Braun IRT3030 ThermoScan 3 Thermometer Instruction Manual

Braun IRT3030 ThermoScan

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

ThermoScan 3 Thermometer

ThermoScan 3 Thermometer
Model: IRT 3030

This product is manufactured by
Kaz Europe Sàrl under a license
to the ‘Braun’ trademark. ‘Braun’ is a
registered trademark of Braun GmbH,
Kronberg , Germany.
ThermoScan is a registered trademark
of Kaz Europe Sàrl

Product Description

Product Description

1. Protective cap
2. Disposable lens filter
3. Probe
4. «start» button
5. Probe tip (lens)
6. Lens filter detector
7. Display
8. Battery door safety lock
9. Battery door (1 X 3V type 2032 battery)

The Braun ThermoScan® thermometer is indicated for intermittent measurement and monitoring of human body temperature for people of all ages.

Important safety information

Please consult your doctor if you see symptoms such as unexplained irritability, vomiting, diarrhea, dehydration, changes in appetite or activity, seizure, muscle pain, shivering, stiff neck, pain when urinating, etc. in spite of absence of fever.

The operating ambient temperature range for this thermometer is 10 – 40 °C (50 – 104 °F).

Do not expose the thermometer to temperature extremes (below –25 °C / –13 °F or over 55 °C / 131 °F) or excessive humidity (> 95 % RH). This thermometer must only be used with genuine Braun ThermoScan® disposable lens filters. Other lens filters can lead to inaccuracy.

To avoid inaccurate measurements always use this thermometer with a new, clean, disposable lens filter. If the thermometer is accidentally used without a disposable lens filter, clean the lens after use (see «Care and cleaning»).

Keep disposable lens filters out of reach of children. This thermometer is intended for household use only.

Use of this thermometer is not intended as a substitute for consultation with your physician.

This thermometer must stay in stable ambient (room) temperature for 30 minutes before operating.

Audio fever indicator
Thermometer will signal by beeps normal, elevated or high temperature.

Audio fever indicator

Body temperature
Normal body temperature is a range. It varies by site of measurement and it tends to decrease with age. It also varies from person to person and fluctuates throughout the day. Therefore, it is important to determine normal temperature ranges.

How to use your Braun ThermoScan®
Before taking the temperature, make sure the ear is free from obstructions or excess earwax.

Do not attempt to take the reading without a disposable lens filter on – the measuring sensor must be kept protected and clean from earwax to give accurate readings.

Change the disposable lens filter with each use to ensure hygiene, to keep child safe from cross-contamination and to ensure earwax residues on the disposable lens filter do not impact accuracy of the reading.

How to use

Disposable lens filters
Use a clean disposable hygienic lens filter with each measurement:

  1. To ensure hygienic use
  2. To protect your child from cross-contamination
  3. To ensure earwax residues do not impact accuracy of the reading.
Disposable lens filters

Earwax and dirt on the tip of the disposable lens filter, even in microscopic layer, can create an obstacle between the sensor and the infrared heat emitted by the ear and impact the accuracy of the measurement.

Temperature taking hints

  • Replace the disposable lens filter with every use to maintain hygiene and accuracy.
  • A measurement taken in the right ear may differ from the measurement taken in the left ear. Therefore, always take the temperature in the same ear.
  • The ear must be free from obstructions or excess earwax build-up to take an accurate reading.
  • External factors may influence ear temperatures, including when an individual has:

– been lying on one ear or the other
– had their ears covered
– been exposed to very hot or very cold temperatures, or
– been recently swimming or bathing.
In these cases, remove the individual from the situation and wait 20 minutes prior to taking a temperature.

  • If ear drops or other ear medications have been placed in the ear canal of one ear, take the temperature in the untreated ear.

Care and cleaning

The probe tip (5) is the most delicate part of the thermometer. It has to be clean and intact to ensure accurate readings.

If the thermometer is accidentally used without a disposable lens filter, clean the probe tip as follows:

Care and cleaning

Very gently wipe the surface with a cotton swab or soft cloth moistened with alcohol. Do not use cleaners other than alcohol on the probe tip. Use of other cleaners could damange the tip.

Once the alcohol has dried completely, a new disposable lens filter can be put on and a temperature measurement taken. If the probe tip is damaged, please contact your authorized local service center.

Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the thermometer display and product exterior. Do not use abrasive cleaners. Never submerge this thermometer in water or any other liquid.
Store the thermometer and disposable lens filters in a dry location free from dust and contamination and away from direct sunlight.

Additional disposable lens filters (LF 40) are available at most stores selling Braun ThermoScan.

Trouble-shooting

Trouble-shooting
Trouble-shooting

Changing the temperature scale

Make sure the thermometer is turned off. Press and hold down the <> button. Keep holding down the <> button and after about 3 seconds the display will start to cycle between temperature scales (°C or °F).

Changing the temperature scale

Release the start button when the desired scale is shown. This will reset the thermometer to the new temperature scale.

Replacing the battery
The thermometer is supplied with one 3V Lithium cell battery (type 2032). Insert new battery when the low battery symbol appears on the display.

The battery door design is intended to prevent a small child from easily opening the battery door to address a possible choke hazard. Open the battery compartment by inserting a narrow pointed object such as a ball point pen or paperclip into the small hole above the battery door (8). While pressing into the hole slowly slide back the battery door with the other hand.

Replacing the battery

To close battery door align the tabs along the side of the battery into the battery compartment and slowly slide back into position until the door clicks into its locked position.

Calibration
This product has been calibrated at the time of manufacture. If used according to the use instructions, periodic calibration is not required. If at any time, you question the measuring accuracy, please contact our service representative (see last page for contact information) or visit www.hot-europe.com/support.

Manufacturing date is given by the LOT number located in the battery compartment.

The first three (3) digits after LOT represent the Julian date that the product was manufactured and the next two (2) digits represent the last two numbers of the calendar year the product was manufactured. The last identifiers are the letters that represent the manufacturer.

An example: LOT 11614fam, this product has been manufactured on the 116th day of the year 2014.

Guarantee
EMC tables and Consumer Card are available on our website at www.hot-europe.com/support

For support requests, please visit www.hot-europe.com/support or find service contact information on the last page of this manual.

UK only: This guarantee in no way affects your rights under statutory law.

Product specifications

Product specifications

If device is not used or stored within specified temperature and humidity ranges the technical accuracy cannot be ensured.

Caution

Subject to change without notice.
IP22: Protected against solid foreign objects of 12.5 mm diameter and greater. Protected against vertically falling water drops when the device is tilted up to 15 degrees.

EN 12470‑5:2003 Clinical thermometers—Part 5: Performance of infra‑red ear thermometers (with maximum device) ISO 80601‑2‑56:2009 Medical electrical equipment— Part 2‑56: Particular requirements for basic safety and essential performance of clinical thermometers for body temperature measurement This product conforms to the provisions of the EC directives 93/42/EEC (Medical Device Directive) and 2011/65/EU (RoHS).

The Braun ThermoScan needs special precautions regarding EMC. For detailed description of EMC requirements please refer to www.hot-europe.com/support.
Portable and mobile RF communications equipment can affect the Braun ThermoScan.

