Promise Technology FastTRAK66 Service manual

Promise Technology FastTRAK66 Service manual
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Panorama® PAT I E N T M O N I TO R I N G N E T W O R K
Pat i e n t M o n i to r i n g N e t w o r k
FastTrak66™ is a U.S. trademark of Promise Technology Inc.
FastBuild™ Utility is a U.S. trademark of Promise Technology Inc.
HP® is a registered trademark of Hewlett Packard Company.
Microsoft®, Windows®, and Windows NT® are US registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
Panorama® is a U.S. trademark of Mindray DS USA, Inc.
Passport 2® is a U.S. registered trademark of Mindray DS USA, Inc.
Spectrum™ is a U.S. trademark of Mindray DS USA, Inc.
Copyright © Mindray DS USA, Inc., 2008. All rights reserved. Contents of this publication may not be reproduced in any
form without permission of Mindray DS USA, Inc.
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Table of Contents
Foreword ....................................................................................................................................................... v
Warnings, Precautions and Notes..................................................................................................................... v
Warnings ...................................................................................................................................................... v
Precautions .................................................................................................................................................... vi
How To Get Help............................................................................................................................................ vii
Instrument Description ...................................................................................................... 1 - 1
Introduction .................................................................................................................................................... 1 - 2
Overview ............................................................................................................................................... 1 - 2
Core Functions ........................................................................................................................................ 1 - 3
Telemetry Interface Module Transceiver (WMTS Only) ......................................................................... 1 - 3
Connectivity............................................................................................................................................ 1 - 3
Wireless Configuration .................................................................................................................... 1 - 3
Panorama Block Diagrams ............................................................................................................................... 1 - 5
Wired .................................................................................................................................................... 1 - 5
ISM (2.4 GHz) Telemetry ................................................................................................................. 1 - 6
WMTS (608 MHz) Telemetry ............................................................................................................ 1 - 7
System Modules, Components, and Peripherals .................................................................................................. 1 - 8
Panorama Central Station......................................................................................................................... 1 - 8
Network Laser Printer ............................................................................................................................... 1 - 8
Keyboard, Video, and Mouse (KVM) Extender ............................................................................................ 1 - 8
Network Switches.................................................................................................................................... 1 - 8
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)............................................................................................................ 1 - 8
Speakers ................................................................................................................................................ 1 - 8
Access Point (2.4 GHz Telemetry only) ....................................................................................................... 1 - 8
Bedside Monitors ............................................................................................................................................ 1 - 9
Passport 2® (Monitors)............................................................................................................................. 1 - 9
Spectrum™ ............................................................................................................................................. 1 - 9
Theory of Operation........................................................................................................................................ 1 - 10
Panorama Central Station and Wireless Telemetry Server ............................................................................. 1 - 10
Motherboard .................................................................................................................................. 1 - 13
Connected to the Motherboard via PCI connectors: ............................................................................. 1 - 13
Connected to the Riser Card (2U Cases only) ..................................................................................... 1 - 13
System Hard Drive Assembly ............................................................................................................ 1 - 13
CD-ROM Drive ................................................................................................................................ 1 - 13
ATX Power Supply ........................................................................................................................... 1 - 14
Disclosure Hard Drives (Central Stations Only) .................................................................................... 1 - 14
3.5” Floppy Drive ........................................................................................................................... 1 - 14
Central Station Displays ................................................................................................................... 1 - 14
Touch Screen .......................................................................................................................................... 1 - 15
Principles of Operation .................................................................................................................... 1 - 15
Repair Information ........................................................................................................... 2 - 1
Introduction .................................................................................................................................................... 2 - 2
Safety Precautions........................................................................................................................................... 2 - 2
Equipment and Special Tools Required .............................................................................................................. 2 - 2
Troubleshooting .............................................................................................................................................. 2 - 3
Central Station and Displays ..................................................................................................................... 2 - 3
Communication Loss From An Individual Bedside Monitor............................................................................. 2 - 5
Communication Loss From All Bedside Monitors .......................................................................................... 2 - 8
WMTS Telemetry ............................................................................................................................................ 2 - 10
Individual Device (Telepack) ..................................................................................................................... 2 - 10
System Wide Problem .............................................................................................................................. 2 - 10
Panorama Wireless Telemetry Server ......................................................................................................... 2 - 11
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Disassembly Instructions................................................................................................................................... 2 - 13
Top Cover Removal ................................................................................................................................. 2 - 15
Front Panel Removal (Tower Case Only) ..................................................................................................... 2 - 15
Power Supply Removal ............................................................................................................................. 2 - 15
PC Board and/or Riser Board Removal ...................................................................................................... 2 - 16
Auxiliary Fan Removal (Tower Case Only) .................................................................................................. 2 - 16
Motherboard Removal.............................................................................................................................. 2 - 16
System HardDrive Removal ....................................................................................................................... 2 - 17
Floppy Drive and Disclosure Hard Drive(s) Removal ..................................................................................... 2 - 18
CD-ROM Drive Removal ........................................................................................................................... 2 - 18
Panorama Wireless Transceiver (WMTS Telemetry Only).............................................................................. 2 - 19
Fan Removal ................................................................................................................................... 2 - 20
Power Supply Removal ..................................................................................................................... 2 - 20
Panorama Wireless Transceiver Board Removal .................................................................................. 2 - 20
Assembly Instructions....................................................................................................................................... 2 - 21
Panorama Wireless Transceiver (WMTS Only) ............................................................................................ 2 - 21
Fan ................................................................................................................................................ 2 - 21
Power Supply ................................................................................................................................. 2 - 21
Panorama Wireless Transceiver Board ............................................................................................... 2 - 21
Central Station and Telemetry Servers ........................................................................................................ 2 - 21
Motherboard .................................................................................................................................. 2 - 21
PC Boards ...................................................................................................................................... 2 - 22
Power Supply ................................................................................................................................. 2 - 24
Drive Replacement................................................................................................................................... 2 - 24
Floppy Drive and Disclosure Hard Drive(s) .......................................................................................... 2 - 24
CD-ROM Drive and System Hard Drive .............................................................................................. 2 - 25
Auxiliary Fan .......................................................................................................................................... 2 - 25
CMOS Battery Replacement (BT1) ............................................................................................................. 2 - 25
Closing the Unit....................................................................................................................................... 2 - 26
Rebooting and Testing the System.............................................................................................................. 2 - 26
Parts Replacement ............................................................................................................ 3 - 1
Introduction .................................................................................................................................................... 3 - 2
Available Replacement Parts and Assemblies ..................................................................................................... 3 - 2
Product Variations........................................................................................................................................... 3 - 2
Exchange Program.......................................................................................................................................... 3 - 2
Parts Pricing Information .................................................................................................................................. 3 - 2
Ordering Information ...................................................................................................................................... 3 - 3
Calibration ....................................................................................................................... 4 - 1
Preventative Maintenance................................................................................................. 5 - 1
Display Monitors............................................................................................................................................. 5 - 2
CRT Display ............................................................................................................................................ 5 - 2
LCD Display............................................................................................................................................ 5 - 2
Care and Cleaning of the Touch Screen ..................................................................................................... 5 - 2
Central Station Chassis and Wireless Telemetry Server Chassis ............................................................................ 5 - 3
Cover Removal........................................................................................................................................ 5 - 3
Cleaning ................................................................................................................................................ 5 - 3
Visual Inspection ..................................................................................................................................... 5 - 3
Fan ........................................................................................................................................................ 5 - 3
Motherboard Backup Battery Replacement.................................................................................................. 5 - 3
Cover Replacement.................................................................................................................................. 5 - 3
Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS)................................................................................................................. 5 - 4
Panorama Patient and Central Networks............................................................................................................ 5 - 4
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System Maintenance ....................................................................................................................................... 5 - 5
Preventative Maintenance ......................................................................................................................... 5 - 5
Telepack Testing...................................................................................................................................... 5 - 6
Connections and Configuration ......................................................................................... 6 - 1
Introduction .................................................................................................................................................... 6 - 2
Central Station Local Installation ................................................................................................................ 6 - 2
Central Station Remote Installation ............................................................................................................. 6 - 2
2.4 GHz - ISM Telemetry Installation (Wireless) ........................................................................................... 6 - 3
608MHz WMTS Telemetry Installation (Wireless) ........................................................................................ 6 - 3
Bedside Monitor Communication Configuration........................................................................................... 6 - 5
Appendix A ...................................................................................................................... 7 - 1
Panorama Motherboard CMOS Setup/Verification ............................................................................................. 7 - 2
Tower Cases, 2U Telemetry Server and 4U Central Station ........................................................................... 7 - 2
2U Central Station ................................................................................................................................... 7 - 7
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Introduction
Foreword
The Panorama® Service Manual is a guide for technically-qualified personnel who perform
maintenance and/or repair on the Panorama Patient Monitoring Network.
The Service Manual conveys system-wide information that is divided into sections. For quick
reference, each chapter’s title page displays a table of contents that indicates, sectionally, the
topics covered.
This publication may have been updated to reflect product design changes and/or manual
improvements.
NOTE:
Unauthorized servicing may void the remainder of the
warranty. Check with the factory or with a local authorized
representative to determine the warranty status of a
particular instrument.
Warnings, Precautions and Notes
Please read and adhere to all warnings, precautions, and notes listed here and in the
appropriate areas throughout this manual.
A WARNING is provided to alert the user to potential serious outcomes (death, injury, or
serious adverse events) to the patient or the user.
A CAUTION is provided to alert the user signaling that special care is necessary for the
safe and effective use of the device. They may include actions to be taken to avoid effects on
patients or users that may not be potentially life threatening or result in serious injury, but
about which you should be aware.
A NOTE is provided when additional general information is applicable.
Warnings
WARNING: Do not attempt to use either Panorama® Patient Network or
Central Network, including cabling for any purpose other
than its intended use.
WARNING: Route cables neatly. Ensure cables are not in the way of
patient or hospital personnel.
WARNING: Loading any unauthorized software including utilities on
Panorama® Patient Monitoring Network will cause the
application to no longer be suitable for medical patient
monitoring use.
WARNING: Do not connect or attempt to connect or reconfigure any
equipment to Panorama® Central Station Patient Network
or Central Network LANS unless authorized in writing. This
includes all commercially available networking hardware
i.e., switches, routers etc.) or peripherals (i.e., Printers) even
if they are the same brand as recommended by the
configuration of the system and supplied by the
manufacturer.
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WARNING: Do not attempt to load any devices or device drivers onto
Panorama® Central Station. If the user connects or attempts
to connect any equipment Panorama® Central Monitoring
System may not operate as intended.
WARNING: Only qualified and trained service personnel or Service
personnel should attempt to service equipment. Service is
defined as any activity requiring the cover to be removed
for internal adjustments, parts replacements, repairs or
software upgrades of any kind to insure compatibility.
WARNING: To insure compatibility with the operating system and
applications software, use only the supplied and/or
approved components to repair any part of the Panorama
Patient Monitoring Network. Use of unauthorized software,
devices, accessories, or cables other than those approved
may render the application unsuitable for medical patient
monitoring. It may also result in increased electromagnetic
Emissions or decreased Immunity of the system.
WARNING: Do not block or turn down the volume from the maximum
position on the speakers provided with Panorama® Central
Monitoring System. Set the volume levels so that alarms can
be heard at all times, as described in the Operation Manual.
WARNING: Be careful not to turn off patient alarms. Turning off patient
alarms can jeopardize patient safety.
WARNING: Do not incinerate batteries, possible explosion may occur.
WARNING: The 18.1" flat panel may tip over, if the display head is
inclined to an angle greater than 45°, backward tilt. If the
user elects to have the display head inclined to an angle
greater than 45°, backward tilt, the flat panel must be
attached to a secure mounting surface via three screw
locations on the bottom of the base.
WARNING: The Panorama Central Station and the Panorama Telemetry
Server must utilize the hospital emergency power system.
Failure to do so will result in loss of monitoring during
extended periods of power failure. The back-up power time
period, for the Panorama Patient Monitoring Network, is
limited.
WARNING: Do not put MPSO (Multiple Portable Socket Outlets, i.e.,
multiple outlet extension cords) used with the Panorama
Central Station System on the floor. Connect only Panorama
Central Station accessories and components to the same
MPSO as the Panorama Central Station. Do not overload
MPSOs. Use only MPSOs that comply with the requirements
of IEC 60601-1-1.
WARNING: Do not clean the monitor while it is on and/or plugged in.
Precautions
CAUTION:
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This system is intended for use in a hospital or clinical
setting and to be operated by trained and authorized
personnel who are acting on the orders of a physician. Its
purpose is the real time monitoring of a patient's
physiological parameters over an extended time frame.
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CAUTION:
For proper operation do not obstruct the fan air holes.
CAUTION:
For proper operation never place fluids on top of this
equipment. In case of accidental spillage, wipe clean
immediately and have the system serviced to ensure no
hazard exists.
CAUTION:
For proper operation do not use Panorama Patient
Monitoring Network with a frayed or damaged power cord.
CAUTION:
Do not operate Panorama® or any of its components if they
have been dropped or the case has been damaged.
