PG350 Exam & Treatment Table Operating Manual

PG350 Exam & Treatment Table Operating Manual
USER MANUAL
PG Series &
Ultrasound Series
PG SERIES
ULTRASOUND SERIES
made in the USA
with US & imported parts
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Product Use Description ..................................................................................................... 1
Important Safety Instructions
Symbol Identification..................................................................................................... 1
Safety Instructions ......................................................................................................1-2
Product Description & Photo
PG350 .............................................................................................................................. 3
PG300 .............................................................................................................................. 4
PG200 .............................................................................................................................. 5
General - General with Fowler - General 3 Section ................................................... 6
Women’s Imaging ......................................................................................................... 7
Multi-Specialty .............................................................................................................. 8
Echocardiography ......................................................................................................... 9
Vascular with Fowler .................................................................................................. 10
Vascular ........................................................................................................................ 11
Installation
Grounding .................................................................................................................... 12
Directions for Use
Control Operations
PG200 .................................................................................................................. 13
PG350 & PG300 .................................................................................................. 14
General ............................................................................................................... 15
General with Fowler, Multi-Specialty & Women’s Imaging ������������������������ 16
Electric Sliding Cardio Panel Tables ............................................................... 17
Vascular with Fowler ........................................................................................ 18
Vascular............................................................................................................... 19
Side Rail Use................................................................................................................ 20
Retractable Foot Rest (stirrup) Use............................................................................ 20
Detachable Arm Board Use........................................................................................ 20
Adjustable Angle Back Support................................................................................. 21
Central Base Locking System .................................................................................... 21
Locking Casters Use..................................................................................................... 21
Manual Adjustable 4 Position Leg Rest Use............................................................. 22
Procedure Tray............................................................................................................ 22
Sliding Cardio Panel................................................................................................... 23
Vascular Integrated Foot Board............................................................................ 23-24
Vascular Patient Restraint Strap................................................................................ 24
Paper Roll Holder........................................................................................................ 24
Table Extender............................................................................................................. 25
QuickLock Face Rest .................................................................................................. 25
Patient Lift Compatible Base...................................................................................... 26
T-Rail Adapter ............................................................................................................ 26
Hand Control Safety Lock-Out ................................................................................. 26
Cleaning & Disinfection .................................................................................................... 27
Inspections & Maintenance ............................................................................................. 27
Warranty Information ......................................................................................................... 27
Model Number & Serial Number ..................................................................................... 28
Specifications
Product Specifications ................................................................................................ 29
Environmental Conditions ........................................................................................ 29
Electrical Specifications ............................................................................................. 29
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration Electromagnetic emissions ........................................................................................ 30
Recommended separation distances ......................................................................... 30
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration Electromagnetic immunity ................................................................................... 31-32
Contact Information .......................................................................................... back cover
PRODUCT USE DESCRIPTION / IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
PRODUCT USE DESCRIPTION
The PG and Ultrasound Tables are used to support the patient during examinations and procedures.
It is intended to be operated by a healthcare professional in a medical environment. No special training is required but a review of the following Safety Instructions is important for the safety of the
operator and patient. The healthcare professional should read and understand this entire manual
before use with a patient. There are no known contradictions to the use of this equipment.
SYMBOL IDENTIFICATION
This symbol, when used in this manual and on product labels, represents a caution
warning. Be sure to read and comply with all precautions and warnings.
This symbol, when used in this manual and on product labels, warns against an
electrical shock hazard. Be sure to observe and comply with all warnings.
This symbol, when used in this manual or on product labels, indicates a Protective Earth
(Ground) Terminal.
This symbol, when used in this manual or on product labels, indicates that the
product should be protected from moisture. The humidity specifications for Transport &
Storage are listed in the environmental conditions section of this manual.
This symbol is used to indicate that the operator should consult the user manual.
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This symbol, when used in this manual and on product labels, indicates that the table
and components are a Type B Applied Part pursuant to IEC 60601-1: 2005.
This symbol, when used in this manual or on product labels, indicates alternating
current (AC).
This symbol, when used in this manual or on product labels, indicates direct current
(DC).
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
The Fowler (Backrest) and Leg Rest sections are not designed to support the entire weight of the patient. Do not sit on the
Fowler or Leg rest sections.
The table is not to be used as a gurney or to transport patient from room to room.
When the footboards are in the down position, it is possible for them to hit the ground in low height and high tilt conditions. Operate the table with the footboard up if possible. If not, then check ground clearance to prevent damage to the
footboard.
Medical Electrical Equipment needs special precautions regarding EMC and needs to be installed and put into service according to
the EMC information provided in this manual.
1
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
The use of accessories, transducers, and cables other than those specified by the manufacturer, may result in increased emissions or
decreased immunity of the table.
The table should not be used adjacent to or stacked with other equipment and that if adjacent or stacked use is necessary, the table should
be observed to verify normal operation in the configuration in which it will be used.
The table is designed to be a stand alone table used with hand held ultrasound probes. This table must not be modified or
incorporated into any other equipment.
As with any moving mechanism there are potential pinch points around and underneath the table top. It is the responsibility of the operator of this equipment to insure that bystanders are not in the area below or around this equipment during
operation.
Proper operation of this equipment is very important for the safety of the operator, patient, and any other individuals in the
area of this equipment. Directions for use of this equipment are described in this manual. The operator should read these sections carefully.
Weight Limit: (patient and accessories) 550 lbs./250 kg. Do not exceed.
Be certain that the table is completely lowered without any tilt being present prior to discharging an ambulatory patient.
The patient may lose balance and fall.
This table is not suitable for use in the presence of flammable anesthetic mixture with air or oxygen or nitrous oxide.
Do not put excessive weight on the extended end (beyond the main top) of the cardio panel. Maximum capacity is 150
lbs. / 68 kg.
When lowering the table or using the Trendelenburg functions, make sure there is nothing underneath the table top that
can impede motion (like stools, cabinets, accessory parts, cleaners, etc.).
Use this furnishing only for its intended use as described in these instructions. Do not use attachments not recommended by
the manufacturer.
Close supervision is necessary when this furnishing is used by, or near children, invalids, or disabled persons.
All motor actuators & lifting columns have a duty cycle of approximately 10%, meaning 2 minutes of operation within a
20 minute period. Exceeding this duty cycle can damage this equipment.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock or injury to persons:
1. Unplug this furnishing from the electrical outlet before cleaning.
2. Unplug from outlet before adding or removing parts.
3. Never operate this furnishing if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, if it has been dropped or
damaged, or dropped into water. Contact Oakworks Customer Service before use.
