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Exercise Testing System


Service Manual
Version V6.5
2027786-082 Revision F
T-2 CASE Exercise Testing System Revision F
2027786-082 27 July 2007
NOTE: The information in this manual only applies to the CASE Version 6.5. Due to continuing product innovation,
specifications in this manual are subject to change without notice.
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Contents
1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Manual Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Revision History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Manual Purpose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Intended Audience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
Styles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
Illustrations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
Responsibility of the Manufacturer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
Warnings, Cautions, and Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
Equipment Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7
Service Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-8
Service Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-8
Equipment Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-8
2 Equipment Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
General Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
Front View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
Rear View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
Assembly Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4
Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4
Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4
Thermal Writer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Power System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6
Standard PC Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7
Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
Input and Output Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-10
USB A or B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-10
COM A or B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-10
ANALOG AND TTL I/O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-10
Acquisition Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-11
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DVI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-11
Motherboard Power and I/O . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-13
3 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Installation Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
Installing the Monitor Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4
Installing the Release Handle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
Preparing the NEC Flat Panel Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6
Preparing the CHILIN Flat Panel Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
Mounting the Flat Panel Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8
Routing the Cables to the Connector Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
Adjusting the Viewing Angle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10
Installing the Keyboard and the Mouse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-11
Configuring the Mouse (PN 2022144-001) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12
Connecting the System Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12
Preparing the Acquisition Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-13
Loading Writer Paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14
Mains Connection, Power Up, Functional Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-15
Network Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-17
Configure the Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-18
Domain Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-18
Workgroup Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-21
Centricity Xi Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-23
Save Existing Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-24
Copy Custom Setups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-24
Merge Local Examination Databases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-24
Merge Networked Examination Database . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-25
Merge User List and Configured Reports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-26
Copy System Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-27
Finish Database Merge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-27
Install CASE Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-28
Reconfigure the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-28
Configure Network User Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-29
Install Option Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-29
Restore System Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-29
Restore Custom Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-30
Installing a Network Printer for all Users on This CASE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-30
Data Interface with MUSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-32
Establish Connection to MUSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-32
Read MUSE Patient Data from CASE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-33
Configure Internet Explorer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-33
Establish a MUSE Account . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-33
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Configuring a CASE/CardioSoft Systemwith the EMR Application . . . . . . . . . . 3-34
Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-35
Configuring a CASE/CardioSoft System with the EMR Application . . . . . . . . . . 3-36
Install the Centricity EMR Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-36
Migrate Historical CardioSoft Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-38
Migrate Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-38
Metabolic Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-39
Communication Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-39
Serial Port Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-39
Command String Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-40
Shared File Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-42
Data File Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-42
4 InSite 2.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Installing InSite 2.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
Pre-Installation Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
Installation Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
Uninstalling InSite 2.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-12
Operating InSite 2.0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-14
Setting the Operation Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-14
Restricting Remote Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-15
5 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3
Required Tools and Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3
Inspection and Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4
Visual Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4
Exterior Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4
Interior Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4
Electrical Safety Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
Recommended Test Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
Recommended Test Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
Protective Earth Resistance Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
Leakage Current Measurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
Earth Leakage (AC line) Current Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
Enclosure Leakage Current Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-7
Patient Leakage Current Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-8
Patient Leakage Current, Mains on Applied Part . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-10
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6 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3
Troubleshooting Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
Service Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4
Service Screen Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5
Diagnostic Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
Access the Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6
Acquisition Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
Keypad Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
Writer Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-8
Entering a One-Day Password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9
General Fault Isolation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-10
Visual Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-10
Power-up Self-test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-10
General Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-11
Frequently Asked Questions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-15
Flat Panel Monitor Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-22
Printer Debugging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-24
Usage and Workaround of Acrobat 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-26
7 Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-1
Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3
SystemBackup and Restore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
Saving to Diskette . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
Saving System Configurations to Diskette . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
Saving Custom Settings to Diskette . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-5
Restoring from Diskette . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-6
Restoring System Configuration from Diskette . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-6
Restoring Custom Setups from Diskette . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-7
Recovering froma CASE BTRV Error . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-9
Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-9
Database Repair for CASE / CardioSoft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-11
How the Data is Repaired . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-11
Supported Modalities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-11
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Non-Supported Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-11
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-11
Password Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-11
Directory / File Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-12
Repair directory structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-12
Configuring the Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-13
Using the Repaired Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-14
Merging Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-15
External Stored Examinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-15
Examinations with Full Disclosure ECG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-16
Repair Message Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-16
Patient-Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-17
Remote Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-18
Controlling Electrostatic Discharge Damage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-19
Servicing Light Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-20
Servicing the Keypad Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-21
Removing the Worksurface Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-23
Servicing the Power Distribution Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-25
Accessing the Drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-26
Upgrading the Floppy Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-29
Replacing the Floppy Drive / Card Reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-37
Servicing the Print Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-44
Writer Board Firmware Update . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-47
Servicing the I/O Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-49
Configuring the Acquisition Interface Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-51
Verification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-52
8 SystemRebuild . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-1
Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-3
CD Image and Application Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-4
Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-4
Initial BIOS Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-4
Bios Setup Changing the Boot Sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-5
Disk Image Loading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-5
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Final Bios Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-5
XP Systems Verify CRT or Flat Panel Display Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-6
Modify CRT Display Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-6
Verify CRT or Flat Panel Display Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-6
The System Configuration Utility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-7
Configure the CASE SystemLanguage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-8
Set Menus and Dialog Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-8
Set Input Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
Set Regional Standards and Formats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
Set Non-Unicode Program Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-10
Install Supplemental XP SystemFiles and XP Security Patches . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-11
Install XP Security Patches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-11
Install the Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-12
Options Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-13
9 Upper Level Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-1
Upper Level Product Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-3
Field Replaceable Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-4
FRU Lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-5
Core FRUs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-5
Cables, Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-10
Keyboards and Mice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-10
KISS Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-11
Miscellaneous . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-11
Monitors and Cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-11
Power Cords . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-12
Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-12
FRU Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-13
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Documentation FRUs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-35
A Abbreviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-1
B Technical Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .B-1
C Electromagnetic Compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C-1
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-3
Guidance and Manufacturers Declaration Electromagnetic Emissions . . . . . . C-3
Guidance and Manufacturers Declaration Electromagnetic Immunity . . . . . . . C-4
Guidance and Manufacturers Declaration Electromagnetic Immunity . . . . . . . C-5
Recommended Separation Distances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-6
Compliant Cables and Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-7
D CASE Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .D-1
Directory Structure and Notes on CASE Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-3
Files in Windows system32 directory: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-3
File name nomenclature of the examination procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-4
File in the Windows INF directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-4
Files in the Windows directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D-4
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1 Introduction
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Introduction: Manual Information
Manual Information
Revision History
Each page of the document has the document part number and revision letter at the
bottom of the page. The revision letter identifies the documents update level.
The revision history of this document is summarized in the table below.
Manual Purpose
This manual supplies technical information for service representative and technical
personnel so they can maintain the equipment to the assembly level. Use it as a
guide for maintenance and electrical repairs considered field repairable. Where
necessary the manual identifies additional sources of relevant information and or
technical assistance.
See the operator manual for the instructions necessary to operate the equipment
safely in accordance with its function and intended use.
Intended Audience
This manual is intended for the person who uses, maintains, or troubleshoots this
equipment.
Table 1. Revision History PN 2027786-082
Revision Date Comment
A 5 May 2006 Initial release of this manual; corresponds with CASE software version 6.5
B 2 June 2006 Revised the System Restore instructions to include the XP Supl Files CASE UPD
from V6.01 CD-ROM
Corrected the Keypad part number in the FRU list.
C 20 November 2006 ECO 084616, Warning note added on page 1-5, 19 monitor changed on page 9-13
D 04 January 2007 Revision for CASE update to V6.51 / ECO 086172
E 22 February 2007 ECO 086785, update for WIN XP Patch CD and new motherboard
F 27 July 2007 ECO 087386, update new mouse, hard drive and display without stand and cables,
Ferrite bead installation, update of equipment symbols description, update of
Maintenance chapter/Electrical Safety Tests
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Introduction: Conventions
Conventions
These are the conventions used in the manual:
Styles
Bold text indicates keys on the function keypad, the keyboard, text to be
entered, or hardware items such as buttons or switches on the equipment.
Italicized text indicates software terms that identify menu items, on-screen
controls, buttons, or options in various windows.
To perform an operation which appears with a plus (+) sign between the names
of two keys, you press and hold the first key while pressing the second key
once. This is called a keystroke combination.
Example: Press Ctrl +Esc means to press and hold down the Ctrl key while
pressing the Esc key.
When instructions are given for typing a precise text string with one or more
spaces, the point where the space bar must be pressed is indicated as Space. The
purpose is to ensure you press the spacebar when required.
Illustrations
All illustrations in this manual are provided as examples only. They may not
necessarily reflect your equipment setup or data displayed.
In this manual, all names appearing in examples and illustrations are fictitious. The
use of any real persons name is purely coincidental.
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Introduction: Safety Information
Safety Information
Responsibility of the Manufacturer
GE Medical Systems Information Technologies is responsible for the effects of
safety, reliability, and performance only if:
Assembly operations, extensions, readjustments, modifications, or repairs are
carried out by persons authorized by GE Medical Systems Information
Technologies.
The electrical installation of the relevant room complies with the requirements
of the appropriate regulations.
The equipment is used in accordance with the instructions for use.
General
This device is not intended for home use.
Contact GE Medical Systems Information Technologies for information before
connecting any devices to the equipment that are not recommended in this manual.
Parts and accessories used must meet the requirements of the applicable IEC 60601
series safety standards, and/or the system configuration must meet the requirements
of the IEC 60601-1-1 medical electrical systems standard.
Periodically, and whenever the integrity of the device is in doubt, test all functions.
The use of ACCESSORY equipment not complying with the equivalent safety
requirements of this equipment may lead to a reduced level of safety of the resulting
system. Consideration relating to the choice shall include:
use of the accessory in the PATIENT VICINITY; and
evidence that the safety certification of the ACCESSORY has been performed
in accordance to the appropriate IEC 60601-1 and/or IEC 60601-1-1
harmonized national standard.
If the installation of the equipment, in the USA, will use 240V rather than 120V, the
source must be a center-tapped, 240V, single-phase circuit.
WARNI NG
FIRE HAZARD For continued protection against risk of fire
replace fuse only with fuse of same type and rating.
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Warnings, Cautions, and Notes
The terms danger, warning, and caution are used throughout this manual to point out
hazards and to designate a degree or level or seriousness. Familiarize yourself with
their definitions and significance.
Hazard is defined as a source of potential injury to a person.
Term Definition
DANGER Indicates an imminent hazard which, if not avoided, will result in death or
serious injury.
WARNING Indicates a potential hazard or unsafe practice which, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION Indicates a potential hazard or unsafe practice which, if not avoided, could
result in minor personal injury or product/property damage.
NOTE Provides application tips or other useful information to assure that you get
the most from your equipment.
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Introduction: Equipment Symbols
Equipment Symbols
CAUTION, consult accompanying documents.
WARNING, dangerous voltage.
Type BF equipment, external defibrillator protected.
Power switch (ON - OFF)
Equipotential
Signal input
Signal output
Fuse
On/Standby
Classified by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. with respect to electric shock, fire, mechanical and other
specified hazards, only in accordance with UL 2601-1, CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 601.1, IEC 60601-1, and,
if required, IEC 60601-2-27, IEC 60601-2-30, IEC 60601-2-34, IEC60601-1-1.
This symbol indicates that the waste of electrical and electronic equipment must not be disposed as
unsorted municipal waste and must be collected separately. Please contact an authorized
representative of the manufacturer for information concerning the decommissioning of your
equipment.
C
LASSIFIED
C
MEDICAL EQUIPMENT
UL 2601-1 CAN/CSA 601.1
4P41
US R
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Introduction: Service Information
Service Information
Service Requirements
Follow the service requirements listed below.
Refer equipment servicing to GE Medical Systems Information
Technologiesauthorized service personnel only.
Any unauthorized attempt to repair equipment under warranty voids that
warranty.
It is the users responsibility to report the need for service to GE Medical
Systems Information Technologies or to one of their authorized agents.
Failure on the part of the responsible individual, hospital, or institution using
this equipment to implement a satisfactory maintenance schedule may cause
undue equipment failure and possible health hazards.
Regular maintenance, irrespective of usage, is essential to ensure that the
equipment will always be functional when required.
Equipment Identification
The Serial Number and Unit ID number tags appear on back of the device in the
location shown below.
Serial Number
location
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Every GE Medical Systems Information Technologies device has a unique serial
number for identification.
A Product Code
B Year Manufactured (00-99)
00 = 2000
01 = 2001
02 = 2002
(and so on)
C Fiscal Week Manufactured
D Production Sequence Number
E Manufacturing Site
F Miscellaneous Characteristic
### ## ## #### # #
A B C D E F
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For your notes
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Equipment Overview: General Description
General Description
Shown below is a general overview of a CASE system. See the CASE Operators
Manual for details on operating procedures.
Front View
Rear View
Function keypad
Monitor
Console for keyboard
and mouse
Paper tray
Power switch, floppy
disk/SD card reader,
and CD drive
Acquisition Module
Holder
Equipotential pin,
power inlet with fuses,
Mains switch
Access Panel
Route external device
cables through clamps
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Assembly Descriptions
Familiarity with the components of the CASE assembly will aid in troubleshooting
the equipment. The CASE consists of the following components.
Monitor
The system uses either a 19" or 17 flat panel monitor rated IEC-950 universal AC
input.
This monitor has a standard IEC320 power cord and a DVI video connector on a
cable for the digital DVI input signal.
The monitor displays optimal waveform quality at the system setting of 1280 x 1024
with a 60Hz refresh rate and 16 bit color depth.
Keypad
The keypad is designed as a bus powered, low speed USB peripheral using a
Cypress MCU.
There is protection from ESD on the PCB as well. The keypad is hot pluggable, and
in the CASE system, it relies on a custom software driver running the USB ports on
the motherboard under NT 4.
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Thermal Writer
The thermal writer assembly contains a thermal print head with cue hole sensor, a
motor/encoder assembly to drive the platen roller, and an Information Technologies
designed PCB to receive scan line data and motor commands from the PC over
USB.
The PCB is based on an Cypress high speed USB MCU with an 8051 core. The
program is stored on a FLASH memory chip that can be reprogrammed from the
host PC. The PCB connects to the thermal print head motor and cue sensor through a
40-pin ribbon harness. A standard type 'B' R/A USB connector provides the link to
the PC using any high speed USB A-to-B cable under 5m.
The functioning of this USB writer PCB depends on communication with the host
PC motherboard USB controller which is under the control of a software driver. A
special driver is always needed to communicate with this writer PCB (this driver is
built into the application software). Check operation in the CASE system, since full
functionality depends on cooperation with the motherboard USB ports and
associated software drivers.
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Power System
AC power comes into the unit through an IEC-320 inlet module that has an
equipotential ground stud mounted near it.
The AC power then goes to a power distribution PCB. Its function is to route AC
power and isolated AC power to the proper places in the unit. Regular AC power is
routed to the medical grade power supplies. Isolated AC power is derived from the
isolation transformer, and routed to the IEC-950 CRT monitor. No switching of AC
power is needed with inputs from 100240 VAC since all supplies and the isolation
transformer are universal input in the unit.
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Standard PC Components
PC Subsystem
The PC subsystem (A) provides processing, video, and network capability using
industry standard PC components.
Besides on PCB connectors for floppy and IDE drives, the motherboard has an I/O
panel arrangement in one corner (per standard ATX designs) that has off PCB
connectors.
Acquisition/Interface Card
This PCB (B) plugs into an expansion slot on the motherboard and provides an
interface to the PC that allows CAM-14 acquisition and analog/TTL I/O and needed
COM ports.
PS/2 Keyboard
A standard 104-key Windows 95 keyboard with PS/2 interface is connected to the
PC I/O panel PS/2 keyboard connector.
B
A
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PS/2 Mouse
A standard two-or three-button mouse with PS/2 interface is connected to the PC I/O
panel PS/2 mouse connector.
Hard Drive
This drive (A) connects to the motherboard primary IDE channel as a master
through a standard IDE ribbon cable. Power comes from the power distribution
PCB.
Floppy Drive / SD Card Reader
This drive (B) connects to the motherboard floppy channel through a standard
floppy ribbon cable and an internal USB cable. Power comes from the power
distribution PCB.
CD-R/W Drive
This drive (C) connects to the motherboard primary IDE channel as a slave through
a standard IDE ribbon cable daisy-chained with the hard drive. Power comes from
the power distribution PCB.
A
B
C
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Connections
Shown below is the CASE rear connector panel. See Chapter 3 of this document and
the CASE Operators Manual, B Miscellaneous, Connecting Peripheral Devices,
for information on connecting peripheral devices to the CASE.
Mouse
USB Ports
Stress Keyboard and External
Thermal Writer can be connected
to either USB Port.
Keyboard
Com 1
Treadmill
Video DVI
LAN
LPT 1
COM 2 Analog I/O Com D
Com B
Com A
CAM 14
Com C
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Input and Output Connectors
The pin-by-pin descriptions identify the signal names and pin outs for each
connector on the unit.
USB A or B
COM A or B
ANALOG AND TTL I/O
Table 1. USB Jack or Plug
Pin Name
1 Vcc
2 - Data
3 + Data
4 Ground
Table 2. Acquisition PCB Serial Ports
Pin Name
1 HANDSHAKE OUT
2 HANDSHAKE IN
3 XMIT 422-
4 GND
5 RXD 422-
6 XMIT 422+
7 +12V, 0.5A MAX
8 RXD 422+
SHLD CHASSIS
2 1
8
6
7
3 5
4
MD1322-007
Table 3. Acquisition PCB Analog and TTL I/O Connector
Pin Name
1 +12V, 300mA MAX
2 CH1OUT
3 TTL-I/O
4 CH2OUT
5 GND
6 CH3OUT
7 AN2IN
8 CH4OUT
9 AN1IN
SHLD CHASSIS
5
1
9 6
MD1322-010
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Acquisition Interface
DVI
Table 4. Acquisition Module I/F
Pin Name
1 +12V, 0.5A MAX
2 GND
3 AMTX+
4 AMTX-
5 AMRX+
6 AMRX-
7, 8, 9, 10 N/C
Table 5. DVI
Pin Name
1 T.M.D.S. DATA 2-
2 T.M.D.S. DATA 2+
3 T.M.D.S. DATA 2/4 SHIELD
4 T.M.D.S. DATA 4-
5 T.M.D.S. DATA 4+
6 DDC CLOCK
7 DDC DATA
8 ANALOG VERT. SYNC
9 T.M.D.S. DATA 1-
10 T.M.D.S. DATA 1+
11 T.M.D.S. DATA 1/3 SHIELD
12 T.M.D.S. DATA 3-
8 1
17 24
9
C4
C1
C2
C5
C3
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13 T.M.D.S. DATA 3+
14 +5V POWER
15 GND
16 HOT PLUG DETECT
17 T.M.D.S. DATA 0-
18 T.M.D.S. DATA 0+
19 T.M.D.S. DATA 0/5 SHIELD
20 T.M.D.S. DATA 5-
21 T.M.D.S. DATA 5+
22 T.M.D.S. CLOCK SHIELD
23 T.M.D.S. CLOCK+
24 T.M.D.S. CLOCK-
C1 ANALOG RED
C2 ANALOG GREEN
C3 ANALOG BLUE
C4 ANALOG HORZ SYNC
C5 ANALOG GROUND
Table 5. DVI (Continued)
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Motherboard Power and I/O
Table 6. Power Supply Connector
Pin Name
1 +3.3V
2 +3.3V
3 GROUND
4 +5V
5 GROUND
6 +5V
7 GROUND
8 PWRGD (power good)
9 +5VSB (standby for real-time clock)
10 +12V
11 +3.3V
12 -12V
13 GROUND
14 PS-ON# (power supply remote on/off control)
15 GROUND
16 GROUND
17 GROUND
18 -5V
19 +5V
20 +5V
Table 7. PS/2 Keyboard and Mouse Connector
Pin Name
1 DATA
2 N/C
3 GROUND
4 +5V (fused)
5 CLOCK
6 N/C
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Table 8. Parallel Port Connector
Pin Name
1 STROBE #
2 DATA BIT 0
3 DATA BIT 1
4 DATA BIT 2
5 DATA BIT 3
6 DATA BIT 4
7 DATA BIT 5
8 DATA BIT 6
9 DATA BIT 7
10 ACK#
11 BUSY
12 ERROR
13 SELECT
14 AUTO FEED #
15 FAULT #
16 INIT #
17 SLCT IN #
18 GROUND
19 GROUND
20 GROUND
21 GROUND
22 GROUND
23 GROUND
24 GROUND
25 GROUND
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Table 9. Com1, 2, C and D Connectors
Pin Name
1 DCD #
2 SERIAL IN
3 SERIAL OUT
4 DTR #
5 GROUND
6 DSR #
7 RTS #
8 CTS #
9 RI #
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Installation Overview
Installation of the CASE system consists of the following steps:
1. Unpack and inspect the system.
Verify that the shipment is complete and undamaged. If the shipment has
missing or damaged pieces, stop the installation and contact GE Healthcare.
2. Assemble the system.
Refer to Assembly on page3-4 for details.
3. Connect the CASE to the exercise device.
Refer to the installation instructions included with the exercise device for
details.
4. Install and configure InSite 2.0, if applicable.
InSite 2.0 is the service option that allows diagnostics for the CASE system.
Refer to Chapter 4, InSite 2.0 for details on installing and configuring
InSite2.
5. Connect the CASE system to the network, if applicable.
Refer to Network Installation on page3-17.
6. Connect the CASE system to the MUSE system, if applicable.
This allows the CASE system to share information with the MUSE system,
speeding up data entry and reducing errors. Refer to Data Interface with
MUSE on page3-32 for details.
7. Configure the CASE system for an EMR application, if applicable.
By interfacing with an EMR application, the CASE system can be controlled by
and transfer data with the EMR application. Refer to Configuring a CASE/
CardioSoft System with the EMR Application on page3-34 for details.
8. Configure the CASE system for a metabolic interface, if applicable.
Refer to Metabolic Interface on page3-39 for details.
After the installation is complete, the CASE system is ready for the user.
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Assembly
After unpacking and inspecting the CASE system, complete the following
procedures to put your new CASE into service.
Installing the Monitor Support
1. Lock the wheels.
2. Open rear access panel.
3. Remove the nuts from the extended screws at the base of the support.
4. Route the light cable through the indicated opening on the tray.
NOTE The light cable and cable guide MUST be routed through the center of
the support neck. If your assembly is not in the center, remove the
cable guide and insert it in the center of the neck before proceeding.
5. Insert the support screws into the matching holes of the tray.
2-10A
27D
Route the
light cable
through this
opening.
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6. Secure the support to the tray using the nuts removed in Step 3 and apply in the
order shown below.
Installing the Release Handle
To install the Release Handle follow these steps:
1. Insert the Release Handle into the threaded hole and turn clockwise until the
handle is bottomed out.
2. Lift and turn handle to the center position.
3. Turn handle counter-clockwise to release tension and clockwise to increase
tension on the mounting plate.
1
6 4
3
5
2
Back
Front
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Preparing the NEC Flat Panel Monitor
To prepare the NEC monitor for mounting on the CASE system follow these steps:
CAUTI ON
APPROPRIATE CABLE USAGE The CASE system is
configured to operate ONLY with the digital video interface (DVI)
cable (2019792-001 CABLE ASSY DVI-D TO DVI-D VIDEO
1.8 m).
DO NOT use the VGA cable that is shipped with the flat panel
monitor to configure the CASE system. Discard the VGA cable
that is shipped with the flat panel monitor.
1. Remove monitor from its shipping carton.
2. Place hands on each side of the monitor and lift up to highest position.
3. Place the monitor face down on a 55 mm thick non-abrasive surface.
4. Remove the stand cover by sliding the top/bottom pieces off the stand as shown
below.
5. Remove the four screws connecting the monitor to the stand.
55 mm
Cover Bottom
Cover Top
1
4
3
2
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Preparing the CHILIN Flat Panel Monitor
To prepare the CHILIN monitor for mounting on the CASE system follow these
steps:
CAUTI ON
APPROPRIATE CABLE USAGE - The CASE system is
configured to operate ONLY with the digital video interface (DVI)
cable (2019792-001 CABLE ASSY DVI-D TO DVI-D VIDEO
1.8M) that is shipped separately within the CASE shipment, when
using the CHILIN monitor.
DO NOT use the DVI or VGA cables that may have been
delivered in the monitor's accessory box to configure the CASE
system. Discard any cables you may find in the monitor's
accessory box.
1. Remove monitor from its shipping carton.
If the monitor is delivered without stand, proceed with step 4.
2. Place the monitor face down on a non-abrasive surface
3. Remove the four screws connecting the monitor to the stand. Start with the
lower left one, this one is a little bit harder to remove, then to remove the other
screws, turn the stand to allow access to the screws.
4. After mounting the flat panel monitor (see page 3-8) and routing the cables to
the connector panel (see page 3-9), connect the monitor to power as described
below:
5. Remove cover at the backside of the monitor.
6. Connect cables as shown (use bracket to secure the power cord).
7. Close cover.
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Mounting the Flat Panel Monitor
1. Remove the CASE neck assembly and flat panel monitor from their packaging.
2. Lay the flat panel monitor face down on a clean flat surface and fasten the
mounting adapter to the back of the monitor display housing with four M4 pan
head screws provided.
3. Partially insert two M4 pan head screws provided into the two top holes of the
mounting adapter.
4. With the Mounting Plate locked in the vertical position, lift the monitor onto the
Mounting Plate while guiding the two M4 pan head screws into the slots in the
Mounting Plate.
4 - M4
Screws
2 - M4
Screws
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5. Insert the two remaining two M4 pan head screws then tighten all four screws.
Routing the Cables to the Connector Panel
CAUTI ON
APPROPRIATE CABLE USAGE The CASE system is
configured to operate ONLY with the digital video interface (DVI)
cable (2019792-001 CABLE ASSY DVI-D TO DVI-D VIDEO
1.8 m).
DO NOT use the VGA cable that is shipped with the flat panel
monitor to configure the CASE system. Discard the VGA cable
that is shipped with the flat panel monitor.
27E
Cable Clamps
Connector Panel
Cable Feed
Through Hole
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1. Remove monitor from its shipping carton.
2. Guide the cables through the cable clamps to the connector panel.
3. To lock the clamps, press first on its small tab, then press the large tab.
Adjusting the Viewing Angle
To adjust the viewing angle of the monitor, while holding the monitor, lift and turn
the release handle counter clockwise. To lock the monitor in place, lift and return the
handle to its original position.
1
2
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Installing the Keyboard and the Mouse
1. Remove the tray liner.
2. Open the access door, revealing the access panel.
3. Guide the keyboard and mouse cables completely through
a. the center opening at the back of the tray, and
b. the opening at the top of the access panel.
4. Coil the excess cable in the tray and replace the access panel and the tray liner.
5. Choose convenient locations for the keyboard and the mouse on the tray.
6. If the mouse (PN 2022144-001) is sharing a USB connector, add the USB to
PS/2 adapter as described in the next section.
7. Connect the keyboard and mouse cables. See the Reference Diagram inside the
back panel for connector locations.
8. Connect the monitor to the DVI connector. See the Reference Diagram inside
the back panel for connector location.
28A
161A
1
3a
2
3b
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Configuring the Mouse (PN 2022144-001)
For use with the CASE system, connect the PS/2 adapter to the mouse cable.
The PS/2 adapter is required, because there is no free USB port for connection of the
mouse cable.
Connecting the System Components
1. Connect the remaining cables to the system components and secure the
connections with retaining screws.
2. When all connections are made, guide the cables through the gap at the top of
the closed access panel and secure them with provided cable clamps if
necessary.
A reference diagram of the CASE Exercise Testing Systems back panel,
complete with connector labels, is located inside the access door to the back of
the unit. Refer to this diagram for information on where to make system
connections.
NOTE
Coil the excess cable for storage as shown above. DO NOT squeeze the
cables when closing the access panel.
NOTE
See the CASE Operators Manual, B Miscellaneous, Connecting
Peripheral Devices, for information on connecting other devices to the
CASE system.
Cable clamp
Reference
diagram
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Preparing the Acquisition Module
Preparing the acquisition module
NOTE
There are two sets of lead label stickers for the acquisition module: AHA
labeling and IEC labeling. If not already done, select the proper one for your use
and apply.
1. If not already done, connect the patient cable to the base of the acquisition
module.
To remove the cable from the acquisition module, press in the spring lock
located on one side of the patient cable.
2. If not already done, plug the individual lead wires into the acquisition module,
observing the lead labels.
CAUTI ON Trace each individual lead wire from its colored
connector back to the Acquisition Module label to insure that it is
matched to the correct label location. Improper connection will
cause inaccuracies in the
ECG.
3. Place the supplied acquisition module holder to the right side of the cart, then
place the acquisition module into the holder.
NOTE
The ECG signal input of the CASE Exercise Testing System is isolated and
defibrillation-proof only in conjunction with the CAM-14 Acquisition
Module (type BF).
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Loading Writer Paper
Verify that the thermal paper is installed properly.
1. Lift up the paper Compartment Lid and press the paper Release Button. (A
stripe appears on the writer paper when only 20 feet of paper are left.)
2. Place fanfold paper in paper storage compartment.
3. Feed paper (plain side facing roller) under roller assembly until approximately
34 inches extend out of the paper storage compartment.
4.
5. Press the paper release button while moving the roller assembly back into
position.
6. Release the paper release button to lock the roller assembly into position. Close
the paper compartment lid.
53A
Release
Button
Compartment
Lid
54A
Storage
Compartment
55A
56A
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Mains Connection, Power Up, Functional Test
NOTE
Observe the Safety Information section in Chapter 1.
1. Connect the CASE Exercise Testing System to the power line and fasten with
the clamp provided.
NOTE
DO NOT energize the system at this time.
2. We also recommend connecting the system to the potential equalization system.
3. Connect all system components to the power line and put them into operation as
outlined in the respective operator manuals.
4. Turn on the mains power switch on the back of the system.
5. Turn on the CASE Exercise Testing System with the power button on the Side
Panel and the Windows operating screen will appear.
6. Login to system.
NOTE
If logged in as Administrator go to Step 7.
If logged in as User go to Step 8.
7. Double click on the CASE icon when it appears.
8. The Initial Screen will now appear.
200A
34A
Mains
connection
(power line
connection)
Potential
equalization
system
connection
Power
button
Mains power switch
Back Panel
Side Panel
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NOTE Do not turn off the mains power switch until you have:
a. Exited from the application, and
b. Selected Yes from the Do you want to terminate the program and shut
down the device dialog box.
Turn off the CASE Exercise Testing System with the Mains power switch on the
back of the unit if it is not used for a prolonged period of time. In all other situations,
turn it off and on with the power button on the side panel.
The power button on the side panel does not disconnect the system from AC power.
See the CASE Operators Manual for Putting the System into Service.
CAUTI ON
Before using the CASE system for the first time, you should
conduct electrical safety tests on the equipment to ensure the
safety of the patient and the operator. For information on
conducting these tests, refer to Electrical Safety Tests on
page5-5. After the electrical safety tests have been successfully
completed, you are ready to continue with the installation.
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Network Installation
After connecting the CASE system to the exercise equipment, it is ready to be
connected to the network. This section addresses the installation of the system in a
CardioSoft network. The following is a high-level outline of the installation
procedure. Perform the following installation procedure in the given order.
CAUTI ONS
Before installation, close ALL programs (CASE / CardioSoft)
on ALL stations. The CardioSoft server itself must not be
used as a CardioSoft station. If an application is open on any
system, it may cause failure of installation.
To ensure trouble-free access to the database, install the same
software version on all clients/workstations.
1. Configure the Network
Perform this step by choosing one type of network configuration (Domain
Configuration or Workgroup Configuration) and follow all of the steps to setup
the networking aspect of the installation.
2. Save Existing Data
Perform this step only after all systems have been configured in the network to
merge all data from stand-alone systems to the CardioSoft server.
3. Install CASE Application
Perform this step only after all systems have been configured in the network and
all of the data has been merged to the CardioSoft server.
4. Reconfigure the System
Perform this step only after the CASE application has been installed at each
system to configure each system for customer use.
NOTE
The RadiSys board used with the CASE System is Full Duplex, Intel ICH2
integrated MAC with Intel 82562 PHY IEEE 802.3 10Base-T and 100Base-TX
compatible.
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Configure the Network
CASE/CardioSoft can be installed on either a Domain or Workgroup network
configuration. A network administrator must determine which configuration to use
prior to the network installation.
The following table outlines the installation procedures for both network
configurations. They are presented side-by-side to call out differences and
similarities.
Proceed only after the network configuration is identified.
If you are installing on a Domain configuration, proceed to Domain
Configuration on page3-18.
If you are installing on a Workgroup configuration, proceed to Workgroup
Configuration on page3-21.
NOTE
If existing CASE systems can communicate with the MUSE server, the MUSE
server access permissions will need to be reconfigured if a new CASE user is
created.
Domain Configuration
To install CASE on a domain, you first configure the server and then configure each
workstation to be added to the network. A domain administrator may have to
perform both steps.
Server Configuration on a Domain
The configuration of the server consists of the following tasks:
Set up the domain user
Set up a shared folder on a domain server
Domain Configuration Workgroup Configuration
Create a Domain user or domain user group
to be used by the CASE systems
Create a user or create users and a user
group on the server.
Create a shared folder on the server with full
control permissions for the domain user or
domain user group.
Create a shared folder on the server with
full control permissions for the user or
user group.
Provide the server name (or IP address) and path to the created shared folder for
mapping a drive letter to the folder.
Add each CASE system to the Windows NT
/ Windows 2000 domain.
Provide static IPs for each system (if Remote View function will be used).
Provide the domain name. Provide the workgroup name.
Provide TCP/IP configuration settings. Provide TCP/IP configuration settings.
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Set up a domain user Do one of the following:
Create a new domain user account
Select an existing domain user account
In either case, the account must be designated as a Network User and exist on the
domain where the CardioSoft server resides or on a domain that has a trust
relationship with the domain where the CardioSoft server resides.
Set up Shared Folder The procedure for setting up a shared folder differs
depending on whether you are installing a new CardioSoft server or updating an
existing CardioSoft server.
New CardioSoft Server
1. Log in to the server as the domain administrator.
2. Create a directory named cardio on the local drive of the server.
3. Share the cardio directory and name the share cardio.
4. Configure the share permissions such that the designated Network User has full
control permissions.
Existing CardioSoft Server
NOTE
Before renaming the old cardio folder, save the system configuration and all
custom setups to disk. For additional information, refer to General
Troubleshooting on page6-11.
1. Log in to the server as the domain administrator.
2. Rename the existing CardioSoft directory cardio to card_old.
3. Create a new directory named cardio on the local drive of the server.
4. Share the card_old directory and name the share card_old.
5. Share the cardio directory and name the share cardio.
6. Configure the share permissions for both shares such that the designated
Network User has full control permissions.
Workstation Configuration in a Domain
Once the server has been configured, you must configure all the systems that will be
connected to the CardioSoft network. The workstation configuration consists of the
following steps:
Adding a CASE system to the domain
Configuring the CASE user accounts and network settings
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Add CASE System to Windows NT / Windows 2000 Domain To add a case
system to the domain, use the following procedures:
1. Boot the CASE with the Network Enabled hardware profile.
2. Log in as local Administrator.
3. Set the default hardware profile as Network Enabled.
a. Open System Properties by right clicking on My Computer and selecting
Properties.
b. Click the Hardware Profiles tab.
c. Select Network Enabled and click the up arrow button.
d. Click OK to close the window.
4. Change network settings.
NOTE The domain administrator may have to perform these steps.
a. Open network properties by right clicking on Network Neighborhood and
selecting Properties.
b. Click Change button in Identification tab.
c. Click Domain radio button.
d. Type in designated Domain Name.
e. Check Create a computer account in the domain.
f. Enter the domain administrator login name.
g. Enter the domain administrator password.
h. Click OK to close the window, then click OK to close the network
properties window.
i. If prompted, restart the computer.
Configure User Accounts and Network Settings on CASE in a Domain To
configure the user accounts and network settings, use the following procedures:
1. Log in to the CASE as local Administrator.
2. Add the designated Network User to the local Administrator group.
a. Open Start Menu->Programs->Administrator Tools->User Manager.
b. Double click on Administrators in the Groups section.
c. Click Add.
d. In the Add Names textbox, type the domain name and username in this
form: [Domain Name]\[Network User].
e. Click OK and then close the User Manager window.
3. Configure the TCP/IP settings.
NOTE Perform these steps if the Remote View function is used or
communication with a MUSE server (Version 5.0a) is needed.
a. Right click on Network Neighborhood and select Properties.
b. Click on the Protocols tab.
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c. Click on TCP/IP Protocol and then click Properties.
d. If using Remote View function, specify the IP Address, Subnet Mask, and
Gateway.
e. Click on the DNS tab and enter the necessary information.
f. Click on the WINS Address tab and enter the necessary information.
4. Log off the CASE.
Repeat the section Workstation Configuration in a Domain for all systems before
proceeding.
Workgroup Configuration
To install CASE on a workgroup, you first configure the server and then configure
each workstation to be added to the network. An administrator may have to perform
both steps.
Server Configuration in a Workgroup
The configuration of the server consists of the following tasks:
Set up the domain user
Set up a shared folder on a domain server
Set up User for a Workgroup Do one of the following:
Create a new user account.
Select an existing user account.
In both cases, the user must exist on the CardioSoft server and be designated as a
Network User.
Set up Shared Folder in a Workgroup The procedure for setting up a shared
folder varies slightly depending on whether the server is new.
New CardioSoft Server
1. Log in to the server as the administrator.
2. Create a directory named cardio on the local drive of the server.
3. Share the cardio directory and name the share cardio.
4. Configure the share permissions such that the designated Network User has full
control permissions.
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Existing CardioSoft Server
NOTE
Before renaming the old cardio folder, save the system configuration and all
custom setups to disk. For additional information, refer to General
Troubleshooting on page6-11.
1. Log in to the server as the administrator.
2. Rename the existing CardioSoft directory cardio to card_old.
3. Create a new directory named cardio on the local drive of the server.
4. Share the card_old directory and name the share card_old.
5. Share the cardio directory and name the share cardio.
6. Configure the share permissions for both shares such that the designated
Network User has full control permissions.
Workstation Configuration in a Workgroup
Once the server has been configured, you must configure all the systems that will be
connected to the CardioSoft network. The workstation configuration consists of the
following steps:
Adding a CASE system to the workgroup
Configuring the CASE user accounts and network settings
Add CASE System to Windows NT / Windows 2000 Workgroup To add a
CASE system to the work group, use the following procedure:
1. Boot the CASE with the Network Enabled hardware profile.
2. Log in as local Administrator.
3. Set the default hardware profile as Network Enabled.
a. Open system properties by right clicking on My Computer and selecting
Properties.
b. Click the Hardware Profiles tab.
c. Select Network Enabled and click the up arrow button.
d. Click OK to close the window.
4. Change network settings.
a. Open network properties by right clicking on Network Neighborhood and
selecting Properties.
b. Click Change button in Identification tab.
c. Click Workgroup radio button.
d. Type in designated Workgroup Name.
e. Click OK to close the window, then click OK to close the network
properties window.
f. If prompted, restart the computer.
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Configure User Accounts and Network Settings on a CASE in a Workgroup
To configure the user accounts and network setting, use the following procedure.
1. Log in to the CASE as local Administrator.
2. Create the designated Network User.
a. Open Start Menu->Administrator Tools->User Manager.
b. Select New User in the User Menu.
c. Enter the exact same user name and password as the designated Network
User used on the CardioSoft server.
d. Uncheck the checkbox labeled Change Password.
e. Check the checkbox labeled Password Never Expires.
f. Click Groups button.
g. Add the designated Network User to the Administrators group.
h. Click OK and then close the User Manager window.
3. Configure the TCP/IP settings.
NOTE
Perform these steps if the Remote View function is used or communication
with a MUSE server (Version 5.0a) is needed.
a. Right click on Network Neighborhood and select Properties.
b. Click on the Protocols tab.
c. Click on TCP/IP Protocol and then click Properties.
d. If using Remote View function, specify the IP Address, Subnet Mask, and
Gateway.
e. Click on the DNS tab and enter the necessary information.
f. Click on the WINS Address tab and enter the necessary information.
4. Log off the CASE.
Repeat the section Workstation Configuration in a Workgroup for all systems before
proceeding.
Centricity Xi Configuration
When interfacing the CASE to Centricity Xi, data from the CASE will not transfer
to the Centricity system until the CASE application is shut down. However, by
default, shutting down the CASE application shuts down the entire CASE system.
To prevent this, add the following lines to the win.ini file on the CASE system:
[Cardio]
Mai-NTDown=0
The following table identifies the location of the win.ini file:
CASE Version WIN.INI Location
v6 or later CASE installation directory
prior to v6 Windows system directory
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Save Existing Data
This section describes how to back up existing system configurations, custom
setups, user lists, custom configured reports, and examination files. Start this section
only after the network has been configured on all systems that will be connected to
the CardioSoft network.
This section must be completed if at least one CASE system added to the CardioSoft
network has locally stored examinations. If all systems (CASE \ CardioSoft) and the
shared CardioSoft server folder are new, this section can be skipped.
NOTE
This procedure copies the examination files and the custom setups from each
CASE system. However, it copies the system configuration, the user list, and
any custom configured reports from only one CASE system, which should be
designated as the special station. If the CardioSoft network existed before this
installation began, it is recommended you use one of the CASE systems
connected to the existing CardioSoft network as the special station.
Copy Custom Setups
Copy to diskette the custom setups from every existing CASE system that is not
currently connected to the CardioSoft network. The custom setups stored for CASE
systems that were already connected to the CardioSys network should already have
been copied before the cardio directory on the CardioSoft server was renamed to
card_old.
NOTE
Refer to Saving Custom Settings to Diskette on page7-5 for details.
Merge Local Examination Databases
The following procedure merges locally stored examinations from the CASE system
to the shared folder on the network server. It should be performed on each CASE
system that meets the following criteria:
Not currently connected to the CardioSoft network
Has locally stored examinations
Do not perform this procedure for any system that was connected to an existing
CardioSoft network.
NOTE
Additional information can be found in Database Repair for CASE /
CardioSoft on page7-11.
1. Log in to the CASE as designated Network User.
2. Map the next available drive letter (e.g. F:\) to the cardio shared folder on the
CardioSoft server.
3. Copy the CARD_REP.exe program to the local CASE program directory (e.g.,
D:\Case\).
4. Launch the CARD_REP.exe program.
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5. Change the Master Directory to the CASE program directory (e.g. D:\Case).
6. Change the Repair Directory drive to the mapped cardio drive letter (e.g.
F:\CARD_R0).
7. Press Start Repair button to run the merge process.
8. Enter the password, which can be found in General Troubleshooting on
page6-11.
9. After the merge is completed, press Program End.
10. Log off the CASE.
Repeat Copy Custom Setups and Merge Local Examination Databases on all
systems before proceeding.
Merge Networked Examination Database
This procedure merges the local examination databases that were just uploaded to
the server with the network examination databases that previously existed in the
card_old folder on the server. It should be performed only:
a. IF the CardioSoft server previously existed and had examination data, and
b. AFTER all of the locally stored examinations have been uploaded from
each CASE workstation to the CASE server.
1. Log in to the special station CASE as the designated Network User.
2. Map the next available drive letter (e.g. F:\) to the cardio shared folder on the
CardioSoft server if it is not already connected.
3. Map any available drive letter (e.g. X:\) to the card_old shared folder on the
CardioSoft server.
4. Copy the program CARD_REP.exe to the card_old mapped drive (e.g. X:\).
5. Launch the CARD_REP.exe program from the card_old mapped drive (e.g.
X:\).
6. Change the Master Directory to the mapped drive card_old (e.g. X:).
7. Change the Repair Directory drive to the mapped cardio drive letter (e.g.
F:\CARD_R0).
8. Press Start Repair button to run the merge process.
9. Enter the password, which can be found in General Troubleshooting on
page6-11.
10. Close the CARD_REP program by pressing Program End.
11. Log off the CASE.
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Merge User List and Configured Reports
This procedure merges any custom configured reports and user list from the special
station to the cardio folder on the CASE/CardioSoft server. If no custom reports or
user list exists on the special station, this procedure can be skipped.
The procedure varies slightly depending on whether the special station had been a
stand-alone workstation or part of an existing network. Chose the appropriate
procedure and perform all of the steps.
Special Station Was a Stand-Alone Station
1. Log in to thespecial station CASE as the designated Network User.
2. If it is not already connected, map the next available drive letter (e.g. F:\) to the
cardio shared folder on the CardioSoft server.
3. Launch the CARD_REP.exe program from the local CASE program directory
(e.g. D:\CASE).
4. Change the Master Directory to the local CASE program folder (e.g. D:\Case).
5. Change the Repair Directory drive to the mapped cardio drive letter (e.g.
F:\CARD_R0).
6. Press User / Conf. Rep button to run the merge process.
7. Click Yes.
8. Close the CARD_REP program by pressing Program End.
9. Log off the CASE.
Special Station Was Connected to Existing CardioSoft
Network
1. Log in to the special station CASE as the designated Network User.
2. If it is not already connected, map the next available drive letter (e.g. F:\) to the
cardio shared folder on the CardioSoft server.
3. If it is not already connected, map any available drive letter (e.g. X:\) to the
card_old shared folder on the CardioSoft server.
4. Launch the CARD_REP.exe program from the card_old mapped drive (e.g.
X:\).
5. Change the Master Directory to the mapped drive card_old (e.g. X:).
6. Change the Repair Directory drive to the mapped cardio drive letter (e.g.
F:\CARD_R0).
7. Press User / Conf. Rep button to run the merge process.
8. Click Yes.
9. Close the CARD_REP program by pressing Program End.
10. Log off the CASE.
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Copy System Configuration
This procedure copies the system configuration of the special station to diskette.
Log on to the special station as a local administrator and follow the directions
described in Saving System Configurations to Diskette on page7-4.
NOTE
If thespecial station was on the CardioSoft network before the installation
procedure was started, the system configuration should have already been saved
before the cardio folder was renamed to card_old on the CardioSoft server.
Finish Database Merge
Perform this task only after the following tasks have been completed:
All local databases have been merged into the CARD_R0 folder.
The original server database (if it existed) has been merged into the CARD_R0
folder.
The user list has been merged into the CARD_R0 folder.
The configured reports have been merged into the CARD_R0 folder.
The custom setups have been copied to diskette.
The system configuration has been copied to diskette.
To finish the database merge, use the following procedure:
1. Log in to the special station CASE as the designated Network User.
2. Map the next available drive letter (e.g. F:\) to the cardio shared folder on the
CardioSoft server if it is not already connected.
3. Open the CARD_R0 folder on the mapped drive cardio (e.g. F:\CARD_R0).
4. Move all files in the CARD_R0 folder to the root of the mapped drive cardio
(e.g. F:\).
5. Delete the empty CARD_R0 folder.
6. Log off the CASE.
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Install CASE Application
The following procedure installs the CASE application. The application should be
installed on all CASE workstations. Do not install it on the server.
CAUTI ONS
Install the application only after you configure the CardioSoft
network (Configure the Network on page3-18) and save
the existing data (Save Existing Data on page3-24)
Install the application on ONLY ONE workstation at a time.
Attempting to install it on more than one workstation at the
same time may corrupt the installation on ALL workstations.
1. Log in as the local Administrator.
2. Map the next available drive letter (e.g. F:\) to the cardio shared folder on the
CardioSoft server.
NOTE
Make sure the Reconnect at login box is checked. Also, Connect as should
be the designated Network User. If the designated Network User is a
domain user, then enter [Domain Name]\[Network User].
3. Insert the application installation CD into the CD drive and begin the
installation. If the installation does not start automatically (wait some seconds),
launch setup.exe in directory Disk1 (E:\Disk1\setup.exe).
4. At the Choose Program Directory (local) screen, choose the default, D:\CASE.
Click Next.
5. At the Choose Database Directory screen, select Browse and browse to the
root folder of the mapped drive cardio on the CardioSoft server.
6. Verify the Path edit box value is the root folder of the mapped network drive
(e.g. F:\).
7. Finish the installation and reboot the system as prompted.
Reconfigure the System
Configuring the system is the last step in the installation process and prepares the
CASE workstations. It should be performed only after the application has been
installed on ALL workstations.
CAUTI ON
Do not start the application on any workstation until the all
workstations have been reconfigured. Attempting to start the
CASE application before all workstations have been configured
may corrupt the installation on all workstations.
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Configure Network User Profile
The following procedure prepares the default Network User profile.
1. Log in as the local Administrator.
2. Open the System applet in Control Panel and select the User Profiles tab.
3. Select the local User user profile ([Computer Name]\User) and click the Copy
To button.
4. Browse to the designated Network User profile directory:
(C:\winnt40\Profiles\[Network User Name]).
5. Click OK.
6. Click OK to close the System applet.
7. Close Control Panel.
8. Log off.
9. Log in as Network User.
NOTE
From this point on, the CASE user should login as the designated Network
User. Inform the customer of this change.
10. Verify the desktop wallpaper is the GE wallpaper and the mapped drive cardio
on the CardioSoft server is connected.
Install Option Codes
The following procedure installs option codes, if they are needed.
1. Start the CASE application if it did not automatically start.
2. Type in the desired option codes or load them from the provided diskette.
For additional information, refer to Network Installation on page3-17.
Restore System Configuration
For any new CASE workstations on the network, do the following:
Load the system configuration that was copied from the special station as part
of the data backup process.
For more information, refer to Restoring System Configuration from Diskette
on page7-6.
Verify that all settings are correct for each tab in the System Configuration
window.
Verify the connection from the workstation to the MUSE server was not broken,
if the workstation should communicate with MUSE.
For more information, refer to Data Interface with MUSE on page3-32.
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Restore Custom Settings
For any new CASE workstations on the network, do the following:
Load the custom settings that were copied from the special station as part of the
data backup process.
The custom settings can be saved to the CardioSoft server from one CASE
system and then copied from the server to each workstation. For more
information, refer to Restoring System Configuration from Diskette on
page7-6.
Verify that the settings are correct for each tab in the Setup window.
Installing a Network Printer for all Users on This CASE
Windows NT stores network printer definitions in the users' profile. To avoid
multiple installations for each user, install the printer locally and add a new local
port with the path of the network printer:
NOTE
This section should only be performed if a network printer is used.
1. Login as local Administrator.
2. Click Start ->Settings ->Printers.
3. Double click Add Printer.
4. Select My Computer and click Next.
5. Select port LPT2 and click Next.
6. Select manufacturer and model of the network printer or use an appropriate
driver from CD/disk. Click Next.
7. At the dialog Type in the name of this printer Click Next.
8. At the dialog Indicate whether this printer will be shared Click Next.
9. At the dialog Would you like to print a test page select No and click Finish.
10. Click Start ->Settings ->Printers.
11. Right click the installed printer, select Properties, select Ports tab, and click
Add Port
12. Select Local Port in the list and click New Port
13. Enter the network printer name \\[Printer Server Name]\[Printer Name] to enter
the port name and click OK.
14. At the Properties dialog, click OK.
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Data Interface with MUSE
Tests on CASE can be transferred to the MUSE database for general accessibility.
The tests can be transferred using one of three methods:
a. Save Examinations to a floppy disk and carry it to MUSE
b. Send Examinations to MUSE using FTP via LAN
c. Store Examinations on a shared directory located on MUSE via LAN
NOTE
Methods b and c require a network connection with TCP/IP specifications.
All methods require that each CASE use its unique Cart number and
correct location number to generate a unique filename.
Establish Connection to MUSE
The preferred method for transferring data depends on the version of MUSE with
which you wish to transfer data.
For MUSE 5.x, the preferred method is FTP. Use the following procedure to
establish a connection from the CASE workstation to MUSE:
1. Specify the FTP account informations on CASE -> System Configuration ->
MUSE by enabling Data transfer via FTP
2. Type in the FTP Server (normally the same as the Web Server).
3. Enter a Username and Password if this information is required for the FTP
server.
For MUSE 4.x, the preferred method is a shared directory. Use the following
procedure to establish a connection from the CASE workstation to MUSE:
1. Specify the account informations on CASE -> System Configuration -> MUSE
by enabling Data transfer via shared directory.
2. Type in the correct shared directory.
You have multiple methods to enter the correct shared directory.
If the shared directory has been mapped and configured to reconnect at logon,
you can enter the mapped drive letter (e.g., .F:\).
If the shared directory has not been mapped, you can enter the UNC format in a
valid form (e.g., \\SvrName\SharePointName).
If no DNS/WINS is installed on the domain server (i.e. you are using RAS),
enter the physical IP address of the server and the directory name (e.g.,
\\123.456.789.255\SharePointName).
3. Enter a Username and Password if this information is required for accessing this
shared directory.
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Read MUSE Patient Data from CASE
With MUSE v5.0 or above, you can read the MUSE patient data directly from the
CASE workstation. This requires the following:
MUSE v5.0 or above
an account on the MUSE server
Internet Explorer v6.0 or above
Network connection with TCP/IP specifications
Acrobat Reader v4.0 or above
Configure Internet Explorer
Before you can access MUSE from CASE, you must first configure Internet
Explorer using the following procedure:
1. On the Windows taskbar, select Start -> Settings -> Control Panel.
2. Double-click on Internet.
3. Open the Connection tab.
4. If your connection to the LAN does not require access to the proxy server,
deactivate Access via proxy server. Otherwise, open Advanced Settings
and configure the proxy settings appropriately.
5. Do one of the following:
If the workstation is connected directly to the LAN via an ethernet
connection, activate Connect to Internet via LAN
If the workstation is connected to the LAN remotely, activate Connect via
modem.
6. Click OK
NOTE
Some changes may not take effect until the OS is restarted.
Establish a MUSE Account
To select patients from the MUSE database instead of the local database, you need
to establish an account on the MUSE server using the following procedure:
1. Specify the Web account informations on CASE -> System Configuration ->
MUSE by enabling Request MUSE data.
2. Type in Web Server, the Username, and the Password
You have multiple methods to enter the Web Server.
Internet name convention: http:\\www.myMuseSvr.
Intranet name convention: myMuseSvr
IP address: 123.456.789.255
3. Select the correct MUSE site number.
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Configuring a CASE/CardioSoft System with the EMR
Application
The CASE/CardioSoft system
*
can be configured with the EMR application. The
process is identical for both new and existing systems with one exception: when
configuring an existing system, you must migrate historical data. The general
process is outlined below. Details are found on the following pages.
1. Go through Before You Begin on page3-35.
2. Install Logician 5.6.3 or higher on each CASE / CardioSoft client.
For details, refer to Configuring a CASE/CardioSoft System with the EMR
Application on page3-36.
3. Install the CASE/CardioSoft interface kit.
For details, refer to Install the CASE/CardioSoft Interface Kit. on page3-36.
4. Import the CardioSoft clinical kit to the EMR application using the instructions
in the CASE/CardioSoft - EMR Integration Release Notes.
For instructions on accessing the release notes, refer to Acquire CASE/
CardioSoft EMR Integration Release Notes on page3-35.
5. Configure the CASE/CardioSoft EMR settings.
For details, refer to Configure CASE/CardioSoft EMR Settings on page3-36.
6. If you are configuring an existing CASE/CardioSoft system, migrate historical
CASE/CardioSoft data. This is a four-part process.
The instructions in the CASE/CardioSoft - EMR Integration Release Notes
explain how to:
configure the cross-reference file,
create LinkLogic relationships, and
configure the LinkLogic document relationship.
For details, refer to Migrate Data on page3-38.
* The term CASE/CardioSoft is used generically to denote whichever system is
being configured, CASE or CardioSoft.
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Before You Begin
Complete the following checklist to ensure that you are prepared to configure the
CASE/Cardiosoft system with the EMR application.

