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NIDEK

AUTO KERATOMETER

Model KM-500

OPERATOR’S MANUAL

NIDEK AUTO KERATOMETER Model KM-500 OPERATOR’S MANUAL

* Specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.

are subject to change without notice for improvement. NIDEK CO., LTD. (Manufacturer) NIDEK CO., LTD (Tokyo

NIDEK CO., LTD. (Manufacturer)

NIDEK CO., LTD (Tokyo Office)

NIDEK INCORPORATED (United States Agent)

NIDEK SOCIETE ANONYME (Authorized Representative)

: 34-14, Maehama, Hiroishi-cho, Gamagori, Aichi 443-0038, Japan Telephone: (0533) 67-6611 Facsimile: (0533) 67-6610 6th Floor, Takahashi Bldg., No.2, 3-chome, Kanda-jinboucho Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0051, Japan Telephone: (03) 3288-0571 Facsimile: (03) 3288-0570 Telex: 2226647 NIDEK J : 47651 Westinghouse Drive Fremont, California 94539, U. S. A. Telephone: (510) 226-5700 Facsimile: (510) 226-5750 : Europarc 13, rue Auguste Perret, 94042 CRETEIL, France Telephone: (01) 49 80 97 97 Facsimile: (01) 49 80 32 08

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2004. 2

31511-P902I

Printed in JAPAN

BEFORE USE OR MAINTENANCE, READ THIS MANUAL. This Operator’s Manual contains information necessary for the

BEFORE USE OR MAINTENANCE, READ THIS MANUAL.

This Operator’s Manual contains information necessary for the operation of the NIDEK AUTO KERATOMETER Model KM-500. This manual provides a detailed description of the device, as well as cautions, specifications, accessories, procedure for operation, and maintenance. In this manual, IEC 60601-1 and UL standards are applied. The dioptric powers are indicated with refernce wavelengh of 546.07nm. For correct use, it is necessary that this manual, in particular the operating procedures, be thoroughly understood before using this instrument. Also, have the manual always near the instrument so that you can read it whenever it is necessary. There are no user-serviceable parts inside the instrument except a printer paper. Therefore, if you find any problems or have questions about the instrument during operation, please contact your authorized distributor.

Table of Contents § 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Outline of Product 1.2 Indications for Use 1.3

Table of Contents

Table of Contents § 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Outline of Product 1.2 Indications for Use 1.3 Classifications

§ 1 INTRODUCTION

1.1 Outline of Product

1.2 Indications for Use

1.3 Classifications

1.4 Symbol Information

§ 2 SAFETY

2.1

2.2

2.3 In Installation

2.4 In Wirings

2.5 After Use

2.6 In Maintenance

2.7

2.8

2.9

Operation

In Storage

Disposal

Others

Labels

§ 3 CONFIGURATION

§ 4 SETTING AND CONNECTION

4.1 Setting of the Main Body and the Battery Pack

4.2 Connection of Battery Charger

4.3 Mounting the Main Body on a Slit Lamp

4.4 Mounting the Main Body on the Slide Base

4.5 Interfacing with External Instruments

§ 5 OPERATING PROCEDURES

5.1

5.2 Standard Measurement

5.3 Sagittal Radius Measurement

Preparation

§ 6 CHARGING THE BATTERY PACK

§ 7 OTHER FUNCTIONS

7.1 Illumination of Display Panel

7.2 Change of Corneal Curvature Display

7.3 Parameter Setting

7.3.1 Setting change

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7.5 Comment Setting

§ 8 MAINTENANCE

8.1

Cleaning

8.1.1 Cleaning the plastic body

8.1.2 Cleaning of Measuring Window, Observation Window, and Measuring Light Source Part

8.2 Replacement of Printer Paper (Option)

8.3 List of Parts for Replacement

§ 9 SPECIFICATIONS

§ 10 ACCESSORIES

10.1 Standard Accessories

10.2 Optional Accessories

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INTRODUCTION

§ 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Outline of Product This device is a keratometer which consists of main

1.1 Outline of Product

This device is a keratometer which consists of main body and other various options, such as Hand Held type, Slit Lamp Joint type, and Slide Base type. By using a specified printer, it can also output data to NIDEK US (Ultrasonic instrument) series, or external computers.

1.2 Indications for Use

This device is designed to measure and indicate the radii of curvature and principal meridians of the human cornea’s central area and peripheral areas. The measured value of the corneal curvature is used for the prescription of visual acuity corrective lenses such as contact lenses.

1.3 Classifications

[Classification under the provision of 93/42/EEC (MDD)] Class

The KM-500 is classified into Class

93/42/EEC (MDD)] Class The KM-500 is classified into Class a system. a [Protection method against electric

a system.

(MDD)] Class The KM-500 is classified into Class a system. a [Protection method against electric shock]

a

[Protection method against electric shock] Class I The KM-500 is classified into Class I instrument. Class I instrument in which protection against electric shock does not rely on basic insulation only, but which includes an additional safety precaution in such a way that means are provided for the connection of accessible conductive parts to the protective (earth) conductor in the fixed wiring of the installation in such a way that accessible conductive parts cannot become live in the event of a failure of the basic insulation.

[Degree of protection against electrical shock] Type B Applied Part The KM-500 is provided with a Type B Applied Part.

The Type B Applied Part provides an adequate degree of protection against electrical shock, particularly regarding the following:

- allowable leakage currents

- reliability of the protective earth ground connection (If applicable).

[Degree of protection against ingress of liquids] IP20 The KM-500 is the ordinary instrument (enclosed instrument without protection against ingress of liquids). Be careful not to splash water on the instrument.

[Degree of protection against flammability] The KM-500 is classified as an instrument not suitable to be used in a potentially flammable environment. Do not use near flammable materials.

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[Method(s) of sterilization or disinfection recommended by manufacturer] It is possible to wipe the forehead rest and chin rest with a cloth dampened with alcohol as necessary.

[Mode of operation] Continuous operation

1.4 Symbol Information

Caution : See explanation in manualof operation] Continuous operation 1.4 Symbol Information Direct Current Alternating Current Input Output Write data

Direct Current1.4 Symbol Information Caution : See explanation in manual Alternating Current Input Output Write data into

Alternating CurrentCaution : See explanation in manual Direct Current Input Output Write data into memory device Power

InputSee explanation in manual Direct Current Alternating Current Output Write data into memory device Power ON

Outputin manual Direct Current Alternating Current Input Write data into memory device Power ON OFF (power)

Write data into memory devicein manual Direct Current Alternating Current Input Output Power ON OFF (power) OFF (main body) Type

Power ONCurrent Input Output Write data into memory device OFF (power) OFF (main body) Type B Applied

OFF (power)Current Input Output Write data into memory device Power ON OFF (main body) Type B Applied

OFF (main body)Input Output Write data into memory device Power ON OFF (power) Type B Applied Part Charging

Type B Applied PartCurrent Input Output Write data into memory device Power ON OFF (power) OFF (main body) Charging

ChargingOutput Write data into memory device Power ON OFF (power) OFF (main body) Type B Applied

Write data into memory device Power ON OFF (power) OFF (main body) Type B Applied Part

Indoor useInput Output Write data into memory device Power ON OFF (power) OFF (main body) Type B

For recyclingInput Output Write data into memory device Power ON OFF (power) OFF (main body) Type B

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SAFETY

§ 2 SAFETY In this manual, a Signal Word is used to designate a degree or

In this manual, a Signal Word is used to designate a degree or level of safety alerting, whose definitions are as follows.

level of safety alerting, whose definitions are as follows. CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which,

CAUTION:

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury or property damage.

may result in minor or moderate injury or property damage. Even the cases mentioned in situation.