4. Keep the cord away from heated surfaces.
5. Never drop or insert any object into any opening.
6. Do not use outdoors.
7. Do not operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or where oxygen is being administered.
DANGER
For procedures where accidental table motion is a safety concern, the handset control must be locked out.
Risk of electric shock - Connect this furnishing to a properly grounded outlet only. See Grounding Instructions in this
manual.
Electrical Shock Hazard. The power supply/control module is located under the table seat. No user serviceable parts are inside
the control box. Refer servicing to qualified personnel. Unplug wall plug prior to contact with any cables connected to the
power supply.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
PG350
Paper roll
holder
foot control
Manual 4
position leg
rest
Electric
Backrest
Electric
Lift Towers
Locking
Casters
optional hand control
STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS
OPTIONS
Motion 1
Powered 22”-38” (55.9-96.5 cm.) Height Range
Central Base Locking System
Motion 2
Powered ±15º Trendelenburg/ Reverse
Trendelenburg
Side Rails (2)
Motion 3
Powered 0-80º Fowler
Hand Control - All powered motions
Motion 4
Manual 4 Position Leg Rest
Patient Lift Compatible Base
Foot Control
All powered Motions
Paper Roll Holder
Accommodates up to 21” (53.3 cm.) rolls
(roll not included)
ACCESSORIES
Table Voltage Options 120V/60Hz or 230V/50Hz
Table Capacity
550 lbs. (250 kg.) (patient and accessories)
Widths
27” (69 cm.) or 30” (76 cm.)
Length - 3 section
Fowler – 34” (86 cm.), Seat – 24” (61 cm.),
Leg Rest – 13” (33 cm.)
4” (10 cm.) Locking
Casters
Locking / Unlocking Casters for mobile or
permanent positioning
Padding
3” (8 cm.) or 4” (10 cm.) Comfort Foam™
Upholstery
Terra Touch™
Table
Weight*
Retractable Foot Rests (Stirrups)
T-rail Adapter
QuickLock Face Pad
Accessory Mounting Plate (Fowler end only)
Table Extender - 12” (30.5 cm.) Long
359 lbs. (163 kg.)
Warranty
3 year parts, 1 year labor
Safety Listings
FDA, cETLus, CE marked
For electrical specs, see Specifications section.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
PG300
Paper roll
holder
Electric
Backrest
foot control
Electric
Lift Towers
Locking
Casters
optional hand control
STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS
OPTIONS
Motion 1
Powered 22”-38” (55.9-96.5 cm.) Height Range
Central Base Locking System
Motion 2
Powered ±15º Trendelenburg/ Reverse
Trendelenburg
Side Rails (2)
Motion 3
Powered 0-80º Fowler
Patient Lift Compatible Base
Foot Control
All powered Motions
Paper Roll Holder
Accommodates up to 21” (53.3 cm.) rolls
(roll not included)
ACCESSORIES
Table Voltage Options 120V/60Hz or 230V/50Hz
Table Capacity
550 lbs. (250 kg.) (patient and accessories)
Widths
27” (69 cm.) or 30” (76 cm.)
Length - 2 section
Fowler – 34” (86 cm.), Seat – 38” (97 cm.)
4” (10 cm.) Locking
Casters
Locking / Unlocking Casters for mobile or
permanent positioning
Padding
3” (8 cm.) or 4” (10 cm.) Comfort Foam™
Upholstery
Terra Touch™
Table
Weight*
Hand Control - All powered motions
T-rail Adapter
QuickLock Face Pad
Accessory Mounting Plate (Fowler end only)
Table Extender - 12” (30.5 cm.) Long
359 lbs. (163 kg.)
Warranty
3 year parts, 1 year labor
Safety Listings
FDA, cETLus, CE marked
For electrical specs, see Specifications section.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
PG200
Paper roll
holder
foot control
Electric
Lift Towers
Locking
Casters
optional hand control
STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS
OPTIONS
Motion 1
Powered 22”-38” (55.9-96.5 cm.) Height Range
Central Base Locking System
Motion 2
Powered ±15º Trendelenburg/ Reverse
Trendelenburg
Side Rails (2)
Foot Control
All powered Motions
Patient Lift Compatible Base
Paper Roll Holder
Accommodates up to 21” (53.3 cm.) rolls
(roll not included)
ACCESSORIES
Table Voltage Options 120V/60Hz or 230V/50Hz
Table Capacity
550 lbs. (250 kg.) (patient and accessories)
Widths
27” (69 cm.) or 30” (76 cm.)
Length
Rectangular Top – 72” (183 cm.)
4” (10 cm.) Locking
Casters
Locking / Unlocking Casters for mobile or
permanent positioning
Padding
3” (8 cm.) or 4” (10 cm.) Comfort Foam™
Upholstery
Terra Touch™
Table Weight*
359 lbs. (163 kg.)
Warranty
3 year parts, 1 year labor
Safety Listings
FDA, cETLus, CE marked
Hand Control - All powered motions
T-rail Adapter
QuickLock Face Pad
Accessory Mounting Plate (per end)
Table Extender - 12” (30.5 cm.) Long
For electrical specs, see Specifications section.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
wle
Fo
r an
gle
Paper roll
holder (1)
up t
o7
5º
General
Shown with Optional Fowler (Back Rest)
Upholstered Top
Optional
electric
Fowler (1)
hand control
Electric
Lift Towers (2)
optional foot control
Locking
Casters (4)
STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS
OPTIONS
Motion 1
Powered 22”-38” (55.9-96.5 cm.) Height Range
Electric Fowler
Motion 2
Powered ±15º Trendelenburg/ Reverse
Trendelenburg
Manual 4 Position Leg Rest
Motion 3 (option)
Powered 0-75º Fowler
Hand Control
3 or 2 section General – Motions 1-3
1 section General – Motions 1 & 2
Sliding Cardio Panel - Electric or Manual (30” Width & Left
side only)
Paper Roll Holder
Accommodates up to 21” (53.3 cm.) rolls
(roll not included)
Table Voltage Options 120V/60Hz or 230V/50Hz
Central Base Locking System
Side Rails (2)
Adjustable access/back support - Left (3, 2 &1 section
tables)
Table Capacity
550 lbs. (250 kg.) (patient and accessories)
Adjustable access/back support - Right (3, 2 &1 section
tables)
Widths
27” (69 cm.) or 30” (76 cm.)
