System Cart

System Cart
System Cart
Assembly Instructions
ASCB2 Basic Cart
cryoICE BOX, ACM Accessories & Cart Kit Installation
ORLab Equipment and Cart Kit Installation
P000879.B
AtriCure System Cart – Assembly Instructions
P000879
NOTE: This manual applies to installing AtriCure system equipment on 450mm Wide Carts with
specific casters (ref. Section 4, Page 11). Carts that are not configured with these specific
casters do not meet IEC-60601 Mechanical Safety requirements for supporting two gas bottles
for Cryo Systems. Contact customer service if you have any questions.
Table of Contents
1.
Page
Assembly Manual ................................................................................................................ 3
1.1
1.2
1.3
2.
Basic Cart ............................................................................................................................. 5
2.1
2.2
2.3
3.
Unpacking: ORLab Cart Kit ........................................................................... 24
Assembly: ORLab Cart Kit ............................................................................. 24
ORLab ................................................................................................................................. 27
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
8.
Unpacking: cryoICE BOX .............................................................................. 18
Assembly: cryoICE BOX ................................................................................ 19
Cylinder Heater Band Installation .................................................................. 21
Cylinder Heater Band Connection ................................................................. 21
Installing N2O Gas Line Hose ........................................................................ 22
Tank Hose Subassembly Cart Attachment .................................................... 23
ORLab Cart Kit ................................................................................................................... 24
6.1
6.2
7.
Unpacking: Cryo Cart Kit ............................................................................... 11
Assembly: Cryo Cart Kit ................................................................................ 12
cryoICE BOX ...................................................................................................................... 18
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
6.
Unpacking: ASU and ASB ............................................................................... 7
Assembly: ASU and ASB ................................................................................ 8
Cryo Cart Kit ...................................................................................................................... 11
4.1
4.2
5.
Features: Basic Cart ........................................................................................ 5
Unpacking: Basic Cart ..................................................................................... 6
Assembly: Basic Cart ...................................................................................... 6
ASU and ASB ....................................................................................................................... 7
3.1
3.2
4.
How to Use this Manual ................................................................................... 3
Table of symbols used in this manual.............................................................. 3
Tool Kit ............................................................................................................ 4
Unpacking: ORLab ........................................................................................ 27
LCD Touch Monitor ....................................................................................... 27
Cardiac Stimulator Carton ............................................................................. 28
Laser Printer (U.S.A. Only) ............................................................................ 28
Assembly: ORLab.......................................................................................... 29
Installation Checklist......................................................................................................... 43
8.1
Must Be Performed and Returned ................................................................. 43
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CAUTION: Federal (U.S.A.) law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.
Manufactured by:
AtriCure, Inc.
6217 Centre Park Drive
West Chester, Ohio 45069
USA
Customer Service Tel: 866.349.2342
E-mail: customerservice@atricure.com
www.atricure.com
European Representative:
Köntges SPRL
Avenue Hellevelt 35
B-1180 Brussels Belgium
Tel: +32 (0) 2 375 51 63
FAX: +32 (0) 2 375 89 06
E-mail: herbert.kontges@skynet.be
Information in this document is subject to change without notice. Reproduction of this document
in any manner whatsoever without the written permission of AtriCure, Inc. is strictly forbidden.
AtriCure and the AtriCure Logo are trademarks of AtriCure, Inc. AtriCure disclaims proprietary
interest in the marks and names of others.
August, 2011 Printed in the USA.
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Assembly Manual
1.1
How to Use this Manual
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1.1.1 This manual is designed for assembling the AtriCure System Cart. Illustrations
complement the text to explain how to assemble the cart kits, components, and accessories.
1.1.2 The following information is essential for safe, easy, and efficient operation of the
AtriCure System Cart.
1.2
Table of symbols used in this manual
Symbol
Description
1.
Consult operating instructions.
2.
Follow local governing ordinances and
recycling plans regarding disposal or recycling
of device components or packaging.
3.
Manufactured by.
4.
Alternating Current.
5.
CE Mark.
6.
7.
Temperature and Humidity Limits for Storage.
Voltage.
Table 1: Symbols.