Even the cases mentioned in

situation. Be sure to observe the instructions of

CAUTION may

result in serious injury under a certain CAUTION.

in situation. Be sure to observe the instructions of CAUTION may result in serious injury under

When using this system, be sure to follow all the instructions below in order to avoid damage to the personnel and the system.

2.1 Operation

avoid damage to the personnel and the system. 2.1 Operation CAUTION • Do not modify or

CAUTION

• Do not modify or touch inside of the instrument. You may get an electric shock or the system may malfunction.

• Be sure to use the specified electrical current. If the supplied voltage is too high or too low, the instrument may not work sufficiently, may malfunction or cause an electric shock.

• Never yank the power cable to disconnect from receptacles but hold the plug. This can weaken the metal core of the cable and may result in a fire from short circuit, or an electric shock.

• Do not place the instrument on top of the cable. The cover of the cable becomes ragged and may cause a fire or an electric shock from short circuit.

• If the metal core of the power cable is exposed, power turns on and off by shaking the cable, or cable/plug gets so heated that one cannot hold it, it means that the cable is damaged. Immediately replace the cable. This may cause an electric shock or a fire.

• Do not use the instrument for other than the intended purpose. NIDEK will not be responsible for accidents or malfunction caused by carelessness.

• In the event of a malfunction, do not touch the inside of the instrument, but remove the power cable and contact your authorized distributor.

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2 - 2 CAUTION • Never touch the device with wet hand. You may get an

CAUTION

• Never touch the device with wet hand. You may get an electric shock or the system may malfunction.

• Never make the short circuit for each connectors on the Battery Pack and the Battery Charger. It may cause overheat and the damage of the instrument or the operator may get burned.

• Never throw the battery pack into the fire. It may explode.

• Never drop the battery pack into the water. Charging function will be damaged.

• Never charge the battery pack with unspecified battery charger or remodeled one. It may cause the battery explosion.

• Indoor use only.

• If this device should for any reason malfunction, do not touch the inner structures, but contact your authorized distributor.

• In advance of a measurement of each patient, wipe the forehead rest and chin rest with a clean cloth. Moreover, remove one chin rest paper for each patient if a bunch of the chin rest papers is fixed on the chin rest. If necessary, wipe the forehead rest and chin rest using a cloth dampened with rubbing alcohol.

NOTE

• Charge the battery pack before use for the first time since the electricity has been self- discharged. Make sure to charge in a correct way.

• Keep the measuring window and observation window away from direct sun light or bright illumination.

• Never use or store the device where the wind from air conditioner comes directly.

• When using the optional printer, never place any obstacle between the data transmitting window of the battery pack and the data receiving window of the printer.

• Never touch the inner optical part of the measuring window to keep away from fingerprints and dusts; such things may affect the result of measurement.

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NOTE

• Use the specified cables for connecting each unit of the device.

• Never disassemble the device.

• Never use the battery pack for any other purpose.

2.2 In Storage

NOTE

• Do not store the instrument in a place where it may get wet or where poisonous gas or liquid is stored.

• Avoid storing the instrument in an area with excessive heat, humidity, or dust. To preserve the appearance or internal parts of the instrument, avoid direct exposure to sunlight.

2.3 In Installation

avoid direct exposure to sunlight. 2.3 In Installation CAUTION • This instrument has been tested and

CAUTION

• This instrument has been tested and found to comply with the limits for medical devices to the IEC 60601-1-2: 1993, EN 60601-1-2: 1994, Medical Device Directive 93/42/EEC. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a typical medical installation. This instrument generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to other devices in the vicinity. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this instrument does cause harmful interference to other devices, which can be determined by turning the instrument off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

- Reorient or relocate the receiving device.

- Increase the separation between the instrument.

- Connect the instrument into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the other device (s) are connected.

- Consult the manufacturer or field service technician for help.

• Never use the instrument with cable or accessories other than the designated ones. Malfunction caused by deteriorated electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) characteristics may result.

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2 - 4 CAUTION • Never use portable and mobile radio frequency (RF) devices in the

CAUTION

• Never use portable and mobile radio frequency (RF) devices in the vicinity of this instrument. These devices may adversely affect medical electrical equipment and malfunction may result.

• Do not install the instrument near water.

If water gets into the internal structure, there is a possibility of an electric shock or

instrument malfunction.

• Install the instrument in a stable and level place where vibration or shock does not occur. The instrument may not perform measurement correctly or may malfunction. Also, if the instrument is tripped over because of any accidental shock, it may result in possible injury.

NOTE

• Use the instrument in following conditions. Temperature : 10 - 40 ºC (50 - 104 ºF)

Humidity :

A dust free environment

A light interference free environment

A vibration and shock free environment

30 - 75% (Non-condensing)

2.4 In Wirings

CAUTIONfree environment 30 - 75% (Non-condensing) 2.4 In Wirings • Be sure to use the grounding-type

• Be sure to use the grounding-type wall-outlet for power source.

In the event of electric leak, your may get and electric shock.

• Before connecting the cables, provide a stable and level place.

If the instrument is tripped over, it may injury or instrument malfunction.

2.5 After Use

over, it may injury or instrument malfunction. 2.5 After Use CAUTION • If the instrument is

CAUTION

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2.6 In Maintenance

CAUTION2 - 5 2.6 In Maintenance • If disassembling is necessary to repair the instrument, be

• If disassembling is necessary to repair the instrument, be sure to ask your authorized distributor for servicing.

• Be careful not to leave fingerprints or dust on the measuring window. This will substantially lower the reliability of the measurement results.

• Never use an organic solvent such as paint thinner to wipe the exterior. This may ruin the surface.

2.7 Disposal

NOTE

• Follow local governing ordinances and recycling plans regarding disposal or recycling of device components. Especially the battery pack is provided with a nickel-cadmium battery, and the printer has a lithium battery on the board. The nickel-cadmium batteries are reusable resources. In the interest of recycling raw materials, please do not dispose of the battery pack in the household waste at the end of its useful life. The disposing method of lithium batteries varies according to the government. Follow the local governing ordinates and recycling plans when disposing a board with lithium batteries.

• When disposing packing, sort them by the materials and follow local governing ordinances and recycling plans.

2.8 Others

CAUTIONlocal governing ordinances and recycling plans. 2.8 Others • When the instrument is sent back to

• When the instrument is sent back to NIDEK for repair or maintenance, wipe the surface (especially, the area where the patient’s skin contacts) of the instrument with a clean cloth immersed in ethyl alcohol for disinfection.

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2.9 Labels

In order to draw the operator’s attention, the appropriate warning labels are attached to the specified locations.

