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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS CC-80 and CC-81 Fluorescence Analysis Cabinets

CC-81

Printed in U.S.A.

Manual No. AM11028 Issued: September 2011


INTRODUCTION The Spectroline CC-80 and CC-81 cabinets are specially designed for efficient fluorescence analysis. Both units come equipped with a 25-watt internal white light source, while the CC-81 is additionally supplied with the Spectroline ENF-280C 365/254nm 8-watt UV lamp. For a list of E-Series lamp models that work with either the CC-80 or CC-81 cabinets, please visit www.spectroline.com. Choose from the available 8-watt lamps listed under "E-Series Ultraviolet Hand-Held Lamps." For greater epillumination options, these cabinets may be used with one or two Spectroline E-Series UV lamps that are available in 254nm, 312nm or 365nm, or a combination of these wavelengths. For higher UV intensity and increased fluorescent contrast with transillumination, these units may be placed over a wide range of Spectroline UV transilluminators. WARNING Please read the instructions in this manual carefully. Never use this equipment in any manner not specified in these instructions because the protection provided by the equipment may be impaired.

1. Eyepiece Viewing Assembly 2. Photographic Port

CABINET DESCRIPTION Flexible eyepiece with UV-absorbing viewing window to protect the eyes and increase contrast. Used when photographing samples. To expose, remove the viewing assembly. Controls power supply to the cabinet.

3. Master Power Switch 4. White Light Switch Controls the white light bulb. 5. Port Covers Cover the lamp port openings to ensure that the cabinet is lighttight. 6. Lamp Ports Accommodate one or two E-Series* lamps. 7. Curtain Excludes ambient light. 8. Lamp Outlets Receptacles for plugs of E-Series* lamps. *Use with any 8-watt Spectroline E-Series UV lamp.

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1. Eyepiece Viewing Assembly 3. Master Power Switch

2. Photographic Port (under viewing assembly)

4. White Light Switch

5. Port Cover 6. Lamp Port (under port cover) CC-80

8. Lamp Outlets

7. Curtain

UNPACKING AND INSPECTION 1. Carefully unpack and inspect the cabinet for possible damage in shipment. If any damage is noted, immediately notify the carrier and supplier before attempting to use the equipment. 2. Save the shipping carton and packing materials for future storing and shipping of the equipment. 3. Check the lamp’s electrical performance as soon as possible according to the GENERAL FUNCTIONAL CHECKS outlined in the ‘‘OPERATION’’ section of this manual. OPERATION GENERAL FUNCTIONAL CHECKS 1. Connect the cabinet plug to a power outlet that complies with the electrical requirements specified on the unit’s label. 2. Depress the master switch to the ON position. This switch must be activated to operate the E-Series UV lamp(s) or the white light bulb. 3. Test the white light bulb by pushing the white light switch ON. 4. Check the felt curtain by pushing it inward and upward until it connects with the magnetic catch. This will allow clear placement of samples.

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INSTALLATION 1. The power supply cord is the disconnect for this unit. 2. Check that the master and white light switches are both in the OFF position. 3. Set the cabinet upright on a solid, level surface. 4. Place the lamp(s) in the lamp port(s), making sure the lamp cord(s) remain outside the cabinet housing. 5. Plug the cord(s) into a lamp outlet. 6. Push the master power switch ON. 7. Operate the lamp(s) according to the manual enclosed separately with each unit. PORT COVERS When the cabinet is not being used with two E-Series lamps simultaneously, the unused port opening(s) on the upper portion of the cabinet should be covered to exclude ambient light. Two port covers are provided that fit easily into the openings. BOTTOM PANEL A black bottom panel is enclosed with the cabinet. When using the cabinet without a transilluminator, the panel should be in place to ensure proper shielding from ambient light. Remove the four round rubber screw holders with a Phillips screwdriver. Align the four openings in the panel with the bottom of the cabinet and reattach the rubber screw holders. USING WITH A TRANSILLUMINATOR Place the Spectroline UV transilluminator on a solid, level surface, filter side up. Remove the bottom panel and reattach the rubber screw holders to the bottom of the cabinet. These will prevent scratching of the transilluminator surface. WARNING The transilluminator’s operation is separate from that of the viewing cabinet. Do not attempt to plug the transilluminator into the lamp outlets on the side of the cabinet. This will result in a dangerous overload. The transilluminator must be plugged into a separate external power source.

