Vectra Pro2C & 4C

Vectra Pro2C & 4C
SERVICE
MANUAL
Models:
PRO2c
(Serial Numbers- 1000 and above)
PRO4c
(Serial Numbers- 1000 and above)
ISO 9001 CERTIFIED
TABLE of CONTENTS
Vectra™ Pro
Foreword . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
5.21 Screen Contrast Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
1- Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
5.22 Zip Disk Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
1.1 Precautionary Symbol Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
5.23 Default Setup Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
1.2 Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
5.24 Conducting Tests for Channel 3 & 4 of Vectra PRO4 .25
2- Theory of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-4
5.25 Stim Board Main Power Supply Circuit Test . . . . . . . .26
2.1 Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
5.26 Stim Board MicroCurrent Circuit Test . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
2.2 Power Supply Circuits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
5.27 Stim Board High Volt Circuit Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28-29
2.3 Control Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
5.28 Stim Board Channels 1 and 3 Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
2.4 Stim Generation Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
5.29 Stim Board Channels 2 and 4 Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
2.5 Ultrasound Board and Applicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
5.30 Ultrasound Board Generator Circuit Test . . . . . . . .32-33
2.6 User Interface and Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
5.31 Ultrasound Board Amplifier Circuit Tests . . . . . . . .34-35
3- Nomenclature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
5.32 Power Distribution Board Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
4- Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-7
6- Removal & Replacement Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . .37-43
4.1 Vectra PRO Physical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
6.1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
4.2 Vectra PRO Stimulator Output Parameters . . . . . . . . . . .6
6.2 Fuse Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
4.3 Vectra PRO Ultrasound Output Parameters . . . . . . . . . .7
6.3 Top & Bottom of Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
5- Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-36
6.4 Zip Drive Removal & Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
5.1 Vectra PRO Software Error Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-9
6.5 Fan Removal & Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
5.2 Vectra PRO System Testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
6.6 Control Board Removal & Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . .40
5.3 Visual Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
6.7 Stim Board #2 (Vectra Pro4) Removal & Replacement .41
5.4 Ground Resistance Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
6.8 Stim Board #1 (Vectra Pro 2 & 4)
5.5 Leakage Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Removal & Replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
5.6 Unit Startup and Fan Testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
6.9 Ultrasound Board Removal & Replacement . . . . . . . . .43
5.7 Stimulator Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
7- Software Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44-45
5.8 VMS™ Mode Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
7.1 Vectra Pro2 and Pro4 System Software and Upgrades .44
5.9 Interferential Mode Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
7.2 Stim Board Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
5.10 Premodulated Mode Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
8- Ultrasound Applicator Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46-47
5.11 Russian Mode Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
9- Technical Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
5.12 MicroCurrent Mode Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Maintenance/Troubleshooting Test Data Sheet . . . . . . . . .49
5.13 MicroCurrent Probe Mode Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
5.14 High Volt Mode Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
5.15 “Chime” Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
5.16 Ultrasound Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
5.17 Ultrasound Applicator Identification Test . . . . . . . . . . .20
5.18 Ultrasound Applicator Output Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
5.19 Ultrasound Duty Cycle Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
5.20 Combo Operation Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
© 2001 Chattanooga Group, Inc., Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA. Any use of editorial,
pictorial or layout composition of this publication without express written consent from
Chattanooga Group, Inc. is strictly prohibited. This publication was written, illustrated
and prepared for print by Chattanooga Group, Inc.
ISO 9001 CERTIFIED
FOREWORD
Vectra™ Pro
Read, understand and follow the Safety Precautions and information contained in this manual.
This manual contains the necessary safety, and field service information for those Field Service Technicians,
approved by Chattanooga Group, Inc., to perform field service on the Vectra Pro units.
At the time of publication the information contained herein was current and up to date. However, due to
continual technological improvements and increased clinical knowledge in the field of electrotherapy, as well as
Chattanooga Group, Inc.’s policy of continual improvement, Chattanooga Group, Inc. reserves the right to
make periodic changes and improvements to their equipment and documentation without any obligation on the
part of Chattanooga Group, Inc.
It is the sole responsibility for field technicians to stay informed and trained in the latest technology utilized in
the Vectra Pro units by Chattanooga Group, Inc. From time to time, as significant improvements are
incorporated, Service Bulletins will be produced and made available on our web site (www.chattgroup.com) in
lieu of reprinting a complete manual prematurely. These Service Bulletins will provide updated service
information and technology improvements to the Vectra Pro for use by approved service technicians.
“Approved Service Technician” Definitions;
1. Level I- Those Field Service Technicians that have successfully completed the minimal training required by
Chattanooga Group, Inc. in basic service techniques.
2. Level II- Those Field Service Technicians that have successfully completed Level I Training as well as
Level II training as required to perform specific troubleshooting and repair techniques and
procedures.
3. Level III- Those Field Service Technicians that have successfully completed Levels I & II Training as well as
Level III Advanced Training as required to perform all necessary Troubleshooting and Repair
techniques. The Technician having successfully completed the three levels of training and coupled
with experience should have the ability to train other technicians in Level I and Level II Training
with the necessary Training Materials from Chattanooga Group, Inc.
4. Temporary- Chattanooga Group, Inc., at its discretion and based on known experience of the technician,
may grant a “Temporary Approval” to a field technician for particular troubleshooting and repair
of a specific unit requiring immediate attention. This “Temporary Approval” in no fashion
acknowledges the training level of a technician as defined above. This “Temporary Approval” is
utilized only in unique situations for a specific unit for a specific service technique only and is
documented as such.
Due to the complex nature of the technology utilized by Chattanooga Group, Inc., the recommended
troubleshooting techniques are to determine “Bad Board” and board replacement only. No board component
level troubleshooting is recommended nor will information or parts be supplied by Chattanooga Group, Inc. Any
board component level troubleshooting performed will be at sole risk and liability of the Service Technician
performing such troubleshooting techniques.
This equipment is to be sold and used only under the prescription and supervision of a licensed medical
practitioner.
This equipment is to be serviced only by an “Approved Service Technician”.
For Additional Service Contact:
Chattanooga Group, Inc.
Electrotherapy/Traction Support Department
Toll Free: 1-866-864-0598
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1- SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Vectra™ Pro
1.2 Safety Precautions
Read, understand and follow all safety precautions
found in this manual. Below are general safety
precautions that must be read and understood before
attempting any service techniques on these units.
Throughout this manual specific safety precautions will
be found. Read, understand and follow all safety
precautions.
1.1 Precautionary Symbol Definitions
The precautionary instructions found in this manual are
indicated by specific symbols. Understand these
symbols and their definitions before operating or
servicing this equipment. The definitions of
these symbols are as follows;
A. CAUTION
!
CAUTION
!
Text with a “CAUTION” indicator will explain
possible Safety infractions that have the potential to
cause minor to moderate injury or damage to
equipment.
• Read, understand and practice the precautionary
and operating instructions. Know the limitations
and hazards associated with using any electrical
stimulation or ultrasound device. Observe the
precautionary and operational decals placed on
the unit.
• DO NOT operate the Vectra Pro when connected
to any unit other than Chattanooga Group, Inc.
devices. Do not operate the unit in an environment
of short-wave diathermy use.
• The Ultrasound generator should be routinely
checked before each use to determine that all
controls function normally; especially that the
intensity control does properly adjust the intensity
of the ultrasonic power output in a stable manner.
Also, determine that the treatment time control
does actually terminate ultrasonic power output
when the timer reaches zero.
• Use of controls or adjustments or performance of
procedures other than those specified herein may
result in hazardous exposure to ultrasonic energy.
• DO NOT use sharp objects such as a pencil point
or ballpoint pen to operate the buttons on the
control panel as damage may result.
• Operate, transport and store this unit in
temperatures between 59 °F and 104 °F (15 °C
and 40 °C), with Relative Humidity ranging from
30%- 60%.
• Inappropriate handling of, and subjecting the
ultrasound applicator to physical abuse, may
adversely affect its characteristics.
• Inspect treatment head for cracks, which may allow
the ingress of conductive fluid before each use.
• Inspect treatment head cables and associated
connectors before each use.
B. WARNING
!
CAUTION
WARNING
Text with a “WARNING” indicator will explain
possible Safety infractions that will potentially cause
serious injury and equipment damage.
C. DANGER
! DANGER
Text with a “DANGER” indicator will explain
possible Safety infractions that are imminently
hazardous situations that would result in death or
serious injury.
D. EXPLOSION HAZARD
Do not use this equipment in the presence of
flammable anesthetics. This symbol is also
prominently displayed on the serial number plate of
the unit.
E. NOTE:
Throughout this manual “NOTE” may be found.
The Notes are helpful information to aid in the
particular area or function being described.
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2- THEORY of OPERATION
Vectra™ Pro
2.1 Overview
The Vectra series electrotherapy products are comprised of several PC board assemblies housed within a common
enclosure. These assemblies each support a distinct function in the product. The basic elements are User Interface,
Control Board, Stim Generation Board, Ultrasound Board, Ultrasound Applicator, and Power Supply Circuits.
See Figure 2.1 below.
FIGURE 2.1
2.2 Power Supply Circuits
A universal input power supply provides all parts of the system with 12 volts DC. The supply is connected to the mains
at all times when the cord is attached. The power switches on the top of the unit, switch the 12V output of the power
supply to the different components in the system by way of the Power Distribution Board. The 12V supply is regulated
locally at each PC board as required.
2.3 Control Board
The Control Board serves just as its name implies. It controls the operation of the stim boards, ultrasound boards, user
interface, and accessories. The control board communicates to the stim boards and ultrasound board through a
proprietary 8-bit parallel bus. The control board drives the display. The control board reads the touch screen or menu
buttons. The control board also reads the amplitude and contrast controls. The control board manages the ZIP drive and
infrared printer port. The control board through the power supply distribution board operates the gel warmer. Sound
output is generated by the control board and routed to an internal speaker or alternately to external speakers. The
control board reads the patient switch or manual stim switch.
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2- THEORY of OPERATION
Vectra™ Pro
2.4 Stim Generation Board
The stim board creates all muscle stimulation output. Communications to the stim board is via an 8-bit data bus
and a dual-port RAM. A processor on the stim board acts on messages passed to it by the control board to set up
waveforms and adjust output amplitude. Information can likewise be passed from the stim board back to the control
board for monitoring current, GSR mode levels, etc. If the stim board does not respond as expected to a command
from the control board, output is stopped and an error message is generated.
2.5 Ultrasound Board and Applicator
The ultrasound board generates the 1 or 3.3 MHz output to drive the ultrasound applicator. The ultrasound board
is accessed much like an I/O port by the control board. It can provide current and voltage information about the
ultrasound output of the board. The calibration data for the applicator is passed through the ultrasound board from
the applicator up to the control board. By storing the calibration data in the applicator there is no calibration
necessary for the ultrasound board and any calibrated Chattanooga Group, Inc. compatible applicator can be
attached and operated to provide accurate output.
2.6 User Interface and Accessories
The LCD or EL display panel provides the operator visible feedback in the way of menu choices. Pressing the
touchscreen or menu buttons makes selections from the menus. The control board interprets these user inputs and
responds accordingly. Audible feedback is given as well for events such as keypresses and end of treatment.
The control board accesses the ZIP drive via an IDE interface. Treatment presets can be exported and imported
using the disks, as well as giving patients pre-treatment information or the user in-service instruction. The 5 volts
necessary to operate the drive is generated on the power supply distribution board.
The infrared printer port works exclusively with the Jeteye infrared to printer interface unit. This allows printing
treatment information to any type of printer the user might have. Due to the large number of printers available,
direct printing to infrared-capable printers is not supported.
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3- NOMENCLATURE
Vectra™ Pro
3.1 Vectra PRO Physical Specifications
The nomenclature graphics below, Figure 3.1, indicates
the general locations of the exterior components of the
Vectra Pro.
1
2
3
Know the components and their functions before
performing any operation of or service to the Vectra Pro2
or Vectra Pro4 units.
4
6
7
5
8
9
10
11
12
19
13
18
17
14
16
15
FIGURE 3.1
11. Stim Channels 3&4- Connect Channels 3&4 Lead Wires**
12. Ultrasound Applicator Port- Connect Ultrasound Applicator
13. Intensity Control- Adjust treatment intensity levels
14. Contrast Control- Adjust Touch Screen Contrast
15. Zip Drive- Removable media drive
16. OFF- Turn unit OFF
17. ON- Turn unit ON
18. LED- Indicates Power ON when illuminated
19. IR Port- For use with Jeteye accessory to enable printing of
patient treatment information
1. Gel Warmer- Heats coupling gel to approximately
100 °F (37.7 °C) (On/Off only)
2. Cooling Fan- Removes excessive heat from component
case
3. External Speaker Jack- Allows connection of Optional
External Speakers
4. Patient Switch Jack- Allows connection of the Patient
Switch
5. Mains Plug- Connect Power Cord to unit
6. Touch Screen Control Panel- Set up treatment parameters
7. Applicator Storage- Stores two ultrasound applicators
8. Microcurrent Probe Port- Connect Microcurrent Probe
9. Plug- (Not Used)
10. Stim Channels 1&2- Connect Channels 1&2 Lead Wires
*Vectra PRO2 and PRO4
**Vectra PRO4 Only
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4- SPECIFICATIONS
Vectra™ Pro
4.1 Vectra PRO Physical Specifications
C. Output Types
1. Interferential (Quad-Polar)
2. Premodulated (Bi Polar)
3. Russian
4. VMS (Symmetrical Biphasic)
5. HiVolt
6. Microcurrent
7. Ultrasound
A. Dimensions
1. 16” (406.4mm) Wide
21.5” (546.1mm) Deep
8” (203.2mm) High
2. 13.0 lbs (5.9kg) Less Accessories
3. Case Material: Polycarbonate Plastic and Steel
B.Outputs
1. PRO2
Two Muscle Stimulator Outputs
One Ultrasound Output
2. PRO4
Four Muscle Stimulator Outputs
One Ultrasound Output
D. Power Input Requirements
1. 100-240VAC, 50/60 Hz, 50W
4.2 Vectra PRO Stimulator Output Parameters
PARAMETER
INTERFERENTIAL
PREMOD
RUSSIAN
VMS
VMS BURST
HiVOLT
MICROCURRENT
Carrier Freq.