Foot Control - All powered motions
Length - 1 section
Rectangular Top – 72” (183 cm.)
Patient Lift Compatible Base
Length - 2 section
Fowler – 34” (86 cm.), Seat – 38” (97 cm.)
ACCESSORIES
Length - 3 section
Fowler – 34” (86 cm.), Seat – 24” (61 cm.),
Leg Rest – 13” (33 cm.)
Detachable Arm Board
4” (10 cm.) Locking
Casters
Locking / Unlocking Casters for mobile or
permanent positioning
QuickLock Face Pad
Padding
3” (8 cm.) Comfort Foam™
Upholstery
Terra Touch™
Table Weight*
359 lbs. (163 kg.)
Warranty
3 year parts, 1 year labor
Safety Listings
FDA, cETLus, CE marked
T-rail Adapter
Accessory Mounting Plate (Per end - Fowler end only on 3
section tables)
Table Extender - 12” (30.5 cm.) Long
For electrical specs, see Specifications section.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
o7
5º
Women’s Imaging
Paper roll
holder (1)
angle
ler
w
Fo
up t
Electric
Fowler
Adjustable
angle back
support (Right
side is standard)
hand control
Electronic Lift
Towers (2)
Adjustable
Stirrups (2)
optional foot control
Manual
Adjustable
Four Position
Leg Section
Locking
Casters (4)
STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS
OPTIONS
Motion 1
Powered 22”-38” (55.9-96.5 cm.) Height Range
Central Base Locking System
Motion 2
Powered ±15º Trendelenburg/ Reverse
Trendelenburg
Sliding Cardio Panel - Electric or Manual (30” Width & Left
side only)
Motion 3
Powered 0-75º Fowler
Side Rails (2)
Motion 4
Manual Adjustable 4 Position Leg Rest
Adjustable access/back support - Left side
Hand Control
All powered motions
Foot Control - All powered motions
Paper Roll Holder
Accommodates up to 21” (53.3 cm.) rolls
(roll not included)
Procedure Tray (30” Width only)
Table Voltage Options 120V/60Hz or 230V/50Hz
Table Capacity
550 lbs. (250 kg.) (patient and accessories)
Widths
27” (69 cm.) or 30” (76 cm.)
Length - 3 section
Fowler – 34” (86 cm.), Seat – 24” (61 cm.),
Leg Rest – 13” (33 cm.)
4” (10 cm.) Locking
Casters
Locking / Unlocking Casters for mobile or
permanent positioning
Patient Lift Compatible Base
ACCESSORIES
Detachable Arm Board
T-rail Adapter
QuickLock Face Pad
Accessory Mounting Plate (Per end - Fowler end only)
Table Extender - 12” (30.5 cm.) Long
Retractable Foot Rests Adjustable footrests to accommodate any
(Stirrups)
patient or procedure
Adjustable Access/
Back Support - Right
Manual 4 position back support for patient
positioning
Padding
3” (8 cm.) Comfort Foam™
Upholstery
Terra Touch™
Table Weight*
359 lbs. (163 kg.)
Warranty
3 year parts, 1 year labor
Safety Listings
FDA, cETLus, CE marked
For electrical specs, see Specifications section.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
wle
Fo
r
Electric
fowler
Paper roll
holder (1)
up t
o7
5º
Multi-Specialty
angle
Adjustable
angle back
support (2)
hand control
Electronic Lift
Towers (2)
Adjustable
Stirrups (2)
Manual
Adjustable
Four Position
Leg Section
Central Base
Locking System
Locking Casters (4)
foot control
STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS
OPTIONS
Motion 1
Powered 22”-38” (55.9-96.5 cm.) Height Range
Motion 2
Powered ±15º Trendelenburg/ Reverse
Trendelenburg
Sliding Cardio Panel - Electric or Manual (30” Width & Left
side only)
Side Rails (2)
Motion 3
Powered 0-75º Fowler
Patient Lift Compatible Base
Motion 4
Manual Adjustable 4 Position Leg Rest
ACCESSORIES
Hand & Foot Controls All powered motions
Detachable Arm Board
Paper Roll Holder
T-rail Adapter
Accommodates up to 21” (53.3 cm.) rolls
(roll not included)
Table Voltage Options 120V/60Hz or 230V/50Hz
QuickLock Face Pad
Table Capacity
550 lbs. (250 kg.) (patient and accessories)
Accessory Mounting Plate (Per end - Fowler end only on 3
section tables)
Widths
27” (69 cm.) or 30” (76 cm.)
Table Extender - 12” (30.5 cm.) Long
Lengths - 3 section
Fowler – 34” (86 cm.), Seat – 24” (61 cm.),
Leg Rest – 13” (33 cm.)
Adjustable Access/
Back Supports
Left & Right side Manual 4 position back
supports for patient positioning
Central Base Locking
System
Easily lockable system for extra security
4” (10 cm.) Locking
Casters
Locking / Unlocking Casters for mobile or
permanent positioning
Padding
3” (8 cm.) Comfort Foam™
Upholstery
Terra Touch™
Table Weight*
359 lbs. (163 kg.)
Warranty
3 year parts, 1 year labor
Safety Listings
FDA, cETLus, CE marked
For electrical specs, see Specifications section.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
º
75
ler
Fow
angle
Paper roll
holder (1)
up
to
Echocardiography
Electric
Fowler
Sliding
Cardio
Panel
Electronic Lift
Towers (2)
Adjustable
angle back
support (Right
side is standard)
hand control
Locking
Casters (4)
foot control - manual cardio
foot control - electric cardio
STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS
OPTIONS
Motion 1
Powered 22”-38” (55.9-96.5 cm.) Height Range
Central Base Locking System
Motion 2
Powered ±15º Trendelenburg/ Reverse
Trendelenburg
Sliding Cardio Panel - Electric Upgrade (Left side only)
Motion 3
Powered 0-75º Fowler
Foot Control - All powered motions
Hand Control
All powered motions
Patient Lift Compatible Base
Paper Roll Holder
Accommodates up to 21” (53.3 cm.) rolls
(roll not included)
ACCESSORIES
Table Voltage Options 120V/60Hz or 230V/50Hz
Table Capacity
550 lbs. (250 kg.) (patient and accessories)
Width
30” (76 cm.)
Lengths - 2 section
Fowler – 34” (86 cm.), Seat – 38” (97 cm.)