Install CASE/CardioSoft system


The CASE/CardioSoft system must be installed and operational before
you configure the CASE/CardioSoft to EMR interface.
Use the procedures described in the CASE Service Manual for
configuring the CASE system.
Use the installation procedures described in the CardioSoft
Installation Guide for configuring the CardioSoft system.
The CASE/CardioSoft database must reside in a shared
location, accessible to all users.
NOTE
GE recommends installing the CASE/CardioSoft database on a
separate server from the EMR application. If you install it on the
same server, GE recommends that it is on a separate, dedicated
hard drive to ensure that file sizes do not hinder performance.

Enable EMR option on CASE/CardioSoft


The following requirements must be met for the EMR Option to be
enabled on the CASE/CardioSoft system:
The CASE/CardioSoft option code for the EMR application
must be entered in the System Configuration >>Option Codes
tab PRIOR to configuring the EMR application on the CASE/
CardioSoft system.
The EMR option must be enabled in the System Configuration
>>General. Click For Service Only (service password:
helserv) to display the Service Screen. Click Enable EMR-
Mode.

Acquire permissions for the EMR application web site


You will need a User ID and password to access the EMR applications
support web site. Ask your EMR application manager for this
information.

Acquire CASE/CardioSoft EMR Integration Release Notes


You will need the CASE/CardioSoft EMR Integration Release Notes
for EMR-specific instructions for configuring the EMR application.
The release notes can be found on the EMR support web site
(http://support.medicalogic.com/).
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Configuring a CASE/CardioSoft System with the EMR Application
To configure the system, use the following instructions:
1. Set up the CASE/CardioSoft in a networked environment.
Make sure that the XEMR option code for interfacing to the EMR application is
available (in the CASE/CardioSoft system, click System Configuration, then the
Option Code tab).
2. Install Logician 5.6.3 or higher on each CASE/CardioSoft client.
Install the Centricity EMR Application
The installation of the Centricity EMR application consists of the following steps:
1. Install the CASE/CardioSoft Interface Kit.
Install the CASE/CardioSoft Interface Kit. This is available for download/
installation on the EMR application support website
(http://support.medicalogic.com/).
2. Import the Clinical Kits.
Follow the instructions in the CASE/CardioSoft - EMR Integration Release
Notes to import the CardioSoft clinical kit.
3. Configure CASE/CardioSoft EMR Settings
After importing the CASE/CardioSoft clinical kit into the EMR application,
verify on the CASE/CardioSoft system that the EMR settings are configured
correctly.
a. Launch the CASE/CardioSoft application.
b. Click System Configuration. The System Configuration window displays.

Install EMR application


The EMR application must be installed and operational before you
begin to configure the CASE/CardioSoft to EMR interface. For
information on installing the EMR application, go to
http://support.medicalogic.com/, select your version of the
product, and then look under Installation Checklists.

Acquire administrator privileges


You will need administrator privileges to both the CASE/CardioSoft
system and to the EMR application to complete this configuration. If
you do not have administrator privileges, contact your system
administrator.

Acquire default provider name


The customer site administrator must designate the default provider for
use before migrating historical data from the CASE/CardioSoft system
to the EMR application.
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c. Verify that the EMR tab now is available onscreen.
CASE/CardioSoft System Configuration Setup Tab
NOTE
The Communication Folder locations were determined automatically
after the EMR application was installed, using information from the
file <EMR ApplicationInstallFolder>/CardioSoft/CardioSoft.ini.
d. The folder for error logging is automatically generated. Verify that the
folder location is accurate (i.e., for CardioSoft c:\ cardio\emr_errors, or for
CASE: d:\case\emr_errors).
EMR tab
Communication
folders
Error logging
folder location
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Migrate Historical CardioSoft Data
If you have been using CASE/CardioSoft prior to integrating with the EMR
application, you will need to migrate your existing CASE/CardioSoft data. This
migration transfers all of the data. You cannot selectively migrate only certain
records. There are four steps to this migration:
1. Configure the Cross Reference File.
2. Create LinkLogic Relationships.
3. Configure the LinkLogic Document Relationship.
4. Migrate Data.
Follow the detailed instructions in the CASE/CardioSoft - EMR Integration Release
Notes to configure the cross reference file, create LinkLogic relationships, and to
configure the LinkLogic document relationship (steps 1 3 above). Refer to
Migrate Data below to migrate historical data from the CASE/CardioSoft system
to the EMR application.
Migrate Data
After completing the instructions in the CASE/CardioSoft - EMR Integration
Release Notes, use the following instructions to migrate the CASE/CardioSoft data:
1. In the CASE/CardioSoft application, click System Configuration.
2. Select the EMR tab.
3. In the Data Transfer Via Shared Directory field, click the ellipsis and select the
network LinkLogic installation of the ...Data\In folder.
4. Click OK.
5. Click Start.
A demographics file (.hd) and its related ImageLink files (.ht) are created for
every patient in the CASE/CardioSoft database. These files are picked up by
LinkLogic and included in the patients chart.
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Metabolic Interface
The CASE workstation can communicate with the data acquisition device over the
workstations serial port. In addition, it can record test data to a shared file on the
network. This section describes:
the available communication commands
the serial port settings
the structure of the command string
the test data settings
the structure of the test data file
Communication Commands
The stress test module can process the following commands from the serial port:
'E' echo on
'T' start treadmill
'O' stop treadmill
'H' stage hold
'R' request measurements
'W' start pretest
'S' start exercise
'M' start recovery
Serial Port Settings
The default settings for serial port are
parity no
data bits 8
stop bits 1
baud rate 1200
handshake no
You can modify the settings for the serial port by modifying the following values in
[CAS_RECORD] section of the cardio.ini file located in the Windows directory. '
Field Values
SpiroParity 0 = no parity
1 = even parity
2 = odd parity
SpiroDataBits 0 = 7 data bits
1 = 8 data bits
SpiroStopBits 0 = 1 stop bit
1 = 2 stop bits
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For example, to configure the serial port for even parity, 7 data bits, 2 stop bits, 9600
baud, and XonXoff, cardio.ini would look like this:
[CAS_RECORD]
SpiroParity =1
SpiroDataBits =0
SpiroStopBits =1
SpiroBaudrate =5
SpiroHandShake =1
Command String Structure
The CASE workstation sends the following string to the serial port every five
seconds:
[recoxxx34xMxxxx0x%xxx60xxxx4x-999x-999x-999xx-19xxxx1xx-12x]4CCR
Position is very important in this message. Therefore, an x is used to indicate a
space. The following table identifies the remainder of the values in the string.
Explanatory notes follow the table.
SpiroBaudrate 0 = 300 baud
1 = 600 baud
2 = 1200 baud
3 = 2400 baud
4 = 4800 baud
5 = 9600 baud
6 = 19200 baud
7 = 38400 baud
8 = 56000 baud
9 = 128000 baud
SpiroHandShake 0 = no handshake
1 = XonXoff
2 = hardware handshake
3 = hardware handshake and interpretation of CR and NULL
Field Values
Part of string Meaning Value Notes
[ Beginning
reco Stage 'Recovery' 5, 10
xxx34 Speed * 10 3.4 5, 8
xM Speed designator MPH 1
xxxx0 Grade * 10 0.0 5
x% Grade designator % 2
xxx60 Heart Rate 60 BPM 5
xxxx4 Ectopic Beats per Minute 4 3, 6
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1. Could be 'K' for KPH. Kilometers per hour. If so, SPEED is KPH.
Could be 'P' for KPM. Kilopondmeters. If so, SPEED is KPM from Ergo.
Could be 'W' for WATTS. Watts. From Ergo.
2. Could be 'D' dor DEGREES. If so, GRADE is DEGREES.
3. This is ECTOPIC COUNT for the minute previous.
4. mmHg
5. If unavailable, pass 0.
6. If unavailable, pass -999.
7. Right-most 2 ASCII characters of checksum. Checksum includes [, all spaces,]
Alpha characters must be Upper Case.
8. If Ergometer Watts or KPM, SPEED value is not *10.
9. Not supported in the current version (value =-999)
10. The stage names are fixed as the following table shows:
x-999 BP Measurement NBR -999 6, 9
x-999 Systolic BP -999 4, 6
x-999 Diastolic BP -999 4, 6
xx-19 ST Level [mm]*10 -1.9 6
xxxx1 ST Slope [mV/s]*10 0.1 6
xx-12 ST Integral uV -12 6, 9
x] Ending
4C Checksum 7
CR Carriage return
Phase Stagenumber
Stagename in the shared file
(4 characters)
Pre-Test 1 base
Pre-Test 2 warm
warm
Exercise 1 ramp
ramp
Recovery 1 reco
reco
Part of string Meaning Value Notes
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Shared File Settings
If the stress test module receives the R command (request measurement, see
Communication Commands on page3-39), the CASE workstation will write the
stress test data to a shared file named ergospir.dat. By default, the file is stored in
c:\temp. You can change that setting by modifying the following fields in the
[CAS_RECORD] section of the win.ini file located in the Windows directory.
For example, if you want the shared file ergospir.dat to be written to a directory
called spirapp\data located on the c:\ drive, the entry in win.ini would look like this:
[CAS_RECORD]
SpiroOptionWriteToFile =1
SpiroDirectory =C:\SPIROAPP\DATA
Data File Structure
The CASE workstation will write the following data string to the shared file every
five seconds or immediately after phase or stage has changed.
[recoxxx34xMxxxx0x%xxx60xxxx4x-999x-999x-999xx-19xxxx1xx-12x]4CCR
Position is very important in this message. Therefore, an x is used to indicate a
space. The following table identifies the remainder of the values in the string.
Explanatory notes follow the table.
Field Values
SprioOptionWriteToFile 0 = Do not write to file
1 = Write to file
SpiroDirectory Valid directory path
Part of string Meaning Value Notes
[ Beginning
reco Stage 'Recovery' 5, 10, 11
xxx34 Speed * 10 3.4 5, 8
xM Speed designator MPH 1
xxxx0 Grade * 10 0.0 5
x% Grade designator % 2
xxx60 Heart Rate 60 BPM 5
xxxx4 Ectopic Beats per Minute 4 3, 6
x-999 BP Measurement NBR -999 6, 9
x-999 Systolic BP -999 4, 6
x-999 Diastolic BP -999 4, 6
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NOTES
1. Could be 'K' for KPH. Kilometers per hour. If so, SPEED is KPH.
Could be 'P' for KPM. Kilopondmeters. If so, SPEED is KPM from Ergo.
Could be 'W' for WATTS. Watts. From Ergo.
2. Could be 'D' dor DEGREES. If so, GRADE is DEGREES.
3. This is ECTOPIC COUNT for the minute previous.
4. mmHg
5. If unavailable, pass 0.
6. If unavailable, pass -999.
7. Right-most 2 ASCII characters of checksum. Checksum includes [, all spaces,]
Alpha characters must be Upper Case.
8. If Ergometer Watts or KPM, SPEED value is not *10.
9. Not supported in the current version (value =-999)
10. The stage names are fixed as the following table shows:
If a phase or stage change occurs, the complete string is written immediately.
xx-19 ST Level [mm] * 10 -1.9 6
xxxx1 ST Slope [mV/s] * 10 0.1 6
xx-12 ST Integral uV -12 6, 9
x] Ending
4C Checksum 7
CR Carriage return
Phase Stagenumber
Stagename in the shared file
(4 characters)
before Test-Start chck
Pre-Test 1 base
2 warm
... warm
Exercise 1 exer
... exer
Recovery 1 reco
... reco
Test finished stop
Part of string Meaning Value Notes
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InSite 2.0: Installing InSite 2.0
Installing InSite 2.0
InSite 2.0 is a remote service solution that provides GE Service with the following
two tools:
GE CASE CardioSoft InSite Service Agent, which
uploads files from the CardioSoft program directory\InSite\Upload,
downloads files to the CardioSoft program directory\InSite\Download, and
watches disk space of the CardioSoft database drive.
VNC Server, which provides remote access service capability provided
GE Service knows the VNC server password, and
GE CASE CardioSoft InSite Service Agent is set to automatic mode.
This document outlines the steps involved in installing InSite 2.0 in CardioSoft,
CardioSoft Client, CardioSoft DFT, and CardioSoft WebServer.
NOTE
InSite 2.0 replaces the previous remote service option, which used a MultiTech
modem and pcAnywhere to allow access to the CASE/CardioSoft system.
When upgrading from an earlier CardioSoft version, uninstall pcAnywhere
from the system before proceeding with the installation of InSite 2.0.
Pre-Installation Process
Before beginning the installation of the GE CASE CardioSoft InSite Service Agent,
complete the following steps.
NOTE
During installation, InSite 2.0 will use the information entered and checked in
the following steps as default values. This information includes device name,
serial number, CardioSoft program directory, CardioSoft database drive, Proxy
server address, and proxy server port. Be sure to record this information while
completing these steps.
1. Verify that CardioSoft, CardioSoft Client, CardioSoft DFT, or CardioSoft
WebServer are installed.
2. Turn off the PC.
3. Connect the CAM-USB with CAM14, CAM-USB A/T with CAM14, or
CORINA to the PC.
4. Turn the PC on.
5. Start CardioSoft.
6. Select System Configuration.
7. On the General tab, fill out the Institution Name and Address fields (Name,
Street, City).
8. On the Option Code tab, check the Internal Serial Number.
9. Exit CardioSoft.
10. Start Internet Explorer.
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11. To use a proxy server, complete the following steps:
a. Select Tools >Internet Options >Connections tab >Settings.
b. Select the Use a proxy server for your LAN... check box
c. Enter the proxy server address and port number.
12. Determine whether the proxy server requires authentication (method, user
name, password).
NOTE
If a proxy server will be used, please contact your System Administrator
for installation details.
CAUTI ON
If any of the above information is missing or incomplete, DO
NOT PROCEED with the installation. Incorrect information
provided during the installation may cause the services to function
improperly requiring you to uninstall/reinstall InSite 2.0. Obtain
ALL of the required information before proceeding.
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Installation Procedure
Use the following instructions to install the InSite 2.0 software:
1. Log on to the system.
NOTE
You must have system administrator privileges to perform the installation.
2. Insert the CD in the CD ROM drive.
If autoplay is enabled, the installation will begin immediately. If autoplay is not
enabled, use the following instructions to begin the installation routine:
a. Select Start > Run > Browse.
b. Locate the file X:\CASECardioSoftSAInstall
X =CD ROM drive letter, e.g. D:\ or E:\).
c. Double-click the file name.
The following screen appears.
3. Click Next> to advance to the next screen.
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4. Specify the root installation directory for the GE CASE CardioSoft InSite
Service Agent and the VNC Server.
The default directory is C:\gehc-it\InSite 2.0.
5. Click Next> to advance to the next screen.
6. Confirm or modify the default values (use alphanumeric values only).
The following table identifies the fields and required values. Use alphanumeric
values only. Spaces are not allowed.
Device Name Unique device name for the GE CASE CardioSoft
InSite Service Agent. It consists of Product Name,
Product Version, Institution Name, and Mac Address.
To locate the Mac Address, use the following
instructions:
a. From the Start button, select Programs >
Accessories > Command Prompt to open a
DOS window.
b. Type the command ipconfig -all | more
c. Record the value of the Ethernet Adapter
Local Area Connection in the Physical
Address line without the leading hyphen (-).
This is the Mac Address.
Serial Number The serial number of the CAM-USB, CAM-USB/AT,
or CORINA.
Program Directory The directory where CardioSoft application is
installed.
Database Driver The drive where the CardioSoft database is installed.
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NOTE
The GE Service technician will need to know a part of the device name
(e.g., the Mac address) or the serial number to locate your PC using InSite
2.0. To ensure that this information is available when needed, record it in
the following table:
7. After the fields have been verified or modified, click Next> to advance to the
next screen.
8. Indicate whether the GE CASE CardioSoft InSite Service Agent will connect to
the GE enterprise server through a proxy server and click Next> to advance to
the next screen.
What happens next depends on your response in step 8.
If you selected Yes, you must define the proxy settings InSite 2.0 will use.
Proceed to step 9.
If you selected No, you will be prompted to select whether the CardioSoft
InSite Service Agent and VNC Server should start automatically after
install. Skip to step 14.
Device Name:
Serial Number:
CardioSoft Program Directory:
CardioSoft Database Drive:
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9. Enter the proxy server address and port that was recorded during the pre-
installation process.
Record the information in the following table for service interventions:
10. Click Next> to advance to the next screen.
11. Indicate whether the GE CASE CardioSoft InSite Service Agent will require
authentication. and click Next> to advance to the next screen.
What happens next depends on your response to step 11.
If you selected Yes, you must specify the authentication settings InSite 2.0
will use. Proceed to step 12.
If you selected No, you will be prompted to select whether the CardioSoft
InSite Service Agent and VNC Server should start automatically after
install. Skip to step 14.
Proxy Server Address: Port:
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12. Enter the User Name and Password information required by the proxy server
and select the authentication method.
Record the information in the following table for service interventions:
13. Click Next> to advance to the next screen.
14. Choose whether the installer should automatically start the VNC Server and
CardioSoft InSite Service Agent upon completion.
The installer automatically starts these services by rebooting the computer after
installation of InSite 2.0. If you choose not to start these services automatically,
you will need to start them manually (see Operating InSite 2.0 on page4-14).
User Name:
Password:
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15. Click Next> to advance to the next screen.
16. Review the installation summary and do one of the following:
If the summary is incorrect, click <Back to return to a previous screen and
make a correction. Refer to the appropriate step for instructions.
If the summary is correct, click Next> to begin the installation. The
progress is displayed, as seen below.
When the software has been registered, the following screen appears.
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17. Click OK to continue the installation.
When the installation is complete, the following screen appears.
18. Click Finish to exit the installer application.
19. Contact your local GE Service Center to have them verify connection with
InSite 2.0. You will need the information recorded during the installation
process.
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Uninstalling InSite 2.0
If GE Services cannot connect to InSite 2.0, it could indicate that incorrect
information was entered during the installation. To correct this problem, you will
need to uninstall the software, gather the correct information, and re-install the
software using the corrected information. Use the following procedure to uninstall
InSite 2.0.
1. From the Windows taskbar, select Start > Settings > Control Panel.
2. Double-click Add/Remove Programs.
3. Locate GE CASE CardioSoft InSite Service Agent.
4. Click Change/Remove.
The Uninstall Welcome Screen appears.
5. Click Next.
The Uninstall Summary Screen appears.
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6. Click Next.
The InSite 2.0 uninstall routine unregisters the WinVNC service and displays
the following dialog box.
7. Click OK.
The uninstall routine completes the uninstallation and displays the Uninstall
Confirmation Screen.
8. Click Finish to complete the installation.
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Operating InSite 2.0
InSite 2.0 can be operated in one of two modes: Automatic or Manual.
Manual
The default mode. Requires you to start the GE CASE CardioSoft InSite Service
Agent and the VNCServer services when they are needed.
Automatic
Starts the GE CASE CardioSoft InSite Service Agent and the VNCServer
services automatically when the system boots.
Setting the Operation Mode
Use the following instructions to switch operating modes.
1. From the Windows taskbar, select Start >Settings >Control Panel.
The Control Panel opens.
2. Double-click Administrative Tools.
The Administrative Tools window opens.
3. Double-click Services.
The Services window opens, as seen below.
4. Verify that the GE CASE CardioSoft InSite Service Agent and VNCServer
services exist.
The Status column (A) indicates the status of each service.
The Startup Type column (B) indicates the currently selected operating mode of
the services (Automatic or Manual).
5. To toggle either the Status or the Startup Type, right-click the appropriate
column for a service and select the appropriate option.
A B
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Restricting Remote Access
To provide additional security from unauthorized access, you can use theWinVNC
Current User Properties window to:
set a service password (A),
require confirmation prior to granting access to incoming connections (B), and
set a confirmation response time, after which an incoming connection will be
automatically rejected (C).
NOTE
During installation of InSite 2.0, a default password is configured and the
Display Query Window check box (B) is deselected.
Use the following procedure to set these options.
1. Display the Windows taskbar if it is not visible.
A
C B
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2. Click the WinVNC icon (D).
The WinVNC: Current User Properties window opens.
NOTE
When the content of the blue diamond is red instead of yellow, a Remote
Access Service connection is active. To cancel an active connection, right-
click the icon (D) and select Kill all clients.
3. Change the password under Incoming Connections (A).
NOTE
Contact GE Service and inform them of the new password: they need the
password to access your PC.
4. Select the Display Query Window check box (B) and enter the Timeout (B) in
seconds.
NOTE
When an incoming connection tries to access your PC, a Query Window
will be displayed on your PC for the period of time specified at Timeout
(C). This identifies the user name used and the IP from which the
connection is being made. You can use this information to verify that it is
GE Service attempting to connect.

