Mindray M9, M9, M9Vet, M8, M8 Elite, M8 Elite User manual

Mindray M9, M9, M9Vet, M8, M8 Elite, M8 Elite User manual
M9/M9T/M9CV/M9GI/M9Vet/
M8/M8CV/M8T/M8GI/M8 Elite
Diagnostic Ultrasound System
Service Manual (Advanced)
Revision 25.0
Table of Contents
Table of Contents....................................................................................................................i
Version Information ................................................................................................................I
Intellectual Property Statement ...........................................................................................III
Applicability ..........................................................................................................................III
Responsibility of Mindray ....................................................................................................III
Warranty Statements ........................................................................................................... IV
Customer Service Department ........................................................................................... IV
Descriptions Committed ...................................................................................................... V
1
Safety Precautions ..................................................................................................... 1-1
1.1
1.2
Meaning of Signal Words ..................................................................................................... 1-1
Symbols ................................................................................................................................ 1-1
1.2.1 Meaning of Safety Symbols .......................................................................................... 1-1
1.2.2 Warning Labels ............................................................................................................. 1-2
1.2.3 General Symbols .......................................................................................................... 1-2
1.3 Safety Precautions ............................................................................................................... 1-3
1.3.1 Electric Safety ............................................................................................................... 1-4
1.3.2 Mechanical Safety ........................................................................................................ 1-5
1.3.3 Personnel Safety .......................................................................................................... 1-5
1.3.4 Others ........................................................................................................................... 1-5
2
Product Specifications ............................................................................................... 2-1
2.1
Introduction........................................................................................................................... 2-1
2.1.1 Intended Use ................................................................................................................ 2-1
2.1.2 System Appearance ..................................................................................................... 2-1
2.1.3 Trolley Appearance ..................................................................................................... 2-10
2.1.4 Peripherals Supported ................................................................................................ 2-13
2.2 Specifications ..................................................................................................................... 2-14
2.2.1 External Dimensions and Weight ............................................................................... 2-14
2.2.2 Electric Specifications ................................................................................................. 2-14
2.2.3 Environment Specifications ........................................................................................ 2-15
2.2.4 Monitor Specifications ................................................................................................. 2-15
3
System Installation ..................................................................................................... 3-1
3.1
Installation Preparations ....................................................................................................... 3-1
3.1.1 Electrical Requirements ................................................................................................ 3-1
3.1.2 Installation Condition .................................................................................................... 3-2
3.1.3 Installation Confirmation ............................................................................................... 3-2
3.2 Unpacking ............................................................................................................................ 3-2
3.2.1 Unpacking Process ....................................................................................................... 3-2
3.2.2 Check ............................................................................................................................ 3-7
3.3 Installation of Whole Device ................................................................................................. 3-7
3.3.1 Connecting Power Cable .............................................................................................. 3-7
3.3.2 Connecting ECG ........................................................................................................... 3-7
3.3.3 Connecting a Ultrasound Probe ................................................................................... 3-7
3.4 Installing Peripherals ............................................................................................................ 3-8
3.4.1 Connecting the Footswitch ........................................................................................... 3-8
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3.4.2 Connecting/Removing a USB Memory Device............................................................. 3-8
3.4.3 Graph/Text Printer......................................................................................................... 3-9
3.4.4 Video Printer ............................................................................................................... 3-11
3.4.5 Barcode Reader.......................................................................................................... 3-12
3.5 Wired Network Connection ................................................................................................ 3-17
3.6 System Configuration ......................................................................................................... 3-17
3.6.1 Power-on Running ...................................................................................................... 3-17
3.6.2 Enter Doppler.............................................................................................................. 3-17
3.6.3 System Preset ............................................................................................................ 3-18
3.6.4 Print Preset ................................................................................................................. 3-19
3.6.5 Network Preset ........................................................................................................... 3-20
3.6.6 Network Configure ...................................................................................................... 3-24
3.6.7 DICOM/HL7 Preset ..................................................................................................... 3-30
3.6.8 Security ....................................................................................................................... 3-32
3.6.9 System Information Verification .................................................................................. 3-35
4
Product Principle ........................................................................................................ 4-1
4.1
4.2
General Structure of Main Unit’s Hardware System ............................................................ 4-1
Main Board ........................................................................................................................... 4-2
4.2.1 Power Supply................................................................................................................ 4-3
4.2.2 Backend ........................................................................................................................ 4-3
4.2.3 Front-end of Main Board ............................................................................................... 4-5
4.3 TR64 Board .......................................................................................................................... 4-6
4.4 Probe Board ......................................................................................................................... 4-6
4.5 PHV Power Supply Board .................................................................................................... 4-7
4.6 ECG Unit .............................................................................................................................. 4-7
4.7 Control Panel........................................................................................................................ 4-9
4.8 Main Display Unit ............................................................................................................... 4-10
4.9 Probe Extension Board ...................................................................................................... 4-11
4.10 Audio/Video Transfer Module ............................................................................................. 4-12
4.11 USB HUB Board ................................................................................................................. 4-13
4.12 Trolley Power Supply ......................................................................................................... 4-13
4.12.1 Connection Board of Trolley Power Supply ................................................................ 4-14
4.12.2 AC_DC Power Supply ................................................................................................ 4-14
4.12.3 Management Board of Trolley Battery ........................................................................ 4-14
4.13 System Power-on Control .................................................................................................. 4-15
4.14 Internal Connection Diagram of Main Unit and Trolley ...................................................... 4-17
4.15 Details in Main Unit’s Power-on ......................................................................................... 4-17
5
Checking Performance and Functions ..................................................................... 5-1
5.1
5.2
Description ........................................................................................................................... 5-1
Checking System Status ...................................................................................................... 5-1
5.2.1 Running Status ............................................................................................................. 5-1
5.2.2 Working Condition ........................................................................................................ 5-1
5.3 General Check ..................................................................................................................... 5-2
5.3.1 Check Flow ................................................................................................................... 5-2
5.3.2 Check Content .............................................................................................................. 5-2
5.4 Functions Checking .............................................................................................................. 5-5
5.4.1 Checking Flow .............................................................................................................. 5-5
5.4.2 Checking Content ......................................................................................................... 5-5
5.5 Performance Test ............................................................................................................... 5-11
5.5.1 Test Procedures .......................................................................................................... 5-11
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5.5.2
6
Test Content................................................................................................................ 5-12
Software Installation & Maintenance ........................................................................ 6-1
6.1
6.2
6.4
6.5
Enter Maintenance ............................................................................................................... 6-1
Software Installation/Restoration ......................................................................................... 6-2
Enter Windows ..................................................................................................................... 6-5
Software Maintenance.......................................................................................................... 6-6
6.5.1 Log Export .................................................................................................................... 6-6
6.6 Data Backup and Storage .................................................................................................... 6-6
6.6.1 Preset Data Management ............................................................................................. 6-6
6.6.2 Patient Data Backup and Restoration .......................................................................... 6-7
6.7 Introduction on HDD Partition Data ...................................................................................... 6-7
7
Field Replaceable Unit ............................................................................................... 7-1
7.1
7.2
8
Explosive View ..................................................................................................................... 7-2
Assembly Explosive View..................................................................................................... 7-3
7.2.1 Monitor Assembly (A0) ................................................................................................. 7-3
7.2.2 Control Panel Assembly (B0)........................................................................................ 7-5
7.2.3 Main Unit Assembly (C0) .............................................................................................. 7-7
7.2.4 Cables (D0)................................................................................................................. 7-12
7.2.5 Accessories (E0)......................................................................................................... 7-13
7.2.6 UMT-500 Mobile Trolley (F0) ...................................................................................... 7-15
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly...................................................................... 8-1
8.1
Structure of the Complete System ....................................................................................... 8-1
8.1.1 Main Unit....................................................................................................................... 8-1
8.1.2 Mobile Trolley................................................................................................................ 8-2
8.2 Main Unit Assembly/Disassembly ........................................................................................ 8-3
8.2.1 Preparation ................................................................................................................... 8-3
8.2.2 Battery .......................................................................................................................... 8-4
8.2.3 Dust-proof Mesh of Main Unit ....................................................................................... 8-5
8.2.4 Network Adaptor ........................................................................................................... 8-6
8.2.5 SSD Card...................................................................................................................... 8-7
8.2.6 Control Panel and Monitor ............................................................................................ 8-8
8.2.7 ECG Assembly............................................................................................................ 8-10
8.2.8 Fan .............................................................................................................................. 8-12
8.2.9 Probe Board Assembly ............................................................................................... 8-12
8.2.10 Machine Board Assembly ........................................................................................... 8-14
8.2.11 Control Panel Assembly ............................................................................................. 8-18
8.2.12 Display (monitor) Assembly ........................................................................................ 8-23
8.3 Trolley Assembly/Disassembly ........................................................................................... 8-27
8.3.1 Preparation ................................................................................................................. 8-27
8.3.2 Storage Box ................................................................................................................ 8-28
8.3.3 Power Supply Assembly ............................................................................................. 8-29
8.3.4 Trolley Panel Board Assembly .................................................................................... 8-33
8.3.5 Spring Assembly ......................................................................................................... 8-34
8.3.6 Cast-aluminum Base of Trolley Panel ........................................................................ 8-40
8.3.7 Lifting Column ............................................................................................................. 8-42
8.3.8 Trolley Base Assembly ............................................................................................... 8-43
8.3.9 Installation of probe holder ......................................................................................... 8-45
8.3.10 Disassembly of the probe holder ................................................................................ 8-47
8.3.11 Disassembly of intracavity probe holder ..................................................................... 8-47
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Installation of Option Modules .................................................................................. 9-1
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9.1
9.2
Installation of Optional Devices to Software......................................................................... 9-1
Installation of the Accessory Kits and Optional Devices to Hardware ................................. 9-3
9.2.1 Storage Tray ................................................................................................................. 9-4
9.2.2 Probe Extender Assembly ............................................................................................ 9-4
9.2.3 Audio/Video Extender Assembly .................................................................................. 9-5
9.2.4 Trolley Installation ......................................................................................................... 9-6
10 System Diagnosis and Support............................................................................... 10-1
10.1 General Status Indicator ..................................................................................................... 10-1
10.1.1 Indicators of Control Panel ......................................................................................... 10-1
10.1.2 Status of Whole Machine ............................................................................................ 10-2
10.2 Get Whole Machine Started ............................................................................................... 10-3
10.2.1 Power-on Process of Whole Machine Supplied by AC............................................... 10-4
10.2.2 The Start-up Process of BIOS .................................................................................... 10-4
10.2.3 Windows Start-up........................................................................................................ 10-4
10.2.4 The Start-up of Doppler .............................................................................................. 10-5
10.3 Alarming and Abnormal Information ................................................................................... 10-7
10.3.1 Power Error................................................................................................................. 10-7
10.3.2 Abnormal Voltage of System Power ........................................................................... 10-9
10.3.3 Abnormal Temperature ............................................................................................... 10-9
10.3.4 Fan Error................................................................................................................... 10-10
10.3.5 PHV Error ................................................................................................................. 10-10
10.3.6 Other Errors .............................................................................................................. 10-11
10.4 Self-test ............................................................................................................................ 10-11
10.4.1 Self-test Introduction ................................................................................................. 10-11
10.4.2 Operation Procedure of Maintenance Self-test ........................................................ 10-12
10.4.3 User Self-test ............................................................................................................ 10-16
10.4.4 Test Report ............................................................................................................... 10-18
11 Care and Maintenance...............................................................................................11-1
11.1 Overview ............................................................................................................................ 11-1
11.1.1 Tools, Measurement Devices and Consumables ....................................................... 11-1
11.1.2 Routine Maintenance Items ........................................................................................ 11-2
11.2 Cleaning ............................................................................................................................. 11-3
11.2.1 System Cleaning......................................................................................................... 11-3
11.2.2 Peripherals Cleaning .................................................................................................. 11-7
11.3 Check ................................................................................................................................. 11-7
11.3.1 General Check ............................................................................................................ 11-7
11.3.2 System Function Check .............................................................................................. 11-8
11.3.3 Check for Peripherals and Optional Functions ........................................................... 11-8
11.3.4 Mechanical Safety Inspection ..................................................................................... 11-9
12 Troubleshooting of Regular Malfunctions.............................................................. 12-1
12.1 Troubleshooting as the System is Disabled to Power On .................................................. 12-1
12.1.1 Related Modules or Boards ........................................................................................ 12-1
12.1.2 Key Points Supporting Troubleshooting ..................................................................... 12-1
12.1.3 Troubleshooting as the System is Disabled to Power On .......................................... 12-1
12.2 The System Cannot Perform Troubleshooting ................................................................... 12-2
12.2.1 Related Modules or Boards ........................................................................................ 12-2
12.2.2 Key Points Supporting Troubleshooting ..................................................................... 12-2
12.2.3 The System Cannot Perform Troubleshooting ........................................................... 12-3
12.3 Image Troubleshooting ....................................................................................................... 12-3
12.3.1 Related Modules or Boards ........................................................................................ 12-3
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12.3.2 Key Points Supporting Troubleshooting ..................................................................... 12-3
12.3.3 Image Troubleshooting ............................................................................................... 12-4
12.4 Troubleshooting Control Panel ........................................................................................... 12-4
12.4.1 Related Modules or Boards ........................................................................................ 12-4
12.4.2 Key Points Supporting Troubleshooting ..................................................................... 12-4
12.4.3 Troubleshooting Control Panel ................................................................................... 12-5
12.5 Troubleshooting LCD Display............................................................................................. 12-5
12.5.1 Related Modules or Boards ........................................................................................ 12-5
12.5.2 Key Points Supporting Troubleshooting ..................................................................... 12-6
12.5.3 Troubleshooting Monitor ............................................................................................. 12-6
12.6 Troubleshooting for ECG Module ....................................................................................... 12-6
12.6.1 Related Modules or Boards ........................................................................................ 12-6
12.6.2 Key Points Supporting Troubleshooting ..................................................................... 12-6
12.6.3 Troubleshooting for ECG Module ............................................................................... 12-7
Appendix A
Electrical Safety Inspection .................................................................. A-1
Appendix B
Phantom Usage Illustration................................................................... B-1
Appendix C
Description of Self-test Test Items ....................................................... C-1
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Version Information
Mindray may revise this publication from time to time without written notice. The detailed
information is shown below:
Version
Release
Date
1.0
2013.12.30
Reason for Revision
Initial release
Add the picture of field replaceable unit in Chapter 7.1;
2.0
2014.1.27
3.0
2014.3.19
4.0
2014.6.12
Change the order number of the speaker and cable in Chapter 7.1;
Change the disassembly method of the shield cover of PHV board in
Chapter 8.2.10
Add the precaution of the disassembly of the CPU assembly;
Update the content of the appendix C.1.25
Update figures in chapter 8.2.7 since a pressure plate is added for
ECG cable;
Update contents of Z0501 in appendix C.1.25
Change FRU materual No. in Chapter 7;
Change iStorage screen picture in section 3.5.5.1;
5.0
2014.9.24
6.0
2015.2.15
Add section 3.5.6 Network Configure;
Add in “4-protective grounding impedance” testing applies to M9
portable system with UMT-500Plus trolley (with power supply) only in
Appendix A.
Add SONY UP-D898MD, UP-X898MD printers in chapter 2.1.4 along
with compatibility description.
Section 7.1, add the part number of main board and SSD card used
for CE M9GI
7.0
2015.5
Section 7.1, change the picture of SSD card
Section C.1.27, change the picture of keyboard testing
Add M9GI product model
8.0
2015.8
Section 3.5, add the wired network connection information.
11.0
2016.4.7
Section 7, change the wired network connection information.
12.0
2016.5.20
Section 7, the modification of the FRU.
13.0
2016.8.9
Update the labels in 1.2.2.
Add M9Vet model.
Add 4D and TEE related self-test items in C.1.16 – C.1.19 chapter
14.0
2017.1
Update trolley probe holder part number and add part number of
intracavity probe holder in 7.2 chapter
Add assembly/disassembly descriptions in 8.3.9 – 8.3.11 for probe
holders.
15.0
2017.6
Update Monitor Assembly(eDP screen/FRU), Monitor
Assembly(LVDS2eDP/FRU), CPU Module(6100 PC module/eDP
output/FRU), CPU Module(6100 PC module/LVDS output/FRU), M9
I
Main Board(eDP output+M.2 port WiFi/FRU), M9 Main
Board(M9GI/eDP output+M.2 port WiFi/FRU), Wireless net
adapter(M.2 port), iDock51 Audio/Video Extend Module, SSD card
FRU, Monitor front cover assembly FRU, control panel assembly FRU
in chapter 7.1.
Update Audio/Video extend module FRU in chapter 9.2.
16.0
2017.9
Add the FRU number of Russian keyboard.
17.0
2017.12
Change the FRU number of TR64 board in chapter 7.1.
1. Add M8 series product models.
18.0
2017.06
2. Add FRUs.
3. Add anti-virus, Q-Path, EAP network.
1. Update the unpacking information in section 3.2
19.0
2018.09
20.0
2018.10
21.0
2019.01
22.0
2019.7
23.0
2019.09
Change the FRU number of Control Panel Assembly and PC
Keyboard in chapter 7.1.
24.0
2020.2
Change the FRU information of CPU module in chapter 7.1.
25.0
2020.3
Update EAP network management; add Windows 10 activation;
Change the FRU information in chapter 7.1.
2. Update th screw type in section 8.3.3
1.
Add the lithium-ion Battery FRU
2.
Modify the screwdriver size.
Change the FRU number of Small keyboard assembly(FRU) in
chapter 7.1.
Change DS6707 to DS4308 in Chapter 2.1.4.
Change the FRU number of Main Board, Control panel assembly
(FRU) and Silicon keypad in chapter 7.1.
© 2013-2020 Shenzhen Mindray Bio-medical Electronics Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
II
Intellectual Property Statement
SHENZHEN MINDRAY BIO-MEDICAL ELECTRONICS CO., LTD. (hereinafter called “Mindray”)
owns the intellectual property rights to this Mindray product and this manual. This manual may refer
to information protected by copyright, trademark, or patents, and does not convey any license under
the intellectual property rights of Mindray or of others.
Mindray intends to maintain the contents of this manual as confidential information. Disclosure of
the information in this manual in any manner whatsoever without the written permission of Mindray
is strictly forbidden.
Release, amendment, reproduction, distribution, rental, adaptation, translation or any other
derivative work of this manual in any manner whatsoever without the written permission of Mindray
is strictly forbidden.
is the trademark of Mindray. All other trademarks that appear in this manual are used
only for informational or editorial purposes. They are the property of their respective owners.
Applicability
This service manual is intended as a guide for technically qualified personnel during service
procedures. This service manual describes the product according to the most complete
configuration; some of the content may not apply to the specific product you are servicing. If you
have any questions, please contact the Mindray Customer Service Department (contact information
is below). Do not attempt to service this equipment unless this service manual has been consulted
and is understood. Failure to do so may result in personal injury or product damage.
Responsibility of Mindray
Contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice. Please check with the Mindray
Customer Service Department for any updates or changes to this manual.
All information contained in this manual is believed to be correct as of the date of its publication.
Mindray shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in
connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this manual.
Mindray shall not be responsible for the effects on safety, reliability, and performance of this product
if:

Installation operations, expansions, changes, modifications and repairs of this product are
conducted by personnel not authorized by Mindray;

The electrical installation of the relevant room does not comply with the applicable national and
local requirements;

The product is not used in accordance with the instructions for use.
III
Warranty Statements
Mindray warrants that components within the ultrasound system under warranty will be free from
defects in workmanship and materials for the amount of time specified under Mindray’s then-current
warranty policy (please check with the Mindray Customer Service Department for the applicable
warranty period for each system). Under this warranty, Mindray will repair or replace (at Mindray’s
option) any defective component at no charge for materials according to Mindray’s then-current
warranty policy. This warranty does not cover consumable items such as, but not limited to,
traveling carrying case, acoustic gel, paper, disposable or one-off materials, and sampling
materials.
Recommended preventative maintenance, as prescribed in the Service Manual, is the responsibility
of the user, and is not covered by this warranty.
Mindray will not be liable for any incidental, special, or consequential loss, damage, or expense
directly or indirectly arising from the use of its products. Liability under this warranty and the buyer’s
exclusive remedy under this warranty is limited to servicing or replacing the affected products, at
Mindray’s option, at the factory or at an authorized Distributor, for any product which shall under
normal use and service appear to Mindray to have been defective in material or workmanship.
No agent, employee, or representative of Mindray has any authority to bind Mindray to any
affirmation, representation, or warranty concerning its products, and any affirmation, representation,
or warranty made by any agent, employee, or representative shall not be enforceable by buyer or
user.
THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF, AND MINDRAY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS, ANY
OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND
OF ANY OTHER OBLIGATION ON THE PART OF MINDRAY.
Damage to any product or parts through misuse, neglect, accident, or by affixing any non-standard
accessory attachments or by any customer modification voids this warranty.
Mindray makes no warranty whatever in regard to trade accessories, such being subject to the
warranty of their respective manufacturers.
A condition of this warranty is that the equipment or any accessories which are claimed to be
defective be returned, when authorized, to the appropriate Mindray affiliate. Please contact the
Mindray Customer Service Department for appropriate details for your region.
Customer Service Department
Manufacturer:
Shenzhen Mindray Bio-Medical Electronics Co., Ltd.
Address:
Mindray Building, Keji 12th Road South, High-tech industrial park,
Nanshan, Shenzhen 518057,P.R.China
Website:
www.mindray.com
E-mail Address:
[email protected]
Tel:
+86 755 81888998
Fax:
+86 755 26582680
IV
Descriptions Committed
The following marks are used for describing keys on the control panel, menu items, buttons on
dialog boxes and other basic operations in the manual:




.
<Button>: the angle bracket for enclosing the button’s name refers to the buttons on the
keyboard, rotation knobs, switches or controls.
[Menu item or key]: the square bracket for enclosing menu item or key refers to the menu
items or the keys on dialog boxes.
Click [Menu item or key]: move the cursor to the menu item or the key on the dialog box,
and then press <Set>. Or, click other optional keys on touch screen.
[Menu item]-[Sub-menu item]: select sub-menu item based on the operation path
V
1
Safety Precautions
This chapter describes important issues related to safety precautions, as well as the labels and
icons on the ultrasound machine.
1.1
Meaning of Signal Words
In this service manual, the signal words
DANGER,
WARNING,
CAUTION and NOTE
are used regarding safety and other important instructions. The signal words and their meanings
are defined as follows. Please be aware of the meaning of the signal words before reading this
manual.
Signal word
Description
DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if not avoided, will result
in death or serious injury.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result
in death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, may result in
minor or moderate injury.
NOTE
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, may result in
property damage.
Description
1.2
Important information that helps you to use the system more effectively.
Symbols
The following tables provide location and information of the safety symbols and warning labels,
please read carefully.
1.2.1
Meaning of Safety Symbols
Symbol
Position
Description
Type-BF applied part
Right side of main unit
Note: The ultrasound probes connected to
this system are type-BF applied parts.
The ECG module connected to this system
is Type-BF applied part.
Caution
Main unit
Safety Precautions 1-1
1.2.2
No.
Warning Labels
Warning Labels
1.
The following labels are available
when the system works with the
mobile trolley.
2.
Description
Label Position
Read the manual carefully before
using the system.
On the upper left
corner of the
control panel
a. Do not place the system on a
sloped surface. Otherwise the
system may slide, resulting in
personal injury or the system
malfunction. Two persons are
required to move the system over
a sloped surface.
On the left part of
the trolley panel
b. Do not sit on the system.
c. DO NOT push the system when
the casters are locked.
Non-ionizing radiation
3
1.2.3
On the bottom part
of the ultrasound
system
General Symbols
This symbols used in the device are listed in the following table. Meanings are:
No.
Symbol
Description
1
Type-BF applied part
2
To avoid safety accidents, refer to relevant content in the manual.
3
Dangerous voltage
4
No user serviceable parts (applied to the power adapter)
5
Indoor, dry location use only (applied to the power adapter)
6
Power button
7
Probe sockets
8
USB port
9
S-VIDEO signal port; VIDEO signal port
10
AC (Alternating current)
11
Battery Status Indicator
1-2 Safety Precautions
No.
Symbol
Description
12
Pencil probe port (reserved)
13
IO extend port
14
unlocked symbol
15
locked symbol
16
Battery installation position indicator
17
Connects serial port devices
18
ECG function
19
Connects a display monitor or projector
20
Audio signal
21
Microphone input jack
22
Remote control port
23
Product serial number
24
Manufacture date
25
This product is provided with a CE marking in accordance with the regulations
stated in Council Directive 93 / 42 / EEC concerning Medical Devices. The number
adjacent to the CE marking (0123) is the number of the EU-notified body certified for
meeting the requirements of the Directive.
26
The environment-protective application period of the system is 20 years period.
27
Standby
1.3
Safety Precautions
Please read the following precautions carefully to ensure the safety of the patient and the
operator when using the probes.
DANGER:
Do not operate this system in an atmosphere containing flammable
or explosive gases such as anesthetic gases, oxygen, and hydrogen
or explosive fluid such as ethanol because an explosion may occur.
Safety Precautions 1-3
1.3.1
Electric Safety
WARNING:
1. Connect the power plug of this system and power plugs of the
peripherals to wall receptacles that meet the ratings indicated
on the rating nameplate. Using a multifunctional receptacle may
affect the system grounding performance, and cause the
leakage current to exceed safety requirements. Use the power
cord accompanied with the system provided by Mindray.
2.
Disconnect the AC power before you clean or uninstall the
ultrasound machine, otherwise, electric shock may result.
3. When using peripherals not powered by the auxiliary output of the
ultrasound system, or using peripherals other than permitted by
Mindray, make sure the overall leakage current of peripherals and
the ultrasound system meets the requirement of the local medical
device electrical regulation (like enclosure leakage current should
be no more than 500uA of IEC 60601-1-1), and the responsibility is
held by the user.
4. In maintenance or assembly/disassembly, make sure other
cables are connected well before the battery connecting cable is
connected, otherwise the system may be damaged due to
hot-plug.
5. Do not use this system simultaneously with equipment such as
an electrosurgical unit, high-frequency therapy equipment, or a
defibrillator, etc.; otherwise electric shock may result.
6. This system is not water-proof. If any water is sprayed on or into
the system, electric shock may result.
CAUTION:
1. DO NOT connect or disconnect the system’s power cord or its
accessories (e.g., a printer or a recorder) without turning OFF
the power first. This may damage the system and its
accessories or cause electric shock.
2. Avoid electromagnetic radiation when perform performance test
on the ultrasound system.
3. In an electrostatic sensitive environment, don’t touch the device
directly. Please wear electrostatic protecting gloves if
necessary.
4. You should use the ECG leads provided with the ECG module.
Otherwise it may result in electric shock.5. Maximum output power
of the trolley is 240 VA.
1-4 Safety Precautions
1.3.2
Mechanical Safety
WARNING:
1. When moving the system, you should first power off the
system, fold the LCD display, disconnect the system from other
devices (including probes) and disconnect the system from the
power supply.
2. Do not subject the transducers to knocks or drops. Use of a
defective probe may cause electric shock to the patient.
CAUTION:
1. Do not expose the system to excessive vibration (during the
transportation) to avoid device dropping, collision, or
mechanical damage.
2. When you place the system on the mobile trolley and move them
together, you must secure all objects on the mobile trolley to
prevent them from falling. Otherwise you should separate the
system from the mobile trolley and move them individually.
When you have to move the system with the mobile trolley
upward or downward the stairs, you must separate them first
and then move them individually.
3. Do not move the ultrasound system if the HDD indicator is
green, sudden shake may cause the HDD in damage.4 When
moving the trolley with mounted system, please take care of the
connector of the power adapter in case of damage.
1.3.3
Note:
Personnel Safety
1.
2.
3.
1.3.4
Note:
The user is not allowed to open the covers and panel of the system, neither
device disassemble is allowed.
To ensure the system performance and safety, only Mindray engineers or
engineers authorized by Mindray can perform maintenance.
Only technical professionals from Mindray or engineers authorized by Mindray
after training can perform maintenance.
Others
For detailed operation and other information about the ultrasound system, please refer
to the operator’s manual.
Safety Precautions 1-5
2
Product Specifications
2.1
Introduction
2.1.1
Intended Use
The diagnostic ultrasound system is intended for use in clinical ultrasonic diagnosis.
2.1.2
System Appearance
Product Specifications 2-1
No.
Name
Function
1
Monitor
Displays the images and parameters during the scan.
2
Control Panel
Operator-system interface or control
3
Handle
Used for carrying the system
Power input port
4
Connects the power adapter
5
HDMI port
Outputs high definition multimedia signals
6
USB port
Connects USB devices (2 ports)
7
ECG port
Connects ECG lead or DC-IN cable
8
Probe port
Connects a probe to the main unit; or connects a probe
extend module
Locks or unlocks the probe connected with the main unit
9
Probe locking lever
:locked symbol
:unlocked symbol
10
2.1.2.1
Pencil probe port
Connects to a pencil probe.
Extend Modules
Extend modules to the system are: probe extend module, video/audio extend module.

Probe extend module
No.
Name
Function
<1>
Connector
Connects to the probe port of the main unit, and
extends the probe port to three.
<2>
Probe port
To extend ports for connecting probes
2-2 Product Specifications
Note:
1.
Perform the plug and unplug of the probe module. To reduce the wastage of probe
module, the operation should be conducted under frozen status of the system.
2.
If you use the probe extend module to connect a probe, the image quality may be
degraded.

