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SONOLINE G50 and G60 S

Ultrasound Systems

October 2002

Service Manual
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G50 and G60 S - Service Manual

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Solutions USA, Inc.

Disclaimer
The installation and service of equipment described herein is to be performed
by qualified personnel who are employed by Siemens or one of its affiliates or
who are otherwise authorized by Siemens or one of its affiliates to provide such
services.
Assemblers and other persons who are not employed by or otherwise directly
affiliated with or authorized by Siemens or one of its affiliates are directed to
contact one of the local offices of Siemens or one of its affiliates before attempting installation or service procedures.
Siemens reserves the right to change system specifications at any time.

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Preface
This manual provides the customer service engineer (CSE) with detailed service information for the G50 and G60 S ultrasound systems.

Warning: This manual is intended for use by trained service personnel. There are high voltages
present inside of the G50 and G60 S. Bodily harm and damage to the system may result from
untrained individuals opening the system.

Document Conventions
The following conventions are employed in this document:
Italic formatted text indicates emphasis or the titles of books and manuals:
Call the UPTIME Service Center, The ANSI Standard, The User Manual.
The names of keys located on the system keyboard are presented uppercase, bold font: CTRL, ALT, DELETE.
The names of controls, switches, and buttons located on the control panel
are presented in uppercase, bold font: SET.
Double quotes enclose chapter names and headings referenced in this
document: "Document Conventions" (page iii).
Device names are presented in uppercase: LPT1.
The names of spare parts are presented in lower case: power module,
DIMAQ-IP module, E module, and control panel.

Hazard Alerts
Alerts that notify the user and service personnel of potential hazards to the
equipment are presented in the following format:

Caution: Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can destroy the electronics contained


inside of this equipment. Don an ESD strap and observe ESD precautions when
servicing this equipment.

Alerts that notify the user and service personnel of potential hazards to the
user, the patient, or to service personnel are presented in the following format:

Warning: The G50 contains hazardous voltages that can range from 90 Vac to 264 Vac. These
voltages can cause serious injury or death. Only authorized service personnel are permitted to
remove protective covers and access the energized components of this system.

Notes
Additional information, not related to a specific sequence of steps in the procedure, is presented in the note format:
Note: The UPTIME Service Center maintains a list of the current options for this
equipment.

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Table of Contents
Preface .......................................................................................................... i-iii
Table of Contents .......................................................................................... i-v

Chapter 1: Introduction and System Requirements ........................1-1


1.0 Introduction ........................................................................................... 1-2
2.0 Performance Specifications .................................................................. 1-4
3.0 Mechanical and Electrical Specifications .............................................. 1-8

Chapter 2: System Architecture.........................................................2-1


1.0 System Architecture ............................................................................. 2-2
2.0 Component Locations .......................................................................... 2-8
3.0 System Bus Description ....................................................................... 2-15

Chapter 3: Power Distribution............................................................3-1


1.0 Power Connections .............................................................................. 3-2

Chapter 4: Removing and Replacing Spare Parts............................4-1


1.0 Introduction ........................................................................................... 4-2
2.0 Removing and Installing the Monitor .................................................... 4-3
3.0 Removing and Installing the Black and White Printer ........................... 4-10
4.0 Installing the Color Printer and the VCR ............................................... 4-14
5.0 Removing and Installing the DIMAQ-IP Module ................................... 4-24

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6.0 Removing and Installing the Control Panel ........................................... 4-28


7.0 Removing and Installing the Keyboard ................................................. 4-33
8.0 Removing and Installing the MO Drive ................................................. 4-36
9.0 Removing and Installing the Host Module ............................................ 4-41
10.0 Removing and Installing the E Module ................................................. 4-44
11.0 Removing and Installing the Power Module .......................................... 4-47
12.0 Replacing the OEM Outlet Fuse ........................................................... 4-50
13.0 Removing and Installing the Third Array Port ....................................... 4-52

Chapter 5: Installing Equipment Options......................................... 5-1


1.0 Installing the G50 DIMAQ-IP ................................................................. 5-2
2.0 Installing the G50 Third Array Port ........................................................ 5-11

Chapter 6: Troubleshooting .............................................................. 6-1


1.0 Verifying the System Operation ............................................................ 6-2
2.0 Diagnostic Messages ............................................................................ 6-3
3.0 Diagnostic Indicators ............................................................................. 6-9
4.0 Troubleshooting the DIMAQ-IP ............................................................. 6-11
5.0 Rebooting the System Software ........................................................... 6-12
6.0 Diagnostic Flow Charts ......................................................................... 6-13

Chapter 7: Installing the Version 1.2 Software Update on the G60 S7-1
1.0 Installing the Version 1.2 Software Update ........................................... 7-2

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2.0 Verifying the Operation of the Software ................................................ 7-7

Chapter 8: Software ...........................................................................8-1


1.0 Installing or Updating the System Software .......................................... 8-2
2.0 Installing or Updating the DIMAQ-IP Software ..................................... 8-7
3.0 Installing the Product Feature Keys ...................................................... 8-10
4.0 Uninstalling the Product Feature Keys ................................................. 8-14
5.0 Service Software Operation .................................................................. 8-17
6.0 Service Screens and Menus ................................................................ 8-19

Chapter 9: Planned Maintenance.......................................................9-1


1.0 Introduction ........................................................................................... 9-2
2.0 Required Tools and Documents ........................................................... 9-2
3.0 Required Materials ............................................................................... 9-2
4.0 Preparations ......................................................................................... 9-3
5.0 Cleaning the System ............................................................................ 9-3
6.0 Cleaning Subsystems ........................................................................... 9-3
7.0 Cleaning and Inspecting Transducers .................................................. 9-4
8.0 Safety Checks ...................................................................................... 9-5
9.0 System Test .......................................................................................... 9-6
10.0 Concluding the Maintenance ................................................................ 9-7

Appendix A: Installation Procedure ..................................................A-1

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1.0 Unpacking the G50 and the G60 S ....................................................... A-2


2.0 Installing the G50 or the G60 S ............................................................. A-4

Appendix B: Installation Report........................................................ B-1

Appendix C: Spare Parts ................................................................... C-1


1.0 G50 and G60 S Spare Parts ................................................................. C-2
2.0 G50 and the G60 S Common Parts Photographs ................................. C-5
3.0 G50 Spare Parts Photographs .............................................................. C-11
4.0 G60 S Spare Parts Photographs ........................................................... C-15

Appendix D: Video Formats .............................................................. D-1

Appendix E: Output Data File Structure........................................... E-1

Appendix F: Component Designations ............................................ F-1

Appendix G: Maintenance Report..................................................... G-1


Siemens Office ..............................................................................................G-4
Measurement Devices ...................................................................................G-4
Comments .....................................................................................................G-4
System Information .......................................................................................G-4
Open Issues ..................................................................................................G-5
System Status ...............................................................................................G-5
Customer Service Engineer Sign-off .............................................................G-5
Planned Maintenance Checklist ....................................................................G-6

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Appendix H: Fastener Reference.......................................................H-1

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Chapter 1 - Introduction and System Requirements

Chapter 1: Introduction and System


Requirements
This chapter provides introductory information on the G50 and G60 S.
The following topics are included in this chapter:
1.0 Introduction ...................................................................................1-2
2.0 Performance Specifications ..........................................................1-4
3.0 Mechanical and Electrical Specifications ......................................1-8

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Introduction

1.0 Introduction
This section describes the G50 and the G60 S ultrasound systems and their
respective features, specifications, and options.
These systems both provide the following features:
2D imaging in fundamental and harmonic modes
M-mode
Color Doppler Velocity mode
Power Doppler mode
Directional Doppler mode
PW spectral Doppler mode
Duplex mode
Triplex mode
MultiHertz multiple frequency imaging with three selectable transmit frequencies; resolution and speed selection for standard, penetration, and
detail

1.1 The G50


The SONOLINE G50 imaging system is a general purpose, high resolution
digital ultrasound system which uses a Microsoft Windows operating system.
This ultrasound system supports linear and convex arrays using two ports.
The G50 is an economical version of the G60 S. It supports various options, but
it cannot be upgraded to the G60 S.
Note: See "Installation Procedure" (page A-1) for instructions on unpacking,
installing, and licensing of the G50 and the G60 S.

Table 1-1 lists the features available with the G60 S that are not present on the
G50; see Table 1-2 for a comparison of the G50 and the G60 S specifications.
Table 1-1

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G60 S Features Not Present on G50

G60 S Feature

G50 Feature or Comment

MultiBeam formation in B-mode or Color

Not supported

Parallel or quad color processing

Not supported

Precision motion capture

Not supported

SynAps synthetic aperture

Not supported

Linear B-mode steering

Not supported

Color M-mode

Not supported

CINE memory with P4-2 511

Not supported

C6-2 abdominal transducer

G50 uses C5-2

P4-2 transducer

Not supported

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The current version of the G50 provides a choice of keyboard overlays in


English, German, French, Spanish, and Italian.
A third array port and the DIMAQ-IP image processor are offered as options for
the G50.
Note: The Operating Instructions [kit] for the G50 includes three documents:
Instructions for Use, System Reference, and the Transducer Reference. These
documents are available in various languages.
For information on the operation of the G50 and a detailed description of all controls, consult the Instructions for Use.

Three output devices are also available for the G50:


Black and white printer: P91W (Standard)
Color printer: CP900 (Option)
VCR (SVO 9500 or SVO 3500) with mounting kit and cables (Option)

1.2 The G60 S


The SONOLINE G60 S imaging system is a general purpose, high resolution,
digital ultrasound system which uses a Microsoft Windows operating system.
This ultrasound system supports 2D, M-mode, pulsed-wave spectral doppler,
color flow, power mode, and continuous wave doppler.
The G60 S is a medium range (M3) ultrasound system designed for a wide
variety of applications.
Note: See "Installation Procedure" (page A-1) for instructions on unpacking,
installing, and licensing of the G60 S.

See Table 1-1 for a list of the G60 S features that are not included in the G50.
See Table 1-2 for a comparison of the G50 and the G60 S specifications.
The current version of the G60 S provides a choice of keyboard overlays in
English, German, French, Spanish, and Italian.
The DIMAQ-IP (image processor) is provided as a standard component of the
G60 S.
Note: The Operating Instructions [kit] for the G60 S includes three documents:
Instructions for Use, System Reference, and the Transducer Reference. These
documents are available in various languages.
For information on the operation of the G60 S and a detailed description of all
controls, consult the Instructions for Use.

Three output devices are also available for the G60 S:


Black and white printer: P91W (Standard)
Color printer: CP900 (Option)
VCR (SVO 9500 or SVO 3500) with mounting kit and cables (Option)

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Performance Specifications

2.0 Performance Specifications


The following sections provide the performance specifications for the G50 and
G60 S.

2.1 System Specifications and Configurations


Table 1-2 lists the system specifications and configuration options for the
G60 S and the G50.
Table 1-2

System Configurations (Sheet 1 of 3)

Category

Item

G50 Specifications

Channels

Process Channels

Up to 256 process chan- Up to 768 process


nels
channels

Transducer Max. Elements

192

192

Transducer Connectors

4 (3 array and 1 CW)

A Mode

Std

Std

B Mode

Std

Std

Steer

N/A

Std

M Mode

Std

Std

PWD Mode (not on mechan- Std


ical sector)

Std

Hi-PRF

15.8 kHz

15.8 kHz

Steer

Std (L/R/C)

Std

CWD Mode(Blind)

N/A

Std

SCWD Mode

N/A

Std

CFM Mode

Std

Std

Steer

Std (L/R/C)

Std

Power Mode

Std

Std

Mc Mode

Std

Std

BcD(Triplex) Mode

Std

Std

B-mode

Single

Single | PSP

CFM (color flow mode)

Single

PSP | QSP

Synthetic Aperture

N/A

Std (C6-2)

THI

Std (C5-2)

Std (P4-2, C6-2)

B Mode

255

511

2B Mode

127

255

M Mode

15 s

15 s

D Mode

15 s

15 s

CFM Mode

255

511

Display Mode

Beamforming

CINE

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Table 1-2

Category

System Configurations (Sheet 2 of 3)

Item

G50 Specifications

G60 S Specifications

Power Mode

255

511

Mc Mode

15 s

15 s

BcD(Triplex Mode)

Std (only update mode)

Std (only update mode)

DICOM

N/A

N/A

Stress Echo

N/A

Opt

Hard Drive

Std w/ DIMAQ-IP Option Std w/ DIMAQ-IP

CINE clips

Std w/ DIMAQ-IP Option Std w/ DIMAQ-IP

Monitor

CRT

15-inch Color

15-inch Color

Video In / Out

RGB In / Out

0/2

0/2

S-Video In/Out

1/2

1/2

Composite Video (BW) In/


Out

0/1

0/1

Composite Video (color) In/


Out

1/1

1/1

Audio In/Out

1/1

1/1

Remote In/Out

0/2

0/2

P91 B/W

Std

Std

CP900

Option

Option

SVO-9500

Option

Option

SVO-3500

Option

Option

Serial Port (RS-232-C)

USB (for DIMAQ-IP Stress


Echo printer only)

1with DIMAQ-IP Opt

Ethernet (from DIMAQ-IP)

1with DIMAQ-IP Opt

640 MB MO Drive

Standard

Standard

HDD

Std w/ DIMAQ-IP Option Std w/ DIMAQ-IP

CD-RW

Std w/ DIMAQ-IP Option Std w/ DIMAQ-IP

AC Outlets

Four outlets providing 480


VA total

Standard

Standard

Control Panel

Stroke key

Yes

Yes

Full key

Yes(Stroke)

Yes(Stroke)

Track ball

1 track ball

1 track ball

LCD (Sub Control Panel)

Yes

Yes

Languages

Std 5 language overlays Std 5 language overlays


(English, German,
(English, German,
French, Spanish, Italian) French, Spanish, Italian)

OEM Output Devices

Communication Port

Storage Media

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System Configurations (Sheet 3 of 3)

Category

Item

G50 Specifications

G60 S Specifications

Physio Input

ECG

N/A

Std

ECG DC In

Opt

Opt

Opt

Opt

Foot SW

2.2 Supported Transducer Specifications


Table 1-3 lists the specifications for the transducers supported by the G50 or by
the G60 S.

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Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

EC9-4

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VF13-5

Yes

Yes

P4-2

CW2

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

EV9-4(SPAT)

Transducer

Yes

Yes

G60 S Compatible

C6-2(SPAT)

G50 Compatible

C5-2 (128 Ch)

Type

Pencil CW

PA

C (Endo-C)

C (Endo-V)

Manufacturer
STI

MCI

STI/SMS

MCI

MCI

STI

MCI

MCI

MCI

64

192

192

192

128

192

192

128

Elements

Supported Transducers

10

13

55

55

Radius

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2.1 / 2.5 / 3.0

8.0 / 10 / 12

6.5 / 7.5 / 10

5.0 / 7.5 / 10

4.2 / 6.5 / 9.0

4.2 / 6.5 / 8.0

2.8 / 3.5 / 5.0

2.6 / 3.5 / 5.0

2D Fundamental

Table 1-3

2D Tissue Harmonic Imaging


(Receive Frequencies)
3.2 T / 3.6 T

4.2 T / 5.2 T

4.4 T / 5.0 T

Color, PW, CW Doppler


2.0

2.1 / 2.6

7.0

5.2 / 7.0

5.2 / 7.0

5.2 / 7.0

5.2 / 7.0

2.6 / 3.5

2.6 / 3.5

2D Steering
6

12

Doppler Steering
6

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3.0 Mechanical and Electrical Specifications


This section provides the mechanical and electrical specifications for the G50
and the G60 S.

3.1 Mechanical Specifications


This section lists the dimensions and weight of the G50 and the G60 S.

3.1.1 Dimensions
Table 1-4 lists the dimensions of the G50 and the G60 S system.
Table 1-4

G60 S Dimensions

Dimension

Value

Width

510 mm

(20.1 inches)

Depth

798 mm

(31.4 inches)

Height

1422 mm

(55.98 inches)

3.1.2 Weight
Without peripherals (OEMs) installed, the G50 and the G60 S weigh 130 kg
(287 lb).

Warning: The G50 and the G60 S weighs 130 kg (287 lb) and represents a lifting hazard;
attempting to lift this system manually can cause serious injury. Instructions for lifting the G50
and the G60 S, when enclosed in its shipping container, are provided on the container. Once
un-boxed from the shipping container, the system is not designed for lifting; transport it on its
casters.

3.2 Operating and Storage Environments


This section defines the environmental conditions under which the G50 and the
G60 S can operate.

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Caution: Excessive temperature, humidity, vibration and other environmental


parameters can affect the operation and reliability of the G50 and the G60 S. Do
not attempt to operate this system in extreme environments. Refer to the environmental specifications provided.

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3.2.1 Temperature Specifications


The G50 and the G60 S can be operated in the environment listed in Table 1-5.
Caution: The G50 and the G60 S and the installed peripherals (OEMs) contain
cooling fans that are required to maintain the equipment at acceptable operating
temperatures. Over-temperature conditions can impair the accuracy of the system and damage its components. Do not attempt to operate the G50, the G60 S,
or the installed peripherals if any fan becomes inoperable.

See "Diagnostic Indicators" (page 6-9): LED 8 illuminates when the temperature
in the E module exceeds the over-temperature limit of 80 C (176 F). Consult
the Instructions for Use for information on the warning message displayed when
operating temperatures are exceeded.
Table 1-5

Temperature Specifications

Specification

Value
(a)

System Operating Temperature

10 C to 40 C

(50 F to 104 F)

System Transport Temperature

-10 C to 55 C

(14 F to 131 F)

Array Transducer Operating Temperature

10 C to 40 C

(50 F to 104 F)

Array Transducer Transport Temperature

-10 C to 60 C

(14 F to 140 F)

Mechanical Sector Transducer Operating Temperature

20 C to 40 C

(68 F to 104 F)

Mechanical Sector Transducer Transport Temperature

-5 C to 50 C

(23 F to 122 F)

Pencil CW Transducer Operating Temperature

10 C to 40 C

(50 F to 104 F)

Pencil CW Transducer Transport Temperature

-10 C to 60 C

(14 F to 140 F)

(a)

Operation of the MO drive is guaranteed to 35

C (95 F)

3.2.2 Humidity Specifications


The G50 and the G60 S are designed to operate in an environment that can
experience humidity conditions ranging from 30% to 85% relative humidity,
non-condensing. During storage and transport, the G50 and the G60 S can
withstand from 0% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing.

3.2.3 Altitude
The G50 and the G60 S design can operate at altitudes from 1060 hPa (-400 m
or -1312 feet) to 700 hPa (3050 m or 10,000 feet).

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3.3 Power Specifications


The G50 and the G60 S can be provided in the three power supply
configurations listed in Table 1-6. See Figure 3-2 for internal voltages and
connections.

Warning: The G50 and the G60 S contain hazardous voltages that can range from 90 Vac to
264 Vac. These voltages can cause serious injury or death. Only authorized service personnel
are permitted to remove protective covers and access the energized components of this system.
Table 1-6

Voltage Supply Specifications

Nominal Voltage
Supply
Specification

Acceptable Voltage Supply


Range

Supply Frequency
Specification

100 Vac

90.0 Vac to 110.0 Vac

50 Hz or 60 Hz

115 Vac

97.75 Vac to 132.25 Vac

50 Hz or 60 Hz

195.5 Vac to 264.5 Vac

50 Hz or 60 Hz

(a)

230 Vac
(a)

The 230 V rated system and OEM peripherals will operate properly with a supply of 195.5 Vac to
264.5 Vac and 47 Hz to 63 Hz. 250 Vac rated components can be employed with this configuration.

Note: The voltage supply for a specific G50 or G60 S is fixed and cannot be
changed.

Table 1-7 lists the power demand of the G50 and the G60 S system.
Table 1-7

Power Supply Specifications

Device

Demand Specification(a)

100 Vac System

1050 VA demand at nominal operating voltage

115 Vac System

1050 VA demand at nominal operating voltage

230 Vac System

1050 VA demand at nominal operating voltage

(a)

The VA values provided in this table includes the 480 VA consumed by the system outlets.

Note: The system outlets are capable of supplying a total of 480 VA; this 480 VA
is included in the total demand specification listed in Table 1-7.

Table 1-8 presents the fuse ratings for the three versions of the G50 and the
G60 S.
Table 1-8

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Fuse Ratings

Nominal System Voltage Rating

Fuses Required

Part Number

100 Vac

6.3 A, 250V, slow blow (2 fuses)

07478774

115 Vac

6.3 A, 250V, slow blow (2 fuses)

07478774

230 Vac

4.0 A, 250V, slow blow (2 fuses)

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Warning: Installation of incorrect fuses in the G50 or the G60 S can cause equipment damage,
fire, serious injury, or death. Replace fuses only with the same current value and fuse type supplied by the factory and listed in Table 1-8. See "Spare Parts" (page C-1). See "Replacing the
OEM Outlet Fuse" (page 4-50) for the fuse replacement procedure.

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Chapter 2: System Architecture


This chapter provides information on the architecture of the G50 and G60 S.
The following topics are included in this chapter:
1.0 System Architecture ......................................................................2-2
2.0 Component Locations ...................................................................2-8
3.0 System Bus Description ................................................................2-15

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System Architecture

1.0 System Architecture


This section presents general information on the G50 and the G60 S
components and subsystems. See "Component Locations" (page 2-8) for
photographs of the major subsystems; see "Spare Parts" (page C-1) a list of
the system spare parts. Figure 3-1 shows the system interconnections.

1.1 Monitor
The G50 and the G60 S includes the 15 inch, SVGA color monitor with
800 x 600 resolution shown in Figure 2-1.
Operating at 60 Hz to 75 Hz refresh frequency, this non-interlaced monitor
incorporates a microphone and four speakers for use with spectral Doppler.
One midrange tweeter is located on each side of the monitor, and one bass
speaker, directed downwards, is mounted on each side of the monitor.
The monitor controls include degauss, brightness, contrast, and test buttons;
no user-serviceable adjustments are located inside of the monitor.
The monitor weighs approximately 18 kg (40 lb).

Warning: The weight of the monitor represents a lifting hazard. Attempting to lift this monitor
without assistance can cause serious injury. Lift this monitor with mechanical lifting aids or use
two people to lift the monitor.

1.2 Control Panel


The control panel shown in Figure 2-4 includes the upper and lower
components, the keyboard, and the controller. It communicates with the host
module via RS-422.

1.3 Power Module


The power supply shown in Figure 2-10 includes several subsystems. The A05
line filter provides filtered alternating current (100 Vac, 115 Vac, or 230 Vac) to
the A06 transformer; the transformer produces 115 Vac for the A03 switching
regulator.
Note: The input voltage rating for a specific G50 or G60 S system cannot be modified in the field.

"Power Distribution" (page 3-1) contains Figure 3-1 and Figure 3-2 showing
interconnect diagrams of the major spare parts and the supplied voltages.
The A03 switching regulator provides power to all of the included subsystems
of the G50 and the G60 S. The switching regulator provides AC power directly
to the monitor and connected OEMs via the A07-1 outlet distributor.

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The A03 switching regulator provides DC power to the A07 power distribution
board, which supplies DC power to the A07-1 outlet distributor, host module,
E module, and DIMAQ-IP module. The A07 power distribution board contains
DC power LEDs for troubleshooting.
The A07-1 outlet distributor provides DC power to the control panel controller,
MO disk drive and fan, and the E module fans. The A07-1 contains two fuses
for the four OEM AC outlets, and test points to monitor DC power from the A07
power distribution board.

1.4 Host Module


The host module shown in Figure 2-11 contains the computer CPU and
operating system that controls the G50 and the G60 S. It includes the system
video and bus controllers. Windows CE operates from the SDRAM located on
the host module.
The host module contains the following subsystems:
A70 DVSC: Digital Video/System Control
The A70 DVSC includes the following:
Microsoft Windows CE Operating System
162MHz CPU
64MB SDRAM
32MB Flash Memory (Boot ROM)
Power Manager (Shutdown controller)
Operator Interface (Control Panel Controller SS-bus)
CBOX Interface (E-Module controller FS-bus)
Video Ram (SVGA, Progressive, Interlaced)
SCSI Controller (MO Drive)
USB Controller (External USB Printer)
LAN Link (DIMAQ-IP network connection pass-through)
I/O Control (B/W Print VCP / Foot Switch
Serial I/O Control (RS-232C-VCR, Laser Print, PC)
Video Frequency Control (RGB LUT)
Video Ram (SVGA, Progressive / Interlaced PAL / EIA)
A70-2 PPCL: Parallel PC Link
Installation of the DIMAQ-IP requires the presence of the A70-2 PPCL
board; it is standard for the G60 S, but is only included in the G50 when the
DIMAQ option is installed. The PPCL uses the FS bus to provide a control
link between the host module and the DIMAQ-IP.

A70-1 SYFX: System Flash Annex


This daughter board supplies an additional 32 MB of flash memory.

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A72 RPVM: Raster Processor/Video Manager


The A72 RPVM provides the video, audio, and control interface to all of the
OEMs, the monitor, the DIMAQ-IP module, and the A70 DVSC. It contains
the following inputs and outputs:
Encoded S-VHS (out)
Encoded composite (out)
Decoded S-VHS (in)
Decoded composite (in)
RGB (out)

1.5 E Module
The E module shown in Figure 2-12 contains the ultrasound imaging circuit
boards.
Note: The E module employed by the G50 and the G60 S support differing capabilities.

Table 2-9 lists the E module components of the G50 and the G60 S.
"Component Designations" (page F-1) identifies the component acronyms.
Table 2-9

E Module Component Comparison

G50

G60 S

A25 MFIL

A25 MFIL

A36 PSEL

A36 PSEL

A36-1 XSEL

A36-1 XSEL

A36-2 A3RD (optional third port) A36-2 A3RD

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A40 PAMP

A40 PAMP

A40-1 CWRX

A40-3 RX32

A42 TXBF

A42 TXBF

A44 STRX

A46 RXBFA

A46 RXBFB

A46 RXBFB

A48 BWPP

A48 BWPP

A50 SUB

A50 SUB

A51 CMEM

A51 CMEM

A56 CFPR

A56 CFPR

A56-1 DPPR

A56-1 DPPR

A66 DTPS

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The complete E module is a spare part; the individual component boards discussed
below cannot be replaced individually.
Note: Do not break the seal on the E module; doing so can invalidate equipment
warranty.

The A25 MFIL (Mother Filter) filters the incoming +3 Vdc supply received from the
A07 power distribution PCB.
The A36 PSEL (Probe Select) receives echo data from either the A36-1 XSEL
(Transducer Select) PCB or the A36-2 A3RD (Array Third) PCB. Onboard functions
include transmit power fault detection and 192 element to 64 channel high voltage
multiplexing (HV/MUX). HV/MUX control and the transmit pulses are received from
the A42 TXBF (Transmit Beamformer) PCB The multiplexed echo signal is sent to the
A40 PAMP (Preamplifier) PCB.
The A36-1 XSEL (Transducer Select) is used with array transducers only, and has
two array sector ports physically attached. This PCB is only used to attach
transducers to the A36 PSEL (Probe Select) PCB.
The A36-2 A3RD, Array Third PCB, is an array port that is installed on systems that
require the ability to use specialized transducers. This PCB is standard equipment on
the G60 S and optional equipment on the G50. These systems can include 3D, multiplane transesophageal, and bi-plane endocavity transducers. This PCB receives
commands from the A66 DTPS (Data Transfer/Power Supply) PCB via an SS-bus.
Onboard functions include motor control for specialized transducers, and transducer
thermal sensing. The received echo signal is sent to the A36 PSEL (Probe Select)
PCB for processing, and thermal sensing signals are sent to the A50 SUBC
(Subcontroller).
The A40 PAMP (Preamplifier) receives 64 channels of echo data sent from the A36
PSEL (Probe Select) PCB. The primary function of this PCB is to receive foldover
using a 64 channel to 32 or 64 channel cross-point switching circuit. The output echo
signal is sent to both the A46 RXBF-A and B (Receive Beamformer) PCBs. Steered
CW (SCW) transducer signals are sent to the A44 STRX (Steerable CW Receive/
Transmit) PCB.
The A40-1 CWRX (CW Receive) is present on systems that require CW transducers
and is standard equipment for the G60 S. This PCB directs transmit and receive
signals from the CW probe to the A44 STRX (Steerable CW Receive/Transmit) PCB.
This PCB is a daughter card to the A40 PAMP (Preamplifier).
The A40-3 RX32 (Receive 32) is not installed on the systems that require 64 transmit
and 64 receive channels (RX64). The G50 employs the RX32 while the G60 S
employs the RX64. This PCB is a daughter board to the A40 PAMP (Preamplifier).
The primary function of this PCB is receive foldover using a 64 channel to 32 channel
cross-point switching circuit. This PCB works in conjunction with the A40 PAMP
(Preamplifier) PCB. The output echo signal is sent to the A46 RXBF-2 (Receive
Beamformer) PCB only.
The A42 TXBF (Transmit beamformer) provides HV/MUX control, high voltage fault
detection control and transducer transmit pulses for the A36 PSEL (Probe Select)
PCB.

