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No. 2D730-520EN*C

No. 2D730-520EN*C

SERVICE MANUAL FOR DIAGNOSTIC ULTRASOUND SYSTEM

SERVICE MANUAL FOR DIAGNOSTIC ULTRASOUND SYSTEM / MODELS SSA-660A/SSA-680A [MAINTENANCE VOLUME]

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SERVICE MANUAL FOR DIAGNOSTIC ULTRASOUND SYSTEM / MODELS SSA-660A/SSA-680A [MAINTENANCE VOLUME]

MODELS

SSA-660A/SSA-680A

[MAINTENANCE VOLUME]

(2D730-520EN*C)

SSA-660A/SSA-680A [MAINTENANCE VOLUME] (2D730-520EN*C) © TOSHIBA MEDICAL SYSTEMS CORPORATION 2007-2010 ALL RIGHTS

© TOSHIBA MEDICAL SYSTEMS CORPORATION 2007-2010 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

No. 2D730-520EN*C

IMPORTANT!

1. No part of this manual may be copied or reprinted, in whole or in part, without written permission.

2. The contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice and without our legal obligation.

No. 2D730-520EN*C

REVISION RECORD REASON PAGE REV. DATE SER. DOC. (MM/YY) /AUTHOR CHANGED No. PRODUCT. INI. 09/'07
REVISION RECORD
REASON
PAGE
REV.
DATE
SER.
DOC.
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CHANGED
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PRODUCT.
INI.
09/'07
Mr. Nakai
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TM-WP2
*A
09/'08
Support of Xario V7.0 and Xario XG V2.0
Mr. Nakai
Sections 5, 7,
10
*B
05/'09
Support of Xario V8.0 and Xario XG V3.0
Mr. Nakai
Sections 4, 7,
9
*C
04/'10
Support of Xario V9.0 and Xario XG V4.0
Mr. Kikuchi
All pages

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CONTENTS

Page

1. INTRODUCTION ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9

1.1 Maintenance Menu Configuration (For Users)------------------------------------------------------------- 9

1.2 Service Menu Configuration (For Service Engineers) --------------------------------------------------10

2. OUTLINE OF MENUS---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------11

2.1 Outline of Points Common to the Maintenance and Service Menus --------------------------------11

2.2 Outline of the Maintenance Menu----------------------------------------------------------------------------11

2.3 Outline of the Service Menu-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------12

2.4 Reboot Function--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------13

3. MAINTENANCE MENU FUNCTIONS-------------------------------------------------------------------------------14

3.1 Activation and Termination ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------14

3.2 Archiving -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------15

3.3 System Maintenance--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------16

3.4 Remote Access Management --------------------------------------------------------------------------------21

3.5 Image Quality Report -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------22

4. SERVICE MENU FUNCTIONS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------23

4.1 Activation ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------23

4.2 Termination--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------26

4.3 Information Function --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------27

4.3.1 Site------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------27

4.3.2 System-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------29

4.3.3 HW/SW ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------31

4.3.4 Peripherals--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------34

4.3.5 Software -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------35

4.3.6 Network------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------36

4.3.7 Configuration -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------40

4.3.8 Service Config.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------43

4.4 Test Tools Function ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------45

4.4.1 Diagnostics -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------45

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4.4.2 HDD ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------50

4.4.3 DICOM-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------51

4.5 Maintenance ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------54

4.5.1 File Maintenance ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------54

4.5.2 Log------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------62

4.5.3 Report--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------68

4.5.4 Service History---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------69

4.6 Utilities--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------70

4.6.1 Command Line---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------70

4.6.2 Stationing Application ------------------------------------------------------------------------------71

4.6.3 Remote Application ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------72

4.7 Shortcuts-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------73

4.7.1 Smart Backup ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------73

4.7.2 Software Upgrade-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------75

4.8 System Setting Function ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------76

4.8.1 ExamType Setting ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------76

4.8.2 Regulation---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------77

5. TROUBLESHOOTING --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------78

5.1 Troubleshooting for Power Supply Problems -------------------------------------------------------------78

5.2 Troubleshooting for Monitor Problems----------------------------------------------------------------------86

5.2.1 Self Test switch --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------87

5.2.2 Checking the monitor operation using a PC --------------------------------------------------88

5.3 Troubleshooting for the Operating Panel ------------------------------------------------------------------89

5.4 Troubleshooting for VCR and Printer Problems----------------------------------------------------------91

5.5 Troubleshooting for Front-End Section Problems--------------------------------------------------------92

5.6 Troubleshooting for Network Problems------------------------------------------------------------------- 100

5.7 DICOM-Related Troubleshooting --------------------------------------------------------------------------103

6. CALIBRATION TEST --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------105

6.1 When Is Calibration Required?----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 105

6.2 Calibration Test Procedure ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 105

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6.3 Checking the Calibration Data------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 111

7. PROCEDURES FOR REPLACING A BOARD AND CHANGING THE FIRMWARE OF A BOARD-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------112

