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CNS-9701A
CNS-9701J
CNS-9701K
CENTRAL MONITOR
CNS-9701
0634-001842C
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CNS-9701
Manual code no.: 0634-001842C
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CONTENTS
Contents
GENERAL HANDLING PRECAUTIONS ......................................................................... i
WARRANTY POLICY .................................................................................................... ii
EMC RELATED CAUTION ............................................................................................ iii
Conventions Used in this Manual and Instrument ......................................................... v
Warnings, Cautions and Notes ............................................................................ v
Explanations of the Symbols in this Manual and Instrument............................... v
Section 1
General .................................................................................. 1C.1
Introduction .......................................................................................................................... 1.1
General Information on Servicing ......................................................................................... 1.2
Service Policy, Service Parts and Patient Safety Checks .................................................... 1.4
Service Policy ............................................................................................................ 1.4
Service Parts ............................................................................................................. 1.4
Maintenance Equipments and Tools ........................................................................... 1.4
Important Safety Information ............................................................................................... 1.5
General ....................................................................................................................... 1.5
Installation ................................................................................................................. 1.6
UPS ........................................................................................................................... 1.6
Network ...................................................................................................................... 1.7
Turning the Power On/Off ........................................................................................... 1.8
Discharge and Receiving Channel Change ................................................................. 1.8
Temporary Discharge .................................................................................................. 1.9
Patient Transfer .......................................................................................................... 1.9
Alarm ......................................................................................................................... 1.9
ECG Monitoring ........................................................................................................ 1.10
NIBP Measurement .................................................................................................. 1.10
Maintenance ............................................................................................................ 1.11
Specification ...................................................................................................................... 1.12
Display ..................................................................................................................... 1.12
Waveform Display Items .......................................................................................... 1.12
Alphanumeric Display Items .................................................................................... 1.12
Sound ....................................................................................................................... 1.12
Alarm Function ......................................................................................................... 1.12
Trend ........................................................................................................................ 1.13
Waveform Sensitivity ............................................................................................... 1.13
Overview .................................................................................................................. 1.13
Remote Setting ........................................................................................................ 1.13
Full Disclosure ......................................................................................................... 1.13
File Saving ............................................................................................................... 1.13
2-ch recorder, WS-971R (option) ............................................................................... 1.14
Laser Printer (local purchase) ................................................................................... 1.14
Power Requirements ................................................................................................ 1.14
Environment ............................................................................................................. 1.15
Electromagnetic Compatibility .................................................................................. 1.15
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Safety ...................................................................................................................... 1.15
Dimensions and Weight ............................................................................................ 1.15
Panel Descriptions.............................................................................................................. 1.16
Central Monitor Main Unit MU-971RA/RJ/RK ........................................................... 1.16
Front Panel ..................................................................................................... 1.16
Rear Panel ..................................................................................................... 1.17
LCD Unit VL-971R/RK .............................................................................................. 1.18
Front ............................................................................................................... 1.18
Rear ............................................................................................................... 1.18
Recorder Unit WS-971R ............................................................................................ 1.19
Composition ....................................................................................................................... 1.20
Options ..................................................................................................................... 1.20
Connection Diagram ........................................................................................................... 1.21
Section 2
Troubleshooting ................................................................... 2C.1
General ................................................................................................................................. 2.1
System ................................................................................................................................. 2.3
Network ................................................................................................................................ 2.4
Measurement Value .............................................................................................................. 2.5
Alarm .................................................................................................................................... 2.5
Admitting/Discharging .......................................................................................................... 2.6
All Beds Screen/Individual Bed Screen ................................................................................ 2.7
Trend Window ....................................................................................................................... 2.8
Tabular Trend Window ........................................................................................................... 2.8
Hemodynamics List Window ................................................................................................. 2.8
Arrhythmia Recall Window .................................................................................................... 2.9
ST Recall Window ................................................................................................................ 2.9
Full Disclosure Window ....................................................................................................... 2.10
ECG 12 Lead Analysis Window .......................................................................................... 2.10
Report Window ................................................................................................................... 2.11
Recording ........................................................................................................................... 2.11
Overview Bed Screen ......................................................................................................... 2.12
Parameter Setup ................................................................................................................ 2.12
Power Problem ................................................................................................................... 2.13
Display Problem ................................................................................................................. 2.14
Touch Screen Problem ....................................................................................................... 2.16
Sound Problem ................................................................................................................... 2.16
Keyboard Problem .............................................................................................................. 2.17
Mouse Problem .................................................................................................................. 2.17
Hard Disk Problem ............................................................................................................. 2.17
CD-ROM Drive or Floppy Disk Drive Problem .................................................................... 2.18
2-channel Recorder Unit Problem ....................................................................................... 2.18
Error Messages .................................................................................................................. 2.19
Messages From Bedside Monitors/Multiple Patient Receiver ................................... 2.19
Messages about Measurement Conditions of Each Parameter ...................... 2.19
Other .............................................................................................................. 2.24
Messages From Central Monitor .............................................................................. 2.25
WS-971R Recorder Unit ................................................................................. 2.25
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Laser Printer .................................................................................................. 2.25
Other .............................................................................................................. 2.25
Hard Disk Replacement Flow ............................................................................................. 2.26
How to Recover the BIOS Initial Settings .......................................................................... 2.27
BIOS Default Setting (Vorax5000) .................................................................. 2.28
BIOS Default Setting (Vorax5001) .................................................................. 2.30
Section 3
Board/Unit Description ........................................................ 3C.1
Power Supply Unit (by NIPRON) .......................................................................................... 3.1
Motherboard (by A-OPEN) .................................................................................................... 3.1
CPU (1 GHz Pentium 3 or 2.4 GHz Pentium 4) Box ............................................................. 3.1
256 MB Memory DIMM S-DRAM or DDR266 ....................................................................... 3.2
40 GB Hard Disk (by IBM) .................................................................................................... 3.2
CD-ROM Drive (by SAMSUNG) ........................................................................................... 3.2
Graphic Board RADEON 32 or RADEON 7000 (by ATI) ........................................................ 3.2
PC Chassis IW-V500 or IW-V500G ....................................................................................... 3.3
Fan for Chassis .................................................................................................................... 3.3
Mouse .................................................................................................................................. 3.3
RS232C Interface Board CYBER SERIAL ............................................................................ 3.3
Section 4
Disassembly and Assembly ............................................... 4C.1
Before You Begin .................................................................................................................. 4.1
Warnings and Caution ................................................................................................. 4.1
Required Tools ............................................................................................................ 4.1
Disassembling the Main Unit ................................................................................................ 4.2
Replacing the Motherboard ......................................................................................... 4.2
Replacing the Lithium Battery on the Motherboard ................................................... 4.10
Replacing the CPU ................................................................................................... 4.10
Replacing the Internal Memory ................................................................................. 4.10
Replacing the Hard Disk ........................................................................................... 4.11
Replacing the Graphic Board .................................................................................... 4.11
Replacing the Fans ................................................................................................... 4.11
Replacing the Floppy Disk Drive .............................................................................. 4.12
Replacing the Power Supply Unit ............................................................................. 4.12
Replacing the CD Drive ............................................................................................ 4.12
Disassembling the Optional VL-971R Display Unit ............................................................. 4.13
Replacing the LCD Assembly ................................................................................... 4.13
Removing the Display Unit Chassis ......................................................................... 4.15
Replacing the Touch Screen ..................................................................................... 4.19
Disassembling the Optional WS-971R Recorder Unit .......................................................... 4.20
Removing the Recorder Sub Assy ........................................................................... 4.20
Removing the AC Inlet Socket ................................................................................. 4.21
Removing the RS232C Interface Board .................................................................... 4.22
Removing the Power Supply Unit ............................................................................. 4.22
Removing the Front Panel ........................................................................................ 4.22
Replacing the LED ................................................................................................... 4.23
Replacing the Platen Roller/Bushings/Gear .............................................................. 4.24
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Cleaning the Thermal Array Head/Paper Sensor ....................................................... 4.25
Operation Check after Assembling the Recorder Unit .............................................. 4.25
Section 5
Maintenance ......................................................................... 5C.1
To Be Replaced Periodically ................................................................................................. 5.1
Maintenance Check Items and Schedule ............................................................................. 5.1
External and Connection ............................................................................................ 5.2
Display ....................................................................................................................... 5.2
Sound ......................................................................................................................... 5.2
Operation ................................................................................................................... 5.3
Data Storage .............................................................................................................. 5.3
Network Communication ............................................................................................. 5.4
Recorder ..................................................................................................................... 5.4
Laser Printer .............................................................................................................. 5.4
UPS ........................................................................................................................... 5.5
Safety ........................................................................................................................ 5.5
Section 6
Adjustment............................................................................ 6C.1
Adjusting the VL-971R Display Unit ...................................................................................... 6.1
Automatic Adjustment ................................................................................................ 6.1
Manual Adjustment .................................................................................................... 6.2
Section 7
Replaceable Parts List......................................................... 7C.1
MU-971RA/RJ/RK Main Unit (Vorax5000) ............................................................................. 7.2
MU-971RA/RJ/RK Main Unit (Vorax5001) ............................................................................. 7.4
VL-971R/RK Optional Display Unit ....................................................................................... 7.6
WS-971R Optional Recorder Unit ......................................................................................... 7.8
Section 8
Network Settings .................................................................. 8C.1
Network Setting Flowchart ................................................................................................... 8.2
Setting the IP Address on Each Instrument ......................................................................... 8.3
Manually Setting the IP Address of the Central Monitor ............................................. 8.3
Installing the Laser Printer (Network Printer) ........................................................................ 8.6
Connecting the Network System ........................................................................................ 8.12
Start the System ................................................................................................................ 8.12
Checking the Network Connection on the Central Monitor .................................................. 8.13
Assigning the Group Name and Bed Name ........................................................................ 8.14
Assigning a Bed Name/CNS Name .......................................................................... 8.15
Assigning a CNS Name to a Central Monitor ................................................. 8.15
Registering Group Names in the Central Monitor ...................................................... 8.15
Assigning a Group Name ......................................................................................... 8.16
Checking the Bed Name and Group Name Setting ................................................... 8.16
Selecting the Monitored Beds ............................................................................................ 8.17
Changing Settings of System Setup, Patient Setting and Setup ........................................ 8.19
Adding an Instrument to the Network During System Operation ......................................... 8.20
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Section 9
Connector Pin Assignment ................................................ 9C.1
Sockets at the Rear of the Main Unit ................................................................................... 9.1
SOUND Socket .......................................................................................................... 9.1
TOUCH1/TOUCH2 Socket .......................................................................................... 9.1
VIDEO1/VIDEO2 Socket ........................................................................................... 9.2
RECORDER Socket ................................................................................................... 9.2
PROTECT KEY Socket .............................................................................................. 9.2
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GENERAL HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
This device is intended for use only by qualified medical personnel.
Use only Nihon Kohden approved products with this device. Use of non-approved products or in
a non-approved manner may affect the performance specifications of the device. This includes,
but is not limited to, batteries, recording paper, pens, extension cables, electrode leads, input
boxes and AC power.
Please read these precautions thoroughly before attempting to operate the instrument.
1. To safely and effectively use the instrument, its operation must be fully understood.
2. When installing or storing the instrument, take the following precautions:
(1) Avoid moisture or contact with water, extreme atmospheric pressure, excessive humidity and temperatures, poorly
ventilated areas, and dust, saline or sulphuric air.
(2) Place the instrument on an even, level floor. Avoid vibration and mechanical shock, even during transport.
(3) Avoid placing in an area where chemicals are stored or where there is danger of gas leakage.
(4) The power line source to be applied to the instrument must correspond in frequency and voltage to product
specifications, and have sufficient current capacity.
(5) Choose a room where a proper grounding facility is available.
3. Before Operation
(1) Check that the instrument is in perfect operating order.
(2) Check that the instrument is grounded properly.
(3) Check that all cords are connected properly.
(4) Pay extra attention when the instrument is in combination with other instruments to avoid misdiagnosis or other
problems.
(5) All circuitry used for direct patient connection must be doubly checked.
(6) Check that battery level is acceptable and battery condition is good when using battery-operated models.
4. During Operation
(1) Both the instrument and the patient must receive continual, careful attention.
(2) Turn power off or remove electrodes and/or transducers when necessary to assure the patient’s safety.
(3) Avoid direct contact between the instrument housing and the patient.
5. To Shutdown After Use
(1) Turn power off with all controls returned to their original positions.
(2) Remove the cords gently; do not use force to remove them.
(3) Clean the instrument together with all accessories for their next use.
6. The instrument must receive expert, professional attention for maintenance and repairs. When the instrument is
not functioning properly, it should be clearly marked to avoid operation while it is out of order.
7. The instrument must not be altered or modified in any way.
8. Maintenance and Inspection:
(1) The instrument and parts must undergo regular maintenance inspection at least every 6 months.
(2) If stored for extended periods without being used, make sure prior to operation that the instrument is in perfect
operating condition.
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(3) Technical information such as parts list, descriptions, calibration instructions or other information is available for
qualified user technical personnel upon request from your Nihon Kohden distributor.
9. When the instrument is used with an electrosurgical instrument, pay careful attention to the application and/or
location of electrodes and/or transducers to avoid possible burn to the patient.
10. When the instrument is used with a defibrillator, make sure that the instrument is protected against defibrillator
discharge. If not, remove patient cables and/or transducers from the instrument to avoid possible damage.
WARRANTY POLICY
Nihon Kohden Corporation (NKC) shall warrant its products against all defects in materials and workmanship for one year
from the date of delivery. However, consumable materials such as recording paper, ink, stylus and battery are excluded from
the warranty.
NKC or its authorized agents will repair or replace any products which prove to be defective during the warranty period,
provided these products are used as prescribed by the operating instructions given in the operator’s and service manuals.
No other party is authorized to make any warranty or assume liability for NKC’s products. NKC will not recognize any other
warranty, either implied or in writing. In addition, service, technical modification or any other product change performed by
someone other than NKC or its authorized agents without prior consent of NKC may be cause for voiding this warranty.
Defective products or parts must be returned to NKC or its authorized agents, along with an explanation of the failure.
Shipping costs must be pre-paid.
This warranty does not apply to products that have been modified, disassembled, reinstalled or repaired without Nihon
Kohden approval or which have been subjected to neglect or accident, damage due to accident, fire, lightning, vandalism,
water or other casualty, improper installation or application, or on which the original identification marks have been
removed.
In the USA and Canada other warranty policies may apply.
CAUTION
United States law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.
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EMC RELATED CAUTION
This equipment and/or system complies with the International Standard IEC 60601-1-2 for electromagnetic
compatibility for medical electrical equipment and/or system. However, an electromagnetic environment
that exceeds the limits or levels stipulated in the IEC 60601-1-2, can cause harmful interference to the
equipment and/or system or cause the equipment and/or system to fail to perform its intended function or
degrade its intended performance. Therefore, during the operation of the equipment and/or system, if
there is any undesired deviation from its intended operational performance, you must avoid, identify and
resolve the adverse electromagnetic effect before continuing to use the equipment and/or system.
The following describes some common interference sources and remedial actions:
1. Strong electromagnetic interference from a nearby emitter source such as an authorized radio station
or cellular phone:
Install the equipment and/or system at another location if it is interfered with by an emitter source such
as an authorized radio station. Keep the emitter source such as cellular phone away from the
equipment and/or system.
2. Radio-frequency interference from other equipment through the AC power supply of the equipment
and/or system:
Identify the cause of this interference and if possible remove this interference source. If this is not
possible, use a different power supply.
3. Effect of direct or indirect electrostatic discharge:
Make sure all users and patients in contact with the equipment and/or system are free from direct or
indirect electrostatic energy before using it.
4. Electromagnetic interference with any radio wave receiver such as radio or television:
If the equipment and/or system interferes with any radio wave receiver, locate the equipment and/or
system as far as possible from the radio wave receiver.
If the above suggested remedial actions do not solve the problem, consult your Nihon Kohden Corporation
subsidiary or distributor for additional suggestions.
The CE mark is a protected conformity mark of the European Community. The products herewith comply
with the requirements of the Medical Device Directive 93/42/EEC.
The CE mark only applies to the CNS-9701K series central monitors.
This equipment complies with EUROPEAN STANDARD EN-60601-1-2 (1993) which requires EN-55011, class
A. Class A EQUIPMENT is allowed in domestic establishments when used under the jurisdiction of a
health care professional.
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In IEC 60601-1-2 Medical Electronic Equipment, Part 1: General Requirements for Safety, 2. Collateral
Standard: Electromagnetic compatibility-Requirements and test. Section 36. 202. 2 Radiated radiofrequency electromagnetic fields, PATIENT COUPLED EQUIPMENT and/or SYSTEMS applicable IMMUNITY
test methods are under consideration at SC62A/WG13. The 3 V/m IMMUNITY level may be inappropriate
especially when measuring SpO2 because physiological signals can be much smaller than those induced
by a 3 V/m electromagnetic field.
When measuring SpO2, various interference may produce false waveforms which look like pulse
waveforms. SpO2 value and pulse rate may be measured from these false waveforms, causing the alarm to
function improperly.
When installing the monitor, avoid locations where the monitor may receive strong electromagnetic
interference such as radio or TV stations, cellular phone or mobile two-way radios.
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Conventions Used in this Manual and Instrument
Warnings, Cautions and Notes
Warnings, cautions and notes are used in this manual to alert or signal the reader to specific information.
WARNING
A warning alerts the user to possible injury or death associated with the use or misuse of the instrument.
CAUTION
A caution alerts the user to possible injury or problems with the instrument associated with its use or
misuse such as instrument malfunction, instrument failure, damage to the instrument, or damage to other
property.
NOTE
A note provides specific information, in the form of recommendations, prerequirements, alternative
methods or supplemental information.
Explanations of the Symbols in this Manual and Instrument
The following symbols found in this manual/instrument bear the respective descriptions as given.
On MU-971RA/RJ/RK central monitor main unit
Symbol
Description
Symbol
Description
Power ON
Hard disk lamp
Power OFF
Reset
Attention, consult operator’s
manual
Mouse socket
System start/shutdown
Keyboard socket
Power lamp (Power ON)
(Only for CNS-9701K)
The CE mark is a protected
conformity mark of the European
Community. The products herewith
comply with the requirements of the
Medical Device Directive
93/42/EEC.
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On Screen
Symbol
Description
Symbol
Description
Overview
Adjust setting/Scroll data
Help
Alarm
Print Stop
Speaker
Delayed recording start
Electrocardiogram
Print mark/Print
Alarm suspend/silence with
remaining minutes at the central
monitor
Menu (System Setup)
Alarm suspend at the transmitter
Previous
All alarm off, vital sign alarm off
All Beds
Alarm recording off
Deletion mark
QRS sync mark
Close a window
On VL-971R/RK LCD unit
Symbol
Description
Symbol
Description
Attention, consult operator’s
manual
Power on
Power off
On WS-971R Recorder Unit
Symbol
Description
Symbol
Description
Power on
Fuse
Power off
Type B applied part
For the symbol marks on the locally purchaced LCD display, laser printer and UPS, refer to each instruction manual.
