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SOMATOM Definition AS CT

Installation Instructions System Installation Instructions for SOMATOM Definition AS

This document is valid for: SOMATOM Definition AS with 20/40/64/128 slice configuration SOMATOM Definition AS Mobile CT © Siemens, 2007

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Copyright “© Siemens, 2007“ refers to the copyright of a Siemens entity such as Siemens Aktiengesellschaft - Germany, Siemens Shenzhen Magnetic Resonance Ltd. - China, Siemens Shanghai Medical Equipment Ltd. - China, Siemens Medical Solutions USA Inc. - USA and/or Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics Inc. - USA. Document Version Siemens reserves the right to change its products and services at any time. In addition, manuals are subject to change without notice. The hardcopy documents correspond to the version at the time of system delivery and/or printout. Versions to hardcopy documentation are not automatically distributed. Please contact your local Siemens office to order current version or refer to our website http://www.healthcare.siemens.com. Disclaimer Siemens provides this documentation “as is“ without the assumption of any liability under any theory of law. The installation and service of equipment described herein requires superior understanding of our equipment and may only be performed by qualified personnel who are specially trained for such installation and/or service.

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1 _______ General information______________________________________________ 7 Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Preliminary steps for the installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Preliminary steps for the customer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . General preliminary steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Auxiliary transport tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Abbreviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Anchoring and packaging types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Documents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Contact address for updating the documentation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Standard delivery volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Safety information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Working with heavy loads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Electrostatic discharge (ESD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Protection against electrical accidents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Information regarding radiation protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Persons and tools required to set up the components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Time required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Definition AS - Mobile CT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 General information for mobile CT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 General Information for Definition AS with RTP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

2 _______ PDC __________________________________________________________ 23 General information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Weights and dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Personnel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Service tools and equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Earthquake safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Unpacking the PDC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Checking for transport damage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Transporting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Removing the PDC from the pallet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Installing the PDC at its final location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . In earthquake-prone areas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . In all other areas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Installing the UPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Definition AS Mobile CT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Weight and dimensions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Installing the mobile PDC cabinet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

3 _______ IRSmx2/3______________________________________________________ 44 General information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Weights and dimensions - IRSmx2b . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Weights and dimensions - IRSmx2c . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Weights and dimensions - IRSmx3b . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Table of Contents Weights and dimensions - IRSmx3c . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Weights and dimensions - IRSmx3d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Personnel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Service tools and equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Transporting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Unpacking the IRS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Checking for transport damage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Removing the IRS from the pallet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Assembling the IRS at its installation location. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Definition AS Mobile CT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50

4 _______ Gantry ________________________________________________________ 51 General information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Weights and dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Personnel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tools and auxiliary materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Earthquake safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Unpacking the gantry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Checking for transport damage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Transporting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Removing the gantry from the pallet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Assembling the gantry at its installation location. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Removing the covers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . In earthquake-prone areas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . In all other areas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Removing the gantry transport frame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Removing the transport safety devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

59 59 71 74 75 75

Z-Laser Preparation (only for Definition AS with RTP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Definition AS Mobile CT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83

5 _______ PHS-1B _______________________________________________________ 87 General information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Weights and dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Personnel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tools required for installing the PHS-1B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Drilling the Holes for Floor Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Positioning the PHS (Patient Table). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Leveling the PHS-1B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Installing the Cable Trench and Cable Cover between the Gantry and PHS. . . . . . . Cable Routing below the Flooring without the Cable Trench . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Establishing Electrical Connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Installing the PHS Covers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Installing the Center Cover and Back Basin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Installing the Base Cover, Bottom Arc Sheet and Electronics Cover. . . . . . . . . . . . .

87 87 87 87 88 90 92 95 96 97 97 98 98

6 _______ PHS2/3/4 (Patient Table) ________________________________________ 101 General information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101

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Weights and dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Personnel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Tools and auxiliary materials. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Unpacking the patient table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Checking for transport damage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Transporting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Removing the patient table from the pallet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Assembling the patient table at its installation location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Removing the transport safety devices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 Establishing electrical connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 Installing the Covers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Installing the support brackets for the covers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Installing the upper cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Attaching the covers for the hydraulic cylinder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Installing the electronics cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Definition AS Mobile CT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126

7 _______ MPT and MPT2 (Patient Table) ___________________________________ 130 General information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Weights and dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Personnel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tools and auxiliary materials. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Unpacking the patient table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132 Checking for transport damage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132 Transporting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133 Removing the patient table from the pallet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133 Assembling the patient table at its installation location (without the RTP option). . . . . 135 Assembling the patient table at its installation location (only with the RTP option) . . . 143 Removing the transport safety devices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157 Establishing electrical connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158 Installing the Covers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160 Important information for attachment of foot and top covers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161 Attaching the covers for the hydraulic cylinder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164

8 _______ ICS/CTAWP and Control Box ____________________________________ 172 General information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Weights and dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Personnel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tools and auxiliary materials. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Unpacking the ICS/CTAWP and control box. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 Checking for transport damage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 Transporting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174 Assembling the ICS/CTAWP at its installation location. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175 Unpacking and installing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175 Definition AS Mobile CT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 178

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9 _______ System Connections ___________________________________________ 179 General information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Personnel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tools and auxiliary materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cable designations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cable routing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bending radius. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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List of fix points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184 Wiring diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 187 Voltage and protective conductor cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 187 Control and data lines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 188 Connecting the components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cabling details for the Gantry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cabling details for the PHS2/3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cabling details for the PDC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

189 189 190 191

10 ______ Cooling System _______________________________________________ 194 General information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 194 Personnel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 194 Tools and auxiliary materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 194 Connecting the water hoses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 195 Installing the hose connection pieces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197 Installing the gantry connectors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198 Connecting the water hoses with W/A split cooling system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 199 Installing the connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Filling the cooling water circuit with on-site water supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201 Filling the secondary cooling water circuit with the 15kW W/A split cooling system . . . 202 Filling the secondary cooling water circuit with the 12kW and 17kW W/A split cooling system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204

11 ______ Final Work Steps ______________________________________________ 206 Measuring the protective conductor resistance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206 General information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206 Installing the Gantry Covers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 208 Cleaning the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212 Disposing of the packing material . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 213 Installation Protocol. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 214

12 ______ Changes to previous version ____________________________________ 215 13 ______ Index ________________________________________________________ 216

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This document describes all steps necessary to install the Somatom Definition AS CT system. Every system is subjected to extensive testing and adjustment at the factory in accordance with prescribed technical conditions and tolerances. It is delivered in the respective customer-specific configuration. All additional adjustments required are described in this document.

NOTE

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The packaging of each component includes a label which represents the temperature gradient. It is mandatory that you read and adhere to the information on this label.

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Preliminary steps for the installation

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Preliminary steps for the customer

0

To guarantee the correct installation, ensure that all preliminary work specified in the Planning Guide has been performed Detailed information regarding room preparation, system transport, and other requirements for the installation are presented in the following document: Document name

Print number

Planning Guide (PG) Definition AS

C2-029.891.01.xx.02

English version Planning Guide (PG) Mobile CT

C2-029.891.03.xx.02

English version The current version of this document is available only via the Siemens Intranet. The document may be viewed on the CS home page: https://intranet.medical.siemens.com/cs The on-site project manager is responsible for all room and system-related preparations. The following prerequisites have to be met:

• Room construction has been completed and the room has been cleaned. • Power and cold water connections are available. • The internal resistance of the on-site power supply corresponds to the requirements in the planning guide.

• The radiation protection equipment has been installed and is fully functional (walls, doors, lead glass).

• The transport route for the system is known and there are no obstructions (dimensions, access, load).

General preliminary steps

0

• Only the preliminary steps listed in the Planning Guide are required.

Auxiliary transport tool

0

• If the gantry has to be moved in via crane, ensure that a crossbeam with an asymmetric or adjustable center of gravity is used.

• The transport frame for the Gantry has to be available.

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9 For countries outside Europe: The transport frame for the Gantry is not included in the delivery volume for every country. Depending on the country-specific regulations, it may have to be ordered separately prior to system delivery. Part Number: 10358000; Dept. CS ML (Service Tools)

NOTE

Auxiliary tools for moving heavy loads (e.g. forklift, cable winch, crane) must be available.

Abbreviations

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Abbreviations

Description

CT

Computed Tomography System

ESD

Electrostatic Sensitive Device

HV

High Voltage

HW

Hardware

SW

Software

ICS

Image Control System (Navigator/syngo Acquisition Workplace)

IES

Image Evaluation System (Wizard/syngo CT Workplace)

IMS

Image Measurement System

IRS

Image Reconstruction System

LAN

Local Area Network

PC

Personal Computer

PD

Power Distribution

PDC

Power Distribution Cabinet

PG

Planning Guide

PHS

Patient Handling System

UPS

Uninterruptible Power Supply

AWP

Acquisition Workplace (Navigator, Image Control System)

CTWP

CT Workplace (Wizard, Image Evaluation System)

MPT

Multi Purpose Table

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Anchoring and packaging types NOTE

1.2

Adhere to all country-specific requirements and regulations. In some areas (e.g., earthquake zones), the components have to be anchored to the floor. The anchoring materials have to be provided by the on-site project manager.

NOTE

Various packaging types are used depending on the destination, the type of transport, or county-specific ordinances. The table below provides an overview of the various packaging types.

Transport type

Type of packaging

Delivered directly from the factory by No wooden crates, all components on pallets, truck (all European countries) pink ESD film over all components Air cargo in special air cargo contain- No wooden crates, all components on pallets, ers (e.g., North America) pink ESD film over all components Standard ocean or air cargo packag- All components in wooden crates ing (all other countries) If desired: components additionally protected by waterproof film in the wooden crates (e.g., tropical countries) Ocean or air cargo for countries with All components in special wooden crates specific quarantine regulations (e.g., Australia, New Zealand, Oceania) The following description regarding the unpacking of components refers to the standard ocean and air cargo packaging.

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Documents

1.3

The blue "Technical Documentation" binder contains a complete overview regarding documents included in the delivery volume as well as their print numbers. The following documents are included in the delivery volume for the system:

• Technical documentation (blue binder) Contains the installation instructions, instructions for the acceptance test, test instructions, and safety information

• System Owner Manual Contains customer and system-specific information.

• Operator Manual Contains the operating instructions, patient planning, and CT logbook

• Operator Manual syngo CT Workplace Contains the operating instructions

• Release Notes

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Contact address for updating the documentation

1.4

This document has been developed on the basis of all of our current knowledge and experience to ensure a correct, problem-free installation. To ensure the best possible quality, these instructions have been reviewed and released by qualified personnel from the respective work area. Please contact us via the Email address below should you find typographical errors or unclear descriptions, or if you would like to make concrete suggestions for improvement or provide feedback: Email: [email protected]

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Standard delivery volume Tab. 1

1.5

Overview - standard assemblies

Component

Description

Gantry and PHS

The gantry is a standalone system. It contains a tube with an integrated HV generator. The gantry is either water cooled or air cooled through a fully integrated heat exchanger. If it is water cooled, the cold water supply is connected directly to the gantry. The patient table contains telescope bars that are used to adjust the height. The table has to be anchored to the floor.

Fig. 1:

Power Distribution Cabinet (PDC)

Illustration: Gantry and patient table

The PDC cabinet adapts the line voltage and distributes the supply voltages to the individual subsystems. It contains the stationary part of the generator and the Ethernet switches (internal and external). The UPS is installed in the PDC on-site. The PDC for Mobile CT has a specially constructed base frame and additional bracings.

Fig. 2:

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Description

Image Reconstruction System

The image reconstruction system reconstructs images from the acquired data.

(Computer cabinet)

Fig. 3:

Image System (IMS) Components

Illustration: IRSmx2 tower

The IMS contains the CTAWP (tower PC), the IRS (computer cabinet), a monitor, a keyboard, a mouse, and a control box. PC keyboards may be ordered according to country-specific requirements.

ICS_PD IES_PD Monitor

is a multiple socket outlet for the ICS or IES IT components and the optional digital video splitter (DVI). It is attached to the back of the operating console near the ICS or IES. A 19" TFT flat screen color monitor is included in the delivery volume. Additional information and images: Refer to the CT Planning Guide, print no. CT00-000.891.01, Chapter “General Information”; ; “Monitor” column in the table.

Control box

Is a console in addition to the standard keyboard of the IMS and includes all CT-specific operating elements. An intercom for communicating with the patient, ON/OFF functions, functional buttons and a radiation indicator are integrated.

Router / VPN

Refer to the CT Planning Guide, print no. CT00-000.891.01, Chapter “General Information;” for additional information.

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Component

Description

Ethernet switch

Two Ethernet switches are delivered with the CT system:

• internal switch for data transfer between the ICS, IRS, Gantry, and the PDC

• external switch for data transfer between the Remote IES, DICOM cameras, and the network printers The Ethernet switches are installed in the PDC cabinet. UPS

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The UPS is included on the standard delivery volume of the CT system. The UPS is installed in the PDC cabinet on-site, and supplies the IMS, Ethernet switches, and parts of the control system with power for several minutes in case of power failure or other voltage problems.

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Safety information

1.6

NOTE

Please adhere to the safety instructions in the documents (General Safety Notes TD00-000.860.01.xx.xx) and (Product-specific Safety Notes (Definition AS) C2-029.860.01.xx.xx).

Working with heavy loads

0

Protective clothing has to be worn for your own protection (safety boots, gloves, etc.).

NOTE

Put on the protective clothing prior to working on the system.

Electrostatic discharge (ESD)

0

The components are delivered in a pink plastic film. The film protects against dirt and prevents electrostatic discharge. Some system components contain electrostatically-sensitive devices. E

NOTE

Keep these components sheathed in plastic until they are required. Wear an ESD arm band if you are going to touch electrical assemblies or parts.