This product contains batteries and recyclable electronic waste. To protect the environment, do not dispose of it in the household waste, but take it to appropriate local collection points.

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Braun NTF 3000 No Touch Thermometer Instruction Manual

ThermoScan 3 Thermometer

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

ThermoScan 3 Thermometer

ThermoScan 3 Thermometer
Model : NTF 3000

This product is manufactured by Kaz Europe Sàrl under a license to the ‘Braun’ trademark. ‘Braun’ is a registered trademark of Braun GmbH, Kronberg, Germany.
Patents: www.kaz.com/patents/braun

Product description

  1. Power button
  2. Scanner
  3. LCD display
  4. Temperature button
  5. Battery cover
  6. Protective scanner cap
  7. Silent mode switch
  8. Guidance light
Product description

Thank you for purchasing the Braun No touch + forehead thermometer (NTF 3000). This thermometer is a high-quality product incorporating the latest technology and tested in accordance with international standards. With its unique technology, the product can provide a stable, accurate reading with each measurement. The thermometer performs a self-test every time it is switched on to always guarantee the accuracy of measurements. The No touch + forehead thermometer is intended for the intermittent monitoring of human body temperature in the home. It is intended for use on people of all ages except pre-term babies or very small (small-for-gestational age) babies.

Please read these instructions carefully before using this product and keep the instructions and the thermometer in a safe place.

WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS

Keep out of reach of children under 12 years.
Never use the thermometer for purposes other than those it has been intended for. Please follow the general safety precautions when using on children. Never immerse the thermometer into water or other liquids (not waterproof). For cleaning and disinfecting please follow the instructions in the “Care and cleaning” section.

Do not store this thermometer in temperature extremes below -25 °C or over 60 °C (below -13 °F or over 140 °F) or in excessive humidity (above 95% non-condensing relative humidity). If thermometer is stored in a location that is cooler or warmer than where it is being used, let it sit in the patient’s room for 10 minutes before taking the measurement.

Do not use the thermometer if there are signs of damage on the scanner or on the thermometer itself. If damaged, do not attempt to repair the product. Never insert a sharp object into the scanner area or any other open surface on the thermometer. This thermometer consists of high-quality precision parts. Do not drop the instrument. Protect it from severe impact and shock. Do not twist the instrument or the measuring sensor.

This thermometer is intended for household use only. Use of this thermometer is not intended as a substitute for consultation with your physician.

Temperature elevation may signal a serious illness, especially in neonates and infants, or in adults who are old, frail, or have a weakened immune system. Please seek professional advice immediately when there is a temperature elevation and if you are taking temperature on:

  • Neonates and infants under 3 months (Consult your physician immediately if the temperature exceeds 37.4 °C [99.4 °F])
  • Patients over 60 years of age (Fever may be blunted or absent in older patients)
  • Patients having diabetes mellitus or a weakened immune system (e.g., HIV positive, cancer chemotherapy, chronic steroid treatment, splenectomy)
  • Patients who are bedridden (e.g., nursing home patient, stroke, chronic illness, recovering from surgery)
  • • A transplant patient (e.g., liver, heart, lung, kidney).

This thermometer is not intended for pre-term babies or small-for-gestational age babies.

This thermometer is not intended to interpret hypothermic temperatures.
Do not allow children to take their temperatures unattended.
Please consult your doctor if you see symptoms such as unexplained irritability, vomiting, diarrhea, dehydration, changes in appetite or activity, seizure, muscle pain, shivering, stiff neck, pain when urinating, etc., even in the absence of fever.
Even in the absence of fever, those who exhibit a normal temperature may still need to receive medical attention. People who are on antibiotics, analgesics, or antipyretics should not be assessed solely on temperature readings to determine the severity of their illness.

Do not modify this equipment without the authorization of the manufacturer.

Why Braun No touch + forehead thermometer?

Why Braun No touch

How does Braun No touch + forehead work?
The No touch + forehead thermometer measures infrared energy radiated from the skin at the center of the forehead area. This captured energy (which is twice as much thermal energy compared to a traditional forehead thermometer1) is collected through the lens and converted to a body temperature value.

The No touch + forehead thermometer has been clinically tested and proven to be safe and accurate when used in accordance with its operating instruction manual.
A traditional forehead product without any optical system to capture radiated heat.

Fever guidance feature
Fever guidance helps you to better understand the meaning of your child’s temperature with the color indicated on the display. The screen displays green if no fever, yellow when the temperature is elevated and a red alert for a possibly high fever. 10 audible beeps indicate temperatures above 37.4 °C (99.4 °F) to alert the user that the patient may have a fever.

Color range

NOTE: Backlight remains OFF when below temperature readings are registered:
34.4° ≤ T ≤ 35.7 °C (93.9° ≤ T ≤ 96.3 °F)

How to use your Braun No touch + forehead

  1. Remove cap
Remove cap

2. Power on
Press and release the power button once. Backlight will come on and the start-up sequence begins.

Power on

NOTE: Make sure to remove the protective scanner cap before taking a measurement.

When the thermometer is ready and correctly positioned, a horizontal line of dashes (“—”) will appear on the screen.

3. Position

Position thermometer on or up to 5 cm away from the center of the forehead, just between the eyebrows. For No touch readings, the yellow guidance light will show you where you are aiming. If the eyebrow area is covered with hair, sweat or dirt, please clean the area beforehand to improve the reading accuracy. It is important to hold the thermometer and the forehead steady during measurement. Movement will impact the temperature reading.

Position

4. Take temperature
Press the temperature button (you can press and hold the button or press and release it). When the thermometer is placed correctly, the screen displays a dashed line animation while it takes a reading. After the animation sequence (under 2 seconds), the display shows the temperature reading. The appropriate fever light color is displayed on screen and the confirmation beep is heard.

confi rmation beep


If the thermometer is positioned too far away from the forehead, it will prompt you to move the thermometer closer by displaying diagram and “0-5 cm”. Slowly move the thermometer toward the forehead until the horizontal line animation starts and the temperature reading is displayed.

temperature reading

5. Read temperature
Remove the thermometer and read the temperature. For low (no backlight) and acceptable (green backlight) temperature range, you will hear a single long beep for 2 seconds. For elevated (yellow backlight) and possible high fever (red backlight) temperature range, you will hear 10 short beeps.

Read temperature

To repeat
Go to step 3.

6. To turn off
Press the power button to turn off . Device will also shut off automatically after 60 seconds of no use.

Temperature taking hints

It is important to know each individual’s normal temperature when they are well. This is the only way to accurately diagnose a fever. Take multiple readings when healthy to determine normal temperature.
A child’s normal temperature can be as high as 37.7 °C (99.9 °F) or as low as 36.1 °C (97.0 °F). Be sure to note this unit reads 0.5 °C (0.9 °F) lower than a rectal digital measurement.
Patient must be inside for 30 minutes before taking a measurement.
Note: Patient and the thermometer should be in the same ambient temperature for at least 10 minutes.
Always hold the thermometer and the forehead steady when taking a reading. Do not move the thermometer until you hear the fi nal beep. Don’t take a measurement while or immediately after nursing a baby.
Patients should not drink, eat, or be physically active before/while taking the measurement. Remove hats and wait 10 minutes before taking a measurement.
Before taking a measurement, remove dirt or hair from the forehead area. Wait 10 minutes after cleaning before taking measurement.
Always take the temperature exactly as directed. Temperature results may vary if positioned in the wrong location.