Main Body

(For 230V areas) or [Connecter Part side]
(For 230V areas)
or
[Connecter Part side]
AC Adapter or
AC Adapter
or

[Bottom View]

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Battery Pack (Only for Hand Held Type)

2 - 7 Battery Pack (Only for Hand Held Type) or (For 230V areas) Battery Charger
or
or
2 - 7 Battery Pack (Only for Hand Held Type) or (For 230V areas) Battery Charger

(For 230V areas)

Battery Charger (Only for Hand Held Type)

or
or

[Top View]

[Bottom View]

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SL Arm (Only for Slit Lamp Joint Type)

or
or

Slide Base (Only for Slide Base Type)

2 - 8 SL Arm (Only for Slit Lamp Joint Type) or Slide Base (Only for
2 - 8 SL Arm (Only for Slit Lamp Joint Type) or Slide Base (Only for

or

2 - 8 SL Arm (Only for Slit Lamp Joint Type) or Slide Base (Only for

[Top View]

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2 - 9 Printer (Option) [Side View] (Both Sides) or [Bottom View]

Printer (Option)

[Side View]

(Both Sides)

or
or

[Bottom View]

CONFIGURATION §3 Main Body
CONFIGURATION
§3
Main Body
CONFIGURATION §3 Main Body Mire Part Observation Window Display Panel Print Button Setting Button OFF Button
CONFIGURATION §3 Main Body Mire Part Observation Window Display Panel Print Button Setting Button OFF Button
CONFIGURATION §3 Main Body Mire Part Observation Window Display Panel Print Button Setting Button OFF Button

Mire Part

Observation Window

Display Panel

Print Button

Setting Button

OFF Button

L (left) Button R (right) Button
L
(left) Button
R
(right) Button

Measuring Light

Source Part

Measuring

Window

Connection PartPrint Button Setting Button OFF Button L (left) Button R (right) Button Measuring Light Source Part

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Observation Window3 - 2 The operator looks through this window to measure the patient’s eye. Display Panel

The operator looks through this window to measure the patient’s eye.

Display Panellooks through this window to measure the patient’s eye. This panel displays measured data and other

This panel displays measured data and other information.

Print ButtonThis panel displays measured data and other information. This button is used to transmit data to

This button is used to transmit data to the printer.

Setting ButtonButton This button is used to transmit data to the printer. This button is used to

This button is used to set various param- eters.

OFF ButtonButton This button is used to set various param- eters. This button is used to turn

This button is used to turn the power OFF.

L (left) Button

L

(left) Button

This button has two functions which are to put the power ON and to start the left eye measuring mode.

R (right) Button

R

(right) Button

This button has two functions which are to put the power ON and to start the right eye measuring mode.

Mire Part

Mire Part

This part is a light source which works as a substitute for the mire chart. It is also used to illuminate the anterior part of the eye.

Measuring Light Source Part

Measuring Light Source Part

This is used as a light source for measure- ment.

Measuring Window

Measuring Window

The patient looks at the red fixation light through this window.

patient looks at the red fixation light through this window. Connection Part This part is connected

Connection Part

This part is connected to battery pack, SL arm, or mounting bracket of slide base.

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Display Panel

R1 Sign R2 Sign AVE Sign CYL Sign AX Sign R, L Sign SAGIT K
R1 Sign
R2 Sign
AVE Sign
CYL Sign
AX Sign
R, L Sign
SAGIT K Sign
Battery Sign
Meridian Display
N,T Sign
Target Ring
Mire Ring
Fixation Light
[Patient’s View]

AC Adapter

[Operator’s View]

Pilot Lamp Power Switch
Pilot Lamp
Power Switch
Power Inlet Jack
Power Inlet
Jack
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3 - 4 R1 Sign This shows the data of minor meridian. R2 Sign This shows

R1 Sign

This shows the data of minor meridian.

R2 Sign3 - 4 R1 Sign This shows the data of minor meridian. This shows the data

This shows the data of major meridian.

R, L Signmeridian. R2 Sign This shows the data of major meridian. This shows the measuring eye either

This shows the measuring eye either R (right) or L (left).

Battery SignThis shows the measuring eye either R (right) or L (left). This shows the remaining power

This shows the remaining power of bat- tery (Only for Hand Held Type). If sign is ON or the display is too light to read, recharge the battery.

or the display is too light to read, recharge the battery. N,T Sign This shows N

N,T Signor the display is too light to read, recharge the battery. This shows N (Nasal) side

This shows N (Nasal) side and T (Tempo- ral) side of measuring eye.

Meridian DisplayN (Nasal) side and T (Tempo- ral) side of measuring eye. This shows the abbreviated figure

This shows the abbreviated figure of cor- neal shape with the lines based on the measured data. The long line shows the minor merid- ian, and the short line shows the cor- neal astigmatism value as follows. CYL = 0D 0D < CYL < 3D 3D •… CYL < 6D 6D •… CYL

0D < CYL < 3D 3D •… CYL < 6D 6D •… CYL SAGIT K Sign

SAGIT K Sign0D < CYL < 3D 3D •… CYL < 6D 6D •… CYL This shows that

This shows that Sagittal Radius is being measured.

AX SignK Sign This shows that Sagittal Radius is being measured. This shows the axis of minor

This shows the axis of minor meridian.

CYL Signmeasured. AX Sign This shows the axis of minor meridian. This shows the cylindrical value. AVE

This shows the cylindrical value.

minor meridian. CYL Sign This shows the cylindrical value. AVE Sign This shows the average value

AVE Sign

This shows the average value of R1 and

R2.

Target Ringvalue. AVE Sign This shows the average value of R1 and R2. This ring is used

This ring is used to make a focusing. It lights in the condition when the keratometer is out of focus and when the focusing point approaches, it starts blinking. The blinking speed becomes faster as it comes closer to the focusing point.

Mire Ringbecomes faster as it comes closer to the focusing point. This is used to observe the

This is used to observe the shape of the corneal surface.

Fixation LightMire Ring This is used to observe the shape of the corneal surface. This light is

This light is used to fix the patient's eye.

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Power Cable

3 - 5 Power Cable (230V) (110V) Battery Pack (Only for Hand Held Type) Specified Cable

(230V)

3 - 5 Power Cable (230V) (110V) Battery Pack (Only for Hand Held Type) Specified Cable

(110V)

Battery Pack (Only for Hand Held Type)

Specified Cable

Battery Pack (Only for Hand Held Type) Specified Cable Main Body Connection Part Data Transmission Window
Battery Pack (Only for Hand Held Type) Specified Cable Main Body Connection Part Data Transmission Window
Battery Pack (Only for Hand Held Type) Specified Cable Main Body Connection Part Data Transmission Window

Main Body Connection Part

Data Transmission Window

Trickle Charge Terminal

Battery Charger (Only for Hand Held Type)

Charge Terminal Battery Charger (Only for Hand Held Type) Trickle Charge Terminal Charging Indicator Power Indicator
Charge Terminal Battery Charger (Only for Hand Held Type) Trickle Charge Terminal Charging Indicator Power Indicator
Charge Terminal Battery Charger (Only for Hand Held Type) Trickle Charge Terminal Charging Indicator Power Indicator

Trickle Charge Terminal

Charging Indicator

Power Indicator

Trickle Charge Terminal Charging Indicator Power Indicator Fast Charge Connector Jack (Both Sides) [Top View] [Side

Fast Charge Connector

Charging Indicator Power Indicator Fast Charge Connector Jack (Both Sides) [Top View] [Side View] [ B

Jack (Both Sides)

Power Indicator Fast Charge Connector Jack (Both Sides) [Top View] [Side View] [ B o t

[Top View]

[Side View]

[Bottom View]

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Main Body Connection Part3 - 6 This part is used to connect to the main body to supply the

This part is used to connect to the main body to supply the power or to charge fast the internal battery.