Protection against electrical accidents

0

Switch off the main voltage at the installation location and ensure against accidental switch on:

• until you start up the system • before parts or assemblies are replaced. Beginning with "System Start-Up", power is required.

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Dangerous voltages are present when the system is switched on. Dangerous voltages may be present even when the system is switched off due to capacity power. Risk of electric shock! ¹ Observe power-off instructions and discharge wait times (allow at least five minutes discharge time after the last scan for all involved HV and UDC/UPS parts). ¹ Secure the system against unintended switch-on (e.g. block breaker and/or mark breaker against switch on). ¹ Ensure via measurements that all voltages are switched off. ¹ Connect the stationary and rotating parts of the gantry to a protective conductor prior to working in the gantry.

Information regarding radiation protection

0

Radiation can be released during the steps described under "System Start-up." X

NOTE

All necessary radiation protection means should be in place prior to releasing radiation. All persons participating in system start-up have to wear a dosimeter to record radiation exposure.

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Persons and tools required to set up the components

1.7

Please note that four people are required to transport the gantry. Refer also to (Personnel / p. 51) The tools and auxiliary devices required to install the components are described with the respective component.

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Time required

1.8

Approx. 40 hours should be required for the steps described in the following chapters.

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Definition AS - Mobile CT

1.9

The SOMATOM Definition AS is also developed for installation and integration into a trailer. The mobile CT system consists of a standard Definition AS System with a “mobile CT option”. The mobile CT is always delivered with a water-cooled gantry and a PHS2 patient table. Contents of the mobile CT option:

• Gantry tilt fixture • PHS fixture • Mobile PDC cabinet

Fig. 4:

Mobile CT overview (example)

Pos. 1

Gantry

Pos. 2

Patient table PHS2

Pos. 3

ICS / CTAWP

Pos. 4

IES / CTWP or MMWP (optional)

Pos. 5

PDC

Pos. 6

IRSmx2

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General information for mobile CT

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NOTE

A precise horizontal alignment of the trailer is necessary before installing the mobile CT. The trailer must be securely resting on the ground on its telescopic supports. For more information refer to the Mobile CT Planning Guide CT02-029.891.03.xx.02.

NOTE

The final installation of the SOMATOM Definition AS and CT Mobile option should begin only when the mobile coach has been prepared according to the specifications.

NOTE

Planning and projecting the mobile CT must always be done according to the planning information described in the Mobile CT PG and the Definition AS system PG, and must be strictly followed. The special mobile CT related information is described in the Mobile CT PG. CT related information is described in Definition AS system PG.

NOTE

The trailer manufacturers normally install the CT system themselves (after their personnel have received the necessary training). If preferred, the trailer manufacturer could use Hegele to install the system.

NOTE

The infrastructure and the site preparation (e.g. availability of power, water, air conditioning, etc.) has to be finished prior to system arrival! For each project, the actual data/information and planning guides have to be used! It is in the responsibility of the project manager to check the intranet for the latest version of the documents.

Safety information for mobile CT NOTE

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General Information for Definition AS with RTP

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The list below is a procedure overview for RTP installation only. Some parts are described in the startup instructions. Overview of installation and startup steps: 1. Gantry preparation 2. Gantry alignment 3. Z-laser preparation 4. PHS preparation 5. PHS alignment 6. Complete installation 7. Startup system 8. Horizontal PHS movement 9. PHS fine adjustment 10. Gantry fine adjustment 11. RTP phantom check 12. Gantry laser adjustment

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Weights and dimensions

0

2PDC

Weight in kg

Dimensions (L/W/H) in mm

543

900/700/1950

Personnel

0

One person is required for this work step.

Service tools and equipment

0

Tools and auxiliary materials

Use

Pry bar (ocean and air cargo)

Opening the transport crates

Vacuum cleaner

In areas prone to earthquakes only

Hammer drill

In areas prone to earthquakes only

Various drills

In areas prone to earthquakes only

Forklift

Transport

Standard tool kit

Earthquake safety NOTE

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Adhere to all country-specific requirements and regulations. In some areas (e.g., earthquake zones), the PDC has to be anchored to the floor. The anchoring materials have to be provided by the on-site project manager.

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PDC

Unpacking the PDC

2.1

1. Position the transport crate outside the examination room. 2. Remove all nails and fasteners with the nail puller. 3. Remove the top and sides of the wooden crate.

Checking for transport damage

0

After removing the transport crate, examine the PDC for transport damage.

NOTE

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Transporting

2.2

Using a forklift, move the PDC near its final installation location.

NOTE

The center of the gravity of the PDC is located at the upper area of the cabinet. It may tip while being transported with a forklift.

Removing the PDC from the pallet

0

1. Remove 2 screws each in back and in front used to attach the crossbeams to the pallet. 2. The crossbeams of the transport pallet can now be removed. 3. Remove the four white metal covers to the right and left, or in front and in back at the bottom. 4. Remove the four screws at the lower four corners that are securing the PDC to the pallet. 5. For additional steps, please follow the instructions included with the PDC.

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Fig. 5:

Step 1

Fig. 6:

Step 2

Fig. 7:

Step 3

Fig. 8:

Step 4

Fig. 9:

Step 5

Fig. 10: Step 6

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Installing the PDC at its final location NOTE

2.3

Prior to finalizing the location of the PDC, please check that you have finished routing all cables through the cabinet that will subsequently no longer be accessible.

For the installation location, refer to the project plan or ask the on-site project manager. Prior to positioning the PDC in its final installation location, install all covers that will not be accessible once the cabinet is correctly positioned. For example, if it is to be positioned in the left corner of the room, install the left and back covers prior to the final installation.

Fig. 11: Example of cabinet in corner Pos. 1

Wall

Pos. 2

Cabinet

In earthquake-prone areas NOTE

0

There is a drilling template in the PDC. Remove the drilling template from the PDC after installation.

NOTE

Don't position the drilling template directly at the wall. Always keep a 1 cm distance between the drilling template and the wall.

1. Position the drilling template on the floor at the final installation location. 2. Drill the holes in accordance with the template and remove the dust with the vacuum cleaner.

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PDC 3. Ensure that the holes extend deep enough into the concrete and not just into the floor covering. 4. Remove the drilling template. 5. Position the PDC at its final location. 6. Secure the PDC at its final installation location using the anchoring materials provided. 7. Open the PDC. 8. Remove the cover for the high-voltage connections (Fig. 12 / p. 28).

Fig. 12: High-voltage cover - PDC Pos. 1

Cover of HV connection

Pos. 2

Mounting screws

In all other areas

0

1. Lift the PDC with a forklift and position it at its final installation location. 2. Open the PDC. 3. Remove the cover for the high-voltage connections (Fig. 12 / p. 28).

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Installing the UPS

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Fig. 13: UPS - location in PDC Pos. 1

UPS with accumulator pack

UPS type GXT2

• Install the UPS using the installation instructions included with the UPS. Subsequently, connect it in the PDC.

• Position the jumper as shown in the picture (Fig. 14 / p. 30). • Switch the breakers to position “1”. • Connect the UPS network interface to the internal switch in the PDC. UPS type GXT3

• Install the UPS and connect it in the PDC. • Position the plug as shown in the picture. Close cover again after plugging. (Fig. 21 / p. 34).

• • • • •

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Switch the input and output (“UPS available”) breakers to position “1” (Fig. 18 / p. 33). Connect the UPS network interface to the internal switch in the PDC. GXT 3 front (Fig. 15 / p. 31). Display of UPS type GXT 3 (Fig. 17 / p. 32). Plug X108 and X109 and secure safety clamp (Fig. 19 / p. 33).

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Fig. 14: Back overview of UPS Pos. 1

Jumper

Pos. 2

Breakers

Pos. 3

Network interface card

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Fig. 15: UPS type: GXT3 Pos. 1

3 attachment screws for the accumulator cover

Pos. 2

Accumulator cover

Pos. 3

Two accumulators

Pos. 4

Connectors of the accumulators

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Fig. 16: UPS - screws, cables, and safety clamps Pos. 1

“ON/ OFF” - push buttons

Pos. 2

Safety clamp

Pos. 3

Attachment screw for safety clamp

Pos. 4

X108 (AC input to UPS)

Pos. 5

X109 (AC output from UPS)

Fig. 17: Display of the GXT 3

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Fig. 19: GXT3, installed: front view

Fig. 18: GXT3: input and output breakers

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Fig. 20: GXT3, rear, opened cover for plug

Fig. 21: GXT 3, rear, without cover: plug visible

NOTE

There is a drilling template in the PDC. Remove the drilling template from the PDC after installation.

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The PDC cabinet for the Mobile CT option has a specially constructed base frame and bracings. For this reason, the weight and dimensions are different than the standard PDC cabinet.

Weight and dimensions

0

Weight in kg

Dimensions (L/W/H) in mm

650

903/700/1984

Installing the mobile PDC cabinet NOTE

0

The mobile PDC cabinet must always be mounted to the floor when installing in a trailer. The mounting material is not part of the mobile kit and must be provided by the trailer vendor.

NOTE

The extraction forces, material and dimensions for the mounting material of all system components have to be calculated, defined and provided by the trailer manufacturer (According to the Trailer - Type Test Specification). According to IEC 60601-1, it is mandatory that the 4-fold safety factor be observed.

• Unpack the mobile PDC (Unpacking the PDC / p. 24). • Using a forklift, move the PDC to a crane. • Remove the 4 screws used to attach the cross-beams to the pallet at the back and front of the PDC.

Fig. 22: Mobile PDC pallet Pos. 1

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PDC • Remove the cross-beams from the pallet. • Remove all 4 covers of the mobile PDC (8 screws on each side).

Fig. 23: Mobile PDC cover Pos. 1

Cover

Pos. 2

8 screws

• At the lower four corners, remove the 4 screws that are securing the PDC to the pallet.

Fig. 24: Mobile PDC mounted on the pallet Pos. 1

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37 • Attach 4 lifting brackets (delivered with the system) at the top of the PDC.

Fig. 25: PDC lifting brackets

• Remove the mobile PDC from the transport pallet with a crane. • Move the PDC on its ball casters to the final installation location.

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PDC NOTE

Prior to positioning the PDC in its final installation location, install all covers that will not be accessible once the cabinet is correctly positioned.

Fig. 26: Mobile PDC Pos. A

Front view

Pos. B

Top view

Pos. 1

Ball casters

• The PDC has to be installed on a metal plate.

Fig. 27: Metal plate for PDC

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39 • Secure the rear bearing plate at the trailer floor using 3 screws.

Fig. 28: PDC bearing plate Pos. 1

3 screws

Pos. 2

Bearing plate

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PDC • Push the PDC on its ball casters into the notches of the rear bearing plate.

Fig. 29: PDC installation

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41 • Lift the front of the PDC and put under the front bearing plate. Then lower the front of the PDC.

Fig. 30: Installing the front bearing plate

• Install the PDC using 8 screws (screw spec: M8; strength 8.8; length must be determined by the trailer manufacturer) on a steel mounting base from underneath the trailer. (Installing the PDC at its final location / p. 27)

• Install the UPS (Installing the UPS / p. 29).

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PDC • Install the bracings to the mobile PDC - Using the delivered 4 screws, Mount the angle plate (1/Fig. 31 / p. 42) into the lower right corner of the PDC. - Attach both bracing bars (2/Fig. 31 / p. 42) and tighten swivels (1/Fig. 32 / p. 43) by hand. Tighten the counter nuts (2/Fig. 32 / p. 43) to a torque of 25 Nm.

Fig. 31: Mobile PDC with mounted bracings Pos. 1

Angle plate

Pos. 2

Bracing bar

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Fig. 32: Mobile PDC bracing bar Pos. 1

Swivel

Pos. 2

Counternut

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IRSmx2/3 3-

General information

0

Weights and dimensions - IRSmx2b

0

3IRSmx2/3

Weight in kg

Dimensions (L/W/H) in mm

57 (77 with pallet)

320/751/530

Weights and dimensions - IRSmx2c

0

Weight in kg

Dimensions (L/W/H) in mm

52 (72 with pallet)

320/751/530

Weights and dimensions - IRSmx3b

0

Weight in kg

Dimensions (L/W/H) in mm

42 (65 with pallet)

310/780/500

Weights and dimensions - IRSmx3c

0

Weight in kg

Dimensions (L/W/H) in mm

40 (63 with pallet)

310/780/500

Weights and dimensions - IRSmx3d

0

Weight in kg

Dimensions (L/W/H) in mm

51 (74 with pallet)

310/780/500

Personnel

0

One person is required for this work step.

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Service tools and equipment

0

Tools and auxiliary materials

Use

Pry bar (ocean and air cargo)

Opening the transport crates

Cordless screwdriver with various bits

Removing the IRS from the pallet

Vacuum cleaner

In areas prone to earthquakes only

Hammer drill

In areas prone to earthquakes only

Various drills

In areas prone to earthquakes only

Standard tool kit

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Transporting

3.1

Move the IRS on its pallet near its final installation location.

NOTE

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Do not move the IRS over uneven sections of the floor. Vibrations can damage the IRS.

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Unpacking the IRS

3.2

1. Remove all nails and fasteners with the pry bar if necessary. 2. Remove the top and sides of the wooden crate if necessary.

Checking for transport damage

0

After removing the transport crate, examine the IRS for transport damage, e.g., due to moisture or external forces.

NOTE

In case of transport damage, inform the local project manager immediately.

Removing the IRS from the pallet

0

• Adhere to the instructions hanging from the side of the IRS.

Fig. 33: IRSmx2/3 delivery state

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IRSmx2/3

Assembling the IRS at its installation location NOTE

3.3

The IRS is air-cooled by internal ventilators. Unimpaired circulation from the intake and outlet has to be ensured. For correct cooling, a minimum distance of 100 mm at the back and 150 mm at the front between the IRS and other objects is required! Never put the IRS into a closed cabinet; otherwise, it will overheat!