7.1 Required Steps for Each Board ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 112

7.2 Preparation ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 113

7.3 Replacing a Board/PSA --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------114

7.4 Writing the Firmware------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 114

7.5 Calibration Test-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------115

7.6 Applying the Board Information and Calibration Results --------------------------------------------- 115

7.7 Starting Up the System Again ------------------------------------------------------------------------------116

7.8 Replacing the RM Board and PSA ------------------------------------------------------------------------117

7.8.1 Identification of the RM board according to the system version ----------------------- 117

7.8.2 Work after replacement of the old-version RM board (for Xario V6.2/XarioXG V1.2 or earlier) ----------------------------------------------------- 118

7.8.3 Work after replacement of the new-version RM board----------------------------------- 122

7.8.4 Work after replacement of the new-version RM board (if the name label is not applied on the graphic card) ------------------------------------ 124

7.8.5 Work after replacement of the new-version RM board (if the name label is applied on the graphic card) ----------------------------------------- 128

7.8.6 Work after replacement of the new-version RM board (if the name label is applied on the graphic card and the system logo is displayed on the TCS)--------------------------------------------------- 131

7.8.7 Work after replacement of the new-version RM board (if the name label is applied on the graphic card but the system logo is not displayed on the TCS)---------------------------------------------- 133

8. STARTING THE BOARD TESTS-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------145

9. RESETTING THE PRINTERS--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 148

9.1 Resetting the Printer Settings to the Factory Defaults------------------------------------------------148

9.2 Changing the Settings ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------149

9.3 Factory Defaults (UP-D897, P93DW, P95DW, UP-D23MD, UP-D25MD, CP900DW, and CP30DW) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 149

10. OPERATING PROCEDURES FOR THE INFORMATION COLLECTION TOOL----------------------- 173

11. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICE TOOL AND WORK PROCEDURES --------------------------------------- 176

11.1 Composition of Service Tool -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 176

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11.2 Description of Each Tool and Work Procedures ------------------------------------------------------- 177

11.2.1 01.Stopz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------177

11.2.2 02.StopAplio----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------179

11.2.3 03.Restart Aplio------------------------------------------------------------------------------------181

11.2.4 04.Update Aplio------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 183

11.2.5 05.Firmware Loading----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 185

11.2.6 06.Calibration ADC/SCW/TCS----------------------------------------------------------------- 191

11.2.7 07.Drv Install ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------205

11.2.8 08.Port Filterings ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 207

11.2.9 09.Uncommon Tools ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 209

APPENDIX A. INCREASING THE CAPACITY OF THE IMAGE STORAGE DRIVE (FOR SYSTEMS WITH V2.00 OR LATER)---------------------------------------------------------- 223

A.1

Overview --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 223

A.2

Preparation ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 224

A.3

Recording the Image Folder Sharing Information for Drive E---------------------------------------225

A.4

Changing the Drive Letter for Drive E--------------------------------------------------------------------- 227

A.5

Changing the Drive Letter for Drive Y--------------------------------------------------------------------- 228

A.6

Changing the Drive Letter for Drive Q -------------------------------------------------------------------- 228

A.7

Changing the Drive Labels ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 229

A.8

Moving the Data------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 230

A.9

Changing the Image Folder Sharing Information in Drive E----------------------------------------- 231

A.10

Starting Up the System Again ------------------------------------------------------------------------------231

APPENDIX B. INSTALLING THE AGP CARD (GLADIAC534) DRIVER THAT SUPPORTS MECHA 4D------------------------------------------------------------------------- 232

B.1

Preparation ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 232

B.2

Installing the Gladiac534 Driver ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 233

B.2.1

Uninstalling the unnecessary driver ---------------------------------------------------------- 233

B.2.2

Installing the Gladiac534 driver ---------------------------------------------------------------- 235

B.2.3

Updating the MA board information----------------------------------------------------------- 245

APPENDIX C. INSTALLING THE AGP CARD (MILLENNIUMG550) DRIVER THAT DOES NOT SUPPORT MECHA 4D ---------------------------------------------------------- 247

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C.1

Preparation ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 247

C.2

Installing the MillenniumG550 Driver----------------------------------------------------------------------248

C.2.1

Uninstalling the unnecessary driver ---------------------------------------------------------- 248

C.2.2

Installing the MillenniumG550 driver --------------------------------------------------------- 250

C.2.3

Updating the MA board information----------------------------------------------------------- 259

APPENDIX D. CONFIRMATION OF THE HDD AND REGISTRATION OF SERIAL NUMBER-----------261

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1.

INTRODUCTION

The test system described in this manual is used for maintenance and servicing of diagnostic ultrasound systems. It consists of a maintenance menu which assists the user in maintenance of diagnostic ultrasound systems and a service menu that assists the service engineers in servicing diagnostic ultrasound systems.

Note: The service menu functions are not available to users.

1.1

Maintenance Menu Configuration (For Users)

The maintenance menu is composed of the following 6 items.

 

Menu name

Description (use and purpose)

1

Archiving

Used to regularly back up user-specific data on separate media as a measure against problems such as HDD failure.

Allows the use of removable media.

2

System Test

Used to check if the hardware is operating normally.

When something appears to be wrong with the operation of a device, this function can be used to check the status of the device.

This function can identify the malfunctioning board.

The test results can be saved in the HDD according to the specified settings

3

System Maintenance

A template is provided for the user's daily check record.

4

Communication

This function allows the user to transmit requests and notifications to the service company.

This function is also used to check and read the response from the service company.

5

Remote Access

With this function, the user can permit the service company to perform remote maintenance on the system via a network or telephone line.

