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SkyVision Hybrid II
Digital Integration System
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Pre-Installation Manual
TEC-R-0008 REV5
7/12
SkyVision Installation Criteria
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Introduction
The SKYTRON SkyVision Hybrid II Digital Integration System is ‘open architecture’ design based, therefore
every installation can vary according to the specific equipment needs of the OR facility. What is common
in all installations is that assorted video and data input sources are routed to various outputs such as
displays, video recorders or networks providing communication and video conferences.
This SkyVision Pre-Installation Manual will provide an overview of typical installation considerations and
specific installation requirements associated with a SKYTRON SkyVision System.
Only SKYTRON technicians are authorized to install a system. SkyVision technicians are SKYTRON
trained and certified and possess all the tools necessary to successfully complete an installation. SkyVision
installation teams consist of two or more technicians who coordinate with the hospital staff and local
subcontractors to complete an installation. Technicians follow specific installation details mandated by the
customer and specified in the SkyVision Order / Production / Installation (OPI) Form. SKYTRON supports
SkyVision installations with thorough documentation, classroom training, and technical support.
Environmental Requirements
The SKYTRON SkyVision System must be located in a clean, dust free environment. Ambient room
temperatures should be maintained between 60˚ and 75˚ Fahrenheit with non-condensing humidity between
20% to 50%.
The SkyVision Hybrid II Digital Integration System components will generate up to 2900 BTU's/
hr. when fully equipped and under maximum load during peak operating times. Mechanical
design of the SKYTRON SORIC system Nurse Documentation Center and Third Party provided Nurse
Documentation Centers must address heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC); humidification and
dehumidification requirements in a manner consistent with desirable temperature and humidity ranges
specific to SkyVision components. When installing the integration system within custom cabinetry or Nurse
Documentation Center a minimum of 5cfm via a 12" sq. opening for constant return HVAC is required. This
will allow the systems to operate within the equipment temperature specification of up to 90°F and ensure
optimum long term performance and product life.
Power Requirements
The SKYTRON SkyVision System requires two 120VAC/20A dedicated circuits connected to the hospital
“critical power/generator backup” power grid. One circuit is dedicated to the component rack and the second
circuit is dedicated to the monitor power supplies. SkyVision Hybrid II features a battery back-up system
that maintains system operation until the “critical power/generator back-up” system restores electricity to
the power grid ensuring uninterrupted performance. The component rack generates 2900 BTUs per hour.
Grounding Requirements
The SKYTRON SkyVision System requires isolated ground AC power outlets. Isolated ground outlets
provide enhanced protection from electromagnetic and radio frequency interference for the system's
sensitive electronic instruments. The instrument rack requires a 10AWG braided ground wire terminated
to an earth ground rod.
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Mounting Requirements
The SKYTRON SkyVision System is offered in a single 30U wall mounted rack, that does NOT stand on
the floor, or as part of a nurse documentation center (NDC) in two 12U racks. For wall mount installations
it is the responsibility of the local contractor to provide sufficient backing/studs in the wall to support the
minimum structural required rack load of 500 pounds. The contractor is required to install a 12”x12”x4”
junction box that is the conduit termination housing for the mounting rack. See installation illustrations on
pages 4 thru 7.
Display Power Management
The SKYTRON SkyVision System offers NDS Radiance displays and GDM Z3 displays that can be mounted
to boom arms. There are two methods for providing power to either boom arm mounted display:
1. Mount the low voltage power supply onto the display bracket powered by a low leakage 120VAC power
line run through the boom arm.
2. Place the low voltage power supply in a hospital provided NEMA 4 enclosure located in the ceiling or
at the equipment rack and run the low voltage power line through the boom arm to the display.
The remote location of the Z3 display power supply is limited to 75 feet (cable length) - P/N: MON-CBL-001
required. For Integration installations where the rack is within a 75 feet (cable length) of the display, the power
supply can be located in the rack. If not, a NEMA 4 encased power supply in the ceiling is recommended
(Supplied by others).
The remote location of the NDS Radiance display power supply is limited to 30’ (cable length) P/N: 90I0017
required and must be housed in a NEMA 4 enclosure in the ceiling (Supplied by others).
The minimum size NEMA 4 enclosure for each supply is 14”L x 12”W x 7”H (L-Com Global Connectivity
– Model: NB1207-10FS-UL or equivalent).