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Tool Kit
Figure 1: Tool Kit
The Tool Kit contains the following items: (1) User and Assembly Manual; (2) Velcro; (3) Flat Washers; (4)
Lock Washers; (5) Socket Head Cap Screw for VESA Mount: (6) Socket Head Cap Screw for Tank
Holder(s); (7) 10 mm Combination Wrench; (8) 3 mm Hex Key; (9) 5 mm Hex Key; (10) 10 mm Hex Key;
(11) Straight Blade Screwdriver; and (12) Loctite brand Threadlocker.
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Basic Cart
Components and Accessories
2.1
Features: Basic Cart
2.1.1
No assembly required; ready to add components and accessories
2.1.2
450 mm Cart
2.1.3
Isolation Transformer
2.1.4
125 mm (5") Casters
Pre-wired for ASU, ASB, cryoICE BOX, and ORLab – Figure 4
Figure 2: (1) PC and Stimulus Connection Box Shelf; (2) Left Cart Column; (3) ASU, ASB and cryoICE
BOX Shelf; (4) Printer Shelf; (5) Stimulus Generator Shelf; (6) Isolation Transformer; (7) Cable Winders
and (8) Mains Power Cord (Isolation Transformer to Wall).
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2.2
Unpacking: Basic Cart
2.2.1
The Basic Cart is shipped in one Shipping Carton – Figure 5.
2.2.2 Relocate the Shipping Carton to an open area that will provide sufficient space to
assemble the unit.
2.2.3
NOTE: Do not throw away any tools or manuals.
2.2.4
NOTE: Unpacking the Basic Cart requires two people.
Figure 3: Basic Cart Shipping Carton (Height approximately 1524 mm (60")).
2.3
Assembly: Basic Cart
2.3.1
No assembly required; ready to add components and accessories.
2.3.2
Proceed to Checklist and perform checklist for the Basic Cart.
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ASU and ASB
Components and Accessories
3.1
Unpacking: ASU and ASB
3.1.1 There are two Shipping Cartons required to assemble this cart configuration. The
Shipping Cartons are pictured below.
3.1.2 Relocate the Shipping Cartons to an open area that will provide sufficient space to
assemble the unit.
3.1.3 Unpack the Shipping Cartons and make sure that you have the components pictured –
Figures 6 and 7.
3.1.4
NOTE: Do not throw away any tools or manuals.
Figure 4: Shipping Carton and ASU.
Figure 5: Shipping Carton and ASB.
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3.2
Assembly: ASU and ASB
3.2.1
Place ASB on second shelf.
3.2.2
The feet of the ASB should be inserted into holes on the shelf – Figure 8.
3.2.3
Position the handle against the top of the ASB – Figure 8.
3.2.4
Place ASU on top of the ASB – Figure 9.
3.2.5
Be sure to nest the feet of the ASU into the holder cups on top of the ASB – Figure 9.
3.2.6
Position the handle against the top of the ASU – Figure 9.
3.2.7 NOTE: For some cart configurations, the cryoICE BOX may already reside on the
second shelf. In this case, the ASB should be placed on top of the cryoICE BOX. Again, the
feet of the ASB should be nested into holder cups on top of the cryoICE BOX.
3.2.8 NOTE: Start with Section 5: cryoICE BOX if installation includes the cryoICE BOX and
the ASU / ASB.
Figure 6: ASU, ASB and cryoICE BOX Shelf with holes for feet indicated by red circles.
Figure 7: ASU stacked on top of the ASB. NOTE: Position of the handles.
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Attach the Power Cables to the rear of the ASU and ASB – Figure 10.
3.2.10 NOTE: If cryoICE BOX is present, it will be necessary to locate the Power Cables
stowed in the Left Power Column.
Figure 8: Power Cable attachment to the rear of the ASU and ASB.
3.2.11 Install Footswitch Jumper Cable between the ASU and ASB on the rear – Figure 11.
Figure 9: Installation of Footswitch Jumper cable between the ASU and ASB.
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3.2.12 Install the Hand Piece Jumper Cable between the ASU and ASB – Figure 12.
Figure 10: Installation of the Hand Piece Jumper Cable between the ASU and ASB.
3.2.13 Connect the Footswitch Cable to FOOTSWITCH Connector on the ASB – Figure 14.
Figure 11: Connect the Footswitch Cable to FOOTSWITCH connector on the ASB.