Audio/Video extend module

Panel introduction
No.
<1>
Indicator
Function
Used for connecting to main unit. The green
indicator is on.
<2>
Used for audio signal output.
<3>
Used for separate video output.
<4>

Symbol
VGA
VGA signal output
Connection
Connect the V/A extend module to the main unit via an HDMI port. As shown in the following figure.
Product Specifications 2-3
2.1.2.2
Control Panel
2-4 Product Specifications
No.
Name
English Name
Description
1.
B mode button
B
Press to enter B mode
2.
P mode button
P
Press to enter Power mode.
3.
C mode button
C
Press to enter the Color mode.
4.
CW mode button
CW
Press to enter CW mode.
5.
PW mode button
PW
Press to enter the PW mode.
6.
TDI
buttons
TDI
Press to enter TDI mode
7.
M mode button
M
Press to enter the M mode.
Switching key: Press to change the
currently active window.
Functional
8.
Update button
Update
9.
Measure button
Measure
Press
to
measurement
10.
Caliper button
Caliper
Press to enter/exit general measurement
11.
Trackball
/
To move the cursor.
12.
Confirm
(left<Set> key)
key
13.
Confirm key
<Set> key)
(right
14.
Angle adjustment and
quick angle knob
Angle
Adjust the angle
15.
Gain and iTouch knob
iTouch
Adjust the gain of the image in various
modes
16.
Cine button
Cine
Start or end capturing the image in iScape
enter/exit
application
/
Press to confirm key
/
Press to enter iTouch mode
Press to enter/ exit the Cine Review
status.
Product Specifications 2-5
No.
Name
English Name
Description
17.
Clear button
Clear
Press to clear off the comments or
measurement calipers on the screen.
18.
Freeze button
Freeze
Press to freeze or defreeze the image.
19.
Power button
/
Power button
20.
Soft menu adjustment
button 1
/
Press to select the soft menu items
displayed on the bottom of the screen.
Refer to the subsequent contents for
specific functions.
21.
Soft menu adjustment
button 2
/
Press to select the soft menu items
displayed on the bottom of the screen.
Refer to the subsequent contents for
specific functions.
22.
Soft menu adjustment
button 3
/
Press to select the soft menu items
displayed on the bottom of the screen.
Refer to the subsequent contents for
specific functions.
23.
Soft menu page up
button
/
Press to turn the soft menu pages
upward.
24.
Soft menu page down
button
/
Press to turn soft menu pages downward.
25.
Soft menu display
mode switch button
/
Press to switch the mode for the soft
menu.
26.
Soft menu adjustment
button 4
/
Press to select the soft menu items
displayed on the bottom of the screen.
Refer to the subsequent contents for
specific functions.
27.
Soft menu adjustment
button 5
/
Press to select the soft menu items
displayed on the bottom of the screen.
Refer to the subsequent contents for
specific functions.
28.
Soft menu adjustment
button 6
/
Press to select the soft menu items
displayed on the bottom of the screen.
Refer to the subsequent contents for
specific functions.
29.
Patient
button
Patient
Press to enter the Patient information
screen.
30.
Probe/exam
switch button
Probe/Exam
Press to switch probe and exam mode
31.
Image review button
Review
Press to review the stored images.
32.
End exam button
End Exam
Press to end an exam.
33.
User-defined key 3
P3
User-defined key
34.
User-defined key 2
P2
User-defined key
35.
Body mark button
Body Mark
Press to enter/ exit the body mark mode.
information
2-6 Product Specifications
mode
No.
Name
English Name
Description
36.
Cursor button
Cursor
Press to show/hide the cursor
37.
Baseline
adjustment
and
interface
Baseline
Adjust the baseline parameter.
38.
Scale
adjustment
button and auxiliary
interface
Scale
Adjust scale parameter.
39.
Steer/Invert
adjustment button
Steer/Invert
Adjust steer/invert parameter.
40.
TGC and functional
interface
/
Move to adjust depth gain compensation.
41.
Single-window button
Single
Press to enter active window in Dual or
Quad mode.
position
button
auxiliary
window
Press to enter the Dual mode from
another mode;
42.
Dual-split
button
43.
Image zoom and
spot/pan zoom switch
knob.
Zoom
Press to enter or exit zoom status.
44.
Depth
adjustment
button and fictional
interface
Depth
Adjust depth
45.
Focus
position
adjustment
button
and
functional
interface
Focus Position
Adjust the focus position.
46.
Save static
button
Save1
Press to save the image; user-defined
key.
47.
User-defined key 1
P1
User-defined key
48.
Standby
indicator
image
status
Dual
Press to switch between the two windows
in the Dual mode.
Standby indicator
/
Standby: blinking in orange
Other status: light off
Hard disk status indicator
49.
Hard
disk
indicator
read
The indicator blinks in green when hard
disk is running.
/
The indicator is off on the other status.
DO NOT move the machine when the
indicator blinking in green. Otherwise the
hard disk may be damaged by sudden
shake.
Product Specifications 2-7
No.
Name
English Name
Description
Battery status indicator.
Charging status:
It illuminates in orange when batteries are
charging;
50.
Battery indicator
/
It illuminates in green when batteries are
charged to full capacity;
Discharging status:
It illuminates in green when batteries are
charged fairly;
It illuminates in orange when batteries run
out.
AC indicator
The indicator is green at AC supply.
51.
AC power indicator
/
52.
Esc
Esc
Cancel the operation or exit.
53.
On-line help
Help
Press to open or close the accompanying
help documents.
54.
Patient
data
management system
iStation
Press to enter or exit patient information
system.
55.
Report
Report
Open/ close the exam report.
56.
User-defined key 5-8
P5~P8
User-defined keys, functions of which can
be defined in preset.
57.
Stress echo
Stress Echo
Press to enter Stress Echo mode
58.
Physiological signal
Physio
Press to enter or exit ECG.
59.
Setup
Setup
Press to enter/ exit setup.
60.
Biopsy
Biopsy
Press to enter biopsy
61.
Set home
Set Home
Set home of comments
The indicator is off when batteries (AC
does not supply the power) supplied.
Enter Quad mode in Non-Quad mode;
62.
Quad-window display
Quad
Press to switch among interfaces in Quad
mode.
63.
iZoom
(Full-screen
Zooming)
iZoom
Enter/switch/exit full-screen zoom status.
64.
Arrow
Arrow
Enter/exit the arrow comment status.
65.
Home
Home
Activate the Home function: return to start
position of comment.
66.
Comments
Comment
Enter/exit the textual comment status.
2-8 Product Specifications
No.
Name
English Name
Description
67.
Direction-control keys
/
Moves the cursor one letter each time; or,
select the ambient one in a selectable
area.
68.
User-defined key 4
P4
User-defined keys, functions of which can
be defined in preset.
69.
Alphanumeric keys
/
Enter characters.
For functions of undefined buttons or keys, the user can define it on your own. Refer to Operator
manual for details about function setting.
 Functions of key combination
The system supports multi-language input; you can use the key combinations. The key
combinations include <Shift>, <Alt Gr>, <Ctrl> and some alphabet keys.

<Shift> combination key
<Shift> + key: input the upper left letter of the key.
For the alphabet keys (<A>~<Z>), press <Shift>+key to input the letter of different case
with the current state.

[Alt Gr] combination key
Combined with other letter keys, [Alt Gr] can be used for entering other languages.
Press [Alt Gr], and meanwhile press a letter key, the letter on the upper-right corner of the
key can be entered.

[Ctrl] combination key
In iStation or Review screen, use <Ctrl> and <Set> to select more than one patient.
The combination of <Ctrl> and <Space> can switch the input between Chinese and
English.

Combination key used together with [Fn] key
For those combination keys, press <Fn>+key to use the functions indicated with a frame on
the key.
No.
Fn+
Name
Function
1.
→
End
Turn up the volume
2.
←
Home
Turn down the volume
3.
↑
Pg Up
Increase the brightness of the LCD display.
4.
↓
Pg Dn
Decrease the brightness of the LCD display.
Product Specifications 2-9
2.1.3
Trolley Appearance
2-10 Product Specifications
No.
Name
Function
<1>
Probe cable hook
Manage probe cable
<2>
Ultrasound main unit
Ultrasound system
<3>
Ascending/descending switch
Press to adjust the height of operation panel
<4>
Anti-theft setting
Used to fix the ultrasound system to the trolley.
<5>
Printer bracket
Used to place the printer
<6>
Probe extend module
Used to extend ports for connecting probes (optional)
<7>
Storage tray
Used to place the adaptor, gel and other stuff.
<8>
USB port
Connects USB devices (2 ports)
<9>
Probe holder
Used to place probes temporarily
Used for securing or moving the system
<10>
Caster
<11>
Audio/video extender
Used to switch audio/video (optional)
<12>
Lifting column
Used to adjust the height of operation panel
Step on the second footswitch to lock the trolley. Step
on the first footswitch to unlock the trolley.
Product Specifications 2-11
No.
Name
Function
<13>
Moveable hook
Manage probe cable
<14>
Storage box
Used to place report or other stuff.
<15>
Power supply panel
Used to offer output/input port, equipotential terminal
for power supply.
Battery indicator:
It illuminates in orange when batteries are
charging;

It illuminates in green when batteries are in
the charge.

It illuminates in green when batteries are
charged fairly;

It illuminates in orange when batteries run
out.
AC power indicator:

<16>
Indicator

The indicator is green at AC supply.
The indicator is off when batteries (AC does not supply
the power) supplied.
2.1.3.1
Power Supply Panel
No.
Name
Function
1
Equipotential
terminal
Used for equipotential connection, balancing the protective earth
potentials between the device and other electrical equipment.
2
Power inlet
AC power inlet
3
Power supply
outlet
Supply power for optional peripheral devices (e.g. DVR)
The symbol
represents the equipotential terminal that is used for balancing the protective
earth potentials between the system and other electrical equipment.
2-12 Product Specifications
1.
Be sure to connect the equipotential wire before inserting the
power plug into the receptacle; be sure to pull out the power
plug from the receptacle before disconnecting the equipotential
wire; otherwise electric shock may result.
2.
When you connect another device to this system, you should
use the equipotential wire to connect each of equipotential
terminals; otherwise electric shock may result.
3.
Connect the earth cable before turning ON the system.
Disconnect the earth cable after turning OFF the system.
Otherwise electric shock may result.
4.
DO NOT connect this system to outlets with the same circuit
breakers and fuses that control the current to devices such as
life-support systems. If this system malfunctions and generates
over current, or when there is an instantaneous current at power
ON, the circuit breakers and fuses of the building’s supply
circuit may be tripped.
WARNING:
2.1.4
Peripherals Supported
The peripheral devices supported by the system. The information is shown as below:
No.
1.
Item
Graph/text printer
Model
HP Officejet 7000 wide format
MITSUBISHI P95DW-N
2.
Black/white video printer
SONY UP-D897
SONY UP-D898MD
SONY UP-X898MD
3.
Digital color video printer
SONY UP-D25MD
SYMBOL DS4308
4.
1D/2DBarcode reader
SYMBOL LS2208
JADAK HS-1M
JADAK HS-1R
5.
DVR
6.
External DVD R/W drive
ASUS DVD SDRW-08D2S-U
NOTE: printer UP-D898MD and UP-X898MD should be used in compatible with 1.00.7 2015-1-27
OS version or above versions. You can also select “DVR: 897” in the DIGITAL -> - DRIVER path on
the printer (use UPD897 driver) if OS is not updated.
WARNING:
This device complies with IEC60601-1-2:2014, and its RF emission
meets the requirements of CISPR11 Class B. In a domestic
environment, the customer or the user should guarantee to connect
the system with Class B peripheral devices; otherwise RF
interference may result and the customer or the user must take
adequate measures accordingly.
Product Specifications 2-13
2.2
Specifications
2.2.1
External Dimensions and Weight
 Size: (362±5) X (390±5) X (59±3) mm
 Weight (built-in battery assembly): < 6.5KG
2.2.2
Electric Specifications
2.2.2.1
AC IN
Main unit
Voltage
100-240V~ (for adapter)
Frequency
50/60Hz (for adapter)
Output
power
2.0 A max (for adaptor)
Trolley
Voltage of
power supply
100-240V~
Frequency of
power supply
50/60Hz
Output power
500VA
2.2.2.2
Battery
Main unit battery:
Voltage
14.8V
Battery
capacity
5800mAh (one battery) x 2
Trolley battery
Voltage
14.8V
Battery
capacity
6600mAh (one battery) x 2
2-14 Product Specifications
2.2.3
Environment Specifications
Operational Conditions
Storage
Conditions
Ambient
temperature
0℃-40℃
-20℃-55℃
Relative
humidity
30%-85% (no condensation)
20%-95% (no condensation)
Atmospheric
pressure
700hPa-1060hPa
700hPa-1060hPa
WARNING:
2.2.4
and
Transportation
Do not use this system in the conditions other than those
specified.
Monitor Specifications
Working
voltage
12V
Monitor size
15.6 inches; 16: 9
Resolution
1920×1080
Visual angle
≥160
Product Specifications 2-15
3
3.1
Note:
System Installation
Installation Preparations
Do not install the machine in the following locations:
Locations near heat generators
Locations with high humidity
Locations with flammable gases
3.1.1
Electrical Requirements
3.1.1.1
Requirements of Regulator
See Chapter 2.2.2 for power supply specifications. Due to the difference of the power supply
stability of different districts, please advise the user to adopt a regulator of good quality and
performance such as an on-line UPS.
3.1.1.2
Grounding Requirements
The power cord of the system is a three-wire cable. The grounding terminal should be connected
with a power grounding cable to ensure that protective grounding works normally. Make sure that
the protective grounding works normally.
WARNING:
3.1.1.3
DO NOT connect this system to outlets with the same circuit
breakers and fuses that control the current of devices such as
life-support systems. If this system malfunctions and generates an
over-current, or when there is an instantaneous current at power
ON, the circuit breakers and fuses of the building’s supply circuit
may be tripped.
EMI Limitation
Ultrasound machines are susceptible to Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) from radio frequencies,
magnetic fields, and transient in the air wiring. They also generate EMI. Possible EMI sources
should be identified before the unit is installed.
These sources include: medical lasers, scanners, monitors, cauterizing guns and so on. Besides,
other devices that may result in high frequency electromagnetic interference such as mobile phone,
radio transceiver and wireless remote control toys are not allowed to be presented or used in the
room. Turn off those devices to make sure the ultrasound system can work in a normal way.
System Installation 3-1
3.1.2
Installation Condition
3.1.2.1
Space Requirements
Place the system with the necessary accessories at a proper position for convenient use.
Place the system in a room with good ventilation or having an air conditioning unit.
Maintain a generous – free air flowing space around the back and both sides of the system; failure
may result due to increased rise in system operating temperature.
A combination lighting system in the room (dim/bright) is recommended.
Except the receptacle dedicated for the ultrasound system, at least 3-4 spare receptacles on the
wall are available for the other medical devices and peripheral devices.
Power outlet and place for any external peripheral are within 2 m of each other with peripheral
within 1 m of the unit to connect cables.
3.1.2.2
Network Environment
Both wireless and wired LAN functions are supported by this ultrasound device.
Data transmission is allowed between different departments or areas without network cable.
Network can be automatically connected after disconnection in case that the device is required to
be moved, wireless transmission task can be recovered after the network resumed to normal
condition. Confirm the network devices and network conditions before the installation.
General information: default gateway IP address, and the other routers related information.
DICOM application information: DICOM server name, DICOM port, channels, and IP address.
3.1.3
Installation Confirmation
Please confirm the following items before installation:

The video format of installation area or country.

The language of installation area or country.

Power frequency of installation area or country.

The universal obstetrics formula and other measurement formula of installation area or country.

The preset values of installation area or country that are different from the default values.

The doctor’s operation habits.

The items above prior to the installation training, and do the system settings according to the
universal setting of installed region or country.
3.2
Unpacking
Unpacking tool: scissor
Installation duration: 2 people, 10 minutes.
3.2.1
Unpacking Process
3.2.1.1
Trolley Unpacking
1.
Use the scissor to cut off four white tapes around the external package as follows:
3-2 System Installation
2.
Take out the wooden cover.
3.
Unpacking

Remove the box upwards if the space is commodious enough;

If the space is not commodious enough, please follow the instructions below:
Press the middle of plastic clasp on the one side of the box as shown below;
Pull out the plastic clasp;
System Installation 3-3
Take out the plastic clasp out of the box (5 plastic clasps);
Take off the plastic clasps to open the box.
4.
Take out the foam of M9’s top plate.
5.
Take out the auxiliary box.
3-4 System Installation
6.
Take out foam lifting of the trolley.
7.
Take out the fixing board
8.
Turn the wooden cover to a slope.
9.
Push the trolley down over the wooden slope.
System Installation 3-5
3.2.1.2
Unpack Main Unit
1.
Cut off four tapes of the external package, open the external box, and take out the auxiliary box
and fixing foam;
2.
Take out the trolley case.
3.
Unlock the clasp to open the trolley case.
4.
Remove the protective pad, and take out the main unit and adaptor.
5.
Remove the protective pad and take out other attachments
3-6 System Installation
6.
Take out the probe.
Probe
3.2.2
Check
1. After unpacking, check the objects in the container with the package list to see if anything is in
short supply or is wrong.
2. Inspect and make sure there is no damage to the machine, no indentation, no cracks. If there is,
please contact Mindray Customer Service Department.
3.3
Installation of Whole Device
3.3.1
Connecting Power Cable
Connect the connector of the power adapter to the adapter port in the system. Use a three-wire
cable to connect the adapter with the external power supply.
3.3.2
Connecting ECG
Connect the ECG cable to the corresponding lead interface on ECG of the ultrasound device.
3.3.3
Connecting a Ultrasound Probe
WARNING:
The probes, cables and connectors are in proper operating order
and free from surface defects, cracks and peeling. Using a
defective probe may cause electric shock.
System Installation 3-7
Keep the cable end of the probe to the right side of the system, and insert the connector into the
port of the system, and then press in fully. See the figure below.
Toggle the locking lever to the top position.
Place the probe properly to avoid being treaded or wrapping with other devices. DO NOT allow the
probe head to hang free.
3.4
Installing Peripherals
Please see Chapter 2.1.4 for the device model that the system supports.
3.4.1
Connecting the Footswitch
The system supports footswitch of USB port type. As shown in the following figure.
You can set the functions of the footswitch in the [Key Config] page. Refer to Operator’s Manual for
footswitch setup.
3.4.2
Connecting/Removing a USB Memory Device
WARNING:
DO NOT directly remove a USB memory device; otherwise, the
USB device and/or the ultrasound system may be damaged.
3-8 System Installation
 When connecting a USB memory device to the ultrasound system via a USB port, You can hear
a sound if it is connected successfully. You can see the icon
imaging screen.
in the lower right corner of the
. Press <Set>, as shown in the figure
 To remove the USB memory device: Click the icon
below. Select the memory device to be removed. Click [OK] to remove the USB memory device.
There will be sound feedback when removing the USB memory device.
3.4.3
Graph/Text Printer
 Connecting a local printer
Note: Printers listed in Chapter 2.1.4 have drivers installed already.
As shown in the figure below, a graph / text printer has a power cord and data cable. The power
cord shall be directly plugged into a well-grounded outlet.
1. Connect the data cable to the USB port on the ultrasound system.
2. Power the system and the printer on.
 Installing the printer driver
Perform the following steps to install the printer driver as needed:
1. Connect the data cable to the USB port on the ultrasound system.
2. Power the system and the printer on.
3. Put the installation optical disk of the printer driver into the external DVD R/W drive.
Enter [Setup]→[Maintenance]→[Setup]→[Enter Windows], input the password. For details
about obtaining password, please refer to "6.4 Enter Windows".
The system enters the following page:
System Installation 3-9
4. Double click the CD driver (HP8100 is given as an example). The installation is starting.
5. Complete the operation according to the prompts on the screen. Click [Finish] to end the
installation.
6. Click [OK] to save the settings.
 Print
Both report and image can be printed on a graph/text printer.
1. To set the default report printer and its attribute:
(1) Enter "[Setup]→[Print Preset]" screen.
(2) Select the "Report Print" column in the Service Type list.
(3) In the “Property” frame, select printer from the driver list next to “Printer” in the lower
screen and set the items as needed.
(4) Click [Save] after you have finished setting.
2. Report print
In Report screen, select [Print] to print the report.
If you want to use a shortcut key for report print, you need to define the user-defined key in
“Key Configuration”. For details, see Operator manual.
Please refer to the accompanying manuals of the printers for more details.
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3.4.4
Video Printer
The system support video printers, consist of the B/W digital printers and color digital printers.
Power cable
port
1. Position the printer in the proper place.
2. Plug the printer power cord into an appropriate outlet.
3. Use a USB cable to connect between the system's USB port and the printer's USB port.
4. Load a paper roll, and turn on the system and printer.
5. See section “3.4.3 Graph/Text Printer” for the driver installation procedure (printer drivers listed
in chapter “2.1.4 Peripherals Supported” are installed already).
 Add a print service:
1. Open the “[Setup] → [Print Preset]” screen.
2. Click [Add Service] to enter the page.
3. Select the service type and enter the service name manually.
4. Click [OK] to return to the page.
5. Select the target printer from the drop-down list in the “Property” box and set other printing
properties.
6. Click [Save] to complete.
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3.4.5
Barcode Reader
The system supports barcode reader to read the patient information (ID).
Note:
If the letter case displayed on the dialog box is inversed after scanning the
barcode, please press the <Caps Lock> button on the control panel to toggle
between upper and lower cases, and then scan the barcode again.
The reader does not support Multilanguage decoding.
3.4.5.1
1.
1-D Barcode Reader
The appearance of barcode reader. Each part of the barcode reader: LED indicator, scan
window and scan trigger button.
1.
LED indicator
Green light is on if scan is successful.
Red light is on if the scan fails.
2.
3.
2.
Scan window
Receive barcode.
3.
Scan trigger button
Press to perform the scan.
Plug connecting terminal of the cable to the port of the barcode reader. Ensure the contact
works well.
Connect USB terminal of the connecting cable to the USB port of main unit.
1. Barcode reader port
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2.
Connecting terminal of connecting cable
4. Press scan trigger button to receive barcode when ultrasound device is running (without
installing driving program). For more operation details, see relevant barcode reader manual.
3.4.5.2

2-D Barcode Reader
Install the connecting cable
1. The appearance of barcode reader. Each part of the barcode reader: LED indicator, scan
window and scan trigger button.
1.
LED
Green: A barcode was successfully decoded.
Red: A data transmission error or reader malfunction occurred.
2.
Scan window
Scan the barcode.
3.
Trigger
Press to decode
2. Plug connecting terminal of the cable to the port of the barcode reader. Ensure the contact
works well.
3. Connect USB terminal of the connecting cable to the USB port of main unit.
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4. Press scan trigger button to receive barcode when ultrasound device is running (without
installing driving program). For more operation details, see relevant barcode reader manual.

Disconnect the connecting cable
1. Using the tip of a screwdriver or some other tools with a sharp head, depress the cable’s
modular connector clip.
2.
Carefully slide out the cable.
3.4.5.3

JADAK Barcode Reader
Supported Barcode Reader Model
The Ultrasound System supports the following barcode readers: HS-1M JDK-2413 and HS-1R
JDK-2601.

Operating System Version
If you need to use the JADAK barcode reader with the Ultrasound System, ensure that the
operating system version is as follows:
PC module (SOM5892-3517-M-8G)
2.0.11 or later versions
PC module (SOM-6897C3-T02A1E)
3.3.13 or later versions
If the version is lower than the requirements, upgrade the operating system.
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For version upgrading, contact the Mindray service engineers. Select [Setup]→[About]→[About
Details]→[Operating System Version] to check the operating system of your device.

Setting Up the JADAK Barcode Reader (Taking HS-1R as an Example)
1. Turn off the power to the Ultrasound System;
2. Connect the appropriate interface cable to the barcode reader;
3. Plug the other end of the cable into a free USB port on the Ultrasound system;
4. Once the imager has been fully connected, power on the Ultrasound System.

HS-1M JDK-2413 Configuration
The barcode reader is configured through scanning the barcode. Ensure that the barcode reader is
properly connected to the Ultrasound System before scanning. After the barcode is successfully
scanned, the barcode reader buzzes, and the green indicator is On.
Configuration before use
1.
Scan the following 1-D barcode to configure the barcode reader:
2.
Scan the following 2-D barcode to enable the suffix:
3.
Scan the following 2-D barcode to set the suffix to Enter:
Reset the barcode reader
1.
If the barcode reader is in malfunction, scan the following 1-D barcode to reset to default
settings.
2.
Follow the configuration steps above to reconfigure the barcode reader.

HS-1R JDK-2601 Configuration
The barcode reader is configured through scanning the barcode. Ensure that the barcode reader is
properly connected to the Ultrasound System before scanning. After the barcode is successfully
scanned, the barcode reader buzzes, and the green indicator is On.
Configuration before use
1.
Scan the following 1-D barcode to configure the barcode reader:
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2.
Scan the following 1-D barcode to enable the suffix:
For scanning Barcode
For scanning RFID
Notes:
Users can customize the JADAK barcode reader based on
specific requirements or contact the Mindray service
engineers. This configuration guide is applicable for the
Ultrasound System only.
Reset the barcode reader
1.
If the barcode reader is in malfunction, scan the following 1-D barcode to reset to default
settings.
2.
Follow the following steps to reconfigure the barcode reader:
a)
Scan the following 1-D barcode to configure the barcode reader:
b)
Scan the following 1-D barcode to enable the suffix:
For scanning Barcode
For scanning RFID
c)
Scan the following 1-D barcode to disable the prefix:
For scanning Barcode
For scanning RFID
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3.5
Wired Network Connection
Connect the USB plug of the USB to LAN Adapter to the USB port on the machine, and insert the
network cable into the LAN port of the adapter to get a wired network connection.
WARNING
The LAN port of the adapter CAN ONLY be used to connect to wired network.
Device interconnection using the adapter through LAN port is forbidden;
otherwise, electric shock may result. If you intend to connect an external device,
please make sure it meets the requirement of STANDARD GB9706.15 or
IEC60601-1 chapter 16.
Note: the ultrasound system supports the following usb2lan devices for network connection:
Manufacturer
Model
highspeed usb ethernet control
/
Anker (USB3.0 to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter)
A7611
J5create (USB3.0 to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter)
JUE130
uGreen (USB3.0 to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter)
20258
In case of interfering the network communication, only one usb2lan device should be connected to
the system each time
3.6
System Configuration
3.6.1
Power-on Running
Connect the connecting terminal of the power adapter to the adapter port in the system. Use a
three-wire cable to connect the adapter with the external power supply. Ensure the connection of
ultrasound and optional device works well.
3.6.2
Enter Doppler
After the initialization process (about 1 minute), the system enters Doppler interface, as shown
below:
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3.6.3
System Preset
1.
Press [Setup]. Setup menu appears.
2.
Click [System Preset] to enter System Preset interface.
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The following settings can be performed on the System Preset interface.
Preset Interface
Description
Region
To set the hospital name, language, time zone, system time format, system
date format and system date/time.
General
To set patient information, exam setup, patient management, image storage,
display, system dormancy, etc.
Image
To set some general parameters in imaging modes.
Application
To set the relevant information about fetal gestational age, fetal growth curve
and fetal weight, etc.
OB
Key Config
Audio Control
Access Control
Scan Code
3.6.4
To set the measure caliper, measure setting, follicle method, comment setting,
etc.
To assign functions to footswitch and the user-defined keys.
To assign functions to the speech commands.
To set the user account control relevant information.
To set relevant information of barcode.
Print Preset
Press <Setup> and click [Print Preset] to set video printer, graph/text printer parameters (set the
parameters according to the printer, and select the relevant printer services).
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
Print service setting
Add Service: click to add print service.
Remove Service: click to delete the selected print service.
Rename Service: click to rename the selected print service.
Default print service: click to set the selected print service as the default one.
Set Service Property: to preset the service property, such as paper size, paper
orientation, etc. set the print service according to the type. The print service include:
report print, digital image print and analog image print.
 Image Settings





Click [Image Setting] to enter the page, you can set the brightness, contrast and saturation of
image printing, or you can use the default values.
3.6.5
Network Preset
3.6.5.1
iStorage Preset
Select [Setup]-[Network Preset]-[iStorage] to enter iStorage interface (see the figure below):
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Name
Service Name
IP Address
Port
Connect
Add
Description
The name of the iStorage service.
IP address of the iStorage service device.
Port for transmitting.
Click to verify connection.
Click to add the Network service to the service list.
Update
To save the changed parameters.
Delete
Click to delete the selected service from the service list.
 Add an iStorage service
1.
Set the network server properties as described above.
2.
Click [Add] to add the service to the Service list.
 Modify a network service
1.
Select the service to be updated in the service list.
2.
You can see properties in the Configure Service area.
3.
Modify the parameters and click [Update] to update the setting.
3.6.5.2
MedTouch/MedSight Preset
You can set environment for MedTouch/MedSight here and then use the MedTouch/MedSight
function by mobile phone or tablet computers. See MedTouch/MedSight manual for details.
3.6.5.3

Q-Path
Overview
You can use the ultrasound system to check data on browser directly. After you have ordered
storage service of a network website service, you can check data using the website, authorized
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account and password (provided by the service vendor).You can open the browser (Q-View) to
review previously sent DICOM data.
Q-path is a network server provided by Telexy Healthcare Inc. for digital image storage. Q-View is a
client viewing tool for the server. Telexy Healthcare developed technology and a command structure
that allows any Q-view enabled ultrasound system to access Q-path directly from the ultrasound
system using a single control. The primary purpose for Q-view is to provide remote access to
Q-path from the ultrasound system to complete the exam report on the ultrasound system and
submit for QA,
To access Q-Path on the M9 or M8 series, the user just opens the Q-View first and then enters the
URL, user account and password provided by Telexy Healthcare, and the M9 or M8 series software
system will call Q-View tool then for user Q-Path application.
For details, please contact Q-Path service provider.

