Coronis Elite
Getting Started Guide
Supported displays:
MDCC 2121, MDCC 3120,
MDCG 2121, MDCG 2121 MKII, MDCG 3120
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Preface..................................................................................... 7
FCC compliance information ............................................................ 8
FCC Compliance Information (display)..................................... 8
FCC Compliance Information (display controller) .................... 9
CE mark notice ............................................................................... 11
Environmental information ........................................................... 12
Safety Instructions ......................................................................... 15
Explanation of symbols.................................................................. 18
Recommendations for using your display system ....................... 20
Display controller installation ............................................... 23
Display Controller Installation ....................................................... 24
Which display controller? ....................................................... 24
Installing a Barco display controller....................................... 24
Installation Procedure............................................................. 27
Display installation ................................................................ 33
Installation precautions ................................................................. 34
Display parts, controls and connectors ......................................... 35
Front ........................................................................................ 35
Rear ......................................................................................... 37
Connectors............................................................................... 37
Side.......................................................................................... 38
Foot.......................................................................................... 39
Single-head installation................................................................. 41
Dual-head installation ................................................................... 43
Vesa-mount installation ................................................................ 46
Adjust panel orientation................................................................ 47
Connecting the signal cables......................................................... 48
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Cable routing .................................................................................. 51
Cleaning instructions...................................................................... 54
Precautions.............................................................................. 54
Front glass ............................................................................... 54
Cabinet .................................................................................... 55
Software installation ............................................................. 57
Driver and Software Installation ................................................... 58
Driver and software installation prerequisites...................... 58
Installing the BARCO MXRT drivers and software ................... 58
Installing the BARCOMED CORONIS or Nio drivers and software64
Where to get more information............................................ 71
Troubleshooting..................................................................... 73
General tips .................................................................................... 74
Configuring Windows..................................................................... 75
Setting the resolution of your BARCO CORONIS Display............ 75
Setting the Color and Palette Modes..................................... 77
Configuring the Windows desktop......................................... 77
Technical Specifications ......................................................... 79
Warranty Statement .............................................................. 89
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Preface
Preface
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FCC compliance information
FCC compliance information
FCC Compliance Information (display)
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
Canadian notice
This ISM device complies with Canadian ICES-001.
Cet appareil ISM est conforme à la norme NMB-001 du Canada.
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FCC compliance information
FCC Compliance Information (display controller)
CLASS A:
This Barco Graphics Controller complies with part 15 of the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1.
This device may not cause harmful interference, and
1.
this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial
environment. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
manufacturer’s instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at his own expense.
The use of shielded cables for connection of the monitor to the
graphics card is required to ensure compliance with FCC regulations. Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly
approved by Barco could void the user’s authority to operate this
equipment.
CLASS B:
This Barco Graphics Controller complies with part 15 of the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1.
This device may not cause harmful interference, and
1.
this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
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FCC compliance information
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
• Re-orient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for
help.
The use of shielded cables for connection of the monitor to the
graphics card is required to ensure compliance with FCC regulations. Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly
approved by Barco could void the user’s authority to operate this
equipment.
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CE mark notice
CE mark notice
Declaration of Conformity in accordance with Article 10 (1) of the CE directive
This product has been designed and manufactured in accordance with
the essential requirements of the Directives 89/336/EEC and
MDD 93/42/EEC (class II b product), and for this product the
procedures of Annex II have been applied to mark the product with
the CE label.
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Environmental information
Environmental information
Disposal Information
This product consists of devices that may contain mercury, which must
be recycled or disposed of in accordance with local, state, or country
laws. (Within this system, the backlight lamps in the monitor display
contain mercury.)
This equipment has required the extraction and use of natural
resources for its production. It may contain hazardous substances for
health and environment.
In order to avoid the dissemination of those substances in the
environment and to diminish the pressure on natural resources, we
encourage you to use the appropriate take-back systems.
Those systems will reuse or recycle most of the materials of your endof-life equipment in a sound way.
The crossed-out wheeled bin symbol invites you to use those
systems.
If you need more information on the collection, reuse and
recycling systems, please contact your local or regional waste
administrator.
You can also contact us for more information on the environmental
performances of our products.
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Environmental information
Information for China ROHS compliance
Table of toxic and hazardous substances/elements and their content,
as required by China’s management methods for controlling pollution
by electronic information products
Toxic or hazardous Substances and Elements
Part Name
Pb
Hg
Cd
Cr6+
PBB
PBDE
Metal parts
O
O
O
O
O
O
Plastic parts
O
O
O
O
O
O
PCB or PCBA
O
O
O
O
O
O
LCD panel
X
X
O
O
O
O
Power supply/adapter
X
O
O
O
O
O
Power cable
X
O
O
O
O
O
Connectors and cables
O
O
O
O
O
O
O: Indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance contained in all of the homogeneous
materials for this part is below the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006.
X: Indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance contained in at least one of the
homogeneous materials used for this part is above the limit requirement in SJ/T11363-2006
中国大陆 RoHS
根据中国大陆 《电子信息产品污染控制管理办法》 ( 也称为中国大陆
RoHS),以下部份列出了本产品中可能包含的有毒有害物质或元素的名称
和含量。
本表适用的产品
液晶显示器
有毒有害物质或元素
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Environmental information
LCD Monitor
零部件名稱
有毒有害物質或元素
铅
汞
镉
(Pb) (Hg) (Cd)
金属机构件
O
O
O
塑料机构件
O
O
O
O
O
O
电路板组件 *
X
X
O
液晶面板
X
O
O
电源模块 / 适配器
X
O
O
电源线
O
O
O
外部信号连接线
六价铬
(Cr6+)
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
多溴联苯 多溴二苯醚
(PBB) (PBDE)
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
*: 电路板组件包括印刷电路板及其构成的零部件,如电阻、电容、集成电路
、连接器等
○:表示该有毒有害物质在该部件所有均质材料中的含量均在 《电子信息产品中有
毒有害物质的限量要求标准》规定的限量要求以下
×:表示该有毒有害物质至少在该部件的某一均质材料中的含量超出 《电子信息产品
中有毒有害物质的限量要求标准》规定的限量要求;
但是上表中打 “×” 的部件,其含量超出是因为目前业界还没有成熟的可替代的技术
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Safety Instructions
Safety Instructions
General Recommendations
Read the safety and operating instructions before operating the
display.
Retain safety and operating instructions for future reference.
Adhere to all warnings on the display and in the operating
instructions manual.
Follow all instructions for operation and use.
Electrical shock
Type of protection (electrical):
Display with external power supply: Class I equipment
Degree of safety (flammable anesthetic mixture):
Equipment not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable
anesthetic mixture with air or with oxygen or nitrous oxide.
Non-patient care equipment
Equipment primarily for use in a health care facility that is intended
for use where contact with a patient is unlikely.
Power connection - display with external power supply
• Power requirements: The display must be powered using the
delivered medical approved 12 VDC / 24VDC power supply.
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Safety Instructions
• The medical approved DC power supply must be powered by
the AC mains voltage.
Power cords:
• Utilize a UL-listed detachable power cord, 3-wire, type SJ or
equivalent, 18 AWG min., rated 300 V min., provided with a
hospital-grade type plug 5-15P configuration for 120V
application, or 6-15P for 240V application.
• Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this may
result in fire or electric shock.
• Mains lead protection (U.S.: Power cord): Power cords should
be routed so that they are not likely to be walked upon or
pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying
particular attention to cords at plugs and receptacles.
Water and moisture
Never expose the display to rain or moisture.
Never use the display near water - e.g. near a bathtub, washbasin,
swimming pool, kitchen sink, laundry tub or in a wet basement.
Ventilation
Do not cover or block the ventilation openings in the cover of the set.
When installing the display in a cupboard or another closed location,
heed the necessary space between the set and the sides of the
cupboard.
Installation
Place the display on a flat, solid and stable surface that can support
the weight of at least 3 displays. If you use an unstable cart or stand,
the display may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and
serious damage to the equipment.
More warnings in the Installation chapter.
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Safety Instructions
This apparatus conforms to:
CE0120 (MDD 93/42/EEC class IIb product), IEC 60601-1, UL 60601-1,
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 601.01-M90 (c-UL),
CCC GB4943-1995 (IEC 60950-1).