For patients measuring their own temperature, it is recommended to use the “touch” option instead of
“no touch.”

In the following situations it is recommended that three temperatures in the same location be taken and the highest one taken as the reading:

  • Newborn infants in the fi rst 100 days.
  • Children under three years of age with a compromised immune system and for whom the presence or absence of fever is critical.
  • When the user is learning how to use the thermometer for the fi rst time until he/she has familiarized himself/herself with the instrument and obtains consistent readings.

General precautions:

  • Remove any sweat prior to measuring with a dry cloth.
  • Avoid any cooling or warming cloths on the forehead for at least 30 minutes prior to measurement.
  • Do not take temperature measurements over scar tissue, open sores or abrasions.
  • Keep the measurement sensor and lens clean. Avoid directly touching the sensor or lens.
  • Always store the thermometer with the protective cap in place to prevent dirt and scratches from damaging the device.
  • Make sure to remove the protective cap before taking a measurement and to put the cap back on after using the thermometer.

Changing the temperature scale

  1. Open battery compartment and remove the batteries.
  2. °C / °F switch is accessible in the center of the battery compartment.
  3. Slide switch to °C or °F to set preferred temperature scale.
  4. Replace the batteries and close the battery door.
Changing the temperature scale

Changing the sound mode

The Braun No touch + forehead thermometer allows you to silence the beeps on the thermometer to avoid waking a sleeping child. To activate the silence feature, slide the switch to the silent mode position and take a temperature reading. An icon will appear on the screen to indicate that the thermometer is in silent mode.

Changing the sound mode

Calibration

This device was designed and manufactured for a long service life, however it is generally recommended to have the device inspected once a year by the Authorized Service Center located in your country to ensure correct function and accuracy.

Note: The accuracy checking is not a free service and therefore we recommend that you contact the Authorized Service Center to get a quotation before you send out the product.

This device is not intended as a substitute for regular check-ups by your doctor, please consult your doctor if you have any doubt about the temperature reading.
LOT and Serial numbers of your product must be provided as they are essential to record and follow up your inquiry or claim.
The LOT and Serial numbers are located in the battery compartment.

The production date is given by the LOT number and can be deciphered as explained below:

The fi rst 3 numeric digits in the LOT number represent the day of the year of manufacture.

The next 2 numeric digits represent the last two numbers of the calendar year of manufacture and the letter(s) at the end designate the manufacturer of the product. (E.g.: LOT No.: 12313tav this product was made on the day 123, year 2013 at the manufacturer code tav.)

Guarantee

Consumer Card available on our website at www.hot-europe.com/after-sales Please see last page of this manual to fi nd the contact for the Kaz Authorized Service Center in your country.
UK only: This guarantee in no way aff ects your rights under statutory law.

Errors and troubleshooting

Errors and troubleshooting

Care and cleaning

Use an alcohol swab or cotton swab moistened with alcohol (70% isopropyl) to clean the thermometer casing and the measuring probe. Ensure that no liquid enters the interior of the thermometer. Never use abrasive cleaning agents, thinners or benzene for cleaning and never immerse the instrument in water or other cleaning liquids. Wait 10 minutes after cleaning before taking a temperature measurement. Make sure to replace the protective cap after use to prevent scratches or damage from occurring to the thermometer.

Never insert a sharp object into the scanner area or any other open surface on the thermometer

Replacing the batteries

The No touch + forehead thermometer comes with 2 AA batteries. Replace with 2 new AA batteries when the fl ashing battery symbol appears on the LCD display. To change the batteries, slide open the battery cover and remove batteries. Replace the batteries being sure to align properly as indicated inside the battery compartment. Remove the battery from the product if it is not required for extended periods of time in order to avoid damage to the thermometer resulting from a leaking battery.

To protect the environment, dispose of empty batteries at appropriate collection sites according to national or local regulations.

Product specifications

Product specifi cations

NOTE: Do not use this device in the presence of electromagnetic or other interference outside the normal range specifi ed in EN 60601-1-2.
EN 980: 2008 Symbols for use in labeling of medical devices
EN 1041: 2008 Information supplied by the manufacturer of medical devices
EN 60601-1-11: 2010 Medical electrical equipment – Part 1-11: General requirements for basic safety and essential performance – Collateral standard: Requirements for medical electrical equipment and medical electrical systems used in the home healthcare environment

healthcare environment

Internally Powered Equipment
Continuous Operation
IP20: Protected against solid foreign objects of 12.5 mm diameter and greater.
MEDICAL ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT needs special precautions regarding EMC.
For detailed description of EMC requirements please contact Consumer Relations.
Portable and mobile RF communications equipment can aff ect MEDICAL ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT.

Remove the battery from the instrument if it is not required for extended periods of time in order to avoid damage to the thermometer resulting from a leaking battery.

Please do not dispose of the product in the household waste at the end of its useful life.

To protect the environment, dispose of empty batteries at appropriate collection sites according to national or local regulations.

Guidance
electromagnetic emissions

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Braun WelchAllyn ThermoScan Ear Thermometer Pro 6000 Manual

Ear thermometer

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Ear Thermometer Pro 6000

ThermoScan® Ear thermometer
Model: PRO 6000

1.Braun PRO 6000

Braun PRO 6000

2. Package components

Braun ThermoScan® PRO 6000 thermometer Cradle Probe covers (1 or 2 probe cover boxes, depending on model) CD containing Directions for use, Quick reference guide, Welch Allyn Service Tool software and Service Tool installation guide.
2 (AA) Duracell® alkaline batteries

3. Product description (See 1. PRO 6000)

1. Probe lens window
2. Probe
3. ExacTemp light
4. Measure button
5. Measure light
6. Display
7. C/F button
8. Memory button
9. Timer button
10. Tether mount (Tether sold separately)
11. Probe cover detect switch
12. Probe cover ejector
13. Battery door latch
14. Battery door
15. Small cradle—one storage box
16. Large cradle—two storage boxes
17. Probe cover
18. Probe cover box
18. a Probe cover box carrier
19. GTIN code

4. Screen elements

Screen elements

2. Probe cover icon
The icon animates in an upward motion to remove probe cover. The icon animates in a downward motion to apply a probe cover. See 9. Using the PRO 6000 3

3. Timer icon
The PRO 6000 includes a 60 second timer that features an audible notification and visual indicator at 0, 15, 30, 45, and 60 seconds. The first quadrant begins flashing when timer starts and becomes solid at 15 seconds. This repeats for each 15 second interval. The timer turns off automatically 5 seconds after 60 seconds is completed. See 10.3 Controls, Manual timer

