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Copyright Copyright © 2010 Ziehm Imaging GmbH All rights reserved. Transmission or reproduction of this document, exploitation and disclosure of its contents to third persons is not permitted without express written consent of the manufacturer. Infringements shall entitle to damage claims.

Registered Trademarks This document may contain the names of registered trademarks or brands, the use of which by third persons for their purposes may infringe the rights of their respective owners.

Quality Standards This document was produced in accordance with a certified QM system as per DIN EN ISO 13485. It conforms to the requirements of Council Directive 93/42 EEC, Annex I, and other applicable norms. The information provided in this document may be updated at regular intervals. Subject to change without prior notice.

Manufactured by:

Ziehm Imaging GmbH Donaustr. 31 90451 Nuremberg (Germany) e-mail: info@ziehm-eu.com http://www.ziehm.com

Rev. 09/03/2010

With the Ziehm Vista, Ziehm Vista Plus, Ziehm 8000 and the Ziehm Compact, Ziehm Imag-

With the Ziehm Vista, Ziehm Vista Plus, Ziehm 8000 and the Ziehm Compact, Ziehm Imag- Preface ing GmbH provides an active medical device connected to the mains power supply. The above listed medical devices are non-contact devices. They do not require any contact with the patient to perform its intended use. They provide contactless energy in the form of X- rays.

Ziehm Imaging GmbH authorizes only trained and skilled personnel to operate this medical device. The system is intended for use by health care professionals such as physicians, orthopedic surgeons, surgeons, radiologists and technologists in hospitals, outpatient clin- ics and other clinical environments. Ziehm Imaging GmbH anticipates the system will be used on a nearly daily basis. Ziehm Imaging GmbH applications specialists and/or qualified site personnel provide on-site operator training in the proper use of the system.

The medical equipment is intended for fluoroscopies in the field of surgery, e.g. in

To ensure CE conformity, these components must have a CE approval in accordance with

Normal use

traumatology, orthopedics, neurosurgery, urology, cardiology. Third-party devices and

(Ziehm 8000)

components used in combination with this system must comply with the safety requirements according to IEC 60601-1 and/or IEC 60601-1-1 or furnish proof of an equivalent degree of safety.

Council Directive 93/42/EEC. In addition, a declaration in compliance with Article 12 of the said directive must be provided.

For components without CE approval, a conformity assessment procedure is obligatory.

Proper and safe operation of the system requires adequate transportation, storage, assembly and installation as well as appropriate use and maintenance.

The limit values indicated in the present document must not be exceeded; this applies also when putting the system into service.

The system is not suitable for interventional procedures acc. to IEC 60601-2-43.

The medical equipment is intended for fluoroscopies in the field of surgery, e.g. in trauma- tology, orthopedics, neurology, urology, cardiology. Third-party devices and components used in combination with this system must comply with the safety requirements according to IEC 60601-1 and/or IEC 60601-1-1 or furnish proof of an equivalent degree of safety.

Intended use (Ziehm Vista product family, Ziehm Compact)

To ensure CE conformity, these components must have a CE approval in accordance with Council Directive 93/42/EEC. In addition, a declaration in compliance with Article 12 of the said directive must be provided.

For components without CE approval, a conformity assessment procedure is obligatory.

Proper and safe operation of the system requires adequate transportation, storage, assem- bly and installation as well as appropriate use and maintenance.

The limiting values indicated in the present document must not be exceeded; this applies also when putting the system into service.

Operation The system may only be operated by pers onnel who has undergone radiological training.

Operation

The system may only be operated by personnel who has undergone radiological training.

Operation (U.S.A.)

In the U.S.A., Federal law restricts use of this device to trained personnel on the order of a physician.

Ziehm Vista product family

The Ziehm Vista product family comprises the following models: Ziehm Vista (not available in the USA) and Ziehm Vista Plus (available only in the USA). Unless stated otherwise, all information given here for the Ziehm Vista also refers to the Ziehm Vista Plus.

Ziehm 8000 product family

The Ziehm 8000 product family comprises the following models: Ziehm 8000, Ziehm Com- pact, Ziehm Compact Litho, Ziehm Exposcop 8000.

Ziehm Vista Workstation option

The PC Workstation is intended for viewing and postprocessing DICOM images with the “e-Film” program. In addition, any software can be installed and used on it under the sole responsibility of the user. The PC Workstation is not a functional part of the medical equipment and does not influence its functions in any way.

Authorized personnel

Only authorized personnel are allowed to assemble and repair the medical equipment described in this document. Authorized personnel are persons who have attended an appropriate training course provided by the manufacturer.

Contraindications to the use of X-rays

The exposure of humans to ionizing radiation must always be medically justified. Especially when used on pregnant women, adolescents, children, and pediatric patients, all procedures using ionizing radiation should be used with caution or be avoided altogether. However, the final decision lies with the attending physician or attending surgeon.

Exclusion of liability

The manufacturer accepts responsibility for the safety, reliability and performance of the system only if

any installation, modification or repair work is carried out exclusively by persons autho- rized by the manufacturer;

the electrical installation of the site where the system is operated complies with the requirements of VDE 0107 or the corresponding national regulations of the country of installation;

only original spare parts or components that comply with Ziehm Imaging’s specifica- tions are used;

the system is used in accordance with the Operating Instructions.

Ziehm Vista Workstation option:

the PC hardware is an integrated part of the system and is not altered. The responsi- bility for the installed software lies with the corresponding software suppliers.

software lies with the corresponding software suppliers. The warranty becomes invalid in case that any repair,

The warranty becomes invalid in case that any repair, modification or installation work is carried out by unauthorized personnel, or any seals on components are broken. No conse- quential damages will be accepted either.