5000Hz
5000Hz
2500Hz
-
-
-
0.1 - 1000Hz
Beat/Burst or
Pulse Freq.
0-200
0-200
20~-00
5-200
5-200
1-120
-
Output
Method
Pads
Pads
Pads
Pads
Pads
Pads/Probe
Pads/Probe
Sweep Time
15 Seconds
15 Seconds
-
-
-
-
-
Scan
40%
-
-
-
-
-
-
% Duty Cycle
100%
-
10%, 20%, 30%,
40%, 50%
-
-
-
-
Ramp UP/
DOWN Time
-
-
0.5-5.0 Sec.
0.5-5.0 Sec
0.5-5.0 Sec
0.5-5.0 Sec.
0-1.0 Sec
Cycle Time
Sec On/Off
-
-
5/5
10/10
10/20
4/12
10/30
10/50
Continuous
5/5
10/10
10/20
4/12
10/30
10/50
Continuous
5/5
10/10
10/20
4/12
10/30
10/50
Continuous
5/5
10/10
10/20
4/12
10/30
10/50
Continuous
-
Polarity
-
-
-
-
+/-
+/- (Alternating)
Amplitude
0-50mA RMS
0-50mA RMS
0-100mA RMS
0-200mA RMS
0-200mA Peak
0-500V Peak
0-995µA Peak
Treatment
Time
(Max Minutes)
60
60
60
60
60
99
60
Available
On Channels
Pro2 (Pro4)
1&2
(1&2, 3&4)
1,2
(1,2,3,4)
1,2
(1,2,3,4)
1,2
(1,2,3,4)
1,2
(1,2,3,4)
2
(2,4)
1
(1,3)
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4- SPECIFICATIONS
Vectra™ Pro
4.3 Vectra PRO Ultrasound Output Parameters
FREQUENCY
1.0MHz, ±5%
3.3Mhz, ±5%
ULTRASOUND OUTPUT POWER
10cm2 Crystal
0-20W @ 1.0MHz
0-10W @ 3.3MHz
5cm2 Crystal
0-10W @ 1.0MHz and 3.3MHz
2cm2 Crystal
0-4W @ 1.0MHz and 3.3MHz
TEMPORAL PEAK TO AVERAGE RATIO
2:1, ±20% , 50% Duty Cycle
5:1, ±20% , 50% Duty Cycle
BEAM NONUNIFORMITY RATIO
6.0:1 Maximum, Collimating
EFFECTIVE RADIATING AREA
10cm2 Crystal
8.5cm2, ±1.5
5cm2 Crystal
4.0cm2, ±1.0
2cm2 Crystal
1.8cm2, +0.2/-0.4
TREATMENT TIME
30 Minutes Maximum
OTHER VECTRA FEATURES
Ultrasound Head Warming
50% of maximum output until Crystal Temperature reaches approximately 100°F (37.8°C), then 10% of
maximum or Off to maintain Temperature
Ultrasound Gel Warmer
Warms coupling gel to approximately 100 °F (37.8 °C). Can be disabled by user
Removable Media Storage
Utilizes Iomega Zip Drive to allow user to view anatomical libraries.
Infrared Data Port
Allows the treatment information to be printed to any printer equipped with the Jeteye accessory.
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5- TROUBLESHOOTING
Vectra™ Pro
5.1 Vectra PRO Software Error Messages
A. The information provided below is intended to aid in
troubleshooting Software Error Messages of the
Vectra Pro Units to “Board Level” only.
No component level troubleshooting information is
or will be provided by Chattanooga Group, Inc. for
field troubleshooting of board components.
ERROR MESSAGE
DESCRIPTION
"There is not a disk in the
disk drive!"
or
"No disk is detected in the
disk drive!"
User attempted to access a
function that reads or writes to
the Zip Drive and the software
determined that there is not a
Zip disk in the drive.
B. Once a particular PCB has been determined as
bad, use the Schematics provided in this section to
isolate and confirm “Bad Board” before arbitrary
replacement of the suspected board.
PROBABLE CAUSE
1) No Zip disk in Zip drive
2) Zip disk not fully inserted
into drive.
3) Zip disk is bad.
4) Zip drive does not have
power.
5) Zip drive ribbon cable not
inserted correctly.
6) Zip drive is bad.
7) Control board is bad.
"An error occurred while
testing the printer."
or
"An error occurred while
printing the report!
Verify the JetEye"
or
"IrDA device is pointing
toward left side of
Vectra Pro unit."
"Error: Applicator address
CRC failed!"
or
"Error %d saving data to
the applicator!"
or
"Error reading the
calibration data from the
applicator!"
Software detected an error
while executing Test Printer
function from the Technicians
Utilities screen.
1) Unit is not within 3 feet
(1 meter) of the JetEye
device.
2) No direct line of site
between the unit’s infrared
window and the Jeteye
device.
3) JetEye device is not
connected correctly.
4) Printer is bad.
5) JetEye device is bad.
6) IrDA board not inserted
correctly into J5 of the
control board.
7) IrDA board is bad.
8) Control board is bad.
Some type of one wire error
1) Bad Applicator.
occurred while either reading or
writing to the ultrasound
2) Bad Ultrasound harness.
applicator.
3) Bad Ultrasound board.
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POSSIBLE REMEDY
1) Insert Zip disk into Drive
2) Eject and reinsert disk.
3) Try another disk.
4) Check power cable.
5) Make certain ribbon cable
is inserted correctly and
completely to both the
control board J18 and the
Zip drive.
6) Replace Zip drive.
7) Replace Control board.
1) Place L.H. side of Vectra
unit within 3 feet (1 meter)
of Jeteye.
2) Make certain there is a
direct line of site between
the unit and the Jeteye.
3) Check connections and
power to the Jeteye.
4) Try another printer.
5) Install a good Jeteye.
6) Make certain connections
are correct and secure.
7) Replace IrDA board.
8) Replace Control board.
1) Replace with known good
applicator.
2) Replace Ultrasound
Harness.
3) Replace Ultrasound
board.
5- TROUBLESHOOTING
Vectra™ Pro
5.1 Vectra PRO Software Error Messages (Continued)
ERROR MESSAGE
"Error: Touchscreen Driver
Unknown or Not Installed!"
"Ultrasound board not
detected. Unit is not
operational!"
DESCRIPTION
PROBABLE CAUSE
There is a problem with the
touchscreen driver.
1) Control board touchscreen 1) Replace Control board.
chip bad or parallel interface to chip bad.
On power up, the software
1) Ultrasound board is not
1) Check connection at J9 on
does not detect that the
plugged correctly into J9.
Control Board.
ultrasound board is present in
the system.
2) Ultrasound board does not 2) Check Power Distribution
have power.
Board. See Power
Distribution Board
Schematic.
"Stim board #1 not detected. On power up, the software
Unit is not operational!"
does not detect that the stim
board #1 is present in the
system.
"Vectra program is corrupt.
Unit is not operational!"
POSSIBLE REMEDY
On power up, the software
CRC check on the flash
memory failed.
9
1) Stim board is not plugged
correctly into J10.
1) Check connection at J10
on Control Board.
2) Stim board does not have
power.
2) Check Power Distribution
Board.
1) Flash memory is corrupt,
Control board is bad.
1) Replace Control Board
5- TROUBLESHOOTING
Vectra™ Pro
5. Microcurrent Probe (Vectra Accessory)
6. Patient Switch (Vectra Accessory)
7. Manual Stim Switch (Vectra Optional Accessory)
8. Ultrasound Applicators (Vectra Accessories)
9. Dielectric Withstand (Hi-Pot) and ground
resistance tester.
NOTE:
Adjust Dielectric Withstand tester to indicate fault with
120k Ohm Load across the output when at specified test
voltage.
5.2 Vectra PRO System Testing
A. General
1. The following information is intended to aid in
troubleshooting the major components of the
Vectra Pro Units to “Board Level” only. These
tests are OEM standard testing procedures and
methods used at the factory before shipment of
any Vectra Pro unit.
2. Due to the complex nature of the
technology utilized by Chattanooga Group,
Inc., the recommended troubleshooting
techniques are to determine “Bad Board”
and board replacement only. No board
component level troubleshooting is
recommended nor will information or parts
be supplied by Chattanooga Group, Inc. Any
board component level troubleshooting
performed will be at sole risk and liability of
the Service Technician performing such
troubleshooting techniques.
3. Once a particular PC Board has been determined
as bad, use the Schematics provided in this
section to isolate and confirm “Bad Board” before
arbitrary replacement of the suspected board.
4. Stimulator Board(s);
a) Stim Board #1 controls Channels 1 & 2.
b) Stim Board #2 controls Channels 3 & 4.
B. Special Tools, Fixtures & Materials Required
1. Certain tests require the use of special Tools
and/or Fixtures. These will be listed at the
particular test where they are required. Testing
with any other special tool or fixture other than
those stated could give erroneous readings or
test results. Always perform the tests exactly as
stated to ensure accurate results.
2. Any special tools or fixtures required can be
obtained through Chattanooga Group, Inc.,
Service Department.
3. Scope and other standard test equipment
settings will be listed for each test performed to
aid in performing the test to OEM standards and
ensure proper readings.
4. The troubleshooting and repair of the Vectra Pro
units, should be performed only by authorized
technicians trained and certified by Chattanooga
Group, Inc.
C. Equipment Required
1. Oscilloscope and Probes
2. 650 Ohm load for outputs
3. 10k Load for output
4. Digital Multimeter
10. Ohmic Instruments UPM DT 10 Ultrasound
Power Meter.
11. Degassed Water (<5ppm) for Ultrasound
Power Meter.
a) Recipe(s) for Degassed Water
1) Boil Distilled Water for 30 minutes. Place
water in a nonporous container and
immediately cover with cellophane.
Allow to cool to room temperature of
approximately 70°F (21°C). May be
refrigerated to aid cooling time.
2) Bring Distilled Water to a boil. Place the
container under vacuum for 5 to 10 minutes.
12. Dissolved Oxygen Test Kit. Used to test oxygen
level of degassed water.
NOTE:
Two liter softdrink bottles are ideal storage and transport
containers for degassed water as they are designed to
keep oxygen out. Do not allow aeration of degassed water
during transport or filling of the power meter.
Do not use Tap Water or Distilled water in the Ultrasound
Power Meter. Use only Degassed Water in order to obtain
correct test results. The chart below illustrates the oxygen
content of Degassed, Tap and Distilled Water.
WATER TYPE
Degassed
(per recipe 1) or 2)
Less than 5ppm
Tap Water
Up to 35ppm
Distilled Water
Up to 20ppm
13. Milliohm Meter.
10
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5.3 Visual Inspection
A. General
Visually inspect the Vectra unit. A visual inspection
can, to an experienced Technician, indicate possible
abuse of the unit and/or internal problems.
5.4 Ground Resistance Test
A. Equipment Required
1. Milliohm Meter
B. Test
1. Place unit face down on work surface.
2. Install Power Cord into unit.
3. Place one meter probe on the Ground Prong of
power cord and the other to any exposed screw
on the unit. See Figure 5.1.
C. Test Results
1. Reading less than 0.1 ohm= Unit passed Test.
2. Should unit read above 0.1 ohm, replace power
cord with a known good cord and repeat test. If
reading is still above 0.1 ohm, SEND UNIT TO
FACTORY FOR SERVICE.
5.5 Leakage Tests
Conduct all necessary leakage tests as required per
“Chapter 7 Electrical Equipment” of the 1999, or later,
edition of the NFPA (National Fire Protection Association)
“Health Care Facility” standards. See Figure 5.2.
!
POWER CORD
PLUGGED INTO UNIT
EXPOSED
SCREW
POWER CORD
GROUND PRONG
FIGURE 5.1
WARNING
UNIT FAILING DIELECTRIC WITHSTAND AND/OR
LEAKAGE TESTS COULD INDICATE SERIOUS
INTERNAL SYSTEM PROBLEMS.
DO NOT PLACE UNIT BACK INTO SERVICE! SEND
UNIT TO FACTORY FOR REPAIR! DO NOT ATTEMPT TO
REPAIR IN THE FIELD!
FIGURE 5.2
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5.6 Unit Startup and Fan Testing
A. Equipment Required
1. 650 Ohm Load for Outputs
B. Test
1. Place unit face up on work surface.
2. Install 650 ohm load into patient lead DIN
connector (Channel 1 & 2). See Figure 5.3.
3. Connect power cord to unit and plug into proper
power receptacle.
4. Turn unit on. After approximately one (1) minute
the main menu should display and the fan should
be blowing outward.
C. Test Results
1. Unit main menu displays and fan blowing
outward= Unit Passed Test.
2. Unit will not Start. Unit failed test.
a) Fuse(s) blown. Replace fuse(s).
3. Main menu does not display=Unit Failed Test
a) Possible connection failure- Check Display to
Control Board harness to ensure connection.
b) Possible Control Board Bad.
4. Fan not blowing outward= Unit Failed Test
a) Fan Blowing Inward
1) Fan wired wrong- Rewire or replace fan.
b) Fan not blowing
1) Possible Bad Fan
2) Possible Power Distribution Board Bad.