3.2.14 Store the Footswitch in the Footswitch Holster – Figure 15.
Figure 12: Footswitch Holster.
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Cryo Cart Kit
Components and Accessories
NOTE: Verify the casters on the cart to assure the cart is capable supporting two gas bottles.
MedCaster Casters
Steinco Casters
PRECAUTION: Carts with Steinco Casters are NOT qualified to support two gas bottles.
MedCaster Casters are qualified for two gas bottle Cryo System carts. This manual is intended
to set-up carts with two gas bottle capacity. Please contact customer service for any questions.
4.1
Unpacking: Cryo Cart Kit
4.1.1 There is one Shipping Carton required to assemble this cart configuration – Figure 13 for
the ASCC2 kit.
4.1.2 Relocate the Shipping Carton to an open area that will provide sufficient space to
assemble the unit. Unpack the Shipping Carton and make sure that you have the components
pictured.
4.1.3
NOTE: Do not throw away any tools or manuals.
Figure 13: ASCC2 (A000843) Kit
Left Tank Holder, Right Tank Holder, 4x Shorter Cable Covers 4x Tap Strips, Hose Hanger Bracket,
User’s Manual, Assembly Manual, Tool Kit and 2x Chains
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4.2
Assembly: Cryo Cart Kit
4.2.1
Remove the Power Column Caps and Covers on the right and left sides – Figure 14.
Figure 14: Remove the Power Column Caps and Covers on the right side.
4.2.2
Use the 5 mm Hex Key to remove the Cable Guard – Figure 15.
Figure 15: Use the 5 mm Hex Key to remove the Cable Guard.
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4.2.3 Install two Tap Strips into the right column and two Tap Strips into the left column. –
Figure 16.
4.2.4 NOTE: Ensure that the embossed features (bumps) on the tap strips are oriented toward
the outside of the cart – Figure 17.
Figure 16: Install two tap strips in the Right power column.
Figure 17: Orient the bumps on the Tap Strip toward the outside of the cart.
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Place the Hinge Leaf of the Right Tank Holder against the Right Power Column.
4.2.6 NOTE: Ensure that it is resting at the bottom of the Power Column. Use the supplied
foam block to support the Tank Holder while assembling.
4.2.7 NOTE: The bolt assemblies consist of a Socket Head Cap Screw, Lock Washer and Flat
Washer – Figure 18.
4.2.8
Use the 5 mm Hex Key to secure the hinge to the tap strips in the cart’s columns.
4.2.9 NOTE: Do not install bolt assembly to top-inside hole of hinge (See Figure 19). This hole
will be used later to secure the brace to the column.
Figure 18: (1) 5 mm Hex Key; (2) Socket Head Cap Screw (3) Flat Washer and (4) Lock Washer
Left Tank Holder
Right Tank Holder
Figure 19: Assembling Tank holders to Cart Columns
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4.2.10 Replace the cable guard – Figure 24.
Figure 20: Replace the cable guard.
4.2.11 Swing Tank Holders and secure to their respective Power Columns.
4.2.12 Using the 5 mm Hex Key, Socket Head Cap Screw, and Flat Washer; attach and snug
down one bolt to secure brace to hinge and tap-strip in cart’s columns – Figure 21.
4.2.13 NOTE: Right Tank Holder Brace Bracket and Left Tank Holder Brace Bracket have
opposite orientation for ease of installation.
Securing Left Tank Holder
Securing Right Tank Holder
Figure 21: Securing the tank holders to the power columns.
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4.2.14 Install the shorter Power Column Covers provided with the Cryo Cart Kit – Figure 22.
4.2.15 Reinstall the Power Column Caps – Figure 22.
Figure 22: Install the shortened Power Column Covers and Power Column Caps.
4.2.16 Tank Holder assembly should look like this – Figure 23.
Figure 23: 450mm ASCB2 cart with ASCC2 kit installed.
(ACM Tank Hose Assembly Shown, but not required at this phase of Cart Set-Up)
PRECAUTION: Secure gas bottle(s) with supplied chains.
PRECAUTION: ONLY use N2O gas bottles ≤ 20 cm (8") in diameter that
weigh ≤ 29.5 kg (65 pounds).