To accept the connection, click Accept. If you do not accept within the
timeout period, the connection is rejected automatically.
To reject the connection, click Reject.
5. To accept your changes on the WinVNC: Current User Properties window,
click OK.
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Maintenance: Introduction
Introduction
A regular equipment maintenance program helps prevent unnecessary equipment
and power failures and reduces possible health hazards. This chapter contains
instructions for the following recommended maintenance:
Inspecting and cleaning the unit
Leakage tests to verify the equipment does not propose a health hazard
Ground continuity test to verify all exposed metal is properly grounded
WARNI NG
Failureon the part of all responsible individuals, hospitals or
institutions employing the use of this deviceto implement the
recommended maintenance schedule may cause equipment failure
and possible health hazards. The manufacturer does not, in any
manner, assume responsibility for performing the recommended
maintenance schedule unless an Equipment Maintenance
Agreement exists. The sole responsibility rests with the
individuals, hospitals, or institutions utilizing the device.
Required Tools and Supplies
In addition to a standard set of hand tools, you will need the special tools and items
listed below to maintain or repair the unit.
Table 1-1. Tools and Supplies (Continued)
Leakage Current Tester
120 V (or equivalent)
240 V (or equivalent)
Multimeter
Isopropyl Alcohol
Dust Remover (compressed air)
Lint-free Cloth
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Inspection and Cleaning
Basic maintenance consists of visual inspection and both external and internal
cleaning.
Visual Inspection
Perform a visual inspection of all equipment and peripheral devices daily. Turn off
the unit and remove power before making an inspection or cleaning the unit.
Check the case and display screen for cracks or other damage.
Regularly inspect all cords and cables for fraying or other damage.
Verify that all cords and connectors are securely seated.
Inspect keys and controls for proper operation.
Toggle keys should not stick in one position.
Knobs should rotate fully in both directions.
Exterior Cleaning
Clean the exterior surfaces once per month, and more frequently if needed.
Use a clean, soft cloth and a mild dishwashing detergent diluted in water.
Wring the excess water from the cloth. Do not drip water or any liquid on the
equipment, and avoid contact with open vents, plugs, or connectors.
Dry the surfaces with a clean cloth or paper towel.
Interior Cleaning
Disassembly
To clean the interior, log off the CASE application, shut down the system, turn the
power switch to OFF, and unplug the unit from the power outlet. Remove the screws
from the CPU access door, then remove the door.
General
Check for dust buildup on the surfaces of the interior circuit boards, components,
and assemblies. Use commercially available compressed air to blow away
accumulated dust. Follow the manufacturers directions for use.
After reassembly, reconnect the CASE unit to AC power.
Thermal Printhead
Clean the thermal printhead every three months, or more often with heavy use. A
build-up of thermal paper coating on the printhead can cause light or uneven
printing.
Use a solution containing alcohol on a nonwoven, nonabrasive cloth such as Techni-
Cloth to wipe off the printhead. Do not use paper toweling, as it can scratch the
printhead.
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Electrical Safety Tests
The suggested electrical safety tests, described below, are based on UL 60601-1 or
the international standard IEC 60601-1, as applicable.
What follows is a general description of the suggested tests; refer to the governing
standard for a more detailed description. Conduct the tests under normal ambient
conditions of temperature, humidity, pressure, and line voltage. The leakage
currents correspond to 110% of the rated voltage for the test unit. Most Safety
Testers take this into account; otherwise, the measured values must be calculated.
Recommended Test Schedule
GE recommends that the tests be performed according to the following schedule:
After initial installation.
Once every 12 months thereafter as part of a regular maintenance plan.
Whenever internal assemblies are serviced.
Recommended Test Equipment
The following equipment is required to conduct the electrical safety tests:
Safety Tester calibrated to IEC 60601-1. Refer to the devices user manual for
details on calibration and use. To ensure personal safety, refer to the tesing
instruments user documentation.
Testing connector, as described for the individual tests, below
Protective Earth Resistance Test
This test determines whether the device and/or its power cord has a power ground
fault.
If the device has a power cord, the test measures the impedance between the cords
protective earth pin and any accessible metal part which is protectively earthed. If
the device does not have a power cord, the test measures the impedance between the
AC inlets protective earth teminal and any accessible metal part which is
protectively earthed. Conduct the test both with and without a power cord.
To conduct this test, the test circuit must conform to the following values:
The test fails if the measured value is greater than indicated in the following table:
Hertz Amperage Voltage
50 Hz / 60 Hz 25 A 6 V
IEC 60601-1 UL 60601-1
With Power Cord 200 mOhm 200 mOhm
Without Power Cord 100 mOhm 100 mOhm
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Leakage Current Measurement
To perform the suggested measurements, the unit under test has to be separated from
any interconnection to a system. If the unit is part of a system, extended tests must
be performed in accordance with the governing standard.
The following diagram shows the Measuring Circuit [M] required for leakage
current. The reading in mV corresponds to mA (leakage current). The Safety Testers
generally work with this Measuring Circuit [M] and the displayed values are already
converted to leakage current.
Electrical Diagram for Leakage Current Measurement
Earth Leakage (AC line) Current Test
This test measures leakage current of the devices internal power supply. The device
has to be turned on and off, and connected to your safety-testing equipment.
Measurements should be taken under the following conditions (refer to the safety
tester diagram):
Device in ON state
Polarity switch NORM and RVS
S1 (neutral) closed and open
GND switch open
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The test has failed if the measured values are greater than:
Enclosure Leakage Current Test
This test measures the leakage current from the chassis to the ground during both
normal conditions (N.C.) and single fault conditions (S.F.C.). In both cases, use the
Safety Tester to measure the leakage current from any exposed conductive part to
the ground, as illustrated in the following diagram.
Electrical Diagram for Enclosure Leakage Current Test
Use the following settings on your Safety Tester during normal conditions:
Polarity: NORM & RVS
S1 (neutral): closed
GND: open
Polarity: NORM & RVS
S1 (neutral): open
GND: open
Total tests/combinations: 2 Total tests/combinations: 2
500 A (IEC) 1,000 A (IEC & UL)
300 A (UL)
Switch Setting
Polarity NORM and RVS
GND closed
S1 (neutral) closed
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Use the following settings on your Safety Tester during single fault conditions:
The test fails if the measured values are greater than indicated in the following table:
Patient Leakage Current Test
This test measures leakage current from the floating input (patient connection) to
ground during normal condition (N.C.) and single fault condition (S.F.C.), and
depends on a domestic power outlet with 115 or 230 V AC as the source into the
floating inputs. In all cases, the leakage current is measured from the floating input
to ground: The device has to be turned on and off, and connected to your safety
testing instrument.
Electrical Diagram for Patient Leakage Current Test
NOTE
For your protection, the following values of resistor R may be used:
Switch Setting
Polarity NORM and RVS
GND open and closed
S1 (neutral) closed and open
IEC 60601-1. UL 60601-1
N.C. 100 A 100 A
S.F.C. 500 A 300 A
Device Type Resistence Line Voltage
Type BF 22 kOhm 120 to 130 V
47 kOhm 220 to 240 V
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During N.C., measurements should be taken under the following conditions (refer to
the safety tester diagram:
Device in ON state
Polarity switch NORM and RVS
GND switch GND closed
S1 (neutral) closed
During S.F.C., measurements should be taken under the following conditions (refer
to the safety tester diagram):
Device in ON state
Polarity switch NORM and RVS
GND switch closed, S1 (neutral) open
GND switch open, S1 (neutral) closed
The test has failed if the measured values are greater than:
N.C. S.F.C.
Polarity: NORM & RVS
S1 (neutral): closed
GND: closed
Polarity: NORM & RVS
S1 (neutral): closed | open
GND: open | closed
Total tests/combinations: 2 Total tests/combinations: 4
10 A (IEC & UL) 50 A (IEC & UL)
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Patient Leakage Current, Mains on Applied Part
WARNI NG
PERSONAL SAFETY MAINS VOLTAGE is applied to
floating input (patient connection) and patient cables/test plug
conductors and safety tester PATIN J ACK.
For the protection of the person performing these tests, the
following values of resistor R may be used:
Type BF 22 kOhm (120 to 130 V)
Type BF 47 kOhm (220 to 240 V)
Disconnect safety tester from line voltage before connecting
patient cable/test plug to device.
After line voltage has been disconnected, connect the patient
cable/test plug to device.
This test performs leakage current tests during single fault conditions (S.F.C.) with
line voltage applied to the floating (patient connection) inputs.
In all cases, the leakage current is measured from the floating (patient) inputs jack of
the device to ground. To setup this leakage current test:
1. Disconnect the safety tester from the line voltage
2. Ground all signal input/output connections (all SIPs/SOPs connected to ground)
3. Connect the patient cable/test plug to device
4. Connect the patient cable/test plug to the safety tester
5. Ensure that the person/tester in not touching the patient cable/test plug or
floating (patient) input or device conductive surfaces
6. Connect safety tester to line voltage see warning on previous page.
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During S.F.C, measurements should be taken under the following conditions (refer
to safety tester diagram):
Device in ON state
Polarity switch NORM and RVS
S1 (neutral) open
GND switch closed
The test has failed if the measured values are greater than:
After completing this test, disconnect the safety tester from line voltage before
disconnecting the patient cable/test plug and/or the device.
N.C. S.F.C.
N/A Polarity: NORM & RVS
S1 (neutral): closed
GND: closed
Total tests/combinations: 0 Total tests/combinations: 2
N/A 5 mA (IEC & UL)
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Troubleshooting: Overview
Overview
This chapter discusses the tools and techniques for troubleshooting problems with
the CASE system. The topics include:
Service Tools
Service Screen
Diagnostic Tests
Entering a One-Day Password
General Fault Isolation
General Troubleshooting
Frequently Asked Questions
Flat Panel Monitor Problems
Printer Debugging
Usage and Workaround of Acrobat 6
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Troubleshooting Tools
CASE provides two groups of tools to help you diagnose issues with the system:
Service Screen
Diagnostic Tests
Each tool is discussed in more detail below.
Service Screen
The Service Screen is used to help diagnose issues with the CASE system. It
provides access to the system log, key settings, software tests, and service functions.
It can be accessed in the General Settings via the For Service key. When prompted
for a password, enter helserv or case8k, depending on model.
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Service Screen Description
The following table describes the elements of the Service Screen.
Element Description
Logbook Displays internal logbook entries of e errors arising during the run
period since the last program start. Each entry is time stamped.
You can delete the log or save it for future reference.
Active Activates the entries in the internal logbook. Can only be
deactivated until next program start
Delete Deletes all entries in internal logbook.
Save as Saves all entries of the internal logbook to a text file.
OK or Cancel Close the Service Screen
Archive Path Select on a CASE System the path to the archive A: (floppy drive)
or E: (CDROM drive). This Archive Path is only displayed if the
password case8k was entered.
CORINA time constant (HP
filter)
Time Constant for CORINA ECG Acquisition Module. Should be
not changed unless requested by customer.
CAM14 High Pass Filter High Pass Filter for CAM14 ECG Acquisition Module. Should be
not changed unless requested by customer.
Research Full Disclosure ECG
(in directory \ONL500,
\ONL2000)
Should be set to none. If you select any other value, the hard disk
will fill up quickly: for every Full disclosure ECG a Full disclosure
ECG with 500 Samples per second or 2000 Samples per second
will be stored.
CAM14 Disable Lead-Fail Bias Disable Lead-Fail Bias for CAM14 ECG Acquisition Module.
ACQ TEST Test of the CASE ECG Acquisition Module.
WRTR TEST Test of the Thermal Writer.
KEYPAD TEST Test of the CASE function keyboard.
BURN-IN TEST Burn-In Test for CASE.
LOOPBACK TEST Loop back test for CASE Serial ports.
Test dictionary Compares the Text Strings of the selected language with the actual
selected language of the system configuration.
Service notice Service Person can write notice to a file.
Set CAM-USB/CORINA Serial
Number
Set the CAM-USB or the CORINA Serial number of a CAM-USB or
CORINA from Service with Serial Number 0.
Delete Network Locks All other stations of the network using this server must be stopped
before this Network Locks should be deleted.
Save Log Files Save the Log Files what have been activated from Engineering and
send this Log Files please to Engineering.
Format floppy Formats a floppy disk.
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Diagnostic Tests
The diagnostic tests check operation of the acquisition module and board, writer,
and keypad. A burn-in test in the menu is for factory production only.
Access the Tests
1. On the startup screen, click System Config.
2. On theSystem Configuration screen click For Service Only.
3. When the Password prompt appears, enter helserv or case 8R.
4. From the bottom of the Service Screen choose the CASE Test Software you
want to view
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Acquisition Test
Click ACQ TEST at the bottom of the service screen. The acquisition test screen
appears.
The screen displays information about the status of data acquisition.
Keypad Test
Click KEYPAD TEST at the bottom of the service screen.
Press each key on the keypad, and watch the interactive screen to be sure all are
functioning properly.
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Writer Test
Click WRTR TEST at the bottom of the service screen.
The screen provides information about the writer settings. If the printhead or Power
Distribution with Writer PCB assembly is replaced, the resistance value must be
entered in this screen, then select Recalc and Save.
Speed and roller tests can be run from the CASE Writer Utility screen.
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Entering a One-Day Password
The one-day password is used when the CASE application has been password
protected through the User List. The service/service and Administrator/
admin1,3,5,7 username and password only get you to the desktop; they do not allow
you to use the CASE application. The one-day password is the only way to access
the CASE application when the application has been password protected.
The one-day password is made up of 6 characters, starting with todays YEAR
DATE MONTH (with 2-digits for each parameter).
Example: the six-digit number for J anuary 15, 2002 is 021501. Using the chart
above, the password would convert into rxzmrz.
0 = r 5 = m
1 = z 6 = f
2 = x 7 = n
3 = v 8 = a
4 = c 9 = s
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General Fault Isolation
Visual Inspection
A thorough visual inspection of the equipment can save time. Small things
disconnected cables, foreign debris on circuit boards, missing hardware, loose
componentscan frequently cause symptoms and equipment failures that may
appear to be unrelated and difficult to track.
NOTE
Take the time to make all the recommended visual checks (refer to Table2,
Visual Inspection List, on page6-10) before starting any detailed
troubleshooting procedures
Power-up Self-test
On power-up, the system automatically runs an internal self-test. If all circuits test
good, the start up screen displays.
Table 2. Visual Inspection List
Area Look for the following problems
I/O Connectors and
Cables
Fraying or other damage
Bent prongs or pins
Cracked housing
Loose screws in plugs
Fuses Type and rating. Replace as necessary.
Interface Cables Excessive tension or wear
Loose connection
Strain reliefs out of place
Circuit Boards Moisture, dust, or debris (top and bottom)
Loose or missing components
Burn damage or smell of over-heated components
Socketed components not firmly seated
PCB not seated properly in edge connectors
Solder problems: cracks, splashes on board, incomplete
feedthrough, prior modifications or repairs
Ground Wires/Wiring Loose wires or ground strap connections
Faulty wiring
Wires pinched or in vulnerable position
Mounting Hardware Loose or missing screws or other hardware, especially
fasteners used as connections to ground planes on PCBs
Power Source Faulty wiring, especially AC outlet
Circuit not dedicated to system
(Power source problems can cause static discharge, resetting
problems, and noise.)
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General Troubleshooting
Problem: Stress test driver settings lost. Stress test profiles were changed or newly created and
are no longer there.
Solution: The file ERG_PROT_V5AN.DAT (ERG_PROT_ANSI.DAT old name before
V4.2) in the Windows directory was inadvertently deleted or overwritten.
A backup of this file should be made after changing profiles so that it can be restored
even after a hard disk error (restore file into Windows directory).
Problem: Defective data sets in the database. Errors occur during patient selection, but not
when selecting examination options.
Solution: Contact technical support for a reorganization tool, which may repair the error in the
database.
By activating the REORG procedure you can reorganize defective BTRIEVE files
from CASE. This repair procedure may become necessary when the data becomes
damaged for some reason or another (e.g. after a power failure). To carry out the
repair procedure successfully, CASE must first of all be terminated. There must be
sufficient memory space on your hard disk.
As a general rule, the following applies: memory space required =twice as much
free memory space as the sum of all CASE files with the suffix BTR.
The original CASE files are still available in the form of OLD files after
reorganization and should only be deleted when the reorganization has been
completed successfully.
If the reorganization is unsuccessful, the only option remaining is to retrieve the
latest backup data or contact technical support for the Database Repair Tool
(CARD_REP).
Problem: Error when reading examinations, examinations get lost
Error messages when calling up examinations from the archive or examinations no
longer there.
Solution: There are two causes, which may lead to the loss of data on hard disks.
One is a read error on the disk; the second is the destructive influence of some
viruses. Indications of a defective hard disk sometimes exhibit themselves as
reading errors in certain sectors. The number of defective sectors increases with
time. Such a hard disk must be replaced.
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Problem: Patient locked, although only called up from one workstation
A patient in the network is locked, although they are only called up from one
workstation. This error only occurs when the program crashes or after switching off
the PC without having terminated CASE beforehand.
Solution: Please be sure that CASE is not running from any workstation.
Problem: Monitoring stress tests
Attempt to monitor a stress test from two stations at the same time.
Solution: None! A stress test currently being performed can be monitored from one station
only at any one time.
Problem: Swapping out examinations.
Almost simultaneous swap-out at several stations; examinations are destroyed.
Solution: None! Refer to Device Manual.
Problem: Transferring examinations to data media
When an examination is transferred to another data medium, naming a subdirectory
with an umlaut (or other special characters), the examination cannot be retrieved.
Solution: Create subdirectories without umlauts (or other special characters).
It is not possible to transfer more than 512 examinations into the root directory of a
data medium as DOS is only able to manage a maximum of 512 files on this
medium. If more examinations are to be transferred, a subdirectory must be created.
The number of files there is practically unlimited.
Problem: No connection to ergometer Ergoline 900.
Solution: Use Version 752 or M345 with OEM 4 buttons, or Version 236/436 in
Program 10 with original 25 button Ergoline.
Problem: Modem RAS connection is not started.
In MUSE Settings of System Configuration of CASE is activated Start Modem
connection before transfer, but the connection is not started. Please do not start
manually the Modem RAS connection, when you configure that the application
should start the connection.
Solution: Terminate the manually started Modem RAS connection.
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Problem: Not enough memory space when compressing examination.
When compressing examination and using a Hard Disk >4.3GB the following
message will occur that less than 15% of storage medium is free.
Solution: Set the percentage of storage medium in CASE tab System Configuration, button
Database to 1% or Disable Check of free disk space with entry
LOG_DisableFreeCheck=1 in section [CARDIO] in the WIN.INI file
Problem: Reprogramming Serial Number
Solution: 1. Go to the Service Screen and select Service Tool for Corina and CAM-USB
v5.0.
2. Select Read Acquisition System Information. Only when the Acquisition System
serial number is 0 the Serial Number Programming Mode can be entered.
Problem: On some occasions, the program does not calculate the target load.
Solution: To calculate the target load, the program needs to know the patient's gender, date of
birth, height, and weight.
In the following situations, the program is not able to calculate the target load:
age <15 years or age >84 years
or height <50 cm or height >250 cm
or weight <20 kg or weight >200 kg
or body surface area (men) <1.6 m
2
or body surface (women) <1.2 m
2
Problem: OS Message appears: Adobe Acrobat Reader is not installed.
Solution: When the message appears, please install the Acrobat Reader from the CASE CD.
1. You must have system administrator privileges to install the software.
2. Insert the CASE CD in the CD ROM drive. If the CD drive automatically starts
up, close the CASE Installation Screen.
3. Select Start > Run.
4. In the command line type X:\Disk\Setup Acrobat (X=CD ROM drive letter,
e.g. E or D).
5. Click OK.
6. Follow the displayed prompts.
Symptom: Application seems to lock up at Test End in Exercise Test. If the database is
damaged and the user initiates to store the test, there is a BTRV error message. But
this error message may appear behind the acquisition window. The problem is that
the user will not see the message box and for him it seems that the system locked up.
Solution: Press one of the keys ALT, ESC, RETURN. This will bring the error message into
the foreground
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Symptom: Application seems to lock up while printing a Post Test Report on the thermal
printer.
Solution: Press the key Stop Printing on the function keyboard. Delete the print jobs from
the Marquette Thermal printer: Settings / Control Panel / Printer.
Problem: InSite 2.0 - No remote access to server.
Solution: Check if the remote servicing software PC Anywhere is installed on your PC. If it
is installed, please remove it.
Problem: By default the CASE system shuts down, when the CASE application is closed.
Solution: To prevent the CASE system from shutting down after the application is closed, the
following entry has to be added to your WIN.INI file:
[Cardio]
Mai_NTDown=0
Depending on the CASE version the file WIN.INI is located in different folders:
Problem: Test cannot be opened with the MUSE Browser function, when running Windows
XP on a CASE system. The window that opens is blank and no error message is
displayed.
Solution: Install the CD Security Patches CASE XP, PN 2034985-001.
CASE Version WIN.INI Location
v6 or later CASE installation directory
prior to v6 Windows system directory
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Frequently Asked Questions
Problem: The Remote Test Screen shows vertical red lines or the ECG does not appear
continuously on the remote viewing system over TCP/IP.
Solution: Please make the entries for the package size in the TCP/IP protocol in your Stress
Test System (the remote viewing system does not need an additional entry for TCP/
IP).
Windows NT 4.0
1. With the Registry Editor "regedt32.exe", locate the following key:
"HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\<Adapter
Name>\Parameters\Tcpip"
Where <Adapter Name>refers to the subkey for a network adapter that TCP/IP
is bound to.
2. Go to EDIT and then to Add Value.
3. Select Data Type REG_DWORD
4. Enter the Value Name MTU, press <ENTER>, and type in Data 200 Hex
("512" in Dec) and press <ENTER>. Now you have an additional line in the
right window:
MTU:REG_DWORD:0x200
5. After the change, reboot the system.
Windows 2000
1. With the Registry Editor regedt32.exe please locate and set the following
key:
MTU
Key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Par
ameters\Interfaces\ID for Adapter
2. Go to EDIT and then to Add Value.
3. Select Data Type REG_DWORD
4. Enter the Value Name MTU, press <ENTER>and type in Data 200 Hex
(512 in Dec) and press <ENTER>
Now you have an additional line in the right window:
MTU:REG_DWORD:0x200
5. After the change, reboot the system.
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Problem: When I open an examination, I get an error when reading examinations,
examinations get lost, or I get a Decompression Error. Errors or decompression error
messages come up when I call up examinations (also from the archive) or
examinations that are no longer there.
Solution: There are two main causes which may lead to the loss / corruption of data on hard
disks:
A read error on the disk, or
The destructive influence of some viruses.
Additionally, a defective hard disk could be the reason. Indications of a defective
hard disk sometimes exhibit themselves as reading errors in certain sectors. The
number of defective sectors increases with time. Such a hard disk must be replaced.
Check the hard disk using SCANDISK or CHKDSK. If the result of the check
indicates many lost sectors, replace the disk. If not, restore the system by using the
last BACKUP file.
Problem: When I start CASE, I get a database error
Solution: Close CASE and start REORG.BAT file from CASE directory in DATABASE
directory.
Problem: PCW130 value will not be displayed in the stress test measurement summary
Solution: PCW 130 is not for use in combination with treadmill stress tests.
The stress test must be complete, the weight of the patient must be entered, and a
heart rate of 130 must be reached. (ECG equipment must have the capability for a
heart rate of 130.)
Problem: The modem I use is not in the modem list and brings up an error message at
initialization
Solution: Chose modem type User defined and delete \X1 out of the field Initialization.
After doing this, the error message will disappear. Configure modems type
MultiTech only with 14400 baud and 19.2K baud.
Use the newer MultiTech 56K with the modified modem type User defined.
Problem: Patient selection menu will not fit within the screen
Solution: Select SMALL FONTS within the display configuration window.
Problem: Heart Rate removed after transferred from MAC 1200 to CASE
Solution: The Heart Rate is calculated from the RR duration. To get the Heart Rate in CASE,
you must have the Measurement Software Option on the MAC 1200, then the RR
duration and the Heart Rate can be calculated.
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Problem: Small differences in the measurement values after transferred from MAC 1200 to
CASE.
Solution: The protocol used to transfer the data doesn't use the same amplitude unit for the
measurement values from MAC 1200. These values have to be converted when the
data is received in CardioSoft and the results may not be exactly the same values.
Problem: Integration of CASE in an archiving system by the customer
Solution: Customer buys Adobe Acrobat. Adobe Acrobat installs a printer driver to generate
PDF files. These generated PDF files can be sent to the archive system of the
customer and the archiving system can view these files with the PDF reader. PDF
files can be printed with high quality on a laser printer. These PDF files are better
than exported screen shots (such as J PG files).
Problem: Proxy Settings from Internet Explorer influence the FTP file transfer to MUSE
Solution: If a Proxy Server name is configured, then the intranet MUSE FTP Server Name
must be excluded from the Proxy Server.
Problem: The Windows 2000 network displays a BTRV error message when a registered user
tries to invoke CASE.
Solution: In the Windows 2000 network, register the user and grant ALL rights. In Windows
2000, the selection of users with limited rights is the default setting.
Problem: [11007] Error starting print job on CASE
Solution: This Error Message is generated if the print job cannot be started.
Reasons for this error message: No printer is defined as default printer.
Problem: If a PDF report with ECG grid is generated with Adobe Acrobat in CASE, the figure
2 is displayed instead of the ECG grid.
Solution: 1. Display Acrobat Distiller from Adobe Acrobat: Start Menu -> Settings ->
Printers.
2. Double-click on Acrobat Distiller and select the menu: Printer -> Document
Defaults...
3. Deactivate field Do not send fonts to Distiller on the Adobe PDF Settings tab.
4. Set field Graphic-> True Type Font to value Download as Softfont on the
Advanced tab.
Problem: When transferring data from MAC 1200, the same patient record is created twice.
Solution: The function of CardioSys/Soft to automatically assign an incoming resting ECG
from a MAC 1200 to a patient record does not pose any problems.
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If the patient with the patient ID from MAC 1200 already exists in CardioSys/Soft,
the resting ECG will automatically be assigned to this patient.
If the patient with the patient ID from MAC 1200 does not exist in the CardioSys/
Soft database, the patient record will be generated and the resting ECG will be
assigned to the new patient record.
A second patient record with the name displayed in capital letters is generated only
when a resting ECG with the same acquisition date and time is transferred a second
time. This second resting ECG is assigned to the second patient record and can be
deleted.
Make sure that you do not unnecessarily transfer resting ECGs more than once.
If a new resting ECG is transferred after the resting ECG is sent a second time, the
new one will be assigned to the first patient record.
Problem: The MUSE Web Server works, but an error message appears when the CASE
patient list is invoked.
Solution: A MUSEWeb user account must be created under Windows and assigned to the
MUSE group. The user account must also be created in MUSE.
Problem: Metabolic Carts display a higher heart rate than CASE?
Solution: During exercise tests, the heart rate is calculated for 30-second tabular data. The
heart rate is averaged over 30 seconds at 5-second intervals and entered in the table.
The max. heart rate is derived from the tabular data. If the heart rate is sent to the
metabolic cart at 5-second intervals, the value displayed there may be higher than in
CASE.
Question: Network installation using cardiouser as the domain user does not work. What can
be done?
Answer: For CASE to run in the Windows 2000 environment, the registered user must be a
member of the local group of power users. This applies to both local users and
domain users. The user must have the right to access the Cardio installation
directory and the Temp directory. We assume you have verified the latter
requirement. So the user rights are probably the root cause of the problem.
Log on to the CASE client as the Administrator (local), and add the user
?Domain?\cardiouser to the local user group of power users. Repeat this
configuration at each CASE client.
For multiple users, it is recommended to create a special user group for them on the
domain controller and to add this user group to the local user group of main users.
To do so, expand the entry Local users and groups in the computer administration
and click the Groups folder. In the window at right, click Main User. A dialog opens
showing all members of the group. Clicking the Add button opens a second dialog
Select user or group. Select the domain from the combo box at the top.
Select the user or the group and confirm with Add. Exit with OK.
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Question: How can I run CardioSoftWeb on a Windows 2000 Domain Controller?
Answer: For CardioSoftWeb to run on Windows 2000 domain controllers, users
IUSR_<Computer Name>and IWAM_<ComputerName>must be assigned to the
group Server Operators after installation.
To do so, open the dialog Active Directory Users and Computers via Control Panel -
->Administrative Tools. In the dialog at left, select the Domain, under Domain, on
the folder Builtin and open the Property Dialog for the Server Operators.
Select the Members tab a add the users IUSR_<Computer Name>and
IWAM_<ComputerName>.
Question: What do the spirometry test parameters mean (LF501)?
For SpiroSoft parameters, see users manual.
Answer: Designation of Spirometry Test Parameters
Parameter Designation
IVC [liters] Inspiratory vital capacity
(relaxed)
Inspiratorische
Vitalkapazitt
EVC [liters] Expiratory vital capacity
(relaxed)
Exspiratorische
Vitalkapazitt
FEVC [liters] Forced expiratory vital
capacity
Forcierte Exspiratorische
Vitalkapazitt
FEV1 [liters] Volume of air exhaled
during the 1st second of
FEVC
Forciertes exspiratorisches
Volumen in 1 Sekunde
PEF [liters/second] Peak expiratory flow Max. exspiratorischer Flow
MEF75 [liters/second] Max. expired flow at 75%
FEVC remaining
Forcierter max.
exspiratorischer Flow bei
75% Restvolumen FEVC
MEF50 [liters/second] Max. expired flow at 50%
FEVC remaining
Forcierter max.
exspiratorischer Flow bei
50% Restvolumen FEVC
MEF25 [liters/second] Max. expired flow at 25%
FEVC remaining
Forcierter max.
exspiratorischer Flow bei
25% Restvolumen FEVC
MMF [liters/second] Max. mid-expiratory flow
(forced) between 25 and
75% of FEVC
Mittlerer Flow bei 25-75%
FEVC
FIVC [liters] Forced inspiratory vital
capacity
Forcierte inspiratorische
Vitalkapazitt
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Question: What are the rules for the MILLER spirometry interpretation (LF501)?
Answer: 1. FEV1/IVC 70% and IVCref/IVC 70%
-->No Respiratory Problem
2. FEV1/IVC <70% and IVCref/IVC <70%