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Section 1 General
Introduction ......................................................................................................................... 1.1
General Information on Servicing ........................................................................................ 1.2
Service Policy, Service Parts and Patient Safety Checks ................................................... 1.4
Service Policy ........................................................................................................... 1.4
Service Parts ............................................................................................................ 1.4
Maintenance Equipments and Tools .......................................................................... 1.4
Important Safety Information .............................................................................................. 1.5
General ...................................................................................................................... 1.5
Installation ................................................................................................................ 1.6
UPS .......................................................................................................................... 1.6
Network ..................................................................................................................... 1.7
Turning the Power On/Off .......................................................................................... 1.8
Discharge and Receiving Channel Change ................................................................ 1.8
Temporary Discharge ................................................................................................. 1.9
Patient Transfer ......................................................................................................... 1.9
Alarm ........................................................................................................................ 1.9
ECG Monitoring ....................................................................................................... 1.10
NIBP Measurement ................................................................................................. 1.10
Maintenance ........................................................................................................... 1.11
Specification ..................................................................................................................... 1.12
Display .................................................................................................................... 1.12
Waveform Display Items ......................................................................................... 1.12
Alphanumeric Display Items ................................................................................... 1.12
Sound ...................................................................................................................... 1.12
Alarm Function ........................................................................................................ 1.12
Trend ....................................................................................................................... 1.13
Waveform Sensitivity .............................................................................................. 1.13
Overview ................................................................................................................. 1.13
Remote Setting ....................................................................................................... 1.13
Full Disclosure ........................................................................................................ 1.13
File Saving .............................................................................................................. 1.13
2-ch recorder, WS-971R (option) .............................................................................. 1.14
Laser Printer (local purchase) .................................................................................. 1.14
Power Requirements ............................................................................................... 1.14
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Environment ............................................................................................................ 1.15
Electromagnetic Compatibility ................................................................................. 1.15
Safety ..................................................................................................................... 1.15
Dimensions and Weight ........................................................................................... 1.15
Panel Descriptions............................................................................................................. 1.16
Central Monitor Main Unit MU-971RA/RJ/RK .......................................................... 1.16
Front Panel .................................................................................................... 1.16
Rear Panel .................................................................................................... 1.17
LCD Unit VL-971R/RK ............................................................................................. 1.18
Front .............................................................................................................. 1.18
Rear .............................................................................................................. 1.18
Recorder Unit WS-971R ........................................................................................... 1.19
Composition ...................................................................................................................... 1.20
Options .................................................................................................................... 1.20
Connection Diagram .......................................................................................................... 1.21
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1. GENERAL
Introduction
This service manual provides useful information to qualified service personnel to
understand, troubleshoot, service, maintain and repair the CNS-9701A/J/K Central
Monitor (referred to as “monitor” in this service manual).
All replaceable parts or units of this monitor and its optional units are clearly listed
to help you locate the parts quickly.
The “Maintenance” section in this service manual only describes the maintenance
that should be performed by qualified service personnel. The Maintenance section
in the operator’s manual describes the maintenance that can be performed by the
user.
The information in the operator’s manual is primarily for the user. However, it is
important for service personnel to thoroughly read the operator’s manual and
service manual before starting to troubleshoot, service, maintain or repair this
monitor. This is because service personnel need to understand the operation of the
monitor in order to effectively use the information in the service manual.
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1. GENERAL
General Information on Servicing
Note the following information when servicing the monitor.
WARNING
To avoid the possibility of injury to yourself or damage to the
monitor, do not install or remove any component while the power is
on. When disassembling, make sure that the monitor is turned off
and the power cord is disconnected from the monitor and AC outlet.
There is a high voltage circuit on the power unit.
CAUTIONS
Safety
• There is the possibility that the outside surface of the monitor, such
as the operation keys, could be contaminated by contagious germs
so disinfect and clean the monitor before servicing it. When
servicing the monitor, wear rubber gloves to protect yourself from
infection.
• There is the possibility that when the lithium battery or LCD unit is
broken, a solvent could flow out or a toxic substance inside it could
come out. If the solvent or toxic substance contacts the eyes or skin,
wash immediately and thoroughly with water and see your physician.
Never rub your eyes, otherwise you may lose your eyesight.
• To avoid accidental electrostatic discharge which could damage the
components of the monitor, use a grounded wrist strap when
installing or removing any component of the monitor.
• Use a pair of clean cotton gloves when replacing the LCD unit. If it is
damaged, your hand may get injured.
Liquid ingress
The monitor is not waterproof, so do not install the monitor where
water or liquid can get into or fall on the monitor. If liquid
accidentally gets into the monitor or the monitor accidentally falls
into liquid, disassemble the monitor, clean it with clean water and dry
it completely. After reassembling, do the patient safety checks and
function/performance checks to verify that there is nothing wrong. If
there is something wrong with the monitor, contact your Nihon
Kohden representative for repair.
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1. GENERAL
Environmental Safeguards
Depending on the local laws in your community, it may be illegal to
dispose of the lithium battery in the regular waste collection. Check
with your local officials for proper disposal procedures.
Disinfection and cleaning
To disinfect the outside surface of the monitor, wipe it with a nonabrasive cloth moistened with any of the disinfectants listed below.
Do not use any other disinfectants or ultraviolet rays to disinfect the
monitor.
- Chlorohexidine gluconate solution:
0.5%
- Benzethonium chloride solution:
0.2%
- Glutaraldehyde solution:
2.0%
- Benzalkonium chloride:
0.2%
- Hydrochloric alkyl diaminoethylglycine:
0.5%
Transport
• Use the specified shipment container and packing material to
transport the monitor. If necessary, double pack the monitor. Also,
put the monitor into the shipment container after packing so that the
buffer material does not get inside the monitor.
• When transporting a board or unit of the monitor, be sure to put it in
a conductive bag. Never use an aluminum bag to transport a board
or unit. Also, never use a styrene foam or plastic bag which
generates static electricity to wrap the board or unit of the monitor.
Handling the monitor
• Because the outside surface of the monitor is made of resin, the
outside surface of the monitor is easily damaged. So when handling
the monitor, remove clutter from around the monitor and be careful
to not damage the monitor or get it dirty.
• Because most of the boards in the monitor are multilayer boards with
surface mount electrical devices (SMD), a special tool is required to
remove and solder the electrical devices on it. To avoid damaging
other electrical components, do not remove and solder SMD
components yourself.
Measuring and Test Equipment
Maintain the accuracy of the measuring and test equipment by
checking and calibrating it according to the check and calibration
procedures.
Lithium Battery
• Before disposing of the battery, check with your local solid waste
officials for details in your area for recycling options or proper
disposal. The battery is recyclable. At the end of its useful life, under
various state and local laws, it may be illegal to dispose of this
battery into the municipal waste stream.
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Service Policy, Service Parts and Patient Safety Checks
Service Policy
Our technical service policy for this monitor is to replace the faulty unit, board or
part or damaged mechanical part with a new one. Do not perform electrical device
or component level repair of the multilayer board or unit. We do not support
component level repair outside the factory for the following reasons:
• Most of the boards are multilayer boards with surface mount electrical
devices, so the mounting density of the board is too high.
• A special tool or high degree of repair skill is required to repair the multilayer
boards with surface mount electrical devices.
Only disassemble the monitor or replace a board or unit in an environment where
the monitor is protected against static electricity.
As background knowledge for repair, pay special attention to the following:
• To reduce the repair time, consider the problem before starting repair.
• To clarify the source of the troubles, use the information from the diagnostic
check function of the monitor and the information described in the
troubleshooting section.
Service Parts
Refer to “Replaceable Parts List” of this manual for the service parts for technical
service that we provide.
NOTE
When ordering parts or accessories from your Nihon Kohden
representative, please quote the NK code number and part name
which is listed in this service manual, and the name or model of the
unit in which the required part is located. This will help us to
promptly attend to your needs. Always use parts and accessories
recommended or supplied by Nihon Kohden Corporation to assure
maximum performance from your monitor.
Maintenance Equipments
and Tools
1.4
Test equipment
When repairing or calibrating the monitor, the following test equipment is required.
• Digital voltmeter: standard type (An oscilloscope can be used instead of the
digital voltmeter.)
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Important Safety Information
General
WARNING
• Never use the central monitor in the presence of any flammable
anesthetic gas, concentrated oxygen or hyperbaric oxygen. Failure
to follow this warning may result in explosion.
• Never use the central monitor in a high-pressure oxygen medical
care tank. Failure to follow this warning may cause explosion or fire.
• Do not install any software other than specified by Nihon Kohden
and run it in the central monitor. Otherwise Nihon Kohden does not
warrant normal operation of the CNS-9701 system program.
• Do not install the CNS-9701 system software into a personal
computer which is not specified by Nihon Kohden and use it for
monitoring.
- If the personal computer does not satisfy the performance
specifications which are required by Nihon Kohden, the system
software may not function normally.
- If the personal computer does not satisfy the safety standards
which are required by Nihon Kohden, the patient and operator may
get electrical shock through another instrument in the network.
• While the central monitor is on, do not insert any CD-ROM or floppy
disk into it. Nihon Kohden does not warrant the normal operation of
the central monitor in the case that an application or software
installation starts automatically.
CAUTION
• If any liquid might have gotten into the central monitor, take it out of
service and contact your Nihon Kohden distributor or
representatives.
• While the central monitor is on, do not touch unused sockets.
Failure to follow this caution may damage the monitor by static
electricity and may cause malfunction.
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1. GENERAL
Installation
WARNING
Install the central monitor and external instruments outside the
patient environment (IEC 60601-1-1 2.204). If they are installed inside
the patient environment, the patient or operator may receive
electrical shock. For installation, contact your Nihon Kohden
distributor or representative.
CAUTION
• Only use the provided power cord. Using other power cords may
result in electrical shock or other injury to the patient and operator.
• Before connecting or disconnecting instruments, turn each
instrument off and disconnect each power cord from the AC socket.
Failure to follow this caution may cause electrical shock.
• Connect only the specified instruments to the central monitor by
following the specified procedure. Otherwise, electrical leakage
current may harm the patient and operator.
• Do not let connection cables stick out; run them along the floor or
wall. If people trip over the cable, the monitor may tip over and it
may cause injury.
UPS
WARNING
• Install the UPS outside the patient environment (IEC 60601-1-1 2.204).
If it is installed inside the patient environment, the safety standards
which are required by Nihon Kohden are not satisfied and it may
cause electrical shock to the patient or operator.
• Use a UPS which satisfies the safety standards specified by IEC and
UL. Otherwise, lack of safety may cause electrical shock to the
patient or operator.
• Periodically check the life of the UPS battery. Replace the battery
when the lifetime expires. If the battery is used beyond its lifetime,
liquid leakage, smoke, fire or explosion may occur.
CAUTION
• Make sure that the UPS is properly grounded. Otherwise the
operator may receive electrical shock.
• To assure an uninterrupted power supply, we recommend using the
specified UPS. A sudden loss of power supply or an extreme power
surge can damage the central monitor and delete stored data.
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Network
WARNING
• Connect the central monitor to the network as specified in the
Network and System Installation Guide. Otherwise the patient and
operator may get electrical shock or other injury. For connecting the
network, contact your Nihon Kohden distributor or representatives.
• Check the software version number of the monitor before connecting
it to the network. Different software versions have different
communication methods. When there is more than one
communication method in the network, communication may
malfunction.
• Install the external instruments including the printer and hubs
outside the patient environment (IEC 60601-1-1 2.204). If they are
installed inside the patient environment, the patient or operator may
receive electrical shock. For installation, contact your Nihon Kohden
distributor or representatives.
CAUTION
• Network settings and Windows 2000 system settings must only be
set by a qualified service personnel. Contact your Nihon Kohden
distributor or representatives.
• The network must be managed by the network administrator. Make
sure that each monitor in the network has a different IP address.
Otherwise, data communication cannot be performed properly and it
causes incorrect monitoring. When adding a monitor to an already
operating network, set the IP address on the monitor before
connecting the monitor to the network.
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1. GENERAL
Turning the Power On/Off
WARNING
• Do not turn off the display to which the sound cable is connected.
Otherwise there is no alarm sound.
• Do not adjust the sound volume at the display unit. If you decrease
the display unit volume to the minimum, there is no alarm sound.
• When monitoring with two displays, do not turn off either display.
Otherwise some monitored beds cannot be monitored.
CAUTION
• Follow the specified procedure to turn off the central monitor.
Otherwise, patient data will be deleted and data in the hard disk and
the hard disk itself may be damaged.
• After turning the power on, confirm that there is a test sound from
the built-in speaker of the display.
Discharge and Receiving
Channel Change
WARNING
• Check that the channel number of the appropriate transmitter is
displayed on the central monitor screen. Otherwise data of a
different patient will be monitored or no signal will be received by the
central monitor.
• Do not use the same channel for different patients. Otherwise two
patients’ data will be lost due to mutual modulation interference or
another patient’s data may appear on the monitor screen.
CAUTION
• When admitting a new patient, first delete all data of the previous
patient. Otherwise, the data of the previous patient and new patient
will be mixed together and cause misunderstanding of the patient
history.
• When you change the receiving channel to monitor a new patient,
first delete all data of the previous patient. Otherwise, the data of the
previous patient and new patient will be mixed together and cause
misunderstanding of the patient history.
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Temporary Discharge
WARNING
When a temporarily discharged patient comes back, resume
monitoring for the patient. During temporary discharge, there is no
display of measurement values, alarm function and data saving.
Patient Transfer
CAUTION
• Keep the original bedside monitor and the destination bedside
monitor power on and connected to the network until the transfer
completes. Otherwise transfer fails and the data is lost. After
transfer, confirm that the data was correctly transferred to the
destination bedside monitor.
• When the patient is transferred more than once between different
central monitors in the network, the data saved on the original
central monitor is deleted.
Alarm
WARNING
• When the Alarm Suspend key on the transmitter is pressed, all alarm
functions for the patient are suspended.
• Even if the alarm is set to ON, there is no arrhythmia alarm when
arrhythmia analysis is turned OFF at the bedside monitor and/or
central monitor.
• Before you start monitoring a new patient, confirm alarm settings.
Alarm settings return to Alarm Master 1 settings when a bed is
discharged or a receiving channel is changed.
• Securely connect the sound cable. There is no sound if the cable
comes off.
CAUTION
• When the upper or lower alarm limit is set to OFF, there will be no
upper or lower alarm for that limit. When it is set to OFF, frequently
observe the patient.
• Alarm does not occur for an arrhythmia whose alarm is set to OFF.
There is no indication that the alarm is set to OFF. Be careful when
you set the alarm to OFF.
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1. GENERAL
ECG Monitoring
CAUTION
• If there is any doubt about the arrhythmia analysis, make the central
monitor relearn the patient’s VPC. Otherwise, an important
arrhythmia may be overlooked.
• The central monitor does not perform ECG analysis. Therefore, the
QRS sound at the central monitor may not synchronize with patient’s
actual QRS when complicated arrhythmias occur or during pacing.
• The ST level transmitted from a transmitter is not designed to be
accurate enough for diagnosis. Do not rely on the ST level displayed
on the central monitor.
• The QRS sound at the central monitor has a delay of approximately
several seconds because of network connection.
• When the full disclosure waveform is expanded to actual size, it may
be distorted because it has been compressed then expanded. When
reading the expanded ECG waveforms, be aware of this distortion.
• Turn the pacing detection to ON when monitoring a pacemaker
patient. Otherwise QRS and pacemaker spike may not be
distinguished and pacemaker failure may not be recognized.
NIBP Measurement
WARNING
• When performing long term measurements at intervals less than 2.5
minutes, periodically check the state of the patient, blood vessels
and limb for adequate circulation. Congestion may occur at the
measurement site.
• When performing periodic measurements for a long term,
periodically check the circulation condition.
CAUTION
Before you remotely start and stop NIBP measurement from the central
monitor, confirm the state of the patient at the bedside monitor.
Carefully start and stop NIBP measurement from the central monitor.
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Maintenance
CAUTION
• Before maintenance (inspection, cleaning, disinfection), turn the
central monitor power off and disconnect the power cord from the
AC outlet. Otherwise the operator may receive electrical shock or the
central monitor may malfunction.
• Do not disassemble or repair the central monitor. Disassembly and
repair must be performed by qualified service personnel.
• Software upgrade must only be done by qualified service personnel
or a person with technical knowledge. If upgrade is not done
correctly, the central monitor may freeze.
• Do the regular inspection according to the cycle specified by Nihon
Kohden. Otherwise, deterioration and loss of function are
overlooked and it results in incorrect monitoring.
• Restart the central monitor once every three months. Otherwise the
operation becomes unstable and monitoring may stop. During
restarting, patients monitored by the central monitor must be
monitored by another instrument.
• Replace the hard disk once every two years. If the hard disk gets
damaged, monitoring is incorrect and all data saved in the central
monitor is lost.
For the VL-971R/RK LCD unit
• Follow your hospital regulations to handle blood or bodily fluids on
the display.
• Be careful not to let any liquid get inside the display.
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1. GENERAL
Specification
Display
Number of patients on the display
Number of transmitters
Display type
Waveform display method
Number of waveform traces
Sweep speed
Sweep time
16 patients max
With overview bed function, 16 patients plus
one other patient.
16 transmitters max
18 inch color TFT
Non-fade, fixed method
Single display: 24 traces max (On the All
Beds screen, displaying 12
patients)
Dual display:
32 traces max (On the All
Beds screen, displaying 16
patients)
25 mm/s, 50 mm/s, 6.25 mm/s (respiration
measurement)
All Beds screen (8 patients): 4.48 s
All Beds screen (4 patients): 11.56 s
Individual Bed screen:
10.28 s
Waveform Display Items
ECG1 - 12, IBP (1- 8), respiration wave, EEG, CO2, external input, pulse (SpO2),
Flow/Paw, anesthetic gas (O2, CO2, N2O, Agent), others depending on the
connected bedside monitor or transmitter
Alphanumeric Display
Items
Heart rate, VPC rate, respiration rate, pulse rate, IBP (systolic, diastolic, mean),
NIBP (systolic, diastolic, mean), temperature or ∆T or blood temperature, EtCO2,
tcPO2, tcPCO2, SpO2, ST level, FiO2, CO, CCO, respirator, anesthetic gas, BIS,
_
SvO2, Flow/Paw, N2O, O2, agent, others depending on the connected bedside
monitor or transmitter
Sound
Synchronization source
Alarm sound
Sound volume
Alarm Function
Alarm decision is done at each bedside monitor and multiple patient receiver. The
central monitor only displays the alarm and generates sound by receiving the alarm
information from bedside monitors and multiple patient receivers.
Alarm type
Crisis, Warning, Advisory
Alarm items
Vital Sign: Heart rate, VPC rate, Respiration rate, Pulse
rate, ST level, BP (sys, dia, mean), NIBP (sys,
dia, mean), temperature or ∆T or blood
temperature, EtCO2, tcPO2, tcPCO2, SpO2, FiO2,
CCO, others depending on the connected
bedside monitor or transmitter
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ECG
Crisis, Warning, Advisory
changeable for Heart rate sync mark and sound
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Alarm display
Alarm occurrence
Alarm suspend
Alarm silence
Alarm recording
Trend
Arrhythmia: ASYSTOLE, V FIB, V TACHY, EXT TACHY,
EXT BRADY, VPC RUN, COUPLET, MULTI
FORM, EARLY VPC, BIGEMINY, TACHY,
BRADY, PROLONGED RR, FREQ. VPC
Apnea
Highlighted numeric display, highlighted message for
arrhythmia
Alarm occurs when any one of the bedside monitors that the
central monitor are monitoring generates alarm.
Available (for beds connected via the QI-910R interface)
Available (except for beds connected via the QI-910R
interface)
Available
Trend parameters
Trend display times
Trend display formats
Events related to trendgraph
Depends on the connected bedside monitor or
transmitter
1, 8, 24, 72 h
Trendgraph and tabular trend
ASYSTOLE, V FIB, V TACHY, VPC RUN,
COUPLET, Off/Noise
×1/4, ×1/2, ×3/4, ×1, ×1.5, ×2, ×4
×1/4, ×1/2, ×3/4, ×1, ×1.5, ×2, ×4
0-20, 0-50, 0-100, 0-200, 50-200, 50-250, 0-300
mmHg
Waveform Sensitivity
ECG display sensitivity
Respiration curve sensitivity
BP display scale (mmHg)
Overview
Displays user-selectable vital signs, up to 12 ECG waveforms, trend data, alarm
events, and status messages associated with the selected overview bed.
The overview bed can be any bed in the network that the central monitor is not
continuously monitoring.