Appropriate power supplies and cables required for displays not provided by SKYTRON must be provided
by the equipment vendor to meet the specific needs of the display location.
Image/Video Capture Devices
Although the SKYTRON SkyVision System offers a Digital Capture Streaming System (image/video
capture device), some hospitals will maintain existing capture devices and cameras.
When the capture device is located close to the camera, connections can be made by a short copper cable
(provided by the Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) vendor). Typically, the capture device is located at the
nurse’s station, far from the camera. The appropriate cable between the camera and the capture device
must be provided by the equipment vendor. The SkyVision system will process the capture device output
signal, rather than the camera output signal (to maximize functionality), and route the output signal, as
limited by the technology of the capture device.
If a printer is used with this capture device, the cable between the capture device and the printer is supplied
by the hospital or by the MIS vendor, if the printer was part of the purchase agreement.
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Remote Trigger Image/Video Capture
Capture devices specific to endoscopic cameras allow the surgeon to capture images or video using
the trigger on the camera. This method is limited to capturing only the camera source as the surgeon
would need to have the camera in hand when capturing. This is not a standard option to integrate with
SkyVision because of the many endoscopic vendors. Additionally, the SkyVision foot pedal option can
be used to capture any source that is set as the "Capture Source" at the touch panel. The foot pedal is
available as a wired or wireless model and can be found on the pricelist. If capturing endoscope images
with the endoscope trigger is required, this must be specified by the sales representative as a "special"
on the OPI documentation. The hospital must supply SKYTRON with the make and model number of
the camera and capture device so SKYTRON can verify compatibility, proper operation, and provide the
required items to quote.
Keyboard/Mouse Switch
One of the SKYTRON SkyVision System options available is a Keyboard/Mouse Switch (KM Switch - P/N
OPC-307-KM). The KM Switch allows a single keyboard and mouse to control up to four PCs (one DCSS
and three PCs) providing a simplified and neat appearing nurse station (as opposed to several keyboards
and mice).
When a DCSS is purchased in addition to the on-board PC, the KM Switch must be quoted. If the hospital
uses their PCs instead of purchasing the SkyVision PCs, they may use their keyboard and mouse instead
of the SkyVision keyboard and mouse. The hospital computer can be placed anywhere in the room with
their keyboard, mouse, and monitor. If they would like to use the SkyVision keyboard and mouse, a KM
Switch is required and the hospital PC must be located within ten feet of the rack.
Remote Rack Locations
The stock cable length for a SKYTRON SkyVision System installation is 100 feet. If longer cable lengths are
required, the length must be specified and quoted accordingly. Specific distance limitations for SkyVision
components are listed in the SKYTRON H2 Maximum Distance Chart for Standard and Remote Rack
Mounting.
http://skynet.skytron.us/products/skyvision2/Datasheets%20%20General/H2%20Maximum%20Distance%20Chart.pdf
For installations requiring greater distances than listed, consult with the SkyVision Product Manager so
the options can be specified and project details/requirements resolved.
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Wall Mounted Rack (DWR 30-26)
Overall
Width
Overall
Height
Overall
Depth
22⅝"
(574mm)
59⅜"
(1513mm)
27½"
(698mm)
Weight Capacity Minimum Structural
Requirements
400 lbs.
Left-Hand Swing Cabinet
Mounting Dimensions
22 5/8"
22" MIN.
CLEARANCE
6" MIN.
CLEARANCE
WALL
6" MIN.
CLEARANCE
500 lbs.
22" MIN.
4 9/16" CLEARANCE
16"
(406mm)
2 5/8"
22 5/8"
5 3/8"
Mounting Hole
Spacing
2 5/8"
29 11/16
5 3/8"
29 11/16
WALL
4 9/16"
27 1/2"
27 1/2"90°
(5) Mounting
Hole Locations
90°
20 7/16"
59 3/8
29 11/16
1 3/8"
4"
WALL
90°
29 11/16
12 1/2
WALL
WALL
59 3/8
12 1/2
12 1/2
(5) Mounting
Hole Locations
20 7/16"
WALL
12 1/2
90°
1 3/8"
4"
Minimum Clearance: 6" from non-hinged side, 22" from hinged side, and 4" on top and bottom.
Right-Hand Swing Cabinet
Mounting Dimensions
22 5/8"
2 5/8"
22" MIN.
CLEARANCE
WALL
22" MIN.