Screen elements

4. Alert icon
Icon that appears with error message. See 12. Errors and notifications

5. Memory indicator
Indicates the reading shown on the display is the reading in memory. See 10.1 Controls, Memory

6. C/F scale
Indicates default temperature scale. Either °C or °F will display, depending on setting. See 10.2 Controls, C/F Celsius/Fahrenheit

7. Security unlock icon and countdown time
(Requires charging station or compatible Welch Allyn Vital Signs device, sold separately.) If the security function is enabled, it requires the thermometer be returned to the charging station within a pre-selected time interval. Countdown time indicates the amount of time remaining until the thermometer will be locked if not returned to the charging station. See 11.2 Settings, Advanced functions

7. Security lock icon
(Requires charging station or compatible Welch Allyn Vital Signs device, sold separately.) Indicates the thermometer is locked. Return the thermometer to the charging station to reset the countdown and resume normal operation. See 11.2 Settings, Advanced functions

5. About the Braun PRO 6000

The Braun ThermoScan® thermometer is a clinical grade ear thermometer indicated for the intermittent measurement of human body temperature in patients of all ages in a professional use environment.

Please read all instructions carefully and thoroughly before using this product.

5.1 How does Braun ThermoScan work?

ThermoScan work

The Braun PRO 6000 technology reads the infrared energy emitted by the tympanic membrane and surrounding tissues to determine the patient’s temperature. To help ensure accurate temperature measurements, the sensor itself is warmed to a temperature close to that of the human body. When the Braun ThermoScan is placed in the ear, it continuously monitors the infrared energy until a temperature equilibrium has been reached and an accurate measurement can be taken. The thermometer displays an actual measured ear temperature or clinically accurate, oral equivalent temperature that has been validated in clinical studies by comparing IR measurements with the oral readings from afebrile and febrile patients of various ages. Unadjusted operating mode ear temperature readings are available via unadjusted mode, which can be accessed using the Welch Allyn Service Tool.

5.2 PerfecTemp™ technology

Ear canal

Speed and ease of access are two key advantages of ear thermometry. Concerns regarding accuracy and reliability have hindered adoption of this technology. In clinical studies, the precision of ear temperature measurement has been shown to be influenced by ear canal anatomy and variability in user technique. Proper probe placement can also be a challenge, particularly with young patients that move around during measurement. Shallow probe placement, coupled with anatomical variabilities such as ear canals with a small circumference and poor visibility of the tympanic membrane, can result in readings that are low compared to core temperature because the thermometer could be focused on the cooler outer ear canal.

The Braun PRO 6000 thermometer incorporates a new proprietary technology, PerfecTemp™ technology, that overcomes the challenges presented by ear canal anatomy and variations in technique among clinicians. The thermometer collects information about the direction and depth of ear probe placement as it is placed into the ear canal and automatically incorporates this information into the temperature calculation. Incorporating information related to patient specific anatomy and exact ear probe placement in the ear canal increases the accuracy of the measurement as compared to core temperature, especially when probe positioning is not ideal.

5.3 ExacTemp™ technology

The Braun PRO 6000 thermometer also features ExacTemp™ technology which supports temperature measurement reliability by detecting the stability of the probe placement during the measurement. The ExacTemp light flashes during the measuring process and remains illuminated when the measurement is complete, indicating consistent placement of the probe during the measurement process. Consistent probe placement helps support accurate temperature measurement.

5.4 Why measure in the ear?

measure in the ear

Clinical studies have shown that the ear is an excellent site for temperature measurement because temperatures taken in the ear reflect the body’s core temperature1. Body temperature is regulated by the hypothalamus2, which shares the same blood supply as the tympanic membrane3. Changes in core body temperature are usually seen sooner at the tympanic membrane than at other sites, such as the rectum, mouth or under the arm. Advantages of taking temperatures at the ear versus traditional sites:

  • Axillary temperature measurements reflect skin temperature which may not reliably indicate the internal body temperature.
  • Rectal temperatures often lag significantly behind internal body temperature changes, especially at times of rapidly changing temperatures. Also, there is a risk of cross contamination.
  • Oral temperatures are often influenced by eating, drinking, thermometer placement, breathing through the mouth, or the inability of the person to close their mouth completely.
  1. GUYTON A C, TEXTBOOK OF MEDICAL PHYSIOLOGY, W.B. SAUNDERS, PHILADELPHIA, 1996, P 919
  2. GUYTON A C, TEXTBOOK OF MEDICAL PHYSIOLOGY, W.B. SAUNDERS, PHILADELPHIA, 1996, P 754-5
  3. NETTER H F, ATLAS OF HUMAN ANATOMY, NOVARTIS MEDICAL EDUCATION, EAST HANOVER, NJ, 1997, PP 63, 95.

5.5 Body temperature

Body temperature

Normal body temperature is a range. The following table shows that this normal range also varies by site. Therefore, measurements from different sites, even if taken at the same time, should not be directly compared.

Normal ranges by site

A person’s normal temperature range tends to decrease with age.
The following table shows normal ThermoScan ranges by age.

Normal ThermoScan

The range of normal varies from person to person and can be influenced by many factors such as time of day, level of activity, medications and gender.

  1. Sund-Levander M, Forsberg C, Wahren LK. Normal oral, rectal, tympanic and axillary body temperature in adult men and women: a systematic literature review. Scand J Caring Sci 2002 June;16(2):122-8.
  2. Herzog L, Phillips SG. Addressing concerns about fever. Clin Pediatr (Phila) 2011 May;50(5):383-90.

6. Contraindications

Clinical studies have shown the Braun ThermoScan thermometer can obtain accurate temperature measurements on full term newborn, pediatric and adult patients. However, there are special situations when an ear thermometer should not be used. These include, but may not be limited to the following situations:

  • Do not use an ear thermometer if there is blood or drainage in the external ear canal.
  • An ear thermometer should not be used on a patient who exhibits symptoms of an acute or chronic inflammatory condition of the external ear canal.
  • Common situations like the presence of moderate amounts of cerumen (ear wax) in the ear canal, otitis media and tympanostomy tubes do not significantly impact temperature readings. However, complete ear canal occlusion due to cerumen (ear wax) can result in lower temperature readings.
  • Use the untreated ear if prescription ear drops or other ear medications have been placed in the ear canal.
  • Patients who have deformities of the face and/or ear may not be able to have a temperature taken with an ear thermometer.
  • This thermometer is not intended for pre-term babies or small-for-gestational age babies.

6.1 What affects accuracy

Always use a new disposable probe cover for each measurement to maintain accuracy and hygiene. The right ear measurement may differ from the measurement taken in the left ear. Therefore, always take the temperature in the same ear. The ear must be free from obstructions or excess earwax build-up to take an accurate reading.

External factors may influence ear temperatures, including:

External factors

In the event of lying on a pillow, ear plugs or hearing aid, remove the individual from the situation and wait 30 minutes prior to taking a temperature.

7. Warnings and precautions

This thermometer is for professional use only.

This thermometer must only be used with genuine Braun ThermoScan probe covers.