Remote Setting
Alarm setting of bedside monitors and multiple patient receivers
Individual setting of bedside monitors and multiple patient receivers
Channel setting of multiple patient receivers
Full Disclosure
Saves 72 hours of full disclosure waveform data for up to six waveforms and
displays them on the Full Disclosure window.
(When the QP-973P Full Disclosure Filing Program Kit is installed.)
File Saving
Trend
Arrythmia recall file
Hemodynamic data list
ST recall
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1. GENERAL
Full disclosure data (only when the QP-973P Full Disclosure Filing Program Kit is
installed.)
ECG 12Lead analysis result filing (only when the QP-974P 12 Lead ECG
Interpretation Filing Program Kit is installed.)
Caliper data
2-ch recorder, WS-971R
(option)
Recording method
Number of channels
Recording paper
Paper speed
Printed items
Record type
Manual recording:
Thermal array recording
2
50 mm width (FQW50-3-100)
25 mm/s
Patient information, date and time, waveform and
measurement data, record type, paper speed
Delayed waveform recording, Freeze recording, Dual
delayed waveform recording, Dual delayed waveform
freeze recording, Arrhythmia recall recording, ST recall
recording, Expanded full disclosure waveform
recording
Periodic recording, Alarm recording
Automatic recording:
Call recording
Remote delayed waveform recording
Laser Printer (local
purchase)
Power Requirements
Paper size
Record type
Manual recording:
Multi-Wave printing, Multi-Wave Freeze printing, ECG
12 Lead printing, Trendgraph printing, Tabular Trend
printing, Arrhythmia Recall recording, Hemodynamics
List printing, ST Recall recording (ST recall files with
printing mark), Full Disclosure Waveform printing,
Expanded Full Disclosure Waveform printing, ECG 12
Lead Analysis Result printing, Report printing
MU-971RA/RJ/RK Main Unit
Line voltage
AC 100 to 240 V ± 10%
Line frequency
50 or 60 Hz
Power consumption
AC 230VA or less
VL-971R/RK LCD Unit
Line voltage
Line frequency
Power consumption
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A4/Letter
AC 100 to 240 V ± 10%
50 or 60 Hz
AC 150VA or less
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Environment
Electromagnetic
Compatibility
Operating temperature
Operating humidity
Operating atmospheric pressure
10 to 35°C
30% to 80% (no condensing)
70 to 106 kPa
Storage temperature
Storage humidity
Storage atmospheric pressure
−20to +60°C
20% to 90% (no condensing)
70 to 106 kPa
MU-971RJ/RK main unit:
EMI
EN55022 C Class B
Immunity EN55024 1998
IEC-60601-1-2 1993
VL-971R/RK LCD Unit
Safety
MU-971RA/RJ/RK main unit
Safety standard
IEC60950 3rd Ed.
Type of protection against electric shock
Class I
Degree of protection against electric shock
Type B applied parts
Degree of protection against harmful ingress of water
IPX0 (ordinary equipment)
Degree of safety of application in the presence of a flammable anaesthetic
mixture with air, oxygen or nitrous oxide
Not suitable for use in the presence of a
flammable anaesthetic mixture with air,
oxygen or nitrous oxide
Mode of operation:
Continuous operation
Equipment types (classification)
Indoor stationary equipment
VL-971R/RK LCD Unit
Safety standard
IEC 60601-1 1995
Type of protection against electric shock
Class I
Degree of protection against electric shock
Type B applied parts
Degree of protection against harmful ingress of water
IPX1
Degree of safety of application in the presence of a flammable anaesthetic
mixture with air, oxygen or nitrous oxide
Not suitable for use in the presence of a
flammable anaesthetic mixture with air,
oxygen or nitrous oxide
Mode of operation:
Continuous operation
Dimensions and Weight
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Main unit
LCD unit (without protrusion)
180 (W) × 352 (H) × 405 (D) mm, approx.16 kg
457 (W) × 472 (H) × 247 (D) mm, approx.11 kg
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Panel Descriptions
Central Monitor Main Unit
MU-971RA/RJ/RK
WARNING
While the central monitor is on, do not insert any CD-ROM or floppy
disk into it. Nihon Kohden does not warrant the normal operation of
the central monitor in the case that an application or software
installation starts automatically.
CAUTION
While the central monitor is on, do not touch unused sockets.
Failure to follow this caution may damage the monitor by static
electricity and may cause malfunction.
Front Panel
Power switch
Turns main unit on or off when the main power switch on the rear
panel is on ( ).
Power switch cover
For attaching, refer to CNS-9701 installation guide.
Hard disk lamp
Lights when the hard disk is being accessed.
Reset switch
Normally not used.
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NOTE
Rear Panel
• Do not remove the covers from the unused sockets on the rear panel
of the central monitor main unit.
• Do not touch the sockets on the rear panel of the main unit or cables
around the sockets. Otherwise, static electricity may cause
malfunction of the monitor.
<Volax5000>
<Volax5001>
AC SOURCE socket
Main power switch
KEYBOARD socket
-240
-240
MOUSE socket
NETWORK socket
PROTECT KEY socket
RECORDER socket
RECORDER socket
SOUND socket
NETWORK socket
VIDEO1/VIDEO2 socket
TOUCH 1/TOUCH 2 socket
Name
AC SOURCE socket
Main power switch
KEYBOARD socket
MOUSE socket
NETWORK socket
SOUND socket
PROTECT KEY socket
RECORDER socket
VIDEO1/VIDEO2 socket
TOUCH 1/TOUCH 2 socket
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Description
Connects to a UPS via the power cord provided with the central monitor
main unit.
Turns on or off to supply power to the main unit. Under normal
conditions keep this switch turned on ( ).
Connects to the keyboard.
Connects to the mouse.
Connects to network system via a network cable.
Connects to the SOUND socket on the VL-971R/RK LCD unit.
Connects to the protection key via the connection cable provided with the
central monitor main unit. This protection key can be connected to the
protection keys for the QP-971P/972P/973P/974P program kits.
Connects to the WS-971R recorder unit.
Connects to the VIDEO socket on the LCD unit via the RGB connection
cable provided with the LCD unit.
Connects the TOUCHSCREEN socket on the LCD unit via the
touchscreen connection cable provided with the LCD unit.
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1. GENERAL
LCD Unit VL-971R/RK
WARNING
Do not turn off the display to which the sound cable is connected.
Otherwise alarm sound does not occur.
Front
Rear
Touchscreen display
DC IN socket
Connects to the AC adapter cord
Menu/Select
M
Up/Right
AC adapter (100 to 240 V)
Connects to a UPS via the power
cord provided with the display
unit.
Video Source
S
Down/Left
Power switch
Turns on ( ) or off ( ) the LCD
unit. Under normal conditions
keep this switch turned on.
SOUND socket
Connects to the SOUND socket on the
central monitor main unit via the sound
cable provided with the central monitor.
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TOUCHSCREEN socket
Connects the TOUCH 1/TOUCH 2 socket on the
central monitor main unit via the touchscreen
connection cable provided with the LCD unit.
VIDEO socket
Connects to the VIDEO1/VIDEO2 socket on the
central monitor main unit via the RGB connection
cable provided with the LCD unit.
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Recorder Unit WS-971R
POWER lamp
Lights when the power is on.
CHECK RECORDER lamp
Lights when communication
between the recorder unit and
central monitor is disconnected
or when there is abnormality in
the recorder unit.
Paper magazine release lever
Press to open the magazine.
Paper magazine
Contains the recording paper.
Fuse holder
Two fuses (1A) are contained.
Fuse must be replaced by
qualified service personnel.
Power switch
Turns the power ON ( ) or OFF
( ).
Usually, keep the power ON.
Power socket
Connects to a UPS with a power
cord provided with the central
monitor main unit and supplies
power (100 to 240 V) to the
recorder unit.
PC socket
Connects to the RECORDER socket on the
rear panel of the central monitor main unit
with the recorder cable provided with the
central monitor main unit.
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1. GENERAL
Composition
CNS-9701A
CNS-9701J
CNS-9701K
MU-971RA
MU-971RJ
MU-971RK
Central monitor main unit for A version
Central monitor main unit for J version
Central monitor main unit for K version
VL-971R
VL-971RK
LCD unit (Option)
WS-971R
Recorder unit (Option)
Options
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QP-971P
12 Patient Examination Program Kit
QP-972P
16 Patient Examination Program Kit
QP-973P
Full Disclosure Filing Program Kit
QP-974P
12 Lead ECG Interpretation Filing Program Kit
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Connection Diagram
Keyboard
Mouse
LCD unit (VL-971R/RK)
Central monitor main unit
(MU-971RA/RJ/RK)
Recorder unit
WS-971R
AC adapter
UPS
Protection key
Laser printer
To the AC outlet
on the wall
To the Grounding terminal
on the wall
To network system
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To the AC outlet on the wall and
equipotential grounding system
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When using two displays
Main display
Sub display
LCD unit (VL-971R/RK)
Central monitor main unit
(MU-971RA/RJ/RK)
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Section 2 Troubleshooting
General ................................................................................................................................ 2.1
System ................................................................................................................................ 2.3
Network ............................................................................................................................... 2.4
Measurement Value ............................................................................................................. 2.5
Alarm ................................................................................................................................... 2.5
Admitting/Discharging ......................................................................................................... 2.6
All Beds Screen/Individual Bed Screen ............................................................................... 2.7
Trend Window ...................................................................................................................... 2.8
Tabular Trend Window .......................................................................................................... 2.8
Hemodynamics List Window ................................................................................................ 2.8
Arrhythmia Recall Window ................................................................................................... 2.9
ST Recall Window ............................................................................................................... 2.9
Full Disclosure Window ...................................................................................................... 2.10
ECG 12 Lead Analysis Window ......................................................................................... 2.10
Report Window .................................................................................................................. 2.11
Recording .......................................................................................................................... 2.11
Overview Bed Screen ........................................................................................................ 2.12
Parameter Setup ............................................................................................................... 2.12
Power Problem .................................................................................................................. 2.13
Display Problem ................................................................................................................ 2.14
Touch Screen Problem ...................................................................................................... 2.16
Sound Problem .................................................................................................................. 2.16
Keyboard Problem ............................................................................................................. 2.17
Mouse Problem ................................................................................................................. 2.17
Hard Disk Problem ............................................................................................................ 2.17
CD-ROM Drive or Floppy Disk Drive Problem ................................................................... 2.18
2-channel Recorder Unit Problem ...................................................................................... 2.18
Error Messages ................................................................................................................. 2.19
Messages From Bedside Monitors/Multiple Patient Receiver .................................. 2.19
Messages about Measurement Conditions of Each Parameter ..................... 2.19
Other ............................................................................................................. 2.24
Messages From Central Monitor ............................................................................. 2.25
WS-971R Recorder Unit ................................................................................ 2.25
Laser Printer ................................................................................................. 2.25
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Other ............................................................................................................. 2.25
Hard Disk Replacement Flow ............................................................................................ 2.26
How to Recover the BIOS Initial Settings ......................................................................... 2.27
BIOS Default Setting (Vorax5000) ................................................................. 2.28
BIOS Default Setting (Vorax5001) ................................................................. 2.30
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2. TROUBLESHOOTING
General
Use the troubleshooting tables to locate, identify, and solve a problem in the
instrument. The problems are divided into general problem areas. Each category
has its own troubleshooting table for fast and easy troubleshooting.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
System
Network
Measurement Value
Alarm
Admitting/Discharging
All Beds Screen/Individual Bed Screen
Trend Window
Tabular Trend Window
Hemodynamics List Window
Arrhythmia Recall Window
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
ST Recall Window
Full Disclosure Window
ECG 12 Lead Analysis Window
Report Window
Recording
Overview Bed Screen
Parameter Setup
Power Problem
Display Problem
Touch Screen Problem
Sound Problem
Keyboard Problem
Mouse Problem
Hard Disk Problem
CD-ROM Drive or Floppy Disk Drive Problem
2-channel Recorder Unit Problem
If these sections do not solve the problem, contact your Nihon Kohden
representative.
NOTE
Before contacting your Nihon Kohden representative for technical
support, please provide additional detailed information on the problem.
This will allow your Nihon Kohden representative to provide you with
the best support.
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2. TROUBLESHOOTING
How to use the troubleshooting table
1. Determine which troubleshooting table to use.
2. In the “Problem” column, find the trouble item that matches the problem.
3. Do the action recommended in the “Action” column.
4. If the problem is not solved, do the action for the next possible cause or
criteria.
5. If none of the actions solve the problem, contact your Nihon Kohden
representative.
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System
Trouble
The touch screen keys do not
function.
Possible Cause/Criteria
The pressed position and activated
position do not match.
Action
Reboot the display with the following
procedure.
1. Confirm the cable connection for the
touch screen.
2. Turn off the LCD display and then turn
it on again.
3. Perform touch screen initialization and
calibration at the Touchscreen Setting
window of the System Setup.
If the trouble remains after actions 1 to 3,
exit the central monitor program and
restart Windows 2000.
The mouse disappears off the
screen.
The central monitor is operated in
dual display mode.
To stop dual display mode, do the
following:
The “System Setup” key cannot
be touched.
The central monitor is operated in
dual display mode and the System
Setup screen is open at the other
display.
1. On the Monitor Setting window of the
System Setup, set “Number of
Displays” to Single Display.
The screen is out of
synchronization.
VL-971R/RK LCD unit:
Set the correct screen frequency using the
smart synchronization function.
Display position is not correct.
2. On the Display Properties window of
Windows 2000, set “Display2” to OFF,
then reboot the system.
Locally purchased LCD unit:
Select the correct screen frequency
referring to the LCD unit operation
manual.
No display on the second
display
Settings on the Display Properties
window of Windows 2000 are not
set properly.
On the Display Properties window of
Windows 2000, set “Display2” to ON, then
reboot the system. (When the product is
shipped, this setting is set to OFF.)
Confirm that the Display Properties
window of Windows 2000 is set as below.
When the central monitor is operated in the
dual display mode, confirm both display 1
and 2.
An application error occurs
when you start the central
monitor system program and the
system does not start.
Screen Area: 1280 × 1024
Colors:
True color
On the Windows setting window, set
display 1 to the left and 2 to the right.
Cannot display data saved in the
NFS-9000 network file server.
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At present, the CNS-9701 central monitor
cannot display data saved in the NFS-9000
network file server.
2.3
2. TROUBLESHOOTING
Trouble
Data is deleted when the central
monitor power is turned off.
Possible Cause/Criteria
Action
Faulty hard disk
Contact your Nihon Kohden distributor or
representative. The central monitor may
lose its function as a monitor.
Clock error
Contact your Nihon Kohden distributor or
representative.
The system crashes when trying
to review the past data.
The system crashes periodically
such as once a day.
Incorrect date and time
If the clock becomes incorrect after
adjusting the clock and turning the
central monitor power on again,
the back up battery is weak.
• Slow operation
Windows is unstable.
• It takes time to read out the
saved data.
• Malfunction
Shut down the central monitor system
program and restart it. For a stable
operation, restart the central monitor
system program once every three months.
Network
Trouble
A desired bed is not displayed in
the selected group.
Cannot find 8000 series beds in
the network
The lamp near the NETWORK
socket on the main unit does not
light and the main unit cannot
communicate with any
instrument connected to the
network.
2.4
Possible Cause/Criteria
Action
The bedside monitor or multiple
patient receiver for that bed is
turned off.
Turn on the bedside monitor or multiple
patient receiver.
The desired bed belongs to another
group.
On the Monitor Setting window, check
other groups to find the desired bed.
Check group names of each bedside
monitor and multiple patient receiver.
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8000 series beds connected to the network
via the CNS-9301/9302 central monitor
belong to the same group as the CNS9301/9302 central monitor.
The network cable is loose at the
socket.
Check that the network cable and its
connectors at both ends have no damage
and check the continuity. After these
checks, firmly connect the cable between
the main unit and hub.
The network circuit on the
motherboard has a failure.
Replace the motherboard with a new one.
The hub connected to the main unit
through the network cable has a
failure.
Replace the hub with a new one.
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Measurement Value
Trouble
Heart rate is not counted
correctly.
Possible Cause/Criteria
Waveform too large or too small
Action
Adjust the QRS detection sensitivity.
QRS detection threshold is
changed.
QRS and pacemaker spikes are not
distinguished.
Turn pacing detection ON.
QRS detection is set to “Manual”.
Set QRS detection to “Auto”, or confirm
that the QRS detection lead and threshold
in manual detection are set properly.
Arrhythmia is not measured
correctly.
ECG learning is not correct.
Relearn patient’s ECG.
Heart rate and arrhythmia are
not measured correctly.
ECG lead that is inappropriate for
analysis is selected.
Change the ECG lead used for analysis.
Noise on the ECG waveform
Hum interference on the ECG
waveform.
Set the hum filter to ON.
The ST value is inaccurate.
The ST analysis point is not set
properly.
Confirm that the ST analysis point setting
is properly set for ST analysis.
Respiration is not measured
correctly.
Waveform too large or too small
Set the proper sensitivity.
Respiration sensitivity is changed.
Respiration measurement is set to
OFF.
Turn the respiration measurement ON.
Alarm
Trouble
No alarm.
All alarms for a bed cannot be
turned ON/OFF together.
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Possible Cause/Criteria
Action
Each alarm setting of the Personal
Setup is set to OFF.
Turn the alarms ON for the bed.
Arrhythmia analysis is turned OFF
at the bedside monitor and/or
central monitor.
Turn arrhythmia analysis ON on both the
bedside monitor and central monitor.
All alarms are set to OFF at the
bedside monitor.
Turn all alarms ON at the bedside monitor.
This operation cannot be done at the
central monitor.
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This operation is not available at the
central monitor.
2.5
2. TROUBLESHOOTING
Admitting/Discharging
Trouble
Possible Cause/Criteria
Cannot transfer a patient’s data.
You are trying to do this operation
on a central monitor where the
patient’s data is not saved.
Do this on the central monitor where the
patient’s data is saved.
You are trying to do this operation
on a central monitor where the
patient’s data is not saved.
Do this on the central monitor where the
patient’s data is saved.
The bedside monitor is turned off.
Turn on the bedside monitor.
Cannot select a bedside monitor
as a transfer destination bedside
monitor.
The bedside monitor is turned off.
Turn on the bedside monitor.
The patient’s data before patient
transfer is lost.
The patient was transferred
between bedside monitors in
different CNS groups more than
once.
To save the patient’s data in the first
central monitor, do not transfer the patient
to a bedside monitor in a third CNS group
after the patient is transferred to a bedside
monitor in a second CNS group.
The patient’s data before patient
transfer cannot be reviewed.
The central monitor where the
patient’s data is saved is turned off.
Turn on the central monitor where the
patient’s data before the patient transfer is
saved.
The message “Transferring” is
displayed on the screen but it
does not change to
“Completed”.
During patient transfer, the central
monitor was turned off. Or, there
was trouble on the network and the
transfer failed.
Admit the patient at the destination
bedside monitor. The lost data cannot be
restored.
You transferred an 8000 series bed
that was a monitored bed of a
CNS-9301/9302 central monitor.
You cannot transfer ST recall data of an
8000 series bed that was a monitored bed
of a CNS-9301/9302 central monitor.
Cannot change the receiving
channel.
Cannot admit/discharge a
patient.
Action
All patient’s data is lost after
patient transfer.
ST recall data is lost after
patient transfer.
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All Beds Screen/Individual Bed Screen
Trouble
Possible Cause/Criteria
Action
Numeric data and messages
disappear for a moment.
The display is refreshed. This is
normal.
Waveform is not displayed.
The bed is discharged.
Admit the patient.
The bed is set to temporary discharge.
Resume monitoring.
The bedside monitor or the multiple
patient receiver is turned off.
Turn on the bedside monitor or the
multiple patient receiver.
The currently measured lead/label is
different from the lead/label to be
displayed on the screen.
Confirm the setting so that the currently
measured lead/label matches the
lead/label to be displayed on the screen.
The waveform is not selected as the
displayed waveform.
