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No.

2D730-150E*B

SERVICE MANUAL
FOR
DIAGNOSTIC ULTRASOUND SYSTEM

MODEL SSA-550A
(2D730-150E*B)

 TOSHIBA CORPORATION 2001


ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

YEM55400G-2
No. 2D730-150E*B

IMPORTANT!

1. No part of this manual may be copied or reprinted, in whole or in part,


without written permission.

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

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REVISION RECORD

REV. DATE REASON PAGE SER. DOC.


(MM/YY) No. PRODUCT.
/AUTHOR CHANGED
INI. 02/'01 Mr. Tezuka ------- TM-WPF

*A 06/'01 Mr. Sato

*B 10/'01 Mr. Takahashi

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Safety Precautions

1. Meaning of Signal Words

In this manual, the signal words DANGER, WARNING, and CAUTION are used regarding
safety and other important instructions. The signal words and their meanings are defined as follows.
Please understand their meanings clearly before reading this manual.

Signal word Meaning

DANGER Indicates an imminently hazardous si tuation which, if not avoided,


will result in death or serious injury.

WARNING Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,


could result in death or serious injury.

CAUTION Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,


may result in minor or moderate injury.

CAUTION Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may


result in property damage.

2. Meaning of Safety Symbols

Symbol Description
Type-BF applied part
ECG : Type-BF equipment
Others : Type-BF when Type-BF applied part is connected.
All ultrasound transducers and PCG microphone
can be connected to this system are Type-BF
applied part.
"Attention" (Refer to the operation manual.)

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3. Safety Precautions

Please observe the following precautions to ensure the safety of service engineers as well as operators
when using this system.

DANGER: Do not use flammable gasses such as anesthetics, or flammable liquids such
as ethanol, near this product, because there is danger of explosion.

WARNING: 1. Do not connect this system to outlets with the same circuit breakers and
fuses that control current to devices such as life-support systems. If this
system malfunctions and generates an overcurrent, or when there is an
instantaneous current at power ON, the circuit breakers and fuses of the
building’s supply circuit may be tripped.

2. Do not connect to the system transducers other than those specified by


TOSHIBA, to prevent accidents such as fire.

3. Do not subject the transducers to knocks. Use of defective transducers


may cause an electric shock.

CAUTION: 1. Malfunctions due to radio waves


(1) Use of radio-wave -emitting devices in the proximity of this kind of
medical electronic system may interfere with its operation. Do not bring
or use devices which generate radio waves, such as cellular telephones,
transceivers, and radio controlled toys, in the room where the system is
installed.

(2) If a user brings a device which generates radio waves near the system,
they must be instructed to immediately turn OFF the device. This is
necessary to ensure the proper operation of the system.

2. Be sure to install the system on a level floor and lock the casters. If this is
not done, the system may move, injuring the service personnel.

3. Move the system forward or backward only. If the system is moved to the left
or right, it may fall, causing injury.

4. To prevent electric shock, do not connect the peripheral units (video printer,
VCR, etc.) to an external outlet. Peripheral units should be connected to the
service outlet of the system or the optional isolation transformer. For the
connection procedures, contact your TOSHIBA representative.

5. The service outlet of the main unit is intended solely for recommended
peripheral units. Do not connect devices other than recommended
peripheral units to the service outlet. Connecting devices other than those
recommended may cause the consumption current to exceed the power
capacity of the main unit, possibly resulting in malfunction.

6. Do not place any objects on top of the monitor. They may fall, causing
injury.

7. Do not allow fluids such as water to contact the system or peripheral


devices. Electric shock may result.

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CONTENTS

Page

Safety Precautions -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- S-1

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

1.1 Outline --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-1

1.2 System Block Diagram ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-2

2. DISASSEMBLING THE SYSTEM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-1

2.1 Removing the Covers -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-2

2.2 Removing the Monitor ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-4

2.3 Removing the Operating Panel ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-5

2.4 Removing the OEM Rack -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-6

2.5 Removing the PWBs ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-8

2.6 Removing the CARD_CAGE-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-9

2.7 Removing the Transducer Connector ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-10

2.8 Removing the Units Related to the Power Supply----------------------------------------------------------- 2-11

2.8.1 Removing the regulator PWB-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-11

2.8.2 Removing the line filter----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-11

2.8.3 Removing the switching regulator-------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-11

2.8.4 Removing the transformer ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2-11

2.9 Removing the PC--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-14

2.10 Removing the MOD and the FDD ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-15

3. FUNCTION OF EACH UNIT -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-1

3.1 Connection Block Diagram for Units --------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-1

3.2 Power Supply (A02 to A08)---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-3

3.3 A10 CTPN---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-6

3.4 A28 EPCG---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-9

3.5 A30 PCAS ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-11

3.6 A32 PCAX------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-11

3.7 A33 PCAA ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-13

3.8 A36 PSEL ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-15

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CONTENTS - continued

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3.9 A38 PCNT---------------------------------------------------------3-エラー! ブックマークが定義されていません。

3.10 A40 PAMP---------------------------------------------------------3-エラー! ブックマークが定義されていません。

3.11 A42 TXBF ---------------------------------------------------------3-エラー! ブックマークが定義されていません。

3.12 A44 STRX ---------------------------------------------------------3-エラー! ブックマークが定義されていません。

3.13 A46 RXBF ---------------------------------------------------------3-エラー! ブックマークが定義されていません。

3.14 A48 BWPR--------------------------------------------------------3-エラー! ブックマークが定義されていません。

3.15 A48 LDB -BWPR ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-30

3.16 A50 SUBC------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-32

3.17 A56 CFPR------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-34

3.18 A56-1 DPPR---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-36

3.19 A66 ECDC---------------------------------------------------------3-エラー! ブックマークが定義されていません。

3.20 A69 RPNL ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-40

3.21 A70 SYSC---------------------------------------------------------3-エラー! ブックマークが定義されていません。

4. ERROR MESSAGES ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-1

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1. INTRODUCTION

1.1 Outline

This system provides high-quality images and functions in the 2D, M, FFT Doppler, and color
blood-flow modes. The system is classified into the following three main systems depending on
the combined units.

(1) Color system for whole-body examinations

(2) Color system for abdominal examinations

(3) Black/white system

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1.2

Applied part Battery Floppy Magneto-


Reception
Transducer connector 1 channel for data disk optical
Electronic scan Delay
switching circuit saving drive disk drive
transducer synthesizer
(including option)
Transducer connector 2 transmission/ circuit (option)
BF (option) Video signal connector
rception circuit Transmission
type pulse (including option)
Transducer connector 3 (including option) Amplification Scan conversion/
generator detection/ Doppler scan conversion/ Audio connector
(option) (including option)
Applied part orthogonal blood flow data color
detection/ conversion/ External Network connector
ECG signal processing Main processor control circuit
System Block Diagram

Mechanical sector Doppler system


arithmetic circuit connection
Transducer connector 4 transducer transmission/ (option) USB connector
BF (option) reception circuit circuit control
Mechanical sector
type transducer control (including option) (including option) circuit Data input/output connector
(option)
Applied part circuit
CW Doppler transducer Printer control connector
Pencil connector transmission/reception
(option) Image data Operating
BF circuit Footswitch
memory circuit panel circuit
type (option)
(including option)
PCG connector PCG signal detection circuit
Applied part (option) (option)

Double insulation 12-inch black/


ECG connector ECG signal detection circuit
(option) white monitor or
(option)
BF 15-inch color

1-2
type External input connector monitor
Signal amplification circuit
(option) (option) (option)
Power supply
circuit Power supply for internal
Power supply memory system and
transformer cooling fan
Switching Power supply for each
Power power supply
Power Main power supply switch Inrush current analog part
supply
supply (also serves as the circuit protector) control circuit
connector Line filter
plug Power supply for
Commercial power each digital part
PE
supply Power supply for
cooling fan
Power supply
connector External connection system
Double for peripheral
unit
insulation
Metal shield
(grounded for protection)
Metal shield
(grounded for protection)

Protective grounding Connection method Ground terminal


for potential equalization
conductor

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2. DISASSEMBLING THE SYSTEM

<<Name of each section>>

Monitor

Subpanel Handle

Main panel
Peripheral unit mounting rack
Gel holder

Keyboard Transducer holder

MOD
FDD ECG panel
Transducer connector

Caster

PWB rack
Rear panel

Switching regulator

Line filter Transformer

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2.1 Removing the Covers

(1) Front cover

Remove this cover by removing one screw <A> (M4 × 12).

NOTE: Remove this cover by pulling it away from the front of the unit. (The right and left
corners at the bottom of this cover are secured with Velcro tape.)

(2) Foot rest

(a) Remove the front cover. (Refer to (1))

(b) Remove the foot rest by removing two screws <B> (M4 × 12).

(3) Rear cover

Remove this cover by removing four screws <C> (two each on the upper part (M4 × 12) and
lower part (M4 × 12)).

(4) Rear bumper

(a) Remove the rear cover. (Refer to (3).)

(b) Remove this bumper by removing two tapping screws (M4 × 10).

(5) Louver/dust filter

Remove this unit by pulling the upper part of the louver at both ends.

(6) CNN rear cover

Remove this cover by pulling the two hinges inserted into the rear cover.

(7) Right side cover

(a) Remove the front cover and the rear cover by referring to steps (1) and (3).

(b) Remove the right side cover by removing four screws <D> (M4 × 8).

(8) Left side cover

(a) Remove the front cover and the rear cover by referring to steps (1) and (3).

(b) Remove the left side cover by removing four screws <E> (M4 × 8).

