Cavitron JET Plus Ultrasonic Scaler and Air Polishing System
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE
Illuminates when the Main Power On/Off switch is
in the "ON" (l) position.
Illuminates when the ultrasonic power level control knob is positioned
in the Blue Zone of the power scale. The Blue Zone extended low-power
range is effective for subgingival debridement and greater patient
comfort during definitive therapy.
Illuminates when the ultrasonic power level control is turned fully
counterclockwise. With an insert in the handpiece, activate the Foot Control
and lavage will occur with negligible tip movement.
Illuminates when the Boost Mode is activated by the Foot Control. To activate, fully depress Foot Control
to the second position. To deactivate Boost Mode, release Foot Control to first position.
Illuminates when the Purge function is activated. To activate Purge, remove insert from the handpiece,
press the Purge button on the Diagnostic Display and water will purge through system lines for two
minutes. For optimal efficiency, turn the Handpiece Lavage Control to maximum water flow. To
deactivate during the two minute cycle, press Purge button again or press Foot Control.
Lights when the system is not functioning properly. This display has three distinct modes:
Refer to Troubleshooting guidelines on reverse side.
Illuminates when the Foot Control battery power is approaching end of life. Replace batteries as
instructed in the Directions for Use.
POWER LEVEL CONTROL
Turn knob to select ultrasonic power level for operation. Turning the knob clockwise increases the
distance the insert tip moves (stroke) without changing the frequency; turning the knob counterclockwise
decreases the distance the insert tip moves (stroke) without changing the frequency.
Rinse mode is used during an ultrasonic scaling procedure when lavage is required to flush the procedural
area. To activate, turn Power Level Control Knob fully counterclockwise until a "click" is heard.
Provides an extended low-power range for effective subgingival debridement and greater patient comfort
during definitive therapy.
Slow blink (1 blink per second) means the system is not operating within factory specifications.
Fast blink (3 blinks per second) indicates an improper set-up.
Steady light indicates the system is overheating.