National Scandinavian Deviations for Cl. 1.7.2 :
Finland: "Laite on liitettävä suojamaadoituskoskettimilla varustettuun
pistorasiaan"
Norway: "Apparatet må tilkoples jordet stikkontakt"
Sweden: "Apparaten skall anslutas till jordat uttag"
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Explanation of symbols
Explanation of symbols
Symbols on the display and / or power supply
On the display or power supply, you may find the following symbols
(nonrestrictive list):
Indicates compliance to the essential requirements of the Directive 93/42/EEC
Indicates compliance with Part 15 of the FCC
rules (Class A or Class B)
Indicates the display is approved according to
the UL regulations
or
or
Indicates the display is approved according to
the c-UL regulations
Indicates the display is approved according to
the DEMKO regulations
Indicates the display is approved according to
the CCC regulations
Indicates the USB connectors on the display
Indicates the manufacturing date
Indicates the temperature limitations for the
display to operate within specs
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Explanation of symbols
Indicates the display serial no.
Consult the operating instructions
Indicates this apparatus must not be thrown
in the trash but must be recycled, according
to the European WEEE (Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment) directive
Symbols used throughout the manual:
Warning: Risk of
injury to human
beings
Caution: Risk of
damage to the
product
Important notice or
remark
Note
Hint, tip
Additional
information
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Recommendations for using your display system
Recommendations for using your
display system
1. Optimize the lifetime of your display
Enabling the Display Power Management System (DPMS) of your
display (in the display’s Settings menu) will optimize its diagnostic
lifetime by automatically switching off the backlight when the display
is not used for a specified period of time. By default, DPMS is enabled
on your display, but it also needs to be activated on your workstation.
To do this, go to “Power Options Properties” in the “Control Panel”.
Barco recommends setting DPMS activation after 20 minutes of
non-usage.
2. Use a screen saver to avoid image retention
Prolonged operation of an LCD with the same content on the same
screen area may result in a form of image retention.
You can avoid or significantly reduce the occurrence of this
phenomenon by using a screen saver. You can activate a screen saver
in the “Display properties” window of your workstation.
Barco recommends setting screen saver activation after 5
minutes of non-usage. A good screen saver displays moving
content.
In case you are working with the same image or an application with
static image elements for several hours continuously (so that the
screen saver is not activated), change the image content regularly to
avoid image retention of the static elements.
3. Understand pixel technology
LCD displays use technology based on pixels. As a normal tolerance in
the manufacturing of the LCD, a limited number of these pixels may
remain either dark or permanently lit, without affecting the
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diagnostic performance of the product. To ensure optimal product
quality, Barco applies strict selection criteria for its LCD panels.
To learn more about LCD technology and missing pixels, consult
the dedicated white paper available at www.barcomedical.com.
4. Enhance user comfort
Every Barco multi-head display system is color matched with the
highest specification in the market.
Barco recommends keeping color-matched displays together.
Furthermore, it is important to use all displays of a multi-head
configuration at the same rate to preserve color matching
throughout the economic lifetime of the system.
5. Maximize Quality Assurance
The ‘MediCal QAWeb’ system offers online service for high-grade
Quality Assurance, providing maximum diagnostic confidence and
uptime.
Learn more and sign up for the free MediCal QAWeb Essential
level at www.barcomedical.com/qa
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Display controller installation
Display controller installation
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Display Controller Installation
Display Controller Installation
Which display controller?
Your Barco medical display is compatible with a large range of Barco
and non-Barco display controller boards. Depending on the customer’s
order details, the display can be delivered with or without display
controller.
The brochure “Barco medical display overview” on the website
www.barco.com/medical (Downloads section) contains a
comprehensive overview of the compatibility matrix of Barco displays
and Barco display controllers.
If you are using Barco display controllers, please follow the
installation instructions in this section. If you are using a non-Barco
display controller, please consult the corresponding documentation.
Installing a Barco display controller
This chapter will guide you through the physical installation of a Barco
display controller for your display system.
CAUTION – Wear a grounded, protective ESD strap when
handling or during installation of the display controller.
Electrostatic charges can damage the display controller.
Overview
Prior to installing the display controller(s) for your BARCO CORONIS
Display System in your PC please take a few minutes to familiarize
yourself with both the display controller(s) and the PCIe or PCI slots in
your computer.
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Display Controller Installation
Types of display controllers for Barco Display Systems
The following models of Barco display controllers are available for
your display system. Please check which of the following models is
delivered with your system, and follow the corresponding installation
instructions:
Board Model
VGA Jumper
Compatible PCIe/PCI Slot
Barco MXRT 1150
No
x1*, x8, x16
Barco MXRT 2100
No
x16
Barco MXRT 2150
No
x16
Barco MXRT 5100
No
x16
Barco MXRT 5200
No
x16
Barco MXRT 7100
No
x16
Barco MXRT 7200
No
x16
BARCOMED CORONIS PCIe
Yes
x8*, x16
BARCOMED CORONIS PCI
Yes
PCI 32 or PCI 64*
BARCOMED NIO PCIe
Yes
x8*, x16
BARCOMED NIO PCI
Yes
PCI 32 or PCI 64*
BARCOMED 5MP2FH PCIe
Yes
x8*, x16
BARCOMED 5MP2FH PCI
Yes
PCI 32 or PCI 64*
* Recommended PCI/PCIe slot
Note:
You can use x16 & x8 slots for x1, & x4 boards.
If you are using a display controller with a VGA jumper, you will need
to decide if you are going to use its on-board VGA capabilities. If you
are, check the setting of the Jumper at J-1 on the display controller
(see figure 1). By default, VGA should be enabled, on the top two
pins. To disable the on-board VGA capabilities move the jumper so
that it is on the middle and bottom pins.
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Display Controller Installation
Figure 1: Display controller VGA Jumper, VGA enabled
Note: To use multiple BarcoMed display controllers in a single
computer, you need to enable VGA on only ONE of the BarcoMed
display controllers and disable VGA on ALL the other BarcoMed
display controllers. To use a BarcoMed display controller with a
third party VGA controller or with one or more Barco MXRT
display controllers, do NOT enable VGA on the BarcoMed display
controller.
Which PCI/PCIe slot to use
The table on the preceding page lists the different display controller
model(s) available for your BARCO CORONIS Display System and the
recommended PCI/PCIe slot to use for optimum performance. Figure
2 shows the different types of PCIe slots that can be used.
- x16 slot
- x8 slot
- x1 slot
Figure 2: Examples of PCIe slots
Figure 3 shows the two different types of PCI slots that can be used.
Figure 3: Examples of PCI slots
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Display Controller Installation
Installation Procedure
The following instructions will take you step by step through the
installation of the display controller(s) for your BARCO CORONIS Display
System.
CAUTION – Wear a grounded, protective ESD strap when
handling or during installation of the display controller.
Electrostatic charges can damage the display controller.
1. If you are not going to use your old graphics card, uninstall the
drivers and software for it if you have not already done so.
2. Turn off the computer, display(s), and other peripheral devices.
3. Unplug the computer’s power cord and disconnect all cables
from the back of your computer.
Caution – Wait approximately 20 seconds after unplugging
the power cord before disconnecting a peripheral or
removing a component from the motherboard to avoid
possible damage to the motherboard.
4. Remove the computer cover.
If necessary, consult your computer’s manual for help in
removing the cover.
5. If necessary, unscrew or unfasten and remove any existing
graphics card(s) from your computer.
Note: If you are using a motherboard containing an on-board
graphics solution and do not intend to use it as part of a
multiple-display setup, disable it either in the computer’s
System Set-up utility (BIOS) or the Windows device manager.
6. Locate the appropriate slot and, if necessary, remove the metal
back-plate cover(s).
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Display Controller Installation
7. Align the display controller(s) for your BARCO CORONIS Display
System with the slot(s) and press it(them) in firmly until the
card(s) is(are) fully seated.
Note: The next step applies only to the MXRT 5100, MXRT
7100, and MXRT 7200.
8. Connect the power cable(s) to the 6-pin power connection(s) on
the graphics card. Make sure the cables are not interfering with
anything inside the computer (for example, a cooling fan).
6-pin graphics controller
power cable
Figure 4: Power connection for the MXRT 5100 and 7100 controllers
6-pin graphic controller
power cables - connect
2 cables as shown
Figure 5: Power connection for the MXRT 7200 controller
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Display Controller Installation
9. Screw in or fasten the display controller securely. Replace and
secure the computer cover.
10. Connect your BARCO CORONIS Displays to the display controller(s)
for your BARCO CORONIS Display System using the cables supplied.
Make sure all cables are securely connected before turning on
your system. Figures 6 - 9 show the types of connections are
available:
Connecting your Barco displays
For a detailed description of the display installation and signal
connection, please refer to the “Display installation” section of this
manual.