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The A44 STRX (Steered CW Receive/Transmit) is included in systems that have


steered CW or CW capability. It supports the full cardiac function and is standard
equipment for the G60 S. This circuit generates CW transmit pulse and process CW
echo signals. Transmit pulses are sent to the A36 PSEL (Probe Select) PCB for SCW
transducers or to the A40-1 CWRX (CW Receive/Transmit) PCB for CW transducers.
The received process signal is sent to the A56-1 DPPR (Doppler) PCB.
The A46 RXBF (Receive Beamformer) is actually two separate PCBs: the RXBFA
PCB and the RXBFB PCB. The G60 S implements 64 channel digital processing
using the RXBFA; the G50 implements 64 channel fold-over processing using the
A40-3 RX32 in place of the RXBFA. The RXBFA is standard equipment for the G60 S
only, while the RXBFB is standard for both the G50 and G60 S. Both PCBs perform
analog-to-digital conversion and receive-zone blending on the received echo signal.
The A46 RXBF-A also has a signal detection circuit which determines channel
sequencing between the two PCBs. Depending upon the imaging mode, the zone
blended signal may be sent to the A51 CMEM (CINE Memory) PCB, the A56-1 DPPR
(Doppler) PCB, and the A48 BWPP (Black/White Parallel Processing) PCB.
The A48 BWPP (Black/White Parallel Processing) is standard equipment for both the
G50 and the G60 S. It receives either a digital beamformed B-mode or M-mode
signal from the A46 RXBF (Receive Beamformer) PCBs, or an unprocessed analog
B/M-mode echo signal from the A31 MXP (Mechanical Sector Processor) PCB. The
signal arriving from the A31 MXP is converted from analog to echo and then
processed the same way as the signals received from the A46 RXBFs. This PCB
provides complete processing of the B/M-mode signal including scan conversion.
This PCB also sends B/M mode data to the A51 CMEM (CINE Memory) PCB.
The A50 SUBC (Sub Controller) is a daughter board of the A66 DTPS (Data Transfer/
Power Supply) PCB. This PCB provides transmit timing control, probe temperature
detection control, and internal bus control (HS-bus & CI-bus) for the E-Module.
The A51 CMEM (CINE Memory) is a daughter board to the A56 CFPR (Color Flow
Processor) PCB. This PCB is used to capture B/M/C/P-mode CINE. Processed color
and power data is received from the A56 CFPR (Color Flow Processor), and B/M
data is received from the A48 BWPP (Black/White Parallel Processing) PCB.
The A56 CFPR (Color Flow Processor) receives digitally processed echo signals
from the A46 RXBF (Receive Beamformer) PCBs. Color or power echo data is
completely processed on this PCB. Processed data is sent to the A51 CMEM (CINE
Memory) PCB, and the A66 DTPS (Data Transfer/Power Supply) PCB. This PCB
also has two daughter boards; the A51 CMEM (CINE Memory), and the A56-1 DPPR
(Doppler).
The A56-1 DPPR (Doppler) is a daughter board to the A56 CFPR (Color Flow
Processor) PCB. This PCB processes all doppler data received from either the A46
RXBF (Receive Beamformer) PCBs, the A44 STRX (Steered CW Receive/Transmit)
PCB, and the A30 ECG Module. This PCB also stores Doppler CINE data. The
processed Doppler echo trace data is sent to the A66 DTPS (Data Transfer/Power
Supply) PCB, and Doppler audio is send to the system monitor.
The A66 DTPS (Data Transfer/Power Supply) PCB receives processed rectangular
echo data from the A48 BWPP (Black/White Parallel Processing) PCB, the A56-1
DPPR (Doppler) PCB and the A56 CFPR (Color Flow Processing) PCB. This PCB
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host module via the FS-bus. This PCB also provides E-module UP-bus and SI-bus
control as well as power supply filtering and regulation. Regulated power forms are
+BV, HV+155V, HV-37V, +/-90V.

1.6 ECG
The ECG module implements stress echo and echocardiogram ultrasound exams.
The ECG output signal is directed through the A56-1 DPPR (Doppler) PCB for
processing. This module is standard equipment for the G60 S, but not for the G50.

1.7 DIMAQ-IP
The DIMAQ-IP shown in Figure 2-1 is a Pentium III based post-processing unit that
employs the Windows 2000 operating system. The DIMAQ-IP acquires and stores
images (NTSC and PAL) for image and clip store, review, archive, print, and postprocessing applications. It support supports cine clips functions and other software
options such as Stress Echo.
Images travel to and from the host module to the DIMAQ-IP as 16-bit color in YBR
422 format over a 800 Mbit per second serial cable. Keyboard, trackball, and
messaging controls travel to and from the host module over a dedicated internal
Ethernet connection. Depending upon the application requirements, the DIMAQ-IP
can send images back to the host module over the serial cable, or send them to the
monitor through a software controlled switch.
The DIMAQ-IP software contains an application interface layer (API). Because this
API operates between the applications (such as Stress-echo, etc.) and the system
software, it is possible to upgrade or replace the DIMAQ-IP software or the system
software individually.

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The DIMAQ-IP module contains a hard disk drive (HDD), a writable compact disc
(CD-R/W), universal serial bus (USB) ports, and external Ethernet ports. The USB
port supports only the Stress-Echo report printing applications; it cannot be used for
any other application. The external Ethernet port is inactive and is reserved for
future applications.
Host Module

DIMAQ-IP
(Standard on G60 S; Option on G50

S HostX/XS
Box
G 60
Omina

DIMAQ-IP
IPPC

Display

Output
SVGA
VGA
Output
DAC
TBCC
(FPGA)

SDRC
ASIC

LUT

RGB

PPCL
PCB

(Serial Cable)

SPCL PCB
(PCI Bus
Card)

System
Memory

Keyboard
Control Panel
HDD

Local
+ Ethernet
USB
Ethernet
USB

Figure 2-1

Ethernet

CDR/W

Host Module and DIMAQ-IP Circuits

2.0 Component Locations


Photographs in this section show the location of the major components of the G60 S
system. The actual location of components and modules does not vary between the
G50 and the G60 S.
Some visible differences exist between the G50 and the G60 S components.
Photographic comparisons of those G50 components that differ in appearance are
provided where relevant.
Spare part numbers for the two systems are different, though many of the visible
differences between the G50 and the G60 S are just differences of color; see
Figure 2-4 and Figure 2-5. Spare parts are listed in "Spare Parts" (page C-1).
For a complete listing of all major components, see "Component Designations"
(page F-1). For a listing of the system spare parts, see "Spare Parts" (page C-1).

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Figure 2-1 presents a front and rear view of the G60 S system.

Figure 2-1

G60 S Front and Rear View

Figure 2-2 provides a view of the right sides of the G60 S (left photo) and the
G50 (right photo).

Figure 2-2

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Figure 2-3 shows the difference between the casters of the G50 (left photo)
and the G60 S (right photo).

Figure 2-3

G50 Casters (Left) and the G60 S Casters (Right)

Figure 2-4 contains a detailed view of the control panel and keyboard of the
G60 S.

Sub Control Panel, Upper

Main Control Panel, Lower

Keyboard

Figure 2-4

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Figure 2-5 shows the G50 keyboard.

Figure 2-5

G50 Keyboard and Control Panel

Figure 2-6 shows the location of the indicator LEDs discussed in "Diagnostic
Indicators" (page 6-9). The location of these LEDs is identical for the G50 and the
G60 S.

Figure 2-6

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Figure 2-7 shows the location of the G60 S air filter; cleaning of this filter is
described in "Cleaning Subsystems" (page 9-3). The arrow indicates the
removal of the filter cover.

Figure 2-7

Air Filter (Arrow Indicates Removal)

Figure 2-8 indicates the location of the G60 S interface panel and the OEM
bay.

Interface Panel

OEM Bay

Figure 2-8

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Figure 2-9 shows the location of the line filter on the G60 S.

Line Filter

Figure 2-9

Line Filter (A05)

Figure 2-10 indicates the G60 S power module and its subsystems.

Figure 2-10

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The host module and its location on the G60 S are shown in Figure 2-11.

Figure 2-11

Host Module

Figure 2-12 presents a view of the E module of the G60 S. Figure 2-13 shows
the E module of the G50; the optional third port is not installed.

Figure 2-12

E Module of the G60 S Without Covers

Figure 2-13

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3.0 System Bus Description


Table 2-10, Bus Summary, on page 2-16 summarizes the communication
buses located in the G50 and the G60 S.

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RD
WT
RD
WT

SI-bus (B)
E Module
System Information Bus (B)

P-bus
Host Microprocessor Bus

Host Module to E Module

Host Module to DIMAQ-IP


Module

E Module: Third array port

E Module to ECG Module

Host Module to Sub Control Panel (LCD Display)

E Module (Mechanical
Sector)

FS-bus (C)

FS-bus (P)

SS-Bus (A)

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SS-Bus (L)

SS-Bus (M)

(HW)

RD
WT

RD (HW)
WT

Control data (RS-422), angle information, and TX trigger tim- RD (HW)


ing for 3D mechanical sector
WT

Control data (P-bus) for LCD display

Control data (P-bus) and ECG trigger signal

Control data (P-bus), angle information, and frame synchro- RD (HW)


nization timing for 3D transducer
WT

Image data, ECG trigger, angle information, and DIMAQ-IP


Module shutdown information

RD (HW)
WT

RD
WT

E Module

SI-bus
System Information Bus

Image data, trace data, ECG trigger, angle information, and


P-bus

(HW)

E Module

HS-bus
Hardware Signal Bus

E Module

(HW)

E Module

Direction

CI-bus
Control Index Bus

Transfer

Location

Bus Summary

Bus Title

Table 2-10

12 Mbps
12 Mbps

2 Mbps
2 Mbps

12 Mbps
12 Mbps

12 Mbps
12 Mbps

400 Mbps
400 Mbps

800 Mbps
400 Mbps

64 Mbps
64 Mbps

12 Mbps
12 Mbps

12 Mbps
12 Mbps

80 Mbps

10 Mbps

Speed

01-bit
01-bit

01-bit
01-bit

01-bit
01-bit

01-bit
01-bit

01-bit
01-bit

02-bit
01-bit

46-bit
46-bit

12-bit
12-bit

12-bit
12-bit

15-bit

01-bit

Bits

System Bus Description

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Chapter 3: Power Distribution


This chapter provides information on the power distribution of the G50 and the
G60 S.
The following topics are included in this chapter:
1.0 Power Connections .......................................................................3-2

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1.0 Power Connections


This section identifies system components and indicates how these
components are electrically interconnected.

Warning: The G50 and the G60 S are electrically isolated to protect the patient and operator
from shock hazards. Defeating the electrical isolation can cause serious injury or death. All
peripheral devices attached to the G50 or the G60 S must comply to IEC 60601-1 and must be
powered from the auxiliary outlets of the respective ultrasound system. Communications or signal circuits of the G50 or the G60 S that are connected to devices that are not powered from the
onboard outlets must be optically isolated from the unprotected device, to maintain the electrical isolation of the G50 or the G60 S respectively.

Figure 3-1 employs the PC board designations (A03, A05, etc.) and acronyms
(SWRG, LNF, etc.) defined in Table 3-1. The descriptions from which the
acronyms are derived appear in column four of Table 3-1. See Figure 3-2 for
voltage connections. See "Power Module" (page 2-2) for a discussion of the
power module operation.

Warning: The G50 and the G60 S contain hazardous voltages that can range from 90 Vac to
264 Vac. These voltages can cause serious injury or death. Only authorized service personnel
are permitted to remove protective covers and access the energized components of this system.
Note: For information on the bus circuits shown in Figure 3-1, see "System Bus
Description" (page 2-15). For additional information on component designations
and acronyms see "Component Designations" (page F-1).
Table 3-1

Component Designations

Spare Part or Location

Designation

Acronym

Name

Power Module

A03

SWRG

Switching Regulator

A05

LNF

Line Filter

A07-1

XDST

Extend Distributor

A08-1

FUSE

A10

OPCT

Operator Controller

A10-1

MANP

Main Panel

A10-2

SUBP

Sub Panel

A10-3

SKBD

Slide Keyboard

Control Panel

E Module
Host Module
DIMAQ-IP Module

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Warning: Installation of incorrect fuses in the G50 or the G60 S can cause equipment damage,
fire, serious injury, or death. Replace fuses only with the same current value and fuse type supplied by the factory and listed in Table 1-8. See "Spare Parts" (page C-1). See "Replacing the
OEM Outlet Fuse" (page 4-50).

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Figure 3-1

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A15

Monitor
AC (115 ~ 230V)

Power

A75-0

Sound

DIMAQ IP Module

VGA

D+12V
D-12V

A10-0

Control Panel
A10

J7

OPCT

A75J12

VGA

Standby SW

VGA

IP(Link)
Ethernet
Ethernet

A10-1

A75J11
LAN (HOST)
LAN (NET)

MANP
A10-2

SUBP

A27
SCSI

A10-3

J5

D+12V
D+5V

J4

RS-422
SS-bus(L)

SKBD

MODV

D+5V

D-10V

A27-1
Fan
MO Drive Cooling

(OEM Connections)

J1010 J34
J2
J30
J35
J31
J33 J1007

RGB
RGB
S-Video
S-Video
Composit
Composit
Audio
Audio
RS-232-C
Remote
Remote

(Side panel)
Ethrnet
USB
RS-232-C
Foot SW

Host Module
A08-0
J3

Outlet
J1008

J36

A70-0

XDST
Outlet (AC)
Outlet (AC)
Outlet (AC)
Outlet (AC)

(Front Panel)

FUSE
D+24V,D+12V,D+5V
D-10V,D+3V,RC+3V

A25-0

E Module
#1_Array
#2_Array
#3_Array

A66J3
A66J4

#4_Mecha

A25J1

A08-1

J1 J5 J2

D-10V

UP(LInk)
D+24V,D+12V,D+5V
D-12V,D-10V

D-10V,D+5V,D+12V
D+24V,RC+3V,D+3V
AC (115 ~ 230V)

A66J1

#5_Pencil

A07-1

A08-2
Fan

E Module Cooling
D-10V

A08-2
Fan

UPFAN
PSWONL

D+3V

J10

Inc. power supply

A03

P1
J2

Fan

SWRG

Fan
A30-0

ECG Module
J2

AUX

J3

ECG

J1

SS-bus(E)

Power Module
A05
100V,115 V or 230 V

LNF
100V, 115V, or 230V

A07-0

Figure 3-2

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Chapter 4: Removing and Replacing


Spare Parts
This chapter provides instructions for the removal and installation of major
subsystems and components.
The following topics are included in this chapter:
1.0 Introduction ...................................................................................4-2
2.0 Removing and Installing the Monitor .............................................4-3
3.0 Removing and Installing the Black and White Printer ...................4-10
4.0 Installing the Color Printer and the VCR .......................................4-14
5.0 Removing and Installing the DIMAQ-IP Module ...........................4-24
6.0 Removing and Installing the Control Panel ...................................4-28
7.0 Removing and Installing the Keyboard .........................................4-33
8.0 Removing and Installing the MO Drive .........................................4-36
9.0 Removing and Installing the Host Module ....................................4-41
10.0 Removing and Installing the E Module .......................................4-44
11.0 Removing and Installing the Power Module ................................4-47
12.0 Replacing the OEM Outlet Fuse .................................................4-50
13.0 Removing and Installing the Third Array Port .............................4-52

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1.0 Introduction
The removal and installation (replacement) procedures included in this chapter
share several characteristics: The operating voltages and the weight of the
monitor represent specific hazards.

Warning: The G50 and the G60 S contain hazardous voltages that can range from 90 Vac to
264 Vac. These voltages can cause serious injury or death. Only authorized service personnel
are permitted to remove protective covers and access the energized components of this system.

Warning: The weight of the G50 and the G60 S (130 kg; 287 lb) and the weight of the monitor
(18 kg; 40 lb) represent lifting hazards. The use of improper lifting methods or lifting in an awkward manner can cause serious injury.
The US National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health publishes design guidelines that
indicate that items weighing greater than 15.9 kg (35 lb) must be lifted by two people or
mechanical lifting aids. Items weighing greater than 34 kg (75 lb) must be lifted only with
mechanical lifting equipment. The transport instructions for the G50 and the G60 S, when packaged in its shipping container, are provided on the container. The G50 and the G60 S, once
removed from their shipping containers, are not designed to be lifted. Transport the G50 or the
G60 S by moving them on their casters.

At the time of the initial release of the G50 and the G60 S, it is likely that the
Spare Parts Catalog (SPC) located on the intranet will not have been
completed for these ultrasound systems. For this reason, interim spare parts
lists have been included in this manual: See "Spare Parts" (page C-1).
Some procedures overlap and duplicate the description of some tasks:
"Removing the Control Panel" (page 4-28) and "Removing the Keyboard"
(page 4-33) share the steps that describe the removal of the control panel.
The installation of a spare part employs the reverse sequence provided for the
disassembly and removal procedure.

Caution: Some cables installed on the G50 or the G60 S use identical connectors. Read the label attached to the cable and verify the label at the connector,
before connecting a cable.

Warning: An over-long fastener can penetrate underlying equipment during installation, causing damage to the equipment or the shorting of energized circuits. Shorted circuits, energized
at 90 Vac to 264 Vac, represent the potential for serious injury or death to the CSE, the user, or
the patient. Penetrated equipment can malfunction and cause erroneous exam results. When
removing fasteners (screws and bolts), during the disassembly of the G50 or the G60 S, carefully store these fasteners with the related component so that the correct fastener is easily
located for reinstallation. Before reinstalling a fastener, review the procedure to verify that the
proper fastener is used: Specifications for fasteners are included in the following procedures
and warnings are provided when the installation of an incorrect fastener represents a hazard.
Fastener specifications are provided in "Fastener Reference" (page H-1).
Note: See "Fastener Reference" (page H-1) for examples of the types of fasteners employed in the G50 and the G60 S.

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2.0 Removing and Installing the Monitor


Use the procedures provided in this section to remove and to install the color
monitor on the G50 and the G60 S. Replacement of the monitor requires
approximately 15 minutes.

Warning: Lifting weights of 15.9 kg (35 lb) or greater, or lifting in an awkward position can
cause serious injury. The monitor of the weighs 18 kg (40 lb); do not attempt to lift it without
help; this monitor is a two person lift. Use two people and proper lifting methods to avoid serious muscle and back injuries.

2.1 Tools Required


The following tools are required to perform this procedure:
One number 2 Phillips screwdriver
One 0.25 inch blade screwdriver
One Allen wrench (supplied with the system)

2.2 Removing the Monitor


1. Power down the system and unplug the power cable from the outlet.

Warning: The G50 and the G60 S contains hazardous voltages that can range from 90 Vac to
264 Vac. These voltages can cause serious injury or death. Only authorized service personnel
are permitted to remove protective covers and access the energized components of this system.

2. As shown in Figure 4-3, remove the two cap screws from the top of the rear
OEM bay.
3. Remove the two screws that secure the rear upper panel and remove the
panel.
4. Remove two screws to remove the monitor post cover shown in Figure 4-4.
5. Remove two screws to remove the monitor cover shown in Figure 4-4.

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6. Remove two screws to remove the bottom cover shown in Figure 4-4.

Figure 4-3

Figure 4-4

Host Module Cover

Monitor and Post Covers

7. Disconnect the four cables shown in Figure 4-5: two control cables, 1
power cable, 1 safety ground cable.

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Warning: The improper connection of the safety ground can create a shock hazard. The G50
and the G60 S contain hazardous voltages that can range from 90 Vac to 264 Vac. These voltages can cause serious injury or death. Verify that the safety ground is attached using the correct hardware (see Figure 4-5) and that the screw is tight.

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Screws identified as CK4 X 12 in Figure 4-5 are M4 X 12 binding head with external
lock washer.
The safety ground cable is attached with an M4 X 12 screw through the lug, with an
external toothed M4 lock washer located between the lug and the chassis.

Safety Ground
Figure 4-5

Attaching the Monitor Cables

8. Use the Allen wrench to remove the two socket head cap screws and
remove the single bolt shown in the upper right corner of Figure 4-6: Hold
the monitor securely while removing these screws.
9. Remove the monitor from the post.
10. Remove the mounting hardware from the original monitor; this hardware
will be installed on the replacement monitor.

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11. Place the original monitor in a secure location.

Figure 4-6

Monitor and Post Attachment

12. Unpack the bottom cover, the monitor cover, and items contained in the
accessories package (Figure 4-4).
13. Remove the replacement monitor from the packaging.
14. Install two M4 X 18 screws into the bottom cover shown in Figure 4-6.
15. Install two M4 X 18 screws into the monitor cover from the direction indicated at the bottom of Figure 4-6.
16. Attach the mounting hardware to the replacement monitor shown in
Figure 4-7, reusing the two hexagon socket head bolts that were removed
from the original monitor.

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Warning: The improper installation of the threaded fasteners and the mounting hardware that
support the monitor can create a potential hazard. The monitor is heavy and could cause serious injury. Always verify that the fasteners that attach the monitor are tightened securely so that
the monitor will not loosen and fall.

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17. Place the defective monitor in the packaging and prepare it for return.

Figure 4-7

Bottom View of Monitor

2.3 Installing the Monitor


1. Before mounting the replacement monitor, verify that all cables are routed
outside of the monitor post toward the rear of the G50 or the G60 S frame.

Caution: Use fasteners of the correct length to prevent damage to underlying


equipment. See "Fastener Reference" (page H-1).

2. Use the Allen wrench provided to install the fasteners as illustrated in


Figure 4-6 (top right photo): Tighten the two screws (M4 X 18) and one bolt.

Warning: The improper installation of the threaded fasteners that support the monitor can create a potential hazard. The monitor is heavy and could cause serious injury. Always verify that
the two cap screws (M4 X 18) and one bolt are tightened securely so that the monitor will not
loosen and fall.
Note: When attaching the bottom cover, ensure that the small hook (Figure 4-6)
of the monitor is lodged in the square hole of the bottom cover.

3. Attach the bottom cover to the monitor (Figure 4-6) using the two M4 X 18
screws.
4. Verify that no cables are pinched by the monitor installation (Figure 4-5).

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operator, to the CSE, and to the patient. Always verify that the safety ground is properly connected and securely fastened. Insert the M4 X 12 screw through the lug attached to the safety
ground cable, place the external tooth M4 lock washer on the screw, between the lug and the
chassis, and install the screw in the chassis.

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5. Connect safety ground cable, using one M4 X 12 binding head screw and
the external tooth lock washer: Place the lock washer between the monitor
chassis and the safety ground cable lug as shown in Figure 4-5.

Warning: The improper connection of the safety ground can create a shock hazard. The G50
and the G60 S contain hazardous voltages that can range from 90 Vac to 264 Vac. These voltages can cause serious injury or death. Verify that the safety ground is attached using the correct hardware and that the installation screw is tight.

6. Connect the power cable to the system outlet.


7. As shown in Figure 4-5, route the power cable and safety ground cable
through the smaller clamp.
8. Verify that you do not block the screw hole for the monitor cover as you
secure the smaller clamp to the speaker housing using a M4 X 12 binding
head screw with external lock washer.
9. Hold the receiving connector to prevent breakage, while connecting signal
cable B.
10. Connect signal cable A.
11. Secure the two signal cables by tightening the screws, using the blade type
screwdriver.
12. Route the signal cables through the larger clamp (Figure 4-5) and secure
the clamp to the speaker housing with a M4 X 12 binding head screw with
external lock washer.
13. Verify that the monitor turns easily without pinching any of the cables
(Figure 4-5).
14. Install the monitor cover as shown in Figure 4-8.

Figure 4-8

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15. Install the monitor post cover as shown in Figure 4-9.

Figure 4-9

Monitor Post Cover

16. Install the upper rear panel.


17. Tighten the two captive screws and install the caps.
18. Connect power to the monitor and verify that it operates properly.

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3.0 Removing and Installing the Black and White


Printer
Use the instructions contained in this section to remove and install the black
and white printer (P91W) in the G50 and the G60 S ultrasound system.
Replacement of the black and white printer requires approximately 20 minutes.

Warning: The replacement procedure described in this section involves the removal and reinstallation of threaded fasteners. The installation of over-long fasteners is some locations can
penetrate and damage the underlying equipment or short underlying circuits energized at 90
Vac to 264 Vac. The potential damage can affect equipment performance; the potential shorting
of the electrical circuits can produce shock hazards that are capable of causing serious injury
or death. Verify that threaded fasteners of the correct length are installed in the equipment.
When fasteners are removed, store them with the related components for re-installation. Refer
to this procedure to verify that only fasteners of the correct length are re-installed. Re-install
threaded fasteners slowly, and verify that they do not contact underlying equipment.

3.1 Tools Required


Use a number 2 Phillips screwdriver to perform this procedure.

3.2 Removing the Black and White Printer


Perform the following steps to remove the black and white printer (P91W) from
the G50 or the G60 S system.
1. Turn off the system and unplug the power cable from the outlet.

Warning: The G50 and the G60 S contain hazardous voltages that can range from 90 Vac to
264 Vac. These voltages can cause serious injury or death. Only authorized service personnel
are permitted to remove protective covers and access the energized components of this system.

2. Remove the two M3 X 8 binding head screws and external lock washers
from bracket F located under the front of the printer, shown in Figure 4-10,
and disconnect all of the cables from the rear of the P91W as you extract
the P91W from the OEM bay.

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3. Remove the four M3 X 8 binding head screws and external lock washers
from the mounting plate, to separate the mounting plate from the P91W.
The screws designated as CK3x8 in Figure 4-10 are M3x8 binding
head screws with external lock washers.

Figure 4-10

Printer Removal from the OEM Bay

3.3 Installing the Black and White Printer


Perform the following steps to install the black and white printer in the G50 or
the G60 S system.

Warning: Use threaded fasteners of the length cited here to avoid damaging or shorting underlying equipment.

1. Turn off the system and unplug the power cable from wall outlet.
2. Attach the mounting plate to the bottom of the P91W printer using the four
M3 X 8 binding head screws and external lock washers as shown in
Figure 4-10.
3. Set the number 1 DIP switch shown in Figure 4-11 in the On (upward) position; set the remaining switches to Off (downward).
4. Attach all of the cables shown in Figure 4-11 to the rear of the P91W as you
insert it into the OEM bay.

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5. Install, loosely, the two M3 X 8 binding head screws and external lock
washers into bracket F; place the printer in the bay and secure the printer in
place by tightening the two screws.

Figure 4-11

P91W Cable Connections and Dip Switch

3.4 Verifying the Operation of the Black and White


Printer
Use the following instructions to verify the operation of the black and white
printer.
1. Verify that the cables are connected correctly: See Figure 4-11.
2. Verify that the number 1 DIP switch is set in the On position; set the remaining switches to Off (downward).
3. Connect the power cable to the system outlet.
4. Connect a transducer to the G50 or the G60 S; this transducer will be used
to produce a printable study.
5. Turn the Main Power switch on.
6. Turn the Standby switch on.
7. Confirm that an image is displayed on the monitor.
8. Turn on the power switch of the P91W.
9. Press F4 to display the Menu screen on the monitor.
10. Select Customize Keys from the menu, using the trackball.
11. Press SET.