Do not use any cleaning agent other than isopropyl or ethyl alcohol for cleaning the probe lens window and probe as specified in the cleaning section of this manual.

Do not use any cleaning agent other than the approved list of cleaners for cleaning the
body of the thermometer.

To avoid inaccurate measurements, always attach a new, clean probe cover for each
temperature measurement.

The probe lens window must be kept clean, dry and undamaged at all times to ensure
accurate measurements. To protect the probe lens window, always keep the thermometer in the storage cradle while transporting or when not in use.

This thermometer is not intended for pre-term babies or small-for-gestational age babies.

Do not modify this equipment without authorization of manufacturer.
Never use the thermometer for purposes other than those it has been intended for. Please follow the general safety precautions.

Do not expose the thermometer to temperature extremes (below –4ºF / – 25ºC or over
122ºF / 55ºC) nor excessive humidity (> 95 % RH).

This thermometer complies with current required standards for electromagnetic
interference and should not present a problem to other equipment nor is it effected
by other devices. As a precaution, avoid using this device in close proximity to
other equipment.

8. Setup
8.1 Battery installation

Your Braun PRO 6000 thermometer ships with two (AA) alkaline batteries.
See 14.7 Maintenance and service, Replacing the batteries.
The Braun PRO 6000 Charging station (sold separately) ships with one rechargeable
battery pack.

8.2 Mounting instructions (Large cradle only)

Mounting hardware not included. The large cradle (2 box storage) can be mounted as an easily removable wall hanger or a permanent wall mount. All mounting must be done into a wall stud. To mount the cradle the following items are needed:

  • 2 #8 wood or sheet metal, pan head screws, 3.2 cm (1.25”) long
  • Ruler (or tape measure could be substituted)
  • Screwdriver to match drive of screws

1.Remove probe cover box carrier from the cradle by rotating the probe cover box
carrier forward.

Remove probe

2. Mount to wall:

  • Removable wall hanger: Locate the stud on the wall. Mount the 1st screw in position 1 and the 2nd screw in position 2a.
  • Permanent wall mounting: Locate the stud on the wall. Mount the 1st screw in position 1 and the 2nd screw in position 2b. Tighten screws.
Mount to wall

Note: Permanent mounting is not recommended if using the charging station to access the security function, other advanced functions or charge the rechargeable battery.

3. Place probe cover box carrier back in cradle by lining up the brackets and pushing down.

Place probe cover box

8.3 Tether installation

A kit to tether the thermometer to the cradle is available separately. Installation instructions are provided with the tethering kit. Contact Welch Allyn for details.

9. Using the Braun PRO 6000

Temperature measurement

1.Remove thermometer from cradle by gripping thermometer at base and pivoting up.

Thermometer will turn on automatically. Probe cover icon will flash on display indicating a new probe cover is needed.

Remove thermometer

2. Attach new probe cover by
pushing probe tip straight into box, then pulling thermometer out.

Attach new probe cover

3. Wait for the ready indication. Ring around MEASURE button turns green, thermometer will beep once and three lines on display indicate thermometer is ready.

Wait for the ready indication

4. Place probe snugly in ear canal and direct toward opposite temple. Keep thermometer probe steady in the ear canal. Correct probe placement is essential for accurate measurements.

Place probe

5. Press and release MEASURE button.

MEASURE button

The thermometer will beep once, running dashes will appear on the display then the green ExacTemp light will flash, indicating consistent probe position.

probe position


Note: Always press the MEASURE button before taking a measurement.

6. Temperature measurement. A long beep and steady green ExacTemp light will signal the end of the measuring process.

Temperature measurement.

The temperature will show on the display.

The temperature will show on the display.

If the thermometer is unstable or patient is moving during the measuring process, the device will beep, the green ExacTemp light will flash and POS (Position Error) will flash on the display. Be sure the device is stable and restrict patient movement for the next measurement. Change the probe cover to reset.

  • See 12. Errors and notifications

7. Remove used probe cover by pressing Probe Cover Ejector button

To achieve accurate measurements, use a new, clean probe cover for each measurement.
To take another measurement, place a new, clean probe cover on the thermometer. If no action is taken the thermometer will enter SLEEP mode after 10 seconds or upon return to the thermometer cradle or host device.

Remove used probe cover

10. Controls

10.1 Memory
Press the MEMORY button to reveal the last completed temperature. The temperature will show with a MEM indicator until the MEMORY button is pushed again, a new probe cover is applied, or the thermometer enters sleep state. Memory can also be accessed from the thermometer sleep mode and will display for 5 seconds before returning to sleep.

Memory

10.2 C/F (Celsius/Fahrenheit)
Once the temperature scale has been set (See 11.1 Default temperature scale), the alternative scale can be quickly referenced at any time while a temperature is displayed.

1.If the temperature scale is set to Celsius, press and release C/F button to view the temperature in Fahrenheit.

If the temperature scale is set to Fahrenheit, press and release C/F button to view the temperature in Celsius.

2. Press and release the C/F button again to revert back to default scale.

Celsius or Fahrenheit

NOTE: If Temperature Conversion is disabled, refer to the Service Manual for more information.

10.3 Manual timer
The Braun PRO 6000 includes a 60 second timer that features an audible notification and visual indicator at 0, 15, 30, 45, and 60 seconds. The timer turns off automatically 5 seconds after 60 seconds is completed. The timer can be stopped at any time by pressing the Timer button or applying a probe cover. This feature can be used to time pulse, respirations, etc. To use this feature:

1.Press and hold timer button for one second to activate timer. A beep is heard at initiation of the timer.

the timer

The display will show timer counting up in seconds.

The display will show an icon that has four 15 second quadrants.

The timer will beep at the completion of each 15 second interval to provide audible notification. Then the current segment will become solid and the next segment will flash.
At 60 seconds a long beep will sound, all quadrants will appear solid ending the timer function. The thermometer will exit the timer mode after an additional 5 seconds.

timer mode

2. To stop the timer at any time, press the timer button.

11. Settings

11.1 Default temperature scale
To set the default temperature scale:

1.Open battery door by sliding spring latch to the right using your finger or a pointed object such as a pen. While holding the latch in the open position, grasp the battery door and remove it. Remove batteries and set aside. Once batteries are removed, C/F switch is accessible.

 Default temperature scale

2. Slide switch to C or F using a pen or pointed object.

3. Place batteries back into thermometer. Snap the battery door back into place and ensure the latch returns to the original latched position. Celsius or Fahrenheit symbol will appear on the display.

Place batteries

11.2 Advanced functions
The following device settings must be completed using the Welch Allyn Service Tool
(See 11.3 Advanced function settings and 11.4 Service tools)

Advanced functions

11.3 Advanced function settings
The charging station or compatible Welch Allyn Vital Signs device can be used with the Welch Allyn Service Tool to modify settings on the thermometer. Follow the instructions to access Braun Pro 6000 advanced settings using the Welch Allyn Service Tool.

1.Dock the Braun PRO 6000 thermometer in the Charging Station

Charging Station

2. The recommended action is to use the USB cable that connects to the wall adapter – unplug it from the wall adapter and plug it into your computer.

