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MODEL225P/23OP

ULTRASOUND

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OPERATOR'SMANUAL

O INSTALLATION O OPERATION O MAINTENANGE O PARTS

P.lrr.73778 BEVC

table of contents

Description

FOREWORD

WARRANTYINFORMATION

SAFETYINSTRUCTIONS

SPECIF|CAT|ONS

ULTRASOUND THERAPYINDICATIONS

ULTRASOUNDTHERAPY CONTRAINDICATIONS

INTELECT225PI23OPOPERATINGCONTROLS

OPERATINGPROCEDURE .

DESCRIPTION OFTHEULTFIASOUNDFIELD

PLOTOF ULTRASOUNDFIELDSPATIALDISTRIBUTIONS

ABBREVIATIONS

TROUBLESHOOT|NG

MAINTENANCE AND SERVICEINSTRUCTIONS

ULTRASOUND CALIBRATION

COMPONENT

PARTSLtsr .

SCHEMATICS

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foneword

Thismanuarhas been preparedfor the ownersandoperators

It contains generalinstructions

information. In order to aidin the safe operation

tota*y famiriarwith the

operating it. The specifications put

of the Intelect@Model 225Pl23oP'

pnactices'maintenance and parts

on operation, safety

obtainmaximum rifeandefficiency from your

of the unit, readandundenstani

controrson the panerand the

ModelzzsP/z3oP andto

this manuarthoroughry and become

a.ppricator that comeswith

in

the unit before

effect at the time of publication'

rortn in this manuarwere

Chattanooga Co.f,o."tion'. policyof

madeaLanytime without

continuous improvement' changes to

obrigation on the part of chattanooga

However,owingto

these specifications maybe

Conponation.

full one Year wanrantY

chatranooga corporation (.,company")warrants that rnterect@Model 225Pl23oP ("Product"l is

free of defects

Thiswannanty shallnemain in effect for one (1) year fnomthe date of the original consumer'

in material andworkmanship'

this product and extend= ,o -ny ownerof

the product duringthe

warnanty peniod'

punchaseof

lf this

materiarandworkmanship, companyi.,n"

without changewithina

year.wanranty periodbecause of a defect in

Product failsto functionduringthe one

periodof thiriy isor

company or the deirer.

settingdearerwiirreprace onrepairthis Product

o"y= fnomthe date on

which rhe defective Product

company or the dearerwiilshipthe repracement or

is neturned to the

the nepaired Productto the

consumer's residence' THISWARRANTY DOESNOTCOVEFI:

1. Replacement parts onlaborfurnishedby anyoneothenthan the company' the dealeror an

apProvedComPanY serviceagent'

damagecausedby

laborfurnishedby someone other than the company' the

unreasonable use,includingthe

2. Defects or

dealenor an

approved Companyserviceagent'

Productwhileit ls in the possesslc rnof the owner during

a defect in material and

3. Any malfunction or failurein the

periodif the malfunction or failureis not causedby

malfunction or failureis causedby

the warranty

workmanship or if the

failuretoprovidereasonab|eandnecessarymaintenance.

NOT BE LIABLE FORINCIDENTAL OR CONSEOUENTIAL

COMPANY SHALL

DAMAGES TO PROPERTY OR BUSINESS.

not allowthe exclusion or limitation of incidentalor consequential damages' so

some states do

the abovelimitationor exclusion may not applyto you'

TO OBTAIN SERVIcE from the companyor the sellingdealerunderthis warranty' the I owner must do or abideby the following:

A written claimmust be madewithin the warranty periodto

the company or the selling

1. dealer. lf the claimis madeto inr corp"ny, written

claimshouldbe sent to: P'O' Box

A?ET,lOlMemorialDrive,Chattanooga'Tennessee374O5'

the company

or the sellingdealerby the owner'

2. The Product must be returned to

This warranty givesyou specificlegalrights, and you may also haveother rights which vary from state to state.

company does not authorize any person or representative to create for it any o'her obligation

or liabilityin connection

contained in the

Any representative or agreement not

with the sale of this

pnoduct.

warranty shallbe voidand of no effect'

safety instrucdons

1.

z.

3.

in the presence of flammable anesthetics'

wABttllluc: Explosion hazard

wA.ttrttc:

same type and rating'

if used

pnotectionagainst fire hazard replace fuses only with ones of the

andoperatinginstructi"-1"-'-51"* the limitations and

bb""ru" m" "Jt"ty

andoperationar decars pracedonthe

For continued

Read,understand and practicethe safety

hazardsassociated with the unrasouno. unit.

4.Grounding-Makecertainthattheunitise|ectnica||ygroundedbyp|uggingrntoaneIectrica|outlet

5.