Data Transmission Windowto supply the power or to charge fast the internal battery. Through this window, measured data

Through this window, measured data is wireless-transmitted to the printer (Op- tion).

Trickle Charge Terminaldata is wireless-transmitted to the printer (Op- tion). These terminal is used to charge tricklingly the

These terminal is used to charge tricklingly the internal battery.

Trickle Charge Terminalterminal is used to charge tricklingly the internal battery. This is used to charge tricklingly the

This is used to charge tricklingly the bat- tery pack.

Charging IndicatorThis is used to charge tricklingly the bat- tery pack. This indicator will light while battery

This indicator will light while battery is being fast-charged. When it is on trickle charge, it does not light.

Power IndicatorWhen it is on trickle charge, it does not light. This indicator will light while power

This indicator will light while power is supplied to the battery charger.

Jackwill light while power is supplied to the battery charger. This is used to input/output the

This is used to input/output the data and to supply the power.

Fast Charge Connectoris used to input/output the data and to supply the power. This is used to connect

This is used to connect the battery pack and to charge fast. During this charge, the charging indicator lights.

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SL Arm (Only for Slit Lamp Joint Type)

3 - 7 SL Arm (Only for Slit Lamp Joint Type) Main Body Connection Part Slit

Main Body Connection Part

(Only for Slit Lamp Joint Type) Main Body Connection Part Slit Lamp Connecting Shaft Jack Slide

Slit Lamp Connecting Shaft

Jack

Slide Base (Only for Slide Base Type)

Forehead rest Chin rest Mounting Bracket Chin rest elevation knob
Forehead rest
Chin rest
Mounting Bracket
Chin rest elevation
knob

Head Rest (Option)

Start Button

Joystick

Jack

(Both Sides)

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Main Body Connection Part3 - 8 The main body is mounted on this part. From this part, the power

The main body is mounted on this part. From this part, the power is supplied and the data is output.

Mounting Bracketthis part, the power is supplied and the data is output. The main body is mounted

The main body is mounted on this part. From this part, the power is supplied and the data is output.

Start Buttonthis part, the power is supplied and the data is output. This button is used to

This button is used to measure the same eye again, to start the sagittal radius mea- surement, or to change the parameter item No

Joystickradius mea- surement, or to change the parameter item No This joystick offers one handed operation

This joystick offers one handed operation for lateral and vertical movements. Manipulate this joystick to move the main body laterally for focusing, and also turning of this joystick controls vertical movement to raise or lower the main body.

Jackcontrols vertical movement to raise or lower the main body. This is used to input/output the

This is used to input/output the data and to supply the power.

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Printer (Option)

3 - 9 Printer (Option) Data Receiving Window Paper Feed Button Printer Paper Holder Printer Paper
3 - 9 Printer (Option) Data Receiving Window Paper Feed Button Printer Paper Holder Printer Paper
3 - 9 Printer (Option) Data Receiving Window Paper Feed Button Printer Paper Holder Printer Paper

Data Receiving Window

3 - 9 Printer (Option) Data Receiving Window Paper Feed Button Printer Paper Holder Printer Paper
3 - 9 Printer (Option) Data Receiving Window Paper Feed Button Printer Paper Holder Printer Paper
3 - 9 Printer (Option) Data Receiving Window Paper Feed Button Printer Paper Holder Printer Paper

Paper Feed Button

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Printer Paper Holder

Printer Paper Outlet Slot

Power Indicator

Memory Indicator

Printer Paper Outlet Slot Power Indicator Memory Indicator Printer Paper Inlet Slot External Jack (RS-232C) Jack

Printer Paper Inlet Slot

Paper Outlet Slot Power Indicator Memory Indicator Printer Paper Inlet Slot External Jack (RS-232C) Jack (Both

External Jack (RS-232C)

Paper Outlet Slot Power Indicator Memory Indicator Printer Paper Inlet Slot External Jack (RS-232C) Jack (Both

Jack (Both Sides)

Paper Outlet Slot Power Indicator Memory Indicator Printer Paper Inlet Slot External Jack (RS-232C) Jack (Both
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3 - 10 Memory Indicator This indicator will light while the mea- sured data are stored

Memory Indicator

This indicator will light while the mea- sured data are stored in the printer.

Paper Feed Buttonlight while the mea- sured data are stored in the printer.   It works as a

 
It works as a paper feed button when Memory indicator is not ON and it

It works as a paper feed button when Memory indicator is not ON and it also works to re-print the memorized data when Memory indicator is ON.

feed button when Memory indicator is not ON and it also works to re-print the memorized
Data Receiving Window

Data Receiving Window

This receives the data from the Data Trans- mission Window of the Battery Pack.

Power Indicator

Power Indicator

This indicator will light while power is supplied to the printer.

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SETTING AND CONNECTION

§ 4 SETTING AND CONNECTION 4.1 Setting of the Main Body and the Battery Pack Setting:

4.1 Setting of the Main Body and the Battery Pack

Setting:

Put the marks of the main body and the battery pack together. Then slide the battery pack to the right to assemble them.

Then slide the battery pack to the right to assemble them. Removing: Slide the battery pack

Removing:

Slide the battery pack to the left to separate them.

marks
marks

Top view of Battery pack

Bottom view of Main body

Main body
Main body

Battery pack

Grooves

4.2 Connection of Battery Charger

The battery charger and the printer have two power jacks for each. Connect appropriately according to the setting place. Use only the cables of our supply.

Specified cable (2m) Power cable Specified cable (2m) Power cable Battery charger AC adapter Printer
Specified cable (2m)
Power cable
Specified cable (2m)
Power cable
Battery charger
AC adapter
Printer
AC adapter
Battery charger

Specified cable (0.4m)

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4.3 Mounting the Main Body on a Slit Lamp

1. Mount the SL arm on a slit lamp. The SL arm can be mounted on the slit lamp which can hold the focusing rod, such as the NIDEK slit lamp, or Haag type slit lamp, etc.

2. To join the main body to the SL arm,

marks of the main body and the

SL arm together. Then slide the main body to the left to assemble them.

put the

slide the main body to the left to assemble them. put the 3. Connect the cables

3. Connect the cables as shown below.

SL arm
SL arm
them. put the 3. Connect the cables as shown below. SL arm Focusing rod setting hole

Focusing rod setting hole

the cables as shown below. SL arm Focusing rod setting hole Main body SL arm Slit
the cables as shown below. SL arm Focusing rod setting hole Main body SL arm Slit

Main body

SL arm

Slit lamp SL arm Specified cable (2m) AC adapter
Slit lamp
SL arm
Specified cable
(2m)
AC adapter
Slit lamp SL arm Specified cable (0.4m) Power cable Specified cable (2m) Printer AC adapter
Slit lamp
SL arm
Specified cable
(0.4m)
Power cable
Specified cable
(2m)
Printer
AC adapter

Main body

Main body

Power cable
Power cable

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4.4 Mounting the Main Body on the Slide Base

1. To join the main body to the slide base, put

marks of the main body and the slide

base together. Then slide the main body to the left to assemble them.

the

Then slide the main body to the left to assemble them. the Main body 2. Connect
Main body
Main body

2. Connect the cables as shown below.

Specified cable (0.4m) Specified cable (2m) Printer AC adapter
Specified cable (0.4m)
Specified cable (2m)
Printer
AC adapter

Slide base

Main body

Power cable

Specified cable (2m)
Specified cable (2m)

Main body

Power cable

Slide base

AC adapter

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4.5 Interfacing with External Instruments

4 - 4 4.5 Interfacing with External Instruments When connecting this device to external instruments [such

When connecting this device to external instruments [such as NIDEK US (Ultrasonic instruments) series or external computer]* 1 , make sure to use external jack (RS-232C) of the printer and connect the instrument with external connection cable.