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4.2.17 Install the cryoICE BOX Exhaust Hose Hanger.
4.2.18 Obtain the Cryo Exhaust Hose Hanger bracket from the kit.
4.2.19 Remove the plastic cap from the top of the cart’s vertical column. (Note: the bracket can
be mounted on either the left or right side of the cart. Either side is acceptable per
customer preference.)
4.2.20 Squeeze the spring on the back of the nut, so it fits into the track reference Figure 24
4.2.21 Slide the bracket down the track to the approximate position shown. Figure 25
(NOTE: Position height is not critical. Bracket needs to be high enough to prevent the
cryoICE BOX exhaust hose from reaching the floor.)
4.2.22 Using the supplied Allen Wrench, tighten the bolt and assure the bracket is secure.
Figure 26.
Figure 24
Exhaust Hose Hanger
and Spring Fastener
Figure 25
Hanger Positioning
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Figure 26
Secure Exhaust Hose
Hanger
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cryoICE BOX
Components and Accessories
5.1
Unpacking: cryoICE BOX
5.1.1
There are 2 Shipping Cartons required for the cryoICE BOX – Figures 27 and 28.
5.1.2
Ensure that you have the components pictured.
5.1.3
NOTE: Do not throw away any tools or manuals.
Figure 27: (1) cryoICE BOX Shipping Carton; and (2) cryoICE BOX.
Figure 28: (1) cryoICE BOX Accessories Shipping Carton; and (2) cryoICE BOX Footswitch; (3) Heater
Band; (4) Exhaust Hose; and (5) cryoICE BOX N2O Tank Hose Assembly.
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Assembly: cryoICE BOX
5.2.1 NOTE: If the ASU, ASB and cryoICE BOX Shelf (second shelf) does not look like Figure
30, please refer to Section 8 Instructions for Adding cryoICE and Cryo Cart Kit to the cart.
5.2.2
Carefully place the cryoICE BOX on its top to access the rubber feet.
5.2.3 Using the 3 mm Hex Key provided in your Tool Kit; unfasten and remove the two rear
rubber feet in Position 1 and replace them in Position 2 – Figure 29.
Figure 29: Unfasten and remove the two rear rubber feet in Position 1 and replace them in Position 2.
5.2.4
Place cryoICE BOX on second shelf.
5.2.5
Insert the feet of the cryoICE BOX into holes on the shelf – Figure 30.
5.2.6
Cart is prewired with approved hospital grade power cord for the cryoICE BOX.
Figure 30: Place cryoICE BOX on second shelf with the feet inserted into the holes on shelf.
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Insert the power cord into the power entry module of the cryoICE BOX – Figure 31.
Figure 31: Insert the power cord into the power entry module of the cryoICE BOX.
5.2.8 With the connector alignment arrow in the 12 o’clock position, push the Footswitch
Connector into the Footswitch Receptacle on the rear panel of the cryoICE BOX – Figure 32.
Figure 32: (1) Footswitch Cable installation.
5.2.9
Place the Foot Switch in the holster on the side of the cart – Figure 33.
Figure 33: Footswitch Holster.
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Cylinder Heater Band Installation
5.3.1 Inspect Cylinder Heater Band for any signs of physical damage to the cable and
connector.
5.3.2 Contact AtriCure for replacement if physical damage is found or the Cylinder Heater
Band does not perform within specification.
5.3.3
Place the Cylinder Heater Band around the N2O cylinder.
5.3.4
Secure all 6 tensioning spring retainers – Figure 34.
5.3.5 NOTE: It is easiest to start with the top and bottom spring retainers first, and then buckle
then middle retainers last.
5.3.6 NOTE: Position Cylinder Heater Band 50 mm (2") from the bottom for optimal
performance.
Figure 34: Secure all 6 tensioning spring retainers.
5.4
Cylinder Heater Band Connection
5.4.1 Insert the Cylinder Heater Band Connector into the Cylinder Heater Band Receptacle on
the rear panel of the cryoICE BOX – Figure 35.
Figure 35: Cylinder Heater Band connection.
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Installing N2O Gas Line Hose
5.5.1 Inspect the N2O Gas Line Hose and pneumatic connectors for any signs of physical
damage.
5.5.2 Contact AtriCure for replacement if physical damage is found or the N2O Gas Line Hose
does not perform within specification.