Adjustable Access/
Back Support - Right
Manual 4 position back support for patient
positioning
Manual Sliding Cardio
Panel - Left side only
Adjusts open up to 15” (38.1 cm.)
4” (10 cm.) Locking
Casters
Locking / Unlocking Casters for mobile or
permanent positioning
Padding
3” (8 cm.) Comfort Foam™
Upholstery
Terra Touch™
Table Weight*
359 lbs. (163 kg.)
Warranty
3 year parts, 1 year labor
Safety Listings
FDA, cETLus, CE marked
Side Rails (2)
Detachable Arm Board
T-rail Adapter
QuickLock Face Pad
Accessory Mounting Plate (Per end - Fowler end only)
Table Extender - 12” (30.5 cm.) Long
For electrical specs, see Specifications section.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
T
n
dele
ren
Paper roll
holder (1)
b u rg
Electric
Fowler
up to 70º re
ver
se
Vascular with Fowler
Patient
Restraint
Strap (1)
Side Rail (2)
hand control
Electronic Lift
Towers (2)
optional foot control
Integrated
Foot Board (2)
Locking
Casters (4)
STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS
OPTIONS
Motion 1
Powered 23”-40” (58.4-101.6 cm.) Height Range
Central Base Locking System
Motion 2
Powered 15º Trendelenburg
Sliding Cardio Panel - Manual (30” Width & Left side only)
Motion 3
Powered 0-70º Reverse Trendelenburg
Adjustable access/back support - Left side
Motion 4
Powered 0-75º Fowler
Adjustable access/back support - Right side
Hand Control
All powered motions
Foot Control - All powered motions
Paper Roll Holder
Accommodates up to 21” (53.3 cm.) rolls
(roll not included)
Patient Lift Compatible Base
Table Voltage Options 120V/60Hz or 230V/50Hz
Table Capacity
550 lbs. (250 kg.) (patient and accessories)
Widths
27” (69 cm.) or 30” (76 cm.)
Lengths - 2 section
Fowler – 34” (86 cm.), Seat – 38” (97 cm.)
Integrated Foot Board
Split, drop away
Patient Restraint Strap Must be used during all procedures
Side Rails (2)
Increased stability and security for patients
4” (10 cm.) Locking
Casters
Locking / Unlocking Casters for mobile or
permanent positioning
Padding
3” (8 cm.) Comfort Foam™
Upholstery
Terra Touch™
Table
Weight*
ACCESSORIES
Detachable Arm Board
T-rail Adapter
QuickLock Face Pad
Accessory Mounting Plate (Per end - Fowler end only)
Table Extender - 12” (30.5 cm.) Long
425 lbs. (205 kg.)
Warranty
3 year parts, 1 year labor
Safety Listings
FDA, cETLus, CE marked
For electrical specs, see Specifications section.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
T
se
er
elenburg
rend
Paper roll
holder (1)
up t o
40º
re
v
Vascular
Patient
Restraint
Strap (1)
hand control
Side Rail (2)
Electronic Lift
Towers (2)
optional foot control
Integrated
Foot Board (2)
Locking
Casters (4)
STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS
OPTIONS
Motion 1
Powered 23”-40” (58.4-101.6 cm.) Height Range
Central Base Locking System
Motion 2
Powered 15º Trendelenburg
Motion 3
Powered 40º Reverse Trendelenburg
Sliding Cardio Panel - Electric or Manual (30” Width & Left
side only)
Hand Control
All powered motions
Adjustable access/back support - Left side
Paper Roll Holder
Accommodates up to 21” (53.3 cm.) rolls
(roll not included)
Adjustable access/back support - Right side
Foot Control - All powered motions
Table Voltage Options 120V/60Hz or 230V/50Hz
Patient Lift Compatible Base
Table Capacity
550 lbs. (250 kg.) (patient and accessories)
ACCESSORIES
Widths
27” (69 cm.) or 30” (76 cm.)
Detachable Arm Board
Length - 1 section
Rectangular Top – 72” (183 cm.)
T-rail Adapter
Integrated Foot Board
Split, drop away
QuickLock Face Pad
Patient Restraint Strap Must be used during all procedures
Accessory Mounting Plate (Per end - Fowler end only)
Side Rails (2)
Increased stability and security for patients
Table Extender - 12” (30.5 cm.) Long
4” (10 cm.) Locking
Casters
Locking / Unlocking Casters for mobile or
permanent positioning
Padding
3” (8 cm.) Comfort Foam™
Upholstery
Terra Touch™
Table Weight*
425 lbs. (205 kg.)
Warranty
3 year parts, 1 year labor
Safety Listings
FDA, cETLus, CE marked
For electrical specs, see Specifications section.
11
INSTALLATION
All tables come completely assembled and ready to use. Plug the cord into a functioning outlet that is
rated for the table. (see Grounding below)
Arrange the power cord and control cords so that they will not create a tripping hazard and where
the controls are located to your liking and are conveniently accessible.
Be sure access to plug is not blocked for disconnecting the table from power.
GROUNDING
DANGER
Risk of Electric Shock - Connect this furnishing to a properly grounded outlet only.
This product must be grounded. If it should malfunction or break down, grounding
provides a path of least resistance for electrical current to reduce the risk of electric
shock. This product is equipped with a cord having an equipment-grounding conductor
and a grounding pin. The pin must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is prop erly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances. See U.S.
sample below.
Grounding Methods

Correct Implementation

Incorrect Implementation
Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock. Check with a qualifie d electrician or service person if you are in doubt as to
whether the product is properly grounded. Do not modify the plug provided with the
product - if it will not fit the outlet; have a proper outlet installed by a qualified elec trician.
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DIRECTIONS FOR USE
CONTROL OPERATIONS - PG200
CAUTION
Do not sit on the Fowler (Backrest) or Leg Rest sections.
Do not leave the patient unattended.
When lowering the table or using the Trendelenburg functions, make sure there is nothing
that can impede motion (like stools, cabinets, accessory parts, cleaners, etc.)
The Foot Control and optional Hand Control operate all functions of the table with the touch of a
button. Follow the directions below to access these functions.
optional hand control
Reverse Trendelenburg:
Height UP:
activates tilt up to 15º
elevates tabletop
positioning stops when table is
level; press again to continue.
Trendelenburg functions are preserved during elevation
Trendelenburg:
Height Down:
activates tilt up to 15º
lowers tabletop
positioning stops when table is
level; press again to continue
Trendelenburg functions are preserved during lowering
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DIRECTIONS FOR USE
CONTROL OPERATIONS - PG350 & PG300
CAUTION
Do not sit on the Fowler (Backrest) or Leg Rest sections.