CAUTION:
Use only the supplied power cords or if a substitute is
necessary, only use Hospital Grade power cords.
CAUTION:
For proper operation use only approved accessories with
this product.
CAUTION:
Dispose of single use items in accordance with hospital
policy.
CAUTION:
Software is written directly to some of the PC boards within
the tower. Replacement of the PC boards with off-the-shelf
PC boards may compromise the proper operation of the
Central Station.
How To Get Help
For U.S., Canada, and Latin America please contact:
Sales Tel: (800) 288-2121
Sales Fax: (800) 926-4275
Sales Tel: (201) 995-8237
Sales Fax: (201) 995-8659
Service Tel: (800) 288-2121
Service Fax: (201) 995-0119
For International Offices, refer to the contact information on the last page of this service
manual.
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1.1 Introduction .............................................................................. 1-2
1.2 Panorama Block Diagrams ....................................................... 1-5
1.3 System Modules, Components, and Peripherals ........................ 1-8
1.4 Bedside Monitors ...................................................................... 1-9
1.4 Bedside Monitors ...................................................................... 1-9
1.5 Theory of Operation ................................................................. 1-10
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1.1
Instrument Description
Introduction
This section of the service manual initially provides a high-level overview of the Panorama®
Patient Monitoring Network, followed by more detailed information.
1.1.1
Overview
The Panorama Patient Monitoring Network is a comprehensive patient care monitoring and
management system designed for use in a hospital setting. The system is intended to be
installed and used in a fixed, non-portable, permanent location that serves as a central data
viewing station. The Panorama Patient Monitoring Network consists of the following four
primary modules that are linked to and/or by one another:
• Panorama Central Station
• Panorama Central Network
• Panorama Patient Network
• Bedside Monitor
NOTE:
Optional modules include ISM telemetry and WMTS
telemetry for wireless operation.
Hardware and software components within each module provide system-wide functionality
and connectivity.
Patient information is routed to the Panorama Patient Monitoring Network via the four
modules. Information is sent across a network provided to and by the Panorama Patient
Network and the Panorama Central Network modules. The Panorama Patient Network
connects the Passport 2® and Spectrum™ monitors. The monitoring capacity of the system is
flexible and uses industry standard components to provide network communications to all
connected patient monitors and peripheral devices. The Panorama Central Network connects
two or more Panorama Central Stations and/or laser printers.
This service manual focuses on the Panorama Central and Telemetry Server modules since
they are the hands-on interface between the medical staff and the Panorama Patient
Monitoring Network. The Panorama Central Station module is a combination of both
hardware (e.g., Central Station computer and display monitor) and software components
(i.e., Panorama software application). Much of the patient information processing and data
management occurs within the Central Station.
Panorama® Telemetry
The Panorama Wireless Telemetry Server collects patient data from bedside monitors and/or
Ambulatory Telemetry Packs (Telepacks) via ceiling or wall mounted antennas. This allows
transport through specifically designated areas of the hospital without disconnecting cables
or discharging a patient while transporting that patient from room to room. Patient data is
displayed at the Central Station, which is mounted at the nurses’ station. The system operates
in either the 2.4 GHz Industrial Scientific Medical (ISM) band or the 608 - 614 MHz
Wireless Medical Telemetry Service (WMTS) band.
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Core Functions
The Panorama Central Station views, records, and recalls the following clinical data:
• Heart rate
• ECG waveforms
• Oxygen saturation
• Invasive and non-invasive blood pressure
• CO2
• Respiration
• Temperature
• ST segment analysis
• Alarms
• Temperature Blood (Tb)
• Cardiac Output/Cardiac Index (CO/CI)
• Gas Module II
You can configure the Central Station to display up to 16 patients on dual Touch Screen
displays. The Central Station’s monitor is controlled by a set of menu keys that you activate
by:
• selecting a key on the Touch Screen monitor, or
• positioning the cursor over a key and clicking the left mouse button.
When you select a menu key, you receive visual feedback.
NOTE:
1.1.2.1
Monitoring at the Panorama Central Station is automatic
and very few user actions are required.
Telemetry Interface Module Transceiver (WMTS Only)
The Telemetry Interface Module (TIM) Transceiver collects and processes RF data from the
antenna network. The transceiver also provides 9 VDC power to the antenna network.
1.1.3
Connectivity
Each Panorama Central Station incorporates a 16-channel system designed for monitoring
up to 16 hospital patients. The data is derived from bedside monitors connected to the
Panorama Patient Monitoring Network via the Panorama Patient Network (an Ethernet
connection). Patient data is received and processed by the Central Station and displayed on
either an LCD or CRT display.
A Hewlett Packard LaserJet printer produces hard copy printouts of the patient data via the
Panorama Central Network.
1.1.3.1
Wireless Configuration
The wireless network configuration is remote from the nurses’ station. Located in a closet, the
Panorama Wireless Telemetry Server collects data from patient monitors via antennas and
access points. The equipment listed below is also included in the wireless configuration.
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ISM Telemetry
• Instrument transceivers (for bedside monitors)
• Telepack 2.4 (patient worn transmitter)
• A DC power distribution system to provide power for the access points
• Power Over Ethernet (POE) modules to carry DC power to the access points over CAT5
cable
• CAT5 shielded cable used to connect the access points to the Server or switch
• A switch to network the access points together
WMTS Telemetry
• Instrument transceivers (for bedside monitors)
• Telepack 608 (patient worn transmitter)
• TIM Transceivers
• Antenna Network
• Active Antenna
• RG6 and/or RG11 coax cable
• RF Splitters
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Panorama Block Diagrams
Panorama Block Diagrams
The following block diagrams illustrate wired and wireless (ISM, WMTS) configurations for
the Panorama Patient Monitoring Network.
1.2.1
Wired
Printer
Panorama Central Network
C-LAN
Switch
PANORAMA
Central
Station
16 Patient
Display
PANORAMA
Central
Station
16 Patient
Display
Display
Display
Switch
Patient Network
100 Base T
Passport 2 - 1
Passport 2 - 2
Patient Network
E-LAN
100 Base T
Passport 2 - 16
Passport 2 - 1
Passport 2 - 2
E-LAN
Passport 2 - 16
FIGURE 1-1 Panorama Patient Monitoring Network (Wired)
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ISM (2.4 GHz) Telemetry
Printer
Panorama Central Network
C-LAN
Switch
Panorama
Central
Station
16 Patient
Panorama
Telemetry
Server
Display
Display
Access Points
Switch
Switch
Power Distribution
Passport 2
Passport 2
Passport 2 -
CAT5 Cables
Telepack 2.4
FIGURE 1-2 Panorama Patient Monitoring Network (ISM)
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Panorama Block Diagrams
WMTS (608 MHz) Telemetry
Printer
Panorama Central Network
C-LAN
Switch
Panorama
Central
Station
16 Patient
Wireless
Telemetry
Server
Server
Server
RF Antenna
Network
Switch
Panorama Wireless Transceiver
Coax
Cable
Passport 2
Passport 2
Coax
Cable
RF
Splitter
RF
Splitter
Panorama
Antenna
Spectrum Telepack
FIGURE 1-3 Panorama Patient Monitoring Network (WMTS)
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Instrument Description
1.3
System Modules, Components, and Peripherals
1.3.1
Panorama Central Station
The Panorama Central Station contains the Panorama Patient Monitoring Network
application software, operating system, patient data processing, and data storage
components.
The application software is stored on the system hard drive within the Panorama Central
Station. A separate hard drive stores patient historical data.
Monitors (LCD, CRT) provide a graphic display of patient waveforms and other data.
1.3.2
Network Laser Printer
A network laser printer provides ECG Strip and Patient Report printouts. One Panorama
Central Station is capable of supporting up to two printers.
The following network printers are approved for use with the Panorama Central Station:
• HP®4050N
• HP4100N
• HP4200N
1.3.3
Keyboard, Video, and Mouse (KVM) Extender
The KVM Extender allows display monitors, speakers, and mouse to be located away from
the Panorama Central Station. The KVM Extender consists of a transmitter and receiver
connected via CAT5 cable. The transmitter is located at the Central Station location, and the
receiver is located at the display monitor location. Data signals are carried by CAT5 Ethernet
cable and link the Central Station with the display monitor(s). The extenders can be located
up to a maximum of 400 ft. (122 m.) [cable distance] away from the nurses’ station.
1.3.4
Network Switches
Switches route data from bedside monitors and telemetry servers and transfer the data to the
Panorama Central Station.
Switches facilitate Central Station-to-Central Station communication, and communication to a
network laser printer.
1.3.5
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
UPS provides battery backup during a power outage and limited AC surge protection for all
Panorama Central Station components (except for a laser printer).
1.3.6
Speakers
Speakers provide audio from the Panorama Central Station (i.e., they plug directly into the
Central Station or the KVM extender).
1.3.7
Access Point (2.4 GHz Telemetry only)
The Access Point collects patient data transmitted from the bedside monitors and telepacks.
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Bedside Monitors
1.4
Bedside Monitors
1.4.1
Passport 2® (Monitors)
The Passport 2 monitor is a four-trace vital-signs monitor that can be mounted on a rolling
stand, wall mount bracket, or tabletop. You can monitor the following patient parameters:
• ECG, ST (optional)
• Invasive (optional) and Non-Invasive Blood Pressure
• SpO2
• Respiration Rate
• Temperature, Arrhythmia (optional)
• Gases (optional)
• CO2 (optional)
For additional information on the Passport 2 monitor, refer to the Passport 2 Operating
Instructions manual.
1.4.2
Spectrum™
The Spectrum monitor is a four-trace vital-signs monitor that can be mounted on a rolling
stand, wall mount bracket, or tabletop. You can monitor the following patient parameters:
• ECG, ST (optional)
• Invasive (optional) and Non-Invasive Blood Pressure
• SpO2
• Respiration Rate
• Temperature, Arrhythmia (optional)
• Gases (optional)
• CO2 (optional)
• 12 Lead ECG (optional) - hardwire only
• Cardiac Output (optional)
• Drug Calcs
For additional information on the Spectrum monitor, refer to the Spectrum Operating
Instructions manual.
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1.5
Instrument Description
Theory of Operation
The Panorama Central Station is a 16-patient channel, medical monitoring system. The
station’s design and monitor are based on an ATX computer architecture. Basic system data
processing configuration includes an ATX computer, a CRT display with Touch Screen, and
an Ethernet distribution system.
CAUTION:
1.5.1
Software is written directly to some of the PC boards within
the tower. Replacement of the PC boards with off-the-shelf
PC boards may compromise the proper operation of the
Central Station.
Panorama Central Station and Wireless Telemetry Server
Each of the Panorama Central Station’s hardware/software items (e.g., hard drives, controls,
etc.,) are identified and detailed below. Functionality and connectivity for each component
and/or peripheral is mentioned where appropriate. Specified for each is its contribution(s) to
either the overall Panorama Patient Monitoring Network and/or to data management
operations designated by system architecture for the Central Station module.
Cases are the same for the Central Station and the Telemetry Server with the exception of the
network connections. These connections are labeled specifically for telemetry, patient, and
central networks.
Software versions 6.X and 7.X are only compatible with the tower case or 4U case.
Software versions 8.X and above are only compatible with the 2U case.
Refer to Figure 1-4 for an internal, side view of the Central Station Tower. Refer to Figures
1-5 and 1-6 for views of the Central Station 2U chassis and wireless telemetry server.
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8
J29
9
2
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3
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J19
5
J17
J54
J30
J16
J15
BT1
6
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FIGURE 1-4 Panorama Central Station Tower (Internal Side View)
1. Power Supply
7. CD-ROM Drive
2. Motherboard
8. System Hard Drive
3. AGP Display Board
9. Floppy Drive
4. Serial Touch Screen Board
10. Disclosure Hard Drive(s)
5. Network Interface Card
11. TIM PCI Board (WMTS Wireless only)
6. Raid Controller
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VGA Card
Riser Card
Motherboard
Power Supply
System Hard drive
Disclosure Hard drive
CDRW drive
Floppy drive
FIGURE 1-5 2U Central Station and View-Only Workstation
Telemetry Network
Interface Card
VGA Card
TIM PCI Card
Riser Card
Motherboard
Power Supply
System Hard drive
CDRW drive
Floppy drive
FIGURE 1-6 2U Telemetry Server
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1.5.1.1
Theory of Operation
Motherboard
The motherboard is the physical platform on which the computer’s electronic circuitry and
processors reside. The computer’s Central Processing Unit (CPU) is docked on the
motherboard. The CPU executes the Panorama Patient Monitoring Network proprietary
software. The following components also reside on the motherboard:
• Random Access Memory (RAM)
• Read Only Memory, Basic Input/Output System (ROM BIOS)
• Associated Processing Logic
• Audio Circuit
• EIDE controller for 3.5” floppy drive and system hard drives
• Patient/Central Network Interfaces
• Mouse and keyboard controllers
1.5.1.2
Connected to the Motherboard via PCI connectors:
• RAID Controller Card (Tower cases and 4U Central Station only)
• Patient Network/Telemetry Network Interface Card (Tower cases, 2U Server and 4U
Central Station only)
• Serial Interface Card Tower cases and 4U Central Station only)
• AGP Graphics Display Card (Tower cases and 4U Central Station only)
• TIM PCI Card (Tower Wireless Telementry Servers only)
• Riser Card (2U Central cases and 2U Panorama Telemetry Server only)
1.5.1.3
Connected to the Riser Card (2U Cases only)
• Telemetry Network Interface Card (Panorama Telemetry Server only)
• TIM PCI Card (Panorama Telemetry Server only)
• AGP Graphics Display Card
1.5.1.4
System Hard Drive Assembly
The system hard drive stores the Operating System (Windows NT®) and Panorama
application software. It is controlled by EIDE controller circuitry on the motherboard.