Management

6

Image Quality Report

When a problem (such as noise) occurs for an image, the settings, such as the imaging conditions, can be saved on the HDD together with the problem image

Note:

1.

Data recorded on the HDD must be backed up regularly.

 

2.

Menus 2 and 4 in the table above will be supported in the future.

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1.2 Service Menu Configuration (For Service Engineers)

The service menu is composed of the following items:

 

Item

Description (use and purpose)

Information

1) Site

Looking up and updating site data

2) System

Looking up and updating system data

3) HW/SW

 
 

a) Common I/F

Looking up and updating hardware data

 

b) Peripherals

Looking up and updating peripheral device data

 

c) Software

Looking up and updating software data

 

d) Option Install

Looking up and updating the installed optional software program data

4) Network

 
 

a) Network I/F (TCP/IP)

Looking up and updating network setting data for the diagnostic ultrasound system

 

b) Modem

Looking up and updating modem setting data

 

c) IV Setup

Looking up and updating InnerVision setting data

5) Configuration

 
 

a) DICOM

Basic settings for DICOM communication

 

b) Advanced DICOM

Advanced setting for DICOM communication

 

c) File Transfer

Basic settings for data transfer

6) Service Config.

Looking up and updating user menu show/hide settings

Test Tools

1) Diagnostics

Diagnostic ultrasound system testing

2) HDD

Scandisk

3) DICOM

DICOM test

4) Probe *1

Transducer deterioration test

5) Front End *1

Performance check of the front-end analog sections

Maintenance

1) File Maintenance

 
 

a) User Data Backup/Restore

Backup and restoration of user-specific data

 

b) File Transfer

File transfer using an FTP

2)

Log

 

a) Original Log *1

Log display of service results

 

b) Event Viewer

Log display using Event Viewer

3) Report

Viewing the information entered using the Communication user menu and sending responses.

4) Service History

Looking up and updating service history data

5) Performance *1

Display of phantom image acquisition procedure

Utilities

1) Command Line

Execution of commands

2) Stationing Application *1

Setting of the alpha protocol and card reader

3) Remote Application

Display of pop-up windows on the diagnostic ultrasound system

Short Cut

1) Smart Backup

Backup of user-specific data and preset data

2) Software Upgrade

Software version upgrade

System

1) ExamType Setting

Selection of Exam Type to be set in the system

Setting

2) Regulation

Setting of the edition of the IEC standard to which the system conforms

Service Exit

1)

Exit

Termination of the service menu

*1:

These functions will be supported in the future.

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2.

OUTLINE OF MENUS

2.1

Outline of Points Common to the Maintenance and Service Menus

(1)

Operation

 

When the menu screen is opened, a full-screen dialog box for specifying the functions to be started up is displayed. When service mode is started up, the touch panel screen and the panel are placed in service mode until service mode is terminated. Usual panel operation and touch panel screen operation are disabled in service mode.

 

(2)

Restarting interrupted software

 

If service mode is started when other software components are in the interrupted status, it may not be possible to restart the software after exiting service mode. The system may have to be turned OFF and restarted after servicing is completed.

2.2

Outline of the Maintenance Menu

Operation of the maintenance menu is possible only at the diagnostic ultrasound systems. The menu is provided as a pop-up menu. The Image Quality Report function, however, is provided in the OTHER menu on the touch panel.

(1) Basic maintenance menu window The maintenance menu window is configured with the following basic
(1)
Basic maintenance menu window
The maintenance menu window is configured with the following basic format.
Cancel
Go
Exit
Each window has [Cancel], [Go], and [Exit] buttons. The buttons have the following
functions:
(a)
[Go]
:
Executes the specified process.
(b)
[Cancel] :
Stops the process in progress immediately. The process in progress is
returned to the status before execution.
(c)
[Exit]
:
Closes the window.
(2)
Setting of whether menus are to be displayed

It is possible to set whether or not the System Test, System Maintenance, Image Quality Report, and Communication menus are displayed. The settings are specified in Service Config in the service menu (refer to subsection 4.3.8).

In the default status, the System Test and Communication menus are not displayed. These menus should not be displayed until the corresponding function is supported.

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2.3 Outline of the Service Menu

The service menu can be operated in two ways: by displaying it on the system monitor or by accessing it using a remote PC.

The service menu can be operated in two ways: operation at the system by displaying it on the system monitor or remote-access operation by displaying it on the InnerVision system.

(1)

Service menu window

Service menu main window

remote-access operation by displaying it on the InnerVision system. (1) Service menu window Service menu main

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Service menu item window: When an item is selected, a window with the following configuration is displayed.

When this button is clicked, the service menu main window is displayed. When this button
When this button is clicked, the service
menu main window is displayed.
When this button is clicked,
an explanation of the page is displayed.
·
The directory-tree structure of the items in each category is displayed here.
·
When an item is clicked, the corresponding page is displayed.

2.4 Reboot Function

The system is rebooted automatically in the following cases:

(1)

When system operation becomes unstable

(2)

When the basic system settings are changed

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3.