USB cable

3. Launch the Service Tool. If the log on prompt appears enter the User ID “ADMIN” (all caps) with no password and click the log on button.

Launch the Service Tool

4. Click the Braun Thermometer from the device list to highlight, then click the select button.

Click the Braun

5. The Device tab opens.

Device tab opens.

6. Click the Configure tab to the right of the Device information tab.

Configure tab

7. Click the Change button in the current settings box. The configuration settings dialog box opens.

Click the Change button

8. Select the setting you wish to enable or disable by clicking the check box next to the setting. A check mark indicates the setting will be enabled, an empty check box indicates the setting will be disabled. To select the Security function click the drop down menu and click the desired time or Off to disable. To restore the factory default settings click Restore Defaults. Once the desired settings are selected click the Save button to send the settings to the Braun thermometer and close the box.

close the box

To close the box without changing the settings click the Cancel button.

11.4 Service tools Service tools
For more information, refer to the Service Tool installation guide. The service tool software and service tool installation guide are available on the CD provided with the Braun PRO 6000 thermometer or from ttp://www.welchallyn.com/promotions/services/servicetool.htm

11.5 Charging station for storage, charging and security function (optional)

A charging station is available for the Braun PRO 6000. The charging station automatically recharges the thermometer when using the rechargeable battery which is included. Use of alkaline batteries in the thermometer while using the charging station is permitted but the alkaline batteries will not be charged.

 charging and security

The charging station has an electronic, individually adjustable security function which requires the thermometer to be returned to the station within an individually pre-selected time or the thermometer will be locked. The charging station serves as a convenient storage base which can also be wall mounted. Contact Welch Allyn for details.

Welch Allyn Technical Support:
www.welchallyn.com/support
visit locations:
www.welchallyn.com/about/company/locations.htm

12. Errors and notifications

Error message
Temperature

12. Errors and notifications

Errors and notifications

13. PerfecTemp™ status

PerfecTemp status

14. Maintenance and service

14.1 Cleaning and disinfecting the probe lens window and probe Only use Braun ThermoScan® disposable probe covers.

Do not use damaged, perforated, soiled or poor fitting probe covers. Do not reuse probe covers.

Dirty probe lens window = lower readings. Fingerprints, cerumen, dust and other soiling components reduce transparency of the tip and result in lower temperature measurements.

If thermometer is placed in ear without a probe cover, clean immediately.
Do not damage probe lens window. Avoid touching probe lens window except when cleaning.

If probe lens window is damaged return to Welch Allyn for service.
Do not modify, change or adjust probe lens window. These changes will affect calibration and accuracy of the thermometer. If probe lens window is damaged return to Welch Allyn for service.

Do not use cleaning solution other than isopropyl or ethyl alcohol to clean probe lens window and probe. Other cleaning agents can damage probe lens window and probe.

Cleaning and disinfecting procedure
The thermometer probe and probe lens window should be cleaned when there are fingerprints, cerumen, dust or other soiling components present, following the below directions:

1.Remove probe cover and discard.

Remove probe cover and discard

2. Moisten cotton swab or cloth slightly with isopropyl or ethyl alcohol. Do not saturate.

Moisten cotton

3. Gently wipe surface of probe lens window with cotton swab or cloth slightly moistened with isopropyl or ethyl alcohol only. Note: Use gentle pressure when cleaning the sensor to prevent damaging the unit by accidently changing the position of the sensor.

the sensor

4. With probe facing down, wipe the probe with a damp cloth or cleaning wipe moistened with isopropyl or ethyl alcohol.

probe facing down

5. Gently wipe with dry, clean cotton swab or cloth immediately.

Gently wipe with dry

6. Allow at least 5 minutes drying time before taking temperature. Make sure probe lens window is clean and dry prior to use.

14.2 Cleaning and disinfecting the thermometer body and cradle
Do not submerge the thermometer. Excess liquid may cause damage to the thermometer.
Wipes should be moist, not saturated.
Do not use any chemical other than those listed in the Approved Cleaning Solution Table to clean the thermometer body and cradle. Other cleaning agents could cause damage to the thermometer.
When cleaning the probe lens window or probe ONLY use isopropyl or ethyl alcohol.
Do not use abrasives pads or cleaners.

Approved cleaning solutions

Additional cleaning agents may be periodically evaluated for compatibility. If your cleaning agent is not listed, contact Welch Allyn to determine if additional cleaning agents are approved for use. As needed, clean the thermometer body and cradle following the below directions.

body and cradle
Cleaning and disinfecting
Removing and installing

Removing and installing

14.6 Storage instructions
Store thermometer and probe covers in a dry location (the thermometer is not protected against ingress of water), free from dust and contamination and away from direct sunlight. The ambient temperature at the storage location should remain fairly constant and within the range of 50°F to 104°F (10°C to 40°C) to allow for immediate use.

14.7 Replacing the batteries
The thermometer is supplied with two 1.5 V batteries type AA (LR 6). For best performance, we recommend Duracell® alkaline batteries.

Replacing the batteries

This product contains batteries and recyclable electronic waste. To protect the
environment, do not dispose of it in the trash, but take it to appropriate local collection
points according to national or local regulations.

14.8 Calibration testing
The thermometer is initially calibrated at the time of manufacture. If the thermometer is used according to the use instruction, periodic readjustment is not required. However, Welch Allyn recommends checking calibration on an annual basis or whenever clinical accuracy of the thermometer is in question. Procedures for checking calibration are outlined in the 9600 Plus Calibration Tester (REF 01802-110) directions for use manual.

The above recommendations do not supersede the legal requirements. The user must always comply with legal requirements for the control of the measurement, functionality, and accuracy of the device which are required by the scope of relevant laws, directives or ordinances where the device is used.

15. Specifications

Specifications

CAUTION: Do not use this device in the presence of electromagnetic or other interference outside the normal range specified in IEC 60601-1-2.

Standards and compliance
This device conforms to the following Safety and Performance standards:
This infrared thermometer meets requirements established in ASTM Standard E 1965-98 (for the thermometer system [thermometer with probe cover]). Full responsibility for the conformance of the product to the standard is assumed by Kaz USA, Inc.,
250 Turnpike Road, Southborough, MA 01772, USA.

This product conforms to the provisions of the EC directive 93/42/EEC (Medical Device Directive).

A clinical summary is available upon request.

EN 60601-1:2006 Medical electrical equipment –
Part 1: General requirements for basic safety and essential performance

EN 12470-5: 2003 Clinical thermometers – Part 5: Performance of infra-red ear thermometers (with maximum device)

Meets CB Scheme
EN 60601-1-2 :2007, IEC 60601-1-2:2007 General requirements for basic safety and essential performance—Collateral Standard: Electromagnetic Compatibility–Requirement & Tests Medical electrical equipment – Part 1-2: General requirements for basic safety and essential performance – Collateral standard: Electromagnetic compatibility – Requirements and test

IEC 62304 :2006 Medical device software- Software life cycle processes
IEC 62366 :2007 (IEC60601-1-6) Medical devices -Application of usability engineering to medical devices

EN980 :2008 Symbols for use in the labelling of medical devices
ISO14971 :2007 Medical devices -Application of risk management to medical devices
ISO 80601-2-56 :2009 Medical electrical equipment – Part 2-56: Particular requirements for basic safety and essential performance of clinical thermometers for body temperature measurement

ISO 10993-1:2009 Biological Evaluation of Medical Devices Part 1: Evaluation and Testing (includes US FDA Blue book memo G95-1-100 Title)
GBT 21417.1:2008 MEDICAL ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT needs special precautions regarding EMC. For detailed description of EMC requirements please contact an authorized local Service Centre.