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12. Select the B/W Printer for Set Up for PRINT/STORE 1 and press SET.
13. Select the SAVE button.
14. Press SET.
15. Press PRINT 1 and confirm that the displayed image prints correctly on the
P91W printer.

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4.0 Installing the Color Printer and the VCR


Use the instructions provided in this section to install the color printer (CP900)
and the VCR (SVO-9500) in the G50 or the G60 S. Replacement of the color
printer or the VCR requires approximately 15 minutes.
Note: Several printer and VCR options can be installed in the G50 and the G60
S: a black and white printer, a color printer, and two types of VCR. Install these
options in the OEM bay or on top of the OEM bay, as indicated in Figure 4-12

Top of OEM
Bay

OEM Bay

Figure 4-12

OEM Bay and Top of Bay

Warning: The replacement procedure described in this section involves the removal and reinstallation of threaded fasteners. The installation of over-long fasteners is some locations can
penetrate and damage the underlying equipment or short circuits that are energized at 90 Vac
to 264 Vac. The potential damage can affect equipment performance; the potential shorting of
the electrical circuits can produce shock hazards that are capable of causing serious injury or
death. Verify that threaded fasteners of the correct length are installed in the equipment.
When fasteners are removed, store them with the related components for re-installation. Refer
to this procedure to verify that only fasteners of the correct length are re-installed. Re-install
threaded fasteners slowly, and verify that they do not contact underlying equipment.

4.1 Tools Required


Use a number 2 Phillips screwdriver to perform these procedures.

4.2 Installing the Color Printer


Use the following instructions to install the CP900 color printer in the G50 or the
G60 S.

Warning: Use threaded fasteners of the length cited here to avoid damaging or shorting underlying equipment.

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1. Turn off the system power and disconnect the power cord from the outlet.

Warning: The G50 and the G60 S contain hazardous voltages that can range from 90 Vac to
264 Vac. These voltages can cause serious injury or death. Only authorized service personnel
are permitted to remove protective covers and access the energized components of this system.

2. Loosen the two screws located at the bottom of the front cover, and pull out
the top edge of the cover as shown in Figure 4-13.
The screws designated as CK3x8 in Figure 4-13 are M3x8 binding head screws with exte
nal lock washers. The CK4x8 screws are M4x8 binding head screws with external lock
washers. The screws designated as S3x8 are M3x8 flat head screws. See "Fastener Refe
ence" (page H-1).

Figure 4-13

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M4x10 screws

Figure 4-14

Figure 4-15

Removing the Top Cover

CP900 Color Printer Connections

3. Unfasten three pairs of magic fasteners joining the front cover to the G50 or
the G60 S (Figure 4-13).

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4. Hold the bumper, and remove the front cover from the G50 or the G60 S.
5. Pry off six screw caps from the top cover, then remove six M4 X 10 flat head
screws and washers as shown in Figure 4-14: Do not remove the two sets
of screws located in the middle.
6. Pull out the top cover from the G50 or the G60 S as shown in Figure 4-14.
7. Disconnect all of the cables from the rear side of P91W as shown in
Figure 4-11.
8. Unscrew the two M3 X 8 binding head screws and external lock washers
from bracket F, then remove the P91W and its mounting plate from the
OEM bay.
9. Unscrew the four M4 X 8 binding head screws and external lock washers
that attach the OEM bay to the G50 or the G60 S.
10. Remove the OEM bay from the system.
11. Detach the plastic bag from the OEM bay, and remove the four M3 X 8 flat
head screws provided in this bag.
12. Remove the two S-type brackets and the separator from the OEM bay by
unscrewing the four M3 X 8 flat head screws that attach them.
13. Turn the CP900 upside down.
14. With the bottom of the CP900 facing upward, place the CP900 on a padded
or protected platform of 25 mm or higher.
15. Invert the OEM bay and place it over the bottom surface of the CP900.
16. Using the four M3 X 8 flat head screws removed from the plastic bag,
secure the OEM bay to the CP900 by installing the four screws through the
holes marked with the character C.
17. Return the inverted CP900 and the attached OEM bay to their original
upright position.
18. Place the OEM bay, with the CP900 attached, in its original position in the
G50 or the G60 S, but do not locate the OEM bay all the way toward the
rear; confirm that enough space remains between the CP900 and the interface panel to re-establish the cable connections between them.
19. Reinstall the mounting hardware that was initially removed from the OEM
bay.
20. Re-install the P91W, attached to its mounting plate, in the OEM bay, and reconnect the cables to the P91W.
21. At the P91W, position the number 1 dip switch in the On position.
22. Fasten the front edge of the mounting plate to the bracket F, using two M3
X 8 binding head screws with external lock washers that were removed.
23. At the CP900, set the RGB IMPEDANCE switch to the 75 _/HIGH position
and the SYNCHRONIZATION SIGNAL IMPEDANCE switch to the HIGH
position.

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24. Using the diagrams provided in Figure 4-15, connect the cables between
the rear side of the CP900 and the interface panel and between the rear
side of the P91W and the interface panel.
25. Verify that all cables are safely routed around the fan that is located at the
rear of the CP900.
26. Secure the OEM bay to the system, using the four M4 X 8 binding head
screws with external lock washers that were removed.
27. Re-install the top cover on the system.
28. Re-install the front cover on the system.

4.3 Installing the VCR


Use the following instructions to install the SVO-9500 VCR in the OEM bay of
the G50 or the G60 S.
Note: If previously installed options occupy the OEM bay, install the VCR on top
of the OEM bay as indicated in Figure 4-12.

Warning: Use threaded fasteners of the length cited here to avoid damaging or shorting underlying equipment. See "Fastener Reference" (page H-1).

1. De-energize the system.


2. Place SVO-9500 VCR upside down on a flat surface.
3. Remove four rubber feet from the bottom of the VCR.

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4. Loosen the two screws located at the bottom of the front cover, and pull out
the top edge of the cover as shown in Figure 4-16.
The screws designated as CK3x8 in Figure 4-13 are M3x8 binding head screws with exter
nal lock washers. The CK4x8 screws are M4x8 binding head screws with external lock
washers. The screws designated as S3x8 are M3x8 flat head screws. See "Fastener Refer
ence" (page H-1).

SVO 9500

Figure 4-16

Removing the Front Cover

M4x10 screws

Figure 4-17

Removing the Top Cover

5. Unfasten three pairs of magic fasteners joining the front cover and the G50
or the G60 S (Figure 4-16).

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6. Hold the bumper, and remove the entire front cover from the G50 or the
G60 S.
7. Pry off six screw caps from the top cover, then remove six M4 X 10 flat head
screws and washers as shown in Figure 4-17: Do not remove the two sets
of screws located in the middle.
8. Pull out the top cover from the system as shown in Figure 4-17.
9. Disconnect all of the cables from the rear side of P91W as shown in
Figure 4-10.
10. Unscrew the two M3 X 8 binding head screws and external lock washers
from bracket F, then remove the P91W and its mounting plate from the
OEM bay.
11. Unscrew the four M4 X 8 binding head screws and external lock washers
that attach the OEM bay to the G50 or the G60 S.
12. Remove the OEM bay from the G50 or the G60 S.
13. Detach the plastic bag from the OEM bay, and remove the four M3 X 8 flat
head screws provided in this bag.
14. Remove the two S-type brackets and the separator from the OEM bay by
unscrewing the four M3 X 8 flat head screws that attach them.
15. Turn the SVO-9500 upside down.
16. With the bottom of the SVO-9500 facing upward, place the SVO-9500 on a
padded or protected platform of 25 mm (1 inch) or higher.
17. Invert the OEM bay and place it over the bottom surface of the SVO-9500.
18. Using the four M3 X 8 flat head screws removed from the plastic bag,
secure the OEM bay to the SVO-9500 by installing the four screws through
the holes marked with the character S.
19. Return the inverted SVO-9500 and the attached OEM bay to their original
upright position.
20. Place the OEM bay, with the SVO-9500 attached, in its original position in
the G50 or the G60 S, but do not position the OEM bay all the way toward
the rear; confirm that enough space remains between the SVO-9500 and
the interface panel to re-establish cable connections between them.
21. Reinstall the mounting hardware that was initially removed from the OEM
bay.
22. Re-install the P91W, still attached to its mounting plate, in the OEM bay.
23. Fasten the front edge of the mounting plate to the bracket F, using two
M3 X 8 binding head screws with external lock washers that were removed.
24. At the SVO-9500, position the S VIDEO IN IMPEDANCE switch to 75 _/
ON.
25. Position the number 3 and the number 5 DIP switches in the On position.
26. At the P91W, position the number 1 DIP switch in the On position.

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27. Using the diagrams provided in Figure 4-18 and Figure 4-19, connect the
cables between the rear side of the SVO-9500 and the interface panel and
between the rear side of the P91W and the interface panel.
28. Secure the OEM bay to the system, using the four M4 X 8 binding head
screws with external lock washers that were removed.
29. Re-install the top cover on the G50 or the G60 S.
30. Re-install the front cover on the G50 or the G60 S.

Figure 4-18

Figure 4-19

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4.4 Confirming the Operation of the Color Printer


1. Ensure that the cables are connected correctly according to Figure 4-15.
2. Verify that the RGB IMPEDANCE switch is set to 75 _/HIGH and that the
SYNCHRONIZATION SIGNAL IMPEDANCE switch is set to HIGH.
3. Connect the system power cable to a properly grounded outlet.
4. Connect a transducer to the G50 or the G60 S.
5. Turn the power switch On.
6. Turn the Standby switch On.
7. Confirm that a B-mode image is displayed on the monitor.
8. Turn on the power switch of the CP900.
9. Press F4 to display the Menu screen on the monitor.
10. Move the trackball upward and select Customize Keys from the sub
menu.
11. Press SET.
12. Select Color Print for Set Up for PRINT/STORE 2 and press SET.
13. Select Save and press SET.
14. Press the MENU key on the CP900 remote control.
15. Select Signal Set and set the Input to RGB.
16. Press PRINT 2.
17. Confirm that the B-mode image on the monitor is printed correctly by the
CP900.

4.5 Confirming the Operation of the VCR


1. Ensure that the cables are connected correctly according to Figure 4-18.
2. Confirm that the number 3 and the number 5 DIP switches are set in the On
position.
3. Connect the system power cable to a properly grounded outlet.
4. Connect a transducer to the G50 or the G60 S.
5. Turn the power switch On.
6. Turn the Standby switch On.
7. Confirm that a B-mode image is displayed on the monitor.
8. Turn on the SVO-9500 power switch and insert a S-VHS tape into the VCR.
9. Press F4 to display the Menu screen on the monitor.
10. Move the trackball upward and select Peripheral from the sub menu.
11. Press SET.

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12. Select S-VHS for Video Input Source and press SET.
13. Select VCR for the External RS-232C Port 1 and press SET.
14. Select Save and press SET.
15. Press the D key twice to invoke 2D + pwD mode.
16. Press RECORD to record the image and sound.
17. After pressing VIDEO I/O, press REWIND on the LCD, then press PLAY to
review the image and sound just recorded.
18. Confirm that no error message is displayed on the monitor.

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5.0 Removing and Installing the DIMAQ-IP


Module
Use the instructions provided in this section to remove and install the DIMAQIP module on the G50 or the G60 S. The DIMAQ-IP module has also been
referred to as the image processor PC (IPPC). Replacement of the DIMAQ-IP
module requires approximately 15 minutes.
Note: See "Installing the G50 DIMAQ-IP" (page 5-2) for information on installing
the DIMAQ-IP option on the G50.

5.1 Tools Required


Use a short #2 Phillips head to remove and install the DIMAQ-IP module.

5.2 Removing the DIMAQ-IP Module


1. Turn off the system and unplug the power cable from wall outlet.

Warning: The G50 and the G60 S contain hazardous voltages that can range from 90 Vac to
264 Vac. These voltages can cause serious injury or death. Only authorized service personnel
are permitted to remove protective covers and access the energized components of this system.

2. Remove the screw caps and the two screws and washers from the top
edge of the rear cover.
3. Loosen two screws on the host module cover, located near the power cord
connector.
4. Remove the host module cover from G50 or the G60 S as you pull out the
top edge of the rear cover; the removal of the cover exposes the view
shown in Figure 4-20.
5. Disconnect all cables from the top surface of the host module (Figure 420).

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6. Release the cables from the cable clamp located at the upper left of the
DIMAQ-IP module.

DIMAQ-IP

Tie-wrap these cables to the adjacent panel.


Figure 4-20

DIMAQ-IP Module Installation

7. Remove the cable clamp located at the right side of the DIMAQ-IP; this
cable clamp is shown on the right side in Figure 4-20 and requires the
removal of the screw.
8. Disconnect the three cables from DIMAQ-IP module: When disconnecting
the DIMAQ-IP power cable, unscrew its cable clamp as one piece
(Figure 4-20).
9. Disconnect the remaining cables from the DIMAQ-IP module.
10. Loosen the three thumbscrews of the DIMAQ-IP module shown in
Figure 4-21, using the short number 2 Phillips screwdriver.

Caution: The close clearances around the DIMAQ-IP create the potential for
cable damage. Verify that no cable is pinched or abraded when the DIMAQ-IP is
removed.

11. Create sufficient clearance for dismounting the DIMAQ-IP module safely by
routing the cables in front of it, and to the sides of the DIMAQ-IP module.
12. Move the DIMAQ-IP module to the left and dismount it from the system.

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Thumbscrews (3)
DIMAQ-IP
LAN Host to P33
LAN Net to P30

Figure 4-21

DIMAQ-IP Module Thumbscrews

5.3 Installing the DIMAQ-IP Module


To install DIMAQ-IP module on the G60 S, perform the reverse of the
procedures described in "Removing the DIMAQ-IP Module" (page 4-24). See
"Installing the G50 DIMAQ-IP" (page 5-2) for installation instructions describing
the installation of the DIMAQ-IP option on the G50.

Caution: When installing the DIMAQ-IP module, verify that no cables are
pinched between parts or surfaces. Push the DIMAQ-IP module in slowly, verifying that no cables are pinched between the DIMAQ-IP module and the surrounding equipment.
When connecting cables between the DIMAQ-IP module and the host module,
read the connector labels carefully and confirm that the cables are attached to
the proper connector.

Caution: Use fasteners of the correct length to prevent damage to underlying


equipment. See "Fastener Reference" (page H-1).

5.4 Confirming the Operation of the DIMAQ-IP Module


1. Connect the system power cable to a properly grounded outlet.
2. Connect a transducer to the system.
3. Turn the system power switch On.
4. Turn the Standby switch On.
5. Confirm that an image is displayed on the monitor.
6. Press REVIEW.
7. Confirm that the monitor shows the DIMAQ-IP module (Digital Lab) screen.

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8. Move the trackball and confirm that the cursor moves accordingly.

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6.0 Removing and Installing the Control Panel


Use the instructions provided in this section to remove and install the control
panel on the G50 or the G60 S. Replacement of any one of the control panel
components that are classified as a spare part requires approximately 10
minutes.

6.1 Tools Required


Use a number 2 Phillips screwdriver to perform this procedure.

6.2 Removing the Control Panel


Use the following instructions to remove the control panel.

6.2.1 Removing the Rear Cover, the Host Module Cover, and the
Monitor Post Cover
1. Turn off the system and unplug the power cable from the wall outlet.

Warning: The G50 and the G60 S contain hazardous voltages that can range from 90 Vac to
264 Vac. These voltages can cause serious injury or death. Only authorized service personnel
are permitted to remove protective covers and access the energized components of this system.

2. From the rear side of the system, remove the two screws from the upper
side of the rear cover shown in Figure 4-22.
3. Pull the upper side of the rear cover carefully toward the rear of the system.
4. Remove two screws from the host module cover and remove the cover
from the host module.

Figure 4-22

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Caution: In the following steps, hardware removed from the monitor assembly
can fall into the system. Loosen the hardware then carefully remove it to prevent
it falling. If screws or washers fall into the system, do not continue until they have
been recovered.

5. Remove the monitor post cover by loosening the two screws located under
the handle shown in Figure 4-23.
6. Loosen the two screws from the sub control panel shown in Figure 4-24.

Rear Handle

Figure 4-23

Removing the Monitor Post Cover (View from Under Rear Handle)

Figure 4-24

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6.2.2 Removing the Sub Control Panel (LCD)


1. From the front side of the system, pull the sub control panel forward and
hold the sub control panel in your hand.
2. On the reverse side of the sub control panel, press the detents on both
sides of the flat-ribbon connector and disconnect the flat-ribbon cable from
the CN2 connector.
3. Remove the sub control panel from the upper G50 or the G60 S.

6.2.3 Removing the Main Control Panel


1. On the control panel, push down on the detent (Figure 4-25) that holds
each transducer retainer and remove all of the retainers; the detent is
located on the bottom-inside edge and is removed downward.

Figure 4-25

Removing a Transducer Holder

2. The screws located at the sides of the control panel are now visible:
Remove the six screws indicated in Figure 4-26.

Right Side of
Control Panel

Remove

Figure 4-26

Removing the Control Panel Fasteners

3. Remove the two screws from the center part of the front handle, indicated
in Figure 4-27.
4. Unlatch the hooks of the J1 connector on the A10 PC board (Figure 4-28),
using the Phillips screwdriver, and disconnect the ribbon cable from J1.
5. Remove the control panel from the upper G50 or the G60 S.

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Figure 4-27

The Control Panel

Note: Removal of the control panel allows access to the keyboard. "Removing
the Keyboard" (page 4-33) provides instructions for the removal of the keyboard.

J3

Figure 4-28

A10 PC Board

6.3 Installing the Control Panel


Install the control panel using the reverse sequence of the procedures provided
for its removal.

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Caution: Use fasteners of the correct length to prevent damage to underlying


equipment. See "Fastener Reference" (page H-1).

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1. See "Removing the Main Control Panel" (page 4-30)


2. See "Removing the Sub Control Panel (LCD)" (page 4-30)
3. See "Removing the Rear Cover, the Host Module Cover, and the Monitor
Post Cover" (page 4-28).

6.4 Confirming the Operation of the Control Panel


1. Connect the system power cable to a properly grounded outlet.
2. Connect a transducer to the system.
3. Turn the power switch On.
4. Turn the Standby switch On.
5. Confirm that an image is displayed on the monitor.
6. Confirm that each LCD display changes every time you press each soft key
located next to the LCD cell.
7. Confirm that the image on the screen freezes when you press the FREEZE
key located on the control panel.
8. Use the controls on the control panel to produce an ultrasound image, and
enter exam and patient data; verify that all controls located on the control
panel operate properly.

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7.0 Removing and Installing the Keyboard


Use the instructions provided in this section to remove and install the keyboard
on the G50 or the G60 S. Replacement of the keyboard requires approximately
10 minutes.

7.1 Tools Required


Use a number 2 Phillips screwdriver to perform this procedure.

7.2 Removing the Keyboard


1. Turn off the system and unplug the power cable from the wall outlet.

Warning: The G50 and the G60 S contain hazardous voltages that can range from 90 Vac to
264 Vac. These voltages can cause serious injury or death. Only authorized service personnel
are permitted to remove protective covers and access the energized components of this system.

2. Perform the procedures described in "Removing the Control Panel"


(page 4-28).
3. Push the keyboard slightly and pull it out.
4. Disconnect the yellow and green safety ground wire shown in Figure 4-29
by removing one M4 X 12 screw from the frame of the upper system.

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Warning: A safety ground for the system is shown in Figure 4-29. Improper installation of this
cable can produce shock hazards that will cause serious injury or death to the operator, to the
CSE, and to the patient. Always verify that the safety ground is properly connected and
securely fastened. Insert the M4 X 12 screw through the lug attached to the safety ground
cable, place the external tooth M4 lock washer on the screw, between the lug and the chassis,
and install the screw in the chassis.

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The safety ground cable is attached with an M4 X 12 binding head screw through
the lug, with an external toothed M4 lock washer located between the lug and the
chassis.
Safety Ground

Safety Ground
Figure 4-29

Cables and Clamp Under the Control Panel

5. Disconnect the cable from connector J3 of the A10 PC board shown in


Figure 4-28.
6. Unlatch the cable clamp attached to the base of the upper frame shown in
Figure 4-29.
7. Holding the keyboard, remove the two screws from each of the two metal
slides: four screws total.
8. Pull the keyboard slowly toward you to remove it from the upper G50 or the
G60 S.

7.3 Installing the Keyboard


Install the keyboard by following the instructions, in reverse sequence,
provided in "Removing the Keyboard" (page 4-33).

Caution: Route the cable so that it does not obstruct the latching of the keyboard.

Caution: Use fasteners of the correct length to prevent damage to underlying


equipment. See "Fastener Reference" (page H-1).

Warning: The improper connection of the safety ground can create a shock hazard. The G50
and the G60 S contain hazardous voltages that can range from 90 Vac to 264 Vac. These voltages can cause serious injury or death. Verify that the safety ground is attached using the correct hardware and that the installation screw is tight.

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7.4 Confirming the Operation of the Keyboard


1. Connect the system power cable to a properly grounded outlet.
2. Connect a transducer to the G50 or the G60 S.
3. Turn the power switch On.
4. Turn the Standby switch On.
5. Confirm that a B-mode image is displayed on the monitor.
6. Confirm that each LCD display changes every time you press a soft key
located next to the LCD cell.
7. Press the F4 key and confirm that Preset Main Menu is displayed on the
monitor.

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8.0 Removing and Installing the MO Drive


Use the instructions provided in this section to remove and install the MO drive.
4
Replacement of the MO drive requires approximately 20 minutes.

Warning: The replacement procedure described in this section involves the removal and reinstallation of threaded fasteners. The installation of over-long fasteners is some locations can
penetrate and damage the underlying equipment or short circuits that are energized at 90 Vac
to 264 Vac. The potential damage can affect equipment performance; the potential shorting of
the electrical circuits can produce shock hazards that are capable of causing serious injury or
death. Verify that threaded fasteners of the correct length are installed in the equipment.
When fasteners are removed, store them with the related components for re-installation. Refer
to this procedure to verify that only fasteners of the correct length are re-installed. Re-install
threaded fasteners slowly, and verify that they do not contact underlying equipment.

8.1 Tools Required


Use a short number 2 Phillips screwdriver to perform this procedure.

8.2 Removing the MO Drive


1. Turn off the system and unplug the power cable from wall outlet.

Warning: The G50 and the G60 S contain hazardous voltages that can range from 90 Vac to
264 Vac. These voltages can cause serious injury or death. Only authorized service personnel
are permitted to remove protective covers and access the energized components of this system.

2. Remove the two screws from the top edge of the rear cover and remove the
screw caps and washers.
3. Loosen two screws on the host module cover.
4. Remove the host module cover from G50 or the G60 S as you pull out the
top edge of the rear cover; the removal of the cover exposes the view
shown in Figure 4-30.
5. Disconnect all cables from the top surface of the host module.
6. Disconnect the three cables from DIMAQ-IP module: When disconnecting
the DIMAQ-IP power cable, unscrew its cable clamp as a single piece
(Figure 4-37).

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7. Release the cables from the cable clamp located at the upper left of the
DIMAQ-IP module.

DIMAQ-IP

Tie-wrap these cables to the adjacent panel.


Figure 4-30

DIMAQ-IP Module Installation

8. Disconnect the remaining cables from the DIMAQ-IP module.


9. Loosen the three thumbscrews of the DIMAQ-IP module (Figure 4-38),
using the short number 2 Phillips screwdriver.
10. Create sufficient clearance for dismounting the DIMAQ-IP module safely by
routing the cables in front of it, and to the sides of the DIMAQ-IP module.
11. Move the DIMAQ-IP module to the left and dismount it from the system.

Thumbscrews (3)
DIMAQ-IP

Figure 4-31

DIMAQ-IP Module Thumbscrews

12. Remove the two screws located under the rear handle and remove the
monitor post cover from upper G50 or the G60 S as shown in Figure 4-32.
13. Loosen the two screws indicated in Figure 4-33.

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14. Move to the front side of the G50 or the G60 S and pull off the sub control
panel.
15. Press and release the hooks on both sides of the ribbon cable connector,
and disconnect the cable from CN2 on the reverse of the sub control panel.

Figure 4-32

Figure 4-33

Removing the Monitor Post Cover

Removing the Sub Control Panel (LCD)

16. Hold the MO drive with your hand, inserting one hand from the rear side of
the G50 or the G60 S, while removing the screws from the MO drive bay.

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17. Turn the monitor to one side and then the other while you remove the four
screws securing the MO drive bay to the system.

Figure 4-34

Removing the MO Drive Bay

18. Disconnect the fan cables from the MO drive.


19. Extract the MO drive bay with the attached MO drive.
20. Invert the drive and drive bay, and disconnect the signal cable and power
cable from MO drive.
21. Invert the MO drive bay to its original position.
22. Remove the three screws from the MO drive bay to separate it from the MO
drive.
23. Separate the MO drive from its shield case, by removing the one screw
from the shield case that is indicated in Figure 4-35.

Figure 4-35

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8.3 Installing the MO Drive


Before installing the MO drive, move the number 2 and the number 4 DIP
switches to the On position as shown in Figure 4-36.

Warning: Use threaded fasteners of the length cited here to avoid damaging or shorting underlying equipment.

To install the MO drive, perform the procedures, in reverse sequence, that are
described in "Removing the MO Drive" (page 4-36).

Figure 4-36

MO Drive Top View: DIP Switch Configuration

8.4 Confirming the Operation of the MO Drive


1. Connect the system power cable to a properly grounded outlet.
2. Connect a transducer to the G50 or the G60 S.
3. Turn the power switch On.
4. Turn the Standby switch On.
5. Confirm that a B-mode image is displayed on the monitor.
6. Insert an MO disk into the MO drive: Verify that the MO disk is not write-protected.
7. Press FREEZE.
8. Save the frozen image.
9. Load the saved image from the MO disk and verify that the image displays
properly

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9.0 Removing and Installing the Host Module


Use the instructions provided in this section to remove and install the host
module. Replacement of the host module requires approximately 15 minutes.

9.1 Tools Required


Use a number 2 Phillips screwdriver to perform this procedure.

9.2 Removing the Host Module


1. Turn off the system and unplug the power cable from the wall outlet.

Warning: The G50 and the G60 S contain hazardous voltages that can range from 90 Vac to
264 Vac. These voltages can cause serious injury or death. Only authorized service personnel
are permitted to remove protective covers and access the energized components of this system.

2. Remove the two screws from the upper side of the rear cover.
3. Pull the upper side of the rear cover toward you carefully.
4. Remove the host module cover by unscrewing two screws from the cover.
5. Remove the bracket from the left side of the host module cover by removing one screw.
6. Remove the cable clamp shown in Figure 4-37 from the left side of the host
module cover by removing one screw.

Figure 4-37

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Figure 4-38

OEM Interface Panel

7. Disconnect the cable from the connector J36.


8. Remove four screws from the bottom of the host module.
9. Disconnect all of the cables from the upper side of the host module.
10. Disconnect all of the cables from the OEM subpanel located on the left side
of the host module.
11. Disconnect all the cables from the OEM interface panel shown in Figure 438.
12. Loosen the four cap screws located at the rear of the host module.
13. Remove the host module from the G50 or the G60 S.

9.3 Installing the Host Module


1. Verify that the cables are securely positioned in both slits located at the
sides of the opening shown in Figure 4-39.

Figure 4-39

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2. Position the host module on the rear side of the G50 or the G60 S.

Caution: Cables can be pinched and damaged when the host module is
installed. Verify that no cables are pinched between the module and the edge of
the OEM interface panel or the LED indicator panel.

Caution: Use fasteners of the correct length to prevent damage to underlying


equipment. See "Fastener Reference" (page H-1).

3. Fasten the host module by using the four screws removed previously.
4. Secure the rear cover onto the rear side of the G50 or the G60 S: Use the
procedures provided in "Removing the Host Module" (page 4-41), in
reverse order to install the cover.
5. When connecting the cables to the host module, verify each connector
number to prevent mis-connection that could damage the equipment.