External instrument (personal computer etc.)

cable. External instrument (personal computer etc.) External Connection Cable Printer *1 Accessory equipment
cable. External instrument (personal computer etc.) External Connection Cable Printer *1 Accessory equipment

External Connection Cable

Printer

*1

Accessory equipment connected to the analog and digital interfaces must be certified according to the representative appropriate national standards (for example, UL 1950 for Data Processing Equipment UL 2601-1 for Medical Equipment, and CSA C22.2 No. 601-1, EN 60601-1 and IEC 60601-1.) Further more all configurations shall comply with the system standard IEC 60601-1-1. Everybody who connects additional equipment to the signal input part or signal output part configured a medical system, and is therefore responsible that the system complies with the requirements of the system standard IEC 60601-1-1. If in doubt, consult the technical service department or your local representative.

§5

OPERATING PROCEDURES

§ 5 OPERATING PROCEDURES 5.1 Preparation [For Hand Held Type] 1. Have the patient remove glasses

5.1 Preparation

[For Hand Held Type]

1. Have the patient remove glasses or contact lenses.

2. Turn the power switch of the AC adapter ON (|) to supply the power to the whole system.

3. Have the hand strap on the wrist and hold the main body.

4. Put the other hand on the main body to make it stable.

[For Slit Lamp Joint Type]

the main body to make it stable. [For Slit Lamp Joint Type] Battery pack Main body
the main body to make it stable. [For Slit Lamp Joint Type] Battery pack Main body

Battery pack

Main body

Hand strap

1. Ask the patient to take off glasses or contact lenses.

2. Turn the power switch of the AC adapter ON (|) to supply the power to the whole system.

3. Clean the forehead rest and chin rest with a clean gauze. If a bunch of chin rest papers is fixed on the chin rest, remove one paper.

4. Put the patient’s head on the head rest of the slit lamp steadily.

5. Turn both the illuminating arm and the microscope arm of the Slit Lamp to the same direction so that they do not obstruct the keratometer measurement.

6. Slide and turn the SL arm to face the main body to the patient.

Illumination part Main body SL arm Microscope arm
Illumination part
Main body
SL arm
Microscope arm
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[For Slide Base Type]

1. If the joystick is locked, move the cross slide base forward to release the lock.

NOTE

• To lock the cross slide base, position the joystick to the center and pull it backward.

2. Ask the patient to take a seat and to take off glasses or contact lenses.

3. Turn the power switch of the AC adapter ON (|) to supply the power to the whole system.

4. Clean the forehead rest and chin rest with a clean gauze. If a bunch of chin rest papers is fixed on the chin rest, remove one paper.

5. Ask the patient to put his/her chin on the chin rest and his/her forehead on the pads on the forehead rest.

6. Align the patient’s eye with the observation window position by turning the chin rest elevation knob or manipulating the joystick.

Forehead rest Observation window Chin rest Chin rest elevation knob Cross slide base
Forehead rest
Observation
window
Chin rest
Chin rest
elevation knob
Cross slide base

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5.2 Standard Measurement

1. Press R or L button which corresponds to the patient’s eye.

The power will automatically be turned ON. When using the slide base type, and if it is not the first operation after the power supply, the power can be turned ON by pressing the start button or moving the cross slide base laterally. The measuring-eye side is detected by the slide base automatically.

2. Ask the patient to watch the fixation light (red light) inside the measuring window.

3. While looking into the observation window, move the main body until the size of target ring almost coincides with the outer circles of iris and the target ring become concentric circle with the mire ring.

4. When this measuring window is brought around the focusing point (about 40mm in front of patient’s eye), the target ring may start blinking, and its blinking speed becomes higher as the focusing point gets closer. When it is exactly focused, a beep sounds and the target ring disappears so as to notify that the measurement is now completed.

When seen with both eyes and the main body is at around the focusing position, the mire ring and the target ring looks at the same position. If you see the mire ring farther than the target ring, move the main body closer to the patient’s eye. If you see it closer, move the main body apart from the patient’s eye.

closer, move the main body apart from the patient’s eye. R bouton Mire ring Target ring

R bouton

Mire ring

main body apart from the patient’s eye. R bouton Mire ring Target ring Focusing point About

Target ring

Focusing point

About 40 mm

the patient’s eye. R bouton Mire ring Target ring Focusing point About 40 mm light blink

light

the patient’s eye. R bouton Mire ring Target ring Focusing point About 40 mm light blink

blink

light

fast blink

[Target Ring]

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NOTE

• If the eyelashes obstructs the outer target ring, correct measurement may not be performed. In this case, ask the patient to open eyes widely. If opening is still not enough, make them open with your finger.

• Ask the patient not to blink eyes while measuring.

5. Repeat the process of 1. - 4. to measure the other eye. It can memorize 5 measured data for each eye. When data is inputted more than 5 for one eye, the old data will be deleted.

When there are more than 3 measured data in the memory, the selected data will be obtained on the printout.

When parameter item No. 21 “Auto-print” is set to “YES”, the measured data will be automatically printed out as soon as the measurement of both eyes are finished (except when using the Hand Held type). The auto-print will not be activated at sagittal radius measurement.

6. Press the Print button on the main body to print out the measured data whenever it is necessary. When using Hand Held Type, aim the data transmission window at the data receiving

window of the printer, then press the Print button. The data will be transmitted to the

press the Print button. The data will be transmitted to the printer and be printed out.
press the Print button. The data will be transmitted to the printer and be printed out.

printer and be printed out.

data will be transmitted to the printer and be printed out. Check if the memory indicator

Check if the memory indicator of the printer goes OFF once and ON again when transmitting. If not, press the Print button again.

when transmitting. If not, press the Print button again. 7. Press the OFF button to turn

7. Press the

OFF button to turn the powerIf not, press the Print button again. 7. Press the OFF. The Auto-OFF function turns OFF

OFF. The Auto-OFF function turns OFF the power automatically when no button operation is done more than 3 minutes.

function turns OFF the power automatically when no button operation is done more than 3 minutes.

Printer

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5.3 Sagittal Radius Measurement

This measurement is not appropriate for Hand Held Type since the holding hand shakes to disturb the measurement. Use something to fix the patient’s head such as the head rest of Slit Lamp or Slide Base.

Change the parameter settings of 10, Setting”)

,
,

for sagittal radius measurement. (See 7.3 “Parameter

1.

Put the patient’s chin on the chin rest. Then ask him/her to put the forehead on the forehead rest. The patient’s head should be fixed to make this measurement.

2.

Press R (or L) button to select the patient eye.

3.

Make the regular measurement.

4.

Press

4. Press Setting button to change the display to Sagittal Radius measurement condition.

Setting button to change the display to Sagittal Radius measurement condition.