NOTE

For the exact installation location, refer to the project plan or ask the on-site project manager. The IRS can also be installed in a room adjacent to the examination room.

• For the installation, fold down the spacers at the back of the IRS. This is necessary to maintain the minimum distance to the wall.

Fig. 34: IRSmx-towers: Spacers and rollers Pos. 1

Spacers with rollers UP; transporting position

Pos. 2

Spacers with rollers DOWN; installation position

NOTE

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After connecting the IRS power cable, attach the electric shock protection and switch on the IRS main power switch at the back (Fig. 35 / p. 49).

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Fig. 35: IRSmx2/3 electric shock protection and power switch Pos. 1

Electric shock protection

Pos. 2

Main power switch

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IRSmx2/3

Definition AS Mobile CT NOTE

3.4

The IRS tower must always be mounted to the floor when installing in a trailer. The mounting material is not part of the mobile kit and must be provided by the trailer vendor.

NOTE

The extraction forces, material and dimensions for the mounting material of all system components have to be calculated, defined and provided by the trailer manufacturer (Trailer - Type Test Specification). According to IEC 60601-1, it is mandatory that the 4-fold safety factor be observed.

• Unpack the IRS and remove it from the transport pallet. (Unpacking the IRS / p. 47) • Assemble the IRS at its installation location in the trailer. (Transporting / p. 46)(Assembling the IRS at its installation location / p. 48)

• Secure the IRS to the floor using 2 tensioning straps and the sidewise dogs.

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General information

0

Weights and dimensions

0

4Gantry

Weight in kg

Dimensions (L/W/H) in mm

approx. 2230

2359/931/1980

Personnel

0

Four persons are required for this work step.

Tools and auxiliary materials

0

Tools and auxiliary materials

Use

Pry bar (ocean and air cargo)

Opening the transport crates

Hammer drill

Drilling the holes

Various drills

Drilling the holes

Vacuum cleaner

Cleaning the drill holes

Standard tool kit Torque wrench, 25-130 Nm

Tightening the screws for the transport frame

Transport frame

Moving the gantry

Loctite 243

Securing the transport brackets in the back

NOTE

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If a ceiling stand is included in the delivery volume, it has to be installed prior to installing the gantry.

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Gantry NOTE

The gantry has to stand on its four adjustable feet. The four adjustable feet have to be directly on concrete, not on a floor covering. The floor covering may have to be cut out in some cases to enable the gantry feet to be directly placed on concrete. Proceed with great care when pushing or pulling the plastic gantry covers. Doing so could result in damage or misalignment of the cover panels. Do not move the gantry across an uneven floor. Hard impact against the gantry could damage sensitive parts (e.g., ball bearings). When transporting the gantry, always check the height and width of doors and corridors to prevent collisions. The transport frames have to be uniformly adjusted in height to prevent the gantry from tilting over.

NOTE

The covers of the gantry can be easily damaged. Handle them with the greatest of care.

Earthquake safety NOTE

0

Adhere to all country-specific requirements and regulations. In some areas (e.g., earthquake zones), the gantry has to be anchored to the floor. The anchoring materials have to be provided by the on-site project manager.

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Unpacking the gantry

4.1

1. Place the crate containing the gantry on the floor. 2. Remove all nails and fasteners with the pry bar. 3. Remove the top and sides of the wooden crate.

NOTE

Do not remove the protective plastic wrap before the gantry has been brought to its installation location!

Fig. 36: Gantry with protective plastic wrap

Checking for transport damage

0

After removing the transport crate, examine the gantry for transport damage, e.g., due to moisture or external forces.

NOTE

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Gantry

Transporting

4.2

NOTE

It is not allowed to crane the CT gantry by its transport frame. For further craning information, please refer to the Planning Guide.

NOTE

If the gantry is to be pushed across a slanted surface, secure it with e.g. a cable winch.

Use the transport frame to move the gantry to its final destination. Turning the transport frame wheels in the proper direction prior to lifting the gantry simplifies its movement. 1. Lift the gantry up a uniform 50 mm (approximately). 2. Move the gantry to its installation location. NOTE

Transport with the rollers swivelled in (A/Fig. 37 / p. 55) is permissible only when narrow places make it impossible to transport the system with the rollers swivelled out (B/Fig. 37 / p. 55). Hazardous conditions. Component may tip over! As soon as the system has passed through narrow passages, the transport rollers must be swivelled out again!

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Fig. 37: Detailed dimensions: Transportation device Pos. (A)

Top view; rollers swivelled in

Pos. (B)

Top view; rollers swivelled out

Removing the gantry from the pallet

0

1. Remove the four parts (two on each side) used to secure the gantry to the pallet.

Fig. 38: Gantry on pallet Pos. 1

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Gantry 2. Remove the frame from the pallet.

Fig. 39: Gantry transport frame on pallet

3. Open the latches.

Fig. 40: Latch mechanism

4. Use the wheel to rotate the jacks to the back and close the latch again 5. Attach the two arms of the transport frames with screws to the right and left of the gantry. Use the supplied M12x70 screws for this purpose.

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57 NOTE

Ensure that both square centering bars at each arm of the transport frame lock into the notches in the gantry to ensure a correct form fit.

Fig. 41: Form fit

T

6. Tighten the screws M12x70 with 77 Nm +/- 10%. Refer to the transport frame instructions. 7. Insert the spacers and then insert the screws previously removed. 8. Attach the two back arms of the transport frame to the gantry with screws. Insert the spacer at the same time. NOTE

T

Ensure that both square centering bars lock into the notches in the gantry to ensure a correct form fit.

9. Tighten the screws M12x70 with 77 Nm +/- 10%. Refer to the transport frame instructions. 10. Secure the spacers to the back arms of the transport frame using the two screws previously removed. 11. Attach the 4 cranks to the transport frame.

Fig. 42: Attaching the cranks Pos. 1

Crank

12. Lower the transport frame wheels uniformly down to the floor.

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Gantry 13. Using the transport frames, uniformly lift the gantry approx. 5 - 10 mm above the pallet. Lifting the gantry

Lowering the gantry

Fig. 44: Lowering the gantry Fig. 43: Lifting the gantry

To lift the gantry, turn the crank counterclockwise.

NOTE

To lower the gantry, press the locking device and turn the crank clockwise.

Lift and lower the gantry only when level.

14. Move the gantry to the side and remove the pallet. 15. For the remaining transport, the gantry should be no higher than 50 mm above the floor.

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Assembling the gantry at its installation location

4.3

For the installation location, refer to the project plan or ask the on-site project manager.

Removing the covers

0

Remove the following covers and store them together in a separate room.

• Remove right cover.

Fig. 45: Right cover

- Loosen the 2 securing screws (arrows). - Pull upper cover out from its positioning clamps. - Remove right cover.

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Gantry • Remove right lid and the right front cover.

Fig. 46: Right front cover

- Pull the 2 latches (item 1) to release and remove the lid (item 2). - Pull the cover toward the right side of the gantry (lower arrow) until it stops. Tilt the top toward the patient table (upper arrow) and lift out the front cover.

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61 • Remove rear right cover

Fig. 47: Rear right cover

- Pull the cover toward the gantry right side (lower arrow) until it stops. Tilt the top (upper arrow) and lift out the side front cover.

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Gantry • Remove the left cover

Fig. 48: Left cover

- Loosen the 2 securing screws (item 1). - Pull bottom of the cover out from its positioning clamps. - Remove the cover.

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63 • Remove the left lid and the left front cover.

Fig. 49: Front left cover

- Remove the 2 attachment screws (item 1), release and remove the lid (item 2). - Pull the cover toward the gantry left side (lower arrow) until it stops. Tilt the top toward the patient table (upper arrow) and lift out the side front cover.

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64

Gantry • Remove the rear left cover

Fig. 50: Rear left cover

- Remove the 2 attachment screws (item 1), release and remove the lid (item 2). - Pull the cover toward the gantry left side (lower arrow) until it stops. Tilt the top (upper arrow) and lift out the side front cover.

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65 • Opening the upper front ring segment (systems delivered through October, 2010)

Fig. 51: Upper front ring segment

- Loosen the 3 securing locks (arrows) using a TX30 Torx key. - Pull (item 1) and push (item 2) top of upper front ring segment out of its normal position until the outer end position is reached (distance in/out approx. 11cm). - Disconnect all cable connections on the inner left side of the front segment (item 3).

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Gantry - Upper front ring segment, lift up

Fig. 52: Upper front ring segment opened

- Lift the upper front ring segment with one hand. - Remove supporting stand from its parking position and extend it until it is locked. - Secure the supporting stand to the lock (arrows). ¹ Perform the work steps given above for the left and right supporting stands.

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67 • Opening the upper front ring segment (systems delivered Nov. 2010 and later)

Fig. 53: Upper front ring segment

- Loosen the 3 securing locks (arrows) using a TX30 Torx key. - Pull (item 1) and push (item 2) top of upper front ring segment out of its normal position until the outer end position is reached (distance in/out approx. 11cm). - (item 3) location of service switch S301 NOTE

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Gantry • The supporting stands (lifting rods) are located at the rear right cover (Fig. 54 / p. 68)). Put two of them together (screw and push) and position them at the left and right holders in the gantry ((Fig. 55 / p. 68)).

Fig. 54: Location of supporting stand: gantry cover, right rear

Fig. 55: Parking position, supporting stands

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69 • Lift the upper ring segment - Lift upper front ring segment with one hand. - Take one supporting stand completely out of the holder and put it into the upper locking position (see arrow). - Secure the other end of the supporting stand in the lower locking position (arrow). -

Fig. 56:Gantry, front view

¹ Perform above work steps for left and right supporting stand. ¹ After this, push the upper ring segment downwards to ensure that it ends up in the correct position !

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Gantry • Remove the lower front ring segment and the plastic ring from the gantry.

Fig. 57: Lower front ring segment

- Remove the four M8 nuts (item 1). - Remove the plastic cap and loosen the screw (item 2).

Fig. 58: Plastic cap

NOTE

The plastic caps are delivered with the Service and Adjustment Tool Kit.

- Pull the lower front ring segment toward you and lift it out of the gantry. - Remove the plastic ring from the gantry.

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71 NOTE

Proceed with care when deinstalling or installing the sealing ring. Do not scratch the sealing ring.

In earthquake-prone areas

NOTE

0

An earthquake kit for the gantry is available: Order no.: 8097920 Includes only shims and washers. There are no anchors and screws included in this kit!

The gantry has to be anchored to the floor. The anchoring materials have to be provided by the on-site project manager.

Fig. 59: Fasteners for gantry Pos. 1

Anchors

Pos. 2

Washers

Pos. 3

Underlayer

NOTE

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Gantry 1. Position the gantry template provided by the project manager at the location assigned to the gantry. 2. Use the template to mark the position of the gantry feet and the holes that have to be drilled to anchor the gantry to the floor. 3. Remove the template. 4. Cut out the floor covering in the area where the gantry will be located. NOTE

The gantry feet have to be directly on concrete, not on floor covering.

5. Drill the holes for anchoring the gantry. 6. Remove the dust from the holes with a vacuum cleaner. 7. Position the gantry at its installation location. 8. The gantry feet have to positioned precisely where the floor covering was removed. 9. Ensure that the feet of the gantry extend at least 2 mm and at most 5 mm. 10. Lower the gantry and remove the transport frame (Removing the gantry transport frame / p. 75). 11. Level the gantry using the gantry feet, while taking into account the tolerances specified. Use a digital level. NOTE

The gantry feet cannot extend by more than 15 mm (including floor unevenness). Otherwise, the screw thread may be crushed by the weight of the gantry.

NOTE

The clinometer should be positioned only at the locations specified, not on the plastic covers. (Fig. 60 / p. 73)(Fig. 61 / p. 74) The gantry has to be aligned in both positions to 90° +/- 0.2°.

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73 NOTE

After leveling, the following conditions must be met:

• The gantry may not wobble or tilt • The gantry must stand on its own • The gap between the gantry and floor should be less than 5 mm

Fig. 60: Gantry position 1

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Gantry

Fig. 61: Gantry position 2

12. Anchor the gantry to the floor using the materials provided. Note the strength class of the screws.

In all other areas

0

1. Position the template provided by the project manager at the location assigned to the gantry. 2. Mark the position of the gantry feet using the template. 3. Remove the template. 4. Remove the floor covering in the areas where the gantry feet will be located. NOTE

The gantry feet have to be directly on concrete, not on floor covering.

5. Position the gantry at its installation location. 6. The gantry feet have to positioned exactly where the floor covering was removed. 7. Ensure that the feet of the gantry extend at least 2 mm and at most 5 mm. 8. Lower the gantry uniformly and remove the transport frame (Removing the gantry transport frame / p. 75).

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75 9. Level the gantry using the gantry feet, while taking into account the tolerances specified. Use a digital level. NOTE

The gantry feet cannot extend by more than 15 mm (including floor unevenness). Otherwise, the screw thread may be crushed by the weight of the gantry.

NOTE

The clinometer should be positioned only at the locations specified, not on the plastic covers. The gantry has to be aligned vertically at 90° +/- 0.2°. The gantry has to be aligned horizontally at 0° +/- 0.2°.

NOTE

After leveling, the following conditions must be met:

• The gantry may not wobble or tilt • The gantry must stand on its own • The gap between the gantry and floor should be less than 5 mm

Removing the gantry transport frame

0

1. Remove the eight screws used to attach the transport frame to the gantry. 2. Remove the four screws used to secure the transport frame spacers. 3. The transport frame can now be removed from the gantry by pulling it out.

Removing the transport safety devices NOTE

0

After removing the transport safety devices, all parts must be collected and stored with the customer's system equipment.