6.

7.

oril"tl.

Followine National

Electric Code'

wirh a groundilr,,.,in"f

The Intelect

recepracle iU-grornO

should not be connected boany othen devicewhen in use'

Model 225PI23OP

Federallawrestricts thisdeviceto saleby,ononthe ordenof, a physicianor licensed

CAUTIOIU:

pnactitioner.

Thegenenatorshourdberoutinerychecked beforeeachuseto determine that allcontrols function

g.

norma||y;especia||ythatthelNTENS|TYcontro|doesproper|yadjusttheintensityofthe

urtrasonic powenoutput ina stabremannen.ntsooetlnmine that

doesactuallyterminate ultnasonicoutput powerwhenthe

CAUTlOltl:-Use of controlsor specified heneinmayresult in

the

TREATMENT TIMEcontrol

timer neaches zero'

or performanceof proceduresother than those

adjustments

hazandousexposure to ultrasonic energy'

specifications

Frequency - 1.OMHz t

Duty Cycle - 1OO% (continuousmodel

5%

50% t

20% t

10% (Pulse model 1O% (Pulse mode)

pulse Dunation -

5

2

msec + 20% (50% duty

20% t20% duty

msec t

cycle pulsedmode)

cycle pulsedmodel

PulseRepititionRate - 1OOHz t

20%

UltrasonrcPowen - variablefrom 1 watt variablefrom 1 watt

to 20 watts, Intelect23OP

to 1Owatts, lntelect 225P

Output Meten Accuracy- +

2O"/"ffor any output above 1O"/oof maximum)

remporarPeak/AveraseIntensitvFtatio- 3,1:i }}y;lZi#f !:il !I:i:.

Output:

1.

continuous - 1 MHz signalthat is on as longas the timer ls runnlng'

Z.

pulse- 1 MHz signalmodulated1OO%by the 1OOHz rectangularwavewith the selected Duty cycle.

TimerAccuracy:

1. Less than o.5 minutesfor settings lessthan 5 minutes

2. 1O%for settingsfrom 5 minutesto 1Ominutes

3. 1 minutefor settingsgreaterthan 1Ominutes

Applicator:

1. Effectivenadiatingarea-.8.5

4.O

CM2 +

CMz + 1.OCMz, Intelect225P ft

1.5CM2, Intelect23OP (t

18"/")

25"/")

2. Maximumbeamnon-uniformityratio - 6.0:1

3. Beamtype - collimating

lnputpowenrequirements:

(Domestic) 12OV + / (ExPort) Z?Ov + /

60 Hz 1O%

3/4 Amps

50

Hz 10%

3/8 AmPs

Size - 12" widex 5" highx 1?" deep (not includinghandle)

Weight - 11.5 lbs.

indications for ultrasound therapy {'

bursitis with slight

some indications for the use of urtrasound incrude adhesive capsulitus,

carcification, myosrtis, soft

shortened tendons dueto

roi"iil;+

pas-tinluny, healing scar

covered by

heat these

tissue i"r".i"",

for thetreatment of all

isthe

rissueand

rypesof ioint "onr."ttu.es resulting it;

modatiryof choiceto obtainth"."pe,ti"

pranrarwarrs.Urrnasound

Neither

isaneffici"n,

""psular tightness andscarning' Ultrasound

?od-y-:tl'"tures

is ableto

1"g

r"""rl ot neatinf *itnl1

shortwave or microiave diathermy

comparable to ultrasound'

thick

rayersof sotJii==r".

underlying structures to

producet""'it"

contraindications fon ultnasound therapy '

Nor

BE usED over the eyesonthe

r-eproductive organs. Also ultrasound

Urtrasound sHouLD

sHouLD

septis,deepveinthnombosis, or arterialdisease,andover

causeimpairmentof cancerous lesions'

NOTBEUSEDoverapregnantutenus.other-contraindications incrudeacute infectionor

anesthetized areas or conditions that

sensations, such as

chemotherapy. Ultrasound ls NoT TO BE USED over

REF:Lehmann,J'F., Therapeutic Heat andCo|d;13: 367-378, 1972.

operating controls

intelect= 230P

U

/l-

,.r*Aor"o\r9lg ^

oN

|

lrAx rErrP-

too%

to"h

20

corrtiuous

PULaED loo ll,

Thisisa0- 2g minutenotarytimer.whenthettmer

greenLEDlabeledUltrasoundon willbelit.whenTimerisinthe off position'powerto

TREATMENT TrMER/

is on,the

the genenatonis off.

powER

swrrGH:

2. INTENSITy:

Rotatingthis controlknobclockwise increasesthe amountof ultrasound power

.J.

beingdelivered.

