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Voyager
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Technical Manual
001-19521-EN rev.0
December 2009

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  • Page 1 ® Voyager Technical Manual 001-19521-EN rev.0 December 2009...
  • Page 2 Printed in Canada BHM Medical Inc. reserves the right to change or discontinue any specifications, design, features, model or accessories shown without notice. TM Trade-mark of BHM Medical Inc. All rights reserved. © BHM Medical Inc., 2009 The content of this publication may not be copied either whole or in part without the consent of BHM...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents General Information ....................4 How to use this Manual ................4 Equipment Identification ................4 Safety Instructions ....................5 Instructions and Warnings ................5 General ......................5 Shock Prevention ..................5 Fire and Explosion Prevention ..............5 Safe Working Load ..................
  • Page 4: General Information

    Refer to this manual as required. If anything is not BHM Medical patient lift. completely understood, please contact BHM Medical for more details. Failure to comply with warnings in this BHM Medical Credentials: manual may result in injury.
  • Page 5: Safety Instructions

    Safety Instructions Instructions and • Check nameplate for voltage and frequency requirements. These requirements differ by Warnings country. Do not attempt to use the lift in an area that different voltage cycle Please read the following important information. requirement. General Fire and Explosion Prevention WARNING: Read the following instructions WARNING: Dispose of the batteries safely.
  • Page 6: Part Designation

    Part Designation Lift Cassette and Charger Station Legend 1) Voyager Duo ceiling lift 2) Emergency lowering mechanism 3) Allen key 4) Side panel 5) Rail 6) Charging station 7) Travel direction arrows 8) Strap 9) Spreader bar 10) Up button 11) Down button 12) Red emergency pull cord 13) Reset switch plastic insert...
  • Page 7: Hand Control

    Part Designation The following refers to the figure on the previous page: • The yellow charging light flashes while charging and goes solid when charge is finished. • The green power light illuminates once the lift is on and ready for use; the green light flashes when the batteries are low.
  • Page 8: Maintenance And Service

    The Voyager Duo is equipped with an electronic monitor that will cause a red light to flash when a maintenance inspection is necessary. Once this red light begins to flash, please contact BHM Medical if you need any assistance with performing the necessary maintenance inspection requirements.
  • Page 9 Maintenance and Service Battery Replacement Removing the batteries: Push up on the battery. Slide the battery slightly to the left. Slide the battery outwards, and carefully disconnect the wires. Fig. 4...
  • Page 10 Maintenance and Service Battery Replacement Replacing the batteries: Pass the battery wires behind the plastic column located within the battery compartment. Reconnect the battery wires black to black, red to red. CAUTION: Respect the polarity when reconnecting the batteries NOTE: Make to correctly fit the batteries back into their compartments Fig.
  • Page 11 Maintenance and Service Battery Replacement Final steps: Hook the side panels back onto the main shell of the unit’s housing. Close the side panels completely. Push up on the plastic insert switch to turn the unit back on. Fig. 6...
  • Page 12: Strap Replacement