Q-Path Basic Procedure
 Set related setting: check the check box by "Enable Q-Path" in the path: “[Setup]→[Network
Preset]→ [Q-Path]”, as shown in the following:
Figure 1
The preset procedures are as follows:
1.
Select [Enable Q-Path].
2.
Enter the server address in the field box of "Server Address".
3.
Select user type: Personal User or Default User.
 Personal User: the personal user needs to enter the user name and password in
every-time login.
 Default User: after the default user enters the user name and password in the field box of
the "User Name" and "Password", and click [Save], no login is required to access the Q-Path
server later.
4.
Select an appropriate item from the drop-down list of "Available Items"
5.
Select an exam mode in the left "Exam Mode" column.
6.
Select a worksheet in the right "Worksheets" column.
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7.
Click [Save] to exit, and the system will shut down.
Parameter
Description
Sets the sub URLs of "QVIew full" and "QView lite".
The sub URL is set by default. Users can modify the
sub URL and click [Apply] to exit the "QView sub URL
setting" window.
Advanced
Enable Direct Report
Sets whether to open the Q-Path server through
pressing the <Report> key.
Worksheet Only
Sets whether to directly enter the Worksheet interface
after opening the Q-Path server.
Sets whether to display the Signature field box in a
worksheet.
Password
Worksheet
On
Press <Report>→[WorkSheet] or press <Review> →
[Report] → [WorkSheet], enter the worksheet
password in the field box, and click [OK].
Users can query the corresponding worksheet by
searching the worksheet password in the Q-Path
server.
Password
Exam
On
End
Sets whether to input the worksheet password after
ending an exam.
Password Visible
Sets whether the password is visible.
Import
Imports a user-defined worksheet template from the
USB storage (downloaded from the Q-Path server).
Backup
Backs up worksheets to the USB storage.
Restore
Restores the backup worksheet template from the
USB storage to the ultrasound system.
Delete
Deletes a worksheet template.
Restore Factory
Restores the worksheet template to the default state.
The operating procedures are as follows:
1.
Set the DICOM storage server.
2.
Send stored images or worksheet reports from iStation/Review/thumbnail area to the Q-Path
server.
3.
Press the user-defined key for Q-Path or press <Report> to open the Q-View browser.
4.
Log in to the Q-Path server through the Q-View browser to check the stored images and
worksheet reports.
5.
Click [Esc] to exit the Q-View browser.
Note: the following prompt will display every time you enter Q-Path after powering on the machine.
Select "Yes" to enter the website service.
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Figure 2
 Press <ESC> or the user-defined key to exit the function.
Select “Enable User Account Login” and you are able to login using single user account.
NOTE:

If you use the function to connect to websites other than Q-Path applications (website
setting in “[Setup]→[Network Preset]→ [Q-Path]”), the system will prompt the following
information:
Q-Path Functions using Q-view
When Q-Path is accessed from the ultrasound system using Q-view, access is restricted to the
active exam and only certain functions are available.
NOTE: What functions you can acquire by using Q-View is only related to what you have purchased
from Q-Path service provider. Please contact Q-Path service provider for details.
The primary purpose of accessing Q-path from an ultrasound machine using Q-view is to complete
the exam report template and submit the exam for review or quality assurance, eliminating the
necessity to log in to Q-path from a separate workstation.
 Q-path Functions Available on the Ultrasound System:
 Update Patient and Exam Information;
 Image Annotation;
 Image thumbnails;
 Exam Worksheets;
Note: Only credentialed physicians are authorized to approve or sign a report.
 Submit Exam for QA.
3.6.6
Network Configure
1. Press <Cursor> to show the cursor, click
manager.
in the bottom bar to open the wireless network
2. Roll the trackball and press <Set> to select the target network, click [Connect] to connect to the
network.
When connecting an encrypted network, enter the password in the box first.You can select to
hide password characters or not.
3. The system tries to connect and the wireless manager icon turns into
or
after successful connection.
4. Click [Refresh] to refresh the "Wireless Network Connection" list.
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. The icon turns into
 IP Config
Note:
When the system background is processing network task (DICOM sending for example),
please do not enter network setting to change the IP, otherwise the background task may
fail. You can check if there are tasks undergoing in the task manager.
IP config is used for setting local network parameters, which is also applied to DICOM connection.
1. In Wireless network manager screen, click [IP Config] to open the page:
If “DHCP” is selected, the IP address will be automatically obtained from the DNS server.
If “Static” is selected (using a static IP address), enter the IP address.
 IP address of the system should be in the same network segment with the server.
 Subnet Mask: set different network segment.
 Gateway: set the gateway IP.
2. Click [OK] to save current setting. Click [Cancel] to exit.


Note:
If the IP address displays as 0.0.0.0, this means that the network is abnormal. The
reason for the failure may be disconnection or the system cannot obtain the IP address.
 EAP Network (for Windows 7 system)
EAP (Extensible Authentication Protocol) is an authentification frame protocol that supports multiple
authentification methods. It is mainly used for network access authentification, and is applicable for
wireless enterprise security authentification.
1.
In Wireless Network Connection screen, click [Eap Network] to open the page:
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 Import certificate: Click [Certificate Manage] to enter Certificates
page, click [Import…] to import root certification in “Trusted
Root Certification Authorities” page, then click [Import…] to
import personal certification in “Personal” page, and set Eap
network password.
 Set Eap network: Click [Manage Wireless Network] to set.

Click [Add]->[Manually create a network profile] to set.
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Network name: input Eap nerwork name;
Security type: WPA2-Enterprise;
Encryption type: AES;
Security key: keep blank;
Select “Start this connection automatically” and “Connect even if the network is not
broadcasting”.



Click [Next] to finish the network setting.
Click [Close] to exit.
Select Eap network, then press right <Set> key, and select [Properties] menu.
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
Enter “Security” page, select [Microsoft: Smart Cart or other certificate] from “Choose a
network authentication method” drop-down list.

Click [Settings], select trusted root certification from “Trusted Root Certification
Authorities” drop-down list, click [OK].
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
Click [Advanced Settings] to set in “Security” page. Select “Specify authentication
mode”, and select “user or computer authentication” from the drop-down list. Then click
[OK], close the setting page.
Select Eap network in the "Wireless Network Connection" list, click [Connect] to connect to the
network.
 EAP Network (For windows 10 system)

1.
Import certificate
In Wireless Network Connection screen, tap [EapNetwork] to open the Eap Network
Configpage:
2.
Click [Certificate Manage] to enter Certificates page, click [Import…] to import root certification
in “Trusted Root Certification Authorities” page, then click [Import…] to import personal
certification in “Personal” page, and set Eap network password.
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
1.
Set Eap network:
Login the system with the account of Service. Enter [Setup]→[Maintenance]→[Setup], and
click [Enable ms-setting].
2.
Save the settings. The system is automatically powered off.
3.
Power on the system. Enter [Setup]→[Maintenance]→[Setup]→[Enter Windows], input the
password. For details about obtaining password, please refer to “6.4 Enter Windows”.
4.
Open Startup menu on the Windows interface. Select [Settings]→[Network & Internet]→[Wi-Fi]
→[Manage known networks]→[Add a new network], and set EAP network.
Network name: input Eap nerwork name;
Security type: WPA2-Enterprise;
Encryption type: AES;
Select “Connect automatically” and “Connect even if the network is not broadcasting”.
5.
Click wireless network logo on the lower right corner of the Windows screen. Select the desired
EAP network, and click [Connect].
If the EAP network cannot be connected, operate according to the prompts on the screen
6.
Double-click the tool “BackToDoppler” on the desktop to return to the Doppler interface.
7.
Click [Disable ms-setting] on the maintenance screen. Save the settings. The system is
automatically powered off.
8.
Power on the system. Select the desired EAP network on the wireless network connection
menu, and click [Connect].
To remove the added EAP network, perform steps 1-3. Open Startup menu on the Windows
interface. Select [Settings]→[Network & Internet]→[Wi-Fi] →[Manage known networks], select
the desired EAP network, and click [Forget].
3.6.7
Note:
1.
DICOM/HL7 Preset
Only if DICOM basic option is configured, [DICOM Preset] is available.
Click [DICOM Preset] to enter the DICOM Preset interface. Set DICOM service attributes first:
enter AE Title (use Application Entity title for ultrasound system), terminal and package size.
2.
Server setting
1)
Enter the device name and the IP address;
2)
Verify connection after entering the correct IP address by clicking [Ping].
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3)
Click [Add] to add the server to the list if the connection works normally.
The following is an example:
Note:
3.
1.
AE Title should be the same with the SCU AE Title preset in the server
(PACS/RIS/HIS).
2.
DICOM communication port should be the same with the one on the server.
3.
If the currently entered name has already existed, the system will pop up:
“The server name exists!”
Click [DICOM Service].
When the system is configured with DICOM basic function module, and installed DICOM Worklist,
storage commitment, and Query/ Retrieve modules, the corresponding preset settings can be found
in DICOM Service screen.
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The DICOM Service Setting is used to set properties of DICOM services. See the basic volume for
details.
Note:
3.6.8
Only if DICOM basic option is configured, Worklist page is available.
Security
Click [Security] on the Setup menu to enter the security-setting screen.
1.
Drive Encryption/Secure Data Wipe
Encrypt the patient data stored in the hard disk. The system provides two encryption methods:
Factory Default and User Define.

Factory Default: the system is in factory state by default.

User Define: add a user-defined password.
1)
Select [User Define]. If the patient data are already stored in the hard disk, the system prompts
the following message: (if no patient data are stored in the hard disk, perform steps 5 to 6
directly)
2)
Click [OK] to return to the Security screen, click [Wipe], and the system prompts the following
message:
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3)
Click [OK], and the system prompts the following message:
4)
Click [Yes] to wipe the patient data.
5)
Select [User Define] and click [Confirm].
6)
Input the password and click [Confirm] to finish the password setting.
Notes
2.
1.
If you want switch to Factory Default, perform steps 1 to 6 again. The
password is the same as that of the User Define.
2.
When you set password, multi-language and Chinese characters are not
supported.
Anti-Virus
The system provides two anti-virus software: Windows Defender and McAfee. They can effectively
prevent the ultrasound system from being attacked by virus, spyware, or other malware.
If the McAfee software is installed, the system displays “McAfee is installed”; if not, the system
displays “McAfee is not installed”. The McAfee software is an option. If you want to buy McAfee,
contact Mindray service engineers.
Notes:
3.
1.
McAfee cannot be uninstalled after successful installation.
2.
After installing the McAfee, disable the Fast Startup function to
avoid McAfee failure.
3.
McAfee can also be installed after installation of Windows
Defender.
4.
If McAfee is improperly installed due to power-off, shut-down,
closing of cmd.exe, or any other abnormal operation during the
installation, please contact the Mindray service engineers.
Transmission Encryption
After accessing the network, click [VPN Config] to enter the "VPN Config" interface.
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Item
Description
No driver: click [SetupDriver] to enter the
"TAP-Windows 9.21.2 Setup" interface, and do as
instructed.
Status
Ready: the VPN is ready for use.
Advance: VPN Advance Configuration
Connected: VPN is successfully connected.
Disconnected: VPN is disconnected.
Error: error connection.
Server IP
Group
User Name
/
Password
Hide characters
The password is displayed as *.
Connect/ Disconnect
Connect or disconnect VPN.
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Item
Description
Enters the "VPN Advance Config" interface.
Advance
Reset: if the system does not respond after you
click [Config], click [Reset].
Config: enters the "OpenConnect-GUI VPN client"
interface. For details about the settings, please
refer to the TAP manual.
Note: after exiting the "VPN Advance Config"
interface, you need to reboot the system;
otherwise, you cannot connect VPN normally.
Close
Close the "VPN Config" interface.
Note: if the system is installed with McAfee, software like VPN that is provided by the third party will
be blocked. If users want to use VPN, select [Setup] → [Maintenance] → [Setup] → [Enter
Windows], and input password to enter Windows. Open E:\VPNDrivers\tap-windows.exe to start
installation.
3.6.9
System Information Verification
Product configuration, version number, hardware board and relevant driver information appear on
the system information interface. Confirm the relevant information on this interface.
1.
Click [About] to enter the interface.
2.
All details about the hardware board appear on [About Detail] interface.
Note:
1.
Confirm the system information before and after the software maintenance.
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2.
If required, the system reminds the user of saving the current system
information.
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4
Product Principle
4.1
General Structure of Main Unit’s
Hardware System
TR64 Board
AFE
LCD Module
Control Panel
LCD
Monitor
TRB
FPGA
…
…
64 Tx
(1~64)
POUT
128ch
Light Sensor
SATA
SSD
HDMI
AFE
I2C
LVDS Power
I2C
Power
Master Board
COME Module
Power
Control
Signal
Clock
CLOCK
PCIE X1
WiFi
PC
IE
X4
Backend
PHV
(ARM)
Power
DC-DC Module
PHV Power Board
Power
Power Supply
DC
IN
Battery
Power
supply
mgmt.
EC
(ARM)
System
monitoring
SM
(ARM)
Serial
port
Communication
and control
Probe Board
AFE
CW
Module
Frontend
4D&TEE
4D&TEE
Signal
Pencil
Probe
Power
ECG Board
AC Adapter
…
…
64 Tx
(65~128)
s
Bu
Data
ol &
Contr XCVR
Probe
Socket
AFE
TRA
FPGA
DSP
FPGA
Control
POUT
64ch
USB
USB 3.0
X2
Control & Data Bus
XCVR
Power
button
and
power
indicator
signal
Fan
Speaker
Battery
AC
IN
Figure 4-1 Schematic diagram of system hardwareThe general structure of M9’s hardware
system is shown in figure above. M9 system hardware consists of each following part:

Main board

DC-DC circuit, which offers power supply, charges or discharges the battery.

Functional circuit of back-end offers the functions of stereo audio, video audio, IO
interface, etc.

Signal processing FPGA. It processes the beamforming signal and occupies the
functional controls except for transmitting and receiving functions.
Product Principle 4-1

TRA FPGA is the FPGA which controls the transmission and the receiving.

65-128 transmitting/receiving channels.

Control interfaces related to probes.

4D&TEE functional circuit implements functions of 4D drive circuit and TEE
temperature measure, etc.

Power supply management (EC) implements functions of the power supply
management and control of starting/shutting down the main unit.

System monitoring (SM) implements the power supply monitoring and fan monitoring
of main system.

TR64 board: 1-64 transmitting/receiving channels.

Probe board connects the main unit with the probe.

PHV power supply board produces the programmed high-voltage needed in the
transmission.

COME module, also named as PC module, runs at Doppler platform.

As a main display unit, LCD module displays the image and inducts the environment
brightness.

ECG board offers ECG and respiratory signal acquisition and achieves the triggering
function with main unit.
4.2
Main Board
Main board includes: power supply, back-end and front-end.
4-2 Product Principle
4.2.1
Power Supply
2.5A Chg
4.6A Dsg
Charger
2.5A Chg
4.6A Dsg
Charger
19.0V/7.9A
1V
DCDC
1.2V
1.5V
……
Buck
AC/BAT
12VBUS
(12A)
2V
3.3V
PWR_12V_EN_N
DCDC
5VSTB(500mA)
DCDC
DCDC
(240mA)
5V
……
3V3STB(100mA)
DCDC
5VSTB_EN
Figure 4-2 Principle diagram of power system
Function description:

It provides the power to start the device and the power when the main unit is in standby.

Battery charging or discharging circuit.
4.2.2
Backend
The backend is integrated with the circuit of the CPU module and main board.
System
monitoring
SSD
Wireless
net
adapter
USB
HDMI
SATA
FPGA
PCIE
USB
COME module
(PC module)
HDMI
Control
panel
Power
button
LVDS
HDA
USB
Button,
trackball
Circuit
control of
ultrasound
function
PCIE
Control for
starting/shutting down
the device
Gama
calibration
LVDS
Audio
circuit
LCD
Speaker
Power
supply
control
Figure 4-3 Principle diagram of power system
Product Principle 4-3
Function description:
Circuit Unit
Function
The control for
Starting and
shutting down the
device
Takes charge of starting and shutting down the device and
controls the indicator for starting and shutting down the
device
System monitoring
Takes charge of battery management, fan control, voltage
detection, battery indicator control,
voltage detection and temperature detection
Wireless net
adapter
WIFI and Bluetooth
USB ports
Provides two external USB 3.0 ports
SATA port
SSD, mSATA type
HDMI
Provides an HDMI port and supports 1920*1080 resolutions
(HD) output.
Audio
Encodes and decodes the audio. Increases the power.
Signal process
FPGA
Connects CPU module with the ultrasound circuit
Control panel port
Control panel port
LCD port
Connects to LCD monitor screen, displays parameter board
screen and detects of environment brightness.
Other circuits
related to
ultrasound functions

Transmitting/receiving control

Probe control

4D, TEE probe control (reserved function, to be
released)

PHV control

ECG control
4-4 Product Principle
4.2.3
Front-end of Main Board
Pencil
probe
Connect to
probe via
TR 64
board
PEN_RX
C
o
n
n
e
c
t
o
r
64ch
t
o
Control TR
64 board
Pencil
Main board transmitting and receiving
probe
receiving
switch
b
o
a
r
d
TX,64ch
RX,
64ch
Highvoltage
isolation
Highvoltage
pulse
output
circuit
AFE clip
x8
ATGC
64ch
Lowvoltage
drive
circuit
64ch
Transmitting
control
C
o
n
n
e
c
t
o
r
TRA
FPGA
Clock
circuit
control
data
t
o
I/Qsignal
Clock
CW
receiving
circuit
Signal
process
FPGA
65-128
channel
data
b
o
a
r
d
TRB
FPGA
Fig 4-4 Systematical diagram of front-end of main board
The main functions of main board’s front-end unit:

Control FPGA (TRA, implements the control of 65-128 channels transmitting and receiving,
ATGC adjustment and CW receiving control).

Clock circuit

Transmitting circuit (transmits the pulse with the achievement of 5 electric levels)

High-voltage isolation

AFE (receives echo signal)

ATGC circuit (time gain compensation)

CW receiving circuit (CW signal receiving)
Product Principle 4-5
4.3
TR64 Board
PEN_TX
Main
board
C
T
B
Probe
board
C
T
B
Pencil
probe
transmitting
switch
TR64 board
CW
transmitting
power
supply
65-128
Main board
65-128
Highvoltage
pulse
output
circuit
TX,64ch
1-64
Highvoltage
isolation
64ch
Drive
circuit
Transmitting
control
SPI
RX,
64ch
AFE clip
x8
64ch
TRB
FPGA
Clock
circuit
Probe
control
TRA
FPGA
Data
CPU ATGC
Clock offered
by CPU
Control signal
C
T
B
Control
Signal
process
FPGA
Fig 4-5 Principle diagram of TR64 board
The main functions of TR64 board:

Control FPGA (TRB, implements the control of 1-64 channels transmitting and receiving,
ATGC adjustment and CW receiving control).

Clock circuit provides the clock for transmitting/receiving chip.

Transmitting circuit (transmits the pulse with the achievement of 5 electric levels and CW)

High-voltage isolation

AFE (receives echo signal)

ATGC circuit (time gain compensation)

Probe port function (Probe recognition signal, power supply control of the probe)
4.4

Probe Board
Supports 192/128 array probe, phased array probe, bi-plane probe, and other nominal
probes, etc.

Implements the connection between the main unit and the probe.
4-6 Product Principle

Implements the switch of 192 array probe within the probe. Probe board only supports
128th channel.
4.5
PHV Power Supply Board
PHV power supply board
12VIN
LC
filtering
P12V
12VIN
LDO
11V5VCC
AP100V
AP100V
AN100V
AN100V
PHV1P
PHV1P
PHV1N
PHV1N
PHV2P
PHV2N
UART_RX
UART_TX
MCU
UART_RX
CW_PWR_P
CW_PWR_P
CW_PWR_N
CW_PWR_N
Power
supply
Over
current
and over
voltage
signal
DAC_CW
Descending
circuit
Ascending
circuit
Sampling
voltage
Socket
(board
to
board)
UART_TX
DAC_SDI
PHV2P
PHV2N
Main
board
Flyback
circuit
Over
current
and
over
voltage
signal
LC
filtering
CW_VIN1
CW_VIN2
LC
filtering
communication
&control
Figure 4-6 Diagram of PHV power supply board
Function description:

PHV power supply board is the board that provides the power to the transmitting circuit.
AP100V, AN100V, PHV1P, PHV1N, PHV2P, PHV2N, CW_PWR_P and CW_PWR_N are
all outputs.

PHV output goes into the power supply by producing the circuit via LDO.

PHV input goes into the main board after being filtered.
4.6
ECG Unit
ECG module is designed for monitoring ECG signals and displaying ECG waveforms, which
serves as reference of ultrasound images. This module can synchronize with 2D images and
color flow images in real-time display. With R wave detected, ECG signals, after being
Product Principle 4-7
magnified, filtered and sampled, are sent to DSC nodule via series port UART. Triggered ECG
signals that are detected are sent to control system for control. Then, it starts scan transmitting.
ECG transducer can be connected externally in this module design, which is also compatible
with other monitoring products manufactured by Mindray.ECG unit structure is shown as below:
ECG Board
ECG leads
DC IN
Pwr
L
T
B
C
Magnify
Filtering
samp
ling
Socket
port
L
T
B
Serial portC
Heart rate
test
Figure 4-7 Principle diagram of ECG board
4-8 Product Principle
Main Board
4.7
Control Panel
Control panel unit includes two boards, as shown below:
No.
Board
Name
Description on Board Function
1
Control
Panel
LCD monitor folding/unfolding detection, power button, trackball, standard
keys on keyboard, user-defined functional keys, backlight control, status
indicator of the device, encoder, buzzer, TCG detection, etc.
2
TGC
Board
TCG adjustments in 8 segments
Trackball
module
Left
button
of
trackball
Right
button
of
trackball
LED backlight
ADC
circuit
12V、
5V、
5V_STB
Main Board
TGC Board
MCU
FPGA
SPI
Button
scan
L
T
B
C
USB
USB
Power button
LED
backlight
drive circuit
Encoder
info
process
PWM generation
circuit
Function
button
QWERTY
keyboard
Button
Encoder
Rotate
System status
indicator
S creen closed m agnetic
detection sw itch
Control Panel
Buzzer drive
circuit
Communication&control
Power supply
Buzzer
The functional diagram of the control panel unit is shown above. The main functions are described
in details.
1.
FPGA module adopts FPGA and implements key scan detection, backlight control, encoder
detection, buzzer control and other functions.
2.
MCU module implements USB communication, TGC detection, etc. FPGA and PSOC
communicate via SPI port: PSOC obtains detection result of FPGA via SPI port and sends the
result to the host by USB. PSOC obtains control information from the host via USB and sends it
to FPGA via SPI port. FPGA performs the control operations to corresponding units after
parsing control orders.
Product Principle 4-9
3.
TGC board implements the fix of TCG’s sliding rheostat.
4.
Trackball sub-module communicates with the host via USB.
5.
Sub-module of QWERTY keyboard adopts “thin film + silicon keys + structure keys” to
implement the standard keyboard.
6.
Buzzer sub-unit adopts PWM waveforms that FPGA outputs to control the length and sound of
volume and frequency.
4.8
Main Display Unit
Test board
of
environment
brightness
15.6"
1920*1080
LCD Monitor
LTBC
Parameter
board
LTBC
3.3V
I2C
+3.3V
LVDS +12V
LTBC
LTBC
3.3V
I2C
Backlight
control
Main board socket
Fig 4-8 Principle diagram of monitor
The monitor unit consists of LCD screen, connecting wires, parameter board, environmental light
detecting board, etc.
Function description:

To make the display effect of LCD screen equal to that on the parameter board, parameter
board stores color temperature and gamma calibration data. It is necessary to update the
parameters in control panel for first time machine assembly or control panel/LCD screen
replacements.

Signal processing FPGA calibrates the video signal that CPU board outputs based on the
information from parameter board, and then drives LCD display screen. Brightness and power
supply of LCD display screen are also controlled by this FPGA.

Environmental light detecting board detects the brightness level of environment. To achieve
better display effect, main unit adjusts LCD brightness level according to the environment.
4-10 Product Principle
4.9
Probe Extension Board
Probe Extend Board
Probe Board
260PIN
probe
connector
A probe socket
260pin
Probe control signal
CPLD
B probe socket
260pin
Probe signal
12V/5.7V
/+100V/-100V
Ultrasound signal
Communication
&control
Power supply
C probe socket
260pin
Probe control
circuit
128 channel
Transmitting/receiving signal
POUT signal switch
(relay set)
4D&TEE signal
4D&TEE signal
switch
(relay set)
Figure 4-9 Hardware diagram of probe extension board
Function description:

Supports 192/128 array probe, 4D probe, phased array probe, bi-plane probe, and other
nominal probes, etc.

Implements the switch of 192 array probe within the probe. Probe board only supports 128
channels.

Probe board contains three 260pin Mini probe sockets.

Supports the retrieving of three probes’ IDs and the switch among three probe socket. ID
recognition and the circuit of probe switch are independent to each other.
Product Principle 4-11
4.10 Audio/Video Transfer Module
Figure 4-10 Function of audio/video extend module
Audio/video transfer board (or module) adopts non-standard HDMI input port. Main unit outputs
1920×[email protected] HDMI 1.4a signal as input signal of the extender. The module supports line-out
video signal of analog stereo audio, xxxx×[email protected] analog RGB video signal, NTSC, S-Video
signal with format of PAL.
M9 audio/video transfer module includes: power supply, HDMI signal receiving, digital video signal
processing, and audio/video code.
Audio/video transfer
module
FPGA
Video cutting, video
zooming, color space
change, sampling
DDR2
HDMI
HDMI
signal
receiving
HDMI
socket
5V
Digital audio
signal
HDMI
socket
Main Unit
(M9)
Audio
encoder
S-Video
Video
encoder
VGA
Video encoder
LED
VGA
S-Video
SVideo
socket
VGA socket
Power LED
Audio
Audio
socket
Figure 4-11 Diagram of audio/video extend module
4-12 Product Principle
Communication
&control
Power supply
4.11 USB HUB Board
Repeater/Controller
USB sub-port
USB sub-port
USB sub-port
USB main
port
USB sub-port
Fig 4-12 Principle diagram of USB HUB board
The main functions of USB HUB board:

Compatible with the USB 2.0 standard;

One USB port can be subdivided for four USB ports (there are two ports in current products.)

Detect the plug and unplug of USB device via main port.

Charge the device connecting to USB via main port.
4.12 Trolley Power Supply
Trolley power supply provides the power to main unit system. AC-DC power supply provides the
power to main unit system when there is AC input. If there is no AC input, trolley power supply
provides the power to main unit system. Trolley power supply includes connecting board of trolley
power supply, AC-DC power supply, management board of trolley battery and two pieces of
chargeable lithium-ion batteries. The connection of each part is shown below:
Product Principle 4-13
Indicator
signal
J5
Power
supply and
signal of
Battery battery A
A
Power
supply and
signal of
Battery battery B
B
Power supply
and its status
indicator
J6
Relay
control
signal
J4
Connecting
board of trolley
power supply
J3
J4
AC IN
J1
AC OUT
J2
J2 Mgmt board of
trolley power
supply
AC IN
J1
J3
J1
EDC_19V
J2
AC-DC power
supply
J3
Fan
power
supply
Fan
Figure 4-13 Diagram of related boards of trolley power supply
4.12.1
Connection Board of Trolley Power Supply
Main functions of connection board of trolley power supply:

AC input transfer

Auxiliary output control. Auxiliary output is enabled after starting main unit. Auxiliary output
disconnects when main unit is in standby or shuts down.
4.12.2 AC_DC Power Supply
AC_DC power supply implements power supply isolation and voltage transfer. It outputs 19 V DC
transferred from AC input. In terms of 150 W of main unit power and 50 W charging power, the
maximum power of AC_DC power supply is 200 W.
4.12.3 Management Board of Trolley Battery
The main functions of management board of trolley battery:

Implements AC power supply and auto switch of battery supply. AC power supply has the
priority over others.

Battery charge and battery management;

AC status and battery status indication;

Works with main unit system and recognizes the status of main unit system. Implements
auxiliary output control and low battery-consumption when the trolley is in standby.
4-14 Product Principle
Principle diagram of management board of trolley battery is shown below:
Figure 4-14 Diagram of management board of trolley battery
4.13 System Power-on Control
Function
circuit
CPU module
S3#
Control
panel
Power
button
S4#
POWER
_OK
Control for
starting/shutting
down device
5VSTB
Enabling
power
supply
3V3_STB
12V
Multichannel
power
supply
DC-DC
Figure 4-15 System power-on diagram
Description of related controlling signals:
No.
Controlling signal
Description
1
PWR_BTN_N,
Pulse signal that power-on button of control panel
produces passes to CPU board through FPGA,
and is used for starting the device.
PWR_BTN#
Comme
nts
2
S3#
Output by CPU board, effectively represents that
CPU system is in standby (the electrical level of
S4# is high) and keeps 5VSTB powered on when
it is in standby via FPGA.
3
S4#
Output by CPU board, effectively represents that
CPU system is in dormancy.
4
S5#
The signal is not used currently
Product Principle 4-15
5
PWR_OK#
Sent out by power management FPGA to CPU
board, indicates that the 12V is powered on.

Power supply of main unit/battery enables the start of device.

Power supply produces 5VSTB and 3.3VSTB as the AC inputs.

Unplug AC when shutting down the device. Power supply cuts off 5VSTB output, but only
keeps the output of 3.3VSTB. Only with power button pressed again, it’s re-powered on.

Unplug AC when the device is in standby. Batteries, for standby usage, provide the output of
5VSBT and 3.3VSTB.

The process of power-on is shown below:
Connect to AC
Press power button
(control panel)
Receive valid
PWR_BTN_N
(power supply mgmt
FPGA)
Power supply mgmt
sends valid PWRBTN#
signal
S3# and S4#invalid
(COME module
sends)
DC-DC 12V power-on
PWR_OK valid
(power supply mgmt
sends)
CPU start
(COME module)
Figure 4-16 Diagram of system power-on
4-16 Product Principle
DC-DC board sends
power supply of other
circuits
4.14 Internal Connection Diagram of Main Unit
and Trolley
Wire
Main unit
LCD
Monitor
Light
sensor
board
LCD
parameter
board
J1
J1
Board to
board
socket
Board
Wire to
wire
socket
Board to
wire
socket
Power
supply wire
material
Signal wire Reservation
material
design
SSD
mSATA port
COME module
WiFi module
J17
Power supply adapter
2*2*
110
Mini
PCIE
J9
J4
Fan assembly
mSA
TA
J23
J5
Audio/video transfer
module
2*78
J1
J8
J3
Probe board
J12
J1
TR64 board
Main board
J6
2*60
J18
J7
J22
J20
J21
2*20
J10 J15
J2
260
PIN
J1
6*40
J18
J24
J3
1*8
1*8
J1
PHV power supply
board
J4
Battery
Trackball
J6
Battery
Buzzer
ECG boardJ5
J3
TGC board
ECG
connecting
board J2
USB HUB board
J11
Control panel
J1
J6
J5
J1
Speaker
assembly
Trolley LED
board
2*40
Probe connecting
board 1PCBA
2*40
Probe connecting
board 2PCBA
Probe extend module
J1
2116 small keyboard
J2
AC-DC module
2*20
Probe extension
wire
A probe
connecting
board PCB
260
PIN
M9 probe
extender
B connecting
probe
M7 probe extender
4DConnecting board
PCBA
AC output
J6
Battery
1*11
J2
J5
J7
J10
J2
Trolley battery
management board
Battery
1*11
J3
J1
Connecting board of trolley power supply
J4
J4
J3
AC input
Trolley
Fig
Figure 4-17 Internal connection diagram of main unit and trolley
4.15 Details in Main Unit’s Power-on
Start-up procedure of main unit and the performance of power supply & display in various steps are
shown below:
Product Principle 4-17
AC is activeà
Active AC
indicator,green,
lighting
Battery supplyà
battery status
indicator,
green,lighting
Press Power
Button
No sign on
screen
EC ARM receives
signal
Effective
power-on
N
Exit, without
starting
Y
Work status (below
Power
Button),green,blinks
Enabling
CPU_PWR_BTN
COME module
receives signal
COME module
sends S3, and
starts power-on
flow
Work status
indicator (below
Power Button),
green, lighting
EC ARM receives
S3 signal
EC ARM enables
power supply of
main unit
EC ARM delay
EC ARM sends
PWR_12V_OK
order
COME module
receives
PWR_12V_OK
COME module,
start BIOS
COME module,
output boot
screen
Hard disk
indicator,
green, blinks
Power supply
power-on
1Và… …
5V
12V
Control panel
FPGA
configuration
Control panel
power-on
DSP FPGA(PCIE
device)start
configuration
Control panel
PSOC BOOT
DSP FPGA(PCIE
device) complete
configuration
Initialize control
panel
(white backlight
is on)
DSP FPGA(PCIE
device) in nonreset status
Control panel
ready
Initialize display.
Turn off
backlight. Do not
output LVDS
signal
No sign on
monitor
Open DSP FPGA
Open LCD
backlight, adjust
brightness
Backlight of
monitor
brightens. No
display
DSP FPGA sends
LVDS data to
LCD
Correct image
displays on
monitor(BIOS
boot screen)
COME module,
complete BIOS
No sign on
monitor
Start loading OS
Display changes
of resolution
LOGO
(MINDRAY)
displays on
monitor
Complete OS
loading
No sign on
monitor
Adjust final
resolution
Image from
desktop displays
on monitor
Enter OS
desktop
Start Doppler
4-18 Product Principle
Doppler start
screen displays
on monitor
5
Checking Performance and
Functions
5.1
Description
The chapter describes checking methods to main functions and performance. The methods are
only for reference.
5.2
Checking System Status
5.2.1
Running Status
1.
Power on/off normal (duration time is normal), no abnormal sounds or occasion occur
during normal operation.
2.
After ultrasound system gets started, the fan starts working, and no abnormal noise is
heard when the fan is working.
3.
Check whether product configurations and software versions are normal via [About]
interface.
4.
Check whether contrast and brightness of the monitor are normal.
5.
Check whether time and date are valid and correct.
6.
Check whether all status indicators are normal.
7.
Check all log records together with the users to confirm whether there are any
abnormalities.
5.2.2
Working Condition
Check the ambient temperature and humidity. The measurement related to security features is
sensitive to humidity. If the insulation feature of the system deteriorates due to the increase of
system service time or system malfunctions, the fluctuation range of measurement results are likely
to increase with the humidity increasing.
Checking Performance and Functions 5-1
5.3
General Check
5.3.1
Check Flow
Check the control panel
Check the monitor
Check peripherals
Check ECG
Check I/O port
5.3.2
Check Content
5.3.2.1
Check Control Panel
Procedure
1. Check all buttons, keys and knobs
Checking criteria
All keys and knobs are effective.
Follow the direction: left to right, and up to down.
2. Trackball function check

Press <Freeze> to enter frozen status and
move the trackball.

