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WORKSTATION

User Guide

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Workstation User Guide

Copyright 2001 Medtronic Functional Diagnostics A/S. All rights reserved.


The contents of this manual are the property of Medtronic Functional Diagnostics A/S. Any reproduction in whole or in part is strictly prohibited.
At the time of printing / transfer to the CD-ROM, this manual correctly described the device and its
functions. However, as modifications may have been carried out since the production of this manual, the system package may contain one or more addenda to the manual. This manual including
any such addenda must be thoroughly read, before using the device.
The following situations void any guarantee(s) and obligations for Medtronic Functional Diagnostics A/S:
- The device is not used according to the enclosed manuals and other accompanying documentation
- The device is installed or modified by persons other than Medtronic Functional Diagnostics A/S
service technicians

Workstation User Guide

Contents
CONTENTS .........................................................................................................................3
SAFETY INFORMATION ....................................................................................................1
Safety Requirements ..........................................................................................................................1
SYMBOLS AND CONNECTIONS.......................................................................................2
General Warnings ..............................................................................................................................2
Overview..............................................................................................................................................2
Connections.........................................................................................................................................2
Rear Side ..........................................................................................................................................2
Front Side .........................................................................................................................................3
Power Supply ......................................................................................................................................3
Overview of Cable Connections ........................................................................................................4
Cable Connections..............................................................................................................................4
CARTS ................................................................................................................................5
Cart Versions ......................................................................................................................................5
Cart Accessories .................................................................................................................................6
Assembling the Cart...........................................................................................................................7
Set of Screws ....................................................................................................................................7
Cable Management.............................................................................................................................8
Fenced Enclosure (Detail) ................................................................................................................8
Cover for Cable Guides (Details).....................................................................................................8
Power Supply Compartment (Detail) ...............................................................................................8
MAINTENANCE ..................................................................................................................9
General Maintenance .........................................................................................................................9
Waste management...........................................................................................................................9
Safety Checks......................................................................................................................................9
CLASSIFICATION.............................................................................................................10
Classification requirements .............................................................................................................10
Service Centers...............................................................................................................................12

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Safety Information
Safety Requirements
The device has been designed for indoor use at
temperatures between +10C and +40C (+50F
to +104F).
The mains plug must only be inserted in a mains
socket outlet provided with a protective earth
contact. It is forbidden to use extension cords.
WARNING Any interruption to the protective
earth conductor inside or outside the device or
disconnection of the protective earth connector
is likely to make the device dangerous. Intentional interruption is prohibited. The protective
earth (ground) conductor should be checked
regularly.

For the combination of this device with other


devices and / or for its connection to installations, the following applies:
1 When connecting medical equipment being
supplied from an outlet located in a nonmedically used room, or when connecting
non-medical electrical equipment to this device, please pay attention to the requirements
of IEC 60601-1-1, Safety Requirements for
medical electrical systems.
2 When the device is connected to its mains
supply, connectors may be live, and any
opening of covers or removal of parts possible only with the aid of a tool is likely to expose live parts.

3 The device must be disconnected from all


voltage sources before being opened for any
adjustment, replacement, maintenance or repair.
4 Service must be referred to Medtronic Functional Diagnostics A/S authorized service
personnel, except for such works described in
this manual as being performed by the operator.
5 Make sure that only fuses with the required
rated current and of the specified type are
used for replacement. The use of makeshift
fuses and the short-circuiting of fuse holders
is prohibited.
6 Where more than one piece of equipment is
connected to a patient, attention must be paid
to the summation of patient leakage currents.
7 Whenever it is likely that the protection has
been impaired, the device shall be made inoperative and be secured against any unintended operation.
8 In that case, call qualified service personnel
to conduct at least a functional test and additionally a safety check including 1) an insulation test, 2) a ground continuity test and 3) a
leakage current test, according to IEC 606011.
9 The protection is likely to be impaired if, for
example, the device:
- Shows visible damage
- Fails to perform the intended function(s)
- Has been subjected to severe transport
stresses.

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Symbols and
Connections

Dedicated
Keyboard

Flat Screen

PC Keyboard

Mouse / Mouse
Pad

Computer Unit

Cart

General Warnings

Power Supply

See the accompanying documentation and


carefully read the following warnings

All positions of optional devices are examples only.

CAUTION Electric shock hazard. Do not remove cover. Refer servicing to qualified service
personnel.

CAUTION Before connecting, read instructions.

The device complies with the EC directive 89/336/EEC on electromagnetic


compability (EMC)

Connections

Overview

Rear Side
1

Mains Socket

Voltage Selector

ON/Standby button for the system

Standard PC Connectors
PC Keyboard
USB Ports
COM1 / COM 2 serial port
Line out
Line in
Microphone
Mouse
Network LAN
Parallel port

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Game port (not used)
5

Optional PC Cards
Color Monitor
Dedicated keyboard
Video Board
Network LAN

LAN

Front Side
ON/Standby button

Power Supply

IMPORTANT Use only the 6-outlet safety


Power Supply Unit (part no 31D30) for all devices of the complete system in order to comply
with IEC 60601-1-1. See the separate User
Guide for the Power Supply Unit for detailed
instructions for use.