The SAGIT K sign appears on the display panel.

5.

The patient will see a red spot on the left of measuring light source part. Ask the patient to watch it.

6.

The circle and the dotted line on the “N” (or “T”) side of meridian display will blink. Press R (or L) button or start button of the slide base to start measuring.

7.

Bring the main body to the position that the mire ring and the target ring on the eye become concentric circle, then move it back and forth to adjust the focus. The sagittal radius will be measured.

8.

The patient will see a red spot on the right of measuring light source part. Ask the patient to watch it.

9.

The circle and the dotted line on the “T” (or “N”) side of meridian display will blink. Make the measurement in the same manner as step 6. and 7.

10.

The patient will see a red spot at the bottom of measuring light source part. Ask the patient to watch it.

11.

The circle and the dotted line at the bottom of meridian display will blink. Make the measurement in the same manner as step 6. and 7.

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12. The patient will see a red spot at the top of measuring light source part. Ask the patient to watch it.

13. The circle and the dotted line at the top of meridian display will blink. Make the measurement in the same manner as step 6. and 7.

14. When the measurement in all four directions are completed, the eccentricity will be shown on the right (or left) middle of the display, and the corneal curvature will be shown on the left (or right) side of the display.

15. Press

shown on the left (or right) side of the display. 15. Press Setting button to release

Setting button to release the Sagittal Radius measurement condition.

16. Press L (or R) button to select the other eye.

17. Repeat the process of 3. - 15. to measure the other eye.

NOTE

• When the SAGIT K sign is ON, the measuring eye cannot be changed because R and

L

buttons work as start buttons.

• the sagittal radius cannot be measured in some of the directions, press the setting

If

button to change the measurement direction.

Each time you press

directions or functions in the following order.

you press directions or functions in the following order. Setting button, the display changes to other

Setting button, the display changes to other measurement

Setting button, the display changes to other measurement Left → Right → Bottom → Top →

Left Right Bottom Top Eccentricity Regular measurement

The eccentricity can still be calculated within three measured data. The symmetrical data are used for calculation instead of the missing ones.

§6

CHARGING THE BATTERY PACK

§ 6 CHARGING THE BATTERY PACK 1. Check if the power indicator for battery charger is

1. Check if the power indicator for battery charger is ON.

2. Connect the battery pack with the battery charger according to the following use. As trickle charge is just a supplement for the natural discharge, it is necessary to make the fast charge when the battery sign appears.

[Trickle charge] As shown on the right, put the main body which is connected with the battery pack on the battery charger. When the main body is set on the battery charger, the power indicator brightens to give a notice that it is properly set.

NOTE

Main body

to give a notice that it is properly set. NOTE Main body Battery pack Battery charger

Battery pack

notice that it is properly set. NOTE Main body Battery pack Battery charger • To maximize
notice that it is properly set. NOTE Main body Battery pack Battery charger • To maximize
notice that it is properly set. NOTE Main body Battery pack Battery charger • To maximize

Battery charger

• To maximize battery charge, turn the main body off before placing in this charger.

[Fast charge] 1) Disconnect the battery pack from the main body.

2) Pull out the fast charge connector from the battery charger.

3) Connect the battery pack to the fast charge connector. The power supply terminals on the battery charger is contacted with the charging terminal on the battery pack and the charging will be started. While charging, the charge indicator will light and it turns off when charging is completed.

Fast charge takes about one and a half hour.

NOTE

Battery charger Fast charge connector Battery pack
Battery charger
Fast charge connector
Battery pack

• Do not turn the power switch of AC adapter

• Do not turn the power switch of AC adapter (OFF) until the charging is completed.

(OFF) until the charging is completed.

• The instrument battery should only be recharged when the letters/numbers on the display panel have begun to fade. Premature charging will reduce lifetime memory permanently.

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Battery Charger Instruction

Charge the battery pack when the letters/numbers on the display panel fades.

Do

pack when the letters/numbers on the display panel fades. Do Letters/numbers on the display panel has

Letters/numbers on the display panel has faded.

In order to charge the battery pack to full capacity, do not charge it before the letters/numbers on the display panel has faded.

Don’t

Charged to full capacity

Charge to full capacity

f u l l c a p a c i t y Charge to full capacity
f u l l c a p a c i t y Charge to full capacity

Charged to full capacity

Letters/numbers on the display panel has not faded.

Do not charge because it can not be charged to full capacity.

Do not stop charging before it is charged to full capacity and the charge indicator goes out. Otherwise, the specified time of battery use will be shortened.

NOTE

• The battery may not perform sufficiently as long-term storage causes a self-discharge or an inactivation of reaction substance. Store the battery pack under the following conditions.

- A place that is not exposed to direct sunlight

- A narrow temperature variation environment

- 10ºC to 30ºC (recommended temperature)

To avoid performance degradation and leakage due to self-discharge, full charge the battery pack at least once half a year and use it until the battery is exhausted.

• The battery may not be charged properly at the first charge after long-term storage. In such a case, the battery will be recovered after charging and discharging (use until the battery is exhausted) several times.

§7

OTHER FUNCTIONS

§ 7 OTHER FUNCTIONS 7.1 Illumination of Display Panel The display panel will be illuminated when

7.1 Illumination of Display Panel

The display panel will be illuminated when R (or L) button is pressed more than 2 seconds. To

turn OFF the light, press

is pressed more than 2 seconds. To turn OFF the light, press OFF button and finish

OFF button and finish measuring.

This description is only for the case that parameter item No.23 “Back-light” is set to “NO”.

7.2 Change of Corneal Curvature Display

is set to “NO”. 7.2 Change of Corneal Curvature Display If you press Setting button after

If you press Setting button after the measurement, the corneal curvature display changes to other way (D or mm). The regular display unit can be set in parameter setting mode by selecting either “D” or “mm”. When Sagittal radius mode is set and the parameter is set to “yes”, this button is used to change the measuring directions and functions of sagittal radius.

7.3 Parameter Setting

KM-500 is equipped with the functions to set the various parameter of the device according to the operator’s way of use. For the item numbers, setting items, and setting contents, see the parameter setting list on the next page.

7.3.1 Setting change

1. Press R (or L) button to turn ON the power.

2. Press

Setting button more than 2 seconds to change the display to parameter setting1. Press R (or L) button to turn ON the power. 2. Press condition. 3. By

condition.

3. By every press of

display to parameter setting condition. 3. By every press of OFF button, the item No. increases.

OFF button, the item No. increases.

Referring to the parameter setting list on the next page, indicate the desired item No. on

the display panel. Item No. is displayed on the left top of the display panel. When the Slide Base type is used, the start button can also be used for this operation.

4. Press R (or L) button to change the setting contents. Setting contents are manifested with numbers or abbreviations, and it is displayed on the right top part of the display.

5. Repeat the process in 3. - 4. to set other parameters.

6. Press

Setting button to finish the setting.it is displayed on the right top part of the display. 5. Repeat the process in

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7.3.2 Parameter setting list

No.