CLEARANCE
4 9/16"
2 5/8"
27 1/2"
90°
29 11/16
(5) Mounting
Hole Locations
90°
WALL
90°
12 1/2
12 1/2
(5) Mounting
Hole Locations
29 11/16
WALL
20 7/16"
12 1/2
27 1/2"
90°
20 7/16"
5 3/8"
29 11/16
WALL
WALL
22 5/8"
6" MIN.
CLEARANCE
4 9/16"
WALL
5 3/8"
6" MIN.
CLEARANCE
12 1/2
29 11/16
1 3/8"
4"
1 3/8"
4"
59 3/8
59 3/8
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Right-Hand Swing Cabinet Mounting
and Junction Box Location
Left-Hand Swing Cabinet Mounting
and Junction Box Location
WALL STUDS
16” ON CENTER
WALL STUDS
16” ON CENTER
¾”
MOUNTING HOLES
16” ON CENTER
MOUNTING HOLES
16” ON CENTER
27 1/16”
27 1/16”
12¼”
12¼”
59 3/8”
59 3/8”
33 11/16”
27
27 1/16”
1/16”
12” x 12”
ACCESS
CUTOUT
FLOOR
4”
4”
33 11/16”
¾”
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Left-Hand Swing Installation with Junction Box Termination
12"x12"x4" Junction Box To Be
Roughed-In By the Contractor.
Mount the Power Outlets In Box
As Shown.
10 AWG Green Stranded Ground Wire
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Nurse Documentation Center Installation
Mount Power Outlets
as Shown.
Center of 12" x 12" x 4"
Junction Box is Located
12" In From the Side and
15" Up From the Floor.
Rear Cabinet to Cabinet
Connections Require 15
Foot Long Cables.
NOTE: If The Junction Box Must Be Located On This Side, The Contents of Each Rack Must Be Switched. The Conduit Must Exit At the Digital Matrix Switch.
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Connection Requirements
The SKYTRON SkyVision System connects multiple types of sources (VGA, DVI, SDI, HD-SDI or S-Video/
Composite) to the control rack through conduit runways exclusively over single strand multi-mode optical
fibers via Conversion Boxes located near the source. The Conversion Boxes are installed in the boom
arm equipment carriers or in double-gang electrical wall boxes depending on the location of the source.
The Conversion Boxes convert a copper wire signal (digital or analog) to a fiber-optic digital signal and
vice-versa. Low voltage power lines are the only other type of connection utilized to and from the SkyVision
system. Copper wiring is only employed between components at the rear of the SkyVision control rack.
The system can route any source up to six monitors within the operating room and up to two dedicated
tracking monitors, based upon selections at the touch screen monitor located at the nurse documentation
station.
See Conversion Box / Electrical Box illustrations on page 10 and Conduit Drawings on page 11 and 12.
Network Requirements
Up to ten Static IP network drops are required for the following components and options (if installed), to
enable full system funtion, configuration and diagnostics. One analog phone line is required for the audio
conference option.
Network Drops and Required Ports
Required or
w/option
Device
Lan Drop
Location
TCP Ports
Required
Required
AV2 Control
System
Rack
80, 41794,
41795
Required
DVPHD- Dual
Rack
80, 41794,
41795
Required
GDMS1616
Digital Switch
Rack
80
w/option AUD-207
Biamp Nexia TC
Rack
12001
UDP Ports
Required
Notes
12000
The network must pass
6970 through multicast addresses in the
range of 239.192.0.0 to
6999
239.193.0.0
w/option IMC-702
(tcp 80 only)
IMC-703(the rest)
DCSS
Rack
80, 554, 7070,
10000, 11000
w/option
OPC-702-HD
PC1
Rack unless hospital
provided PC and not
at rack
standard
160 min.
w/option
OPC-702-HD
PC2
Rack unless hospital
provided PC and not
at rack
standard
65 min.
w/option
OPC-702-HD
PC3
Rack unless hospital
provided PC and not
at rack
standard
w/hospital provided
HP Network Printer
Network Printer
Printer location
standard
w/option POD-701
iPod Control
Station
iPod Docking Station
Location
41794
w/option
PC-VC-008-S
HD Video
Conference
Codec
Rack
1503, 1720,
3230 to 3235,
3236 to 3253
1503, 3230
to 3235
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Analog Phone Line Drop
Required or
w/option
Device
Drop Location
w/option AUD-207
Biamp Nexia TC
Rack
Network Bandwidth Minimum Requirements (DCSS)
Use the chart below to determine the minimum required bit-rate needed for the resolution and frame-rate
desired. The bit-rate in kilo bits-per-second, defines the maximum bit-rate that the encoders may utilize
in creating the media stream.