3) Possible Power Supply Bad
5. Main menu does not display and fan does not
blow outward= Unit Failed Test
a) Possible Control Board Bad.
b) Possible Power Distribution Board Bad
c) Possible Power Supply Bad
650 OHM LOAD INSTALLED
INTO CHANNELS 1 & 2
FIGURE 5.3
NOTE:
Whenever a PC Board is suspect, refer to the respective
schematic(s) and perform tests to verify and isolate a
particular pc board.
See Section 6 for removal and replacement procedures.
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5.7 Stimulator Tests
The following tests for Stimulator Outputs will be performed
on Channels 1 and 2 (Vectra Pro2 and Pro4).
The requirements to perform these same tests on Channels
3 and 4 (Vectra Pro4 only) will be explained at the end of
this section.
A. Equipment Required
1. 650 Ohm Load for Output
2. Oscilloscope and Probes
B. Unit Set Up
1. Install 650 ohm load into patient lead DIN
connector for Channels 1 & 2. See Figure 5.4.
See Figure 5.5 for Output DIN pin descriptions.
2. Install power cord into unit and plug into proper
power supply.
3. Turn unit on by pressing the green “ON” button.
5.8 VMS™ Mode Test
A. VMS™ Mode Test Procedures
1. Set Scope.
a) Time- 100µS, Channel- 50V, Trigger- DC
2. Connect Scope Probes to each side of 650 ohm
load on Channel 1.
3. Press “Muscle Contraction”.
4. Press “VMS™”.
5. Press “Channel Mode” until “Co-Contracted” is
displayed in red just beneath “Channel Mode”.
6. Press “Cycle Time”.
7. Press the “Cycle Time” green up arrow until
“Continuous” is displayed in red just below Cycle
Time”.
8. Press the “<<” (Back) button in the top R.H.
portion of the screen.
9. Press “Phase Duration” green up arrow until 300
is displayed in red just below “Phase Duration”.
10. Rotate Intensity control clockwise until 200 is
displayed.
11. Press “Set Amplitude” until icon is beside
“Amplitude Ch. 1” icon. A gold border will appear
around “Amplitude Ch. 2” icon. Set intensity on
CH2 to 200. Verify both reach 200. Press “Start”.
12. Compare wave form on scope to Figure 5.6.
13. Press “Stop”. Move scope probes to Channel 2
and repeat steps 3 through 13.
B. VMS™ Mode Test Results
1. Wave is the same between scope and Figure 5.6.
a) Unit passed test.
2. No wave form or considerably different wave
form.
a) Unit failed test. Check appropriate Stim Board.
650 OHM LOAD INSTALLED
INTO CHANNELS 1 & 2
FIGURE 5.4
CHANNEL 1
OUTPUT
CHANNEL 2
OUTPUT
CHANNEL 1
COMMON
CHANNEL 2
COMMON
CHANNEL 3
OUTPUT
CHANNEL 4
OUTPUT
CHANNEL 3
COMMON
CHANNEL 4
COMMON
FIGURE 5.5
PROPER “VMS™” WAVE FORM
SPEC: 200V Peak to Peak ±10%
FIGURE 5.6
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5.9 Interferential Mode Test
It is assumed that the unit is ready for tests as described in 5.7
parts A and B. If not, Set up Unit per 5.7 parts A and B prior to
performing tests.
A. Interferential Mode Test Procedures
1. Set Scope
a) Time- 50µS, Channel- 20V, Trigger- DC
2. Connect Scope Probes to each side of 650 ohm
load on Channel 1.
3. Press “Pain Management”
4. Press “Interferential”.
5. Rotate Intensity Control clockwise until 50 is
displayed.
6. Press “Start”.
7. Compare wave form on scope to Figure 5.7.
8. Press “Stop”. Move scope probes to Channel 2
and repeat steps 3 through 7.
9. Press “Pause”.
10. Verify that the “Amplitude Ch 1 & 2” drops to zero (0)
and that “Paused” is displayed at the bottom of the
“Channel 1” and “Channel 2” timer icons.
11. Press “Stop”.
B. Interferential Mode Test Results
1. Wave is the same between scope and Figure 5.7,
amplitude dropped to zero when paused and
“Paused” displayed at bottom of timer when paused.
a) Unit passed test.
2 No wave form or considerably different wave form.
a) Unit failed test. Check Stim Board #1.
3. Amplitude failed to “zero” when paused.
a) Unit failed test. Check Stim Board #1.
4. “Paused” did not display when unit paused.
a) Unit failed test. Check Stim Board #1.
5.10 Premodulated Mode Test
A. Premodulated Mode Test Procedures
1. Set Scope
a) Time- 1mS, Channel- 20V, Trigger- DC
2. Connect Scope Probes to each side of 650 ohm
load on Channel 1.
3. Press “Pain Management.”
4. Press “Premodulated”.
5. Rotate Intensity Control clockwise until 50 is
displayed.
6. Press “Start”.
7. Compare wave form on scope to Figure 5.8.
8. Press “Stop”. Move scope probes to Channel 2
and repeat steps 3 through 7.
B. Premodulated Mode Test Results
1. Wave is the same between scope and Figure 5.8.
a) Unit passed test.
2. No wave form or considerably different wave form.
a) Unit failed test. Check appropriate Stim Board.
PROPER “Interferential” WAVE FORM
SPEC: 88V Peak to Peak ±10%
FIGURE 5.7
PROPER “Premodulated” WAVE FORM
SPEC: 88V Peak to Peak ±10%
FIGURE 5.8
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5.11 Russian Mode Test
It is assumed that the unit is ready for tests as described in 5.7
parts A and B. If not, Set up Unit per 5.7 parts A and B prior to
performing tests.
A. Russian Mode Test Procedures
1. Set Scope
a) Time- 5mS, Channel- 20V, Trigger- DC
2. Connect Scope Probes to each side of 650 ohm
load on Channel 1.
3. Install Patient Switch. See Figure 5.9.
4. Press “Muscle Contraction”.
5. Press “Russian”.
6. Press “Channel Mode” until “Co-Contracted” is
displayed in red just beneath “Channel Mode”.
7. Press the “Cycle Time” green up arrow until
“Continuous” is displayed in red just below “Cycle
Time”.
8. Press the “<<” (Back) button in the top R.H.
portion of the screen.
9. Rotate Intensity Control clockwise until 100 is
displayed.
10. Press “Set Amplitude” until icon is beside
“Amplitude Ch. 1” icon. A gold border will appear
around “Amplitude Ch. 2” icon. Rotate Intensity
Control clockwise until 100 is displayed.
11. Press “Start”.
12. Compare wave form on scope to Figure 5.10.
13. Verify that both Channels reach 100.
14. Press “Stop”. Move scope probes to Channel 2
and repeat steps 3 through 12.
15. Press “Patient Switch”. Verify treatment stops and
“Patient Disable Switch was pressed!” message
appears. Press “OK”
16. Press “Channel 1” or “Channel 2” icon at screen
bottom then press “Stop”.
B. Russian Mode Test Results
1. Wave is the same between scope and Figure 5.10,
amplitude reached 100 and patient switch message
displayed when switch pressed.
a) Unit passed test.
2. No wave form or considerably different wave form.
a) Unit failed test. Check appropriate Stim Board.
3. Amplitude failed to reach 100 on both Channels.
a) Unit failed test. Check appropriate Stim Board.
4. Patient Switch message did not display when patient
switch pressed.
a) Unit failed test.
1) Try a known good Patient Switch and repeat
test.
2) Check appropriate Stim Board.
INSTALL PATIENT
SWITCH ON BACK OF
UNIT AS SHOWN
FIGURE 5.9
PROPER “Russian” WAVE FORM
SPEC: 180V Peak to Peak ±10%
FIGURE 5.10
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5.12 MicroCurrent Mode Test
It is assumed that the unit is ready for tests as described in 5.7
parts A and B. If not, Set up Unit per 5.7 parts A and B prior to
performing tests. A 10k Load is required for this Test. See
Figure 5.11.
A. MicroCurrent Mode Test Procedures
1. Install 10k Load into Channels 1 & 2. See Figure
5.11.
2. Set Scope;
a) Time- 250µS, Channel- 5.0V, Trigger- DC
3. Connect Scope Probes to each side of 10k load on
Channel 1.
4. Press “Pain Management”.
5. Press “Microcurrent”.
6. Press “Frequency” icon and key in 1000 on the key
pad that displays then press “Accept” on key pad.
INSTALL 10K LOAD INTO
CHANNELS 1 & 2
AS SHOWN
FIGURE 5.11
NOTE:
“1000.0 Hz” should be displayed in red within the “Frequency
icon”. If not, repeat steps 4 through 6.
7. Press “Polarity” until “Alternating” appears in red
within the “Polarity” icon.
8. Rotate Intensity Control until 995 is displayed in the
“Amplitude Ch. 1” icon.
9. Press “Start”.
10. Compare wave form on scope to Figure 5.12 and
Figure 5.13.
NOTE:
The output will alternate between positive and negative on the
scope.
This test is for Channels 1 & 3 ONLY. The test will not work on
Channels 2 & 4. as they do not incorporate the MicroCurrent
Mode.
11. Press “Stop”.
B. MicroCurrent Mode Test Results
1. Wave is the same between scope and Figure 5.12
and Figure 5.13.
a) Unit passed test.
2. No wave form or considerably different wave form.
PROPER POSITIVE (+) “Microcurrent” WAVE FORM
SPEC: 10V Peak to Peak ±10%
FIGURE 5.12
PROPER NEGATIVE (-) “Microcurrent” WAVE FORM
a) Unit failed test. Check appropriate Stim Board.
SPEC: 10V Peak to Peak ±10%
FIGURE 5.13
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5.13 MicroCurrent Probe Mode Test
NOTE:
It is assumed that the unit is ready for tests as described in 5.7
parts A and B. If not, Set up Unit per 5.7 parts A and B prior to
performing tests.
Lead Wires & Electrodes for Channels 1 & 2 required for this
Test. See Figure 5.14.
This test to be performed on Channel 1 Only of both the Vectra
Pro2 and Vectra Pro4 units.
DO NOT PERFORM THIS TEST ON CHANNEL 3 OF THE
VECTRA PRO4 UNIT.
A. MicroCurrent Probe Mode Test Procedures
1. Install standard Lead Wires into Channels 1 & 2 DIN
and install 3” (76.2 mm) electrodes for Channel 1
ONLY onto their respective Lead Wire. See Figure
5.14.
2. Install a probe tip into MicroCurrent Probe and plug
Probe into Microcurrent DIN connector on the unit.
3. Press “Pain Management”.
4. Press “Microcurrent”.
5. Press “Method” until “Probe” in displayed in red within
the “Method” icon. A steady audible tone will be
heard, this is the “Search Mode”.
6. Touch the probe tip to the Black Electrode for
Channel 1. See Figure 5.15.
7. The tone (search mode) should increase in pitch and
the “Contact Quality” icon should display a full verticle
blue bar. See Figure 5.16.
8. Press the blue button on the probe. The tone should
stop and the treatment counter should begin
countdown. Once the treatment timer is at zero (0) a
“chime” will be heard and the tone (search mode) will
restart (with probe away from black electrode).
9. Repeat steps 6 and 7 to verify pitch changes and
“Contact Quality” icon gives a full verticle blue bar.
10. Press “Stop”. This should terminate the tone (search
mode), stop the treatment and the “Home Page”
should be displayed.
B. MicroCurrent Probe Mode Test Results
1. Unit performs as described in steps 5, 7, 8 and 10.
Unit passed test.
2. No tone (search mode). Unit failed test
a) Try a known good Microcurrent Probe and repeat
test. Still no tone. Check appropriate Stim Board.
3. Good tone (search mode) but no pitch increase when
probe touched to black electrode. Unit failed test.
a) Replace probe, lead wires and electrodes with
known good probe, lead wires and electrodes.
Repeat test and use process of elimination to
determine if probe, lead wires or electrodes are the
problem. Same results after test repeat, check
appropriate Stim Board.
4. Tones OK but no blue verticle bar in “Contact Quality”
Icon. Unit failed test.
a) Check appropriate Stim Board. Check Control
Board.
CHANNEL 1 & 2
LEAD WIRES INTO
CHANNELS 1 & 2 DIN
RED & BLACK
ELECTRODES TO
CHANNEL 1 ONLY
FIGURE 5.14
MICROCURRENT PROBE
CONNECTED TO
MICROCURRENT DIN
TOUCH MICROCURRENT
PROBE TO BLACK
ELECTRODE ONLY
FIGURE 5.15
“CONTACT QUALITY”
ICON
FULL VERTICAL
BLUE BAR WITH PROBE
TOUCHING BLACK ELECTRODE
FIGURE 5.16
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5.14 High Volt Mode Test
NOTE:
It is assumed that the unit is ready for tests as described in 5.7
parts A and B. If not, Set up Unit per 5.7 parts A and B prior to
performing tests.
A. High Volt Mode Test Procedures
1. Install 650 Ohm Load into Channels 1 & 2.
PROPER POSITIVE High Volt WAVE FORM
2. Set Scope;
a) Time- 25µS, Channel- 50V, Trigger- DC
3. Connect Scope Probes to each side of 650 Ohm
load on Channel 2.
4. Press “Muscle Contraction”.
5. Press “High Volt”.
6. Rotate Intensity Control clockwise until 250 (Volts) is
displayed.
7. Press “Start”.
8. Compare wave form on scope to Figure 5.17.
9. Press “Polarity”. “Negative” should display in red in
“Polarity” icon.
10. Compare wave form on scope to Figure 5.18.
11. Press “Polarity”. “Positive” should display in red in
“Polarity” icon. Compare wave form to Figure 5.17.
12. Press “Display” until “Peak Current” is displayed in
red in the “Display” icon.
13. The numbers in the “Amplitude Ch. 2” icon must not
exceed 1.5. See Figure 5.19.