The equipment conforms to Class IIb according to Council Directive 93/42/EEC.

This document has been written and reviewed originally in English.

0 Classification Mobile Stand/ Monitor Cart

22

No

Chapter

Mobile Stand

Monitor Cart

 

1

Warnings and Important Information

 

2

General

 

3

Mobile Stand Connections

 
 

4

Power Supply Mobile Stand

 
 

5

Module 2

 
 

6

Module 3

 
 

7

Image Intensifier

 
 

8

X-ray Generator

 
 

9

Vision Track

 
 

10

Keyboards Mobile Stand and Monitor Cart

 

11

Monitor Cart General & Wiring

 

 

12

Video Documentation

 

 

13

Monitors

 

 

14

Power Supply Monitor Cart

 

 

15

Image Memory System

 

 

16

DICOM Configuration

 

 

17

DICOM Conformance Statement

 

 

18

Software Tools

 

19

Adjustment Instructions

 

20

Error Messages

 

21

Active Cooling system

 
 

22

Maintenance Schedule

 

23

Index

   
 

24

DIN A3 Drawings

0 Classification Mobile Stand/Monitor Cart

0 Classification Mobile Stand/Monitor Cart

Table of Contents

0 Classification Mobile Stand/Monitor Cart

0-1

Table of Contents

i

1 Warnings and Important Information

1-1

1.1 Safety Instructions

1-1

1.2 Warnings

1-2

1.3 Required tests after service

1-2

2 General

2-1

2.1 Mobile Stand System Overview

2-1

2.2 Detailed Overview with U501

2-2

2.3 Detailed Overview with Module 3

2-3

2.4 Overview Ziehm 8000 Mobile Stand

2-4

2.5 Block Diagram with U501

2-5

2.6 Block Diagram with Module 3

2-6

2.7 Power Distribution Overview with U501

2-7

2.8 Power Distribution Overview with Module 3

2-8

2.9 Board Overview with U501

2-9

2.10 Board Overview with Module 3

2-10

2.11 Board Numbers

2-11

2.12 Numbers of CAN Modules with U501

2-13

2.13 Numbers of CAN Modules with Module 3

2-13

2.14 CAN Bus Distribution in the C-Arm Stand with U501

2-14

2.15 CAN Bus Distribution in the C-Arm Stand with Module 3

2-15

2.16 Video Distribution in the C-Arm Stand

2-16

2.17 Video Distribution in the C-Arm Stand

2-17

2.18 Regulation Loops

2-18

2.19 Technical Data

2-19

2.19.1 Ziehm Vista and Ziehm Vista Workstation

2-19

2.19.2 Ziehm Vista Plus (USA)

2-22

2.19.3 Ziehm 8000, Ziehm Compact and Ziehm Compact with adapter for lithotripter procedures

2-24

2.19.4 General technical data

2-24

2.19.4.1 Systems with a voltage rating of 100 V, 120 V, 200 V

2-26

2.19.4.2 Systems with a voltage rating of 220 V, 230 V, 240 V

2-29

2.19.5 Power plug specification

2-31

2.19.5.1 Systems with a voltage rating of 120 V

2-31

2.19.5.2 Systems with a voltage rating of 230 V

2-31

2.19.6 Laser positioning device

2-32

2.19.7 Dose meter

2-33

2.19.7.1

VacuDAP

2-33

2.19.7.2

VacuDAP 2002

2-34

2.19.7.3

VacuDAP duo

2-35

2.19.8 Air kerma

2-36

2.19.9 Focal spot position

2-37

2.19.10 Dimensions

2-38

3 Mobile Stand Connections   3-1 3.1 XP0 Cable 3-1 3.1.1 Connectors 3-1 3.1.2 Wiring

3 Mobile Stand Connections

 

3-1

3.1 XP0 Cable

3-1

3.1.1

Connectors

3-1

3.1.2

Wiring

3-2

3.2 C-Arm Wiring Diagram

 

3-3

3.3 CAN Connector

3-4

3.4 Grounds Overview

3-5

3.5 Hand Switch & CAN Bus Interface Wiring

3-6

3.6 Foot Switch Wiring

 

3-7

3.7 Four-Pedal Foot Switch

3-8

3.8 Module 1

3-9

3.8.1 Main connector

3-9

3.8.2 U333 connectors

3-10

3.9 Module 2

3-16

3.9.1

Connector X60

3-16

3.9.2

Connector X81

3-16

3.9.3

Connector X62

3-17

3.9.4

Connector X83

3-17

3.9.5

Connector X84

3-17

3.9.6

Connectors X70, X71, X72, X73

3-18

3.9.7

Connector X74

3-18

3.10 Module 3 / U501

 

3-19

3.10.1

U180 connector X17 / U501 connector X17

3-19

3.10.2

U180 connector X9 / U501 connector X9

3-19

3.10.3

U180 connector X5

3-19

3.10.4

U180 connector X12 / U501 connector X12

3-20

3.10.5

U321 connectors X7, X3 / U501 connectors X7, X3

3-20

3.11 Module 4

3-21

3.11.1

Link connector C-arm – i.i. housing

3-21

3.11.2

U316 connector X9

3-22

3.11.3

U316 connector X11

3-22

3.12 Module 5

3-23

3.12.1

Signals and voltages on U185 generator filter

3-23

4 Power Supply

4-1

4.1 Trafoblech View

 

