Your Leander motorized multi-purpose adjusting table comes to you fully assembled. It has been packed in a carefully designed crate to provide maximum protection during shipping. Remove the table from its shipping container.
Now that you have your fully assembled 900 series out of the crate, setting up the table requires only a few easy steps.
I. Place the table in the location where it will be used.
2. Plug the power cord into the receptacle at the back of the table.
3. Plug the power cord into a grounded 115 V/60Hz outlet.
4. The table is now ready for operation.
Spending a few minutes to read the following pages will greatly enhance the full use and enjoyment of your new table. Consider how your new Leander table will affect the flow in your office, who will be using it, and other details important to your practice. We’ll outline the space needs for the table, its electrical requirements, and a basic placement of switches to get you started.
The Leander 900 series table is 55 inches wide and 88 inches long at its widest, and most extended positions, respectively. The front of the table swings 22 degrees left and right, thus creating a width requirement of 55 inches. The base length of the table is 68 inches. The T-bar and ankle cushion extend to increase the overall length to 88 inches. In addition, we recommend at least 18 inches of clearance on all sides in order for you to move about the patient (see figure 1).
Placing your table in a room with carpet will reduce the noise caused by sympathetic vibrations that tend to be transmitted and amplified when the table is placed on a hard floor. Also, bear in mind that direct sunlight will decrease the life of, and may discolor, the upholstery over a period of time.
The table at its maximum use of space.
The Leander 900 series table requires 110 V AC 60Hz electrical power in the U.S.A.. This power configuration is commonly used across all of North America. Most countries outside the U.S.A. use different voltages; such as 220V AC 50 Hz or l 00V AC 50Hz. Upon request, the table can be configured to operate using various other power requirements. (A small additional charge may be required.) For details, contact the factory.
WARNING: DO NOT USE ANY ELECTRICAL DEVICE IN CONJUNCTION WITH A LEANDER TABLE, EVEN IF THE TABLE IS NOT TURNED ON!
For U.S. installation, your table should be plugged into a properly grounded outlet wired to a 15 amp circuit breaker.
To comply with Medicare current leakage requirements, the table must be operated with an isolation transformer. Contact the factory if the table is to be installed in a hospital, or if you must adhere to this requirement.
The Leander table is extremely well grounded. Should you attempt to use an electrical device, such as electrical stimulation or ultrasound, your patient may feel a shock due to the electrical current running from your device, through the patient’s body, and out to the wall through the table’s grounded chassis.
Power Cord Placement
At the rear of the base cover, you will find a cord box for attaching the electrical power cord. The power cord connects via an international power entry module.