12. Press “Stop”.
B. High Volt Mode Test Results
1. Wave forms on scope the same as Figures 5.17 and
5.18 and Amps do not exceed 1.5.
a) Unit passed test.
FIGURE 5.17
PROPER NEGATIVE High Volt WAVE FORM
FIGURE 5.18
2. No wave forms or considerably different wave forms.
a) Unit failed test. Check appropriate Stim Board.
AMPS MUST NOT
EXCEED 1.5
3. Amps exceed 1.5.
a) Unit failed test. Check appropriate Stim Board.
FIGURE 5.19
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5.15 “Chime” Test
A. “Chime” Test Procedures
1. Press “Clinical Protocols”.
2. Press “Elbow”
3. Press “Pain Management”.
4. Press “Chronic”.
5. Press “2 Electrode”.
6. Press green “down” arrow in “Time” icon until “1 min.”
is displayed in red in “Time” icon.
7. Press “Start” and allow timer to zero. Chimes should
be heard indicating end of treatment and the screen
will display treatment results. See Figure 5.20.
8. Press “Home”.
B. “Chime” Test Results
1. Chimes sound and Test Results displayed.
a) Unit passed test.
2. No Chimes. Unit failed test
a) Possible volume turned completely down or off.
b) Possible bad connection at J12 on Control Board.
c) Possible bad speaker connector board.
d) Possible bad internal speaker.
e) Possible bad Control Board.
AFTER CHIMES
ARE HEARD,
TREATMENT
RESULTS WILL
DISPLAY
FIGURE 5.20
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5.16 Ultrasound Tests
A. Equipment Required
1. Degassed Water. Refer to page 10 for Degassed
Water Recipes.
2. Ohmic Instruments UPM DT 10 Ultrasound Power
Meter.
3. Dissolved Oxygen Test Kit. Used to test oxygen
level of degassed water.
5.17 Ultrasound Applicator Identification Test
NOTE:
Use any Vectra Pro Ultrasound Applicator for this test.
A. Ultrasound Applicator Identification Test Procedures
1. Without Applicator installed, turn unit on.
2. Look at the “Ultrasound” channel icon at the lower
R.H. corner of screen. It should read “Unplugged”. See
Figure 5.21.
3. Plug Applicator into Applicator port on the R.H. side of
the unit. See Figure 5.22.
4. Look at the “Ultrasound” channel icon. It should read
“Available” or “Warming”, with a Light Bulb Icon on the
L.H. side of the “Utrasound” channel icon, within 10
seconds of connecting the applicator. See Figure 5.23.
B. Ultrasound Applicator Identification Test Results
1. Unit operates as described in steps 2 and 4.
a) Unit passed test.
2. “No Cal. Data” displays in “Ultrasound” channel icon.
a) Applicator not calibrated or needs re-calibration.
b) Possible bad Applicator. Re-test with known good
Applicator.
3. “Unplugged” displayed after ten seconds of Applicator
being plugged in.
a) Possible bad applicator. Re-test with known good
Applicator.
b) Possible bad connection between Ultrasound Board
and Control Board.
c) Possible bad Ultrasound Board.
d) Possible bad Control Board.
FIGURE 5.21
FIGURE 5.22
FIGURE 5.23
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5.18 Ultrasound Applicator Output Test
Perform this test using all available Applicators for the unit being
tested.
A. Ultrasound Applicator Output Test Procedures
1. Set up Ohmic Instruments UPM DT 10 Ultrasound
Power Meter per Operator’s Instructions and fill test
reservoir with Degassed Water.
!
WARNING
USE ONLY DEGASSED WATER IN POWER METER FOR
TESTING ULTRASOUND APPLICATORS. USE OF OTHER
TYPES OF WATER WILL CAUSE FALSE TEST RESULTS. SEE
PAGE 10 FOR DEGASSED WATER RECIPES.
DO NOT AERATE WATER WHEN FILLING POWER METER
2. Place an Applicator into the Power Meter retainer.
Make certain the Applicator’s aluminum face is
submerged in the degassed water and centered
directly over the S.S. cone. See Figure 5.24.
3. “Zero” meter.
4. Press “Ultrasound” on touchscreen.
5. Press “Duty Cycle” up or down arrow until “100%” is
displayed in red within the “Duty Cycle” icon.
6. Press “Display” until “Watts” appears in red in the
“Display” icon.
7. Press “Start”.
FIGURE 5.24
APPLICATOR OUTPUT SPECIFICATIONS
APPLICATOR SIZE POWER SETTING
(WATTS)
NOTE:
Should the unit “Time Out” during set up, an audible sound will
be heard and the “Ultrasound” channel icon will display
“Paused”. Simply press the “Resume” icon to continue set up.
8. Rotate Intensity Control clockwise until the
appropriate “Watts” is displayed per Figure 5.25.
9. Compare Power Meter readings to Figure 5.25 for all
the settings for the respective Applicator being tested
per the settings listed in Figure 5.25.
10. Press “Frequency” until “3.3 MHz” is diplayed in red
in the “Frequency” icon. Repeat test and compare
readings to Figure 5.25.
B. Ultrasound Applicator Output Test Results
1. Output ranges fall within the specified ranges as
listed in Figure 5.25.
a) Unit passed test
2. Readings fall outside specified ranges of Figure 5.25.
a) Possible bad Degassed Water in Power Meter.
b) Possible use of Power Meter other than Ohmic
Instruments UPM DT 10 Ultrasound Power Meter.
c) Possible bad or out of calibration Applicator.
d) Possible bad connection between Control Board
and Ultrasound Board.
e) Possible bad connection between Power
Distribution Board and Ultrasound Board.
e) Check Ultrasound Board.
f) Check Control Board.
2cm2
5cm2
10cm2
1
.8—1.2
2
1.6—2.4
4
3.2—4.8
1
.8—1.2
2
1.6—2.4
5
4.0—6.0
10
8.0—12.0
1
.8—1.2
5
4.0—6.0
10
8.0—12.0
15
12.0—18.0
20
16.0—24.0
FIGURE 5.25
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5.19 Ultrasound Duty Cycle Test
This test is performed using only the 5cm2 Applicator.
A. Ultrasound Duty Cycle Test Procedures
1. Set up Ohmic Instruments UPM DT 10 Ultrasound
Power Meter per Operator’s Instructions and fill test
reservoir with Degassed Water.
!
WARNING
USE ONLY DEGASSED WATER IN POWER METER FOR
TESTING ULTRASOUND APPLICATORS. USE OF OTHER
TYPES OF WATER WILL CAUSE FALSE TEST RESULTS. SEE
PAGE 10 FOR DEGASSED WATER RECIPES.
DO NOT AERATE WATER WHEN FILLING POWER METER
2. Place the Applicator into the Power Meter retainer.
Make certain the Applicator’s aluminum face is
submerged in the degassed water and centered
directly over the S.S. cone. See Figure 5.26.
3. “Zero” meter.
4. Press “Ultrasound” on touchscreen.
5. Press “Display” until “Watts” appears in red in the
“Display” icon.
6. Press “Start”.
FIGURE 5.26
NOTE:
Should the unit “Time Out” during set up, an audible sound will
be heard and the “Ultrasound” channel icon will display
“Paused”. Simply press the “Resume” icon to continue set up.
7. Press green down arrow in “Duty Cycle” icon until
“10%” is displayed in red in the “Duty Cycle” icon.
8. Compare Power Meter readings to Figure 5.27 for
each of the following “Duty Cycle” settings listed in the
chart.
9. Press “Frequency” until “3.3 MHz” is displayed in red
in the “Frequency” icon. Repeat test and compare
readings to Figure 5.27.
B. Ultrasound Duty Cycle Test Results
1. Duty Cycles fall within the specified ranges as listed in
Figure 5.27.
a) Unit passed test
2. Readings fall outside specified ranges of Figure 5.27.
a) Possible bad Degassed Water in Power Meter.
b) Possible use of Power Meter other than Ohmic
Instruments UPM DT 10 Ultrasound Power Meter.
c) Possible bad or out of calibration Applicator.
d) Possible bad connection between Control Board
and Ultrasound Board.
e) Possible bad connection between Power
Distribution Board and Ultrasound Board.
e) Check Ultrasound Board.
f) Check Control Board.
DUTY CYCLE SPECIFICATIONS (±20%)
APPLICATOR SIZE
5cm2
DUTY CYCLE
OUTPUT RANGE
10%
20%
50%
100%
.8—1.2
1.6—2.4
4.0—6.0
8.0—12.0
FIGURE 5.27
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5.20 Combo Operation Test
This test is performed using the 5cm2 Applicator.
NOTE:
Set up Unit per 5.7 parts A and B prior to performing tests. Also
connect 5cm2 Applicator to the ultrasound output port.See
Figure 5.28.
A. Combo Operation Test Procedures
5CM2 APPLICATOR
INSTALLED INTO
ULTRASOUND PORT
1. Set Scope
a) Time- 50µS, Channel- 20V, Trigger- DC
2. Press “Combination”.
3. Press “Display” until “Watts” is displayed in red in the
“Display” icon.
4. Press “Stim” until “IFC” is displayed in red in the “Stim”
icon.
5. Press “Edit Stim” and rotate Intensity Control
clockwise until “50 50” (mA) is displayed in “Amplitude
Ch. 1 & 2” icon.
6. Press “Start”.
If “Start is not pressed within 30 seconds of step 2, the unit will
“Time Out”. Simply press “Resume” to continue.
7. Connect scope probe to the Channel 2 side of the 650
Ohm load and the other probe to the Ultrasound
Applicator. See Figure 5.29.
8. Compare wave form on scope to Figure 5.30.
B. Combo Operation Test Results
1. Wave form on scope the same as Figures 5.30
a) Unit passed test.
650 OHM LOAD
INSTALLED INTO
CHANNELS 1 & 2
FIGURE 5.28
SCOPE PROBE
CONNECTED TO
TO CHANNEL 2
2. No wave form or considerably different wave form.
a) Unit failed test. Check appropriate Stim Board.
SCOPE PROBE TO
ULTRASOUND APPLICATOR
FIGURE 5.29
PROPER “Interferential (IFC)” WAVE FORM
SPEC: 88V Peak to Peak ±10%
FIGURE 5.30
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Vectra™ Pro
5.21 Screen Contrast Test
A. Screen Contrast Test Procedures
1. With unit on, press and hold the left side of the
Brightness/Contrast Button. See Figure 5.31. Screen
should dim.
2. Press and hold right side of the Brightness/Contrast
Button. See Figure 5.31. Screen should return to full
brightness.
B. Screen Contrast Test Results
1. Screen Dims and Brightens as described in test.
a) Unit passed test.
2. Screen does not Dim and/or Brighten as described.
a) Possible bad connection between screen and
control board. Check harness connections.
b) Possible bad Control Board.
c) Possible bad Screen.
5.22 Zip Disc Test
A. Zip Disc Test Procedures
1. With unit on, press the “Disk” icon in the top R.H.
corner on the “Home” screen. See Figure 5.32.
2. Press “Anatomical Library”. Verify full body skeleton is
displayed.
3. Press “Home” icon in the top R.H. corner of the
screen.
4. Press “Disk” icon in the top R.H. corner of the “Home”
screen. See Figure 5.32.
5. Press “Multimedia Presentation”. Listen and watch the
introduction of the multimedia presentation until the
window in Figure 5.33 is displayed.
6. Press “Exit Program”. Verify that unit initializes and the
Vectra Pro main “Home” screen is displayed.
A. Zip Disc Test Results
1. “Anatomical Library” and “Multimedia Presentation”
perform as described.
a) Unit passed test.
2. Unit did not perform as described.
a) No disk in drive. Place disk in drive and perform
tests.
b) Bad Zip Disk. Place a known good disk in drive and
perform tests.
c) Drive not reading disk. Eject and re-install disk.
d) Bad connection between Zip Drive and Power
Distribution board. Check connections.
e) Bad Zip Drive. Replace Drive.
f) Bad Power Distribution Board. Check Power
Distribution Board.
L.H. SIDE
(DIM)
R.H. SIDE
(BRIGHT)
FIGURE 5.31
DISK
ICON
FIGURE 5.32
EXIT
PROGRAM
FIGURE 5.33
24
5- TROUBLESHOOTING
Vectra™ Pro
5.23 Default Setup Test
A. Default Setup Test Procedures
1. Press “Utilities” icon in the top section of the screen.
See Figure 5.34.
2. Press “Clinic Name” icon.
3. Type “9876” using the pop up key pad and
press “Enter”.
4. Press “Default Setup”.
5. A window should appear that reads;
“Setups have been set to the factory defaults.
Turn Off the unit now...”
6. Turn unit Off using main power button. See
Figure 5.35.
B. Default Setup Test Results
1. Default setup functions as described in test.
a) Unit passed test.
UTILITIES
ICON
FIGURE 5.34
5.24 Conducting Tests for Channels 3 & 4 of Vectra Pro4
A. Place appropriate load (650 ohm or 10K), per test
requirements, in output DIN connector for
Channels 3 & 4.
B. Conduct tests applicable to Channels 3 & 4. Beginning
with “5.7 Stimulator Tests” on page 13.
POWER
“ON”
POWER
“OFF”
FIGURE 5.35
25
5- TROUBLESHOOTING
Vectra™ Pro
5.25 Stim Board Main Power Supply Circuit Test
The following tests apply to Stim Boards 1 and 2.
B. Power Supply Voltage Test
1. Using a Digital Multimeter, check the voltage at #1 of D20.
See “B” below.
a) Voltage Specification: +12VDC.
2. Check the voltage at #2 of D23. See “B” below.
a) Voltage Specification: -12VDC.
3. Check the voltage at #1 of D21. See “B” below.
a) Voltage Specification: +5VDC.