Set the waveform to the displayed
waveform.
The bed is not registered as a
monitored bed.
Register the bed to the monitored bed.
Network is disconnected.
Confirm the network connection.
The bedside monitor is an 8000 series
bed connected to the network via the
CNS-9301/9302 central monitor.
Several types of waveforms cannot be
displayed on 8000 series bedside
monitors.
The parameter of the numeric data is
not selected as the displayed
parameter.
Set the parameter of the numeric data to
the displayed parameter.
The label of the currently measured
numeric data is different from the
label to be displayed.
Confirm the setting so that the label of
the currently measured numeric data
matches the label to be displayed.
A vital alarm occurred in a parameter
that is not set to a displayed
parameter and its numeric data took
the place of a numeric data that is set
to the displayed parameter.
The numeric data of a parameter whose
vital alarm is currently occurring has a
higher priority to be displayed.
The waveform or numeric data is not
measured.
Measure the waveform or numeric data.
Numeric data is not displayed.
The desired waveform or
numeric data cannot be selected.
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Confirm the setting so that the currently
measured lead/label matches the
lead/label to be displayed on the screen.
Register the desired parameter on the
Parameters window of the System
Setup. A parameter registered at the
Parameters window of the System Setup
is displayed on setting keys even when
it is not currently measured.
Some waveforms are not
displayed.
Some of the patient waveforms
cannot be displayed on this central
monitor while another central monitor
that is connected to a multiple patient
receiver or a signal exchanger
displays the individual bed screen of
the patient.
Display the All Beds screen at the
central monitor where the patient’s data
is saved.
The desired parameter cannot be
displayed.
The parameter is a parameter that
cannot be displayed.
Refer to Section 15 “Parameter Priority”
for the list of parameters that can be
displayed on the central monitor.
Cannot find a key to freeze a
waveform or relearn ECG.
Those functions are not assigned to
function keys.
Assign these functions to function keys.
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2. TROUBLESHOOTING
Trend Window
Trouble
Possible Cause/Criteria
Action
Trend data is not displayed.
The central monitor where the
bed’s data is saved is turned off.
Turn on the central monitor where the
bed’s data is saved.
Trend data is not saved.
The central monitor where the
bed’s data is saved was turned off
during measurement.
Trend data is not created when the central
monitor where the bed’s data is saved is
turned off.
Tabular Trend Window
Trouble
Possible Cause/Criteria
Action
Tabular trend data is not
displayed.
The central monitor where the
bed’s data is saved is turned off.
Turn on the central monitor where the
bed’s data is saved.
Cannot select a parameter you
want to add to the tabular trend
The parameter is not registered at
the Parameters window of the
System Setup.
Register the parameter at the Parameters
window of the System Setup.
NIBP numeric data is not
displayed.
When an NIBP measurement is
delayed or remeasured and its
measurement timing does not
match the selected tabular trend
interval, that NIBP data will not
appear on the tabular trend.
Set the tabular trend display interval to 1
min. The NIBP tabular trend and all NIBP
measurements are displayed.
Tabular trend data is not saved.
The central monitor where the
bed’s data is saved was turned off
during measurement.
Tabular trend data is not created when the
central monitor where the bed’s data is
saved is turned off.
Hemodynamics List Window
Trouble
2.8
Possible Cause/Criteria
Action
Hemodynamics data is not
displayed.
The central monitor where the
bed’s data is saved is turned off.
Turn on the central monitor where the
bed’s data is saved.
Hemodynamics data is not
saved.
The central monitor where the
bed’s data is saved was turned off
during measurement.
Hemodynamics data is not created when
the central monitor where the bed’s data is
saved is turned off.
The bedside monitor cannot output
hemodynamics data to the
network.
Hemodynamics data that can be reviewed
at the central monitor is data created at the
BSM-4100 series bedside monitor version
02-09 or later.
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Arrhythmia Recall Window
Trouble
Possible Cause/Criteria
Action
Arrhythmia recall files are not
created.
The arrhythmia analysis is set to
OFF.
Turn the arrhythmia analysis to ON.
Arrhythmia recall files for a
particular arrhythmia are not
created
Recall file creation for the
arrhythmia is set to OFF.
Turn the setting to ON.
Arrhythmia recall files for
unnecessary arrhythmias are
created.
Recall file creation for the
arrhythmia is set to ON.
Turn the setting to OFF.
Arrhythmia recall files are
deleted.
The number of arrhythmia recall
files for one bed exceeded the limit
and older files are deleted.
Deleted files cannot be recovered.
You touch “Delete” when several
files have a deletion mark.
Arrhythmia recall files are not
displayed.
The bedside monitor is turned off.
Turn the bedside monitor or multiple
patient receiver on.
The central monitor where the
bed’s data is saved is turned off.
Turn on the central monitor where the
bed’s data is saved.
The arrhythmia types to be
displayed on the screen are not
selected.
Select the arrhythmias to be displayed on
the screen.
Arrhythmia recall files are not
saved.
The central monitor where the
bed’s data is saved was turned off
during measurement.
Arrhythmia recall files are not created
when the central monitor where the bed’s
data is saved is turned off.
When the multi waveform
display is selected, the desired
waveforms cannot be displayed.
Stored waveforms and displayed
waveforms are not selected for full
disclosure waveform.
Waveforms displayed for the multi
waveform display are synchronized with
the displayed waveform settings on the
Full Disclosure window. Set at “Stored
Waves” and “Displayed Waves” on the
Full Disclosure window.
Multi waveform cannot be
displayed.
The QP-973P Full Disclosure
Filing Program Kit is not installed.
Install the QP-973P Full Disclosure Filing
Program Kit.
Possible Cause/Criteria
Action
ST Recall Window
Trouble
ST recall files for 72 hours
cannot be saved.
The interval of ST recall file
creation is set to 30 seconds.
With the creation interval of 30 seconds,
the total number of files exceeds the limit.
To save recall file for 72 hours, set the
creation interval to 1 min or more.
ST recall files are not saved.
The central monitor where the
bed’s data is saved is turned off.
Turn on the central monitor where the
bed’s data is saved.
The bedside monitor cannot output
ST recall files to a network.
The central monitor cannot save or display
ST recall files of the following bedside
monitors:
• BSM-4100 series bedside monitor
whose version is not 02-09 or later
• 8000 series bed that is a monitored bed
of a CNS-9301/9302 central monitor.
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2. TROUBLESHOOTING
Full Disclosure Window
Trouble
Full disclosure waveform is not
displayed.
Possible Cause/Criteria
Action
The central monitor where the
bed’s data is saved is turned off.
Turn on the central monitor where the
bed’s data is saved.
The QP-973P Full Disclosure
Filing Program Kit is not installed.
Install the QP-973P Full Disclosure Filing
Program Kit.
The QP-973P Full Disclosure
Filing Program Kit is not installed
in the central monitor where the
bed’s data is saved.
Choose a central monitor with the QP973P Full Disclosure Filing Program Kit
installed for the central monitor where the
bed’s data is saved.
The desired full disclosure
waveform is not displayed.
The full disclosure waveform is
not saved.
Choose the waveform for the stored
waveform on the Full Disclosure window.
The desired waveform cannot be
selected for a stored waveform.
The parameter is not measured.
Measure the parameter.
This central monitor is not the
central monitor where the bed’s
data is saved.
This setting is only available at the central
monitor where the bed’s data is saved or
the BSS-9800 bedside station (central
mode).
The central monitor where the
bed’s data is saved was turned off
during measurement.
Full disclosure waveform is not saved
when the central monitor where the bed’s
data is saved is turned off.
The currently measured lead/label
is different from the lead/label to
be saved.
Make the currently measured lead/label
match the lead/label to be saved.
Arrhythmia analysis is set to OFF
at the bedside monitor and/or the
central monitor.
Turn arrhythmia analysis to ON at the
bedside monitor and central monitor. You
cannot set color to an arrhythmia that does
not have color.
The arrhythmia alarm is set to OFF
at the bedside monitor and/or the
central monitor.
Turn the arrhythmia alarm to ON at the
bedside monitor and central monitor. You
cannot set color to an arrhythmia that does
not have color.
Noise interference
Poor electrode attachment
condition
You cannot set color to an arrhythmia that
does not have color.
The waveforms that are selected
for the stored waveform are not
saved.
On the Full Disclosure window,
the arrhythmia waveform is not
indicated with the preset color.
ECG 12 Lead Analysis Window
Trouble
ECG 12 Lead analysis files are
not displayed.
2.10
Possible Cause/Criteria
Action
The QP-974P 12 Lead ECG
Interpretation Filing Program Kit is
not installed.
Install the QP-974P 12 Lead ECG
Interpretation Filing Program Kit.
The bedside monitor cannot output
ECG 12 lead analysis files to a
network.
The central monitor can display ECG 12
lead analysis files of the BSM-4100 series
bedside monitor only when the bedside
monitor version is 03-02 or later.
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Report Window
Trouble
Report printing starts
automatically.
Possible Cause/Criteria
The report printing mode is set to
“Auto”.
Action
Set the mode to “Manual”.
Recording
Trouble
In the following recordings,
waveforms that you do not want
to record are recorded.
Possible Cause/Criteria
Action
Waveforms displayed on the All
Beds screen are recorded.
- Manual recording
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- Periodic recording
- Alarm recording
- Call recording
In the following recording,
waveforms that you do not want
to record are recorded.
Recorded waveform is not selected
on the Recording window of the
Setup.
Select the desired waveform on the
Recording window of the Setup.
- Dual waveform recording
In the following recording,
waveforms that you do not want
to record are recorded.
Recorded waveform is selected at
the bedside monitor.
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- Remote delayed waveform
recording
Alarm recording is not
performed for a particular
arrhythmia.
Recall file creation for the
arrhythmia is set to OFF.
Turn the setting to ON.
Vital sign alarm recording is not
performed.
Vital sign alarm recording is set to
OFF.
Set vital sign alarm recording to ON.
Arrhythmia alarm recording is
not performed.
Arrhythmia alarm recording is set
to OFF.
Set arrhythmia alarm recording to ON.
Arrhythmia analysis is set to OFF
at the bedside monitor.
Turn arrhythmia analysis to ON at the
bedside monitor.
ST alarm recording is not
performed.
ST alarm recording is set to OFF.
Set ST alarm recording to ON.
Periodic recording is not
performed.
Periodic recording is set to OFF on
the Recording window of the
Setup.
Set periodic recording to ON.
Call recording is not performed.
Call recording is set to OFF on the
Recording window of the Setup.
Set call recording to ON.
Trend data are not printed for
the report printing.
Report settings are not correct.
Set the correct settings on the Report
window.
Dual waveform recording is not
performed. (Only one waveform
is recorded/printed.)
On the Recording window of the
Setup, “Second Wave” at
“Recording Pattern” is set to
NONE.
Set a desired waveform for “Second
Wave” at “Recording Pattern”.
Waveform is not printed on the
screen copy.
Waveform cannot be printed on the
screen copy.
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2.11
2. TROUBLESHOOTING
Overview Bed Screen
Trouble
Possible Cause/Criteria
Action
Some waveforms are not
displayed.
When the individual bed screen of
a patient is displayed on a central
monitor that is connected to a
multiple patient receiver or a signal
exchanger, some of the patient
waveforms cannot be displayed on
the Overview Bed of another
central monitor.
Display the All Beds screen at the central
monitor that saves the data of the bedside
monitor you want to display.
The desired bed cannot be
selected for the Overview Bed
screen.
The bed is an 8000 series bed.
To display data of an 8000 series bed on
this central monitor, a central monitor on
the network must be monitoring the bed.
The alarm for the overview bed
does not occur.
No bedside monitor is selected at
the Overview Bed screen.
Select a desired bed as an overview bed.
Cannot silence an overview bed
alarm.
An overview bed alarm cannot be
silenced at the central monitor.
To stop overview bed alarm, stop
monitoring any overview bed by touching
“Stop monitoring” on the Overview Bed
Menu screen.
An overview bed alarm of an
unintended bed occurs.
Parameter Setup
Trouble
Available settings differ among
bedside monitors.
2.12
Possible Cause/Criteria
Available settings depend on the
bedside monitor model and
connection method.
Action
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To replace the board or unit with a new one, refer to Section 4 “ Disassembly and
Assembly”.
Power Problem
Problem
-
When the main unit is
turned on, the power lamp
on the front panel does not
light.
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When the display unit is
turned on, the LCD does
not light.
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The main unit or display
unit frequently turns itself
off.
In power failure, the UPS does
not cover the power requirement
of the central monitor.
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Possible Cause
Action
AC power is not obtained from the
power cord.
Check that the AC power is obtained from
the AC outlet on the facility wall.
The power cord is loose between
the AC outlet and AC inlet of the
main unit or display unit through
the AC adapter.
Disconnect the power cord between the
AC outlet and AC inlet of the main unit or
AC adapter, and connect the power cord
between them again.
The power supply unit in the main
unit or AC adapter for the display
unit has a failure.
Replace the power supply unit or AC
adapter with a new one.
The battery in the UPS is
completely discharged.
Replace the battery with a new one.
UPS has a failure.
Replace the UPS with a new one.
2.13
2. TROUBLESHOOTING
Display Problem
CAUTION
To replace the hard disk with a new one, refer to “Hard Disk Flow” in
this section and “Replacing the Hard Disk” in Section 4 “Disassembly
and Assembly”.
Problem
The “NO SIGNAL” message
appears on the black screen of
the display unit.
Action
The RGB cable has poor contact
between the display unit and main
unit.
Disconnect the RGB cable and firmly
connect the RGB cable between them.
The RGB signals are not output
from the graphic board in the main
unit.
Replace the graphic board with a new one.
The main unit is not turned on.
Check the problem items shown in the
above "Power problem" table.
The horizontal or vertical
synchronization setting is not
adjusted properly.
Perform the synchronization adjustment at
the display unit.
A "No boot device" message
appears and Windows 2000 does
not start.
The hard disk is damaged.
Replace the hard disk with a new one.
The hard disk is not recognized
due to incorrect BIOS setting.
Set the BIOS setting correctly.
A "HDD Problem Call Nihon
Kohden" message appears and
the hard disk lamp is lit.
The hard disk is damaged.
Replace the hard disk with a new one.
The screen is only one color
such as
The RGB cable has an internal
break.
Check the continuity with a multimeter.
Replace the cable with a new one if the
cable has a break.
The graphic board in the main unit
has a failure.
Replace the board with a new one.
The display unit has a failure.
Replace the unit with a new one.
Adjustment*1 of the display unit is
required.
Adjust the display unit according to
"Adjustment" section.
A failure of the display unit*2 or
graphic board of the main unit.
Replace the defective board*3 with a new
one.
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The screen is out of
synchronization.
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The screen is flickering.
-
The screen display position
is not correct.
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2.14
Possible Cause
The screen color is only
blue.
-
The screen color is only
red.
-
The screen color is only
yellow.
-
The screen is not clearly
displayed.
-
The screen display position
varies.
-
The screen is distorted.
-
The screen dims.
(To use the central monitor temporarily,
turn the main unit off and on. But note that
this problem will appear again some time.)
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Problem
Possible Cause
Action
-
The display color balance
has something wrong.
A failure of the display unit* or
graphic board of the main unit.
Replace the defective board*3 with a new
one.
-
The screen background
color is not black.
Internal break in the RGB cable
Check the continuity with a multimeter.
Replace the cable with a new one if the
cable has a break.
Adjustment*1 of the display unit is
required.
Adjust the display unit according to
"Adjustment" section.
Failure of the AC adapter in the
display unit.
Check that the AC adapter outputs +12 V.
If this voltage is not output, replace the AC
adapter with a new one.
Failure of the backlight lamp or
inverter of the LCD assembly.
Replace the LCD assembly with a new
one.
If NDS logo appears at the center
of the screen when you turn on the
display unit only, the display unit
works.
Check that the RGB signals are output
from the main unit. Adjust the display unit
synchronization according to the
"Adjustment" section.
If NDS logo does not appear at the
center of the screen when you turn
on the display unit only, the
display unit does not work.
Replace the LCD control board or LCD
assembly with a new one.
No screen is displayed but the
backlight lamp is not lit.
No screen is displayed but the
backlight lamp is lit.
2
*1 The VL-971R display unit is adjusted at the factory so that the display unit accepts the RGB signals from most of
the RADEON graphic boards used in the main unit. But some of the boards require adjustment of the display unit.
*2 Most of these problems can be caused by a failure of the LCD control board in the display unit because the RGB
outputs from the graphic board are controlled by an IC on the graphic board.
*3 To judge which board has a failure, connect another PC to the display unit or another RGB display unit to the
main unit.
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2. TROUBLESHOOTING
Touch Screen Problem
Problem
The touch screen does not work.
Possible Cause
Action
The RS232C straight cable has
poor contact between the display
unit and main unit.
Check the continuity of the cable with a
multimeter and check the connection.
The touch screen control board has
a failure.
Replace the board with a new one.
The touch screen is damaged.
Replace the touch screen with a new one.
The film cable of the touch screen
has a break.
-
Effective area varies on the
touch screen.
-
The touch screen sometimes
works.
The pressed position and
activated position do not match.
The touch screen control board has
an error due to noise.
Turn off the display unit and turn it on to
initialize the display unit.
If there is still the same problem or it
occurs again, replace the board with a new
one.
The display unit is moved to upper
or lower location.
The position data is changed by
noise.
Calibrate the touch screen at the
Touchscreen Setting window of the System
Setup.
Sound Problem
Problem
Action
The main unit intermittently
generates a beep sound.
A key on the keyboard is pressed
and held.
Release the key.
No alarm and QRS sounds.
Poor contact of the speaker cable.
Check the continuity of the speaker cable
and connector connection.
Failure of the speakers in the
display unit.
Replace the speakers with new ones.
Failure of the motherboard in the
main unit.
Replace the motherboard with a new one.
Dust or lint on the cooling fan for
the CPU or in the power supply
unit.
Clean the fans with an air compressor.
Abnormal low noise from the
main unit.
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Keyboard Problem
Problem
No keyboard keys work.
Some keyboard keys do not
work.
Possible Cause
Action
The keyboard cable is loose at the
socket on the main board.
Disconnect the cable from the socket on
the main board and connect the cable to
the socket tightly.
The keyboard cable is damaged.
Replace the keyboard with a new one.
Failure of the key switches.
Replace the keyboard with a new one.
Mouse Problem
Problem
When you move the mouse, the
cursor on the screen does not
move.
Possible Cause
Action
The mouse cable is loose at the
socket on the main unit.
Disconnect the cable from the socket on
the main board and connect the cable to
the socket tightly.
Mouse failure.
Replace the mouse with a new one.
Hard Disk Problem
CAUTION
To replace the hard disk with a new one, refer to “Hard Disk Flow” in
this section and “Replacing the Hard Disk” in Section 4 “Disassembly
and Assembly”.
Problem
A "No boot device" message
appears and Windows 2000 does
not start.
Possible Cause
Action
The hard disk is damaged.
Replace the hard disk with a new one.
The BIOS setting is changed by
noise so the hard disk is not
recognized.
Set the correct BIOS setting again.
A "HDD Problem Call Nihon
Kohden" message appears and
the hard disk lamp is lit.
The hard disk is damaged.
Replace the hard disk with a new one.
Following to the shut down
procedure in the operator's
manual, you shut down the
central monitor but the screen
does return to Windows 2000.
The hard disk is damaged.
Replace the hard disk with a new one.
Metallic sound from the hard
disk.
The bearing for the spindle motor
in the hard disk is worn out.
Replace the hard disk with a new one.
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(To use the central monitor temporarily,
turn the main unit off and on. But note that
this problem will appear again some time.)
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CD-ROM Drive or Floppy Disk Drive Problem
Problem
Possible Cause
Action
The access lamp lights but the
drive cannot read the data on a
disk.
The drive is dusty.
Clean the drive with a cleaning disk or air
compressor.