1.5.1.5
CD-ROM Drive
The CD-ROM drive is used to load software and to copy error logs. It is housed in a
removable drive tray.
1.5.1.5.1
RAID Controller Card (Tower Cases and 4U Central Station only)
The RAID Controller Card sits in the J15 slot on the motherboard. It controls the two (2)
disclosure hard drives.
1.5.1.5.2
Panorama Patient Network Interface Card
The Panorama Patient Network Interface Card (NIC) sits in the J16 slot on the motherboard.
It provides a 100 Mbps Ethernet interface for the Panorama Patient Network.
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Instrument Description
Serial Interface Card (Tower Cases and 4U Central Station only)
The Serial Interface Card sits in the J17 slot on the motherboard. It provides connection to the
Touch Screen inputs on the monitors.
1.5.1.5.4
AGP Graphics Display Card
The AGP Graphics Display card sits in the J19 slot on the motherboard. There are two
versions of the graphic display card. The first version has two HD-15 connectors. The second
version has one DVI connector and one HD-15 connector. The second version requires the
use of a DVI-to-HD-15 adapter. These connectors are cabled to the display monitors.
1.5.1.6
ATX Power Supply
The ATX switching Power Supply provides power for all electronic assemblies within the
Panorama Central Station. Regulated voltages are +5, -5, +12, and -12 Volts. The power
supply has a universal AC input and is rated for 300 Watts (minimum).
1.5.1.7
Disclosure Hard Drives (Central Stations Only)
Tower Cases and 4U Central Stations
Two disclosure hard drives store all patient data. The RAID controller card controls these
drives.
2U Central Station
One disclosure hard drive stores all patient data. The IDE controller on the motherboard
controls the hard drive.
1.5.1.8
3.5” Floppy Drive
A Diskette Drive is used for running diagnostic software and uploading software. It is
controlled by Diskette Drive controller circuitry on the motherboard.
1.5.1.9
1.5.1.9.1
Central Station Displays
LCD Display
All text and graphics are displayed on the LCD screen. The unit is powered from an external
AC power supply. Graphics information is transmitted through a graphics cable from an AGP
Graphics Card.
1.5.1.9.2
CRT Display
All text and graphics are displayed on the CRT screen. The display assembly contains the
cathode ray tube and the associated sweep boards. The unit is powered from the AC line
and contains its own fuse. Graphics information is transmitted through a graphics cable from
an AGP Graphics Card.
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Theory of Operation
Touch Screen
The Touch Screen consists of a flat glass plate that fits over the face of a CRT or LCD monitor
display, and is an integral part of the monitor. The Touch Screen controller is located inside
the monitor housing. A DB-9 serial cable connects each monitor to the Serial Interface Card
or Serial Port on the Panorama Central Station. The Touch Screen uses surface acoustic wave
(SAW) technology.
1.5.2.1
Principles of Operation
Surface acoustic waves (SAW) are mechanical waves that propagate in the surface of the
medium in which they are generated. The actual detection and location of a finger touch on
a SAW Touch Screen depends on the absorption of a subsection of the Touch Screen’s SAW
energy by the finger touching the screen.
The Touch Screen creates an absence of SAW energy. SAW energy is coupled to and
extracted from the Touch Screen by four identical piezoelectric transducers and a nearly
invisible array of fired-on glass-fit acoustic reflector strips around the border of a glass panel.
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2.1 Introduction .............................................................................. 2-2
2.2 Safety Precautions .................................................................... 2-2
2.3 Equipment and Special Tools Required ...................................... 2-2
2.4 Troubleshooting ........................................................................ 2-3
2.5 WMTS Telemetry ....................................................................... 2-10
2.6 Disassembly Instructions ........................................................... 2-13
2.7 Assembly Instructions ............................................................... 2-21
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Introduction
This section provides the necessary technical information to perform repairs to the system.
The most important prerequisites for effective troubleshooting are a thorough understanding
of the system functions and the theory of operation. If necessary, refer to the appropriate
Panorama Patient Monitoring Network Operating Instructions Manual (P/N 0070-00-XXXXXX), which describes instrument functions and features in full detail.
2.2
Safety Precautions
In the event the instrument covers are removed, make certain you observe the following
warnings and general guidelines:
• Do not short component leads together.
• Observe proper ANTI-STATIC precautions.
2.3
Equipment and Special Tools Required
You will need the following equipment and/or special tools when performing repairs on the
system:
• Anti-Static Wrist Strap
• Anti-Static Mat
• #1 Phillips Screwdriver
• #2 Phillips Screwdriver
• Slotted Screwdriver
• Laptop Computer with 100MB Network Interface Card
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
The Central Station’s components can be separated into four (4) sections:
• Central Station and Displays
• Networks (Central, Patient, and Wireless)
• Bedside Patient Monitors
• Telemetry Devices
During the Central Station’s installation process, a configuration sheet was created to list all
IP addresses, subnet mask numbers, etc. assigned to the Central Station, Panorama Wireless
Telemetry Servers and bedside monitors. Refer to that configuration sheet if you cannot
retrieve the information from the Central Station, or Panorama Wireless Telemetry Server. If
you do not have the list, contact the Service Representative or Authorized Distributor that
installed the system. Make sure you have the serial number of the Central Station or
Panorama Wireless Telemetry Server when calling.
Prior to troubleshooting a network problem, you should check the following areas:
• All AC and DC power connections are secure.
• All Ethernet cable connections are secure.
• Affected cable runs should be tested with a cable tester for continuity.
• IP addresses
• Valid Patient Network, Central Network and Wireless Network IP addresses should be
verified.
• Bedside monitor configurations
• Wired or wireless configuration should be verified within the monitor’s installation
menu. Refer to ‘‘Bedside Monitor Communication Configuration’’ on page 6-5 of this
service manual.
• Central Station configuration
• Patient and Central network IP address configuration should be verified
• Equipment assignment/configuration should be verified within the Central Station’s
Equipment Setup Menu.
2.4.1
Central Station and Displays
The Central Station or display does not come on
1. Verify the power LED on the CRT display is ON.
2. On LCD displays, turn off the power switch and turn it back on. Verify the logo is briefly
displayed. If No Signal is displayed on the screen, no video signals are reaching the
display.
3. Verify that the cable between the display and the tower is making a good connection,
and that the connector screws are tight.
• If the problem persists, it is likely due to a problem within the tower.
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4. Verify that AC power is ON at the Central Station.
5. Reboot the Central Station. Verify that the power and hard drive LEDs are illuminated
and the fans are operating.
• If the display still does not come on, the problem is likely within the tower.
• If the hard drive LED does not illuminate, the problem is likely related to the CPU or the
motherboard.
• If the fans are not operating, the problem is likely the power supply.
The display comes on but the Central Station does not complete
“self-test”
1. Note at which point the unit stopped during the boot-up self-test (e.g., passed through
the memory check, CMOS check, Drive check).
• This may mean replacement of the Network Interface Card, the Mother PCB, or one of
the hard drives.
The unit went through self-test, but did not get to the Panorama
operating screen. It stays at the blue screen - no desktop icons
1. Clear the error and event logs (contact a Service Representative for instructions) and
save the config tool.
The mouse does not function
1. Verify that the connections at the rear of the Central Station are secure and that they are
in the appropriate locations.
2. Check connections to the KVM Extender (Transmitter & Receiver).
3. Re-power the KVM by disconnecting AC power from the transmitter and receiver.
4. Reboot the system. Is the mouse functional?
• If not, install a new PS2 mouse and reboot the system again.
5. Is the mouse functional now?
• If not, this may mean replacement of the Mother PCB.
No touch screen response
1. Verify that the connections at the rear of the Central Station are secure and that they are
in the appropriate locations.
2. Check connections to the KVM Extender (Transmitter & Receiver).
3. Re-power the KVM by disconnecting AC power from the transmitter and receiver.
4. Clean the touch screen panel.
5. Reboot the system. Is the touch screen functional?
• If not, this may mean replacement of the touch screen monitor or the touch screen
controller card.
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Laser printer does not print when requested
1. Verify and correct any error messages on the printer's Control Panel LCD.
2. Verify that the printer can print a test page using the printer's control panel menu.
3. Verify that the cable connections are secure between the printer and the Central Station.
• If there is a direct connection between the Central Station and the printer, verify a
crossover patch cable is being used.
• If a switch is installed, check the cable connections between the switch and the Central
Network connector at the rear of the Central Station. Verify the cable connection
between the printer and the switch.
4. Verify the LED is illuminated on the network interface card on the laser printer.
5. If a switch is installed, verify that the Power/Self Test LED is on (and green) at the switch.
Verify the behavior of the Packet and Status LEDs at the port in which each cable is
connected. The Status LED should be on steady green. The Status LED will flash only
while there is traffic on that port.
6. If the Status LED is not illuminated, disconnect the cable and plug it into another port.
Verify that the Packet and Status LEDs illuminate for the appropriate port.
• If all of the above are correct, the problem is likely not in the printer.
7. Verify the Central Station’s print setup is configured properly. Refer to the Panorama
Printer Configuration Guide (P/N 0070-00-0561) for proper configuration of the
printer.
2.4.2
Communication Loss From An Individual Bedside Monitor
Wired Network
1. Verify the cable connections between the switch and Central Station, and ensure the
connection at the tower is at the Patient Network connector.
2. Verify the Power LED on the switch is illuminated.
3. Verify the Port Status LED is illuminated in conjunction with the port used. If not,
disconnect the cable and plug it into another port. Verify the Port Status LED of the new
port illuminates.
4. Verify the bedside monitor is connected to the wall jack.
5. Verify the Link LED on the Comm Port on the bedside monitor is illuminated.
• If the Link LED does not illuminate, it may indicate that the Comm Port is defective.
6. Verify the "V" at the bedside monitor, which indicates communication with the Central
Station. See Figure 2-1.
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V
V
FIGURE 2-1 Bedside Monitor (Wired Network)
Wireless Network (2.4 GHz)
1. Verify that the Radio Icon is displayed on the bedside monitor. The Radio Icon indicates
the Radio Card is being detected by the monitor. See Figure 2-2.
FIGURE 2-2 Bedside Monitor (Wireless)
• If the Radio Icon is not displayed, verify that the bedside monitor is properly
configured for the wireless network.
• If the bedside monitor is configured properly, replace the radio card.
• Verify the LED on the Radio card in the bedside monitor is rapidly flashing. This
indicates the Radio card is transmitting with the Access Point. If the LED is slowly
pulsing in an on/off manner, the Radio card is not communicating with the Access
Point.
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• Verify the "1" at the bedside monitor. This indicates communication with the Access
Point.
FIGURE 2-3 Bedside Monitor (Wireless)
• The Status LED on the Access Point is blinking on/off. If the LED is steady on, steady off
or flashing irregularly, replace the Access Point.
• Verify the Wired and Wireless LAN LEDs on the Access Points. Verify the link LEDs are
on steady. Activity LEDs are flashing when there is traffic.
• Verify the Power LED is illuminated on the Power Distribution power supply. Verify 15
VDC at the output of the power distribution system.
• Verify power at the POE Modules at the Access Point and at the Panorama Wireless
Telemetry Server locations. Verify the green LED is illuminated. This indicates 15 VDC
power to the unit.
• Verify the connection of the CAT5 cable between the POE Module and the Patch
Panel.
• Verify the connections between the Patch Panel, the POE Module, the switch, and the
Power Distribution/Power Supply. Verify AC and DC power at these units and verify
the Status LEDs.
• Verify the correct connections at the Panorama Wireless Telemetry Server. The Patient
Network connection is not at the same location on the Panorama Wireless Telemetry
Server as it is on the Central Station.
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Communication Loss From All Bedside Monitors
Wired Network
1. Verify AC power to the switch(es). Verify the Power and Status LEDs on the switch(es). Reboot the switch(es).
2. Verify the Status LED for the port connecting the Central Station to the switch.
• If not illuminated, connect the patch cable to another port on the switch. If the Status
LED still does not illuminate, the problem may be with the network card in the Central
Station.
3. Verify the LEDs on the Patient Network card on the Central Station.
• If not illuminated, the network card may be defective.
Wireless Network (2.4 GHz)
1. Verify AC power to the switch. Check the Power and Status LEDs on the switch. Re-boot
the switch.
Connect a display to the Panorama Wireless Telemetry Server. Verify AC power to the
Panorama Wireless Telemetry Server.
Reboot the Server, verify if the power and hard drive LEDs are illuminated and the fans
are operating.