4-1

4.2 Module 1 Assembly

4-3

4.3 Block Diagram

4-4

4.4 U333 Board versions

4-5

4.5 Wiring Diagram with U333f

4-6

4.6 Wiring Diagram with U333g

4-7

4.7 Functional Diagram with U333f

4-8

4.8 Functional Diagram with U333g

4-9

4.9 Circuit Description

 

4-10

4.9.1

Power-up circuit

4-10

4.9.2

Output switching circuit

4-11

4.9.3

Lifting motor control circuit

4-11

4.10 U333

4-13

4.10.1

U333f

4-13

4.10.1.1

U333f board view

4-13

4.10.1.2

U333f board layout

4-14

4.10.1.3

U333f schematic power ON/OFF

4-15

4.10.1.4

U333f schematic lift motor control

4-16

  4.10.1.5 U333f schematic power swit ching 4-17 4.10.1.6 U333f schematic BG1 & BG2 4-18
 

4.10.1.5

U333f schematic power switching

4-17

4.10.1.6

U333f schematic BG1 & BG2

4-18

 

4.10.2

U333g

4-19

 

4.10.2.1 U333g board view

4-19

4.10.2.2 U333g board layout

4-20

4.10.2.3 U333g schematic power ON/OFF

4-21

4.10.2.4 U333g schematic lift motor control

4-22

4.10.2.5 U333g schematic power switching

4-23

4.10.2.6 U333g schematic BG1 & BG2

4-24

 

4.10.3

U333 jumper settings

4-25

4.11 U80 (Horn)

 

4-26

4.11.1

U80 schematic

4-26

4.12 U468 (BG1)

 

4-27

4.12.1 U468 layout

4-27

4.12.2 U468 schematic

4-28

4.13 U437 (VacuDAP Connection)

4-29

4.13.1 U437 schematic

4-29

4.13.2 U437 function

 

4-29

4.14 U424 (BG2, Pump Switching)

4-30

4.14.1 U424 schematic

4-30

4.14.2 U424 function

 

4-30

4.15 Module 1 Fuses

4-31

4.15.1 Transformer fuses

4-31

4.15.2 Fuses on U333

4-31

4.15.3 Fuses on chassis

4-31

5

Module 2

5-1

5.1 Module 2 19" Rack Description

5-1

5.1.1 General

 

5-1

5.1.2 Module view

5-1

5.2 Module 2 Overview

5-2

5.3 Module 2 Inputs and Outputs

5-3

5.4 Block Diagrams

 

5-4

5.4.1 U325 block diagram

5-4

5.4.2 U325 functional description

5-5

5.4.3 U326 block diagram

5-6

5.4.4 U326 functional description

5-7

5.4.5 U328 block diagram

5-8

5.4.6 U328 functional description

5-9

5.4.7 U334 block diagram

5-10

5.4.8 U334 functional description

5-11

5.5 U325 and U326 Front Panels

5-12

5.6 Exchange of boards

 

5-13

5.6.1 Exchange of U325

5-13

5.6.2 Exchange of U326

5-14

5.7 Hardware Radiation Logic

5-16

5.8 U326 Schematic Diagrams

5-17

5.8.1 U326 schematics 1

5-17

5.8.2 U326 schematics 2

5-18

5.8.3 U326 schematics 3

5-19

5.8.4 U326 schematics 4

5-20

5.8.5 U325 schematics 1

5-21

5.8.6 U325 schematics 2

5-22

  5.8.7 U325 schematics 3 5-23 5.8.8 U325 schematics 4 5-24 5.8.9 U325 schematics 5
 

5.8.7 U325 schematics 3

5-23

5.8.8 U325 schematics 4

5-24

5.8.9 U325 schematics 5

5-25

5.8.10 U325 schematics 6

5-26

5.8.11 U325 schematics 7

5-27

5.9

U501 Video Processing Board

5-28

5.9.1 U501 Block Diagram

5-28

5.9.2 Connectors on the front cover

5-29

5.9.3 LEDs on the front cover

5-29

6 Module 3

 

6-1

6.1

Module 3 Memory Unit

 

6-1

6.1.1

General

6-1

6.1.2

Module 3 view

6-1

6.2 Module 3 Overview

 

6-2

6.3 Block Diagrams

6-3

 

6.3.1 U180 block diagram

6-3

6.3.2 U180 functional description

6-4

6.3.3 U321 block diagram

6-5

6.3.4 U321 functional description

6-6

6.3.5 Module 3 wiring diagram

6-7

6.4 Exchange of Module 3

 

6-8

7 Image Intensifier

7-1

7.1 Parts Location

7-1

7.2 Block Diagram

7-2

 

7.2.1

Functional description

7-3

7.3 I.I. power supply overview

7-4

 

7.3.1 General

 

7-4

7.3.2 Main parts and their functions

7-4

7.4 Hardware description

 

7-5

 

7.4.1 PCBs

7-5

7.4.2 U316 LEDs

7-5

7.4.3 U316 connectors

7-6

7.4.4 Connectors cascade

7-6

 

7.4.4.1

Connectors cascade location

7-6

 

7.4.5 U316 schematics

7-7

 

7.4.5.1 U316 schematics part 1

7-7

7.4.5.2 U316 schematics part 2

7-8

7.5 Adjustments

 

7-9

 

7.5.1

Potentiometer location

7-9

7.6 CCD Camera

 

7-9

 

7.6.1 General description

7-10

7.6.2 Setting the CCD camera distance

7-10

7.6.3 Scattered light lens

7-11

7.6.4 Changing the camera

7-12

 