HEAOMAX TEMp

[tnansducer)reachesapproximately 140 degreesF.At the timethe

stop

con5inueto run.Whenthetransducercoolsto

ThisRedLEDcomesonwhenthetempenature of theultrasound head

LEDcomeson'the unitwill

UltrasoundbnLED

willgo

out, andthe TreatmentTimerwill

approximately 120 F,the LEDwillgooff andthe

LED:

pnoducinguttrasound,the

ultrasound powerwillbe restored.

4 .

5.

6 .

ThisGreenLEDisonwhenultrasound powerisbeingtransmitted from

Bypressingthisswitch,the

operatorcanselectanultnasoundoutput

2

I

millisecondsbetween pulses'

Bypressingthisswitch,the operatorcanselectanultrasoundoutput

5

millisecondsbetween pulses'

uLTRASOUNDON LED:

the transducer[soundhead].ThisLED comeson whenthe Tr"eatmentTimer/PowerSwitchis

finstturnedon.

AO% pULSED SWITGH:

of 1 MHz that is pulsedat 1OOputse-sper second.Thispnoducesrectangular pulsesof

millisecorrdsduration,with an off time of

50% pULSED SWITGH:

of 1 MHz that is pulsedat 100 putse-spensecond.This

producesrectangular pulsesof

millisecondsduration,with an off time of 5

7 . 1OO%CONTIilUOUS SWITCH: By pressingthis output that is a continuoussinusodialwaveformat

g.

switch, the operator can select an ultrasound

a frequencyof 1 MHz nominal.

uLTRASOUNOOUTPUTDISPLAY:Thisdisplayshowsthe

intensityavailableat

lowerscaleinw/cM2. Avenage poweris

amountof ultrasound powerand

mode.Peakpowerts

thetransducer (sound head).Theupperscaleiscalibnated inWatts andthe

shownwhenincontinuous (100%)

operatingpnocedure

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Plugthe unit into a properlygroundedoutlet of the proper voltage and line fne- quency.Fleferto the Nameplateon the rear of the unit'

Operatorshouldadjust the applicatorhandleto the desired position.Tightenthe thumbscrew securelY.

Set the TneatmentTimer at the O (Off) position,andthe lntensity control at the (fully counter clockwise position).

At this pointyoumaybeginthe treatment byapplyingIntelectUltrasoundGelto the area of the patient to be tneated.

Turn the Treatment Timerknobto the desiredbreatmenttime by turningthe knob beyondthe desiredtime and then backingup to the desinedtime.

Selectthe operatingmodeby

2ooloPulsedMode,Switch 6

ContinuousMode. The 2ooloPulsedMode is automaticallyselecteduponactuation

pressingthe appropriateswitch. Switch 5 for the

for the 5O%PulsedMode,or Switch 7 for the 1OO7"

of the timer.

Youshouldthen placethe applicatorin contact with the patient'sbodywith a firm

uniform pressure. You must keep the applicatonmovingduring

Failureto keepthe applicatopmovingmay result in ultnasoundenergy.

Intensitycontrolt2) untilyoureachthe

Adjust the UltrasoundOutputbyturningthe

desiredoutput. Use the Upperscalefor

tneatmentfor anyreason,tunnthe Treatment Timerto

7.

the treatment'

hazardousexposuneto the

51

g.

Watts and Lower scalefoFW/CmZ.

lf youneedto intemuptthe

thl off position (Bell willring).To nesumetreatment repeat steps 4-8' 1O. At the endof the treatment, the endof tneatmentbellwillsoundandthe unit will shut off.

intelect'

U

rrr-

23oP

POWERIN WATTS

ItTEtStTY tt

w/CU2

OUTPUT

o

INTENSITY TREATMENT TIMER

uLrRAsouND HEAD

3,,:ir@

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30.

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9,,

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Plrltco

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CHATTANC'CIOA

description of ultrasonic field

of the nadiated fierdis essentiaily a coilimated

the t o cn,i sound

beamof ultrasonlc enengy

The spatiar distribution

headwhenmeasured at a point5

havinga cross-se"tion"r areaof a.s cMrlor

millim-eters from the tnansducer face'

Theenergydistribution withinthe radiated fieldis2.4W/CM2 maximum' andtakesa generallyconic shapehavingdecneasingintensity",p.og.""sive|yincreasingdistancefromthefaceofthe transducer.