4. Low or No Voltage at any or all of the test points in steps 1
through 3 indicate the Stim Board is bad. Replace board
with part number 78325F.
A. Power Connector (J1) Voltage Test
1. Using a Digital Multimeter, check the voltage at pins
1 and 4. See “A” below.
a) Voltage Specification: 8VDC to 15VDC.
2. Low or no voltage indicates bad wiring harness or bad
Power Distribution Board.
a) Check Harness and replace if bad, with Part Number
79525.
b) Test Power Distribution Board. See Page 36.
A
POWER
CONNECTOR
J1
DC IN
DC IN
1
R110
174K
1%
1
C33
820uF/25V
C146
0.1uF
2
2
CON4P
8 - 15VDC IN
1
1
2
3
4
NOTE:
See Section 6 for Removal & Replacement procedures.
2
BATTERY
BATTERY
1
R109
24.9K
1%
2
B
PCB1
+12VDC
T12
D20
3
STPCB
2
1
5
-12VDC
1
6
C22
820uF/25V
D23
1
2
2
2
1
1N5819
4
1N5819
D31
1
1
1N4754A
2
7
1N5819
D21
2
VCC
(+5VDC)
L12
1
1
2
D32
2
C26
820uF/25V
2
1
6000-100K
77901
1
4
5
2
2
FMMD914
2
3
1
2
1
3
R86
2.7K
5%
Q27
FMMT3906
FB
GND
1
2
3
COMP
2
VSW
VIN
2
C16
100uF/25V
2
U36
1
1
R82
3.74K
1%
2
C37
820uF/25V
D42
R100
82K
5%
C21
820uF/25V
1
1
C36
820uF/25V
1
1
1N5821
8
R90
1.24K
1%
LT1170CT
TO-220-5
1
2
21
C134
0.1uF
1
1
C140
2.2uF/16V
2
R99
20K
5%
2
2
HS3
H2
6098B
H1
4-40 LOCKNUT
4-40x5/16 PPH
Vectra Stimulator (Stim) Board
MAIN POWER SUPPLY
CIRCUIT
Stim Boards 1 & 2
26
5- TROUBLESHOOTING
Vectra™ Pro
5.26 Stim Board Microcurrent Circuit Test
The following tests apply to Stim Boards 1 and 2.
A. Microcurrent Output Test
1. Set Scope;
a) Time- 250ns, Channel- 2.0V, Trigger- DC
b) Reference Scope to DC Ground.
2. Check pins 1 and 4 of U39 (see “A” below) for presence of
square wave. See Figure 5.36.
3. Check pin 2 of U38 (see “B” below) for presence of square
wave. See Figure 5.36.
4. Absence of square wave at any or all of the check points in
steps 2 and 3 indicate bad stim board. Replace with Part
Number 78325F.
NOTE:
See Section 6 for Removal & Replacement procedures.
FIGURE 5.36
+60V
+60V
R61
100.00
0.1%
ISOGND1
3
+12V1
A
2
1
2
D45
FMMD914
R60
10.0K
1%
2
4.99K
1%
2
2
C124
820pF
2
1
1
3
Q21
FMMT5551
SOT-23
2
2
1
1
Q16
FMMT5551
SOT-23
3
3
2
Q20
FMMT5551
SOT-23
2
2
1
1
R58
100.00
0.1%
R62
100.00
0.1%
2
2
-60V
1
1
Q17
FMMT5401
SOT-23
R56
10.0K
1%
R97
470
5%
R69
100.0K
1%
2 2
1
B
1
2
3
1
HCPL-2601
DIP8
C139
0.1uF
8
7
6
5
R63
100.0
1%
2
CATHOD
VCC
VE
VOUT
GND
1
3
ANODE
Q15
FMMT5551
SOT-23
R59
10.0K
1%
2
2
R64
100.0
1%
3
AD7233AN
DIP8
C130
0.1uF
MICROI
2
2
1
2
D47
FMMD914
6
5
+/-5V
2
2
U38
3
1
1
VSS
VOUT
GND
LDAC
LF453CM
SO-8
R84
MICROI
SOT-23
Q18
FMMT5551
SOT-23
1
HCPL-2631
DIP8
R108
470
5%
R95
470
5%
VDD
SCLK
SDIN
SYNC
8
7
1
3
R96
470
5%
2
/MCSYNC
C138
0.1uF
VCC
D46
FMMD914
/MCSYNC
5
GND
1
1
3
4
1
/MCDAT
6
1
/MCDAT
1
2
7
VO1
VO2
CATHOD2
ANOD2
U33
8
VCC
2
3
4
ANOD1
CATHOD1
3
-
U39
3
Q22
FMMT5401
2 1
1
1
1
/MCCLK
3
1
2
+
4
/MCCLK
U30A
3
12-BIT DAC
SOT-23
2
470
5%
Q23
FMMT5401
1
470
5%
OPTO-ISOLATORS
8
R106
2
R107
C131
0.1uF
3
Q19
FMMT5401
SOT-23
1
1
VCC
1
VOLTAGE-CONTROLLED CURRENT PUMP
+/- 60V COMPLIANT
+/- 1mA MAX CURRENT
-12V1
VCC
2 2
2 2
C127
0.1uF
1
1
-12V1
R65
100.00
0.1%
2
2
C135
0.1uF
+12V1
1
1
ISOGND1
-60V
Vectra Stimulator (Stim) Board
MICROCURRENT
CIRCUIT
Stim Boards 1 & 2
27
5- TROUBLESHOOTING
5.27 Stim Board High Volt Circuit Test
The following tests apply to Stim Boards 1 and 2.
A. High Volt Voltage Test
1. Using a Digital Multimeter, check the voltage at D37
Cathode. See “A” on schematic.
a) Voltage Specification: 10.17VDC.
2. If voltage reading is not exactly 10.17VDC, adjust
voltage at VR1. See “B” on schematic and Figure 5.37.
3. Voltage will not adjust to 10.17VDC at VR1 indicates
bad board. Replace board with part number 78325F.
B. High Volt Pulse Tests
1. Set Scope;
a) Time- 2.5µS, Channel- 5.0V, Trigger- DC
b) Reference Scope to DC Ground.
2. Check pins 5 and 7 of U5 (see “C” on schematic)
for presence of square wave. See Figure 5.38.
a) Pin 5 Specification: 500µS - 800µS
b) Pin 7 Specification: 75µS
3. No presence of square wave at any of the test pins
indicate bad board. Replace board with Part
Number 78325F.
4. Pin 5 and/or Pin 7 reading is out of spec as described
in step 2, a and b, indicates bad board. Replace board
with part number 78325F.
NOTE:
See Section 6 for Removal & Replacement procedures.
Should all test points be in spec and still no output, the board is
bad. Replace board with part number 78325F.
Vectra™ Pro
CONNECTOR
J1
VOLTAGE
ADJUSTMENT AT
VR1 (10.17VDC)
FIGURE 5.37
PIN 5
PIN 7
FIGURE 5.38
28
5- TROUBLESHOOTING
Vectra™ Pro
+12V
PEAK DETECTOR
U8B
6
D7
ZC5800E
+
7
1
1
8
6
1
1
3
2
64.9
1%
2
C145
0.01uF
R9
0 - 2.5V
2
B
HIVOLT CAL
LT1172CN8
DIP8
2
3
C75
0.1uF
2
R98
6.8K
5%
1
1
2
4
-12V
C63
0.1uF
1
FB
+12V
Q4
NL
SOT-23
3
2
E2
E1
VC
GND
1
2.7K
5%
2
2
C32
2200uF/16V
2
VIN
2
C4
10uF/50V
2
1
5
NC
R116
7
HV I
-12V
10.0K
1%
1N5819
LF453CM
SO-8
1
2
HV I
2
1.0K
1%
1
1 1
3
1
2
2
2
CTX50-4
U41
VSW
1
D37
D39
1N5819
R17
1
R18
2
A
4
-
4
1
T13
1
C61
18pF
2
D40
1N4754A
2
R19
10
5%
1
2
1
C38
220uF/25V
+
2 1
D6
ZC5800E
3
3
C72
0.01uF
2
LF453CM
SO-8
DC IN
1
U8A
1
-
ADJUSTABLE 11 VOLT SUPPLY
DC IN
3
8
5
1
2
1
VR1
2.0K 10T
1 : 50
3
R111
4
1
4
3
R117
1.00K
1%
T2
71331
T1
NL
2
2
HVPOS
HVPOS
NL
2
1
2
1
Lp = 50uH
R13
64.9
1%
1:8
D1
2
1
1
4
1
1
8
1
C52
0.1uF
2
R2
10MEG 1/4 WATT
5%
C1
0.01uF/630V
4
R1
2.49K 1/4 WATT
1%
R10
1
2
2
2
C50
0.1uF
POLARITY RELAY
1
6
FR1M
3
1
D2
1N5819
1
1
C51
0.1uF
2
2
1 1
VCC
3
K1
T4
VCC
Q2
S601-E
1
2
D5
1N4762
2
2
2
2
77918
11
13
9
VCC
2
1.00K
1%
1
16
2
G5V-2-H-DC5
1
Q1
IRF540
TO-220
1
HVNEG
3
Q3
S601-E
1
2
C2
0.015uF/630V
2
D4
1
3
C56
1
1
2
VCC
0.1uF
FR1M
T3
2
3
C
HVNEG
2
R3
10MEG 1/4 WATT
5%
U5
1
2
3
4
NC
IN1
GND
IN2
NC
OUT1
VDD
OUT2
4
8
7
6
1
L1
2
+12V
100uH/1812
5
ADC CLK
/MCCLK
/MCSYNC
/MCDAT
2
R14
1
1
2
1.00K
1%
2
C3
100uF/25V
6
C5
1.0uF/50V
1
MC34152P
DIP8
ADC CLK
/MCCLK
/MCSYNC
/MCDAT
1
5
2
PE-5762
TO:
Input/output
Section
HVRELAY
Vectra Stimulator (Stim) Board
HIGH VOLT
CIRCUIT
Stim Boards 1 & 2
29
5- TROUBLESHOOTING
Vectra™ Pro
5.28 Stim Board Channels 1 and 3 Tests
The following tests apply to Stim Board 1, Channel 1 and Stim Board
2, Channel 3. Unit at Interferential with no output power.
A. Channel 1 and Channel 3 Input Test
1. Set Scope;
a) Time- 50µS, Channel- 2.0V, Trigger- DC
b) Reference Scope to DC Ground.
2. Check pins 5 and 6 of U15 (see “A” below) for presence of
square wave. See Figure 5.39.
3. Absence of square wave at any or all of the check points in
step 2 indicate bad stim board. Replace with Part
Number 78325F.
B. Channel 1 and Channel 3 Output Test
1. Using a Digital Multimeter, check the voltage at pins 15 of
U15. See “B” below.
a) Voltage Specification: 12VDC.
2. Low or no voltage indicates bad Stim Board. Replace Board
with Part Number 78325F.
NOTE:
See Section 6 for Removal & Replacement procedures.
Input test results in spec and no/low output indicates bad Stim Board.
Replace board with Part Number 78325F.
+60V1
+60V1
C76
0.1uF/100V
C83
2
1
1
1
L7
1
+12V
2
C65
0.1uF/100V
2
2
100uH/1812
0.1uF
CLASS-S
POWER AMP
C11
1
2
SINECUR1
MOSFET DRIVER
100uF/25V
D13
2
3
3
K3
C9
6
1
L5
2
1
2
1
K4
2
ALS
AL0
AHS
AHB
AHO
9
13
5
6
PWM1
C8
L4
2
1
PWM1
11
1
1
ISOGND1
VCC
ISOGND1
HY3479
L10
2
1
2
G5V-2-H-DC5
11
33uF/50V
3
2
3
C14
0.18uF/100V
C67
1
2
VCC
C19
0.018uF/100V
C121
1
2
VCC
2
2
0.1uF
4
10
5%
4
10
5%
2
1
6000-561K
1
2
C110
Q8
IRFD120
DIP4
R20
6000-561K
1
1
1
2
Q12
IRFD120
DIP4
R24
0.1uF
2
2
2
0.1uF/100V
1
PULSECUR1
2
2
R5
0.5 1W
1%
2
VCC
VCC
SENSESEL1
1
1
C99
0.1uF
C98
0.1uF
2
2
TO: Input/Output Section
2
B
C106
0.1uF
PULSECUR1
1
1
C58
1000pF
1
HER105
FIGURE 5.39
10
9
G5V-2-H-DC5
D15
TO: Input/Output Section
1
16
14
13
12
HIP4081AIP
DIP20
1
C20
0.018uF/100V
1
16
VCC
4
8
2
AHI
HDEL
LDEL
13
16
15
1
2
1
1
1
R35
100.0K
1%
VDD
VCC
C15
0.18uF/100V
11
19
18
17
1
10
BLI
ALI
6000-561K
20
2
5
6
7
8
9
BHS
BLO
BLS
6000-561K
1
PWMA3
PWMA1
BHO
BHI
DIS
VSS
T7
6
33uF/50V
8
BHB
OUTPUT TRANSFORMER
1:2
L11
4
1
T9
PE-67100
4
4
10
5%
U15
2
3
4
R38
100.0K
1%
2
0.1uF/100V
A
R42
1.00K
1%
10
5%
2
Q7
IRFD120
DIP4
R25
1
4 2
2
3 1
1
C105
2
1%
100.0
26KHZ CHEBYSHEV DIFFERENTIAL LPF
1
2
1
2
Q11
IRFD120
DIP4
R29
HER105
1
R66
1
1
SINECUR1
SENSESEL1
Vectra Stimulator (Stim) Board
VMS, Interferential,
Premodulated, Russian
CIRCUITS
Stim Board 1- Channel 1
Stim Board 2- Channel 3
30
5- TROUBLESHOOTING
Vectra™ Pro
5.29 Stim Board Channels 2 and 4 Tests
The following tests apply to Stim Board 1, Channel 2 and Stim Board
2, Channel 4. Unit at Interferential with no output power.