Press <Measure> to enter measurement
status. Measure the vertical distance and
horizontal distance and perform other
trackball operations.
5-2 Checking Performance and Functions
The move of the trackball is smooth. The
response to the cursor is rapid. The direction
the trackball goes is same with that of the
cursor.
5.3.2.2
Check Monitor
Procedure

Monitor brightness adjustment

Monitor contrast adjustment

Monitor maintenance
Log on with the account named as
“Service”,
select
[Setup]-[Maintenance]-[Test
Main
Monitor] to check the monitor
functions.
Checking criteria

Height adjustment:
Auto adjustment: select [Setup]-[System
Preset]-[General]. Click [Brightness Auto
Adjustment] from [About].
Manual adjustment: press <Fn>+< > to increase
the brightness. Press <Fn>+< > to decrease the
brightness.

Select [Setup]-[System Preset]-[General]. Click
[+] from [Contrast] to increase the contrast. Click
[-] to decrease the contrast.

The monitor display works well after testing each
function. Bad points are:
1 Light dot is 0; blinking dot defect is 0.
2 The adjoining dark dots are no more than 3
pairs, and there are no adjoining dark dots in
image area.
3. 3 or 3 successive dark dots are no more than 0
pair.
The dark dots are no more than 7 and those in the
image area are no more than 2
5 The distance between bad dots is no less than
5mm.
Note: the image area refers to the area enclosed
by the rectangle with black/white background.
Checking Performance and Functions 5-3
5.3.2.3
Checking Peripherals
Procedure
Checking criteria
Footswitch: confirm the normal connection
between footswitch and USB port. Check
the configuration status of footswitch under
[Key
Config]
and
corresponding
implementation. (E.g. right key-image
freeze; middle key-color print; left
key-white/black print).
Trigger the freeze key of the footswitch (right key).
Image freeze menu and freeze menu appear. The
image is unfrozen if the key is triggered again.
Trigger the print key of the footswitch (middle key).
Start color print.
Trigger the print key of the footswitch (left key). Start
black/white print.
Video printer: confirm the connection
between video printer and ultrasound
device works well and check the
implementation of each function.
Press the Print key which is setup well already to start
the print. The image has no defect or degradation.
Graph/text printer: confirm the connection
between graph/text printer and ultrasound
device works well and check the
implementation of each function.
Press the Print key which is setup well already to start
the print. The image has no defect or degradation.
Barcode reader: scan any piece of barcode
when the system is under running.
The barcode information displays on the image
interface. The information is correct compared with
the data information of barcode.
5.3.2.4
Switch video output terminal. Then repeat the
previous steps.
Checking ECG Module
Procedure
Perform the following tests after the
system is configured with ECG
module:
Connects ECG lead.
Move the cursor to image menu.
Click [Physio] to enter its interface.
5.3.2.5
Checking criteria
ECG activation, ECG waveform and heart icon appear on
the right corner of the interface.
The parameters for [Scan speed], [ECG gain] and [ECG
position] can be adjusted in real-time.
Review ECG signals.
Checking I/O Interface
Procedure
Checking I/O interface
Checking criteria

The information on VGA/LCD monitor is
same with that on the screen of main
unit. The characters and images are
complete; the images are stable; no
color cast; no shaking and no blinking.

Network connection and communication
work well.

USB storage and read work well.
Verify video/audio interface, USB port, etc.

VGA interface
Connect external VGA/LCD monitor (the resolution
should be one of them: 1920*1080,1024*768,
1280*1024,1280*720).

Other USB ports
5-4 Checking Performance and Functions
5.4
Functions Checking
Note:
5.4.1
The chapter lists the system checking items with complete configurations and
describes them in details. If the items are not configured, the relevant tests can
be ignored.
Checking Flow
Check image mode
Check basic
measurement
Check cine mode
Check probe usage
Image and imaging
management
Record and save the
check
5.4.2
Checking Content
5.4.2.1
Imaging Mode

B-mode

In B mode scan, the image parameter area in the upper left corner of the screen displays the
real-time parameter values as follows:

Items
F
D
G
FR
DR
iClear
iBeam
iTouch
Meaning
Frequency
Depth
Gain
Frame
Rate
B
Dynamic
Range
Display when the function is
activated.
Parameters that can be adjusted to optimize the B Mode image are indicated in the following.
Adjustment
Parameter Item
Control panel and
image soft menu
adjustment
Frequency (image quality), gain, depth, TGC, acoustic power, focus, scan
range, steer, ExFov, line density, dynamic range, iClear, persistence,
rotation/invert, iBeam, auto piecing, gray map, tint map, TSI, iTouch,
HScale, dual live, LGC, Echo, Boost.
Checking Performance and Functions 5-5
Parameter Adjustment
Procedure
Checking criteria
Press <B> button.
Enter B mode image. B mode interface appears.
Frequency adjustment
B image soft menu-[Image
quality]
The real-time value of frequency is displayed in the image
parameter area in the upper right corner of the screen
(fundamental wave-F, Harmonic frequency-H). Values of frequency
vary depending upon the probe types.
Gain adjustment G
Gain increases with rotating the knob clockwise;
Rotate <Gain> button
Gain decreases with rotating the knob anticlockwise;
Depth adjustment D
The depth of the image changes accordingly. Depth range varies
depending upon the probe types.
Press <Depth> button.
TGC adjustment
Adjust 8 sliders on the control
panel
Push the slider right to increase the gain. The brightness of the
area becomes brighter.
Push the slider right to decrease the gain. The brightness of the
area becomes darker.
About 1.5s after the adjustment is finished, the TGC curve
disappears.
Acoustic power adjustment
The system offers 34 values to adjust the acoustic power.
B image soft menu-[Acoustic
power].
Acoustic power (AP) is displayed in real time in the upper part of
the screen.
Focus
B image soft menu-[Focus
number]
Press <Focus Position> to
adjust focus position.
Focus position/number adjustment
The focus position icon
image.
is displayed on the right side of the
Scan range and FOV position
Image display adjustment
B image
range].
[Scan range] is on and move the trackball to adjust the scan
range.
soft
menu-[Scan
Steer
Press <Steer> arrow button.
ExFov
B image soft menu-[ExFov]
Line Density
B image
Density].
To steer the beam the probe transmits.
Click [ExFov] on the soft menu to enable/disable the function.
The function determines the quality and information of the image.
soft
menu-[Line
Dynamic Range
B image soft menu-[Dynamic
Range].
iClear
B image soft menu-[iClear].
Levels of line density: UH/ H/ M/ L.
Rotate the knob clockwise to increase dynamic range; rotate the
knob counterclockwise to decrease dynamic range.
The adjusting range of parameter is 30-180 dB in increments of 5
dB.
The system provides 7 levels of iClear effects adjustment, Off
represents iClear is disabled, and the bigger the value is the
stronger the effect becomes.
5-6 Checking Performance and Functions
Persistence
B
image
menu-[Persistence].
soft
Rotation/Invert
B image soft
Flip]/[U/D Flip].
The system provides 7 level of persistence. The bigger the value
is the stronger the effect becomes.
To invert the image horizontally or vertically.
menu-[L/R
Image can be rotated by the angle of 0°, 90°, 180° and 270°.
When the image is rotated in the angle of 90° or 270°, the depth
scale is displayed on the upper part of the screen.
The “M” mark indicates the direction of the image; the M mark is
located on the top of the imaging area by default.
iBeam
B image soft menu-[iBeam].
Auto Merge
B image
Merge].
soft
menu-[Auto
The system provides 4 values of iBeam in B mode. iBeam is
disabled when it is off.
In the Dual-split mode, when the images of the two windows have
the same probe type, depth, invert status, rotation status and
magnification factor, the system will merge the two images so as
to extend the field of vision.
Turn on or off the function through the [Auto Merge] item in the
soft menu;
Gray Map
Adjust the gray from [Gray Map] on the soft menu;
B image soft menu-[Gray Map]
There are 8 different maps available.
Tint Map
Select the tint map from [Tint Map] on the soft menu.
B image soft menu-[Tint Map]
Turn on or off the tint map from [Tint Map] on the soft menu.
TSI
Select TSI from [TSI] on the soft menu.
B image soft menu-[TSI].
The system provided 4 ways of optimization for specific tissues:
general, muscle, fluid and fat.
iTouch
Press <iTouch> on the control panel to enter the iTouch status, the
symbol of which will be displayed in the image parameter area of
the screen.
Press <iTouch> button
Click [iTouch] on the image menu to adjust the gain in iTouch
status among -12 through 12dB.
Long press <iTouch> to exit iTouch mode.
HScale
Click [HScale] on the menu to display or hide the scale (HScale).
B image soft menu-[HScale]
Dual live
B image soft menu-[Dual live].
Enable [Dual Live] on soft menu, and dual-split window of images
are displayed on the screen.
Two pages of adjustable parameters are displayed on the touch
screen as well; where, shared parameters and left window
parameters are displayed on the B(L) page, while right window
parameters are displayed on the B(R) page.
Switch the display mode via <Switch Mode> and adjust the image
parameters.
Checking Performance and Functions 5-7
LGC
Images corresponding to four groups of parameters are displayed
on the soft menu (from left to right).
B image soft menu-[LGC].
Click [LGC1-5] to adjust the parameters. To each segment of
image area, the system offers 5 values to adjust the gain. The
gain increases with the value becoming bigger.
In addition, the system provides several preset parameters for
imaging.
Echo Boost
B image
Boost].
soft
menu-[Echo
[Echo Boost] is enabled when it is on in B mode.(Highlighted) the
system is in “Echo Boost” status.

M mode

In M mode scan, the image parameter area on the right side of the screen displays the
real-time parameter values as follows:

Parameter Item
F
D
G
V
DR
Meaning
Frequency
Depth
M Gain
M Speed
M Dynamic Range
Parameters that can be adjusted to optimize the M Mode image are indicated in the following.
Adjustment
Parameter Item
Control panel and
soft menu
adjustment
Gain, TGC, Depth, Focus Position, Display Format, Line Correlation, Tint
Map, Scan Speed, Edge Enhance, Dynamic Range, Gray Map.

Color mode

In Color mode scan, the image parameter area on the right side of the screen displays the
real-time parameter values as follows:
Parameter
Item
Meaning

F
G
WF
PRF
Frequency
Color
Gain
Color Wall
Filter
Pulse
Repetition
Frequency
Parameters that can be adjusted to optimize the Color mode image are indicated in the
following.
Adjustment
Control panel and
soft menu adjustment
Parameter Item
Gain, Depth, TGC, Steer, iTouch
Image Quality, Scan Density, Persistence, Smooth, Sensitivity, B/C Wide,
Velocity, Flow, Wall Filter, Steer, B/C dual live, Caliper, Color Map, Color
Priority, Baseline, HR Flow.

Power mode

In Power mode scan, the image parameter area on the right side of the screen displays the
real-time parameter values as follows:
Parameter
Item
Meaning

F
G
WF
PRF
Frequency
Power Gain
Power Wall
Filter
Pulse Repetition
Frequency
Parameters that can be adjusted to optimize the Power mode image are indicated in the
following.
Adjustment
Parameter Item
5-8 Checking Performance and Functions
Adjustment
Parameter Item
Control panel and soft
menu adjustment
Gain, Map, Dynamic Range

PW / CW Mode

In PW/ CW mode scan, the image parameter area on the right side of the screen displays the
real-time parameter values as follows:
Parameter
Item
Meaning

F
Frequency
G
WF
PRF
SVD
Gain
Wall
Filter
Pulse
Repetition
Frequency
SV
Position
SV
SV Size
(Only for PW
mode)
Angle
Angle
Parameters that can be adjusted to optimize the PW/ CW mode image are indicated in the
following.
Adjustment
Parameter Item
Control panel
and soft menu
adjustment
Gain, SV, Depth, Image Quality, Caliper, iTouch, Auto Calculation, Invert, Scan
Speed, T/F Res, WF, Tint Map, Gray Map, Display Format, Duplex/Triplex, HPRF,
Baseline, Angle, Quick Angle, Dynamic Range, Volume, Steer.
5.4.2.2
Basic Measurement
Procedure
B mode:
Checking criteria

Enter application measurement mode
Enter general measurement mode

Press <Measure> button


Press <Caliper> button
Measure 1-2 items (such as length, area). The
calculation result is displayed at the bottom of the
image in real-time.
Press the same button or press<Esc>.
Exit the corresponding measurement.
Similar operations for other modes
Application measurement options agree with various
application software packages.
Checking Performance and Functions 5-9
5.4.2.3
Cine Review
Procedure


Checking criteria
Press <Freeze> to freeze the image. The
system
enters
manual-review.
(Precondition: Set “Enter in frozen status”
to “Cine”.
Open cine files in thumbnail, iStation or
Review. The system enters automatic cine
review status.

Enter Cine Review status

The system enters auto review status.
Roll the trackball
Manual cine review
Click soft menu-[Auto Review]
Start auto review. Adjust soft menu knob to
change the speed of cine review.
Review speed gets faster with the value
becoming bigger.
Review speed gets slower with the value
becoming smaller.
If the review speed is 0, it exits auto review mode
Move the cursor to the start point to review (or
image frame), and then click soft menu of
image [Set as Start Point].
Set start point of auto review.
Move the cursor to the end point to review (or
image frame), and then click soft menu of
image [Set as End Point].
Set end point of auto review.
Click soft menu-[Auto Review] again.

The cine review plays between the start point
and the end point.
Press <Freeze> to defreeze the image
again.

Return to scan status with the image
defreezing and exit cine review.
Auto play area
Total
frame
number
Start point of
auto review
Review progress bar
Current frame
number
End point of auto
review
5.4.2.4
Probe Switch and Recognition
Procedure
Checking criteria
Press <Freeze> button – plug the probe – press
<Freeze> button – press <Probe> button.
Ultrasound device can be recognized
while connecting the probe.
Press <Freeze> button – unplug the probe – plug a
new probe.
Recognize the probe type instantly.
5-10 Checking Performance and Functions
5.4.2.5
Image and Imaging Management
Procedure
Checking criteria
Press <Save> in scan process (set based on the
preset)
Save B mode image to patient data library in
real-time. The icons of the images appear on
the right side of the interface.
Select [Setup]-[System Preset]-[General]. Select
“Exam Setting” from “Sending/Printing after End
Exam”.
The system sends the image to the default
DICOM server or printer server automatically.
Press <End Exam> in scan process.

Press <Review> button

To enter Review

Click [Close] button on the review interface; or
press <Review>/<Esc> to exit the interface.

To enter Review

Press
iVision
([Setup]-[System
Config]-[Others]).

Enter iVision screen

Start image demonstration
user-defined
button
Preset]-[Key

iVision interface. Add the demonstration item,
and select display method. Select a demo
from the list, and then click [Start].

Click [Exit] or press <Esc> to exit after the
demonstration finishes.
Press <iStation> to enter patient information
management interface.
5.5
Performance Test
5.5.1
Test Procedures
Image files are played according to file
names one by one (including the image
of system-relevant and PC-compatible
format).

Exit the image demonstration
Agree with patient’s ID. View the real-time
image/imaging information. The following
operations are also available:

Back up (Restore)

Send (DICOM, USB flash disk, etc)
Check resolution
Check detection depth
Check geometric
positioning accuracy
Blind area test
Record the imaging
Checking Performance and Functions 5-11
5.5.2
Note:
Test Content
The following figure is only used for reference in the testing, and the actual
image effect depends on the specific system.

Requirements:
1.
Display: set the brightness and contrast values to clinical (or default) status;
2.
Ambient: dark room to simulate actual clinical using;
3.
The probe surface should contract with the acoustic window without separation or pressing.