Do not leave the patient unattended.
When lowering the table or using the Trendelenburg functions, make sure there is nothing
that can impede motion (like stools, cabinets, accessory parts, cleaners, etc.)
Height Up:
optional hand control
elevates tabletop
Reverse Trendelenburg:
Trendelenburg functions are
preserved during elevation
activates tilt up to 15º
Fowler Up:
positioning stops when table is
level; press again to continue.
activates fowler
up to 75º
Trendelenburg:
activates tilt up to 15º
positioning stops when table is
level; press again to continue
Fowler Down:
Height Down:
activates fowler
down to level position
lowers tabletop
table is lowered from
any position
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DIRECTIONS FOR USE
CONTROL OPERATIONS - GENERAL
CAUTION
Do not sit on the Fowler (Backrest) or Leg Rest sections.
Do not leave the patient unattended.
When lowering the table or using the Trendelenburg functions, make sure there is nothing
that can impede motion (like stools, cabinets, accessory parts, cleaners, etc.)
The Hand Control and optional Foot Control operate all functions of the table with the touch of a
button. Follow the directions below to access these functions.
Reverse Trendelenburg:
Trendelenburg:
activates tilt up to 15º
activates tilt up to 15º
positioning stops when
table is level; press again
to continue
positioning stops when
table is level; press again
to continue
Height UP:
Height Down:
elevates tabletop
lowers tabletop
Trendelenburg functions are
preserved during elevation
Trendelenburg functions are
preserved during lowering
Trendelenburg
function
Height
function
optional 2 function foot control
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DIRECTIONS FOR USE
CONTROL OPERATIONS - MULTI-SPECIALTY,
WOMEN’S IMAGING & GENERAL WITH FOWLER
CAUTION
Do not sit on the Fowler (Backrest) or Leg Rest sections.
Do not leave the patient unattended.
When lowering the table or using the Trendelenburg functions, make sure there is nothing
that can impede motion (like stools, cabinets, accessory parts, cleaners, etc.)
Reverse Trendelenburg:
Trendelenburg:
activates tilt up to 15º
activates tilt up to 15º
positioning stops when table is
level; press again to continue.
positioning stops when table is
level; press again to continue
Height Up:
Height Down:
elevates tabletop
lowers tabletop
Trendelenburg functions are
preserved during elevation
table is lowered from
any position
Height
function
Fowler Up:
Fowler Down:
activates fowler
up to 75º
activates fowler
down to level position
Trendelenburg
function
Fowler
function
optional 3 function foot control
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DIRECTIONS FOR USE
CONTROL OPERATIONS - MULTI-SPECIALTY &
ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY WITH ELECTRIC SLIDING PANEL
CAUTION
Do not sit on the Fowler (Backrest) or Leg Rest sections. Do not leave the patient unattended. Do
not sit on the cardio panel. When lowering the table or using the Trendelenburg functions, make
sure there is nothing that can impede motion (like stools, cabinets, accessory parts, cleaners, etc.)
Reverse Trendelenburg:
Trendelenburg:
activates tilt up to 15º
activates tilt up to 15º
positioning stops when table is
level; press again to continue.
positioning stops when table is
level; press again to continue
Height Up:
Height Down:
elevates tabletop
lowers tabletop
Trendelenburg functions are
preserved during elevation
Trendelenburg functions are
preserved during lowering
Fowler Up:
Fowler Down:
activates fowler
up to 75º
activates fowler
down to level position
Height
function
Fowler
function
Cardio Close:
Cardio Open:
closes the cardio panel
opens the cardio panel
Trendelenburg
function
Cardio
function
optional 4 function foot control
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DIRECTIONS FOR USE
CONTROL OPERATIONS - VASCULAR WITH FOWLER
CAUTION
Do not sit on the Fowler (Backrest) or Leg Rest sections. Do not leave the patient unattended. The Patient Restraint Strap must be used during all procedures. When lowering the table
or using the Trendelenburg functions, make sure there is nothing that can impede motion
(like stools, cabinets, accessory parts, cleaners, etc.)
Reverse Trendelenburg:
Trendelenburg:
activates tilt up to 15º
activates tilt up to 15º
positioning stops when table is
level; press again to continue.
positioning stops when table is
level; press again to continue
Height Up:
Height Down:
elevates tabletop
lowers tabletop
Trendelenburg functions are
preserved during elevation
Trendelenburg functions are
preserved during lowering
Fowler Up:
Fowler Down:
activates fowler
up to 75º
activates fowler
down to level position
Height
function
Fowler
function
Vascular Tilt Up:
Vascular Tilt Down:
Vascular tilt up to 25º
Lowers the vascular tilt
Trendelenburg
function
Vascular
function
optional 4 function foot control
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DIRECTIONS FOR USE
CONTROL OPERATIONS - VASCULAR
CAUTION
Do not sit on the Fowler (Backrest) or Leg Rest sections. Do not leave the patient unattended. The Patient Restraint Strap must be used during all procedures. When lowering the table
or using the Trendelenburg functions, make sure there is nothing that can impede motion
(like stools, cabinets, accessory parts, cleaners, etc.)
Reverse Trendelenburg:
Trendelenburg:
activates tilt up to 15º
activates tilt up to 15º
positioning stops when table is
level; press again to continue.
positioning stops when table is
level; press again to continue
Height Up:
Height Down:
elevates tabletop
lowers tabletop
Trendelenburg functions are
preserved during elevation
table is lowered from
any position
Vascular Tilt Up:
Height
function
Vascular Tilt Down:
Lower the vascular tilt
Vascular tilt up to 25º
Trendelenburg
function
Vascular
function
optional 3 function foot control
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DIRECTIONS FOR USE
SIDE RAIL USE
TO LOWER SIDE RAILS
TO RAISE SIDE RAILS
Push side rail in lightly towards the center of the table,
then push locking knob down towards the table base.
Fold side rails down and under the table.
Grasp side rail and rotate to the raised position. When
fully up, the side rail will lock into position. Check that
the rail is locked by applying light outward pressure.
RETRACTABLE FOOT RESTS (STIRRUP) USE
CAUTION
1. Fully lower the manual adjustable foot rest to allow
access to the stirrup.
Pinch Point - Keep fingers away from pinch point.
2. Grasp Stirrup handle &
pull out firmly while lifting
slightly. Pull fully out.