5.5.3
Connect the N2O Gas Line Hose to the cryoICE BOX.
5.5.4
Align the quick-connect gas connector with the cryoICE BOX N2O inlet port.
5.5.5 Insert and push in the connector until you hear it “click”. Ensure the connection is fully
seated and secure – Figure 36.
Figure 36: Align the quick-connect gas connector with the cryoICE BOX N2O inlet port. Insert and push in
the connector until you hear it “click”.
5.5.6
Install N2O Exhaust Hose.
5.5.7 Align the end of Exhaust Hose with the N2O Exhaust port of the cryoICE BOX and push
in place – Figure 37.
5.5.8
Coil the exhaust hose and hang on hose hanger bracket.
Figure 37: Align the end of 50 ft Exhaust Hose with the N2O Exhaust port of the cryoICE BOX and push in
place.
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Tank Hose Subassembly Cart Attachment
Holes for Mounting Bracket
5mm Hex Wrench and Mounting Hardware
Step 1: Mounting Location for Hose Assembly
Bracket
Step 2: Assemble Bracket to Cart
Mounted Tank Hose Assembly
Step 3: Hose Hook-Ups
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ORLab Cart Kit
Components and Accessories
6.1
Unpacking: ORLab Cart Kit
6.1.1
There is one Shipping Carton required to assemble the ORLab Cart Kit – Figure 39.
6.1.2 Relocate the Shipping Carton to an open area that will provide sufficient space to
assemble the unit.
6.1.3 Unpack the Shipping Carton and make sure that you have the components pictured –
Figure 39.
6.1.4
Do not throw away any tools or manuals.
Figure 39: ORLab Cart Kit components and Shipping Carton.
6.2
Assembly: ORLab Cart Kit
6.2.1
Place the Monitor Holder on the Top Shelf.
6.2.2 NOTE: Use the 10 mm Hex Key to tighten the two socket head cap screws to secure the
Monitor Holder to the Top Shelf – Figure 40.
6.2.3
NOTE: The Monitor Adapter (100 mm / 75 mm VESA mount) faces the front of the cart.
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Figure 40: Mount the Monitor Holder from the rear of the Basic Cart.
6.2.4
Monitor Holder Cables
6.2.4.1 Feed the cables through the monitor holder assembly.
6.2.4.2 NOTE: It is important that the cables are fed through in the correct direction.
6.2.4.3 Feed the “monitor end” through the Monitor Holder post – Figures 41 and 42.
Figure 41: Monitor cables: Monitor end (right hand) and PC end (left hand).
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Figure 42: Desired feed direction is from the bottom-up.
6.2.5 NOTE: Provide approximately 406 mm (16") of cable available at the monitor side –
Figure 43.
Figure 43: Provide 406 mm (16") of cable lead on the monitor side.
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ORLab
Components and Accessories
7.1
Unpacking: ORLab
7.1.1
There are three Shipping Cartons required to assemble this cart configuration.
7.1.2 Relocate the Shipping Cartons to an open area that will provide sufficient space to
assemble the unit.
7.1.3 Unpack the Shipping Cartons and make sure that you have the components pictured –
Figures 44, 45, and 46.
7.1.4
Do not throw away any tools or manuals.
7.2
LCD Touch Monitor
Figure 44: Shipping Carton and LCD Touch Monitor.
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Cardiac Stimulator Carton
7.3.1 Cardiac Stimulator Carton includes: (1) Stimulus Generator Unit; (2) MicroPace User
Manual; and (3) Stimulus Connection Box – Figure 45.
Figure 45: Shipping Carton, Cardiac Stimulator and Accessories.
7.4
Laser Printer (U.S.A. Only)
7.4.1
Laser Printer includes Manual and Paper Tray Cover – Figure 46.
NOTE: Power Cord Installed on Cart.
NOTE: If a Lexmark MS310D printer does not fit on printer shelf, contact AtriCure
Customer Service for a Printer Bracket Kit (P/N: S000474)
Figure 46: Shipping Carton and Laser Printer.
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7.5
Assembly: ORLab
7.5.1
Monitor Installation
7.5.2
Remove the Monitor Pedestal attached to the monitor.
7.5.3
Place monitor face down on flat surface.