(9) Handle cover

Remove this cover by removing four screws <F> (M4).

NOTE: For screws that come into direct contact with the resin cover, do not use screws with
external-tooth lock washers.

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<A>

Front cover

Handle cover

<F>

Foot rest

<B>

<D>

Right side cover

CNN rear cover


Left side cover
<E>
<C>

Rear cover
Louver/dust filter
Rear bumper

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2.2 Removing the Monitor

(1) Remove the monitor support column section cover by removing one screw <A> (M4 × 12).

(2) Remove the connector cover by removing one screw <B> (M4 × 10).

(3) Remove the cable-hiding cover (small) by sliding it upward.

(4) Disconnect the power supply cable and the signal cable from the monitor.

(5) Remove the monitor by removing two screws <C> (M5 × 14).

Monitor

Connector cover Cable-hiding cover


(small)
<B> Monitor support column
section cover
<A>

Monitor

<C>

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2.3 Removing the Operating Panel

(1) Cover-1 (large)

(a) Remove the transducer holder.


(b) Remove cover-1 (large) by removing four screws <A> (three on the right (M4 × 12), one
on the left (M4 × 12)).

(2) Cover-2 (small)

(a) Remove the monitor support column section cover. (Refer to step (1) in
subsection 2.2.)
(b) Remove cover-1 (large) by referring to step (1).
(c) Remove cover-2 (small) by removing four screws <B> (M4 × 12).

(3) Keyboard

(a) Remove cover-1 (large) by referring to step (1).


(b) Remove the P-CONT PWB and its mounting plate by removing six screws <C>
(M3 × 8).
(c) Remove the keyboard by removing four screws <D> (M4 × 8).

<B>

Cover-2 (small)
Cover-1 (large) <C>

<D>

<A>

<A>

Keyboard P-CONT PWB and


its mounting plate

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2.4 Removing the OEM Rack

(1) OEM top cover


(a) Remove the monitor support column section cover by removing one screw <A>
(M4 × 12).

Monitor support column


section cover
<A>

(b) Remove the screws securing the hanger holder and remove it.
(c) Remove the cap that hides the screws and remove this cover by removing two screws
<B> (M4 × 12).

NOTE: Remove this cover by lifting it up. (The right and left parts at the front of this cover
are secured with Velcro tape.)

(2) OEM rear cover


Remove the cap that hides the screws and remove this cover by removing four screws <C>
(M4 × 12).

(3) OEM right side cover


Remove this cover by removing two screws <D> (M4 × 12).

(4) VCR
Remove the VCR by removing two screws <E> (M4 × 12).

(5) Color printer


Remove the color printer by removing four screws <F> (M4 × 12).

(6) OEM left side cover


Remove this cover by removing two screws <G> (M4 × 12).

(7) OEM chassis


Remove this chassis by removing five screws <H> (M4 × 12).

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OEM right side cover


<F> <B> OEM top cover

<E>

<D> OEM chassis

<C>

<H>

OEM rear cover


<G>
OEM left side cover

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2.5 Removing the PWBs

(1) Remove the rear cover. (Refer to step (3) in subsection 2.1.)

(2) Remove the CARD_CAGE_REAR plate by removing six screws <A> with external-tooth lock
washers (M4 × 8).

NOTE: The CARD_CAGE_REAR plate is inserted into the root of the handle section of the
frame to retain the PWBs in order to prevent cable disconnection.

(3) Remove the PWBs using the ejector.

Note)

CARD_CAGE_REAR plate
<A>

SYSC PAMP
RTTC TXBF
ECDC STRX

RXBF A
RXBF B
BWPR
SUBC
CFPR

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2.6 Removing the CARD_CAGE

(1) Remove the following covers.

• Front cover (Refer to step (1) in subsection 2.1.)

• Rear cover (Refer to step (3) in subsection 2.1.)

• Right side cover (Refer to step (7) in subsection 2.1.)

• Left side cover (Refer to step (8) in subsection 2.1.)

(2) Remove the PC. (Refer to subsection 2.8.)

(3) Remove the ECG panel by removing six screws <A> with external-tooth lock washers
(M4 × 8).

(4) Remove the CARD_CAGE toward the back by removing eight screws <B> with external-tooth
lock washers (four each on the right and left sides, M4 × 8).

CARD_CAGE

<A>

<B>

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2.7 Removing the Transducer Connector

(1) Remove the front cover by referring to subsection 2.1.

(2) Remove the CARD_CAGE_FRONT plate by removing eleven screws <A> with external-tooth
lock washers (M4 × 8).

(3) Remove the transducer connector PWB by removing screws <B> with external-tooth lock
washers (one M4 × 8 screw, 23 M3 × 8 screws) and three latches.

NOTE: To remove the latches, rotate them 45° using needlenose pliers and then pull them
away from the front.

<B>
<A>

Latch

CARD_CAGE_FRONT plate Transducer connector PWB

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2.8 Removing the Units Related to the Power Supply

2.8.1 Removing the regulator PWB

(1) Remove the front cover by referring to step (1) in subsection 2.1.

(2) Remove the foot rest by referring to step (2) in subsection 2.1.

(3) Remove the regulator PWB by removing three screws <A> with external-tooth lock
washers (M3 × 8).

2.8.2 Removing the line filter

(1) Remove the line filter by removing two screws <B> (M4 × 12).

2.8.3 Removing the switching regulator

(1) Remove the following covers.

• Front cover (Refer to step (1) in subsection 2.1.)

• Foot rest (Refer to step (2) in subsection 2.1.)

• Rear cover (Refer to step (3) in subsection 2.1.)

(2) Remove the switching regulator by removing seven screws <C> with external-tooth lock
washers (M4 × 10).

2.8.4 Removing the transformer

(1) Remove the following covers.

• Front cover (Refer to step (1) in subsection 2.1.)

• Rear cover (Refer to step (3) in subsection 2.1.)

• Right side cover (Refer to step (7) in subsection 2.1.)

• Left side cover (Refer to step (8) in subsection 2.1.)

(2) Remove the CARD_CAGE. (Refer to subsection 2.6.)

(3) Remove the transformer by removing four screws <D> (M5 × 10).

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Regulator PWB

<A>

Switching regulator

<C>

Line filter

<B>

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<D>

Transformer

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2.9 Removing the PC

(1) Remove the following covers.

• Front cover (Refer to step (1) in subsection 2.1.)

• Rear cover (Refer to step (3) in subsection 2.1.)

• Left side cover (Refer to step (8) in subsection 2.1.)

(2) Remove the cables.

(3) Remove the PC retainers (upper/bottom) from the main system by removing three
M4 screws.

(4) Remove the PC from the main system.

(5) Remove the PC retainers (upper/bottom) from the PC by removing the flat head screws.

PC retainer

Screw

Screw

PC retainer

Flat head screw

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2.10 Removing the MOD and the FDD

(1) Remove the front cover by referring to step (1) in subsection 2.1.

(2) Remove the MOD and the FDD by removing four screws <A> with external-tooth lock
washers (M3 × 4) and screw <B> with external-tooth lock washers (M4 × 8).

<B>
MOD
FDD
<A>

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3.

3.1
F/E section B/E section

(1)
A28 EPCG
ECG(float. DC)I/F
ECG/PCG Isolation Amp
Gain Amp Only one PWB (A40-1 CWRX, A40-2 RX64, or
PCG I/F
A40-3 RX32) can be connected. In addition, the
same circuit as that in the A40-2 RX64 is provided
in the A40-1 CWRX.
Pencil CW
F/E section

A56-1 DPPR
Doppler Process
Wall filter
A44 STRX FFT Analysis
A30 PCAS (S) CW RX Sound separation
128 ch Array 128 ch Array Probe, Cross detect
64 ch PA 64 ch PA connection
FUNCTION OF EACH UNIT

NQ Filter
PWB SG
VRAM SRAM
(S) CW TX
A/D
32 ch
32 ch
TX Pulse Gen. A40 PAMP A40-1 CWRX SG
TX Driver Pre-amp SCW RX Beamformer FIFO
SG SG Pre-TGC
Connection Block Diagram for Units

Same circuit as DSP SDRC SDRAM


128 ch Array A30 PCAS in A40-2 RX64 (Cine)
128 ch Array Probe,
64 ch PA 64 ch PA connection
PWB

A42 TXBF 64 ch
64 ch
TX Pulse Gen.
TX Driver A40-2 RX64 A46 RXBF A
Walking Control w/o fold over RX Beamformer

3-1
A32 PCAX A/D RXBF
128 ch Array 128 ch Array Probe, A36 PSEL
64 ch PA 64 ch PA connection
PWB Transducer
switching
PWB
A38 PCNT A40-3 RX32 A46 RXBF B
with fold over RX Beamformer
HV-MUX
128 ch 64 ch
128-64
64 ch PA A33 PCAA HV-MUX 64-32 MUX A/D RXBF DRFP
Annular array 64 ch PA, Annular
TEE TEE connection PWB

A48 BWPR
B&M Process A51 CMEM63/255
Dynamic filter SDRC (Cine) SRAM
A50 SUBC Log-Amp
Realtime Control AGC, DGC for B
A68 RTTC TX timing
Mecha Sector
Rotation Pre-TGC
Control Dynamic Filter Analog
A34 PCMS DGC LMC NFMC
Mecha Sector Mecha Sector signal
TV sync. gen.
connection PWB proce-
Clock gen.
ssing SDRC (Cine)
For M r- θ

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A56 CFPR A66 ECDC
CFM Process
(2)