Thisfierddis*ibution appries for the radiation emitted

into the equivarent of an infinite medium of

andwithlinevoltagevariations intherangeof + 10 percentof

tietospatiatoistriuwion of the

distilleddegassed water'at30 deg.c. the raredrinevortage.Theur*asonic

ih" ="r"

5 CM2soundheadis essentially

as the rlEtoof the 1o

CM2sound head'

PLOTOFULTRASONIC FIELDSPATIALDISTRIBUTION 10 cM2

1OOo/"

9O"/"

8O"/"

TOYo

60"/"

10,|,%

9OV"

8O"/"

7O"/"

60o/"

5O"/"

4Oo/"

3O"/"

20o/o

1Oo/"

20

to

o1020

RADIALDISTA]IIGE

FROMGEilTEROFAPPUCATOBHEAD

II!LUIIETERS

P

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R

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E

N

T

o

F

P

o

w

E

B

PLOTOFULTRASONICFIELDSPATIALDISTRIBUTION 5 CMz

1OO"/"

90%

BOV"

7Oo/o

6OV"

S,OY"

4O"/"

3O"/"

2O"/"

1O"/"

Oo/o

l

I

-

I

I

\

/

\

/

\

\

\

\ I

201001020

1OO"/"

9O"/"

8OV"

7O"/"

6,tJ%

5O"/"

4O"/"

30%

ztJ%

1O"/"

o%

P

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B

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E

N

T

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F

P

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W

E

R

RADIAL DISTANCEFROMCENTEROFAPPLIGATORHEAD MILLIMETERS

abbreviations

The followingabbreviationsare used on the applicatorheadsof the lntelect 225P1?3OP.

Area: Effective RadiatingArea

Coll.:Collimating BNR=Beam Non-UniformityRatio

Freq. = Frequency

trouble shooting

The following problemsandsolutions afe presentedto assist youinsolvingsomeof the

.roblemsthatcouldpossiblyhappentoyourlntelectazsPor23OP'

Pnoblem

No Powen to unit

Unit has Power but no Ultnasound outPUt'

rlS outputmeter onlY ,dicatesabouthalf-scale or lesswhen INTENSITYis set at maximum.

When unit

HEAD MAX. TEMP LED (Red) lights and beePer

sounds.

is

enengized

Timer will not set

1) Unit not Plugged in'

2l No power to the

receptacle'

3) Inputfuse blown.

4l Internal fuse blown.

5) Looseconnection insideuni

6)

7)

Applicator cableloose'

Applicator cablebroken'

8)

9) Crystaldamaged.

Oscillator detuned'

1O)ShortedaPPlicatorcable

11) Water in aPPlicatorhead.

12) Timer knob loose

l0

Action To Take

1) Plugin

2)

unit' for tripped circuit breaker

ChJck

or blownfuse on the facilitY

circuit.

3) Change the

3/4 amP' ('315 amP)

slo-blo

entry necePtacle on the back of

ine

fuse located in the Power

unit. (3/8 amP for 22O V units')

Remove Power cord prior to changing

$

5)

6)

the fuse.

Checkthe 3 amPand 1/2 amp

picofuseson

board.This

by a Oualified Senvice Technician'

Checkintennalconnections for proper seatingof plugsin necePtacles andfor brokenwires'

the Power suPPlY

should be doneonlY

Fteplugcableinto the shieldbox'

7) ReplacecableonlYwith the same type of cable.

8) Recalibnate.

9)

Replacetransducer headin the applicatorand recalibrate'

1O) Checkthe cablewibhan'ohmmeter' lf the cable is shorted, rePlace the cablewith the sametYPe'

11)

Removethe transducer head and dry out the insldeof the

applicator'

defective,

the factory.

rePlaceit' Consult

lf the O-ring is

121 Removecap on the kndband

tiglften

timer fullYclock-wise and then

the collet. Rotate the

lossen the collet so that the knobis free. Alignthe white line on the knob with the 29 min.mark on the timer scale

and r^e-tighten the

Perform section 4 of calibration

procedure.

knob collet'

maintenanceandseFuiceinstructions

1

.

2.

Tofullymaintaincompliancewith FederalRegulationTitle21 e1 CFRIthisunitmustbe recalibratedannually.lt is recommendedthat allChattanoogaCorporation Ultrasound products be returned to the factory or an authorizedservicingdealerfor repainsor

recalibnations.lt is also necommendedafter the replacementor repairof any majon component. (See Sectionfor CalibrationPnocedures'l :;

Thefollowingitehs shouldbecheckedat leastmonthlyto insure properoperationof this unit:

Powercordandplug.checkto makesurethe cordisnotfnayed,kinkedor hastorn or cut insulation.