7.6.4.1

Removing the camera

7-12

 

7.6.5 Installing the CCD camera

7-13

7.6.6 Adjustment of the optical focus

7-14

7.6.7 Adjustment instruction for 23 cm and 30 cm tube

7-15

7.6.8 Size and resolution requirements

7-16

 

7.6.8.1 Without patient equivalent filter

7-16

7.6.8.2 With patient equivalent filter 25 mm Al

7-16

8 Generator 8-1 8.1 Overview 8-1 8.2 Block Diagrams   8-2 8.2.1 Generator block diagram

8 Generator

8-1

8.1 Overview

8-1

8.2 Block Diagrams

 

8-2

8.2.1 Generator block diagram

8-2

8.2.2 Generator detailed block diagram

8-3

8.3 Interface Generator – C-Arm Stand

8-4

8.4 Block Diagram Generator – Module 1 / Module 2

8-5

8.5 General PCBs

 

8-6

8.6 Checklist for the Generator

8-7

8.6.1 U185 test point location

8-8

8.6.2 U185 schematics

8-9

8.6.3 U185 board layout

8-10

8.7 Measuring kV and mA

 

8-11

8.8 Laser (option)

8-13

8.8.1 Generator with laser

8-13

8.8.2 Image intensifier with laser

8-14

8.8.3 Laser block diagram

8-15

8.8.4 U160 laser control board

8-16

9 Virtual Collimator

 

9-1

9.1 Virtual Collimator View

9-1

9.2 Block Diagram

9-2

9.3 U517d

9-3

9.3.1

U517d location of connectors, switches and LEDs

9-3

9.3.2

Switches

9-3

9.3.2.1

DIP switch factory setting

9-5

9.3.3

LEDs

9-5

9.3.4

Connectors

9-6

9.4 Changing the Collimator

 

9-10

9.4.1 Part exchange

9-10

9.4.2 Mechanical centering

9-10

9.4.3 Collimator size adjustment

9-11

9.4.4 Preview size adjustment

9-12

10 Keyboards on Mobile Stand and Monitor Cart

10-1

10.1 Keyboard of Mobile Stand

10-1

10.1.1 MST keyboard view

10-1

10.1.2 U400 connections

10-2

10.1.3 U400 block diagram

10-3

10.2 Keyboard of Monitor Cart

10-4

10.2.1 MC keyboard view

10-4

10.2.2 U370 connections

10-5

11 Monitor Cart General and Wiring

11-1

11.1 General

11-1

11.1.1

Monitor cart with 18.1" flatscreen monitors

11-1

11.1.2

Monitor cart with 24’’ split screen monitor

11-2

11.1.3

Monitor cart with 23’’ split screen monitor

11-3

11.1.4

Monitor cart with CRT monitors

11-4

11.2 Monitor Cart Wiring

 

11-5

11.2.1 Wiring of flatscreen monitors

11-5

11.2.2 Wiring of flatscreen monitors and PC

11-6

11.2.3 Wiring of CRT monitors

11-7

  11.2.4 Wiring of external X-ray indicato r and remote (options) 11-8 11.2.5 U385 wiring
 

11.2.4

Wiring of external X-ray indicator and remote (options)

11-8

11.2.5

U385 wiring

11-9

11.3

Yellow RJ45 network cables

11-10

12 Video Documentation

12-1

12.1 UP 960

 

12-1

 

12.1.1 Front view

12-1

12.1.2 Rear view

12-2

12.2 UP 980

 

12-3

 

12.2.1 Front view

12-3

12.2.2 Rear view

12-4

12.2.3

UP 980 configuration

12-5

12.3 VCR

12-6

 

12.3.1

VCR wiring standard

12-6

12.3.2

U411 VCR interface

12-7

13 Monitors

13-1

13.1

18.1" Flatscreen Monitors

13-1

13.1.1 Description

13-1

13.1.2 Technical data

13-2

13.1.3 Switches

13-2

13.1.4 Connectors

13-3

13.1.5 On-screen display

13-4

 

13.1.5.1 Locking and unlocking the on-screen display

13-4

13.1.5.2 Restoring the factory settings

13-5

14 Power Supply

14-1

14.1 View of Power Supply

14-1

14.2 General Description

14-2

14.3 Main Components of Power Module 10

14-2

14.4 Module 10 Block Diagram

14-4

14.5 Module 10 Power Distribution Wiring Diagram

14-5

 

14.5.1 Wiring with transformer 11090 (105 V – 240 V)

14-5

14.5.2 Wiring with transformer 11091 (200 V – 240 V)

14-6

14.6 Connectors

 

14-7

 

14.6.1

Mains input

14-7

14.6.2

Insulated XP0 PCB outlet

14-7

14.6.3

Internal mains distribution

14-7

14.6.4

On/Off connections

14-8

14.7 Fuses

14-9

14.8 U357 schematics

14-11

 

14.8.1 Power-on logic

14-11

14.8.2 U357 schematic power distribution

14-12

14.9 Module 10 Transformers

14-13

 

14.9.1 Transformer 11090 105 V – 240 V

14-13

14.9.2 Transformer 11091 200 V – 240 V

14-14

14.9.3 Mains transformer thermo fuse

14-15

15 Image Memory System V2 1/2k

15-1

15.1 Features

 

15-1

15.2 Barebone Front view Step 1

15-3

15.3 Barebone Front view Step 2

15-4

15.4 Complete Front View Step 1

15-5

15.5 Complete Front View Step 2 15-6 15.6 Side View   15-7 15.7 Barebone Inside

15.5 Complete Front View Step 2

15-6

15.6 Side View

 