After the reboot, the CB configuration screen should display the following:
-
CB
X
Translator Found and is still communicating
Translator Found and is still communicating
Translator Found and is still communicating
Translator Found and is still communicating
FIGURE 2-4 CB Configuration Screen
This indicates that the Panorama Wireless Telemetry Server is communicating to an Access
Point. If nothing is displayed in the window, the Panorama Wireless Telemetry Server is not
communicating to any Access Points.
If the display still does not come on, there is a problem within the Server.
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• If the hard Drive LED does not illuminate, the problem is likely related to the CPU or the
motherboard.
• If the fans are not operating, the problem is likely the power supply.
2. Verify the LEDs on the Telemetry Network card on the Panorama Wireless Telemetry
Server.
If not illuminated, the network card may be defective.
3. Verify the Status of the Wireless Network Components.
• The Status LED on the Access Point is blinking on/off. If the LED is steady on, steady off
or flashing irregularly, replace the Access Point.
• Verify the Wired and Wireless LAN LEDs on the access Points. Verify the link LEDs are
on steady. Activity LEDs are flashing when there is traffic.
• Verify the Power LED is illuminated on the Power Distribution power supply. Verify 15
VDC at the output of the power distribution system.
• Verify power at the POE Modules at the Access Point and at the Panorama Wireless
Telemetry Server locations. Verify the green LED is illuminated. This indicates 15 VDC
power to the unit.
• Verify the connection of the CAT5 cable between the POE Module and the Patch
Panel. Switch the connection at the Patch Panel.
• Verify the connections between the Patch Panel, the POE Module, the switch, and the
Power Distribution/Power Supply. Verify power at these units and check the Status
LEDs.
• Verify the correct Ethernet cable connections at the Panorama Wireless Telemetry
Server.
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If all of the verifications are ok, it is possible to "Ping"
individual components of the system (e.g., Central Station,
bedside monitor, Panorama Wireless Telemetry Server,
Access Point). The requirement is a laptop computer with
Windows 98SE (minimum) with a 100mega-bit Network
Interface Card (NIC). The laptop has to be re-configured with
the same structure of Patient, Central, and Wireless
Network IP addresses as the Panorama System (e.g.,
7.6.6.x, 7.7.7.x and 7.8.8.x). Refer to the configuration list
with the IP addresses that was created at the time of
installation.
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2.5
WMTS Telemetry
2.5.1
Individual Device (Telepack)
1. Verify the device ID of the Telepack is entered to the Central Station's equipment list.
2. Connect all leads to an ECG simulator and then install two (2) new “AA” batteries into
the Telepack.
Once batteries are installed, verify that the LED display powers up in the following
sequence:
• LA
• RA
• All connected leads
• Link status and battery status
If the device did not power up in the preceding sequence:
1. Press the test button on the transmitter. If the Link Status LED and/or Battery LED do not
illuminate, that indicates a fault within the transmitter. The transmitter should be removed
from service.
2. If, however, after pressing the test button, the LED display illuminated in the following
sequence: LA, RA, LL, then that indicates the transmitter has not been programmed. Refer
to the operator’s manual 0070-00-0632-XX for instructions on programming the
Telepack.
2.5.2
System Wide Problem
Panorama Wireless Transceiver
Check the status LEDs on the Panorama Wireless Transceiver.
If the Fault LED (red) is illuminated, this indicates an internal error has occurred within the
TIM. The TIM must be rebooted to clear the error.
If the Power (green) and Configured (yellow) LEDs are not illuminated, check if AC power is
connected. If power is connected, disconnect the AC cord and check the fuse in the power
entry module. Reboot the Panorama Wireless Transceiver and check the status of the LEDs.
If the Power (green) and Configured (yellow) LEDs are illuminated, check the power LED on
the antennas. If the LED is not illuminated on the antennas, this indicates that no 9 VDC is
being provided by the Panorama Wireless Transceiver to the antenna grid. Each branch of
the antenna grid (Main and Diversity) has its own 9 VDC source. Check the output of each
branch at the BNC connector for 9 VDC. If either branch is less than 9 VDC, leave the
branch disconnected for a short period of time until the 9 VDC level returns. If the 9 VDC
does not return to normal, reboot the Server and measure again.
After rebooting and reconnecting the antennas, the antenna grid again loses 9 VDC, there
may be a short in the antenna system or the there is a problem within the Panorama Wireless
Transceiver.
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WMTS Telemetry
Panorama Wireless Telemetry Server
If the Server is configured properly and communicating with the Central Station, the Server
displays the following text.
Waiting for green signal from OSC
CB Server Created
FIGURE 2-5 Confirmation of Server Configuration
If the ‘‘CB Server Created’’message does not appear, the Server is not communicating with
the Central Station. Check the cabling between the Server and the Central Station. Using a
laptop computer, "Ping" the individual devices via the Patient Network (ELAN) to verify
proper communication. If an individual device cannot be reached via the LAN, troubleshoot
the problem.
If the Panorama Wireless Telemetry Server is communicating with the telemetry devices, and
the telemetry devices are properly programmed and assigned to the equipment list, the
Server displays the following text.
Waiting for green signal from OSC
CB Server Created
WMTS Telepack Translator Initialized
WMTS Telepack Translator Initialized
WMTS Telepack Translator Initialized
FIGURE 2-6 Confirmation of Communications with Telemetry Devices
If the "WMTS Telepack Translator Initialized" message does not appear, the telemetry device
may not be in the Central Station's equipment list or the Server WMTS devices file.
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If the telemetry devices are communicating with the Central Station, the Server displays the
following text.
Waiting for green signal from OSC
CB Server Created
WMTS Telepack Translator Initialized
WMTS Telepack Translator Initialized
WMTS Telepack Translator Initialized
FIGURE 2-7 Confirmation of Communications with Central Station
Verify that each bedside monitor is displayed on the Central Station.
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Disassembly Instructions
This section provides information to assist the technician in disassembly and removal of
individual components for replacement.
The monitors and network switches do not contain any user-replaceable parts and are
serviced on an exchange or replacement basis.
1
7
8
J29
9
2
10
3
4
J19
5
J17
J54
J30
J16
J15
BT1
12
6
11
FIGURE 2-8 Central Station Tower (Internal Side View)
1. Power Supply
7. CD-ROM Drive
2. Motherboard
8. System Hard Drive
3. AGP Display Board
9. Floppy Disk Drive
4. Serial Touch Screen Board
10. Disclosure Hard Drive(s)
5. Network Interface Card
11. TIM PCI Board
6. RAID Controller
12. CMOS Battery
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VGA Card
Riser Card
Motherboard
Power Supply
System Hard drive
Disclosure Hard drive
CDRW drive
Floppy drive
FIGURE 2-9 2U Central Station and View-Only Workstation
Telemetry Network
Interface Card
VGA Card
TIM PCI Card
Riser Card
Motherboard
Power Supply
System Hard drive
CDRW drive
Floppy drive
FIGURE 2-10 2U Telemetry Server
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Disassembly Instructions
Top Cover Removal
Tower Case
1. Depending on the case style, remove the four (4) or six (6) screws on the rear of the
Central Station chassis.
2. Slide the cover toward the rear and lift off.
4U Case
1. Remove the thumb screw from the rear of the case.
2. Lift off the top cover.
3. Remove the eight (8) screws securing the cover plate.
4. Remove the cover plate.
2U Case
1. Remove the four (4) screws securing the top cover (2 on each side).
2. Lift off the top cover.
2.6.2
Front Panel Removal (Tower Case Only)
Grab the panel in the opening at the bottom and lift up and away from the chassis.
2.6.3
Power Supply Removal
Tower Case
1. Disconnect the power connector to the motherboard (J29).
2. Disconnect the power connectors from the floppy drive, auxiliary fan, system hard drive,
and disclosure hard drives.
3. Remove the four (4) or six (6) screws securing the power supply to the rear of
the chassis.
2U Case
1. Disconnect the ATX power connector from the motherboard.
2. Disconnect the DC power connectors from all the hard drives, CD-ROM and floppy
drives.
3. Remove the three (3) screws securing the supply to the rear panel.
4. Remove the two screws securing the supply to the inside of the chassis.
5. Remove the power supply. Cut tie-wraps as necessary.
4U Central Station
1. Disconnect the ATX power connector from the motherboard.
2. Disconnect the DC power connectors from all the hard drives, CD-ROM and Floppy
drives.
3. Remove the four (4) screws securing the supply to the rear panel.
4. Remove the power supply. Cut tie-wraps as necessary.
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PC Board and/or Riser Board Removal
Tower Cases (No Riser Board)
1. Remove the screw securing the board to the chassis.
2. Lift the board out of its PCI or AGP slot.
2U Central Cases
1. Remove the screw securing the board to the chassis. (Use the holes on the side of the
chassis to access the screw).
2. Remove the two (2) screws securing the Riser card to the stiffener bar.
3. Remove the screw securing the stiffener bar and lift out the bar.
4. Remove the two (2) screws securing the TIM PCI card to the chassis (WMTS - Wireless
Telemetry Server Only).
4U Central Cases
1. Remove the screws securing the retaining bridge and remove the bridge.
2. Remove the screw securing the board to the chassis.
3. Lift out the PC board from the PCI or AGP slot on the motherboard.
Riser Board Removal (Central Stations, View-Only Workstations and
Telemetry Servers).
1. Remove the screw for each board attached to the riser board. Use the holes on the side
of the chassis to access the screws.
2. Remove each board from the riser.
2.6.5
Auxiliary Fan Removal (Tower Case Only)
1. Disconnect the DC power connector from the power supply harness.
2. Remove the four (4) screws securing the fan to the rear of the chassis.
2.6.6
Motherboard Removal
Pentium II Motherboard
1. Remove the DC power connector (from the power supply) from J29.
2. Remove all PC boards from the PCI and AGP connectors.
3. Disconnect all ribbon cables from the primary IDE (J30), secondary IDE (J31) and
Floppy Drive (J27) connectors.
4. Disconnect the Power Switch (J54), HD LED (J54), Reset Switch (J43), Speaker (J54), and
Power LED (J54) connectors from the motherboard.
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5. Remove the four (4) screws securing the motherboard mounting plate to the chassis. Pull
the mounting plate out of the chassis.
6. Remove the ten (10) screws securing the motherboard to the mounting plate.
7. Remove the motherboard from the mounting plate.
Pentium IV Motherboard (2U Central Stations)
1. Remove the DC power connector from J10 on the motherboard.
2. Remove the power connector from J12 on the motherboard.
3. Remove all PC cards from the motherboard and Riser card.
4. Remove the ribbon cables from the IDE1, IDE2 and FDD1 connectors.
5. Disconnect the cables from J20 (System Function Connector).
6. Disconnect the ribbon cables (coming from the serial ports) from J11, J15 and J16.
7. Remove the screws securing the motherboard to the chassis.
8. Remove the motherboard.
2.6.7
System HardDrive Removal
Tower Case
1. Remove the four (4) screws (two on either side) securing the hard drive to the drive rack.
2. Disconnect the power connectors and ribbon cables from the drive(s).
3. Pull the system drive tray out through the front of the chassis.
2U Central Station and 2U Telemetry Server
1. Remove the ribbon and DC power cables from the hard drive.
2. Remove the two screws securing the Hard Drive bracket. Pull the bracket towards the
rear of the chassis.
3. Remove the screws securing the hard drive to the bracket. Remove the hard drive.
4U Central Station
1. Remove the ribbon and DC power cables from the hard drive.
2. Remove the four (4) screws from the CDRW and Full Disclosure drive brackets.
3. Remove the two screws securing the Hard Drive bracket. Pull the bracket towards the
rear of the chassis.
4. Remove the screws securing the hard drive to the bracket. Remove the hard drive.
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Floppy Drive and Disclosure Hard Drive(s) Removal
Tower Case
1. Remove the three (3) screws securing the 3.5-inch drive rack to the front of the chassis.
2. Loosen the screws securing the cable retainer bracket to the hard drive. Remove the
cable retainer bracket.
3. Loosen the screws securing the cable retainer bracket to the floppy drive. Remove the
cable retainer bracket.
4. Disconnect the power connectors and ribbon cables from the drive(s).
5. Press up on the locking tab and pull the drive rack out through the front of the chassis.
2U Central Station and 2U Telemetry Server
1. Remove the ribbon and DC power cables from the drive(s).
2. Remove the five (5) screws from the CDROM/Floppy Drive bracket.
3. Remove the two (2) screws from the Full Disclosure drive bracket. Slide the bracket
towards the rear of the chassis. Remove the bracket from the chassis.
4. Remove the screws securing the drive to the bracket. Remove the drive.
4U Central Station
1. Remove the ribbon and DC power cables from the drive(s).
2. Remove the four (4) screws from the CDROM/Floppy Drive and Full Disclosure drive
brackets. Remove the bracket from the chassis.
3. Remove the screws securing the drive to the bracket. Remove the drive.
2.6.9
CD-ROM Drive Removal
Tower Case
1. Remove the four (4) screws (two on either side) securing the drive to the drive rack.
2. Pull the drive out of the drive rack.
2U Central Station and 2U Telemetry Server
1. Remove the ribbon and DC power cables from the drive(s).
2. Remove the four (4) screws from the CDROM/Floppy Drive and Full Disclosure drive
brackets. Remove the bracket from the chassis.