Items

 

Contents

1

Display change of R1, R2 / AVE, CYL

R1,

R2 / AVE, CYL

2

Display Unit of Corneal curvature

mm

/ D

3

Step of Refractive power display

0.01D / 0.12D / 0.25D

4

Corneal Refractive index

1.3375 / 1.336 / 1.332

5

Mire ring brightness

1:(Dark) – 5:(Bright) (3)

6

Display contrast

1:(Low) – 5:(High) (3)

7

Beeping sound

High / Low / NO

8

Auto-OFF

YES / NO

9

Fixation Light

YES / NO

10

Measurement of Sagittal radius

YES / NO

Axis for Sagittal radius data

Fix / Axis

Sagittal radius data print format

All / Short

Data format

Y.M.D / M.D.Y

Print format

All / Short / NO

Time setting

See

7.4 Time Setting

Comment Setting

See

7.5 Comment Setting

Baud-rate

1200 / 2400 / 4800 / 9600

Bit length

7

/ 8

Interface carriage return code

YES / NO

Interface format

All / Short

21

Auto-Print

YES / NO

22

Continuous Measurement

1

– 5 times (1)

23

Back-Light

YES / NO

* The underline shows the factory setting.

* To use the functions of circled number, optional printer is required.

* For item No. -
* For item No.
-

, external connecting cable is required as well as the printer. These

items are used for communication with NIDEK US series and other external computer.

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The followings are an explanation of the items.

[Item No.1]

Serves to choose R1, R2, or AVE, CYL of the display.

Serves to select the desired corneal refractive index to convert the corneal radius

[Item No.2]

Serves to set the data display of corneal curvature value either corneal radius

[Item No.3]

(mm) or corneal refractive power (D). Serves to select the diopter step of corneal refractive power (which is converted

[Item No.4]

to diopter from the corneal radius.)

[Item No.5]

to corneal refractive power. Serves to control the brightness of Mire ring.

[Item No.6]

Serves to control the contrast of display.

[Item No.7]

Serves to decide whether the beep sounds when any button is pressed.

[Item No.8]

Serves to select the Auto-off function. At the condition that power is ON, the

[Item No.9]

power of the main body becomes OFF after passing a certain time without pressing any button. Serves to choose ON or OFF of the Fixation light.

[Item No.10] Serves to decide whether to measure the Sagittal radius.

[Item No.11]

Serves to decide whether to convert the Sagittal radius data for the principal meridian angle. To obtain the converted data, choose AXIS.

[Item No.12] Serves to choose the printout format of Sagittal radius data.

All

All data are printed out.

Short

Only

Sagittal radius value and the total eccentricity are printed out.

The followings are the sample printings for left eye and explanations of Sagittal radius data.

<Sample of “Short” format>

radius data. <Sample of “Short” format> <SAGITTAL> = Sagittal radius on each side SUP. =

<SAGITTAL> = Sagittal radius on each side SUP. = Superior side INF. = Inferior side TEM. = Temporal side NAS. = Nasal side

A

= Principal Meridian Angle

(F

= Fixation Angle)

E

= Total Eccentricity

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<Sample of “All” format>

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S

= Sagittal data which the dRo value is added to or reduced from Sagittal radius values

e

= Eccentricity values of each Sagittal radius

eh = Eccentricity on horizontal meridian ev = Eccentricity on vertical meridian ASTc = Corneal astigmatism of central part ASTp = Corneal astigmatism of peripheral part Rh = Average of Corneal curvature on horizontal meridian Rv = Average of Corneal curvature on vertical meridian Ro = Average of Corneal curvature on central part dRo = Difference of Corneal curvature between R1 and R2 dAST= Difference of Corneal astigmatism between central part and peripheral part

[Item No.13] Serves to choose the date format. Y.M.D. = Year, Month, Day. M.D.Y. = Month, Day, Year.

[Item No.14] Serves to choose the print out format of the measured data.

All

All measured data and selected values are printed out.

Short

Only

the selected value is printed out.

NO

Nothing

is printed out.

(This setting is for transmitting the data to some external instruments.) When there are only two data or less, the latest value will be printed out. The following is the sample printing of measured data.

<Sample of “Short” format>

of measured data. <Sample of “Short” format> Name and Sex Date and Time Selected value of
of measured data. <Sample of “Short” format> Name and Sex Date and Time Selected value of

Name and Sex

Date and Time

Selected value of Corneal curvature

Comment

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<Sample of “All” format>

7 - 5 <Sample of “All” format> Name and Sex Date and Time Corneal curvature <R>

Name and Sex

Date and Time

Corneal curvature <R> = Right eye <L> = Left eye R1 = Minor meridian R2 = Major meridian AVE = Average of R1 and R2 CYL = Corneal astigmatism deg = Corneal axis

Selected value

Comment

[Item No.15] Serves to set the time. [Item No.16] Serves to input the comment. [Item No.17] Serves to choose the transmission speed of the bit (baud rate) in communication. [Item No.18] Serves to choose the bit number of a single character in communication. [Item No.19] Serves to decide whether CR code should be added at the end of the transmitting data, or not. [Item No.20] Serves to choose the All(all data) or Short(shortened data) format of transmitting data. [Item No.21] Serves to decide whether to print the data out automatically after the measurement of both eyes are completed. (This function does not effect when the device is used as Hand Held Type.) [Item No.22] Serves to set the times of continuous measurement. Measurements are taken several times in a row for each eyes according to the set number. [Item No.23] Serves to leave the back-light of the display panel ON. The back light can also be ON by pressing R or L button for a while at the beginning of the measurement (See 7.1 Illumination of Display Panel).

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7.4 Time Setting

(Only for when connecting the optional printer)

1. Press R (or L) button to put the power ON.

2. Press

Setting button more than two seconds to shift the display to the parameter1. Press R (or L) button to put the power ON. 2. Press setting condition. 3.

setting condition.

3. Press

OFF button to set the Item No. to 15.the display to the parameter setting condition. 3. Press 4. Press R (or L) button to

4. Press R (or L) button to set to the time setting mode. The date and time parameter appears on the left column and the “go” sign appears on the right column of the display. There are two dots below the “Year” position to show the changing position.

5. Each time you press

to show the changing position. 5. Each time you press OFF button, the position of the

OFF button, the position of the dots change in order as follows.

Bring the dots to the desired place.

Year

(Top line)

Month

Day

Hour

Minute

go

Year

(Middle line) (Middle line) (Bottom line) (Bottom line)

(Top line)

6. By pressing R or L button, change the setting number as desired.

L

button

Increases the number

R

button

Decreases the number

7. Repeat the process of 5., 6. to set other time units.

8. After the setting is completed, press the

time units. 8. After the setting is completed, press the OFF button to bring the dots

OFF button to bring the dots to “go”.

9. Press R (or L) button to finish the setting.

If you press R or L button, the time will be transmitted to the printer and the clock starts from 0 second of the set time. Then the set time will be printed out from the printer. (When using the Hand Held Type, do this operation with the data transmission window aimed at the data receiving window of the printer.)

If you press

window aimed at the data receiving window of the printer.) If you press setting button, the

setting button, the setting mode will be canceled.

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7.5 Comment Setting

(Only for when connecting the optional printer)

1. Press R (or L) button to put the power ON.

2. Press

1. Press R (or L) button to put the power ON. 2. Press Setting button more

Setting button more than two seconds to shift the display to the parameter

setting condition.

3. Press

OFF button to change the Item No. to 16.the display to the parameter setting condition. 3. Press 4. Press R (or L) button to

4. Press R (or L) button to change to comment setting mode. The comment setting parameter appears on the middle line of the display panel. The number on the left shows the indication place and the numbers on the right show the character code.