Frame Interpolator
MTI Filter
Post-Process
Auto Correlation
Noise Filter Video-I/O
Frame Filter SDRC (Cine) SRAM SDRAM A14
SRAM For Color of MCDI For V/TP A69 RPNL BMON
SDRC SDRC Image
CFP2 NFMC system
ASIC ASIC D/A Calibration
external
B/E section

(FI mode) (NI mode) connector


A51 CMEM63/255 A15
SDRC (Cine) γ- θ For R/G/B CMON
for Color of BCDI

Communication
system
A56-1 DPPR A70 SYSC external
A46 RXBF B Doppler Process System Control connector
RX Beamformer Wall Filter Boot Program
FFT Analysis VRAM Graphic
Graphic
Sound Separation UP-Bus
SI-Bus Foot SW
FIFO Foot SW
Communication Control
A/D RXBF DRFP DSP SIO
A26 FDDV
SCSI
FD A27 MODV
USB
LAN
SDRC SDRAM A10 CTPN

3-2
(Cine) A10-1 CPCT
A10-2 KTOP
A10-3 SKBD
A10-4 KBLT

A48 BWPR A51 CMEM63/255


B&M Process
Dynamic Filter SDRC (Cine) SRAM
Log-Amp
AGC, DGC for B

Analog
Port D/A signal LMC NFMC
proce-
ssing
SDRC (Cine)
For M r- θ

A 5V, D 5V D 3V
A 12V, D 12V A02 RGLT D 5V A03 SWRG A06 PWX/* A08 RCLM A05 LNF/* 90-264 [Vac]
A 10V, D 10V Regulation D 12V Regulation Main Trans Rush Current Inlet
A 12V, D 12V D 10V
D 24V Ripple Reduction D 24V Power relay Limiter Circuit Protector
HV 185V, HV 12V Line Filter
A BV

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3.2 Power Supply (A02 to A08)

<<Function>>

The power-supply block consists of the A05 LNF, A06 PWX, A03 SWRG, A02 RGLT, A07 HVPS,
A09 OLLF, A09-1 FUSE, and A04 OUTL.

(1) A05 LNF

This consists of the inlet, breaker, and A08 RCLM.

The parts used for the breaker change the rated current depending on the AC input voltage
as follows:

100 VAC : 15 A
120 VAC : 10 A
220 VAC to 240 VAC : 7.5 A

The A08 RCLM includes a line filter and an anti-inrush-current function.

(2) A06 PWX

The power supply transformer includes a function for switching between the 100-V system
and the 200-V system.

To switch the voltage system, exchange connectors "A" and "B" of the 6-pole connectors.

For the connection procedures, refer to the figures on the label attached to the power supply
transformer.

100 V / 120 V SYSTEM


A J1 J2 B
TRANS
FORMER
IN OUT

220 V - 240 V SYSTEM


B J1 J2 A
TRANS
FORMER
IN OUT

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(3) A03 SWRG

This PWB includes a function for turning ON/OFF the DC voltage generation function of the
system. It also includes a circuit for switching the external option AC power supply (ON/OFF)
in synchronization with the power supply of the system.

<<Basic performance>>

AC input : 88 VAC to 264 VAC


Output capacity : 400 VA (maximum)
Output voltages : 5 levels (+3.4 V/+5 V/-10 V/+12 V/+24 V (for color monitor)

<<LED display>>

When the power-supply breaker is ON and the main switch is OFF, the LED lights at half
brightness.

When the power-supply breaker is ON and the main switch is ON, the LED lights at full
brightness.

(4) A02 RGLT

This circuit includes a mechanism for distributing the DC voltage to each section of the
system, a voltage monitoring function, a high-voltage regulator circuit, and an audio power
amplifier.

• Voltage distribution function

DC voltages are supplied to the black-and-white monitor, operator, MO, FDD, and 5 fans.
Connectors for supplying voltages are provided.
Voltage is supplied to the color monitor from the A03 SWRG.
DC voltages (+12 V, -10 V, and +5 V) are supplied to each card PWB via the A25 MTRB.
For +3.4 V, a cable from the A03 SWRG is connected directly to the A25 MTRB.

• Voltage monitoring function

The DC voltages (+3.4 V, +5 V, -10 V, +12 V, +24 V, +155 V, -37 V, +BV) used for the
system are monitored. (+BV: Transducer transmission voltage)
The load current of the 5 fans is detected to confirm that the fans have not stopped.

• High-voltage regulator circuit

This is a series regulator circuit for generating high voltages HV +155 V and HV -37 V from
+180 V and -50 V.

• Audio power amplifier

This is a power amplifier for driving the speaker in the monitor.

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Normally, switch S1 (SUB POWER SW) shown in figure below is set to OFF.
When this switch is set to ON, the power supply of the main system can be set to ON by
setting the main switch (breaker) on the rear of the main system to ON, regardless of the
status of the standby switch on the left side of the main system.

A02 RGLT OFF

S1
ON
Component side

Switch layout drawing of A02 RGLT

(5) A07 HVPS

Two pairs of DC-DC converter circuits are used to generate high voltages (+180 V, -50) and
+BV (+145 V to +9 V) from the low voltage (+12 V).

(6) A09 OLLF, A09-1 FUSE, A04 OUTL

The A09 OLLF is a line filter for the external AC power supplied from the A03 RGLT.

The A09-1 FUSE is a fuse for the external AC power supply. The rated current value of the
fuse used differs depending on the line voltage of the system.

<<Fuse ratings>>

100 VAC/120 VAC : 6.3 A


220 VAC to 240 VAC : 4.0 A

The A04 OUTL has a total of 4 outputs: 3 outputs for external options and 1 output for the
built-in PC.

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A06 PWX A03 SWRG A04 OUTL

P1 100/115V SYSTEM P1 100/115V SYSTEM


AC OUTLET
P2 230V SYSTEM P2 230V SYSTEM
AC OUTLET
MAIN
TRANSFORMER

A05 LNF

A08 RCLM

3-6
A02 RGLT

LINE FILTER DC-10V DC+12V, -10V, GND


GND
<<Block diagram for A02 to A08 power supply circuits>>

DC+24V, +12V, -10V


CURRENT LIMITER DC+12V
GND RC+18V, GND, RCONL
SWITCHING
DC+12V REGULATOR
DC+5V, GND
GND

AC INPUT DC+12V
100, 115 OR 230V GND

A25 MTRB
CIRCUIT PROTECTOR
PROTECTIVE
GROUND 100V : CP32VF/15D
TERMINAL 115V : CP32VF/10D
230V : CP32VF/10D DC+3V, GND

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No. 2D730-150E*B

3.3 A10 CTPN

<<Functions>>

• This unit consists of the following 4 blocks.

(1) CTPT

(a) Transmits switch information to the SYSC PWB when the main panel, sub-panel,
keyboard switches, rotary encoder, and trackball are operated.

(b) Controls ON/OFF of the panel switch LED by communication from the SYSC PWB.

(c) Controls the STANDBY LED of the main panel.

<1> When the power breaker is ON and the main switch is OFF, the LED blinks.

<2> When the power breaker is ON and the main switch is ON, the LED lights.

<3> When UIDM-500A shutdown processing is in progress, the LED blinks more
rapidly that in <1> above.

(2) MAP

Main panel control

(3) SUBP

Sub-panel control

(4) SKBD

Keyboard control

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No. 2D730-150E*B

<<A10 CTPN block diagram>>

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No. 2D730-150E*B

3.4 A28 EPCG

<<Functions>>

This PWB includes the following functions because it amplifies the ECG signal for scroll display.

(1) ECG isolation amplifier

Isolates the ECG electrode (connected to the patient by lead II etc.) to amplify the ECG signal.

(2) DC amplifier input

Amplifies output signals from an electrocardiograph etc. (DC coupled).

(3) PCG microphone input

Amplifies signals input from the PCG microphone.

(4) Input selection

Normally, the isolation amplifier output is selected for R-wave detection and display.

When the DC input connector is connected, DC amplifier output is enabled.

(5) R-wave detection and ECG delay signal generation

After signals are amplified and the amplitude level is corrected, the R-wave timing is detected
by the comparator.

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No. 2D730-150E*B

<<A28 EPCG block diagram>>

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3.5 A30 PCAS

<<Function>>

• For transducer connectors A and B (sector, linear, convex)

3.6 A32 PCAX

<<Functions>>

• For transducer connector C (sector, linear, convex)

• Transducer selection

• Transducer ID detection

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No. 2D730-150E*B

<<A32 PCAX block diagram>>

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3.7 A33 PCAA

<<Functions>>

• For transducer connector C (for M-TEE)

• Transducer selection

• Transducer ID detection

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No. 2D730-150E*B

<<A33 PCAA block diagram>>

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3.8 A36 PSEL

<<Functions>>

• PCAS, PCAX, and PCAA are mounted.

• Transducer selection

• Transducer ID detection

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No. 2D730-150E*B

<<A36 PSEL block diagram>>

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No. 2D730-150E*B

3.9 A38 PCNT

<<Function>>

• A high-voltage switch is mounted.

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No. 2D730-150E*B

<<A38 PCNT block diagram>>

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No. 2D730-150E*B

3.10 A40 PAMP

<<Functions>>

(1) Amplifies echo signals.

(2) CWRX, RX64, or RX32 is mounted.

(a) CWRX : Supports SCW and sector scanning.


Pencil CW transmission/reception
SCW delay summation

(b) RX64 : Supports sector scanning.

(c) RX32 : Supports linear and convex scanning.