15-7

15.7 Barebone Inside View Step 1

15-8

15.8 Barebone Inside View Step 2

15-9

15.9 Complete Inside View Step 1

15-10

15.10 Complete Inside View Step 2

15-11

15.11 Image Memory Service Settings

15-12

 

15.11.1 Overview

15-12

15.11.2 Service settings

15-12

15.11.3 Step windowing

15-13

15.11.4 Filter factors

15-15

15.11.4.1Filters for anatomical programs

15-16

15.11.4.2Filters for subtraction modes

15-19

15.11.4.3Filters for subtraction modes with CO 2

15-20

15.11.5 Windowing settings for subtraction modes

15-21

15.11.6 DICOM settings

15-22

15.11.7 System settings

15-22

15.11.8 Monitor calibration

15-25

15.11.9 HEDIS data

15-27

15.11.10 Software update

15-29

15.12 Displaying Additional Information

15-30

16 DICOM Configuration Manual

 

16-1

16.1 DICOM Overview

16-1

16.2 DICOM and Network Parameters

16-2

16.3 DICOM Configuration

 

16-4

 

16.3.1 Configuration of Storage and Storage Commitment

16-4

16.3.2 Configuration of Media Storage

16-6

16.3.3 Configuration of DICOM Query/Retrieve

16-8

16.3.4 Configuration of Worklist and MPPS

16-12

16.3.5 Configuration of the print servers

16-17

16.3.6 Test of the configuration with DICOM Verification (Echo)

16-21

17 DICOM Conformance Statement

17-1

18 Software Tools

 

18-1

18.1

Exposcop Studio

18-1

18.1.1 Connection between notebook and C-arm

18-1

18.1.1.1

Location of the service connectors

18-1

18.1.2 Starting Exposcop Studio

18-1

18.1.3 Exposcop Studio user interface

18-3

18.1.3.1 Main window

18-3

18.1.3.2 Virtual keyboard

18-4

18.1.3.3 Status line

18-4

18.1.3.4 Workspace

18-5

18.1.4 Menu bar of Exposcop Studio software

18-6

18.1.4.1 Exposcop

18-6

18.1.4.2 “Workspace”

18-8

18.1.4.3 “Settings”

18-9

18.1.5 “General” tab

18-10

18.1.6 “Adjustment” tab

18-11

18.1.7 “Generator” tab

18-13

18.1.8 “Update” tab

18-14

  18.1.9 “Options” tab 18-16 18.1.9.1 Option bits 18-16 18.1.9.2 Temperature mode setup 18-19
 

18.1.9 “Options” tab

18-16

18.1.9.1 Option bits

18-16

18.1.9.2 Temperature mode setup

18-19

18.1.9.3 Hand and foot switch assignment

18-20

18.1.10 “Startup Config” tab

18-21

18.1.11 “kVmA Tab” tab

18-22

18.1.12 “Errors” tab

18-23

18.1.13 “Times” tab

18-24

18.1.14 “DAP” tab

18-25

18.1.15 “CAN” tab

18-26

18.1.16 Installation directory

18-27

18.1.17 Update procedure

18-28

18.1.18 Offline mode

18-29

18.1.18.1Floppy disks for software update

18-30

18.1.18.2Options - switch assignment

18-31

18.1.19 Problem correction

18-32

 

18.2

Integrated Service Functions

18-33

 

18.2.1 General

18-33

18.2.2 Entering and exiting the Service mode

18-33

18.2.3 Important keys

18-33

18.2.4 Service programs

18-34

18.2.4.1 Program 0 (software version)

18-34

18.2.4.2 Program 1 (iris collimator size for format 24 cm)

18-34

18.2.4.3 Program 2 (iris collimator size for format 30 cm)

18-34

18.2.4.4 Program 3 (iris collimator size for 40 cm format)

18-34

18.2.4.5 Program 4 (iris collimator size for i.i. format)

18-35

18.2.4.6 Program 5 (iris collimator size for magnification 1)

18-35

18.2.4.7 Program 6 (iris collimator size for magnification 2)

18-35

18.2.4.8 Program 7 (startup key adjustment)

18-35

18.2.4.9 Program 8 (program the startup key adjustment)

18-36

18.2.4.10Program 9 (adjust filter codes without magnifier)

18-37

18.2.4.11Program 10 (adjust filter codes with magnifier 1)

18-37

18.2.4.12Program 11 (adjust filter codes with magnifier 2)

18-37

18.2.4.13Program 12 (disable or enable radiography mode)

18-38

18.2.4.14Program 13 (disable or enable autotransfer)

18-38

18.2.4.15Program 14 (show fluoroscopy program kV/mA curve)

18-38

18.2.4.16Program 15 (show fluoroscopy program table CCD)

18-38

18.2.4.17Program 16 (select crosshair Compact)

18-38

19

Adjustment Instructions

19-1

19.1

Dose & Video Adjustment

19-1

 