MAINTENANCE MENU FUNCTIONS

3.1

Activation and Termination

(1) Activation Press the MENU switch on the panel, select Maintenance in the pop-up menu,
(1)
Activation
Press the MENU switch on the panel, select Maintenance in the pop-up menu, and then
select the desired function in the submenu.
(a)
Archiving, System Maintenance, Remote Access Management
These functions are activated by selecting the corresponding function name in the
Maintenance submenu.
(b)
Image Quality Report
This function is activated by pressing [IQ Report] in the OTHER menu on the touch
panel.
(2)
Termination

To terminate a function, select Exit in the dialog box for the function. Refer to the explanation of termination processing for each function.

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3.2

Archiving

(1)

Purpose

 

(a)

Used to regularly back up the user-specific data on separate media as a measure against problems such as HDD failure.

(b)

The data to be backed up is listed below:

User-defined measurement data (values defined using Application Preset Editor in Exam Type Edit in the System Setting pop-up menu)

User-defined system presets (preset values defined in General Preset, Peripheral System, OUTPUT, and Exam Information in the System Setting pop-up menu) and Imaging presets (imaging parameter information that can be saved for each Exam Type displayed by pressing the Preset switch on the touch panel)

Service-related presets (preset values defined in the service menu)

 

Note:

Removable media must be used to back up the user-specific data. The system identification data must be stored on the media. Otherwise, the media is ejected automatically and the data cannot be saved. Each system requires dedicated media.

(2)

Display window

Rescans the media. · Displays the removable media drop-down list. · The drive in which
Rescans the media.
· Displays the removable media drop-down list.
· The drive in which the media is already
inserted is given display priority.
The time required for backup
is displayed here.

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No.

Item

Description

1.

Drive

Used to specify the drive (external media) for making the backup copy.

2.

Refresh Drive List

Used to obtain the drive connection data

3.

Initialize Media

Used to write system identification data onto backup media. This process cannot be aborted.

This button is disabled during backup operation

4.

Progress Status Bar

Indicates the progress of archiving.

5.

[Cancel]

Aborts backup operation. The data backed up before the process was aborted cannot be restored (the directory name is changed).

6.

[Go]

Starts backup operation.

7.

[Exit]

Closes the window.

(3)

Brief description of the procedure

(a)

Prepare (insert) the media for backup.

(b)

Select a drive.

(c)

Press [Initialize Media].

(d)

Press [Go] in the bottom right part of the window.

(e)

The backup process starts.

(f)

The backup process ends. When the backup data is saved, the media is ejected automatically from the drive.

(g)

Press [Exit] in the bottom right corner to close the window.

3.3 System Maintenance

(1)

Purpose

Provides a template for the daily check conducted by the user.

Provides a hard copy of the check record and saves the check record on the HDD.

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(2)

Display window

No. 2D730-520EN*C (2) Display window (a) Check window No. Item Description 1. Check items • Items

(a) Check window

No.

Item

Description

1.

Check items

Items to be checked.

In the pull-down menu, select No Execution, Pass, or Fail. The default is No Execution for all items.

2.

Site and system data

Displays the site and system data (data is displayed automatically).

3.

Date

Test date (Displayed automatically. The date format normally used in the system is used.)

4.

Tester Name

Enter the name of the person doing the test. (If the person responsible has already been specified, his/her name appears automatically.)

5.

[Display]

Displays a test pattern on the monitor.

6.

[Execute]

Starts the Operation Panel test screen.

7.

[Cancel]

Initializes the entered data.

8.

[Print]

Prints out the test results and stores the data on the hard disk.

9.

[Exit]

Closes the window.

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(b) Monitor CRT test screen

When the [Display] button is pressed, a test pattern is displayed on the monitor for approximately 5 seconds.

screen When the [Display] button is pressed, a test pattern is displayed on the monitor for

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(c) Operation Panel test screen

When the [Execute] button is pressed, the following window is displayed. The ROM and RAM tests are executed automatically, and Button Tests and other tests are performed interactively.

The highlight moves to the item being executed.

For each test, one of the four statuses (Checking, Pass, Failed, and Indistinct) is displayed. "Checking" appears while the test is being executed. "Pass" appears upon normal completion of a test. "Failed" appears upon abnormal termination of a test. "Indistinct" appears when a test is aborted. ROM and RAM checks cannot be aborted.

a test is aborted. ROM and RAM checks cannot be aborted. The following window is displayed

The following window is displayed at the top of the test screen for the switch test.

Clicking this button results in moving to the previous test. The status of the previous test is Indistinct. Note that this button is invalid in the case of "Button Test 1".

Push the illuminated Button. << Back Next >>
Push the illuminated Button.
<< Back
Next >>

Clicking this button results in moving to the next test. The status of the next test is Indistinct.

The following window is displayed at the top of the test screen for the keyboard test.

Start keyboard test Type something. Invalid key << Back Next >>
Start keyboard test Type something.
Invalid key
<< Back
Next >>

Clicking this button results in returning to "Button Test 5".

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<<Operation Panel test items>>

ROM The ROMs in the circuit in the panel are checked automatically.

RAM The RAMs in the circuit in the panel are checked automatically.

Panel switch test The LEDs on the switches of the panel are lit in sequence and the peripheral circuits for the switches are checked when the switches corresponding to the lit LEDs are pressed. The peripheral circuits for the following switches are checked.

a) Button Test1 ⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯ New Patient switch

b) Button Test2 ⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯ TRANSDUCER switch

c) Button Test3 ⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯ CALIPER switch

d) Button Test4 ⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯ FREEZE switch

e) Button Test5 ⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯⎯ CDI switch

Keyboard The items entered from the keyboard are displayed in a dialog box to enable verification of normal keyboard entry.