Transducer (applicatorJ Cable.Checkto makesurethe cableisflexible,fneeof kinks,

not frayedandthat insulationis intact'

,3 Tnansducen (applicator)Handle.Checkto makesurethaLit isnot crackedor broken'

.2

.1

.4

.5

Transducen (applicator]Face.Checkto seethat thereis nobuild-upof gelof foneign

materialon the stainlesssteel face.

LEO's.Checkeachfunctionto seeif the LEDisonwhenyouareusingthat function.

t l

calibration

An Erectricar shock Hazardis presentduringseverar portionsof the calibration

OualifiedSenvice Technician'

cAUTroN:

procedure.Calibration should be periormedbya

1. TESTEOUIPMENT

.1 power

WV-12O8 or

linemonitor (expandedscalevoltmeter for ratedlinevoltaget' 1o"/d'VIZmodel

equivalent for 120VAC line'

BEOUIRED

.2Autotransformer,adjustab|efromgoo/oto11o"/"ofrated|inevo|tage,l50wattsor

greater.

. 3

.4 Oscilloscope, Hameg Hm 204-2 or equivalent'

U|trasoundPowerMeter,OhmiclnstrumentsMode|UPM-3oorequiva|ent.

.

.

.

.

.

5

6

7

8

9

Probe,voltate, X1O,Scope,low capacitance'

Probe,current,TextronixP6o2lACcurrentprobeonequiva|ent.

Voltmeter,Digital,,g'l12digits,simpsonModel46lorequivalent'

Probe,tempenatune, FlukeModel8OT-15O or equivalent'

Sourceof approximately 1/2 gallonof

degreesCelsuisfor use in UPM-30

distilledde-oxygeriated (<5 PPM)watenat 30 powermeter (item#3)'

.1O Counter,frequency, 1O MHz, TniplettTOOOor equivalent'

.11

Stopwatch' SiliconixModel7O5 or equivalent'

Applicatoncurrenttnansformer adapter[seeFig' 1)'

.12

2.INSTRUMENT PREPABATION

.1

Removethetop coverof the unitbyremovingthefour#6 truss headscrews (two on

eachsidel andlift the covenoff the cabinet'

.Z Removethe two #B truss headscrews

[onescnewon

eachside).The Front

betweenthe handlelatchesandthe bezel

Panelcan now be tilted forward for easyaccess

to the adiustmentson the controlboand'

. g

Inserta RFcurnent probeadaptorbetweenthe

RF phononeceptacleon the

constructionis shownin Fig' 1.

ultrasoundapplicator cableandthe

shieldboxlocatedon the rear panel'The adaptor

SOLDER HEBE

FIGURE 1

l 2

1A AWG30uD

BUs WIBE

-T

1t2"

NF PHOTIO NECEPIACLE

SOLDEN HENE

COTTIEGT TO 'r20 v 60 Hz (220 V 50 HA POWEnSOUnCE

10&131

VAC

(198-242 VAC!

3. TESTSET-UP

FIGUBE2

.1

.2

Connectthe test set-upas shownin Fig.2. Set AC input voltagewith the autotransfonmerto 120 montfor.

Fig.2. S e t A C i n p u t v o l t a

€?CJ VAC line

.g SeeOHMICINSTRUMENTSclinicalengineeringnotesAN-33Ofonopera- tion of the UPM-30us. PowenMeter.

4.TIMERTESTAND ADJUSTMENT

.1

Usinga stopwatch,checkthe accuracyof the timenwith time settingsof 1

't

Omin.,2Omin.,and29 min

min.,-5min.,

required timer accuracy.

Seespecificationsonpage4

for

.Z lf the timer accuracyis

clockwiseandadjustihe is alignedwith the 29

out of specification,rotate

colletonthe knobsothat the

the timer knobfully whitelineonthe knob

minutemarkon the timenscale'

.g

Repeatsteps "o" 4.1 andcheckalsobhatthe whitelineon the knobis aligned

with the

positionon the scaleafter the timentimes out.

5. CHECKPOWERSUPPLY

.1

.2

Rotate INTENSITYknobfullycounterclockwiseand the timer to its fully clockwise position.

Connectthe DCdigitalvoltmetento thepins1

t+l and2 e) onconnectot'P2

whichconnectsto the controlboandand

shouldbe between11.5 VDC and 12.5 VDC.

measurethe 12VDC output. lt

6. ADJUSTTHE DUTYCYCLEAND CHECKPULSEFREOUENCY.

.1

SelectaO"/"DUTYCYCLEandconnectthe

#3 (signal) andgroundclipto pin#2

oscilloscope voltageprobeto ptn

(com'1.

.Z Adjust

the time baseof the oscilloscopeto

1 msec/divand measurethe

p".ioOof the I OOHzsignal.lt shouldbe

between8.0 msecand 12 msec.

l 3

,3 Adiust Ehescopelime base for 1Odivisions of onecycleof the sigqal' on the

conErolboard,adjusER6forapu|sewidthofT'9divisions.