Description:
Refer to <Appendix B Illustration or Phantom Using> for the phantoms used in the test.
Phantom KS107BD, low frequency, used when center frequency of the probe ≤ 4MHz;
Phantom KS107BG, high frequency, used when center frequency of the probe ≥5MHz;
5.5.2.1
Resolution
 Lateral resolution
Test Procedure:
1.
Place the probe head gently on the acoustic window of the phantom which is covered by water
or gel, and make sure the lateral resolution targets are displayed in the center of the image.
2.
Focus to the lateral resolution target group.
3.
Adjust gain, dynamic range, TGC, etc., make sure only the target line is displayed clearly on
the image with no tissue image in the background.
4.
Read the separation between two target points that can be distinguished clearly, while keeping
the transverse target group horizontal.
5.
Repeat upper steps at other depth.
Image effect is show in figure below:
 Axial resolution
Test Procedure:
5-12 Checking Performance and Functions
1.
Place the probe head gently on the acoustic window of the phantom which is covered by water
or gel, and make sure the axial resolution targets are displayed in the center of the image.
2.
Focus to the axial resolution target group.
3.
Adjust gain, dynamic range, TGC, etc., make sure only the target line is displayed clearly on
the image with no tissue image in the background.
4.
Read the distance between two target points that can be separated clearly.
5.
Repeat upper steps at other depth.
Note:
1.
2.
5.5.2.2
For convex probe, keep the lateral resolution targets near the central line of the
scanning plane.
For linear probe with Steer function, DO NOT turn on Steer when testing the
transverse resolution.
3.
Magnify (zoom) the targets for observation if necessary.
4.
Distance between the left and right edges of a target point at a certain depth
indicates the transverse resolution at this depth also.
Maximum Detection Depth
Test Procedure:
1.
Place the probe gently on the phantom surface which is covered by water or gel.
2.
Set displaying depth (according to the max depth of the current probe);
3.
Adjust Focus to the deepest value, set AP value to largest.
4.
Increase Gain, Contrast, TGC, but make sure no halos or defocusing appears.
5.
Record the depth of the most distant target line which is imaged clearly.
Note:
1.
2.
3.
An overlarge gain may result in large noise and submergence of the echo
signal.
For linear probe, the probe surface should be perfectly fit with the acoustic
window on the phantom without any inclination during scan.
For convex and phased probe, make sure the axial target group is placed in the
central of the scanning plane which keeps the justice of the interfering effect.
Checking Performance and Functions 5-13
4.
In non-frozen mode, a distant target may be similar to a noise dot which should
be discarded.
Image effect is show in figure below:
5.5.2.3
Geometric Positioning Accuracy
 Axial Geometric Positioning Accuracy
Test Procedure:
1.
Adjusting steps are the same with the Maximum Detection Depth.
2.
Record the separation values with measuring caliper in step of 20 mm on the axial target
group.
3.
Select all measurement values deviating largely from 20 mm, and calculate the error by the
following formula.
5-14 Checking Performance and Functions
Note:
1.
2.
Measuring cursor should be placed on the top edge of the target image,
not in the middle or bottom edge.
Scan plane should be perpendicular to each target line, in other words,
scan plane should be parallel to phantom section plane.
Image effect is show in figure below:
 Lateral Geometric Positioning Accuracy
Test Procedure:
1.
Place the probe gently on the acoustic window of phantom which is covered by water or gel.
2.
Adjust display depth, to make horizontal groups display in the image.
3.
Adjust focus to be in horizontal groups (no explicit standard).
4.
Adjust gain, TGC, etc to make horizontal groups display clearly.
5.
Use caliper to measure horizontal target distance by step of 20mm.
6.
Select all measurement values deviating largely from 20 mm, and calculate the error by the
following formula.
Note:
1.
To linear array probe, read the lateral distance one segment after
another.
2.
For convex probe, display all lateral targets one time.
3.
The measurement caliper lies at the top or bottom of the target to be
measured.
Image effect is show in figure below:
Checking Performance and Functions 5-15
5.5.2.4
Blind Area
Test Procedure:
1.
Place the probe gently on the phantom surface which is covered by water or gel.
2.
Adjust the depth to lower value and set the focus to shallowest.
3.
Reduce AP, Gain, etc until the background noise is barely visible.
4.
Observe the depth of shallowest target image. It is also the blind area value.
Note:
1.
2.
For linear probe, the probe surface should be perfectly fit with the acoustic
window on the phantom without any inclination during scan.
For convex probe, blind area target in the observation must lie on the central
line of the scan plane.
Image effect is show in figure below:
5-16 Checking Performance and Functions
6
6.1
Note:
Software Installation &
Maintenance
Enter Maintenance
Before the maintenance operation, the engineer should login the system as Service.
After clicking [Enable ms-setting], you can make settings for the operating system on
Windows interface. After the settings, click [Disable ms-setting] on the maintenance
screen to disable the function immediately. Otherwise, the performance or operation
of the ultrasound system may be affected.
Log-in:
1.
When Access Control is disabled: press “ctrl”+“/” to pop up the Login dialogue box, select
Service as the user name and input the password.
2.
When Access Control is enabled, press “ctrl”+“/” on the login dialogue box to show the inner
users, select Service and input the password to login.
3.
Log in with the account of Service and enter maintenance screen by selecting [Setup] >
[Maintenance] > [Setup].
Software Installation & Maintenance 6-1
6.2
Software Installation/Restoration
See Software Recovery Guide for detailed system operations and Doppler system restoration.
WARNING:
1.
To avoid data loss, back up user’s preset data and patient data
before system restores.
2. Do Not cut off, shut down or restart the system in the restoration.
6.3
Activating Windows 10 Operating System
NOTE: After OS is upgraded from Windows 7 to windows 10 or Windows 10 is recovered, Windows
10 needs to be activated.
6.3.1
Online Activation
Make sure the ultrasound system is connected to the internet.
Perform the following procedure:
1.
Go to [Setup] > [Maintenance] > [Setup] > [Enter Windows], and input the password.
For details about obtaining password, please refer to "6.4 Enter Windows".
2.
Input “Control Panel” in the address column in the pop-up Windows Explorer and press [Enter]
key to display Control Panel.
6-2 Software Installation & Maintenance
3.
Select [System and Security], and then press [System].
4.
If Windows 10 is not activated, close all the windows to return to the ultrasound screen.
5.
Enter service mode, please refer to “ 6.1 Enter Maintenance”.
6.
Navigate to [Setup] > [Maintenance] > [Setup] and click [Enable ms-setting].
7.
Select [OK] > [Save] to exit and power off the system.
8.
Power on the system. And redo the step 1 ~ step 3.
9.
Click [Activate Windows]. It may take a while to activate Windows. After it is successfully
activated, “Windows is activated” will be displayed on the screen as shown below.
Software Installation & Maintenance 6-3
10. Close all the windows and run “BacktoDoppler.exe” on the desktop to return to the ultrasound
screen. Navigate to [Setup] > [Maintenance] > [Setup] and click [Disable ms-setting].
11. Select [OK] > [Save] to exit and power off the system.
6.3.2
Phone Activation
If the ultrasound system is not connected to the Internet, activate Windows 10 by phone.
Perform the following procedure:
1.
Go to [Setup] > [Maintenance] > [Setup] > [Enter Windows], and input the password.
For details about obtaining password, please refer to "6.4 Enter Windows".
2.
Input “cmd” in the address column in the pop-up Windows Explorer and press [Enter] key.
3.
Input “slui 4” in the DOS prompt and press [Enter] key. Phone activation wizard Menu will be
displayed as below.
4.
Select your country or region, and click [Next] to continue.
6-4 Software Installation & Maintenance
5.
Call one of the phone numbers displayed on above. Choose the proper option number
according to the voice prompts, and enter the Installation ID. Then write down the
Confirmation ID according to the voice prompts.
6.
Click [Enter confirmation ID] to enter the following menu.
7.
Input the Confirmation ID, and click [Activate Windows] to finish the activation.
6.4
1.
Enter Windows
The password is generated by device Mac address and serial number (see System
Information), please contact Mindray Service Department for details.
2.
Enter maintenance menu. Click [Enter Windows]. Type the password to enter Windows
system.
Software Installation & Maintenance 6-5
6.5
Software Maintenance
6.5.1
Log Export
1.
Insert the USB disk to the device;
2.
Enter [Setting] interface; select [Export Log] to export the log.
3.
Select the path in the Browse page to save the log, and then click [OK].
4.
When the log is exported, the system prompts “Export succeed!”, click [OK] to return to
Maintenance menu.
Note:
The log can be exported to the external USB storage device only. Make sure
there is enough space for the storage before the exporting.
6.6
Data Backup and Storage
6.6.1
Preset Data Management
Select [Setup]-[Maintenance]. Export and import system preset data or load the factory.
6.6.1.1
Back up the Setup Data
1.
Click [Export] to open the [Export Data] dialogue box on [Preset Data Management] interface.
2.
Select the path to save data.
3.
Click [OK]. A progress bar appears and the setup data of the selected item is exported to the
specified path.
6-6 Software Installation & Maintenance
6.6.1.2
1.
Restore the Setup Data
Click [Export] to open the [Export Data] dialogue box on [Preset Data Management] interface.
2. Select the path to import the data. Select path to import all data or some of the data;
3. Click [OK], a progress bar appears and the setup data is imported to the specified module.
Tip: If select [Load Factory], the settings are restored to the factory defaults, except for region
preset and admin.
6.6.2
Patient Data Backup and Restoration
6.6.2.1
Patient Data Backup
1.
Press [iStation] on the control panel to open the iStation dialogue box;
2.
Click [Select All] to select all data or select the desired data one by one;
3.
Select the information. Click [Backup Exam] to pop up the “Backup Patient Record” dialogue
box. Select the desired storage device (recorder, DVD or USB disk). Click [Backup]. Back up
the selected data automatically.
4.
Select whether to encrypt backup exams for USB only, input the password, confirm password
in the field box, and then click [Backup], A "Patient.7z" compressed package is backed up to
the USB device
Note: You need to input the password to open the package. If the password is forgotten, you cannot
open the backup package.
6.6.2.2
Restore Backup Patient Data
1.
Press [iStation] on the control panel to open the iStation dialogue box;
2.
Select the drive which contains the patient data. Click [Select All] to select all the data or select
the target data one by one. Click [Restore] to restore the patient data from the current drive to
the patient database.
6.7
1.
Introduction on HDD Partition Data
The whole capacity is 128 G. The details are shown as follows:
Notes
Blocks(G)
Notes
C:
30G
NTFS
D:
84G
NTFS
E:
5.13G
NTFS
2. Data distribution in each drive is shown as follows:
a)
D drive
Data directory of Drive D
D:\M9
Data
Description
\StressEcho
\UserProtocolTemplates
StressEcho Protocol Template
\gui
\word
User-defined library
\PATIENTDATA
\
Patient database path
\Preset
\Current
User preset data
Software Installation & Maintenance 6-7
\temporary
\
Temporary file directory
\ScreenSaver
Screensaver
\crash
Dump file directory
\DICOMRevFiles
Temporary file backed up by DICOM
\Log
Log file
\DcmLog
DICOM log
Userconfig
b)
User information file
E drive
Directory structure of saved data in E
Drive.
Data
Description
E:\M9
PatientBack
Patient data backup
E:
\Demo
Demo file
6-8 Software Installation & Maintenance
7
Field Replaceable Unit
This chapter lists the details of the Field Replaceable Units (FRU) of the system. Please refer to the explosive view and the FRU table below.
Level 0 represent the main assemblies of the system, and the whole system is divided into 6 assemblies.
Level X represent the main parts of Level 0 assembly.
Level X-1 represent the sub-parts of Level X.
If order number is provided in the table, which means the part is a FRU and can be ordered; if the order number is not provided in the table, which means
the part is not a FRU and cannot be ordered.
Field Replaceable Unit 7-1
7.1
Explosive View
A0
F0
B0
C0
7-2 Field Replaceable Unit
7.2
Assembly Explosive View
7.2.1
Monitor Assembly (A0)
A1-2
A1-1
A1
No.
Order Number
115-048328-00
A1
115-048329-00
Part Name
Qty.
Remark
Monitor Assembly (eDP screen/FRU)
1
eDP signal, for repairing new M9(SN starts with
CC1,CC2,CC3, CC4,CC5) only
Monitor Assembly (LVDS2eDP/FRU)
1
LVDS to eDP signal, for repairing old M9 (SN
starts with 7B, 7C,7D,8K,CAW) only
Field Replaceable Unit 7-3
No.
Order Number
115-056405-00
Part Name
Qty.
Remark
Monitor assembly(M8 Series/FRU)
1
For M8 series only
A1-1
115-016997-01
Monitor front assembly
1
For both M9&M8 series
A1-2
115-023075-01
Monitor rear assembly(FRU)
1
For M9 series only
115-056406-00
Monitor rear Assembly (M8 Series/FRU)
1
For M8 series only
7-4 Field Replaceable Unit
7.2.2
Control Panel Assembly (B0)
B5
B4
B3
B2
B1-5
B1-4
B1-7
B1-2
B1-3
B1-1
B1
B1-6
No.
B1
Order Number
Part Name
Qty.
Remark
115-023071-03
Control Panel Assembly(FRU)
1
For M9 series, not including trackball, small PC
keyboard, and TGC board.
115-055540-02
Control Panel Assembly(M8 Series/FRU)
1
For M8 series, not including trackball, small PC
Field Replaceable Unit 7-5
keyboard, and TGC board.
B1-1
044-000368-00
M9 key top cover
1
B1-2
043-003279-02
Large encoder key(Quick Angle)
1
B1-3
043-003283-00
Large lens(Baseline)
1
B1-4
043-003582-02
Large encoder knob(iTouch, Quick Angle)
2
B1-5
043-003583-02
Small encoder knob(zoom)
1
B1-6
049-000559-01
Silicon keypad
1
B1-7
801-2300-00008-00
Buzzer(FRU)
1
023-000706-00
Track ball
1
Not include the connecting cable.
115-060585-01
2116 PC Keyboard
1
For human use
115-060586-01
2116 PC Keyboard(FRU/ Russian)
1
For human use, Russian
115-065681-00
2116 PC Keyboard(Vet/FRU)
1
For vet
115-065682-00
2116 PC Keyboard(Vet/FRU/ Russian)
1
For vet, Russian
B4
051-001383-01
TGC Board
1
Not include the connecting cable
B5
043-003277-00
TGC CAP(M9)
8
B2
B3
7-6 Field Replaceable Unit
7.2.3
Main Unit Assembly (C0)
C3
C2
C6
C1
C9
C14
C13
C5
C10
C4
C11
C12
C7
C8
C13-1
Field Replaceable Unit 7-7
No.
Order Number
Part Name
Qty.
115-023067-00
M9 Main Board(FRU)
1
115-048332-01
C1
115-033406-00
115-048333-01
115-055539-01
M9 Main Board(eDP+M.2/8s/FRU)
1
Main Board(M9GI/FRU)
1
Includes button battery and radiator washer.
Only used for repair of old M9 (SN starts with
7B,7C,7D,CAW)
Remark software version, machine model,
human use or veterinary and sale region.
Includes button battery and radiator washer.
Only used for repair of new M9 (SN starts with
CC1,CC2,CC3,CC5)
Remark software version.
Only used for repair of old M9GI (SN starts 8K)
Remark software version.
1
Only used for repair of new M9GI (SN starts
with CC4)
M8 Main Board(M8 Series/8s/FRU)
1
Remark software version, machine model
1
LVDS signal, for repair of the old M9 (SN starts
with 7B, 7C,7D,8K, CAW); The MAC address
will change with the replacement of CPU, so you
may need apply the optional key the machine
installed before.
CPU Module(6100 PC module/eDP
output/FRU)
1
eDP signal, for repair of new M9(SN starts with
CC1,CC2,CC3,CC4,CC5) only; The MAC
address will change with the replacement of
CPU, so you may need apply the optional key
the machine installed before.
CPU Module(FRU)
115-048330-01
C3
115-050982-00
TR64 Board(2116/FRU)
1
C4
115-035832-00
ECG Assembly(FRU)
1
7-8 Field Replaceable Unit
Remark software version, machine model,
human use or veterinary and sale region.
M9 Main Board(M9GI/eDP+M.2/8s/FRU)
115-023066-00
C2
Remark
No.
Order Number
Part Name
Qty.
Remark
C5
115-023070-00
Probe Board Assembly(FRU)
1
C6
115-023068-01
PHV Power Board(FRU)
1
C7
115-023405-00
M9 Li-ion battery FRU
1
Including two batteries, should be replaced
together
SSD Card(M9/CE/FRU/Win 7)
1
For old M9(SN starts with 7B) only; Mark
Software version when order it.
115-024561-00
115-024562-00
115-024563-00
115-045290-00
115-033405-00
C8
115-024561-01
115-024562-01
115-024563-01
115-045290-01
115-033405-01
115-055535-00
SSD Card(M9CV/CE/FRU/Win 7)
SSD Card(M9T/CE/FRU/Win 7)
SSD Card(M9Vet/CE/FRU/Win 7)
SSD Card(M9GI/CE/FRU/Win 7)
SSD Card(M9/CE/FRU/6100 PC/Win 7)
SSD Card(M9CV/CE/FRU/6100 PC/Win 7)
SSD Card(M9T/CE/FRU/6100 PC/Win 7)
SSD Card(M9Vet/CE/FRU/6100 PC/Win 7)
SSD Card(M9GI/CE/FRU/6100 PC/Win 7)
SSD Card(M8/CE/FRU/6100PC/Win 7)
1
For old M9CV(SN starts with 7C) only; Mark
Software version when order it.
1
For old M9T(SN starts with 7D) only; Mark
Software version when order it.
1
For old M9Vet(SN starts with CAW) only, Mark
Software version when order it.
1
For old M9GI(SN starts with 8K) only; Mark
Software version when order it.
1
For new M9(SN starts with CC1) only; Mark
Software version when order it.
1
For new M9CV(SN starts with CC2) only; Mark
Software version when order it.
1
For new M9T(SN starts with CC3) only; Mark
Software version when order it.
1
For new M9Vet(SN starts with CC5) only; Mark
Software version when order it.
1
For new M9GI(SN starts with CC4) only; Mark
Software version when order it.
1
For M8 only; Mark Software version when order
it.
Field Replaceable Unit 7-9
No.
Order Number
Part Name
115-055536-00
SSD Card(M8CV/CE/FRU/6100PC/Win 7)
115-055537-00
SSD Card(M8T/ CE/FRU/6100PC/Win 7)
115-055538-00
SSD Card(M8GI/ CE/FRU/6100PC/Win 7)
115-026787-02
SSD Card(M9/FDA/FRU/Win10)
115-026788-02
SSD Card(M9CV/FDA/FRU/Win10)
115-026789-02
SSD Card(M9T/FDA/FRU/Win10)
115-033405-02
SSD Card(M9GI/CE/FRU/Win10)
115-024563-02
SSD Card(M9T/CE/FRU/Win10)
115-024562-02
SSD Card(M9CV/CE/FRU/Win10)
115-024561-02
SSD Card(M9/CE/FRU/Win10)
115-055538-01
SSD Card(M8GI/CE/FRU/Win10)
115-055537-01
SSD Card(M8T/CE/FRU/Win10)
115-055536-01
SSD Card(M8CV/CE/FRU/Win10)
115-055535-01
SSD Card(M8/CE/FRU/Win10)
7-10 Field Replaceable Unit
Qty.
Remark
1
For M8CV only; Mark Software version when
order it.
1
For M8T only; Mark Software version when
order it.
1
For M8GI only; Mark Software version when
order it.
1
For new M9(SN starts with CC1) only; Mark
Software version when order it.
1
For new M9CV(SN starts with CC2) only; Mark
Software version when order it.
1
For new M9T(SN starts with CC3) only; Mark
Software version when order it.
1
For new M9GI(SN starts with CC4) only; Mark
Software version when order it.
1
For new M9T(SN starts with CC3) only; Mark
Software version when order it.
1
For new M9CV(SN starts with CC2) only; Mark
Software version when order it.
1
For new M9(SN starts with CC1) only; Mark
Software version when order it.
1
For M8GI only; Mark Software version when
order it.
1
For M8T only; Mark Software version when
order it.
1
For M8CV only; Mark Software version when
order it.
1
For M8 only; Mark Software version when order
No.
Order Number
Part Name
Qty.
Remark
it.
115-048923-01
023-001226-00
C9
023-001528-00
SSD Card(M8Elite/FDA/FRU/Win10)
Wireless net adapter
Wi-Fi module Wi-Fi + BT
1
For M8Elite only; Mark Software version when
order it.
1
miniPCIE interface, for repair of old M9 ((SN
starts with 7B,7C,7D,8K) only
1
M.2 interface, for repair of new M9(SN starts
with CC1,CC2,CC3, CC4) and all M8 series
2 in 1
C10
020-000034-00
Speaker and cable
1
C11
043-003265-00
Front dust-proof mesh of main unit
2
C12
043-003268-00
Edge dust-proof mesh of main unit
1
C13
115-017214-00
Bottom cover assembly of main unit
1
C13-1
049-000561-00
Rubber foot
6
4 on bottom cover and 2 on battery cover
C14
115-023074-00
M9 Fan(FRU)
1
6 in 1
Field Replaceable Unit 7-11
7.2.4
Cables (D0)
No.
Order Number
Part Name
Qty.
D1
009-003292-00
Trackball signal cable
1
D2
009-003293-00
Control panel signal cable
1
D3
2108-20-65853
STC connecting cable
1
009-005417-00
Brazil power cord (3.5m)
1
009-003701-00
Adapter power cord( U.K,2.5M)
1
009-003703-00
Adapter power cord( Europe,2.5M)
1
D4
7-12 Field Replaceable Unit
Remark
7.2.5
Accessories (E0)
No.
Order Number
Part Name
Qty.
E1
022-000147-00
Adapter 100-240VAC 19V 150W
1
E2
115-020783-01
iDock51 Audio/Video Extension Module
1
E3
115-020784-00
PEM-51 Probe Extension Module
1
E4
115-022425-00
DVD-RW Kit
1
115-052996-00
Bar Code Scanners
1
115-052997-00
Bar Code Scanners(support RFID)
1
115-053023-00
Bar Code Scanners(Turkey)
1
115-053024-00
Bar Code Scanners(support RFID,Turkey)
1
115-028357-01
USB to network converter
1
115-024047-00
MIC head ECG Lead(CE)
E5
E6
1
E7
Remark
Includes:
1. ECG cables;
2. DC-IN cable (support MIC port).
1
Includes:
1. ECG cables;
2. DC-IN cables (support BNC port and iMEC
port).
115-030429-00
BNC head ECG Lead(CE)
E8
040-000072-00
ECG Cable - neonatal
1
E9
115-056309-00
McAfee Kit
1
E10
048-004129-00
M9 Ordinary Probe Bag
1
E11
048-004130-00
M9 Intracavity Probe Bag
1
Field Replaceable Unit 7-13
No.
Order Number
Part Name
Qty.
E12
115-039785-00
M9 Luggage(FRU)
1
E13
049-001025-00
M9 keyboard shelter
1
7-14 Field Replaceable Unit
Remark
7.2.6
UMT-500 Mobile Trolley (F0)
F14
F8
F6
F13
F1
F9
F11
F12
F5
F2
F3
F4
F17
F10
No.
Order Number
Part Name
Qty.
F1
115-021103-00
USB-HUB assembly
1
F2
051-001386-02
Cart AC Connector Board
1
F3
051-001387-02
Cart Battery Control Board
1
F4
022-000148-00
Power Supply Board
1
Remark
Field Replaceable Unit 7-15
No.
Order Number
Part Name
Qty.
Remark
F5
024-000320-00
FAN
1
F6
115-037617-01
probe holder&cup bracket(FRU)
2
Can be installed on both left and right side of the
trolley
Can be installed on trolley with EFP018F or
above version only; can be installed on both left
and right side of trolley; for both upgrade and
maintenance.
F7
115-045239-00
Inner chamber probe holder Assy(FRU)
1
F8
801-2102-00016-00
transducer cable hook
1
F9
045-002938-00
F10
115-015314-00
Castor(FRU)
4
F11
034-000353-00
Drawer lock
1
F12
043-003430-00
M9 Cart front bin
1
F13
043-003592-00
2116 cart back pallet
1
F14
115-020346-00
Trolley panel cover assembly
1
F15
009-003334-00
power cable for M9
1
The retractable power cable in the trolley
F16
009-003330-00
USB signal cable
1
The USB signal cable in the trolley
F17
115-058717-00
lithium-ion Battery FRU(CFDA/CE)
1
Only for maintenance, includes 2pcs
7-16 Field Replaceable Unit
Hook Bracket
1
Can be used on the trolley with EFP018F or
above version.
8
Structure and
8.1
Structure of the Complete System
8.1.1
Main Unit
Assembly/Disassembly
Fig Overall Exploded View
No.
Name
No.
Name
1
Display (monitor) assembly
5
Hardware cover
2
Control panel assembly
6
Battery
3
Machine board assembly
7
Battery cover assembly
4
Back cover assembly of main unit
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-1
8.1.2
Mobile Trolley
No.
Name
No.
Name
1
Trolley panel cover assembly
5
Probe cable hook assembly
2
Cast-aluminum base assembly of
trolley panel
6
Storage tray
3
Power supply assembly
7
Probe extender assembly
4
Trolley base assembly
8
Lifting column assembly
8-2 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
8.2
Main Unit Assembly/Disassembly
This section describes the disassembling and assembling of the main parts and hardware boards.
The assembling is the inverse process of disassembling if not mentioned in particular.
 Sketch
Note:
The illustration of disassembly is for reference only; please relies on the actual
model.
8.2.1
Preparation
8.2.1.1
Disassembly Tools Required
Name
Type
Material No.
Remarks
Cross-headed
screwdriver
107*75
/
M2
Cross-headed
screwdriver
102*100
0000-10-10884
M3、M4
Spanner
1PK-H024
095-000063-00
4″
Diagonal cutting
pliers
N-206S
095-000077-00
/
/
/
/
Anti-electrostatic
glove: 1 pair.
8.2.1.2
Engineers Required
The disassembly should be performed by professionals from Mindray or the staff who are qualified
for the maintenance after the training.
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-3
8.2.1.3
Disassembly Requirements
Be prepared before disassembling ultrasound device.
1.
Stop scanning the patient and capturing images. Shut down the device and cut off AC power
supply. Unplug AC power supply cable.
2.
Be prepared for a softer platform and keep the platform clear. Prevent the device from scrape.
3.
Get the tools and gloves prepared.
8.2.2
Battery
Note: it is recommended to remove the battery first, and the remove other parts when the power
supply is cut off.
1.
Unscrew 3 screws on the battery cover (2 M3 X 20 cross head screws, 1 M3 X 8 Nylok screw).
Remove the battery cover towards the direction as blue shows.
Battery cover
M3X8 Nylok screw
M3X20 panhead screw (2 screws)
2.
Pull the white tab up. Take out the battery.
8-4 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
Battery
8.2.3
1.
Tab
Dust-proof Mesh of Main Unit
Take out the dust-proof mesh on the right side.
Dust-proof mesh on the right side
2.
Take out the dust-proof mesh in front of main unit.
Dust-proof mesh in front of main unit
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-5
8.2.4
1.
Network Adaptor
Unscrew four screws (M3 X 6 cross panhead screw) on the hard disk cover, and then remove
the hard disk cover.
Hard disk cover
2.
M3 X 6 cross panhead screw (4 screws)
Extract the network cables. Extract the signal cables of monitor via black handle.
Network adaptor snap closure
Extract signal cables of monitor via black handle
3.
Push the metal snap closure backwards as the thick arrow shows. Take the wireless network
adaptor out by following the direction as left thick arrow shows.
8-6 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
Two metal snap closure to lock wireless network adaptor
Metal snap closure
Wireless network adaptor
4.
Remove button battery
Hold the button battery gently. Put the sharp end of the tweezers or flat-headed screw into the
gap between battery and bulges of plastic cover. The button battery bounces off then.
Note: do not press hard in the operation.
Bulges of plastic cover
8.2.5
SSD Card
1.
Remove the hard disk cover. See the first step in Chapter 8.2.4.
2.
Push the metal clasp towards the blue arrow’s direction.
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-7
Metal clasp
3.
Take out SSD card.
8.2.6
Control Panel and Monitor
1.
Remove network adaptor and battery assembly. See Chapter 9.2.2 and Chapter 9.2.3 for
details.
2.
Unscrew 11 screws on the back cover (M3 X 8 Nylok screw).
8-8 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
M3X8 Nylok screw (11 screws)
3.
Open control panel. Extract the signal cables of control panel, and remove the control panel.
Extract signal cables of control panel
4.
Unscrew 4 screws (M3 X 8 Nylok screws) as shown in the Figure. Remove the monitor
upwards.
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-9
M3X8 Nylok screw
(2 screws for each left and right side)
8.2.7
Remove the monitor assembly
upwards
ECG Assembly
1.
Remove control panel and monitor assembly. See Chapter 9.2.4 for details.
2.
Unscrew 4 screws on CG shield cover (M2 X 4 stainless steel cross head screws). Remove the
shield cover.
M2 X 4 stainless steel cross head screw (4 screws)
3.
Remove the ECG cable pressure plate, and remove 4 screws on ECG board ((M2 X 4 stainless
steel cross head screws). Remove ECG board. Extract ECG signal cables.
8-10 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
M2 X 4 stainless steel cross head screw (4 screws)
Pressure plate
ECG signal
cables
4.
Unscrew 2 screws on ECG fixing bracket (M3 X 8 Nylok screw).Remove ECG's fixing bracket
and extract ECG connecting cables.
M3 X 8 Nylok screw (2 screws)
ECG fixing bracket
5.
ECG connecting board
Connecting cables to
ECG socket
Remove the speaker assembly. Unplug the socket on the main board.
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-11
Socket to speaker
8.2.8
Speaker assembly
Fan
1.
Remove control panel and monitor assembly. See Chapter 9.2.4.
2.
Unplug the connecting cable of fan. Remove the hot-melt adhesive. Take out the fan.
Fan plug
3.
Hot-melt adhesive
Fan's shield cover
Remove the fan’s shield cover.
8.2.9
Probe Board Assembly
1.
Remove control panel and monitor assembly. See Chapter 9.2.4 for details.
2.
Unscrew 2 screws (M2 X 4 stainless steel cross head screw). Take out the connecting socket
of probe board.
8-12 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
M2 X 4 stainless steel cross
head screw (2 screws)
3.
Unscrew 3 screws on the fixing bracket of probe socket (M3 X 8 Nylok screw).
M3 X 8 Nylok screw (3 screws)
4.
Take out the probe board assembly.
5.
Unscrew 4 screws on probe’s socket (M3 X 8 Nylok screw). Take out the probe’s socket.
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-13
M3 X 8 Nylok screw (4 screws)
6.
Probe socket
Probe board
Disassemble IO fixing bracket, fixing bracket of pencil probe structure.
Unscrew 2 screws on IO fixing bracket (M3 X 8 Nylok screw). Take out IO fixing bracket.
IO fixing bracket
M3 X 8 Nylok screw (2 screws)
Unscrew 2 screws on the fixing bracket of pencil probe (M3 X 8 Nylok screw).
M3 X 8 Nylok screw (2 screws)
Fixing bracket of pencil probe
8.2.10 Machine Board Assembly
1.
Remove control panel and monitor assembly. See Chapter 9.2.4 for details.
8-14 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
2.
Disassemble machine board assembly.
Unscrew 11 screws (M3 X 6 cross panhead screw). Take out the machine board assembly.
Machine board
assembly
3.
M3X6 cross
panhead screw
(11 screws)
Disassemble TR64 board
Unscrew 7 screws on TR64 board (M3 X 6 cross panhead screws). Take out TR64 board with
forces.
M3 X 6 cross panhead screw
(7 screws)
TR64 board
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-15
4.
Disassemble PHV power supply board
Unscrew one screw on grounding elastic sheet (M2.5 X 12 cross panhead screw)
M2.5 X 12 cross panhead
screw (1 screw)
Grounding elastic sheet
Unscrew 4 screws on larger shield cover of PHV board (M3 X 6 cross panhead screw).
Remove the larger shield cover of PHV board.
M3 X 6 cross
panhead screw
(4 screws)
Larger shield
cover of PHV
board
Unscrew 1 screw on smaller shield cover of PHV board (M3 X 6 cross panhead screw).
Remove the smaller shield cover of PHV board and PHV board.
8-16 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
M3 X 6 cross
panhead screw
(1 screws)
5.
Smaller shield
cover of PHV
board
Disassemble CPU assembly.
Unscrew four screws (M2.5 X 12 cross slot bolt) on CPU assembly, and then remove the CPU
assembly.
M2.5X12 cross slot bolt (4 screws)
NOTE
Do not open the BIOS base shown in the following figure when disassembling the
CPU board assembly. Ensure the BIOS base is closed before re-assembling the
CPU board assembly. Press it until closed if it is opened. Otherwise, it fails to boot
the device up.
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-17
8.2.11 Control Panel Assembly
1.
Remove control panel. See step 1 to step 3 in Chapter 9.2.4 for details.
2. Remove standard small keyboard
a)
Unscrew 4 screws on water-proof plate (M3 X 6 cross panhead screw). Remove the
water-proof plate. Push the socket clasp towards the blue arrow, and then take out flexible
PCB.
M3 X 6 cross
slot screw (4
screws)
b)
Flexible PCB
Remove the water-proof plate of standard small.
Water-proof plate of standard small
c)
Unscrew 6 screws locking the standard keyboard. Take out the small keyboard upwards.
8-18 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
M3X6 cross slot screw (6 screws)
3. Remove the caps on the control panel.
Pull out the cap upwards. Caps for: small encoder button (Zoom), TCG cap (8 caps), large
encoder button (Auto Correct), large encode button (iTouch).
Large encoder
button (Auto
Correct)
Large encoder
button (iTouch)
Small encoder
button (Zoom)
TGC cap (8 caps)
4. Disassemble the buzzer.
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-19
Unscrew 2 screws locking the buzzer (M2 X 6 cross panhead screw). Unplug the connecting
cables of the buzzer from PCB board, and remove the buzzer.
M2 X 6 cross panhead screw with pad (2 screws)
Connecting cable of buzzer
5. Disassemble the trackball.
Unscrew two screws as shown in the following figure (M3 X 20 cross panhead screw). Unplug
the connecting cable of the trackball, and take out the trackball.
Connecting cable of trackball
8-20 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
M3 X 20 cross panhead screw (2 screws)
6. Disassemble TGC board
Unscrew 4 screws on TGC board (M3 X 6 stainless steel cross panhead screw). Unplug STC
connecting cables. Remove TCG board.
M3 X 6 stainless steel cross
panhead screw (4 screws)
STC connecting cable
7. Disassemble the control panel PCBA
Unscrew 20 screws (M3 X 6 stainless steel cross panhead screw) on control panel PCBA.
Remove control panel PCBA.
M3 X 6 stainless steel cross panhead screw (20 screws)
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-21
8. Disassemble caps
Remove button caps on the control panel.
Disassemble button caps
9. Disassemble magnetic induction chip and status indicator.
Unscrew 4 screws (M3 X 6 cross panhead screw, 2 screws for each left and right side) from
magnetic induction clip. Take out the magnetic chip. Unscrew 2 screws (M3 X 6 cross panhead
screw, 1 screw for each left and right side) from status indicator. Take out the status indicator.
M3 X 6 cross panhead
screw (4 screws, 2 screws
for each left and right side)
Magnetic
induction
chip
Status
indicator
M3 X 6 cross panhead
screw (2 screws, one screw
for each left and right side)
10. Disassemble silicon keyboard
Silicon keyboard is installed on the control panel PCBA via interference fit of silicon bearings
(back of PCBA). Remove the silicon keyboard from control panel.
8-22 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
Silicon keyboard
Control panel PCBA
Silicon bearing (24 bearings)
11. TGC dust-proof cover
TGC dust-proof cover is installed on TGC board via interference fit of silicon bearings. Remove
TGC dust-proof from TGC board.
TGC dust-proof cover
TGC board
Silicon bearing (4 bearings)
8.2.12 Display (monitor) Assembly
1.
Remove the monitor assembly. See Chapter 9.2.4 for details.
2. Disassemble front cover of the monitor.
Take out 4 screw caps from 4 corners of the monitor. Unscrew four screws inside.
Note: keep screw caps properly.
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-23
Screw cap. Unscrew M2.5 X 4 cross
panhead screw (4 screws)
Take out the front cover along the left side (or right side), and then take out it along the frame of
the monitor.
Take out the front cover form both sides
3. Unscrew 1 screw on the cable harness (M2.5 X 5 cross slot screw), and remove the cable
harness. Take out the cables from channel.
M2.5 X 5 cross slot screw (1 screw)
Cable harness
8-24 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
4. Disassemble WIFI cables
WIFI cables stick to the back cover of the monitor. Tear the WIFI cables and aluminum foil off.
WIFI cables and aluminum foil
5. Disassemble light sensor board
Unscrew 2 screws on light sensor board (M2.5 X 4 cross panhead screw). Take out the light
sensor board.
M2.5 X 4 cross panhead
screw (2 screws)
Light sensor board
6. Disassemble LCD Monitor
Unscrew 6 screws from LCD monitor’s six corners (M2 X 4 cross panhead screw), and remove
LCD monitor.
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-25
M2 X 4 cross panhead
screw (2 screws)
7. Disassemble left/right damping axis
Unscrew 6 screws on damping axes from left and right sides (M2.5 X 5 cross slot screw, 3
screws for each left and right side), and remove damping axis.
M2.5 X 5 cross slot screw (6
screws, 3 screws for each
left and right side
8. Disassemble the magnetic snap closure of the monitor.
Unscrew four screws on the magnetic snap closure (M2.5 X 4 cross panhead screw, 2 screws
for each left and right side), and remove the metal part and the magnet.
8-26 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
M2.5X4 cross panhead screw, 4
screws; 2 screws for each left and
right side
Fixing metal part
to magnet
8.3
Trolley Assembly/Disassembly
8.3.1
Preparation
8.3.1.1
Disassembly Tools Required
Name
Material No.
Remarks
Cross-headed
screwdriver
107*75
/
M2
Cross-headed
screwdriver
102*100
0000-10-10884
M3、M4
Inner hexagon
spanner
369H(1.5-6.0mm)
095-000062-00
M5
1PK-H024
095-000063-00
4″
Diagonal cutting
pliers
N-206S
095-000077-00
/
Anti-electrostatic
glove: 1 pair.
/
/
/
Spanner
8.3.1.2
Type
Magnet
Engineers Required
The disassembly should be performed by professionals from Mindray or the staff who are trained to
be qualified for the maintenance.
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-27
8.3.1.3
Disassembly Requirements
Be prepared before disassembling ultrasound device.
1.
Stop scanning the patient and capturing images. Shut down the device and cut off AC power
supply. Unplug AC power supply cable.
2.
Lock the casters to prevent the device from moving in the disassembly.
3.
Get the disassembly tools prepared.
8.3.2
1.
Storage Box
Remove the storage box upwards.
Storage box
2.
Unscrew 2 screws on bracket of storage box (M4 X 12 cross panhead screw), and remove the
bracket of the storage box.
8-28 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
M4X12 cross panhead
screw (2 screws)
8.3.3
1.
Power Supply Assembly
Unscrew two M4X10 stainless steel round inner head screws (with the pad) on the front of the
main unit, and then disassemble two M4X10 stainless steel round inner head screws (with the
pad) on the back of the main unit. Pull out the power supply assemble by the metal handle.
Two M4X10 stainless steel
round inner head screws
(with the pad)
2.
Bracket of storage box
Two M4X10 stainless steel
round inner head screws
(with the pad)
Metal handle of
power supply
assembly
Remove dust-proof mesh
Press the clip outwards (arrow 1). Pull out the plastic clasp towards the arrow 2’s direction.
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-29
Clip
1
2
The plastic clasp
3.
Remove the battery
Unscrew 3 screws (M4 X 12 cross panhead screw) on the battery baffle board. Remove the
battery baffle battery, and then take out the battery.
M4X12corss panhead screw (3 screws)
4.
Battery
Remove the battery compartment and battery management board
Unscrew 6 screws (M4 X 12 cross panhead screw, 3 screws for each left and right side) on the
battery compartment, and then take out the battery compartment.
8-30 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
M4X12cross panhead screw (6 screws, 3 screws for each left and right side)
Unscrew 6 screws (M3 X 8 cross panhead screw) on the battery management board, and then
remove the battery management board.
M3X8 cross panhead screw (6 screws)
5.
Remove AC-DC power supply assembly
Unscrew 4 screws (M4 X 8 cross panhead screw) on AC-DC supporting board, and take out
AC-DC assembly.
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-31
M4X8 cross panhead screw (4 screws)
Unscrew 4 screws (M4 X 8 cross panhead screw) on the back of AC-DC supporting board, and
take out AC-DC power supply board.
M3X6 cross panhead screw (4 screws)
6.
Unscrew 4 screws on the power supply fan (M4 X16 cross panhead with the pad and the clip).
Take out the fan.