Transport safety screws

• All transport safety devices are painted red. There are 4 transport safety screws in the rotating part of the gantry. ¹ All transport safety devices have to be loosened and removed.

• The transport safety screws located at three positions in the gantry front. For example refer to (Pos. 1/Fig. 62 / p. 76).

• At the top left positions there are two transport safety screws (Fig. 65 / p. 76). Both have to be removed.

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Gantry

Fig. 62: Transport safety screw positions Pos. 1

Transport safety screws (top left position has two screw points)

Fig. 63: Transport safety screws

Fig. 65: Transport safety screws: top left gantry Pos. 1

Rear transport safety drilling for fixing the rotating part

Pos. 2

One of three transport safety threaded drillings

Fig. 64: Attached transport safety screw Pos. 1

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77 Rotation locking device

• After all screws have been removed, check the rotation locking device of the gantry. It has to be unlocked (1/Fig. 66 / p. 77).

Fig. 66: Gantry rotation locking device Pos. 1

Rotation locking device (unlocked)

Mounting the safety tilt bracket (only with Gantry Tilt Option) NOTE

With Gantry Tilt Option (Fig. 67 / p. 77) the Safety Tilt Bracket has to be mounted to the operation position. Without Gantry Tilt Option (Fig. 68 / p. 78)the Safety Tilt Bracket has to be left in the transport position!

Fig. 67: Label (gantry with tilt option)

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Gantry

Fig. 68: Label (gantry without tilt option)

• Remove the 2 screws (left side of the gantry).

Fig. 69: Safety tilt bracket (transport position) Pos. 1

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79 • Remove the safety tilt bracket and turn it 180°.

Fig. 70: Safety tilt bracket

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Gantry • Mount the safety tilt bracket with the 2 screws and tighten both screws to 31 Nm.

Fig. 71: Attaching the safety tilt bracket

Fig. 72: Saftey tilt bracket (operating position) Pos. 1

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Z-Laser Preparation (only for Definition AS with RTP) NOTE

4.4

The Z-laser is already preadjusted at the factory. This procedure is only a control check.

• Install a plumb-line at a height of approximately 200 cm at the wall opposite to the gantry (1/Fig. 73 / p. 81).

• Connect the power supply delivered with the RTP Adjustment Kit to the Z-laser. • Rotate the Z-laser to 12 o’clock and move the plumb-line until the Z-laser is congruent with the plumb-line. Mark the laser at three points on the wall (2/Fig. 73 / p. 81).

• Rotate the Z-laser to 6 o’clock and move the plumb-line until the Z-laser is congruent with plumb-line. Mark the laser at three points on the wall (2/Fig. 73 / p. 81).

Fig. 73: Z-laser preparation Pos. 1

Plumb-line

Pos. 2

Mark

Pos. 3

Z-laser

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Gantry • Check the tolerances between 12 and 6 o’clock marks. Distance (gantry Z-laser to wall)

Tolerance at the wall (laser line at the 6 o’clock and 12 o’clock mark)

3.2 m (table end)

2.0 mm

3.2 m - 3.5 m

2.2 mm

3.5 m - 4.0 m

2.5 mm

4.0 m - 4.5 m

2.8 mm

4.5 m - 5.0 m

3.1 mm

5.0 m - 5.5 m

3.4 mm

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Definition AS Mobile CT NOTE

4.5

The gantry must always be mounted to the floor when installing in a trailer. The mounting material is not part of the mobile kit and must be provided by the trailer vendor.

NOTE

The extraction forces, material and dimensions for the mounting material of all system components have to be calculated, defined and provided by the trailer manufacturer (Trailer - Type Test Specification). According to IEC 60601-1, it is mandatory that the 4-fold safety factor be observed.

• Unpack the gantry as described in (Unpacking the gantry / p. 53). • Remove the gantry from the pallet and attach the transport frame to the gantry as described in (Transporting / p. 54).

• Remove all four adjustable feet from the gantry. (The gantry has to be mounted on underlayer (shims) not at the adjustable feet! The shims are used to level the gantry and to provide a gap between gantry and floor.The shims are part of the mobile kit.)

• Unlock the gantry tilt fixture. - Move the tilt fixture to working position. Secure it with the torque wrench to 25 Nm. The torque wrench is delivered with the Mobile CT (Fig. 76 / p. 83).

Fig. 74: Gantry tilt fixture in transport position

Fig. 75: Gantry tilt fixture in working position

Fig. 76: Torque wrench

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Gantry NOTE

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In transport position, the pin of the gantry tilt fixture has to protrude approx. 15mm from the cover.

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85 • Install and align the gantry on the shims in the trailer. Bolt the gantry to the floor with 8 screws. (Screw spec: M16; strength 8.8; length must be determined by the trailer manufacturer) (Assembling the gantry at its installation location / p. 59)

Fig. 77: Detailed dimensions - mounting holes of gantry /patient table Pos. (A)

Overview (top view) of the location of the mounting holes

Pos. (B)

Detailed dimensions of the location of the mounting holes

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Gantry Pos. 1

Slice plane

Pos. 2

Holes for floor mounting in gantry; diameter 22 mm

Pos. 3

Holes for floor mounting in PHS; diameter 22 mm

• Remove the transport frame from the gantry. (Removing the gantry transport frame / p. 75)

• Remove all transport safety screws from the gantry. (Transport safety screws / p. 75) • Unlock the gantry rotation locking device. (Rotation locking device / p. 77)

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NOTE

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The patient table cannot stand independently without the transport device. It requires a wooden support under the foot end. Otherwise, it will tip over. The wooden support should be positioned correctly. Otherwise, it will damage the sensor. We recommend having a second person assist when installing the patient table.

Weights and dimensions

0

Weight in kg

Dimensions (L/W/H) in mm

approx. 500

2468/692/1044

Personnel

0

Two persons are required for this step.

Tools required for installing the PHS-1B

0

Tools and auxiliary materials

Use

Pry bar (ocean and air cargo)

Opening the transport crates

Angle square, leg length at least 200 mm

Aligning the drilling template

15 mm stone drill

Drilling the holes

Vacuum cleaner

Cleaning the drill holes

Hammer

Installing the screw anchor

Standard tool kit

Universal use

Torque wrench, 25-130 Nm

Tightening the screws

Silicone

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Drilling the Holes for Floor Mounting NOTE

0

Bolting the PHS to the floor is mandatory. The installation materials included in the delivery volume are suitable for flush or surface mounting (concrete/subfloors). The customer is responsible for determining suitable anchoring methods as well as for procuring installation materials for other floor types.

Fig. 78: PHS1B drilling template and spacer plate Pos. 1

Drilling template

Pos. 2

Spacer plate

Pos. 3

Primary holes

Pos. 4

Alternative holes

Pos. 5

Holes for cable trench

NOTE

The patient table has to be bolted to the floor using 4 screws, one at each corner. As an alternative to the primary holes, the alternative holes may be used for installing the patient table to the floor, depending on the conditions of the floor at the local site. The lower part (80 mm) of the Hilti anchor must be inserted into the concrete base. The anchors must not be inserted into the floor cement.

• Attach the drilling template to the gantry and align it with the center of the gantry.

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• Using an angle square, ensure that the drilling template is at a precise 90 degree angle to the gantry. NOTE

The leg length of the angle square has to be at least 200 mm. Check the 90 degree angle at both sides of the drilling template.

• Drill the four holes (position 3 or 4 on the drill template) in the floor. Drill the holes using a 15 mm diameter drill bit for the Hilti anchor. Refer to the label on the drill template for the drilling procedure. NOTE

Use the primary holes of the drilling template whenever possible. The alternative holes should only be used if the primary holes cannot be used.

Fig. 79: Floor mounting PHS - anchor with and without floor covering Pos. (A)

Without floor covering

Pos. (B)

With floor covering

Pos. 1)

Minimum depth of drill hole

Pos. 2)

Flooring

Pos. 3)

Cut-out

Pos. 4)

Screed

Pos. 5)

Concrete

Pos. 6)

HILTI anchor HSL-3G M10/60

Pos. 7)

HILTI anchor HSL-3G M10/120

Pos. 8)

Adjustable foot of the patient table

• Drill the holes for the cable trench.

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PHS-1B • Remove the flooring at the patient table location in accordance with the drawing (site layout) for direct contact between the table base and concrete.

• Clean the holes using a vacuum cleaner with a small nozzle. The following materials and tools are included in the delivery volume (packed in the box with the patient table covers): -

8 Hilti anchors with a 15 mm drill bit 4 Allen screws M8 x 35 (strength = 8.8) 4 Allen screws M8 x 25 (strength = 8.8) Large and small washers Spacer shims 4 threaded rods, 170 mm length (strength = 8.8) 4 size 10 locking edge washers 4 metric hexagon nuts M8 Hexagon rod 135 mm NOTE

If threaded rods are used, cut them to the proper length. The distance between the floor cement and the upper end of the threaded rods has to be 45 mm.

Positioning the PHS (Patient Table) NOTE

0

We recommend that a second person assist when installing the table.

• Remove the four mounting screws at the table base that secure the patient table to the pallet. Two in front and two in back.

• Place the wooden ramp next to the pallet.

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• Raise the patient table to its maximum position by turning the four transport rollers in clockwise direction on the transport device.

Fig. 80: Illustration: PHS 1B with transport device on palette Pos. 1

Transport device

Pos. 2

Palette

Pos. 3

Ramp

NOTE

Do not lift the patient table by the handle at the end of the patient table.

• Carefully move the patient table down the ramp. If the patient table will not be positioned at its final destination, remove the wooden support from the pallet and put the wooden support under the table for stabilization. NOTE

The patient table cannot stand alone without the transport device. It requires a wooden support under the foot end. Otherwise, it will tip over. However, even with a wooden support, the table remains unstable. It may tip over by just touching it.

• Carefully move the patient table to the installation location and position the patient table over the drilled holes. NOTE

The drilling template remains under the patient table as a support plate.

• Adjust the patient table to the centered drilling template.

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Leveling the PHS-1B

0

• Alignment with leveling tool - Turn the gantry by hand until the X-ray tube (on the drum, look for the label with “XRT”) is in the 6 o'clock position. Then lock the position using the rotation safety lock. The rotation safety lock is located on the front of the gantry, at the bottom right (Pos. 1/Fig. 108 / p. 111).

Fig. 81: Cable routed on the flooring with cable duct before installing the cover

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93 - Position the leveling tool on the plane on the left side of the X-ray tube and on the plane in front of the motor brake of the patient table's grounding plate. For the positioning locations, see (Fig. 85 / p. 93) and (Fig. 84 / p. 93).

Fig. 83: Diagram for using the leveling tool Pos. 1

Plane location on the left side of X-ray tube

Pos. 2

Plane location near the motor brake of the patient table's grounding plate

Fig. 84: Position of the leveling tool on the PHS1B

Fig. 85: Position of leveling tool, gantry side Pos. 1

X-ray tube

Pos. 2

Digital level attached with adhesive tape

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PHS-1B - Attach a digital level with adhesive tape to the middle of the leveling tool (Pos. 2/Fig. 85 / p. 93). - Adjust the leveling tool to 0.0° ±0.1° using the transport frame and the four outer adjustable feet.

Fig. 86: Adjustable foot Pos. 1

Adjustable foot

Pos. 2

Counter nut

- Loosen the counter nut on each of the adjustable feet. - Screw the four adjustable feet to the floor and lower the transport frame. ¹ The drilled holes must be visible through the four adjustable feet of the patient table base plate. - Loosen the counter nut on each of the adjustable feet. - Insert the four floor mounting screws plus washers, or the Hilti anchors.

Fig. 87: PHS leveling

• Alignment in the X direction Level the patient table in the X direction to 0.0 (±0.2) using the four adjustable feet. Use a digital spirit level. ¹ The tolerance of ±0.2 is the maximum specification. The adjustment of the patient table should be as close to 0.0 as possible!

• Alignment in the Z direction Level the patient table in the Z direction to 0.0 (±0.2) using the four adjustable feet. Use a digital spirit level. ¹ The tolerance of ±0.2 is the maximum specification. The adjustment of the patient table should be as close to 0.0 as possible!

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Installing the PHS NOTE

When the alternative holes are used, the U-shaped metal shims (Fig. 88 / p. 95) must be inserted at the anchoring positions in order to compensate for the space between the PHS base and the floor.

Fig. 88: Position of the shims under the patient table Pos. 1

• • • •

Anchor screw

Tighten all counter nuts for the adjustable feet. Use Loctite 221 to secure the screws or nuts used to attach the table to the anchors. Tighten the nuts in the Hilti anchors, using a torque of 50 Nm. After leveling the patient table, check the positioning again with the drill template and the gantry.

• Remove the spacer plate between the PHS and the gantry (2/Fig. 78 / p. 88). • There must be a silicone strip between the patient table base and the floor. NOTE

Silicone is not part of the delivery, it must be provided locally by the project manager. The color of the silicone can be chosen by the customer.

• Remove the leveling tool and unlock the safety lock on the gantry. • After the patient table is anchored to the floor, the transport frame of the patient table can be removed.

Installing the Cable Trench and Cable Cover between the Gantry and PHS NOTE

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PHS-1B NOTE

For installing the cable trench it is necessary to cut out the base cover.

• Position the flat part of the cable trench between the gantry and patient table and align it with the cable outlets at the gantry and PHS.

• Secure the cable trench to the floor using screws with anchors or double-sided adhesive tape.

• Insert the cables into the cable trench and route them into the patient table.

Fig. 89: Cable routed on the flooring with cable duct before installing the cover

• Install the cover on the cable trench. • Attach the cable cover with Elastosil E41 silicone adhesive or similar.

Fig. 90: Cable trench installed

Cable Routing below the Flooring without the Cable Trench

0

The cable conduit must be provided on-site in the floor.

• Do not cut out the PHS front cover or gantry cable cover. • Route the cables from the gantry through the on-site cable conduit into the PHS. • Attach the cable cover using Elastosil E41 silicone adhesive or similar.