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Overview of Cable
Connections

Cable Connections
Before operating the device, the system parts
should be connected.
1. Connect all signal interface cables on the
drawing (black / thin).
2. Connect all power interface cables on the
drawing, except for the main cables to the
wall outlet (red / dotted).
3. Check that all voltage selectors
on the
drawing have the correct voltage setting.
4. Turn on all switches
on the drawing (the
switch of the computer is located on the rear
side).
5. Connect the mains cable to the wall outlet /
Turn on the main switch of the wall outlet.
6. Turn on the switch on the front of the computer unit (C).
Pulling out the power line cable from the mains
input on the power supply disconnects the
mains power of the complete system.

A Power Supply

D PC Keyboard

B Printer (optional)

E Screen

C Computer

F Mouse

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Carts
Cart Versions

(Examples)
Model

Device

Weight

HxWxD

31B10

Keypoint PC

15kg

80 x 56 x 55

33B60

Keypoint Laptop and


Wavepoint

13.5kg

80 x 56 x 55

43B60

Polygraf ID

15.3kg

110 x 56 x 55

32B10

Duet

15.7kg

110 x 56 x 55

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Cart Accessories

Part No

Item

Weight

H x W X D (cm)

31B301

Low cart base, 800

10.4kg

80 x 56 x 55 cm

31B302

High cart base, 1100

11.6kg

110 x 56 x 55 cm

31B303

Small shelf

1.1kg

2.4 x 50 x 35 cm

31B304

Large shelf

1.3kg

2.4 x 50 x 53 cm

31B305

Special shelf

1.5kg

4.7 x 50 x 53 cm

31B306

Pullout shelf

1.6kg

2.4 x 50 x 45 cm

1.0kg

3.1 x 49 x 24 cm

31B307

*)
**)

Mouse shelf

*)
**)

31B308

Rear panel cover, high

4.0kg

90 x 53 x 15 cm

31B309

Drawer

10kg

17 x 50 x 44 cm

31B310

Antistatic wheel kit

2.4kg

4 pcs of 5"

31B25

Accessories box

0.5kg

12 x 17 x 31 cm

Can be mounted below part no 31B305 or 31B306


Not suitable on part no 31B10, 33B60 or 31B301

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Assembling the Cart

Set of Screws
Computer Unit
(31G03)

Special Shelf
(31B305)

Power Supply
Unit (31D30)

Pullout Shelf
(31B306)

Drawer
(31B309)

Mouse Shelf
(31B307)

Shelf
(31B303/4)

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Cable Management

Cover for Cable Guides (Details)

The illustration shows a typical cable arrangement on the cart. The cables are assembled and
drawn through the cable guides within the support columns of the cart.

Power Supply Compartment


(Detail)
1
2
3

Fenced enclosure
with room for long
cables

4 Draw the cables

Self-adhesive cable
clips

5 Room for extra

over the power supply unit


power adapters

Support column with


cable guide

Fenced Enclosure (Detail)

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Maintenance
General Maintenance
Maintenance to be performed by the operator
comprises of cleaning and disinfecting the device and cleaning and sterilization of the attached transducers and accessories. Switch off
the mains before cleaning the device.
Please carefully follow the instructions for use
recommended by the manufacturer or local hygiene authority (for example disinfectant sprays
for non-immersible surfaces, instruments and
equipment). The following disinfectants can be
used:
-

Aldehydes (Cidex)
Corsoline
Sporicidin
Chlorates (Diversol BX)

Waste management
The device and its accessories must be disposed
of separately as electronic waste (see the individual Instructions for Use of each accessory /
part).

Safety Checks
The following safety checks should be conducted by qualified personnel at least once a
year and in the event of repair:
1. Inspection for visible damage to equipment.
2. Inspection of mains cord and connecting cables.
4. Measurement of insulation resistance.
5. Measurement of leakage current.
6. Measurement of resistance of protective earth
conductor.

Be careful not to drip water or disinfectant directly into the input or output plugs and other
openings in the cover, especially the PC keyboard. Remove excess disinfectant with a dry
cloth.
If necessary, clean the monitor with a damp
sponge. Do not use alcohol, spirits or ammonia.
CAUTION Do not use solvent, silicon-based or
abrasive cleaning agents. Make sure that no
liquids enter the device through apertures in the
enclosure.

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Classification
Classification
requirements
Type of protection against electric shock:
Class I: Equipment in which protection
against electric shock does not rely on basic
insulation only, but which includes an additional safety precaution in that means are
provided for the connection of the equipment to the protective earth conductor in the
fixed wiring of the installation in such a way
that accessible metal parts cannot become
live in the event of a failure of the basic insulation.
Method(s) of sterilization or disinfecting recommended by the manufacturer:
Please, see section on "Maintenance".

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Degree of protection against harmful ingress of


water:
IP20: Ordinary equipment (enclosed equipment without protection against ingress of
water).
Degree of safety of application in the presence
of a flammable anesthetic mixture with air or
with oxygen or nitrous oxide:
Equipment not suitable for use in the presence of such a mixture.
Mode of operation:
Continuous operation.

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Service Centers
y Asia +65 776 62 55 y Belgium +32 2 376 95 61 y Canada +1 905 826 6020 y France +33 1 5538 1700 y Germany +49 345 580810
y Italy +39 0266 1641 y Sweden +46 8 462 6170 y USA +1 763 514 9700, +1 800 227 3191

Manufactured by:

Medtronic Functional Diagnostics A/S


Tonsbakken 16-18
2740 Skovlunde
Denmark
Phone +45 44 57 90 00
Fax +45 44 57 90 10
E-mail: mfd@medtronic.com
http://www.mfd.medtronic.com
Printed in Denmark, November 2001 Reg. No 9031M1721

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