8-32 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
M4X16 cross panhead with the pad and the clip (4 screws)
8.3.4
1.
Trolley Panel Board Assembly
Unscrew 10 screws (M4 X 12 cross panhead screw) on the back of trolley panel’s base, and
take out the panel cover.
M4X12 cross panhead screw
(10 screws)
2.
Remove the rotatable clasp
Unscrew 2 screws on the fixing bracket for the spring (M4 X 12 cross panhead screws), and
take out the fixing bracket and the spring.
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-33
Fixing bracket for the spring
M4X12 cross panhead screw (2
screws)
Unscrew 2 screws (M4 X 12 cross panhead screw) on the fixing base of the pivot, and remove
the fixing base of the pivot, then take out the rotatable clasp.
M4X12 cross panhead
screw (2 screws)
8.3.5
Fixing base of
the pivot
Rotatable clasp
Spring Assembly
1.
Remove the assembly of trolley panel cover. See Chapter 9.3.2.3 for details.
2.
Remove LED board, USB board, fixing bracket of power supply cable, etc.
Unscrew 2 screws (M3 X 8 cross panhead screw) on LED board, and take out LED board.
Unscrew 4 screws (M3 X 8 cross panhead screw) on USB board, and take out USB board.
Unscrew 1 screw (M4 X 12 cross panhead screw) on wiring fixation, and then take out the
wiring fixation.
Unscrew 2 screws on the fixing bracket that outlet line passes through (M4 X 12 cross panhead
screw), and remove the bracket.
8-34 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
M3X8 cross
panhead screw (2
screws)
3.
M3X8 cross
panhead screw
(4 screws)
M4X12 cross
panhead screw
(1 screw)
M4X12 cross
panhead screw
(2 screws)
Remove the drawer lock.
a)
Unscrew the screws on the drawer lock. Remove the connecting plate between the screw
and the key lock.
Connecting plate of key lock
b)
Screw on the drawer lock
Take out the drawer lock by unscrewing hexagon screw.
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-35
Hexagon screw
4.
Drawer lock
Remove spring cable
a)
Remove the fixing bracket of spring cable
Unscrew 2 screws (M4 X 12 cross panhead screw) on the base, and take out the bracket
of spring cable.
M4X12 cross panhead
Trolley base screw (2 screws)
b)
The socket of
spring cable
Fixing bracket of
spring cable
Remove spring cable
Press gas spring button. Press the device to the lowest by the handle.
Gas spring
Handle
8-36 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
Unscrew 2 screws (M4 X 12 cross panhead screw) on the injection-molding clasp of spring
cable on the base.
M4X12 cross panhead screw
(2 screws)
Unscrew 2 screws (M4 X 12 cross panhead screw) on the base of control panel, and take
out the panel cover.
M4X12 cross panhead
screw (2 screws)
5.
Take out the spring cable
upwards
Remove the connecting rod of gas spring.
Press gas spring button (the sixth step), remove the handle upwards. Release the spring to the
maximum length (operable to remove gas spring assembly). Put the auxiliary tool (M5 screw or
screw driver) into the spacing hole on the back of the device (operable to remove trolley panel
board).
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-37
Put auxiliary tool (M5 screws or screw driver) into spacing hole
Unscrew 2 screws (M4 X 12 cross panhead screw) on the connecting rod of gas spring.
M4X12 cross panhead screw (2
screws)
Lift up the connecting rod of gas spring, and take out the spring of the connecting rod, then
remove the connecting rod towards arrow’s direction.
8-38 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
Remove the connecting rod towards arrow’s direction
Spring of the connecting rod
6.
Remove gas spring
Unscrew 6 screws (M5 X 25 Allen screw with the pad and the clip) on the connecting base of
the gas spring.
M5X25 Allen screw with the
pad or the clip (6 screws)
Connecting base
Remove the latch of the gas spring at the bottom of the lifting column. Take out the gas spring
upwards.
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-39
Latch of
gas spring
8.3.6
Trolley base
Gas spring
Cast-aluminum Base of Trolley Panel
1.
Remove the assembly of trolley panel cover and spring assembly. See Chapter 9.3.2.3 and
Chapter 9.3.2.4 for details.
2.
Unscrew 8 screws (M5 X 25 Allen screw with the pad and the clip) on the cast-aluminum base,
and remove the panel’ base upwards.
M5X25 inner head screw
with the pad and the clip (8
screws)
3.
Cast-aluminum base of
trolley panel
Remove the printer tray
Unscrew 4 screws (M4 X 12 cross panhead screw) on the printer tray, and take out the printer
tray.
8-40 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
M4X12cross panhead screw (4 screws; 2
screws for each left and right side)
4.
Remove holder bracket, hook base of probe cable, moveable cable hook.
Unscrew 6 screws (M4 X 12 cross panhead screw, 3 screws for each left and right side) on the
holder bracket, and then take out the holder bracket.
Unscrew 2 screws (M4 X 12 cross panhead screw) on the base of probe holder, and take out
the base of probe holder.
Unscrew 2 screws (M4 X 12 cross panhead screw, 1 screw for each left and right side) on the
cable hook, and then take out the cable hook.
Base of
probe holder
M4X12 cross panhead
screw (10 screws)
Holder bracket
(one for each left
and right side)
Cable hook (one
for each left and
right side)
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-41
8.3.7
Lifting Column
1.
Remove cast-aluminum base of trolley panel. See Chapter 9.3.2.5 for details.
2.
Lay the device flat. Remove 8 screws (M5 X 25 Allen screw with the pad and the clip) on the
base. Take out the lifting column towards arrow’s direction.
M5X25 Allen screw
with the pad and the
clip (8 screws)
3.
Take out the lifting column
towards arrow’s direction
Remove external lifting column
Pull the lifting column to the maximum position towards arrow’s direction. Unscrew 8 screws
(M6 X 16 Allen screw with the pad and the clip) on the external lifting column. Take out the
external lifting column.
Note: there is a piece of strip on the screw. Remove the strip before unfastening the screws.
M6X16 Allen screw with
the pad and the clip (8
screws)
4.
External lifting column
Remove the straight track.
Unscrew 8 screws (M5 X 12 Allen screw with the pad and the clip) on internal lifting column,
and take out the straight track.
8-42 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
Straight track
8.3.8
M5X12 Allen screw with the
pad and the clip (8 screws)
Trolley Base Assembly
1.
Remove the lifting column. See Chapter 6.3.7 for details.
2.
Remove the clip of gas spring.
Unscrew 3 screws (M5 X 25 Allen screw with the pad and the clip) on the connecting base of
gas spring. Remove the connecting base of the gas spring. Unscrew 2 screws (M3 X 8 cross
panhead screw) on the clip, and then take out the clip.
M5X25 Allen screw with the
pad and the clip (3 screws)
3.
M3X8 cross panhead screw (2
screws)
Remove the casters
Unscrew the hexagon screw between the casters and the base with dedicated jig.
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-43
Cast-aluminum base
4.
Unscrew the screws
Caster
Remove metal strips
Unscrew 14 screws (M4 X 12 cross panhead screw) at the bottom of cast-aluminum base.
Remove the front pegboard, back pegboard and the strip of power supply box (one piece for
each left and right side).
Front pegboard
5.
M4X12 cross
panhead screw
(14 screws)
Strip of power
supply box (one
piece for each left
and right side)
Back pegboard
Remove the decorative cover of the base.
Unscrew 4 screws (M3 X 8 cross panhead screw) on cast-aluminum base. Remove the
decorative cover upwards.
8-44 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
M3X8 cross panhead screw
(4 screws)
8.3.9
Remove the decorative cover
towards arrow’s direction
Installation of probe holder
1. Two hooks of probe holder are inserted into holder bracket diagonally.
2. Press the probe holder inward as well as downward at the same time.
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-45
3. Stuff two screws behind the holder bracket (cross panhead screw M3X6)
Fasten two cross panhead screws M3X6
8-46 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
8.3.10 Disassembly of the probe holder
Disassemble the probe holder and three screws (M4X12 Philips pan headed screws) connected
with the base of control panel, then remove the probe holder and holder bracket as a whole.
NOTE: Don’t remove those two screws (cross panhead screw M3X6) of probe holder and holder
bracket.
Unscrew M4X12 Philips Pan
headed screws (3pcs)
8.3.11 Disassembly of intracavity probe holder
1. Disassemble intracavity probe holder
Pull out the intracavity probe holder as the arrow’s direction.
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-47
Intracavity probe holder
2. Disassemble intracavity probe holder bracket
Unscrew two screws (cross panhead screw M3X12)
Intracavity probe holder
bracket
cross panhead screw
M3X12(2pcs)
3. Disassemble padding block
Unscrew two screws (cross panhead screw M3X12)
8-48 Structure and Assembly/Disassembly
Padding block
Cross panhead screw
M3X12(2pcs)
Structure and Assembly/Disassembly 8-49
9
Installation of Option
9.1
Installation of Optional Devices to Software
Modules
 Install
1.
Copy optional key file to USB flash disk and plug USB flash disk to the port.
2.
Open [Setup] menu. Click [Maintenance]-[Option]. Select the software package to be
installed from the list.
3.
Click [Install]. Select key file from the dialog box, and then click [OK].
4.
The optional assembly becomes “Installed” after the key file is installed. The corresponding
function is activated after return from preset.
5.
Option trial: select the corresponding software package, and then lick [Trial].
Note: for each component, you can activate trial version only once. The trial lasts 180 days for
each key.
Installation of Option Modules 9-1
Note:
1.
The optional assembly is limited to single key. If the module is installed or
there are 2 or more than 2 groups of the modules are selected, the installation
button appears dimmed and disabled.
2.
After all modules are installed, please go to the previous interface to confirm.
 Promote
1.
Click [Promote]. The following image appears:
Note: the promotion function is only applied to the uninstalled key. If the optional key is installed,
the promotion function is disabled.
2.
3.
Select the key to be promoted.
Click [OK] to complete the promotion.
9-2 Installation of Option Modules
Note: it is unavailable to use promotion for multiple optional keys. For the optional key which is
promoted, it can also be installed. The installation to promotion key is same with these in Chapter
9.1 Install above.
 Uninstall
1. Select the software package to be uninstalled from option list.
2.
Click [Uninstall] and it pops up the [Confirm] dialogue box. Click [OK];
3.
Return to the system preset interface. The optional devices status changes into "installed".
Note:
9.2
The removal function is exclusive to internal users. The service engineers must
log in the system with the account of “Service”, and then perform the installation.
Installation of the Accessory Kits and
Optional Devices to Hardware
Hardware configuration list the system supports is displayed as shown below:
No.
Material No.
Descriptions
1
115-020354-01
Audio/Video extend module
2
115-023076-00
Probe extend module
Material and pictures
Installation
Reference
/
9.2.3
9.2.2
Installation of Option Modules 9-3
9.2.1
Storage Tray
Remove the storage tray downwards. Take out the tray.
Remove the storage tray downwards. Take out the tray
9.2.2
1.
Probe Extender Assembly
Unscrew 4 screws (M4 X 12 cross panhead screw) on the pegboard of probe extender
assembly.
M4X12 cross panhead screw
(4 screws)
Pegboard
Figure 9-1
2.
Install the probe extender assembly towards arrow’s direction.
9-4 Installation of Option Modules
Install the assembly towards arrow’s direction
Figure 9-2
3.
Screw 2 screws (M4 X 12 cross panhead screw) on the back of probe extender assembly.
M4 X 12 cross panhead screw (2
screws; one screw for each left and
right side)
Figure 9-3
9.2.3
Audio/Video Extender Assembly
Push the metal clip on the left side to the bottom. Take put the audio/video extender assembly
rightwards.
Installation of Option Modules 9-5
Metal clip
9.2.4
Audio/video extender assembly
Trolley Installation
The service staff installs the trolley according to the following steps after receiving the package:
1.
Open the package. See Chapter 3.2.1.1 for details.
2.
Install the holders on right and left sides.
As shown in the following figure a) and b), place the probe holder into the holes of the left and
right plate of the trolley. The probe holders that are installed are shown in figure c.
9-6 Installation of Option Modules
Holder on left side
Holder on right side
b)
a)
c)
Figure 9-4 Installation for holders on right and left sides
3.
Install cable hook
As shown in figure 1, aim the installation axis’s rabbet of probe hook assembly at the screw of
fixing base, and then insert the probe hook assembly to the fixing base. Rotate the assembly
anticlockwise to fix it (see figure b).The probe holders that are installed are shown in figure c.
Installation of Option Modules 9-7
Rotate probe hook assembly
anticlockwise
Probe hook assembly
Screw
a)
Fixing
base
b)
d)
Figure 9-5 -Installing probe hook assemblyInstall storage tray.
Install the option modules if there are relevant modules for options: probe extend module,
audio/video extend module. See Chapter 9.2.2 and Chapter 9.2.3 for details.
9-8 Installation of Option Modules
10 System Diagnosis and
Support
10.1 General Status Indicator
10.1.1 Indicators of Control Panel
Status indicators
Power-on
indicator
status
Icon
Status definition and indicators
Off: System turned off;
When pressing the key, the indicator blinks green first and
then blinks orange;
After powering on, the indicator is green.
Battery
indicator
status
1 It illuminates in orange color when batteries are charging;
2 It illuminates in green color when batteries are charged to
full capacity;
3 The battery discharges with more than 20% electricity,
and the indicator is green.
4 The battery discharges with less than 20% electricity, and
the indicator blinks orange.
5 The battery discharges with less than 5% electricity, and
the indicator blinks orange quickly.
6 When the battery is in non-charge/discharge status, the
indicator is not on.
The indicator is green at AC supply.
AC indicator
The indicator is off when batteries supplied.
Standby
indicator
status
Hard disk indicator
The standby indicator blinks orange.
Other status: light off
The indicator light flashes in green when the hard disk is
reading or writing.
The indicator is off automatically in other situations.
System Diagnosis and Support 10-1
10.1.2 Status of Whole Machine
Status
of
whole
machi
ne
Status definition and
indicators
Scan
status
In power status, the
indicator is green; in Freeze
status, the indicator is white
or off.
Enter or exit the scan status via [Freeze] key
Froze
n
status
In power status, the
indicator is green; in Freeze
status, the indicator is
orange.
Enter or exit the frozen status via [Freeze] key
The standby indicator blinks
orange.
1 short press the power
button, then, the system
enters into the standby
status by choosing from the
status popped on the screen.
2 If there is no operation for
a period of time, the system
would enter into the standby
status automatically.
Stand
by
status
To enter the Patient Info
interface
The brightness of the
monitor keeps the same;
Scree
n-save
r
status
Power
-off
status
The logo “mindray” moves
around the screen.
the indicator of the control
panel is off.
The system is frozen.
Ultrasound imaging hardware
system is in the dormancy
mode.
The system is on the
power-off status (AC power
is plugged in), and only the
AC indicator is on. See
battery indicator's
description for battery
indicator status.
10-2 System Diagnosis and Support
There is no operation for the
time set firstly, and then the
system would enter into the
screen-saver status from the
frozen status automatically.
Press the power button for a
short time, and then the
system is turned off by
choosing from the status
popped on the screen
To exit the Patient Info
interface
The system restores to the
frozen status after
restarting by pressing the
power button for a short
time.
When you press any keys
on the control panel, the
system would return to the
frozen status, the
brightness and the
backlight of the control
panel restore to the
previous status.
Start the system by
pressing the power button
for a short time
10.2 Get Whole Machine Started
Power-on to the
machine
Press power button on
control panel
Temporary black screen
Power-on indicator is
on
Power-on completes. BIOS
starts.
BIOS start-up
graphics appears
Windows operating system
starts
Windows start-up
graphics appears
1.Backlight of control
panel is on.
2.Power status indicators
of IO back board are on.
3.The fan starts running.
Windows logging
graphics appears
Hard disk indicator
blinks
Doppler starts
Temporary black screen.
Doppler start-up graphics
appears (including progress
bar)
Some mode buttons become
orange (B mode button)
User interface
System Diagnosis and Support 10-3
10.2.1 Power-on Process of Whole Machine Supplied by
AC
Basic operations
Phenomenon
Plug the power supply into line
voltage
Power indicator of minor control panel is on; battery indicator is
on (battery); hard disk indicator and standby indicator are off.
Power button on the main
control panel
Power-on indicator of main control panel blinks in green, and then
is green.
Power-on is completed.
1: The control panel backlight lights on.
2: The fan starts to run.
After finishing hard disk
initialization and logic
configuring, PC enters into
BIOS stage.
The monitor appears in black screen for about 1 second.
10.2.2 The Start-up Process of BIOS
Basic Procedures
Basic phenomenon
Self-test after the system
power-on
The LCD is in blank screen and the speed is fast during the stage.
Initialization process & record
system settings & provide the
resident program library
Display BIOS start-up display
Load the operation system
Display BIOS interface when loading. After completing the
loading, the black screen appears. Then, WINDOWS interface
appears.
10.2.3 Windows Start-up
Basic Procedures
Basic phenomenon
Guiding the course of program
loading
The monitor appears in black screen now, and the time of the
course is short.
The course of testing and hard
disk configuration
The monitor appears in black screen now, and the time of the
course is short.
The course of the internal core
loading
The logo “mindray” appears.
The course of logging on
Same as the above
Starting DOPPLER
The company logo appears, and simultaneously progress bar
displays the related information.
10-4 System Diagnosis and Support
10.2.4 The Start-up of Doppler
10.2.4.1 Procedure of Startup
Windows app
initialization
Initialize
hardware
Peripherals owned by
PC; initialization.
Initialize PC
software
Initialize ultrasound
hardware
Initialize
ultrasound
software
Initialization to
ultrasound software
Start-up, operations and
applications related to
ultrasound software are
performed on this step.
Initialization ends
System Diagnosis and Support 10-5
10.2.4.2 Details of Procedures
Step
Procedures
Increment
Description
Possible
reason for
starting
stagnation
Window start-up
appmon starts Doppler
Attach the path to configuration files
Set Windows attributes
Initialize display device, main interface, vocal,
USB device representative
Start bus device Backbone Dev and LPC
No tips
Initialize the time and multi-language
functions.
Initialize the external file system, network and
drive
Enumerate peripheral ports
Configure timer, initialize soft interrupt,
construct maintenance server, configure
system static data
In
increments
of 7.
Start-up
configurati
on, XP
system
Configure system font
Load layout information
Initialize UI manager and UI icon library
Initializing
hardware
Load boot-trap graphics, display progress
bar;
release package of configuration data;
maintain data server
Loading
system
preset
Generate the server of local preset and
system preset
In
increment
of 1.
Loading
common
exam
preset
Generate general data management of the
exam mode
In
increment
of 1.
Loading
exam
preset
Generate measure preset, peripheral and
network, KMP package of images and the
preset server of the network storage
In
increments
of 4.
Initializing
locale
Set area information, language, Font library,
input method
create control factory
Config GUI layer
Set menu item
Initialize function library
Create UICenter
In
increment
of 1.
Configure
hard disk
data
/
Initializing
gui
Configure application layer
Keyboard initialization
Configure user’s access and remote desktop
management
In
increment
of 1.
Be careful
of the
keyboard
/
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Boot-trap
graphics
/
Configure
preset data
Step
Procedures
Increment
Description
Initializing
ultrasoun
d
peripheral
Configure file dialog box
Initialize print library
Battery monitoring, PHV monitoring
Load print task icon
Configure low consumption
Configure USB manager and burn manager
Initialize video review device
In
increment
of 1.
Configure
the
external.
Be careful
of the
battery.
Initializing
ultrasoun
d image
Create ECG receiving thread
Set virtual machine; initialize virtual machine
Create front-back object tree (ultrasys, etc)
In
increments
of 2.
Pod data
Initializing
ultrasoun
d
applicatio
n
Add function package of measurement menu
Register application interface for the patient
to be measured
In
increment
of 1.
Initializati
on
completed
Configure the architecture of patient
information management (UPatientApp)
In
increment
of 1
/
Enter Doppler interface
In
increment
of 1
Patient
information
library
Possible
reason for
starting
stagnation
/
/
Doppler
interface
/
10.3 Alarming and Abnormal Information
The system has also alarming function, when the machine fails, it would pop up the alarming
dialogue box, and simultaneously generate LOG file saved in the system log, which is saved in D
disk: \M9\Log.
Description:
The asterisk “***” represents the time in LOG record. The format is:
2011-6-12 14:15:15
10.3.1 Power Error
Alarming tips
LOG record
Suggestion
“Warning! Battery operation error! The
battery may be damaged”
*** “Battery hot unplug during
operation.”
Avoid hot swapping of
battery.
*** “Left/Right Battery I2C
error”
The battery error
occurs when the
power is supplied by
AC. Check the battery
connection or replace
the battery.
***“Left/Right Battery I2C
The battery error
“Battery communication error! Battery
may not be used or battery capacity may
not be displayed correctly”
“Battery communication error, Please
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connect AC power supply, or Power-off”"
System will Power-off in 60s "
“Battery over-temperature, Please
connect AC power supply, or Power-off”"
System will Power-off in 60s "
error, Battery supply”
occurs when the
power is supplied by
AC. Check the battery
connection or replace
the battery.
*** “Left/Right Battery
over-temperature, Current
left/right
temperature:?℃,Battery
Manufacture Access value:
left:0x????,right: 0x????"
Use the adaptor to
supply the power or
shut down the device
to make the battery
cooler.
***“Left/Right Battery error!
Battery Manufacture Access
value: left:0x????,right:
0x????”
Right or left battery is
damaged or protected.
It can be recognized
via Manufacture
Access value. If it is
under protection, it
would restore after a
time period. If it is
damaged, it needs to
replace the battery.
*** “Battery cycle is more than
300, Current cycle: left:??,
right:??”
The usage time of
batteries is too long. It
is recommended to
replace the battery.
“Battery error! Battery cannot be used!”
N/A
The battery status is displayed in “Preset”-“System Information”. See the table below.
Battery status
“GOOD”
Condition
No damage to the battery or the
protection recoverable.
Description
The battery status is good, and can
be used normally.
The fully charged battery capacity
(FCC) is larger than 40% of rated
voltage.
“WEAK”
No damage to the battery or the
protection recoverable.
The fully charged battery capacity
(FCC) is less than 40% of rated
voltage.
Discharge or charge the battery fully.
Restore some of the battery
capacity.
Cycling times of the battery< 300
“RELACED”
No damage to the battery or the
protection recoverable.
The fully charged battery capacity
(FCC) is less than 40% of rated
voltage.
Cycling times of the battery > 300
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Battery capacity goes down after
long-time use. It affects the battery
performance and endurance time.
Replace the battery as necessary.
“INVALID”
“PROTECTED”
Unrecoverable destructive protection of
battery
Permanent damage to the battery.
Remind the user of replacing the
battery.
Recoverable protection of the battery
The recoverable protection occurs to
the battery. The battery recovers
after a time period. Contact the
service engineer for any questions.
10.3.2 Abnormal Voltage of System Power
Alarming tips
LOG record
Suggestion
The real-time
battery will be out
of power, please
replacing it.
*** System Monitor: Power supply alert! [XXX], Current
voltage: [VVV] V, Limit voltage:[LLL]~[HHH]V
*** System Monitor: Power supply alert! [XXX], Current
voltage: [VVV] V, Limit voltage:[LLL]~[HHH]V
N/A
[XXX] represents voltage name, [VVV] represents the
current value, and [LLL]-[HHH] represents the upper
and lower limits. The voltage names respectively are:
P2V5、N11V7、P3V3、P5V、 P1V2、P1V8
、AP5V6、AP3V6、P12V、P1V5、 AP2V、AP2V8、
P1V、P1V35
Replace button
battery
If a certain segment
of the circuit is
abnormal, or goes
higher or lower, it
should replace
main board.
10.3.3 Abnormal Temperature
Alarming tips
“Temperature
Alert”
“Temperature
Alert"
The software
starts the
shut-down
after the alert
appears.
LOG record
*** System
Monitor:
Temperature
Alert! [XXX],
Current
temperature:
[VVV] ℃, Limit
temperature:
[LLL]-[HHH] ℃。
[XXX] represents
voltage name,
[VVV] represents
the current value,
and [LLL]-[HHH]
represents the
upper and lower
limits. The
temperature
names
respectively are:
FPGA, CPU
Suggestion
Temperature
name
Turn the device off if the
software is over-heated.
Restart the device
Check fan log record D:
\M9\Log \
M9_Log.20XX-XX-XX.xml
20XX-XX-XX represents
LOG’s date.
Fan works well or
not/check cooling
conditions.
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thermal sensor
Hot spot name
DSP F GA
FPGA
PC module
CPU
thermal
sensor
10.3.4 Fan Error
Alarming tips
LOG record
Suggestion
*** System Monitor: Fan alert![XXX], Current speed :
[VVV] rpm, Limit speed: [LLL] rpm
The number of the fan is shown below (from left to right):
“Ventilator
requires
maintenance,
please contact
the service!”
Fan 1
Fan 2
Fan 3
Fan 4
Fan 5
Fan 6
Replace the
fan/re-connect the
circuit/clear off fan
blocking.
10.3.5 PHV Error
Alarming
tips
Alarm!
High-voltage
transmission
is abnormal,
and images
display
normally!
LOG record
*** HARDWARE_WAR(0xB1).PHV hardware protection,
HV_PRN_N (+-100V)
*** HARDWARE_WAR(0xB1).PHV hardware protection,
PHV_OVP_N (OverVoltage Protection)
*** HARDWARE_WAR(0xB1).PHV hardware protection,
PHV_OCP_N (OverCurrent Protection)
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Suggestion
Cut off the power supply
after shutting down the
device. Check the
restoration of the
system. Otherwise, it is
necessary to replace
PHV power supply board
of the front end.
*** [CCC]([HH]).[XXX] supply voltage error. [XXX] volt is
[PPP] V (upper limit is [LLL]V).
in which [CCC] refers to the frame name of current
alarming protocol and [HH] refers to frame header.
[XXX] refers to the name of high voltage, such as: PHV-1P,
PHV-1N, PHV-2P, PHV-2N, CW-P and CW-N.
[PPP] refers to absolute value of current voltage.
[LLL] refers to upper limit of preset voltage.
*** [CCC]([HH]).[XXX] supply voltage error. Current volt is
[PPP] V, out of range 95V~105V.
in which [CCC] refers to the frame name of current
alarming protocol and [HH] refers to frame header.
[XXX] refers to the name of high voltage, the range of
which is from +100 V to -100 V.
[PPP] refers to absolute value of current voltage.
Restart the device to
check whether the
system can work again.
Otherwise, it is
necessary to cut off the
power supply after
shutting down the
device. If the problem
still exists, replace front
power supply board.
*** PHVCURRENT_WAR(0xB2).Channel [XXX] supply
current error. Channel [XXX] current is [PPP]mA.
[XXX] refers to channel number of voltage: 0-3.
[PPP] refers to current value of current voltage channel.
*** [CCC]([HH]).PHV volt abnormal protection. {PHV-1P
volt:[PPP]V, PHV-1N volt: [PPP]V,} PHV-2P volt: [PPP]V,
PHV-2N volt: [PPP]V.
in which [CCC] refers to frame name of current alarming
protocol and [HH] refers to frame header of protocol.
[PPP] refers to absolute value of current voltage.
{..} indicates that PHV-1P and PHV-1N voltage are not
used (such as CW-Multiplex mode). It can be ignored.
*** [CCC]([HH]).CW volt abnormal protection. CW-P volt:
[PPP]V, CW-N volt: [PPP]V.
in which [CCC] refers to frame name of current alarming
protocol and [HH] refers to frame header of protocol.
[PPP] refers to absolute value of current voltage.
Cut off the power supply
after shutting down the
device. Then, restart the
device. Check the
restoration of the
system. Otherwise, it is
necessary to replace
PHV power supply
board.
10.3.6 Other Errors
Alarming tips
Fail to open the file "SystemConfiguration.ini",
and please check HDD data!
LOG record
N/A
Suggestion
Re-install the system
software.
10.4 Self-test
10.4.1 Self-test Introduction
The self-test function, adopted by M9 series products, is used to test the connection of hardware
board, running status of the device. According to the access authority and tests, there are three
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types of tests: production self-test, maintenance self-test and user self-test. This chapter
describes the maintenance self-test and user self-test in details.
10.4.2 Operation Procedure of Maintenance Self-test
Note:
Before entering system self-test, all tasks running on Doppler should be completed,
otherwise the self-test system fails to respond. It is recommended to start self-test
software to perform the test after the system is generated.
1.
Switch account, type service password and service account to log in.
2.
Select [Setup]-[Maintenance]-[Setup].
Click [Self Test] out of dialog box.
Note: If the system is in Chinese, the self-test performs Chinese system self-test.
If the system is not in Chinese, the self-test performs English system self-test.
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3.
The booting screen of system self-test appears.
Figure 10-1 Booting screen of system self-test
4.
Configure corresponding preset items on maintenance self-test interface. After finishing the
configuration, click [Start] to perform self-test. See the table below:
Button Name
Description
[Open All]
Click to unfold all items that are folded.
[Close All]
Click to fold all items that are unfolded.
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[Default]
The system performs item tests by clicking it.
[Select All]
Select all test items by clicking it.
[Select None]
Cancel the test item by clicking it.
[Continue/Stop]
One button for two operations [Continue] and [Stop]. If you click [Continue],
the test continues even though a test item fails during the test; however if
you click [Stop], the test stops once a test item fails during the test.
[Start]
Click to perform tests for checked items one by one while the button turns to
[Stop]. During the test, if you click [Stop], the test stops. After the test is
completed, the [Stop] button turns to [Start], and waits for the next test.
[Next Fail]
After completing the test, click [Next Fail]. The program searches for the
failed test item from message list, and rearrange it to the top of the test
information list. If the program reaches the bottom, it starts to search from
the top of the list again.
[Clear History]
Click to clear off the test data in Testitems and Messages and to initialize the
system structure diagram to original status.
[Loops]
It is used to perform loop test. Select the check box and type the times for
loop test in the box on the right of screen, and perform the test according to
the times typed. If the loop times are less than 0, it continues the loop test
before the user stops it or encounters the error.
[Save Report]
The dialog box to remind the user of exporting the report appears by clicking
the button. Plug the removable storage device, and select corresponding
logic drive, and then click [OK]. The test data is saved to the selected root
directory. The button is disabled if the removable storage device is not
plugged in.
[Shut Down]
Close the program, and shut down the device. The system reminds the user
of saving the test report to removable storage device when shutting down the
device.
Remarks: the test item includes parent-test item according to the board from the test area. There
are sub-test items belonging to parent test item. It can be customized according to the requirement.
If the test item is ticked ( ), this item is in the test list; otherwise, this item is not in the test list.
When a parent item is selected, all the sub items of this item are selected by default; otherwise,
when deselecting a parent item, all the sub items of this item are deselected by default.
Description:
The user can see production, maintenance and user self-test interface from the screen. The
production and maintenance self-test interfaces can be divided into five areas.
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Figure 10-2 Maintenance self-test interface
5.
Self-test status display:
When the program is running, the version and release date, M9 SelfTest Software for
Manufacture Version: xx; Release Date: YYYYMMDDXX, will be displayed on the left side of
the status bar. During the test, the software version in the status bar becomes the name of
current test. The current test progress and overall test progress are displayed on the status
bar.
Beyond that, the status bar tests the rest time in real-time.
Figure 10-3 Sketch of test status bar
6.
Monitoring information bar
Current time, CPU ocCPUation rate, CPU 1 temperature, CPU 2 temperature, CPU 3
temperature, CPU 4 temperature, DC-DC temperature, AFE temperature and DSP FPGA
junction temperature display on monitoring information bar.
If the temperature exceeds the working temperature, the temperature status in progress bar
appears in red.
7.
System dialog box
The element in the system dialog box changes as the color of test result changes in the test
process. If the test fails, the color of the element becomes red; if the test succeeds, it
becomes green. If the color of the element does not change, it indicates the test does not
proceed.
8.
Test information
The test result is displayed after the test is completed. Green PASS indicates the pass of the
sub-item. Red FAIL indicates the failure of the sub-item. If the item has not been tested, it
appears in grey Skip. If the board and the assembly are absent, it appears in grey NaN. Red
Error appears as the test item error occurs. The test result of parent test item is the aggregate
for the test result of all selected sub-test items. If there is FAIL test in the selected list, the test
result of parent test item is FAIL. As long as the test result of the selected item is PASS, the
test result of parent test item is PASS.As shown in the following figure.
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Figure 10-4 Display of test result in Testitems table
Click each test item in Testitems list. The program search for corresponding test result of test
item and displays it in details, as shown below.
Figure10-5 Display of test result in Messages table
The number to the test item appears in front of the name of test item. The number format is:
ZXXYY and all test items are started with "Z". XX represents sequence number of the first
level for item test and YY represents the second level. For example: the number of System
Voltage Test is Z0210, in which 02 is the second test item of the first level directory in Main
Board, and 10 is the tenth test item of System Voltage Test in Main board.
10.4.3 User Self-test
Start the device. Press <Setup> button. Select [Maintenance]-[Setup]-[Self Test] to perform the
operation.
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There are three divisions in user self-test interface: display area of self-test item, monitoring
information bar and status bar. The functions on monitoring information bar are same with those
on user self-test interface. The self-test area only displays the item that has been tested, but not
the test result.
Item
Description
[Start/Stop] button
Click to perform tests for checked items one by one while the button turns
to [Stop]. During the test, if you click [Stop], the test stops. After the test is
completed, the [Stop] button turns to [Start], and waits for the next test.
[Test Report Save
Location] Check box
Displays the logic drive of removable storage medium (USB flash disk,
removable hard disk, etc) connecting to the system. The check box is
disabled in test process.
If there is no removable storage medium, click the control which reminds
the user of inserting the removable storage medium.
[Save Report] button
Save the test data to the root directory of selected logic drive. The button
is disabled when the logic drive is deselected or in test process.
[Shut Down] button
Close the program, and shut down the device. The system reminds the
user of saving the test report to removable storage device when shutting
down the device.
Start the test when entering user self-test. After finishing the test, the number of test item only
displays on the screen if there is FAIL test item. For example, if System Voltage Test fails, only
does Z0210 display on the screen. It is available for user to notice that Z0210 corresponds with
test item System Voltage Test by viewing Appendix.
The dialog box of PASS appears only with all test items passing, as shown below:
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10.4.4 Test Report
10.4.4.1 Test Report
The default format of test report is HTML. The test report can be browsed via Internet Explorer.
The format is shown below:
The test item list lies on the left side of the report and is classified according to test results. Click
the test item on the left side of the report. The test data of the item displays in the report.
The test information lies on the right side and includes:
1.
Report name;
2.
The time that report generates, and software version information;
3.
Screenshot of system structure diagram;
4.
System information;
5.
Highest temperature;
6.
Test item data of FAIL test (if there is no FAIL test item, the directory does not unfold);
7.
Test item data of PASS test (if there is no PASS test item, the directory does not unfold);
8.
Test item data of Skip test (if there is no Skip test item, the directory does not unfold).
Test data format of each test item is shown below:
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In which, [Z0202] refers to the index of test item;
[Board/Module] refers to the board and the module that test item lies in;
[Test Result] refers to the result of test item;
[Information] refers to the information of test item.
10.4.4.2 Test Data Storage
Take the time as the report name, and compress it into Zip file.
The test report is saved under the directory of D:\M9\Log\SelftestReport. 20 copies of test reports
at most.