A. Channel 2 and Channel 4 Input Test
1. Set Scope;
a) Time- 50µS, Channel- 2.0V, Trigger- DC
b) Reference Scope to DC Ground.
2. Check pins 5 and 6 of U14 (see “A” below) for presence of
square wave. See Figure 5.40.
3. Absence of square wave at any or all of the check points in
step 2 indicate bad Stim Board. Replace with Part
Number 78325F.
B. Channel 2 and Channel 4 Output Test
1. Using a Digital Multimeter, check the voltage at pins 15 of
U14. See “B” below.
a) Voltage Specification: 12VDC.
2. Low or no voltage indicates bad Stim Board. Replace Board
with Part Number 78325F.
NOTE:
See Section 6 for Removal & Replacement procedures.
Input test results in spec and no/low output indicates bad
Stim Board. Replace board with Part Number 78325F.
+60V2
+60V2
C77
0.1uF/100V
C84
2
1
1
1
L6
1
+12V
2
C66
0.1uF/100V
2
2
100uH/1812
0.1uF
C10
1
CLASS-S
POWER AMP
2
MOSFET DRIVER
SINECUR2
SINECUR2
100uF/25V
R67
D12
1
1
2
3
3
26KHZ CHEBYSHEV DIFFERENTIAL LPF
K2
C7
L3
2
1
L9
2
1
K5
2
4
VDD
VCC
ALS
AL0
AHS
AHB
AHO
20
19
18
13
9
17
16
15
14
13
L2
2
33uF/50V
3
13
1
6000-561K
ISOGND2
2
C12
0.18uF/100V
VCC
C17
0.018uF/100V
C122
1
2
VCC
2
4
0.1uF
G5V-2-H-DC5
2
6000-561K
C68
1
ISOGND2
HY3479
VCC
1
2
10
5%
4
10
5%
2
Q6
IRFD120
DIP4
R21
1
6
PWM2
L8
2
2
Q10
IRFD120
DIP4
3
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
C6
1
R26
5
PWM2
11
1
16
G5V-2-H-DC5
1
10
9
12
11
C111
1
8
C18
0.018uF/100V
1
16
VCC
HIP4081AIP
DIP20
R36
100.0K
1%
C13
0.18uF/100V
11
2
BLI
ALI
AHI
HDEL
LDEL
4
1
BHO
BHS
BLO
BLS
6000-561K
2
9
10
BHB
BHI
DIS
VSS
6000-561K
1
1
2
3
T6
6
33uF/50V
8
2
1
1
6
T8
PE-67100
OUTPUT TRANSFORMER
1:2
4
10
5%
U14
4
5
6
7
8
R39
100.0K
1%
2
0.1uF/100V
PWMB3
PWMB1
R43
1.00K
1%
10
5%
2
4
1
Q5
IRFD120
DIP4
R27
1
4
C107
100.0
1%
3
1
1
2
1
2
Q9
IRFD120
DIP4
R30
HER105
A
2
2
0.1uF
2
2
2
0.1uF/100V
D14
1
PULSECUR2
2
R4
0.5 1W
1%
1
C108
0.1uF
C59
1200pF
2
2
B
TO: Input/Output Section
PULSECUR2
1
1
HER105
1
C70
0.1uF
C74
0.1uF
2
2
TO: Input/Output Section
2
VCC
1
FIGURE 5.40
VCC
SENSESEL2
SENSESEL2
Vectra Stimulator (Stim) Board
VMS, Interferential,
Premodulated, Russian
CIRCUITS
Stim Board 1- Channel 2
Stim Board 2- Channel 4
31
5- TROUBLESHOOTING
5.30 Ultrasound Board Generator Circuit Test
A. Power Connector Voltage Test
1. Using a Digital Multimeter, check the voltage at pins 1
and 4. See “A” on schematic.
a) Voltage Specification: 8VDC to 15VDC.
2. Low or no voltage indicates bad wiring harness or bad
Power Distribution Board.
a) Check Harness and replace if bad with Part Number
79524.
b) Test Power Distribution Board. See Page 36.
B. Power Supply Voltage Test
1. Using a Digital Multimeter, check the voltage at #1 of
D6. See “B” on schematic.
a) Voltage Specification: +12VDC.
2. Check the voltage at #2 of D5. See “B” below.
a) Voltage Specification: -12VDC.
3. Check the voltage at #1 of D1. See “B” below.
a) Voltage Specification: +5VDC.
4. Low or No Voltage at any or all of the test points in
steps 1 through 3 indicate the Ultrasound Board is
bad. Replace board with Part Number 79291D.
C. Output Voltage Test
1. Using a Digital Multimeter, check the voltage at #1 of
D12. See “C” schematic.
a) Voltage Specification: +35VDC.
2. Check the voltage at #2 of D27. See “C” below.
a) Voltage Specification: -35VDC.
3. Low or No Voltage at any or all of the test points in
steps 1 and/or 2 indicate the Ultrasound Board is bad.
Replace board with Part Number 79291D.
NOTE:
See Section 6 for Removal & Replacement procedures.
32
Vectra™ Pro
5- TROUBLESHOOTING
Vectra™ Pro
VCC
BATTERY
VDD
R22
1
MTG1
MTG2
MTG3
MTG4
2
M
M
M
M
+5V, +/-12V SUPPLY
MTGHOLE
R2
15.4K
FID2
ACTUAL CIRCUIT CURRENT DRAW:
1
TRANSFORMER PARAMETERS:
PRI IND:25uH
1:.833 (PRI:SEC) (+12)
1:.833 (PRI:SEC) (-12)
1:.367 (PRI:SEC) (+5)
MAGNETICS KOOL-Mu CORE 77310-A7
2
1
1
MTGHOLE
1
MTGHOLE
FID1
1
MTGHOLE
FID3
TP2
TESTPOINT
2.49K
VCC=+5V : 200mA
+12V : 100mA
-12V : 60mA
1
1
1
B
1
FIDUCIAL
FIDUCIAL
FIDUCIAL
1
1
1
MOI3
MOI1
MOI2
6
2
MTGHOLE
MTGHOLE
1
1
1
2
B140
D7
Z1
1
1
2
1N5363B
Z4
Z5
7
VCC
(+5 VDC)
D1
2
C27
820uF/25V
L2
Z6
1
1
2
1
SK34
4.7uH/2A
B140
8
FB3
FB4
C19
4.7uF/35V
2
2
R18
3.74K
U4
4
5
DC_IN+
V_IN+
C1
820uF/25V
1
77901
1
1
Z2
A
8 - 15VDC
C86
0.1uF
2
M
1
1
2
M
5
2
M
D8
MTGHOLE
POWER CONNECTOR
C20
820uF/25V
D5
2
1
-12V
4
2
MTG7
C10
820uF/25V
1
1
MTG6
MOIRE
+12V
1
2
MTG5
2
B140
C85
0.1uF
1
1
1
1
MOIRE
Z3
3
1
1
1
MOIRE
D6
T1
J2
R19
2
1
COMP
1
Q2
2N7002
3
R17
1.24K
LT1270ACT
C28
1.0uF/50V
3
PWRDOWN1
1
FERRITE
GND
FERRITE
Z7
2
FB
1.00K
AGND
1
CON4P
2
FB6
1
V_IN-
VSW
FERRITE
FB5
VIN
FERRITE
4.7uF/35V
2
2
3
4
1
C87
1
2
2
NO HEAT SINK REQUIRED
2
1
VCC
R31
4.7K
C
1
2
R1
4.7K
1
2
Q1
2N7002
3
PWRDOWN2
+/-35 VOLT ADJUSTABLE SUPPLY
+35VADJ
T2
2
+12V
D12
Y3
3
2
1
1
1
TRANSFORMER PARAMETERS:
PRI IND: 25uH
17:32:32 (PRI:SEC:SEC)
MAGNETICS KOOL-Mu CORE 77310-A7
ES1D
(+35VDC)
R34
1.00K
C21
470uF/50V
4
1
1
2
Y5
2
2
+5.0V
1
C2
C22
D3
Y1
1
Y2
2
1
R23
28.0K
2
5
2
1N5363B
R36
2.00K
COMP
12
FB
2
1.25V
Y4
10
-
9
LF347M
6296B
28.0K
-8.0V
+
R30
8
1
2
3
1.00K
2
3
C34
2
1
Q3
MMST3904
LF347M
2
1
R37
2.00K
D11
FMMD914
2
1 1
7
D10
FMMD914
2
2
0 - 2.5V
2
2
2
0.1uF
1
R40
ERRVOLT
LF347M
2
M2
M1
6
+
2
3
1
5
1
1
1
1
C26
0.1uF
U11B
U11C
HS1
1.00K
C32
0.01uF
C89
0.01uF
LT1270ACT
2
2
1
3
R38
1
R32
GND
1
COMP
2
1
C4
0.01uF
-12V
C33
0.1uF
1
2
-12V
3
4
DAC0800LCM
+12V
14
R4
4.99K
VLC
U11D
VSW
-
1
2
2
10.0K
4
VREF+
VREF-
IOUT
R27
1
13
VIN
V+
V-
1
LF347M
6
R84
47K
C31
470uF/50V
U5
+
5
IOUT
2
8
11
7
5
2
1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
77900X
2
4
3
D0
D1
ES1D
(-35VDC)
U11A
U10
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
2
1
SK38
2
1
DAC
DAC[0..7]
1
1
2
1
4
Y6
6
D13
2
D27
Snubber
+12V
VOLTAGE ADJUSTMENT
+12V
-12V
R28
6.04K
-35VADJ
OUTPUT
LM336M-5.0
DAC0
DAC1
DAC2
DAC3
DAC4
DAC5
DAC6
DAC7
R20
42.2K
SK34
5
DAC[0..7]
2
1
1
2
1
180uF/20V
2
8
820uF/25V
D2
C88
0.1uF
D9
1
R39
2
10.0K
1
R29
2
10M
1
2
6.65K
Vectra Ultrasound Board
GENERATOR POWER
SUPPLY CIRCUIT
33
5- TROUBLESHOOTING
Vectra™ Pro
5.31 Ultrasound Board Amplifier Circuit Tests
A. Pulse Output Generation Test
1. Set Scope;
a) Time- 500ns, Channel- 2.0V, Trigger- DC
b) Reference Scope to DC Ground.
2. Check pins 5 and 7 of U15 (see “A” on schematic) for
presence of square wave. See Figure 5.41.
NOTE:
Perform step 2 at 1MHz and 3.3MHz settings @ 100% Duty
Cycle.
3. Absence of square wave at any or all of the check
points in step 2 indicate bad Ultrasound Board.
Replace with Part Number 79291D.
B. Head Detect Voltage Test
Perform this test with all available Ultrasound Applicators
available for the unit being tested (2cm2, 5cm2, 10cm2). This will
aid in isolating bad board or bad Ultrasound Applicator.
1. Plug in the Ultrasound Applicator.
2. Using a Digital Multimeter, check the voltage at #1 and
#2 of L13. See “B” on schematic. See Figure 5.42 for
voltage specifications.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 with all other available
Ultrasound Applicators for unit being tested.
4. If multimeter reads 5VDC, plug in a known good
Ultrasound Applicator and re-test. If voltage is in spec
per Figure 5.42, then Applicator is bad. If voltage reads
5VDC with known good Applicator, then Ultrasound
Board is bad. Replace board with Part Number
79291D.
NOTE:
See Section 6 for Removal & Replacement procedures.