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OPERATOR SERVICING The following servicing instructions are intended for limited maintenance of the cabinet. Do not perform any servicing other than that contained in these instructions. Return the cabinet to the factory for maintenance not covered in this section. WARNING To avoid the risk of electrical shock, always unplug both the cabinet and the lamp(s) from their power sources before cleaning or servicing. The power outlets in the cabinet will accommodate only the Spectroline E-Series lamps. HOUSING AND VIEWING WINDOW MAINTENANCE Immediately clean all spills from the housing using water and a mild detergent, if necessary, and wipe dry. Take care not to allow any liquids to leak into electrical components. Periodically clean the UV-absorbing viewing window with a glass cleaner and soft cloth. ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS The CC-80 and CC-81 cabinets are designed to be safe under the following conditions: • Indoor use; • Altitude up to 2,000 m (6,562 ft.); • Temperature 5°C to 40°C (41°F to 104°F); • Maximum relative humidity 80% for temperatures up to 31°C (88°F) decreasing linearly to 50% relative humidity at 40°C (104°F); • Mains supply voltage fluctuations not to exceed ±10% of the nominal voltage; • Installation Category II; • Pollution Degree 2

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ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS Both the CC-80 and the CC-81 fluorescence analysis cabinets are equipped with a 25-watt internal white light bulb. MODEL

DESCRIPTION

TUBES

FILTER

CC-80

Cabinet

120V/60Hz, 2.0A

CC-80/F

Cabinet, European Plug

230V/50Hz, 2.0A

CC-80/FA

Cabinet, Australia/China Plug

220-240V/50Hz, 2.0A

CC-80/FB

Cabinet, UK Plug

230V/50Hz, 2.0A

CC-80/J

Cabinet

100V/50-60Hz, 2.0A

CC-81

CC-80 Cabinet, with ENF-280C UV Lamp, 8W Tubes (2), UV-A and UV-C

BLE-8T365 BLE-8T254

2F018

120V/60Hz, 2.0A

CC-81/FA

CC-80/FA with ENF-280C/FA (Australia/China Plug)

BLE-8T365 BLE-8T254

2F018

220-240V/50Hz, 2.0A

CC-81/FB

CC-80/FB with ENF-280C/FB (UK Plug)

BLE-8T365 BLE-8T254

2F018

230V/50Hz, 2.0A

CC-81/FE

CC-80/F with ENF-280C/FE (European Plug)

BLE-8T365 BLE-8T254

2F018

230V/50Hz, 2.0A

CC-81/J

CC-80/J with ENF-280C/J

BLE-8T365 BLE-8T254

2F018

100V/50-60Hz, 2.0A

*Always specify the required voltage Long Wave (UV-A) 365nm

VOLTAGE REQUIRED*

All /FE units conform to CE standards

Medium Wave (UV-B) 312nm

Short Wave (UV-C) 254nm

WARRANTY The warranty policy for the CC-80 and CC-81 cabinets is provided on the Certificate of Limited Warranty enclosed separately with each unit. NOTE: For assistance of any kind, including help with a unit under warranty, contact the Customer Service Department at Spectronics Corporation. In the U.S. and Canada, call toll-free 1-800-274-8888. Include the model and serial numbers of the unit and the date of purchase. Shipping instructions will be provided if they are deemed necessary. If an estimate of charges for nonwarranty work or other service work is required, a quote will be furnished upon evaluation of the unit. Service work will not be performed without customer approval. SHIPPING Carefully pack the equipment in the original shipping container and packing materials. Insure it for full value and ship it prepaid to the factory. 6


REPLACEMENT PARTS Description Bulb, 25W—White Light Eyepiece, UV-Absorbing Window Assembly

Product No. BLE-1T261

Caution (refer to accompanying documents)

LAMP CONTAINS MERCURY Manage in Accord with Disposal Laws See: www.lamprecycle.org

CC-80 CC-81 Manual AM11028  

Instruction Manual for CC-80 and CC-81

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