Portable and mobile RF communications equipment can affect MEDICAL
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT Internally powered ME equipment.
Continuous operation.

Not protected against ingress of water.

Symbol definitions:

Symbol definitions:

14. Warranty

For Model PRO 6000
The Braun ThermoScan PRO 6000 thermometer has a limited three year warranty and the PRO 6000 cradle has a limited one year warranty.. The PRO 6000 instrument is warranted by Kaz to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of three years from the date of delivery to the first professional user who purchases the instrument.

This warranty does not cover batteries, damage to the probe window, or damage to the instrument caused by misuse, negligence or accident and extends to only to the first purchaser of the product. Additionally this warranty becomes void if the thermometer is operated with anything other than genuine Braun ThermoScan® Probe Covers.

Thermometer service or replacement will be carried out by Welch Allyn subject to the terms of this warranty. Loss or damage in return shipment to Welch Allyn shall be at purchaser’s risk. Kaz reserves the right to replace a non-conforming product with the most comparable product currently available. This product has a five year minimum expected lifetime.

IN NO EVENT SHALL KAZ BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES IN CONNECTION WITH THE PURCHASE OR USE OF ANY PRODUCT. This warranty shall not apply to, and Kaz shall not be responsible for, any loss arising in connection with the purchase or use of any product which has been serviced by anyone other than a Kaz authorized service representative or altered in any way so as, in Kaz’s judgment, to affect its stability or reliability, or which has been subject to misuse or negligence or accident, or which has the serial number or lot number altered, effaced or removed, or which has been used other than in accordance with the instructions furnished by Kaz. IN NO EVENT SHALL KAZ’S LIABILITY EXCEED THE ORIGINAL COST OF THE PRODUCT.

This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties, express or implied, and of all other obligations or liabilities on Kaz’s part, and Kaz neither assumes nor authorizes any representatives or other person to assume for it any other liability in connection with the sale of its products.

TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, KAZ DISCLAIMS ALL STATUTORY AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WARRANTIES OF MERCHANT ABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

Guidance and manufacturers
Guidance

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Braun Instruction Manual

Braun ThermoScan

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Braun Thermo Scan

IRT3030
Braun ThermoScan® 3
Compact infrared ear thermometer for the whole family

  • Reliable & easy to use entry ear thermometer
  • From no. 1 brand among doctors*
  • With new design and new Audio fever indicator

Fast & accurate

  • Precise measurement in just 1 second
  • Measures the infrared heat generated by the eardrum and the surrounding tissues, with clinically proven accuracy
  • Improved clean ability of the sensor tip if accidentally used without a probe cover (new)

New Audio fever indicator

Easy to interpret the temperature value: number of beeps indicates normal (1 beep), elevated (2 beeps) and high temperature (4 beeps)

Features for easy & pleasant usability

  • Compact design is easy to hold
  • Easy to read LCD display
  • Probe suitable for use with newborns
  • Memory recalls the last temperature reading
  • Auto shut-off after 60 seconds for longer battery life.
  • Readings in Celsius (34 – 42.2°C) or Fahrenheit (93.2 – 108°F)

Disposable lens filters for hygienic use

  • With BPA & latex free disposable probe covers i.e. no need to clean or disinfect the probe
  • Using a clean disposable cover with each measurement:

1) ensures hygienic use
2) protects from cross-contamination 3) ensures earwax residues do not impact accuracy of the reading.

Accessories

  • Probe cover protection cap
  • 21x lens filter
  • 1 x cell battery. Battery door with a safety lock to prevent choking hazard (new)

Impactful in-store presentation

  • Attractive packaging with premium look and feel, with visible product. Hanging hole for in store merchandising
  • Based on survey of paediatricians and general practitioners in UK, France, Germany and the Netherlands.
Quantity
ThermoScan

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Braun Series 9 Manual

Braun Series 9

Braun Series 9 Manual

Braun Infolines Lignes d’assistance Braun

Thank you for purchasing a Braun product. We hope you are completely satisfied with your new Braun shaver.

If you have any questions, please call:
US residents 1-800-BRAUN-11
1-800-272-8611
Canadian residents 1-800-387-6657

Inside the pack

Using

setting

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
(models 9090cc/9075cc/9070cc/9050cc/9030cc)
When using an electrical appliance, basic precautions should always be followed,
including the following:

Read all instructions before using this appliance.
When disconnected, the hand-held part of this shaving appliance may be cleaned
under water.

DANGER
To reduce the risk of electric shock:
1. Use only in dry condition.
2. Do not submerge in water.
3. Do not reach for an appliance that has fallen into water. Unplug immediately.
4. Do not use while bathing or in a shower.
5. Do not place, store or charge the appliance where it can fall or be pulled into a tub or
sink. Do not place in or drop into water or other liquid.
6. Except when charging, always unplug this appliance from the electrical outlet
immediately after using.
7. Unplug this appliance before cleaning.
8. This appliance is provided with a special cord set with integrated Safety Extra Low
Voltage power supply. Do not exchange or manipulate any part of it.
9. Do not use an extension cord with this appliance.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
(models 9095cc w&d/9080s w&d/9040s w&d only)
When using an electrical appliance, basic precautions should always be followed,
including the following:

Read all instructions before using this appliance.
When disconnected, the hand-held part of this shaving appliance may be used in a
bath or shower. For safety reasons, the appliance can only be operated cordlessly.

DANGER
To reduce the risk of electric shock:
1. The charger unit is not for immersion in water or for use in shower.
2. Do not reach for a charger that has fallen into water. Unplug immediately.
3. Do not place, store or charge the appliance where it can fall or be pulled into a tub or
sink. Do not place in or drop into water or other liquid.
4. Except when charging, always unplug this appliance from the electrical outlet
immediately after using.
5. This appliance is provided with a special cord set with integrated Safety Extra Low
Voltage power supply. Do not exchange or manipulate any part of it.
6. Do not use an extension cord with this appliance.