The following table lists the minimum recommended bit-rates for high quality video.
Capture
Resolution
Minimum Bit
Rate Required
Frame Rate Recording
GB/Hr.
DVD Capacity
DVD Burn Time
(Per/hour of video)
640 x 480
VGA
768 Kb/sec.
30 fps
0.33
720 min.
1 min. 46 sec.
800 x 600
SVGA
1500 Kb/sec.
30 fps
0.66
415 min.
2 min. 10 sec.
1024 x 768
XGA
3000 Kb/sec.
30 fps
1.32
215 min.
3 min. 9 sec.
720p
3500 Kb/sec.
30 fps
1.53
188 min.
3 min. 25 sec.
1280 x 1024
SXGA
4000 Kb/sec.
30 fps
1.75
160 min.
3 min. 42 sec.
1080p
10000 Kb/sec.
30 fps
4.4
65 min.
7 min. 3 sec.
Remote Diagnostics Requirements
The SKYTRON SkyVision System includes remote diagnostics which enables off-site system troubleshooting, system management and critical software updates to occur. It is the customers responsibility to
provide virtual private network (VPN) access to accommodate system remote diagnostics.
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4" x 4" x 3½" Deep Double-Gang
Electrical Wall Box
RACO Model 256 or Equivalent
Garvin 52181-S
RACO 256
Single-Gang Mud Ring
Conversion Box Installation
9
20"
CEILING
COVER
SKYVISION RACK REQUIRES A 12" SQ. x 4" DEEP WALL BOX PER GDM SPEC. SUPPLIED CONTRACTOR.
NETWORK CONNECTIONS INSTALLED TO RACK BY OTHERS.
STRUCTURAL SUPPORT FOR SKYVISION RACK DESIGNED BY ENGINEER OF RECORDS TO SUPPORT 400LBS. LOAD.
MOUNTING HARDWARE SUPPLIED BY OTHERS TO MEET SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS.
NOTES:
A
B
5085 Corporate Exchange Blvd. S.E., Grand Rapids, MI 49512
20"
CEILING
COVER
SkyVision
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20"
CEILING
COVER
5
DRAWN BY: MIKE FRANKLIN
DATE: 11-12-2009
CONDUIT DRAWING
1
REV.: A
SHEET #: 1 OF 1
ACME HOSPITAL
9
4
1
PL
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DESIGN BY: JON SELLECK
20"
CEILING
COVER
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S�YTRON HII S�Y�ISION REFERENCE CONDUIT SCHEDULE
FINAL PLACEMENT IS DETERMINED BY THE ARCHITECT AND LOCATIONS IN THE DRAWING AND IN THE SCHEDULE ARE FOR REFERENCE ONLY
Item ID
Item
Conduit
Diameter
*1
SkyVision Enclosure
*2
Touch Panel
*3
Skytron Light Camera Control
4
Wall Source
*5
External Computer
*6
Wall Camera
*7
IP Camera
8
Ceiling Mounted Equipment
*9
Wall Display
10
Audio Package
11
Microphone
*12
HP Network Printer
*13
I POD dock
Description
Termination
Location
N/A
SKYVISION ROUGH-IN
12" SQ. X 4" DEEP JUNCTION BOX
SEE ROUGH-IN DETAIL
n/a
1"
NETWORK CONNECTIONS
ROUTE TO NETWORK
PER HOSPITAL
Hospital Network
1"
Touch Panel, Keyboard, Mouse
4" SQ, x 3.5" DEEP BOX w/ 1 GANG P-RING
Per Hospital
Rack
1"
Light Cam Video to Rack
4" SQ, x 3.5" DEEP BOX w/ 1 GANG P-RING
Per Hospital
Rack
1"
Light Cam Video from Camera
4" SQ, x 2" DEEP BOX w/ 1 GANG P-RING
Per Hospital
Light Cam Mount
1"
Source Description
4" SQ, x 3.5" DEEP BOX w/ 1 GANG P-RING
Per Hospital
Rack
1"
PC Video
4" SQ, x 3.5" DEEP BOX w/ 1 GANG P-RING
Per Hospital
Rack
Shared
PC Keyboard/Mouse
4" SQ, x 2" DEEP BOX w/ 1 GANG P-RING
Per Hospital
Shares with vid to Rack
1.25"
Wall Camera
4" SQ, x 3.5" DEEP BOX w/ 1 GANG P-RING
12" BELOW FINISHED CEILING
Rack
SHARED
Wall Cameral Control
4" SQ, x 2" DEEP BOX w/ 1 GANG P-RING
12" BELOW FINISHED CEILING
Shares with vid to Rack
4" SQ, x 2" DEEP BOX w/ 1 GANG P-RING
12" BELOW FINISHED CEILING
Network
PER EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER
MOUNT ID
Rack
4" SQ, x 3.5" DEEP BOX w/ 1 GANG P-RING
60" ABOVE FINISHED FLOOR
Rack
Ceiling Speakers
Terminates to speakers per instructions
FINISHED CEILING per Hospital
Rack
Mic
Stub out
FINISHED CEILING per Hospital
Rack
1"
HP Network Printer
4" SQ, x 2" DEEP BOX w/ 1 GANG P-RING
Per Hospital
Hospital Network
1"
I POD Control
4" SQ, x 2" DEEP BOX w/ 1 GANG P-RING
Per Hospital