(3)

Check items

No.

Check item name

Check item

Check method

1.

Power Supply Cable

Area around the power outlet to which the power cable is connected

Visual inspection

2.

Smell/Noise

Abnormal noise or smell

Checking for noise and smell

3.

Air Filter

Air filter

Visual inspection

4.

Fixture

Securing of peripheral devices

Visual inspection

5.

Castor

Caster operation

Visual inspection

6.

Probe

Transducer

Visual inspection (checking for abnormality in appearance)

7.

Peripheral Equipment

Peripheral devices

Visual inspection

8.

Image Quality

Image quality

Visual inspection (checking for image abnormalities before the service menu is started)

9.

Monitor CRT

Monitor

Displaying a test pattern

10.

Operation Panel

Operating panel

Checking entries made from the panel

Displaying the operation test instruction dialog by pressing the operation test button

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(4)

Brief description of the procedure

(a)

User check.

(b)

Enter the name of the person who conducted the test.

(c)

Save the test results on an HDD and also make a hard copy.

(d)

Press [Exit] in the bottom right corner to close the window.

3.4 Remote Access Management

(1) Purpose The user can permit the service company to perform remote maintenance on the
(1)
Purpose
The user can permit the service company to perform remote maintenance on the system via
a network or telephone line.
(2)
Display window
No.
Item
Description
1.
[Exit]
Closes the window. Reboots the system.
(3)
Brief description of the procedures

Press [Exit] in the bottom right corner of the window to close the window. The system is rebooted.

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3.5 Image Quality Report

(1)

Purpose

When an abnormality occurs for an image, this function saves the image and the system data.

(2)

Display window

No window is provided. The operation status is indicated by the "in-service" display on the touch panel.

(3)

Brief description of the procedure

No special operation is required.

When a user identifies an abnormal image, the image can be saved in the following manner.

Select the OTHER menu (touch panel) Press [IQ Report] Save the contents displayed on the TV monitor and the data required for analysis.

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4.

SERVICE MENU FUNCTIONS

4.1

Activation

(1)

License key for activation

A license key based on a fixed Vendor Host ID is required for activation.

Note:

For on-site license key activation, the service engineer prepares the media (CD, etc.) containing the license key. If such a media is unavailable, the TAC issues a license key that is valid for one day only.

(2)

Activation processes

<<Sites with a service contract and InnerVision>>

Activation at the diagnostic ultrasound system

(a)

Select [Service] in the pop-up menu to display the corresponding submenu.

(b)

Press "Ctrl + Shift" on the keyboard and press the right trackball button at the same time.

(c)

The license key entry window appears.

(d)

Enter the license key.

(e)

The service menu is displayed.

Activation from a network PC

(a)

Give the user the following instructions over the telephone.

Select [Service] in the pop-up menu and select Maintenance. Start Remote Access Management and permit remote access.

(b)

After remote access is permitted, open the license entry window by entering the address in the browser on the InnerVision system screen.

(c)

The license entry window is displayed on the InnerVision system screen.

(d)

Enter the license key.

(e)

The service menu is displayed on the InnerVision system screen.

<<Sites with a service contract only (no InnerVision)>>

Activation at the diagnostic ultrasound system

Operations on the diagnostic ultrasound system are identical with those for sites with a service contract and InnerVision.

Activation from a network PC

Remote access is not supported.

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Select the desired function from the menu displayed by selecting [Service] in the pop-up menu.
Select the desired function
from the menu displayed
by selecting [Service] in
the pop-up menu.
Enter the special
key combination
Check the service license.
License key entry window
At the system
Activate remote
access management
Enter the license key.
When it is
acceptable
Service menu
main window
Maintenance
operations
Request the customer
by telephone to permit
remote access.
Service menu
main window
When it is
acceptable
Check the service license.
Remote access
Enter the license key.
Specify the address in the browser.
License key entry window
<<Sites without a service contract>>

Activation act the diagnostic ultrasound system

(a)

Set a media (CD, etc.) that is ready for on-site use into the corresponding drive of the diagnostic ultrasound system.

(b)

Select [Service] in the pop-up menu to display the corresponding submenu.

(c)

Press "Ctrl + Shift" on the keyboard and press the right trackball button at the same time.

(d)

The license key entry window appears. Press the "License Read" button.

Activation from a network PC

Remote access is not possible.

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(3)

License key entry window:

Enter the license key in this field. Asterisks are displayed for the entered characters.

3D90D021E83E62 License Read Ok Cancel Set As Default
3D90D021E83E62
License Read
Ok
Cancel
Set As Default

No.

Item

Description

LM

RM

For sites with a service license (with a service contract and InnerVision or with a service contract only)

1.

Key entry

Used to enter the license key (asterisks (*) are displayed for the lower-order 6 characters entered).

2.

[License read]

Used to read the license key from an external media.

X

The media is ejected when the system enters service mode.

3.

[License read]

The button is not active.

X

4.

[Ok]

Used to proceed to the next step after the key is entered/read correctly.

If media is set in the drive, it is ejected.

5.