9.4 Confirming the Operation of the Host Module


1. Connect the system power cable to a properly grounded outlet.
2. Connect a transducer to the G50 or the G60 S.
3. Turn the power switch On.
4. Turn the Standby switch On.
5. Confirm that a B-mode image is displayed on the monitor.
6. Press the F4 key and select the Service software.
7. Activate the Service software according to the instructions provided in "Service Software Operation" (page 8-17).
8. Access the "System Information Screen" (page 8-24).
9. Verify the system serial number and the system software version.

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10.0 Removing and Installing the E Module


Use the instructions provide in this section to remove and install the E module.
Replacement of the E module requires approximately 10 minutes.

Caution: The E module contains no user serviceable components; do not break


the seal on the E module access panel. Opening the E module can invalidate
the warranty.

10.1 Tools Required


Use a number 2 Phillips screwdriver to perform this procedure.

10.2 Removing the E Module


1. Power off the system and unplug the power cable from the wall outlet.

Warning: The G50 and the G60 S contain hazardous voltages that can range from 90 Vac to
264 Vac. These voltages can cause serious injury or death. Only authorized service personnel
are permitted to remove protective covers and access the energized components of this system.

2. Disconnect the transducer from the system and set the brakes.
3. Loosen the two captive screws from the upper side of the rear cover and
remove the cover.
4. Loosen the two captive screws from the lower rear panel and remove the
panel.
5. Pull the upper side of the rear cover toward you.
6. Disconnect the J2 (E module fans) cable from the XDST (A07-1) PCB that
is located at the upper right side of the fan enclosure.
7. Remove the four screws from the bottom of the host module; these screws
secure each end of two metal-fins to ground.
8. Remove the fan enclosure by loosening the six screws that attach it to the
system.
9. Remove the four screws indicated in Figure 4-40.

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10. Remove the EMI shielding bracket.

Figure 4-40

Removing the EMI Shielding Bracket

11. Disconnect the four cables from these connectors of the E module: A66J4,
A66JI, A66J3, and A25J1.

Caution: Loose hardware can drop into the E module. Loosen all hardware then
remove it carefully. Recover all dropped hardware before continuing.

12. Loosen the six screws (three on each side) from the sides of the E module.
13. Loosen the two screws located at the bottom of the front cover, and pull out
the top edge of the cover to unfasten three pairs of magic fasteners joining
the front cover to the system. Hold the bumper, and remove the entire front
cover from the G50 or the G60 S.
14. Loosen the two screws that hold the ECG connector bracket.
15. Remove the six screws (three each side) from the sides of the E module.

Caution: The removal of large and heavy subsystems can pinch and damage
cables. Verify that system cables are not pinched when the E module is
removed from the system.

16. As indicated in Figure 4-41, pull the plastic loop to move the E module
toward you, while holding the handle located on the top of the E module:
Pull the E module slowly toward you as indicated in Figure 4-41.

Figure 4-41

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10.3 Installing the E Module


Install the E module by performing, in reverse order, the procedures provided in
"Removing the E Module" (page 4-44).

Caution: Use fasteners of the correct length to prevent damage to underlying


equipment. See "Fastener Reference" (page H-1).

10.4 Confirming the Operation of the E Module


1. Connect the system power cable to a properly grounded outlet.
2. Connect a transducer to the G50 or the G60 S.
3. Turn the power switch On.
4. Turn the Standby switch On.
5. Confirm that a B-mode image is displayed on the monitor.

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11.0 Removing and Installing the Power Module


Use the instructions provided in this section to remove and install the power
module. Replacement of the power module requires approximately 10 minutes.

11.1 Tools Required


Use a number 2 Phillips screwdriver to perform these procedures.

11.2 Removing the Power Module


1. Turn off the system and unplug the power cable from the wall outlet.

Warning: The G50 and the G60 S contain hazardous voltages that can range from 90 Vac to
264 Vac. These voltages can cause serious injury or death. Only authorized service personnel
are permitted to remove protective covers and access the energized components of this system.

2. Loosen the two captive screws from the upper side of the rear cover and
remove the cover.
3. Loosen the two captive screws from the lower rear panel and remove the
panel.
4. Pull the upper side of the rear cover toward you carefully.
5. Remove the EMI shielding bracket from the G50 or the G60 S by removing
the four screws shown Figure 4-42.
6. Disconnect the cable that exits from the opening <A> shown in Figure 4-42,
where the A07 PC board can be seen inside the lower frame of the system.
Note: The A07 PC board differs from the A07-1 PCB.

Figure 4-42

Removing the EMI shielding bracket

7. Remove the power cover from the lower right of the G50 or the G60 S by
removing two screws.
8. Remove three screws from the bottom frame of the system (Figure 4-43).

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9. Disconnect the cable from the connector P1of A07 PC board.


10. Disconnect the cables from the connector J1 and J2 of A03 PC board
(Figure 4-43).

Figure 4-43

Right Side (RH) and Top View of the Power Module

Note: If the power module cannot be easily removed, loosen the two screws
located on the side panels, and move the panels to obtain additional clearance.

11. Push and lift the power module to the right; then lift and pull the power module out of the system.

11.3 Installing the Power Module

Caution: Before installing the power module, move all cables aside to prevent
damaging them.

Caution: Use fasteners of the correct length to prevent damage to underlying


equipment. See "Fastener Reference" (page H-1).

Use the procedures, in reverse order, that were described in "Removing the
Power Module" (page 4-47) to install the power module.

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Caution: Figure 4-43 shows only J1 and J2. There is a J3 connector not indicated in the photo. The J2 cable could be inadvertently installed in the J3 connector. Verify that the correct cable is installed at the J2 connector.

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11.4 Confirming the Operation of the Power Module


1. Connect the system power cable to a properly grounded outlet.
2. Connect a transducer to the G50 or the G60 S.
3. Turn the power switch On.
4. Turn the Standby switch On.
5. Confirm that a B-mode image is displayed on the monitor.

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12.0 Replacing the OEM Outlet Fuse


Use the instructions provided in this section to remove and install the power
fuse located in the host module. Replacement of the fuse requires
approximately 5 minutes.

Caution: An electrical failure within the system causes the power fuse(s) to
open. Before replacing the power fuse, discover and correct the failure that
caused the fuse to open.

12.1 Tools Required


Use a number 2 Phillips screwdriver to perform this procedure.

12.2 Replacing the Fuses


1. Turn off the system and unplug the power cable from the wall outlet.

Warning: The G50 and the G60 S contain hazardous voltages that can range from 90 Vac to
264 Vac. These voltages can cause serious injury or death. Only authorized service personnel
are permitted to remove protective covers and access the energized components of this system.

2. Loosen the two captive screws from the upper side of the rear cover and
remove the cover.
3. Loosen the two captive screws from the lower rear panel and remove the
panel.
4. Pull the upper side of the rear cover toward you.
5. Locate the XDST (A07-1) PC board on the right side of the host module;
see Figure 4-44.

Figure 4-44

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6. Remove the fuse cover shown in Figure 4-44.

Warning: Installation of incorrect fuses in the G50 or the G60 S can cause equipment damage,
fire, serious injury, or death. Replace fuses only with the same current value and fuse type supplied by the factory and listed in Table 4-2. See "Spare Parts" (page C-1).

7. Replace both fuses shown in Figure 4-45: See Table 4-2 for the ratings of
and part numbers of the required fuses.

Fuse

Fuse

Figure 4-45

Table 4-2

Fuses

Fuse Ratings

Nominal System Voltage Rating

Fuses Required

Part Number

100 Vac

6.3 A, 250V, slow blow (2 fuses)

07478774

115 Vac

6.3 A, 250V, slow blow (2 fuses)

07478774

230 Vac

4.0 A, 250V, slow blow (2 fuses)

07478782

8. Power up and test the system before replacing the covers.


9. After verifying that the system is operable, power down the system.
10. Replace the fuse cover.
11. Replace the host module cover and the rear cover.
12. Energize the system and verify its operation.

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13.0 Removing and Installing the Third Array Port


The installation of the third array port option on the G50 system is provided in
"Installing the G50 Third Array Port" (page 5-11). This information is
appropriate for the removal and the reinstallation of the G50 port.

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Chapter 5: Installing Equipment Options


Use the information presented in this chapter to install optional equipment.
Note: See "Software" (page 8-1) for instructions covering the installation of software options.

The following topics are presented in this chapter:


1.0 Installing the G50 DIMAQ-IP ........................................................5-2
2.0 Installing the G50 Third Array Port ................................................5-11

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1.0 Installing the G50 DIMAQ-IP


Use the following methods to install the DIMAQ-IP module on the G50.
Note: The G50 was released with version 1.2 of the system software installed.
The DIMAQ-IP option requires this version 1.2 system-software revision level as
a minimum.

See "Removing and Installing the DIMAQ-IP Module" (page 4-24) for remove
and replace procedures appropriate for both the G50 and the G60 S DIMAQ-IP
module.

Caution: Static sensitive components and connectors are exposed during this
procedure. Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can damage or destroy electronic
components. Use proper ESD protective procedures during the performance of
this procedure.

1.1 Tools Required


Use the following tools to install the DIMAQ-IP option:
Phillips screwdriver (#1)
Phillips screwdriver (#2)
Straight-blade screwdriver (.25 inch)
Side cutters

1.2 Kit Contents


Verify that the DIMAQ-IP kit contains the items listed in Table 5-1.
Table 5-1

Item
DIMAQ-IP module(a)
A70-2 PPCL

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(b)

PCB

Part
Number

Quantity

7478683

7479913

M3 X 6 screw

M2.5 X 6 screw

External lock washer

Wire Ties

Ethernet cable (straight)

Ethernet cable (cross)

USB cable

VGA cable

Serial cable

Option label

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(a)
(b)

The DIMAQ-IP module contains its power cable.


Parallel PC Link (PPCL)

1.3 Disassembling the G50


Use the steps listed here to disassemble the G50 in preparation for the
DIMAQ-IP installation.

Caution: Use care to avoid dropping loose hardware into the system during the
disassembly and assembly of the G50. Loose hardware can short electronic
components. Safeguard all hardware for reinstallation.

1. De-energize the G50 and disconnect the power cord from the power outlet.

Warning: The G50 and the G60 S contain hazardous voltages that can range from 90 Vac to
264 Vac. These voltages can cause serious injury or death. Only authorized service personnel
are permitted to remove protective covers and access the energized components of this system.

2. As indicated in Figure 5-1, remove the two caps located on the rear cover,
to expose the screws, and remove the two sets of screws and washers.

Figure 5-1

Removing the Rear Cover

3. Loosen the two screws located at the top of the host module cover, pull out
the top edge of the cover, and remove the host module cover: The Host
module is identified in Figure 5-10.
4. Verify that all cables are correctly labeled for later reconnection; confirm
that the labels on the host module agree with the labels on the cables.
5. As shown in Figure 5-2, unscrew the cable clamp that secures the USB
cable to the USB cable fixing bracket.
6. Remove the two screws from the USB cable fixing bracket and remove the
bracket.

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7. Loosen the two screws located at the bottom of the parallel PC link (PPCL)
shielding plate and remove the plate (Figure 5-2).

Caution: When cutting wire ties and fasteners, use care to avoid damaging the
cables or the associated equipment.

8. Use a pair of side cutters to cut the fastener attached to the USB cable,
above the RFC-5 noise filter (Figure 5-2).
9. Use the straight-blade screwdriver to unlock the two latches that hold the
RFC-5 noise filter to the USB cable (Figure 5-2) and remove the noise filter
from the cable.
10. Remove the cable clamp from the USB cable and disconnect the USB
cable from the PPCL shielding plate (Figure 5-2); the shielding plate should
now be completely separated from the system.

Figure 5-2

Removing the PPCL Shielding Plate

11. Place the PPCL shielding plate on a work surface as shown in Figure 5-3,
with the inside of the plate facing upward: The three wire ties supplied with
the kit will be installed on the plate to secure the USB cable.
12. Use the diagram shown in Figure 5-3 to locate the IN and OUT holes for A,
B, and C on the shielding plate: Count the holes in the perforated panel to
determine the exaction installation location and mark the IN and OUT
holes.
13. Insert, but do not fasten, one of the 3 wire ties supplied with the kit, at position A-IN, B-IN, and C-IN of the PPCL shielding plate: The serrated surface
of the wire tie must be positioned on the inside of the tie when the tie is fastened.
14. Install each wire tie through the IN hole and out of the OUT hole indicated,
at the exact location shown.

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15. Measure 260mm from the termination of the USB cable as shown in
Figure 5-4, and mark the cable.
16. Place the PPCL shielding plate adjacent to the G50 and align the 260mm
mark on the USB cable, with the wire tie designated A.
17. Loop the cable as shown in Figure 5-4, through wire tie B.
18. Align the loop so that the USB connector is adjacent to wire tie C.
19. Fasten wire tie B, realign the cable at A and C, and fasten the wire ties A
and C.
20. Verify that no portion of the cable or connector extends more than 9mm
from the PPCL shielding plate; extending beyond 9mm, the cable or connector will interfere with the adjacent equipment.
21. After fastening the wire ties, remove the excess portion of the wire ties with
the side cutters.

Figure 5-3

Figure 5-4

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Measuring the USB Cable

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22. As demonstrated in Figure 5-5, attach the connector of the A70-2 PPCL
PCB to the A70 DVSC PCB located in the host module enclosure.
23. Install the four M3 X 6 (CK3 X 6) screw, supplied in the kit, through the A702 PPCL PCB, into the A70 DVSC PCB as indicated in Figure 5-5.

Figure 5-5

Installing the A70-2 PPCL PCB

24. Place the PPCL shielding plate on the host module, in its original position
(Figure 5-2).
25. As depicted in Figure 5-6, install the four screws that were removed from
the PPCL shielding plate shown in Figure 5-2.
26. Install connector J2 in the PPCL shielding plate and secure it in place with
the two M2.5 X 6 screws and external lock washers that are supplied in the
kit.

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Caution: Use care to avoid dropping loose hardware into the system during the
disassembly and assembly of the G50. Loose hardware can short electronic
components. Safeguard all hardware for reinstallation.

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Figure 5-6

Reinstalling the PPCL Shielding Plate

27. At the MO drive, remove the two screws installed from the inside of the system that secure the blank panel located below the MO drive, and remove
the panel.
28. At the upper right corner of the host module shown in Figure 5-7, remove
the screw that holds the DIMAQ-IP power-cable clamp in place.

Figure 5-7

DIMAQ-IP Power-cable Clamp

Caution: The close clearances around the DIMAQ-IP create the potential for
cable damage. Verify that no cable is pinched or abraded when the DIMAQ-IP is
removed.

29. Move all cables to the sides of the system to allow access to the DIMAQ-IP
installation site.

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30. Install the DIMAQ-IP module in the system and fasten the three screws
indicated in Figure 5-8.

Figure 5-8

DIMAQ-IP Installation

Note: When installing the DIMAQ-IP module, verify that no cables are pinched
between parts or surfaces. Push the DIMAQ-IP module in slowly, verifying that no
cables are pinched between the DIMAQ-IP module and the surrounding equipment.
When connecting cables between the DIMAQ-IP module and the host module,
read the connector labels carefully and confirm that the cables are attached to the
proper connector.

Caution: Use fasteners of the correct length to prevent damage to underlying


equipment. See "Fastener Reference" (page H-1).

31. Connect the DIMAQ-IP power cable to the DIMAQ-IP module: See connection in Figure 5-9 and Figure 5-10.
32. Reinstall the power-cable clamp shown in Figure 5-7 that was removed in
step 28. See Figure 5-9.

Figure 5-9

Installing Cable Clamps

33. Identify the cables that were detached from the host module in step 3.

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34. Reconnect the cables to the host module, with the exception of the USB
cable that was attached to the PPCL shielding plate (Figure 5-4).
35. Install the cables shown in Figure 5-10:

Power cable was installed at step 32.


Serial cable: *1 J2 A702P2 to A75P17
Ethernet cable (straight): *2 J30 LAN (NET)
Ethernet cable (cross): *3 J33 LAN (HOST)
USB cable: *4 J32 IPPC (LOW)
VGA cable: J31 IPPC VGA

36. Verify that all cable retainer screws are tightened.


37. Verify that all unsecured cables are properly installed.
38. Clamp the following cables together using the cable clamp shown in the
left-hand photograph of Figure 5-9:

DIMAQ-IP power cable


Serial cable attached to J2
Cable attached to J1007
Cable attached to J1008
Cable attached to J1010

39. Tilt and swivel the system monitor while observing the monitor cable at its
point of attachment to the monitor: Verify that the monitor cable is free to
move as the monitor is tilted and swiveled.
40. Verify that all cables are securely connected and protected from damage.
41. Reinstall the host module cover that was removed in step 3.

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42. Attach the DIMAQ-IP option label at the designated option-label location.

*1
*2

*3
*4

*5

Host Module

*5: VGA cable


Figure 5-10

Installing DIMAQ-IP and Host Module Cables

1.4 Testing the DIMAQ-IP


Use the following steps to test the DIMAQ-IP module.
1. Connect the G50 power cord to the outlet, and energize the G50 system.
2. Verify that the G50 initializes without displaying error messages.
3. Press the Review key.
4. Verify that the DIMAQ-IP Digital Lab screen is displayed.
5. Verify that the DICOM Screen menu item is listed on the Change Screen
menu located at the lower-left side of the screen: This indicates that the
DIMAQ-IP software is version 1.2 or greater.
6. Operate the trackball and verify that the pointer moves across the screen.
7. Use the Digital Lab features to process several studies.

1.5 Removing the DIMAQ-IP Module


See "Removing and Installing the DIMAQ-IP Module" (page 4-24) for remove
and replace procedures appropriate for both the G50 and the G60 S DIMAQ-IP
module.

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2.0 Installing the G50 Third Array Port


Use the instructions provided in this section to add a third array port to the G50
system.

Caution: The tasks described in this procedure expose static sensitive components in the G50 to electrostatic discharge (ESD). Observe prescribed ESD procedures.

2.1 Kit
Table 5-2 lists the contents of the kit provided for the installation of the
additional array port on the G50.
Table 5-2

Kit Contents

Part

Part Number or
Description

Quantity

A36 A3RD-2 PCB

78 40 221

M4 X 8 Screw

Binding head, external


lock washer

M3 X 8 Screw

Binding head, external


lock washer

Option Label

Note: In the following figures, fasteners are referenced as CK3 X 8 and CK4 X 8.
See "Fastener Reference" (page H-1) for information on these fastener designations.

2.2 Tools Required


A number 2 Phillips screwdriver is required to perform this procedure.

2.3 Installing the Array Port


Use the following instructions to disassemble the G50 and install the additional
array port.
1. Verify that the system software is equal or greater than version 1.2.0; the
additional port installed according to this procedure cannot be activated if
an earlier version of system software is installed on the G50. If the system
software requires upgrade to version 1.2.0, arrange to perform that task.
2. Move the G50 to a level location that provides 1 meter of clearance at the
front and sides of the system.
3. Lock the 4 wheel locks.
4. De-energize the G50 and detach the power cord from the power outlet.

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5. Detach all transducers from the G50.


6. As depicted in Figure 5-11, loosen the two screws located at the bottom of
the front cover of the G50.
7. Pull the top of the front cover away from the G50 to release the three pairs
of magic fasteners (Figure 5-11).
8. Grasp the top of the front cover and one of the bumpers; pull and detach
the front cover from the G50.

Main unit

Magic fastener (3)

Front cover
Screw (2)
Bumper

Figure 5-11

Removing the Front Cover

9. Remove the two labels indicated in Figure 5-12 from the front of the probe
interface panel; these labels carry the message, Do not open.
10. Discard the two (Do not open) labels; they will not be reinstalled.
11. As indicated in Figure 5-12, remove the 12 screws (M4 X 8); retain these
screws for reinstallation during the reassembly of the G50.
12. After removing the 12 screws, pull the plastic loop (Figure 5-12) toward the
front of the G50 to remove the probe interface panel.
13. From the rear of the probe interface panel just removed, unscrew the two
screws to release the blank panel indicated in Figure 5-12.

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14. Discard the blank panel and the two screws that were removed from it.
Pull the loop to open

Remove these
CK4 X 8
screws (12) from
the front side.

Remove two screws


from the reverse
to remove the
blank panel

Probe Interface Shield


Do not open
label

Do not open
label

Figure 5-12

Removing the Probe Interface Panel

15. Orient the A36 A3RD-2 board shown in Figure 5-13 to the A36 PSEL PCB.
16. Align the connectors on the A36 A3RD-2 PCB to the PSEL PCB.
17. Press the connectors of the A36 A3RD-2 PCB into the matching connectors (P20, P21, P22, and P23) of the PSEL PCB.
18. Install the six M3 X 8 screws, provided in the kit, through the A36 A3RD-2
PCB and into the PSEL PCB as shown in Figure 5-13.

A36 PSEL PCB


Connect P20, P21, P22, and P23
when installing A36 A3RD-2 PCB
onto A36 PSEL PCB.

P21
P23

36 A3RD-2 PCB
Fasten
CK3 x 8 screw (6)
supplied with this kit

P22

Probe Interface Shield

P20
P21
P23

P22
P20

Fasten
CK4 x 8 screw (2)
supplied with this kit
after installing Probe
Interface Shield

Figure 5-13

Installing the A36 A3RD-2 PCB

19. As indicated in Figure 5-14, reinstall the probe interface panel on the front
of the G50, using the twelve M4 X 8 screws that were removed in step 11.

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20. Install the two M4 X 8 screws, provided in the kit, to secure the transducer
connector of the A36 A3RD-2 PCB to the probe interface panel (Figure 514).
36 A3RD-2
Transducer connector (3rd port)

Fasten
CK4 x 8 screw (12)
Fasten
CK4 x 8 screw (2)
su lied with this kit

Figure 5-14

Probe Interface Shie

Installing the Probe Interface Panel

21. Reinstall the front cover of the G50: See steps 6 through 8.
22. Install the option label, provided in the kit, at the designated location on the
rear of the G50.

2.4 Removing the Array Port


If it becomes necessary to remove or replace the A36 A3RD-2 PCB, use the
installation instructions in reverse sequence to remove the PCB. If the option is
to be permanently removed, remove the option label from the rear of the
system.

2.5 Testing the Array Port


Use the following instructions to test the newly installed A36 A3RD-2 PCB.
1. Verify that the system software is equal or greater than version 1.2.0; the
additional port installed according to this procedure cannot be activated if
an earlier version of system software is installed on the G50.
2. Connect any transducer to the newly installed port.
3. Energize the G50.
4. Verify that the clock located in the upper right corner of the screen displays
the proper time; if not adjust the time.
5. Display a 2D-image screen for the transducer attached to the new port.
6. At the keyboard, press the F4 key to display the Preset Main Menu.
7. Activate the service software according the instructions provided in "Service Software Operation" (page 8-17).
8. Select the HW/SW button located on the Main Menu screen to display the
System Configuration Hardware screen as shown in Figure 5-15.
9. Scroll down the list, displayed on this screen, to the A36-2 assembly.

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10. Verify that an assembly number is displayed in the AS No. field for the A362 PCB (Figure 5-15).
Note: If the A36 A3RD-2 PCB is not installed in the G50, the screen shown in
Figure 5-16 will display the message Not Installed in the AS No. column for the
A36-2 PCB on the System Configuration Hardware screen.

11. Select the Home button to return to the Main Menu screen.
12. Select the Exit button exit the Service software; the ultrasound imaging
screen will be displayed.
13. Acquire an ultrasound image, using the probe attached to the new port.
14. Verify that no vertical line or image noise is present on the acquired image.
15. Verify that the option label for the new port is attached at the rear of the system.
16. The new port is now properly installed and operational.

Service
Home
System C onfiguration - Ha rdware
Assy No.

Assy Name

AS No.

Hardware

Site
System
HW/SW

OPCT

A30

ECGX

101

A36

PSEL

Not Install ed

A36- 2

A3RD 2

XXXX

A40

PAMP

Not Install ed

A40- 1

CWRX

Not Install ed

A40- 3

RX32

Not Install ed

Figure 5-15

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Software

A10

Peripheral

If A36 A3RD-2 PCB has been


successfully installed, a numeric
value is shown here.

System Configuration Hardware Screen (A36-2 Installed)

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Service
Home
System C onfiguration - Ha rdware
Assy No.

Assy Name

Hardware

AS No.

Site
System
HW/SW

Software

A10

OPCT

A30

ECGX

101

A36

PSEL

Not Install ed

A36- 2

A3RD 2

Not Installed

A40

PAMP

Not Install ed

A40- 1

CWRX

Not Install ed

A40- 3

RX32

Not Install ed

Figure 5-16

Peripheral

If A36 A3RD-2 PCB has been


successfully de-installed, Not Installed is
shown here.

System Configuration Hardware Screen (A36-2 Not Installed)

Note: To confirm the successful removal of the A36 A3RD-2 PCB, verify that Not
Installed is displayed in the System Configuration Hardware screen as shown
in Figure 5-16.

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Chapter 6: Troubleshooting
This chapter provides troubleshooting methods and information for the
G50 and the G60 S.
The following topics are presented in this chapter:
1.0 Verifying the System Operation ....................................................6-2
2.0 Diagnostic Messages ....................................................................6-3
3.0 Diagnostic Indicators ....................................................................6-9
4.0 Troubleshooting the DIMAQ-IP .....................................................6-11
5.0 Rebooting the System Software ...................................................6-12
6.0 Diagnostic Flow Charts .................................................................6-13

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1.0 Verifying the System Operation


Use the following methods to verify that the G50 or the G60 S is operating
properly.
See Instructions for Use for detailed operating instructions.

1.1 Verifying the Operation of the System


1. Connect the power cable to the wall outlet.
2. Connect a transducer to the ultrasound system.
3. Turn the power switch On.
4. Turn the Standby switch On.
5. Confirm that a B-mode image is displayed on the monitor.
6. Verify that a Color flow image is displayed on the monitor.
7. Verify that the Doppler spectrum is displayed on the monitor.
8. Verify that the ECG trace is displayed on the monitor.

1.2 Verifying the Operation of the Peripherals


Use the following instructions to verify the operation of peripherals attached to
the G50 or the G60 S.
1. Turn on the power switch of the P91W printer.
2. Press F4 to display the Menu screen on the monitor.
3. Move the trackball upward and select Customize Keys from the left frame
displayed on the screen.
4. Press SET.
5. In the right frame of the displayed screen, select B/W Print for
PRINT/STORE 1 key.
6. Move the cursor to the radio button labeled B/W Print, and press SET.
7. Select B/W Printer for Set Up for PRINT/STORE 1 key and press SET.
8. Select Save and press SET.
9. Press PRINT/STORE 1.
10. Confirm that the B-mode image on the monitor is printed correctly on the
P91W printer.
11. Turn on the power switch of the CP900 color printer.
12. Press F4 to display the Menu screen on the monitor.
13. Move the trackball upward and select Customize Keys from the submenu.
14. Press SET.

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15. Select Color Print for Set Up for PRINT/STORE 2 key and press SET.
16. Select Save and press SET.
17. Press the Menu key on the CP900 remote control.
18. Select Signal Set and set the input to RGB.
19. Press PRINT 2.
20. Confirm that the B-mode image on the monitor is printed correctly on the
CP900 printer.
21. Turn on the power switch of SVO-9500 VCR and insert a S-VHS tape into
the VCR.
22. Press F4 to display the Menu screen on the monitor.
23. Move the trackball upward and select Peripheral from the submenu.
24. Press SET.
25. Select S-VHS for Video Input Source and press SET.
26. Select VCR for the External RS-232C Port 1 and press SET.
27. Select Save and press SET.
28. Press the D key twice to invoke 2D + pwD mode.
29. Press RECORD to record the image and sound.
30. After pressing VIDEO I/O, press REWIND on the LCD, then press PLAY to
review the image and the sound just recorded.
31. Confirm that no error message is displayed on the monitor.

1.3 Verifying the Operation of the DIMAQ-IP Module


1. Press REVIEW.
2. Confirm that the monitor shows DIMAQ-IP module (Digital Lab) screen.
3. Move the trackball: Confirm that the cursor follows the movement of trackball.