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Establishing Electrical Connections

0

Establish the following connections Gantry -> PHS1B: Cable

Socket

W006

X701

W032

PE700

W058

X705

W072

X703

Installing the PHS Covers

0

Cover Overview

Fig. 91: PHS-1B: Covers, rear view Pos. 1

Tabletop

Pos. 2

Rubber bumper

Pos. 3

Back cover

Pos. 4

Back basin

Pos. 5

Bottom arc sheet

Pos. 6

Base cover

Pos. 7

Cover plates, right side (R1, R2, R3)

Pos. 8

Center cover

Pos. 9

Electronics cover

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Fig. 92: PHS-1B: Covers, front view Pos. 1

Front cover

Pos. 2

Base cover

Installing the Center Cover and Back Basin

0

• Move the table into the uppermost position. Installing the Center Cover

• Attach the Center Cover. • Attach the center cover with 4 attachment screws. 2 screws at the rear and 2 at the front of the center cover. Installing the Back Basin

• Attach the back basin. • Attach the back basin with 4 attachment screws from below.

Installing the Base Cover, Bottom Arc Sheet and Electronics Cover

0

Installing the Bottom Arc Sheet

• Attach the bottom arch sheet. • Attach the bottom arc sheet with 3 adjustment screws.

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Installing the Base Cover (left and right side)

• Attach the left and right base cover. • Make sure that the wheels of the bottom arc sheet are on top of the bottom cover guides (see arrow).

Fig. 93: Bottom arc sheet

• Attach the left and right base cover. • Attach the base cover with 4 attachment screws on the left and right side of the cover.

Fig. 94: Base cover Pos. 1

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PHS-1B • Attach the base cover with 2 attachment screws on the front and back of the base cover.

Fig. 95: Base cover - front view Pos. 1

Attachment screws

Fig. 96: Base cover - rear view Pos. 1

Attachment screws

Installing the Electronics Cover

• Attach the electronics cover with 2 attachment screws on both sides of the electronics cover.

Fig. 97: Electronics cover - attachment screws, left side

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Weights and dimensions

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Weight in kg

Dimensions (L/W/H) in mm

approx. 500

2430/750/850

Personnel

0

Two persons are required for this work step.

Tools and auxiliary materials

0

Tools and auxiliary materials

Use

Pry bar (ocean and air cargo)

Opening the transport crates

Angle square, leg length at least 200 mm

Aligning the drilling template

15 mm stone drill

Drilling the holes

Vacuum cleaner

Cleaning the drill holes

Hammer

Installing the screw anchor

Standard tool kit

universal use

Torque wrench, 25-130 Nm

Tightening the screws

Open-end wrench, 36 mm

Setting the table feet

Leveling tool (included in delivery volume for newer systems)

To align the gantry and PHS to the same height level (included in delivery volume)

NOTE

The patient table has to stand on its four adjustable feet. The adjustable feet are on a metal drilling template. The drilling template has to be positioned directly on concrete, not on the floor covering. The drilling template is equal to the footprint of the patient table base and is used as a help to cut out the floor covering. The floor covering may have to be cut out in some cases to enable the patient table drilling template to be directly placed on concrete.

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PHS2/3/4 (Patient Table) NOTE

Anchoring the table to the floor is mandatory. Four anchoring holes have to be drilled. Use the material included in the delivery volume to anchor the patient table to the floor with screw anchors and screws. If another form of anchoring is to be used, it has to be agreed by the project manager In this case, the project manager has to provide the materials required.

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Unpacking the patient table

6.1

1. Place the transport crate outside the examination room. 2. Remove all nails and fasteners with the pry bar. 3. Remove the top and sides of the wooden crate.

Checking for transport damage

0

After removing the packaging, examine the patient table for transport damage, e.g., due to moisture or external forces.

NOTE

In case of transport damage, inform the local project manager immediately.

Fig. 98: PHS delivery state

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Transporting

6.2

Removing the patient table from the pallet

0

1. Remove all 4 fasteners that secure the patient table to the pallet.

Fig. 99: Patient table base plate Pos. 1

Attachment

Pos. 2

Adjustable foot

Pos. 3

Counter nut

2. Lower the transport rollers on the screws, which in turn raises the patient table.

Fig. 100: Patient table transport frame Pos. 1

Screws to raise/lower

3. Lift the patient table with the transport rollers so that there is a 20 mm gap between the table and the pallet. 4. Place the ramp on the pallet.

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5. Move the patient table from the pallet to the floor via the ramp.

Fig. 101: PHS on the ramp

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Assembling the patient table at its installation location CAUTION

6.3

[ hz_serdoc_F13G12U01M01 ]

Tip over of patient table Risk of injury ¹ Patient table has to be secured to the transport frame or to the floor

Fig. 102: Patient table drilling template Pos. 1

Primary holes

Pos. 2

Alternative holes

Pos. 3

Spacers

NOTE

The drilling template has to be positioned directly on concrete, not on the floor covering. The floor covering may have to be cut out in some cases to enable the patient table drilling template to be directly placed on concrete.

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1. Attach the drilling template with the spacers directly to the gantry and align it with the center of the gantry (Do not use spacers or washers between the drilling template and gantry).

Fig. 103: Template attached correctly

2. Using the angle square, ensure that the drilling template is at a precise 90 degree angle to the gantry.

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PHS2/3/4 (Patient Table) NOTE

The leg length of the angle square has to be at least 200 mm. Check the 90 degree angle at both sides of the drilling template.

Fig. 104: PHS2/3 drilling template Pos. 1

Drilling template

Pos. 2

Template attached to the gantry

Fig. 105: PHS drilling template attached to the gantry

3. Drill the holes using the guide jacket included in the delivery volume. Ensure that the guide jacket is locked accurately into the drilling template. The drill depth in the concrete floor must be a minimum of 90 mm.

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- Drill depth: Ensure that the screw anchors sit a minimum of 70mm (this value is marked with a serrated ring at the anchor) in the concrete and not just in the floor covering.

Fig. 106: Floor mounting PHS - anchor with and without floor covering Pos. (A)

Without floor covering

Pos. (B)

With floor covering

Pos. 1)

Minimum depth of drill hole

Pos. 2)

Flooring

Pos. 3)

Cut-out

Pos. 4)

Screed

Pos. 5)

Concrete

Pos. 6)

HILTI anchor HSL-3G M10/60

Pos. 7)

HILTI anchor HSL-3G M10/120

Pos. 8)

Adjustable foot of the patient table

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Use the holes toward the center of the drilling template whenever possible (1/Fig. 102 / p. 106). The outer holes should be considered as an alternative only (2/Fig. 102 / p. 106).

NOTE

If you are using the alternative holes, adapt the positions of the adjustable feet accordingly.

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Fig. 107: Drilling with drilling template and guide jack

4. Remove all dust from the holes with the vacuum cleaner. 5. Position the patient table over the drilled holes so that the adjustable feet (2/Fig. 99 / p. 104)are aligned with the drilled holes. NOTE

The drilling template remains under the patient table as a support plate.

6. Lower the patient table on to the drilling template using the transport frame. NOTE

Risk of patient table overturn! The transport frames may be disassembled only after the table has been anchored to the floor with screws.

7. Carefully fold the spacer down to the floor together with the table electronics. You have to, however, first remove both transport brackets (Pos. 2/Fig. 116 / p. 117). 8. Using the angle square, ensure that the patient table is at a precise 90 degree angle to the gantry. NOTE

The leg length of the angle square has to be at least 200 mm. Check the 90 degree angle at both sides of the patient table.

After positioning the patient table at a 90 degree angle to the gantry, check the position of the drilling holes. The drilling holes must be visible through the four adjustable feet of the patient table base plate.

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9. Loosen the counter nut at each of the adjustable feet (3/Fig. 99 / p. 104). 10. Alignment with leveling tool - Turn the gantry by hand until the X-ray tube (at the drum, find the label with “XRT”) is in 6 o'clock position and lock the position using the rotation safety lock. The rotation safety lock is located at the gantry front/bottom right (Pos. 1/Fig. 108 / p. 111).

Fig. 108: Rotation safety bolt - lock position

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PHS2/3/4 (Patient Table) - Position the leveling tool on the plane at the left side of the x-ray tube and on the plane in front of the motor brake of the patient table’s grounding plate. For the positioning locations see (Fig. 112 / p. 112) and (Fig. 111 / p. 112).

Fig. 110: Diagram for using the leveling tool Pos. 1

Plane location at the left side of X-ray tube

Pos. 2

Plane location near the motor brake of the patient table's grounding plate

Fig. 111: Position of leveling tool at the side of the patient table

Fig. 112: Position of leveling tool, gantry side Pos. 1

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Digital spirit level fixed with adhesive tape

- Fix a digital spirit-level with adhesive tape in the middle of the leveling tool (Pos. 2/Fig. 112 / p. 112). - Adjust the leveling tool to 0.0° ±0.1° using the transport frame and the four outer adjustable feet. - After leveling the patient table, screw the four outer adjustable feet to the floor and lower the transport frame. 11. Alignment in X-direction Level the patient table in X-direction to 0.0° (±0.2°) using the four outer adjustable feet. Use a digital spirit-level as shown in the figure (Pos. 1/Fig. 113 / p. 113) ¹ The tolerance of ±0.2° is the maximum specification. The adjustment of the patient table should be as close to 0.0° as possible!

Fig. 113: Position of tilt water level on PHS Pos. 1

Tilt water level

12. Alignment in Z-direction Level the patient table in Z-direction to 0.0° (±0.2°) using the four outer adjustable feet. Use a digital spirit-level in the middle of the top support’s metal frame at each side. For the positioning of the digital spirit level refer to (Fig. 114 / p. 113).

Fig. 114: Patient table PHS -3 Pos. 1

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PHS2/3/4 (Patient Table) Measure at each side of the top support’s metal frame and evaluate these two values. For examples of this measurement evaluation refer to (Tab. 2 / p. 114), (Tab. 3 / p. 114) and (Tab. 4 / p. 114). ¹ The tolerance of ±0.2° is the maximum specification. The adjustment of the patient table should be as close to 0.0° as possible! Tab. 2

PHS adjustment in Z-direction - example 1

Example 1 for an angle measurement in Z-direction: Patient table orientation

Angle in Note regarding results Z-direction

Left side

-0.4°

The patient table adjustment in Z-direction is out of tolerance on each side.

Right side

-0.5°

¹ The patient table adjustment must be improved to 0.0 (±0.2°)!

Tab. 3

PHS adjustment in Z-direction - example 2

Example 2 for an angle measurement in Z-direction: Patient table orientation

Angle in Note regarding results Z-direction

Left side

-0.2°

The patient table adjustment in Z-direction is just within tolerance on each side.

Right side

-0.2°

¹ The patient table adjustment should be improved so that it is as close to 0.0° as possible!

Tab. 4

PHS adjustment in Z-direction - example 3

Example 3 for an angle measurement in Z-direction: Patient table orientation Left side Right side

Angle in Note regarding results Z-direction -0.2° +0.2° (or +0.1°)

The patient table adjustment in Z-direction is just within tolerance on each side, but in different directions (positive angle and negative angle). ¹ The patient table adjustment cannot be improved!

13. Verifying the alignment Check the alignment of the PHS again with a digital spirit-level. You must maintain the following tolerances: - X and Z directions: 0.0° ±0.2° - Leveling-tool (if available): 0.0° ±0.1° ¹ If at least one direction is not within tolerance you must correct it. After readjustment you must check the alignment in X direction, Z direction, and the leveling tool again. 14. Mounting of PHS

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- Tighten all counter nuts for the adjustable feet once the patient table is level. - Insert the anchor screws with washers 10.5x36x3 and nuts into the drilled holes. Use a hammer if necessary. NOTE

T

Anchors of two different lengths have been supplied. Use either the short or the long ones depending on the condition of the underflooring. Also refer to (Fig. 106 / p. 109).

- Tighten the anchors with 35 Nm using a torque wrench (wrench size 17 mm). ¹ If the threaded pin of the anchor is longer than 15 mm the base cover of the patient table cannot be installed! ¹ If the threaded pin of the anchor is longer than 15 mm, open the nut of the anchor. Turn the threaded pin with a screwdriver until the excess length is a maximum 15 mm. After this step, you have to tighten the anchor with 35 Nm again. 15. Remove the leveling-tool and unlock the safety lock (Pos. 1/Fig. 109 / p. 111). 16. After anchoring the patient table to the floor, the transport frame of the patient table can be disassembled.

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Removing the transport safety devices

6.4

Remove the three remaining red painted transport safety devices.

NOTE

After removing the transport safety devices, all parts must be collected and stored with the customer's system equipment.

Fig. 115: PHS - transport safety device - back

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Fig. 116: PHS - transport safety devices Pos. 1

Transport safety device for horizontally and vertical movements

Pos. 2

Transport safety device for PHS electronics

NOTE

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Establishing electrical connections NOTE

6.5

The cables are pulled back into the gantry for transport. Now, they have to be fed through the opening to the table. (Fig. 117 / p. 118)

Fig. 117: Cable routing from gantry to PHS

When the cables have been pulled through, they have to be connected as follows: Cable Socket W006 X701 W032 PE700 W052 X702 W058 X705 W072 X703 The cables from the back part of the table have to be connected again as well:

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Socket D702 X10 D702 X22 X25 X712 X713 X714 X714

After connecting the cables, the connecters of cables W058 and W766 have to be insulated. Secure the insulation with cable ties at both sides as shown in the figure.

Fig. 118: Insulation W058-W766 (PHS2/3) Pos. 1

Insulation

Pos. 2

Cable ties

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Extra cable from the gantry to the table has to be rolled up and attached in the gantry. Ensure that the rolled up overlengths of the cables DO NOT touch the rotating part of the gantry.