34
FIGURE 5.41
HEAD DETECT VOLTAGE SPECIFICATIONS
APPLICATOR
HOT
(ABOVE ROOM TEMP)
ROOM
TEMPERATURE
2cm2
1VDC
1.5VDC
5cm2
1VDC
1.5VDC
10cm2
1VDC
1.5VDC
NOTE: SEE STEP 4
FIGURE 5.42
5- TROUBLESHOOTING
Vectra™ Pro
+12V
OUT
L12
3
C84
0.1uF
FB1
FERRITE
C64
0.1uF
1
2
W2
2
W4
2
2.2
1
X1
2
W7
1
2
W8
X3
2
X14
1
X7
2
9
1000pF/500V
R41
187
3
+12V
71331
2.8uH/2A
1.5A rms PRI = 30mA rms
G5V-2-H-DC12
G5V-2-H-DC12
3.3 MHZ FILTER
3
1
SEC = 7.9VP-P ACROSS
93.1 OHMS
R60
1.0M
5
ISAMPLE
13
1
16
Isolated Tab
1
-35VADJ
1
L5
1
16
Q6
IRF510
1
OUTER BRAID
CON4
2
6
2.2
HS3
X10
CENTER
INNER BRAID
11
C35
9
R51
HS2
3
4
6
8
11
13
2
R64
10 Ohm/1W
MC34152P
X5
2
2200pF/500V
11.5uH/2A
8
+12V
1
1
4
PE-5762
W3
X12
1
6
5
2
1
2
1
OUT2
W5
1
4
2
IN2
VDD
1
2
GND
4
W1
7
4
3
OUT1
C47
0.1uF
V1
8
X2
6
R35
1.0M
J3
4
K2
C48
K1
2
3
AMP_
IN1
2
100uF/25V
T3
1 : 50
L14
Isolated Tab
1
2
AMP
1
R48
NC
2
2
W6
3
U15
NC
X11
1 MHZ FILTER
Q4
IRF510
T4
2
3
C66
0.1uF
2
1
MOSFET DRIVER
C65
0.1uF
1
2
C61
0.1uF
1
2
2
2
POWER AMP
1
2
1
1
2
C45
1
J4
RCA JACK
CLASS-D
0.1uF
1
C60
0.1uF
C46
A
+35VADJ
2
33uH/1812
1
GND
1
C59
0.33uF/35V
SOUNDHEAD CONNECTOR
1
IN
1
U17
78M08
1
FB2
2
1
FMMD914
2
FERRITE
2
2
C62
0.1uF
C63
0.1uF
3
2
1
2
1
C68
0.1uF
1
C67
0.1uF
6098B
D26
1
1
M2
M1
M2
M1
6098B
2
2
VCC
FILSEL[0..1]
FILSEL0
3
R57
4.7K
1
FILSEL[0..1]
1
1
+12V
Q9
2N7002
2
1
R61
4.7K
2
+12V
DS2502RD
3
47K
R65
2
Q8
BSS84
1
R63
T1
1
1
3
Q5
2N7002
3
DS2502PG
D25
ZC5800E
2
2
2
1
D24
1
2
3
Q7
MMST3904
SA30A
2
2
10.0K
1
2
R62
1
DS2502WR
2
47
L1
1
2
L3
VCC
1
VCC
100uH/1812
2
C56
C14
100uH/1812
C5
C15
2
1
2
1
0.1uF/100V
B
100uF/25V
FREQUENCY SET PLL
100uF/25V
R59
2
2
VSAMPLE
2
0.1uF
13.3K
1
1
1
1
R50
1.00K
1
C16
2
L13
470uH/1812
VCC
2
1
0.1uF
1
C11
U2
15pF
ENB
DATA
CLK
VSS
PDOUT
PHR
PHV
S/ROUT
14
C24
1
2
6
CIN
VCO
P2
SIG
PP
C1A
P3
150pF
12
7
5
11
MC145157-2DW
C1B
INH
R1
R2
VCOIN
VSS
12
1
C58
0.1uF
1
2
15
HEADTEMP
1.5K
C57
0.1uF
TEMP
0 - +2.5 VOLTS
DC
(TO
ADC)
9
8 MHZ
1.0 - 3.3 MHZ
10
CLK_8MHZ
VCO
R13
1.0M
8
1
R15
12.1K
DEMOD
R66
13
74HC4046M
1
1
FR_EN
FR_DATA
FR_CLK
P1
2
6
7
5
16
15
2
15pF
FIN
FR
FV
LD
1
1
2
2
VDD
OSCIN
OSCOUT
REFOUT
R25
300K
U7
2
1
8MHZ
C7
14
11
10
9
3
4
2
Y1
8.00MHz
8
13
3
VDD
1
4
1
2
2
1
16
2
C8
0.1uF
2
2
2 1
R14
R11
100
1
R21
2
2
C18
0.1uF
C17
2
1.00K
1
4.7K
1
1
2
1.5uF/50V
Vectra Ultrasound Board
2
AMPLIFIER
CIRCUIT
35
5- TROUBLESHOOTING
Vectra™ Pro
5.32 Power Distribution Board Tests
A. Input Voltage Test
1. Set Multimeter to read 12 VDC
2. Check voltage on JP1 at pins 1, 3, 4 and 5. Voltage
should be 12VDC. See “A” on schematic below.
3. Low/No voltage indicates bad board. Replace board with
part number 79422.
A
Vectra Power Distribution Board
POWER DISTRIBUTION
CIRCUIT
36
6- REMOVAL & REPLACEMENT
Vectra™ Pro
6.1 General
!
MAINS
CONNECTOR
WARNING
OPEN FUSE
HOUSING
UNPLUG THE UNIT FROM THE POWER SOURCE
BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY REMOVAL OR
REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES TO PREVENT
ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
A. Tools & Equipment Required
1. #2 Phillips Screwdriver
2. #1 Phillips Screwdriver
3. Small adjustable wrench
6.2. Fuse Replacement
A. Unplug the unit from the power source and remove
power cord from the unit.
B. Slide Fuse Housing open from the Mains Connector on
the unit. See Figure 6.1.
C. Pull fuses from housing and replace with new fuses, Part
Number 72103 (two required). See Figure 6.2.
D. Slide Fuse Housing back into place. Make certain it is
completely closed, otherwise the fuses may not make full
contact.
6.3 Top & Bottom of Unit
A. Removing Top from Bottom
1. Place unit face down on a grounded work surface.
2. Remove the 10 mounting screws holding the top and
bottom together. See Figure 6.3.
3. Carefully separate the bottom from the top.
B. Installing Top to Bottom
1. With top laying face down, carefully place the bottom
in position over the top.
2. Secure with the phillips head screws.
NOTE:
Do not overtighten the screws. Overtightening will damage the
threads of the brass inserts.
FIGURE 6.1
REMOVE & REPLACE
FUSES
FIGURE 6.2
REMOVE 10
MOUNTING SCREWS
FIGURE 6.3
37
6- REMOVAL & REPLACEMENT
Vectra™ Pro
6.4 Zip Drive Removal & Replacement
!
REMOVE HARNESS AND
RIBBON CABLE
WARNING
UNPLUG THE UNIT FROM THE POWER SOURCE
BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY REMOVAL OR
REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES TO PREVENT
ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
A. Zip Drive Removal
1. Separate Top from Bottom. Refer to 6.3, part A.
2. Remove ribbon cable from J18 of Control Board and
Zip Drive. Lay aside for re-installation. See Figure 6.4.
3. Disconnect Wiring Harness From Zip Drive. See
Figure 6.4.
4. With #1 Phillips screwdriver remove the 4 screws
securing the Zip Drive in the mounting bracket. See
Figure 6.5.
5. Remove Zip Drive from the unit.
B. Installing Zip Drive
1. Place new Zip Drive, Part Number 79350, into
mounting bracket and secure with the 4 mounting
screws. See Figure 6.5.
NOTE:
Make certain the Zip Drive is installed in the proper position to
avoid damage to the drive. See Figure 6.5.
Make certain the heat shield is installed as shown in Figure 6.6
before inserting drive mounting screws.
Do not overtighten the screws. Overtightening will damage the
threads of the screws and/or the drive.
FIGURE 6.4
REMOVE 4 SCREWS
MOUNTING DRIVE
TO BRACKET
2. Install Wiring Harness to Zip Drive and Ribbon Cable
to Zip Drive and J18 of Control Board. See Figure 6.4.
3. Install Top to Bottom. Refer to 6.3, part B.
FIGURE 6.5
INSTALL HEAT
SHIELD BEFORE
INSTALLING
SCREWS
FIGURE 6.6
38
6- REMOVAL & REPLACEMENT
Vectra™ Pro
6.5 Fan Removal & Replacement
!
POWER
DISTRIBUTION
BOARD
WARNING
UNPLUG THE UNIT FROM THE POWER SOURCE
BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY REMOVAL OR
REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES TO PREVENT
ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
A. Fan Removal
1. Separate Top from Bottom. Refer to 6.3, part A.
2. Disconnect Fan Harness from J5 on the Power
Distribution Board. See Figure 6.7.
3. With #2 Phillips screwdriver and small adjustable
wrench remove the 4 screws and locknuts securing
the Fan. See Figure 6.8.
4. Remove Fan from the unit.
B. Installing Fan
1. Place new Fan, Part Number 79532, into unit and
secure with the 4 mounting screws and locknuts. See
Figure 6.8.
!
DISCONNECT
FAN HARNESS
FIGURE 6.7
CAUTION
Be certain to install the Fan Guard on the outside of
the unit as shown in Figure 6.8 to avoid personal
injury from fan blades.
NOTE:
Do not overtighten the screws. Overtightening will damage the
threads of the screws and locknuts and/or the Fan Housing.
REMOVE 4 FAN
MOUNTING SCREWS
AND LOCKNUTS
2. Install Wiring Harness from Fan to J5 on Power
Distribution Board. See Figure 6.7.
3. Install Top to Bottom. Refer to 6.3, part B.
FIGURE 6.8
39
6- REMOVAL & REPLACEMENT
Vectra™ Pro
6.6 Control Board Removal & Replacement
!
WARNING
UNPLUG THE UNIT FROM THE POWER SOURCE
BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY REMOVAL OR
REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES TO PREVENT
ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
A. Control Board Removal
1. Separate Top from Bottom. Refer to 6.3, part A.
2. Disconnect Harnesses, Cables and Components from
Control Board as shown in Figure 6.9.
3. With #1 Phillips screwdriver remove the 4 screws
securing the Control Board to the unit.
4. Remove Control Board from the unit.
NOTE:
Be carefull not to damage or discard the nonconductive insulator
below the Control Board. It will be re-installed when installing
new Control Board.
B. Installing Control Board
1. Place nonconductive insulator, Part Number 79558
over Control Board mounting studs.
2. Place new Control Board, Part Number 79352 (latest
revision), over the mounting studs and secure with 4
screws.
3. Install Wiring Harnesses, Cables and Components as
shown in Figure 6.9.
CONTROL BOARD
HARNESS & COMPONENT KEY CHART
CONTROL BOARD
CONNECTOR DESCRIPTION
NOTE:
Make certain the ribbon cables (9 and 10) are outside the
insulator before installing the Control Board.
Do not overtighten the screws. Overtightening will damage the
threads of the plastic studs in the top.
After installing the IrDA Board (11) place a small bead of silicon
to the area where the board connects to the Control Board
Connector (J5). This secures the IrDA to avoid the connection
loosening during unit transport.
Make certain all Harness, Cable and Component Connectors
are seated completely in their respective sockets.
US (UltraSound)
J9
#1 STIM BD (Channels 1 & 2 Stim)
J10
#2 STIM BD (Channels 3 & 4 Stim– Pro4 only)
J11
PATIENT SWITCH
MANUAL STIM
SPEAKER
J12
POWER IN
J1
VIDEO
J23
TOUCHSCREEN
J20
LCD
J22
IrDA
J5
ON/OFF
J13
ZIP DRIVE
J18
CONTRAST
J14
AMPLITUDE
J15
BACKLIGHT
J21
FIGURE 6.9
40
CONTROL BOARD
CONNECTOR No.
6- REMOVAL & REPLACEMENT
Vectra™ Pro
!
WARNING
UNPLUG THE UNIT FROM THE POWER SOURCE
BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY REMOVAL OR
REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES TO PREVENT
ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
4
A. Stim Board #2 (Vectra Pro4) Removal
1. Separate Top from Bottom. Refer to 6.3, part A.
2. Disconnect Harnesses and Cables from Stim Board #2
as shown in Figure 6.10.
3. With #1 Phillips screwdriver remove the 4 screws
securing Stim Board #2 to the unit.
4. Remove Stim Board #2 from the unit.
B. Installing Stim Board #2 (Vectra Pro4)
1. Move Jumper at JP2 from pins 2 and 3 to pins 1 and
2. See Figure 6.11.
NOTE:
Make certain the Jumper is completely seated.
3
2
1
STIM BOARD #2 (VECTRA PRO4)
HARNESS KEY CHART
2. Install Software. See Section 7 for software
installation.
3. After software is installed, place new Stim Board #2,
Part Number 78325F, over the mounting studs and
secure with 4 screws.
3. Install Wiring Harnesses, Cables and as shown in
Figure 6.10.
REF
NO.
STIM BOARD #2
CONNECTOR
HARNESS
DESCRIPTION
1
J3
Channel 4 Harness
2
J4
Channel 3 Harness
3
J1
Power Distribution Board Harness
4
JP1
Stim Board to Control Board Ribbon Cable
FIGURE 6.10
MOVE JUMPER
TO PINS 1 & 2
OF JP2
(VECTRA PRO4)
NOTE:
Do not overtighten the screws. Overtightening will damage the
threads of the screws and/or the mounting studs and/or the
board.
Make certain all Harness and Cable Connectors are seated
completely in their respective sockets.
PIN 1
PIN 2
PIN 3
FIGURE 6.11
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DRAFT - FOR INTERNAL REVIEW ONLY !
6.7 Stim Board #2 (Vectra Pro4) Removal & Replacement
6- REMOVAL & REPLACEMENT
Vectra™ Pro
6.8 Stim Board #1 (Vectra Pro2 & 4) Removal & Replacement
!
WARNING
5
UNPLUG THE UNIT FROM THE POWER SOURCE
BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY REMOVAL OR
REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES TO PREVENT
ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
1
On the Vectra Pro4 it will be necessary to remove Stim Board #2
to gain access to Stim Board #1. See 6.7 “Stim Board #2 (Vectra
Pro4) Removal & Replacement” for proper procedures.
A. Stim Board #1 (Vectra Pro2 & 4) Removal
1. Separate Top from Bottom. Refer to 6.3, part A.
2. Disconnect Harnesses and Cables from Stim Board #2
as shown in Figure 6.12.
3. Remove Stim Board #2 (Vectra Pro4), refer to 6.3.
Remove the mounting studs with small adjustable
wrench to remove Stim Board #1.
4. Remove Stim Board #1 from the unit.
B. Installing Stim Board #1 (Vectra Pro2 & 4)
1. Move Jumper at JP2 to pins 2 and 3. See Figure 6.13.
NOTE:
Make certain the Jumper is completely seated.
2
3
4
STIM BOARD #1 (VECTRA PRO2 and 4)
HARNESS KEY CHART
2. Install Software. See Section 7 for Software
installation.
3. After software is installed, place new Stim Board #1,
Part Number 78325F, over the mounting studs and
secure with 4 mounting studs (Vectra Pro4) or 4
screws (Vectra Pro2).
4. Install and route Wiring Harnesses, Cables and as
shown in Figure 6.12.
REF
NO.