3. Fold out to fully open
position.
To store stirrups, lift slightly, rotate towards the middle of the table and
fold the foot rest down. Then lift slightly and push into the storage position.
4. To rotate stirrup to the
desired angle, lift slightly
and move to the desired
position. There are 3
detent positions. Stop lifting and move slightly left
or right for the nearest
detent position.
5. To reduce stirrup
length, lift the handle
slightly and push into
desired position. Stirrup
will automatically lock
into nearest detent position.
DETACHABLE ARM BOARD USE
CAUTION
Do not put excessive weight or pressure on the Arm Board.
This product can be used on any of Oakworks
ultrasound tables with a T-Rail Adapter and can
support a variety of positioning configurations.
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DIRECTIONS FOR USE
ADJUSTABLE ANGLE BACK SUPPORT
CAUTION
Do not sit on the Adjustable Angle Back Support. (Max Capacity 150 lbs. (68 kg.))
TO RAISE BACK SUPPORT
Lift panel to desired angle. Panel will
automatically lock into nearest set point.
Panel can be raised to a full 90º position.
TO LOWER BACK SUPPORT
Press support bar against plastic plate and hold
until back support is lowered to desired position.
CENTRAL BASE LOCKING SYSTEM
LOCKING THE SYSTEM
Press down on locking arm with your foot to
lock table to the floor.
UN-LOCKING THE SYSTEM
Lift up on locking arm with your foot to unlock
table from the floor.
LOCKING CASTERS USE
All four casters should be locked at all times during use with a patient.
LOCKING THE CASTERS
1. Place your shoe on the end of the casters locking tab.
2. Press firmly downward until you here a clicking noise
and the caster is locked.
UN-LOCKING THE CASTERS
1. Place your shoe on top of the casters locking tab.
2. Press firmly inward and downward until you here a
clicking noise and the caster is unlocked.
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DIRECTIONS FOR USE
MANUAL ADJUSTABLE FOUR POSITION LEG REST USE
CAUTION
Do not sit on the Fowler (Backrest) or Leg Rest. (Max Capacity 150 lbs. (68 kg.))
TO RAISE THE LEG REST
TO LOWER THE LEG REST
Raise the leg rest by pulling it up from the lower center
end of the table to the proper position for the procedure.
Use a slow or medium speed. If you raise the leg rest too
fast, the height locking mechanism will not engage. The
leg rest will lock into the closest height position.
Raise the leg rest above horizontal to unlock the
latch. Lower the leg rest to the fully down position.
For intermediate positions, follow directions “TO
RAISE THE LEG REST.”
PROCEDURE TRAY USE
CAUTION
Make sure the Leg Rest is fully lowered before using the procedure tray. Do not sit or push on
the Procedure Tray when extended from the seat. Maximum Weight rating of 15 lbs. (6.8 kg.)
Slide out the Procedure Tray
by pulling on the center slot
of the tray holder until the
tray stops. After a procedure
is performed, remove the
Procedure Tray with both
hands at the side notches
from the tray holder. Discard
fluids, clean and place back
into tray holder.
CLEANING AND DISINFECTING INSTRUCTIONS
If fluid spill under the seat cushion, follow these instructions:
1. Remove the seat pad by pulling
up from the edge. The pad is held
on by Velcro.
2. Pull out the 2 pins on both sides
of the metal plate near the end of
the Procedure tray holder. Slide
the tray holder and Procedure
Tray out from the seat section.
3. Unscrew the 4 black handles at
the corners of the metal plate. Slide
the metal plate off from the seat
section and disinfect all surfaces.
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DIRECTIONS FOR USE
SLIDING CARDIO PANEL USE
CAUTION
Make sure all parts of the patient’s anatomy are clear of the sliding cardio panel when closing.
Do not sit or put excessive weight on the sliding cardio panel. (Max Capacity 150 lbs. (68 kg.))
The Sliding Cardio Panel allows you to adjust the
opening of the size you need, up to 15” (38 cm.).
PRIOR TO MOVING THE CARDIO PANEL
Make sure patient weight is not on the panel.
MANUAL CARDIO PANEL
1. Grasp the Cardio Panel.
2. Lift up slightly.
3. Slide the panel to the
desired opening width.
ELECTRIC CARDIO PANEL
1. Use the hand control or optional
foot control to open the cardio
panel to the desired opening width .
INTEGRATED FOOT BOARD USE
CAUTION
Mount & dismount the table in the flat position. Do not use the foot board as a step to
mount the table. When the foot boards are in the down position, it is possible for them to hit
the ground in low height or trendelenburg conditions. Operate the table with the foot board up if possible. If not, then
check ground clearance to prevent damage to the foot boards. Make sure the foot boards are securely positioned before
the patient places weight on them. The Patient Restraining Strap must be used during all procedures to prevent the patient
from falling off the table.
2" (5 cm.)
position
4" (10 cm.)
position
staggered
position
anti-skid
surface
TO RAISE THE FOOT BOARD TO THE 2” (5 cm.) POSITION
With footboard in the down
position, grasp the rod at 90º
bend. Push into the table until
it stops.
Grasp with one hand at 90º
bend and rotate foot board
180º with second hand until
in the up position.
Grasp with one hand at 90º
bend and pull away from
table to lock in up position.
Check locking by moving footboard left and right.
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DIRECTIONS FOR USE
TO MOVE THE FOOT BOARD TO THE 4” (10 cm.) POSITION
Grasp the rod at 90º
bend and push into
the table to unlock.
With your second
hand, grasp the foot
board & rotate 180º
to the down position.
Grasp the rod at 90º
bend and pull to the
4” (10 cm.) position.
With your second
hand, grasp the foot
board and rotate 180º
to the up position
Grasp the rod at 90º
bend and pull away
from the table to
lock in position.
Check locking by moving footboard left and right.
VASCULAR PATIENT RESTRAINING STRAP USE
CAUTION
The Vascular Patient Restraining Strap must be used during all procedures to prevent from
falling off the table.
VASCULAR FLAT TOP TABLES
VASCULAR WITH FOWLER TABLES
Install the strap under the rail to the top.
Install the strap under the Fowler section & above all rails.
PAPER ROLL HOLDER USE
To load the paper, pull down on
the 2 paper holder support arms
located on the under side of the
Fowler section and rotate to the 90º
position.
Insert the rod through the paper roll
and place the rod into the holes in
the support arms.
Pull paper and thread through the paper
cutter across the upholstered top to keep in
place and to cut used paper after a procedure.