3. Remove the screws securing the drive to the bracket. Remove the drive.
4U Central Station
1. Remove the ribbon and DC power cables from the drive(s).
2. Remove the four (4) screws from the CDROM/Floppy Drive brackets. Remove the
bracket from the chassis.
3. Remove the screws securing the drive to the bracket. Remove the drive.
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Disassembly Instructions
Panorama Wireless Transceiver (WMTS Telemetry Only)
Before disassembling the unit, perform the following:
1. Power down the system and disconnect the AC line cord.
2. Remove all interface cables from the rear of the Panorama Wireless Transceiver.
3. Perform all work on a properly grounded, anti-static work area.
4. Discharge the static voltage from your body by wearing a grounded, anti-static wrist
strap.
5. Minimize the handling of static-sensitive components.
6. Store static-sensitive components in their original containers or in anti-static bags.
Refer to Figure 2-11 on page 2-19 for component locations.
6
10
5
10
9
9
2
1
8
7
3
4
8
FIGURE 2-11 Panorama Wireless Transceiver Components (Internal Top View)
1. Main RF Connector
6. AC Input Connector
2. Diversity RF Connector
7. Top Cover Screws (20)
3. 9 VDC Connector
8. TIM PCB Screws (11)
4. 5/12 VDC Connector
9. Fan Screws (4)
5. LED Connector
10. Power Supply Screws (4)
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Top Cover Removal
1. Disconnect all interface cables from the rear of the Panorama Wireless Transceiver.
2. Disconnect the coax cables from the front of the Panorama Wireless Transceiver.
3. If necessary, remove the Panorama Wireless Transceiver from the equipment rack.
4. Remove the 20 screws securing the top cover. This will expose the Panorama Wireless
Transceiver board, power supply, and cooling fan.
2.6.10.1
Fan Removal
1. Remove the four (4) screws securing the fan to the chassis.
2. Disconnect the AC power wires from the fan (quick disconnect tabs).
3. Remove the fan from the chassis.
2.6.10.2
Power Supply Removal
1. Disconnect the AC power input cable from the power supply.
2. Disconnect the 5/12 VDC power connector.
3. Disconnect the 9 VDC power connector.
4. Remove the four (4) screws securing the power supply to the chassis.
5. Remove the power supply from the chassis.
2.6.10.3
Panorama Wireless Transceiver Board Removal
1. Disconnect the LED Connector from the board.
2. Disconnect the Main and Diversity RF connectors from the board.
3. Disconnect the red and black wires from the 9 VDC power connector.
4. Disconnect the 5/12 VDC connector from the board.
5. Remove the 11 screws securing the board to the chassis.
6. Remove the Panorama Wireless Transceiver board from the chassis.
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Assembly Instructions
This section provides information to assist the technician in re-assembling components of the
Panorama Wireless Transceiver. If necessary, see Figures 2-8 and 2-9 for reference.
2.7.1
Panorama Wireless Transceiver (WMTS Only)
2.7.1.1
Fan
1. Connect the two (2) black wires to the tabs on the fan.
2. Secure the fan to the chassis with the four (4) screws.
2.7.1.2
Power Supply
1. Secure the power supply to the chassis with the four (4) screws.
2. Connect the AC power input cable.
3. Connect the 5/12 VDC power connector.
4. Connect the 9 VDC power connector.
2.7.1.3
Panorama Wireless Transceiver Board
1. Secure the board to the chassis with the 11 screws.
2. Connect the LED Connector to the board.
3. Connect the Main and Diversity RF connectors to the board.
4. Connect the red and black wires to the 9 VDC power connector.
5. Connect the 5/12 VDC connector to the board.
2.7.2
Central Station and Telemetry Servers
2.7.2.1
Motherboard
Tower Cases, 4U Central Stations and 2U Telemetry Servers
1. Mount the motherboard to the motherboard mounting plate using ten (10) screws.
2. Install the mounting plate into the chassis and secure with four (4) screws.
3. Connect the power connector from the power supply to J29.
4. If necessary, install the microprocessor into U10 and connect the fan into J24 and the
four 128 MB SDRAM chips into U16, U17, U18 and U70.
5. Plug in the PC boards into the PCI and AGP slots on the motherboard.
6. Connect the SPEAKER wires (Red/Black twisted pair) to J54- Black to pin 23 and red to
pin 26.
7. Connect the POWER LED wire (black and green wires) to J54- Black to pin 17 and
green to pin 19.
8. Connect the HARD DRIVE LED wires (black and red wires) to J54 - Black to pin 14 and
red to pin 15.
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9. Connect the RESET SWITCH wires (white and black wires) to J43 - Polarity does not
matter.
10. Connect the POWER SWITCH wires (black and brown wires) to J54 - Black to pin 8 and
brown to pin 9.
Verify the four (4) dip switches of SW1 are set as follows: 1- ON, 2-OFF, 3- OFF, 4- ON.
2U Central Station
1. Secure the motherboard to the chassis using 10 screws.
2. Connect the ATX power supply connector to J10 on the motherboard.
3. Connect the ATX 12 V power connector to J12 on the motherboard.
4. Connect the 40-pin ribbon cable from the CDROM drive to the IDE2 connector.
5. Connect the 40-pin ribbon cable from the hard drives to the IDE1 connector.
6. Connect the 34-pin ribbon cable from the Floppy drive to the FDD1 connector.
7. Connect the ribbon cable from P0 serial port to J15 on the motherboard.
8. Connect the ribbon cable from P1 serial port to J16 on the motherboard.
9. Connect the ribbon cable from the unmarked serial port to J11 on the motherboard.
10. Connect the speaker connector to pins 1-4 (red to pin 1) on J20.
11. Connect the green LED connector to pins 11-13 (green to pin 11) on J20.
12. Connect the power switch connector to pins 7 and 17 (blue to pin 7) on J20.
13. Connect the reset switch connector to pins 9 and 19 (red to pin 9) on J20.
14. Connect the red LED connector to pins 10 and 20 (black to pin 10) on J20.
2.7.2.2
PC Boards
Tower Cases (Pentium II Motherboards)
1. Plug each PC board into its assigned PCI or AGP slot on the motherboard:
• AGP Display Board into J19
• Serial Controller Board into J17
• Network Interface Board into J16
• RAID Controller Board into J15
• TIM PCI Board into J14
2U and 4U Chassis
• Reinstall the riser card.
• Secure the riser card to the chassis with the appropriate screws.
• Plug the individual PC cards into the riser board.
• Refer to Figure 2-12 for proper location of each board.
• Secure each PC card to the chassis with one screw.
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Central
Network
Patient
Network
4U Central Station
VGA
Card
2U Central Station
Network
Interface
Card
Quad I/O
Card
Serial Port
Adapter
Serial Port
Adapter
VGA
Card
Network
Interface
Card
Telemetry Server
Telemetry
Network
Patient
Network
TIM
PCI
Card
VGA
Card
FIGURE 2-12 PC Board Locations
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Repair Information
Power Supply
Tower Cases
1. Secure the power supply to the rear of the chassis with four (4) screws.
2. Connect the power connector from the power supply to J29 on the motherboard.
3. Plug a power connector onto each hard drive and into the floppy drive.
2U Central and 2U Server
1. Connect the ATX power connector to the motherboard.
2. Connect the DC power connectors to all the hard drives, CDROM and floppy drives.
3. Secure the supply to the inside of the chassis with the two screws.
4. Secure the supply to the rear panel with three screws. Use tie-wraps as necessary to
dress the cables.
4U Central Station
1. Connect the ATX power connector to the motherboard.
2. Connect the DC power connectors to all the hard drives, CDROM and floppy drives.
3. Secure the supply to the rear panel with the four (4) screws.
4. Use tie-wraps as necessary to dress the cables.
2.7.3
Drive Replacement
2.7.3.1
Floppy Drive and Disclosure Hard Drive(s)
Tower Cases (Pentium II Motherboards)
1. Install the replacement drive into the drive rack.
2. Connect the power and ribbon cables to the rear of the drive.
3. Slide the drive rack into the front of the chassis. Secure the drive rack with three (3)
screws.
4. Connect the power connectors and ribbon cables to the drives.
5. Install a cable retainer bracket to each of the drives.
6. Tighten the screws that secure the cable retainer brackets.
NOTE:
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drives, the Array must be created and formatted. Follow the
instructions in section 2.7.7.
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CD-ROM Drive and System Hard Drive
Tower Cases
1. Install the replacement drive into the chassis.
2. Connect the power and ribbon cables to the rear of the drive.
3. Secure the drive to the chassis with the four (4) screws (two on either side).
2U Central and 2U Server
1. Install the drive into the hard drive bracket and secure with two screws.
2. Install the bracket back into the chassis.
3. Secure the hard drive bracket to the chassis with the two screws.
4. Connect the ribbon and DC power cables to the hard drive.
4U Central Station (System Hard Drive)
1. Install the System hard drive into the hard drive bracket and secure with the four screws.
2. Install the hard drive bracket into the chassis and secure with two screws.
3. Connect the ribbon and DC power cables to the hard drive.
4U Central Station (CD-ROM and Floppy Drive)
1. Install the CDROM and Floppy drive into the drive bracket and secure each with the four
screws.
2. Install the hard drive bracket into the chassis and secure with four screws.
3. Connect the ribbon and DC power cables to the CD-ROM and Floppy drive.
4U Central Station (Full Disclosure Drives)
1. Install each Disclosure drive into the hard drive bracket and secure with the four screws.
2. Install the hard drive bracket into the chassis and secure with four screws.
3. Connect the ribbon and DC power cables to the hard drive.
2.7.4
Auxiliary Fan
Tower Cases (Pentium II Motherboards)
1. Connect the DC power connector to the fan.
2. Verify that the label on the fan is facing the rear of the chassis, which indicates the
airflow is blowing out.
3. Secure the fan to the rear chassis with the four (4) screws.
2.7.5
CMOS Battery Replacement (BT1)
Locate and remove the existing battery from the motherboard and replace it with a new CR
2032 battery (3V). The positive terminal (+) should be visible. After battery replacement,
verify/set up the CMOS per the Panorama Motherboard CMOS Setup/Verification
information on page 7-2.
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Repair Information
Closing the Unit
Tower Cases (Pentium II Motherboards)
1. Depending on the case style install the top and side covers and secure it with four (4) or
six (6) screws.
2. Install the EMI shield onto the front cover and snap the front cover onto the chassis.
2.7.7
Rebooting and Testing the System
1. Reconnect the cables to the Central Station, except for the Patient Network and Central
Network (CAT 5) cables. See the section, “Connections and Configuration”, in this
manual.
NOTE:
Do not turn on the system without the Quad I/O serial cable
(P/N 0012-00-1257) connected to the Central Station (only
applies to Tower Cases).
2. Install the keyboard and mouse. Turn the monitor and tower on.
3. If the system hard drive has been replaced, the operating software must be reloaded.
Use the instructions included with the system software CDs to load the software and
configure the system. If the instructions are not available, contact your local Service
Representative or Technical Support Department.
NOTE:
There are separate versions of software for the Central
Station and Panorama Wireless Telemetry Server.
4. If one or both of the full disclosure drives have been replaced, the system performs a
selftest and eventually stops at the FastTrak66™ Bios Version Screen (shown below).
NOTE:
Step 4 only applies to Tower Cases (software revision 7.XX
and below).
NOTE:
If a drive has not been replaced, skip to step 6.
FastTrac66 ? Bios Version 1.30 (Build 2)
? 1995-2000 Promise Technology, Inc. All Rights Reserved
No Array is defined厖
厖
厖
厖
厖
.
Press <Ctrl-F> to enter FastBuild ? Utility or
Press <ESC> to continue booting
FIGURE 2-13 FastTrac66 Bios Version Screen
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If a drive has been replaced, you must create a new Array.
a. Simultaneously press the Ctrl and F keys. The Main Menu appears.
FastBuild ? Utility 1.3 ? 1996-00 Promise Technology, Inc.
[ Main Menu ]
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
Auto Setup
View Drive Assignments
Define Array
Delete Array
Rebuild Array
Controller Configuration
FIGURE 2-14 FastBuild Utility Main Menu
b. Press [ 1 ] Auto Setup. The Auto Setup Options Menu appears.
FastBuild ? Utility 1.3 ? 1996-00 Promise Technology, Inc.
[ Auto Setup Options Menu ]
Optimize Array for:
Typical Application to use:
Performance
Desktop
[ Array Setup Configuration ]
Mode 厖 厖 厖 厖 厖 厖 厖 厖 厖 厖 Stripe
Spare Drive 厖 厖 厖 厖 厖 厖 厖 ? 厖 .0
Drives(s) Used in Array 厖 厖 厖 厖 厖 ? ? ..2
Array Disk Capacity (size in MB) 厖 厖 厖 ...厖 152638
FIGURE 2-15 Auto Setup Options Menu
c. Simultaneously Press the Ctrl and Y keys to save. If the Array has been successfully
created, a message appears in the center of the Array Setup Configuration screen.