.4Se|ect50%DUTYCYCLEandad|usER4ontheconEro|boardforapu|se

.5

width of

select

4.7 divisions'

1OO%DUTY CYCLE and observe that the signal is a DC level less

than.5V.

T.CHECK AND ADJUST THE R.F'

.1

.2

Connect

rent

EheSCOpe current

Rotate the

OSCILLATOR

prob.earound

the center conductor of the cur-

probeadaptorandconnect thevoltage probeto the outside conductor'

INTENSITY control clockwise as you observe-the voltage and

Th9 *?Ytiglts

should be

o"i"g i;il;;;nd

oscillation should be stable'

currenE waveforms on EheJual channet scope,

wirhin5 i;;;;;;'"i

.3RepeatstepT'2with5oo/odutycyc|eandthenwith2o"/odutycyc|e

selected.

rgar palel (see fig' 3 for locatton'

its near panel

.4 Adiusrc4 through the access holeon

nemovehole capsl

accessholefor

for

phase correction and c7 through

ifre

oscillation stability in the pulsemodes

(2O"/"and 50o/o]'

.6

Feplacestainless holecapson near panel'

n

ffi

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o

c4

ct

o

FIGURE3

t{

8. CHECKANDADJUSTMODULATEDRFDUTYCYCLE

i

l\

"

'\.

.

i

.1

.2

Select2ooloDUTYCYCLEandobservethe

dutycycleof the 1OOHz modulacedRF

obtain21"/"duEycycle.

waveform.Re-adiustR6 as necessanyto

Select 50% DUTY CYCLEand againobsenvethe modulatedRF wavefonm' Re- adiust R4 as necessanyto obtain53% duty cycle'

g. OUTPUTMETERCALIBRATION

.1 Withelectnical powerfemoved,adjustthe

thefront panelunderthe meter,to

mechanicalzenoadjustment, locatedon

alignthe metenpointenwith Oonthe meterdial'

Re-applyelectr.ical powerto the unit andselect lOOY"duty cycle'

INTENSITYcontrolonthe

on the

Model

.2

.3 Adjustthe

fr"ontpaneltoobtainthe ratedoutput power

l-230P

UPM-30for the modelbeingused'

l-225 P

Model

10.0 Watts

20.0 Watts

.4 Adjust

output

the meter calibnation potentiometer,R18, for an indicationof the nated for this modelon the front paneloutput meter'

.5

.6

.7

Checkthe accuracyof the outputmeterby

indicatedon the upNlt-goat the

comparing its indicattonto tne power

eachmodel'

powerlevelslistedfor

l-225P Meten

1.OW

2.0 W

5.OW

W

7.0

10 0 w

UPM-30 Indication

Minimum

.86W

1 72w

4.3 W

60

8.6

w

W

Maximum

1.14W

2'28 w

w

5.7

8.0 w

11.4 w

l-23OP/Meten

UPM-30 Indication

Minimum

Maximum

z.OW

5.OW

10.ow

15.OW

172W

W

W

12.9 W

17.2

W

228W

5'7

w

4.3

8.6

W

W

W

11'4

17'1

22'8

20.0 w Varyrhe tinevottagefnom108

thaf the output

Select50% DUTYCYCLEandcheckthepeakoutputmeteraccuracybycompartng its rndicationto the avenage powerindicationon the UPM-30.

VAC (1 98VACItc 132 VAC Q

?VACIandcheck

powerremainswithinthe limitslistedabove.

POWER avg :

(% Duty Cycle)[Power peak]

l-225P Meter

UPM-30Indicatton

PeakPower

AveragePower

 

Minimum

1.0w

.43W

2.OW

.86 W

s.ow

2.15W

7.OW

3.O W

10.ow

4.3

W

Maximum

.57 W

1.14W

2.85 W

4.O w

5.7

W

l-230PMeter

UPM-3OIndication

 

PeakPower

AvenagePower

 

Minimum

Maximum

2.0 W

.86 W

1.14W

5.0W

2.15W

2.85

W

10.ow

4.3

W

5.7

W

15.0W

6.5

W

8.5

W

20.ow

8.6

W

11.4

W

t5

Se|ect20%DutyCyc|eand-checkth.eaccuracyof.theoutputmeterbycomparing

its indication to th;tL'Fil-go

inoi""tions

as listed below

-

UPM-30 lndicatton

l-ZZSp Merer

PeakPowe.