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No. 2D730-150E*B

<<A40 PAMP block diagram>>

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No. 2D730-150E*B

<<A40-1/2/3 ANNEX block diagram>>

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3.11 A42 TXBF

<<Function>>

• Transmission pulse generation

• Z-CONV voltage generation

• High-voltage switch control signal generation

• Control of the F/E section such as PSEL, PCNT, etc.

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No. 2D730-150E*B

<<A42 TXBF block diagram>>

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No. 2D730-150E*B

3.12 A44 STRX

<<Functions>>

• SCW transmission

• SCW reception

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No. 2D730-150E*B

<<A44 STRX block diagram>>

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3.13 A46 RXBF

<<Functions>>

• Analog echo signal A/D conversion

• Addition and detection of echo signals after delay processing is performed according to the
focus pattern.

• Handles signals for 32 channels per PWB.

• PWB type

RXBF A RXBF B
Sector Required Required
Linear, convex  Required

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No. 2D730-150E*B

<<A46 RXBF block diagram>>

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No. 2D730-150E*B

3.14 A48 BWPR

<<Functions>>

• Black-and-white image processing (dynamic range, edge enhancement, frame correlation, etc.)

• Image memory function

• Scan converter

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No. 2D730-150E*B

<<A48 BWPR block diagram>>

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No. 2D730-150E*B

3.15 A48 LDB-BWPR

<<Function>>

The functions of the LDB-BWPR PWB are the same as those of the BWPR PWB except for the
following.

• A line doubler, which virtually increases the number of acoustic lines, is provided in the filter
FPGA.

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D+5V
A51 CMEM 63/255 D+3V
(for B mode)

<Array>

uP-bus
Cine Memory

CK20 MH
EDMENL 1 for M mode
16 Input Selector (SDRAM: 64 MB
EDM[0000:0015]H 16 HPF for THI etc.
D/A 14bit SDRC cine mode)
EDM[0100:0115]H 16 Thru, 5.5 M,
6 types uP-bus
2
BWPR40H/G
<M-Sector>
ESECPA
Frame Memory
ESECNA Dynamic filter (SRAM:
Frame Memory 128 kB x 8 pcs.)
HIBB[0:7]H
HIBM[0:7]H
<<A48 LDB-BWPR block diagram>>

(SRAM:
DFCHA Log compression
DFCHA 128 kB x 2 pcs.)
DFCLA LPF and Detector
DGCA
DGCA
Filter FPGA
UPA[01:25]A Memory Line Lateral
UPD[00:15]A Manag Doubler Filter
N.Q. filter NI FMC

3-31
UPWE0L/UPWE1L (16 types) ETCB[0.7]H
uP-Bus ASIC
UPRDL Peak Detector
UPWHRL I/F B0IN[0:7] /Average

Power UPRDYH uP-bus Frame Average


UPRSTL DGC, AGC Timing
Supply FEI: subtruction
Contl.
D+5V (SRAM:
CIDATH CMCK5MH
D+3V uP-bus 128 kB x 4 pcs.)
D+12V CISYNL CI-Bus MCCK5MH HRSTL
D -10V CICLKH I/F MIN[0:7] CK20MH
uP-bus

Dynamic Range
PTXCL
uP-bus
HR STL
CK20MH

LMC
HSA[0:5]A D/A 8 bit A/D 8 bit CK5M[3.0]H
HSD[0:7]A HS-bus
HSSTEL HS-Bus
HSCLKH I/F TXCL HRSTL
uP-bus

HS-bus

TXCL
VRSTL
PTXCL
CK20MH r- θ ASIC
BWPR2H/G 2 uP-bus
CK20MH
TVHRL
TV & system HRSTL
TVVRL VRSTL
timing A48-2 BWSC
TVEFL
TVPALL

CNPBBL, CNPBML

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CNPBDL
HIBD[0.7]H
No. 2D730-150E*B
No. 2D730-150E*B

3.16 A50 SUBC

<<Functions>>

• Ultrasound transmission/reception timing control

• Beam direction control

• Generation of gain correction signal in the depth direction

• Detection of the scan angle and surface temperature of the multi-plane TEE transducer

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No. 2D730-150E*B

<<A50 SUBC block diagram>>

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No. 2D730-150E*B

3.17 A56 CFPR

<<Functions>>

• Color signal processing (MTI filter auto-correlation)

• Color display processing (blank processing, VPT processing, color persistence)

• Image memory function (Two memory modules [either CMEM63 PWB or CMEM255 PWB] can
be mounted.)

• Scan converter

• The DPPR (Doppler signal processing) PWB is mounted.

• PWB type

CFPR PSP CFPR QSP


PSP (2-way simultaneous processing) Required 
QSP (4-way simultaneous processing)  Required

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No. 2D730-150E*B

<<A51 CMEM/A56 CFPR block diagram>>

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No. 2D730-150E*B

3.18 A56-1 DPPR

<<Functions>>

• PW/CW Doppler signal extraction

• Doppler auto trace arithmetic operation

• Doppler audio data generation

• ECG/PCG signal generation

• Image memory function

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No. 2D730-150E*B

<<A56-1 DPPR block diagram>>

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No. 2D730-150E*B

3.19 A66 ECDC

<<Functions>>

• Composite display of black-and-white and color images

• Combination of graphics (auto data etc.)

• Video signal input and switching

• Video signal output and switching

• Down-conversion from non-interlaced to interlaced

• Doppler audio volume adjustment

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No. 2D730-150E*B

<<A66 ECDC block diagram>>

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No. 2D730-150E*B

3.20 A69 RPNL

<<Functions>>

• External video signal input/output

• External communication input/output

• 3V indicator (LED for 10Base-T communication check)

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No. 2D730-150E*B

<<A69 RPNL block diagram>>

SERIAL1

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No. 2D730-150E*B

3.21 A70 SYSC

<<Functions>>

• The OS (Windows CE) is incorporated.

• Controls each unit by switch information from the CTPN PWB.

• Communicates with external devices via the communication interface.

<<Descriptions of switches>

Switch S1 shown in figure 3.21-1 (push switch) is used to reset the main CPU of the SYSC PWB.
The main CPU can be reset by pressing this switch, causing the system to be restarted.
Switch S2 is used to input the NMI in the main CPU. In the development stage, this switch is
used to connect an emulator. This switch is not normally used.
F1 is a breaker for protecting the SCSI. In the case of an abnormality, this breaker shuts down
the termination power supply to the SCSI. To restore the power supply, press the white section
at the center of F1 using the tip of a pencil etc.
If the white section of F1 is protruding in a system in which the internal MOD is not installed, the
loading bar at the bottom of the Nemio initial screen stops at the one-third point of the loading
process. This is because power is not supplied to the termination resistor of the termination
PWB that is connected to the SCSI signal cable and all signals in the SCSI become "L" level
(active).
For systems in which the internal MOD is installed, this problem does not occur because the
power to the termination resister of the SCSI is supplied from the MOD, even if it is not supplied
from the main system.

S1

F1

Component side

S2

Figure 3.21-1 Switch layout drawing of A70 SYSC

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No. 2D730-150E*B

<<Settings of switches and shorting pins of the MOD>>

In the current status, one MOD is required when the DMU is not installed and two MODs are
required when the DMU is installed. Figure 3.21-2 shows the switch layout. Figure 3.21-3
shows the SCSI ID settings. Figure 3.21-4 shows the termination resistor settings.

CNH2 CNH1

SCSI connector
SW1

Power supply connector

Figure 3.21-2 MOD (MCE3064SS, manufactured by Fujitsu Ltd.) viewed from the rear

OFF OFF

ON ON

8 1 8 1

MOD on the left MOD on the right

Figure 3.21-3 Settings of SW1 (SCSI ID) shown in figure 3.21-2 above

No shorting pin between 5 to 6

5 1 5 1

6 2 6 2

When the DMU is installed When the DMU is not installed


(MOD on the left) (MODs on both right and left)

Figure 3.21-4 Settings of CNH1 (settings of the SCSI termination resistor)


shown in figure 3.21-2

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No. 2D730-150E*B

<<Settings of shorting pins of the FDD>>

The figure below shows the settings of the shorting pins.

Signal connector

Shorting pin

Power supply connector

Settings of shorting pins of the FDD

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No. 2D730-150E*B

<<A70 SYSC block diagram>>

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4. ERROR MESSAGES

No. Error message Classification Function Description Action


1 Caution: Saving the Patient File Dialog File Utility Message warning against Operate as desired according to the
will overwrite with the same file overwriting that is displayed message.
name. when an attempt is made to
save a patient ID database file in
a directory in which the same file
name already exists.
2 Caution: Loading the Patient Dialog File Utility Message warning against Operate as desired according to the
File will overwrite with the same overwriting of the patient ID data message.
file name. (database file) that is displayed
when an attempt is made to load
a patient ID data file.
3 This file already exists. Dialog File Utility Message warning against Operate as desired according to the
Do you wish to overwrite the overwriting that is displayed message.
file? when a directory or file with the
same name exists.
4 Formatting will erase All data Dialog File Utility Message that is displayed to Operate as desired according to the
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from the disk. Proceed with allow the operator to confirm message.
Formatting? whether or not to proceed with
disk formatting.
5 Disk Format Failed Dialog File Utility Disk formatting could not be Check the write protect status of the disk.
performed by the system. Format the disk in the PC.
6 Patient ID? Dialog File Utility Message that is displayed to Enter the patient ID.
prompt the operator to enter the
patient ID if no patient ID has
been entered when saving an
ultrasound image.
7 Image must be frozen to Store. Dialog File Utility Message that is displayed when Freeze the US image.
an attempt is made to save an
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unfrozen ultrasound image.