FastBuild ? Utility 1.3 ? 1996-00 Promise Technology, Inc.
[ Auto Setup Options Menu ]
Optimize Array for:
Typical Application to use:
Performance
Desktop
[ Array Setup Configuration ]
Mode 厖 厖
Spare Drive厖
厖
厖
厖
厖
厖
厖
厖
厖
厖
Stripe
? ? ..
厖 ...厖
52638
Array has been created
<Press Any Key to REBOOT>
Drives(s) Used in A 厖 厖 厖 厖
Array Disk Capacity (size in MB) 厖
厖
厖
FIGURE 2-16 Array Setup Configuration Screen
After the array is successfully completed, it still must be formatted and configured.
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5. Press any key to reboot the system.
Formatting the Disclosure Drive
1. Enter the Maintenance Mode on the Panorama Central Station by holding down the
Shift key after the Microsoft Windows NT Version banner is displayed on the blue
screen (see below).
Microsoft ? Windows NT ® Version 4.0 Build 1381: Service Pack (6)
1 System Processor [512 MB Memory]
FIGURE 2-17 Windows Version Banner
Continue holding the Shift key until the Logon Information window is displayed.
2. Log on with the following User name and Password:
LOGON INFORMATION
User name:
swadmin
Password:
dscpswadmin
3. Click OK.
4. Click OK on the Registry Editor window.
The Windows Desktop should now display on the monitor.
Partition and Format Disk 1 (Disclosure Hard Drive)
Run the Administrator Tool Disk Administrator.
1. Press Start in the lower left corner of the display.
2. Select Programs.
3. Select Administrative Tools.
4. Select Disk Administrator. A Disk Administrator information window appears on the
screen.
5. Press OK to update the System Configuration. A Confirmation information window
appears.
6. Select Yes to write a signature on Disk 1.
a. Click on the free space area of Disk 1.
b. Go to the Partition menu, click Create.
c. Verify that the value for Create partition of size equals the full size of Disk 1
(152633 MB), then click OK.
d. Click Yes when a message appears prompting you to confirm the creation of
another primary partition because the partition could not be recognized by MSDOS.
e. On the Partition menu, click Commit Changes Now, and then click Yes to
save the changes.
f. Click OK when Disk Administrator informs you that the disks were updated
successfully and advises you to create a new Emergency Repair Disk.
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g. Select the newly-created partition.
h. On the Tools menu, click Format.
i. In the Format dialog box, select NTFS file system, and then specify the following:
• To name the partition, type ‘‘DBData’’ for the Volume Label.
• To scan for bad sectors in the partition during formatting, do a Full Format.
• Do not check the Quick Format or Enable Compression boxes in the Format
Options window.
j. Click Start to initiate the format request. A message warns you that all data on the
disk will be erased. Click OK.
k. Click OK when the Format Complete message appears. Close the format window.
The format process takes approximately 40 minutes.
l. Verify Disk 1 is properly formatted:
Disk Administrator
Partition Tools View Options Help
Disk 0
19618 MB
Disk 1
152633 MB
C:
ECSB
FAT
259 M
F:
NTSY
NTFS
510 M
E:
Applic
NTFS
2047
G:
Storag
NTFS
3334
Free S
13465
D:
DBData
NTFS
152633 MB
FIGURE 2-18 Disk Administrator Window
m. Close the Disk Administrator window.
n. Double-click the My Computer icon. Verify that Drive D: (DBData) is shared. If the
drive is not shared, right click on the drive icon. Click on Sharing (the window
below appears). Select Shared As. Verify that the Shared name is D. Verify user
limit is set to Maximum Allowed. Click on Apply to save your changes. Click on
OK to exit.
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FIGURE 2-19 DBData Properties Window
Finishing
1. Double-click on the System Config icon.
2. Press the Reset Patient Data button.
3. Press the Factory Default button.
4. Press the Save button.
Restart the Panorama
1. After configuration, return the unit to operation and verify proper communication from
the bedside monitors.
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Parts Replacement
3.1 Introduction .............................................................................. 3-2
3.2 Available Replacement Parts and Assemblies ............................ 3-2
3.3 Product Variations .................................................................... 3-2
3.4 Exchange Program ................................................................... 3-2
3.5 Parts Pricing Information .......................................................... 3-2
3.6 Ordering Information ............................................................... 3-3
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3.1
Parts Replacement
Introduction
This section of the service manual contains a list of replacement parts for the Panorama
Patient Monitoring Network.
3.2
Available Replacement Parts and Assemblies
Replacement parts at a board or assembly level are available. In most cases, individual
components on boards and assemblies are not available. Contact the Service Department or
your local authorized Service Representative for additional details.
3.3
Product Variations
Product variations, due to differences in line voltages or option differences, may require
different components. These variations are reflected, where necessary, on the parts lists.
3.4
Exchange Program
An exchange program for many circuit boards and assemblies is available. This program
provides the most expedient method of servicing the equipment. A standard charge for this
service is made. Contact the National Repair Center in Mahwah, New Jersey for details
concerning this program.
Panorama printed circuit boards make extensive use of multi-layer and surface-mount
technology. Individual component replacement is not recommended on these boards. Board
exchange or replacement is the most efficient method of repair for these types of assemblies.
Circuit board and assemblies that show evidence of improper repair techniques and that are
damaged in the process are not considered for exchange. Damaged boards are invoiced at
full value and no exchange credit is applied.
3.5
Parts Pricing Information
Current replacement parts and exchange charges are determined by contacting the Order
Entry Department.
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Ordering Information
Please follow these guidelines when ordering replacement items for the Panorama Patient
Monitoring Network.
1. Include the unit’s model and serial number.
2. Include the software part number and revision.
3. Include the part number exactly as it appears in the Parts List.
4. Include the description of the part.
NOTE:
Mindray DS USA, Inc. maintains a policy of continuous
development of product improvement and reserves the right
to change materials, specifications, and prices without
notice.
The following table lists the parts and part numbers associated with the Central Station
Tower.
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
Power Supply (2U Server, 2U Central)
0014-00-0062-01
Power Supply (Tower 4U Central)
0014-00-0214-03
AGP Display Board
0671-00-0220-02
Motherboard Pentium 4 (2U Central Station)
0671-00-0052-01
Motherboard Pentium II (4U Central Station)
0671-00-0174-02
Serial Touch Screen Board
0671-00-0179
Riser Card PCI/AGP/PCI Pentium 4 MB
0671-00-0054-01
Riser Card PCI/AGP/PCI Pentium II MB
0671-00-0054-02
Hard Drive 200 GB (Pentium 4 Central only)
0992-00-0204-10
Network Interface Card (Tower Case and
Wireless Telemetry Server)
0671-00-0178-04
RAID Controller
0671-00-0182-03
CD-RW
0992-00-0178-01
System Hard Drive
0992-00-0084-06
Floppy Disk Drive
0992-00-0121
Disclosure Hard Drive(s)
(Tower and 4U Central Stations)
0992-00-0084-06
TIM PCI Board (608 Telemetry Server only)
0670-00-0744-01
CMOS Battery
0146-00-0078
Auxiliary Fan (Tower Case Only)
0119-00-0205-01
Cable, IDE Drive
0012-00-1228
Cable, Floppy Drive
0012-00-1354
AC Power Cord (110V Domestic)
0012-25-0001
AC Power Cord (220V Intl)
0012-25-0002
AC Power Cord (220V UK)
0012-25-0003
Keyboard (PS/2)
0992-00-0108
Mouse (PS/2)
0992-00-0233-01
Cable Touchscreen
0012-00-1257
Patch Cable, 10', CAT 5E cross pinned
0012-00-1392-05
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DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
Patch Cable, 6', straight pinned
0012-00-1274-01
Patch Cable, 1', straight pinned
0012-00-1274-04
Patch Cable, 2', straight pinned
0012-00-1274-05
Patch Cable, 3', straight pinned
0012-00-1274-06
Patch Cable, 10', straight pinned
0012-00-1274-07
Cable, serial interface (touch screen)
0012-00-1306-01
Cable, audio 3.5 mm, stereo, 6'
0012-00-1310
Speakers
0992-00-0107
Telepack 608 Programming Cable
0012-00-1521-01
ESD Protector Adapter
0137-00-0001-01
Telepack 608 Programming Kit
0020-00-0485-01
Telepack 608 Programming Cable
0012-00-1521-01
3.3 volt DC Power Supply
0014-00-0066-01
Instrument Radio 608 Programming Kit
0020-00-0486-01
Instrument Radio Programming Cable
0012-00-1541-01
5.0 volt DC Power Supply
0014-00-0066-10
ESD Protector Adapter
0137-00-0001-01
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2
3
4
FIGURE 3-1 Panorama Wireless Transceiver Components (Internal Top View)
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
1
Fuse GMA 2.5A 250V
0159-00-0055-07
2
Power Supply
0014-00-0060-02
3
TIM Radio Transceiver BD
0670-00-0745-01
4
Fan
0119-00-0206
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Preventative Maintenance
5.1 Display Monitors ...................................................................... 5-2
5.2 Central Station Chassis and Wireless Telemetry Server Chassis .. 5-3
5.3 Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) ....................................... 5-4
5.4 Panorama Patient and Central Networks .................................. 5-4
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5.1
Preventative Maintenance
Display Monitors
The monitor panel and housing should be cleaned as required, but at least semi-annually.
The following internal cleaning procedures should only be performed by a trained, qualified
electronic technician.
NOTE:
Never use an abrasive glass cleaner containing highly
concentrated ammonia and strong base chemicals since
they damage the surface treatment.
WARNING: Do not clean the monitor while it is on and/or plugged in.
5.1.1
CRT Display
Turn the AC power off and unplug the AC line cord and all other cables from the rear panel.
Clean the exterior of the monitor case with a lightly moistened cloth. Do not sterilize the
monitor with gas or other sterilization procedures.
Internal Cleaning - The monitor should be vacuumed yearly (at a minimum) to minimize the
potential of an electrical short.
5.1.2
LCD Display
Clean the cabinet and controls with a lightly moistened soft cloth.
5.1.3
Care and Cleaning of the Touch Screen
For the best performance, it is recommended that the touch screen on the Panorama
display(s) be kept clean. You can use any standard glass cleaner to clean the screen. Always
remember, however, to use a cloth or towel to apply the cleaner. Glass cleaner sprayed
directly on a display could possibly leak inside a non-sealed unit and cause damage.
Remove fingerprints and stains by using a liquid lens cleaner and a soft cloth.
To prevent scratches on the front panel of the display screen, observe the following
precautions when cleaning:
• DO NOT use abrasive cleaning materials to clean a touch screen.
• DO NOT wipe a dry screen.
• DO NOT use alcohol or chlorinated hydrocarbon solvents.
• Use a fine soft-hair brush to carefully brush away dust and dirt particles.
• Use a soft sponge moistened with cleaner solution to wipe the touch screen clean.
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5.2
Central Station Chassis and Wireless Telemetry Server Chassis
Central Station Chassis and Wireless Telemetry
Server Chassis
The following internal cleaning procedures should only be performed by a trained, qualified
electronic technician.
Turn off the AC power and unplug the AC main power cord and all other cables from the
rear panel from the Panorama Central Station before attempting internal cleaning. Clean the
monitor in an area free of blowing dust, dirt, and lint.
5.2.1
Cover Removal
Using a Phillips #2 screw driver, remove the four (4) or six (6) screws holding the cover in
place. These screws are located on the back of the chassis along the cover’s edge, two per
side. Once the screws are removed, slide off the cover. Remove the front cover by grasping it
by the bottom and lifting up and out.
5.2.2
Cleaning
Use an anti-static vacuum to carefully remove accumulated dust, dirt, and lint from the various
internal surface areas. Be careful not to dislodge components, connectors, or printed circuit
boards.
5.2.3
Visual Inspection
Perform a visual check to verify that all dust, dirt, and lint has been completely removed, and
that connectors and printed circuit boards (PCBs) are properly seated.
5.2.4
Fan
If the power supply fan or the auxiliary fan is noisy or turns too slowly, replace that
component. The Power Supply should be replaced as an assembly, rather than replacing its
internal fan.
5.2.5
Motherboard Backup Battery Replacement
Locate the battery (BT1) on the motherboard. Remove the battery from its socket and install a
new battery, observing the proper polarity. The Tower's CMOS settings will probably have
reset to the manufacturer’s defaults. They must be changed to meet the requirements of
Panorama. This must be accomplished prior to returning the unit to use. See ‘‘Panorama
Motherboard CMOS Setup/Verification’’ on page 7-2.
5.2.6
Cover Replacement
Snap the front cover back on and slide the cover in place. Then, re-install the four (4) or six
(6) screws. Finally, reconnect all external cables.
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5.3
Preventative Maintenance
Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS)
The battery is designed to last for three (3) to five (5) years under normal use.
The UPS performs a self-test automatically every two (2) weeks. If the test fails, the battery
LED and remains illuminated.
If this occurs, replace the battery. Instructions for battery replacement are included with the
replacement battery. The replacement battery requires four (4) hours to reach a full charge.