Average Power Manmum

'23w

Minimuri'---

'18w

'34w

'86w

1'20w

t'tiw

Minimum

.34 W

.86W

1.72 W

2.58

g.44 W

1'ow

2.ow

S.ow

7.OW

'46w

1'14w

1'60w

2'28w

10.ow

l-230P Meter

PeakPower

UPM-3O lndicatton Average Powen

-

Maximum

.46 W

1.14W

2'28 W

W 3.42 W

4.56 W

2.0W

5.Ow

10.0w

15.Ow

20.ow

1O CHECK HEAD MAXIMUM TEMP TRIP

'lApp|ymaximumpoweratloo%dutycyc|etotheu|trasoundapp|icatorwithtt

couPled to the

alr'

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sounds and

tndtcatton wrll go to zerol'

rhe ulffasound

";;;;;,';

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from the head tthe output

meter

.3Aftertheheadcoo|S,powerwi|lbere-app|iedtothehead(LEDgoesoffandmeler

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th the f,empera-

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degnees F'

oftneslainless steelheadtmmediately

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pants list

225P1230P

rear panel

Fef

1

2

3

A

5

6

7

B

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1

1

J

4

Part No.

70398

DescrtPtton

Screw

necePtacte, Power' AC FuseMDA 3/q AIVIP250V Slo-Blo

4-4Ox 3/a Pan Hd PhilPlt

,/+/1,)

70179

70316

7 1208

72167

Fuseholder

PluqButton

Screw

FlolderCordPP-4OO5B-01

SoacerCond HolderPP-4O058-01 Screw 6-32 x 3/a Rd Hd PhilPlt

NKL 5/'16 Fedscrew 121

4-4Ax 5/16 Rd PhilPlt

736C4

73605

70099

7911

B

9

lnsulTO-BERGG 332307-FR54 PnlInt Port BackPnt

Trnstr D45H1 1

Washer"Sholder'7721 -7PPS

/ Jbcc

73571

7511

72970 Nut 4-40 KePPlt

1

5

/

JO4+

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71368

1

7

71404

 

71407

1

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721D2

1

g

73436

 

73424

20

 

60768

2 1

73772

22

7297D

23

70624

l 4

7?435

1-5/16 B-7317-632-Omf

Stand-off

Stand-off6 x 3/a 4538H-632-81 2

PCBOSCPower'l-205 Assembled

PCBOSCPowerl-210 Assembled

Stand-off6 x 1lz 4534-632-81 2

PCB PowerSuPPIYAssY'lN-23ClP

PCB PowerSuPPIYAssY'lN-225P

Nut 6-32 ESNA#22NM-62 Plated

CoverShreldAssYln-225P/230P

Nut 4-40 KePPlt

NuI 4-40 ESNA

TtrNSTRD45C11

18

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1

1

1

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3

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5

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c.

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parrs - 225P123OP

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assembly ZZOV

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1

2

3

4

6

7

I

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1 0

1 1

1 2

1 3

1 4

1 5

tc)

1 7

1 8

1 9

20

2 1

22

23

24

parts list

225P1230P

rear panel

Part No.

DescriPtion

70398 Scnew4-4O x 3/a PanPhilPlt

73421

73885

73426 Fuse Carrier PNLCMP 83O2O130

712C4

72167 Scilw

736c4

73605 SpacerCord

70099 Screw 6-32

Rec DBLfuse PnlcmP8301O28O

Fuse MDA qb AMP 25OV SlqBlo

PluqButtonNKL

4-4Ox

5/16 Fedscrew 121

5/16 Fedscrew 121

HolderCordPP-4OO58-O1

HolderPP-4OO58-O1

x 1e Rd Hd PhilPlt

79118 InsulTO-BERGO 332307'FF'54

73655 PnlInt Port BackPnt

73571 Trnstr D45H11-

7911 9

72970

73644 Stand-off 1-5/16 A-7317-632 Omf

71368

PCB OSC

71407 PCB

72102 srand-off

73436

73A24

WasherSholder7721-7PPS

Nut 4-4O KePPit

Stand-Off 6 x 3/a 4538H-632-812

Powerl-205 Assembled (225P)

714C4

OSC Powerl-210 Assembled (230P)

6 x 1lz 4534-632-81 2

PCB Power SuPPIYAssYlN-230P PCB Power SuPPIYAssYlN-225P

60768 Nut 6-32 ESNA #22NM-62 Plated

73772 CoverShieldAssYIn-225P/230P

72970 Nut 4-40 KePPlt

70624 Nut 4-4O ESNA

72435 Trnstr D45C11

20

otv.

2

1

2

2

2

3

4

4

5

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4

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parts -225P123OP cabinetassembly

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parts list

225P',230P

cabinet assemblY 1zOV'

Ref

1

Part No.