7.5.4
Rotate Monitor Pedestal for easy access to screws.
7.5.5
Remove four screws with 3 mm Hex Key supplied in Tool Kit – Figure 47.
Figure 47: Remove four screws with 3 mm Hex Key supplied in Tool Kit.
7.5.6
Install four M4 x 25 socket cap screws provided in Tool Kit.
7.5.7
The screws should be started, but not screwed in all the way (3 to 5 turns maximum).
7.5.8
Use the 1 o’clock, 5 o’clock, 7 o’clock and 11 o’clock positions as shown in – Figure 48.
Figure 48: Mount four screws in the 1 o’clock, 5 o’clock, 7 o’clock and 11 o’clock positions as shown in
the photo on the right.
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7.5.9 Align the four screw heads with the key hole slots on the Monitor Adapter
(100 mm / 75 VESA mount) – Figure 49.
7.5.10 Push the monitor against the Monitor Adapter and allow it to slide down about 6 mm (¼")
to engage Monitor Adapter (100 mm / 75 mm VESA mount) – Figure 50.
Figure 49: Monitor Adapter (100 mm / 75 mm VESA mount) pictured with four key-hole slots.
Figure 50: (1) Align Cap Screws into key-hole slots; (2) Insert monitor; (3) Seat the Cap Screws (inward
and downward motion) onto the Monitor Adapter (the Monitor will hang on Cap Screws); and (4) Tighten
all four Cap Screws (do not over-tighten).
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7.5.11 Secure the Monitor to the Monitor Adapter (100 mm / 75 mm VESA mount) by tightening
the four screws.
7.5.12 Move to the back side of the cart. Use the 3 mm Hex Key, provided in the Tool Kit, to
tighten the 4 mounting screws.
7.5.13 NOTE: The screws are slightly obscured by the Monitor Mount.
7.5.14 NOTE: The location of the four screws is indicated by the red circles – Figure 51.
Figure 51: Left photo shows the location of the four screws. Right photo shows the 3 mm Hex Key being
used to tighten the screws.
7.5.15 Route the cables through the monitor post for the monitor.
7.5.16 Monitor cable connectors and receptacles are color-coded – Figure 52.
Figure 52: (1) Monitor Cable connections; (2) Monitor Power; (3) Speaker; (4) Video; and (5) Serial.
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7.5.17 The monitor power cable has a mounting bracket to prevent it from coming loose.
Please attach the mounting bracket – Figure 53.
Figure 53: Monitor Power cable must be mounted using the appropriate mounting bracket.
7.5.18 Similarly, the Video and Serial Cables have mounting screws to prevent them from
loosening over time – Figure 54.
7.5.19 NOTE: Do not over-tighten.
Figure 54: Mounting screws on the Video and Serial Cables must be tightened using a flat head screw
driver.
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7.5.20 MicroPace PC Installation
7.5.21 Prepare the MicroPace PC for mounting by applying two Velcro strips from the Tool Kit to
the outside edges of PC Housing – Figure 55.
Figure 55: Apply two Velcro strips to the outside edges of PC Housing.
7.5.22 Mount the MicroPace PC on the left side of the top shelf – Figure 56.
Figure 56: Mount the MicroPace PC on the left side of the top shelf.
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7.5.23 Apply firm pressure to the top of PC (near the edges) until securely attached – Figure 57.
Figure 57: Apply firm pressure to the top of PC (near the edges) until securely attached.
7.5.24 Connect cables to rear of PC – Figure 58.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Figure 58: (1) COM2 Monitor Serial; (2) COM1 MicroPace Serial; (3) Printer USB (either can be used) ;
(4) Video; and (5) PC power.
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7.5.25 Tighten the thumb screws on the Video, COM1, and COM2– Figure 59.
Figure 59: Tightening the thumb screws, required on the Video, COM1, and COM2.
7.5.26 Stimulus Connection Box Installation
7.5.27 Prepare Stimulus Connection Box for mounting by applying one Velcro strip from Tool Kit
in the center of the Stimulus Connection Box as shown in – Figure 60.
Figure 60: Preparation of the Stimulus Connection Box by mounting Velcro Strip.
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7.5.28 Prepare Spacer Block for mounting by applying Velcro strips to the center of the front
and rear of the block as shown in – Figure 61.