Non-loop test
The test result will be compressed into Zip file and saved under the directory of
D:\M9\Log\SelftestReport to non-loop test. One Zip file owns one report.

Loop test
Click [Save Report] after finishing the test. The loop test is compressed into a Zip file package
and saved under the directory of D:\M9\Log\SelftestReport. There are N reports in Zip file
package where the reports are put into the folder of Test Report Loop_N. The test results are
PASS and FAIL. N is the loop times of the test.
10.4.4.3 Test Data Export
1.
Plug USB flash disk or removable storage medium to the port of the device.
2.
The user chooses the logic drive of removable storage medium. Click [Save Report] on test
interface to export the test data to root directory of the drive, and name it as Test Report. The
dialog box appears after the test report is saved successfully.
3.
See Appendix C for details of test items.
Note:
It is not operational for users if there is no removable storage medium to the
computer.
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11 Care and Maintenance
11.1 Overview
The maintenance procedure in this chapter is for recommendation.
11.1.1 Tools, Measurement Devices and Consumables
Table 11-1 List for Tools and Measurement Devices
Tools/Measurement
Devices
Qty.
Remarks
Plastic and resin
container
1
Used to contain the physiological saline and two
probes available in the container.
Soft brush
1
The size is similar to that of the brush. The
material of the brush should be soft.
Small plastic bowl
1
Used to contain soap-suds
Safety testing device
1
See Appendix A for details
Inner hexagon spanner
2
Inner hexagon spanner 8 and inner hexagon
spanner 6
Table 11-2 Consumable List
Consumable
Qty.
Aluminum foil
About 1 meter long
Physiological saline
About 1000 mL
Remarks
Reach the half of the container to submerge
the probe in the saline.
(See Appendix A for details)
(Concentration 0.85% to 0.95%)
Mild soap-suds
About 400 mL
Dry soft cloth
5 pieces
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11.1.2 Routine Maintenance Items
Table 11-3 The list for maintenance items and maintenance frequency
No.
Item
Frequency
Method
1
Dust-proof cover cleaning
1 time/month
See Chapter 12.2.1
2
The monitor cleaning
1 time/month
Ditto
3
Trackball cleaning
1 time/month
Ditto
4
Control panel cleaning
1 time/month
Ditto
5
Probe cleaning (head of the probe)
Every time after
use
Ditto
6
Probe cable and connector cover
cleaning
1 time/month
Ditto
7
Holder cleaning (including probe
holder and ultrasound gel holder)
1 time/month
Ditto
8
Cover cleaning
1 time/month
Ditto
9
Peripherals cleaning
1 time/month
See Chapter 11.2.2
10
Probe appearance check
1 time/day
See Chapter 11.3.1
11
Check for power supply cable, power
supply plug and circuit breaker.
1 time/month
See Chapter 11.3.1
12
Battery check
1 time/3-6 month
See Chapter 11.3.1
13
Check for peripherals and optional
functions
1 time/year
See Chapter 11.3.3
14
Mechanical safety check
1 time/year
See Chapter 11.3.4
15
Check for electrical safety
1 time/year
See Appendix A
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11.2 Cleaning
11.2.1 System Cleaning
11.2.1.1 Flow of Cleaning
Shut down the system; unplug
power supply cable
Clean dust-proof mesh
Clean the monitor
Clean the trackball
Clean the control panel
Clean the probe
Clean the holder
Clean the cover
Fig 11-1 The View of cleaning maintenance
WARNING:
Before cleaning the system, be sure to turn off the power and
disconnect the power cord from the outlet. Otherwise electric
shock may result.
11.2.1.2 Content
1.
Dust-proof cover cleaning
Include system dust-proof mesh of main unit and dust-proof mesh of trolley.

Tool: soft brush

Method:
a)
Disassemble dust-proof cover before cleaning.
Dust-proof mesh of trolley: open the clasp of dust-proof mesh. Push the dust-proof mesh
towards the arrow to let it fall off completely form dust-proof slot. Then, take it out.
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Dust-proof mesh of main unit: take out the dust-proof mesh of the main unit.
Dust-proof mesh of main unit on the right side
CAUTION:
2.
Please clean all dust-proof covers of the system periodically (1 time per
month); otherwise, system damage may result. Cleaning times can be
increased when the system is used in the open air or somewhere dust is
more.
Clean the monitor (touch screen)

Tool: dry soft cloth, clean water and soap-suds.

Method:
Use dry clean soft cloth to clean monitor and touch screen. If there are any stains, use dry soft
cloth or mild soap-suds to clean off. Then, air dry it.
3.
Trackball cleaning
As a part of human-computer interaction, the trackball is easy to get the dust into internal module
in the usage. It is necessary to perform the routine maintenance to ensure the performance. If the
cursor does not work well, it would be possibly contaminated by dust.

Tool: tissue, dry soft cloth, mild soap-suds

Method:
a)
Disassembling the trackball:
Turn the trackball ring about 35°counterclockwise until it lifts. Take out the ring and the rotary ball
(Be careful not to drop the ball).If it fails to hold the trackball by hand, it is possible to use adhesive
tape to remove it. The disassembly procedures are shown below:
11-4 Care and Maintenance
b)
Cleaning:
Clean the two long shafts, the bearing, plastic cover and the internal area of clamping ring (see
the illustration below) with clean soft dry cloth or tissue.
c)
Restoration installation:
Put the trackball into that. The long axis of clamping ring aims at the slot of trackball’s cover. Press
the bulges of the clamping ring with fingers. Rotate the ring 35 degrees clockwise to lock it. The
ring is installed well if the position of two bulges on the ring is perpendicular to device’s panel. See
the illustrations below.
Clamping ring clasp
4.
Control Panel Cleaning
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
Tool: dry soft cloth, mild soap-suds

Method:
Use dry soft cloth to clean control panel (including keystroke, encoder, locking lever).Or use mild
soap-suds to clean off the stains, and then use dry clean soft cloth to dry it. If it is difficult to clean
the control panel, please remove the caps of the encoders, and then use mild soap-suds to clean
off.
Note:
Keyboard on the control panel should be cleaned periodically; otherwise, keys
maybe blocked by dirt and buzzer dings. Keys don’t work.
5.
Cleaning the probe

Tool: dry soft cloth, mild soap-suds

Method:
a)
Use dry soft cloth to clean off the dust on probe head, connector cover and its
cables.
b)
Use soft brush to clean off the dust on the terminal of the probe connector.
c)
If there are any stains, use the mild soap-suds to clean off the dust on the
appearance of the cables and connector cover. Then air dry it.
Note: the probe connector cannot be clean with wet cloth.
6.
Holder cleaning

Tool: dry soft cloth, soft brush, mild soap-suds

Method:
a)
Use soft dry cloth to clean off the dust on probe and gel holder and its gap; use the
soft brush to clean off the dust from gaps and probe holders of smaller intracavity
probes.
b)
If there are ant stains, remove the probe holder. Use mild soap-suds to clean off the
stains. Reinstall it after being air dried.
c)
Gel heater: unplug the cable of gel heater, and take off the heater. Use the mild
soap-suds to clean the heater. Use soft brush to clean the holes. Use soap-suds to
clean off the stains, and reinstall it after air-dry.
7.
Device cover cleaning

Tool: dry soft cloth, mild soap-suds

Method:
Use soft cloth to clean off the dust on the device cover (the part exposed).Or use mild
soap-suds to clean off the stains and air dry it.
Note: it is preferred to use soft brush to clean off the dust on the port or socket rather than
wet cloth (such as probe socket, IO board and ports on power supply board).
11-6 Care and Maintenance
11.2.2 Peripherals Cleaning
Perform the cleaning according to the reality. The test items without the configurations can be
ignored.
Table 11-4 List for peripherals cleaning
Item
Content
Process Description
1
Color/Black/White
video
Use soft dry cloth to clean off the dust and stains on the cover.
Remove the cover to clean the internal of the printer. It is necessary
to abide by the operation procedures in Operator’s Manual to clean
the printer.
printer
2
Graph/text printer
Use soft dry cloth to clean off the dust and stains on the cover.
Remove the cover to clean the internal of the printer. It is necessary
to abide by the operation procedures in Operator’s Manual to clean
the printer.
3
Footswitch
Use the dry soft cloth and soap-suds to clean off the dust and stains
on footswitch and the cables.
4
Barcode reader
Use dry soft cloth to glass board of the scanner, and the clean off
the dust o the cables and the bracket. Please abide by the operation
manual on the scanner to perform the cleaning.
11.3 Check
11.3.1 General Check
Table 11-5 The list for general check
No.
Content
Method
Visual estimation, check whether there are any cracks and distention to
probe head.
1
Probe
Visual estimation, check whether there is aging or peeling;
Visual estimation, check whether there is bending, damage or missed stitch
to the probe’s connector.
2
Power
supply
cable and
socket
Visual estimation, check whether there are creases, cracks or aging to the
power supply cable;
Manual operation, check whether the plug of the power supply is fixed
enough. No loose or crack occurs to it. The retaining clamp of power supply
cable works well.
Checking battery performance routine:
3
Battery
Charge the battery when the device is powered on: if the battery capacity
reaches 100% or the battery continues to be charged, it indicates the battery
works well. If the battery capacity is less than 90%, the time to increase 1%
of battery capacity is less than 5 minutes. If the battery capacity is more than
90%, it need more to time to charge the battery.
In stand-by status, the standby indicator shows the status of the battery.
Care and Maintenance 11-7
11.3.2 System Function Check
The system function checking is not required during Preventive Maintenance. Engineer or
Customer may use it as part of their product Quality Assurance Program tests.
Table 11-6 System function list
No.
Content
Method
1
B mode
Verify the basic operation in B mode. Check the basic software and
hardware assembly affecting B-mode operation.
2
Color mode
Check the basic operation in Color mode. Check the basic software
and hardware assembly affecting Color mode operation.
3
Doppler mode
(PW/CW)
Verify basic operation in Doppler mode. Check the basic software
and hardware assembly affecting Doppler mode operation.
4
M mode
Check the basic operation in M mode. Check the basic software
and hardware assembly affecting M-mode operation.
5
Measurement (General
measurement, optional
application
measurement for 2D,
M, Doppler)
Gray scale scanning on the body mark mode verifies distance and
the accuracy of calculation using the test assembly and checks test
precision along with performance test.
6
Keyboard test
Starting the keyboard test is used to check if all control keys are
normal.
7
LCD
Please refer to LCD checking methods to check LCD display and
parameters adjustments are normal.
8
Software menu testing
Testing software menu display is to see if they works normally after
entering interfaces and menus
See Chapter 5.4~5.5
11.3.3 Check for Peripherals and Optional Functions
If there is no relevant module or option in the system configuration, the relevant check can be
ignored.
Table 11-7 Peripheral and option checking list
Item
1
Content
Color/Black/White video
printer
Method
Check whether the output of video printer works well.
2
Graph/text printer
Check whether the output of graph/text printer works well.
3
Footswitch
Check whether the footswitch works as the system configures.
4
DVD-R/W
Check whether DVD-R/W works well (burning, read/write and
openness).
5
Barcode reader
Check whether the reader works well and whether the output is
correct.
6
DICOM
Check whether DICOM works well, and verify if sending images
to DICOM server by shortcut key is normal.
11-8 Care and Maintenance
Item
Content
Method
7
ECG module
Check user’s basic operation. Verify the implementation of
ECG module.
See Chapter 5.3
11.3.4 Mechanical Safety Inspection
Mechanical safety inspection is mainly used to check mechanical strength and mechanical
function of the key assembly of ultrasonic system. The mode of test evaluation mainly is: Perform
the evaluation by means of visual check and operating check, if the check result cannot pass, the
system is in abnormal status now. Stop using the system and adopt proper measures. The test
flow is as following:
Check casters of cart
(optional)
Check the connection of cart
casters
Check the handle of cart
(optional)
Check the supporting part of
cart
Check enclosure of main unit
Check handle of main unit
Check control panel And
turning mechanism
Check other mechanics
Fig Mechanical Safety Inspection Flow
The table of Mechanical Safety Check:
Care and Maintenance 11-9
NO.
Item
1.
Casters of cart
Method
a)
Visually check to confirm there is no any crack.
b)
Operate the casters to confirm the locking and
releasing functions are normal.
a)
Visually check to confirm that there is no
skewness and the connecting screws are free of
breakage or falling off.
b)
Check with the spanner to make sure that there is
no looseness between the caster and the base
connection screw.
a)
Check by sight if the handle has cracks.
b)
Use a wrench to check if the handle is loose.
Tool
none
Inner
hexagon
wrench 6
2.
Connection of
cart casters
3.
Handle of cart
4.
Cart supporting
parts
a)
Use hands to check if the supporting parts are
loose.
none
5.
Enclosure of main
unit
b)
Check by sight if there is any crack.
none
a)
Visually check to confirm there is no any crack.
none
b)
Rock the handle gently and then lift the
ultrasound machine to confirm that the handle is
free of looseness and it can accept normal force.
6.
Handle
7.
Control panel and
turning
mechanism
8.
Other mechanical
structures
Open and close the control panel to see if it is free of
looseness or separated from the main unit.
none
Check to confirm that there is no looseness to other
mechanical parts, no crack to cover and no
conductive parts show in sight.
none
11-10 Care and Maintenance
12 Troubleshooting of Regular
Malfunctions
12.1 Troubleshooting as the System is
Disabled to Power On
12.1.1 Related Modules or Boards
No.
Descriptions
Remarks
1
Power supply adapter
/
2
Battery assembly
/
3
Main board
/
4
CPU assembly
/
12.1.2 Key Points Supporting Troubleshooting
No.
Key points supporting troubleshooting
1
Power-on status indicator
2
AC indicator
Remarks
Backlight of the power button
Located on control panel
12.1.3 Troubleshooting as the System is Disabled to Power
On
No.
Fault Description
1
System power supply adaptor 1 No AC input
AC power indicator remains
off;
The system starts to work, but
it turns out that the battery
supplies the power for the
system.
Cause Analysis
2 Error from power supply
adaptor
Solution
1 Re-check the
connection of AC
2 Replace the power
supply adaptor
Troubleshooting of Regular Malfunctions 12-1
2
AC indicator: on;
Power on/off indicator: the
indicator is off or blinks after
pressing the button.
3
AC indicator: on;
Power on/off indicator: blinks
after pressing the power
button;
4
When connecting to the
power supply adaptor, the
system works well. If not
connecting to the power
supply adaptor, the system
does not work only with the
supply of the battery.
Error from main board of power
supply;
Replace the main
board.
Main board of power supply
Replace CPU module
responds to the power on/off, but
CPU module does not respond to
the power on/off module. The
possibility for CPU module error
is comparatively higher.
1 Low battery capacity
1 Charge the battery
module;
2 Battery module error
2 Replace the battery
module
12.2 The System Cannot Perform
Troubleshooting
12.2.1 Related Modules or Boards
No.
Descriptions
Remarks
1
Main board
/
2
CPU assembly
/
3
SSD
/
12.2.2 Key Points Supporting Troubleshooting
No.
Key points supporting troubleshooting
Remarks
1
Character and progress status during the starting of the system
/
2
Alarm and prompts during the starting of the system
/
3
Backlight status during power on the control panel
/
4
Display mode of the LCD
/
12-2 Troubleshooting of Regular Malfunctions
12.2.3 The System Cannot Perform Troubleshooting
No.
Fault Description
Cause Analysis
Solution
1
The backlight on the control
panel appears normal. The
monitor is in black screen.
There is no display when
connecting to peripherals via
HDMI.
System powers on normally,
Replace CPU module
enters BIOS self-checking but
BIOS screen does not display.
CPU module failure.
2
BIOS start-up graphics is
normally displayed, but it
cannot be kept on
CPU module error
Replace CPU module
3
“OPERATING SYSTEM NOT
FOUND” appears.
Loading operation fails. SSD
and root directory of SSD in
operation system are
damaged.
Restore the operating
system. If fails, replace SSD.
4
BIOS start-up graphics
appears, and then in black
screen.
Unavailable to load the
system. The system directory
of SSD may be damaged.
Restore the operating
system. If fails, replace SSD.
5
System Doppler start-up
graphics displays but cannot
be kept on.
Fails to load Doppler
software. SSD or system
software of SSD may be
damaged.
Restore the operating
system. If fails, replace SSD.
12.3 Image Troubleshooting
12.3.1 Related Modules or Boards
No.
Descriptions
Remarks
1
PHV power supply board
/
2
TP64 board
/
3
Main board
/
12.3.2 Key Points Supporting Troubleshooting
No.
Key points supporting troubleshooting
Remarks
1
Image feature, including dark strips and noise
/
2
The imaging features of various probes
/
Troubleshooting of Regular Malfunctions 12-3
12.3.3 Image Troubleshooting
No. Fault Description
Cause Analysis
Solution
1
No echo to
PHV power supply board error
ultrasound image.
The probe can
recognize but without
the echo.
Replace PHV power supply
board
2
Dark strips appear on Probe malfunction, e.g., array
B image
damage, etc.
Replace the probe;
Replace the probe to eliminate the
error.
If dark strips appear in the near field
and distribute regularly,
Replace TR64 or main board;
transmission channels cannot
generate transmission waveforms;
If dark strips appear in the far field
and distribute regularly,
Replace TR64 or main board;
Receiving channel error. Some
channels do not receive or produce
echo signal.
3
Noise appears in B
image
Probe malfunction. Replace with
different probes to check the
problem.
Replace the probe;
Other electrical equipment in the
Confirm the cause of failure by
voltage is working, so that the probe turning off electrical equipment
may be interfered on the floor;
of all peripherals connected to
Displays ripple-shaped interference the system
signal on the image
12.4 Troubleshooting Control Panel
12.4.1 Related Modules or Boards
No.
Descriptions
Remarks
1
Control panel assembly
/
2
2116 keyboard
/
3
TGC Board
/
4
Trackball
/
5
Silicon keystroke of keyboard
/
12.4.2 Key Points Supporting Troubleshooting
No.
Key points supporting troubleshooting
12-4 Troubleshooting of Regular Malfunctions
Remarks
1
Backlight of control panel
To confirm if the control panel is powered on
normally;
2
Key sound of the control panel.
To confirm if the buzzer works normally
3
Response to function keys on control
panel
/
4
2116 general response to the buttons on
small keyboard
To confirm if it is digital keyboard error or control
panel assembly error.
5
Response to trackball operation
/
6
Response to the sliding potentiometer
To confirm if it is TGC board error or control
panel assembly error.
12.4.3 Troubleshooting Control Panel
No.
Fault Description
Cause Analysis
Solution
1
Buzzer alarms
Key blocked;
Check the control panel for
key block
2
Some or a certain key
fails
Control panel PCBA error or silicon Replace the control panel
button error;
assembly or replace silicon
buttons;
3
Some or a certain key
on the small keyboard
fails.
Small keyboard
Replace the small keyboard
4
Trackball failed or
abnormal
Dirt or obstacles jam in the
trackball groove
Open and clean the groove
Improper setting of trackball speed Make a proper preset
in system preset;
Degenerated trackball
performance
5
Replace the trackball
Control panel buttons
TGC board error
work well, but individual
TGC button fails.
Replace TGC board.
TGC buttons all fail
Replace control panel
Control panel error
12.5 Troubleshooting LCD Display
12.5.1 Related Modules or Boards
No.
Descriptions
Remarks
1
Display (monitor) assembly
Attached
2
Main board
3
CPU assembly
Troubleshooting of Regular Malfunctions 12-5
12.5.2 Key Points Supporting Troubleshooting
No.
Key points supporting troubleshooting
Remarks
1
Backlight of the LCD
More evident in the darkness
2
Display the status via HDMI connecting
to peripherals;
/
12.5.3 Troubleshooting Monitor
No.
Fault Description
Cause Analysis
Solution
1
The power-on of the control panel is normal.
Response to operation buttons.
LCD error
Replace the LCD.
Main board
error
Replace the main
board.
CPU assembly
error
Replace CPU
module
No display (blank screen) on the LCD;
Displays normally via HDMI connecting to
peripherals;
2
The power-on of the control panel is normal.
Response to operation buttons.
No display (blank screen) on the LCD;
Displays normally via HDMI connecting to
peripherals;
3
The power-on of the control panel is normal. No
response to operation buttons.
No display (blank screen) on the LCD;
No display appears via HDMI connecting to
peripherals;
12.6 Troubleshooting for ECG Module
12.6.1 Related Modules or Boards
No.
Descriptions
Remarks
1
ECG board
/
2
Main board
/
12.6.2 Key Points Supporting Troubleshooting
No.
Key points supporting troubleshooting
Remarks
1
Wave features of ECG signal
/
12-6 Troubleshooting of Regular Malfunctions
12.6.3 Troubleshooting for ECG Module
No.
Fault
Description
Cause Analysis
Solution
1
Fail to open
ECG related
functions
ECG board error
Replace ECG board.
2
Open the
Abnormal ECG lead or ECG module
corresponding
ECG function,
and the wave
form is
displayed as a
line or abnormal
wave shape.
Replace ECG lead or ECG
module.
Troubleshooting of Regular Malfunctions 12-7
Appendix A
Electrical Safety
Inspection
The following electrical safety tests are recommended as part of a comprehensive preventive
maintenance program. They are a proven means of detecting abnormalities that, if undetected,
could prove dangerous to either the patient or the operator. Additional tests may be required
according to local regulations.
All tests can be performed using commercially available safety analyzer test equipment. These
procedures assume the use of a 601PROXL International Safety Analyzer or equivalent safety
analyzer. Other popular testers complying with IEC 60601-1 used in Europe such as Fluke, Metron,
or Gerb may require modifications to the procedure. Follow the instructions of the analyzer
manufacturer.
The consistent use of a safety analyzer as a routine step in closing a repair or upgrade is
emphasized as a mandatory step if an approved agency status is to be maintained. The safety
analyzer also proves to be an excellent troubleshooting tool to detect abnormalities of line voltage
and grounding, as well as total current loads.
Electrical Safety Inspection A-1
ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSPECTION
1- Power Cord Plug
TEST PROCEDURE


The Power Plug
The Power Plug Pins
No broken or bent pin. No discolored pins.
The Plug Body
No physical damage to the plug body.
The Strain Relief
No physical damage to the strain relief. No
plug warmth for device in use.
The Power Plug
No loose connections.
The Power Cord
No physical damage to the cord.
deterioration to the cord.
The Power Cord
No
--For devices with detachable power cords,
inspect the connection at the device.
--For devices with non-detachable power
cords, inspect the strain relief at the device.
A-2 Electrical Safety Inspection
ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSPECTION
2- Device Enclosure And Accessories
TEST PROCEDURE

Visual Inspection
No physical damage to the enclosure and
accessories.
No physical damage to meters, switches,
connectors, etc.
The Enclosure and Accessories
No residue of fluid spillage (e.g., water,
coffee, chemicals, etc.).
No physical damage to probe head (e.g.,
crack)
No loose or missing parts (e.g., knobs, dials,
terminals, etc.).

Contextual Inspection
No unusual noises (e.g., a rattle inside the
case).
The Enclosure and Accessories
No unusual smells (e.g., burning or smoky
smells, particularly from ventilation holes).
No taped notes that may suggest device
deficiencies or operator concerns.
Electrical Safety Inspection A-3
ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSPECTION
3- Device Labeling
TEST PROCEDURE
Check the labels provided by the manufacturer or the healthcare facility is present
and legible.




Main Unit Label
Integrated Warning Labels
Slope and High Voltage Caution Label
Don’t Stress Label
A-4 Electrical Safety Inspection
NOTE: “4-protective grounding impedance” testing item is applicable for M9 portable ultrasound
system with UMT-500Plus trolley (configured with power supply), and is not applicable for
unaccompanied M9 system or M9 system with UMT-500 trolley (without power supply).
ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSPECTION
4- Protective Earth Resistance
VOERVIEW
Protective Earth Resistance is measured using the RED test lead attached to the
DUT Protective Earth terminal or Protective Earth Metal enclosure or equipotential
terminal. Select the test current by pressing SOFT KEY 3 to toggle between 1AMP,
10AMP, and 25AMP. The front panel outlet power is turned off for this test.
The following conditions apply: L1 and L2 Open.
TEST PROCEDURE

Prepare
1)
First select the test current that will be used for performing the Protective Earth
Resistance test by pressing AMPERES (SOFT KEY 3).
2)
Connect the test lead(s) between the RED input jack and the GREEN input jack.
3)
Press CAL LEADS. The 601PRO will measure the lead resistance, and if less than
0.150 Ohms, it will store the reading and subtract it from all earth resistance readings
taken at the calibrated current.
4)
If the calibration fails, the previously stored readings will be used until a passing
calibration has occurred.
 Warning
During Earth Resistance testing, the DUT must be plugged into the 601PRO front
outlet. If the DUT fails Earth Resistance, discontinue tests and label the device defective.

Perform the Test
1)
From the MAIN MENU, or with the outlet unpowered, plug the DUT into the 601PRO
Electrical Safety Inspection A-5
ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSPECTION
4- Protective Earth Resistance
front panel outlet.
2)
Attach the 601PRO RED input lead to the device’s Protective Earth terminal or an
exposed metal area.
3)
Press shortcut key 3. The Protective Earth Resistance test is displayed.
4)
Press SOFT KEY 3 to select a test current (1AMP, 10AMP, or 25AMP). The selected
test current is displayed in the upper right corner of the display.
5)
Press START TEST to start the test. The test current is applied while resistance and
current readings are taken. This takes approximately 5 seconds.
6)
Press the print data key at any time to generate a printout of the latest
measurement(s).

Note
When "Over" is displayed for Ohms, this signifies that a valid measurement was not
obtained because either an open connection was detected or that the measurement was
not within range. Readings greater than 9.999 Ohms will be displayed as Over.

Failure
Once it reaches the limitation, stop using equipment. Check the protective earth
connection between Protective Earth terminal and Protective Earth Metal enclosure and
equipotential terminal; Retest and inform the Customer Service Engineer for analysis and
disposal if still fail.
LIMITS
ALL COUNTRIES
R = 0.2Ω Maximum
A-6 Electrical Safety Inspection
ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSPECTION
5- Earth Leakage Test
OVERVIEW
Run an Earth Leakage test on the device being tested before performing any other
leakage tests.
Leakage current is measured the following ways:
♦
Earth Leakage Current, leakage current measured through DUT outlet Earth
♦
Earth Leakage Current AP-EARTH (ALL Applied Parts connected to Earth),
leakage current measured through DUT outlet Earth
There is no need to attach a test lead; the 601PRO automatically connects the
measuring device internally.
TEST PROCEDURE

Perform the Test
1)
From the MAIN MENU, or with the outlet unpowered, plug the DUT into the 601PRO
front panel outlet, and turn on the device.
Attach the device's applied parts to the 601PRO applied part terminals if applicable.
Press shortcut key 4.The Earth Leakage test appears on the display, and the test
begins immediately:
2)
3)
4)
 SOFT KEY 1 toggles the DUT outlet Polarity from Normal to Off to Reverse.
 SOFT KEY 2 toggles the DUT outlet from Earth to No Earth.
 SOFT KEY 3 toggles the DUT outlet from L2 to No L2.
 SOFT KEY 4 toggles the AP to Earth to No AP to Earth.
Press the print data key at any time to generate a printout of the latest measurement.
Figure 1
Earth leakage test
Electrical Safety Inspection A-7
ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSPECTION
5- Earth Leakage Test

Failure
Check any short-circuits of the Y capacitor on power unit. Replace a new one if any
portion defective.
Check any broken of the Power Unit. Replace a new one if any portion defective.
Inspect mains wiring for bad crimps, poor connections, or damage.
Test the wall outlet; verify it is grounded and is free of other wiring abnormalities.
Notify the user or owner to correct any deviations. As a work around, check the other
outlets to see if they could be used instead.
Change another probe to confirm if the fail is caused by console.
Inspect mains wiring for bad crimps, poor connections, or damage.
If the leakage current measurement tests fail on a new unit and if situation cannot be
corrected, submit a Safety Failure Report to document the system problem. Remove unit
from operation.
If all else fails, stop using and inform the Customer Service Engineer for analysis
and disposal.
LIMITS
IEC60601-1::
500 μA Normal Condition
1000 μA Single Fault Condition
A-8 Electrical Safety Inspection
ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSPECTION
6- Patient Leakage Current
OVERVIEW
Patient leakage currents are measured between a selected applied part and mains earth.
All measurements may have either a true RMS.
TEST PROCEDURE

Prepare
Perform a calibration from the Mains on Applied Part menu.
The following outlet conditions apply when performing this test:
Normal Polarity, Earth Open, Outlet ON
Normal Polarity, Outlet ON
Normal Polarity, L2 Open, Outlet ON
Reversed Polarity, Outlet ON
Reversed Polarity, Earth Open, Outlet ON
Reversed Polarity, L2 Open, Outlet ON
 Warning
If all of the applied parts correspond to the instrument type, the applied parts will be
tied together and one reading will be taken. If any of the applied parts differ from the
instrument type, all applied parts will be tested individually, based on the type of applied
part. This applies to Auto and Step modes only.