2.0 Diagnostic Messages


Table 6-1, Diagnostic Messages, on page 6-4 lists the diagnostic messages
and the error messages likely to be encountered when a failure occurs on a
specific printed circuit board (PCB).

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Fail : DIMAQ-IP : DIMAQ-IP Return Path(DIMAQ-IP-Host


Test Pat.)

Fail : HostBox : HostBox Test Pat. Gen.(DIMAQ-IP-Host Test


Pat.)

Fail : DIMAQ-IP : DIMAQ-IP(DIMAQ-IP-Host Test Pat.)

Fail :DIMAQ-IP/Host: DIMAQ-IP and HostBox(DIMAQ-IPHost Test Pat.)

11

12

13

14

Fail :Card/Host: CardBox and HostBox(Card-Host Test Pat.)

Fail : HostBox : HostBox Return Path(DIMAQ-IP-Host Test


Pat.)

Fail : CardBox : CardBox(Card-Host Test Pat.)

10

Fail : HostBox : HostBox Test Pat. Gen.(Card-Host Test Pat.)

Fail : HostBox : HostBox(Card-Host Test Pat.)

Fail : CardBox : CardBox Return Path(Card-Host Test Pat.)

Fail : HostBox : HostBox Return Path(Card-Host Test Pat.)

Fail : Cable : Cable between Card and Host(Card-Host Test


Pat.)

Fail : Operator: add=0xXXXX val(0xaa)=0xXX

Fail : Operator: add=0xXXXX val(0x55)=0xXX

Fail : Operator: add=0xXXXX val(0x55)=0xXX

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Fail : DIMAQ-IP : DIMAQ-IP(DIMAQ-IP-Host Test Pat.)

Fail : HostBox : HostBox Test Pat. Gen.(DIMAQ-IP-Host Test


Pat.)

Fail : DIMAQ-IP : DIMAQ-IP Return Path(DIMAQ-IP-Host


Test Pat.)

Fail : HostBox : HostBox Return Path(DIMAQ-IP-Host Test


Pat.)

Fail : HostBox : HostBox(Card-Host Test Pat.)

Fail : Cable : Cable between Card and Host(Card-Host Test


Pat.)

Fail :Card/Host: CardBox and HostBox(Card-Host Test Pat.)

Fail : CardBox : CardBox(Card-Host Test Pat.)

Fail : HostBox : HostBox Test Pat. Gen.(Card-Host Test Pat.)

Fail : CardBox : CardBox Return Path(Card-Host Test Pat.)

Fail : HostBox : HostBox Return Path(Card-Host Test Pat.)

Fail : Operator: add=0xXXXX val(0xaa)=0xXX

Error Log Message

Diagnostic Messages (Sheet 1 of 5)

No. Diagnostics Message

Table 6-1

DIMAQ-IP or
Host Module

DIMAQ-IP

Host Module

DIMAQ-IP

Host Module

Host Module

Cable between E
Module and Host
Module

E Module or Host
Module

E Module

Host Module

E Module

Host Module

Control Panel

Control Panel

A70/A75

A75

A70

A75

A70

A70

A66/A70

A66

A70

A70

A10

A10

Expected
Failed
Failure Location PCB

DVSC/
SPCL

SPCL

DVSC

SPCL

DVSC

DVSC

Cable

DTPS/
DVSC

DTPS

DVSC

E Module

DVSC

OPCT

OPCT

Failed
PCB
Name

Diagnostic Messages

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Fail : A+5V

Fail : D+5V

Fail : A-12V

Fail : A+12V

Fail : A+90V

22

23

24

25

26

Work Memory Error!

19

Fail : A-10V

Fail : HostBox : CardBox-HostBox Test

18

21

Fail : HostBox : DIMAQ-IP-HostBox Test

17

Fail : D+3V

Fail : HostBox : HostBox(DIMAQ-IP-Host Test Pat.)

16

20

Fail : Cable : Cable between DIMAQ-IP and Host(DIMAQ-IPHost Test Pat.)

Fail : Cable : Cable between DIMAQ-IP and Host(DIMAQ-IPHost Test Pat.)

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A+90V=Lower Voltage Error! : V=XXXX etc

A+12V=Lower Voltage Error! : V=XXXX etc

A-12V=Lower Voltage Error! : V=XXXX etc

D+5V=Lower Voltage Error! : V=XXXX etc

A+5V=Lower Voltage Error! : V=XXXX etc

A-10V=Lower Voltage Error! : V=XXXX etc

A+3V=Upper Voltage Error! : V=XXXX etc

Fail : HostBox : CardBox-HostBox Test

Fail : HostBox : DIMAQ-IP-HostBox Test

Fail : HostBox : HostBox(DIMAQ-IP-Host Test Pat.)

Error Log Message

Diagnostic Messages (Sheet 2 of 5)

No. Diagnostics Message

Table 6-1

Power Module

Power Module

Power Module

Power Module

Power Module

Power Module

Power Module

Recycle power.
If the error message is displayed
again, exchange
Host Module.

Host Module

Host Module

Host Module

Cable between E
Module and
DIMAQ-IP

A66

A03/A07

A03/A07

A03/A07

A03/A07

A03/A07

-/A70

A70

A70

A70

Expected
Failed
Failure Location PCB

DTPS

SWRG/
PDST

SWRG/
PDST

SWRG/
PDST

SWRG/
PDST

SWRG/
PDST

-/DVSC

DVSC

DVSC

DVSC

Cable

Failed
PCB
Name

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Fail : HostBox : Flash ROM Error

Fail : CardBox : RXBFA Register Error

Fail : CardBox : RXBFB Register Error

Fail : No data in EEPROM of RXBFB

Fail : CardBox : BWPP CMEM(M) Error

Fail : CardBox : BWPP CMEM(M) Error

37

38

39

40

41

42

Fail : HostBox : SDRAM Error

33

Fail : HostBox : SCSI Error

Fail : No data in EEPROM of DVSC

32

36

Fail : HV+155V

31

Fail : HostBox : RTC Error

Fail : A-90V

30

35

Fail : A+BV

29

Fail : HostBox : SRAM Error

Fail : HV-37V

28

34

D+24V=Lower Voltage Error! : V=XXXX etc

Fail : D+24V

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BWPP : CMEM(B)63 Read/Write Error

RXBF B : Register Read/Write Error

RXBF A : Register Read/Write Error

DVSC : Flash ROM Read Error

DVSC : SCSI Controller Register Error

DVSC : RTC function Error

DVSC : SRAM Read/Write Error

DVSC : SDRAM Read/Write Error

HV+155V=Lower Voltage Error! : V=XXXX etc

A-90V=Lower Voltage Error! : V=XXXX etc

A+BV=Lower Voltage Error! : V=XXXX etc

HV-37V=Lower Voltage Error! : V=XXXX etc

Error Log Message

Diagnostic Messages (Sheet 3 of 5)

No. Diagnostics Message

Table 6-1

E Module

E Module

Enter EEPROM
data in RXBFB
EEPROM.

E Module

E Module

Host Module

Host Module

Host Module

Host Module

Host Module

Enter EEPROM
data in DVSC
EEPROM.

Power Module

Power Module

Power Module

Power Module

Power Module

A51 on
A48

A51 on
A48

A46

A46

A46

A70

A70

A70

A70

A70

A70

A66

A66

A66

A66

Expected
Failed
Failure Location PCB

CMEM on
BWPP

CMEM on
BWPP

RXBF B

RXBF B

RXBF A

DVSC

DVSC

DVSC

DVSC

DVSC

DVSC

DTPS

DTPS

DTPS

DTPS

Failed
PCB
Name

Diagnostic Messages

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Fail : CardBox : CFPR ASIC(U20) Error

Fail : CardBox : CFPR LUTRAM(U4) Error

Fail : No data in EEPROM of CFPR

Fail : CardBox : DPPR(DSP) Run Error

Fail : CardBox : DPPR(DSP) Misloading

Fail : CardBox : DPPR(DSP) Inital Error

Fail : CardBox : DPPR CMEM(D) Error

53

54

55

56

57

58

59

Fail : CardBox : CFPR CMEM(TP) Error

49

Fail : CardBox : CFPR FPGA(U38) Error

Fail : CardBox : CFPR CMEM(TP) Error

48

52

Fail : CardBox : CFPR CMEM(V) Error

47

Fail : CardBox : CFPR SDRC(U14, U19) Error

Fail : CardBox : CFPR CMEM(V) Error

46

51

Fail : CardBox : CFPR CMEM(Mc) Error

45

Fail : CardBox : CFPR RAM(NoiseCutFPGA) Error

Fail : No data in EEPROM of SUBC

44

50

SUBC : RACS Run Error

Fail : CardBox : SUBC RUN Error

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DPPR : DSP Program Init Error

DPPR : DSP Program Loading Error

DPPR : DSP Program Hang up

CFPR : LUT RAM U4 Error

CFPR : CFP2 ASIC U20 Error

CFPR : Noise Cut FPGA RAM Error

CFPR : SDRC U14,U19 Error

CFPR : Noise Cut FPGA U38 Error

CFPR : CMEM(TP)255 Read/Write Error

CFPR : CMEM(TP)63 Read/Write Error

CFPR : CMEM(V)255 Read/Write Error

CFPR : CMEM(V)63 Read/Write Error

CFPR : CMEM(Mc) Read/Write Error

Error Log Message

Diagnostic Messages (Sheet 4 of 5)

No. Diagnostics Message

Table 6-1

E Module

E Module

E Module

E Module

Enter EEPROM
data in CFPR
EEPROM.

E Module

E Module

E Module

E Module

E Module

E Module

E Module

E Module

E Module

E Module

Enter EEPROM
data in SUBC
EEPROM.

E Module

A56-1

A56-1

A56-1

A56-1

A56

A56

A56

A56

A56

A56

A56

A56

A56

A56

DPPR

DPPR

DPPR

DPPR

CFPR

CFPR

CFPR

CFPR

CFPR

CFPR

CFPR

CFPR

CFPR

CFPR

CFPR

SUBC

A50

A56

SUBC

Failed
PCB
Name

A50

Expected
Failed
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Fail : No data in EEPROM of DPPR

60

61

62

63

64

SRAM Error Code XXXX

Warning : Operator is not connected.

Temperature Error

FAN Stop Error

Error Log Message

Diagnostic Messages (Sheet 5 of 5)

No. Diagnostics Message

Table 6-1

Host Module

Control Panel

E Module

MO, Software
Regulated Fan,
or Rear FAN is
stopped

Enter EEPROM
data in CFPR
EEPROM.

A70

A10

A56-1

Expected
Failed
Failure Location PCB

DVSC

OPCT

MO Fan,
Rear
Panel Fan,
or SWRG
Fan

DPPR

Failed
PCB
Name

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3.0 Diagnostic Indicators


Diagnostic light emitting diodes (LEDs), located on the side of the host module,
provide indications of the boot progress, the system status, and some
subsystem failures. The legend shown in Figure 6-1 depicts the LED status for
the Off (extinguished), On (illuminated), and flashing (OnOff) conditions.
Table 3-1, Component Designations, on page 3-2 identifies the acronyms
that are used in this chapter to identify devices.
LED Legend

The LEDs in the following diagrams are


depicted according to the legend presented to the left.

LED Off

LED On

LED Cycling On and Off

Figure 6-1

LED Legend

Figure 6-2 shows the status of the LEDs as they are progressively
extinguished during the boot sequence. Figure 6-3 shows the LED status after
boot is completed, both with and without the DIMAQ-IP module connected.
Note: The LED designated with the V character represents the 5V supply. This
LED is illuminated when 5V power is available.

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Diagnostic Indicators

Boot Sequence

Begin Boot
Initialize CPU (DVSC)
Initialize SDRAM (DVSC)

Initialize Video Output

Light on Other LEDs

Initialize Serial
Initialize DVSC
Initialize Graphic Function

Initialize the Connection


Between Control Panel and the
G60 S

Display LCD and Startup Image

Display Progress Bar

Set RTC

Copy System Software from Flash ROM


Boot Windows CE and System Software
Boot Complete

Figure 6-2

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After completion of the boot sequence, the LEDs shown in Figure 6-3 indicate
the following conditions:
LED 1 illuminates only during the boot sequence. When Off, it indicates
that the boot sequence has been completed.
LED 2 illuminates after completion of the boot sequence, if the WindowsCE and system software have been initialized.
LED 3 flashes after completion of the boot sequence, when keys, encoders, or volumes are operated.
LED 4 illuminates after completion of the boot sequence to indicate that the
DSP on the DPPR has malfunctioned.
LED 5 illuminates after completion of the boot sequence, to indicate that
the DIMAQ-IP module is connected.
LED 6 flashes at one second intervals to indicate that the CPU is operating.
LED 7 illuminates when a cooling fan fails: The MO fan, two E module fans,
and two switching regulator fans are included in this circuit.
LED 8 illuminates when the temperature in the E module exceeds the overtemperature limit of 80 C (176 F).

System without DIMAQ-IP after Boot

System with DIMAQ-IP after Boot

Figure 6-3

Diagnostic LED Status After Boot Completed

4.0 Troubleshooting the DIMAQ-IP


Use the following instructions to troubleshoot the DIMAQ-IP.

4.1 Review Switch Failure


If the DIMAQ-IP screen does not appear when the REVIEW control is selected,
use the following instructions to troubleshoot the failure.
1. Verify that a patient name and ID number are entered.
2. Verify that HDD is selected (not MOD) for Storage on the Preset Menu.
3. Access DIMAQ-IP through the Service Menu by selecting DIMAQ-IP Maintenance; a blank screen indicates a DIMAQ-IP failure.
If the trackball and SET or ENTER operate properly, the DIMAQ-IP software and Windows are running, but applications are not active. Loss of the
trackball control indicates the loss of the internal Ethernet communication.
Restart the DIMAQ-IP by rebooting Windows 2000 (Start Restart).

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Observe the screen during the reboot to detect HDD error messages. If
errors are detected, run the Scan Disk application from the Start Programs Accessories System Tools menu. If no errors are detected
on the HDD, reboot the system.
4. If DIMAQ-IP still does not function properly, load new DIMAQ-IP software.

4.2 Corrupted Images and Clips


If, when REVIEW is selected, corrupted images or clips are displayed, the
following failures can be the cause.
1. New images or clips produced by real-time scanning are corrupted, but
images loaded from studies on the HDD or from a CD are not corrupted.
Corruption of ultrasound images is caused by a failure in the host module
or the failure of the image transfer path (serial). Inspect and test the host
module and the serial path; replace the host module if necessary.
2. New images from real-time scanning are not corrupted, but images
recalled from the HDD or from a CD are corrupted.
The corruption of images loaded from the HDD or a CD is caused by the
DIMAQ-IP software or by the CD-R/W drive software. Reload the DIMAQIP software to resolve the problem.

5.0 Rebooting the System Software


Use the following instructions to reboot the system software after a system
failure.
Note: The re-boot of the DIMAQ-IP is described in "Review Switch Failure"
(page 6-11).

Powering down and re-energizing the G50 or the G60 S will perform a
complete (cold) boot of all subsystem software.
The following instructions describe the re-boot of the system software only (soft
or warm boot). Use this procedure if the system locks up.
1. Press and hold down the New Patient key.
2. Locate the key bearing the small square on its key cap: This key is located
above the VCR key.
3. Press and hold down the key bearing the small square on its key cap.
4. Press and hold down the Freeze key: Press and hold the New Patient +
Square + Freeze keys to perform a soft boot of the system software.

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6.0 Diagnostic Flow Charts


Figure 6-4 through Figure 6-12 provide a series of flow charts for
troubleshooting a malfunctioning G50 or G60 S.
Table 3-1, Component Designations, on page 3-2 identifies the acronyms
that are used in this chapter to identify devices.
Use the hyperlinks on page 6-14 to jump to the chart indicated by the symptom
encountered.
Refer to the following chapters in this manual for additional information:
Chapter 2; "System Architecture" (page 2-1)
Chapter 3; "Power Distribution" (page 3-1)
The remove and replace procedures for the major components are included in
"Removing and Replacing Spare Parts" (page 4-1).

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Warning: The G50 and the G60 S contain hazardous voltages that can range from 90 Vac to
264 Vac. These voltages can cause serious injury or death. Only authorized service personnel
are permitted to remove protective covers and access the energized components of this system.

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Diagnostic Flow Charts

Start

Hyperlinks
Boot-up Ok?

No

Replace Host Module

Yes
Resolved
Monitor Ok?

No

Figure 6-5 Chart A: Monitor

Yes
Resolved
Control Panel
Ok?

No

Figure 6-6 Chart B: Control Panel

Yes
Resolved
B-mode Ok?

No

Figure 6-7 Chart C: B-mode Imaging

Yes
Resolved
Color Flow Ok?

No

Figure 6-8 Chart D: Color Flow

Yes
Resolved
Doppler Ok?

No

Figure 6-9 Chart E: Doppler

Yes
Resolved
ECG Ok?

No

Figure 6-10 Chart F: ECG

Yes
Resolved
OEM and
Peripherals
Ok?

No

Figure 6-11 Chart G: OEMs and


Peripherals

Yes
Resolved
IPPC Module
Ok?

Figure 6-12 Chart H: DIMAQ-IP

No

Figure 6-4

Troubleshooting Flow Chart (Starting Page)

Yes
End

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Monitor switch is on and


power is arriving at the
monitor.

No

Verify voltage and switch.

Yes

Monitor LED
green?

No:
Yellow indicates no synch.

Replace the monitor.

Yes

Displayed
image Ok?

No

Monitor LED
green?

Yes

No

Yes

Replace host module.

Replace the monitor.

Return

Figure 6-5

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Diagnostic Flow Charts

Slide keyboard
Ok?

LED 3 on side
panel Ok?

No

No

Replace slide keyboard.

Yes

Yes

Main panel
Ok?

Replace host module

Push New Patient > Update >


Set; select Control Panel
Selftest.

No

This routine tests A10; LED 3


does not illuminate during the
test because no
communication with host
module is possible.

Self test Ok?

If switch is defective, it will not


illuminate, but the test will
continue un-interrupted.

No

Replace OPCT PC board

No

Replace main panel.

Yes

Restart system after


completion of the test.

LED 3 on side
panel Ok?

Yes

Yes

Sub panel Ok?

No

LCD display
Ok?

No

Replace host module.

Test Service >


Diagnostics >
Opeator (Control).
Perform LCD read/write
test; it is not a complete
control panel test.

LCD test Ok?

Yes

No

Replace OPCT PC board.

Yes
Yes

LED 3 on side
panel Ok?

Return

No

Yes

Figure 6-6

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Replace sub panel.

Replace main panel.

Replace host module.

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B-mode image
Ok?

No

Perform loop test 4.


Service >
Diagnostics >
E Module Package >
Pattern Check.
Recycle power.

Perform loop test 3.


Service >
Diagnostic >
Power Module.

Replace host module


Loop test 4 and
3 both Ok?

No
No;
4 pass
3 fail

Yes
Replace cable
Failed loop test 4;
passed loop test 3.
Yes;
4 fail
3 pass
Yes
Replace E module
Probe select
Ok?

No

G60 S System

Third Array
Port Option
Installed

No

No

Replace G50 LC E module

Replace G50 Third Array Port


Yes
No
Remove Third
Array Port and
Retest

Yes

Problem
Remains

Yes

Replace G50 LC E module

Yes
TX power
adjust Ok?

Replace G60 S E module.


No

Yes

Test; Service >


Diagnostics >
Power Module.
After test pattern
check, recycle the
system power

Power module
diagnostic
passed.

No

Yes
CINE mode
Ok?

Replace E module.

No

Yes

All B-mode
problems
resolved?

Replace power module.

Replace E module.

No

Replace E module.

Yes
Return

Figure 6-7

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Diagnostic Flow Charts

Color flow
display Ok?

No

Replace E module

No

Replace host module.

No

Replace E module

No

Replace E module

Yes

Use LCD to select


color map.

Color map
select Ok?

Yes

CINE mode
Ok?

Yes

All color flow


problems
resolved.

Yes

Return

Figure 6-8

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Doppler
spectrum Ok?

No

Replace E module.

No

Replace E module.

yes

Doppler trace
Ok?

Yes

Doppler sound
Ok?

No

VCR playback
sound Ok?

No

Replace host module or OPCT


(A10) PC board,

Yes
Yes

CINE mode
Ok?

Replace E module.

No

Replace E module.

Yes

Return

Figure 6-9

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Diagnostic Flow Charts

ECG trace
display Ok?

No

Doppler trace
display Ok?

No

Yes

Yes

ECG gain
adjustment
Ok?

Replace E module.

Replace ECG module.

No

Replace ECG module.

No

Replace E module.

Yes

ECG display
offset Ok?

Yes

ECG trigger
mode Ok?

Yes

No

ECG trace has


red marker?

No

Yes

Replace ECG module.

Replace E module.

Return

Figure 6-10

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Voltage at
outlet Ok?

No

Fuse Ok?

No

Determine and
repair cause of
fuse loss.
Yes

Replace fuse.

Replace power module.

Yes

Black and
white printer
Ok?

No

Printer, power
cord, and switch
Ok?

No

Yes

Replace printer or power cord.

Replace host module.

Yes

Color printer
Ok?

No

Printer, power
cord, and switch
Ok?

No

Yes

Replace printer or power cord.

Replace host module.

Yes

VCR record
and playback
Ok?

No

VCR, power cord,


and switch Ok?

No

Yes

Replace VCR or power cord.

Replace host module.

Yes

USB printer
Ok?

No

Printer, power
cord, and switch
Ok?

No

Yes

Yes

Foot switch
Ok?

No

Replace printer or power cord.

Replace host module.

Replace host module.

Yes

Return

Figure 6-11

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Diagnostic Flow Charts

IPPC display
Ok?

No

Replace IPPC module.

Yes

CINE clip
function Ok?

No

Perform loop test 1.


Service >
Diagnostics>
IPPC Pattern Check.

Loop test 1
Ok?

No

Perform loop test 2.


Service >
Diagnostics>
IPPC Pattern Check.

Yes
Loop test 2
Ok?

No

Yes

Yes

All IPPC
problems
resolved.

Replace host module.

Replace cable.

Replace IPPC module.

Replace IPPC module or host


module.

No

Yes

Return

Figure 6-12

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Chapter 7: Installing the Version 1.2


Software Update on the
G60 S
This chapter provides instructions for the installation of the version 1.2 software
update on the G60 S system.
Note: Perform the complete procedure provided in this chapter, in the sequence
listed, to update the G60 S system and DIMAQ-IP software to version 1.2.
Use the general instructions provided in "Software" (page 8-1) for the installation
of other software updates. See "Installing or Updating the System Software"
(page 8-2) and "Installing or Updating the DIMAQ-IP Software" (page 8-7).

Perform these procedures in the sequence listed:


"Installing the Version 1.2 Software Update" (page 7-2)
"Verifying the Operation of the Software" (page 7-7)

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1.0 Installing the Version 1.2 Software Update


Use the following instructions to install the version 1.2 software update on the
G60 S.

1.1 Preparing for the Version 1.2 Software Update


Use the following instructions to prepare for the installation of the version 1.2
software update.
The original release of the G60 S contained version 1.0 system software and
version 1.022 DIMAQ-IP software. The Speed Info 011/2002/US describes the
update of the version 1.022 DIMAQ-IP software to version 1.023.
Note: The original release of the G50 contains version 1.2 system software and
version 1.2 DIMAQ-IP software; the G50 does not require the installation of this
version 1.2 software update.

1.1.1 Backing Up Service Data


Use the following steps to back up the service data.
1. Energize the G60 S.
Note: On G60 S systems using the version 1.0 software, a formatted MO diskette
is required for the preset and service data backup operation because the MO
drive was incapable of formatting a diskette. Systems using version 1.2 software
support the formatting of MO diskettes.

2. Press the F4 key to display the Preset screen.


3. Select Service from the menu.
4. Enter the password and select the Ok button to display the service software
Main Menu screen.
5. Select the Backup/Restore button to display the Backup / Restore screen.
6. Select the Backup radio button located at the top of the screen.
7. Check the All Packages checkbox.
8. Insert a formatted MO diskette in the MO drive and select the Go button
located at the bottom of the screen, to begin the backup.
9. When the Format Disk message box is displayed, select the Cancel button
to bypass the format operation.
10. The Service Backup [file name] message box will be displayed; accept the
backup name provided or enter a different name and select OK to continue
the backup operation.
11. When the progress bar located on the Backup / Restore screen reaches
100% a Done message will be displayed.
12. Select the Home button and the Exit button to exit the service software.

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1.1.2 Backing Up Presets


Use the following procedure to back up all presets, QuickSets, OB tables, and
formulas
Note: Refer to the Documentation and Storage chapter of the System Reference manual for the preset backup procedure.

1. Press the Review button to view the Study Screen.


2. Select the MO Disk radio button.
3. Select the Preset tab.
4. Select the Store Quicksets button.
5. Check the All Presets checkbox and select the Ok button.
6. In the File Type menu, select General System Presets.
7. Select the Store button.
8. Enter a file name using the keyboard: Include the date and data description
in the file name (MMDDYYGenSysPre).
9. Select the Ok button; select the Ok button to close the message box and to
continue.
10. In the File Type menu, select OB Tables and Formulas.
11. Select the Store button.
12. Enter a file name using the keyboard: Include the date and data description
in the file name (MMDDYYOBTabFor).
13. Select the Ok button; select the Ok button to close the message box and to
continue.
14. In the File Type menu, select Default Settings.
15. Select the Store button.
16. Enter a file name using the keyboard: Include the date and data description
in the file name (MMDDYYDefSet).
17. Select the Ok button; select the Ok button to close the message box and to
continue.
18. In the File Type menu, select Total System Configuration.
19. Select the Store button.
20. Enter a file name using the keyboard: Include the date and data description
in the file name (MMDDYYTotSysCon).
21. Select the Ok button; select the Ok button to close the message box and to
continue.
22. Select the Utility tab and double-click MO and SONOLINE to view the contents of the MO diskette.

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23. Verify that the stored files appear on the diskette: Service Data Backup,
MMDDYYGenSysPre, MMDDYYOBTabFor, MMDDYYDefSet, and MMDDYYTotSysCon.
24. Select Exit.
25. Eject and store the MO diskette.

1.2 Installing the Version 1.2 DIMAQ-IP Software Update


Use the following steps to install the version 1.2 DIMAQ-IP software update.

Caution: The original release of the G60 S contained version 1.0 system software and version 1.022 DIMAQ-IP software. The Speed Info 011/2002/US
describes the update of the version 1.022 DIMAQ-IP software to version 1.023.
On existing G60 S systems, the version 1.0 system software will operate acceptably with both the version 1.023 DIMAQ-IP software and the version 1.2
DIMAQ-IP software; to avoid problems, update the version 1.022 or 1.023
DIMAQ-IP software to version 1.2, before updating the system software to version 1.2.

Caution: Update of the DIMAQ-IP software will over-write all data on the HDD.
Before beginning the installation of the DIMAQ-IP software update, back up all
customer exam and patient data to a CD.

1. Energize the G60 S.


2. Press the Review key to display the Study screen.
3. Press the F11 key.
4. At the keyboard, enter eng (three letters in lower case).
5. Press the F11 key to display a DIMAQ-IP version window.
6. Record the DIMAQ-IP version information.
7. Select the Cancel button to exit the DIMAQ-IP version window.
8. If the DIMAQ-IP version is 1.2, the version 1.2 DIMAQ-IP update need not
be installed: Continue with "Installing the Version 1.2 System Software
Update" (page 7-6).
9. Back up all exam and patient data to a CD before continuing with the
DIMAQ-IP software update.
10. Open the upper-rear panel of the system to expose the Microsoft Windows
label attached to the DIMAQ-IP.
11. Record the 20 characters of the Microsoft Windows 2000 Product Identification code; this license code is required to enable the new software.
12. Close the upper-rear panel.
13. Press the F4 key and select the Service menu item.
14. Enter the service password and select the Ok button to display the Main
Menu screen.