8 Disk Error Dialog File Utility The disk is not inserted or is Check the disk.

No. 2D730-150E*B
No Disk or Write Protect write-protected.
No. Error message Classification Function Description Action
9 Disk Error Dialog File Utility The disk does not contain Prepare another disk.
No Space on Disk Delete data sufficient free space.
from disk or insert a new disk to
store data
10 Disk Error Dialog File Utility No disk is inserted when an Check that the disk is in the drive.
Check to see if disk is present attempt is made to load data.
11 MO (Still) Busy Dialog File Utility Data cannot be saved on MO Execute MO (Still) some time later.
when the MO (Still) command is
executed continuously.
12 Something Dialog SCSI Printer Unidentified error Check the connections and settings of the
printer and the Nemio system.
13 Printer Busy or Device Not Dialog SCSI Printer The SCSI device is not found. Check the connections and settings of the
Found printer and the Nemio system.
14 SCSI Printer Busy Dialog SCSI Printer The SCSI device does not Check the connections and settings of the
respond. printer and the Nemio system.
15 Invalid Parameter Dialog SCSI Printer Invalid parameter. Check the connections and settings of the
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printer and the Nemio system.


16 Sheet End Dialog SCSI Printer The printer ink sheet is used up. Supply an ink sheet.
17 Paper End Dialog SCSI Printer The printer is out of paper. Load the paper.
18 Paper Jam Dialog SCSI Printer A paper jam has occurred. Rectify the paper jam status.
19 Sheet Jam Dialog SCSI Printer An ink sheet jam has occurred. Set the ink sheet correctly.
20 Sheet Cassette Not Set Dialog SCSI Printer An ink sheet cassette is not Check the ink sheet cassette.
loaded.
21 Paper Sheet Illegal Dialog SCSI Printer The combination of the sheet Check the combination of the sheet
cassette and ink sheet is cassette and ink sheet.
incorrect.
22 Paper Cassette Not Set Dialog SCSI Printer A paper cassette is not loaded. Check the paper cassette.
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23 Paper Size Illegal Dialog SCSI Printer The paper size is incorrect. Check the paper.
24 Paper Tray Not Set Dialog SCSI Printer The paper tray is not installed. Check the paper tray.

No. 2D730-150E*B
25 OHP Reverse Dialog SCSI Printer The OHP sheet is reversed. Check the OHP sheet.
26 Heat Error Dialog SCSI Printer A high-temperature error has Power OFF the printer.
occurred.
No. Error message Classification Function Description Action
27 Dew Error Dialog SCSI Printer Condensation has occurred. Leave the printer to stand until the
condensation disappears.
28 Door Open Dialog SCSI Printer The printer door is open. Close the printer door.
29 Unusable Sheet Dialog SCSI Printer An ink sheet that cannot be Check the ink sheet.
used has been detected.
30 Sheet Cassette Illegal Dialog SCSI Printer An unacceptable ink sheet Check the ink sheet cassette.
cassette is loaded.
31 Printing Command SCSI Printer The SCSI printer is printing. Wait for printing to complete.
line
32 Reduce acoustic output power. Dialog TEE The temperature has increased Observe the TEE temperature and decide
Temperature can exceed limit. during use of the TEE whether to continue using it or not.
transducer.
33 Reduce acoustic output power. Dialog TEE The temperature has increased Observe the TEE temperature and decide
Temperature can exceed limit. during use of the TEE whether to continue using it or not.
System will freeze image. transducer.
Press "Override" switch to
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continue examination.
34 System has stopped ultrasound Dialog TEE The temperature has increased Turn the power OFF.
transmission. during use of the TEE
Approaching temperature limit. transducer.
35 Hazardous temperature can Dialog TEE The temperature has increased Turn the power OFF.
cause burn. during use of the TEE
transducer.
36 Freeze cancel possible. Dialog TEE The temperature has increased Observe the TEE temperature and decide
during use of the TEE whether to continue using it or not.
transducer.
37 Temperature over limit. Dialog TEE The temperature has increased Turn the power OFF.
System has stopped ultrasound during use of the TEE
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transmission. transducer.
Acoustic Cooling being

No. 2D730-150E*B
performed.
38 Shut down system immediately. Dialog TEE The temperature has increased Turn the power OFF.
during use of the TEE
transducer.
No. Error message Classification Function Description Action
39 Ready Dialog DMU The DMU has started up and is
ready for use (when the DMU is
connected).
40 CPatDataIf::Write Dialog Patient ID No internal ID is found. If the error persists even after rebooting,
uwInternalId ==0 registration report the situations and procedures that
Why!? cause the error to the factory.
41 an Access error has occurred. Dialog Patient ID Failure in outputting the patient If the error persists even after rebooting,
CPatDataIf::Write registration data file. report the situations and procedures that
PatientFileCtrl.Write()==Ret For debugging cause the error to the factory.
GetLastError()==ErrorCode Ret: Returned value
ErrorCode: Error code
42 an Access error has occurred. Dialog Patient ID Failure in outputting the LMP If the error persists even after rebooting,
CPatDataIf::Write registration data file. report the situations and procedures that
LmpFileCtrl.Write()==Ret For debugging cause the error to the factory.
GetLastError()==ErrorCode Ret: Returned value
ErrorCode: Error code
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43 an Access error has occurred. Dialog Patient ID Failure in outputting the If the error persists even after rebooting,
CPatDataIf::Write registration Comment 2 data file. report the situations and procedures that
CommonFileCtrl2.Write()==Ret For debugging cause the error to the factory.
GetLastError()==ErrorCode Ret: Returned value
ErrorCode: Error code
44 an Access error has occurred. Dialog Patient ID Failure in outputting the LMP If the error persists even after rebooting,
CPatDataIf::WriteEDD registration data file (when saving the EDD report the situations and procedures that
LmpFileCtrl.Write()==Ret data). cause the error to the factory.
GetLastError()==ErrorCode For debugging
Ret: Returned value
ErrorCode: Error code
45 an Access error has occurred. Dialog Patient ID Failure in deleting the patient If the error persists even after rebooting,
CPatDataIf::Delete registration data file. report the situations and procedures that
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PatientFileCtrl.Delete()==Ret For debugging cause the error to the factory.


GetLastError()==ErrorCode Ret: Returned value

No. 2D730-150E*B
ErrorCode: Error code
No. Error message Classification Function Description Action
46 an Access error has occurred. Dialog Patient ID Failure in deleting the LMP data If the error persists even after rebooting,
CPatDataIf::Delete registration file. report the situations and procedures that
LmpFileCtrl.Delete()==Ret For debugging cause the error to the factory.
GetLastError()==ErrorCode Ret: Returned value
ErrorCode: Error code
47 an Access error has occurred. Dialog Patient ID Failure in deleting the Comment If the error persists even after rebooting,
CPatDataIf::Delete registration 2 data file. report the situations and procedures that
CommentFileCtrl2.Delete()== For debugging cause the error to the factory.
Ret Ret: Returned value
GetLastError()==ErrorCode ErrorCode: Error code
48 an Access error has occurred. Dialog Patient ID Failure in reading the patient If the error persists even after rebooting,
CPatDataIf::Read registration data file. report the situations and procedures that
PatientFileCtrl.Read()==Ret For debugging cause the error to the factory.
GetLastError()==ErrorCode Ret: Returned value
ErrorCode: Error code
49 an Access error has occurred. Dialog Patient ID Failure in sequential reading of If the error persists even after rebooting,
CPatDataIf::SequentialRead registration the patient data file. report the situations and procedures that
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PatientFileCtrl.SequentialRead() For debugging cause the error to the factory.


==Ret Ret: Returned value
GetLastError()==ErrorCode ErrorCode: Error code
50 an Access error has occurred. Dialog Patient ID Failure in reading the LMP data If the error persists even after rebooting,
CPatDataIf::Read_sub registration file. report the situations and procedures that
LmpFileCtrl.Read()==Ret For debugging cause the error to the factory.
GetLastError()==ErrorCode Ret: Returned value
ErrorCode: Error code
51 an Access error has occurred. Dialog Patient ID Failure in reading the Comment If the error persists even after rebooting,
CPatDataIf::Read_sub registration 2 data file. report the situations and procedures that
CommentFileCtrl2.Read()==Ret For debugging cause the error to the factory.
GetLastError()==ErrorCode Ret: Returned value
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ErrorCode: Error code

No. 2D730-150E*B
No. Error message Classification Function Description Action
52 an Access error has occurred. Dialog Patient ID Failure in file deletion. If the error persists even after rebooting,
CPatDataIf::FileDelete registration For debugging report the situations and procedures that
DeleteFile(DelFileName)==0 DelFileName: File name to be cause the error to the factory.
GetLastError()==ErrorCode deleted
ErrorCode: Error code
53 an Access error has occurred. Dialog Patient ID Failure in fast sequential reading If the error persists even after rebooting,
CPatDataIf::FastSequentialRead registration of the patient data file. report the situations and procedures that
2 For debugging cause the error to the factory.
PatientFileCtrl.FastSequential Ret: Returned value
Read()==Ret ErrorCode: Error code
GetLastError()==ErrorCode
54 Flash Dialog Patient ID Failure in creating a temporary If the error persists even after rebooting,
Temp File Err registration file. report the situations and procedures that
ErrCode==Ret Ret: Returned value cause the error to the factory.
55 Flash Dialog Patient ID Failure in writing to flash If the error persists even after rebooting,
Flash Save Err registration memory. report the situations and procedures that
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ErrCode==Ret Ret: Returned value cause the error to the factory.