The access lamp does not light
during access and the drive
cannot read the data on a disk.
The drive has a failure.
Replace the drive with a new one. After
replacement, check that the new drive is
recognized when the main unit is turned
on.
Poor connection between the drive
and motherboard.
Check the connection between the drive
and motherboard.
2-channel Recorder Unit Problem
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Problem
Possible Cause
Action
The recording paper is loaded
but the “RECORDER OUT OF
PAPER” message appears on the
screen.
The paper detection sensor is dirty.
Clean the paper detection sensor with a
cotton swab moistened with alcohol.
The printing intensity is not
even.
The platen roller is worn out.
Replace the roller with a new one.
The paper magazine is
completely closed but the
“RECORDER DOOR OPEN”
message appears on the screen.
The magazine open detection
switch has a failure.
Replace the switch with a new one.
Missing dot on recordings from
the recorder unit.
The thermal array head has a
failure.
Replace the head with a new one.
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Error Messages
Error messages are categorized into two types, messages sent from bedside
monitors/multiple patient receiver and messages generated at the central monitor.
Messages From Bedside
Monitors/Multiple Patient
Receiver
Messages about Measurement Conditions of Each Parameter
The central monitor receives error messages from bedside monitors and multiple
patient receiver and displays them on the screen. Here is the message list. For
causes and countermeasures for each message, refer to the bedside monitor/
multiple patient receiver operator’s manual.
Some messages displayed at the bedside monitor/multiple patient receiver are not
displayed on the central monitor.
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Parameter
ECG
Message
CHECK LEADS
CHG ELECTRODE
NOISE
SMALL QRS
RHYTHM CHG
LEARNING
LOW mV
HIGH mV
AUTO LEAD CHG
CANNOT ANALYZE
PACING
Parameter
Arrhythmia
Message
ASYSTOLE
V.FIB
Vf/VT
EXT.TACHY
EXT.BRADY
V.TACHY
VPC RUN
COUPLET
EARLY VPC
MULTIFORM
BIGEMINY
FREQ.VPC
TACHYCARDIA
BRADYCARDIA
PROLONGED RR
FREQ.SVPC
NON-FUNCTION
NON-CAPTURE
PACE FAILURE
IRREGULAR RR
VPC
SVPC
RHYTHM CHG
NEW FORM
NEW NORMAL BEAT
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Parameter
SpO2
Message
Module Failure
Too Many Params
Connector Off
Probe Off
Probe Disconnect
Probe Broken
No Pulse
Light Interfer.
Pulse Search
Check Probe Site
M (Unstable Pulse)
Small Pulse
Check Label
Probe Off
Probe Broken
Hardware Control
Noise
Cal Start
Cal Complete
Parameter
RESP
Message
Module Failure
Too Many Params
Connector Off
Check Sensor
Check Label
Power Off
Resp Off
Parameter
NIBP
Message
Module Failure
Too Many Params
Connector Off
Safety Valve Open
No pulse
Meas Time Out
Check Cuff/Hose
Systolic Over
High Cuff Pressure
Re-measuring
Please Wait
Small Pulse
Zeroing
Noise
Check Sensor
Cannot Measure
Check Cuff/Hose
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Parameter
PRESS
Message
Module Failure
Too Many Params
Check Label
Connector Off
Check Sensor
Out of Range
Zero Imbalance
Zero Unstable
Zero Out of Range
Zeroing Complete
Noise
Parameter
Temp
Message
Module Failure
Too Many Params
Check Label
Connector Off
Check Sensor
Parameter
Message
Module Failure
Too Many Params
Check Label
Connector Off
Check Sensor
Line Block
CO2
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Parameter
FiO2
Message
Module Failure
Too Many Params
Check Label
Connector Off
Check Sensor
Sensor Run Down?
Cal?
Calibration Error
Calibrating
Parameter
FLOW
Message
Module Failure
Too Many Params
Check Label
Connector Off
Check Sensor
Change Sensor
Calibrating
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Parameter
SvO2
Message
Module Failure
Too Many Params
Check Label
OM2 Disconnected
Check OM2
OM2 Failure
Check OM2 Light
OM2 Error
Out of Range
Auto Zero
Calibration Error
Parameter
CCO
Message
Unit Failure
Too Many Params
Check Label
Connector Off
Check Catheter
Catheter Location
Meas Failure
Com Error
Alarm
Standby
Tb Out of Range
Unstable Tb
Signal Adapting
CO<1.0L/m
Parameter
ANES
Message
Unit Failure
Too Many Params
Check Label
Illegal Module
SAM Failure
Moisture Detected
Over Temp
SAM Not Installed
Com Error
GAS Liquefied
Check Sampl Line
Blocked Sampl Line
Install Aquaknot
Remove Aquaknot
Alarm
Check
Sensor Failure
O2 Sensor Failure
Calibrating(Zero)
Warming Up
DES??
Standby
Calibrating
Calibration Error
Apnea
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Parameter
tcPO2/tcPCO2
Message
Module Failure
Com Error
Alarm
ConnectorOff
Parameter
Message
Module Failure
Too Many Params
Check Label
Connector Off
Check Sensor
DSC Failure
Com Error
Alarm
Imp. Checking
High Impedance
Parameter
CNIBP
Message
Unit Failure
Connector Off
Check Sensor
Com Error
Pulse Search
Sensor Expired
Check
Out of Range
Parameter
EEG
Message
Module Failure
Too Many Params
Check Label
Connector Off
Check Sensor
Alarm
BIS
Parameter
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Message
Alarm
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Other
Trouble
SIGNAL LOSS
Possible Cause/Criteria
Weak electric field strength of a
wireless telemeter.
Action
Check the followings:
• Remaining charge of the transmitter
battery
• Transmitter antenna lead condition
• Distance between the multiple patient
receiver and transmitter
BATTERY
Weak transmitter battery
CALL
The CALL button on the
transmitter was pressed.
---
MONITOR OFF
The selected bedside monitor
power is OFF or is disconnected
from the network.
---
The multiple patient receiver for
the transmitter is disconnected
from the network.
---
The bed is discharged.
---
OFF
Replace the batteries with new ones.
SIGNAL LOSS, BATTERY and CALL are displayed only when receiving data from a transmitter.
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Messages From Central
Monitor
WS-971R Recorder Unit
Trouble
Possible Cause/Criteria
Action
RECORDER DOOR OPEN
The recorder unit door is not
closed completely.
Close the door completely.
RECORDER OUT OF PAPER
No recording paper in the recorder
unit.
Set recording paper in the recorder unit.
The recorder unit is disconnected.
Connect the recorder unit.
The recorder unit is turned OFF.
Turn the recorder unit power ON.
RECORDER POWER OFF OR
DISCONNECTED
If there is recording paper in the recorder
unit and the message still appears, the
paper detection sensor is malfunctioning.
Clean the sensor part in the recorder unit.
Laser Printer
Trouble
Possible Cause/Criteria
Action
Printer is OFF LINE
The laser printer is not registered.
Contact your Nihon Kohden distributor or
representative.
Printer is OUT OF PAPER
No paper in the laser printer.
Set paper in the printer. Refer to the printer
manual.
Job Error
Paper tray is open
Error in the printer.
The laser printer cover is not
closed completely.
Refer to the printer manual.
Close the cover completely.
Other
Trouble
Possible Cause/Criteria
OFF
The bed is discharged.
Temporary Discharge
The bed is temporarily discharged.
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Action
--To resume monitoring, touch “Resume” on
the Pause window of the Admit/Discharge
of the Personal Setup.
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Hard Disk Replacement Flow
When you order a new hard disk for replacement, the new hard disk has the OS
(Windows 2000) and central monitor system program installed at the factory.
Therefore, you do not have to install these. Replace the old hard disk with the new
one according to the following procedure.
1. Write down the following settings.
- IP address of the personal computer used as the central monitor main unit.
- The central monitor settings which are different from the factory default
settings.
- IP address of the network printer
2. Save the printer driver software on a storage media such as floppy disk or CDR if you use a printer which is not recommended by us.
3. Replace the old hard disk with the new one according to the “Replacing the
Hard Disk” in Section 4 “Disassembly and Assembly”.
4. Connect the display unit, keyboard, mouse and protection key to the central
monitor main unit. Refer to “Connection Diagram of Central Monitor” in
Section 1.
5. Turn on the peripheral units and main unit. The main unit automatically
recognizes the hardware components. The hardware information stored in the
new hard disk changes to the actual hardware information. The central
monitor system program automatically runs.
6. Shut down the central monitor according to the shutdown procedure in the
operator’s manual.
7. If a restart request dialog box appears on the screen, restart Windows 2000.
8. Check that there is no restart request dialog box on the screen. If the restart
request dialog box is still there, repeat the restart of Windows 2000 until the
restart request dialog box does not appear. The number of restart request
dialog box appearances depends on the hardware composition of the central
monitor.
9. Run the central monitor system program.
10. Set the IP address on the central monitor. Refer to “Setting the IP Address on
Each Instrument” in Section 8 “Network Settings”.
11. Connect the central monitor to the network. Refer to “Network and System”
installation guide. On the central monitor, check that each instrument is
connected to the network. Refer to “Checking the Network Connection on the
Central Monitor” in Section 8 “Network Settings”.
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12. Install the network printer drive into the central monitor under Windows 2000.
Refer to “Installing the Laser Printer (Network Printer)” in Section 8 “Network
Settings”.
13. Assign the central monitor name under Windows 2000 and assign the group
name under the central monitor system program if necessary. Refer to
“Assigning the Group Name and Bed Name” in Section 8 “Network Settings”.
14. If some settings which are different from the factory default settings are used,
change the corresponding default settings to the necessary settings at the
central monitor. Refer to “Changing Setting of System Setup, Patient Setting
and Setup” in Section 8 “Network Settings”.
How to Recover the BIOS Initial Settings
When the BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) settings are lost because the lithium
battery on the motherboard is completely discharged, the following message
appears on the screen at the beginning of the boot.
BIOS Checksum Error - Default loaded
To recover the BIOS initial settings, replace the lithium battery with a new one or
press the F1 key on the keyboard each time the message appears.
If there is an electric shock such as lightning, the BIOS setting can be lost. The
above message appears on the screen if the BIOS settings are lost. To recover the
BIOS initial settings, press the F1 key on the keyboard.
If the BIOS settings are lost for any other reasons, perform the following procedure
to recover the BIOS initial settings.
1. Connect a keyboard to the central monitor main unit.
2. Turn on the main unit. The self-check program runs.
3. Press the Delete key on the keyboard during the run of the self-check program.
The BIOS setting screen appears. If the BIOS setting screen does not appear,
turn off the main unit and remove the lithium battery from the motherboard.
Start this procedure from step 2.
4. Select “Load Setup Defaults”.
5. Select “Save & Exit Setup” to exit the BIOS setting screen.
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BIOS Default Setting (Vorax5000)
The BIOS setting may differ depending on the production lot.
Drive A
Drive B
VIDEO
HALT On
Current date and time
AUTO (Indicates the recognized hard
disk model)
AUTO (Indicates the recognized hard
disk model)
AUTO (IDE Secondary Master)
AUTO (Access mode)
AUTO (IDE Secondary Master)
AUTO (Access mode)
1.44 MB 3.5 inch
None
EGA/VGA
All Errors
Advanced BIOS Features
Virus Warning
CPU Internal Cache
External Cache
CPU L2 Cache ECC checking
Processor Number Feature
Quick POWER ON Self test
First Boot Device
Second Boot Device
Third Boot Device
Boot Other Device
Swap Floppy Disk
Boot Up Floppy Seek
Boot up NumLock Status
Typematic Rate Setting
Security Option
OS select for DRAM > 64MB
Show Logo On Screen
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
A:
C:
CDROM
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Off
Disabled
Setup
Non-OS2
Disabled
Advanced Chipset Features
SDRAM CAS Latency Time
SDRAM Cycle Time Tras/Trc
SDRAM RAS-to CAS Delay
SDRAM RAS Precharge Time
SM I/O Buffer Control
System BIOS Cashable
Video BIOS Cashable
Delayed Transaction
AGP MODE
3
7/9
3
3
Normal
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled
AUTO
Standard CMOS features
Date/Time
IDE Primary Master
IDE Primary Slave
IDE Secondary Master
IDE Secondary Slave
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Integrated Peripherals
On-Chip Primary PCI IDE
On-Chip Secondary PCI IDE
IDE Primary Master PIO
IDE Primary Slave PIO
IDE Secondary Master PIO
IDE Secondary Slave PIO
IDE Primary Master UDMA
IDE Primary Slave UDMA
IDE Secondary Master UDMA
IDE Secondary Slave UDMA
USB Controller
USB Keyboard support
Init Display First
AC97 Audio
OnBoard CNR LAN
IDE HDD Block Mode
POWER ON Function
OnBoard FDC Controller
OnBoard Serial Port 1
OnBoard Serial Port 2
UART Mode Select
Onboard Parallel Port
Parallel Port Mode
AC PWR Auto Recovery
Game Port Address
Midi Port Address
Midi Port IRQ
Enabled
Enabled
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Enabled
Disabled
PCI Slot
Auto
Enabled
Enabled
Button Only
Enabled
3F8/IRQ4
2F8/IRQ3
Normal
378/IRQ7
SPP
Former Status
201
330
5
Power Management Setup
ACPI Function
ACPI Suspend Type
Power Management
Video Off Method
Video Off In Suspend
Suspended Type
Modem Use IRQ
Suspend Mode
HDD Power Down
Soft Off by Power Button
Wake On PCI Card
Wake On Modem
Wake On LAN
Wake On RTC
Primary IDE 0
Primary IDE 1
Secondary IDE 0
Secondary IDE 1
FDD, COM, LPT Port
PCI PIRQ [A-D]#
Enabled
S1
User Define
V/H SYNC + Blank
Yes
CPU Sleep Mode
3
Disabled
Disabled
Instant Off
By OS
Disabled
Disabled
By OS
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
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PnP Configurations
Reset Configuration Data
Resources Controlled by
PCI/VGA Palette Snoop
Assign IRQ For VGA
Assign IRQ For USB
Disable
Auto (ESCD)
Disabled
Enable
Enable
PC Health Status
Shut down Temperature
Disabled
PASSWORD
-
None
BIOS Default Setting (Vorax5001)
The BIOS setting may differ depending on the production lot.
Standard CMOS features
Date/Time
IDE Primary Master
Drive A
Drive B
VIDEO
HALT On
Current date and time
AUTO (Indicates the recognized hard
disk model)
AUTO (Indicates the recognized hard
disk model)
AUTO (IDE secondary Master)
AUTO (Access mode)
AUTO (IDE Secondary slave)
AUTO (Access mode)
1.44 MB 3.5 inch
None
EGA/VGA
All Errors
Virus Warning
CPU L1 & L2 Cache
Quick POWER ON Self Test
First Boot Device
Second Boot Device
Third Boot Device
Boot Other Device
Swap Floppy Disk
Boot Up Floppy Seek
Boot up NumLock Status
Gate A20 Option
TypeMedia Rate Setting
Security Option
APIC Mode
Report No FDD for WIN 95
Show Logo On Screen
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
A:
C:
CDROM
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
ON
Normal
Disabled
Setup
Enabled
No
Disabled
IDE Primary Slave
IDE Secondary Master
IDE Secondary Slave
Advanced BIOS Features
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Advanced Chipset Features
Dram Read Thermal Mgmt
System BIOS Cacheable
Video BIOS Cacheable
Video RAM Cacheable
Memory Hole At 15M-16M
Delayed Transaction
CPU Auto Throttling Delay
AGP Aperture Size (MB)
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled
16Min
64
Integrated Peripherals
On-Chip Primary PCI IDE
IDE Primary Master PIO
IDE Primary Slave PIO
IDE Primary Master UDMA
IDE Primary Slave UDMA
On-Chip Secondary PCI IDE
IDE Secondary Master PIO
IDE Secondary Slave PIO
IDE Secondary Master UDMA
IDE Secondary Slave UDMA
USB Controller
USB Keyboard support
USB Mouse Support
AC97 AUDIO
AC97 MODEM
Init Display First
OnBoard LAN Conroller
IDE HDD Block Mode
POWER ON Function
Onboard FDC Controller
Onboard Serial Port 1
Onboard Serial Port 2
UART Mode Select
Onboard Parallel Port
Parallel Port Mode
PWRON After PWR-fail
Game Port Address
Midi Port Address
Midi port IRQ
Case Opened Warning
Enabled
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Enabled
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Auto
Auto
PCI Slot
Enabled
Enabled
Button Only
Enabled
3F8/IRQ4
2F8/IRQ3
Normal
378/IRQ7
SPP
Former-sts
201
330
10
Disabled
Power Management Setup
ACPI Suspend Type
Power Management
Video Off Method
Video Off In Suspend
Suspended Type
Modem Use IRQ
Suspend mode
HDD Power Down
Soft-Off by PWR-BTTN
Wake-Up By PCI Card
Power On By Ring
Resume By Alarm
Primary IDE 0
Primary IDE 1
Secondary IDE 0
Secondary IDE 1
FDD, COM, LPT Port
PCI PIRQ [A-D]
S1 (POS)
User Define
V/H SYNC + Blank
Yes
Stop Grant
3
Disabled
Disabled
Instant-Off
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
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PnP/PCI Configuration
Reset Configuration Data
Resources Controlled By
PCI/VGA Palette Snoop
Disabled
Auto (ESCD)
Disabled
PC Health Status
Shutdown Temperature
Disabled
CPU/PCI Clock Control
Spread Spectrum
Fixed AGP/PCI Freq.
CPU Clock
Memory Frequency For
DRAM Timing Selectable
CAS Latency Time
Active to Precharge Delay
DRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay
DRAM RAS# Precharge
Disabled
Disabled
133
Auto
Manual
2.5
6
3
3
PASSWORD
-
None
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Section 3 Board/Unit Description
Power Supply Unit (by NIPRON) ......................................................................................... 3.1
Motherboard (by A-OPEN) ................................................................................................... 3.1
CPU (1 GHz Pentium 3 or 2.4 GHz Pentium 4) Box ............................................................ 3.1
256 MB Memory DIMM S-DRAM or DDR266 ...................................................................... 3.2
40 GB Hard Disk (by IBM) ................................................................................................... 3.2
CD-ROM Drive (by SAMSUNG) .......................................................................................... 3.2
Graphic Board RADEON 32 or RADEON 7000 (by ATI) ....................................................... 3.2
PC Chassis IW-V500 or IW-V500G ...................................................................................... 3.3
Fan for Chassis ................................................................................................................... 3.3
Mouse ................................................................................................................................. 3.3
RS232C Interface Board CYBER SERIAL ........................................................................... 3.3
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Power Supply Unit (by NIPRON)
The power supply unit accepts AC line voltages of 100 to 240 V AC. The fan in the
power supply unit automatically changes the rotation speed according to the
temperature of the power supply unit.
Motherboard (by A-OPEN)
The motherboard has the following functions.
CPU socket for the CPU (1 GHz Pentium 3 or 2.4 GHz Pentium 4) chip
Floppy disk drive interface
ATA/66M interface for hard disk drive
Ethernet interface
Sound drive circuit
RS232C serial data interface (2 ports provided)
Parallel data interface
PCI bus (3 PCI sockets provided)
AGP bus (Not used)
Game control interface (Not used)
USB interface (Not used)
Since each component on the motherboard is individually checked in the aging
test at the manufacturer, the motherboard has higher reliability than the
commercially available same model.
CPU (1 GHz Pentium 3 or 2.4 GHz Pentium 4) Box
This box consists of the CPU chip and fan for the CPU.
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256 MB Memory DIMM S-DRAM or DDR266
One chip 256 MB memory for working area is used. In future, a compatible
memory which has more working area may be used.
40 GB Hard Disk (by IBM)
An IBM hard disk with IDE interface is used. A compatible hard disk which has
more data storage may replace the current hard disk in future.