-->Combined Respiratory Problem
3. FEV1/IVC <70% and IVCref/IVC 70%
-->Obstruction
4. FEV1/IVC 70% and IVCref/IVC <70%
-->Restriction
Question: What are the maximum numbers of objects in the application?
Answer: The CASE application has the follow restrictions for data storage:
FIV1 [liters] Volume of air inhaled
during the 1st second of
FIVC
Forciertes inspiratorisches
Volumen nach 1 s
PIF [liters/second] Peak inspiratory flow Max. inspiratorischer Flow
MIF75 [liters/second] Max. inspired flow at 75%
of inhaled FIVC
Forcierter max. inspirator.
Flow bei 75% der
inhalierten FIVC
MIF50 [liters/second] Max. inspired flow at 50%
FIVC remaining
Forcierter max. inspirator.
Flow bei 50% inhalierten
FIVC
MIF25 [liters/second] Max. inspired flow at 25%
FIVC remaining
Forcierter max. inspirator.
Flow bei 25% inhalierten
FIVC
MVV [liters/second] Maximal voluntary
ventilationof air expired for
one minute (indirect,
derived from FEV1)
Maximals exspiratorisches
Ventilations-Volumen pro
Minute (indirekt, abgeleitet
von FEV1)
Parameter Designation
Object Max. number Message at the screen
Trend 600 Trend memory full, no more trend data can
be saved!
ECG strips 50 Memory for ECG Strips is full, no more ECG
Strips can be saved!
Arrhy strips
(Episode)
20 N/A
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Medians 450 Memory for sample cardiac cycles is full, no
more sample cardiac cycles can be saved!
TWA Median 300 TWA memory full, no more TWA data can be
stored!
FD ECG 60 min. N/A
Object Max. number Message at the screen
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Troubleshooting: Flat Panel Monitor Problems
Flat Panel Monitor Problems
Problem: No picture
Solutions: The signal cable should be completely connected to the monitor computer.
Check that the Vacation Switch is in the ON position.
Front Power Switch on the monitor and the CASE power switch should be in
the ON position.
Check the monitor and your computer with respect to recommended settings.
Check the signal cable connector for bent or pushed-in pins.
Problem: Power Button does not respond
Solutions: Unplug the power cord of the monitor from the AC outlet to turn off and reset
the monitor.
Check the Vacation Switch on the left side of the monitor.
Problem: Image Persistence
Solution: Image persistence is when a residual or ghost image of a previous image remains
visible on the screen. Unlike CRT monitors, LCD monitors, image persistence is not
permanent, but constant images being displayed for a long period of time should be
avoided.
To alleviate image persistence, turn off the monitor for as long as the previous image
was displayed. For example, if an image was on the monitor for one hour and a
residual image remains, the monitor should be turned off for one hour to erase the
image.
We recommend that when your CASE is sitting idle for long periods of time, turn
OFF the system or the monitor.
Problem: Image is unstable, unfocused or swimming is apparent
Solutions: Signal cable should be completely attached to the computer.
Use the OSM (On Screen Manager) Image Adjust controls to focus and adjust
display by increasing or decreasing the fine total. When the display mode is
changed, the OSM Image Adjust settings may need to be re-adjusted.
Check the monitor with respect to recommended signal timings.
If your text is garbled, change the video mode to non-interlace and use 60Hz
refresh rate.
Problem: LED on monitor is not lit (no green or amber color can be seen)
Solution: Power Switch should be in the ON position and power cord should be connected.
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Problem: Display image is not sized properly
Solutions: Use the OSM Image Adjust controls to increase or decrease the Coarse total.
Check to make sure that a supported mode has been selected on the system
being used. (Please consult system manual to change graphics mode.)
Problem: No Video
Solutions: If no video is present on the screen, turn the Power button OFF and ON again.
Make certain the computer is not in a power-saving mode (touch the keyboard
or mouse).
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Troubleshooting: Printer Debugging
Printer Debugging
Problem: In Windows 2000, some characters overlap the characters that follow them
Select Start > Settings > Printers and select your standard printer.
Solution: Select menu File the entry Properties. Select General Tab and press button
Printing Preferences and than press button Advanced. In the displayed list is in
the topic Document Options the Entry Print Optimizations. This Print
Optimizations must be disabled.
Problem: Printout incomplete
Solution: The printer probably has insufficient memory.
Problem: NT 4.0, slowly printing with HP6P, HP2100M, HP4050M (only CardioSoft)
Solution: Please replace the original printer driver with HP Laserjet 5M from the Windows
Workstation CD ROM.
Problem: Laser printer prints numbers instead of grid.
Solution: There are three solutions for this issue:
If you work within a network installation, make sure that CardioSoft is installed
on every client that wands to work with this software.
Open Printer properties menu and change the printer scheduling to Print
direct.
Do the following entries to the WIN.INI, section.[CARDIO]
GRA_DontRemoveGrid=1
Another solution can be to disable character sets in the Control Panel:
Start ---> Settings ---> Control Panel ---> Regional Options
1. In Language settings for systems, disable the following character sets:
Arabic
Hebrew
Indic
Korean
Thai
Vietnamese
2. After changing these settings the system must be rebooted.
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Problem: Paper out message from a laser printer is displayed delayed
Solution: You can reduce the Transmission Retry Timeout to decrease the delay of the
displayed Paper out message, but it could cause a timeout message during the
printing of pages with noisy ECG curves.
Reduce the Transmission Retry Timeout in Windows Printer Settings (tab Port,
button Configure Port...).
Problem The error message Paper J am appears when the P2000 is turned off.
Solution With the power on, open and close the writer door. This will clear the error message.
Prevention This problem occurs only when the P2000 is turned off after the PC has booted. To
prevent this error from occurring, do not turn off the P2000 while the PC is on.
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Troubleshooting: Usage and Workaround of Acrobat 6
Usage and Workaround of Acrobat 6
Problems occur if the newer Adobe Acrobat 6.0 Standard (6.0.0 19.05.2003) is used
instead of version 5 which is validated for CASE 5.02 and 5.1x.
The following workarounds are helpful if customers are not able to get a full Adobe
Acrobat 5 version. The proper usage of Acrobat 6 will be established in a future
release.
Problem When you try to export an examination to a PDF the following error message
occurs:
Adobe Acrobat Distiller is not installed!
Workaround Change printer name and adjust printing preferences.
1. Go to Start -->Settings -->Printers, and change Adobe PDF to Acrobat
Distiller.
2. In Printing Preferences of the renamed Adobe PDF (right mouse key) uncheck
Do not send fonts to Adobe PDF.
Problem In CardioSoft 5.1x, Acrobat 6 starts with this error message IF the online help
function is invoked the first time:
Could Not Connect
Workaround Click OK to quit the message, then click Help button again. Acrobat now shows the
desired location in the Operators Manual.
Problem: OS Message appears: Adobe Acrobat Reader is not installed
Solution: When the message appears, please install the Acrobat Reader V5.1 from the
CardioSoft CD.
1. You need system administrator privileges to install the software.
2. Insert the CardioSoft CD in the CD ROM drive. If the CD drive does an
automatically start up, close the CardioSoft Installation Screen.
3. Select Start > Run.
4. In the command line typeX:\Disk\Setup Acrobat (X=CD ROM drive letter,
e.g. E or D).
5. Click OK.
6. Follow the displayed prompts.
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Service: Overview
Overview
This chapter describes the general procedures to perform the most common service
tasks. These include:
System Backup and Restore
Software-Related Service
Software Upgrade Instructions
Recovering from a CASE BTRV Error
Database Repair for CASE/CardioSoft
Hardware-Related Service
Controlling Electrostatic Discharge Damage
Servicing the Light Assembly
Servicing the Keypad Assembly
Removing the Worksurface Assembly
Servicing the Power Distribution Assembly
Servicing Drive
Replacing the Floppy Drive/SD Card Reader
Servicing the Print Head
Updating the Writer Board Firmware
Servicing the I/O Assembly
Configuring the Acquisition Interface Board
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System Backup and Restore
Backing up the CASE system configuration and settings files ensures that the
system can be restored in case of a catastrophic failure or after the hard drive is
replaced. The system configuration files and the system setting files are backed up
and restored independently of each other.
Saving to Diskette
These procedures are used to back up the following information to a high density,
1.44 MB floppy diskette:
System configurations
System settings
You MUST perform these procedures BEFORE replacing the hard drive. You can
also use these procedures to save these settings so they can be copied from one unit
to another.
Saving System Configurations to Diskette
Before saving your system configurations to diskette, manually write down all of
your option codes. To access a listing of option codes for this system, choose System
Configuration in the CASE application. Choose the Option Code Tab.
1. From within the CASE application, select the System Configuration icon.
The System Configuration window opens.
2. In the System Configuration window, select the For Service Only icon.
You are prompted to enter a password.
3. Enter the Service Password: helserv
NOTE
The password is case sensitive: be sure to use a lowercase letters.
4. Select Ok.
The Service window opens.
5. With the Service window open, insert the floppy diskette in Drive A:.
6. Select Format Floppy.
The Format A:\ dialog window opens.
7. Follow these steps:
a. Select Start
A warning message appears.
b. Select Ok.
The message Format complete appears.
c. Select OK.
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d. Select Close.
The Format A:\ dialog window closes.
8. In the Service window, select Ok.
The Service Window closes.
9. Verify the floppy disk is still in Drive A:
10. In the System Configuration window, select the Save icon.
A dialog window will appear, asking Is empty disk inserted in drive A:\?
11. Select ok.
The message System Configuration successfully stored to disk displays.
12. Select OK to finish saving the system configuration.
Saving Custom Settings to Diskette
1. At the initial screen within the CASE application, select New Test.
2. Highlight a test patient and choose the Select icon.
The Test Information window opens.
3. In the Test Information window, select OK.
4. Select the Custom Setup icon.
The Load Settings window opens.
5. Do one of the following:
If file names are listed under Settings..., skip to step 9.
If file names are not listed under Settings..., continue to step 6.
6. select the Save icon.
The Save Settings window opens.
7. Verify the following settings:
Drive should be set to Hard Drive.
Save As should be set to whatever you want to name the custom setup.
Example: Dr. Smith.
NOTE
Make sure to delete the three dots before entering the name.
8. In the Save Settings window, select Save.
This saves all of your Custom Settings to the file and location specified.
9. In the Load Settings window, under Drive, select Hard drive.
10. Under Settings select the Custom Setup Name that you want to save to diskette.
If you have more than one file name, repeat these steps for each.
11. Select Load.
The message Load setting and overwrite current setting? appears.
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12. Select OK.
The message Overwrite test protocols and phases? appears.
13. Select OK.
14. Select the Custom Setup icon.
The Load Settings window opens.
15. Select the Save icon.
16. In the Save Settings window, set the Drive selection to Disk Drive A:
17. Select the first --- in this list.
18. TheSave As selection should be set to whatever you would like to name the
custom setup. Example: Dr. Smith.
NOTE
Make sure to delete the three dots before entering the name.
19. In the Save Settings window, select Save.
You are returned to the Load Settings window.
20. Repeat step 9 through step 17 for each custom setting.
21. After you have saved the last custom setting, select Cancel in the Load Settings
window.
Restoring from Diskette
These procedures are used to restore the following information from your system
back:
System configurations
System settings
You MUST perform these procedures AFTER replacing the hard drive. You can
also use these procedures to restore settings from one unit to another.
Restoring System Configuration from Diskette
NOTE
To successfully restore the system configuration from diskette, you will
need the list of option codes that were written down prior to replacing the
hard drive.
1. Select the icon System Configuration.
The System Configuration window opens.
2. Insert the diskette with backup settings and procedures into the floppy drive.
3. In theSystem Configuration window select the LOAD icon.
The message Load System Configuration and overwrite current Configuration?
appears.
4. Select OK.
The message Is a disk with the System Configuration inserted in drive A:?
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5. Select OK.
The message System configuration successfully loaded (software options not
loaded, please use option disk to load) appears.
6. Select OK.
7. Select the System Configuration icon.
The System Configuration window opens.
8. In the System Configuration window, select the Option Code tab.
9. On the Option Code tab of the System Configuration window, select the
Modify... icon.
The message Change Software option, are you sure? appears.
10. Select OK.
11. Enter all of the option codes that you manually wrote down prior to replacing
the hard drive.
CAUTI ON
Option codes are serial number specific and should not be
duplicated.
12. After entering the option codes in the System Configuration window, select OK.
Restoring Custom Setups from Diskette
1. From the initial screen, select New Test.
2. Highlight a test patient and click on the Select icon.
The Test Information window opens.
3. In the Test Information window, select OK.
4. Insert the diskette with backup settings and procedures in drive A:.
5. Select the Custom Setup icon.
The Load Settings window opens.
6. Make the following selections:
For Drive, select Disk drive A:
Highlight the custom file name under Settings
Select Load.
The message Load setting and overwrite current settings? appears.
7. Select OK.
The message Overwrite test protocols and phases? appears.
8. Select OK.
9. Select the Custom Setup icon.
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The Load Settings window opens.
10. Select Save.
The Save Settings window opens.
11. Make the following selections:
For Drive, select Hard drive
Select the first ... on the list.
For Save As, delete the three dots and type in the custom setup name again
(example: Dr.Smith)
12. Select the Save icon.
You return to theLoad Settings window.
13. If you need to restore additional custom setups, repeat step 5 through step 12 for
each setting BEFORE proceeding to the following step.
14. If you loaded more than one custom setup, select the custom setup under
Settings that you would like to use as your default setup.
15. Select Load.
The message Load setting and overwrite current settings? appears.
16. Select OK.
The message Overwrite test protocols and phases? appears.
17. Select OK.
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Recovering from a CASE BTRV Error
Btrieve errors may occur when the CASE attempts to store a patient test. They may
indicate an improper system shutdown or facility power interruptions.
The Btrieve recovery process that follows is used to reorganize the corrupt database
in order to possibly regain access to tests already stored and to allow new tests to be
stored until the system can be repaired.
For further information on recovering from a CASE BTRV error, contact technical
support at the following phone numbers:
1-800-558-7072 (U.S.)
561-575-5000 (outside of the U.S.)
Procedure
Follow these steps:
1. Log on as Administrator.
a. From the CASE initial screen press Ctrl+Alt+Delete. The Windows NT
Security window opens.
b. In the Windows NT Security window, click on Logoff.
c. Hold down the Shift key.
d. Click on OK.
e. Continue holding down the Shift key until the Logon screen appears.
f. Logon as:
User name: Administrator
Password: admin1,3,5,7
Click OK.
g. Wait for the desktop screen to come up (showing theMy Computer,
Network Neighborhood, etc. icons).
2. Click on My Computer.
3. Click on D:
4. Click on Case.
5. Click on Database.
6. Double-click on Reorg.bat.
7. Each time the Press any key to continue message appears, press the space bar.
This will occur four times.
After you respond to the last message, the Database window opens.
8. At the bottom left corner of the Database window, select Start >Programs >
GE Medical Systems IT > Configure User Auto Logon.
The Configure User Auto-Login window opens and the message Auto-login
configured for user is displayed.
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9. Select OK.
NOTE
Some older systems will not have not have this step. If not, proceed with
the next step.
10. Restart the computer as normal.
11. Verify the system boots automatically into the CASE initial screen.
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Database Repair for CASE / CardioSoft
GE Healthcare provides a software toolcard_rep.exethat can repair the
patient.btr and examina.btr database files on the following systems:
CASE (all versions)
CardioSoft (v4.1 and later)
How the Data is Repaired
The tool repairs the database by reading the data from the headers of the
examination files in the corresponding modality directory and writing a
corresponding patient.btr and examina.btr file. The tool does not modify the original
data in the CASE\CardioSoft 0 database. Instead, it stores the repaired data in a
temporary directory; the operator is responsible for ensuring the repaired data is
usable and for moving the data to the database.
Supported Modalities
The tool supports the following modalities:
Exercise Test (v5 and above)
Rest ECG (v5 and above)
Ambulatory Blood Pressure (v5 and above)
Spirometry (v5 and above)
Archived Patient Records (v5 and above)
Late Potentials (prior to v5)
STAT ECG (prior to v5)
Right-Heart Cath (prior to v5)
Non-Supported Features
The tool does NOT support entries from external programs because those files do
not store patient information. Nor does it repair the following data, which are not
stored in the examination files:
Device/Cart Number
Examination Sent to MUSE flag
Installation
To install the tool, copy it to the CASE\CardioSoft directory so it can use the DLLs
located in that system.
Password Protection
To use the tool, you must enter the One Day Password, as described in General
Troubleshooting on page6-11.
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Directory / File Structure
The following table identifies the directory structure and contents of the CASE/
CardioSoft system.
Repair directory structure
The repair directories have fix names from Card_R0 to Card_R9, where any
writeable disk-drive can be selected.
DIRECTORY /
Files
Description
CARDIO Program directory
DATABASE
Patient.Btr
Examina.Btr
Users.Btr
Station.Btr
Network.Btr
Database directory
Btrieve-file: Patients
Btrieve-file: Examinations
Btrieve-file: Users
Btrieve-file: Network-Stations, not used from V5 on
Btrieve-file: Network-Locking, temporary files
RESTECG
R*.*
Rest ECG directory
Examination files
AVER
AC*.*
Late Potentials-directory
Examination files
SPIR
SC*.*
Spirometry - directory
Examination files
EMECG
N*.*
STAT ECG - directory
Examination files
RHK
Z*.*
Right-Heart Cath - directory
Examination files
HOLTERBP
BC*.*
Ambulatory Blood Pressure - directory
Examination files
CAS
C*.*
Exercise test - directory
Examination files
EXTPROG
*.*
Directory: Results from external programs
Result files
SOUND
*.*
Directory: Sound-Files from all modalities
Sound Files
ONLINE
*.*
Directory: Full disclosure-Files from all modalities
Full disclosure Files
NARRATIV
*.*
Directory: Configured Reports
Configured Reports from all modalities
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Configuring the Repair
Below is screenshot of the English version of the CASE/CardioSoft Repair Tool.
The tool is also available in German.
To use the tool, do the following:
1. Specify the root directory of the CASE/CardioSoft system. The tool uses this
directory to generate the modality directories.
2. Specify the disk drive and directory where the repaired data will be stored.
Verify there is enough disk space.
3. Select the examination files the tool will use to restore the database.
4. Click the Settings button and define the following:
Special Settings for handling mismatched patient data.
This determines how the tool will handle patient data differences between
the examination files and the database. This could happen when the patient
data is modified after an examination was made. You have the following
options:
Control the Patient data with a dialogue
Use always the Patient data from the examination-file
Retain always the Patient data found in the database
Update empty fields of the database with valid entries from the
examination-file
Special Settings for handling existing examination-data
This determines how the tool will respond when the key generated from the
examination-file exists in the database. This could happen when
examinations are merged from different directories and there are several
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entries for one patient from the same date and time.(year, month, day, hour,
minute and second). You have the following options:
Ignore the examination: The examination-file will not be copied to the
repair directory
Generate a new key and store the examination.
The second of the recording-time will be incremented and a new try is
made with this modified key.
This option should be used with care, because when Card_Rep is used
with the same examination-files more than once, more than one entry
will be found in the database.
Using the Repaired Files
After the repair is complete, use the View button to review the entries the tool made
in the patient.btr and examina.btr files.
After you verify that the files have been repaired to your satisfaction, you need to
replace the missing or corrupt database files with the repaired files. You have two
methods for doing this.
Move the working files to the repair directory using the following procedure:
a. Install CASE/CardioSoft on the temporary repair-directory: c:\card_r0
b. Copy the file uers.btr and the configured reports from the master directory
to the temporary directory using the Users/Conf.Rep button.
c. Delete the master-directory and rename the temporary-directory to the
master-directory.
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Copy the repaired files to the appropriate master directories using the following
procedure.
a. Delete the contents of these master directories:
DATABASE\*.BTR
RESTECG\*.*
ERGOECG\*.*
AVER\*.*
SPIR\*.*
EMECG\*.*
RHK\*.*
HOLTERBP\*.*
CAS\*.*
SOUND\*.* O
NLINE\*.*
b. Copy the files from the corresponding temporary repair directories.
c. Copy the files examina.btr and patient.btr from the temporary database
directory to the master database directory.
Merging Data
Card_rep.exe can be used to merge patient and examination data stored in different
directories:
1. Decide which database should be used as a base and copy the whole directory
into a repair directory (c:\Card_Rep0,... c:\Card_Rep9)
2. Select the directories of the files where the examinations to be merged are
stored.
3. Start Repair and the selected examinations are merged to the repair directory.
Continue with the work described in Using the Repaired Files on page7-14.
External Stored Examinations
Card_rep.exe can be used to regenerate the database entries for the external stored
examinations. The only restriction is that the device where the examinations are
stored must be writeable. This is because the repair-procedure requires that the
header of each examination file be changed and the file has to be renamed.
NOTE
Before the repair is started, you should back up the directory of the external
stored examinations. This would be helpful if the system crashes while all the
files are renamed.
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Examinations with Full Disclosure ECG
When using a directory structure that does not follow the CASE/CardioSoft
conventions, there may be problems with examinations that have a Full disclosure
ECG.
Card_rep.exe assumes that the Online Files are stored in the directory \ONLINE,
which is parallel to examinations. When card_rep.exe does not find such a directory,
no Online File will be available for that examination.
The modalities that may have Online files are Exercise Test, STAT ECG, Right-
Heart Cath.
Ex ampl e:
To repair Exercise Tests, where the examinations are stored in the directory
d:\exercise, make sure that the corresponding online files are stored in
d:\online.
Repair Message Codes
The following codes are used to indicate the status of the actual examination to be
repaired.
Code English German
PN Patient entered new Patient neu eingetragen
PF Patient found and identical to the
examination-data
Patient gefunden und identisch
PD Patient found and different to the
examination-data, not updated
Patient gefunden, aber
unterschiedlich, kein Update
PE general error Allgemeiner Fehler
PU Patient-data different, updated by the
user
Patientendaten unterschiedlich,
Update durch Benutzer
PM Patient-data different, empty fields
supplemented
Patientendaten unterschiedlich, leere
Fehler ergnzt
PR Patient-data used from the
examination-file
Patientendaten aus dem
Untersuchungsfile bernommen
EN Examination entered new Untersuchung neu eingetragen
EK Examination entered new, but
recording-date modified
Untersuchung neu eingetragen aber
Aufnahmedatum modifiziert
EF duplicate examination-key,
examination ignored
doppelter Untersuchungsschlssel,
Untersuchung ignoriert
E0 Error: internal patient-number is zero Fehler: Patientennummer ist null
EE general error Allgemeiner Fehler
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Patient-Filter
You can use a filter to restrict the repair of patient and examination files based on
the patients name and ID. The filter can include wild cards (*,?). For example:
It is possible to set a filter for the patients last name. So only patients/examinations
according this filter are stored in the new database. The filter-specification can also
include wild cards (* ?) for example
Meier selects patients with the last name Meier.
Me* selects patients beginning with Me followed by any other
combination of characters
Me??? selects patients beginning with Me followed by exact 3 other
characters.
*xyz* selects patients containing the substring xyz
The specification for searching can also be extended by the property Match case.
The filter is set on the Settings dialog box.
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Remote Service
Remote service is available using InSite 2.0. Refer to Chapter 4, InSite 2.0 for
more information.
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Controlling Electrostatic Discharge Damage
All external connector inputs and outputs of the device are designed with protection
from ESD damage. However, if the device requires service, exposed components
and assemblies contained within are susceptible to ESD damage from sources
including human hands, non-ESD protected work stations, and/or improperly
grounded test equipment.
CAUTI ON
The CASE contains components that are susceptible to
electrostatic discharge damage. Observe all static precautions
while performing service. Failure to observe these precautions
may result in failure of components.
The following guidelines help make a service workstation more resistant to the ESD
damage:
Discharge any static charge you may have built up before handling
semiconductors or assemblies containing semiconductors.
A grounded, antistatic wristband (3M part number 2046 or equivalent) or heel
strap should be worn at all times while handling or repairing assemblies
containing semiconductors.
Use properly grounded soldering and test equipment.
Use a static-free work surface (3M part number 8210 or equivalent) while
handling or working on assemblies containing semiconductors.
Do NOT remove semiconductors or assemblies containing semiconductors
from antistatic containers (Velo-stat bags) until absolutely necessary.
Make sure power to an assembly is turned off before removing or inserting a
semiconductor.
Do NOT slide semiconductors or electrical/electronic assemblies across any
surface.
Do NOT touch semiconductor leads unless absolutely necessary.
Semiconductors and electrical/electronic assemblies should be stored only in
antistatic bags or boxes.
These guidelines may not guaranty a 100% static-free workstation, but greatly
reduce the potential for failure of any electrical/electronic assemblies.
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Servicing Light Assembly
Log off the CASE application, shut down the system, turn the power switch to OFF,
and unplug the unit from the power outlet.
To access the light assembly for servicing follow these steps:
1. Remove two screws from the light assembly to separate it from the display
support.
2. Remove two screws from the light assembly circuit board to separate it from the
lens.
3. Disconnect the light cable and replace the circuit board.
4. Reverse the procedure to reassemble.
5. Reconnect the CASE unit to AC power.
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Servicing the Keypad Assembly
Log off the CASE application, shut down the system, turn the power switch to OFF,
and unplug the unit from the power outlet.
To access the keypad assembly for servicing follow these steps:
1. Remove the keypad overlay to gain access to the keypad assembly locking tabs.
2. Working from right to left, release the locking tabs. Extract the keypad
assembly.
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3. Disconnect both cables and replace the keypad assembly.
4. Reverse the procedure to reassemble.
5. Reconnect the CASE unit to AC power.
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Removing the Worksurface Assembly
Log off the CASE application, shut down the system, turn the power switch to OFF,
and unplug the unit from the power outlet.
To gain access the writer and power supply assemblies, the CASE worksurface must
first be removed. Follow these steps to remove the CASE worksurface:
1. Disconnect the keyboard and mouse connectors from the I/O drawer and pull
the cable through the cable guide and remove.
2. Disconnect the ground wire on the writer drawer.
3. Remove the 12 mounting screws from under the worksurface.
4. Lift the worksurface up from the front.
CAUTI ON
Lift the front of the workstation only far enough to reach
underneath and disconnect the keypad cables. Lifting the
workstation any higher could damage the connectors on the
keypad board.
Ground Terminal
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5. While holding the front of the worksurface up, reach underneath it and carefully
disconnect the two keypad cables located near the left of the keypad assembly.
6. Lift off the worksurface and set it aside.
NOTE
The writer paper release button will fall through when the worksurface is
lifted. When reassembling the worksurface, the button must be inserted
from the top.
7. Reverse the procedure to reassemble.
8. Reconnect the CASE unit to AC power.
Release
Button
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Servicing the Power Distribution Assembly
The power distribution assembly contains writer power supply, CPU power supply,
power distribution board and EMI filter.
Log off the CASE application, shut down the system, turn the power switch to OFF,
and unplug the unit from the power outlet.
To service the power distribution assembly, follow these steps:
1. Remove the CASE worksurface. Refer to Removing the Worksurface
Assembly on page7-23.
2. Remove the two lock nuts and two screws holding the writer tray in place.
Remove the writer assembly.
3. Loosen the two lock nuts holding the power supply in place.
4. Disconnect the cables that are connected to the power supply assembly.
Carefully lift the assembly out for service.
5. Reverse the procedure to reassemble.
6. Reconnect the CASE unit to AC power.
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Accessing the Drives
To access drives for servicing, follow these steps:
1. Back up the configuration and custom settings as described in Saving to
Diskette on page7-4.
2. Log off the CASE application, shut down the system, turn the power switch to
OFF, and unplug the unit from the power outlet.
3. Lift drive bezel up at the bottom and pull it away from the CASE chassis.
4. Remove the four lock nuts from the drives assembly front panel.
5. Slide the drives assembly out of the CASE assembly.
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NOTE
Do not allow the drive assembly to drop into the unit.
6. Hang the drives assembly by the hooks on its side panels to access connectors
and individual drive mounting screws.
The drives are now accessible for replacement or upgrade. If you replace the hard
drive, restore your system settings (see Restoring from Diskette on page7-6).
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When replacing the hard drive with the 80 GB hard drive (PN 2000714-011), change
the jumper to Master or single drive as shown in the illustration below.
When you are done servicing the drives, reverse the procedure to reassemble.
Reconnect the CASE unit to AC power.
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Upgrading the Floppy Drive
If you are upgrading from an earlier version of CASE, use the following procedure
to replace the existing floppy drive with the floppy drive / card reader.
1. Perform the procedure described in Accessing the Drives on page7-26 to
make the drives accessible for upgrade.
2. Unplug the ribbon cable from the floppy drive.
3. Unplug the power connector from the floppy drive.
Unplug
ribbon
cable
Unplug
power
connector
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4. Unplug the floppy drive ribbon cable (41978-001) from the motherboard inside
the CASE and remove it. This cable will no longer be used.
5. Remove the 2 screws on each side of the floppy drive.
6. Slide the floppy drive out of the drive assembly.
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7. Guide the tail of the USB cable through the drive assembly. Then insert the
new floppy drive /card reader (2028841-001) into the slot of the drive assembly.
8. Secure the floppy drive / card reader with 2 screws on each side of the floppy
bracket.
Insert the
USB cable
through the
assembly
first.
Secure
screws on
left side...
and on the
right side.
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9. The USB cable of the floppy drive / card reader must be connected to the USB
connector on the motherboard. Use a flashlight if necessary to ensure correct
positioning.
Correct position of the USB cable on the motherboard.
10. View into CASE with the USB cable connected to verify the cable is routed
away from the fan.
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11. Insert the new floppy ribbon cable (2028841-002) into CASE and connect it to
the floppy connector on the motherboard. It can be plugged in one position
only.