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Installing the Covers

6.6

NOTE

Before you attach the covers for the patient table, consult with the respective start-up personnel.

NOTE

The installation material required is included in the table accessories kit.

After the table adjustment has been checked, the missing covers can be attached.

Installing the support brackets for the covers

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• As shown in the graphics, the support brackets for the covers have to be installed at both sides and on the back. (1/Fig. 119 / p. 121)(1/Fig. 120 / p. 121)

Fig. 119: Mounting bracket for patient table cover

Fig. 120: Cover fastener - back

T

Pos. 1

Fastener for PHS cover

Pos. 2

Screw M6x16 with washer

• For this purpose, use two screws M6x16 each with washers. Tighten the screws with 10 Nm. (2/Fig. 119 / p. 121), (2/Fig. 120 / p. 121)

• After installing the left and the right brackets, insert the spacer screws with the lock nuts as shown below. (Fig. 121 / p. 122)

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Fig. 121: Spacer screw Pos. 1

Screw

Pos. 2

Lock nut

Installing the upper cover

0

• Push the tabletop all the way to the front. • Place the cover on the table at its installation location. NOTE

Insert the PE connection to establish a PE connection to the table.

• Attach the cover with the six panel screws provided. (1/Fig. 122 / p. 122)

Fig. 122: Top cover

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Attaching the covers for the hydraulic cylinder

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• Set the patient table to its minimum height. • The lowest covers are attached using pins and grommets as well as screws (Fig. 123 / p. 123); (Fig. 124 / p. 123).

• The pins have to lock into the grommets. • Two cables with plugs are located at the lowest cover. These have to be routed to the gantry.

• Install the covers in the order shown: NOTE

The item number is located inside the covers.

Item number, table cover

Screws and washers

1.

086 14 021 and 086 14 013

1 x countersunk screw M3x10 (front); 1 x countersunk screw M4x20 (back); 2 x socket cap screw M4x8, 2 x washer A4DIN 125A.

2.

086 14 039

4 x countersunk screw M3x6

3.

086 14 047

4 x countersunk screw M3x6

4.

086 14 054 and 086 14 062

4 x countersunk screw M3x10; 6 x socket cap screw M6x16; 6 x washer M6 DIN 125 A

Fig. 123: Pin and grommet

Fig. 124: Bottom cover - screws

• When attaching the top cover, all covers have to be shifted upward so that the top cover can be attached to the table.

• Attach the top cover to the table with a total of six screws (two in front, four in back).

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Fig. 126: Support cover, front

Fig. 125: Support cover, back

Installing the electronics cover • • • • • •

0

Establish connections with plugs X741a and X741b. Establish connections with plugs X751a and X751b. Ensure that you do not crush cables during the installation. Position the four pins of the cover exactly over the grommets. Press down on the cover so that all pins lock into the grommets. The cover is also secured by two additional safety screws, to the left and to the right.

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Fig. 127: Pin and grommet Fig. 128: Electronics cover

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Definition AS Mobile CT

6.7

NOTE

The mobile CT option is always delivered with a patient table PHS2.

NOTE

The PHS must always be mounted to the floor when installing in a trailer. The mounting material is not part of the mobile kit and must be provided by the trailer vendor.

NOTE

The extraction forces, material and dimensions for the mounting material of all system components have to be calculated, defined and provided by the trailer manufacturer (Trailer - Type Test Specification). According to IEC 60601-1, it is mandatory that the 4-fold safety factor be observed.

• Unpack the patient table as described in (Unpacking the patient table / p. 103). • Remove the patient table from the pallet. (Removing the patient table from the pallet / p. 104)

• Assemble the patient table at its installation location. (Assembling the patient table at its installation location / p. 106)

• Install and align the patient table in the trailer. Bolt the gantry to the floor with 4 screws. (Screw spec: M10; strength 8.8; length must be determined by the trailer manufacturer)

• Remove all transport safety devices from the patient table. (Removing the transport safety devices / p. 116)

• Establish the electrical connections. (Establishing electrical connections / p. 118) • Install the patient table covers. (Installing the Covers / p. 121) NOTE

The mobile CT requires special support brackets for the covers (Installing the support brackets for the covers / p. 121). The grommets of the support brackets for Mobile CT are made of plastic; the standard grommets are made of rubber (Fig. 127 / p. 125). The support brackets for the Mobile CT are included in the mobile kit.

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• Assembling the PHS mounting frame: - Mount the PHS mounting frame to the patient table (Fig. 129 / p. 127) (Fig. 130 / p. 128). - Mark the 3 positions of the drill holes for the PHS mounting frame (Pos.5 and Pos.6 in the graphic (Fig. 131 / p. 129)) - Remove the PHS mounting frame from the patient table. - Drill the 3 holes for the PHS mounting frame. - Tap a M12 inner thread at the drill hole in the middle (6/Fig. 131 / p. 129).

Fig. 129: PHS mounting frame - overview Pos. 1

Mounting frame

Pos. 2

Hand gear to fasten to floor

Pos. 3

Hand gear for height adjustment

Pos. 4

Lashing strap with circle jack

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Fig. 130: Detailed dimensions - PHS mounting frame Pos. (A)

Side view

Pos. (B)

Top view

Pos. 1

Mounting frame

Pos. 2

Position of the locating pins for arresting

Pos. 3

Position of the M12 thread for fastening the frame to the floor

Pos. 4

Mounting holes for PHS floor mounting

Pos. 5

Floor

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Fig. 131: Detailed dimensions - mounting frame Pos. 1

Mounting frame

Pos. 2

Hand gear for height adjustment

Pos. 3

Hand gear for fastening to floor and locking

Pos. 4

Lashing strap with circle jack

Pos. 5

Locating pins; suitable drill holes in the floor plate must be available (the trailer vendor must determine the diameter and depth)

Pos. 6

M12 thread; a suitable drill hole with M12 inner thread must be provided in the floor plate (the trailer vendor must determine the diameter and depth)

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General information

7MPT and MPT2 (Patient Table)

0

The MPT (Multi Purpose Table) is a “Patient Handling System” (PHS) for special medical applications, e.g. radio therapy, bariatric patients, and trauma applications. The tabletop can be exchanged by the user for the aforementioned special applications.

Weights and dimensions

0

Weight in kg

Dimensions (L/W/H) in mm

approx. 500

2430/750/850

Personnel

0

Two persons are required for this work step.

Tools and auxiliary materials

0

Tools and auxiliary materials

Use

Pry bar (ocean and air cargo)

Opening the transport crates

Angle square, leg length at least 200 mm

Aligning the drilling template

15 mm stone drill

Drilling the holes

Vacuum cleaner

Cleaning the drill holes

Hammer

Installing the screw anchor

Standard tool kit

universal use

Torque wrench, 10-130 Nm

Tightening the screws

Open-end wrench, 36 mm

Setting the table feet

Leveling tool (included in delivery volume for newer systems)

To align the gantry and PHS to the same height level

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The patient table has to stand on its four adjustable feet. The adjustable feet are on a metal drilling template. The drilling template has to be positioned directly on concrete, not on the floor covering. The drilling template is equal to the footprint of the patient table base and is used as a help to cut out the floor covering. The floor covering may have to be cut out in some cases to enable the patient table drilling template to be directly placed on concrete.

NOTE

Anchoring the table to the floor is mandatory. Four anchoring holes have to be drilled. Use the material included in the delivery volume to anchor the patient table to the floor with screw anchors and screws. If another form of anchoring is to be used, it has to be agreed by the project manager In this case, the project manager has to provide the materials required.

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Unpacking the patient table

7.1

1. Place the transport crate outside the examination room. 2. Remove all nails and fasteners with the pry bar. 3. Remove the top and sides of the wooden crate.

Checking for transport damage

0

After removing the packaging, examine the patient table for transport damage, e.g., due to moisture or external forces.

NOTE

In case of transport damage, inform the local project manager immediately.

Fig. 132: PHS delivery state

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Transporting

7.2

Removing the patient table from the pallet

0

1. Remove all fasteners that secure the patient table to the pallet.

Fig. 133: MPT base plate Pos. 1

Attachment

Pos. 2

Adjustable foot

Pos. 3

Counter nut

2. Lower the transport rollers on the screws, which in turn raises the patient table.

Fig. 134: MPT transport frame Pos. 1

Screws to raise and lower

3. Lift the patient table with the transport rollers so that there is a 20 mm gap between the table and the pallet.

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MPT and MPT2 (Patient Table) 4. Place the ramp on the pallet. 5. Move the patient table from the pallet to the floor via the ramp.

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Assembling the patient table at its installation location (without the RTP option) CAUTION

7.3

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Tip over of patient table Risk of injury ¹ Patient table has to be secured to the transport frame or to the floor

Fig. 135: MPT drilling template and spacer plate Pos. 1

Drilling template

Pos. 2

Spacer plate

Pos. 3

Primary holes (outer holes)

Pos. 4

Alternative holes (inner holes)

Pos. 5

Holes for cable trench

NOTE

The drilling template has to be positioned directly on concrete, not on the floor covering. The floor covering may have to be cut out in some cases to enable the patient table drilling template to be directly placed on concrete.

1. Attach the drilling template to the gantry and align it with the center of the gantry. The template must have contact with the gantry stand. 2. Using the angle square, ensure that the drilling template is at a precise 90 degree angle to the gantry. NOTE

The leg length of the angle square has to be at least 200 mm. Check the 90 degree angle at both sides of the drilling template.

3. Drill the holes using the guide jacket included in the delivery volume. Ensure that the guide jacket is locked accurately into the drilling template. The drill depth in the concrete floor must be a minimum of 90 mm.

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MPT and MPT2 (Patient Table) - Drill depth: Ensure that the screw anchors sit a minimum of 70mm (this value is marked with a serrated ring at the anchor) in the concrete and not just in the floor covering.

Fig. 136: Floor mounting PHS - anchor with and without floor covering Pos. (A)

Without floor covering

Pos. (B)

With floor covering

Pos. 1)

Minimum depth of drill hole

Pos. 2)

Flooring

Pos. 3)

Cut-out

Pos. 4)

Screed

Pos. 5)

Concrete

Pos. 6)

HILTI anchor HSL-3G M10/60

Pos. 7)

HILTI anchor HSL-3G M10/120

Pos. 8)

Adjustable foot of the patient table

NOTE

Use the outer holes of the drilling template whenever possible. The inner holes should be considered as an alternative only (Fig. 135 / p. 135).

NOTE

If you are using the alternative holes, adapt the positions of the adjustable feet accordingly.

4. If necessary, drill the holes for the cable trench. 5. Remove all dust from the holes with the vacuum cleaner. 6. Mark the contour of the drilling template. Cut out the floor covering of the MPT. 7. Position the patient table over the drilled holes so that the adjustable feet are aligned with the drilled holes.

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The drilling template remains under the patient table as a support plate.

8. Lower the patient table on to the drilling template using the transport frame. NOTE

Risk of patient table overturn! The transport frames may be disassembled only after the table has been anchored to the floor with screws.

9. Using the angle square, ensure that the patient table is at a precise 90 degree angle to the gantry. NOTE

The leg length of the angle square has to be at least 200 mm. Check the 90 degree angle at both sides of the patient table.

After positioning the patient table at a 90 degree angle to the gantry, check the position of the drilling holes. The drilling holes must be visible through the four adjustable feet of the patient table base plate. 10. Loosen the counter nut at each of the adjustable feet. 11. Remove the tabletop.

Fig. 137: MPT tabletop change

12. Alignment with leveling tool (if available)

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MPT and MPT2 (Patient Table) - Turn the gantry by hand until the X-ray tube (at the drum, find the label with “XRT”) is in 6 o'clock position and lock the position using the rotation safety lock. The rotation safety lock is located at the gantry front/bottom right (Pos. 1/Fig. 138 / p. 138).

Fig. 138: Rotation safety bolt - lock position

Fig. 139: Rotation safety bolt - unlock position

- Removing the cable bracket The cable bracket at the front right side has to be disassembled because the place reference for the leveling tool is located under it. a) b) c) d)

Remove the cable ties (Pos. 1/Fig. 140 / p. 138) Remove the PE connection X701 (Pos. 2/Fig. 140 / p. 138) Remove the cable bracket screw connection (Pos. 3/Fig. 140 / p. 138) Push the cable bracket to the side

Fig. 140: MPT cable bracket (front, right side) Pos. 1

Cable ties

Pos. 2

Screw attachments of bracket

Pos. 3

PE screw attachments

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- Position the leveling tool on the plane at the left side of the x-ray tube and on the plane in front of the motor brake of the patient table’s grounding plate. For the positioning locations see (Fig. 143 / p. 139) and (Fig. 142 / p. 139).

Fig. 141: Diagram for using the leveling tool Pos. 1

Plane location at the left side of X-ray tube

Pos. 2

Plane location near the motor brake of the patient table's grounding plate

Fig. 142: Position of leveling tool at the side of the patient table

Fig. 143: Position of leveling tool, gantry side Pos. 1

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Digital spirit level fixed with adhesive tape

- Fix a digital spirit-level with adhesive tape in the middle of the leveling tool (Pos. 2/Fig. 143 / p. 139). - Adjust the leveling tool to 0.0° ±0.1° using the transport frame and the four outer adjustable feet. - After leveling the patient table, screw the four outer adjustable feet to the floor and lower the transport frame. 13. Alignment in X-direction Level the patient table in X-direction to 0.0° (±0.1°) using the four adjustable feet. Use a digital spirit level as shown in the figure. ¹ The tolerance of ±0.1° is the maximum specification. The adjustment of the patient table should be as close to 0.0° as possible!

Fig. 144: Position of digital spirit level (X direction)

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14. Alignment in Z-direction Level the patient table in Z-direction to 0.0° (±0.1°) using the four adjustable feet. Use a digital spirit level at the four measuring points of the top support’s metal frame as shown at the figure.