5.4
Panorama Patient and Central Networks
Verify the mechanical integrity of all cables, wires, and network connections, including
bedside monitors. Replace any frayed or kinked cables. Test electrical integrity with a
network analyzer or cable tester.
Check and verify the proper operation of the Status and System LEDs on all switches.
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5.5
System Maintenance
5.5.1
Preventative Maintenance
The Preventative Maintenance procedure for the Panorama Patient Monitoring Network will
require periodic cleaning, inspection and testing. Use the following tables for each
maintenance procedure:
Display Monitors
ACTIVITY
AREA
ACTION
TECHNICAL
LEVEL
METHOD
SCHEDULE
Screen
Clean
User
See Operators
manual Section
11.2
As required
Touch
Screen
Calibrate
User
Built-in system
software
As required
Case
Clean
Bio-Medical/
Clinical Engineer
Cloth dampened
with mild
detergent*
Semi-Annually
Cables
Inspect
Bio-Medical/
Clinical Engineer
--
Semi-Annually
Central Station and Telemetry Server
ACTIVITY
AREA
ACTION
TECHNICAL LEVEL
METHOD
SCHEDULE
Cooling Fans
Clean
Bio-Medical/
Clinical Engineer
Forced air
Semi-Annually
Power Supply
Fans
Clean
Bio-Medical/
Clinical Engineer
Forced air
Semi-Annually
Floppy Drive
Clean
Bio-Medical/
Clinical Engineer
Forced air
Semi-Annually
Connections
Inspect
Bio-Medical/
Clinical Engineer
--
Semi-Annually
Case
Inspect for
damage
Bio-Medical/
Clinical Engineer
--
Semi-Annually
Laser Printers
ACTIVITY AREA
ACTION
TECHNICAL LEVEL
METHOD
SCHEDULE
Connections
Inspect
Bio-Medical/
Clinical Engineer
--
Semi-Annually
Case
Clean
Bio-Medical/
Clinical Engineer
Cloth
dampened with
water *
As required
Printing areas
Clean
Bio-Medical/
Clinical Engineer
Lint-free cloth
When toner
cartridge is
changed
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Telepacks (Ambulatory Transmitters)
ACTIVITY
AREA
ACTION
TECHNICAL
LEVEL
METHOD
FREQUENCY
Buttons
Test
User
See below
Quarterly
LEDs
Test
User
See below
Quarterly
Case
Inspect for
damage
Bio-Medical/
Clinical Engineer
--
Quarterly
Case
Cleaning
User
See Operators
manual Section
11.2
Lead sets
Inspect for
damage
User
--
Lead Sets
Cleaning
User
See Operators
manual Section
11.2
Every use
Equipment Racks
ACTIVITY AREA
ACTION
TECHNICAL LEVEL
METHOD
FREQUENCY
General
Clean
Bio-Medical/
Clinical Engineer
Vacuum area
Semi-Annually
Network Switches
(Fan)
Clean
Bio-Medical/
Clinical Engineer
Forced air
Semi-Annually,
or, as required
Cabling
Inspect
Bio-Medical/
Clinical Engineer
--
Annually
UPS
Test
Bio-Medical/
Clinical Engineer
--
Semi-Annually
Battery Replacement information
5.5.2
UNIT
BATTERY TYPE
TYPICAL LIFE
UPS
Lead Acid
3 to 5 Years (normal use)
Motherboard (CMOS)
Lithium Coin cell
10 Years
Telepack Testing
Connect the ECG leads from the Telepack to an ECG simulator.
Self Test
Insert two fresh "AA" batteries into the Telepack, following the diagram on the label on the
back of the Telepack and tighten the end cap.
The ECG Lead, Link Status, and Battery Status LEDs will illuminate for approximately five
seconds.
If the Link Status or Battery LED fails to illuminate, install new batteries.
If either LED fails to illuminate, replace the Telepack.
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Lead Wire Set and Lead LED Testing.
1. Press the Check Button.
2. Verify illumination of all connected Lead LEDs.
If one or more LEDs are not illuminated, replace the lead wire set and repeat the test.
If one or more LEDs are still not illuminated, replace the Telepack.
Lead Select Testing (3 Wire Lead Set Only)
1. Press the Lead Select button:
Verify the Lead LED pattern changes every time the Lead Select button is pressed.
If the Lead Pattern LEDs do not change, replace the Telepack.
NOTE:
This feature does not function with no lead wire set attached
or with a 5-wire lead set.
Additional Button Testing
NOTE:
The following buttons can only be tested if the Telepack has
been admitted to the system.
1. Nurse Call Button (if Nurse Call is active at the Central Station).
Press the Nurse Call button and verify the Nurse Call message is displayed on the Patient
tile for that channel.
2. Attendant Present Buttons (if Nurse Call is active at the Central Station).
Press the two Attendant Present buttons and verify the nurse call message is cleared from
the Patient Tile for that channel.
Record Button
Press the Record Button and verify a printout is completed at the Central Station for that
channel.
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Connections and Configuration
Introduction
This section of the manual covers the equipment interconnection and software configuration
for the Panorama Patient Monitoring Network.
6.1.1
Central Station Local Installation
(Monitors and Central Station located at the nurses’ station or Monitoring Room)
• Panorama Central Station(s)
• Panorama Display Monitor(s)
• External Speakers
• Laser Printer HP®4050N/HP4100N/HP4200N
• UPS
• 24 or 48 Port switch
• Shielded CAT5 Patch Cables
• 16 or 32 Port Shielded Patch Panels
6.1.2
Central Station Remote Installation
(Monitors located at the nurses’ station and Central Station and equipment rack located
away from the nurses’ station).
• Panorama Central Station(s)
• Panorama Display Monitor(s)
• External Speakers
• Laser Printer HP4050N/HP4100N/HP4200N
• UPS
• Video Extender
• 24 or 48 Port switch
• Shielded CAT5 Patch Cables
• 16 or 32 Port Shielded Patch Panels
• Equipment Rack
• 12 Port Switch
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Use the following figure as a reference for proper component connection to the Central
Station.
Licensing Key
Monitor 2
Not Used
Monitor 1
Mouse
Audio
Keyboard
C-LAN
Not Used
Serial Port1
(Comm Port 1) (VGA)
ESD Protector and
ProgrammingCable
E-LAN
Touch
Screen2
(P1)
Touch
Screen1
(PO)
FIGURE 6-1 Panorama Central Station (2U 0998-00-0700-01)
6.1.3
2.4 GHz - ISM Telemetry Installation (Wireless)
The Panorama Wireless Telemetry Server can be located at the nurses’ station along with the
Central Station or in a remote location such as a closet.
• Panorama Wireless Telemetry Server
• Instrument Transceivers
• 24 Port switch for Wireless Telemetry Network
Along with the components listed above, the Telemetry components required are:
• Wireless Network
• Access Points
• Antenna
• CAT 5 Cable (STP)
• DC Power Distribution System
6.1.4
608MHz WMTS Telemetry Installation (Wireless)
• Panorama Wireless Telemetry Server
• Antenna Network
• Antenna
• RG/RG11 Coax
• RF Splitter
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Use the following figure as a reference for proper component connection to the Telemetry
Server.
2.4 Telemetry
(WE-LAN)
Network Input
Telemetry
Network
Patient
Network
Mouse
Input
Keyboard
Input
Patient
Network
(E-LAN)
Input
LVDS
Cable
Input
VGA
Input
FIGURE 6-2 Telemetry Server (0998-00-0206-XX)
Configuring the Telemetry Server
Turn on the Telemetry Server and display(s).
Enter the Telemetry Server into the Maintenance Mode:
1. Hold down the SHIFT key on the keyboard when the Windows NT banner is displayed
on the monitor. Do not release the SHIFT key until the password Logon screen displays
on the monitor.
NOTE:
The Panorama Server boots into its regular operating mode
if no keys are held during the system reboot.
2. The Login information for the Panorama Server's password screen is:
LOGON INFORMATION
User name:
swadmin
Password:
dscpswadmin
NOTE:
If the login information is incorrectly entered, the Windows
NT login failure is displayed.
3. The Panorama Telemetry Server's Registry Editor dialog box is displayed if the
username/password has been entered correctly. Press the OK button to close the
Registry Editor dialog box and enter the Panorama Server configuration mode.
4. Click on the CB Config Icon. The CB System Configuration Window opens.
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Wireless Telemetry Configuration
ELAN IP Address
Assign the Server an appropriate ELAN IP Address (7.6.6.XXX). Verify that no other device
(Central Station, beside monitors, Telemetry Server) being assigned to the network has the
same ELAN IP Address.
WELAN IP Address
Assign the Server an appropriate WELAN IP Address (7.8.8.XXX). Verify that no other device
(Server, Access Point) being assigned to the network has the same WELAN IP Address. Enter
the WELAN IP Address into the Equipment Configuration List.
Device ID
Note the Device ID number. This will be assigned to the equipment list of the Panorama
Central Station.
608 MHz WMTS Enable
Check the option to enable the WMTS Telemetry. Leave the checkbox blank if you are using
ISM (2.4 GHz) telemetry.
608 MHz WMTS Configuration
1. Select the TIM ID number.
2. Select the Band to be used.
3. Deselect any unusable frequency.
4. Select the RF downlink to be used.
Saving the Configuration
After setting the IP addresses, press the Save and Exit button. After a few seconds, a
confirmation window appears. Press the YES button to save the settings. The system should
reboot at this point. If not,
1. Press the Start button in the lower left corner of the screen.
2. Select Shutdown.
3. Select the Shutdown the Computer option.
4. Press the Yes button to shut down the Server.
6.1.5
Bedside Monitor Communication Configuration
In order to communicate to the Panorama Central Station, a bedside monitor must be
configured for Ethernet protocol and have an IP Address and Subnet Mask address assigned
to it.
Follow the instructions for configuring a bedside monitor for wired or wireless networks.
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Each bedside monitor must have a different IP address: 7.6.6.2, 7.6.6.3, etc.
NOTE:
The first 3 digits X.X.X. must match the IP address of the ELAN
address of the Central Station.
1. Enter the Installation Menu by pressing and holding the Discharge key during power
up. Release the Discharge key when the Installation Menu appears.
2. Go to the System Information Sub-Menu.
3. Set Enable Network to Wired.
4. Enter an IP Address that matches the Patient Network IP Address scheme (e.g., 7.6.6.2).
Do not duplicate an existing assigned IP address.
5. Verify that the Subnet Mask ID is 255.255.255.0.
6. Check the Device ID number. This number will be entered into the Central Station's
equipment list.
7. Make sure neither serial port is set to:
• VISA with Admit, or
• PatientNet
8. Save the information by pressing Save Current.
9. Turn off the monitor.
For 2.4 GHz Wireless Telemetry Connection
Each bedside monitor must have a different wireless IP address: 7.8.8.1, 7.8.8.2, etc.
NOTE:
The first 3 digits (X.X.X.) must match the IP address of the
WELAN address of the Telemetry Server.
1. Enter the Installation Menu by pressing and holding the Discharge key during power
up. Release the Discharge key when the Installation Menu appears.
2. Go to the System Information Sub-Menu.
3. Set Enable Network to Wireless.
4. Enter a Wireless IP Address that matches the Telemetry Server address scheme (i.e.,
7.8.8.2). Do not duplicate an existing assigned Wireless IP address.
5. Verify that the Wireless Subnet Mask ID is 255.255.255.0.
6. Enter the Network Name assigned to the Wireless Network.
7. Check the Device ID number. This number will be entered into the Central Station's
equipment list (software versions below 8.XX only).
8. Make sure neither serial port is set to:
• VISA with Admit, or
• PatientNet
9. Save the information by pressing Save Current.
10. Turn off the monitor.
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Verify that the VGA and Serial cables are connected between the display(s) and the Central
Station. Connect the keyboard and mouse to the Central Station.
NOTE:
Do not turn on the system without first connecting the Serial
I/O cable (P/N 0012-00-1257) to the Central Station.
Place each of the monitor power switches to the ON position. Press and release the Central
Station's front panel power switch. Verify that the two LEDs on the front panel are illuminated
during the boot-up process. The power LED (green) should be lit continuously. The HD LED
(red) will only be lit continuously during the boot-up process and then it will only be lit during
hard disk reads.
While the Central Station is performing the memory test, press the DELETE key on the
keyboard to enter the CMOS Setup menu. Follow the on-screen instructions to move through
the menus and setup or verify the CMOS exactly as it appears below. When completed,
select SAVE to CMOS and EXIT to enter these settings into memory.
7.1.1
Tower Cases, 2U Telemetry Server and 4U Central Station
STANDARD CMOS SETUP
Date: Current Date
Time: Current Time
7-2
HARD DISKS
TYPE
SIZE
CYLS
HEAD
PRECOMP
SECTOR
MODE
Primary Master:
AUTO
0
0
0
0
0
LBA
Primary Slave:
AUTO
0
0
0
0
0
LBA
Secondary Master:
AUTO
0
0
0
0
0
LBA
Secondary Slave:
AUTO
0
0
0
0
0
LBA
Drive A:
1.44, 3.5 in.