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15. Select the DIMAQ-IP Maintenance button located on the Main Menu
screen to display the Windows 2000 screen running on the DIMAQ-IP module.
16. Insert the CD containing the version 1.2 DIMAQ-IP software, in the CD
drive.
17. Move the mouse pointer to the bottom of the screen to display the Windows
toolbar, and select the Start button.
18. Select Shutdown Restart from the menu.
19. The DIMAQ-IP will reboot from the software CD; the display of the BIOS
and Windows boot screens will be followed by the software installation window.
20. The blue Radisys logo will be displayed.
21. The software installation requires approximately 5 minutes: The R:\>
prompt appears when the installation is completed.
22. After the R:\> prompt appears, remove the software CD.
23. Operate the power switch to shut down the system: After two minutes, if the
system has not powered down, operate the circuit breaker located at the
rear of the system to de-energize it.
24. After the system has powered down, wait 15 seconds and re-energize the
system and allow it to boot.
25. Press the F4 key and select the Service menu item.
26. Enter the service password.
27. Select the DIMAQ-IP Maintenance button located on the Main Menu
screen to display the Windows 2000 screen running on the DIMAQ-IP module.
28. Enter the Windows 2000 Product Identification code and select the Ok button.
29. Wait until the DIMAQ-IP powers down, then de-energize the system.
30. Wait 15 seconds and re-energize the system.
31. Allow the DIMAQ-IP to boot completely; the boot process requires approximately 5 minutes.
32. Press the Review button.
33. Observe the DIMAQ Study Screen with the HD radio button selected; this
indicates the success of the software update.
34. Create an image file, using any transducer, and assign a patient name and
patient identification number to it; this file will be used to verify the operation
of the CD.
35. Export the image file to the CD to verify its operation.
36. Verify that the exported image can be viewed by the system.
37. Delete the exported image from the HDD.

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38. Reload the image file from the CD to the system.

Caution: Do not attempt to reload the DIMAQ-IP version 1.023 software to a


system that is operating with version 1.2 system software installed. This operation will fail and display the following message: Please check the DIMAQ-IP
software version; DIMAQ- IP will shut down soon.

1.3 Installing the Version 1.2 System Software Update


Use the following steps to install the version 1.2 system software update.
1. Insert the MO diskette containing the version 1.2 software in the MO drive.
2. Press the F4 key to display the Preset screen.
3. Use the trackball to scroll down the menu to the System/Language menu
item and select that menu item.
4. Press SET.
5. Select the Retain Current Preset radio button: the system automatically
stores the settings for all existing system presets, QuickSets, OB tables
and formulas, and the current language selection.
6. Select the Upgrade System button.
7. The system instructs the user to restart the system: Restart the system by
pressing the green On/Off switch to de-energize the system.
8. Wait 15 seconds and then press the green On/Off switch to energize the
system.
9. The system will display a progress bar at the bottom of the screen, as the
system software installation proceeds; the loading of the software requires
approximately 10 minutes.
10. When the software installation process is completed, the system displays
the active image screen.
11. Press the MO eject button to remove the diskette.
Note: If additional disks are required to complete the installation, follow the
instructions displayed on the screen.

1.4 Restoring the Service Data


Use the following instructions to restore the service data.
1. Press the F4 key and select the Service menu item.
2. Enter the service password and select the Ok button to display the Main
Menu screen.
3. Select the Backup/Restore button to display the Backup / Restore screen.
4. Select the Restore radio button located at the top of the screen.
5. Check the All Packages checkbox to restore all service data.

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6. Insert the MO disk that contains the appropriate backup into the MO drive:
See "Backing Up Service Data" (page 7-2).
7. Select the Go button located at the bottom of the screen to begin the
restore process.

Caution: Selecting the Cancel button during an incomplete service data restore
procedure will leave the system inoperable: Do no select the Cancel button
when restoring service data.

8. Eject the MO disk from the MO drive.


9. Select the Home button and the Exit button to exit the service software.

2.0 Verifying the Operation of the Software


After the G60 S version 1.2 software update is completed, perform the
following steps to verify that the software is operational.
1. Confirm that no warning message is displayed on the monitor.
2. Press the F4 key to display the Preset screen.
3. Use the trackball to select the Service menu item.
4. Press SET.
5. At the service password entry screen, verify that the correct software version is displayed.
Note: Serial numbers appear in two formats. Serial numbers assigned to European systems carry the prefix of GAE; other serial numbers carry the prefix of
GAA. Both types of serial numbers contain a four digit number in addition to the
prefix.

6. At the System Information screen, verify that the correct system Serial No.
is displayed: The number displayed on the System Information screen
should be identical to the system Serial Number recorded on the label
attached to the rear of the system.

The installation of the version 1.2 software update is complete.

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Chapter 8: Software
This chapter provides information on the G50 and the G60 S software
installation and the use of the service software.
The following topics are presented in this chapter:
1.0 Installing or Updating the System Software ..................................8-2
2.0 Installing or Updating the DIMAQ-IP Software ..............................8-7
3.0 Installing the Product Feature Keys ..............................................8-10
4.0 Uninstalling the Product Feature Keys ..........................................8-14
5.0 Service Software Operation ..........................................................8-17
6.0 Service Screens and Menus .........................................................8-19

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1.0 Installing or Updating the System Software


Use the following general instructions to install and test the system software on
the G50 and the G60 S.
Note: See "Installing the Version 1.2 Software Update on the G60 S" (page 7-1)
for specific instructions covering the installation of the version 1.2 system software update on the G60 S system.

The original release of the G60 S contained version 1.0 system software and
version 1.022 DIMAQ-IP software. The Speed Info 011/2002/US describes the
update of the version 1.022 DIMAQ-IP software to version 1.023.
The original release of the G50 contains version 1.2 system software and
version 1.2 DIMAQ-IP software.

1.1 Installing the Software


The following steps describe the installation of the system software version 1.2
on the G50 and the G60 S.

Caution: Currently, the version number of the DIMAQ-IP software installed on a


system cannot be verified at the system; this bug will be remedied soon.
On existing G60 S systems, the version 1.0 system software will operate acceptably with both the version 1.023 DIMAQ-IP software and the version 1.2
DIMAQ-IP software; to avoid problems, update the version 1.022 or 1.023
DIMAQ-IP software to version 1.2, before updating the system software to version 1.2. See "Installing or Updating the DIMAQ-IP Software" (page 8-7) for this
procedure.

1. Energize the G50 or the G60 S system.


Note: On G60 S systems using the version 1.0 software, a formatted MO diskette
is required for the preset and service data backup operation because the MO
drive was incapable of formatting a diskette. On systems using version 1.2 the
formatting of MO diskettes is supported.

2. Back up the existing service data according to the instructions provided in


"Backup/Restore" (page 8-36).
Note: Refer to the Documentation and Storage chapter of the System Reference manual for the preset backup procedure.

3. Use the following procedure to back up all presets, QuickSets, OB tables,


and formulas:
a. Press the Review button to view the Study Screen.
b. Select the MO Disk radio button.
c. Select the Preset tab.
d. Select the Store Quicksets button.
e. Check the All Presets checkbox and select the Ok button.

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f.

In the File Type menu, select General System Presets.

g. Select the Store button.


h. Enter a file name using the keyboard: Include the date and data
description in the file name (MMDDYYGenSysPre).
i.

Select the Ok button; select the Ok button to close the message box
and to continue.

j.

In the File Type menu, select OB Tables and Formulas.

k. Select the Store button.


l.

Enter a file name using the keyboard: Include the date and data
description in the file name (MMDDYYOBTabFor).

m. Select the Ok button; select the Ok button to close the message box
and to continue.
n. In the File Type menu, select Default Settings.
o. Select the Store button.
p. Enter a file name using the keyboard: Include the date and data
description in the file name (MMDDYYDefSet).
q. Select the Ok button; select the Ok button to close the message box
and to continue.
r.

In the File Type menu, select Total System Configuration.

s. Select the Store button.


t.

Enter a file name using the keyboard: Include the date and data
description in the file name (MMDDYYTotSysCon).

u. Select the Ok button; select the Ok button to close the message box
and to continue.
v. Select the Utility tab and double-click MO and SONOLINE to view the
contents of the MO diskette.
w. Verify that the stored files appear on the diskette: Service Data Backup,
MMDDYYGenSysPre, MMDDYYOBTabFor, MMDDYYDefSet, and
MMDDYYTotSysCon.
x. Select Exit.
y. Eject and store the MO diskette.

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patient information; back up exam and patient data before updating the DIMA-IP
software.

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4. If the DIMAQ-IP software will be updated, back up all exam and patient
data to a CD before performing the DIMAQ-IP software update.

Caution: If the system software will be upgraded (or downgraded to an earlier


version) for testing or to resolve an operational problem, the feature keys for
options that are not supported by the installed version will be lost. To avoid this
problem, uninstall all feature keys before upgrading or downgrading the system
software. See "Uninstalling the Product Feature Keys" (page 8-14).
The uninstallation of all feature keys is a precaution. Experienced customer service engineers (CSEs) may choose to leave the keys installed.

5. If deemed necessary, uninstall the feature keys from the system according
to the instructions provided in "Uninstalling the Product Feature Keys"
(page 8-14).
6. If the system software is being updated to version 1.2, update the DIMAQIP software to version 1.2 before continuing this procedure: See "Installing or Updating the DIMAQ-IP Software" (page 8-7).
Note: The version 1.2 software update is described in "Installing the Version 1.2
Software Update on the G60 S" (page 7-1).

7. Insert the MO diskette containing the version 1.2 software in the MO drive.
8. Press the F4 key to display the Preset screen shown in Figure 8-1.

Scroll down to System/Language menu item.


Figure 8-1

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9. Use the trackball to scroll down the menu (Figure 8-1) to the
System/Language menu item; select the that menu item.
10. Press SET.
11. Select one of the following actions displayed on the screen:

Retain Current Preset: the system automatically stores the settings for
all existing system presets, QuickSets, OB tables and formulas, and
the current language selection.
Initialize Preset: all the user-defined settings for the system presets,
QuickSets, and OB tables and formulas are deleted and the language
is set to English.

12. Select the Upgrade System button.


13. Perform the appropriate tasks listed in Table 7, If Then Conditional
Table, on page 8-5.
If the condition in column one is true then perform the action listed in column two of the same row.
Table 7

If Then Conditional Table

If...

Then...

Retain Current Preset


was selected.

The system instructs the user to restart the system.


Restart the system by pressing the green On/Off switch to deenergize the system. Wait 15 seconds and then press the
green On/Off switch to energize the system.

Initialize Preset was


selected.

The system displays a caution message, warning that the


presets will be deleted.
The system requests confirmation to delete the presets and
continue. Select the Yes button to continue; selecting the No
button returns the view to the System/Language screen.
When the Yes button is selected, the system instructs the
user to restart the system.
Restart the system by pressing the green On/Off switch to deenergize the system. Wait 15 seconds and then press the
green On/Off switch to energize the system.

14. The system will display a progress bar at the bottom of the screen, as the
system software installation proceeds; the loading of the software requires
approximately 10 minutes.
15. When the software installation process is completed, the system displays
the active image screen.
16. Press the MO eject button to remove the diskette.
Note: If additional disks are required to complete the installation, follow the
instructions displayed on the screen.

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17. Install the product feature keys as described in "Installing the Product Feature Keys" (page 8-10).
18. Restore the service data according to the instructions provided in "Backup/
Restore" (page 8-36).

1.2 Verifying the Operation of the Software


After the G50 or the G60 S software completes the installation of the system
software, perform the following steps to verify that the software is operational.
1. Confirm that no warning message is displayed on the monitor.
2. Press the F4 key to display the Preset screen.
3. Use the trackball to select the Service menu item.
4. Press SET.
5. Start up the service software as described in Figure 8-8.
6. At the password entry screen (Figure 8-9), verify that the correct software
version is displayed.
Note: Serial numbers appear in two formats. Serial numbers assigned to European systems carry the prefix of GAE; other serial numbers carry the prefix of
GAA. Both types of serial numbers contain a four digit number in addition to the
prefix.

7. At the System Information screen shown in Figure 8-13, verify that the correct system Serial No. is displayed: The number displayed on the System
Information screen should be identical to the system Serial Number
recorded on the label attached to the rear of the system.

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2.0 Installing or Updating the DIMAQ-IP Software


Use the following instructions to install or update the DIMAQ-IP software on the
G50 or the G60 S.
Note: See "Installing the Version 1.2 Software Update on the G60 S" (page 7-1)
for specific instructions covering the installation of that DIMAQ-IP software
update version 1.2 on the G60 S system.

Caution: The original release of the G60 S contained version 1.0 system software and version 1.022 DIMAQ-IP software. The Speed Info 011/2002/US
describes the update of the version 1.022 DIMAQ-IP software to version 1.023.
The original release of the G50 contains version 1.2 system software and version 1.2 DIMAQ-IP software.
On existing G60 S systems, the version 1.0 system software will operate acceptably with both the version 1.023 DIMAQ-IP software and the version 1.2
DIMAQ-IP software; to avoid problems, update the version 1.022 or 1.023
DIMAQ-IP software to version 1.2, before updating the system software to version 1.2.

2.1 Determining the DIMAQ-IP Software Version


Perform the following steps to determine the DIMAQ-IP software version
number.
1. Press the Review key to display the Study screen.
2. Press the F11 key.
3. At the keyboard, enter eng (three letters in lower case).
4. Press the F11 key to display a DIMAQ-IP version window.
5. Record the DIMAQ-IP version information.
6. Select the Cancel button to exit the DIMAQ-IP version window.

2.2 Installing the DIMAQ-IP Software


Use the following instructions to install the DIMAQ-IP software on the G50 or
the G60 S.

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data on the HDD. Before beginning the installation of DIMAQ-IP software, back
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1. Back up all exam and patient data to a CD before continuing with the
DIMAQ-IP software update.

Caution: Failure of the DIMAQ-IP software installation or update will not normally destroy presets or service data. As a precaution, this data can be backed
up according to the procedures provided in "Backup/Restore" (page 8-36) and
at step 3. (backing up presets) on page 8-2.

2. On the G60 S, save the feature key for the Stress Echo option by performing the procedure "Uninstalling the Product Feature Keys" (page 8-14).
Note: The Stress Echo feature key must be reinstalled after the DIMAQ-IP software is updated. See "Installing the Product Feature Keys" (page 8-10).

3. Open the upper-rear panel of the system to expose the Microsoft Windows
label attached to the DIMAQ-IP.
4. Record the 20 characters of the Microsoft Windows 2000 Product Identification code; this license code is required to enable the new software.
5. Close the upper-rear panel.
6. Press the F4 key and select the Service menu item.
7. Access the Service software according to the instructions in "Service Software Operation" (page 8-17).
8. Select the DIMAQ-IP Maintenance button located on the Main Menu
screen (Figure 8-10) to display the Windows 2000 screen running on the
DIMAQ-IP module.
9. Insert the CD containing the version 1.2 DIMAQ-IP software, in the CD
drive.
10. Move the mouse pointer to the bottom of the screen to display the Windows
toolbar, and select the Start button.
11. Select Shutdown Restart from the menu.
Note: The DIMAQ-IP will boot from the CD drive if Windows is restarted with a
bootable CD installed in the CD drive.

12. The DIMAQ-IP will reboot from the software CD; the display of the BIOS
and Windows boot screens will be followed by the software installation window.
13. The blue Radisys logo will be displayed.
14. The software installation requires approximately 5 minutes: The R:\>
prompt appears when the installation is completed.
15. After the R:\> prompt appears, remove the software CD.
16. Operate the power switch to shut down the system: After two minutes, if the
system has not powered down, operate the circuit breaker located at the
rear of the system to de-energize it.
17. After the system has powered down, wait 15 seconds and re-energize the
system.

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18. Press the F4 key and select the Service menu item.
19. Enter the service password.
20. Select the DIMAQ-IP Maintenance button (Figure 8-10) located on the
Main Menu screen to display the Windows 2000 screen running on the
DIMAQ-IP module.
21. Enter the Windows 2000 Product Identification code and select the Ok button.
22. Wait until the DIMAQ-IP powers down, then de-energize the system.
23. Wait 15 seconds and re-energize the system.
24. Allow the DIMAQ-IP to boot completely; the boot process requires approximately 5 minutes.
25. Press the Review button.
26. Observe the DIMAQ Study Screen with the HD radio button selected; this
indicates the success of the software update.
27. Create an image file, using any transducer, and assign a patient name and
patient identification number to it; this file will be used to verify the operation
of the CD.
28. Export the image file to the CD to verify its operation.
Note: On systems using the DIMAQ-IP software version 1.022, the first attempt
to write an image file to the CD will fail after new software has been installed. To
overcome this bug, attempt to export the image file to the CD; this attempt will fail.
Create a second image file and export both image files to a different CD: This
attempt to export the files to the CD should succeed. This bug was corrected by
version 1.023 and 1.2 DIMAQ-IP software.

29. Verify that the exported image can be viewed by the system.
30. Delete the exported image from the HDD.
31. Reload the image file from the CD to the system.
32. Restore the Stress Echo feature key according to the instructions provided
in "Installing the Product Feature Keys" (page 8-10).

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system that is operating with version 1.2 system software installed. This operation will fail and display the following message: Please check the DIMAQ-IP
software version; DIMAQ- IP will shut down soon.

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3.0 Installing the Product Feature Keys


Use the following instructions to install product feature keys; these keys enable
features that are licensed for use.
Note: The procedure presented here describes the installation of the Stress Echo
feature on the G60 S system; this option requires the presence of the DIMAQ-IP
module.

See "Uninstalling the Product Feature Keys" (page 8-14) for instructions for the
removal of the feature keys from the system.
1. Energize the G50 or the G60 S.
2. Confirm that the time display located in the upper right corner of the screen
is correct: Adjust the time display if necessary.
3. Press the F4 key to display the Preset screen shown in Figure 8-2.

Figure 8-2

Preset Screen

4. Use the trackball to select the Installation from Key Disk menu item indicated in Figure 8-2.

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5. Press the SET key to display the feature installation screen shown in
Figure 8-3.
Note: The installation of specific feature keys can require the existence of previously installed options or specific software revision levels; for example, the Stress
Echo feature requires the presence of the DIMAQ-IP.

6. Verify that prerequisite options are installed on the system; for the Stress
Echo option, verify that the DIMAQ-IP option is present in the Installed
Options list indicated in Figure 8-3.
Note: A feature key disk can only be used to enable an option on the system for
which it was provided. A key disk will be required for each option installed on each
individual system.

7. Insert the Stress Echo option key disk in the MO drive.


8. Use the trackball to select the Install button shown in Figure 8-3.
9. Press the SET key.

Figure 8-3

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10. In the confirmation dialog box displayed (see Figure 8-4), use the trackball
and the SET key to select the OK button.

Figure 8-4

Start Dialog Box

11. The Stress Echo feature key will be installed and a confirmation dialog box
displayed: Select the OK button in the dialog box to complete the installation.
12. Verify that the Stress Echo item now appears in the Installed Option list of
the feature installation screen (Figure 8-3).
13. Verify that the Stress Echo menu item now appears in the menu item list of
the Preset screen (Figure 8-2).
14. On the Preset screen, select the Stress Echo menu item and press the SET
key: The Maintenance screen shown in Figure 8-5 will be displayed.

Figure 8-5

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15. On the Stress Echo Maintenance screen, select the Quit button to return to
the imaging screen.
16. Eject the MO disk from the MO drive.
17. Press the ESC key to exit from the Installation from Key Disk screen and
return to the imaging screen.
18. Install the Stress Echo option label provided, at the rear of the system, with
the other option labels.
19. Store the Stress Echo Feature Key disk for future use.

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4.0 Uninstalling the Product Feature Keys


Use the following instructions to uninstall feature keys from the G50 or the
G60 S.

Caution: If the system software is upgraded (or downgraded to an earlier version) for testing, or to resolve an operational problem, the feature keys for
options that are not supported by the installed version will be lost. To avoid this
problem, uninstall all feature keys before upgrading or downgrading the system
software. Uninstall each feature key; insert the original feature key diskette and
activate the uninstall operation to store the feature key on the diskette.

The uninstallation of the Stess Echo option is described here as an example.


1. Energize the G50 or the G60 S.
2. Press the F4 key to display the Preset screen shown in Figure 8-6.

Figure 8-6

Preset Screen

3. Use the trackball to select the Installation from Key Disk menu item indicated in Figure 8-6.

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4. Press the SET key to display the feature installation screen shown in
Figure 8-7.

Caution: Uninstalling a prerequisite feature key, before uninstalling a feature


that it supports, can cause the loss of the supported feature key. Uninstall the
Stress Echo feature key before uninstalling the DIMAQ-IP software feature key.

5. Verify what prerequisite options are installed on the system; for the Stress
Echo option, verify that the DIMAQ-IP option is present in the Installed
Options list indicated in Figure 8-3.
Note: A feature key disk can only be used to enable an option on the system for
which it was provided. A key disk will be required for each option installed on each
individual system.

6. Insert the Stress Echo option key disk in the MO drive; use the original key
disk that used to install the feature key.
7. Use the trackball to select the Uninstall button shown in Figure 8-7.
8. Press the SET key.

Figure 8-7

Feature Installation Screen

9. When the uninstall procedure is completed, verify that the Stress Echo
menu item no longer appears in the menu item list of the Preset screen
(Figure 8-6) nor on the Installed Option list (Figure 8-7).
10. Eject the MO disk from the MO drive.

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11. Press the ESC key to exit from the Installation from Key Disk screen and
return to the imaging screen.
12. Store the Stress Echo Feature Key disk for future use.

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5.0 Service Software Operation


The Service Software functions allow the user to verify the operation of the
hardware and to detect failed circuit boards. Use the methods described in this
section to investigate the cause of malfunctions and the circumstances that
existed when the malfunction occurred.
The Service Software screens support only the English language.

5.1 Starting Up the Service Software


The flow chart shown in Figure 8-8 displays the start-up sequence for the
service software. Figure 8-9 shows the Authentication (password) screen.
When this screen is displayed, enter the password and select the OK button.
Access all service software functions from the Main Menu screen shown in
Figure 8-10.

Start

Open Preset Screen

Select Ok Button

Select Service

Enter Password

Select Ok Button

Password Correct?

No
Message: Password is Wrong

Yes

Main Menu Displayed

Figure 8-8

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Service

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Authentication

Service Software
Site Name: XXXX Hospital
System Serial Number: XXXXXX
Product SW Version: X.X.XXX

Please enter password

Ok

Cancel

Figure 8-9

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Service

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Main Menu

Service Software
Site Name: XXXX Hospital
System Serial Number: XXXXXX
Product SW Version: X.X.XXX

Site

System

HW/SW

Transducer

Diagnostics

Log

Service
History

Backup /
Restore

Imaging
Test Pattern

DIMAQ IP
Maintenance

Exit

Figure 8-10

Main Menu Screen

5.2 Exiting the Service Software


To exit the service software, return to the Main Menu screen by selecting the
Home button located on most screens. At the Main Menu screen, select the
Exit button to exit the service software.

6.0 Service Screens and Menus


This section describes the screens, buttons, and menus that can be accessed
for service activities.

6.1 The Main Menu Screen


The Main Menu screen shown in Figure 8-10 displays data and provides
access to all other service screens. The following section describes the data
and menu items located on the Main Menu screen.

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The Main Menu screen (Figure 8-10) displays the data items listed in Table 8-1.
Table 8-1

Main Menu Screen Data

Data

Description

Site Name

The name entered in the Hospital field of the Site Information screen shown in Figure 8-11. See Table 8-4.

System Serial Number

The system serial number entered in the Serial No.


field of the System Information screen shown in
Figure 8-13.

Product SW Version

The software version entered in the field of the Software Information screen (HW/SW) shown in Figure 816. This version number applies to the system as well
as the software.

Table 8-2 lists the screens and menu items that can be accessed from the Main
Menu screen (Figure 8-10).
Table 8-2

Main Menu Items

Menu Item

Comments

Site

See Site Information Screen on page 8-21.

System

See System Information Screen on page 8-24.

HW/SW

See System Configuration Screen for Hardware on page 8-25.


See System Configuration Screen for Software on page 8-25.
See System Configuration Screen for Peripherals on page 8-26.

Transducer

See Transducer Screen on page 8-27.

Diagnostics

See Diagnostics Screen on page 8-29.

Log

See Log Screen on page 8-30.

Service History

See Service History Screen on page 8-33.

Backup / Restore

See Backup/Restore on page 8-36.

Imaging Test Pattern

See Imaging Test Pattern on page 8-39.

DIMAQ-IP Maintenance

See Installing or Updating the DIMAQ-IP Software on page 8-7.

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Some of the menu items appearing on the Main Menu screen are duplicated as
navigation short cuts on other screens: See Figure 8-11, the Site Information
screen.
Table 8-3 lists these navigation controls and short cuts. These short cuts
operate in the same manner described for the Main Menu items.
Table 8-3

Navigation Controls

Navigation Control

Description

Site

See Site Information Screen on page 8-21.

System

See System Information Screen on page 8-24.

HW / SW

See System Configuration Screen for Hardware on page 8-25.


See System Configuration Screen for Software on page 8-25.
See System Configuration Screen for Peripherals on page 8-26.

Diagnostics

See Diagnostics Screen on page 8-29.

Log

See Log Screen on page 8-30.

Service History

See Service History Screen on page 8-33.

Backup / Restore

See Backup/Restore on page 8-36.

Home

Select the Home button to return to the Main Menu screen.

6.2 Site Information Screen


Access the Site Information screen shown in Figure 8-11 by selecting the Site
button located on the Main Menu screen (Figure 8-10).
Use this screen to edit the value of the data fields located on this screen. Fields
that have no assigned value are displayed blank.

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6.2.1 Data Fields


This section describes the data fields located on the Site Information screen.

Service
Home
Site Information
Address
Site
System

Site Name
Pediatrics

Hospital

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Street

First Street

Street No

1234

Zip Code

95370

Phone No

(408) 555-1212

Name

Joseph Siemens

City

South City

ID

01234567

District

Nebraska

Country

USA

Location
2 East A-54

HW / SW

Diagnostics

Customer or Administrator

Memo
System is energized from
CB 23-W34.

Log

Not approved for use


in Ward 67.

Service History
Backup / Restore

Cancel

Figure 8-11

Input

Save

Site Information Screen

Consult "Output Data File Structure" (page E-1) for the number of characters
that can be entered into each data field.
Table 8-4 lists the data fields located on the Site Information screen and
comments on the nature and use of this data.
Table 8-4

Data Fields (Sheet 1 of 2)

Field Group

Field Title

Comment

Address

Hospital

The hospital name entered here is displayed on the


Main Menu (see Figure 8-10) as the Site Name.

Street
Street Number
Zip Code
Phone No.
City
District
Country
Site Name

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Site Name

Enter the department or exam type here: Pediatrics,


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Table 8-4

Data Fields (Sheet 2 of 2)

Field Group

Field Title

Comment

Location

Location

Enter the building or room number in which the system


is located.

Customer or
Administrator

Name

Enter the name of the individual who is responsible for


the system.

ID

Enter the identity number of the responsible individual.

Memo

Enter additional information that must be associated


with the system.

Memo

6.2.2 Control Buttons


Three control buttons appear at the bottom of the Site Information screen:
Input, Cancel, and Save; these control the editing of the data fields located on
the screen.
Input: Selecting the Input button allows the user to edit the data fields.
Cancel: Selecting the Cancel button displays the message box shown in
See Cancel Message Box on page 8-23. Select the OK button to re-display the information saved in the system memory. Selecting the Cancel
button, located in the cancel message box, returns the screen to the state
that existed before the Cancel button was pressed.
X

Cancel
Do you want to revert to saved data?

Ok

Cancel

Figure 8-12

Cancel Message Box

Save: Selecting the Save button displays the message, Do you want to
save changes? After display of the message, selecting the OK button
saves the data that is currently displayed in the data fields. Selecting the
Cancel button, after display of this message, returns the screen to the state
that existed before the Cancel button was pressed.

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6.3 System Information Screen


Access the System Information screen shown in Figure 8-13 by selecting the
System button located on the Main Menu screen (Figure 8-10).