[Cancel]

Used to close the window. The system does not enter service mode.

X

If media is set in the drive, it is ejected.

6.

[Cancel]

Used to close the window.

X

7.

[Set As Default]

Check this box to fix the higher-order 14 characters.

X

For sites without a service license (without a service contract)

 

8.

[Entry window]

The window is not displayed.

-

LM:

RM: Remote mode

Local mode

O: Effective X: Not effective

A license key is a string of 20 alphanumeric characters. The higher-order 14 characters of the key can be stored in the system by selecting "Set As Default" in the license key entry window.

Once the higher-order 14 characters are in the system, the service menu can be started by entering only the lower-order 6 characters.

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(4)

Service menu window

No. 2D730-520EN*C (4) Service menu window 4.2 Termination (1) Normal termination Select [Exit] in the service

4.2

Termination

(1)

Normal termination

Select [Exit] in the service menu window.

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4.3

Information Function

4.3.1

Site

(1)

Purpose

 

Looking up and updating site information (information about the location where the system is installed).

Note: When the HDD is replaced or the database is recreated, confirm the system software version and enter the appropriate value in the Serial Number or HDD/DB Replace fields.

 

(2)

Display window

and enter the appropriate value in the Serial Number or HDD/DB Replace fields.   (2) Display

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No.

Item

 

Description

LM

RM

1.

Site Name

Used to look up the hospital name.

2.

Location

Used to look up the hospital department in which the system is installed (including installation location).

3.

Serial Number

Used to set the system serial number.

Note: Refer to Appendix D for detailed information.

4.

HDD/DB Replace

Used to set the number of times the HDD was replaced and the database was recreated.

Note: Refer to Appendix D for the detailed information.

5.

Administrator

     

Name

Used to look up the person responsible for the system at the hospital.

ID

Used to look up and update the customer management ID number.

6.

Address

Used to look up the address data (Hospital, Street, Street No., Zip Code, Phone No., City, State/Region, and Country).

7.

Memo

Used to enter the hospital data (name of the chief ultrasonographer etc.).

8.

[Save]

Saves the entered data in the system.

9.

[Cancel]

Abandons all the data entered in this window and overwrites it with the data stored in the system.

Note: Canceling after saving data does not restore the data before saving.

10.

[Home]

Returns the system to the service menu main window.

LM:

Local mode

O: Effective

RM:

Remote mode

X: Not effective

(3)

Brief description of the procedure

(a)

Enter the customer name and customer ID.

(b)

Enter the hospital data etc. in Memo field.

(c)

Press [Save] to save the entered data.

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4.3.2

System

(1)

Purpose

 

Looking up and updating system data.

 

(2)

Display window

4.3.2 System (1) Purpose   Looking up and updating system data.   (2) Display window 29

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No.

 

Item

Description

LM

RM

1.

Product Name

System series name (factory preset)

2.

Product Serial No.

System serial number (factory preset)

3.

System Use Time

Displays the time of system use relative to a specified time period.

 

Use Time

The use time is displayed in hours, with the minutes rounded up.

Set/Reset

Initializes or sets the use time (unit = hour).

4.

Probe Use Time

Cumulative ON time for each transducer.

Select the transducer from the list box. The cumulative ON time for the selected transducer is displayed in hours (the minutes are rounded up).

The list box displays only transducers that have been connected to the system.

5.

Inspection Schedule

The system inspection schedule can be specified.

(Note:

This function will be supported in the future.)

Information message Display

When an inspection is due, it is possible to display a message indicating this when the power is turned ON. When this check box is checked, an entry window is displayed automatically.

 

Date, Target date

The inspection schedule is specified in terms of date. Enter the date of the next inspection.

Hours, Use Time

The inspection schedule is specified in terms of use time. Enter the use time after which the next inspection is to be performed.

Every Power OnTime

The message is displayed every time the power is turned ON when an inspection is overdue.

Just One Time

The message is displayed only the first time the power is turned ON after an inspection becomes overdue.

6.

Installed from

Date of system installation

7.

Installed until

Expiration date of lease etc. (This must be entered even for non-lease systems.)

8.

Maintenance contract

Presence/absence of maintenance contract

9.

InnerVision support

Presence/absence of InnerVision contract

10.

[Save]

Saves the entered data in a file.

11.

[Cancel]

Abandons all the data entered in this window and overwrites it with the data stored in the system. Note: Canceling after saving data does not restore the data before saving.

12.

[Home]

Returns the system to the service menu main window.

LM:

Local mode

O: Effective

RM:

Remote mode

X: Not effective

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(3)

Brief description of the procedure

(a)

Specify the inspection date.

(b)

Enter the lease expiration date.

(c)

Enter whether or not there is a maintenance contract.

(d)

Enter whether there is an InnerVision contract.

(e)

Press [Save] to save the entered data.

(4)

Message display function

If an inspection is not performed by the date specified in the Inspection Schedule, a message is displayed each time the system is started up.

4.3.3

HW/SW

4.3.3.1

Common I/F

(1)

Purpose

Looking up board information. It is possible to save board information that cannot be detected automatically.

(2)

Display window

It is possible to save board information that cannot be detected automatically. (2) Display window 31

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No.

Item

Description

LM

RM

1.

No.

I/F numbers

2.

Name

Names of hardware items in the system

3.