STIM BOARD #2
CONNECTOR
HARNESS
DESCRIPTION
1
J3
Channel 1 Harness
2
J4
Power Distribution Board Harness
3
J5
Microcurrent Harness
4
J1
Channel 2 Harness
5
JP1
Stim Board to Control Board Ribbon Cable
FIGURE 6.12
MOVE JUMPER TO
PINS 2 & 3
OF JP2
(VECTRA PRO2 & 4)
NOTE:
Make certain all Harness and Cable Connectors are seated
completely in their respective sockets.
Do not overtighten the screws. Overtightening will damage the
threads of the screws and/or the mounting studs and/or the
board.
PIN 1
PIN 2
PIN 3
FIGURE 6.13
42
6- REMOVAL & REPLACEMENT
Vectra™ Pro
6.9 Ultrasound Board Removal & Replacement
!
WARNING
UNPLUG THE UNIT FROM THE POWER SOURCE
BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY REMOVAL OR
REPLACEMENT PROCEDURES TO PREVENT
ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
REMOVE
INTERNAL SPEAKER
A. Ultrasound Board Removal
1. Separate Top from Bottom. Refer to 6.3, part A.
2. Remove internal speaker to gain access to the
Ultrasound Board. See Figure 6.14.
3. Disconnect Harnesses and Cables from Ultrasound
Board as shown in Figure 6.15.
4. Remove the mounting screws with #1 phillips
screwdriver to remove Ultrasound Board.
5. Remove Ultrasound Board from the unit.
B. Installing Ultrasound Board
1. Place new Ultrasound Board, Part Number 79291D,
over the mounting studs and secure with 4 screws.
2. Install Wiring Harnesses and Cables and as shown in
Figure 6.15.
NOTE:
Make certain all Harness and Cable Connectors are seated
completely in their respective sockets.
Do not overtighten the screws. Overtightening will damage the
threads of the screws and/or the mounting studs and/or the
board.
FIGURE 6.14
1
2
3
3. Install Internal Speaker. See Figure 6.14.
ULTRASOUND BOARD
HARNESS KEY CHART
REF
NO
ULTRASOUND
BOARD
CONNECTOR
HARNESS
DESCRIPTION
1
J2
Power Distribution Board Harness
2
J1
Ultrasound Board to Control Board Ribbon Cable
3
J3
Ultrasound Applicator
FIGURE 6.15
43
7- SOFTWARE INSTALLATION
Vectra™ Pro
7.1 Vectra Pro2 and Pro4 System Software and Upgrades
A. Tools & Equipment Required
1. Internet access to the World Wide Web to download
software from the Chattanooga Group, Inc Website
(www.vectrapro.com).
2. Zip Drive (Internal or External) to accept downloaded
software for Vectra Pro units.
NOTE:
A “User Name” and “Password” must be obtained from
Chattanooga Group, Inc. Service Department before Software
can be downloaded from the website.
Software on Zip Disk may be ordered by ordering Part Number
79604 and ask for the latest version of the System Software for
the Vectra Pro.
The “Vectra Pro Software Version 1.XX Upgrade Download
Instructions” may be printed.
FIGURE 7.1
3. When downloading make certain to carefully follow the
“Vectra Pro Software Version 1.XX Upgrade Download
Instructions” once access is gained.
B. System Software Installation
1. With Unit “ON”, remove the Zip disk from the Vectra
Pro Zip Drive. See Figure 7.1.
2. Press the Utilities icon in the top portion of the screen.
See Figure 7.2.
3. Press “Clinic Name” icon.
4. Enter “9876” using the keypad on the screen and
press “Enter”.
5. Install system software Zip Disk into Zip Drive.
6. Press “Install S/W” Icon. See Figure 7.3.
7. After software has completed its install, remove the
system software Zip Disk from the Vectra Pro Zip
Drive.
8. Re-install the “Multimedia/Anatomical Library Zip Disk
into the Zip Drive and re-start the unit.
FIGURE 7.2
NOTE:
“Strike a key when ready” indicates software installation is
complete.
The Software version number will appear in the upper portion of
the splash screen.
FIGURE 7.3
44
7- SOFTWARE INSTALLATION
Vectra™ Pro
7.2 Stim Board Software
The following instructions assume that the Stim Board(s) are
already removed from the unit. If not, refer to 6.7 and/or 6.8 for
the respective Stim Board.
A. Tools Required
1. PLCC Extractor for installing stimulator board
software.
The following instructions assume that the Stim
Board(s) are already removed from the unit. If not,
refer to 6.7 and/or 6.8 for the respective Stim Board.
B. Installation
1. Using PLCC Extractor remove chips from U6 and U9.
See Figure 7.4.
2. Using PLCC Extractor install new Software Chips into
their respective sockets. See Figure 7.5.
3. Re-install board per 6.7 and/or 6.8 for the respective
board(s).
NOTE:
The decal on the Chip(s) indicate the respective socket for
installation. See Figure 7.5.
The Chips will only install one way into the socket. See Figure
7.5.
EXTRACT
CHIPS
FIGURE 7.4
45° CHAMFER
UPPER L.H.
CORNER
SOCKET NO.
PART NO.
VERSION NO.
FIGURE 7.5
45
8- ULTRASOUND APPLICATOR CALIBRATION
8.1 General
A. Tools and Equipment Required
1. Vectra Pro2 or 4 being serviced.
2. All Ultrasound Applicators for the unit being serviced.
3. Ohmic Instruments UPM DT 10 Ultrasound Power
Meter, set to “watts”.
4. Degassed Water. Refer to page 10 for Degassed
Water Recipes.
5. The Vectra Pro unit must have version 1.12 or later
System Software installed in order for calibration to
function properly.
NOTE:
Software upgrades can be obtained from Chattanooga Group,
Inc. Vectra Pro Website (www.vectrapro.com) or order Part
Number 79604 and request version 1.12 or later to receive the
software on Zip Disk.
!
Vectra™ Pro
SET METER
TO WATTS
WARNING
USE ONLY DEGASSED WATER IN POWER METER FOR
CALIBRATING ULTRASOUND APPLICATORS.
USE OF OTHER TYPES OF WATER WILL CAUSE FALSE
READINGS AND BAD TEST RESULTS.
SEE PAGE 10 FOR DEGASSED WATER RECIPES.
USE OF OTHER BRANDS OR TYPES OF TOOLS,
EQUIPMENT, FIXTURES, MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES
OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFICALLY LISTED IN “A. Tools
and Equipment Required” ABOVE WILL GIVE BAD TEST
AND CALIBRATION RESULTS.
IF PROPER EQUIPMENT IS NOT AVAILABLE OR CAN NOT
BE OBTAINED, SEND THE ULTRASOUND APPLICATORS
TO THE FACTORY FOR CALIBRATION.
FIGURE 8.1
B. Ultrasound Applicator Calibration Procedures
1. Perform the following on all Ultrasound Applicators for
the unit being serviced at least annually.
2. With unit “ON” and Ultrasound Applicator installed,
press the “Utilities” icon.
3. Press “Utrasound Calibration”.
4. Obtain “Code” from Chattanooga Group, Inc. Service
Department and enter it into keypad. Press “Accept”.
5. Place the Ultrasound Applicator being calibrated into
the Ohmic Instruments UPM DT 10 Ultrasound Power
Meter and set meter to “watts”. See Figure 8.1.
6. Press “Start US Calibration”. See Figure 8.2.
NOTE:
“Temperature” should be at 125 or above for best results, (the
higher the “Temperature” number the lower the actual
temperature).
When scan is complete, a “Chime” will be heard.
After “Chimes” are heard, “Set power to 4.0 Watts then press
Next...” will display just above the graph.
FIGURE 8.2
46
8- ULTRASOUND APPLICATOR CALIBRATION
Vectra™ Pro
7. Rotate the “Intensity Control” clockwise until 4.0 is
displayed on the Ohmic Instruments UPM DT 10
Ultrasound Power Meter. See Figure 8.3.
8. Press “Next Step” icon.
9. Press “Save Data”.
NOTE:
After pressing “Save Data” a window will appear stating “Saving
calibration data to applicator...”. After this is complete, the Vectra
Pro will go back to the “Ultrasound Calibration Window.
If a message appears stating, “Error: Applicator EPROM is full!”,
the applicator cannot be calibrated and must be replaced.
10. After the Vectra Pro is at the main Ultrasound
Calibration Window, press “Frequency” until “3.3
MHz” is displayed in red in the “Frequency” icon.
11. Repeat steps 6 through 9.
12. Repeat steps 2 through 10 for each Ultrasound
Applicator for the unit being serviced.
13. After calibration of all applicators is complete perform
Ultrasound Applicator Output Tests on all Applicators.
Refer to 5.17 Ultrasound Applicator Output Test.
!
ROTATE CLOCKWISE TO INCREASE
ROTATE COUNTER-CLOCKWISE TO DECREASE
FIGURE 8.3
WARNING
ORDER A NEW ULTRASOUND APPLICATOR TO
REPLACE ONE THAT IS OUTSIDE THE
SPECIFICATIONS OR WILL NOT CALIBRATE.
47
9- TECHNICAL MAINTENANCE
Vectra™ Pro
9.1 General
A. Technical Maintenance Schedule
1. The Service Tests found in Section 5 Troubleshooting
should be performed at least annually from the first
date each Vectra Pro unit was placed into service.
These tests will verify that the equipment is operating
within OEM Specifications.
2. Use the Maintenance/Troubleshooting Test Data Sheet
to record all test results for a particular unit when
performing Technical Maintenance, Ultrasound
Calibration and/or Troubleshooting.
3. Should it be necessary or desired to have the factory
perform annual calibration and technical maintenance,
contact the Chattanooga Group, Inc Service
Department.
4. Should it become necessary to send the unit to the
factory for repair after Troubleshooting has been
performed, send a copy of the completed
Maintenance/Troubleshooting Test Data Sheet for the
particular unit requiring factory service. This
information is essential to the Service Department in
repairing and sending the unit back in a timely fashion.
5. Find the Maintenance/Troubleshooting Test Data
Sheet at the end of this section. You may copy this as
necessary to record data for the Vectra Pro units.
48
Maintenance/Troubleshooting Test Data Sheet
Vectra Pro Model No.:
Serial No.:
Service Date:
Customer:
Customer Contact:
Phone:
Ext:
Approved Service Technician:
TEST & RESULT
VISUAL INSPECTION
❑ OK
SERVICE MANUAL
REFERENCE
❑ FAILED*
TEST & RESULT
5.3
SERVICE MANUAL
REFERENCE
ULTRASOUND TESTS
GROUND RESISTANCE TEST
❑ LESS THAN 0.1 OHM
❑ FAILED*
5.4
US APPLICATOR IDENTIFICATION
❑ PASSED
❑ FAILED*
LEAKAGE TESTS FROM NFPA STANDARDS
❑ OK
❑ FAILED*
5.5
US APPLICATOR OUTPUT TESTS
UNIT STARTUP AND FAN TEST
❑ OK
❑ FAILED*
5.6
DEGASSED WATER O2 LEVEL:
2 WATT– OUTPUT READING:
5.8
4 WATT– OUTPUT READING:
INTERFERENTIAL (IFC) MODE TEST
❑ WAVE FORM GOOD
❑ FAILED*
5.9
5cm2 APPLICATOR
1 WATT– OUTPUT READING:
PREMODULATED MODE TEST
❑ WAVE FORM GOOD
❑ FAILED*
5.10
RUSSIAN MODE TEST
❑ WAVE FORM GOOD
❑ AMPS REACHED 100
5.11
❑ FAILED*
❑ FAILED*
❑ FAILED*
5 WATT– OUTPUT READING:
10 WATT– OUTPUT READING:
10cm2 APPLICATOR
1 WATT- OUTPUT READING:
5 WATT- OUTPUT READING:
5.12
MICROCURRENT PROBE MODE TEST
❑ TONE/PITCH GOOD
❑ FAILED*
5.13
15 WATT– OUTPUT READING:
HIGH VOLT MODE TEST
❑ WAVE FORM GOOD
❑ AMPS LESS THAN 1.5
5.14
US DUTY CYCLE TEST (5cm2)
10% - OUTPUT READING:
CHIME TEST
❑ UNIT CHIMED
❑ FAILED*
!
5.18
2 WATT– OUTPUT READING:
MICROCURRENT MODE TEST
❑ WAVE FORM GOOD
❑ FAILED*
❑ FAILED*
❑ FAILED*
5.2
2cm2 APPLICATOR
1 WATT– OUTPUT READING:
STIMULATOR TESTS
(Perform the tests on all channels as required)
Complete a separate sheet on units with channels 3 & 4
VMS MODE TEST
❑ WAVE FORM GOOD
5.17
10 WATT– OUTPUT READING:
20% - OUTPUT READING:
5.15
5.19
50% - OUTPUT READING:
100%- OUTPUT READING:
WARNING
USE OF ANY OTHER SPECIAL TOOLS, FIXTURES AND MATE-
RIALS REQUIRED OTHER THAN THOSE LISTED IN 5.2 OF
THE VECTRA PRO SERVICE MANUAL WILL GIVE INACCURATE READINGS AND TEST RESULTS.
USE DEGASSED WATER ONLY IN THE OHMIC INSTRUMENTS UPM
DT 10 ULTRASOUND POWER METER. SEE PAGE 10 FOR
DEGASSED WATER RECIPES.
*Record detailed description of failure on the back of this sheet or
additional paper and attach to this sheet.
49
COMBO OPERATION TEST
❑ WAVE FORM GOOD
❑ FAILED*
5.20
SCREEN CONTRAST TEST
❑ PASSED
❑ FAILED*
5.21
ZIP DISK TEST
❑ PASSED
❑ FAILED*
5.22
DEFAULT SETUP TEST
❑ PASSED
❑ FAILED*
5.23
Vectra™ Pro
40
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