Figure 6:
IO-Panel for the Barco MXRT 1150 and Barco MXRT 2150
X
S-Video Connection
This option is not supported by Barco.
Y
DMS-59 connector provides DVI-I / Head 1 & Head 2
output connections through included Y adaptor cable.
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Figure 7:
IO-Panel for the Barco MXRT 2100 and Barco MXRT 5200
MXRT 2100
MXRT 5200
X
Head 2– DVI-I
Connection
X
Head 1– DVI-I
Connection
Y
Head 1– DVI-I
Connection
Y
Head 2– DVI-I
Connection
Note: For 6mp, connect Head 1 to left input, and Head 2 to
right input.
Figure 8:
IO-Panel for the Barco MXRT 5100, Barco MXRT 7100 and
Barco MXRT 7200
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X
Head 1 – DVI-I Connection
Y
Stereo Connection
This option is not supported by Barco.
Z
Head 2 – DVI-I Connection
Display Controller Installation
Note: For 6mp, connect Head 1 to left input, and Head 2 to
right input.
Figure 9:
IO-Panel for the BarcoMed Coronis, BarcoMed Nio, and
BarcoMed 5MP2FH family of display controllers
X
Head 1 – DVI-D Connection
Y
Head 2 – DVI-D Connection
1. Reconnect any cables you have disconnected and plug in the
computer’s power cord.
2. Turn on the display(s) and then your computer.
Turning on your system
WARNING - Turn on your display(s) before you turn on
your computer. Failure to do so could damage your display(s).
If you have properly installed your graphics card, the Windows
start-up messages will appear once the boot procedure is
finished.
Note: Your Barco display(s) will be running in a basic video
mode at a default refresh rate. Higher resolutions and refresh
rates, such as 1536x2048@60Hz, are not available at this stage
of the installation. Once you have installed the BARCO CORONIS
Display System drivers and software, the Barco monitor Plug and
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Display Controller Installation
Play software should automatically set the resolution for the
displays.
3. Install the drivers, QAWeb software and documentation for your
BARCO CORONIS Display System by following the instructions in the
Driver and Software Installation section of this manual.
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Display installation
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Installation precautions
Installation precautions
Precautions
• Keep your original packaging. It is designed for this display
and is the ideal protection during transport.
• Avoid reflections in the flat panel to reduce eye strain.
• Place the display on a strong and stable table or desk.
• Keep the display away from heat sources and provide enough
ventilation around the display.
• Do not use the display in direct sunlight.
• Do not scratch or apply pressure to the screen. This may cause
permanent damage.
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Display parts, controls and connectors
Display parts, controls and connectors
Front
The front controls are soft touch keys.
When you touch any of them while no on-screen display (OSD) is on
the screen, the front illumination is switched on for a few seconds.
When you touch a key again while the illumination is on, the function
of the key is executed.
7
6
1
2
3
4 5
Figure 10: Front view
1. Left/Down
To move down or decrease values in the OSD.
2. Right/Up
To move up or increase values in the OSD.
3. Enter
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To display the OSD (on-screen display). In the OSD, this button
acts as Enter button to make selections.
4. Standby
To put the display in standby mode.
5. Ambient light sensor
Senses the ambient light around the display. The ambient light
measurement is taken into account in the DICOM display
function calibration.
6. Power LED
Indicates the display’s power status.
Green: Display is on (when enabled in the OSD).
Orange: Display is in Standby power-saving mode.
Off: Display is disconnected from the power or the LED’s on state
is disabled in the OSD.
Note: When the LED is disabled in the OSD, it will still be
activated (green) when the display is on but does not receive
any video signal.
7. I-Guard sensor
Constantly measures and stabilizes the display light output and
(on a color display only) color temperature.
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Rear
1
2
3
4
Figure 11: Rear view
1. Connector compartment cover.
Detach to get access to the signal connectors.
2. Slot for security cable (e.g., Kensington lock).
3. Push-button to release the panel unit from the tilt & swivel foot
in landscape orientation.
4. (Not visible on drawing, hidden by the display stand) Pushbutton to release the panel unit from the tilt & swivel foot in
portrait orientation.
Connectors
6
1
2
3
4 5
Figure 12: Connectors
1.
DC power input.
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Connect the output of the DC power supply delivered with the
display to this connector.
2. +5 Vdc, 0.25 A power output for accessories.
3. DVI (digital) video input.
4. USB upstream port (to PC).
5. USB downstream port (to peripheral USB devices).
6. Power output for asset management.
Side
1
2
Figure 13: Side view
1. Display panel unit
2. USB downstream ports.
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Foot
The display stand is packaged separately from the display panels.
After unpacking you have to click the panels to the stand. There are
several types of stands, depending on the number of panels in the
system.
Single-head stand
1
2
Figure 14: Single-head stand (rear view)
1. Tilt & swivel neck cover.
Detach before connecting the signal cables.
2. Cable duct covers.
Push down and turn to open before connecting the signal cables.
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Dual-head stand
3
4
Figure 15: Dual-head stand (rear view)
3. Arm covers.
The covers are packaged separately from the stand. You have to
click them to the arms after connecting the signal cables.
4. Cable duct covers.
Push down and turn to open before connecting the signal cables.
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Single-head installation
Single-head installation
To attach the panel unit to the display stand:
1. Take the display stand from the packaging and put it on a solid
flat surface.
2. Take the panel unit from the packaging and hold it in portrait
position. The I-Guard should be positioned bottom right.
3. Hook the top gaps in the rear of the panel over the top anchors
of the stand attachment plate (1). see figure 16.
4. Push the bottom of the panel firmly towards the stand so that
the bottom anchors clip in the bottom gaps (2).
5. Check that the panel is firmly attached to the stand.
1
1
3
2
2
4
Figure 16: Attaching the panel to the display stand
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To detach the panel unit from the display stand:
1. Firmly push the push-button at the rear of the panel (3) or (4).
Push button (3) to release the panel in landscape position. Push
button (4) to release the panel in portrait position (button not
visible on drawing because hidden by the display stand).
2. Pull the bottom of the panel towards you and at the same time
lift the panel from the stand attachment plate.
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Dual-head installation
Dual-head installation
To attach the panel units to the dual-head stand:
1. Take the stand from the packaging and put it on a solid flat
surface.
Figure 17: Dual-head stand
2. Unpack the panels.
3. Slide the display brackets on the stand arms in the correct
position. The correct position is indicated on a label on the rear
of the panels. There is a measure for portrait orientation and one
for landscape orientation.
Position both display brackets so that the indicator on the
brackets corresponds to the measure on the label.
Secure them with the supplied Allen key.
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Display bracket position
(multi-head):
Portrait orientation: 46mm
Landscape orientation: 100mm
Figure 18: Example of label with position for brackets
130 120 110 100 90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
Figure 19: Shift brackets according to label indication
4. Take one of the panels and hold it in the desired position
(portrait or landscape).
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5. Hook the top gaps in the rear of the panel over the top anchors
of the bracket (figure 20 below).
6. Push the bottom of the panel firmly towards the stand so that
the bottom anchors clip in the bottom gaps (figure 20 below).
1
2
Figure 20:
7. Repeat steps 4. to 6. for the second panel in the packaging.
8. Check that both panels are firmly attached.
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Vesa-mount installation
Vesa-mount installation
Important:
• Use an arm that is approved by VESA (according to the VESA
100 mm standard).
• Use an arm that can support a weight of at least 10 kg (22.05
lbs).
To attach the panel unit to an arm stand:
1. Unscrew the 4 screws (M4 x 8 mm) from the rear of the display
panel.
2. Attach the panel firmly to the arm stand using 4 screws M4 x 10
mm.
Figure 21: : Vesa mount fixation holes
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Adjust panel orientation
Adjust panel orientation
To adjust the panel orientation:
1. Before turning the display panel, lift it in its heighest position. If
not, the corner of the panel might hit the foot during the
rotation.
2. To change from portrait to landscape, turn the panel
counterclockwise.
3. To change from landscape to portrait, turn clockwise.
Figure 22: Portrait orientation
Figure 23: Landscape orientation
Note: To rotate the image after rotating the panel, change the
resolution in the Display Properties control panel.
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Connecting the signal cables
Connecting the signal cables
To connect the signal cables to the display:
1. Make sure the computer is turned off.
2. To get access to the connectors, remove the connector
compartment cover (1).
To remove the cover, gently pull the bottom side of the cover
upward or firmly press down the 2 clips at the top side
(positions marked in the plastic).