5. Each time you press

OFF button, the number on the left changes from 1. to 48. Select

the number of the desired place. The number of the indication place is shown below. The No.1 indicates the place on the left top and the No.48 indicates the place on the right bottom.

top and the No.48 indicates the place on the right bottom. 1 24 25 48 6.

1

24

25

48

6. By pressing R or L button, select the desired character code.

L

button

Increases the character code number.

R

button

Decreases the character code number.

For the character code, refer to the Table of Character codes on the next page.

refer to the Table of Character codes on the next page. 7. Press Setting button after

7. Press Setting button after the selection. If you press Setting button, the setting will be over. If you press the Print button while setting comments, the present set comment will be printed out.

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Table of Character Codes Following characters (marks) are available to input.

Codes Following characters (marks) are available to input. < Example > To input the character “N”,

< Example > To input the character “N”, which is at the column “4”, line “E” of the table above, to the 7th column in the first line, display “7” “4E” on the display panel.

§8

MAINTENANCE

§ 8 MAINTENANCE 8.1 Cleaning 8.1.1 Cleaning the plastic body 1. Blow dusts by blower brush.

8.1 Cleaning

8.1.1 Cleaning the plastic body

1. Blow dusts by blower brush.

2. Wipe the part with dry soft cloth. To remove stubborn dirt, you should immerse a cloth in a neutral detergent and wring it well to remove the dirt. After that, wipe it out with a dry soft cloth.

NOTE

• Never use the organic solvent such as paint thinner. Such thing could dissolve the surface of the instrument.

8.1.2 Cleaning of Measuring Window, Observation Window, and Measuring Light Source Part

1. Blow dusts by blower brush.

2. For the adherent dust, wet an absorbent cotton with a little alcohol and wipe it out softly.

8.2 Replacement of Printer Paper (Option)

1. Turn the power switch of AC adapter | (ON).

wipe it out softly. 8.2 Replacement of Printer Paper (Option) 1. Turn the power switch of

Power switch

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2. Pull the printer paper holder to the both sides and remove the printer paper shaft.

3. Cut the printer paper at the paper inlet.

4. Discharge the remained paper by pressing Paper Feed button.

Discharge the remained paper by pressing Paper Feed button. 5. Put the new printer paper into

5. Put the new printer paper into the paper inlet slot with its outer side down.

6. Press

the paper inlet slot with its outer side down. 6. Press Paper Feed button until the

Paper Feed button until the end of

paper comes out from the paper outlet slot.

Printer paper shaft

Feed button until the end of paper comes out from the paper outlet slot. Printer paper
Feed button until the end of paper comes out from the paper outlet slot. Printer paper
Cut
Cut
Feed button until the end of paper comes out from the paper outlet slot. Printer paper

Printer paper holder

Feed button until the end of paper comes out from the paper outlet slot. Printer paper
Feed button until the end of paper comes out from the paper outlet slot. Printer paper

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7. Set the paper to the printer paper holder.

8. To remove the slack of the paper, turn the paper with your hand.

9. Cut off the extra paper at the paper outlet.

your hand. 9. Cut off the extra paper at the paper outlet. 8.3 List of Parts

8.3 List of Parts for Replacement

Article

Order Number

Printer roll

80620-00001

§9

SPECIFICATIONS

§ 9 SPECIFICATIONS (1) Measurable area (on the cornea) Center Part 3.3 mm in diameter (Corneal

(1) Measurable area (on the cornea)

Center Part

3.3 mm in diameter (Corneal curvature : 7.7 mm)

(2) Size of Mire Ring (on the cornea)

4.7 mm in diameter (Corneal curvature : 7.7 mm)

(3) Measurable range

• Corneal radius (R1, R2, AVE) Measurable range Indication step Measurement accuracy

5.00 to 10.00 mm 0.01 mm ± 0.05mm

• Corneal refractive power (R1, R2, AVE)

Measurable range

Indication step

33.75 to 67.50 D (Corneal refractive index : n=1.3375) 0.01 D / 0.12 D / 0.25 D (Corneal refractive index : n=1.3375 Changeable to n=1.336, n=1.332)

• Corneal astigmatism (CYL) Measurable range Indication step

0 to -10.00 D 0.01 D / 0.12 D / 0.25 D

• Corneal cylindrical axis (AXIS)

Measurable range

0 to 180º

Indication step

(4) Sagittal Radius measurement

• Measurable angle

• Eccentricity (E) Measurable range

25º from the center (superior, inferior, nasal, temporal)

–4.10 to +2.05

(5) Display contents

Corneal radius (R1, R2, AVE) Corneal refractive power (R1, R2, AVE) Corneal astigmatism (CYL) Corneal axis (AX) Eccentricity [E] (for Sagittal Radius measurement)

(6) Time of measurement

Within 0.1 second.

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(7) Print out contents (When using printer)

Measured date and time Corneal radius measured value Corneal refractive power measured value Sagittal Radius (for Sagittal Radius measurement) Eccentricity [E] (for Sagittal Radius measurement)

(8) Power Source

AC Adapter* 1

:

A.

110 V~, 50/60 Hz, 30 VA * 2

 

B.

230 V~, 50/60 Hz, 30 VA * 2

Main Body

: 6-25 V

, 5 VA , (Battery Pack : 6 V 1100 mAh) , 8.5 VA (option)

Battery charger

: 6-25 V

Printer

:

6-25

V

(9) Dimensions and weight

Main Body

: 97.5(W) × 87.5(D) × 201(H) mm

570 g

 

AC Adapter

: 96(W) × 155(D) × 62(H) mm

1.1 kg

Battery Pack

: 65.5(W) × 68.5(D) × 45(H) mm

200 g

 

Battery charger

: 90(W) × 244(D) × 50(H) mm

370 g

SL Arm

: 60(W) × 238-371.5(D) × 44.5(H) mm

490 g

 

Slide Base

: 235.5(W) × 239.5(D) × 210.5-243.5(H) mm

4 kg

Printer

: 133(W) × 141.5(D) × 49.5(H) mm

360 g (option)

Head Rest

: 187(W) × 88.5(D) × 432(H) mm

1.1 kg (option)

(10) Environmental condition

Temperature

: 10 - 40 ºC (In usage)

:

Humidity

–20 - 60 ºC (In storage/ Transference) 30 - 75 % (Non-condensing)(In usage)

Atmospheric pressure

10 - 95 % (In storage/ Transference) : 700 - 1060 hpa (In usage)

*Specifications are subject to change without notice for improvement.

§10 ACCESSORIES

§ 1 0 ACCESSORIES 10.1 Standard Accessories • Hand-held type Battery Pack (See Note) Battery Charger

10.1 Standard Accessories

• Hand-held type Battery Pack (See Note) Battery Charger Specified Cable (2.0 m) AC Adapter Power Cable

• Slide base type Slide Base Specified Cable (2.0 m) AC Adapter Power Cable Hex Wrench (2.5 mm)

• Slit lamp joint type SL Arm Specified Cable (2.0 m) AC Adapter Power Cable

10.2 Optional Accessories

Printer Specified Cable (0.4 m) Specified Cable (2 m) External Connection Cable (For RS-232C Interface) Test piece Carrying Case Printer Tray Head Rest

Note:

The chargeable battery in the battery pack is an article for consumption. Our designated service person may replace it at cost.