19.1.1 Dose Adjustment

19-1

19.1.1.1 Dose adjustment parameters

19-1

19.1.1.2 Dose adjustment procedure

19-1

19.1.1.3 Special cases for dose adjustment

19-2

19.1.2 Video Adjustment

19-3

19.1.2.1 Video adjustment parameters

19-3

19.1.2.2 Video adjustment procedure

19-3

19.1.3 Exposcop Studio Dialog for Dose Adjustment

19-4

19.1.4 kV/mA Values for Ziehm Vista / Ziehm 8000

19-6

19.1.5 kV/mA Values for Ziehm Vista Plus

19-7

19.1.6 Dose Tables for Ziehm Vista / Ziehm 8000

19-8

19.1.7 Dose Tables for Ziehm Vista Plus

19-9

  19.1.8 Ziehm Vista / Ziehm 8000 Organ Tables 31/23cm 19-10 19.1.9 Ziehm Vista /
 

19.1.8 Ziehm Vista / Ziehm 8000 Organ Tables 31/23cm

19-10

19.1.9 Ziehm Vista / Ziehm 8000 Organ Tables 17/15/11 cm

19-11

19.1.10 Ziehm Vista Plus Organ Tables

19-12

19.2

Default Values

19-13

19.2.1 Measuring Circle Sizes

19-13

19.2.2 Measuring Circle Sizes Vista Plus

19-13

19.2.3 Monitor Cart Settings

19-14

 

19.2.3.1 Step windowing levels

19-14

19.2.3.2 DSA windowing values

19-14

19.2.3.3 Filter factors non interlaced

19-15

19.2.3.4 Filter factors interlaced

19-15

19.2.3.5 Filter factors Vista Plus

19-16

20 Error Messages & Fault Finding

20-1

20.1 General

 

20-1

20.2 Startup phase

20-1

 

20.2.1

WARNINGS

20-1

20.2.2

ERRORS

20-1

20.3 Runtime

20-1

 

20.3.1

WARNINGS

20-1

20.3.2

ERRORS

20-1

20.4 List of ERRORS and WARNINGS

20-2

 

20.4.1

Module 2

20-2

20.4.2

Module 15

20-4

20.4.3

Module 3 / U501

20-5

20.4.4

Module 11

20-6

20.5 Fuse List

20-7

 

20.5.1

Module 1

20-7

20.5.2

Module 3

20-10

20.5.3

Module 10

20-10

20.6 Fault finding

20-11

 

20.6.1 Power faults

20-11

20.6.2 Module 2 errors

20-12

20.6.3 Module 15 errors (virtual collimator and dose meter)

20-15

20.6.4 Module 3 errors

20-17

20.6.5 U501 errors

20-19

20.6.6 Module 11 errors (image memory)

20-21

20.6.7 Module 6 errors (keyboard)

20-23

20.6.8 Radiation errors

20-24

21 Active Cooling System

21-1

21.1

Active Cooling System

21-1

21.1.1 Initiation of the cooling system

21-1

 

21.1.1.1 General

21-3

21.1.1.2 Starting the pump manually

21-5

21.1.1.3 Filling the tank with coolant

21-6

21.1.1.4 Filling the pump with coolant

21-7

21.1.1.5 Checking the circulation

21-8

 

21.1.2 Draining the cooling system

21-9

22 Maintenance Schedule 22-1 22.1 General requirements 22-1 22.2 Electrics 22-2 22.3

22

Maintenance Schedule

22-1

22.1

General requirements

22-1

22.2

Electrics

22-2

22.3

Mechanics

22-4

Index

I

1 Warnings and Important Information Ziehm Vista / Ziehm 8000 P_26363/CD_28115 - 09/03/2010

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Warnings and Important Information

Ziehm Vista / Ziehm 8000 P_26363/CD_28115 - 09/03/2010

Contents

1.1 Safety Instructions

1-1

1.2 Warnings

1-2

1.3 Required tests after service

1-2

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1 Warnings and Important Information

1

Warnings and Important Information

1 Warnings and Important Infor- mation

1.1 Safety Instructions

This manual does not constitute a complete catalog of all safety measures necessary for the oper- ation of the respective medical equipment, since special operating conditions may require further measures. However, it does contain instructions which must be observed in order to ensure the personal safety of operating staff and patients as well as to avoid damage to property. These instructions are highlighted as follows:

DANGERto property. These instructions are highlighted as follows: Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided,

Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.These instructions are highlighted as follows: DANGER WARNING Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not

WARNINGif not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. Indicates a hazardous situation which, if

Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or seri- ous injury.avoided, will result in death or serious injury. WARNING CAUTION Indicates a hazardous situatio n which,

CAUTIONif not avoided, could result in death or seri- ous injury. Indicates a hazardous situatio n

Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or mod- Indicates a hazardous situatio erate injury. erate injury.

NOTICEif not avoided, may result in minor or mod- erate injury. Indicates a property damage message.

Indicates a property damage message.

erate injury. NOTICE Indicates a property damage message. NOTE Notes are informative. Additional useful information

NOTE

Notes are informative. Additional useful information and hints are provided for the operator here.

1

Warnings and Important Information

1 Warnings and Important Information

1.2 Warnings

WARNING1 Warnings and Important Information 1.2 Warnings The monitor cart power module contains live voltage even

The monitor cart power module contains live voltage even when the unit is switched of from the C-arm or monitor cart keyboard or the emergency switch is pushed in. Be sure to disconnect the unit from the mains supply when performing service pushed in. Be sure to disconnect the unit from the mains supply when performing service work to the unit.

WARNINGthe mains supply when performing service work to the unit. The generator power supply in module

The generator power supply in module 1 contains a large storage capacitor that filters the line voltage. The capacitor may contain high voltage even after the unit is disconnected from the mains supply.supply when performing service work to the unit. WARNING WARNING Modules 1 (mobile stand power supply),

WARNINGeven after the unit is disconnected from the mains supply. Modules 1 (mobile stand power supply),

Modules 1 (mobile stand power supply), 10 (monitor cart power supply) and 5 (X-ray generator) contain dangerous voltages. During operation the voltages exceed 250 V D C . DC .