Floppy
cable
connected
to the
motherboard
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12. Connect the Drive A connector of the ribbon cable to the floppy drive /SD
card reader.
!
Pin 1 (red
wire) on the
right side
Ribbon
cable
connected to
the floppy
drive / SD
card reader
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13. Connect the power connector to the floppy drive.
14. Slide the drive assembly into the CASE assembly.
Power
connector
connected to
the floppy
drive
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15. Secure the drive assembly front panel with the four lock nuts.
16. Attach the drive bezel.
17. Reconnect the CASE unit to AC power.
18. Turn on the power switch and make sure that the internal fan does not touch any
cable (makes no noise).
19. Use Windows Explorer to verify that the card reader and floppy disk can be
written to and read from.
20. Format a card or floppy disk as necessary.
WARNI NG
Formatting a card or floppy disk will erase ALL data previously
stored on the medium. Verify that the medium contains no data
that you want or need to retain.
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Replacing the Floppy Drive / Card Reader
If the floppy drive / card reader fails, use the following procedure to replace the
existing drive / reader with a new unit.
1. Perform the procedure described in Accessing the Drives on page7-26 to
make the drives accessible for upgrade.
2. Unplug the ribbon cable from the drive / reader.
3. Unplug the power connector from the drive / reader.
Unplug
ribbon
cable
Unplug
power
connector
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4. Unplug the USB cable from the USB connector on the motherboard. If
necessary, you may momentarily lift the drive assembly from its resting
position to provide additional room to access the USB connector.
5. Remove the 2 screws on each side of the floppy drive.
6. Slide the floppy drive out of the drive assembly.
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7. Guide the USB cable of the new drive through the drive assembly and insert the
new drive / reader into the slot of the drive assembly.
8. Secure the floppy drive / card reader with 2 screws on each side of the floppy
bracket.
Insert the
USB cable
through the
assembly
first.
Secure
screws on
left side...
and on the
right side.
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9. The USB cable of the floppy drive / card reader must be connected to the USB
connector on the motherboard. Use a flashlight if necessary to ensure correct
positioning.
Correct position of the USB cable on the motherboard.
10. View into CASE with the USB cable connected to verify the cable is routed
away from the fan.