3. To facilitate cable routing afterwards, remove the tilt & swivel
neck cover (2). Therefore, first tilt the display panel in upright
position. Then lift and pull backward the neck cover.
4. Also to facilitate cable routing afterwards, open both cable duct
covers (3).
1
2
3
3
Figure 24: Remove covers before connecting signal cables
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5. Connect signal cables:
7
4
5 6
Figure 25: Signal cable connections
• Connect one end of the DVI cable to the DVI input of the
display (4). Connect the other end of the DVI cable to the DVI
connector of the display controller board.
• Connect a PC USB downstream connector to the display’s USB
upstream connector by means of a USB cable (5).
• Connect any USB device to one of the display’s USB
downstream connectors (6)
• Connect the DC power input (7) of the display to the external
DC power supply. Connect the other end of the external DC
power supply to a grounded power outlet by means of the
proper power cord delivered in the packaging (8).
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7
8
Figure 26: External DC power supply
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Cable routing
Cable routing
To route the cables:
Figure 27: Display rear view
1. Bind the cables in the connector compartment together with the
cable tie inside the connector compartment.
2. Route the cables alongside the neck and in the cable ducts in
the tilt & swivel foot. See figure 27 above.
3. Re-attach the connector compartment cover and neck cover.
Close the cable duct covers. Push the cable duct covers upward
to lock them.
To route the cables:
1. Bind the cables in the connector compartments together with
the cable ties inside the connector compartments.
2. Re-attach the connector compartment covers.
3. Unpack the plastic stand arm covers and attach them to the
display stand.
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To attach the arm covers, first slide the covers horizontally over
the arms and then push them firmly against the arms so that
the covers’ plastic clips hook in the grooves in the metal arms.
1
2
Figure 28: Attach arm covers
4. Close the cable duct covers. Push the cable duct covers upward
to lock them.
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Figure 29: Installation complete
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Cleaning instructions
Cleaning instructions
Precautions
• Take care not to damage or scratch the glass or LCD panel. Be
careful with rings or other jewellery that can touch the glass.
• Do not apply pressure on the glass or LCD panel.
• Do not apply or spray liquid directly to the glass, panel or
cabinet as excess liquid may cause damage to internal
electronics. Instead, apply the liquid to the cleaning cloth.
Front glass
Proceed as follows:
Clean the glass using a sponge, cleaning cloth or soft tissue, lightly
moistened with one of the following tested products:
• Flux
• Windex Glass Plus
• Bohle glass cleaner
• Mr. Proper
• Pril
• Ajax glass cleaner
• Sidolin glass cleaner
In case none of the above cleaning products is available, use plain
water.
Do NOT use:
• Alcohol/solvents at higher concentration > 5%
• Strong alkalis lye, strong solvents
• Acid
• Detergents with fluoride
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• Detergents with ammonia
• Detergents with abrasives
• Steel wool
• Sponge with abrasives
• Steel blades
• Cloth with steel thread
Cabinet
Proceed as follows:
• Clean the cabinet using a soft cotton cloth, lightly moistened
with a recognized cleaning product for medical equipment.
• Repeat with water only.
• Wipe dry with a dry cloth.
• The cabinet has been tested for resistance to the following
products:
• Cidex, Betadine
• Alcohol (Isopropyl and Ethyl)
• Ammonia-based cleaners (Windex)
• Aquasonic Gel
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Software installation
Software installation
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Driver and Software Installation
Driver and Software Installation
This chapter will guide you through the installation of the drivers,
software and documentation associated with your BARCO CORONIS
Display System or BARCO CORONIS Display(s).
The process for the BARCO MXRT family of controllers and BARCOMED
family of controllers is handled separately.
If you install Barco displays without Barco display controllers, no
drivers will be installed. Only the online user manual will be installed
on your system.
Driver and software installation prerequisites
Note: To install or remove the drivers, software, or
documentation you must be logged on as a user with
administrator privileges.
Your operating system must be installed and running before you can
install the driver, software and documentation for the display
controller(s) for your BARCO CORONIS Display System.
Before you begin make sure that all of your BARCO CORONIS Display(s)
are connected to the appropriate display controller(s) in your system.
Note: This installation procedure is based on operating
Windows in “Classic” view style. If “Home” or “Default” view
style is selected in Windows, sections of this procedure may be
different than what is listed.
Installing the BARCO MXRT drivers and software
Note: The installation dialog will display in English if your
operating system’s language is not supported.
This process applies to the following versions of Windows:
• Windows XP Professional,
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• Windows XP Professional x64 Edition,
• Windows Server 2003,
• Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition,
• Windows Server 2008,
• Windows 2008 x64, and
• Windows Vista 32 & 64 Bit Edition.
You will need to install the BARCO CORONIS Display system drivers and
software in the following cases:
• After you have installed the display controller(s) for your
BARCO CORONIS Display System in your system for the first time.
• After you have reinstalled or upgraded your operating system.
• After you have moved the display controller(s) to a different
PCI/PCIe slot.
• When you upgrade to a newer version of the MXRT driver.
• When you put additional MXRT display controllers in your
system.
1. You do not need to manually uninstall an existing driver before
updating to the current version. The Barco Product Installation
Wizard will detect any prior installations and start the
uninstallation process automatically.
Start your system. When the Found New Hardware Wizard
comes up, click Cancel. When the System Settings Change
window asks you to restart your computer, click No or Restart
Later.
2. Run the Barco Product Installation Wizard.
The Barco Product Installation Wizard should start automatically
when you insert the BARCO CORONIS Display System Installation
CD-ROM into your computer’s CD/DVD drive after the operating
system has started. If your CD/DVD drive’s auto-run is not
enabled or the Barco Product Installation Wizard does not start
automatically, you can run the Barco Product Installation Wizard
manually by following these steps:
a) Click the Start button in the task bar.
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b) Click Run.
c) Click Browse and browse to the root directory of the
BARCO CORONIS Display System Installation CD-ROM and
click on the file, Setup.exe, and click Open.
d) Click OK.
or
a) Browse to the root directory of the BARCO CORONIS Display
System Installation CD-ROM and double click on the file,
Setup.exe.
3. Click Next twice.
4. Click Yes to accept the terms of the MediCal QAWeb Agent
license agreement. The Barco setup wizard will continue with
the installation only if you accept the terms of the license
agreement. If you click No, the wizard will exit. Click Next.
5. Follow the wizard’s on-screen instructions to complete the
MediCal QAWeb installation.
6. The Barco Product Installation Wizard will now guide you
through the installation of the driver.
7. Click Yes to accept the terms of the Barco and ATI license
agreements. The Barco setup wizard will continue with the
installation only if you accept the terms of both license
agreements. If you click No, the wizard will exit. Click Next.
8. Follow the wizard’s on-screen instructions to complete the driver
installation.
Note: The driver installation may take up to 5 minutes, and
the monitor may blink a few times during the installation
process.
Note: For “non-English” operating systems, you may
encounter multiple pop-up screens. If this occurs, click the
appropriate buttons to complete the installation.
9. When the driver setup is complete, click the Finish button.
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10. When the Setup complete message appears, select Reboot
System Now and click Finish.
11. After the system reboots, Windows may display either the
Digital Signature Not Found message or The software you are
installing for this hardware has not passed Windows logo
testing.
Automated display configuration
Once the drivers, software and documentation have been installed
and your system has been rebooted, the Barco Monitor Plug and Play
Software should automatically detect your Barco displays and attach
them to the desktop with the correct resolution. If the Barco Monitor
Plug and Play Software fails to detect your Barco displays or fails to
attach them to the desktop correctly please refer to the section,
Setting the resolution of your Barco Display in the Configuring
Windows section of this manual.
Reinstalling drivers
You can install new drivers or reinstall existing drivers at any time by
using the Barco Set-up wizard on your BARCO CORONIS Display System
Installation CD-ROM, see Installing the BARCO MXRT drivers and
software, on page 58 of this manual.
Uninstalling the drivers and software
To uninstall the Barco drivers, software or documentation for your
Barco Coronis Display Systems, please use the Windows Add/Remove
Programs or Uninstall utility. This can be found in the Windows Control
Panel. For Vista use Programs & Features.
Note: When uninstalling the Barco MXRT drivers, the dialog
box shown in figure 30 will appear, and select the driver listed.
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Figure 30: Barco MXRT Driver Removal Wizard (driver version may be different than what is
pictured)
Note: Vista Only: After uninstalling the driver, shutdown the
machine and remove the card. If you leave the card in the
system, Vista will automatically reinstall the driver.