CD-ROM Drive (by SAMSUNG)
A CD-ROM drive with IDE interface is used.
Graphic Board RADEON 32 or RADEON 7000 (by ATI)
The graphic board has a PCI interface. Two same graphic boards are installed in
the main unit so that they allow you to use the two displays in dual mode.
If one of the two boards has a failure, the other board can be used for the display
unit of the central monitor. To use the board, assign the board as “1” in screen
properties in Windows 2000. Only the RADEON 32 (for Vorax5000) and RADEON
7000 (for Vorax5001) graphic boards are compatible because the CNS system
program was designed for these graphic boards only.
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PC Chassis IW-V500 or IW-V500G
The front panel, right and left side panels and top cover are included in the chassis.
Note that the labels on these panels are not included in the chassis.
Fan for Chassis
A silent type fan is used. The size is 80 mm square. The current fan may be
replaced with a compatible one in future.
Mouse
A Microsoft PS-2 mouse is used. If you use a third party mouse of lower quality, the
mouse may cause a problem. Therefore, use the recommended mouse.
RS232C Interface Board CYBER SERIAL
There are two serial data communication ports on the board. The board has a PCI
interface and is used for the serial data communication with the touch screen. If
this board or touch screen has a failure, you can work the central monitor using the
mouse and keyboard without the touch screen function.
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Section 4 Disassembly and Assembly
Before You Begin ................................................................................................................. 4.1
Warnings and Caution ................................................................................................ 4.1
Required Tools ........................................................................................................... 4.1
Disassembling the Main Unit ............................................................................................... 4.2
Replacing the Motherboard ........................................................................................ 4.2
Replacing the Lithium Battery on the Motherboard .................................................. 4.10
Replacing the CPU .................................................................................................. 4.10
Replacing the Internal Memory ................................................................................ 4.10
Replacing the Hard Disk .......................................................................................... 4.11
Replacing the Graphic Board ................................................................................... 4.11
Replacing the Fans .................................................................................................. 4.11
Replacing the Floppy Disk Drive ............................................................................. 4.12
Replacing the Power Supply Unit ............................................................................ 4.12
Replacing the CD Drive ........................................................................................... 4.12
Disassembling the Optional VL-971R Display Unit ............................................................ 4.13
Replacing the LCD Assembly .................................................................................. 4.13
Removing the Display Unit Chassis ........................................................................ 4.15
Replacing the Touch Screen .................................................................................... 4.19
Disassembling the Optional WS-971R Recorder Unit ......................................................... 4.20
Removing the Recorder Sub Assy .......................................................................... 4.20
Removing the AC Inlet Socket ................................................................................ 4.21
Removing the RS232C Interface Board ................................................................... 4.22
Removing the Power Supply Unit ............................................................................ 4.22
Removing the Front Panel ....................................................................................... 4.22
Replacing the LED .................................................................................................. 4.23
Replacing the Platen Roller/Bushings/Gear ............................................................. 4.24
Cleaning the Thermal Array Head/Paper Sensor ...................................................... 4.25
Operation Check after Assembling the Recorder Unit ............................................. 4.25
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4. DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY
The procedures in this section tell how to remove, replace and install the major
components in the instrument.
Before You Begin
Removing, replacing and installing the major components should be done by
qualified service personnel.
Warnings and Caution
WARNING
• To avoid the possibility of injury to yourself or damage to the
instrument, do not install or remove any component or change the
internal switch settings while the power is on. After the power is off,
wait a few minutes before disassembling the instrument.
• To avoid accidental discharge of static electricity, which could
damage the instrument components, use a wrist ground strap when
installing or removing any component.
CAUTION
Fuses cut off the power when an abnormality occurs in the instrument.
Eliminate the malfunction before replacing the fuse. Use the correct
fuse only. The fuse rating is shown on the holder.
Required Tools
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Anti-static bench mat
Anti-static wrist strap
Flat-blade screwdriver (insulated type)
Phillips screwdriver (insulated type)
Allen wrench or hexagon keys
Hex socket driver
Tweezers
Nippers
Cable tie
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Disassembling the Main Unit
Before performing the following procedure, shut down the main unit according to the
operator’s manual and disconnect the power cord from the main unit.
Replacing the Motherboard
1.
<Vorax5000>
Remove the 2 screws which secure the side panel to the main unit. Remove the
side panel from the main unit.
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<Vorax5001>
Remove the 2 screws which secure the side panel to the main unit.
Release the 2 hooks which secure the side panel to the main unit by pulling the
hooks outward, as shown by the arrows in the following figure. Remove the side
panel from the main unit.
-240
NOTE in Assembling the Main Unit
To attach the side panel to the main unit, put the lower edge of the side
panel into the guide rail of the main unit chassis.
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2.
Remove the 3 screws which secure the 2 graphic boards and serial interface board
to the chassis. Remove the 3 boards from the main unit.
3.
Remove the screw which secures the disk case to the chassis as shown below.
4.
Disconnect the flat cable between the hard disk and motherboard. At the
motherboard, disconnect the floppy disk drive flat cable.
CAUTION
If disconnecting the flat cable at the floppy disk drive, note the flat
cable connector direction because the connector has no mechanism to
prevent wrong connection.
If you forget the connector direction, align the pink line of the flat cable
and the pin No. 1 of the socket.
NOTE in Assembling the Main Unit
Connect the blue connector of the hard disk flat cable to the IDE1
socket on the motherboard.
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5.
Disconnect each power supply cable from the hard disk and floppy disk drive.
6.
Remove the disk case from the main unit by pulling the hook of the disk case and
sliding the hook rearward as shown below.
NOTE in Assembling the Main Unit
To attach the disk case to the main unit, continue pulling the hook and
slide it in the hole of the chassis frontward until the hook clicks.
7.
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Disconnect the power supply cable from the motherboard.
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8.
Power switch
Reset switch
Power LED
Black White White
Disconnect the connection cable from the front panel which has the power switch,
power indicator, hard disk operation indicator and reset switch.
Green
Orange White
White Red
Hard disk operation LED
9.
Disconnect the following cables from the motherboard.
- CD-IN cable which connects to the CD drive.
- FAN1 cable which connects to the fan on the rear panel.
- COM2 black cable which connects to the RECORDER socket (COM2 port)
on the rear panel.
CD-IN
COM2
DIMM1
FAN1
NOTE in Assembling the Main Unit
To connect a flat cable to the motherboard, align the pink line of the
flat cable and the pin No. 1 of the socket.
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10. Remove the 6 screws which secure the motherboard to the chassis. Remove the
motherboard from the main unit.
NOTE in Assembling the Main Unit
To attach the motherboard to the main unit, tighten the 6 screws while
pushing the motherboard to the rear panel until the 6 holes of the
motherboard match the screw holes of the chassis.
11. Depress the white hooks which fasten the DIMM board to the socket. Remove the
DIMM board from the motherboard.
Hook
Hook
NOTE in Assembling the Main Unit
To attach the DIMM board to the motherboard, insert the DIMM board
into the DIMM1 socket on the motherboard. Latch the DIMM board with
the hooks.
<Vorax5000> When the main unit is Vorax5001, go to step 12 of <Vorax5001>.
12. Disconnect the brown connector of the CPU fan cable from the motherboard.
CPU fan
13. Release the 4 hooks of the CPU fan as shown below by inserting a small flatblade screwdriver between the longer hook of the CPU fan and heat sink. Remove
the CPU fan from the motherboard.
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NOTE in Assembling the Main Unit
To attach the CPU fan to the motherboard, latch the 2 short hooks of the
CPU fan on the heat sink and press the other 2 long hooks of the CPU fan
to the heat sink.
Long hook
Short hook
Short hook
Long hook
14. Pull up the green lever for fastening the heat sink. Insert a small flat-blade
screwdriver between hook 2 of the green lever and the CPU socket and release the
hook by rotating the screwdriver. Remove the heat sink from the motherboard.
Green lever for fastening the heat sink
Hook 2
Heat sink
Small flat-blade screwdriver
NOTE in Assembling the Main Unit
To attach the heat sink to the CPU socket lever, put the heat sink on the
CPU and latch the hook 1 on the heat sink and press the hook 2 on the
heat sink until the hook 2 clicks, or put the heat sink on the CPU and
latch the hooks 1 and 2 on the CPU socket. Put the green lever back to
the original position.
Green lever
Hook 2
Hook 1
Heat sink
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15. Pull the lever of the CPU socket upward and remove the CPU from the
motherboard.
NOTE in Assembling the Main Unit
To attach the CPU to a new motherboard, check the correct direction of
the CPU as shown below.
16. Replace the motherboard with a new one. Check that the new motherboard has
the same jumper settings as the old one as shown below. Assemble the main unit
by reversing the above procedure. Turn on the main unit and check the operation
using the display unit connected to the main unit.
JP14: Short-circuit between pins 1 and 2
JP23: Short-circuit between pins 1 and 2
JP28: Short-circuit between pins 1 and 2
JP29: Short-circuit between pins 1 and 2
<Vorax5001>
12. Disconnect the CPU fan cable from the motherboard.
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13. Release the 4 hooks of the CPU fan by pulling the 2 levers near the CPU fan
upward. Remove the CPU fan and heat sink from the motherboard.
Lever
Lever
NOTE in Assembling the Main Unit
To attach the CPU fan to the motherboard, check the following.
- Appropriate volume of silicone grease is on the bottom of the
heat sink which faces the top of the CPU.
- The 2 levers near the CPU fan are pulled upward.
Latch the 4 hooks of the CPU fan on each catch of the lower housing
for the CPU fan and heat sink, and put the 2 levers back to the original
position.
Lever of the CPU socket
14. Pull the lever of the CPU socket upward as shown below and remove the CPU
from the motherboard.
Catches
NOTE in Assembling the Main Unit
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-
To attach the CPU to a new motherboard, check the correct
direction of the CPU and check that the lever of the CPU socket
is pulled upward.
After checking that the CPU is correctly inserted into the CPU
socket, put the lever back to the original position.
15. Replace the motherboard with a new one. Check that the new motherboard has
the same jumper settings as the old one. Assemble the main unit by reversing the
above procedure. Turn on the main unit and check the operation using the display
unit connected to the main unit.
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Replacing the Lithium
Battery on the
Motherboard
After removing the motherboard from the main unit according to the “Replacing
the Motherboard” section, replace the lithium battery with a new one.
CR-2032 Lithium Battery (3 V): 372321A
This battery allows the memory for the BIOS setting to keep the setting data and
allows the real time clock IC to update the date and time while the main unit is
turned off.
If the battery is used up and the main unit is completely turned off with the main
power switch set to off or with the power cord disconnected, the BIOS setting data
in the memory is lost and the date and time are reset to the initial condition. To
recover the BIOS initial setting data, refer to “How to Recover the BIOS Initial
Setting” in Section 2.
Replacing the CPU
After removing the motherboard from the main unit according to the “Replacing
the Motherboard” section, replace the CPU with a new one. Refer to <Vorax5000>
steps 12 to 15 or <Vorax5001> steps 12 to 14 of the “Replacing the Motherboard”
section.
Replacing the Internal
Memory
After removing the motherboard from the main unit according to the “Replacing
the Motherboard” section, replace the internal memory with a new one. Refer to
step 11 of the “Replacing the Motherboard” section.
About the internal memory of the Vorax5001 main unit, the following procedure is
required after the replacement.
1. Put the motherboard back to the original position and check that the main
power switch on the rear panel of the main unit is set to off and the power
supply cable is not connected to the motherboard.
2. Remove the JP14 jumper attached to pins 1 and 2 on the motherboard.
Motherboard for Vorax5001
I/O ports
CPU
1
2
3
NORMAL
1
2
3
CLEAR
3. Attach the JP14 jumper to pins 2 and 3 on the motherboard. Wait approx. 30
seconds to initialize the BIOS settings.
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4. Put the JP14 jumper back to the original position (pins 1 and 2). Connect the
power supply cable to the motherboard and assemble the main unit.
5. Turn on the main unit and display unit. The self-check program runs. Press the
Delete key on the keyboard while the self-check program is running. The BIOS
setting screen appears.
6. Set the BIOS settings according to the “BIOS Default Setting (Vorax5001)” list
in “How to Recover the BIOS Initial Settings” in Section 2 “Troubleshooting”.
Replacing the Hard Disk
Before disassembling the main unit to replace the hard disk with a new one,
perform the procedure described in “Hard Disk Replacement Flow” in Section 2.
1.
After removing the disk case from the main unit according to the “Replacing
the Motherboard” steps 1 to 6, remove the 4 screws which secure the hard disk
to the disk case. Replace the hard disk with a new one.
2.
Check that the jumper setting of the new hard disk is shown below. This setting
which shows “Device0 (Master) in the IBM hard disk IC35L040AVER07 is
the factory default setting. Windows2000 and CNS system software are
installed in the hard disk at the factory.
3. Assemble the main unit by reversing the above procedure.
Replacing the Graphic
Board
Replace the graphic board with a new one. Refer to “Replacing the Motheboard
steps 1 and 2.
Note that you can use another graphic board to temporarily solve the display
problem until the new board arrives because there are two of the same graphic
boards in the main unit.
Replacing the Fans
There are five fans in the main unit.
- Fan attached on the rear panel
Remove the 2 screws which secure the fan to the rear panel and replace the fan
with a new one.
- Fan attached inside the power supply unit
The fan in the power supply unit is not replaceable. A fan failure requires
replacement of the power supply unit. Refer to “Replacing the Power Supply
Unit” section.
- Fan attached to the CPU on the motherboard
Replace the fan with a new one according to “Replacing the Motherboard”.
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- Fan attached to the video IC on the graphic board
Remove the graphic board from the main unit according to “Replacing the
Motherboard” steps 1 to 2. Remove the screw which secures the fan to the heat
sink for video IC and replace the fan with a new one.
Replacing the Floppy Disk
Drive
Remove the screw which secures the drive to the disk case and replace the the drive
with a new one. When attaching the disk case to the chassis after the replacement,
match the drive opening and front panel opening.
NOTE in Assembling the Main Unit
To mount the floppy disk drive to the disk case, use hole No. 3 of the
disk case.
Replacing the Power
Supply Unit
1. Remove the 5 screws which secure the both side panels and top panel to the
chassis. Remove the both side panels and top panel from the main unit.
2. Disconnect all the power supply cables from the power supply unit. When
assembling the main unit after replacing the power supply unit, refer to the
“Replacing the Motherboard” section.
3. Remove the 3 screws which secure the power supply unit to the rear panel and
replace the power supply unit with a new one. Assemble the main unit by
reversing the above procedure.
Replacing the CD Drive
1. Remove the 4 screws which secure both side panels to the chassis. Remove
both side panels from the main unit.
2. Disconnect the following 3 cables from the CD drive.
- Hard disk flat cable (for IDE connection) connected to the motherboard
- Power supply cable (4 wires) connected to the power supply unit
- CD-audio cable (3 wires) connected to the motherboard
3. Remove the 4 screws which secure the CD drive to the chassis and replace the
CD drive with a new one. Assemble the main unit by reversing the above
procedure.
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Disassembling the Optional VL-971R Display Unit
To disassemble the display unit, the following tools are necessary.
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Replacing the LCD Assembly
Phillips screwdriver for 3 mm in dia. screw
Phillips screwdriver for 4 mm in dia. screw
Hex socket driver for 1/4 inch (6.2 mm) nut
1. Put the display unit face down on a table. The table must be covered with a
clean, soft and smooth cloth to avoid damaging or making the screen dirty.
2. Remove the 12 screws (3 mm in dia.) which secure the rear cover to the front
cover.
3. Turn the display unit face up on the table. Carefully separate the front cover
from the display unit with the touch screen flat cable connected to the display
unit.
CAUTION
If a stress is given to the touch screen flat cable, the flat cable can be
easily damaged. If the flat cable is damaged, the touch screen must be
replaced with a new one.
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4. Remove the 12 nuts which secure the LCD assembly to the display unit
chassis.
5. Slightly pull the LCD assembly upward and disconnect the digital RGB flat
cable and power supply cable at the LCD assembly. Remove the LCD
assembly from the display unit. The LCD assembly contains the LCD,
backlight lamp and inverter for backlight lamp. These parts cannot be replaced
individually. The entire LCD assembly is the minimum replaceable unit.
Digital RGB
cable
Power supply
cable
Digital RGB
input socket
Digital RGB
cable tie
Power supply
input socket
NOTE in Assembling the Display Unit
To connect the digital RGB flat cable to the LCD assembly, align the pink
line of the flat cable and pin No. 1 of the socket on the LCD assembly.
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Removing the Display Unit
Chassis
6. Remove the 4 screws (3 mm in dia.) and 6 screws (4 mm in dia.) which secure
the chassis to the rear cover.
Refer to the following
CAUTION.
Lower edge of
the chassis
CAUTION
If the display unit has a separate wire from the power supply cable for
the inverter, cut the wire to separate the chassis from the rear cover.
When assembling the display unit, solder the cut wire together.
7. Pull the lower edge of the chassis upward until you can disconnect the cables
from the boards on the chassis backside. Disconnect all cables from the boards
and remove the chassis from the display unit.
Chassis
LCD control board inside
Touch screen control board
Audio board
<Backside of chassis>
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The following picture shows the cables which must be connected to the corresponding
boards or assembly when you assemble the display unit. Refer to the cable list and
partial connection diagram as shown below.
E
C
Index
A
A'
B
C
D
D
A’
A
B
G
H
I
J
Signal
RS-232C
RS-232C
Analog RGB
Supply voltages
Supply voltages and
sound signals
Supply voltages for inverter
Supply voltages for touch
screen control board
Left audio signal
Right audio signal
Digital RGB
Key status signals
2 wires
2 wires
30 wires
5 wires
K
Touch screen signals
Flat cable, 5 wires
E
F
Cable
Flat cable, 4 wires
Flat cable, 10 wires
Flat cable, 16 wires
4 wires
3 wires for power supply
4 wires for sound signals
? wires
4 wires to 2 wires
Board/assembly to be connected
LCD control board
Touch screen control board
LCD control board
LCD control board
Audio board
LCD assembly
From LCD control board to touch
screen control board
From audio board to speaker (left)
From audio board to speaker (right)
LCD control board
From key switch assembly to LCD
control board
Touch screen control board
5 pins
4 pins
From key switch
assembly
J
5 pins
4 pins
5 pins
2 pins
To LCD assembly
I
4 pins
30 pins
LCD control board
A
6 pins
4 pins
16 pins
To speaker L
B
F
C
To speaker R
From main unit
Ground terminal*
G
H
From main unit
A'
2 pins
10 pins
5 pins
2 pins each
Audio board
3 pins
Touch screen
control board
K
From main unit
To touch screen
*Must be attached to the heat sink on the LCD control board
with the screw for the heat sink.
D
D
From main unit
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CAUTION in Assembling the Display Unit
Check that the following three things are performed when assembling
the display unit.
Touch screen flat cable
To connect the touch screen flat cable to the touch screen control board,
align the red line of the flat cable and the pin No. 1 of the socket on the
board.
Pin No.1
Connection cable between the LCD control board and key switch
assembly on the rear cover
To connect the connection cable to the LCD control board, pass the
connection cable through the shield case and connect the cable to the
board as shown below.
-
Shield case
(LCD control board is in this case)
Connects to the key switch assembly
To connect the connection cable to the cable of the key switch assembly,
align the connectors’ pin No. 1 which is printed on the connectors. After
connecting the connectors, cover the connectors with a heat shrink tube
or insulation tape.
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Ground wire from the base
A ground wire (green/yellow) which comes from the base must be
connected to the chassis with the screw (4 mm in dia.) as shown below.
Ground wire
8. Replace the boards or speakers if necessary. Refer to the following connection
diagram.
9. Assemble the display unit by reversing the above procedure.
9) Speaker
4) Audio board
9) Speaker
SOUND
socket
3) LCD control board
16) Power supply cable
1) LCD assembly
(LCD, backlight lamp and
inverter for backlight lamp
included.)