56 Flash Dialog Patient ID Failure in decompressing an If the error persists even after rebooting,
File Err registration archived file. report the situations and procedures that
ErrCode==Ret Ret: Returned value cause the error to the factory.
57 an Access error has occurred. Dialog Patient ID Failure in opening an archived If the error persists even after rebooting,
<< ArcFileName >> registration file. report the situations and procedures that
GetLastError()==ErrorCode For debugging cause the error to the factory.
ArcFileName: Archived file
name
ErrorCode: Error code
58 CreateHeadVersionInfo Dialog Patient ID The number of characters used If the error persists even after rebooting,
String Length Over registration in a unique name exceeds the report the situations and procedures that
specified value. cause the error to the factory.
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59 gUsGetSystemSWVer() Dialog Patient ID The number of characters used If the error persists even after rebooting,

No. 2D730-150E*B
String Length Over registration in a system version exceeds the report the situations and procedures that
specified value. cause the error to the factory.
60 gUsGetProductNo() Dialog Patient ID The number of characters used If the error persists even after rebooting,
String Length Over registration in a system name exceeds the report the situations and procedures that
specified value. cause the error to the factory.
No. Error message Classification Function Description Action
61 an Access error has occurred. Dialog Patient ID Failure in view switching. If the error persists even after rebooting,
pViewClass->IsDerivedFrom registration (A view matching the basic class report the situations and procedures that
(RUNTIME_CLASS(CView))== is not found.) cause the error to the factory.
FALSE For debugging
GetLastError()==ErrorCode ErrorCode: Error code
62 Change View Error Dialog Patient ID Failure in view switching. If the error persists even after rebooting,
registration (There is no active view.) report the situations and procedures that
cause the error to the factory.
63 Active view Change Error Dialog Patient ID Failure in acquiring the active If the error persists even after rebooting,
registration frame window. report the situations and procedures that
cause the error to the factory.
64 CMainFrame::SwitchViewMode Dialog Patient ID The system has failed in view If the error persists even after rebooting,
invailed wViewMode registration switching. report the situations and procedures that
(The value for wViewMode is cause the error to the factory.
invalid.)
65 Cannot create common Dialog Patient ID Failure in opening the shared If the error persists even after rebooting,
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resources. registration memories at one time. report the situations and procedures that
cause the error to the factory.
66 CPatientView::FileSave_IDView Dialog Patient ID Failure in writing to the patient If the error persists even after rebooting,
PatDataIf.Write()==Ret registration data file. report the situations and procedures that
Ret: Returned value cause the error to the factory.
67 CPatientView::FileSave_IDView Dialog Patient ID Failure in searching the input ID. If the error persists even after rebooting,
thePatListCtrl.PatIdSearch registration report the situations and procedures that
==FALSE cause the error to the factory.
68 CPatientView::OnKillfocus Dialog Patient ID A fatal error has occurred during If the error persists even after rebooting,
PatIdno registration ID searching. report the situations and procedures that
Edit thePatListCtrl.PatIdSearch cause the error to the factory.
ERR
69 PatOpen in CPatCtrl::PatInitial Dialog Patient ID Failure in opening the shared If the error persists even after rebooting,
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ERR registration memory. report the situations and procedures that


cause the error to the factory.

No. 2D730-150E*B
70 PatOpen in Dialog Patient ID Failure in opening the shared If the error persists even after rebooting,
CPatCtrl::PatRegistration registration memory. report the situations and procedures that
ERR cause the error to the factory.
No. Error message Classification Function Description Action
71 PatOpen in CPatCtrl::PatZoroInit Dialog Patient ID Failure in opening the shared If the error persists even after rebooting,
ERR registration memory. report the situations and procedures that
cause the error to the factory.
72 CPatDataCtrl::%CPatDataCtrl Dialog Patient ID The shared memory is not If the error persists even after rebooting,
PatDataCtrl Not Closed! registration closed. report the situations and procedures that
cause the error to the factory.
73 CPatDataCtrl::PatOpen Dialog Patient ID The shared memory is already If the error persists even after rebooting,
OPatDataCtrl Opened! registration open. report the situations and procedures that
cause the error to the factory.
74 CPatDataCtrl::?????? Dialog Patient ID Failure in opening the shared If the error persists even after rebooting,
PatDataCtrl Not Opened! registration memory. report the situations and procedures that
cause the error to the factory.
75 an Access error has occurred. Dialog Patient ID Failure in mapping the shared If the error persists even after rebooting,
CPatDataCtrl::PatOpen registration memory. report the situations and procedures that
MapViewOfFile()==NULL For debugging cause the error to the factory.
GetLastError()==ErrorCode ErrorCode: Error code
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76 an Access error has occurred. Dialog Patient ID Failure in opening the shared If the error persists even after rebooting,
CPatDataCtrl::PatOpen registration memory. report the situations and procedures that
CreateFileMapping()== For debugging cause the error to the factory.
hMFileMap, hMFileMap: Handle of the file
GetLastError()==ErrorCode mapping object
ErrorCode: Error code
77 an Access error has occurred. Dialog Patient ID Failure in unmapping the shared If the error persists even after rebooting,
CPatDataCtrl::PatClose registration memory. report the situations and procedures that
UnmapViewOfFile()==0 For debugging cause the error to the factory.
GetLastError()==ErrorCode ErrorCode: Error code
78 an Access error has occurred. Dialog Patient ID Failure in closing the shared If the error persists even after rebooting,
CPatDataCtrl::PatClose registration memory. report the situations and procedures that
CloseHandle()==0 For debugging cause the error to the factory.
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GetLastError()==ErrorCode ErrorCode: Error code


79 an Access error has occurred. Dialog Patient ID Failure in writing to the patient If the error persists even after rebooting,

No. 2D730-150E*B
CPatListCtrl::CurentSave_ registration data file. report the situations and procedures that
GetInternalId For debugging cause the error to the factory.
PatDataIf.WriteEDD() == Ret Ret: Returned value
GetLastError()==ErrorCode ErrorCode: Error code
No. Error message Classification Function Description Action
80 CPatListCtrl::CurentSave_ Dialog Patient ID An internal ID is unexpectedly If the error persists even after rebooting,
GetInternalId registration found for a new registration. report the situations and procedures that
NANNDEKOKONIKURUNO? cause the error to the factory.
81 PatListCtrl::CurentSave_ Dialog Patient ID No internal ID is found. If the error persists even after rebooting,
GetInternalId registration report the situations and procedures that
YAPPARI NAIBU ID GA NAI cause the error to the factory.
82 an Access error has occurred. Dialog Patient ID Failure in writing to the patient If the error persists even after rebooting,
CPatListCtrl::CurentSave_ registration data file. report the situations and procedures that
GetInternalId For debugging cause the error to the factory.
PatDataIf.Write() == Ret Ret: Returned value
GetLastError()==ErrorCode ErrorCode: Error code
83 NO ID Dialog Patient ID No ID has been entered. Register the ID.
registration
84 ID FULL Dialog Patient ID The number of registered patient Delete some of the registered IDs.
registration IDs has reached the maximum.
85 an Access error has occurred. Dialog Report Access error message If the error persists even after rebooting,
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function report the situations and procedures that


cause the error to the factory.
86 an Access (Patient ID) error has Dialog Report Failure in data acquisition. If the error persists even after rebooting,
occurred. function report the situations and procedures that
cause the error to the factory.
87 an Access (Caliper Data) error Dialog Report Failure in saving the data. If the error persists even after rebooting,
has occurred. function report the situations and procedures that
cause the error to the factory.
88 a Program error has occurred. Dialog Report Illegal designation for saving If the error persists even after rebooting,
function found. report the situations and procedures that
cause the error to the factory.
89 Data Full. Dialog Report No more measurement data can Delete some of the measurement data.
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function be added (maximum 18).


90 No Patient ID has been given. Dialog Report No patient ID has been entered. Enter the patient ID.

No. 2D730-150E*B
function
91 No LMP has been given. Dialog Report No LMP has been entered. Enter the LMP.
function
No. Error message Classification Function Description Action
92 ID FULL Dialog Report No more patient data can be Delete some of the patient information.
function added (maximum 300).
93 NoID!! Trend graph Report No patient ID has been entered. Enter the patient ID.
function
94 NoDGA!! Trend graph Report No LMP or patient ID has been Enter the LMP.
function entered.
95 NoData!! Trend graph Report No plot data is available. Enter the data to be displayed correctly.
function
96 View Change Error AfxMessage Report Failure in view switching. If the error persists even after rebooting,
Box function For debugging report the situations and procedures that
cause the error to the factory.
97 [MainFrame] Unexpected Msg AfxMessage Report An illegal measurement title ID If the error persists even after rebooting,
has been received. Box function has been specified. report the situations and procedures that
wParam:XXXXXXXX For debugging cause the error to the factory.
IParam:XXXXXXXX
98 Active view Change Error AfxMessage Report Failure in acquiring the active If the error persists even after rebooting,
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Box function frame window. report the situations and procedures that
For debugging cause the error to the factory.
99 DMU shutdown error. Caution DMU When the DMU is connected, Check the connections and settings.
System is turned off in 5 screen the shutdown notification sent to
minutes. the DMU has resulted in an
response error. The system will
turn OFF automatically 5
minutes after this message is
displayed.
100 ABRT COM Status DMU Communication NAK retry error. Check the connections and settings.
indicator at (This message is displayed only
the bottom when preset.)
left of the This message is displayed for
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screen the alpha protocol only.