If you are uninstalling the Barco MXRT drivers prior to doing a
driver upgrade, complete the Barco MXRT Driver Removal Wizard
as described, and reboot the system into Safe Mode. From Safe
Mode, run the Program Files\Barco\ MXRT_DriverCleaner batch
file to remove any remaining files. Then you can reboot into
regular Windows mode to install the new driver.
Command line (Silent) Install of Drivers and Software
(Not supported with Windows Vista)
Specifying the silent install option causes most of the GUI associated
with the installer to disappear. A background progress window will
still be visible, but no user input will be required.
The silent install behavior is dictated by the SETUP.INI file. Each
application is allowed to have separate command-line parameters for
normal and silent installs.
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To install the drivers and software silently, please follow the steps
below:
1. Insert the BARCO CORONIS Display System Installation CD-ROM into
your CD/DVD drive. When the Barco Product Installation Wizard
starts click “Cancel”.
2. Click the Start button in the task bar.
3. Click Run.
4. Click Browse and
a) Browse to the root directory of the BARCO CORONIS Display
System Installation CD-ROM.
b) Click on the file, Setup.exe, and click Open.
or
a) Browse to the root directory of the location where you
saved the contents of your BARCO CORONIS Display System
Installation CD-ROM.
b) Click on the file, Setup.exe, and click Open.
5. In the Open address window, place your cursor at the end of the
line of text that appears and add the following text after
Setup.exe, a space and -silent. Click OK.
Example (where D is the name of your CD/DVD drive):
D:\Setup.exe -silent
See figure 31 for an example of how the command line window
should look when using the silent install from the BARCO CORONIS
Display System Installation CD-ROM.
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Figure 31: Command line installation
Note: When performing an MXRT driver upgrade, it is essential
to uninstall the previous installation before installing the new
driver. We also recommend that you perfrom the following steps
to completely remove the previously installed files:
a) Boot the system in safe mode.
b) Run MXRT driver cleaner.bat by double clicking on it (this
will either be installed as an icon on your desktop, or can
be found on the Barco Display System installation CD at:
drivers\2KXP\ATI). This will remove all the previous
installed MXRT driver files.
c) Reboot the system in regular mode and install the new
driver.
Installing the BARCOMED CORONIS or Nio drivers
and software
Note: The installation dialog will display in English if your
operating system’s language is not supported.
This process applies to the following versions of Windows:
• Windows 2000 Professional,
• Windows XP Professional,
• Windows XP Professional x64 Edition,
• Windows Server 2003,
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• Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition, and
• Windows Vista 32 & 64 Bit Edition.
You will need to install the BARCO CORONIS Display system drivers and
software in the following cases:
• After you have installed the display controller(s) for your
BARCO CORONIS Display System in your system for the first time.
• After you have reinstalled or upgraded your operating system.
• After you have moved the display controller(s) to a different
PCI/PCIe slot.
1. Start your system. When the Found New Hardware Wizard
comes up, click Cancel. When the System Settings Change
window asks you to restart your computer, click No or Restart
Later.
2. Run the Barco Product Installation Wizard.
The Barco Product Installation Wizard should start automatically
if you insert the BARCO CORONIS Display System Installation
CD-ROM into your CD/DVD drive after the operating system has
started. If your CD/DVD drive’s auto-run is not enabled or the
Barco Product Installation Wizard does not start automatically,
you can run the Barco Product Installation Wizard manually by
following these steps:
a) Click the Start button in the task bar.
b) Click Run.
c) Click Browse and browse to the root directory of the
BARCO CORONIS Display System Installation CD-ROM and
click on the file, Setup.exe, and click Open.
d) Click OK.
or
a) Browse to the root directory of the BARCO CORONIS Display
System Installation CD-ROM and double click on the file,
Setup.exe.
3. Click Next twice.
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4. Follow the wizard’s on-screen instructions to complete the
installation.
Note: When the page shown in figure 32 appears you may
either click Next to accept the default settings or if you know the
settings required for your viewing application, you may select
them now and then click Next. You may change these settings
later by accessing the Barco Driver tab within the Windows
Display Control Panel.
Figure 32:
Please refer to your application manuals for information on the
correct Palette and Drawing modes to select.
5. When the driver setup is complete, click the Finish button.
6. The Barco Product Installation Wizard will now guide you
through the installation of MediCal QAWeb, BarcoMed SelfExam,
and the Barco on-line documentation.
7. When the Setup complete message appears, select Reboot
System Now and click Finish.
8. After the system reboots, Windows may display either the
Digital Signature Not Found message or The software you are
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installing for this hardware has not passed Windows logo
testing.
Automated display configuration
Once the drivers, software and documentation have been installed
and your system has been rebooted, the Barco Monitor Plug and Play
Software should automatically detect your Barco displays and attach
them to the desktop with the correct resolution. If the Barco Monitor
Plug and Play Software fails to detect your Barco displays or fails to
attach them to the desktop correctly please refer to the section,
Setting the resolution of your Barco Coronis Display in the
Configuring Windows section of this manual.
Reinstalling drivers
You can install new drivers or reinstall existing drivers at any time by
using the Barco Set-up wizard on your BARCO CORONIS Display System
Installation CD-ROM, see Installing the BARCOMED CORONIS or Nio
drivers and software, on page 64 of this manual.
Uninstalling the drivers and software
To uninstall the Barco drivers, software or documentation for your
Barco Coronis Display Systems, please use the Windows Add/Remove
Programs or Uninstall utility. This can be found in the Windows Control
Panel. For Vista use Programs & Features
Note: If you installed your BARCOMED CORONIS or Nio drivers with
DualView enabled, the wizard will warn you that DualView must
be disabled before the drivers can be uninstalled. This is normal,
please follow the prompts from the wizard.
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Figure 33: Barco Driver Removal Wizard
Command line (Silent) Install of Drivers and Software
(Not supported with Windows Vista)
Specifying the silent install option causes most of the GUI associated
with the installer to disappear. A background progress window will
still be visible, but no user input will be required.
The silent install behavior is dictated by the SETUP.INI file. Each
application is allowed to have separate command-line parameters for
normal and silent installs.
To install the drivers and software silently, please follow the steps
below:
1. Insert the BARCO CORONIS Display System Installation CD-ROM into
your CD/DVD drive. When the Barco Product Installation Wizard
starts click “Cancel”.
2. Click the Start button in the task bar.
3. Click Run.
4. Click Browse and
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a) Browse to the root directory of the BARCO CORONIS Display
System Installation CD-ROM.
b) Click on the file, Setup.exe, and click Open.
or
a) Browse to the root directory of the location where you
saved the contents of your BARCO CORONIS Display System
Installation CD-ROM.
b) Click on the file, Setup.exe, and click Open.
5. In the Open address window, place your cursor at the end of the
line of text that appears and add the following text after
Setup.exe, a space and -silent. Click OK.
Example (where D is the name of your CD/DVD drive):
D:\Setup.exe -silent
See figure 34 for an example of how the command line window
should look when using the silent install from the BARCO CORONIS
Display System Installation CD-ROM.
Figure 34: Command line installation
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Where to get more information
Where to get more information
Where to find more information
The following documentation is included with your system:
Document
Location
Information
Quick install
sheet
System box
Brief overview of the complete
system set-up
Online user
guide
Installed on the
PC
Detailed description of the
graphic board control panels
and display controls and functions
Getting started
guide (PDF)
System CD-ROM
This booklet in PDF format
Online user
guide (PDF)
System CD-ROM
Same information as the
online user guide on the PC,
but in printer-friendly PDF format
QAWeb Agent
user guide
(PDF)
System CD-ROM
Description of the functions of
QAWeb Agent in printerfriendly PDF format
About the online user guide
The online user guide is installed on the system PC during the system
driver installation. To open the online user guide, select
Start>Program Files>Barco>Documentation>Coronis online user guide
from the Windows Start menu.
The online user guide uses Java scripts to create the html pages. In
Windows XP, SP2, it is possible that Internet Explorer blocks them for
security reasons. To display the pages, proceed as follows:
• In Windows control panel, select Internet Options
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• Select the Advanced tab
• In the Security section, check the option Allow active
content to run in files on My Computer
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
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General tips
General tips
• If one display from a multi-head system exhibits problems, try
to eliminate the problem by switching video cables or power
supplies. In that way you can find out if the problem resides in
the display or not.