    Maintenance and Service Strap Replacement Disconnecting the spreader bar from the strap: Gently pull the red cord to turn off the unit. Remove the split ring from the spreader bar clevis pin. Slide the clevis out from the spreader bar connector. Note: Reinstall the clevis pin and split ring back into the now detached spreader bar connector.
  • Page 13 Maintenance and Service Strap Replacement Removing the batteries and handset plug: Open and unhook the side panels. Push down slightly on the battery. Slide the battery outwards. Carefully disconnect the wires. Unplug the handset jack from its socket located on the plastic housing, unravel the cable from the strain relief and unclip the handset cable from the plastic housing.
  • Page 14 Maintenance and Service Strap Replacement Removing the top plastic housing: Remove the screws that secure the top plastic housing. Unplug the membrane for the alternative up/down switches located on the unit, as well as the SWL key membrane, if applicable (see Fig. 36 step 3 for location). Remove screws with a Torx T20 screwdriver Fig.
  • Page 15 Maintenance and Service Strap Replacement Removing the strap: Remove the strap inlet. Unlock the transmission from the drum by restraining the drum with one hand and turning the shaft counter-clockwise. Completely unwind the strap and remove it from the drum. Lubricate the drum’s teeth with food-grade grease.
  • Page 16 Maintenance and Service Strap Replacement Installing the new strap: Thread the strap onto the drum, stitching side up, securing it with the strap retaining bolt. Wind up the strap manually until it is nearly completely wound on the drum. Reengage the transmission by restraining the drum with one hand and turning the shaft clockwise.
  • Page 17 Maintenance and Service Strap Replacement Reinstalling the top plastic housing: Plug in the membrane for the alternative up/down switches located on the unit, as well as for the SWL key membrane, if applicable (see Fig. 36 step 3 for location). Replace the top plastic cover and secure it with the plastic screws.
  • Page 18 Maintenance and Service Strap Replacement Reinstalling the handset: Reconnect the handset jack back in its socket on the unit’s frame. Thread the cable through the various points in the strain-relief. Secure the handset cable by clipping it to the unit’s plastic housing. Fig.
  • Page 19 Maintenance and Service Strap Replacement Reinstalling the batteries: Reconnect the batteries wires for the batteries that was previously removed. Reinsert the batteries back into the lift. NOTE: Make to correctly fit the CAUTION: Respect the polarity batteries back into their when reconnecting the batteries compartments Fig.
  • Page 20 Maintenance and Service Strap Replacement Final steps: Hook the panel onto the ceiling lift main shell. Close the side panel completely. Reinstall the spreader bar by sliding the clevis pin back into the connector. Install the split ring on the clevis pin. Turn the unit back on by pushing in the plastic insert.
  • Page 21: Handset Replacement

    Maintenance and Service Handset Replacement Accessing the battery: Turn unit off. Open and unhook the side panel opposite to the emergency system access labels. Fig. 16...
  • Page 22 Maintenance and Service Handset Replacement Removing the battery: Push up on the battery. Slide the battery slightly to the left. Slide the battery outwards, and carefully disconnect the wires. Fig. 17...
  • Page 23 Maintenance and Service Handset Replacement Accessing the handset jack: Unplug the handset jack from its socket located on the plastic housing, unravel the cable from the strain relief. Unclip the handset cable from the plastic housing. Fig. 18...
  • Page 24 Maintenance and Service Handset Replacement Installing the new handset: Reconnect the handset jack to the socket located on the plastic housing. Thread the cable through the various points in the strain-relief. Secure the handset cable by clipping it to the unit’s plastic housing. Reinstall the battery (see Fig.
  • Page 25: Main Circuit Board Replacement

