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Allied OptiVac AC Or DC Portable Suction Unit with Gauge and Regulator

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Allied OptiVac AC Or DC Portable Suction Unit with Gauge and Regulator features compact design, ease of operation, rechargeable battery, AC power supply and fully-enclosed unit. It is sealed water-resistant unit which is easy to clean and minimizes potential contamination or damage to the compressor and battery. Long-life internal rechargeable battery eliminates the need for frequent replacement.

What OptiVac AC Or DC Portable Suction Unit Includes?

  • Portable suction unit with gauge and regulator
  • ON/OFF buttons
  • 1500ml disposable canister with lid
  • (1) 15" clear flexible tubing (pump tube)
  • (1) 72" clear flexible tubing (patient tube)
  • (3) bacteria filters
  • AC power cord with hospital-grade plug (115/60 Volt)

Allied OptiVac Portable Suction Unit Features

  • Allied OptiVac AC Or DC Portable Suction Unit with Gauge and Regulator has 3 hours run time at maximum vacuum on a fully-charged battery
  • 25mmHg to 550mmHg vacuum range, coupled with greater than 30lpm flow, provides powerful suction for faster aspiration
  • Battery maintenance system keeps the battery fully charged but not over-charged
  • Will run at full performance on AC power even with a depleted battery
  • 1 hour run time after just 2 hours of charging
  • Angled control panel for easy viewing
  • Impact-resistant and durable
  • Fully chargeable in 8 hours

What to buy with AC or DC Portable Suction Unit


How to use Allied OptiPac AC or DC Suction Unit?

OptiVac Suction Unit Set Up

  1. Snap the lid onto the container firmly.
  2. Check canister and tubing for damage.
  3. Insert the container into the canister ring and seat firmly.
  4. Connect the 72” length of (1/4” I.D. PVC) tubing to the 90 degree tubing connector in the lid marked “PATIENT”
  5. Connect the 8” length of (1/4” I.D. PVC) tubing to the vertical connector on lid marked “VACUUM”.
  6. The bacteria filter may now be placed in-line by cutting the 8” length of tubing in half and inserting the barbed fittings into hose ends, making sure that the side marked “FLUID SIDE” is toward the container.
  7. Connect the remaining end of the length of tubing to the short vacuum inlet on top of housing.

1200 ml (cc) Collection Container (Glass or Polycarbonate)
  1. The bottle and cap assembly should be sterilized prior to use.
  2. Check that the cap gasket is properly positioned inside the cap cover and that the gasket seals. Check that the float moves freely.
  3. Place the bottle in the bottle holder of the unit.
  4. Connect the 72” length of (1/4” I.D.) clear (PVC) tubing to the collection bottle stem marked “To Patient”.
  5. Connect the 13” length of (1/4” I.D.) clear (PVC) tubing to the collection bottle stem marked “ Vacuum Source”.
  6. The bacteria filter may now be placed in-line by cutting the 13” length of tubing in half and inserting the barbed fittings into hose ends, making sure that the side marked “FLUID SIDE” is toward the container.
  7. Connect the remaining end of the length of tubing to the short vacuum inlet on top of housing.

How to Activate OptiVac Suction Unit Battery Connection?

    The aspirator is shipped with the battery disconnected to prevent the battery from becoming discharged during storage. To connect the battery, the fuse that is attached to the outside of the aspirator must be installed. Place the fuse into the fuse holder located on the back of the unit above the AC power connection. Use a flat blade screwdriver and rotate the fuse holder clockwise approximately 1/8 turn to lock in place. Connect the unit to one of the approved power sources and allow to fully charge.

How to operate Allied OptiVac Suction Unit?

  1. Activate unit from one of the three power sources listed:
    • 115 or 230 Volt AC line current
    • Internal rechargeable battery
    • External 12 Volt DC automotive supply
  2. Press power switch “I” to turn unit on and “O” to turn it off.
  3. To check the degree of vacuum for all models equipped with a gauge and regulator (L190-GR,L190- GRCE,G180 & G180CE), do the following:
    • Pinch off the patient tube. The amount of vacuum, in millimeters of mercury (mm Hg), will register on the vacuum gauge.
    • Increase the vacuum by turning the regulating knob clockwise. To decrease the vacuum, turn the knob counter-clockwise.
    • Release the pinched tubing
  4. For the L190 unit, press the “Hi vacuum” switch to select the high vacuum level. Press the “Lo vacuum “ switch to select the low vacuum level.
  5. The battery will recharge, from a condition of low charge, within 8 hours maximum, using either the external 12 Volt DC or 115 or 230 Volt AC power supplies when the unit is idle. When battery is fully charged, charging is automatically stopped and battery is maintained at full charge if charger is connected.
  6. When the unit is on, is being charged, or testing battery status (pushing “off” button), the LED’s indicate the state of the battery as follows:
    • Five green LED’s indicate a fully charged battery condition.
    • Four/three green LED’s indicate a normal battery condition, but not fully charged.
    • Two red LED’s indicate a drained battery condition with limited run time.
    • One red LED indicates a drained battery condition, unit will shut down soon.
    • Five red LED’s, during charging only, indicate the battery needs to be replaced.
For optimum battery performance the unit may be left plugged in at all times. The unit will turn the charging circuit “On & Off” to keep the battery at a full charge level.

How to remove Case Top From Case Bottom

  1. Always disconnect any power source.
  2. Remove the screws from the sides and back of the unit.
  3. Remove the Case Back from the Case Front and lay along side the Case Bottom.
  4. Disconnect the ground wire from the bulkhead assembly.
  5. Disconnect the tubing connecting the bulkhead fitting assembly to the vacuum pump.
  6. Remove the Case Front and lay along side the Case Bottom.
  7. Disconnect the Wiring Harness from the PC Board
  8. Disconnect the wires from the IEC Connector
  9. If the unit contains a Docking Station Charger disconnect the wire from the Docking Station to the Power Supply.
  10. Reassemble in reverse order.

Allied OptiVac Portable Suction Unit User Manual

OptiVac Portable Suction Unit Specifications

Particulars

Dimensions

Weight 11.4lb
Vacuum Range 25mmHg to 550 mmHg
Vacuum Flow Greater than 30lpm
AC Operation 110 Volts to 230 volts, 50/60 Hz
DC Operation 12 volt DC battery
Battery Type Sealed lead acid
Battery Life at Maximum Vacuum3 hours at 550mmHg
Battery Charge TimeFull charge in 8 hours
Battery Charge StatusYes, 5 indicator lights
Bad Battery SensorYes, 5 red LEDs
Battery DepletedUnit automatically shuts off
AC ChargerInternal charger
Operation with Depleted BatteryYes; charging circuit can run on AC if battery is depleted
Operating Temperature-4°F to 120°F
Sound Level60 dBA
UL ApprovalTested to UL 60601-1

Allied OptiVac Suction Unit Warranty

3 Years warranty and 1 year warranty on battery

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