If the display screen remains black after installation:
Possible causes:
• Power is not properly connected
• Video cable is not properly connected
• Video cable is bad
• Display is switched off - activate the power button to switch it
on
• PC is started up while the display was not connected - reboot
the PC while all displays are connected
• Graphic board resolution is too high or too low
• Two displays with different resolution are connected to the
same graphic board
• One of the heads of the graphic board is not attached in the
display properties control panel
• PC is in stand-by mode
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Configuring Windows
Setting the resolution of your BARCO CORONIS
Display
Note: In order to set the resolution of your BARCO CORONIS
Display you must be logged in using an account with
administrator privileges.
Accessing the Windows Display Control Panel
1. Open the “Windows Display Control Panel” by one of the
methods below:
a) Start > Settings > Control Panel > Display
b) Open the “Display Properties Control Panel” by right
clicking in an empty area on the desktop, then select
Properties.
c) Windows Vista: Right click in an empty area on the
desktop, select “Personalization”, then click on “Display
Setting”.
2. Click on the Settings tab (the Settings tab is not present in
Vista).
3. Select the rectangle that represents the Barco display whose
settings you wish to change.
Note: If you are using the VGA capabilities of your BARCOMED
display controller, the resolution for the first display may be set
to a VGA resolution of “640 x 480” pixels with 16 colors and a
default refresh rate. If your BarcoMed controller is not running
VGA, the display may not be enabled yet. To enable the display,
check the “Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor”
checkbox, but do NOT click the Apply button at this time.
If you installed your BARCO CORONIS Display System drivers in
SingleView mode (default for Windows 2000) there will be one
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rectangle for the virtual display representing the two heads
controlled by each BarcoMed display controller output.
If you installed your BARCO CORONIS Display System drivers in
DualView mode (default for Windows XP) there will be a
rectangle representing each head controlled by each output of
the display controller. This will be true even if you have only one
display connected to your BarcoMed controller. Both displays of a
display controller cannot be enabled at the same time unless
their display properties match. If necessary detach the second
display of the BarcoMed display controller you are working with
by right clicking on the rectangle that represents it, deselect
Attached and click the Apply button.
Note: Since Windows will not let you detach the primary
display connected to a particular controller, you may need to
temporarily make another display the primary display
4. For the display which is still attached click Click on the Advanced
Button.
5. Select the Adapter tab and then click on the List All Modes
button. Select the resolution and refresh rate that your BARCO
CORONIS Display display supports from the dialog box and click
OK.
Note: In the Adapter box, the Adapter string shows if this
display is the First View or the Second View attached to the
display controller. Please make a note of this, so that you can
arrange the displays in the correct order later if necessary.
6. Click OK on the bottom of the Adapter Control Panel. If the “OK”
button on the bottom of the Adapter Control Panel is not visible,
press the TAB key once and then press CTRL+Enter to select OK.
7. Click OK in the “Windows will now apply your new desktop
settings” dialog box. Your BARCO CORONIS Display display should
now synchronize and display the Windows desktop.
8. Click Yes when asked, “Your desktop has been reconfigured. Do
you want to keep these settings?”
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To set the resolution of the second display attached to the
BarcoMed display controller you are working with, go back to
the “Settings” tab of the “Display Properties Control Panel”. If
necessary attach the second display you detached in step 2
above, by right clicking on the rectangle that represents it and
selecting Attached.
Now repeat steps 5-8 above for this display.
If you are using a Quad-Head Configuration repeat all of the
above steps for the two displays on the second display
controller.
Note: If you have a single display configuration and you have
enabled DualView, Windows will not allow you to attach the
second head. This is normal and not a bug.
After enabling DualView and setting the resolutions in a QuadHead Configuration you may need to drag the heads into the
proper position in the window on the “Settings” tab, so that the
arrangement in the window on the “Settings” tab matches the
physical arrangement of your configuration.
Setting the Color and Palette Modes
(See Barco Controller Control Panel Settings section in this manual)
Configuring the Windows desktop
Note: In order to configure the Windows Desktop of your BARCO
CORONIS Display System you must be logged in using an account
with administrator privileges.
If you are using a color display in conjunction with your Barco
grayscale display(s) you should configure your desktop before setting
the resolution of the your Barco grayscale display(s).
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Technical Specifications
Technical Specifications
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Item
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MDCC 2121
MDCG 2121
Picture panel
TFT AM-LCD Dual
Domain IPS color
(From Oct. 2008: IPSPro)
IPS SA-TFT
Native resolution
1600x1200
1600x1200
Native color resolution
8 bits / sub-pixel
8 bits / sub-pixel
Pixel Pitch
0.270 mm (H) x
0.270 mm (V)
0.270 mm (H) x
0.270 mm (V)
Active diagonal
540 mm (21.3 -inch)
540 mm (21.3 -inch)
Display area (H x V)
432.0x324.0 (mm)
432.0x324.0 (mm)
Viewing angle
(@ 10/1 contrast)
Vertical: 170º
Horizontal: 170º
Vertical: 170º
Horizontal: 170º
Contrast ratio
500/1 (typical in
dark environment)
800/1 (typical in
dark environment
Luminance
300 cd/m² (calibrated, backlight
age<20,000 hours)
with ULT off.
240 cd/m² (calibrated, backlight
age<20,000 hours)
with ULT on.
500 cd/m² (calibrated, backlight
age<30,000 hours)
Response time
25.2 ms typical (@
25° C after 30 min
warm-up)
35 ms typical (@ 25°
C after 30 min
warm-up)
Technical Specifications
Item
MDCC 2121
MDCG 2121
Signal systems
DVI Digital
Complying to DVI
Rev 1.0 specifications
DVI single and dual
link
Complying to DVI
Rev 1.0 specifications
USB standard
USB 2.0
USB 2.0
Input signals
Possible resolutions:
• 640 x 480 @ 60,
75, 85, 100 Hz
• 800 x 600 @ 60 Hz
• 1024x768 @ 60 Hz
• 1152x870 @ 60 Hz
• 1280x1024 @ 59,
60 Hz
• 1600x1200 @ 59,
60 Hz
Possible resolutions:
• 640 x 480 @ 60,
75, 85, 100 Hz
• 800 x 600 @ 60 Hz
• 1024x768 @ 60 Hz
• 1152x870 @ 60 Hz
• 1280x1024 @ 59,
60 Hz
• 1600x1200 @ 59,
60 Hz
Power source
External 12 VDC
power supply unit:
90 ~ 264 VAC
External 12 VDC
power supply unit:
90 ~ 264 VAC
Power consumption
99 watts (max., at
90 VAC, no USB load)
74 watts (max., at
90 VAC, no USB load)
Dimensions (W x H x
D)
In perpendicular vertical position, highest position, tilt = 0°,
swivel = 0°:
381 x 666.9 x 284.5
mm
In perpendicular vertical position, highest position, tilt = 0°,
swivel = 0°:
369 x 559 x 285 mm
Net weight
unpacked
15.1 kg
15.9 kg
Operating Temperature
0°C to 40°C, 15°C to
35°C within specs
0°C to 40°C, 15°C to
35°C within specs
Storage Temperature
-20°C to 60°C
-20°C to 60°C
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MDCC 2121
MDCG 2121
Humidity
8% - 80% (non-condensing) for operation
5% - 95% (non-condensing) for storage
8% - 80% (non-condensing) for operation
5% - 95% (non-condensing) for storage
Altitude
7500 m storage
3000 m operation
7500 m storage
3000 m operation
Technical Specifications
Item
MDCC 3120
MDCG 3120
Picture panel
TFT AM-LCD Dual
Domain IPS color
AM-LCD IPS
Native resolution
2048x1536
2048x1536
Native color resolution
8 bits / sub-pixel
8 bits / sub-pixel
Pixel Pitch
0.207 mm (H) x
0.207 mm (V)
0.207 mm (H) x
0.207 mm (V)
Active diagonal
528 mm (20.8 -inch)
528 mm (20.8 -inch)
Display area (H x V)
423.9x318.0 (mm)
423.0x318.0 (mm)
Viewing angle
(@ 10/1 contrast)
Vertical: 170º
Horizontal: 170º
Vertical: 170º
Horizontal: 170º
Contrast ratio
400/1 (typical in
dark environment)
900/1 (typical in
dark environment ULT off)
Luminance
500 cd/m² (calibrated, backlight
age<20,000 hours)
with ULT off.
400 cd/m² (calibrated, backlight
age<20,000 hours)
with ULT on.