    Maintenance and Service Main Circuit Board Replacement Initial preparations: Follow the initial steps as explained in Fig. 3 and Fig. 4. Unplug the handset jack from its socket located on the plastic housing, unravel the cable from the strain relief and unclip the handset cable from the plastic housing. Fig.
  • Page 26 Maintenance and Service Main Circuit Board Replacement Removing the spreader bar: Remove the split ring from the clevis pin. Slide the clevis pin out from the spreader bar connector. Slide the clevis pin back into the now free spreader bar connector. Reinstall the split ring to keep small parts from being lost.
  • Page 27 Maintenance and Service Main Circuit Board Replacement Removing the plastic housing: Remove the screws that secure the housing parts together. Unplug the membrane for the alternative up/down switches located on the unit, as well as the SWL key membrane, if applicable (see Fig. 36 step 3 for location). Unscrew with Torx T20 Fig.
  • Page 28 Maintenance and Service Main Circuit Board Replacement Removing the circuit board: Unplug the main circuit board connector and two wires (orange/red-white) going to the emergency switch. Unplug the battery wire harness (orange/red-white), as well as the handset connector extension. Remove all three bolts and take away the circuit board. Remove bolts with 8 mm socket (5/16”) Fig.
  • Page 29 Maintenance and Service Main Circuit Board Replacement Installing the new circuit board: Make sure that the plastic insert switch as well as the circuit support are placed between the new circuit and the frame. Replace the bolts. Reconnect the battery wire harness (orange/red-white) to the emergency switch, as well as the handset connector extension to the new circuit board.
  • Page 30 Maintenance and Service Reinstalling the top plastic housing: Plug the membrane for the alternative up/down switches located on the unit, as well as the SWL key membrane, if applicable (see Fig. 36 step 3 for location). Reposition the handset extension cable socket in its slot on the plastic housing. Reinstall the screws that secure the plastic housing parts together.
  • Page 31 Maintenance and Service Main Circuit Board Replacement Final steps: Slide the clevis pin into the spreader bar connector and the looped end of the strap. Install the split ring on the clevis pin. Reinstall the handset (see Fig. 19). Replace the batteries (see Fig. 5) and side panels (see Fig. 6). The unit can now be turned back on by pushing upwards on the plastic insert switch.
  • Page 32: High Limit Switch Replacement

    Maintenance and Service High Limit Switch Replacement Accessing the limit switch: Turn unit off and follow the initial steps found in Fig. 7 to disconnect the spreader bar, and Fig. 8 to remove the batteries and the handset. Remove the screws that secure the top plastic housing. Unplug the membrane for the alternative up/down switches located on the unit, as well as the SWL key membrane, if applicable (see Fig.
  • Page 33 Maintenance and Service High Limit Switch Replacement Removing the limit switch: Select the two high limit wires from the main circuit harness (both are blue) and with a extractor tool, disconnect them from main circuit connector. Remove the strap inlet. Remove the lateral (left/right) motor.
  • Page 34 Maintenance and Service High Limit Switch Replacement Reinstalling the high limit switch: Reinsert the high limit switch wires into the main circuit harness, passing them first through the opening in the frame. Fasten the high limit switch to the frame and reinstall the limit switch plate. To verify that the switch is operating correctly, push down on the strap between the roller and the switch plate.
  • Page 35 Maintenance and Service High Limit Switch Replacement Installing the strap inlet: Replace the screws that attach the strap inlet to the frame. Be sure to snap the battery wires into the clips located underneath the strap inlet. Install screws with a Torx T20 screwdriver Fig.
  • Page 36 Maintenance and Service High Limit Switch Replacement Reinstalling the top plastic housing: Plug in the main circuit connector Plug the membrane for the alternative up/down switches located on the unit, as well as the SWL key membrane, if applicable (see Fig. 36 step 3 for location). Replace the top plastic cover and secure it with the plastic screws.
  • Page 37: Horizontal Motor Replacement

    Maintenance and Service Horizontal Motor Replacement Accessing the motor: Turn unit off and follow the steps explained in Fig. 7, and Fig. 8. Remove the screws that secure the top plastic housing. Unplug the membrane for the alternative up/down switches located on the unit, as well as the SWL key membrane, if applicable (see Fig.
  • Page 38 Maintenance and Service Horizontal Motor Replacement Removing the motor: Remove the two screws located in the corners of the motor support. Use a 8 mm wrench as a lever to push out the gear from the motor shaft. Remove the three screws from the motor support plate. Change out the motor. Retract Remove using a gear with an...
  • Page 39 Maintenance and Service Horizontal Motor Replacement Reinstalling the new motor: Replace the three screws that secure the motor to the motor support plate. Replace the gear fully on the motor shaft. Install and tighten the two screws located in the corners of the motor support. Reinstall the top plastic cover (see Fig.
  • Page 40: Safe Working Load (swl) Key Installation

