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CLASS

C
ADVANCED SERVICE MATERIAL.
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User Interface
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Learning Objectives User Interface Main Screen Aisys


When you finish this module, you should be able to:

• Identify the basic User Interfaces


• Identify the Service Application, components and installation procedure
• Perform a functional checkout of the machine
• Follow the Service Manual and complete the Lab Exercise

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Touch Screen Display – CS600 Service Application (Setup)


1. ComWheel • The Service Application is unique for each of the devices.
2. Home Key
• Uses a serial port to communicate to the Display Unit
3. Screen
Lock/Unlock • Windows-based using COM1 (May need serial to USB adapter)
4. Start/End Case
5. Audio Pause • Validated for use with Win 7
6. Touchscreen • Minimum requirements are listed in TRM Section 12
Area
• Close any applications on your Laptop that use COM1 (i.e.,
6
PDA)
• Connect PC to Display Unit with customized communication
cable.
• Launch the Service Application on PC
5 4 3 2 1
• On Aisys navigate to the Service Menu
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Connection from Service Laptop to Display Service Application


AisysServiceApplicationConnectivity

Laptop COM 1

Display Connection CS600

Display Connection Aisys


Cable, serial port to PC serial port (15-Pin to 9-Pin) P/N1011-3984-000

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Service Application: Tools Service Application: System Status

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Service Application: Power Schematic Service Application: Gas Delivery Schematic

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Service Application: Vent Schematic Service Application: Vaporizer Schematic

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Tools Menu>Transfer Logs


Logs can be downloaded onto
the laptop for evaluation:
Examples:
• Error Log
• Alarm Log
• Event Log
• Key Log
• R&D Log
• SwHw Log

Go to: Tools>Transfer Logs to download the


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What is health information? What does it mean to “de-identify” or


Health information is information that identifies or can be used together with
“anonymize” health information?
other information (such as patient address, patient ID, or treatment facility) to
identify an individual; AND that relates to the physical or mental health condition
Anonymous or De-Identified Data is data that can no longer be used to
of that individual.
identify an individual. De-identification standards are very technical, differ by
Other terms, like Sensitive Person Data (or “SPI”) in Europe, or Protected Health country and require an expert to make the determination.
Information (or “PHI”) in the USA, are also often used to refer to this type of
information.  GEHC experts must make the determination
as to whether data is truly “de-identified.” Only
Examples include: tools approved for this purpose must be used,
or specific advice obtained from a GEHC expert.

 The possibility that the data could be “re-


identified” is a factor in the determination.

 Even if a customer thinks it is “de-identified,”


A patient image
GEHC may still need to confirm it.
A treatment date Medical treatment /
procedure

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Privacy impacts GEHC globally Calibrations & Adjustments – Gas System CS600
Requires PC Application
• From the display, access the
Over 90 countries globally have privacy
laws and that number continues to service mode within the system
grow. menu structure
Privacy laws in the USA and Europe are – Main menu
particularly stringent regarding health – Screen set up
information.
– Install/Service (16-4-34 )
While specific country laws differ, most
share the same guiding privacy – Service (26-23-8 )
principles.
• Connect your PC
These guiding privacy principles should (RS232 15 Pin) to display This is the Icon that launches
be followed by all GEHC personnel when with customized cable.
collecting and using health information. the PC Application
• Complete instructions on PC
Data transfers of health information from one country to
Application can be found it Section
another are very complex. Only use approved tools or
involve a privacy expert to help you! 12 of TRM.
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Configurations
Service menu

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Ventilator Options Upgrading


SW HW , log , Calibration and options

• Text will be grayed out if


option has not been
enabled.
• Codes for Control Board
and Options
• Only replace one main
board at a time when
troubleshooting.

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Calibrations /Adjustments – Primary Regulators Calibrations /Adjustments – Primary Regulators


PC Application Opening Page – check communication status Use the tabs to navigate through the application

Software Downlo
Special Functions
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Calibrations and Adjustments Electronic PM Checklist CS600


Low flow test select Gas Supplies – decay cylinder pressure to required setting (300psi) by
using gas selection and gas flow options. Section 5.1.2 Test A

Return to flow page and turn flow off, check supply pressure and regulator pressure – adjust

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Boots up into Checkout Menu (Aisys) Machine Check (Aisys)


Checkout Menu Overview • Perform the Machine Check at the start of each
day. In case of emergency, the Machine Check
The Checkout menu shows on the may be bypassed by selecting Start Case. The
general message Please Do Checkout is
display after turning on the system. displayed if a Machine Check is not completed
To access the Checkout menu with passing results within twenty-four hours.
between cases, push the Checkout • The machine check runs automatically and
key. Step-by-step instructions show beeps to indicate when it is finished or if
the right window next to the interaction is required. The full Machine Check
performs a System Check, a Circuit Check, and
Checkout menu during the checks. a Circuit O2 cell check (if a circuit O2 cell is
present). When one of the checks is completed,
Use the Checkout menu to: the next check begins.
• Perform a Machine Check • Turn the System switch to On or push the
Checkout key. Select Machine Check and follow
• Perform any of the individual the instructions. If a check fails, follow the
checks instructions to preform a recheck or accept the
results.
• View the Check Log
Note: After completing a Machine Check, select Start Case to begin the case. A Machine Check
• Start a case must be performed once with every twenty-four hour period.
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Lab 8: User Interface Check Your Understanding


1. What mode or state must the Aisys machine be in to enable
communications with the PC Service App?
Refer to the Lab Manual and complete the User Interface exercise.

2. What is the Difference between Green Dots vs. Red X’s when viewing
System Status pages?

3. Is the PC Service App a required tool for PM?

4. How often is a Machine Check performed?

5. What two 3 digit codes must be entered to get into the service mode of the
Aisys/Avance?

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Summary
In this module we:
• Identified the basic User Interfaces
• Identified the Service Application, components and installation procedure
• Performed a functional checkout of the machine
• Followed the Service Manual and completed the Lab Exercise

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