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11. Connect the Drive A connector of the ribbon cable to the floppy drive /SD
card reader.
!
Pin 1 (red
wire) on the
right side
Ribbon
cable
connected to
the floppy
drive / SD
card reader
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12. Connect the power connector to the floppy drive.
13. Slide the drive assembly into the CASE assembly.
Power
connector
connected to
the floppy
drive
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14. Secure the drive assembly front panel with the four lock nuts.
15. Attach the drive bezel.
16. Reconnect the CASE unit to AC power.
17. Turn on the power switch and make sure that the internal fan does not touch any
cable (makes no noise).
18. Use Windows Explorer to verify that the card reader and floppy disk can be
written to and read from.
19. Format a card or floppy disk as necessary.
WARNI NG
Formatting a card or floppy disk will erase ALL data previously
stored on the medium. Verify that the medium contains no data
that you want or need to retain.
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Servicing the Print Head
Log off the CASE application, shut down the system, turn the power switch to OFF,
and unplug the unit from the power outlet.
To replace the print head, follow these steps:
1. Remove the thermal writer from the worksurface assembly. Refer to
Removing the Worksurface Assembly on page7-23 for details.
2. Press the paper release button to move the print roller away from the print head.
3. Remove the rubber disk from the slide plate and set it aside.
4. Disconnect the print head ribbon cable from the print head connector.
5. Move the slide plate to the right to remove pressure from the print head.
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6. Pull back on the brush assembly and lift out the print head.
7. Before installing the new print head, record the resistance value. If it is different
from the original print head resistance value, the writer test will have to be
performed when this your CASE is reassembled. Refer to Writer Test on
page6-8 for more information.
8. Insert the new print head while taking care that the printhead brush does not get
caught under the printhead.
Resistance Value
Incorrect
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9. Move slide plate to the left to lock it in place.
10. Replace the rubber disk that was removed earlier.
11. Connect the print head cable and reassemble the CASE.
12. Reconnect the CASE unit to AC power and turn the power switch ON.
13. Perform the writer test discussed in Writer Test on page6-8 for more
information.
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Writer Board Firmware Update
Follow this procedure when replacing the Writer/Power Distribution Assembly FRU
to ensure the USB Writer board has the latest firmware and correct printhead
resistance.
1. Install the new Writer/Power Distribution Assembly.
2. Boot up the system.
One of two things will happen:
If the CASE has the latest application software, the system boots normally.
Skip to step 7.
If a firmware update is needed, the Writer Firmware Update Utility runs.
Proceed to step 3.
3. When the Writer Firmware Update Utility is finished, click OK then Exit.
NOTE
If the update doesn't complete, check the USB connections and connections
to the board or FRU that was just installed. Then repeat from step 2.
4. Perform a normal unit shutdown.
5. After the screen goes completely black, turn off the Mains power switch on the
back of the unit.
6. Wait at least 30 seconds for all capacitors to drain down, then turn on the Mains
power switch and press the start button by the floppy drive door.
7. Check the writer firmware version using the following procedure:
a. On the Windows taskbar, select Start > Control Panel.
b. Double-click on GEMS-IT USB Devices.
c. Verify the two numbers under the Revision section for the thermal writer
are 2.08 2.08 or higher.
If the numbers shown are less than 2.08 2.08, then the update did not work
and you must repeat this procedure from the beginning.
d. Close the USB Devices and Control Panel windows.
8. Reburn the printhead resistance into the writer PCB using the following
procedure:
a. On the Windows taskbar, select Start > Run.
b. Browse to D:\CASE\Diags\writerutil.exe.
c. Click OK.
d. Check the printhead in the writer for the indicated printhead resistance
label. Refer to Resistance Value on page7-45 for more information.
e. If the Printhead Resistance value displayed is incorrect, enter the correct
number.
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f. Click the Recalc and Save buttons.
CAUTI ON
Perform this step regardless of whether you modified the
resistance value: it is required to burn the resistance value into the
new writer PCB flash.
g. Close the Case Writer Utility window.
9. Perform a normal unit shutdown.
10. After the screen goes completely black, turn off the Mains power switch on the
back of the unit.
11. Wait at least 30 seconds for all capacitors to drain down, then turn on the Mains
power switch and press the start button by the floppy drive door.
The unit is now ready for normal operation.
12. Launch the CASE application.
13. Click on the System Config icon.
14. Select For Service Only.
The Service window opens.
15. In the Service window, enter the password helserv.
16. Select Launch Writer Tests.
For more information, refer to Writer Test on page6-8.
17. Run the test at the speed of 25 mm/second.
NOTE
The first 1mm of the speed test may be distorted at 25mm/s and 50mm/s,
due to the new current limiting startup ramp that was put into 2.07 and
higher to prevent motor problems.
18. When the test is complete, quit the CASE application.
19. On the Windows taskbar, select Start >Programs >GE Medical Systems IT >
Configure User Auto Logon.
The Configure User Auto Logon window opens.
20. Select User and click OK.
NOTE
Some older systems will not have not have this step. If not, proceed with
the next step.
21. Perform a normal Windows shutdown.
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Servicing the I/O Assembly
Log off the CASE application, shut down the system, turn the power switch to OFF,
and unplug the unit from the power outlet.
To access the I/O assembly for servicing follow these steps:
1. Use a screw driver to loosen and open the I/O access drawer located on the back
of the unit.
2. Remove five mounting screws from the I/O drawer rear panel.
3. Carefully slide out the I/O drawer to gain access to the I/O boards and mother
board assembly
CAUTI ON
When moving the I/O drawer, keep it to the left or press in on
circuit board to prevent the side of the chassis from damaging it.
Cable clamps used for external
devices, e.g., the CAM-14.
Use care not to damage the
attached board by pulling on
device cables/cords attached
here.
MOUNTING
SCREWS
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4. Hang the drive bay as described in Servicing the Power Distribution
Assembly on page7-25 to position I/F cables appropriately when reinserting
the I/O drawer assembly back into the CASE chassis.
5. Reverse the procedure to reassemble.
6. Reconnect the CASE unit to AC power.
Shown below is a picture of the interior of the I/O assembly drawer.
Floppy Drive
Not Used Hard Drive & CDRW
Power Header
Harness
Reset
Switch
Analog I/O
Com D
Com C
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Configuring the Acquisition Interface Board
After replacing the acquisition interface board, you must configure the board to
work with the CASE workstation by specifying the workstations unit serial number.
This is done with syscfg.exe using the following instructions.
1. Make sure that you are at the initial CASE application screen.
2. Hold down the Ctrl key and press Esc.
The Start menu opens.
3. Log on as a service user with the following procedure:
a. Select Start and then Shut Down.
The Shut Down Windows window opens.
b. Select choose Close all programs and log on as a different user.
c. Press and hold the Shift key.
CAUTI ON
Do not release the Shift key until the Logon Information window
opens.
d. Select YES.
The system reboots and the Logon Information window appears.
e. Type service for the user name and password. Use all lowercase letters.
The system completes the boot process.
4. On the Windows desktop, right-click Network Neighborhood and select
Properties.
The Network window opens.
5. Verify that the Computer Name is entered as the unit serial number.
6. Select Ok to close the Network window and return to the desktop.
7. On the Windows taskbar, select Start > Run.
The Run dialog box opens.
8. Type syscfg and click OK.
The System Configuration window opens.
NOTE
If Windows cannot find the application, you may need to specify the entire
path and filename, which is typically c:\hardware\syscfg.exe.
9. Verify the Unit Serial Number is correct.
10. If the Unit Serial Number is incorrect, enter the correct number.
11. Select Configure.
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NOTE
Some earlier units prompt you to enter the NT License number also. If this
prompt displays, enter Certificate of Authenticity or 00000-oem-0000000-
00000.
12. Select Update.
13. When the update is complete, select Exit.
14. On the Windows taskbar, select Start >Programs > GE Medical Systems IT >
Configure User Auto Logon.
The Configure User Auto Logon window opens.
15. Select User, and then click OK.
NOTE
Some older systems will not have not have this step. If not, proceed with
the next step.
16. Shut down the computer as normal.
Verification
After configuring the acquisition interface board, verify its success by running a
burn-in test with the following instructions:
1. Launch the CASE application.
2. Click on the System Config icon.
3. Select For Service Only.
The Service window opens.
4. In the Service Screen, enter the password helserv.
5. From the bottom of the Service Screen choose Burn-in Test.
The burn-in test begins.
6. Verify that the correct unit serial number is displayed.
7. Click anywhere on the screen to stop the burn-in test.
The message Stop Burn-in test? appears.
8. Select Yes.
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Overview
In the event of a catastrophic system failure or a hard drive replacement, it will be
necessary to restore the CASE system. This process consists of the following steps:
1. Apply the CD image.
For details, refer to CD Image and Application Installation on page8-4.
2. Configure the CASE system language.
For details, refer to Configure the CASE System Language on page8-8.
3. Install the supplemental XP system files, if necessary.
For details, refer to Install Supplemental XP System Files and XP Security
Patches on page8-11.
4. Install the application.
For details, refer to Install the Application on page8-12.
5. Identify the options that were purchased with this installation.
For details, refer to Options Installation on page8-13.
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CD Image and Application Installation
CAUTI ON
The CD reimaging procedure will completely erase all
information on the unit, including patient data.
ALL PATIENT DATA WILL BE LOST.
For technical support, call the J upiter Remote On-Line Center at
1-800-558-7044. If you need technical support and you are not in
the US, see How to Reach Us... at the front of this manual to
determine who to contact for technical support for further
information on copying patient data prior to CD reimaging.
This procedure describes how to install the CD image and CASE Exercise Testing
System application software. Follow all the instructions to ensure your system saves
your exercise test settings (user lists, protocols, etc.) and stored tests during the
upgrade process.
For information on saving system settings, see General Troubleshooting on
page6-11.
Kit
Check that the following items are in the kit you received. For technical support, call
the J upiter Remote On-Line Center at 1-800-558-7044. If you need technical
support and you are not in the US, see How to Reach Us... at the front of this
manual to determine who to contact for technical support.
Initial BIOS Configuration
To do the initial setup, complete the following steps:
1. Restart the system by left-clicking Start on the task bar, selecting Shut Down,
and selecting Restart.
2. When Loading... appears press the F2 key immediately to enter the BIOS
SETUP.
Description QTY
Multi Image CD Kit 3
CASE application software CD 1
XP Supl. Files CD (only shipped with V6.5/V6.51) 1
XP Security Patch CD (only shipped with V6.51) 1
InSite 2.0 CD (only shipped with V6.5/V6.51) 1
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Bios Setup Changing the Boot Sequence
1. When asked to Enter Password type system then press Enter. You will then be
entered into the BIOS Setup Utility.
2. Insert the CASE Disk 1 Image CD into the CD-ROM drive.
3. Press the right-arrow key to select the Boot Menu.
4. In the Boot Menu, arrow up/down to highlight the desired device, then use the
+/- keys of the numeric keypad to move the device order up/down and change
so the sequence is as follows:
ATAPI CDROM Drive
Removable Devices
Hard Drive
5. With this order set, right arrow to the Exit Menu, highlight Exit Savings
Changes, and press Enter. Highlight Yes and press Enter again. The system
will reboot.
NOTE In the BIOS Setup Utility Screen, under the EXIT menu, the text CMOS
Restore Condition (CMOS Corruption) is displayed. This is a normal
condition. No action is required.
Disk Image Loading
1. The CASE Image Utility window will appear on the display along with some
warning messages. Press Y in response to the question Do you wish to
continue[Y,N]?
2. Press Y again in response to the question Are you sure? (The existing contents
of your hard drive will be lost!) [Y,N]?
CAUTI ON
Pressing Y to this prompt will erase the contents of your hard
drive. All patient data will be lost.
3. When the message Span Volume [1] Done, Insert next media and press Enter to
continue appears, insert Disk 2 into the CD-ROM drive and click OK.
4. When loading is done the message Partition 1 successfully imaged will appear.
Remove the CASE Image CD from the CD-ROM drive.
5. Reboot the system by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Delete. When Loading... appears on
the screen, press the F2 key immediately to enter the BIOS SETUP.
Final Bios Configuration
1. When asked, Enter Password, type system.
The BIOS Setup Utility opens.
2. Use the right arrow key to select the Exit Menu.
3. In the Exit Menu, use the arrow key to select Restore CMOS From Flash.
4. Press Enter to select.
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5. Press Enter again to confirm.
6. Use the arrow key to highlight Exit Saving Changes.
7. Press Enter.
8. Select Yes and press Enter again to reboot the system.
9. Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete to open the Login window.
Log on with your:
User name: __________
Password: __________
Click OK
10. The System Configuration Utility dialog box appears on the screen.
XP Systems Verify CRT or Flat Panel Display Settings
The XP image installs display settings for a CASE system with a flat panel display.
The display settings for a CASE system with CRT are different. If the image is
loaded on a CRT system, the display settings need to be modified.
Modify CRT Display Settings
To modify display settings on a CRT system:
1. Right-click My Computer and click Explore.
2. Click Local Disk (C:) and double-click the Support folder.
3. Right-click the CRT_Settings.inf file and select Install.
4. Restart the system.
Verify CRT or Flat Panel Display Settings
Verify that the display settings for CRT or Flat Panel are the same as listed in the
table below.
1. Right-click anywhere on the desktop and select Properties from the menu.
2. Click the Settings tab on the Display Properties box.
3. Verify the Screen Resolution and Color Quality.
4. Click the Advanced button.
5. Click the Monitor tab.
6. Verify the Screen Refresh Rate.
Display Settings for CRT
Display Settings for Flat Panel
(19 and 17)
Color Quality Medium (16 bit) Medium (16 bit)
Screen Resolution 1024 by 768 pixels 1280 by 1024 pixels
Screen Refresh Rate 85 Hertz 60 Hertz
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The System Configuration Utility
1. Enter the serial number for your CASE. This entry is not case sensitive.
2. Click Configure.
The Acquisition Board Firmware Update runs automatically, followed by the
New SID utility. When both operations are complete, the CASE restarts
automatically.
CAUTI ON
Do not interrupt this update. Interruption of the Acquisition Board
Firmware Update may damage the Acquisition Board.
3. After the computer has restarted, press Ctrl+Alt+Delete to enter the Login
screen.
Logon as:
User name: Administrator
Password: admin1,3,5,7
Click OK.
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Configure the CASE System Language
The CASE XP image is a single image with the multi-language user interface. All
language support is loaded on the image and can be configured as needed. The
following 15 languages are supported:
Chinese (Simplified)
Czech
Danish
Dutch
English
French
German
Hungarian
Italian
J apanese
Norwegian
Polish
Portuguese (Brazilian)
Russian
Spanish
Swedish
Four language support settings are needed to change languages on a CASE XP
system:
Language used on operating system menus and dialogs
Input Language
Regional Standards and Formats
Language for Non-Unicode program
NOTE
Since all but the Non-Unicode Program Language settings in XP apply to
the logged-in user, and since most CASE customers use the User account,
apply these setting changes while logged in as a User at a minimum.
Set Menus and Dialog Language
The CASE system supports multiple languages for its menus and dialogs. This
setting sets the language to be used.
NOTE
Applies to logged-in user account only.
1. Double-click on the Set Windows Language icon on the CASE system desktop.
2. Click the Languages tab and choose the desired language from the Language
used in menus and dialogs drop-down list.
3. Click OK.
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CASE 6.5 supports the following languages:
Chinese (Simplified)
Czech
Danish
Dutch
English
French
German
Hungarian
Italian
J apanese
Norwegian
Polish
Portuguese (Brazilian)
Russian
Spanish
Swedish
Set Input Language
The CASE system has a separate keyboard for each supported language. This setting
sets the keyboard to be used.
NOTE
Applies to logged-in user account only.
1. Click the Languages tab and click the Details button.
2. Click the Settings tab of the Text Services and Input Languages dialog, and
select the keyboard language from the Default input language drop-down list.
3. Click OK.
Set Regional Standards and Formats
This sets how dates, times, etc., appear in the operating system.
NOTE
Applies to logged-in user account only.
1. Double-click the Set Windows Language icon on the CASE system desktop.
2. Click the Regional Option tab and select the Language (and Country) where the
CASE system is installed.
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Set Non-Unicode Program Language
The CASE application is a non-unicode program, so this setting is needed for
languages to appear correctly in the CASE application.
NOTE
Applies to all user accounts.
1. Double-click the Set Windows Language icon on the CASE system desktop.
2. Click the Advanced tab.
3. Select the language for the CASE application from the Language for non-
Unicode programs dropdown list.
4. Click OK.
A message is displayed stating that the necessary files are installed on the
system.
5. Click Yes to use the installed files.
6. Click Yes to restart the system.
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Install Supplemental XP System Files and XP Security
Patches
If you are restoring a CASE system running on a Windows XP platform, you need to
update some system files prior to restoring the CASE application. Use the following
instructions.
NOTE
If you are upgrading a CASE system running on a Windows NT platform, it is
not necessary to update your system files. Skip the following process and
proceed to Install the Application on page8-12.
NOTE
If you are upgrading a CASE V6.5 system running on a Windows XP platform,
it is not necessary to update your system files. Skip the following process and
proceed to Install XP Security Patches on page8-11.
1. Insert the XP Supl Files CASE UPD from V6.01 CD (2031971-001) into the CD-
ROM drive.
Windows will automatically start the upgrade of the system files. The next time
the CASE system is started, Windows will check the file system.
2. When the system files have been installed on the CASE system, remove the
CD-ROM from the CD-ROM drive and proceed to Install the Application on
page8-12.
Install XP Security Patches
1. Insert the SECURITY PATCHES CASE XP CD (2034985-001) into the CD-ROM
drive.
Windows will automatically start the installation and finally shut down and
restart the system.
2. Remove the CD-ROM from the CD-ROM drive and proceed to Install the
Application on page8-12.
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Install the Application
To perform the initial setup, complete the following steps:
1. Load the application CD into the CD-ROM drive.
Windows will start the Install Shield Wizard.
2. When the Case window opens, select Next.
3. Choose the destination default, D:\CASE and select Next.
The program installs automatically.
4. Choose Program directory (local).
5. Choose Database directory (local or network):
Choose D:\CASE for local.
See Network Installation on page3-17 for network instructions.
The program installs automatically and a progress bar appears on the screen
showing the upgrades percent of completion.
6. When the Install Shield Wizard is complete, select Yes I want to restart my
computer now.
7. Remove the Application CD and store. The system is now ready for use.
8. Select Finish and the system will restart.
9. After the computer has rebooted, press Ctrl+Alt+Delete to enter the Login
screen.
Logon as:
User name: Administrator
Password: admin1,3,5,7
Click OK.
The CASE icon will appear on the desktop.
After performing the application installation procedure, reload customer options. For
more information, refer to Options Installation on page8-13.
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Options Installation
NOTE
Please read this entire procedure before continuing.
To enable options complete the following steps:
1. Open the CASE application.
2. If the Select Patient window appears, select Cancel.
3. From the right task bar select System Configuration.
4. At the System Configuration window, select the Option Code tab.
5. Insert the Options disk.
6. Select the Load button at the statement: Change Software Options - Are you
sure?
7. Select OK.
8. Select the swopt.txt file then select Open.
9. Select OK.
10. Remove the Options disk from the drive and store.
11. Peel off the backing of the options code label and affix it to the inside of the
writer door.
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Upper Level Product Numbers
The following table identifies the product numbers for the two upper level CASE
assemblies. These numbers are presented for reference only. The products cannot be
ordered as field replaceable units (FRUs).
Product Number Description
2012492-007 CASE Series
2012492-008 CASE with KISS
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Field Replaceable Units
Some items in a CASE system may not be assigned separate manufacturing part
numbers because they are normally part of a larger assembly. Since they are
considered field replaceable units (FRUs), they have specific service part numbers
so they can be ordered and replaced by service technicians. Contact Tech Support
for FRU information for assemblies used on previous configurations.
NOTE
Verify part numbers before ordering service parts (field replaceable units). See
the tech memo series for this product for changes or additions to this list.
This section presents the FRUs in two ways:
FRU List
This is a series of tables that identify the FRUs by category. Each table includes
the associated item numbers and descriptions.
FRU Diagrams
This is a series of CASE design diagrams that callout the locations of various
core FRUs. For each callout, a table following the description lists the item
number, description, and location.
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FRU Lists
This section lists FRUs in the following categories:
Core FRUs
Cables, Interface
Keyboards and Mice
KISS Module
Miscellaneous
Monitors and Cables
Power Cords
Software
Core FRUs
The following table lists the FRUs that are part of the core CASE system. The FRUs
are listed sequentially by item numbe. For each FRU, the table includes the item
description, the name and page of the design drawing on which the FRU is included,
and the number of the callout identifying the location of the FRU on the drawing.
ItemNumber ItemDescription Drawing(s) Page Loc Num
4520-306 WASHER LOCK EXIT #6, Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 66
4520-008 WASHER FLAT SS #8, Drawing2, WorkStation Back 9-16 103
4528-106 CLAMP CABLE CUSH-.31 ID Drawing2, WorkStation Back
Drawing8, CPU Top and Back7
9-16
9-26
106
4535-001 TIE WRAP 4.00 LG X .125W Drawing9, Power Detail 9-28 112
4702-023 WHEEL ASSY, FRONT, BRAKE Drawing3, WorkStation Side 9-18 114
4702-022 WHEEL ASSY, BACK, SWIVEL Drawing3, WorkStation Side 9-18 115
45000-604 SCREW SEMS PH 6-32X1/4 Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 93
45000-603 SCREW SEMS PH 6-32 X 3/16 PHIL Drawing7, Drives Detail 9-24 67
45142-002 HINGE INVISIBLE SOSS 101 Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 64
45177-204 SCREW PH 2-25 X .25LG Drawing5, Display Platform Detail
Drawing8, CPU Top and Back
9-22
9-26
104
58017-001 BUTTON PPR TRAY MTG CASE 12 Drawing2, WorkStation Back
Drawing8, CPU Top and Back
9-16
9-26
57
70437-005 LABEL SYMBOL GROUND Drawing8, CPU Top and Back 9-26 105
70437-002 LABEL, SYMBOL, EQUIP. Drawing8, CPU Top and Back
Drawing11, Trays and Holders
9-26
9-32
110
80307-059 WIRE GROUND CASE Drawing1, WorkStation Front
Drawing3, WorkStation Side
Drawing12, Electrical Diagram
9-14
9-18
9-33
45
400040-001 PLUG MC EQUIPOTENTIAL Drawing2, WorkStation Back 9-16 60
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400041-001 WASHER LOCK SERRATED F/M-6 Drawing2, WorkStation Back 9-16 59
402019-001 SCREW 100FLHD 4-40 X 3/8 Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 65
404525-001 LABEL BLANK 2 X 3/4 Drawing8, CPU Top and Back 9-26 83
404811-001 TAB .25 FASTON LUG #6 STUD Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 74
405655-006 DOOR PAPER ACCESS Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 73
406831-001 HANDLE WRITER DOOR Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 49
409561-001 WASHER, M2, SS Drawing10, Worksurface Detail
Drawing11, Trays and Holders
9-30
9-32
111
411059-006 SCREW SEMS PH M3-.5X6 ZIN, Drawing1, WorkStation Front
Drawing2, WorkStation Back
Drawing4, CPU Detail
Drawing5, Display Platform Detail
Drawing7, Drives Detail
Drawing9, Power Detail
9-14
9-16
9-20
9-22
9-24
9-28
53
411153-001 FUSE 8 AMP TYPE T 5X20MM Drawing2, WorkStation Back 9-16 85
411324-001 NUT HEX KEPS M4-.7 CLASS 8 ZP Drawing1, WorkStation Front
Drawing2, WorkStation Back
9-14
9-16
54
412048-002 WASHER LOCK M4 EXT TOOTH Drawing1, WorkStation Front 9-14 81
418277-602 HOLDER-ACQ MODULE CASE Drawing11, Trays and Holders 9-32 71
418277-601 TRAY PAPER CASE Drawing11, Trays and Holders 9-32 70
418278-103 KNOB CRT BRCKT CASE Drawing5, Display Platform Detail 9-22 61
418653-031 CABLE USB A TO B 1M WHITE Drawing12, Electrical Diagram 9-33 42
419783-001 CABLE IDE DUAL 533 MM Drawing12, Electrical Diagram 9-33 43
419960-002 FUSEDRAWER 2-POLE BLACK Drawing2, WorkStation Back 9-16 21
420430-001 INLET IEC320 MODULE W/SW Drawing2, WorkStation Back 9-16 76
420697-001 CLIP - RIBBON CABLE CASE Drawing1, WorkStation Front 9-14 63
420759-001 SCREW FLATHEAD M6 X 12 Drawing5, Display Platform Detail 9-22 62
420815-001 SCREW 82 DEG FLTHD 8-32 X.63
BLK
Drawing2, WorkStation Back 9-16 56
420860-001 NUT M6 KEPS Drawing5, Display Platform Detail 9-22 58
421200-001 SCREW THREAD FORMING M3 ZINC Drawing4, CPU Detail 9-20 51
421491-001 EMI FILTER 6A LOW LEAKAGE 250V Drawing9, Power Detail 9-28 20
700708-001 RIBBON CABLE 10P 170MM Drawing12, Electrical Diagram 9-33 91
801500-001 CASE 2 CONN PCB Drawing4, CPU Detail 9-20 38
ItemNumber ItemDescription Drawing(s) Page Loc Num
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2000714-010
OR (alternative)
2000714-011
HARD DRIVE, 40 GB
HARD DRIVE, 80 GB
Drawing7, Drives Detail 9-24 2
2002599-001 PCB CASE ACQ INTFC Drawing4, CPU Detail 9-20 3
2003089-001 WORKSURFACE CASE Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 5
2003091-001 TRAY ACCESSORY CASE Drawing1, WorkStation Front 9-14 6
2003092-001 BRACKET MTG FLOPPY DRIVE Drawing7, Drives Detail 9-24 7
2003141-007 DISK DRIVE CDRW 52X32X52X EIDE
W/ROXIO
Drawing7, Drives Detail 9-24 75
2003342-001 EXTRUSION DISPLAY SUPPORT Drawing5, Display Platform Detail 9-22 9
2004060-001 PCB CASE LIGHT BOARD Drawing5, Display Platform Detail 9-22 10
2004064-001 PCB CASE USB WRITER Drawing9, Power Detail 9-28 11
2004111-001 BUSHING SNAP HEYCO .875 DIA
SHORTY
Drawing7, Drives Detail
Drawing8, CPU Top and Back
Drawing9, Power Detail
Drawing12, Electrical Diagram
9-24
9-26
9-28
9-33
48
2004293-001 PAD WORKSURFACE Drawing1, WorkStation Front 9-14 72
2004295-001 BEZEL DRIVES W/BUTTON CASE Drawing1, WorkStation Front
Drawing3, WorkStation Side
9-14
9-18
12
2004296-001 TRAY WRITER CASE Drawing1, WorkStation Front 9-14 13
2004297-001 WELDMENT CARD CAGE Drawing8, CPU Top and Back 9-26
2004417-001 BUTTON WRITER RELEASE Drawing1, WorkStation Front 9-14 17
2004508-001 DOOR ACCESS I/O Drawing2, WorkStation Back 9-16 18
2004527-001 PANEL ACCESS CABLE Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 19
2004540-001 SHIELD EMI CASE SERIES Drawing1, WorkStation Front 9-14 22
2004574-001 BRACKET XFMR CASE Drawing2, WorkStation Back 9-16 23
2004605-002 ASSY STRESS KEYPAD 22 KEY
CASE SERIES
Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 88
2004769-001 BUSHING INSULATOR SNAP Drawing2, WorkStation Back 9-16 108
2004770-001 CLAMP CABLE .187 ID Drawing2, WorkStation Back 9-16 107
2004867-001 LENS CLEAR CASE SERIES Drawing5, Display Platform Detail 9-22 25
2004915-016 LABEL STRESS KEYPAD
(PORTUGUESE)
Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 88
2004960-001 LABEL MAX-2 POWER RATING Drawing8, CPU Top and Back 9-26 95
2004972-002 HARN LIGHT EXTERNAL CASE Drawing5, Display Platform Detail
Drawing12, Electrical Diagram
9-22
9-33
28
ItemNumber ItemDescription Drawing(s) Page Loc Num
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2004972-001 HARN LIGHT INTERNAL CASE Drawing8, CPU Top and Back
Drawing12, Electrical Diagram
9-26
9-33
27
2004974-001 HARN POWER INLET W/TOROID Drawing9, Power Detail
Drawing12, Electrical Diagram
9-28
9-33
30
2004975-001 HARN POWER FILTER Drawing9, Power Detail
Drawing12, Electrical Diagram
9-28
9-33
31
2004976-001 HARN PS1/PS2/PWRDIST Drawing12, Electrical Diagram 9-33 32
2004977-002 HARN PWRSPLY TO PDBD LONG Drawing12, Electrical Diagram 9-33 29
2004977-001 HARN PWRSPLY TO PDBD SHORT Drawing12, Electrical Diagram 9-33 33
2004979-001 ASSY ISOLATION XFMR 150VA 90V-
265VAC 1:1
Drawing2, WorkStation Back
Drawing8, CPU Top and Back
Drawing12, Electrical Diagram
9-16
9-26
9-33
34
2004980-001 HARN RIBBON WRITER Drawing12, Electrical Diagram 9-33 35
2004981-001 HARN ATX POWER Drawing12, Electrical Diagram 9-33 36
2004982-001 HARN POWER HARD/FLOPPY
DRIVE
Drawing12, Electrical Diagram 9-33 37
2004985-001 ASSY CABLEWITH BRACKET PC
SERIAL
Drawing4, CPU Detail 9-20 118
2004986-001 HARN RESET SWITCH CASE Drawing2, WorkStation Back
Drawing12, Electrical Diagram
9-16
9-33
39
2005897-001 ASSY CABLE GUIDE CASE SERIES Drawing1, WorkStation Front 9-14 24
2006194-001 CABLE POWER DISPLAY Drawing12, Electrical Diagram 9-33 92
2006195-001 HARN POWER CDRW Drawing12, Electrical Diagram 9-33 90
2006392-001 PLATE CPU SLIDE Drawing4, CPU Detail 9-20 100
2006536-001 LABEL CASE CABLE GUIDE Drawing3, WorkStation Side 9-18 97
2006537-001 LABEL CASE DRIVE SETTINGS Drawing3, WorkStation Side 9-18 26
2006538-001 LABEL BIOS SETUP CASE Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 99
2006539-001 LABEL CASE WORKSURFACE
LIGHT
Drawing8, CPU Top and Back 9-26 98
2006581-001 BUSHING SNAP PLASTIC 3.0IN Drawing2, WorkStation Back
Drawing12, Electrical Diagram
9-16
9-33
77
2006582-001 SCR W/WASHER M4X8 Drawing1, WorkStation Front
Drawing2, WorkStation Back
Drawing8, CPU Top and Back
9-14
9-16
9-26
55
2006583-001 CLAMP PUSH MOUNT .75 DIA. Drawing1, WorkStation Front
Drawing5, Display Platform Detail
9-14
9-22
78
2006584-001 GUIDES PUSH MOUNT 8.0IN LG Drawing2, WorkStation Back 9-16 101
ItemNumber ItemDescription Drawing(s) Page Loc Num
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2006585-001 CLIP WIRE ROUTING PUSH MT Drawing2, WorkStation Back 9-16 102
2007165-001 KIT FRU WRITER CASE SERIES Drawing1, WorkStation Front 9-14 79
2007169-002 KIT, POWER DISTRIBUTION W/O
FILTER
Drawing9, Power Detail 9-28 113
2007206-001 WIRE GROUND W/CHOKE Drawing12, Electrical Diagram 9-33 47
2007786-009 NAMEPLATE 40MM GE LOGO DK
BLUE
Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 87
2007892-002
2035864-001
MAIN CPU BOARD W/SDRAM, BIOS
AND CPU
OR compatible/interchangeable
FRU SET MOTHERBOARD CASE
RADISYS ROHS
Drawing4, CPU Detail 9-20 1
2007976-001 COVER PLATE D CONNECTORS Drawing4, CPU Detail 9-20 82
2008051-001 LABEL SERVICE I/O CASE Drawing2, WorkStation Back 9-16 86
2008053-001 STANDOFF 10.5MM LG FEMALE M3
THD
Drawing4, CPU Detail 9-20 84
2008062-001 ASSY CHASSIS CASE SERIES Drawing2, WorkStation Back 9-16 4
2021892-001 ASSY LCD MOUNT, CASE Drawing5, Display Platform Detail 9-22 15
2026205-015 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (POLISH) Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 88
2026205-014 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (CZECH) Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 88
2026205-013 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY
(HUNGARIAN)
Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 88
2026205-012 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (DANISH) Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 88
2026205-011 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY
(NORWEGIAN)
Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 88
2026205-010 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY
(JAPANESE)
Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 88
2026205-009 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (CHINESE) Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 88
2026205-008 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (RUSSIAN) Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 88
2026205-007 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (DUTCH) Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 88
2026205-006 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (ITALIAN) Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 88
2026205-005 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (SPANISH) Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 88
2026205-004 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY
(SWEDISH)
Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 88
2026205-003 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (FRENCH) Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 88
2026205-002 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (GERMAN) Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 88
ItemNumber ItemDescription Drawing(s) Page Loc Num
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Cables, Interface
The following table identifies the FRUs available for connecting the CASE system
tothe exercise products.
Keyboards and Mice
The following table identifies the input and navigation devices availble for the
CASE system.
2026205-001 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (ENGLISH) Drawing10, Worksurface Detail 9-30 88
2028841-010 CABLE PC DISK DRIVE FDD Drawing12, Electrical Diagram 9-33 41
2028841-008 DISK DRIVE FDD/ CARD READER Drawing7, Drives Detail 9-24 8
1479-005T PRINTHEAD Drawing1, WorkStation Front 9-14 135
CS-1150 PRINTHEAD SCREW Drawing1, WorkStation Front 9-14 136
ItemNumber ItemDescription Drawing(s) Page Loc Num
ItemNumber ItemDescription
700609-001 CABLE, TREADMILL TO STRESS SYSTEM
ItemNumber ItemDescription
2005125-014 KEYBOARD PC PS/2 104 (CZECH)
2005125-013 KEYBOARD PC PS/2 104 (HUNGARIAN)
2005125-012 KEYBOARD PC PS/2 104 (DANISH)
2005125-011 KEYBOARD PC PS/2 104 (NORWEGIAN)
2005125-007 KEYBOARD PC PS/2 104 (DUTCH)
2005125-006 KEYBOARD PC PS/2 104 (SWEDISH)
2005125-005 KEYBOARD PC PS/2 104 (SPANISH)
2005125-004 KEYBOARD PC PS/2 104 (ITALIAN)
2005125-003 KEYBOARD PC PS/2 104 (GERMAN)
2005125-002 KEYBOARD PC PS/2 104 (FRENCH)
2005125-001 KEYBOARD PC PS/2 104 (USA)
2005125-016 KEYBOARD PC PS/2 104 (PORTUGUESE)
2007023-001
OR (alternative)
2022144-001
MICROSOFT INTELLIMOUSE
MICROSOFT OPTICAL MOUSE PS/2 or USB
2005125-015 KEYBOARD PC PS/2 104 (POLISH)
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KISS Module
The following table identifies the FRUs that are part of the KISS component
available for the CASE system.
Miscellaneous
The following table identifies various FRUs that are not part of some other
subsystem.
Monitors and Cables
The following table identifies the FRUs assocaited with the CASE systems display
subsystem.
ItemNumber ItemDescription
2008712-001 PUMP INTERNAL KISS CASE
2008713-001 KIT KISS CASE EXTERNAL
2031030-001 SET KISS MULTILEAD FOR GER, ENG, FRE
2031030-002 SET KISS MULTILEAD FOR ITA, SPA, DUT
2031030-003 SET KISS MULTILEAD FOR SWE, DAN, NOR
2031030-004 SET KISS MULTILEAD FOR HUN, CZE, SLA
2031030-005 SET KISS MULTILEAD FOR RUS, POL
ItemNumber ItemDescription
801280-001 CAM-14 PCB
4582-015 STRAIN RELIEF 5/8D 6N3-4
2024039-001 SET UPGRADE ELECTRODES NEHB
2024040-001 SET UPGRADE ELECTRODES A1-A4
2028841-010 FRU CABLE PC DISK DRIVE FDD(
2031549-001 CORE RING FERRITE SAFETY LOCK D=6.6MM
2031549-002 CORE RING FERRITE SAFETY LOCK D=13MM
2031549-003 CORE RING FERRITE SAFETY LOCK D=27.5MM
2024038-001 SET UPGRADE ELECTRODES FRANK
ItemNumber ItemDescription
2019792-001 CABLE ASSY DVI-D TO DVI-D VIDEO
2032323-001 DISPLAY, 19 CHILIN TECH MDC1900
2026400-001 DISPLAY LCD 17" NEC 1770NX
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Power Cords
The following table identifies the power cords available for the CASE system.
Software
The following table identifies the software available for the CASE system.
ItemNumber ItemDescription
401855-010 10A, 8FT, AUST
401855-009 10A, 8FT, DANISH
401855-008 10A, 8FT, INDIAN
401855-007 10A, 8FT, SWISS
401855-004 10A, 8FT, ISRAELI
401855-003 10A, 8FT, ITALIAN
401855-002 10A, 8FT, BRITISH
401855-001 10A, 8FT, CONT. EURO
405535-002 15A, 125V, 12FT, USA
ItemNumber ItemDescription
2022587-010 CD CASE V6.51
2022588-004 KIT IMAGE CASE XP RADISYS V1.2 MULTILANG
2028915-004 CD CASE V6.51 CLIENT
2028918-001 CD CASE CARDIOSOFT INSITE 2.0
2031971-001 XP SUPL FILES UPD FROM V6.01 CD-ROM
2034985-001 CD SECURITY PATCHES CASE XP (only for CASE
systems with product code SCF or higher)
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FRU Diagrams
The diagrams on the following pages identify the various assemblies, components,
and FRUs of the CASE 6.5 system. Key FRUs are identified by numbered callouts.
The table following each diagram identifies the Item Number and description of
each callout in the drawing.
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Drawing 1: WorkStation Front