WARNING (all models)
To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons:
1. Close supervision is necessary when this appliance is used by, on, or near children or
persons with disabilities.
2. Use this appliance only for its intended use as described in this manual. Do not use
attachments not recommended by the manufacturer.
3. Never operate this appliance if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working
properly, if it has been dropped or damaged, or if the power supply has been dropped
into water. Return the appliance to a service center for examination and repair.
4. Keep the cord away from heated surfaces.
5. Never drop or insert any object into any opening of the appliance.
6. Do not use outdoors or operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or where
oxygen is being administered.
7. Do not use this appliance with a damaged or broken foil, as serious skin injuries may
occur.
8. Always attach plug to appliance first, then to outlet. To disconnect, turn all controls off,
then remove plug from outlet.
9. When plugging to an electrical outlet outside North America, use a plug adapter to
match the outlet’s pin configuration.
10. Caution: The battery used in this device may present a fire or chemical burn hazard if
mistreated. Do not disassemble, heat above 100 °C (212 °F), or incinerate.
11. Only use the special electric cord set provided with the appliance.
12. Oil bottle (models 9080s/9040s/9030s only)
Keep out of reach of children. Do not swallow. Do not apply to eyes. Dispose of properly when empty.

Our products are designed to meet the highest standards of quality, functionality and design.
Thank you for your trust in Braun’s quality, and we hope you enjoy your new Braun shaver.

Warning
Only models 9080s/9040s w&d can be used with foam or gel.
Clean&Charge Station (models 9095cc w&d/9090cc/9075cc/9070cc/9050cc)

To prevent the cleaning fluid from leaking, ensure that the Clean&Charge Station is placed on a flat surface. When a cleaning cartridge is installed, do not tip, move suddenly or transport the station in any way as cleaning fluid might spill out of the cartridge. Do not place the station inside a mirror cabinet, nor place it on a polished or lacquered surface.

The cleaning cartridge contains a highly flammable liquid so keep it away from sources of ignition. Do not expose to direct sunlight and cigarette smoking nor store it over a radiator. Do not refill the cartridge and use only original Braun refill cartridges.

Shaver
1 Foil & Cutter cassette
2 Cassette release buttons
3 MultiHeadLock switch
4 On/off switch
5 Shaver display
6 Long hair trimmer
7 Shaver-to-station contacts
8 Release button for long hair trimmer
9 Model number of shaver
10 Shaver power socket
11 Special cord set
12 Brush
13 Hard travel case

Manual cleaning of the shaver
(see fig. B/C)
Cleaning under running water

• Switch on the shaver (cordless) and rinse the shaver head under hot running water until all residues have been removed. You may use liquid soap without abrasive substances. Rinse off all foam and let the shaver run for a few more seconds.

• Next, switch off the shaver, press the release buttons (2) to remove the Foil & Cutter cassette (1) and let it dry completely.

• If you regularly clean the shaver under water, then apply once a week a drop of light machine oil on top of the Foil & Cutter cassette. Models 9080s w&d/9040s w&d only: The shaver should be cleaned after each foam usage.

Cleaning with a brush
• Switch off the shaver. Remove the Foil & Cutter cassette (1) and tap it out on a flat surface. Using the brush, clean the inner area of the pivoting head. Do not clean the cassette with the brush as this may damage it! The Foil & Cutter cassette can be attached either way. There is no impact on the shaving performance.

The Clean&Charge Station has been developed for cleaning, charging, lubricating, disinfecting, drying and storing your Braun shaver.
14 Station power socket
15 Lift button for cartridge exchange
16 Station-to-shaver contacts
17 Clean&Charge Station display
17a Level indicator
17b Status light
17c Cleaning program indicator (models 9095cc w&d/
9090cc/9075cc only)
18 Start button
19 Cleaning cartridge

Installing the Clean&Charge Station (see fig. D)
• Remove the protection foil if any from the Clean&Charge Station display.
• Press the lift button (15) at the rear side of the Clean&Charge Station to lift up the housing.
• Hold the cleaning cartridge (19) down on a flat, stable surface (e.g. table).
• Carefully remove the lid from the cartridge.
• Slide the cartridge from the rear side into the base of the station until it snaps into place.
• Slowly close the housing by pushing it down until it locks.
• Connect the station to an electrical outlet by snapping the special cord set (11) into the power socket (14).

Charging the shaver in the Clean&Charge Station (see fig. D)
Insert the shaver head with the front showing and released head lock into the cleaning station.

Important: The shaver needs to be dry and free from any foam or soap residue!
The contacts (7) on the back of the shaver need to align with the contacts (16) in the station. Push the shaver in the correct position. A beep sound confirms that the shaver sits properly in the station. Charging will start automatically.

Cleaning the shaver (see fig. D)
When the cleaning indicator lights up in the shaver display, insert the shaver into the Clean&Charge Station, as described above and press the start button (18).

The hygiene status will be analyzed and is shown by the cleaning program indicators (17c) in the Clean&Charge Station display (models 9095cc w&d/9090cc/9075cc only).

If status light (17b) does not shine (Clean&Charge Station switches to stand-by after ca. 10 minutes), press start button twice. Otherwise cleaning will not start. For best shaving results, we recommend cleaning after each shave.

The cleaning process consists of several cycles, in which cleaning fluid is flushed through the shaver head. Depending on your Clean&Charge Station model and/or program selected, the cleaning time takes up to 3 minutes, followed by an active drying phase of about 40 minutes, during which a fan is running.

Afterwards charging will resume, which is indicated in the shaver display. When the shaver is fully charged the display turns off.

Cleaning programs
Models 9095cc w&d/9090cc/9075cc:
*short economical cleaning
**normal level of cleaning
***high intensive cleaning
Models 9070cc/9050cc:
One standard cleaning program is included.

Removing the shaver from the Clean&Charge Station (see fig. E)
Hold the Clean&Charge Station with one hand and tilt the shaver slightly to the front to release it.

Cleaning Cartridge / Replacement (see fig. F)
When the level indicator (17a) lights up permanently red, the remaining fluid in the cartridge is sufficient for about 3 more cycles. When the level indicator blinks red, the cartridge needs to be replaced (about every 3 weeks when used daily).

After having pressed the lift button (15) to open the housing, wait for a few seconds before removing the used cartridge to avoid any dripping. Before discarding the used cartridge, make sure to close the openings using the lid of the new cartridge, since the used cartridge will contain contaminated cleaning solution.

The hygienic cleaning cartridge contains denatured ethanol (specification see cartridge), which once opened will naturally evaporate slowly. Each cartridge, if not used daily, should be replaced after approximately 8 weeks to ensure optimal disinfection.

The cleaning cartridge also contains lubricants for the shaving system, which may leave residual marks on the outer foil frame and the cleaning chamber of the Clean&Charge Station. These marks can be removed easily by wiping gently with a damp cloth.

Accessories
Braun recommends changing your shaver’s Foil & Cutter cassette every 18 months to maintain your shaver’s maximum performance.

Available at your dealer or Braun Service Centres:
• Foil & Cutter cassette: 90S/90B
• Cleaning cartridge Clean&Charge Station: CCR
• Braun Shaver cleaner spray

Environmental notice
This appliance contains rechargeable batteries. To protect the environment, do not dispose of the appliance in the household waste at the end of its useful life.

Disposal can take place at a Braun Service Center or appropriate collection sites.

The cleaning cartridge can be disposed of with regular household waste.

Subject to change without notice. For electric specifications, see printing on the special cord set.

Please note down the suggested replacement date (in 18 months from now) below replacement part reference number.

Trouble-Shooting