Note: The paper “cutter” strap is attached with hook and loop
fastener. This allows strap tension adjustment if necessary.
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DIRECTIONS FOR USE
TABLE EXTENDER USE
CAUTION
Do not put excessive weight or pressure on the table extender.
The Table Extender lengthens the
table allowing for access to the
patient’s neck for exams such as
carotid artery and thyroid.
NOTE: You will need an
accessory mounting plate in
order to use the table extender.
QUICKLOCK FACE REST
1. Locate the Accessory
Mounting Plate.
2. Insert the Table Extender
tubes into the Accessory
Mounting Plate.
* U.S. Patent #5,177,823
Do not put excessive weight or pressure on the Quicklock Face Rest. Do not extend the
dowels of the Quicklock Face Rest 3” (7.6 cm.) from the Fowler (Backrest) section.
CAUTION
Double articulating action provides nearly limitless positioning options with the QuickLock™ Face
Rest. The adjustable pad takes pressure off sensitive facial areas while providing superb support. The
QuickLock™ Face Rest can be used in both prone and supine positioning and folds out of the way
when not in use. Adjustments are made easily by loosening the cam locks, adjusting for height and
angle and then locking the cam locks into the desired position.
QuickLock™
Face Rest
NOTE: You will need an
Important Safety Note:
accessory mounting plate in
order to use the QuickLock™
face rest.
Insert dowels into
Accessory Mounting Plate
Loosen Cam Locks &
adjust face rest into place.
Maximum Distance from edge
of Table = 3” (7.6 cm.)
Tighten the Cam Locks.
The Face Rest can be used
for either prone or supine
positioning.
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DIRECTIONS FOR USE
PATIENT LIFT COMPATIBLE BASE
This option allows the use of patient lifts. The high clearance
base permits patient lifts to slide easily under the center of the
table for stable transfers. This option must be ordered with table.
• Includes larger, 5” diameter Heavy Duty locking Casters
• Central Base Locking System is not available with this option.
T-RAIL ADAPTER USE
Clamp & pole
not included.
The T-Rail Adapter can be attached at designated locations on the table, allowing the use of any
t-rail accessory. Attach or remove using the knobs shown.
NOTE: on 27” wide tables, the paper roll holder support arm must be folded down to allow
installation of the T-Rail adapter next to the paper roll holder. After installation, the paper roll
holder support arm can be raised to the normal position.
HAND CONTROL SAFETY LOCK OUT
On specialty table models, there is a hand
control lock out located next to the side rail.
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CLEANING & DISINFECTION / INSPECTIONS / WARRANTY
CLEANING & DISINFECTION
WARNING
Before cleaning with any liquid cleaner be sure to unplug the power cord from the outlet.
Use a 10% sodium hypochlorite (bleach) solution or Recommended Disinfectants on all surfaces. Clean all sides
of each upholstered section. Follow the directions on the disinfectant and wipe off excess.
Recommended Disinfectants
Protex, MadaCide, Accell TB, Virox®
Note: Damage caused by unapproved substances will not be covered under the warranty.
DO NOT use citrus based cleaners or other strong cleaners, such as alcohol, acetone, higher concentrations of
bleach or other products that contain high concentrations of these substances.
DO NOT
expose the fabric to temperatures below 50°F/10°C or above 104°F/40°C.
DO NOT
expose the fabric to direct sunlight, adhesives, liquids, or abrasive materials.
INSPECTIONS & MAINTENANCE
RECOMMENDED REGULAR INSPECTIONS (monthly or local standard)
• Check for damage to the power, hand control or foot control cables.
• Visually inspect components for obvious damage that could cause problems during operation.
RECOMMENDED PERIODIC INSPECTIONS (yearly or local standard)
• Check for damage to the power, hands control or foot control cables and all visible wiring.
• Visually inspect components for obvious damage that could cause problems during operation.
• Check all mechanical functions using the hand control. Repeat using the foot control. Check for abnormal
noises.
• Replace any missing or illegible labels.
• Check that all fasteners are present and fastened securely.
• Check table grounding.
• Clean unusual buildup of dirt on the chair and/or parts of the chair not normally cleaned on a regular
basis.
• Check for tears or cracks in the upholstery.
MAINTENANCE
• No specific maintenance tasks are required.
• Oakworks medical tables/chairs are designed and built to provide many years of dependable service.
Please follow local regulations and laws when disposing of the electrical components used in this chair.
• For
all Customer Service related problems refer to the Service Manual
WARRANTY
View complete warranty details at www.oakworks.com
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MODEL NUMBER & SERIAL NUMBER
MODEL & SERIAL NUMBERS
The model number and serial number are located
on the lift column at the foot end of the table.
Model Number
16796025 USGNG23022723MTTZZ2S
Ser#: USF565022
US G2 30 x 22-38 x 72 3M/TT/2S
TTSKYBLUE 01/04/2013 Order#:654321
Notes: Sample Product Label
Serial Number
Model Numbers and Serial Numbers always start with a letter.
MODEL NUMBER DESCRIPTION
USGNXXXXXXXX3MTTXXXX
Options
Spaces not used
Fabric: TerraTouch
Padding: Comfort Plus
Table Top Length
Minimum Table Height
Table Width
Top
G1
G2
G3
V1
V2
Base
GN: Ultrasound Series
EX: PG Series
Table
US: Ultrasound Series
PG: PG Series
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SPECIFICATIONS
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Weight
359-452 lbs. (163-205 kg.)
Shipping Weight
452-544 lbs. (205-247 kg.)
Lifting Capacity
550 lbs. (250 kg.)
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Conditions
Normal Use
Storage & Transport
Temperature
Humidity
Atmospheric Pressure
50° (10°C) to 104° (40°C)
20% to 60% RH
98 to 105 kPa
-20° (-29°C) to 135° (57°C)
20% to 95% RH
98 to 105 kPa
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Designed for:
Input Service
Maximum Momentary
Current Consumption
Voltage Output to
Actuators
Electric Shock
Protection
Tabletop Applied Part
Ingress Protection Rating
Made of Operation
North America
Europe
Japan
120 VAC/15 amp/60 Hz
230 VAC/10 amp/50/60 Hz
100 VAC/10 amp/50/60 Hz
4.0 amps
2.0 amps
5.0 amps
24 VDC
24 VDC
24 VDC
Class 1 Equipment
Class 1 Equipment
Class 1 Equipment
Type B Applied Part
Type B Applied Part
Type B Applied Part
IPX0
IPX0
IPX0
Intermittent Operation
MAX 2 minutes ON
18 minutes off
Intermittent Operation
MAX 2 minutes ON
18 minutes off
Intermittent Operation
MAX 2 minutes ON
18 minutes off
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SPECIFICATIONS
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration - electromagnetic emissions
The table is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or the
user of the table should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Emissions Test
Compliance
RF emissions
CISPR 11
Group 1
RF emissions
CISPR 11
Class A
Harmonic emissions
IEC 61000-3-2
Class A
Voltage fluctuations /
flicker emissions
IEC 61000-3-3
Complies
Electromagnetic environment - guidance
The table uses RF energy only for its internal
function. Therefore, its RF emissions are very low
and are not likely to cause any interference in
nearby electronic equipment.