2) Touch
screen
15) Touch screen
control board
11) Connection cable
10) Digital RGB cable
17) Serial data cable
20) Key switch assembly
on the rear cover
19) Power switch
TOUCHSCREEN
socket
DC IN socket
12 V DC output
13) Power supply cable
VIDEO socket
18) Analog RGB
12) AC adapter
(100 V to 240 V AC)
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Replacing the Touch
Screen
When replacing the touch screen with a new one, the following parts should also be
replaced with new ones.
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Front cover: 1 pc.
Plastic bracket for positioning of touch screen: 4 pcs.
1. Glue the 4 plastic brackets on the front cover to properly position the touch
screen on the front cover.
2. Attach the touch screen to the front cover with two-sided tape* so that the
touch screen is surrounded by the 4 brackets as shown below.
*3M™ Double Coated Urethane Foam Tape 4052 is recommended.
3. Put the assembled front cover back to the original position. Refer to
“Replacing the LCD Assembly” steps 1 to 3.
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Disassembling the Optional WS-971R Recorder Unit
Removing the Recorder
Sub Assy
1. Remove the 4 screws which secure the rubber feet to the bottom of the recorder
unit.
2. Hold the front panel and slide the enclosure backward. Remove the enclosure
from the recorder unit. The inner block appears.
3. Open the paper magazine with the paper magazine release lever. There are 2
screws which secure the recorder sub assy to the recorder chassis through the
bracket. Remove the 2 screws and remove the bracket from the recorder unit.
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4. Pull the recorder sub assy toward you until you can see 2 screws at the bottom
of the recorder sub assy.
5. Remove the 2 screws which secure the paper tray to the recorder sub assy and
remove the paper tray from the recorder sub assy.
6. Disconnect the flat cable between the recorder sub assy and RS232C interface
board. Remove the recorder sub assy from the recorder unit.
Removing the AC Inlet
Socket
1. Remove the enclosure from the recorder unit according to the “Removing the
Recorder Sub Assy” steps 1 to 2.
2. Remove the insulation cover from the AC inlet socket.
3. Insert a small flat-blade screwdrivers into the AC inlet socket upper clearance
to release the upper latch of the AC inlet socket.
4. Insert a small flat-blade screwdrivers into the AC inlet socket lower clearance
to release the lower latch of the AC inlet socket. Remove the AC inlet socket
from the recorder unit.
Upper latch
Lower latch
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Removing the RS232C
Interface Board
1. Remove the AC inlet socket from the recorder unit according to the “Removing
the AC Inlet Socket”.
2. Remove the screw which secures the RS232C interface board to the recorder
chassis.
3. Remove the board from the recorder unit.
Removing the Power
Supply Unit
1. Remove the AC inlet socket from the recorder unit according to the “Removing
the AC Inlet Socket”.
2. Remove the screw which secures the power supply unit to the recorder chassis.
3. Remove the power supply unit from the recorder unit.
Removing the Front Panel
1. Remove the recorder sub assy from the recorder unit according to the
“Removing the Recorder Sub Assy”.
2. Remove the 2 screws which secure the front panel to the recorder chassis.
3. Remove the front panel from the recorder unit.
Screw
Screw
NOTE
When the front panel is replaced with a new one, the Nihon Kohden model
number label also must be replaced with a new one.
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Replacing the LED
1. Remove the enclosure from the recorder unit according to the “Removing the
Recorder Sub Assy” steps 1 to 2.
2. Peel off the LED cover sheet on the upper part of the front panel.
3. Push the LED inward through the hole of the front panel and pull the LED
rearward.
4. Cut the middle of the LED lead wire soldered to the RS232C interface board.
5. Replace the LED with a new one. Solder the LED lead wire to the remaining
lead wire connected to the RS232C interface board. Cover the soldered point
with insulated tape.
6. Assemble the recorder unit by reversing the above procedure, steps 3 to 1.
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Replacing the Platen
Roller/Bushings/Gear
1. Open the paper magazine with the paper magazine release lever. The paper
guide and assembly of the roller, bushings and gear are in the recorder sub
assy.
2. Pull both edges of the roller guide outward as shown below and remove the
paper guide from the recorder sub assy.
Paper guide
3. Insert a small flat-blade screwdriver into the space between the gear and
frame of the paper magazine as shown below. Pry up the assembly of the
roller, bushings and gear with the screwdriver until the assembly pops out.
4. Remove the roller, bushings and gear from the assembly. Replace the roller,
bushings or gear with a new one and assemble the recorder unit by reversing
the above procedure.
Platen roller
Gear
Bushings
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Cleaning the Thermal
Array Head/Paper Sensor
1. Open the paper magazine with the paper magazine release lever. The thermal
array head and paper empty sensor are in the recorder sub assy.
Thermal array head
Paper sensor
2. Clean the head and sensor with a cotton swab moistened with alcohol.
CAUTION
Since there is no adjustment which you can do, cleaning the thermal
array head or paper sensor is the only thing you can do if the head or
sensor has a problem.
Operation Check after
Assembling the Recorder
Unit
No.
1
2
3
4
5
Check the recorder operation after assembling the recorder unit according to the
following check list.
Operation check
Check that the POWER lamp LED is lit when you turn on the recorder unit.
Check that the recording functions are available at the central monitor connected to the recorder unit.
Check that there is no paper skewing when the paper comes out.
Check that there is no uneven record density on the paper.
Check that the CHECK RECORDER lamp LED is lit when disconnecting the cable between the
recorder unit and central monitor.
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OK, NG
OK, NG
OK, NG
OK, NG
OK, NG
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Section 5 Maintenance
To Be Replaced Periodically ................................................................................................ 5.1
Maintenance Check Items and Schedule ............................................................................ 5.1
External and Connection ........................................................................................... 5.2
Display ...................................................................................................................... 5.2
Sound ........................................................................................................................ 5.2
Operation .................................................................................................................. 5.3
Data Storage ............................................................................................................. 5.3
Network Communication ............................................................................................ 5.4
Recorder .................................................................................................................... 5.4
Laser Printer ............................................................................................................. 5.4
UPS .......................................................................................................................... 5.5
Safety ....................................................................................................................... 5.5
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To Be Replaced Periodically
We recommend the periodic replacement of the following components according
to the expected life span.
NK Code No.
Description
Hard disk
Expected Life Span
Every 2 years (or 20,000 working
hours if the working time is
managed). If a defective sector is
found on the hard disk within the
one year, immediately replace it
with a new hard disk.
Fan for chassis
Every 2 years (or 20,000 working
hours if the working time is
managed).
677402*
636509**
636545
* Only for MU-971RA main unit of Vorax5001
** For others
Maintenance Check Items and Schedule
Perform this maintenance check once every six months.
A maintenance check sheet is provided at the end of this section. Make a copy of
this check sheet before using it.
The check items are grouped as follows:
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Display
Sound
Operation
Data Storage
Network Communication
Recorder
Laser Printer
UPS
Safety
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External and Connection
Item
Check
Countermeasure against negative result
Dust on the fans
Check that there is no dust at the fan on the
rear of the main unit and in the power supply
unit.
If the fans get dusty, remove the dust not only
from the fans but also from the inside of the
main unit.
Crack or damage
Check that there is no crack and damage on
each unit and peripheral accessories.
If there is a crack or damage, replace the
cracked or damaged part with a new one.
Damaged switch or
switch cover
Check that there is no physically damaged
switch and switch cover.
If any switch or switch cover is damaged,
replace it with a new one.
Protection key
connection
Check that the protection key is firmly
connected to the main unit through the
connection cable.
If there is poor contact between the protection
key and cable or between the cable and main
unit, disconnect and firmly re-connect them.
Overall connection
Check that each connection of the main unit,
mouse, keyboard, display unit and recorder
unit is tight.
If the connection of the mouse or keyboard is
loose or disconnected from the main unit, turn
off the main unit according to the shut down
procedure described in the operator's manual
and firmly connect the mouse and keyboard to
the main unit. Otherwise, there can be a damage
on the main unit, mouse or keyboard by
connecting them again while the power is turned
on.
Power lamp
Check that the power lamp on the front panel
is lit when turning on the main unit.
If the power lamp does not light, remove the
cause.
Display
Item
Check
Countermeasure against negative result
Screen position
Check that the upper, lower, right and left
edges of the screen meet the corresponding
edges of the display area.
If the display position of the screen is not
acceptable and the VL-971R display unit is used,
perform the automatic adjustment. Refer to
Section 6 "Adjustment".
First screen after
power-on
Check that the All Bed screen appears when
the main unit is turned on.
Remove the cause if the All Bed screen does not
appear.
Sound
Item
Check
Countermeasure against negative result
QRS and alarm
sounds
Check that the QRS sound and alarm sound
volume can be adjusted on the System Setup
screen.
If not, remove the cause.
Click sound
Check that a click sound is generated from
the main unit when touching a key on the
touch screen.
If not, remove the cause.
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Operation
Item
Check
Countermeasure against negative result
Mouse
Check that the mouse operation is normal.
If not, remove the cause.
Keyboard
Check that the keyboard operation is normal.
If not, remove the cause.
Touch screen
Check that the touch screen operation is
normal.
If not, remove the cause.
Calibration of the
touch screen
Check that the touch screen can be calibrated.
Refer to "Calibrating the Touch Screen" in
Section 2 "Troubleshooting".
If the touch screen cannot be calibrated, remove
the cause. Refer to "Touch Screen Problem" in
Section 2 "Troubleshooting".
Dirt on the touch
screen
Check that the touch screen has no dirt.
If the touch screen gets oily, wipe it with a soft
cloth moistened with diluted neutral detergent.
Data Storage
Item
Trendgraph and
tabular data
Check
Check that the trendgraph and tabular data
from each bedside monitor are displayed on
the screen.
Countermeasure against negative result
Remove the cause if not.
Arrhythmia recall and Check that the arrhythmia recall and ST
ST recall data
recall data from each bedside monitor are
displayed on the screen.
Remove the cause if not.
Data storage with the When the optional program kit is installed
optional program
into the main unit, check that the additional
function works.
Remove the cause if the additional function
does not work.
For example, when the full disclosure
program or 12-lead ECG interpretation filing
program is installed, check that the
corresponding window is displayed on the
screen by touching the corresponding key on
the Menu screen. When the 12 or 16 patient
expansion program is installed, check that the
12 or 16 Patients key is added in the "Display
Setting" window on the System Setup screen
and the added key functions to display the 12
or 16 patients on the All Bed screen.
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Network Communication
Item
Communication
between the central
and bedside monitors
Check
Check that the monitored beds* which are
registered in the "Monitored Beds" window
on the System Setup screen are displayed on
the All Bed screen.
Countermeasure against negative result
Remove the cause if one of the monitored beds
is not displayed.
*The bedside monitors must be turned on.
Recorder
Item
Check
Countermeasure against negative result
Missing dots
Check that the waveform and numeric data
recorded on the paper have no missing dots.
If they have missing dots, remove the cause.
Refer to "Recorder Problem" in Section 2
"Troubleshooting".
Paper snaking
Check that the recording paper comes out
without snaking.
If the paper snakes, remove the cause.
Power lamp
Check that the power lamp is lit when turning
on the recorder.
If the lamp is not lit, remove the cause.
CHECK RECORDER
lamp
Check that the CHECK RECORDER lamp
lights when opening the paper magazine.
If the lamp does not light, remove the cause.
Laser Printer
Item
Check
Countermeasure against negative result
Print key function
Check that the trendgraph of a selected
patient is printed with the print key at the
bottom of the screen.
If the trendgraph is not printed, remove the
cause.
Paper jam
Check that there is no paper jam at the laser
printer.
If the laser printer has a paper jam, remove the
cause.
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UPS
Item
Check
Countermeasure against negative result
Connection to the
UPS
Check that the power cords of the main unit,
display unit and recorder unit are connected
to the UPS. Refer to "Connection Diagram"
in Section 1 "General".
Connect the main unit, display unit and recorder
unit to the UPS with each power cord.
Disconnection from
the UPS
Check that the laser printer is not connected
to the UPS.
Do not connect the laser printer to the UPS.
Output voltage from
the UPS
Check that the line voltage within the range
of ±10% is output from the UPS when the
UPS power cord is disconnected from the
mains voltage.
If the output is out of the range, remove the
cause. Refer to "Power Problem" in Section 2
"Troubleshooting".
Lifetime of the UPS
battery
Check that the UPS battery is not expired.
If the battery life time described in the UPS
operator's manual has expired, ask the user to
accept the battery replacement or replace the
battery with a new one.
Safety
Item
Check
Countermeasure against negative result
Protective earth
terminal
Check that the protective earth terminal of the
UPS is grounded.
Ground the protective earth terminal of the
UPS.
Earth leakage current
of the main unit (refer
to IEC 60950)
Check that the earth leakage current does not
exceed 3.5 mArms under normal condition.
Remove the cause if the earth leakage current
exceeds the maximum value.
Earth leakage current
of the VL-971R/RK
display unit (refer to
IEC 60601-1)
Check that the earth leakage current does not
exceed 0.5 mArms under normal condition
and 1.0 mArms under each single fault
condition.
Remove the cause if the earth leakage current
exceeds one of the maximum values.
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5. MAINTENANCE
Maintenance Check Sheet
(Refer to the Maintenance section of the service manual for details.)
Customer: ____________________________________ Customer Address: _________________________________
Service Personnel: _____________________________ Service Company: _________________________________
Instrument Name: ______________________________ Instrument Model: _________________________________
Instrument Serial Number: _______________________ Hardware Revision: ________________________________
Software Version: _________________________________
External and Connection
There is no dust at the fan on the rear of the main unit and in the power supply unit.
There is no crack and damage on each unit and peripheral accessories.
There is no physically damaged switch or switch cover.
The protection key is firmly connected to the main unit through the connection cable.
Each connection of the main unit, mouse, keyboard, display unit and recorder unit is tight.
The power lamp on the front panel lights when turning on the main unit.
Display
The upper, lower, right and left edges of the screen meet the corresponding edges of the display area.
The All Bed screen appears when the main unit is turned on.
Sound
The QRS sound and alarm sound volume can be adjusted on the System Setup screen.
A click sound is generated from the main unit when touching a key on the touch screen.
Operation
The mouse and keyboard operation is normal.
The touch screen operation is normal.
The touch screen is calibrated.
The touch screen has no dirt.
Data Storage
The trendgraph and tabular data from each bedside monitor are displayed on the screen.
The arrhythmia recall and ST recall data from each bedside monitor are displayed on the screen.
The additional function works when the optional program kit is installed in the main unit.
Network Communication
The monitored beds* which are registered in the “Monitored Beds” window on the System Setup screen are displayed on the
All Bed screen.
Recorder
The waveform and numeric data recorded on the paper have no missing dot.
The recording paper comes out without snaking.
The power lamp is lit when turning on the recorder.
The CHECK RECORDER lamp lights when opening the paper magazine.
Laser Printer
The trendgraph of a selected patient is printed with the print key at the bottom of the screen.
There is no paper jam at the laser printer.
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UPS
The power cords of the main unit, display unit and recorder unit are connected to the UPS
The laser printer is not connected to the UPS.
The line voltage within the range of ±10% is output from the UPS when the UPS power cord is disconnected from the mains
voltage.
The UPS battery is not expired.
Safety
The protective earth terminal of the UPS is grounded.
Earth leakage current of the main unit is less than prescribed limits.
Earth leakage current of the display unit is less than prescribed limits.
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Section 6 Adjustment
Adjusting the VL-971R Display Unit ..................................................................................... 6.1
Automatic Adjustment ............................................................................................... 6.1
Manual Adjustment ................................................................................................... 6.2
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6. ADJUSTMENT
Adjusting the VL-971R Display Unit
When a CRT display unit is used with a personal computer, adjustment of the CRT
display unit is not required. However, when an LCD display unit is used with a
personal computer, adjustment at the LCD display unit is usually required for clear
screen display.
Newer LCD display units have automatic screen adjustment which handles the
RGB output signals from most personal computers within an acceptable range. To
more clearly display the screen, the LCD display units also have manual screen
adjustment. The VL-971R display unit has both automatic and manual screen
adjustments.
This display unit accepts the analog RGB signals. The red, green and blue primary
color signals are individually input to the display unit. The combination of
primary colors makes the different colors as shown below.
Code
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Display Color
Blue
Red
Purple
Green
Light blue
Yellow
White
Combination of Primary Color(s)
Blue
Red
Blue and red
Green
Blue and green
Red and green
Blue, red and green
According to the above table, you can judge which primary color has something
wrong when a color problem occurs.
For example, if the display color which should be white is yellow, the blue color
signal has a problem. However, to specify which part, i.e. display unit, main unit or
cable between them, has a problem, you have to replace the unit or cable with a
known good compatible unit or cable one at a time.
Automatic Adjustment
When the screen display is not normal, do the following procedure so that the
screen display settings are automatically adjusted. Refer to “LCD Unit VL-971R/
RK” of the “Panel Descriptions” in Section 1.
1. Check that the RGB signals are input to the display unit.
2. Press the S (Video Source) button on the rear of the display unit. The
adjustment window appears on the screen.
3. Check that “Computer” is selected in the window and highlighted in yellow.
4. Press the Down/Left button twice. The screen display settings such as the
horizontal and vertical synchronization settings are automatically adjusted.
If the RGB signals are poor or the RGB output signals from the main unit are
not appropriate for the display unit, manual adjustment is also required.
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Manual Adjustment
After performing the automatic adjustment, perform the following procedure.
1. Check that the CNS system program is running.
2. Select “Horizontal Position” from the setting items.
3. Adjust the horizontal position so that the left edge of the screen meets the left
edge of the LCD display area.
4. Use a magnifying glass and check that there is no position difference between
the left edges.
5. Select “Horizontal Size” from the setting items.
6. Adjust the horizontal size so that the right edge of the screen meets the right
edge of the LCD display area.
7. Use a magnifying glass and check that there is no position difference between
the right edges.
8. Select “Focus” from the setting items.
9. Adjust the focus so that the entire screen is most clearly displayed. If the focus
setting is not optimal, the screen blurs.
10. Select “Color Temperature Menu” from the setting items and select each
primary color in the color temperature menu to adjust the color tone.
NOTE
When the primary color has something wrong, usually it is caused by a
failure of the display unit, main unit or cable between them. Solving the
problem with the color tone adjustment is rare.
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Section 7 Replaceable Parts List
MU-971RA/RJ/RK Main Unit (Vorax5000) ............................................................................ 7.2
MU-971RA/RJ/RK Main Unit (Vorax5001) ............................................................................ 7.4
VL-971R/RK Optional Display Unit ...................................................................................... 7.6
WS-971R Optional Recorder Unit ........................................................................................ 7.8
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7. REPLACEABLE PARTS LIST
When ordering parts or accessories from your nearest Nihon Kohden Corporation
distributor, please quote the NK code number and part name which are listed in
this service manual, and the name or model of the unit in which the required part
is located. This will help us to promptly attend to your needs. Always use Nihon
Kohden parts and accessories to assure maximum performance from your
instrument.
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7. REPLACEABLE PARTS LIST
MU-971RA/RJ/RK Main Unit (Vorax5000)
Index NK Parts Code
1
Description
635689
Power supply unit PCSA-300P-X2S
635698*
Motherboard MX3SP A-OPEN
372321A
Lithium battery CR-2032
3
633094
1 GHz CPU Pentium3 with fan and heat sink
4
636492
256 MB DIMM SDRAM
5
636483
3.5" 1.4 MB floppy disk drive
6
636509
40 GB IDE hard disk
7
636518
CD-ROM drive
636527**
Graphic board RADEON 32 ATI
644429
Fan for graphic board
9
638926
Serial interface board CYBER SERIAL
10
636536
PC chassis IW-V500
11
636545
Fan for chassis
12
660714
Fan for CPU Pentium3
2
8
* Lithium battery is included but CPU with fan and heat sink (Index No. 3)
and SDRAM (Index No. 4) are not included.