500 cd/m² (calibrated, backlight
age<30,000 hours)
Response time
50 ms typical (@ 25°
C after 30 min
warm-up)
50 ms typical (@ 25°
C after 30 min
warm-up)
Signal systems
DVI dual channel
Complying to DVI
Rev 1.0 specifications
DVI single and dual
link
Complying to DVI
Rev 1.0 specifications
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Item
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MDCC 3120
MDCG 3120
USB standard
USB 2.0
USB 2.0
Input signals
Possible resolutions:
• 640 x 480 @ 60,
75, 85, 100 Hz
• 800 x 600 @ 60 Hz
• 1024x768 @ 60 Hz
• 1152x870 @ 60 Hz
• 1280x1024 @ 59,
60 Hz
• 1600x1200 @ 59,
60 Hz
• 2048x1536 @ 30,
59, 60 Hz
Possible resolutions:
• 640 x 480 @ 60,
75, 85, 100 Hz
• 800 x 600 @ 60 Hz
• 1024x768 @ 60 Hz
• 1152x870 @ 60 Hz
• 1280x1024 @ 59,
60 Hz
• 1600x1200 @ 59,
60 Hz
• 2048x1536 @ 58,
59 Hz
• 2560x2048 @ 50,
60 Hz
Power source
External 24 VDC
power supply unit:
90 ~ 264 VAC
External 12 VDC
power supply unit:
90 ~ 264 VAC
Power consumption
112 watts (nominal,
at 90 VAC, calibrated position, no
USB load)
84.7 watts (nominal,
at 90 VAC, calibrated position, no
USB load)
Dimensions (W x H x
D)
In perpendicular vertical position, highest position, tilt = 0°,
swivel = 0°:
369 x 661 x 285 mm
In perpendicular vertical position, highest position, tilt = 0°,
swivel = 0°:
369 x 661 x 285 mm
Net weight
unpacked
15.1 kg
15.9 kg
Operating Temperature
0°C to 40°C, 15°C to
35°C within specs
0°C to 40°C, 15°C to
35°C within specs
Storage Temperature
-20°C to 60°C
-20°C to 60°C
Technical Specifications
Item
MDCC 3120
MDCG 3120
Humidity
8% - 80% (non-condensing) for operation
5% - 95% (non-condensing) for storage
8% - 80% (non-condensing) for operation
5% - 95% (non-condensing) for storage
Altitude
7500 m storage
3000 m operation
7500 m storage
3000 m operation
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MDCG 2121 MKII
Picture panel
IPS SA-TFT
Native resolution
1600x1200
Native color resolution
8 bits / sub-pixel
Pixel Pitch
0.270 mm (H) x
0.270 mm (V)
Active diagonal
540 mm (21.3 -inch)
Display area (H x V)
432.0x324.0 (mm)
Viewing angle
(@ 1/2 contrast
ratio)
Vertical: 170º
Horizontal: 170º
Contrast ratio
850/1 (typical in
dark environment
with ULT off.
650/1 (typical in
dark environment
with ULT on.
Luminance
500 cd/m² (calibrated, backlight
age<30,000 hours)
Response time
35 ms typical (@ 25°
C after 30 min
warm-up)
Signal systems
DVI single and dual
link
Complying to DVI
Rev 1.0 specifications
USB standard
USB 2.0
Technical Specifications
Item
MDCG 2121 MKII
Input signals
Possible resolutions:
• 640 x 480 @ 60,
75, 85, 100 Hz
• 800 x 600 @ 60 Hz
• 1024x768 @ 60 Hz
• 1152x870 @ 60 Hz
• 1280x1024 @ 59,
60 Hz
• 1600x1200 @ 59,
60 Hz
Power source
External 12 VDC
power supply unit:
90 ~ 264 VAC
Power consumption
74 watts (max., at
90 VAC, no USB load)
Dimensions (W x H x
D)
In perpendicular vertical position, highest position, tilt = 0°,
swivel = 0°:
369 x 559 x 285 mm
Net weight
unpacked
14.6 kg
Operating Temperature
0°C to 40°C, 15°C to
35°C within specs
Storage Temperature
-20°C to 60°C
Humidity
8% - 80% (non-condensing) for operation
5% - 95% (non-condensing) for storage
Altitude
7500 m storage
3000 m operation
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Warranty Statement
Warranty Statement
BARCO MID GENERAL WARRANTY TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Applicable from Jan 1st 2008
ARTICLE 1: PRODUCT WARRANTY
Barco nv, Medical Imaging Division warrants that the equipment will be free of defects in
workmanship or material for the warranty period or the specific period of a warranty extension
program.
Hardware: Barco warrants that upon delivery hereunder the Products shall (i) conform to its
specifications in effect at the date of delivery and (ii) be free from defects in material and
workmanship (the "Warranties").
Software: Barco warrants that software written by Barco shall perform substantially in accordance
with the specifications in effect at the date of delivery. Software is inherently susceptible to bugs
and errors. Barco makes no warranties with respect to the software which is provided to Customer
on an "as-is" basis and does not warrant uninterrupted or error-free operation of the Products.
Unless otherwise indicated in Barco’s Product manual or in the agreement between Barco and
Customer, the Warranty Period shall be
(a) Hardware: 12 months commencing on the Barco date of invoice.
(b) Software: 3 months commencing on the Barco date of invoice.
Notwithstanding the provisions of clause 2, repair and replacement of defects in material and/or
workmanship under this warranty shall be accomplished in our works according to the terms and
conditions as set forth hereafter:
1.1
Any claim under the Warranties must be notified to Barco in writing within 8 days from the date the
defect or failure has been discovered or noticed the first time. The Customer, upon the occurrence of
any equipment failure, shall contact Barco nv, MID customer support centre (or an authorised service
centre) by telephone, fax or e-mail and shall provide the applicable customer support person with a
complete description of the problem being encountered, including the model and serial number of
the equipment in which the problem has arisen.
1.2
The customer support person shall diagnose the problem experienced by the Customer and shall
advise the Customer on how to proceed. Customer support may ask to return the faulty equipment
or faulty subassemblies to the Barco nv, or a MID customer support centre (or an authorised service
centre) for repair activities. In no event shall Customer return a defective Product or part thereof to
Barco without Barco's prior written approval.
In the event the return to Barco of the defective Product is authorized by Barco, Barco shall issue to
Customer an RMA (Return Material Authorization).
The Customer shall apply for an RMA number to the closest Barco nv, MID Customer support centre
(or an authorised service centre) as listed at www.barcomedical.com, unless otherwise indicated.
The one-way cost of packing, transport and insurance related to shipping the alleged defective
Product or part to Barco for repair or replacement shall be borne by Customer. The one-way cost of
packing, transport and insurance related to shipping of the repaired or replacement Product or part
to Customer shall be borne by Barco.
1.3
The Customer shall return, freight prepaid, the defective equipment or subassemblies in its original
packaging with the assigned RMA number for repair to the Barco nv, MID Customer support centre
(or an authorised service centre).
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1.4
Replacement parts used shall be new or equivalent to new parts for the revision level of the
equipment. A replacement LCD panel will be new or similar run time. The warranty period for the
replacement parts will expire at the same moment as the original warranty period of the
equipment. All parts replaced hereunder and returned to Barco nv, MID (or an authorised service
centre) shall become the property of Barco nv, MID (or the authorised service centre).
1.5
The repaired equipment shall be returned to the Customer, by regular freight, at Barco nv, MID’s
charge.
1.6
Barco nv, MID will replace a product that fails within 90 days after shipment from Barco with a new
one, ensuring color matching in the event of a diagnostic multi head display configuration.
Barco aims to ship the new replacement product within 2 business days after receipt of the
Customers notification in writing.
ARTICLE 2: CONDITIONS PRECEDENT FOR WARRANTY AND ITEMS EXCLUDED FROM
WARRANTY
A. The Warranties shall apply only to the extent the Products or any parts thereof have
(i) been transported and stored at all times in the original packaging in the conditions as specified
by Barco (such as covered and secure location, minimum and maximum temperature, maximum
humidity, …) or, in absence thereof, at least in conditions consistent with generally accepted practice
for this type of products;
(ii) been handled at all times in accordance with Barco's instructions or, in absence thereof, at least
with the care and caution consistent with generally accepted practice for this type of products;
(iii) been installed strictly in accordance with the instructions and directions given by Barco (if and
to the extent the Products have not been installed by Barco or its authorized subcontractors);
(iv) not been subject to any unauthorized access, alteration, modification or repair or attempts
thereto;
(v) been at all times "normally used" for the intended purpose and operated in strict accordance
with the operating instructions set forth in the operating manual of the Product in question and shall
not have been otherwise misused, abused, damaged. For the purpose hereof, "normally used" shall
mean a regular, ordinary and routine usage of the Product in question as intended and/or
recommended by Barco;
(vi) been maintained at all times in accordance with Barco's instructions or, in absence thereof, at
least with intervals and in a manner consistent with generally accepted practice for this type of
products;
B. The warranty described herein shall not include the following:
2.1
Any hardware or software item procured from a source other than Barco nv, MID or their official
agent or distributor and integrated by Customer or a third party into Barco nv, MID supplied
equipment.