73663

DescrtPfton

Meter rftr-ZZSp MOUTEC 930368-107

73664 Meter 'ttt-ZSOp MOUTEC 930368-106

70628

(-

3 21791

4 7g7A4

5 lelqS

lellO

Nut 4-4OESNA

Screw 6-32 x 33/ePanHd'

Timer O1'hf g0 ftlinute

Phil'Plated

w/c-utshaft 110 V 60 Hz

PCB Contnol BD AssY'l-230P

PCB Control BD AssY' l-225P

Screw-4-4O x 3/e Round Hd' Phil'Plated

PanelIntelect Screw 6-32 x DecalFroni

Port' Front

6 7OO5B

7 ziSi}

217510

s 7346iA

1 0

1

1

l

I

1

a

J

4

t c

1 6

1

7

It1

734F7

73585

liszT

ISAOI

73670

ziOOo

1 g

2A

7O105

73657

23 7gO41

22

lisAl

a

l

24 21Cl24

2 5

2A

27

737A3

29 7g115

2A

30

3 1

32

33

3/e Flat Hd Phil'Plated

.

PanelOver"lay lN-225P

DecalFront PanelOverlay |N-23OP

Bezel11"

KnobWingELMA 026-5-4?5 KnobCaPELMA 040-3615 KnobCaPELMA O4O-5015

KnobWingELMA

023-3426

72515

21739 Nut 8-32 ESNA

7g4SlO

60768

7O4A4

HolderLED

#HLMPO1O3 Black

TnansformerA4l-80-28Signal

Nut 6-32 ESNA

FilterLine3A/250V 60Hz BracketMounting Side'Right Washer #10 FlatPlated

Bottom IntelectPortable painted

Panel,

Jack,BananaSmith15OB-103 Black

Nur B-32 Hex,S/S

73611 Holder"Applicator U S Pontable

73188

21016

ScnewB-32 x 3lq

Screw8-32 x 3/a HandleELMA 66-330-14' cut 11 6" Foot' BlackRubberM-195 13/16 x 25132 SuPPortCaseELMA 63-140 Screw B-32 x 5/e

73474

7O7A2

73593 BracketMounting Side'Left

71319 Scnew6-32 x

1la

ApplicatorUltrasound' Adiustable5-Cy'.^ Applicaton Ultrasound, Adiustable 10 CM2

34 745Fl2

74ls9

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1 0

1

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1

1

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1

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225P1230P

cahinet assemblY 22OV'

Ref

Part no.

1

73663

73664

2

7A624

3

21791

4

73745

5

73445

73760

o

70058

7

73529

I

21790

I

73A77

73A76

1

0

74545

1

1

74579

1 2

73607

1 3

73670

1 4

73606

1 5

72519

1 6

21733

1 7

73490

1 8

60768

1 9

70496

?o

73547

2

1

70105

22

73657

23

790,41

24

21c24

25

7361

1

26

73184

27

21016

2A

73743

29

7911

5

30

73474

3 1

70782

32

73593

33

71319

34

74582

74590

DescriPtion

MeterUSPortablel-225

Meter U S Portable1-230

Nut 4-4O ESNA

Scnew,6-32

Timer,Diehl3O min.cut shaft

x 9tt

PCB Control BD AssY.l-230P

PCB Control BD AssY.l-225P

Screw, 4-4O x3le

Panel,Int.

Scnew 6-32 x s/t]

Decal,Frt. Panel225P 50 Hz Timer Decal,Frt. Panel230P 50 Hz Timer

Bezel11"

Port Frt.

KnobWingELMA 026-5425

KnobCapELMA 040-3615

KnobCaPELMA O4O-5O15

KnobWingELMA 023-3426

HolderLED #HLMPO103BLK

Nut B-32 Esna

TrsnfmrA41 -80-28 Signal

Nut 6-32 Esna#22NM-62 Plated

FilterLine2.5A/2sOV Schaffner

Brkt MEgSide Box Port Right

Washer#10 Flat Plated

Pnl Int Port Bottom Pnt

Jack BananaBlkSmith'1508-103

Nut 8-32 Hex SS

HolderApplUSPort

Screw B-32 x 1a

Screw 8-32 x 1e

Handle66-33G14 ElmaCut 11.6

FeetBlkFlubM-195 13/16 x 25/32

SupportCase63-14O Elma

Screw 8-32 x %

Brkt Mtg

Screw 6-32 x 1/q

Applicator Ulrasound, Adiustabl#ffi' l0

ApplicatorUltrasound,Adiustableffi# ;

Side Box Port Left

24

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1

2

5

1

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6

1

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

6

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