** Fan for graphic board is included.
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MU-971RA/RJ/RK Main Unit (Vorax5001)
Index NK Parts Code
1
Description
658691
Power supply unit PCSA-300P-X2V
658708*
Motherboard MX4BR-533 A-OPEN
372321A
Lithium battery CR-2032
3
658717A
2.4 GHz CPU Pentium IV with fan and heat sink
4
658726
256 MB DDR266 SDRAM
5
636483
3.5" 1.4 MB floppy disk drive
677402**
250 GB IDE hard disk
636509***
40 GB IDE hard disk
7
636518
CD-ROM drive
8
658735
Graphic board RADEON 7000 PCI
9
638926
Serial interface board CYBER SERIAL
10
658744
PC chassis IW-V500G
11
636545
Fan for chassis
12
669189
Fan for CPU Pentium IV
2
6
*
Lithium battery is included but CPU with fan and heatsink (Index
No. 3) and SDRAM (Index No. 4) are not included.
** Only for MU-970RA main unit of Vorax5001
*** For others
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VL-971R/RK Optional Display Unit
Index NK Code No.
7.6
Qty
Description
1
646124
1
LCD assembly (backlight lamp included)
2
646133
1
Touch screen
3
646142
1
LCD control board
4
646151
1
Audio board
5
646178
1
Front cover
6
646187
1
Rear cover
7
646196
2
Joint cap
8
646204
4
Plastic bracket
9
646213
2
Speaker
10
646231
1
Digital RGB cable
11
646294
1
Connection cable between the LCD control board and key switch assembly
12
646222A
1
AC adapter
13
646249
1
Internal power supply cable
15
625477
1
Touch screen control board
16
625361
1
Power supply cable for touch screen control board
17
625432
1
Serial data cable
18
625379
1
Analog RGB cable
19
631826
1
Power switch
20
631817
1
Key switch assembly
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9) Speaker
4) Audio board
9) Speaker
SOUND
socket
3) LCD control board
16) Power supply cable
1) LCD assembly
(LCD, backlight lamp and
inverter for backlight lamp
included.)
2) Touch
screen
15) Touch screen
control board
11) Connection cable
10) Digital RGB cable
17) Serial data cable
20) Key switch assembly
on the rear cover
19) Power switch
TOUCHSCREEN
socket
DC IN socket
12 V DC output
13) Power supply cable
VIDEO socket
18) Analog RGB
12) AC adapter
(100 V to 240 V AC)
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WS-971R Optional Recorder Unit
Index NK Code No.
7.8
Qty
Description
1
648808
1
Power supply unit
2
648817
1
RS232C interface board
3
648826
1
AC inlet socket with power switch
4
648835
1
Fuse cap
5
597177
2
Fuse
6
648853
1
Power supply cable for RS232C interface board
7
648862
1
AC line voltage supply cable between the AC inlet socket and power supply unit
8
648871
1
Connection cable between the RS232C interface board and recorder sub assy
9
648889
1
Green LED with lead wires
10
648898
1
Yellow LED with lead wires
11
648906
1
Connection cord for LEDs
12
648915
4
Rubber foot
13
648924
1
Enclosure
14
648933
1
Front panel
15
648942
1
Recorder sub assy
16
648951
1
Platen roller
17
648969
1
Gear
18
648978
2
Bushings
19
6124-036836
1
Model number label
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LEDs
PC socket
RS232C interface
board
Recording data
Control signals
Supply voltages
Recorder sub assy
Power supply unit
AC inlet socket
with power switch
Mains voltage
100 to 240 V AC
(50 or 60 Hz)
Fuse cap
Fuses
Enclosure
Rubber feet
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Section 8 Network Settings
Network Setting Flowchart .................................................................................................. 8.2
Setting the IP Address on Each Instrument ........................................................................ 8.3
Manually Setting the IP Address of the Central Monitor ............................................ 8.3
Installing the Laser Printer (Network Printer) ....................................................................... 8.6
Connecting the Network System ....................................................................................... 8.12
Start the System ............................................................................................................... 8.12
Checking the Network Connection on the Central Monitor ................................................. 8.13
Assigning the Group Name and Bed Name ....................................................................... 8.14
Assigning a Bed Name/CNS Name ......................................................................... 8.15
Assigning a CNS Name to a Central Monitor ................................................ 8.15
Registering Group Names in the Central Monitor ..................................................... 8.15
Assigning a Group Name ........................................................................................ 8.16
Checking the Bed Name and Group Name Setting .................................................. 8.16
Selecting the Monitored Beds ........................................................................................... 8.17
Changing Settings of System Setup, Patient Setting and Setup ....................................... 8.19
Adding an Instrument to the Network During System Operation ........................................ 8.20
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This section describes how to set the following settings.
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IP address
Install the laser printer (network printer) on the central monitor
Check the network connection
Assign a bed name and group name to the monitors.
Select the monitored beds on the central monitor.
Adding an instrument to the network during system operation
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Network Setting Flowchart
1. Set the IP address on each instrument.
2. Connect the network system.
3. Start the system.
4. Install the laser printer (network printer) on the central monitor.
5. Check the network connection on the central monitor.
6. Assign the bed name or CNS name to each instrument.
7. Assign the group name to each instrument.
8. Select the monitored beds on the central monitor.
9. Set necessary settings on the central monitor.
10. Start system operation.
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Setting the IP Address on Each Instrument
Each instrument in the network has an IP address for data communication.
Duplicate IP addresses must not be present in the same network.
A unique IP address is assigned to each instrument at shipment. Therefore, there
should be no duplicate IP addresses and usually the IP address does not need to be
changed.
If the IP address needs to be changed due to the network management in the
facility, the IP address can be changed manually.
CAUTION
The network must be managed by the network administrator. Make
sure that each monitor in the network has a different IP address.
Otherwise, data communication cannot be performed properly and it
causes incorrect monitoring. When adding a monitor to an already
operating network, the IP address of the monitor must be set before
connecting the monitor to the network.
NOTE
• To avoid communication trouble, do not connect the network cable to
each instrument before IP address setting is complete.
• Contact your Nihon Kohden distributor or representative when
changing the IP address manually.
Manually Setting the IP
Address of the Central
Monitor
When IP addresses are managed by the network administrator in your hospital, they
need to be changed manually. IP address is set in Windows 2000. You need to shut
down the central monitor system before setting the IP address.
1. Shut down the central monitor system.
2. Click the “Network and Dial-up Connections” icon. Or, select Start → Settings
→ Control Panel → Network and Dial-up Connection. The “Network and
Dial-up Connection” dialog box opens.
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3. Click “Local Area Connection”. The “Local Area Connection Status” dialog
box opens and shows the network connection status.
4. Click the “Properties” button. The “Local Area Connection Property” dialog
box opens.
5. Click “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” to make it selected and click the
“Properties” button. The “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” dialog box opens.
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6. Enter the IP address and subnet mask.
7. Click the “OK” button to finish setting.
8. Restart Windows 2000.
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8. NETWORK SETTINGS
Installing the Laser Printer (Network Printer)
NOTE
The procedure in this section describes how to install a Hewlett Packard
LaserJet 4000 series printer. When using other printers, refer to the
printer manual.
Install the laser printer (network printer) in the central monitor. Shut down the
central monitor system and set printer settings in Windows 2000.
NOTE
When more than one central monitor uses the printer, set the following
settings on each central monitor. Connect the printer to each central
monitor as a local printer, not as a network printer.
1. Shut down the central monitor system. Refer to Section 5 “Turning the Power
Off”.
2. Select Start → Settings → Printers. The “Printers” dialog box opens.
3. Click “Add Printer”.
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4. Click “Next” to start the “Add Printer Wizard”.
Select “Local printer”.
5. Select “Use the following port”. Select the printer you use. (The IP address of
the printer is in the Port column.) Click Next>.
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6. From Manufacturers, select HP. From Printers, select HP LaserJet 4000 Series
PCL. (HP Laser Jet 4100n and HP Laser Jet 4200n use the same driver.) Click
Next>.
7. Select “Replace existing driver” and click Next>.
8. Select “Yes” and click Next>.
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Select “Do not share this printer” a
10.
Select “Yes” and click Next>.
11.
Click Finish.
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12. Files are copied and a test page is printed. After the test page is printed, click
OK.
13. On the Printers window, confirm that HP Laser Jet 4000 Series PCL is added
with a check mark. Close the Printers window.
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14. Shut down the window and restart it. Select restart and click OK.
15. After the CNS-9701 system starts, print something to check the printer works.
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Connecting the Network System
Refer to the Network and System installation guide and Section 3 “Connecting the
Central Monitor to the Network System”.
Start the System
NOTE
Confirm that the “LINK” LED is lit on the hub and network connectors
for each instrument. If it is not lit when each instrument is turned on,
electrical connection is not complete. Confirm the wiring.
Turn on the power of the instruments in the following order.
1. UPS
2. These instruments can be turned on in any order.
• Central monitor main unit
• LCD unit
• Recorder unit
The following instruments can be turned on at any time.
• Laser printer
• Multiple patient receiver
• Bedside monitors and transmitters
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Checking the Network Connection on the Central Monitor
You can see the network connection on the Maintenance window of the System
Setup on the central monitor. All instruments which are connected to the network
and are turned on are listed on the Maintenance window of the System setup.
Confirm the number of connected instruments.
1. Touch “System Setup” to display the System Setup screen.
2. Enter the password.
The password is displayed
as ****.
3. Touch “Maintenance”. The Maintenance window opens and network
information is displayed.
Instrument’s name
(bed name or CNS name)
Manual setting of a central monitor’s IP
address is done on Windows 2000.
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IP address
Group name
Touch to reload the latest information
CNS-XXXX:
BSM-XXXX:
Tele-9000:
Central monitor (system)
Bedside monitor
beds whose data is received via the ORG-9200 multiple
patient receiver or transmitter.
(An IP address in parenthesis is the address where the bed’s data is saved.)
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Assigning the Group Name and Bed Name
To identify the monitors, each monitor has an instrument name (bed name/CNS
name) and a group name. Every bed and every central monitor belongs to one of
up to 16 groups. A local bed is assigned to the same group as the central monitor.
Groups are provided to simplify bed selection in large hospitals. It is
recommended to assign a different bed name to each bed and central monitor so
that it is easy to identify a bed.
Group name
Bed name
CNS name
ICU
ICU-001
ICU-002
ICU-003
ICU-016
CNS-ICU1
CNS-ICU2
BSM
BSM
BSM
BSM
CNS
CNS
Network
Group name
Bed name
CNS name
CCU
CCU-001
BSM
CCU-002 CCU-003
BSM
BSM
CCU-008
CNS-CCU1
BSM
CNS
The CCU central monitor can monitor and store data of the beds in
the ICU group. However, it is recommended to monitor and store
data of the CCU beds in the CCU group so that data will not be lost.
CAUTION
When the monitor is connected to a central network, set the bed name/
CNS name and group name on the monitor to correctly identify the bed
on the central monitor. Otherwise the monitor cannot be managed
properly.
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Assigning a Bed Name/
CNS Name
Assign an instrument name to the central monitor, beds on the multiple patient
receiver and bedside monitors on the network.
Central monitor:
Exit the central monitor system and assign a name in Windows 2000.
Beds on the ORG-9200 multiple patient receiver:
First register the bed as a monitored bed on the Monitor Setting window of the
System Setup. Then set the name for the bed. For the procedure, refer to the CNS9701 operator’s manual.
Bedside monitors:
Assign the bed name to bedside monitors on the SYSTEM SETUP screen on each
bedside monitor. Refer to the bedside monitor operator’s manual.
Assigning a CNS Name to a Central Monitor
1. Shut down the central monitor system.
2. Select “Start” - ”Setting” - ”Control Panel”. The “Control Panel” dialog box
opens.
3. Click the “System” icon. The “System Properties” dialog box opens.
4. Click “Network Identification”.
5. Click the “Properties” button. The “Identification changes” dialog box opens.
6. Enter the name in the “Computer name” column.
7. Click the “OK” button.
8. Restart Windows 2000. Restart is necessary to enable the new settings.
Registering Group Names
in the Central Monitor
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Up to 16 group names can be registered for one network. If you do not divide
instruments on a network into groups, registering group names is unnecessary.
Registration can be done on the Name Registration window of the System Setup.
Refer to Section 4 of the CNS-9701 operator’s manual. This setting affects the
entire network because group names are shared in the entire network.
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Assigning a Group Name
Assign a group name to the central monitor, beds on the multiple patient receiver
and bedside monitors on the network, respectively. The factory default setting
group name for each instrument is “General”. If you do not divide instruments on
a network into groups, assigning a group name is not necessary.
Central monitor:
Set the group name on the Name Registration window of the System Setup on the
central monitor. Refer to the CNS-9701 operator’s manual.
Beds via the ORG-9200 multiple patient receiver:
Set the group name on the ORG Setting window of the System Setup on the central
monitor. Refer to the CNS-9701 operator’s manual.
Bedside monitors:
Assign the group name to bedside monitors on the SYSTEM SETUP screen on
each bedside monitor. Refer to the bedside monitor operator’s manual.
When the group name does not appear on the SYSTEM SETUP screen on the
bedside monitors:
1. Turn off then turn on the bedside monitor.
2. Wait for 30 seconds and display the SYSTEM SETUP screen. The group name
appears on the screen.
Checking the Bed Name
and Group Name Setting
On the Monitor Setting window of the System Setup on the central monitor, you
can check if the bed name and group name are properly assigned to each bed.
Refer to the CNS-9701 operator’s manual.
Group name
All monitors connected to the
network are sorted by group.
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Selecting the Monitored Beds
One bedside monitor can be monitored on several central monitors, but the data
can only be stored on one central monitor. When you register a monitored bed on
the Monitor Settings of the System Setup, you will be asked if you want the central
monitor to store the bed’s data. Availability of setting and operations depends on
whether or not the bed’s data is saved in the central monitor or another central
monitor. Refer to the CNS-9701 operator’s manual.
A central monitor can monitor and store data of beds in a different group.
However, it is recommended to monitor and store data of the beds in the same
group as the central monitor so that data will not be mixed or lost.
Group name
Bed name
CNS name
ICU
ICU-001
ICU-002
ICU-003
ICU-016
CNS-ICU1
CNS-ICU2
BSM
BSM
BSM
BSM
CNS
CNS
Network
Group name
Bed name
CNS name
CCU
CCU-001
BSM
CCU-002 CCU-003
BSM
BSM
CCU-008
CNS-CCU1
BSM
CNS
The CCU central monitor can monitor and store data of the beds in
the ICU group. However, it is recommended to monitor and store
data of the CCU beds in the CCU group so that data will not be lost.
CAUTION
The data of a bedside monitor cannot be stored on more than one
central monitor. If the data of the same bedside monitor is stored on
two central monitors, data communication cannot be properly
performed or the data may be lost. Make sure that the bedside monitor
data is saved only on one central monitor.
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NOTE
For a 8000 series bed whose data is stored in a CNS-9301/9302 central
monitor, some waveforms cannot be displayed on the Individual Bed
screen of the CNS-9701 central monitor while the same patient’s
Individual Bed screen is displayed on the CNS-9301/9302 central
monitor.
Network
Monitors and stores CNS-9301/9302
data of BSM1 to 8
CNS-9701 Monitors BSM1 to 8
ORG/JJ
BSM1
BSM2
BSM3
BSM8
BED-001
BED-002
BED-003
BED-008
8000 series system
For 8000 series beds, refer to Section 1 “System Composition”.
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Changing Settings of System Setup, Patient Setting and Setup
Before using the central monitor, confirm that the settings on the System Setup
window and the Patient Setting window are correct. Change them if necessary.
If you change the units, date and time when the network is in operation, the change
on any instrument affects all instruments in the network.
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Adding an Instrument to the Network During System Operation
An instrument can be connected to a network which is already running. The
network does not need to be turned off. Check the following points.
• The network installation must comply with IEC 60601-1-1 “Safety
Requirements for Medical Electrical Systems”. Refer to the Network and System
installation guide and consult with a biomedical engineer or Nihon Kohden
distributor.
• The IP address is correctly set on the instrument.
CAUTION
The network must be managed by the network administrator. Make sure
that each monitor in the network has a different IP address. Otherwise,
data communication cannot be performed properly and it causes
incorrect monitoring. When adding a monitor to an already operating
network, the IP address of the monitor must be set before connecting
the monitor to the network.
• The power of the instrument to be added is turned off before connecting it to the
network. When the instrument is properly connected to the network, turn the
instrument power on.
• Assign the instrument name (bed name/CNS name) and group name to the
instrument .
CAUTION
When the monitor is connected to a central network, set the bed name/
CNS name and group name on the monitor to correctly identify the bed
on the central monitor. Otherwise the monitor cannot be managed
properly. A new instrument is connected to the network with the factory
default bed name/CNS name and group name. Therefore, if you don’t
assign a proper name to the instrument after connection, it can cause
patients to be mixed up.
• Check that the date and time and unit setting is the same as the other instruments
in the network.
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Section 9 Connector Pin
Assignment
Sockets at the Rear of the Main Unit .................................................................................. 9.1
SOUND Socket ......................................................................................................... 9.1
TOUCH1/TOUCH2 Socket ......................................................................................... 9.1
VIDEO1/VIDEO2 Socket .......................................................................................... 9.2
RECORDER Socket .................................................................................................. 9.2
PROTECT KEY Socket ............................................................................................. 9.2
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9. CONNECTOR PIN ASSIGNMENT
Sockets at the Rear of the Main Unit
CAUTION
Connect only the specified instruments to the connector or sockets
marked with
by following the specified procedure. Otherwise,
electrical leakage current may harm the patient and operator.
SOUND Socket
Pin No.
1
2
3
Signal
L-Speaker
R-Speaker
GND
Central monitor main unit (MU-971RA/RJ/RK)
Stereo mini jack for 3-polar plug
LCD unit (VL-971R/RK)
Stereo mini jack for 3-polar plug
TOUCH1/TOUCH2 Socket
Male
Female
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Case
Signal
Data Carrier Detect
Transmit Data
Receive Data
Data Set Ready
Ground
Data Terminal Ready
Clear To Send
Request To Send
Ring indicator
Shield
Central monitor main unit (MU-971RA/RJ/RK)
D-SUB 9 pin (male)
LCD unit (VL-971R/RK)
TOUCH SCREEN socket, D-SUB 9 pin (female)
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VIDEO1/VIDEO2 Socket
Signal
RED
GREEN
BLUE
NC
GND
RED-GND
GREEN-GND
BLUE-GND
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Pin No.
1
9
2
10
3
11
4
12
5
13
6
14
7
15
8
Case
Signal
NC
GND
NC
NC
H-Sync
V-Sync
NC
Shield
Central monitor main unit (MU-971RA/RJ/RK)
D-SUB 15 pin (female)
LCD unit (VL-971R/RK)
VIDEO socket, D-SUB 15 pin (female)
RECORDER Socket
Male
Pin No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Case
Signal
Data Carrier Detect
Transmit Data
Receive Data
Data Set Ready
Ground
Data Terminal Ready
Clear To Send
Request To Send
Ring indicator
Shield
Central monitor main unit (MU-971RA/RJ/RK)
D-SUB 9 pin (male)
Recorder unit (WS-971R)
PC socket, D-SUB 9 pin (male)
PROTECT KEY Socket
Signal
DATA0
DATA1
DATA2
DATA3
DATA4
DATA5
DATA6
DATA7
GND
WRITE
WRRDY
ERROR
RESET
Pin No.
1
14
2
15
3
16
4
17
5
18
6
19
7
20
8
21
9
22
10
23
11
24
12
25
13
Signal
READ
RDRDY
SYNC
RDBK0
ADDR0
ADDR1
ADDR2
ADDR3
ADDR4
RDBK1
GND
GND
Central monitor main unit (MU-971RA/RJ/RK)
D-SUB 25 pin (female)
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