WARNINGDuring operation the voltages exceed 250 V D C . Parts of the C-arm may be

Parts of the C-arm may be contaminated infectiously. We strongly recommend to wear disposable vinyl gloves while doing service.operation the voltages exceed 250 V D C . WARNING 1.3 Required tests after service The

1.3 Required tests after service

The following tests have to be performed after every service:

Is the mechanics working properly?

Are all cables (P0, mains and swivel cable) in good condition?

Are the keyboards working properly?

Is the printout of the video printer okay (if printer is available)?

Is the system working fine?

Perform electrical safety check according to relevant national regulation of the country of installation

Possible discrepancies must be recorded in the service report.

2 General Ziehm Vista / Ziehm 8000 P_26363/CD_28115 - 09/03/2010

2

General

Ziehm Vista / Ziehm 8000 P_26363/CD_28115 - 09/03/2010

Contents

2.1 Mobile Stand System Overview

2-1

2.2 Detailed Overview with U501

2-2

2.3 Detailed Overview with Module 3

2-3

2.4 Overview Ziehm 8000 Mobile Stand

2-4

2.5 Block Diagram with U501

 

2-5

2.6 Block Diagram with Module 3

2-6

2.7 Power Distribution Overview with U501

2-7

2.8 Power Distribution Overview with Module 3

2-8

2.9 Board Overview with U501

2-9

2.10 Board Overview with Module 3

2-10

2.11 Board Numbers

 

2-11

2.12 Numbers of CAN Modules with U501

2-13

2.13 Numbers of CAN Modules with Module 3

2-13

2.14 CAN Bus Distribution in the C-Arm Stand with U501

2-14

2.15 CAN Bus Distribution in the C-Arm Stand with Module 3

2-15

2.16 Video Distribution in the C-Arm Stand

2-16

2.17 Video Distribution in the C-Arm Stand

2-17

2.18 Regulation Loops

 

2-18

2.19 Technical Data

2-19

2.19.1

Ziehm Vista and Ziehm Vista Workstation

2-19

2.19.2

Ziehm Vista Plus (USA)

2-22

2.19.3Ziehm 8000, Ziehm Compact and Ziehm Compact with adapter for lithotripter procedures

2-24

2.19.4

General technical data

2-24

2.19.4.1 Systems with a voltage rating of 100 V, 120 V, 200 V

2-26

2.19.4.2 Systems with a voltage rating of 220 V, 230 V, 240 V

2-29

2.19.5

Power plug specification

2-31

2.19.5.1 Systems with a voltage rating of 120 V

2-31

2.19.5.2 Systems with a voltage rating of 230 V

2-31

2.19.6

Laser positioning device

2-32

2.19.7

Dose meter

2-33

2.19.7.1

VacuDAP

2-33

2.19.7.2

VacuDAP 2002

2-34

2.19.7.3

VacuDAP duo

2-35

2.19.8

Air kerma

2-36

2.19.9

Focal spot position

2-37

2.19.10

Dimensions

2-38

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2 General

2 General

2

General

2.1 Mobile Stand System Overview

2 General 2 General 2.1 Mobile Stand System Overview Fig. 2-1 Mobile stand system overview Ziehm

Fig. 2-1

Mobile stand system overview

2 General

2 General

2.2 Detailed Overview with U501

2 General 2.2 Detailed Overview with U501 Fig. 2-2 Detailed Overview with U501 2-2 Ziehm Vista

Fig. 2-2

Detailed Overview with U501

2 General

2 General

2.3 Detailed Overview with Module 3

2 General 2.3 Detailed Overview with Module 3 Fig. 2-3 Detailed overview with Module 3 Ziehm

Fig. 2-3

Detailed overview with Module 3

2 General

2 General

2.4 Overview Ziehm 8000 Mobile Stand

2 General 2.4 Overview Ziehm 8000 Mobile Stand Fig. 2-4 Overview Ziehm 8000 Mobile Stand Modules

Fig. 2-4

Overview Ziehm 8000 Mobile Stand

Modules and parts inside the Ziehm 8000 mobile stand correlate to the drawings above.

2 General

2 General

2.5 Block Diagram with U501

2 General 2.5 Block Diagram with U501 Fig. 2-5 Mobile Stand block diagram with U501 Ziehm

Fig. 2-5

Mobile Stand block diagram with U501

2 General

2 General

2.6 Block Diagram with Module 3

2 General 2.6 Block Diagram with Module 3 Fig. 2-6 Mobile stand block diagram with Module

Fig. 2-6

Mobile stand block diagram with Module 3

2 General

2 General

2.7 Power Distribution Overview with U501

2 General 2.7 Power Distribution Overview with U501 Fig. 2-7 Power distribution overview with U501 Ziehm

Fig. 2-7

Power distribution overview with U501

2 General

2 General

2.8 Power Distribution Overview with Module 3

2 General 2.8 Power Distribution Overview with Module 3 Fig. 2-8 Power distribution overview with Module3

Fig. 2-8

Power distribution overview with Module3

2 General

2 General

2.9 Board Overview with U501

2 General 2.9 Board Overview with U501 Fig. 2-9 Board overview with U501 Ziehm Vista /

Fig. 2-9

Board overview with U501

2 General

2 General

2.10 Board Overview with Module 3

2 General 2.10 Board Overview with Module 3 Fig. 2-10 Board overview with Module 3 2-10

Fig. 2-10

Board overview with Module 3

2 General

2 General

2.11 Board Numbers

Module

Board

Description

1

 