Hospital Network
1"
Audio
Shared
Per Hospital
Rack
1"
2"
1"
3/8" FLEX
3/8" FLEX
Description of Mount
Wall Display
P
M
A
S
IP Camera
E
L
To
Other
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NOTE: * = power source required
HII S�Y�ISION ELECTRICAL RE�UIREMENTS
Item ID
Item
Conduit
Diameter
Description
Termination
Location
To
A
Device Power
N/A
120V, 20A Duplex
PER ENGINEER
Per Hospital
Electrical
B
SkyVision Power
N/A
(2)120V,20A Dedicated Circuits
PER ENGINEER
SkyVision Junction Box
Electrical
C
Ground Lead
N/A
Network Connections
PER ENGINEER
Rack
Facility Ground
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Installation Responsibility Overview
SKYTRON RESPONSIBILITIES
1. SKYTRON requires a minimum of 60 days delivery time from receipt of signed drawings and Order
Production-Install (OPI) document for manufacturing of the proposed SkyVision System.
2. SKYTRON will provide customer with the appropriate signal cable and wiring for the system described
in this proposal.
3. SKYTRON will provide customer with a suggested conduit layout drawing, as well as signal cable and
wiring specifications for the system described in the proposal.
4. SKYTRON will provide the appropriate number of specialized technical staff to complete the cable terminations, equipment rack assembly, and testing of the completed SkyVision System.
5. Installation per unit includes two (2) full days of clear access to each room for cable pulling and
terminations, plus at least two (2) days for fitting of connectors, final system configuring, system power
up, and complete system testing.
6. Installation should take place on consecutive days and must be coordinated by customer representative.
7. Installation will include mounting the SkyVision rack if necessary.
CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Customer will provide SKYTRON with the appropriate room drawings to include Plan, Electrical, and Mechanical Drawings.
2. Customer will be responsible for supply and installation of all conduit and electrical junction boxes.
3. Customer will be responsible for supply and installation of drywall and ceiling backing for installation of wall or ceiling equipment respectively.
4. Customer will be responsible for supply and installation of appropriate Nurses Documentation Station.
5. Customer will provide SKYTRON with all customer provided equipment source signal specifications including signal output type, power requirements, and cable connector types.
6. Customer will provide SKYTRON with the dates for cable installation, boom and light installation, and agree on specific dates for SkyVision system installation. Notices for cable installation and system installation must be given no less than 21 days prior to start of work.
7. At time of installation, all Customer provided systems & equipment must be in place and working in order for SKYTRON to complete system installation and testing. If customer provided systems are not in
place and working during the SKYTRON installation, delays in the SkyVision installation may occur and
result in additional daily charges of $1900.00 per day, per technician, to be added to the final invoice. If
return trips are necessary due to lack of customer suppled equipment, additional charges may occur.
8. Customer will assign a designated representative to coordinate installation schedules and approve the SkyVision installation within ten days of completion of work. Customer representatives from BioMed, IT, and the OR Director will sign off on completion, which will signal approval of final SKYTRON invoice.
5085 Corporate Exchange Blvd. S.E.
Grand Rapids, MI 49512 • 1.616.656.2900 • FAX 1.616.656.2906
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