Figure 61: Preparation of the PSS Spacer Block by mounting Velcro Strips on both sides
7.5.29 Secure spacer block to metal tab on top shelf of ORLab System Cart as shown in –
Figure 62. (Tab on cart should already have Velcro present, if not, extra Velcro squares are provided.)
Figure 62: Metal tab with Velcro strip- located on the top shelf of the ORLab System cart
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7.5.30 Mount Stimulus Connection Box on the left side of the top shelf as shown in – Figure 63.
Figure 63: Successive photos showing the mounting of the Stimulus Connection Box.
7.5.31 Route the Stimulus Connection Box cable down the Left power column.
7.5.32 Remove the Power Column Cap and Covers as shown in – Figure 64.
Figure 64: Remove the Power Column Cap and Covers to find the cable ties inside the Power Column.
7.5.33 Then, secure the cable to the inside of the Power Column using the cable ties premounted in the top and bottom of the Power Column.
7.5.34 Place the cable inside the cable tie loop, connect the cable tie loop, and tighten.
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7.5.35 Reinstall the Power Column Covers and Cap as shown in – Figure 65.
Figure 65: Reinstall the Power Column Covers and Cap.
7.5.36 The two red circles depict cable entrance and exit locations – Figure 66
Figure 66: The red circles in this photograph show the entry and exit locations of the Stimulus Connection
Box cable.
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7.5.37 Reinstall the Cable Cover as shown in – Figure 67.
Figure 67: Reinstall the Cable Cover.
7.5.38 Connect Stimulus Connection Box to ASB with 609 mm (24") PSS Interface Cable –
Figure 13.
7.5.39 Push Connectors into Plugs Firmly to ensure proper connection – Figure 68.
7.5.40 NOTE: Connect ‘ATRIUM-CH1’ to ‘PSS 1’ – Figure 68.
Figure 68: Connect Stimulus Connection Box to ASB with 609 mm (24") PSS Interface Cable.
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7.5.41 Laser Printer Installation
7.5.42 Position the printer on top of Printer Shelf. Make sure that the handle recesses line up
with the brackets mounted on the top of the Printer Shelf – Figure 69.
Figure 69: Line up with the brackets mounted on the top of the Printer Shelf with the handle recesses on
the bottom of the printer.
7.5.43 Next, attach Printer Cable and Power Cable to rear of printer as shown in – Figure 70.
Figure 70: Attach Printer Cable and Power Cable to rear of printer.
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7.5.44 Lastly, install the Printer Cable Bracket on the AC Power cable as shown in – Figure 71.
7.5.45 Installation of the Printer Cable Bracket will require the use of 10 mm Combination
Wrench and 10 mm Allen Wrench provide in the Tool Kit.
Figure 71: Install the Printer Cable Bracket on the AC Power cable.
7.5.46 Stimulus Generator Installation
7.5.47 Position the Stimulus Generator on bottom shelf. Ensure the feet on the bottom of the
Stimulus Generator fall within brackets mounted on the Stimulus Generator Shelf – Figure 72.
Figure 72: Position the Stimulus Generator on bottom shelf.
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7.5.48 Connect Power and Serial Cables to rear of the Stimulus Generator and tighten
thumbscrews with Straight Blade Screwdriver supplied in Tool Kit. Do not over tighten the
thumbscrews – Figure 73.
7.5.49 Connect the Pace Output Cable to front of Stimulus Generator – Figure 73.
7.5.50 NOTE: Connect the Pace Output Cable to the ‘Patient’ connector (Green), not the
‘EMERGENCY FIXED PACE OUTPUT’ connector (Red) – Figure 73.
Figure 73: Connect the Pace Output Cable to the ‘Patient’ connector on the front of Stimulus Generator.
7.5.51 Connect the Power and Serial cables to the rear of the Stimulus Generator – Figure 74.
Figure 74: Connect Power and Serial Cables to rear of the Stimulus Generator.
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8.
Installation Checklist
8.1
Must Be Performed and Returned
8.1.1 NOTE: The Installation Checklist must be performed, signed, and returned before first
‘live’ case after installation of the following items: (1) Basic Cart; (2) ASU / ASB Components and
Accessories; (3) Cryo Cart Kit; (4) cryoICE BOX Components and Accessories; (5) ORLab Cart
Kit ; and ORLab Components and Accessories.