No. 2D730-150E*B
No. Error message Classification Function Description Action
101 TIME OUT Status DMU Communication timeout error. Check the connections and settings.
indicator at (This message is displayed only
the bottom when preset.)
left of the This message is displayed for
screen the alpha protocol only.
102 SYSC: SDRAM Read Error log Test program File read/write error in the Replace the SYSC and check that the
/Write Error SDRAM on the SYSC error does not occur.
103 SYSC: SRAM Read/Write Error Error log Test program File read/write error in the Replace the SYSC and check that the
SRAM on the SYSC error does not occur.
104 SYSC: RTC function Error Error log Test program Function error in the real time Replace the SYSC and check that the
clock on the SYSC error does not occur.
105 SYSC: UFC ASIC Register Error log Test program Register read/write error in the Replace the SYSC and check that the
Error UFC ASIC on the SYSC error does not occur.
106 SYSC: LAN Controller Register Error log Test program Register read/write error in the Replace the SYSC and check that the
Error LAN controller on the SYSC error does not occur.
107 SYSC: SCSI Controller Error log Test program Register read/write error in the Replace the SYSC and check that the
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Register Error SCSI controller on the SYSC error does not occur.
108 SYSC: Flash ROM Read Error Error log Test program Sum check error in the Flash Replace the SYSC and check that the
ROM on the SYSC error does not occur.
109 SYSC: I/O Port Error Error log Test program I/O port read error Replace the SYSC and check that the
error does not occur. If the error persists,
check whether the PSEL, PCNT, RXBFB,
and SUBC boards are installed. If all of
these PWBs are installed, check whether
data is written in the EEPROM.
110 CFPR: SDRC U14, U19 Error Error log Test program Error in the SDRC on the CFPR Replace the CFPR and check that the
error does not occur.
111 CFPR: Noise Cut FPGA U38 Error log Test program Error in the noise cut FPGA on Replace the CFPR and check that the
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Error the CFPR error does not occur.


112 CFPR: CFP2 ASIC U20 Error Error log Test program Error in the CFP2 ASIC on the Replace the CFPR and check that the

No. 2D730-150E*B
CFPR error does not occur.
113 CFPR: Buffer Memory Error Error log Test program Error in the buffer memory on Replace the CFPR and check that the
the CFPR error does not occur.
No. Error message Classification Function Description Action
114 CFPR: LUT RAM U4 Error Error log Test program Error in the lookup table RAM on Replace the CFPR and check that the
the CFPR error does not occur.
115 CFPR: Noise Cut FPGA RAM Error log Test program Error in the noise cut FPGA Replace the CFPR and check that the
Error RAM on the CFPR error does not occur.
116 CFPR: CMEM(V)63 Read/Write Error log Test program Read/write error in the Replace the CMEM on the CFPR and
Error CMEM(V)63 check that the error does not occur.
117 CFPR: CMEM(V)255 Error log Test program Read/write error in the Replace the CMEM on the CFPR and
Read/Write Error CMEM(V)255 check that the error does not occur.
118 CFPR: CMEM(TP)63 Error log Test program Read/write error in the Replace the CMEM on the CFPR and
Read/Write Error CMEM(TP)63 check that the error does not occur.
119 CFPR: CMEM(TP)255 Error log Test program Read/write error in the Replace the CMEM on the CFPR and
Read/Write Error CMEM(TP)255 check that the error does not occur.
120 CFPR: CMEM(Mc) Read/Write Error log Test program Read/write error in the Replace the CFPR and check that the
Error CMEM(Mc) on the CFPR error does not occur.
121 CFPR: BWPR (BWPR to Error log Test program Error in checking the path from Replace the BWPR and check that the
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ECDC) the BWPR to ECDC error does not occur. If the error persists,
replace the ECDC.
122 CFPR: CFPR (CFPR to ECDC) Error log Test program Error in checking the path from Replace the CFPR and check that the
the CFPR to ECDC error does not occur. If the error persists,
replace the ECDC.
123 CFPR: ECDC Error (BWPR & Error log Test program Error in checking the path from Replace the ECDC and check that the
CFPR to ECDC) the BWPR and CFPR to the error does not occur. If the error persists,
ECDC replace the BWPR and CFPR.
124 CFPR: ECDC or BWPR Error Error log Test program Error in checking the path from Replace the BWPR, CFPR, or ECDC and
the BWPR and CFPR to the check that the error does not occur.
ECDC
125 BWPR: CMEM(M) Read/Write Error log Test program Read/write error in the CMEM Replace the BWPR and check that the
Error on the BWPR error does not occur.
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126 BWPR: CMEM(B)63 Read/Write Error log Test program Read/write error in the Replace the CMEM(B) on the BWPR and

No. 2D730-150E*B
Error CMEM(B)63 check that the error does not occur.
127 BWPR: CMEM(B)255 Error log Test program Read/write error in the Replace the CMEM(B) on the BWPR and
Read/Write Error CMEM(B)255 check that the error does not occur.
No. Error message Classification Function Description Action
128 BWPR: BWPR (BWPR to Error log Test program Error in checking the path from Replace the BWPR and check that the
ECDC) the BWPR to ECDC error does not occur. If the error persists,
replace the ECDC.
129 BWPR: CFPR (CFPR to ECDC) Error log Test program Error in checking the path from Replace the CFPR and check that the
the CFPR to ECDC error does not occur. If the error persists,
replace the ECDC.
130 BWPR: ECDC Error (BWPR & Error log Test program Error in checking the path from Replace the ECDC and check that the
CFPR to ECDC) the BWPR and CFPR to the error does not occur. If the error persists,
ECDC replace the BWPR and CFPR.
131 BWPR: ECDC or BWPR Error Error log Test program Error in checking the path from Replace the BWPR and CFPR or replace
the BWPR and CFPR to the the ECDC and check that the error does
ECDC not occur.
132 BWPR: Calibration Error Error log Test program Calibration error in the BWPR Replace the BWPR and check that the
0xXXXX (HEX error does not occur.
representation of
CALIB_ERRORL value)
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133 DPPR: DSP Program Hang Up Error log Test program The DSP on the DPPR is not Replace the DPPR and check that the
working. error does not occur.
134 DPPR: DSP Program Loading Error log Test program The DSP program on the DPPR Replace the DPPR and check that the
Error cannot be loaded. error does not occur.
135 DPPR: DSP Program Init Error Error log Test program The DSP program on the DPPR Replace the DPPR and check that the
cannot be initialized. error does not occur.
136 DPPR: CMEM(D) Read/Write Error log Test program Read/write error in the Replace the DPPR and check that the
Error CMEM(D) on the DPPR error does not occur.
137 ECDC: BWPR (BWPR to Error log Test program Error in checking the path from Replace the BWPR and check that the
ECDC) the BWPR to ECDC error does not occur. If the error persists,
replace the ECDC.
138 ECDC: CFPR (CFPR to ECDC) Error log Test program Error in checking the path from Replace the CFPR and check that the
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the CFPR to ECDC error does not occur. If the error persists,
replace the ECDC.

No. 2D730-150E*B
139 ECDC: ECDC Error (BWPR & Error log Test program Error in checking the path from Replace the ECDC and check that the
CFPR to ECDC) the BWPR and CFPR to the error does not occur. If the error persists,
ECDC replace the BWPR and CFPR.
No. Error message Classification Function Description Action
140 ECDC: ECDC or BWPR Error Error log Test program Error in checking the path from Replace the BWPR and CFPR or replace
the BWPR and CFPR to the the ECDC and check that the error does
ECDC not occur.
141 ECDC: SDRAM Read/Write Error log Test program Read/write error in the SDRAM Replace the ECDC and check that the
Error on the ECDC error does not occur.
*1
142 : Txview Error 0x *2 (PID = *3) Error log Test program Error in checking the path from Replace the TXBF, PAMP, CWRX, RX64,
the TXBF and PAMP to the and RXBF. If the error persists, replace
RXBF the transducer and check again.
(*1: Name of the board that has
invoked the processing, *2:
Channel in which the error has
occurred, *3: ID of the
transducer used in the test)
143 RXBF A: Register Read/Write Error log Test program Register read/write error on the Replace the RXBF A and check that the
Error RXBF A error does not occur.
144 RXBF B: Register Read/Write Error log Test program Register read/write error on the Replace the RXBF B and check that the
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Error RXBF B error does not occur.


145 RXBF B: EEPROM Checksum Error log Test program I/O port read error Check whether the RXBF B board is
Error installed. If the board is installed
correctly, no data is written in the
EEPROM or the EEPROM is defective.
146 SUBC: EEPROM Checksum Error log Test program I/O port read error Check whether the SUBC board is
Error installed. If the board is installed
correctly, no data is written in the
EEPROM or the EEPROM is defective.
147 SUBC: RACS Run Error Error log Test program Error in the operation of the local Replace the SUBC and check that the
CPU on the SUBC error does not occur.
148 PSEL: EEPROM Checksum Error log Test program I/O port read error Check whether the PSEL board is
Error installed. If the board is installed
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correctly, no data is written in the


EEPROM or the EEPROM is defective.