The table is suitable for use in all establishments
other than domestic and those directly connected to the public low-voltage power supply
network that supplies buildings used for domestic
purposes.
Recommended separation distances
between portable and mobile RF communications equipment and the table
The table is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF disturbances
are controlled. the customer or the user of the table can help prevent electromagnetic interference
by maintaining a minimum distance between portable and mobile RF communications equipment
(transmitters) and the table as recommended below, according to the maximum output of the
communications equipment.
Separation distance according to frequency of transmitter (m)
Rated maximum output
power of transmitter
150 kHz to 80 MHz
80 MHz to 800 MHz
800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
W
d = 1.2 √ P
d = 1.2 √ P
d = 2.3 √ P
0.01
0.12
0.12
0.23
0.1
0.38
0.37
0.73
1
1.2
1.2
2.3
10
3.8
3.8
7.3
100
12
12
23
For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended separation
distance d in meters (m) can be estimated using the equation applicable to the frequency of the
transmitter, where P is maximum output power rating of the transmitter in watts (W) according to the
transmitter manufacturer. transmitter manufacturer.
NOTE 1 At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the separation distance for the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by
absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration - electromagnetic immunity
The table is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or the
user of the table should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Immunity Test
Electrostatic discharge
(ESD)
IEC 60601 test level
Compliance level
±6 kV contact
±6 kV contact
±8 kV air
±8 kV air
±2 kV for power supply lines
±2 kV for power supply lines
±1 kV for input/output lines
Not applicable
Surge
±1 kV line(s) to line(s)
±1 kV line(s) to line(s)
IEC 61000-4-5
±2 kV line(s) to earth
±2 kV line(s) to earth
<5 % UT
(>95 % dip in UT)
for 0,5 cycle
<5 % UT
(>95 % dip in UT)
for 0,5 cycle
40 % UT
(60 % dip in UT)
for 5 cycles
40 % UT
(60 % dip in UT)
for 5 cycles
70 % UT
(30 % dip in UT)
for 25 cycles
70 % UT
(30 % dip in UT)
for 25 cycles
<5 % UT
(>95 % dip in UT)
for 5 sec
<5 % UT
(>95 % dip in UT)
for 5 sec
IEC 61000-4-2
Electrical fast transient/
burst
IEC 61000-4-4
Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage
variations on power supply
input lines IEC 61000-4-11
Power frequency (50/60
Hz) magnetic field IEC
61000-4-8
3A/m
3A/m
Electromagnetic
environment - guidance
Floors should be wood,
concrete or ceramic tile.
If floors are covered with
synthetic material, the relative humidity should be at
least 30 %.
Mains power quality should
be that of a typical commercial or hospital environment.
Mains power quality should
be that of a typical commercial or hospital environment.
Mains power quality should
be that of a typical commercial or hospital environment. If the user of the
table requires continued
operation during power
mains interruptions, it is
recommended that the
table be powered from an
uninterruptible power supply or a battery.
Power frequency magnetic
fields should be at levels
characteristic of a typical
location in a typical commercial or hospital environment.
NOTE UT is the a.c. mains voltage prior to application of the test level.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Guidance and manufacturer’s declaration - electromagnetic immunity
The table is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The customer or the
user of the table should assure that it is used in such an environment.
Immunity Test
IEC 60601 test level
Electromagnetic
environment - guidance
Compliance level
Portable and mobile RF communications equipment
should be used no closer to any part of the table, including cables, than the recommended separation
distance calculated from the equation applicable
to the frequency of the transmitter.
Recommended separation distance
d = 1.2 √ P
d = 1.2 √ P 80 MHz to 800 MHz
d = 2.3 √ P 800 MHz to 2,5 GHz
Conducted RF
IEC 61000-4-6
3 Vrms
150 kHz to 80 MHz
Radiated RF
IEC 61000-4-3
3 V/m
80 MHz to 2,5 GHz
3Vrms
3V/m
Where P is the maximum output power rating of the
transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter
manufacturer and d is the recommended separation distance in meters (m).
Field strengths from fixed RF transmitters, as determined by an electromagnetic site survey, ashould be
less than the compliance level in each frequency
range. b
Interference may occur in the vicinity of equipment
marked with the following symbol:
NOTE 1 At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the higher frequency range applies.
NOTE 2 These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and
reflection from structures, objects and people.
Field strengths from fixed transmitters, such as base stations for radio (cellular/cordless) telephones and land mobile
radios, amateur radio, AM and FM radio broadcast and TV broadcast cannot be predicted theoretically with accuracy. To assess the electromagnetic environment due to fixed RF transmitters, an electromagnetic site survey should be
considered. If the measured field strength in the location in which the table is used exceeds the applicable RF compliance level above, the table should be observed to verify normal operation. If abnormal performance is observed,
additional measures may be necessary, such as re-orienting or relocating the table
a
b
Over the frequency range 150 kHz to 80 MHz, field strengths should be less than 3 V/m.
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USER MANUAL
PG Series &
Ultrasound Series
CONTACT INFORMATION:
Oakworks® Inc.
923 East Wellspring Road
New Freedom, PA 17349
Phone: 717-235-6807
FAX: 717-235-6798
www.oakworksmed.com
3034177
CONFORMS TO:
ANSI/AAMI STD ES60601-1
IEC STD 60601-1 3RD EDITION
IEC STD 60601-1-2 3RD EDITION
IEC STD 60601-1-6 3RD EDITION
CERTIFIED TO CAN/CSA STD C22.2 NO. 60601-1
CB TEST CERTIFICATE AND REPORT
Manual Part Number MMMNST0018-EN
Revision level: B
made in the USA
with US & imported parts
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