Perform the Test
1)
From the MAIN MENU, or with the outlet unpowered, plug the DUT into the 601PRO
front panel outlet, and turn on the device.
2)
Attach the applied parts to the 601PRO's applied part terminals.
3)
Press shortcut key 6. The Patient Leakage test is displayed, and the test begins
immediately.
4)
Press APPLIED PART (SOFT KEY 4) at any time to select the desired applied part
leakage current.
5)
Modify the configuration of the front panel outlet by pressing the appropriate SOFT
Electrical Safety Inspection A-9
ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSPECTION
6- Patient Leakage Current
KEY on the 601PRO.
6)
Press the print data key at any time to generate a printout of the latest measurement.
Figure 2

patient leakage Current
Note
1, In addition to Probes ,Patient leakage current test should be perform if ECG or
PCG parts used;
2, If the current test standard being used does not include Patient Leakage DC
readings, or the DC option is not enabled, then DC readings will not be available through
the APPLIED PART SOFT KEY selections. Refer to Chapter 8, Standards and Principles.

Failure
Check any broken of the Applied parts. Replace any defective one.
Check any broken of the ECG/PCG module if used, Replace any defective one.
Check any broken of the Power Unit. Replace a new one if any portion defective.
Inspect wiring for bad crimps, poor connections, or damage.
Test the wall outlet; verify it is grounded and is free of other wiring abnormalities.
Notify the user or owner to correct any deviations. As a work around, check the other
outlets to see if they could be used instead.
Change another probe to confirm if the fail is caused by console.
Inspect wiring for bad crimps, poor connections, or damage.
If the leakage current measurement tests fail on a new unit and if situation cannot be
corrected, submit a Safety Failure Report to document the system problem. Remove unit
from operation.
If all else fails, stop using and inform the Customer Service Engineer for analysis and
disposal.
LIMITS
A-10 Electrical Safety Inspection
ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSPECTION
6- Patient Leakage Current
All countries
For BF ECG input and transducer
100μA Normal Condition
500μA Single Fault Condition
Electrical Safety Inspection A-11
ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSPECTION
7- Mains on Applied Part Leakage
OVERVIEW
The Mains on Applied Part test applies a test voltage, which is 110% of the mains
voltage, through a limiting resistance, to selected applied part terminals. Current
measurements are then taken between the selected applied part and earth.
Measurements are taken with the test voltage (110% of mains) to applied parts in the
normal and reverse polarity conditions as indicated on the display.
The following outlet conditions apply when performing the Mains on Applied Part test.
Normal Polarity;
Reversed Polarity
TEST PROCEDURE

Prepare
To perform a calibration from the Mains on Applied Part test, press CAL (SOFT KEY 2).
1)
2)
Disconnect ALL patient leads, test leads, and DUT outlet connections.
Press CAL to begin calibration, as shown:
If the calibration fails, the previously stored readings will be used until a passing
calibration has occurred. Also, the esc/stop key has no effect during calibration.
3)
When the calibration is finished, the Mains on Applied Part test will reappear.
 Warning
1)
2)
A 2-beep-per-second signal indicates high voltage present at the applied part
terminals while a calibration is being performed.
High voltage is present at applied part terminals while measurements are being
taken.

Performance
1)
From the MAIN MENU, or with the outlet unpowered, plug the DUT into the 601
A-12 Electrical Safety Inspection
ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSPECTION
7- Mains on Applied Part Leakage
2)
3)
Attach the applied parts to the 601PRO applied part terminals.
Press shortcut key 7. The Mains on Applied Part test is displayed.
4)
Select the desired outlet configuration and applied part to test using the appropriate
SOFT KEYS:
Press START TEST (SOFT KEY 1) to begin the test.
Press the print data key to generate a printout of the latest measurement.
5)
6)
Figure 3

Mains on Applied part leakage
Note
1, In addition to Probes ,Patient leakage current test should be perform if ECG or
PCG parts used;
2, If all of the applied parts correspond to the instrument type, the applied parts will be
tied together and one reading will be taken. If any of the applied parts differ from the
instrument type, all applied parts will be tested individually, based on the type of applied
part. This applies to Auto and Step modes only.

Failure
Check any broken of the Applied part. Replace any defective one.
Check any broken of the ECG/PCG module if used, Replace any defective one.
Check any broken of the Power Unit. Replace a new one if any portion defective.
Inspect wiring for bad crimps, poor connections, or damage.
Test the wall outlet; verify it is grounded and is free of other wiring abnormalities.
Notify the user or owner to correct any deviations. As a work around, check the other
Electrical Safety Inspection A-13
ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSPECTION
7- Mains on Applied Part Leakage
outlets to see if they could be used instead.
Change another probe to confirm if the fail is caused by console.
Inspect wiring for bad crimps, poor connections, or damage.
If the leakage current measurement tests fail on a new unit and if situation cannot be
corrected, submit a Safety Failure Report to document the system problem. Remove unit
from operation.
If all else fails, stop using and inform the Customer Service Engineer for analysis and
disposal.
LIMITS
All countries:
For BF ECG input and transducer:
5000μA
A-14 Electrical Safety Inspection
ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSPECTION
8- Patient Auxiliary Current
overview
Patient Auxiliary currents are measured between any selected ECG jack and the
remaining selected ECG jacks. All measurements may have either a true RMS or a
DC-only response.
TEST PROCEDURE

Prepare
1)
From the MAIN MENU, or with the outlet unpowered, plug the DUT into the 601PRO
front panel outlet, and turn on the device.
Attach the patient leads to the 601PRO ECG jacks.
Define the Lead Types from the View Settings Option (refer to: Lead Type Definitions
in Section 5 of this chapter).
Press shortcut key 8. The Patient Auxiliary Current test is displayed, and the test
begins immediately. Display values are continuously updated until another test is
selected.
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
Press SOFT KEYS 1-4 to select leakage tests
Press APPLIED PART (SOFT KEY 4) at any time to select the desired applied part
leakage current:
Modify the configuration of the front panel outlet by pressing the appropriate SOFT
KEY on the 601PRO:
Press the print data key at any time to generate a printout of the latest measurement.
Figure 4
patient Auxiliary Current
Electrical Safety Inspection A-15
ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSPECTION
8- Patient Auxiliary Current

Note
If the current test standard being used does not include Patient Auxiliary Current DC
readings, or the DC option is not enabled, then DC readings will not be available through
the APPLIED PART SOFT KEY selections.

Failure
Check any broken of the AC cable. Replace a new one if any portion defective.
Check any broken of the enclosure. Replace any defective part.
Inspect wiring for bad crimps, poor connections, or damage.
Test the wall outlet; verify it is grounded and is free of other wiring abnormalities.
Notify the user or owner to correct any deviations. As a work around, check the other
outlets to see if they could be used instead.
Change another probe to confirm if the fail is caused by console.
Inspect wiring for bad crimps, poor connections, or damage.
If the leakage current measurement tests fail on a new unit and if situation cannot be
corrected, submit a Safety Failure Report to document the system problem. Remove unit
from operation.
If all else fails, stop using and inform the Customer Service Engineer for analysis and
disposal.
LIMITS
All countries
For BF ECG input and transducer
100μA Normal Condition
500μA Single Fault Condition
A-16 Electrical Safety Inspection
ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSPECTION FORM
(Class I equipment)
Overall assessment:
□
Scheduled inspection
Test item: 1, 2, 3
□
Unopened repair type
Test item: 1, 2, 3
□
Opened repair type, not modify the power part
including transformer or patient circuit board
Opened repair type, modify the power part including
transformer or patient circuit board
Test item: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
□
Test item: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Location:
Technician:
Equipment:
Control Number:
Manufacturer:
Model:
SN:
Measurement equipment /SN:
Date of Calibration:
Pass/Fail
INSPECTION AND TESTING
1
Power Cord Plug
2
Device Enclosure and Accessories
3
Device Labeling
4
Protective Earth Resistance
Normal condition(NC)
5
Max:
NC: 300μA(refer to
Leakage
NC: 500μA(refer to
Leakage
Current
8
____μA
Max 0.2 Ω
UL60601-1) *
Patient
7
Ω
Limit
Earth
Single Fault condition(SFC)
6
/NA
____μA
IEC60601-1) *
SFC: 1000μA
Normal condition(NC)
□BF___μA
Max:
Single Fault condition(SFC)
□BF___μA
NC:100μA, SFC: 500μA
BF applied part:
Max:
Mains on Applied Part Leakage
□BF___μA
Patient Auxiliary
Normal condition(NC)
□BF___μA
Max:
Single Fault condition(SFC)
□BF___μA
NC:100μA, SFC: 500μA
Leakage
Current
BF applied part: 5000μA
BF applied part:
Note:

4-protective grounding impedance testing is applicable for M9 + UMT-500Plus trolley and is not
applicable for unaccompanied M9 system or M9 system with UMT-500 trolley (without power
supply).

The equipment which sell to America shall comply with the requirement of UL60601-1,
others shall comply with the requirement of IEC60601-1.
Name/ Signature: ____________________Date:_____________________________
Electrical Safety Inspection A-17
Appendix B Phantom Usage
Illustration
Note: as an option, the phantom usage is not required to perform the routine maintenance. It can be
used to guarantee the quality of the test.
Note:
Best storage and working temperature for phantom: 10℃ to 35℃. The test
performance may be affected if the temperature goes beyond the range.
Lay the probe gently on the acoustic window in the use. In
case of acoustic window and TM damage, do not press
acoustic window.
Do not let the phantom fall off or bump. Do not put the
2.
phantom upside down except for the maintenance.
Targets disposal- KS107BD
WARNI
NG:
1.
Targets disposal- KS107BG
Phantom Usage Illustration B-1
Appendix C Description of
Self-test
Test
Items
C.1.1

Z0101 Hard Disk Verify Test
Top test items
N/A

Test content
Traverse all hard disk files from Doppler installation directory, compare and verify the
files with the archived hard disk data.

Analysis to test failure
If the system prompts “Failed to open the result file”, the verification file does not exist.
If the system prompts “The failed CRC: current verification value (failed file path,
correct verification value)”, the hard disk data is damaged.

Suggestion to test failure
Restore the hard disk data; replace the file from M9 directory in C local disk with the
CRC_Result.txt from the restore package.
C.1.2
Z0201 PC Module and DSP FPGA Interconnection
Test

Top test items
N/A

Test content
Test whether PCIe communication between PC module and DSP FPGA works well.

Analysis to test failure
Check whether Windows device manager recognizes Ultrasound Backbone Device. If
the drive is not installed properly, it cannot be recognized.
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
PC module and DSP FPGA has communication error if the test result is FAIL.

Suggestion to test failure
a)
Restore the device if the drive is not recognized.
b)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
c)
It is recommended to replace CPU if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.3

Z0202 DSP FPGA DDRIII Test
Top test items
PC Module and DSP FPGA Interconnection Test

Test content
Description of Self-test Test Items C-1
Perform read and write tests for entire space of four types of DDRs that DSP FPGA
plugs in. The program displays the test results of DSP buffer DDR (transmitting DSP
processing result data), SCAN buffer DDR (transmitting scan control frame), IQ buffer
DDR (transmitting IQ data) and Gather buffer DDR (collecting data).

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
The connection error between FPGA and plug-in DDR occurs if the test result is FAIL.

Suggestion to test failure
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to replace CPU if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.4
Z0203 DSP FPGA and TRA Interconnection Test
(Control Interface)

Top test items
PC Module and DSP FPGA Interconnection Test

Test content
Test whether the control bus communication between DSP FPGA and XCVER of TRA
FPGA works well via reading the register.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
The connection error between DSP FPGA and TRA FPGA occurs if the test result is
FAIL.

Suggestion to test failure
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to change CPU if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.5

Z0204 TRA AFE SPI Interface Test
Top test items
DSP FPGA and TRA Interconnection Test (Control Interface)

Test content
Test whether the SPI control bus communication between TRA FPGA and AFE works
well via reading the registering.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
TRA FPGA and AFE’s SPI bus have communication error if the test result is FAIL.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to change CPU if the test result is FAIL.
C-2 Description of Self-test Test Items
C.1.6

Z0205 TRA AFE Digital Interface Test
Top test items
TRA AFE SPI Interface Test

Test content
Enter system test mode, write the data to TRA AFE, input delay RAM, re-read the
data from delay-channel memory and make the judgment to locate the channel and
AFE clip.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
AFE clip goes wrong if the test result is FAIL.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error, which
indicates the logic error of DSP FPGA occurs. It is necessary to restore the
device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to replace CPU if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.7

Z0206 ATGC Function Test
Top test items
TRA AFE Digital Interface Test

Test content
Control a channel to transmit 2V waveform. Collect the waveform that AFE receives
as setting ATGC to max, min and medium value. Judge whether the amplitude of
waveform changes as ATGC increases according to the analysis on RMS value.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
The circuit of ATGC gain adjustment goes wrong if the test result is FAIL.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to change CPU if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.8
Z0207 TRA Transmission and Reception Function
Test

Top test items
ATGC Function Test

Test content
Test the coherence of 64 channels (from 65th channel to 128th channel) in transmitting
and receiving: one channel transmits 2V 1M PHV1 waveform each time, and
analyzes whether the waveform belongs to PHV1, and compares the signal-to-noise
ratio of the channel with others.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
Description of Self-test Test Items C-3
The waveform that the channel transmits is incorrect if the information “Open circuit
emit receive channel: XXX” appears.
The transmission of the channel affects others’ if the information “Open circuit emit
receive channel: XXX” appears.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to change CPU if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.9
Z0208 DSP FPGA and EC ARM Interconnection
Test

Top test items
PC Module and DSP FPGA Interconnection Test

Test content
Test whether UART communication between DSP FPGA and EC ARM works well.
Send the data which is written on the register to serial port EC data, and then send
the data of the register from serial port EC data to re-read it. Then, judge the
coherence of the sending data.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
UART interconnection between DSP FPGA and EC ARM goes wrong if the test fails.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to change CPU if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.10 Z0209 DSP FPGA and SM ARM Interconnection
Test

Top test items
PC Module and DSP FPGA Interconnection Test

Test content
Test whether UART communication between DSP FPGA and SM ARM works well.
Send the order through SM serial port drive, and re-read the data via the serial
port.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
UART interconnection between DSP FPGA and SM ARM goes wrong if the test fails.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to replace CPU if the test result is FAIL.
C-4 Description of Self-test Test Items
C.1.11 Z0210 System Voltage Test

Top test items
DSP FPGA and SM ARM Interconnection Test

Test content
Read the voltage values of P2V5, N11V7, P3V3, P5V, P1V2 and P1V8 via SM serial
port drive. Read the voltage values of AP5V6, AP6V6, N5V6, AP3V6, P12V, P1V5,
AP2V, AP2V8, VBAT, P1V and P1V35 via ADT7462 drive. Judge whether they meet
the requirements.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
The voltage value does not meet the requirement if the test result appears FAIL.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to replace CPU if the test result is FAIL.
c)
It is recommended to replace with new button battery if VBAT voltage is FAIL.
C.1.12 Z0211 System Temperature Test

Top test items
PC Module and DSP FPGA Interconnection Test

Test content
Read DC-DC module and AFE temperature value via ADT7462 drive and read four
CPU temperature values via bottom drive. Judge whether they meet the
requirements.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
The temperature value does not meet the requirement if the test result is FAIL.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to check the fan condition first and replace PC module or
CPU if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.13 Z0212 Fan Speed Test

Top test items
DSP FPGA and SM ARM Interconnection Test

Test content
Read rotational speed values of six monitoring fans via SM serial port drive, and
judge whether they meet the requirements. From left to right, there lie fan 0 to fan 5
respectively.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
The fan rotational speed does not meet the requirement if the test result is FAIL.
Description of Self-test Test Items C-5

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error, which
indicates the error of SM serial port occurs. It is necessary to restore the device if
Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to repair the fan, which does not meet the requirements of
rotational speed, if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.14 Z0213 Speaker Test

Top test items
N/A

Test content
Play the music by pressing the speaker from left or right side. Test whether audio clip,
amplifier circuit or speaker function works well.
The dialog box appears from either left or right side to inquire the audibility of the
speaker. If it is inaudible, click [Retry] to re-play the track of the music. If it fails after
many times play, click [No, I Can’t]. If it is audible, click [Yes, I Can].

Analysis to test failure
The audio module or the speaker does not work well if the test result is FAIL.

Suggestion to failure test
It is recommended to check the speaker and wire material first, and audio module,
and then replace CPU.
C.1.15 Z0214 WIFI Function Test

Top test items
N/A

Test content
Judge whether the wireless network adapter exists, and then search for SSID list.

Analysis to test failure
The wireless network adaptor cannot be recognized if information “There is no
wireless device” appears.
WIFI hotspot cannot be found if information “WIFI Function test FAIL” appears.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Check whether the connection of wireless network adaptor is fixed well and
wireless network adaptor is not forbidden if the information “There is no wireless
device” appears.
b)
Check whether there is WIFI hotspot if the information “WIFI Function test FAIL”
appears. If there is a hotspot, replace the wireless network adaptor.
C-6 Description of Self-test Test Items
C.1.16 Z0125 4D Overcurrent Protecting Status Test



Top test item
PC module and DSP FPGA communication test
Test content
Read 4D circuit overcurrent protecting status.
Analysis to Test Failure
“Not under overcurrent protection” prompting indicates that 4D circuit is normal.
“Under overcurrent protection” prompting indicates that 4D circuit is abnormal
with excessive current.
Suggestion to Test Failure
It is recommended to change main board if the test result is FAIL.

C.1.17 Z0216 4D Drive Circuit Test
Top test item
4D Overcurrent Protecting Status Test

Test content
Set 4 driving signals to be sine wave. AD collects signal and decide frequency
and amplitude after amplification.


Analysis to Test Failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
“XXX drive signal failure” indicates corresponding drive circuit malfunction.

Suggestion to Test Failure
a)
Restart the device to perform the self test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to change main board if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.18 Z0217 TEE Temperature Signal Test
Top test item
PC module and DSP FPGA communication test

Test content
Read TEE temperature value. If it is not 0 or FF, TEE temperature signal is normal.


Analysis to Test Failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
If test result is FAIL, then TEE temperature signal collecting link has a malfunction.

Suggestion to Test Failure
a) Restart the device to perform the self test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to change main board if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.19 Z0218 TEE Angle Signal Test


Top test item
PC module and DSP FPGA communication test
Test content
Description of Self-test Test Items C-7
Read TEE angle value. If it is not 0 or FF, TEE angle signal is normal.

Analysis to Test Failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
If test result is FAIL, then TEE angle signal collecting link has a malfunction.

Suggestion to Test Failure
a) Restart the device to perform the self test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b) It is recommended to change main board if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.20 Z0301 DSP FPGA and TRB Interconnection Test
(Control Interface)

Top test items
PC Module and DSP FPGA Interconnection Test

Test content
Test whether the XCVER control bus communication between DSP FPGA and TRB
FPGA works well via reading the registering.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
The connection error between DSP FPGA and TRB FPGA occurs if the test fails.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to replace TR64 board if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.21 Z0302 TRB AFE SPI Interface Test

Top test items
DSP FPGA and TRB Interconnection Test (Control Interface)

Test content
Test whether the SPI control bus communication between TRA FPGA and AFE
works well via reading the registering.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
TRA FPGA and AFE’s SPI have communication error if the test result is FAIL.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to replace TR64 board if the test result is FAIL.
C-8 Description of Self-test Test Items
C.1.22 Z0303 TRB AFE Digital Interface Test

Top test items
TRB AFE SPI Interface Test

Test content
Enter system test mode, write the data to TRB AFE, input delay RAM, re-read the
data from delay-channel memory and make the judgment to locate the channel and
AFE clip.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
AFE clip goes wrong if the test result is FAIL.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to replace TR64 board if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.23 Z0304 DSP FPGA and TRA&TRB Interconnection
Test (Data Interface)


Top test items
a)
DSP FPGA and TRA Interconnection Test (Control Interface)
b)
DSP FPGA and TRB Interconnection Test (Control Interface)
Test content
Test whether XCVER data bus between TRB FPGA of TR64 board and TRA FPGA
works well. Test whether XCVER data bus between TRA FPGA on the main board
and DSP FPGA works well.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
XCVER data bus on the connection of TRB FPGA-TRA FPGA-DSP FPGA goes
wrong if the test result is FAIL.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to replace TR64 board if the test result is FAIL. If the error still
exists, it is recommended to replace CPU.
C.1.24 Z0305 TRB Transmission and Reception Function
Test

Top test items
ATGC Function Test

Test content
Test the coherence of 64 channels (from 1st channel to 64th channel) in transmitting
and receiving: one channel transmits 2V 1M PHV1 waveform each time, and
Description of Self-test Test Items C-9
analyzes whether the waveform belongs to PHV1, and compares the signal-to-noise
ratio of the channel with others’.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
The waveform that the channel transmits is incorrect if the information “Open circuit
emit receive channel: XXX” appears.
The transmission of the channel affects others’ if the information “Open circuit emit
receive channel: XXX” appears.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to replace TR64 board if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.25 Z0401 DSP FPGA and PHV ARM Interconnection
Test

Top test items
PC Module and DSP FPGA Interconnection Test

Test content
Test whether UART communication between DSP FPGA and PHV ARM works well.
Send the order through PHV serial port, and re-read the data via the port.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
UART interconnection between DSP FPGA and SM ARM goes wrong if the test result
is FAIL.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to replace PHV board if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.26 Z0402 CW Mode Test

Top test items
DSP FPGA and PHV ARM Interconnection Test

Test content
Adjust the voltage of CW mode linearly, and set four voltage values. Read PHV1P
and PHV1N voltage value via PHV serial port.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
The voltage value of CW mode does not meet the requirement if the test result is
FAIL.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to replace PHV board if the test result is FAIL.
C-10 Description of Self-test Test Items
C.1.27 Z0403 PHV Mode Test

Top test items
DSP FPGA and PHV ARM Interconnection Test

Test content
Adjust PHV voltage linearly, and set five voltage values. Read PHV1P, PHV1N,
PHV2P and PHV2N voltage value via PHV serial port.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
The voltage value of PHV mode does not meet the requirement if the test result
appears FAIL.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to replace PHV board if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.28 Z0404 HV Test

Top test items
DSP FPGA and PHV ARM Interconnection Test

Test content
Read positive and negative high-voltage value via PHV serial port drive.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
The positive and negative 100 V does not meet the requirement if the test result is
FAIL.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to replace PHV board if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.29 Z0501 Light Sensor Auto Adjust Function Test

Top test items
PC Module and DSP Interconnection Test

Test content
Ensure the device be in non-dark room conditions when performing the self-test.
Otherwise, the test will fail.
Description of Self-test Test Items C-11
Put the hand over the light sensor which lies in the center of the screen for at least 5
seconds. If the screen becomes darker, it indicates it works well. Then, take the hand
off the light sensor; the screen becomes brighter in 5 seconds, it indicates it works
well. If the two operations work well, please click "Yes, I can", otherwise, click "No, I
can't". See the figure below:

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
Light sensor goes wrong if the test result is FAIL.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
Check whether the connecting material of light sensor is fixed well, and then
replace light sensor board if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.30 Z0601 Keyboard USB Interconnection Test

Top test items
N/A

Test content
Test USB communication between control panel and main unit works well via reading
internal USB disk drive.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
Control panel and main unit have communication error if the test result is FAIL.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to replace control panel if the test result is FAIL.
C-12 Description of Self-test Test Items
C.1.31 Z0602 Keyboard Key, Encoder, TGC, Trackball
Test

Top test items
Keyboard USB Interconnection Test

Test content
It mainly tests whether the buttons, encoders, TGCs, trackball, backlight LEDs and
indicating LEDs in the keyboard are normal, and reads board ID, keyboard FPGA and
version of program as well.

Test description
The keyboard testing interface is shown as follows:
As shown in the figure above, click [Start] to perform the keyboard test. The controls
on the simulation keyboard correspond with those on the real keyboard assembly.
As for the button, the button on the simulation keyboard blinks while pressing the
button on real keyboard. If the button continues blinking, it is being tested. If the color
of the button changes, it finishes the test.
As for the trackball, the cursor moves as roll the trackball on the keyboard. Meanwhile,
on the simulation keyboard blinks, which indicates that the system
the icon
receives data from the trackball and the trackball has been tested already.
on the simulation keyboard corresponds
The encoder rotation test: the icon
to the encoder on the real keyboard. When the user rotates the encoder towards one
direction, the corresponding green ball around the encoder on the simulation
keyboard will rotate to the same direction. The encoder panel turns to white when
pressing the encoder.
Encoder button test: encoder panel turns to white when pressing the encoder.
All orange controls indicate that all buttons have the corresponding orange indicators.
Description of Self-test Test Items C-13
TGC test: 8 TGC sliders on the keyboard correspond to controls on the simulation
keyboard. When sliding TGC sliders on the keyboard, the corresponding controls on
the simulation keyboard move as well.
Keyboard backlight test: when the simulation keyboard initializes, all dual-color lights
highlight in green on the keyboard. When a key is tested, the dual-color backlight
automatically becomes orange after being pressed.
After all tests for the keyboard assembly are finished, the keyboard screen is shown
below:
After finishing the tests, if functions of the keyboard assembly are normal, click
“Keyboard is OK”; otherwise, click “Keyboard is Bad”.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Replace the trackball if the trackball does not respond.
b)
Replace TGC board if TGC slider does not respond.
c)
Replace the keyboard if the keyboard does not respond.
C.1.32 Z0603 Keyboard Key and Trackball LED Test

Top test items
Keyboard USB Interconnection Test

Test content
The system automatically adjusts the color of LED (white and orange) and the
brightness of trackball. The user can identify the changes.

Test description
C-14 Description of Self-test Test Items
The following dialog box appears when performing test. The system changes the
brightness of LED (white and orange) and trackball respectively and check whether
the brightness of LED on the keyboard changes accordingly. If LED brightness of the
keyboard keeps identical as configured, click “LED and Traceball is OK” to quit the
dialog box. If not, click “LED and Traceball is Bad” to quit the dialog box.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Replace the trackball if the trackball brightness does not respond.
b)
Replace the control panel if LED brightness does not respond.
C.1.33 Z0701 LCD Monitor I2C Interconnection Test

Top test items
PC Module and DSP FPGA Interconnection Test

Test content
Read the display data from 12C bus, and judge whether it belongs to non 0 or non F,
and then parse LCD model, panel sequence number and LCD version number.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
The interconnection between DSP FPGA and LCD monitor goes wrong if the test
result is FAIL.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
Check whether the connecting material between LCD monitor and main unit is
fixed well, and then replace LCD EEPROM if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.34 Z0702 LCD Monitor Adjust Data Check Test

Top test items
LCD Monitor I2C Interconnection Test

Test content
The logic judges the progress status of the monitor and judges whether FLASH data
is consistent with the data on EEPROM via reading the register.
Description of Self-test Test Items C-15

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
FLASH data is inconsistent with that on EEPROM if the information “The data in the
FLASH and EEPROM is inconsistent” appears.
FLASH is empty if the information “There is no data in the FLASH”.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
Check whether the screen is calibrated, and then replace EEPROM or CPU
board if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.35 Z0703 LCD Monitor Brightness Control Test

Top test items
LCD Monitor I2C Interconnection Test

Test content
The dialog box appears when performing the test. The program controls the
brightness of LCD via 12C bus. The brightness goes down to the lowest, and then
goes up to the highest, then gets back to normal. If the brightness changes, click “Yes,
I Can”, otherwise click “No, I Can’t”. If the user clicks “Retry” the system will repeat
the procedure mentioned above.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
Brightness control of LCD monitor goes wrong if the test result is FAIL.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to replace CPU if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.36 Z0704 LCD Monitor Backlight Control Test

Top test items
PC Module and DSP FPGA Interconnection Test

Test content
The dialog box appears when performing the test. The program turns the backlight off
for 3 seconds, and then goes back to normal. If backlight changes, click “Yes, I Can”,
otherwise click “No, I Can’t”. If the user clicks “Retry” the system will repeat the
procedure mentioned above.
C-16 Description of Self-test Test Items

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
Backlight control of LCD monitor goes wrong if the test fails.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to replace CPU if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.37 Z0801 Left Battery I2C Interconnection Test

Top test items
DSP FPGA and SM ARM Interconnection Test

Test content
Read the left battery status when it is on the site via SM serial port, and test whether
12C bus communication between left battery and SM ARM works well.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
The left battery and SM ARM go wrong if the test result is FAIL.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to replace the left battery, and then replace CPU board if the
test result is FAIL.
C.1.38 Z0802 Right Battery I2C Interconnection Test

Top test items
DSP FPGA and SM ARM Interconnection Test

Test content
Read right battery status when it is on the site via SM serial port, and test whether
12C bus communication between right battery and SM ARM works well.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
The right battery and SM ARM go wrong if the test result is FAIL.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
Description of Self-test Test Items C-17
b)
It is recommended to replace the right battery, and then replace CPU if the test
result is FAIL.
C.1.39 Z0803 Left Battery Test

Top test items
Left Battery I2C Interconnection Test

Test content
Read the voltage, temperature, current, volume and charging times, etc, via SM serial
port.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
The left battery and SM ARM interconnection go wrong if the test result is FAIL.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to replace the left battery if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.40 Z0804 Right Battery Test

Top test items
Right Battery I2C Interconnection Test

Test content
Read the voltage, temperature, current, volume and charging times, etc from the right
battery, via SM serial port.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
The right battery and SM ARM interconnection go wrong if the test result is FAIL.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to replace the right battery if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.41 Z0901 ECG Module Information Read Test

Top test items
PC Module and DSP FPGA Interconnection Test

Test content
The program decides whether ECG is on the site, sends orders via ECG serial port,
judges the returned data, and parses Bootloader version, board ID and software
version.

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
ECG is not located or the located circuit goes wrong if the information “ECG Module
is not on the site” appears.
C-18 Description of Self-test Test Items
The communication error between ECG board and main board goes wrong if the
information “ECG Module information read test FAIL” appears.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to replace ECG board if the test result is FAIL.
C.1.42 Z0902 ECG Module Self Test

Top test items
ECG Board Information Read Test

Test content
ECG sends self-test order when it is on the site via ECG serial port and analyzes the
self-test result, and judges the status for A/D, Flash, DRAM, CPU, Watchdog, and
Voltage 33

Analysis to test failure
The drive goes wrong if the test result appears Error.
ECG board goes wrong if the test result is FAIL.

Suggestion to failure test
a)
Restart the device and perform the self-test if the test result appears Error. It is
necessary to restore the device if Error re-appears.
b)
It is recommended to replace ECG board if the test result is FAIL.
Description of Self-test Test Items C-19
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