Service
Home
System Information
System
Site

Product Name Omnia-X


G60 S

System

Set

Serial No. 0123456789

HW / SW

System Use Time hhhh:mm:ss

Reset

Diagnostics
Log
Service History
Backup / Restore

Input

Figure 8-13

System Information Screen

The System Information screen displays the Product Name: G50 or G60 S.
Enter the system Serial Number and zero the value of the System Use Time
(elapsed time) from this screen. Consult "Output Data File Structure" (page E1) for the number of characters that can be entered into the serial number field.
Select the SET button to display the dialog box shown in Figure 8-14; enter
the system serial number in the dialog box and select OK.
The serial number is recorded in the host module and the E module. A
warning message will be displayed if the serial number of the G50 or the
G60 S recorded on each printed circuit board varies among the circuit
boards.
X

Serial Number
Please enter the Serial Number

Ok

Figure 8-14

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Select the Reset button to display a dialog box that allows the zeroing of
the elapsed time displayed in the System Use Time field.

6.4 System Configuration Screen for Hardware


Select the HW/SW button located on the Main Menu screen (Figure 8-10) to
display the System Configuration screen for hardware, software, and
peripherals shown in Figure 8-15.
Select the radio button labeled Hardware that is located on the right side of the
System Configuration screen to display the System Configuration for Hardware
screen.

Service
Home
System Configuration - Hardware
Assy No.
Site
System
HW / SW

Diagnostics
Log
Service History
Backup / Restore

Figure 8-15

Assy Name

AS No

Hardware

A30

ECGX

Software

A36
A36-2
A40
A42
A44
A46
A46
A48
A50
A51
A51
A56
A56-1
A66

PSEL
A3RD
STRX
TXBF
STRX
RXBFA
RXBFB
BWPP
SUBC
CMEM(B)63
CMEM(V)63
CFPR
DPPR
DTPS

1
0
3
1
0

A70
A72

DVSC
BPVM

1
2

Peripheral

1
1
0
1
1
1
3
2
1

System Configuration Screen for Hardware

The System Configuration Hardware screen displays the data values recorded
in an EEPROM located on each assembly: Assy Name and AS No.

6.5 System Configuration Screen for Software


Select the HW/SW button located on the Main Menu screen (Figure 8-10) to
display the System Configuration screen for hardware, software, and
peripherals shown in Figure 8-15.
Select the radio button labeled Software that is located on the right side of the
System Configuration screen to display the System Configuration Software
screen.

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The System Configuration Software screen displays the installed software


applications according to the name, sub-name, and build or version number of
each application.
The list includes software options installed in the Preset, listing these software
options as Option in the sub-name column and representing their versions as a
hyphen.
If the complete list of the software applications cannot be displayed on this
screen, a scroll bar appears to the right of the screen. Use the scroll bar to view
the complete list of installed software.

Service
Home
System Configuration - Software
No.

NAME

Sub Name

Build / Ver. No.

Windows CE

3.00

Site

OS

System

Omnia-X Omnia-X

1.0.000

HW / SW

TDI

Option

TDI

Option

Hardware
Software
Peripheral

Diagnostics
Log
Service History
Backup / Restore

Figure 8-16

System Configuration Screen for Software

6.6 System Configuration Screen for Peripherals


Access the System Configuration screen shown in Figure 8-15 by selecting the
HW/SW button located on the Main Menu screen (Figure 8-10).
Select the radio button labeled Peripheral that is located on the right side of the
System Configuration screen to display the System Configuration Peripheral
screen.
Ten data rows are provided on this screen for recording the Equipment Name /
Memo for the peripherals installed on the system.

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Select the Input button to enable editing of the data fields. After entering data or
editing the data fields, select the Save button to record the new data. Select the
Cancel button to display the message box shown in Figure 8-12; select the OK
button on this message box to cancel new data and to re-display the previously
existing data.
Service
Home
System Configuration - Peripheral
No.

Equipment Name / Memo

Modem Siemens M12 28 / 2 / 2000 31 / 4 / 2001

Hardware

Site
System

Software
Peripheral

2
HW / SW

3
4
5
6
Diagnostics

7
Log

8
Service History

Backup / Restore

10

Cancel

Figure 8-17

Input

Save

System Configuration for Peripheral

6.7 Transducer Screen


Access the Transducer screen shown in Figure 8-18 by selecting the
Transducer button located on the Main Menu screen (Figure 8-10).
The Transducer screen lists the names of available transducers by the
Transducer Name and the Transducer ID number.

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Home
Transducer
Site
System
HW / SW

Probe Name

Probe ID

7L40+
5C50+
3C40+
6EV+
P4-2
C8-5

205
208
210
211
212
237

Diagnostics
Log
Service History
Backup / Restore

Figure 8-18

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6.8 Diagnostics Screen


Access the Diagnostics screen shown in Figure 8-19 by selecting the
Diagnostics button located on the Main Menu screen (Figure 8-10).

Service
Home
Diagnostics
Site

HostBox Fail:

Test #1 Erro

All Packages
System
Host Module Package
HW / SW

Pattern Check
Host Module
E Module Package
Pattern Check
E Module
IPPC Pattern Check
Operator

Diagnostics

Power Box

Log
Service History
Backup / Restore

Execution

Figure 8-19

Diagnostics Screen

On the Diagnostics screen, check boxes arranged according to hierarchy


levels are displayed adjacent to related test targets. Checking the box adjacent
to the All Packages label will enable testing of all packages. Checking a box in
the next lower hierarchy will remove the check mark from the All Packages
target and enable testing of all of the targets in the hierarchy that is located
below that checked target. Placing a check in a single box located at the lowest
hierarchy will cause only that target to be tested.
When check marks have been entered in the boxes for the targets that are to
be tested, select the Execution button to test the selected targets. When the
pattern check for the host module, E module, or the DIMAQ-IP is performed,
power down the system and re-energize it to reboot the software.
Observe the monitor as the testing progresses; passfail results will be
displayed in the window located to the right of the diagnostic list.
See "Diagnostic Messages" (page 6-3) for information on the messages. To
determine which spare part contains a failed component cited in the diagnostic
message, see "Component Designations" (page F-1); "Spare Parts" (page C1) lists the spare parts.

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6.9 Log Screen


Access the Log screen shown in Figure 8-20 by selecting the Log button
located on the Main Menu screen (Figure 8-10).
This screen displays buttons that allow access to the Key History Log and Error
Log screens that are discussed in the following sections:
"Key History Log Screen" (page 8-30)
"Error Log Screen" (page 8-32)
Service
Home
Log
System Status
Site
System
Key History Log
HW / SW
Error Log

Diagnostics
Log
Service History
Backup / Restore

Figure 8-20

Log Screen

6.9.1 Key History Log Screen


Select the Key History Log button located on the Log screen (Figure 8-20) to
display the Key History Log screen shown in Figure 8-22.

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The Key History Log screen displays a record of the most recent 512 keyboard,
trackball, and system events. The most recent events appear at the top of the
log screen, arranged in descending chronological order. The events logged in
this screen are recorded according to the formats presented in Table 8-5.
Table 8-5

Key History Log Formats

Event

Record Format

Comment

System Power On

Time (HH:MM:SS) Start Up

QWERTY Key Stroke Time (HH:MM:SS) KBD (Key)

Keys A Z, 0 9

Function Key Stroke

Time (HH:MM:SS) (Key Name)

Trackball

Time (HH:MM:SS) TRACKBAL Only first trackball event in


the series is logged

STC

STC events are not logged

Two keys are located on the Key History Log screen:


The Clear key initiates the deletion of the Key History Log data and displays a confirmation dialog box shown Figure 8-21; confirm by selecting
the OK button or cancel the deletion of the log data by selecting the Cancel
button (Figure 8-21).
X

Clear

Do you want to delete the logged data?

Ok

Figure 8-21

Siemens

Cancel

Clear Logged Data Message Box

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The Back key returns to the Log screen (Figure 8-20).


Service
Home
Key History Log
Time

Key

17:50:26
17:50:24
17:50:21
17:50:16
17:45:53
17:45:43
17:45:29
17:42:23
17:42:18
17:41:38
17:41:23
17:41:22
17:40:30

SET
TRACKBAL
Preset
TRACKBAL
Review
IPC Disk
Video IO
Power
Power
Freeze
Depth(E)
Depth SW
B SW

BACK

Clear

Figure 8-22

Key History Log Screen

6.9.2 Error Log Screen


Select the Error Log button located on the Log screen (Figure 8-20) to display
the Error Log screen shown in Figure 8-23.
The Error Log screen displays the 100 most recent error messages in
descending chronological order. The error messages include those occurring
during system startup, those generated during diagnostic testing (Figure 8-19),
and safety errors, such as the TEE transducer over-temperature. Multiple
malfunctions of the same type are logged as individual errors.
Components that are not spare parts, but which are contained inside a spare
part, can be cited in the error log. See Table F-1 of "Component Designations"
(page F-1) to determine which spare part contains the component cited in an
error log; see "Spare Parts" (page C-1) for a listing of the system spare parts.
Each error is logged according to the date, time, status (circumstances), and
includes details of the malfunction. The format of the data output is discussed
in "Output Data File Structure" (page E-1).
Two keys are located on the Error Log screen:
The Clear key initiates the deletion of the Error Log data and displays a
confirmation message box (see Figure 8-21); confirm or cancel the deletion
of the error log data in this message box.

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The Back key returns to the Log screen (Figure 8-20).


Service
Home
Error Log
Date

08/25/00
08/25/00
08/25/00
08/24/00
08/24/00
08/20/00
08/17/00
08/17/00
08/16/00
08/16/00
08/15/00
08/14/00
08/13/00
08/12/00
08/11/00
08/10/00

Time

Status

Detail

14:24:05
14:05:21
09:05:12
14:24:05
14:05:21
09:05:33
14:24:05
14:20:15
15:24:45
14:24:05
14:05:25
09:05:04
14:44:33
14:42:05
14:24:05
14:05:05

Diagnosis
Operation
Startup
Diagnosis
Operation
Diagnosis
Operation
Startup
Operation
Diagnosis
Operation
Startup
Operation
Diagnosis
Operation
Diagnosis

#80002000 = 23
TEE Temp
Voltage Power Error
#80002000 = 23
TEE Temp
#80002000 = 23
TEE Temp
Voltage Power Error
TEE Temp
#80002000 = 23
TEE Temp
Voltage Power Error
TEE Temp
#80002000 = 23
TEE Temp
#80002000 = 23

BACK

Clear

Figure 8-23

Error Log Screen

6.10 Service History Screen


Access the Service History screen shown in Figure 8-24 by selecting the
Service History button located on the Main Menu screen (Figure 8-10).
Use this screen to review previously recorded service activities and to record
completed or on-going service activities.

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Service
Home
Service History

Site
System

Memo

History List
Today

HW / SW
Date of Service
DD /

MM

YYYY

Service Engineer Name


Key 1

Diagnostics
Log

Select
Key 2
Select
Key 3
Select

Service History
Backup / Restore

Key 4
Select
Key 5
Select

View

Figure 8-24

Input

Save

Service History Screen

The display of the Service History screen is configured for service data entry
(Figure 8-24) when it opens; the History List field displays Today and the Date
of Service field displays the present date. The Service Engineer Name remains
blank and each of the service category keys displays an initial default.

6.10.1 Viewing Service Records


Service activities are recorded and recalled according to the date entered in
the Date of Service field. Once entered, the date of service is listed in the dropdown History List combo box. To view a service record, open the drop-down
History List combo box and select the date of the service; select the View
button located at the bottom of the screen to display the key and memo data
recorded for the service activity performed on that date.
View the fields located below the History List to rapidly determine if the
displayed record is the record that you wish to review. See "Field Descriptions"
(page 8-35) for a description of the Key fields.

6.10.2 Recording Service Activities


Each service record allows the service engineer to enter key data in the fields
labeled Key 1 through Key 5. These key field entries can be used to categorize
the nature of the service activity for rapid review in the future.

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Use the following steps to enter service records:


1. Open the Service History screen by selecting the Service History button
located on the Main Menu screen (Figure 8-10).
2. Verify that Today is displayed in the History List field and that the current
date is displayed in the Date of Service field.
3. Select the Input button located at the bottom of the screen to enable data
entry.
4. Enter the name of the service engineer in the Service Engineer Name field.
5. Enter the key field data: See "Field Descriptions" (page 8-35).
6. Enter the Memo field information: "Field Descriptions" (page 8-35).
7. Select the Save button located at the bottom of the screen to record the
data.
Note: The Save button causes the currently displayed data to be recorded. Data
that has been edited, on screens that are not currently displayed, will not be
saved. When entering or editing several service records, select the Save button
before moving to the next service record.

6.10.3 Editing Existing Service Records


Existing service records can be edited by combining the two procedures listed
above: "Viewing Service Records" (page 8-34) and "Recording Service
Activities" (page 8-34).
Perform the following steps to edit an existing record:
1. Select the date of the recorded service activity in the History List.
2. Select the View button to display the record for that date.
3. Select the Input button to enable editing of the displayed data.
4. Edit the data: See "Field Descriptions" (page 8-35).
5. After completing the editing of the data, select the Save button to record the
new data.
Note: The Save button causes the currently displayed data to be recorded. Data
that has been edited, on screens that are not currently displayed, will not be
saved. When entering or editing several service records, select the Save button
before moving to the next service record.

6.10.4 Field Descriptions


The Service History screen contains 9 fields that are used to categorize and
summarize each recorded service activity. This section describes the use of
each of these fields.
The History List contains the Date of Service recorded for each service
activity. Selecting a date from this drop-down combo box, and then selecting the View button, will display the data recorded for that service activity.

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The Date of Service field allows entry of the date of a specific service
record. Once the service record is saved, this date appears in the History
List and can be selected to recall the information recorded for that service
activity.
The Service Engineer Name field allows the entry of the name of the individual who performed the service activity. This name entered here appears
in this field when a record is viewed.
The Key 1 field allows categorization of the service task according to the
type of maintenance performed. The categories of Preventive Maintenance, Corrective Maintenance, and -blank- are available for selection in
the drop-down combo box; other categories can be entered from the keyboard after selecting -blank- from the list.
The Key 2 field allows identification of the devices maintained during this
service activity. The devices of Sys. Hardware, Sys. Software, Sys. Hard &
Soft, Transducer, Option Device, No Problem Found, -blank-, and Other
are available for selection in the drop-down combo box; other devices can
be entered from the keyboard after selecting -blank- from the list.
The Key 3 field allows the categorization of the service activity according to
the frequency of its occurrence. The entries of Reappears (Always), Reappears (Sometimes), Reappears (Rarely), No Reappearance, Other or
-blank- are available for selection in the drop-down combo box; other frequencies can be entered from the keyboard after selecting -blank- from the
list.
The Key 4 field allows the service task to be categorized according to status. The status categories of Completion, Observing for reappearance,
Waiting for spare part, Other, and -blank- are available for selection in the
drop-down combo box; a different status can be entered from the keyboard
after selecting -blank- from the list.
The Key 5 field allows the service task to be categorized according to the
time required to complete the task. The durations of Within 15 min, Within
30 min, Within 45 min, Within 1h, Within 1.5 h, Within 2 h or Over 2h are
available for selection in the drop-down combo box; a different duration can
be entered from the keyboard after selecting -blank- from the list.
The Memo field allows entry of extended text comments.

6.11 Backup/Restore
Access the Backup/Restore screen shown in Figure 8-25 by selecting the
Backup/Restore button located on the Main Menu screen of the service
software (Figure 8-10).
Note: A formatted MO diskette is required to perform the service data backup
operation; for the restore operation, the backed-up service data must be available on an MO diskette.

Use the screen shown in Figure 8-25 to backup or restore the listed service
data.

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Service
Home
Short-cut

Backup / Restore
Command

Site
Backup
System
Restore
HW / SW
Packages
All Packages
Service
Information - Site
Information - System
Information - Hardware
Information - Software
Information - Peripheral

Diagnostics
Log

Estimated Execution Time:

mm : ss

Service History
Progress Status Bar
0%

20%

40%

60%

80%

100%
Done!

Cancel

Figure 8-25

Go

Backup/Restore Screen

6.11.1 Backing Up Service Data


Use the following procedure to backup the service data.
1. Open the Main Menu service screen and select the Backup / Restore button (Figure 8-10).
2. Select the Backup radio button located at the top of the screen shown in
Figure 8-25.
3. In the scrolling list, check the box adjacent to the service data items to be
backed up: Table 8-6 lists the options available for performing a complete
or individual back up.
Table 8-6

Top Level

Sub
Category

Service Data Backup Hierarchy (Sheet 1 of 2)

Individual Packages

All Packages

All service data packages


Service

Siemens

Comment

All service data


Site Information

Site only

System Information

System only

Hardware Information

Hardware only

Software Information

Service data only

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Table 8-6

Top Level

Service Data Backup Hierarchy (Sheet 2 of 2)

Sub
Category

Individual Packages

Comment

Peripheral Information

Peripheral only

Diagnostics

Diagnostics only

Service History

Service History only

Key History Log

Key History Log only

4. Insert an MO diskette in the MO drive and select the Go button located at


the bottom of the screen to begin the backup.

Caution: Existing data on the MO diskette will be erased automatically during


the formatting of the diskette, before the backup data is written to the MO diskette.

5. When the message box shown in Figure 8-26 is displayed, select the Ok
button to format the diskette; the backup will continue.
Service

Formatting will erase all [data] from the disk.


Do you want to format disk?

Ok

Cancel

Figure 8-26

Disk Format Message box

6. The message box shown in Figure 8-27 will be displayed; accept the
backup name provided or enter a different name and select OK to continue
the backup operation.
Service

Backup

Ok

Figure 8-27

Cancel

Name the Backup Message Box

Note: The system software assigns a name for the backup file, using the following date format: YYYYMMDDHHMMSS.

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7. When the progress bar located on the Backup / Restore screen reaches
100% a Done message will be displayed: Remove the MO disk and label it.

6.11.2 Restoring Service Data


1. Select the Restore radio button located at the top of the screen; in the
scrolling list, check the box adjacent to the service data items to be
restored.
2. Insert the MO disk that contains the appropriate backup into the MO drive.
3. Select the Go button located at the bottom of the screen to begin the
restore process.

Caution: Selecting the Cancel button during an incomplete service data restore
procedure will leave the system inoperable: Do no select the Cancel button
when restoring service data.

The restoration process does not allow the user to select individual packages
for restoration. The broader categories available for restoration are listed in
Table 8-7.
Table 8-7

Top Level

Service Data Restore Hierarchy

Individual Packages

Service

Comment
All service data

Site Information

Site only

Peripheral Information

Peripheral only

Service History

Service History only

6.12 Imaging Test Pattern


Access the Imaging Test Pattern screen shown in Figure 8-28 by selecting the
Imaging Test Pattern button located on the Main Menu screen (Figure 8-10).
To display a test image, select the appropriate button located on this screen.
When a test image is displayed, select the Next key to return to the Imaging
Test Pattern screen.
Note: Terminate the display of a test pattern by pressing SET.

Adjust the VCR, VTR, and the monitor while displaying the test images
accessed from this screen:
Black and White Test Pattern: See Figure 8-29
Framing and Black and White Grayscale Pattern: See Figure 8-30
Color Bar Pattern: See Figure 8-31

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Color Scale Pattern: See Figure 8-32


Service
Home
Utilities - Imaging Test Pattern
Site
System

B & W Pattern

HW / SW

Framing
B & W Gray Scale Pattern

Diagnostics

Color Bar Pattern

Log
Service History

Color Scale Pattern

Backup / Restore

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Figure 8-28

Imaging Test Pattern Utilities

Figure 8-29

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Figure 8-30

Grayscale and Framing Pattern

Figure 8-31

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Figure 8-32

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Chapter 9: Planned Maintenance


This chapter provides information on the planned maintenance for the G50 and
the G60 S.
The following topics are presented in this chapter:
1.0 Introduction ...................................................................................9-2
2.0 Required Tools and Documents ....................................................9-2
3.0 Required Materials ........................................................................9-2
4.0 Preparations .................................................................................9-3
5.0 Cleaning the System .....................................................................9-3
6.0 Cleaning Subsystems ...................................................................9-3
7.0 Cleaning and Inspecting Transducers ..........................................9-4
8.0 Safety Checks ...............................................................................9-5
9.0 System Test ..................................................................................9-6
10.0 Concluding the Maintenance ......................................................9-7

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1.0 Introduction
Planned maintenance is recurring and must be performed at least every 12
months. Planned maintenance includes visual inspections, safety testing,
cleaning, and functional performance checks of the system and its equipment.
Print the maintenance report contained in the appendix, "Maintenance Report"
(page G-1). Enter the data in the report as the planned maintenance is
performed. A copy of the completed maintenance report must be provided to
the customer and to the regional service office, as appropriate to the region.
Some regions require planned maintenance more frequently. It is the
responsibility of the customer service engineer (CSE) to be aware of, and
adhere to, all local regulations regarding planned maintenance intervals for this
system and its equipment.
If a test fails on a system covered by a full service contract, repair the defect
and repeat the check. If the system passes the test after being repaired, record
that the system passed the test.
If a test fails on a system not covered by a full service contract, obtain approval
from the customer to repair the defect. Repeat the test on the repaired system,
and record that the system passed the test. If the customer does not want you
to repair the defect, record that the system failed the test, and note this failure
in the open issues section of the maintenance report.
Note: Always keep a copy of completed maintenance reports for your own
records.

2.0 Required Tools and Documents


Use the following tools to perform the procedures described in this chapter.
Standard field service tools
MO diskette
Electrical safety analyzer
Ground resistance meter
Transducer
The Field Electrical Safety Test Procedure (p/n 7482776), the G50 and
G60 S Electrical Safety Test Limits (p/n 7482784), and the Field Electrical
Safety Test Report (p/n 7482768) are used during the planned maintenance procedure.

3.0 Required Materials


Transmission gel is required to perform the testing and maintenance specified
in this chapter.

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4.0 Preparations
Perform the following preparations before beginning the maintenance routines.

Warning: When handling parts that may have had patient contact, take appropriate precautions against exposure to blood borne pathogens.

1. Discuss the system performance with the customer; determine what concerns the customer might have regarding the system performance.
2. In the maintenance report, record the information obtained from the customer, and the actions taken to resolve these concerns.
3. Save the system preset data on an MO diskette.
4. Turn off the system and disconnect the power cable from the external
power source.

5.0 Cleaning the System


Use a soft cloth, lightly moistened with a mild soap solution, to clean the
surface of the system, including the system control panel, transducer holders,
system side panels, and any on-board OEM peripheral devices. Refer to the
operating instructions for additional information on cleaning the system,
transducers, and filters.

Caution: Do not use alcohol, other organic solvents, or cleansing agents


that contain alcohol or organic solvents to clean the G60 S.

6.0 Cleaning Subsystems


Clean the following subsystems:
1. On each side of the system, remove the air filter retainer (2 total) as indicated in Figure 9-1.

Figure 9-1

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2. Remove the two air filters and wash them in water.

Caution: Verify that the filter elements are completely dry before re-installing
them in the G50 or the G60 S. Moisture retained by a filter can damage the
power supply.

3. Allow the filters to dry and re-install them in the G60 S.


4. Remove the trackball bezel, shown in Figure 9-2.

Bezel
Idler
Wheel
Trackball
X and Y
Encoders

Figure 9-2

External and Internal Views of the Trackball

Caution: Do not allow foreign objects or debris to fall into in the trackball assembly. The presence of foreign matter in the trackball assembly can obstruct the
operation of the trackball.

5. Remove the ball from the trackball assembly.


6. Wipe the ball with isopropyl alcohol and a tissue.
7. Use a cotton swab and isopropyl alcohol to clean the inside of the trackball
assembly; clean the surfaces of the idler wheel and encoders thoroughly.
8. Allow the ball and the trackball assembly to dry.
9. Reinstall the ball in the assembly and install the bezel.

7.0 Cleaning and Inspecting Transducers


Clean each transducer with a soft cloth dampened with a mild soap solution.

Caution: Do not clean the transducer head with isopropyl alcohol or other
organic solvents. Do not allow the transducer cable and connector to
become wet when cleaning them with mild soap and water.
Note: Consult the Operating Instructions [kit] for the G50 and the G60 S for additional information on transducers: Instructions for Use, System Reference, and
the Transducer Reference.

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Inspect all of the transducers for physical damage such as cracks, air bubbles
(sector transducers), or other defects that may affect the performance of the
transducer: See IEC 60601-2-18.
Remove from service, all transducers that are cracked, punctured, discolored,
or which have a frayed or cracked cable.

Caution: With two exceptions, a discolored transducer housing normally indicates a defective transducer. The use of the disinfectants Cidex OPA and Gigasept FF can discolor some transducer housings without affecting the operation of
the transducer. Discolored transducers that have been disinfected with Cidex
OPA and Gigasept FF can be considered usable.

Inspect the transducer cable and the cable connections at the strain reliefs
located on both ends of the cable. Inspect all transducers and user accessible
ports for damage, loose connectors, and bent pins.

8.0 Safety Checks


Perform the following safety inspection and test routines.
1. Turn off the system and disconnect the power cable from the main power
source.
2. Inspect the wheels and wheel locks for damage, and test them to verify that
the wheels and the wheel locks operate properly.
3. Verify that the monitor is securely mounted on the monitor arm, and that it
can be turned and tilted easily.

Caution: When the system is opened for service, sensitive components are
exposed to possible damage by electrostatic discharge (ESD). Use ESD protective methods and equipment to protect these sensitive components.

4. Perform the Field Electrical Safety Test Procedure (p/n 7482776) using the
G50 and G60 S Electrical Safety Test Limits (p/n 7482784); record the
results of the safety test in the Field Electrical Safety Test Report (p/n
7482768).
5. After completion of the electrical safety test and the test report, provide the
customer and the regional office with a copy of the report; retain a copy of
the report for your personal records.
6. With the system turned off, verify that all components and subsystems are
properly secured and that all cables are properly connected.
7. Verify that mandatory system modifications have been made.

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9.0 System Test


Consult the Instructions for Use for information on the daily operational checklist.

1. Turn on the system and verify that the system performs a calibration without displaying an error message.
2. Check that an appropriate image and corresponding graphic overlay are
displayed on the monitor (depends on the selected transducer and user
presets).
3. Check the system time and date, and reset it if necessary.
4. Functionally test all operator controls and indicators, including the footswitch (if installed), the alphanumeric keyboard, and the MO disk drive.
5. Always check the transducers, even if the customer has not signed a maintenance contract for them. Replacement depends upon the type of maintenance contract.
6. For each transducer, verify that the transducer identification and operating
frequency are correctly displayed when the transducer is connected.
7. Perform a scan on a phantom with each transducer, and evaluate the
image quality.

While scanning, flex the cable at the strain relief and verify that the
image quality is not affected.
Check array transducers for signs of dropout (dark columns emanating
into the image).
Check sector transducers for signs of image flickering.

8. Check the FREEZE function using all applicable transducers, the control
panel, and the footswitch.
9. Always check peripheral devices (OEMs), even if the customer has not
signed a maintenance contract for them. The check should also include
cleaning and optimization of settings if necessary. Replacement depends
upon the type of maintenance contract. For information about operating
and cleaning of OEM peripheral devices, refer to the respective OEM operating instructions.
10. Verify the operation of the Black and White Video Printer; freeze an image
and perform a test print. If necessary, clean the print head and test the
printer again. If necessary, optimize the printer settings according to the
customer guidance. Refer to the OEM operating instructions for detailed
information on optimizing printer settings.
11. Check any other installed OEMs. If necessary, clean the OEM, and optimize the settings.
12. Check system preset data, and restore from the disk if necessary.
13. Check the protective ground wire again. For detailed information refer to
ARTD-002.731.17.01.02 (or newer).

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10.0 Concluding the Maintenance


Discuss, with the customer, the maintenance findings noted in the
maintenance report.
Give the customer the completed maintenance report, and return a copy to
your regional service office, as appropriate to your region.
Note: Always keep a copy of the completed maintenance report for
your own records.