    Maintenance and Service Safe Working Load (SWL) Key Installation Applying the label: Turn unit off and follow the steps found in Fig. 7, Fig. 8 and Fig. 9. With a screwdriver, pierce the SWL label already applied on the ceiling lift main shell. Thread the connector through the hole.
  • Page 41 Maintenance and Service Safe Working Load (SWL) Key Installation Connecting the Safe Working Load key: Plug in the membrane for the alternative up/down switches located on the unit. Plug in the connector for the SWL key. Fig. 36...
  • Page 42 Maintenance and Service Safe Working Load (SWL) Key Installation Final steps: Reposition the handset extension cable socket within its slot on the plastic housing. Reconnect the handset jack back into its socket on the unit’s plastic housing (see Fig. 13). Replace the top plastic cover and secure it with the plastic screws.
  • Page 43: Care And Maintenance

    WARNING: Safety related maintenance and authorized service must be carried out by qualified personnel, fully trained in servicing procedures by BHM Medical, and equipped with proper tools. Failure to meet these requirements could result in personal injuries and/or unsafe equipment.
  • Page 44: Inspections By An Authorized Service Technician

    Care and Maintenance FREQUENCY Every four Every Inspections for lift Every two months or year or Every two cassette and track Before months or 1000 2500 years or system (cont.) Initially every use 500 cycles cycles cycles 5000 cycles Clean the rail and the clip-on charging station contacts.
  • Page 45 (ceiling brackets, wall post, wall brackets) have not been displaced. Inspect track end stoppers. Required SWL (safe working load) test for tracks NOTE: If the product does not work as intended, immediately contact your local BHM Medical representative for support.
  • Page 46: Cleaning

    2 months as Battery Replacement follows: BHM Medical uses sealed lead-acid batteries in the 1) Completely unwind the strap. Voyager Duo ceiling lifts. BHM Medical batteries do 2) Look for any signs of wear or discoloration (see not have any memory effect.
  • Page 47: Verification Of The Charger's Power Source

    Care and Maintenance Maintenance Requirements CAUTION: Do not attempt to use a battery The Voyager Duo is equipped with an electronic that was not supplied by BHM Medical. monitor that causes a red light to flash when a BHM Medical batteries specially maintenance inspection is necessary.
  • Page 48: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting WARNING: Only a qualified technician is authorized to open the Voyager Duo ceiling lift cassette. Alterations made to the Voyager Duo ceiling lift cassette by someone other than a certified technician may cause serious injury. PROBLEM TO CHECK The red “service” light is on and •...
  • Page 49 • If, after testing all of the above, the ceiling lift will not operate, contact BHM Medical’s customer services department. When you press the button to return • Verify that the contact blades of the cassette are intact and making a the ceiling lift to its charger (four- good contact with the clip on charging station.
  • Page 50: Labels On The Lift

    Labels on the Lift 1) Maximum capacity/Service telephone number 2) Date of manufacture, serial number, product code and manufacturer identification 3) Product name 4) Travel direction indicators 5) Emergency lowering system access identification 6) Emergency stop identification 7) Charger information Fig.
  • Page 51: Technical Specifications

    Technical Specifications PRODUCT INFORMATION VOYAGER DUO Weight, complete (Four-function model) 12.7 kg (28 lb) Weight, complete (Two-function model) 11.4 kg (25 lb) Lifting capacity 100 kg (220 lb) or 200 kg (440 lb) Strap length 2300 mm (90.6 in) Lifting speed 6.0 cm/s (2.4 in/s) without load 3.5 cm/s (1.4 in/s) at 200 kg (440 lb) Maximum stroke (from ceiling)
  • Page 52 Cardboard recycleable The lift Separated and recycled, according to the European Directive 2002/96/EG (WEEE). BHM Medical resident Handling products meet the requirements of Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) as stated in clause 12.5 of Annex 1 of the Medical Devices Directive 93/42/EEC.
  • Page 53: Lift Dimensions

    Technical Specifications Lift Dimensions Fig. 41...
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