Fig. 145: Position of digital spirit level (Z direction) Pos. 1

4 measuring points

Measure at each side of the top support’s metal frame and evaluate these two values. ¹ The tolerance of ±0.1° is the maximum specification. The adjustment of the patient table should be as close to 0.0° as possible! 15. Verifying the alignment Check the alignment of the PHS again with a digital spirit-level. You must maintain the following tolerances: - X and Z directions: 0.0° ±0.1° - Leveling-tool (if available): 0.0° ±0.1° ¹ If at least one direction is not within tolerance you must correct it. After readjustment you must check the alignment in X direction, Z direction, and the leveling tool again. 16. Mounting of PHS - Tighten all counter nuts for the adjustable feet once the patient table is level. - Insert the anchor screws with washers 10.5x36x3 and nuts into the drilled holes. Use a hammer if necessary. NOTE

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MPT and MPT2 (Patient Table) - Tighten the anchors with 35 Nm using a torque wrench (wrench size 17 mm). ¹ If the threaded pin of the anchor is longer than 15 mm the base cover of the patient table cannot be installed! ¹ If the threaded pin of the anchor is longer than 15 mm, open the nut of the anchor. Turn the threaded pin with a screwdriver until the excess length is a maximum 15 mm. After this step, you have to tighten the anchor with 35 Nm again. 17. Remove the leveling tool, unlock the safety lock (Pos. 1/Fig. 139 / p. 138). 18. Install the removed cable bracket. Tighten the bracket screws and PE connection X701 with 10 Nm. Secure the cables with cable ties again. 19. After anchoring the patient table to the floor, the transport frame of the patient table can be disassembled. 20. Install the tabletop again. 21. Remove the spacer plate (2/Fig. 135 / p. 135).

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Assembling the patient table at its installation location (only with the RTP option) 7.4 For RTP it is necessary to replace the adjustable feet of the patient table.

• Replace the 2 adjustable feet at the front of the patient table as shown in the picture.

Fig. 146: Adjustable feet for RTP installation Pos. 1

Adjustable feet

CAUTION

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Fig. 147: MPT drilling template and spacer plate Pos. 1

Drilling template

Pos. 2

Spacer plate

Pos. 3

Primary holes (outer holes)

Pos. 4

Alternative holes (inner holes)

Pos. 5

Holes for cable trench

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MPT and MPT2 (Patient Table) NOTE

The drilling template has to be positioned directly on concrete, not on the floor covering. The floor covering may have to be cut out in some cases to enable the patient table drilling template to be placed directly on the concrete.

1. Attach the drilling template to the gantry and align it with the center of the gantry. The template must have contact with the gantry stand. 2. Rotate the Z-laser to 6 o’clock and move the plumb-line until the Z-laser is congruent with plumb-line.

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3. Align the PHS drilling template middle-line with the Z-laser.

Fig. 148: Drilling template alignment Pos. 1

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MPT and MPT2 (Patient Table) 4. Drill the holes using the guide jacket (included in the delivery volume) as shown in the picture. The shown drilling position in the drilling templates are the preferred position. If needed, alternatives holes can be used of course. In case of using alternative holes, the adjustable feet must be moved to another position.

Fig. 149: Drilling holes for RTP installation Pos. 1

Drilling holes

Ensure that the guide jacket is locked accurately into the drilling template. Use the special drill (HILTI TE-CX) delivered with the RTP kit. The drill depth in the concrete floor must be a minimum of 90 mm. - Drill depth: Ensure that the screw anchors sit a minimum of 70 mm (this value is marked with a serrated ring at the anchor) in the concrete and not just in the floor covering. 5. If necessary, drill the holes for the cable trench. 6. Remove all dust from the holes with the vacuum cleaner. 7. Mark the contour of the drilling template. Cut out the floor covering of the MPT. NOTE

The drilling template remains under the patient table as a support plate.

8. Position the patient table over the drilled holes, so that the mounting holes from MPT are aligned with the drilled holes.

Fig. 150: MPT mounting holes for RTP Pos. 1

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9. Lower the patient table onto the drilling template using the transport frame. NOTE

Risk of patient table overturning. The transport frames may be disassembled only after the table has been anchored to the floor with screws.

10. Loosen the counter nut at each of the adjustable feet. 11. Remove the tabletop.

Fig. 151: MPT tabletop change

12. Alignment with leveling tool (if available) - Turn the gantry by hand until the X-ray tube (at the drum, find the label with “XRT”) is in the 6 o'clock position and lock the position using the rotation safety lock. The rotation safety lock is located on the gantry front/bottom right (Pos. 1/Fig. 152 / p. 147).

Fig. 152: Rotation safety bolt - lock position

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MPT and MPT2 (Patient Table) - Removing the cable bracket The cable bracket on the front right side has to be disassembled, because the position reference for the leveling tool is located under it. a) b) c) d)

Remove the cable ties (Pos. 1/Fig. 154 / p. 148) Remove the PE connection X701 (Pos. 2/Fig. 154 / p. 148) Remove the cable bracket screw connection (Pos. 3/Fig. 154 / p. 148) Push the cable bracket to the side.

Fig. 154: MPT cable bracket (front, right side) Pos. 1

Cable ties

Pos. 2

Screw attachments of bracket

Pos. 3

PE screw attachments

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- Position the leveling tool on the plane of the left side of the x-ray tube and on the plane in front of the motor brake of the patient table’s grounding plate. For the positioning locations, see (Fig. 157 / p. 149) and (Fig. 156 / p. 149).

Fig. 155: Diagram for using the leveling tool Pos. 1

Plane location at the left side of X-ray tube

Pos. 2

Plane location near the motor brake of the patient table's grounding plate

Fig. 156: Position of leveling tool at the side of the patient table

Fig. 157: Position of leveling tool, gantry side Pos. 1

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Digital spirit level fixed with adhesive tape

- Attach a digital spirit level with adhesive tape in the middle of the leveling tool (Pos. 2/Fig. 157 / p. 149). - Adjust the leveling tool to 0.0° ±0.1° using the transport frame and the four outer adjustable feet. - After leveling the patient table, screw the four adjustable feet to the floor and lower the transport frame. 13. Attach the 4 positioning adjustment tools to the 4 mounting holes of the patient table. - The threaded sleeve does not contact the grounding just yet. - Insert the 4 anchor screws with nuts and washers. Use a hammer if necessary. - Insert the adjustment screws into the positioning adjustment tool so that a lateral movement is possible.

Fig. 158: Attaching the positioning adjustment tool Pos. 1

Attachment points for the positioning adjustment tool

Pos. 2

Positioning adjustment tool

Pos. 3

Threaded sleeve

Pos. 4

Washer

Pos. 5

Anchor screw

Pos. 6

Adjustment screws

Pos. 7

Nut

Pos. 8

Washer

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14. Insert both index bars (last index position and 2nd index position)

Fig. 159: Attachment of the index bars

15. Rotate the Z-laser to 12 o’ clock. Check against the plumb-line at the wall.

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MPT and MPT2 (Patient Table) 16. Align the MPT with the positioning adjustment tools by using the adjustment screws.

Fig. 160: Positioning adjustment tool Pos. 1

2 adjustment screws

¹ Both index bar middle lines must be congruent with the Z-laser

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Fig. 161: PHS alignment with the Z-laser and index bars Pos. 1

Index bar

Pos. 2

Middle line on the index bar

Pos. 3

Z-laser

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MPT and MPT2 (Patient Table) 17. Alignment in the Z and X direction

Fig. 162: PHS leveling

Level the patient table in the Z and X direction to 0.0° (±0.1°) using the four adjustable feet. Use a digital spirit level as shown in the figure. Use the rear index bar as a stopper for the digital spirit level.

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The RTP tabletop has a concave form in the front as a countermeasure against deflection with patient load. The back side of the tabletop is flat. As a result, the leveling must done at the back side of the RTP tabletop.

Fig. 163: PHS alignment in the Z and X direction Pos. 1

Digital spirit level for the Z direction

Pos. 2

Digital spirit level for the X direction

¹ The tolerance of ±0.1° is the maximum specification. The adjustment of the patient table should be as close to 0.0° as possible. 18. MPT Mounting

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T

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When the alignment of the Z and X direction and center alignment is in tolerance, the MPT can mounted.

Tighten all counter nuts for the adjustable feet once the patient table is level. Screw the threaded sleeve to the ground. Remove the adjustment screw. Tighten the anchors with 35 Nm using a torque wrench (wrench size 17 mm). ¹ If the anchor is longer than 15 mm, the base cover of the patient table cannot be installed. ¹ If the anchor is longer than 15 mm, open the nut of the anchor. Turn the threaded pin with a screwdriver until the excess length is a maximum 15 mm. After this step, you have to tighten the anchor with 35 Nm again.

19. Remove the leveling tool, unlock the safety lock (Pos. 1/Fig. 153 / p. 147). 20. Install the removed cable bracket. Tighten the bracket screws and PE connection X701 with 10 Nm. Secure the cables with cable ties again. 21. After anchoring the patient table to the floor, the transport frame of the patient table can be disassembled. 22. Remove the spacer plate (2/Fig. 147 / p. 143). 23. Final check: ¹ After mounting the MPT, re-check the alignment of the Z and X direction and the center alignment. If needed, repeat the alignment again.

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Removing the transport safety devices

7.5

Remove the remaining red painted transport safety devices.

Fig. 164: Transport safety devices

Fig. 165: Attached safety devices

NOTE

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Establishing electrical connections NOTE

7.6

The cables are pulled back into the gantry for transport. Now, they have to be fed through the opening to the table.

Fig. 166: Cable routing from gantry to MPT

When the cables have been pulled through, they have to be connected as follows: Installation with cable trench: Cable

Socket

W006 (Gantry)

M700 X701 (MPT)

W032 (Gantry)

PE736 (MPT cable trench)

W032 (MPT)

PE736 (MPT cable trench)

W052 (Gantry)

X702 (MPT)

W058 (Gantry)

X705 (MPT)

W072 (Gantry)

X703 (MPT)

Installation without cable trench:

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M700 X701 (MPT)

W032 (MPT)

PE336 (Gantry)

W052 (Gantry)

X702 (MPT)

W058 (Gantry)

X705 (MPT)

W072 (Gantry)

X703 (MPT)

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After connecting the cables, the connecters of cables W058 and W766 have to be insulated. Secure the insulation with cable ties at both sides as shown in the figure.

Fig. 167: Insulation W058-W766 Pos. 1

Insulation

Pos. 2

Cable ties

NOTE

Extra cable from the gantry to the table has to be rolled up and attached in the gantry. Ensure that the rolled up overlengths of the cables do not touch the rotating part of the gantry.

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Installing the Covers

7.7

NOTE

With the RTP option, the PHS covers will be installed during the system startup, because some additional PHS adjustments are necessary for RTP.

NOTE

Before you attach the covers for the patient table, consult with the respective start-up personnel.

NOTE

The installation material required is included in the table accessories kit.

After the table adjustment has been checked, the missing covers can be attached.

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Fig. 168: MPT cover overview Pos. 1

Foot covers

Pos. 2

Lower telescopic covers

Pos. 3

Upper telescopic covers

Pos. 4

Top cover

Pos. 5

Cover sheet

Important information for attachment of foot and top covers

0

The foot and top covers, left and right, are attached using pins and grommets as well as screws. Six grommets (three on each side) are for the foot covers and two grommets are for the top covers. The pins lock into the grommets.

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Before installing these covers, carefully check the grommets, especially those between the foot switches, and replace any that are damaged. After the covers are installed, check the function of the foot switches. A set of 50 grommets (these are called "rubber couplings" in the SPC) is delivered with the system. They can also be ordered under material number 10092130.

Fig. 169: Grommets, foot side

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Fig. 171: Grommet between foot switches

Fig. 172: Grommets for top covers (gantry side)

Fig. 173: Brass pin on cover

Fig. 174: Example of a damaged grommet

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Attaching the covers for the hydraulic cylinder

0

1. Lower the patient table to a height of 630 mm (630 mm between tabletop and floor) 2. The foot covers (left Part.no. 8616414, right Part.no. 8616349) are attached using pins and grommets as well as screws. The pins have to lock into the grommets.

Fig. 176: Grommets front Pos. 1

Grommets

Fig. 175: Cover pin

Fig. 178: Grommets side Pos. 1

Grommets (left and right sides)

Fig. 177: Grommets back Pos. 1

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Fig. 179: Foot cover

• Secure the foot covers with 2 countersunk socket screws M3x6 at the front side.

Fig. 180: Foot cover front

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MPT and MPT2 (Patient Table) • Secure the foot covers with 2 countersunk socket screws M3x6 and a countersunk socket screw M4x20 (safety screw) at the front and back.

Fig. 181: Foot cover back Pos. 1

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• Attach the lower and upper telescopic covers (2x lower, part no. 8616380, 2x upper, part no. 8616398) and secure them with 2 countersunk socket screws M3x6 at the front and back.

Fig. 182: Mounted telescopic covers Pos. 1

Foot cover

Pos. 2

Lower telescopic cover

Pos. 3

Upper telescopic cover

• Attach the top covers (left part no. 8616372, right part no. 8616364)

Fig. 183: Mounting the top covers

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MPT and MPT2 (Patient Table) • At the front the pins from the top covers have to lock into the grommets.

Fig. 184: Grommets for the top covers Pos. 1

Grommets

• At the back hook in the pin from the top covers into the cover holder.

Fig. 185: Top covers back Pos. 1

Pin

Pos. 2

Cover holder

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• At the back secure the top covers with 2 countersunk socket screws M3x6 and 2 countersunk socket screws M6x16 with washers.

Fig. 186: Screws - top cover back Pos. 1

2 screws M6x16

Pos. 2

2 screws M3x6

• At the front secure the top covers with 2 countersunk socket screws M3x6 and 2 countersunk socket screws M6x16 with washers.

