the air extraction duct with a
warm air recovery system (73/2). A thermostat is supplied with the warm air
recovery system for wall mounting. The thermostat is set to the desired room
temperature.

Dimensions in mm Please ask for more details!
• Exhaust air flue
The direct air outlet from the unit’s air extraction duct can be equipped with a
special air extraction flue (Fig. 73/1) obtainable from uwe.
73 Accessories Please ask for more details!

9.5 Connecting up the plug connections
Attention: The equipment must be connected up by a qualified elec-
trician in accordance with the valid DIN-VDE and UVV regulations.
The person setting up the unit must test it and produce a report in
1 duplicate in accordance with DIN VDE 0701. The operator must keep
Warning
one copy of the report and send the other copy to uwe Customer
Services.
The unit is supplied with a 5-core mains cable for connection to a three-phase
400 V 3 N ~ 50 Hz power supply, with neutral and earth. The relevant wiring
diagram is supplied with every unit.
1. Install a contact breaker device in the electricity supply which allows the
unit to be completely disconnected from the mains by a gap of at least
3 mm at each pin.

9.6 Coin operated timer or central control desk
The unit must be installed by a qualified electrician in accordance with the
2 valid DIN-VDE 100 specifications.
Mounting the coin operated timer (Fig. 74)
1. Open the unit.
2. Disconnect the cable connection between the door and the housing.
3. Remove main door and coin box.
4. Push out the openings you need for the cables in the housing.
74
63 5. Screw the cable fittings provided into the openings.
6. Fix the unit to the wall with 3 dowel screws.

The device must be mounted vertically on a solid wall free of vibra-
tions.
Function
7. Pull the mains cable and control wires through the cable fittings.
8. Connect the wires to the labelled contacts.

Ensure that the coin meter can be disconnected from the mains
(contact gap 3 mm) and that it is properly earthed.
Warning

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9. Connect the cable connectors to the power supply, the main board and
the earth.
10. Remount the main door and the coin box.
11. Close the unit.
Information on operating and setting the unit is given in the
operating instructions of the coin operated timer. Please note that for safety
reasons the maximum tanning time for this type of unit is limited to 30 minutes.

9.7 Installing air conditioning at a later stage (Accessories)

If you purchase air conditioning at a later stage your existing unit will
need to be modified.
Warning

75 Removing the large cover in front of the base
1. Take the Allen key (75/2).
2. Turn both hexagon socket bolts (75/3) of the large cover using the Allen key
towards the centre of the unit.
3. Open up the cover (75/1) a little to the front.
3 4. Disconnect both connectors (75/4) from the cover.
5. Lift the cover up over both location pins (75/5) of the base.
4
Installing the air conditioning unit
1. Dismount the shielding bracket (76/2) by unscrewing the five screws ( 76/1).
2. Place the air conditioning unit on the front of the base.
3. Connect the 3-pin connector of the air conditioning unit (76/5) to the 3-pin
connector (76/4) in the base.
1 2 5 4. Check to ensure that the rubber seal (76/3) is correctly installed on the right
side round the rectangular black cover. If not, install it correctly.
5. Push the air conditioning unit (76/6) into the recess to the back right as far as
it will go onto the rubber seal.
76 Only required if the unit doesn’t
have air conditioning 6. Secure the air conditioning unit with the 3 screws (76/7) through the mounting
bracket(76/8).
7. Mount the cover plate on the front (76/10) using the 5 screws (76/9).

If the equipment is operated without air conditioning unit, the
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4 partitioning bracket (76/2) must be remounted.
1 3
5 Warning
Fitting the large cover panel in front of the base
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1. Insert the cover with the bottom grooves into the locating pins (75/5) of the
7 base.
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2. Tilt the cover upwards a little.
10 3. Attach both connectors (75/4) to the cover.
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4. Swing the cover at the bottom towards the base until it fits closely.
5. Turn both hexagon socket bolts (75/4) using the Allen key (75/2) towards the
sides of the base.

Correct functioning of the air conditioning unit
1. Check to ensure that the air conditioning unit is working properly.

Parts list for retrofitting the air conditioning unit (ID. No. 264 931)
Part ID. No. Drawing No. Item in
Fig. 76
Polenz air conditioning unit 262337 6
Mounting bracket 262332 -07x015-0499/002 8
Partition wall front left 264673 -07x011-0403 10
Pan-head tapping screw 35573
DIN 7981 F 4,2 x 9,5 1, 7, 9

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77 10 TECHNICAL DATA
10.1 Technical specifications, dimensions and UV type*
CAYENNE XTT
165 Unit Type 7019/100 HD XTT

1435
Power (incl. air condition (kW) 14,0 kW
Operating voltage (V) 400 V 3N ~ PE 50 Hz
1041

1801
Fuse protection (A) 3 x 32 A (K32)
988

180 Weight (kg) ca. 800 kg

712
Dimensions
1175 Length (mm) 2290
1290 Depth (mm) 1455
Height (with the canopy open) (mm) 1801
Recommended minimum size
of the cubicle L x D (mm) 2500 x 2400
Noise emission (A) ≤ 70 dB
1435

Ambient temperature for operation max. 35° C
The installation site must have a loading capacity of at least 500 kg/m²
and must be flat.
*We reserve the right to make technical changes.

2290
402 Skin type II Skin type III Skin type IV
165
Maximum number of 60 43 33
tanning sessions per year ( at 15 kJ/m²) ( at 15 kJ/m²) ( at 15 kJ/m²)
1455

CAYENNE XTT Lamp unit UV TYPE to
1290

EN 60335-2-27
Canopy, face 3 x 1 kW BQ 1176 Z4 2
Canopy, body 17 x COSMOLUX 160 W 4
2290 VHR 4
5 x COSMOLUX
VHR4 200 180 W
Dimensions in mm
Canopy background lighting 1 x TLD 18 W/18 blue
Canopy uwe logo illumination 4 x PL-S 7 W
Canopy illumination 7 x L 30 W / 21-840 Plus
effect lighting
Side tanner 5 x COSMOLUX
VHR 4 200 180 W
Bed 20 x COSMOLUX 4
160 W VHR 4
Bed lighting (FLOOR LIGHT) 1 x TL-D 36 W/18 blue

10.2 Cover of lamps (filter discs)
The UV light sources in the canopy and side tanner are covered by 2.5 mm
acrylic panels and in the bed with two 4 mm (corrugated) and 5 mm acrylic
panels. The acrylic panels are frosted on the lamp side (LIGHT GLASS) except
for the corrugated acrylic panel in the bed and the GB area of the canopy
panel.

The high pressure lamps of the CAYENNE XTT unit are covered by the following
filter discs: High pressure lamps (3 lamps): one filter disc of 324 interference
each on the user side (Product No. 02936) and one transparent filter disc 316
each on the lamp side (Product No. 02932). The high pressure lamps are
protected by a polished panel of 2.5 mm acrylic panel.

Between the lamps and frame of the canopy and bed respectively, there is a
reflector made of shiny rolled, electroplated, anodised aluminium.

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ID.-NR. 266 119 / 07/2003

uwe GmbH
Buchstrasse 82 · Postfach 2020
D-73510 Schwäbisch Gmünd

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