No. 2D730-150E*B
No. Error message Classification Function Description Action
149 PCNT: EEPROM Checksum Error log Test program I/O port read error Check whether the PCNT board is
Error installed. If the board is installed
correctly, no data is written in the
EEPROM or the EEPROM is defective.
150 TEE: Hazardous temperature Error log TEE The specified temperature limit Observe the TEE temperature and decide
can cause burn. has been exceeded during use whether to continue using it or not.
of the TEE transducer.
151 TEE: Temperature over limit. Error log TEE The specified temperature limit Turn the power OFF.
has been exceeded during use
of the TEE transducer.
152 TEE: Shut down system Error log TEE The specified temperature limit Turn the power OFF.
immediately. has been exceeded during use
of the TEE transducer.
153 Standard 5 V Low Error! Error log Test program Failure in calibration of the Replace the RGLT and check that the
reference voltage for voltage error does not occur.
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monitoring
154 Standard 5 V High Error! Error log Test program Failure in calibration of the Replace the RGLT and check that the
reference voltage for voltage error does not occur.
monitoring
155 Upper Voltage Error! Error log Test program The voltage is above the Replace the RGLT and check that the
specified upper limit. error does not occur. If the error persists
for HV+155V/HV-37V, replace the PSEL,
PCNT, PAMP, and STRX. If the error
persists for A+BV, replace the PSEL,
PCNT, PAMP, and TXBF.
156 Lower Voltage Error! Error log Test program The voltage is below the Replace the RGLT and check that the
specified lower limit. error does not occur. If the error persists
for HV+155V/HV-37V, replace the PSEL,
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PCNT, PAMP, and STRX. If the error


persists for A+BV, replace the PSEL,

No. 2D730-150E*B
PCNT, PAMP, and TXBF.
157 One Lamp Error! Error log Test program One of the lamps below the Replace the dead lamp below the monitor
monitor is dead. and check that the error does not occur.
No. Error message Classification Function Description Action
158 Two Lamps or Connection Error! Error log Test program Two lamps below the monitor Check whether the lamp switch below the
are dead, or the lamp switch is monitor is turned ON. If the lamps do not
OFF. light even though the switch is ON,
replace the two lamps.
159 Measurement Error! Error log Test program Failure in voltage measurement Replace the RGLT and check that the
error does not occur.
160 Temperature Error! Error log Test program Temperature within the Nemio Take proper measures to decrease the
system is too high. temperature within the Nemio system and
then check that the error does not occur.
If the error persists, replace the RGLT.
161 Operation Error Status Measurement An invalid operation is Depends on the operating conditions.
display at the performed during the
bottom left of measurement.
the screen Case 1: A measurement
available only during
freezing is selected in
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live mode (automatic


measurements are
included).
⇒ The error is displayed when Freeze the image and then perform
the measurement start measurement.
conditions are not met for
VelTrace (Auto), 2D-Profile,
Histogram, VelHist,
ColorVelocity, ColorProfile,
TIC, ACM, etc.

Case 2: An optional
measurement is
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selected when the


corresponding optional

No. 2D730-150E*B
software is not
installed.
⇒ TIC, ACM Install the corresponding optional
software.
No. Error message Classification Function Description Action
161 Case 3: The [Start] switch for
TIC measurement is
selected during Cine
Review.
⇒ TIC Terminate Cine Review and make the
measurement active.
Case 4: The [Start] switch is
selected for a
measurement other
than TIC.
⇒ TIC The [Start] switch is enabled only in TIC
measurement.
Case 5: The [Copy] switch is
selected for an ROI
when the next ROI
already exists.
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⇒ TIC The ROI for the current channel cannot be


copied to the next channel if the
calculation for the next channel has been
completed. Delete the data for the next
channel and then copy the ROI.
162 Measure Error Status Measurement An invalid operation is
display at the performed during the
bottom left of measurement.
the screen
Case 1: The system failed to
obtain the intensity
data in a measurement
that requires the
acquisition of intensity
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data.
⇒ 2D-Profile, Histogram,

No. 2D730-150E*B
Perform measurement for the area with
VelHist, ColorVelocity, the intensity data.
ColorProfile, TIC, ACM
No. Error message Classification Function Description Action
163 Confirm ROI Status Measurement An invalid operation is
display at the performed during the
bottom left of measurement.
the screen
Case 1: An ROI is set on a non- Set the ROI on the active image and then
active image and the start measurement.
[Start] switch is
selected in the TIC
measurement.
⇒ TIC
164 File will be deleted. Dialog Measurement Confirmation message to be Perform operation as desired according to
Are you sure? Registration displayed when "Delete" is the message (select [OK] to proceed or
selected in the Measurement select [Cancel]).
Registration initial screen
165 All files will be deleted. Dialog Measurement Confirmation message to be Perform operation as desired according to
Are you sure? Registration displayed when "All Clear" is the message (select [OK] to proceed or
selected in the Measurement select [Cancel]).
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Registration initial screen


166 Item will be deleted. Dialog Measurement Confirmation message to be Perform operation as desired according to
Are you sure? Registration displayed when "Delete" is the message (select [OK] to proceed or
selected in the Measurement select [Cancel]).
Registration screen
(Measurement Item or
Calculation Item tab)
167 LV Type? Dialog Measurement Confirmation message to be Perform operation as desired according to
Registration displayed when "Parallel" or the message (select [OK] to add Distance
"M-Distance" is selected and of level 1, select [Cancel] not to add
[OK] is pressed in the Distance of level 1).
Measurement Item Setting
dialog
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168 No file is selected. Dialog Measurement [OK] is pressed in the Select a file and then press [OK], or select
Registration Measurement List dialog with no [Cancel].

No. 2D730-150E*B
file selected.
No. Error message Classification Function Description Action
169 Name is empty. Dialog Measurement 1) [OK] is pressed in the Enter a character string in the Name field,
Registration Measurement Registration or select [Cancel].
screen with no character
string entered for "Name".
2) [OK] is pressed in the
Measurement Item Setting
dialog with no character
string entered for "Name".
3) [OK] is pressed in the
Calculation Regist dialog
with no character string
entered for "Name".
170 Unit is empty Dialog Measurement [OK] is pressed in the Select "Unit" and enter the unit in the Unit
Registration Calculation Regist dialog with no dialog, or select [Cancel].
unit specified.
171 The number of Measure Label Dialog Measurement When [OK] is pressed in the Change the setting so that the total
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must be under 32. Registration Measurement Item Setting number of measurement labels is 32 or
dialog, the sum of the number of less and then retry.
currently registered
measurement labels and the
number of labels to be
registered exceeds 32.
172 The number of Measure Item Dialog Measurement When "Parallel" or "M-Distance" Change the setting so that the total
must be under 12. Registration is selected and [OK] is pressed number of measurement items is 12 or
in the Measurement Item Setting less and then retry.
dialog and then LV Type is
selected (Distance of level 1 is
added), the sum of the number
of currently registered
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measurement items and the


number of items to be registered

No. 2D730-150E*B
exceeds 12.
No. Error message Classification Function Description Action
173 Syntax Error Dialog Measurement [OK] is pressed in the Correct the formula.
Registration Calculation Regist dialog with
incorrect syntax included in the
edited formula.
174 Rename file, please. Dialog Measurement 1) A file name identical to the In the File dialog displayed after this
Registration one selected in the Copy, dialog is closed, specify a file name that is
Upload, or Sample Copy not the same as any switch name.
operation exists in the
registration information
management file.
2) An identical file name exists
in the registration information
management file even after
the file is renamed in case 1)
or a file name is edited in the
"Add" operation.
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175 Error: Manage File (Read) All Dialog Measurement An abnormality is detected while For debugging
files will be deleted. Registration reading the registration
information management file.
(This should not occur in normal
operation. Only the message is
displayed. All of the files are
deleted because the subsequent
operation cannot be ensured.)
176 Error: (the cause of the error, Dialog Measurement An error is detected in the file If this error message is displayed while
file name (with path), and Registration validity check after "Add" or uploading a file edited using an off-line
line number of the error in "Modify" processing or when tool, check whether or not the file contents
the file are displayed) "Upload" is executed. are correct.
If the message is displayed after "Add" or
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"Modify" processing, the software is


abnormal.

No. 2D730-150E*B
No. Error message Classification Function Description Action
177 Error: (the cause of the error is Dialog Measurement File open error or write error For debugging
displayed) Registration during editing of the registration
information management file.
(This should not occur in normal
operation. Only the message is
displayed.)
178 Access Error Dialog Measurement The system failed to access the Check whether the media and the drive
Registration MOD or FDD in the Upload or are normal.
Save operation.
179 No unit is selected. Dialog Measurement [OK] is pressed with no unit Select the unit and then select [OK], or
Registration specified in the Unit dialog. select [Cancel].

180 File update? Dialog Measurement Confirmation message to be Perform operation as desired according to
Registration displayed when a file is the message (select [OK] to proceed or
registered to an existing switch select [Cancel]).
in the Sample Copy or Update
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operation.
181 No label is registered. Dialog Measurement 1) In the Measurement item Register a label and then select [OK], or
Registration Setting dialog, [OK] is select [Cancel].
pressed when no labels are
registered.
2) In the Measurement
Registration screen, [OK] is
pressed when no
measurement labels or
calculation labels are
registered.
182 No item is registered. Dialog Measurement In the Measurement Registration Register an item and then select [OK], or
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Registration screen, [OK] is pressed when no select [Cancel].


measurement items are

No. 2D730-150E*B
registered.
No. Error message Classification Function Description Action
183 Error!! Switch list Measurement If an error is detected in a Delete the abnormal file (otherwise, this
Registration registered file in the validity message is displayed every time reading
check during reading of all files of all files is performed). Proper operation
(for example, at the time of list cannot be ensured if measurement is
updating), this message is started without taking the appropriate
displayed in the "Name" field for measures.
the corresponding switch in the
Measurement Registration initial
screen (switch list).
184 Calibration Error Dialog Calibration This message indicates that an Restart the power supply and confirm that
error has occurred in the the error message is not displayed. If the
calibration that is performed error reoccurs, replace the BWPR and
once a day when the power check it.
supply is started.
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No. 2D730-150E*B