8.1.2 All items must pass for installation to verify proper functioning of the ASU, ASB, ORLab,
and cryoICE BOX.
8.1.3 Return the Installation Checklist to AtriCure Customer Service by any of the following
means: (1) Scan and email: customerservice@atricure.com (preferred); (2) Fax: 513.755.4567;
or (3) Mail: AtriCure, Inc., 2952 Crescentville Road, West Chester, OH 45069 USA.
Item
Basic Cart
1. Inspect the
Basic Cart for
any signs of
physical
damage.
ASU / ASB
1. Inspect the
ASU / ASB
Components
and
Accessories for
any signs of
physical
damage.
Cryo Cart Kit
1. Inspect the
Cryo Cart Kit
for any signs of
physical
damage.
cryoICE BOX
1. Inspect the
cryoICE BOX
Components
and
Accessories for
any signs of
physical
damage.
Test Method
Expected
Visually verify that all Basic
Cart components are
present and in good
working condition.
Visually verify that all ASU /
ASB Components and
Accessories are present
and in good working
condition.
Visually verify that all Cryo
Cart Kit components are
present and in good
working condition.
Visually verify that all
cryoICE BOX Components
and Accessories are
present and in good
working condition.
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ORLab Cart Kit
1. Inspect the
ORLab Cart Kit
for any signs of
physical
damage.
ORLab
1. Mains
Isolation
2. SGU POST
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Visually verify that all
ORLab Cart Kit
components are present
and in good working
condition.
Visually verify that all
MicroPace ORLab™
Stimulator components –
PC, SGU, Laser Printer,
and LCD Touch Screen, are
connected to the supplied
Medical Grade Mains
Isolation Transformer, and
secured so cord cannot be
disconnected from Isolation
Transformer without use of
a tool.
Energize the SGU and
observe all LED’s during
Power On Self Test
(POST).
3. Software
Application
Launches OK
Observe launch of
ORLab™ Stimulator
Software Application
without error messages.
4. Stimulation
path & Polarity
OK
Configure Stimulator to
stimulate Chan1 at 25 mA 2
ms at 100 ppm. Insert Test
LED (MOP3058) INTO
Stimulus Connection Box,
MP3014, Chan1, red
connector to red, black to
black. Start pacing and
verify yellow LED lights with
each pulse. IF red LED
lights then polarity is
reversed.
All components
plugged into
Isolation
Transformer and
cords secured.
All LED’s light
momentarily
(except
Emergency
Fixed Rate
Pace) and no
errors appear on
SGU display.
The ORLab
Current Study
screen appears
with no error
message.
Yellow LED
flashes with
each stimulus.
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5. Emergency
Fixed Rate
Pacing OK
6. External
ECG Visible
7. Touch
screens active
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Connect Test LED to
Chan2 output of Stimulus
Connection Box; change
the connector from the SGU
Pace Output (green socket)
to the Emergency Fixed
Rate Pacing Output (red
socket). Observe pacing.
Restore stimulus cable to
green ‘Pave Output socket.
Connect ORLab™ SGU’s
ECG-1 INPUT to your third
party ECG Monitor. Use an
ECG Stimulator to verify
that ORLab displays ECG
on its screen.
Verify LCD screen touch
function by starting and
stopping Emergency pacing
and exiting and re-entering
Application.
8. Printer
functional
Print Test one page from
Review screen.
9. Biomed
Engineering
approval
Health facility’s Biomedical
Engineering Dept. is
generally required to test
and accept the installed
system for electrical safety;
ensure that this has been
done.
Pacing sound is
emitted and
yellow test LED
lights at 100 ±
20% ppm.
‘Battery OK’
indicator lights
after 1-4s.
ECG is seen on
Stimulator
screen (top
channel).
Pacing starts on
sustained press
of Emergency
button and stops
with press of
Pace On/Off.
Printer prints
Review Screen
Page as
displayed on the
screen.
Biomedical
Engineering
acceptance
verified.
Health Facility Name
Health Facility Location
ORLab Stimulus Generator
Unit Serial No.
Installation officer name
Installation officer signature
Date
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