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FRUs in Drawing1, WorkStation Front
Loc Num ItemNumber ItemDescription
6 2003091-001 TRAY ACCESSORY CASE
12 2004295-001 BEZEL DRIVES W/BUTTON CASE
13 2004296-001 TRAY WRITER CASE
17 2004417-001 BUTTON WRITER RELEASE
22 2004540-001 SHIELD EMI CASE SERIES
24 2005897-001 ASSY CABLE GUIDE CASE SERIES
45 80307-059 WIRE GROUND CASE
53 411059-006 SCREW SEMS PH M3-.5X6 ZIN,
54 411324-001 NUT HEX KEPS M4-.7 CLASS 8 ZP
55 2006582-001 SCR W/WASHER M4X8
63 420697-001 CLIP - RIBBON CABLE CASE
72 2004293-001 PAD WORKSURFACE
78 2006583-001 CLAMP PUSH MOUNT .75 DIA.
79 2007165-001 KIT FRU WRITER CASE SERIES
81 412048-002 WASHER LOCK M4 EXT TOOTH
135 1479-005T PRINTHEAD
136 CS-1150 PRINTHEAD SCREW
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Drawing 2: WorkStation Back

FRUs in Drawing2, WorkStation Back
Loc Num ItemNumber ItemDescription
4 2008062-001 ASSY CHASSIS CASE SERIES
18 2004508-001 DOOR ACCESS I/O
21 419960-002 FUSEDRAWER 2-POLE BLACK
23 2004574-001 BRACKET XFMR
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34 2004979-001 ASSY ISOLATION XFMR 150VA 90V-265VAC 1:1
39 2004986-001 HARN RESET SWITCH CASE
53 411059-006 SCREW SEMS PH M3-.5X6 ZIN,
54 411324-001 NUT HEX KEPS M4-.7 CLASS 8 ZP
55 2006582-001 SCR W/WASHER M4X8
56 420815-001 SCREW 82 DEG FLTHD 8-32 X.63 BLK
57 58017-001 BUTTON PPR TRAY MTG CASE 12
59 400041-001 WASHER LOCK SERRATED F/M-6
60 400040-001 PLUG MC EQUIPOTENTIAL
76 420430-001 INLET IEC320 MODULE W/SW
77 2006581-001 BUSHING SNAP PLASTIC 3.0IN
85 411153-001 FUSE 8 AMP TYPE T 5X20MM
86 2008051-001 LABEL SERVICE I/O CASE
101 2006584-001 GUIDES PUSH MOUNT 8.0IN LG
102 2006585-001 CLIP WIRE ROUTING PUSH MT
103 4520-008 WASHER FLAT SS #8,
106 4528-106 CLAMP CABLE CUSH-.31 ID
107 2004770-001 CLAMP CABLE .187 ID
108 2004769-001 BUSHING INSULATOR SNAP
FRUs in Drawing2, WorkStation Back (Continued)
Loc Num ItemNumber ItemDescription
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FRUs in Drawing3, WorkStation Side
Loc Num ItemNumber ItemDescription
12 2004295-001 BEZEL DRIVES W/BUTTON CASE
26 2006537-001 LABEL CASE DRIVE SETTINGS
45 80307-059 WIRE GROUND CASE
97 2006536-001 LABEL CASE CABLE GUIDE
114 4702-023 WHEEL ASSY, FRONT, BRAKE
115 4702-022 WHEEL ASSY, BACK, SWIVEL
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Drawing 4: CPU Detail

FRUs in Drawing4, CPU Detail
Loc Num ItemNumber ItemDescription
1
1
2007892-002
2035864-001
MAIN CPU BOARD W/SDRAM, BIOS AND CPU
OR compatible/interchangeable
FRU CASE RADISYS ROHS MOTHERBOARD KIT
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3 2002599-001 PCB CASE ACQ INTFC
10. 4520-008 WASHER FLAT SS #8
38 801500-001 CASE 2 CONN PCB
51 421200-001 SCREW THREAD FORMING M3 ZINC
53 411059-006 SCREW SEMS PH M3-.5X6 ZIN,
82 2007976-001 COVER PLATE D CONNECTORS
84 2008053-001 STANDOFF 10.5MM LG FEMALE M3 THD
100 2006392-001 PLATE CPU SLIDE
118 2004985-001 ASSY CABLE WITH BRACKET PC SERIAL
FRUs in Drawing4, CPU Detail (Continued)
Loc Num ItemNumber ItemDescription
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Drawing 5: Display Platform Detail

FRUs in Drawing5, Display PlatformDetail
Loc Num ItemNumber ItemDescription
9 2003342-001 EXTRUSION ALUMINUM CASE
10 2004060-001 PCB CASE LIGHT BOARD
15 2021893-001 ASSY LCD MOUNT, CASE
25 2004867-001 LENS CLEAR CASE SERIES
28 2004972-002 HARN LIGHT EXTERNAL CASE
Note: Also order Ferrite bead 2027241-
001 (117) when replacing Harness
Light External CASE.
117
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Drawing 6: Ferrite Bead Installation
117 2027241-001 FERRITE BEAD
53 411059-006 SCREW SEMS PH M3-.5X6 ZIN,
58 420860-001 NUT M6 KEPS
61 418278-103 KNOB CRT BRCKT CASE
62 420759-001 SCREW FLATHEAD M6 X 12
78 2006583-001 CLAMP PUSH MOUNT .75 DIA.
104 45177-204 SCREW PH 2-25 X .25LG
FRUs in Drawing5, Display PlatformDetail (Continued)
Loc Num ItemNumber ItemDescription
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Drawing 7: Drives Detail

FRUs in Drawing7, Drives Detail
Loc Num ItemNumber ItemDescription
2 2000714-010
OR (alternative)
2000714-011
HARD DRIVE, 40 GB
HARD DRIVE, 80 GB
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7 2003092-001 BRACKET MTG FLOPPY DRIVE
8 2028841-008 DISK DRIVE FDD/ CARD READER
48 2004111-001 BUSHING SNAP HEYCO .875 DIA SHORTY
53 411059-006 SCREW SEMS PH M3-.5X6 ZIN,
67 45000-603 SCREW SEMS PH 6-32 X 3/16 PHIL
75 2003141-007 DISK DRIVE CDRW 52X32X52X EIDE W/ROXIO
FRUs in Drawing7, Drives Detail (Continued)
Loc Num ItemNumber ItemDescription
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Drawing 8: CPU Top and Back

FRUs in Drawing8, CPU Top and Back
Loc Num ItemNumber ItemDescription
27 2004972-001 HARN LIGHT INTERNAL CASE
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34 2004979-001 ASSY ISOLATION XFMR 150VA 90V-265VAC 1:1
48 2004111-001 BUSHING SNAP HEYCO .875 DIA SHORTY
55 2006582-001 SCR W/WASHER M4X8
57 58017-001 BUTTON PPR TRAY MTG CASE 12
83 404525-001 LABEL BLANK 2 X 3/4
95 2004960-001 LABEL MAX-2 POWER RATING
98 2006539-001 LABEL CASE WORKSURFACE LIGHT
104 45177-204 SCREW PH 2-25 X .25LG
105 70437-005 LABEL SYMBOL GROUND
106 4528-106 CLAMP CABLE CUSH-.31 ID
110 70437-002 LABEL, SYMBOL, EQUIP.
116 2004297-001 WELDMENT CARD CAGE
FRUs in Drawing8, CPU Top and Back (Continued)
Loc Num ItemNumber ItemDescription
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Drawing 9: Power Detail

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FRUs in Drawing9, Power Detail
Loc Num ItemNumber ItemDescription
11 2004064-001 PCB CASE USB WRITER
20 421491-001 EMI FILTER 6A LOW LEAKAGE 250V
30 2004974-001 HARN POWER INLET W/TOROID
31 2004975-001 HARN POWER FILTER
40 2005124-001 PWR SPLY SW 75W MED 4 OUTS 5/12/-12/12
44 420025-003 POWER SUPPLY SWIT 75W-15V
48 2004111-001 BUSHING SNAP HEYCO .875 DIA SHORTY
53 411059-006 SCREW SEMS PH M3-.5X6 ZIN,
80 2005342-001 BRACKET POWER SUPPLIES
112 4535-001 TIE WRAP 4.00 LG X .125W
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Drawing 10: Worksurface Detail

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FRUs in Drawing10, Worksurface Detail
Loc Num ItemNumber ItemDescription
5 2003089-001 WORKSURFACE CASE
19 2004527-001 PANEL ACCESS CABLE
49 406831-001 HANDLE WRITER DOOR
64 45142-002 HINGE INVISIBLE SOSS 101
65 402019-001 SCREW 100FLHD 4-40 X 3/8
66 4520-306 WASHER LOCK EXIT #6,
73 405655-006 DOOR PAPER ACCESS
74 404811-001 TAB .25 FASTON LUG #6 STUD
87 2007786-009 NAMEPLATE 40MM GE LOGO DK BLUE
88 2026205-015 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (POLISH)
2026205-014 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (CZECH)
2026205-013 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (hUNGARIAN)
2026205-012 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (DANISH)
2026205-011 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (NORWEGIAN)
2026205-010 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (JAPANESE)
2026205-009 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (CHINESE)
2026205-008 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (RUSSIAN)
2026205-007 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (DUTCH)
2026205-006 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (ITALIAN)
2026205-005 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (SPANISH)
2026205-004 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (SWEDISH)
2026205-003 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (FRENCH)
2026205-002 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (GERMAN)
2026205-001 KIT, KEYPAD ASSEMBLY (ENGLISH)
2004605-002
ASSY STRESS KEYPAD 22 KEY CASE SERIES
1
2004915-016-
LABEL STRESS KEYPAD (PORTUGUESE)
1
93 45000-604 SCREW SEMS PH 6-32X1/4
99 2006538-001 LABEL BIOS SETUP CASE
111 409561-001 WASHER, M2, SS
1. NOTE: Both 2004605-002 and 2004915-016 are required to replace the keypad on
a Portuguese unit.
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Drawing 11: Trays and Holders

FRUs in Drawing11, Trays and Holders
Loc Num ItemNumber ItemDescription
70 418277-601 TRAY PAPER CASE
71 418277-602 HOLDER-ACQ MODULE CASE
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Drawing 12: Electrical Diagram