2.2
Any host configuration not explicitly supported by Barco nv, MID.
2.3
All software installed on the system, whether they are acquired from Barco nv, MID or third party.
An exception is made for software delivered by Barco nv, MID that would prove to be a cause for the
mal functioning of the hardware covered under this Agreement.
2.4
Normal wear and tear, use under circumstances exceeding specifications, such as use in dusty
environment or under excessive temperature conditions, abuse, unauthorised repair or alternation,
lack of proper configuration or maintenance, damaged or modified or removed serial number,
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cosmetic refurbishment.
2.5
Repair or replacement of consumables1 or specific parts that by definition are subject to wear and
tear, including but not limited to:
a.CRT’s, LCD panels
b.Backlights in diagnostic LCD displays, when the backlight run time2 is beyond the Guaranteed
Backlight Lifetime3 of that model, when used at the Factory Calibrated Luminance4
Eg1.
•
A display is used at 8 hours/day; ie. +/-2.920hours/year
•
The display system is covered with a warranty period of 5 year
•
The Guaranteed Backlight Lifetime of that model is 17.000hours.
•
The Factory Calibrated Luminance cannot be achieved anymore after 4 year, thus
corresponding to +/-11.680hours
•
Result: the backlight replacement is performed under warranty
Eg2.
•
A display is used at 24 hours/day; ie. 8.760hours/year
•
The display system is covered with a warranty program of 5 year
•
The Guaranteed Backlight Lifetime of that model is 17.000hours.
•
The Factory Calibrated Luminance cannot be achieved anymore after 2.5years, thus
corresponding to +/-21.900hours
•
Result: the backlight replacement does not make part of the warranty coverage.
(1): ‘Consumable’ is a part that can be replaced by the user
(2): ‘Backlight run time’ is the total time that an image (including use of a screen saver) has
been applied to the screen; this value can be consulted via the OSD buttons (On Screen
Display).
(3): ‘Guaranteed Backlight Lifetime’ is the number of backlight hours during which a
predefined luminance value, ie. the Factory Calibrated Luminance, will be provided by a
specific diagnostic display model. This figure is printed on the Warranty certificate of each
display or can be requested at your local Barco office.
(4): ‘Factory Calibrated Luminance’: is the typical luminance value that a specific diagnostic
display model is calibrated at during the production process. This figure is printed on the
Warranty certificate of each display or can be requested at your local Barco office.
c. Lamps, optical components in projectors
d. Replacement because of:
i.
image retention as a result of:
- not correctly using screen saver and/or Display Power Management System (DPMS)
as
explained in the user manual
- prolonged operation of the display with a static image on the same screen area
ii. a number of missing pixels that is lower than the total allowable number as mentioned
in the product specifications.
iii. difference in color temperature that is lower than the total allowable difference as
mentioned in the product specifications
iv. difference in color temperature as a result of not using all displays of a multi-head
configuration at the same rate.
v. LCD luminance uniformity that is in within the product specifications or luminance
uniformity performance that is inherent to LCD technology.
Barco nv, MID does not warrant a minimum life time nor a performance of any of the consumables.
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2.6
Replacement of moveable parts such as power cords, remote controls, …
2.7
Any product disassembly and installation costs at the operation site, travel expenses and travel time
to and from the operation site for the personnel in charge of the repair works and transport charges.
2.8
Any failures resulting from an accident, negligence (such as but not limited to removing or deleting
system files & licensed software product files), misuse, circuit failure or any change, damage due to
fire, water, thunder or lightning, power failure or fluctuation, disruption of communication lines or
due to force majeure, or any reason foreign to the equipment.
2.9
Any specific services or procedures, asked for by Customer, related to verification of repaired
equipment.
2.10 The evaluation cost in case of a returned product deemed functional is not covered under
warranty and will be charged to the Customer, at Barco’s sole discretion, based on a case-by-case
evaluation.
ARTICLE 3: OBLIGATIONS OF THE CUSTOMER
Customer hereby assumes the following obligations as partial consideration for Barco nv, MID
performance of its requirements under the warranty condition; failure by Customer to meet its
obligations under this paragraph shall excuse Barco nv, MID’s performance hereunder:
3.1
Customer shall not expose Barco nv, MID personnel to any unsafe working conditions.
3.2
Repairs to equipment under warranty resulting from improper maintenance or repair performed by
the Customer, or its officers, agents, employees, or representatives, shall be borne by the Customer
at its additional cost and expense.
3.3
The Customer is responsible for installing the Barco nv, MID equipment in an environment for which
it was intended. If there is an indication that the equipment was used – even temporary – outside its
specifications, Barco nv, MID is entitled not to perform warranty repairs and terminate the warranty
agreement. Any actions that have been taken by Barco nv, MID in this respect, may be invoiced to
the Customer at normal pricing.
ARTICLE 4: REMEDIES UNDER WARRANTY
(a) Hardware: If during the Warranty Period a Product or any part thereof, fails to meet any of the
Warranties then, upon Customer's request, Barco shall, at its sole option and cost, promptly and
within 20 working days, either: (i) repair or correct the Product or part in question; or (ii) replace the
Product or supply part(s) or component(s) according to the terms and conditions contained in article
1. A replacement part shall be at least functionally equivalent to the original part. The replaced
Product, parts and/or components shall become the property of Barco and shall, at Barco's request,
be returned by Customer to Barco at Barco's cost.
(b) Software: Barco's sole obligation shall be to rectify substantial malfunctions of the software (to
the extent technically reasonably possible) by amending the software or supplying an alternative
version of the software.
(c) The repair or replacement under the Warranties covers the cost of material and labor.
ARTICLE 5: DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES
BARCO NV, MID DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
ARTICLE 6: LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
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The remedies specified in these Terms and Conditions shall constitute Customer's sole and exclusive
remedy and Barco's sole and exclusive liability for Barco’s breach of the Warranties hereunder.
BARCO NV, MID SHALL NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES BE LIABLE TO CUSTOMER OR ANY THIRD PARTY
FOR DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SUCH AS BUT NOT LIMITED
TO, DAMAGE TO OR LOSS OF TANGIBLE OR INTANGIBLE PROPERTY OR EQUIPMENT, LOSS OF PROFITS OR
REVENUES, COST OF CAPITAL, COST OF PURCHASE OF REPLACEMENT GOODS, OR CLAIMS OF USER FOR
SERVICE INTERRUPTIONS. THE LIABILITY OF BARCO NV, MID FOR MANUFACTURING, SALE, DELIVERY,
RESALE, INSTALLATION, OPERATION OR SUITABILITY FOR USE OF ANY PRODUCTS OR SERVICES COVERED
BY OR FURNISHED UNDER THIS WARRANTY CONDITION, WHETHER ARISING OUT OF CONTRACT,
NEGLIGENCE, STRICT TORT, WARRANTY OR OTHERWISE, SHALL NOT EXCEED THE PRICE OF THE ITEM OR
ITEMS OF GOODS OR SERVICES UPON WHICH SUCH LIABILITY IS BASED.
ARTICLE 7: FORCE MAJEURE
Either party shall be released from performance of its obligations under this agreement to the
extent, and for so long as, the performance of this agreement is impeded by reason of force
majeure. For the purposes of this clause the expression "force majeure" means, but shall not be
limited to, industrial dispute, fire, mobilisation, requisition, embargo, currency transfer prohibitions,
insurrection, lack of means of transport, restrictions of the use of energy, and generally any
circumstances which are beyond the control of the parties and hinder performance by one party of
his obligations.
ARTICLE 8: GENERAL
8.1
Customer acknowledges its understanding that all software and electronic devices, including Barco
nv, MID products are subject to possible error, mechanical or electrical failure, and should not be
relied upon in inappropriate applications or without proper backup and/or other safety precautions
whenever personal injury or property damage may result from failure or error of the product.
8.2
Barco nv, MID shall not be responsible for machine failure and/or its failure to render service or
maintenance due to causes beyond its reasonable control.
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B410578-02
October 2009
Barco nv Medical Imaging
President Kennedypark 35
B-8500 Kortrijk, Belgium
www.barco.com