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Appendix A: Installation Procedure


This appendix provides instructions for the unpacking and installation of the
G50 and the G60 S.
This section includes the following topics:
1.0 Unpacking the G50 and the G60 S ...............................................A-2
2.0 Installing the G50 or the G60 S ....................................................A-4

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1.0 Unpacking the G50 and the G60 S


Figure A-1 presents the packaging methods employed for the G50 and the
G60 S.

Warning: The G50 and the G60 S weigh 130 kg (287 lb) and represents a lifting hazard;
attempting to lift this system manually can cause serious injury. Instructions for lifting the G50
or the G60 S, when enclosed in its shipping container, are provided on the container. Once unboxed from the shipping container, neither the G50 nor the G60 S is not designed for lifting;
transport it on its casters.

1. Cut the shipping straps and tape that hold the external packaging in place.
2. Remove the three plastic clamps.
3. Open and remove the shipping box.
4. Remove the accessories box.
5. Remove the two cardboard ramp supports from under the system.
6. Place the ramp supports on the floor (items 7).
7. Lower the ramp (SLOPE) down onto the ramp supports (items 7).
8. Remove the wrapping from the system.
9. Unlock the wheels of the G50 or the G60 S as shown in Figure A-1.
10. Roll the ultrasound system off of the pallet.
11. Review the packing slip: Verify that all equipment and OEMs indicated on
the packing slip are present.
12. Inspect all of the equipment and report any shipping damage immediately.
13. Verify that the serial numbers of the system, monitor, and options agree
with those listed on the delivery note: Report discrepancies.
14. Unpack the accessories box before beginning the installation and verify
that the following are present in the box:

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Power cord (1)


Array transducer holder (4)
Sector transducer holder (1)
Gel bottle holder (1)
System software MO diskette (1)

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For July Shipments

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2.0 Installing the G50 or the G60 S


Use the following instructions to install the ultrasound system at the customer
site.

2.1 Tools Required


No special tools are required for this installation; only standard service tools
are needed.

2.2 Documents Required


The Field Electrical Safety Test Procedure (p/n 7482776), the G50 and G60 S
Electrical Safety Test Limits (p/n 7482784), and the Field Electrical Safety Test
Report (p/n 7482768) are used during the installation procedure.

2.3 Preparation
Read this entire procedure before beginning an installation. Be prepared to
submit an installation report as described in "Installation Report" (page B-1).
Note: Advise the customer to store the factory packaging materials for later use.

2.4 Installation
1. Unpack the system according to the guidelines provided in "Unpacking the
G50 and the G60 S" (page A-2).
2. Test and verify the operation of the caster locking mechanism on all casters
and the lock mechanism on the monitor arm.
3. Install the transducer and gel bottle holders.
4. Perform the system safety test according to "Safety Checks" (page 9-5).
5. Perform the Field Electrical Safety Test Procedure (p/n 7482776) using the
G50 and G60 S Electrical Safety Test Limits (p/n 7482784); record the
results of the safety test in the Field Electrical Safety Test Report (p/n
7482768).
6. After completion of the electrical safety test and the test report, provide the
customer and the regional office with a copy of the report; retain a copy of
the report for your personal records.
7. Perform the system operational test according to "System Test" (page 9-6).
8. After successful completion of the system test, submit an installation report
according to the instructions provided in "Installation Report" (page B-1).

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Appendix B: Installation Report


Consult the Siemens Speed Info 001/2001/US for information on completing
the Ultrasound System Installation Report (7295749) shown in Figure B-1.
Access Speed Infos on the intranet at: http://www-td.med.siemens.de:88/.
From this intranet page, select the following menu items to view SI 001/2001/
US:
Product Information US Systems Speed Infos US 2001 001/2001/US
Note: The Ultrasound System Installation Report presented in Figure B-1
includes instructions for its completion and submission. Submit the report within
5 working days after completing the installation activity.

During the installation, perform the Field Electrical Safety Test Procedure (p/n
7482776) using the G50 and G60 S Electrical Safety Test Limits (p/n
7482784); record the results of the safety test in the Field Electrical Safety Test
Report (p/n 7482768).
After completion of the electrical safety test and the test report, provide the
customer and the regional office with a copy of the report; retain a copy of the
report for your personal records.

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Figure B-1

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Appendix C: Spare Parts


At the time of the initial release of the G50 and the G60 S, it is likely that the
Spare Parts Catalog (SPC) located on the intranet will not have been
completed for these systems. For this reason, an interim spare parts list for
both systems is included in this appendix.
See "Component Designations" (page F-1) to determine which module
contains a component that is listed in an error log. Error logs are discussed in
"Error Log Screen" (page 8-32).
This appendix contains the following sections:
1.0 G50 and G60 S Spare Parts .........................................................C-2
2.0 G50 and the G60 S Common Parts Photographs .........................C-5
3.0 G50 Spare Parts Photographs ......................................................C-11
4.0 G60 S Spare Parts Photographs ...................................................C-15

Note: The photographs included in section 4, G60 S Spare Parts Photographs,


show spare parts for the G60 S. In most cases, there are only minor differences
in the appearance of the comparable spare part for the G50 system.

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1.0 G50 and G60 S Spare Parts


Table C-1 lists the spare parts for the G50 and G60 S. Some parts are common
to both systems and are designated in the Description column. See Table 1-3
in "Introduction and System Requirements" (page 1-1) for information on the
transducers supported by each system.
Table C-1

Spare Parts for the G50 and the G60 S

Description

Part Number Photo and Comments

7.5L70 Exchange Transducer

5726534

See Table 1-3 for transducers

A03 PWR Switching Reg, Assy, G50/G60 S

7478824

Figure C-6; includes A07 PDSD

A05 Line Filter, module, 100V, G50/G60 S

7478816

Figure C-7

A05 Line Filter, module, 115V, G50/G60 S

7478790

Figure C-7

A05 Line Filter, module, 230V, G50/G60 S

7478808

Figure C-7

A07-1 XDST pcb, G50/G60 S

7473122

Figure C-8; Includes PCB, fuses, and


outlet box

A10, CP Controller, G50/G60 S

7482057

Figure C-9; cables not included

A21 Battery Pack, G50/G60 S

7479087

A36-2 Third Array Port, G50/G60 S

7840221

A70-2, PPCL PCB, G50/G60 S

7479913

Air Filter, G50/G60 S

7478923

Figure C-4

C5-2 Exchange Transducer

7291961

See Table 1-3 for transducers

C6-2 Exchange Transducer

7472702

See Table 1-3 for transducers

C6-2 Transducer, JPN

7482537

See Table 1-3 for transducers

Cable hanger, Front, G50/G60 S

7479020

Figure C-3, Figure C-4

Cable hanger, Side, G50

7478022

Figure C-16, Figure C-18

Cable hanger, Side, G60 S

7479012

Figure C-24

Cable, Power cord, 100V, G50/G60 S

7478956

Cable, Power cord, 115V, G50/G60 S

7478949

Cable, Power cord, 230V, G50/G60 S

7478931

Caster, G50

7477966

Figure C-19, Figure C-15

Caster, G60 S

7478832

Figure C-24

CD, DIMAQ-IP SW 1.023, G50/G60 S

7482610

CD, DIMAQ-IP SW 1.2, G50/G60 S

7483576

Contained in v1.2 software upgrade kit

CP900, Color Printer NTSC, G50/G60 S

7473163

Figure C-1

CP900, Color Printer PAL, G50/G60 S

7473155

Figure C-1

CW2 Transducer

7472744

See Table 1-3 for transducers

DIMAQ-IP Module, Exchange G50/G60 S

7478683

Figure C-11; IPPC

E module, LC, G50

7477958

Figure C-15

E module, MS, G60 S

7482073

Figure C-26

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Table C-1

Spare Parts for the G50 and the G60 S

Description

Part Number Photo and Comments

EC9-4 Transducer

7475747

See Table 1-3 for transducers

ECG, Assy, G50/G60 S

7482065

Figure C-10

EM Fan, single, G50/G60 S

7478741

EV9-4 Exchange Transducer

7472736

See Table 1-3 for transducers

EV9-4 Transducer, JPN

7482545

See Table 1-3 for transducers

Front Panel, G50/G60 S

7478881

Figure C-3

Fuses, 4.0A, G50/G60 S

7478782

Figure C-8

Fuses, 6.3A, G50/G60 S

7478774

Figure C-8

Host Module, G50

7477941

Host Module, G60 S

7473171

Ink Cassette, CP900, G50/G60 S

7479095

Keyboard, Assy, G50

7477933

Figure C-21, Figure C-15; includes


slides

Keyboard, Assy, G60 S

7478717

Figure C-27, Figure C-22; includes


slides

L10-5 Exchange Transducer

7472678

See Table 1-3 for transducers

L10-5 Transducer, JPN

7482529

See Table 1-3 for transducers

Left Bottom Cover, G50/G60 S

7473130

Figure C-5

Left Bumper Cover, G50/G60 S

7477354

Figure C-5

Left Caster Bumper Cover, G50/G60 S

7479921

Figure C-2

Leftside Panel, G50

7477982

Figure C-17, Figure C-5

Leftside Panel, G60 S

7478865

Figure C-23

Main Control Panel, Lower, Assy, G50/G60 S

7478691

Figure C-12; includes cable,


Figure C-4, Figure C-5

MO disk, Replacement 1.0 SW, G50/G60 S

7473189

Software

MO disk, Replacement 1.2 SW, G50/G60 S

7477974

Software

MO Drive, G50/G60 S

5935031

Figure C-5

MO Fan, G50/G60 S

7478766

Monitor Color SVGA, 15 inch, G50/G60 S

7475101

Figure C-13, Figure C-2

Monitor Post Cover, G50

7478014

Figure C-16, Figure C-18

Monitor Post Cover, G60 S

7478915

Figure C-23

OEM bay, Top Shelf, G50/G60 S

7478840

Figure C-4

OEM Lower bay, Rear Cover, G50/G60 S

7478857

Overlay English, G50/G60 S

7479038

Figure C-3

Overlay German, G50/G60 S

7479046

Figure C-3

Overlay French, G50/G60 S

7479053

Figure C-3

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Table C-1

Spare Parts for the G50 and the G60 S

Description

Part Number Photo and Comments

Overlay Spanish, G50/G60 S

7479061

Figure C-3

Overlay Italian, G50/G60 S

7479079

Figure C-3

P4-2 Exchange Transducer

4835232

See Table 1-3 for transducers

P4-2 Transducer, JPN

7482511

See Table 1-3 for transducers

P91 Printer, G50/G60 S

4835265

Figure C-1, Figure C-2

Plug, Gel Bottle, G50/G60 S

7292415

Probe Holders Short, G50/G60 S

7478972

Figure C-4

Probe holders, Univ, Long, G50/G60 S

7292084

Figure C-2

PWR Switching Reg Fan, single, G50/G60 S

7478758

Rear Panel, Lower, G50

7478006

Figure C-16, Figure C-18

Rear Panel, Lower, G60 S

7478907

Figure C-23

Rear Panel, Upper, G50

7477990

Figure C-16, Figure C-18

Rear Panel, Upper, G60 S

7478899

Figure C-23

Right Bottom Cover, G50/G60 S

7473148

Figure C-4

Right Bumper Cover, G50/G60 S

7478600

Figure C-4

Right Caster Bumper Cover, G50/G60 S

7479939

Figure C-2

Right side Panel, G50/G60 S

7478873

Figure C-4

Sony SVO-3500 VCR, NTSC

7473213

Sony SVO-3500 VCR, PAL

7473205

Sub Control Panel, Upper, Assy, G50/G60 S

7478709

Figure C-4, Figure C-5

Trackball, G50/G60 S

7478725

Figure C-3

VCR Sony-9500MD

4515404L0800

VCR Sony-9500MDP

4515396

VF13-5 Exchange Transducer

5727243

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2.0 G50 and the G60 S Common Parts


Photographs
The photos in this section show parts that are common to both the G50 and the
G60 S. Figure C-1 shows the P91 printer and the CP900 printer.

7473155 PAL
7473163 NTSC

4835265

Figure C-1

P91 B/W Printer (Left) and CP900 Printer (Right)

Figure C-2, Figure C-3, Figure C-4, and Figure C-5 indicate the parts that are
common to both the G50 and the G60 S. The G50 is shown in these
photographs.

Monitor 7475101

Probe Holder Long 7292084

Left Caster Bumper Cover 7479921(2 each)


Right Caster Bumper Cover 7479939 (2 each)

Figure C-2

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Keyboard Overlays
Track Ball 7478725

Cable Hanger Front 7479020


Front Panel 7478881

Figure C-3

Front View G50 Common Parts

Sub Control Panel 7478709


Main Control Panel 7478691
Probe Holder Short 7478972

OEM Bay Top Shelf 7478840


Right Side Panel 7478873
Cable Hanger Front 7479020

Right Bumper Cover 7478600


Right Bottom Cover 7473148
Air Filter 7478923
Figure C-4

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Sub Control Panel 7478709


MO Drive 5935031
Main Control Panel 7478691

Left Side Panel 7477982

Left Bumper Cover 7477354


Left Bottom Cover 7473130

Figure C-5

Left Side View G50 Common Parts

Figure C-6 shows the switching power regulator.

Figure C-6

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Figure C-7 shows the 05 Line Filter; this component can be provided in 100V,
115V, and 230V.

Figure C-7

07478816 (100V), 07478790 (115V) and 07478808 (230V)

Figure C-8 shows the A07-1 XDST module containing the power fuses.

Fuse
Fuse

Figure C-8

07473122 A07-1 XDST PCB, G50/G60 S (Fuses)

Figure C-9 shows the control panel controller.

Figure C-9

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Figure C-10 shows the ECG assembly.

Figure C-10

07482065 ECG, Assy, G50/G60 S

shows the DIMAQ-IP image processor module.

Figure C-11

07478683 Exchange, DIMAQ-IP, Module, G50/G60 S

Figure C-12 shows the lower assembly of the main control panel.

Figure C-12

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Figure C-13 shows the 15 inch color monitor.

Figure C-13

07475101 OEM, Monitor Color SVGA, 15 inch, G50/G60 S

Figure C-14 shows the sub control panel.

Figure C-14

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3.0 G50 Spare Parts Photographs


The photographs in this section show spare parts for the G50 system.
Figure C-15, Figure C-16, Figure C-17, and Figure C-18 provide views of the
complete G50 system.

Keyboard G50 7477933

LC, E Module G50 7477958


2 Ports Standard; Third Port Option Shown
See Figure C-20 for standard configuration
Caster G50 7477966
Figure C-15

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Monitor Post Cover G50 7478014

Cable Hanger Side G50 7478022


Rear Panel Upper G50 7477990

Rear Panel Lower G50 7478006

Figure C-16

G50 Rear View

Left Side Panel G50 7477982

Figure C-17

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Monitor Post Cover G50 7478014


Rear Panel Upper G50 7477990
Cable Hanger Side G50 7478022

Rear Panel Lower G50 7478006

Figure C-18

G50 Right Side View

Note: The photographs included in section 4, G60 S Spare Parts Photographs,


show spare parts for the G60 S. In most cases, there are only minor differences
in the appearance of the comparable spare part for the G50 system.

Figure C-19 shows a caster for the G50.

Figure C-19

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Figure C-20 shows the front of the E module for the G50, with the system
covers installed.

Figure C-20

G50 E Module (Front View with Cover Installed)

Figure C-21 shows the G50 keyboard.

7477933

See Figure C-27 for


the G60 S keyboard.

Figure C-21

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4.0 G60 S Spare Parts Photographs


This section contains photographs of the G60 S spare parts.
Figure C-22, Figure C-23, and Figure C-24 present views of the G60 S system.

Keyboard G60 S 7478717

Figure C-22

G60 S Front View

Monitor Post Cover G60 S 7478915


Rear Panel Upper G60 S 7478899

Left Side Panel G60 S 7478865


Rear Panel Lower G60 S 7478907

Figure C-23

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G60 S Spare Parts Photographs

Cable Hanger Side 7479012

Caster G60 S 7478832

Figure C-24

G60 S Right Side View

Note: The photographs included in this section (G60 S Spare Parts Photographs), show spare parts for the G60 S. In most cases, there are only minor differences in the appearance of the comparable spare part for the G50 system.

Figure C-25 shown the host module for the G60 S.

Figure C-25

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Figure C-26 shows the E module for the G60 S.

Figure C-26

07482073 MS, E-Module, G60

Figure C-27 shows the G60 S keyboard.

See Figure C-21 for the


G50 keyboard.

Figure C-27

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Appendix D - Video Formats

Appendix D: Video Formats


Figure D-1 presents the dimensions for NTSC and PAL video formats.
858 mm
711 mm

700 mm

NTSC Format

480 mm

525 mm
485 mm

570 mm

625 mm
575 mm

864 mm
704 mm

700 mm

PAL Format

Figure D-1

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Appendix E - Output Data File Structure

Appendix E: Output Data File


Structure
Table E-1 lists the file name extensions employed by the G50 and the G60 S.
Table E-1

Service Data and File Extensions

Number

Data Type

Extension

Information - Site

ist

Information - System

isy

Information - Hardware

ihw

Information - Software

isw

Information - Peripheral

ipe

Maintenance - Service History

shy

Maintenance - Log (Key History Log)

khl

Maintenance - Log (Error Log)

erl

The data shall be output as a file in ASCII code, based on the configuration
described below.
As shown in the figure 3-1, the data consists of sections for the title, header and
for the datas main body.

Section for the title


<Title>
Title
Section for the header
<Tag>
---data--Section for the datas main body
<Tag>
---data---

Figure E-1

Service Data Structure

Each section consists of its own data string, and the data string consists of a
tag that is enclosed in <> (angle brackets) and the data which belongs to the
tag.
A tag is field name, and its data is the value for that field.

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Data designated as fixed below are the titles from the screen or menu,
regardless of their files.
Table E-2

Category

Output File Data Structure (Sheet 1 of 4)

Item

Field Length

<Product Name>

14 characters

G60 S

7 characters

<Serial No.>

12 characters

0123456789

10 characters

<SW Version>

12 characters

4.00.1381

9 characters

<File Date>

11 characters

2000.10.25

10 characters

<Title>

7 characters

Information - Site

18 characters (fixed)

(Header)

(240 Bytes)

<Hospital>

10 characters

Toshiba

30 characters

<Site Name>

11 characters

???

30 characters

<Location>

10 characters

????

30 characters

<Street>

8 characters

????

50 characters

<Street No.>

12 characters

????

30 characters

<Zip Code>

10 characters

324-8550

15 characters

<Phone No.>

11 characters

+81-45-939-1038

20 characters

<City>

6 characters

????

30 characters

<District>

10 characters

????

30 characters

<Country>

9 characters

????

30 characters

(0) Header

(1) Information-Site

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Table E-2

Category

Output File Data Structure (Sheet 2 of 4)

Item

Field Length

<Cust. Name>

12 characters (different from


the <title>)

????

30 characters

<ID>

4 characters

????

15 characters

<Memo>

6 characters

????

300 characters

<Title>

7 characters

Information System

20 characters (fixed)

(Header)

(240 Bytes)

<Product Name>

14 characters

G60 S

12 characters

<Serial No.>

12 characters

0123456789

10 characters

<System Use Time>

17 characters

10000:59:59

11 characters

<Title>

7 characters

Information Hardware

20 characters (fixed)

(Header)

(240 Bytes)

(2) Information-System

(3) Information-Hardware

TBD
(4) Information-Software
<Title>

7 characters

Information Software

22 characters (fixed)

(Header)

(240 Bytes)

<No., Name, Sub Name,


Build/Ver. No.>

37 characters

1, Etude, Windows CE,


3.00.1364

50 characters X 20 software

<Title>

7 characters

Information peripheral

25 characters (fixed)

(Header)

(240 Bytes)

(5) Information-Peripheral

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Table E-2

Category

Output File Data Structure (Sheet 3 of 4)

Item

Field Length

<No., Equipment, name/


Memo, Installed from Day/
Month/ Year, Installed until
Day/Month/ Year>

90 characters

???, 28/02/2000, 31/04/


2001

60 characters X 10 devices

<Title>

7 characters

Test Tools-Diagnostics

22 characters (fixed)

(Header)

(240 Bytes)

(6) Test Tools-Diagnostics

TBD

(7) Maintenance -Service


History
<Title>

7 characters

Maintenance Service History

29 characters (fixed)

(Header)

(240 Bytes)

<History List>

14 characters

00022501

8 characters

<Enforcement day>

17 characters

25/02/2000

10 characters

<Service Engineer Name>

23 characters

???

30 characters

<Key 1>

7 characters X 5 Keys

Preventive Maintenance

40 characters X 5 Keys

<Memo>

6 characters

???

600 characters

Last Event 17:42:50

Line=64

17:41:12 *Depth(E)
0113011D

0000FFFF|IMGCAL|E

17:41:12 Redraw 01004024

00000000|IMG|E

17:41:19 *Depth SW
0110011C

00000000|IMG|CAL|E

17:41:37 *TRACKBAL
FE120011(01120011)

0000FFFE|IMG|E

(8) Maintenance-Log
(Key History Log)

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Table E-2

Category

Output File Data Structure (Sheet 4 of 4)

Item

Field Length

17:41:38 *Freeze 01100119

00000000|IMG|CAL|PCT|TX
T|E

17:42:18 *Power 01100116

00000000|IMG|CAL|PCT|TX
T|E

15:23:15 *KBD(C)
FE110010(01110010)

00000043|IMG|E

15:45:55 Start Up

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

15:4741 *SET
FE100012(84199912)

00000000|PRE|E

<Title>

7 characters

Maintenance-Log (Error
Log)

26 characters (fixed)

(Header)

(240 Bytes)

<Date, Time, Status,


Details>

35 characters

(9) Maintenance-Log (Error


Log)

25/08/2000, 14:24:59, Diag- 62 characters


nostics, Voltage Power Error
100 characters X 100 data

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Appendix F - Component Designations

Appendix F: Component
Designations
Table F-1 lists the alphanumeric designations of the G50 and the G60 S
components and PC boards as well as their identifying acronyms and
definitions. These designations can appear in the error logs; use this table and
the spare parts list to determine which spare part contains the failed
component that is cited in the error log.
See the following related information:
"Error Log Screen" (page 8-32)
"Spare Parts" (page C-1)
Table F-1

Location

Designation

Acronym

Name

Power
Module

A03

SWRG

Switching Regulator

A04

OUTL

Outlet

A05

LNF

Line Filter

A06

PWX

Power Transformer (Xformer)

A07

PDST

Power Distributor

A07-1

XDST

Extend Distributor

A08

RCLM

Rush Current Limiter Module

A08-1

FUSE

Control Panel A10

OPCT

Operator Controller

MANP

Main Panel

TBL

Track Ball

A10-2

SUBP

Sub Panel

A10-3

SKBD

Slide Keyboard

A10-1

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Table F-1

Location

Designation

Acronym

Name

E Module

A25

MTHR

Mother Board

A31

MPX

Mechanical Processor
Extender

A36

PSEL

Transducer Selector

A36-1

XSEL

Transducer (Xducer) Selector

A36-2

A3RD

Array 3rd Port

A40

PAMP

Pre Amp

A40-1

CWRX

CW RX

A40-3

RX64

RX For 64 CH

A42

TXBF

TX Beamformer

A44

STRX

SCW TX and RX

A46

RXBF(A)

RX Beamformer

A46

RXBF(B)

RX Beamformer

A48

BWPP

Black and White Parallel Processor

BWLP

Black and White Line Processor

BWLF

Black and White Line Filter

NFMC

Non-interlace Frame Memory Controller

A50

SUBC

Sub Controller

A51

CMEM

Cine Memory

A56

CFPR

Colorflow Processor

NFMC

Non-interlace Frame Memory Controller

A56-1

DPPR

Doppler Processor

A66

DTPS

Data Transfer & Power Supply

A70

DVSC

Digital Video & System Controller

TBCC

Time Base Correction Controller

A70-1

SYFX

System Flash Extender

A70-2

PPCL

Parallel PC Link

A72

RPVM

Rear Panel & Video Controller

Host
Module

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Table F-1

Location

Designation

Acronym

Name

ECG
Module

A30

ECGX

ECG Extend

A30-1

ECGF

ECG Floating Connector

A30-2

ECGD

ECG DC Connector

A75

SPCL

Serial PC Link

A75-1

RadiSys

A75-2

HDD

Hard Disk Drive

A75-3

CD-R/W

CD ROM (Read-Write)

A75-4

LAN

Ethernet Card

A27

MODV

MO Drive

DIMAQ-IP
Module

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Appendix G - Maintenance Report

Appendix G: Maintenance Report


Print this maintenance report and enter the required data. Attach the report produced during
the performance of the Electrical Safety Test: Field Electrical Safety Test Procedure
(p/n 7482776).
Supply a copy of these completed reports to the customer and to the regional office.

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SONOLINE G50 or G60 S


Ultrasound Imaging System

Maintenance Report

Customer:
Department:

Room:

Address:

Contact Person:

Phone:

Customer Specific Number:

Customer Number:

Wiedergabe sowie Vervielfltigung dieser Unterlage, Verwertung und Mitteilung


ihres Inhalts nicht gestattet, soweit nicht ausdrcklich zugestanden. Zuwiederhandlungen verpflichten zu Schadenersatz. Alle Rechte fr den Fall der Patenterteilung oder GM-Eintragung vorbehalten.

Copyright 2002 Siemens Corporation.


Proprietary data, company confidential. All rights reserved.
Confi titre de secret dentreprise. Tous droits rservs.
Confiado como secreto industrial. Nos reservamos todos los derechos.

Siemens Office
Address:

Region:

Country:

Contact Person:

Phone:

Customer Service Engineer:

Phone:

Measurement Devices
Device

Type

Serial Number

Date of Use

Calibrated Until Date

Ultrasound Phantom
Electrical Safety Analyzer

Comments

System Information
System: SONOLINE G50 G60 S

Serial Number:

Software Version:

Product Status:

Maintenance Contract Number:

Contract Type:

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Appendix G - Maintenance Report

Open Issues
Issue

Date Resolved

Customer Service Eng.

System Status
The system has passed all Siemens recommended maintenance checks; it is okay to use.

The system has problems that do not restrict its use. The system is okay to use.
Siemens recommends scheduling service to repair these minor problems.

The system has major problems that do restrict its use. The equipment is not okay to use.
Siemens strongly recommends that the system not be used until the problem is resolved.

Customer Service Engineer Sign-off


Name of Customer Service Engineer:

Signature:

Date:

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Planned Maintenance Checklist


Passed

Failed

N/A

Clean the air filter element.

Clean the track ball.

Inspect the wheels and wheel locks.

Verify that the monitor is secure.

Perform electrical safety test:

Calibration is successful.

Image and overlay okay.

Time and date are correct.

Functional test of controls successful.

Transducer operational check okay.

Freeze function okay.

Peripherals operate properly.

Preset data okay.

Protective ground wire operational.

Preparation
Discuss customer concerns
Clean the system
Clean the subsystems

Clean and Inspect


Transducers
Safety Checks

Field Electrical Safety Test Procedure


(p/n 7482776)
G60 S Electrical Safety Test Limits
(p/n 7482784)
Field Electrical Safety Test Report
(p/n 7482768)
System Test

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Appendix H - Fastener Reference

Appendix H: Fastener Reference


The threaded fasteners employed in the assembly of the G50 and the G60 S exhibit the
characteristics listed in Table H-1. See Figure H-1 for an example of the S3x8 screw, and
Figure H-2 for an example of the CK3x8 screw.
Table H-1

Screw Reference

Screw Dimensions Screw Type

S3x6

M3x6

Flat head

S3x8

M3x8

Flat head

CK3x4

M3x4

Binding head, with external lock washer

CK3x6

M3x6

Binding head, with external lock washer

CK3x8

M3x8

Binding head, with external lock washer

CK4x8

M4x8

Binding head, with external lock washer

S4x10

M4x10

Flat head

CK4x12

M4x12

Binding head, with external lock washer

CR5x10

M5x10

Pan head, with spring lock and flat washers

Figure H-1

Figure H-2

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S3x8 (M3x8 Flat Head Screw)

CK3x8 (M3 Binding Head with External Lock Washer)

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