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FRUs in Drawing12, Electrical Diagram
Loc Num ItemNumber ItemDescription
27 2004972-001 HARN LIGHT INTERNAL CASE
28 2004972-002 HARN LIGHT EXTERNAL CASE
29 2004977-002 HARN PWRSPLY TO PDBD LONG
30 2004974-001 HARN POWER INLET W/TOROID
31 2004975-001 HARN POWER FILTER
32 2004976-001 HARN PS1/PS2/PWRDIST
33 2004977-001 HARN PWRSPLY TO PDBD SHORT
34 2004979-001 ASSY ISOLATION XFMR 150VA 90V-265VAC 1:1
35 2004980-001 HARN RIBBON WRITER
36 2004981-001 HARN ATX POWER
37 2004982-001 HARN POWER HARD/FLOPPY DRIVE
39 2004986-001 HARN RESET SWITCH CASE
41 2028841-010 CABLE PC DISK DRIVE FDD
42 418653-031 CABLE USB A TO B 1M WHITE
43 419783-001 CABLE IDE DUAL 533 MM
45 80307-059 WIRE GROUND CASE
47 2007206-001 WIRE GROUND W/CHOKE
48 2004111-001 BUSHING SNAP HEYCO .875 DIA SHORTY
77 2006581-001 BUSHING SNAP PLASTIC 3.0IN
90 2006195-001 HARN POWER CDRW
91 700708-001 RIBBON CABLE 10P 170MM
92 2006194-001 CABLE POWER DISPLAY
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Documentation FRUs
The following table identifies the documentation available for CASE v6.5 and their
part numbers..
Part Number Description
2027786-078 CASE Op Manual ENG
2027786-083 CASE Op Manual GER
2027786-086 CASE Op Manual FRE
2027786-089 CASE Op Manual DUT
2027786-092 CASE Op Manual ITA
2027786-095 CASE Op Manual SPA
2027786-098 CASE Op Manual SWE
2027786-101 CASE Op Manual DAN
2027786-104 CASE Op Manual NOR
2027786-107 CASE Op Manual RUS
2027786-110 CASE Op Manual HUN
2027786-113 CASE Op Manual CZE
2027786-116 CASE Op Manual SLA
2027786-120 CASE Op Manual POL
2027786-127 CASE Op Manual JPN
2027786-130 CASE Op Manual CHS
2027786-185 CASE Op Manual POR
2027786-082 CASE Service Manual ENG
2027786-141 CASE CLIENT OP Manual ENG
2027786-144 CASE CLIENT OP Manual GER
2027786-146 CASE CLIENT OP Manual FRE
2027786-148 CASE CLIENT OP Manual DUT
2027786-150 CASE CLIENT OP Manual ITA
2027786-152 CASE CLIENT OP Manual SPA
2027786-154 CASE CLIENT OP Manual SWE
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Appendix A Abbreviations
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Abbreviations: Standard Abbreviations
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Standard Abbreviations
A
A ampere
A-ang antianginal
A-arh antiarrhythmic
A-coa anticoagulants
A-hyp antihypertensive
A1 - A4 auxiliary leadwires
AAMI American Association of Medical
Instrumentation
ABP ambulatory blood pressure
ac, AC alternating current
ACLS Advanced Cardiac Life Support
A/D analog-to-digital
Adj adjustable
AG automotive glass
Ah ampere hours
AHA American Heart Association
Al aluminum
AllRam all RAM
AllSec all sector
AllTrk all track
ALT alternate
Alt-Off alternate offset
am, AM acquisition module, ante meridiem
AM-1 acquisition module-1
AM-1M acquisition module-1 modified
AM-2 acquisition module-2
AM-3 acquisition module-3
AM-4 acquisition module-4
amp ampere
Ampl amplifier
AMU ambulatory monitoring unit
ANA analog
ANLG analog
AnsrTone answer tone
A/O Analog Output
ASCII American Standard Code for Information
Interchange
ASSY assembly
Attn attention
AUG August
AUST Australian
AUSTRALN Australian
Auto automatic
AutoRhym automatic rhythm
AUX auxiliary
aVF augmented left leg lead
avg average
aVL augmented left arm lead
aVR augmented right arm lead
AWG American Wire Gage
B
Bd board, baud
BDGH binding head
BetaB beta blockers
BKSP backspace
BLK black
BLU blue
Blvd boulevard
BP blood pressure
BPM beats per minute
BRIT Britain
BRN brown
BSI British Standards Institute
Btu British thermal unit
C
CalcBlk calcium blockers
CAPOC Computer Assisted Practice of Cardiology
CASE Computer Aided System for Exercise
Catoprl Catopril
Cauc Caucasian
Cer ceramic
CFM cubic feet/minute
CGR computer graphic record
Ch, CH channel
C/L center line
CLK clock signal
Clonid Clonidine
cm centimeter
cm
2
square centimeters
Cmd command number
CMMR common mode rejection ratio
CMOS complementary metal-oxide semiconductor
c/o in care of
COM1 communications port 1
COM2 communications port 2
ComLink communications link
Comp composition
Confrmd confirmed
Cont, CONT Continental, continued
Coumadn Coumadin
CPR cardiopulmonary resuscitation
CPU central processing unit
CR diode
CRC cyclic redundancy check
CRD cord
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crt, CRT cathode ray tube
CSA Canadian Standards Association
CTRL control
D
D/A digital to analog
DA damping relay
dac, DAC digital-to-analog converter
DAN Danish
Dat/Tim date/time
dBm decibel (referenced to 1 milliwatt into 600
ohms)
dc, DC direct current
DD double density, day
DDD Digital Diagnostic Diskette
DEC Digital Equipment Corporation, December
Del delete
DEMO demonstration
DES designation
DevId device identification
Diag diagnostic
Digital Digitalis
Digitox Digitoxin
Digox digoxin
Digoxin Digoxin-Lanoxin
DIP dual in-line package
Dirctry directory
Diurt diuretics
DOB date of birth
DOS disk operating system
DP diametral pitch
DPST double-pole, single-throw
DRAM dynamic RAM
DR/DT digital recording/digital transmission
DSKTP desktop
Dysopyr Dysopyramide
E
E enable, vector electrode site, vector lead
ecg, Ecg, ECG electrocardiogram
ECO Engineering Change Order
EDIC Electrocardiograph Digital Information
Center
EEPROM electrically erasable programmable ROM
e.g. for example
EGA enhanced graphics adapter
EMF electromotive force
EMI electromagnetic interference
ENG English
EOF end of file
EPIC Electronic Patient Information Chart
EPLD electrically programmable logic device
EPROM eraseable, programmable, read-only
memory
ESD electrostatic discharge
etc, etc. et cetera
EURO Europe, European
EXP Expanded
F
F fuse, Farad, female
F1-F5 function keys 1 through 5
Fax facsimile
FCC Federal Communications Commission
FE front end
FILH fillister head
FLH flat head
FLRAM flash RAM
FR French
FrntEnd front end
FSK frequency shift keying
ft foot, feet
Furosem Furosemide
G
g gram, acceleration due to gravity
GB Great Britain
GERM German, Germany
GND ground, digital ground (dc common)
GRN green
GRY gray
H
H high, vector electrode site, vector lead
HDLC high-level data link control
Hex, HEX hexagon, hexadecimal
HH hour
HiRes high-resolution
Hr hour
Hydral Hydralazine
Hz Hertz (cycles per second)
I
I on, input, vector electrode site
I, II, III limb leads
IC integrated circuit
ID identification
i.e. that is
IEC International Electrotechnical Commission
in inch
IN input
inc, inc., INC incorporated
Info information
Ins insert
I/O input/output
I/P input
ISA industry standard architecture
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Isosorb Isosorbide
IT Italian, Italy
J
JAN January
JIS Japan Industrial Standards
K
k, K kilo, 1000, 1024
Kb, KB kilobyte
kg, Kg kilogram
kHz, KHz kilohertz
kV, KV kilovolt
Kyb keyboard
L
L line
L1 level one
L2 level two
LA left arm
lb pound
LCD liquid crystal display
Lcl Line local line
Ld Grps lead groups
LED light-emitting diode
LH left hand
Lidoca Lidocaine
LL left leg
Loc location
LocPc Local MAC PC
LogRetry log retry
Ltd limited
M
m meter
M megabyte, metric, vector electrode site,
vector lead, male
mA milliamperes
MAC Microcomputer Augmented Cardiograph
mains voltage voltage of a supply mains between 2 line
conductors of a polyphase system or voltage
between the line conductor and the neutral
of a single-phase system
max maximum
Measure measurements
Med medications
MEM memory
MF metal film
MHz megahertz
min minutes, minimum
Misc miscellaneous
mm millimeter
MM minute
MMM month
mm/mV millimeter per millivolt
mm/s millimeter per second
Modem modulator/demodulator
MOS metal oxide semiconductor
MPE metallized polycarbonate expitaxial
ms milliseconds
MS-DOS Microsoft Disk Operating System
MTBF mean time between failures
mtg mounting
MTR MOTOR
mux multiplexer
mV millivolt
mVR minus (inverted) aVR
N
N neutral
n/a not available
NA not applicable
NC no connection
Nitrate nitrates
NLQ near letter quality
NMI non-maskable interrupt
NMOS N-channel metal-oxide semiconductor
No number
NO normally open
norm normal
nS nanoseconds
NSR Normal Sinus Rhythm
O
O off, original
OE other errors
OEM original equipment manufacturer
OH off-hook relay
OneSec one sector
ORG orange
Orig original
OUT output
oz ounce
P
P P wave (section of the ECG waveform)
p-p peak-to-peak
PA P wave amplitude
Params parameters
Passwds passwords
PatData patient data
PatInfo patient information
PATN patient
PC printed circuit, personal computer
PCB printed circuit board
pF picofarad
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Pgm program
PgmId program identification
Phenoth Phenothiazide
Phenytn Phenytoin
PID patient identification digit
PLCC plastic leadless chip carrier
PM power module
pm, PM post meridiem, preventive maintenance
PM-2 Power Module-2
PM-3 Power Module-3
pn, PN part number
PNH pan head
PPA P wave amplitude
PR ECG signal interval
Pro-Off progressive offset
Procain Procainamide
PROM programmable read-only memory
Propran Propranolol
PSK phase shift keying
PSU power supply unit
Psych psychotropic
PUP pull-up signal
PVC polyvinyl chloride
PWM pulse-width modulation
PWR power
PWR CRD power cord
Q
Q transistor
QA quality assurance, Q wave amplitude
QAD Quality Assurance Deviation
QAM quadrature amplitude modulation (phase
and amplitude modulation)
QC quality control
QD Q wave duration
QRS QRS complex (portion of ECG waveform),
interval of ventricular depolarization
QT QRS interval
QTC QRS interval
QTY quantity
Quinid Quinidine
R
R resistor, red, reset
RA right angle, right arm or R wave amplitude
RAM random access memory
RC resistor capacitor
RD R wave duration
Ref reference, refresh
REN Ringer Equivalence Number
Reserp Reserpine
REV revision
RevdBy reviewed by
RevXmit reverse transmission
rf radio frequency
RFI radio frequency interference
RGB red, green, blue
RI ring indicate
RL right leg
RMR Rhythm and Morphology Report
ROM read only memory
RPA R wave amplitude
RPD R wave duration
rpt, Rpt report
RTC real time clock
RTI relative to patient input
RTN return
RVS reverse
R/W read/write
S
12SL 12 simultaneous leads
s, S second, select, switch
SA s wave amplitude
SB slow-blow
SCL safe current limits
SD schematic diagram, S wave duration
SE serial input/output errors
sec second
sec.s seconds
SEER Solid-state Electronic ECG Recorder
SING Singapore
SP Spanish
SPA S wave amplitude
SPDT single-pole, double-throw
SRAM static RAM
ST-T ST-T wave (section of the ECG waveform)
standrd, Standrd standard
STD standard
STE ST segment displacement at the end
STJ ST segment displacement at the J point
STM ST segment displacement at the mid-point
between STJ and STE
stmts, Stmts statements
supply mains permanently installed power source
SVT power cord type; 300 V
sw, SW switch, software
SW Swedish, Sweden
T
T Tone touch tone
TA T wave amplitude
Tant tantalum
TDML treadmill
TE timeout errors
Tech technical
Thiazid Thiazide
TM trademark
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TP test point
TPA T wave amplitude
TRAM Transport Remote Acquisition Monitor
Tricyli Tricylic antidepressant
TTL transistor-transistor logic, TTL levels
TVS transient voltage suppressor
U
UE undefined errors
uF microfarad
UL Underwriters Laboratory, Inc
Unconf unconfirmed
UUT unit-under-test
V
v, V volt, volts
V1-V6 precordial leads
V123 V1, V2, V3
V3R precordial lead
V456 V4, V5, V6
V4R precordial lead
V ac volts, alternating current
V dc voltage, direct current
VA volt-amperes
Var variable
VDE Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker
(German regulatory agency)
Vent. ventricular
VF ventricular fibrillation
VGA video graphics array
VIA versatile interface adapter
VIO violet
Volt voltage
VRAM video RAM
vs versus
W
w/ with
W watt
Warfar Warfarin
WHT white
WI Wisconsin
X
x by (as in 8-1/2 x 11)
XCV transceiver
X,Y,Z orthogonal leads
Y
Y year, yellow
yr year
yrs years
YY year
Symbols
SHIFTed or alternate function
micro
F microfarad
s, sec microsecond
68K 68000
& and
# number
C degrees Celsius
F degrees Fahrenheit
Ohm, ohm
% percent
registered
> greater than
< less than
plus or minus
* An asterisk after a signal name indicates the
signal is active at its relatively lower
potential, or active-low. Signals without the
asterisk suffix are active at their relatively
higher potential, or active-high.
12SL 12 simultaneous leads
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Appendix B Technical
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Technical Specifications
Table 1. Performance Specifications - Signal Processing
Item Description
Instrument type Unity-enhanced cardiac stress testing system with 14 channel acquisition and
programmable lead configurations. Celeron-based, NT technology platform
and hard drive storage delivers local and MUSE database access.
ECG analysis frequency 500 Hz
ST measurements ST amplitudes, slope, integral, index, ST/HR slope, ST/HR loops, ST/HR
index up to 15 leads
E, J , and post-J point Manual or computer selected
Signal processing technique Incremental updating to minimize artifact in all leads
Baseline correction Cubic Spline or Finite Residual Filter algorithm
QRS detection and analysis Based on automatic or manual lead selection
ECG output Real-time ECG/QRS beep/TTL synchronization output
Heart rate Automatic arrhythmia detection, documentation and annotation
Full disclosure ECG Beat-to-beat ECG record and event review
Reanalysis Post-test medians remeasurement from E, J , post-J point selections
ECG interpretation (optional) 12SL Adult and Pediatric ECG Analysis Program
Additional ECG function Vectorcardiography
Table 2. Performance Specifications - Data Acquisition
Item Description
Technology Active, Type BF floating isolated powered 14 channel acquisition module
with built-in lead-fail detection and lead prep impedance measurement
Sampling rate Over-sampling @ 4000 Hz, 12 leads
Dynamic range 320 mV, 10 mV signal superimposed on 150 mV DC offset
Resolution 4.88 V/LSB @ 500 Hz
Noise <15 V peak-to-peak noise over 0.01 to 150 Hz (-3 dB) bandwidth
Frequency response -3dB, display and writer
High pass filter 0.01 Hz (or 0.05 Hz, special use) with DC offset control
Low pass filter 20, 40, 100 or 150 Hz (selectable)
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Line filter 50.0 or 60.0 Hz notch filter (selectable)
Baseline correction Cubic spline algorithm
Artifact/baseline correction Finite Residual Filter (FRF) algorithm
Common mode rejection >140 dB (123 dB with AC filter disabled)
Input impedance >10M @ 10 Hz, defibrillator protected
Patient leakage <10 A
Pace detect Orthogonal LA, LL, and V6; 750 V @ 50 s
Communication/storage MUSE CV system compatible via diskette, network (optional)
MUSE CV Web compatible for retrieval, view, printing of MUSE CV
system data
Local storage: minimum 10 GB hard drive storage of complete ECG
record and test results
CD-RW removable archive (optional)
Adobe PDF export of final reports
Microsoft Word export of configured reports
XML or XL export of special data
Table 2. Performance Specifications - Data Acquisition (Continued)
Item Description
Table 3. Display
Item Description
Type LCD
Resolution 1280 x 1024
Size 19 diagonal DVI
Monitored leads 3, 6, or 15
Displayed leads Number on screen 3 or 6 (12 lead check)
Format 3 rhythm, 3 rhythm +medians, 3 rhythm +trends, 6 rhythm, 4 x 2.5 +1
rhythm, 2 x 6
Speeds 25, 50 mm/s
Sensitivity/Gain 2.5, 5, 10, 20 mm/mV
Displayed vital signs data
(configurable)
Heart rate, target heart rate, blood pressure, exercise clock, stage clock,
phase clock, protocol, speed, grade, Watts, METS, RPP, and SpO
2
Other displayed data ST scan/median complexes, arrhythmias, ventricular ectopic/min. counter, 3
to 15 waveforms, lead check torso and 12 leads, waterfall displays, trends,
tabular summary, stored ECG strips, interpretation, time-of-day clock, patient
name, warning messages and prompts
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Table 4. Writer
Item Description
Technology Instant load thermal dot array
Leads 3, 6, 12, or 15 (standard, NEHB, Cabrera, configurable)
Speeds 5, 12.5, 25, and 50 mm/s (2%)
Sensitivity/Gain 2.5, 5, 10, or 20 mm/mV (5%)
Resolution Horizontal 1000 lines/s x 200 dpi dedicated local printing, 200 x 200 dpi
generic printing
Paper type Thermal, perforated, fanfold, 300 sheets per pack
Paper size A size 214.63 mm x 280 mm (8.45 in. x 11.7 in.)
Table 5. Environmental - Power Requirements
Item Description
Power supply AC operation only
Operating voltage range 100-135 VAC, 45-63 Hz, 2.8 A
180-240 VAC, 45-63 Hz, 1.4 A
Power consumption 350 Watts maximum 1200 BTU/Hr
<250 Watts normal 850 BTU/Hr
<30 Watts standby 100 BTU/Hr
Operating conditions
Temperature
Humidity
Pressure
+10 to +40 C (+50 to 104 F)
20 to 95% RH non-condensing
700 to 1060 hPa
Storage/Transport conditions
Temperature
Humidity
Pressure
-40 to +70 C (-40 to 158 F)
*
15 to 95% RH non-condensing
500 to 1060 hPa
*. Paper discoloration may occur at higher temperatures.
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Table 6. Physical
Item Description
Height 125 cm (49 in.) floor to display shelf.
Width 62 cm (24 in.) with paper tray removed
Depth 75 cm (29 in.)
Weight 66.6 kg (147.5 lbs.) without monitor and KISS pump
Interfaces included Acquisition module
Keyboard (PS/2) and dedicated stress keypad (USB)
Mouse (PS/2)
Built-in thermal printer (USB)
Parallel printer port (LPT1)
Only printers modified by GE Medical Systems Information Technologies are allowed to
be installed.
Full Duplex IEEE 802.3 10 Base-T and 100 BaseTX compatible through RJ45, MUSE
compatible
6 Serial ports (COM 1-2, COM A-D); treadmill, BP, ergometer, SpO
2
4 Analog and 1 TTL (trigger) output; analog ergometer, camera synch., etc.
Diskette drive; 3 in., 1.44 MB PC-compatible for data storage
CD-R/W drive; for software updates and optional patient data archival
Table 7. Safety
Item Description
Certification UL 2601-1 classified
UL classified for CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 601.1
CB certified for IEC 601-1CSA certification
CE marking for Council Directive 93/42/EEC concerning Medical Devices
Meets applicable AAMI EC-11 requirements
Type of protection against
electrical shock
Class 1
Degree of protection against
ingress of liquids
Ordinary
Handling of disposable supplies
and other consumables
Use only parts and accessories manufactured or recommended by GE.
Follow manufacturers instructions for use for disposable/consumable
product.
Follow local environmental guidelines concerning the disposal of
hazardous materials.
Patient mode of operation Continuous
Patient leakage current <10 A
Degree of protection against
electrical shock
Type BF defibrillation protection for the patient cable (acquisition module)
Maintenance frequency Recommended user daily visual inspection and cleaning.
Recommended six-month routine maintenance checks and test
procedures performed by qualified technical personnel.
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Compatibility
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Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
Changes or modification to this system not expressly
approved by GE Medical System could cause EMC issues
with this or other equipment. This system is designed and
tested to comply with applicable regulation regarding
EMC and needs to be installed and put into service
according to the EMC information stated as follows.
WARNI NGS
Use of portable phones or other radio
frequency (RF) emitting equipment near
the system may cause unexpected or
adverse operation.
The equipment or system should not be
used adjacent to, or stacked with, other
equipment. If adjacent or stacked use is
necessary, the equipment or system
should be tested to verify normal
operation in the configuration in which
it is being used.
Guidance and Manufacturers Declaration Electromagnetic
Emissions
The CASE is intended for use in the electromagnetic
environment specified below. It is the responsibility of the
customer or user to ensure that the CASE is used in such
an environment.
Emissions Test Compliance Electromagnetic Environment - Guidance
RF emissions
CISPR11
Group 1
The equipment 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.
RF emissions
CISPR11
Class A
The equipment is suitable for use in all
establishments other than domestic
establishments and those directly connected to
the public low-voltage power supply network
that supplies buildings used for domestic
purposes.
Harmonic Emissions
EN 61000-3-2
Class A
Voltage fluctuations/
Flicker emissions
EN 61000-3-3
Complies
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Guidance and Manufacturers Declaration Electromagnetic
Immunity
The CASE is intended for use in the electromagnetic
environment specified below. It is the responsibility of the
customer or user to ensure that the CASE is used in such
an environment.
NOTE
Ut is the AC mains voltage prior to application of the
test level.
Immunity Test EN 60601 Test Level Compliance Level
Electromagnetic Environment -
Guidance
Electrostatic
discharge (ESD)
EN 61000-4-2
6 kV contact
8 kV air
6 kV contact
8 kV air
Floors should be wood, concrete or
ceramic tile. If floors are covered with
synthetic material, the relative humidity
should be at least 30%.
Electrical fast
transient/burst
EN 61000-4-4
2 kV for power supply lines
1 kV for input/output lines
2 kV for power supply lines
1 kV for input/output lines
Mains power should be that of a typical
commercial or hospital environment.
Surge
EN 61000-4-5
1 kV differential mode
2 kV common mode
1 kV differential mode
2 kV common mode
Mains power should be that of a typical
commercial or hospital environment.
Voltage dips, short
interruptions and
voltage variations on
power supply input
lines
EN 61000-4-11
<5% U
t
(>95% dip in U
t
)
for 0.5 cycles
40% U
t
(60% dip in U
t
)
for 5 cycles
70% U
t
(30% dip in U
t
)
for 25 cycles
<5% U
t
(>95% dip in U
t
)
for 5 sec
<5% U
t
(>95% dip in U
t
)
for 0.5 cycles
40% U
t
(60% dip in U
t
)
for 5 cycles
70% U
t
(30% dip in U
t
)
for 25 cycles
<5% U
t
(>95% dip in U
t
)
for 5 sec
Mains power should be that of a typical
commercial or hospital environment. If the
user of the CASE requires continued
operation during power mains
interruptions, it is recommended that the
CASE be powered from an uninterruptible
power supply or a battery.
Power frequency
(50/60 Hz) magnetic
field
EN 61000-4-8
3 A/m 3 A/m Power frequency magnetic fields should be
at levels characteristics of a typical location
in a typical commercial or hospital
environment.
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Guidance and Manufacturers Declaration Electromagnetic
Immunity
The CASE is intended for use in the electromagnetic
environment specified below. It is the responsibility of the
customer or user to assure that the CASE is used in such
an environment.
Immunity Test EN 60601 Test Level Compliance Level Electromagnetic Environment Guidance
Portable and mobile RF communications equipment should not
be used closer to any part of the equipment, including cables,
than the recommended separation distance calculated from the
equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter.
Recommended separation distance
Conducted RF
EN 61000-4-6
3 Vrms
150 KHz to 80 MHz
2.6 V rms
d = 1.2
Radiated RF
EN 61000-4-3
3 V/m
80 MHz to 2.5 GHz
1.8 V/m
d = 1.2 80 MHz to 800 MHz
d = 2.3 800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
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
a
, should 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 reflection from structures, objects,
and people.
a
Field strengths from fixed transmitters, such as base stations for radio (cellular/cordless) telephones and land mobile 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 equipment is used exceeds the applicable RF compliance level above, the equipment should be observed
to verify normal operation. If abnormal performance is observed, additional measures may be necessary, such as re-orienting or
relocating the equipment.
b
Over the frequency range 150 KHz to 80 MHz, field strengths should be less than 3 V/m.
P
P
P
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Recommended Separation Distances
The table below provides the recommended separation
distances (in meters) between portable and mobile RF
communication equipment and the CASE.
The CASE is intended for use in the electromagnetic
environment on which radiated RF disturbances are
controlled. The customer or the user of the CASE can help
prevent electromagnetic interference by maintaining a
minimum distance between portable and mobile RF
communications equipment (transmitters) and the CASE
as recommended below, according to the maximum output
power of the communications equipment.
For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not
listed above, the recommended separation distance [d] in
meters (m) can estimated using the equation applicable to
the frequency of the transmitter, where P is the maximum
output power rating of the transmitter in watts (w)
according to the transmitter manufacturer.
NOTE
These guidelines may not apply in all situations.
Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption
and reflection from structures, objects, and people.
Separation Distance in Meters (m) According to Frequency of Transmitter
Rated MaximumOutput
Power of Transmitter in
Watts
150 kHz to 80 MHz
outside ISMbands
d = 1.2
150 kHz to 80 MHz
in ISMbands
d = 1.2
80 MHz to 800 MHz
d = 1.2
800 MHz to 2.5 GHz
d = 2.3
0.01 0.12 0.12 0.12 0.23
0.1 0.38 0.38 0.38 0.73
1 1.2 1.2 1.2 2.3
10 3.8 3.8 3.8 7.3
100 12 12 12 23
NOTE 1: At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the separation distance for the higher frequency range applies.
P P
P P
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Compliant Cables and Accessories
WARNI NG
The use of accessories, transducers and
cables other than those specified may
result in increased emissions or
decreased immunity performance of the
equipment or system.
The table below lists cables, transducers, and other
applicable accessories with which GE Medical Systems
claims EMC compliance.
NOTE
Any supplied accessories that do not affect EMC
compliance are not included.
Part No Description MaximumLengths
2019792-001 Cable Assy DVI-D to DVI-D Video 1.8m
700609-001 Cable Treadmill to Stress Sys 6.096m
900995-001 Cam 14 NA
2026400-001 Display LCD 17 NEC 1770NX N/A
2023603-001 Display LCD 19 NEC 19805XI N/A
2032323-001 Display LCD CHILIN TECH MDC1900 N/A
2005125-0XX Keyboard NA
901142-001 Kit Cam 14 Resting W/AHA Adaptors NA
901142-002 Kit Cam 14 Resting W/IEC Adaptors NA
420403-001 Mouse Two Button Logitech NA
401855-0XX Power Supply Cord European 10A 250V 2.5m
405535-002 Power Supply Cord US 15A 125V 3.0m
2008712-001 Pump Internal KISS CASE NA
400073-001 Serial Comm. Cable 8 Pin Mini DIN 6.1m
2031030-001 Set KISS Multilead for Ger, Eng, Fre N/A
2031030-004 Set KISS Multilead for Hun, Cze, Sla N/A
2031030-002 Set KISS Multilead for Ita, Spa, Dut N/A
2031030-006 Set KISS Multilead for Jpn, Chs N/A
2031030-005 Set KISS Multilead for Rus, Pol N/A
2031030-003 Set KISS Multilead for Swe, Dan, Nor N/A
2024040-001 Set Upgrade Electrodes A1-A4 N/A
2024038-001 Set Upgrade Electrodes FRANK N/A
2024039-001 Set Upgrade Electrodes NEHB N/A
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D-1 CASE Exercise Testing System
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Appendix D CASE Files
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CASE Files: Directory Structure and Notes on CASE Files
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Directory Structure and Notes on CASE Files
When installing CASE, a subdirectory (default: D:\CASE)
is created into which the files required for execution are
copied. When calling up CardioSoft for the first time,
several subdirectories are then created in this directory for
the examination data, speech entries and the configuration
data. After calling up CASE, the directory structure is as
follows:
Files in Windows system32 directory:
CardioSoft requires the following files from the Windows
system32 directory:
CARDIO DATABASE Databases for Patient
Examination Data
RESTECG Resting ECG Reports
SPIR Spirograms
SOUND Sound Files from all Examinations.
ONLINE Full Disclosure ECG from all Exami-
nations.
SETUP Configurations
TAPE Dictated Data
AVER Late Potential Reports
DOC User manual and Help Files
CAS Ergometry Reports
NARRATIV Configured report templates
ONL500 not used
ONL2000 not used
RHK Right-Heart-Catheterization
HOLTERBP Long-Term Blood Pressure Reports
EXTPROG Reports from all External Progs.
DIAGS Diagnostic Software
HELP Help files
WRITER Thermal Writer Windows Driver
Filename Description
mfc42.dll
msvcrt.dll
Visual C++ class library Functions
hel_grid.ttf Special Font
msflxgrd.ocx Flex Grid Tools for Stress Test Table
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File name nomenclature of the examination procedure
The file name consists of the following components:
the ID letter for the examination procedure
A: late potential analysis
B: ambulatory blood pressure measurement
C: Ergometry
H: Holter ECG
K: cardiac catheterization
N: STAT (emergency) ECG
R: Resting ECG
S: spirometry
T: stress echocardiography
U: ultrasound
X: external programs
Y: X-ray
Z: Right-Heart-Catheterization
the identification letter for the compression
C: compressed
U: uncompressed
the internal patient ID
6-digit with leading zeros
the internal examination ID, which gives additional
file data
3-digit with leading zeros
File in the Windows INF directory
CardioSoft requires the following file in the Windows INF directory:
Files in the Windows directory
Cardiosoft creates the following files in the Windows directory:
NOTE
The program settings in cardio.ini can be allocated
with an identifier and stored in the help functions
under Settings in the \SETUP directory, thus making
them available to all users of a network (load help
functions under Settings). Up to 10 settings can be
stored with file names from SETUP0.INI to
SETUP9.INI. Stress test driver settings are stored in
file PA5V0.DAT to PA5V9.DAT.
NOTE
If the profiles in erg_prot_vsan.dat are modified or
recreated, the file should be saved. It has been known
for this file to have been deleted during new
installations. It can also prove useful to assign the file
with the attribute READONLY. This prevents
overwriting or deletion. However, this attribute must
be removed again before making any new changes in
the profile. It is more advisable, however, to make a
backup of the file as it cannot then be lost, even in the
event of a hard disk error.
Filename Description
camusb.inf Information file for the USB cam device
Filename Description
cardio.ini Initialization file that stores program settings.
These settings
ca_sys.ini Initialization file that stores system settings.
erg_prot_vsan.dat Data file that stores the settings for the stress test
driver (e.g., ergometer, treadmill).
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