Power Supply

 

U333

Power supply control

 

U80

Horn

2

 

Mobile Stand Control

 

U325

Mobile stand control

 

U326

Generator adaption

 

U327

Interface board

 

U328

Motherboard

 

U334

Power supply

 

U501

Dose and Video control (option)

3

 

Memory Unit (missing if U501 is equipped)

 

U180

Memory unit control

 

U321

CCD processing

 

U306

Image memory (option)

 

U313

100Hz converter (option)

4

 

Image Intensifier

 

U316

Image intensifier power supply control

 

U317

Transformer board

 

U318

High voltage cascade

 

U160

Laser control & S-distortion correction (option)

5

 

Generator

 

U45

Generator interface board

 

U54

kV control

 

U43

mA control

 

U42

Pre-stage

 

U40

Power stage

 

U41

Motherboard

 

U185

Generator filter

2 General

2 General

Module

Board

Description

6

 

Keyboard

 

U400

Keyboard mobile stand

9

 

Monitor Options

 

E891

Controller inside the VM4402 monitor

 

E890

VM 4402 chassis board

 

E889

VM 4402 CRT board

10

 

Power Supply Monitor Cart

 

U357

Power supply control

11

 

Digital Imaging System general

 

U385

Interface to mobile stand

   

Digital Imaging System V2 ½K Step 1

 

U359

Frame grabber

 

U816

Rotation/DSA/Display Board

   

Digital Imaging System V2 ½K Step 2

 

U544

Frame grabber

 

U616

Rotation/DSA/Display Board

15

 

Vision Track

 

U517

Gen. Collimator Control

 

U608

Gen. Collimator Control (Z-Servos)

MC

 

Monitor Cart

 

U406

Coax adapter for external video socket

 

U533

DICOM connection wall outlet (optionally)

2 General

2 General

2.12 Numbers of CAN Modules with U501

Module Name

PCB/Module

CAN Node

CPU

Number

Number

Type

Module 2, CPU

U325

3

LUCY

Module 2, Dose and Video processing

U501

13

LUCY

Module 6, MS keyboard

U400

8

LUCY

Module 15, Virtual Collimator

U517c

10

HC08

Module 11, Image Memory

U385

6

LUCY

2.13

Numbers of CAN Modules with Module 3

 

Module Name

PCB/Module

CAN Node

CPU

Number

Number

Type

Module 2, CPU

U325

3

LUCY

Module 3, Memory unit

U180

13

LUCY

Module 6, MS keyboard

U400

8

LUCY

Module 15, Virtual Collimator

U517c

10

HC08

Module 11, Image Memory

U385

6

LUCY

2 General

2 General

2.14 CAN Bus Distribution in the C-Arm Stand with U501

2.14 CAN Bus Distribution in the C-Arm Stand with U501 Fig. 2-11 CAN bus distribution in

Fig. 2-11

CAN bus distribution in the C-arm stand with U501

2 General

2 General

2.15 CAN Bus Distribution in the C-Arm Stand with Module 3
2.15 CAN Bus Distribution in the C-Arm Stand with Module 3

Fig. 2-12

CAN bus distribution in the C-arm stand with Module 3

2 General

2 General

2.16 Video Distribution in the C-Arm Stand

2 General 2.16 Video Distribution in the C-Arm Stand Fig. 2-13 Video distribution in the C-arm

Fig. 2-13

Video distribution in the C-arm stand

2 General

2 General

2.17 Video Distribution in the C-Arm Stand

2 General 2.17 Video Distribution in the C-Arm Stand Fig. 2-14 Video distribution in the C-arm

Fig. 2-14

Video distribution in the C-arm stand

2 General

2 General

2.18 Regulation Loops

Fig. 2-15 Regulation loops
Fig. 2-15
Regulation loops
2 General

2 General

2.19 Technical Data

2.19.1 Ziehm Vista and Ziehm Vista Workstation

 

Voltage / frequency rating

230 V AC ±10%, 50/60 Hz

 

Power supply fuse rating

C 16 A

 

Required residual current circuit breaker (RCD)

I N 16 A, I AN = 30 mA

 

Typical current

8 A continuous, 15 A momentary

 

System

consumption

 

Internal fusing

15

A, fast (2 pcs.)

Maximum line impedance

0.6 Ω

 
 

Equipment protection classification

Protection Class I, Type B ( continuous operation

  Equipment protection classification Protection Class I, Type B ( continuous operation ), ordinary equipment,

), ordinary equipment,

Radiation controlled area (with generator in lowermost position and C-arm vertical)

23/31 cm i.i.:

4

m

15

cm i.i.:

3

m

 

Power

Fluoroscopy:

40–110 kV / 0.2–6 mA

Direct radiography:

40–110 kV / 20 mA

Single pulse:

40–110 kV / 8 mA / 1 s

Operating frequency:

20 kHz

Max. operating data

Fluoroscopy:

110

kV / 0.2–6 mA

Generator

Direct radiography:

110

kV / 20 mA / 0.1–4 s

Max. power output

Fluoroscopy:

660

W

Single pulse:

880

W

Direct radiography:

2200 W

 

Nominal electric power

2000 W at 100 kV / 20 mA / 0.1 s

 

X-ray tube

Dual-focus stationary-anode tube

 

Focal spot nominal size

Fluoroscopy:

0.6

mm

Direct radiography:

1.5

mm

Total filtration

4 mm aluminum equivalent, including Cu 0.1 mm