Drive B:
None
Video:
EGA/VGA
Halt On:
All, but
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* Extended Memory:
523264K
Other Memory:
384K
Total Memory:
524288K
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BIOS FEATURES SETUP
VIRUS WARNING:
DISABLED
CPU INTERNAL CACHE
ENABLED
EXTERNAL CACHE:
ENABLED
QUICK POWER ON SELF TEST:
ENABLED
BOOT SEQUENCE:
CD-ROM, C, A
SWAP FLOPPY DRIVE:
DISABLED
BOOT UO FLOPPY SEEK:
DISABLED
BOOT UP NUMLOCK STATUS:
ON
BOOT UP SYSTEM SPEED:
HIGH
GATE A20 OPTIONS:
FAST
TYPEMATIC RATE SETTING:
DISABLED
TYPEMATIC RATE (CHARS/SEC):
6
TYPEMATIC DELAY (MSEC):
250
SECURITY OPTIONS:
SETUP
PCI/VGA PALETTES SNOOP:
DISABLED
MPS VERSION CONTROL FOR OS:
1.4
OS SELECT FOR DRAM > 64 MB:
NON-OS2
VIDEO BIOS SHADOW:
ENABLED
C8000-CBFFF SHADOW:
DISABLED
CC000-CFFFF SHADOW:
DISABLED
D0000-D3FFF SHADOW:
DISABLED
D4000-D7FFF SHADOW:
DISABLED
D8000-DBFFF SHADOW:
DISABLED
DC000-DFFFF SHADOW:
DISABLED
MPC ENABLE:
DISABLED
MPC POST BOOT:
DISABLED
MPB BAUD RATE:
57.6
CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP
AUTO CONFIGURATION:
ENABLED
DRAM SPEED SELECTION:
60ns
MA WAIT STATE:
SLOW
EDO RAS# TO CAS# DELAY:
3
FAST RAS# TO PRECHARGE TIME:
3
EDO DRAM READ BURST:
x333
EDO DRAM WRITE BURST:
x222
DRAM DATA INTEGRITY MODE:
ECC
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CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP (CONTINUED)
7-4
AUTO CONFIGURATION:
ENABLED
CPU-TO-PCI IDE POSTING:
ENABLED
SYSTEM BIOS CACHEABLE:
DISABLED
VIDEO BIOS CACHEABLE:
DISABLED
VIDEO RAM CACHEABLE:
DISABLED
8 BIT I/O RECOVERY TIME:
1
16BIT I/O RECOVERY TIME:
1
MEMORY HOLE AT 15M-16M:
DISABLED
PASSIVE RELEASE:
ENABLED
DELAYED TRANSATION:
ENABLED
AGP APERATURE SIZE (MB):
64
SDRAM RAS-TO CAS DELAY:
FAST
SDRAM RAS PRECHARGE TIME:
FAST
SDRAM CAS LATENCY TIME:
3
AUTO DETECT DIMM/PCI CLK:
ENABLED
SPREAD SPECTRUM MODULATED:
0.6% (CNTR)
CURRENT SYSTEM TEMP:
CURRENT TEMPERATURE
CHASSIS FAN:
0 RPM (not applicable)
PRIMARY FAN:
CURRENT SPEED
SECONDARY/POWER FAN:
0 RPM (not applicable)
IN0(V):
CURRENT VOLTAGE (Typically between 2.25-2.75
Volts)
IN1(V):
CURRENT VOLTAGE (Typically 2.0 Volts)
IN2(V):
CURRENT VOLTAGE (Typically between 2.95-3.65
Volts)
IN3(V):
CURRENT VOLTAGE (Typically between 4.75-5.25
Volts)
IN4(V):
0 volts (not applicable)
IN5(V):
CURRENT VOLTAGE (Typically between -10.7 and 13.2 Volts)
IN6(V):
CURRENT VOLTAGE (Typically between -4.5 and 5.5 Volts)
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POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP
POWER MANAGEMENT:
DISABLED
PM CONTROL BY APM:
NO
VIDEO OFF METHOD:
V/H SYNC+BLANK
VIDEO OFF AFTER:
STANDBY
MODEM USE IRQ:
NA
DOZE MODE;
DISABLED
STANDBY MODE:
DISABLED
SUSPEND MODE:
DISABLED
HDD POWER DOWN:
DISABLED
THROTTLE DUTY CYCLE:
62.5%
ZZ ACTIVE IN SUSPEND:
DISABLED
VGA ACTIVE MONITOR:
ENABLED
SOFT-OFF BY PWR-BTTN:
INSTANT-OFF
CPU FAN OFF IN SUSPEND:
ENABLED
IRQ 8 BREAK SUSPEND:
DISABLED
** RELOAD GLOBAL TIMER EVENTS **
IRQ(3-7, 9-15), NMI:
ENABLED
PRIMARY IDE 0:
DISABLED
PRIMARY IDE 1:
DISABLED
SECONDARY IDE 0:
DISABLED
SECONDARY IDE 1:
DISABLED
FLOPPY DISK:
DISABLED
SERIAL PORT:
ENABLED
PARALLEL PORT:
DISABLED
PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION
PNP OS INSTALLED:
NO
RESOURCES CONTROLLED BY:
MANUAL
RESET CONFIGURATION DATA:
DISABLED
IRQ-3
ASSIGNED TO:
PCI/ISA PnP
IRQ-4
ASSIGNED TO:
PCI/ISA PnP
IRQ-5
ASSIGNED TO:
PCI/ISA PnP
IRQ-7
ASSIGNED TO:
PCI/ISA PnP
IRQ-9
ASSIGNED TO:
PCI/ISA PnP
IRQ-11
ASSIGNED TO:
PCI/ISA PnP
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PNP/PCI CONFIGURATION (CONTINUED)
PNP OS INSTALLED:
NO
IRQ-12
ASSIGNED TO:
PCI/ISA PnP
IRQ-14
ASSIGNED TO:
PCI/ISA PnP
IRQ-15
ASSIGNED TO:
PCI/ISA PnP
DMA-0
ASSIGNED TO:
PCI/ISA PnP
DMA-1
ASSIGNED TO:
PCI/ISA PnP
DMA-3
ASSIGNED TO:
PCI/ISA PnP
DMA-5
ASSIGNED TO:
PCI/ISA PnP
DMA-6
ASSIGNED TO:
PCI/ISA PnP
DMA-7
ASSIGNED TO:
PCI/ISA PnP
PCI IDE IRQ MAP TO:
PCI-AUTO
PRIMARY IDE INT#:
IDE INT#: A
SECONDARY IDE INT#:
IDE INT#: B
USED MEM BASE ADDR:
NA
INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS
7-6
IDE HDD BLOCK MODE:
ENABLED
IDE PRIMARY MASTER PIO:
AUTO
IDE PRIMARY SLAVE PIO:
AUTO
IDE SECONDARY MASTER PIO:
AUTO
IDE SECONDARY SLAVE PIO:
AUTO
IDE PRIMARY SLAVE UDMA:
AUTO
IDE SECONDARY MASTER UDMA:
AUTO
IDE SECONDARY SLAVE UDMA:
AUTO
ON-CHIP PRIMARY PCI IDE:
ENABLED
ON-CHIP SECONDARY PCI IDE:
ENABLED
ONBOARD PCI SCSI CHIP:
DISABLED
USB KEYBOARD SUPPORT:
DISABLED
WATCHDOG TIMER:
DISABLED
WDT TERMINAL VALUE:
7
KBC INPUT CLOCK:
8 MHZ
ONBOARD FDC CONTROLLER:
ENABLED
ONBOARD SERIAL PORT 1:
3F8/IRQ4
ONBOARD SERIAL PORT 2:
2F8/IRQ3
UR2 MODE:
STANDARD
ONBOARD PARALLEL PORT:
378/IRQ7
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INTEGRATED PERIPHERALS (CONTINUED)
7.1.2
PARALLEL PORT MODE:
SPP
ONBOARD AUDIO CHIP:
ENABLED
2U Central Station
BIOS SETUP Pentium 4 Motherboard
STANDARD CMOS SETUP
Date (mm:dd;yy)
Set to current Date
Time
Set to current Time
IDE Primary Master
** [ST380021A]
IDE Primary Slave
** [ST3200822A]
IDE Secondary Master
** [LITE-ON LTR-52246S] (or LTR-52327S)
IDE Secondary Slave
None
Drive A
1.44M, 3.5 in.
Drive B
None
Video
EGA/VGA
Halt On
All, But Keyboard
Base Memory
640K
Extended Memory
1047552K
Total Memory
1048576K
ADVANCED BIOS FEATURES
Virus Warning
Disabled
CPU L1 and L2 Cache
Enabled
Quick Power On Self Test
Enabled
First Boot Device
Floppy
Second Boot Device
CDROM
Third Boot Device
HDD-0
Boot Other Device
Enabled
Swap Floppy Drive
Disabled
Boot Up Floppy Seek
Disabled
Boot Up Numlock Status
On
Gate A20 Option
Fast
Typematic Rate Setting
Disabled
X Typematic Rate (chars/Sec)
6
X Typematic Delay (Msec)
250
Security Option
Setup
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ADVANCED BIOS FEATURES (CONTINUED)
APIC Mode
Enabled
MPS Version Control for OS
1.4
OS Select For DRAM>64MB
Non-OS2
Report No FDD For WIN 95
Yes
Small Logo (EPA) Show
Enabled
ADVANCED CHIPSET FEATURES
DRAM timing Selectable
By SPD
X CAS Latency Time
2.5
X Active to Precharge Delay
7
X DRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay
3
X DRAM RAS# Precharge
3
Memory Frequency For
AUTO
System BIOS Cacheable
Enabled
Video BIOS Cacheable
Enabled
Delay Transaction
Enabled
Delay Prior to Thermal
16 Min
AGP Aperture Size (MB)
64
ICH4 LAN
Enabled
** On-Chip VGA Setting **
On-Chip VGA
Enabled
On-Chip Frame Buffer
8 MB
Boot Display
Auto
Integrated Peripherals
7-8
On-Chip Primary PCI IDE
Enabled
IDE Primary Master PI0
Auto
IDE Primary Slave PI0
Auto
IDE Primary Master UDMA
Auto
IDE Primary Slave UDMA
Auto
On-Chip Secondary PCI IDE
Enabled
IDE Secondary Master PI0
Auto
IDE Secondary Slave PI0
Auto
IDE Secondary Master UDMA
Auto
IDE Secondary Slave UDMA
Auto
USB Controller
Enabled
USB 2.0 Controller
Enabled
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Integrated Peripherals (Continued)
USB Keyboard Support
Disabled
AC97 Audio
Auto
Init Display First
PCI Slot
IDE HDD block Mode
Enabled
POWER ON Function
BUTTON Only
X Hot Key Power On
Ctrl-F1
Onboard FDC Controller
Enabled
Onboard Serial Port 1
3F8/IRQ4
Onboard Serial Port 2
2F8/IRQ3
UART Mode Select
Normal
Onboard Parallel Port
378/IRQ7
Parallel Port Mode
SPP
PWRON After PWR-Fail
Off
Onboard Serial Port 3
3E8H
Serial Port 3 Use IRQ
IRQ5
Onboard Serial Port 4
2E8H
Serial Port 4 Use IRQ
IRQ10
Digital I/O
Disabled
POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP
ACPI Function
Enabled
Power Management
User Defined
Video Off Method
V/H Sync+ Blank
Video Off In Suspend
Yes
Suspend Type
Stop Grant
Modem Use
3
Suspend Mode
Disabled
HDD Power Down
Disabled
Soft-Off by PWR-BTTN
Instant-Off
CPU THRM-Throttling
50.0%
Wake-Up by PCI Card
Disabled
Power On by Ring
Disabled
Resume by Alarm
Disabled
X Date (of Month) Alarm
0
X Time (hh:mm:ss) Alarm
0:0:0
**Reload Global Timer Events**
Primary IDE 0
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Enabled
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POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP (CONTINUED)
Primary IDE 1
Enabled
Secondary IDE 0
Enabled
Secondary IDE 1
Enabled
FDD, COM, LPT Port
Enabled
PCI PIRQ[A-D]#
Enabled
PNP/PCI CONFIGURATIONS
PNP OS Install
No
Reset Configuration Data
Disabled
Resources Controlled By
Auto(ESCD)
X IRQ Resources
X DMA resources
PCI/VGA Palette Snoop
Disabled
PC HEALTH STATUS
7 - 10
CPU Warning Temperature
Disabled
System Temp
**
CPU Temp
**
Chassis Temp
**
CPU FAN Speed (FAN1)
**
System FAN Speed (FAN2)
0 RPM
Chassis FAN Speed (FAN3)
0 RPM
Vcore (V)
**
VCC3(V)
**
+5(V)
**
+12(V)
**
-12(V)
**
VBAT
**
5VSB(V)
**
Shutdown Temperature
Disabled
CPU Fan Failure Warning
Enabled
Sys. Fan Failure Warning
Disabled
Aux. Fan Failure Warning
Disabled
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FREQUENCY/VOLTAGE CONTROL
Auto Detect PCI Clk
Disabled
Spread Spectrum Modulated
Enabled
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