P-No./Revision

Display of the following board information.

No. (Auto)

The P-list number and revision are displayed for the boards for which automatic detection is possible (TI, TX0, TX1, RX, MA, RC, BE, VP, IO, CB, and IP boards).

P-No./BSM

The revision and BSM number can be entered for the boards for which automatic detection is not possible (BP, Physio, and Panel boards).

No. (Manual)

4.

Report

Indicates whether automatic detection is possible or not. For the PWBs for which "Manual" is displayed, enter the data manually.

5.

[Cancel]

Abandons all the data entered in this window and overwrites it with the data stored in the system.

Note: Canceling after saving data does not restore the data before saving.

6.

[Save]

Saves the entered data on the HDD. The automatically detected data is not saved.

X

7.

[Home]

Returns the system to the service menu main window.

LM:

Local mode

O: Effective

RM:

Remote mode

X: Not effective

(3)

Brief description of the procedure

(a)

Enter the data manually for PWBs for which "Manual" is displayed.

(b)

Press [Save] to save the entered data.

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4.3.3.2

Detail

(1)

Purpose

Looking up detailed board information. (This function is applicable only to boards for which automatic information detection is possible.)

(2)

Display window

information detection is possible.) (2) Display window No. Item     Description LM RM 1.

No.

Item

   

Description

LM

RM

1.

Selection combo box

Displays the I/F numbers and names for selection. Selection is possible only for the boards for which "Auto" is displayed in the "Report" column in the Common I/F window.

2.

Common I/F Detail

Displays data, such as P-list numbers, that can be detected automatically.

3.

[Home]

Returns the system to the service menu main window.

 

LM:

Local mode

O: Effective X: Not effective

 

RM:

Remote mode

 

(3)

Brief description of the procedure

(a)

Select the desired PWB name from the pull-down menu.

(b)

The detailed information for the selected PWB is displayed.

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4.3.4 Peripherals (1) Purpose Looking up and updating the peripheral device information. (2) Display window
4.3.4
Peripherals
(1)
Purpose
Looking up and updating the peripheral device information.
(2)
Display window
No.
Item
Description
LM
RM
1.
No.
Number
2.
Equipment Name/Memo
Enter the data for the peripheral devices connected to the
system.
3.
[Cancel]
Abandons all the data entered in this window and
overwrites it with the data stored in the system.
4.
[Save]
Saves the entered data on the HDD.
5.
[Home]
Returns the system to the service menu main window.

LM:

Local mode

O: Effective

RM:

Remote mode

X: Not effective

(3)

Brief description of the procedure

(a)

Enter the data for the peripheral devices.

(b)

Press [Save] to save the entered data.

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4.3.5 Software (1) Purpose Looking up software information (2) Display window Main Menu Home Information
4.3.5
Software
(1)
Purpose
Looking up software information
(2)
Display window
Main Menu
Home
Information
Software
Site
Windows 2000
Service Pack 4
System
HW/SW
Common IF
Peripherals
Software
Option Install
Network
Configuration
Service Config
Middleware Version : unknown
Product Software Version : 1.00*R000
Service Software Version : 1.00*R000
Data Version : 1.00*R000
Option Software USHI-770A : Enable
Option Software USDF-770A : Enable
Test Tools
Maintenace
Utilities
Short Cut
Option Software USFR-770A : Enable
Option Software USDI-770A : Enable
Option Software USDI-772B : Enable
Option Software USSE-770A : Enable
Option Software USAT-770A : Enable
Option Software USIA-770A : Enable
Option Software USPV-770A : Enable
Ready
No.
Item
Description
LM
RM
1.
Software
Software name and version data. The following software
data is displayed:
• Middleware version
• System software version
• Service software version
• Data version
• Optional software
2.
[Home]
Returns the system to the service menu main window.
LM:
Local mode
RM:
Remote mode
O: Effective
X: Not effective

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4.3.6

Network

4.3.6.1

Network I/F (TCP/IP)

 

(1)

Purpose

 

Looking up the network configuration for the diagnostic ultrasound system.

 
 

(2)

Display window

 
   
 

No.

 

Item

 

Description

LM

RM

1.

Adapter

 

Network hardware data stored in the system. The hardware can be selected from the combo box. When the hardware is selected, all the hardware data is updated accordingly.

2.

Obtain an IP address from DHCP server or Specify an IP address

Select one of the two options.

If "Obtain

"

is selected, "IP address", "Subnet Mask", and

"Default Gateway" cannot be specified.

3.

[Cancel]

 

Abandons all the data entered in this window and overwrites it with the data stored in the system.

4.

[Save]

 

Saves the settings.

X

5.

[Home]

 

Returns the system to the service menu main window.

LM:

Local mode

O:

Effective

RM:

Remote mode

X:

Not effective

Note:

When it is necessary to configure the diagnostic ultrasound system for connection to the hospital network or to the InnerVision system, set the IP address and other necessary data according to the installation manual.

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4.3.6.2

Modem (TCP/IP)

 

(1)

Purpose

 

Looking up and updating the modem setting information.

 
 

(2)

Display window

 
   
 

No.

 

Item

Description

LM

RM

1.

Modem

 

Modem name

2.

Com Port

 

COM port number

3.

[Cancel]

 

All the data entered in this window is abandoned and replaced with the data stored in the system.

4.

Allow remote TCP/IP clients to access

The access range of the Windows2000 RAS server can be looked up and updated.

This computer only

Limits access to this PC through RAS.

Entire network

Expands the range of access to PCs on a LAN through RAS.

5.

Allow remote TCP/IP clients to request a predetermined IP address

When this is selected, the PC-RAS server assigns an address to the client when the system is connected to the RAS.

When this is not selected, the server allows connection to the RAS with the address requested by the client.

TCP/IP address pool Begin/End

Enter the IP addresses to be assigned when "Allow --" is selected.

6.

[Save]

 

Saves the entered data ("TCP/IP Address pool" only) in the system (system reboot required).

7.

[Home]

 

Returns the system to the service menu main window.

LM:

Local mode

O: Effective

RM:

Remote mode

X: Not effective

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4.3.6.3

IV-Setup

(1)

Purpose

Looking up and updating the InnerVision setup data. (This data is required for the use of InnerVision.)

(2)

Display window

updating the InnerVision setup da ta. (This data is required for the use of InnerVision.) (2)

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No.

Item

Description

LM

RM

1.

Connecting Device

Method of connecting the system to the TAC center. Exclusive selection.

2.

Dialup Router

Valid only when "Dialup Router" is selected for

IP Address

Connecting Device.

Configuration button

IP address of the Config window that is supplied by the

dialup router

 

Connects to the dialup router using IE. Thereafter, the setup program of the dialup router is used.

3.

Modem (TA)

Valid only when "Modem (TA)" is selected for Connecting Device.

Phonebook Entry

Telephone book entry name to be used for making the call

TAC Phone Number

Telephone number of the TAC center

4.

Configuration for

 

TAC-Center

TAC IP Address

IP address to be used by the TAC center

Data Receive Dir

Reception directory for the concerned site in the TAC center

Data Send Dir

Transmission directory (for the site) to be used at the TAC center

Ftp User Name

FTP user name to be used for sending data to the TAC center

Ftp User Password

FTP password to be used for sending data to the TAC center

5.

[Cancel]

Abandons all the data entered in this window and overwrites it with the data stored in a file.

6.

[Save]

Saves the entered data in the system.

7.

[Home]

Returns the system to the service menu main window.

 

LM:

Local mode

RM:

Remote mode

O: Effective X: Not effective

 
 

(3)

Brief description of the procedure

(a)

Enter the IV-Setup data.

(b)

Press [Save] to save the entered data.

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4.3.7

Configuration

4.3.7.1

Basic configuration for DICOM communication

Whether DICOM configuration is possible depends on whether the optional software USDI-770A or USDI-772B is installed.

- USDI-770A not installed Do not change the default setting.

- USDI-770A installed

Refer to the installation manual (2C708-687EN).

- USDI-772B installed

Refer to the installation manual (2C708-688EN).

4.3.7.2

File Transfer

Basic setup for offline data transfer

4.3.7.2.1

Targets

(1)

Purpose

Setting the network data of a host that supports data transfer to the system. (This setting is required to transmit/receive files via a LAN off line.)

(2)

Display window

to the system. (This setting is required to transmit/receive files via a LAN off line.) (2)

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No.

 

Item

 

Description

LM

RM

1.

Select Host

   

The list of the hosts stored using this window is displayed in the pull-down menu.

2.

Host Properties

   

 

Host Name

 

Enter the logical name (computer name) of the transfer target, or the logical name given for convenience (effective only in this system).

TCP/IP address

Enter the IP address of the transfer target.

3.

Set Local Host

   

When this box is checked, the NetBios computer name is displayed in the Host Name field.

4.

connected by

   

Select the connection method (LAN or RAS).

LAN

To use a LAN

RAS

To use a telephone circuit

 

(Note: This will be supported in the future.)

5.

Data items required to use RAS

 

(Note: This will be supported in the future.)

Phone No.

Phone number of the transfer target

PPP Login Script

Login script, if applicable

PPP Domain

Domain name of the transfer target

PPP Account

Login name (account) of the transfer target

PPP Password

Password to connect to the transfer target

Verify PPP Password

Password to verify connection to the transfer target

6.

[Save]

 

Saves the settings (system reboot required).

X

7.

[Delete]

 

Deletes the saved logical name (system reboot required).

X

8.

[Find]

 

Searches for the specified computer name (if applicable) on the network.

9.

[Test]

 

Searches for the specified TCP/IP address on the network.

10.

[Home]

 

Returns the system to the service menu main window.

 

LM:

Local mode

O: Effective X: Not effective

 

RM:

Remote mode

 

(3)

Brief description of the procedure

(a)

Enter the host name to be registered.

(b)

Enter the IP address.

(c)

Select "RAS" to connect the host via RAS (telephone circuit).

(d)

When RAS is to be used, enter the required data.

(e)

Press [SAVE] to save the entered data. The newly defined host is registered to the Select Host pull-down menu.

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4.3.7.2.2

Directories

 
 

(1)

Purpose

 

Setting details of the DICOM transfer host. (This setting is required to transmit/receive files via a LAN off line.)

 

(2)

Display window

 
 
   
 

No.

 

Item

 

Description

LM

RM

1.

Select Logical Name

 

The list of the logical names of the transfer targets stored