Fig. 187: Screws - top cover front Pos. 1

2 screws M6x16

Pos. 2

2 screws M3x6

• a) If the cables between the gantry and the MPT (W006, W032, W052, W058, W072) are routed under the floor, the cover sheet (5/Fig. 168 / p. 161) at the front of the foot covers has to be attached with 2 countersunk socket screws M4x10. b) If the cables between the gantry and the MPT (W006, W032, W052, W058, W072) are routed on the floor, a cable trench has to be installed.

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MPT and MPT2 (Patient Table) - Mount the cable trench to the floor with the two enclosed screws and washers. The ground point of the cable trench must be next to the gantry as shown in the figure (Fig. 189 / p. 170). - Route the cables without tension into the cable trench.

Fig. 188: Cables between gantry and MPT

Fig. 189: MPT cable trench without cover

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- Attach the cover of the cable trench with the 4 screws.

Fig. 190: Cable trench cover Pos. 1

4 screws

NOTE

Extra cable from the gantry to the table has to be rolled up and attached in the gantry. Ensure that the rolled up overlengths of the cables do not touch the rotating part of the gantry.

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General information

0

Weights and dimensions

0

8ICS/CTAWP and Control Box

Weight in kg

Dimensions (L/W/H) in mm

30

650/250/500

Personnel

0

One person is required for this work step.

Tools and auxiliary materials Tools and auxiliary materials

0

Use

Standard tool kit Pry bar (ocean and air cargo)

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Unpacking the ICS/CTAWP and control box

8.1

1. Place the transport crate outside the examination room. 2. Remove all nails and fasteners with the pry bar if necessary. 3. Remove the top and sides of the wooden crate if necessary. 4. Remove all packaging from the crate and unpack all components.

Checking for transport damage

0

After removing the packaging, examine the components for transport damage, e.g., due to moisture or external forces.

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Transporting

8.2

Carry the computer, monitor, and control box individually to the installation location. For the respective installation location, refer to the project plan or ask the on-site project manager.

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Assembling the ICS/CTAWP at its installation location NOTE

8.3

For Tower 8, a base foot (to stabilize the tower) has to be installed at the computer. The base foot is delivered with the computer. Install it as described in (Base Foot of Tower 8 / p. 175).

Unpacking and installing

0

Base Foot of Tower 8 The base foot for Tower 8 has to be installed if the workstation is not installed in a cabinet or console.

Fig. 191: Attaching the base foot with screws

To ensure a secure position, the base foot must be attached prior to start-up.

• Lift the device slightly in back. • Push the base foot under the device in the direction of the arrow (1/Fig. 191 / p. 175). ¹ Make sure that the holes for the screws are aligned.

• Attach the base foot with the knurled screws (2/Fig. 191 / p. 175). Positioning the components 1. Position the following on the operating console: -

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ICS/CTAWP and Control Box 1. Position the ICS/CTAWP computer at the location specified (1/Fig. 192 / p. 176).

NOTE

Please note that the ICS/CTAWP computer has to be positioned 100 mm away from the wall. Otherwise, the air from the fans cooling the computer will not circulate sufficiently.

NOTE

There is a connection overview at the left side cover of the ICS/CTAWP.

Fig. 192: Example: overview of operating console Pos. 1

ICS computer

Pos. 2

ICS monitor

Pos. 3

Keyboard

Pos. 4

Mouse

Pos. 5

Control box

NOTE

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Fig. 193: Mounting the multiple socket strip Pos. 1

Nut

Pos. 2

Contact washer

Pos. 3

Multiple socket strip

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Definition AS Mobile CT NOTE

8.4

The ICS/CTAWP must always be mounted to the floor when installing in a trailer. The monitors, control box, mouse and keyboard must always be secured to the operating console. The mounting material is not part of the mobile kit and must be provided by the trailer vendor.

• Unpack and assemble the ICS/CTAWP at its installation location in the trailer. • Secure the ICS/CTAWP to the floor using 2 tensioning straps and the sidewise dogs.

Fig. 194: Computer secured with tensioning straps and sidewise dogs

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9-

General information

9System Connections

0

• The cable sets are delivered at a length of either 10 m, 16 m, or 25 m, depending on the order.

NOTE

The cables are marked “red” and “green”. The red mark is for the Definition cable length, the green mark is for the Definition AS cable length.This mark defines the cable length necessary for the internal connection e.g., in the gantry. If no green mark is available use the red one.

NOTE

Fiber optic cables are extremely sensitive and easily damaged. Be extremely careful when routing fiber optic cables. Fiber optic cables should not be routed until system cabling is complete. The minimum bending radius for the fiber optic cable has to be at least 50 mm.

NOTE

If line W4 is shortened, inform the start-up personnel and enter it in the installation protocol. Lines may only be shortened by a trained electrician using the necessary special tools. The minimum length of cables is 7 m. Do not fall below this value. After you shorten the cable, identify it correctly with the supplied label.

NOTE

Correct cable routing is the basic prerequisite for a system that works properly. For this reason, follow these instructions carefully.

T

NOTE

The following torques apply:

• D sub plug: 0.13 Nm • Cable connections at the line filter. 3 Nm • PE cable at stud M6: 6 Nm NOTE

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System Connections

Fig. 195: Overview - Connections in PDC_A

NOTE

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Fig. 196: Cable connection at threaded bolt

Fig. 197: Cable connection with screw

Pos. 1

Nut

Pos. 1

Screw

Pos. 2

Contact washer

Pos. 2

Contact washer

Pos. 3

Washer

Pos. 3

Washer

Pos. 4

Cable socket

Pos. 4

Cable socket

Pos. 5

Cable

Pos. 5

Cable

NOTE

The following graphics show the connections of the PE lines. (Fig. 198 / p. 181), (Fig. 199 / p. 181)

Fig. 198: PE-connection with screw

Fig. 199: PE-connection on threaded bolt

Pos. 1

Screw

Pos. 1

Nut

Pos. 2

Washer

Pos. 2

Washer

Pos. 3

Cable socket

Pos. 3

Cable socket

Pos. 4

Contact washer

Pos. 4

Contact washer

Pos. 5

Cable

Pos. 5

Cable

Personnel

0

• One person is required for this work step.

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System Connections

Tools and auxiliary materials Tools and auxiliary materials

0

Use

Standard tool kit Pry bar Torque wrench

Opening the transport crates 0.13 Nm

Torque wrench, 4-20 Nm

Tightening the D sub plug Tightening the connections

Cable designations

0

• Every cable is identified by a W number and every plug and socket by an X number. Identical X numbers belong together.

Fig. 200: Cable labeling description

Cable routing

0

• The W4 voltage cable from the PDC to the gantry has to be routed as close to the PE cable as possible. They should be bundled together where possible.

• Do not roll up excess cable lengths. The excess length should be routed so as to meander in the cable channel. (Fig. 201 / p. 183)

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Fig. 201: Cable routing

Bending radius

0

• The minimum bending radius for the fiber optic cable has to be at least 50 mm. • Voltage, signal, and ground cables have to remain within these dimensions.

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System Connections

List of fix points Tab. 5

9.1

List of fix points

Cable intended use

From connection point

To connection point

Comments

W1

Power for stationary PDC X100 gantry

Gantry X304

Line voltage cable L1/L2/L3 for stationary gantry power and L/N for UPS power

W2

Power for rotating gantry

PDC X102

Gantry X345

Line voltage cable for rotating gantry power; L1/L2/L3/N

W3

Power for cooling PDC X103 system in the gantry

Gantry X303

Line voltage cable for WCS

W4

High power transmitting A

PDC MVT_A X6/X8

Gantry X348

For HV generator A

W7

Power for IRS

PDC X105

IRS X10

Line voltage cable for IRS power; L1/N/PE

W8

Power for the ICS power distributor

PDC X104

ICS_PD

Line voltage cable for ICS power distributor power; L_USV/N/PE

W9

Power for PHS

PDC X101

Gantry X302

Line voltage cable for PHS power; L/N

W10

Power for the syngo PDC X110 CT Workplace (IES) power distributor

IES_PD

Line voltage cable for IES power distributor power; L_USV/N/PE

W12

Power for the IES tower PC

IES_PD

IES

Line voltage cable; standard power cord

W12

Power for the IES monitor

IES_PD

IES monitor

Line voltage cable; standard power cord

W12

Power for the ICS monitor

ICS_PD

ICS monitor

Line voltage cable; standard power cord

W12

Power for ICS tower ICS_PD PC

ICS

Line voltage cable; standard power cord

W30

Gantry PE

PDC PE

Gantry PE

PE cable; 35 mm2

W33

IRS PE

PDC PE

IRS PE

PE cable; 10 mm2

W34

ICS PE

PDC PE

ICS_PD PE

PE cable; 10 mm2

W35

IES PE

PDC PE

IES_PD PE

PE cable; 10 mm2

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Cable intended use

From connection point

To connection point

Comments

W50

Video data / fiber optic cable

IES

IES monitor

1 x video data line; no extension included in the delivery volume

W50

Video data / fiber optic cable

ICS

ICS monitor

1 x video data line; no extension included in the delivery volume

W51

Control box cable

Con_Box

Gantry_UMAS X402

Control cable

W53

Ethernet cable

PDC ESI X2

Gantry UMAS X460

Data line to internal Ethernet switch in PDC

W54

Control CAN and StopRep

PDC XGS_A X4

Gantry UMAS X400

Control cable

W57

Ethernet cable

PDC ESI X4

IRS X3

Data line to internal Ethernet switch in PDC

W59

Power control

PDC X143

Gantry X369

Current loop for Power-Off button.

W61

Ethernet cable

PDC ESI X3

ICS X40

Data line to internal Ethernet switch in PDC

W63

Ethernet cable

PDC ESE X1

ICS X41

Data line to external Ethernet switch in PDC

W64

Ethernet cable

PDC ESE X2

IES X45

Data line to external Ethernet switch in PDC

W65

Ethernet cable

PDC ESI X4

IRS X5

Data line to internal Ethernet switch in PDC

W70

Duplex FastLink patch

IRS (GREC-FL_A) X2

Gantry UMAS X1

Data line; fiber optic cable

W74

Duplex FastLink patch

PDC XGS_A X2

Gantry UMAS X3

Data line; fiber optic cable

W80

Fiber-optic cable

ICS X30

Gantry WIG X2 Fiber-optic cable (optional with IVM)

W98

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System Connections NOTE

If the monitor (ICS, IES, or dual) is delivered with an additional PE cable, then connect the PE cable of the monitor to the IMS power distribution PE sockets (PIT).

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Wiring diagrams

9.2

Voltage and protective conductor cables

0

Fig. 202: System connections: Line voltage and protective conductor Pos. 1

Line voltage cable to PDC (L1/L2/L3/N/PE); on-site cable

Pos. 2

Radiation warning indicator; connection to floating ground relay switch contact; load: 230 VAC / 2 A or 24 VDC / 2 A; on-site cable

Pos. 3

Radiation ready indicator; connection to floating ground relay switch contact; load: 230 VAC / 2 A or 24 VDC / 2 A; on-site cable

Pos. 4

Door switch; on-site cable

Pos. 5

Connection (external cooling system ON/OFF) to floating ground relay switch contact; load: 230 VAC / 2A or 24 VDC / 2A; on-site cable; to switch ON/OFF an on-site chiller or the optional cooling system water/air-split

Pos. 6

Connection to EPO switch (Emergency Power OFF) contact of the UPS in the PDC; on-site cable OFF in the on-site power distributor; REPO (Remote Emergency)

Pos. 7

Line voltage power distribution terminal for the ICS, video splitter V_SPLIT 1, monitor 1 and monitor 2

Pos. 8

Video splitter 1 for monitor 1

Pos. 9

Video splitter 2 for monitor 2

Pos. 10

Standard monitor; in delivery volume

Pos. 11

Additional 2nd monitor; optional

Pos. 12

Power cable for video splitter 1; length 3 m; not designated with a W-number; fixed connection to video splitter 1

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System Connections Pos. 13

Power cord for video splitter 2; not designated with a W-number; fixed connection to video splitter 2

Pos. 14

PE cable; length 3 m; nominal wire size 3.3 mm2; not designated with a W number

Pos. 15

PE cable; nominal wire size 3.3 mm2; not designated with a W number; connected between the video splitters

Pos. 16

PE cable; required only when using the 15 m extension kit; in delivery volume of the extension kit

Control and data lines

0

Fig. 203: System connections: Control and data lines Pos. 1

Keyboard cable; 3.8 m standard length; 15 m with extension kit; no W-number available

Pos. 2

Mouse cable; 3 m standard length; 15 m with extension kit; no W-number available

Pos. 3

Video data line (DVI-I); length 2 m; no W number available

Pos. 4

Video splitter 1 and 2

Pos. 5

Monitor 1; standard monitor; in delivery volume

Pos. 6

Monitor 2; additional 2nd monitor; optional

Pos. 7

Video data line (DVI-D); length 30 m / 100 m; in delivery volume of the Monitor Extension option; no W number available

Pos. 8

Video data line (DVI-D); length 30 m; in delivery volume of the CARE Vision CT option; no W number available

Pos. 9

Monitors of the Monitor Extension option

Pos. 10

Monitors of the CARE Vision CT option

Pos. 11

On-site LAN cable to on-site LAN connection

Pos. 12

On-site camera cable to on-site camera

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9.3

Establish the system connections using the list of fixed points (Tab. 5 / p. 184) and the wiring diagrams presented above.

• The cable inlet is located at the bottom in back of the gantry. (2/Fig. 205 / p. 190) • The connections of the gantry are all located on the right side and/or in the lower back at X348.

• Every cable connected to X348 must be separately attached with a cable tie. • An isolation box has to be attached to the connection between the control box and cable W51. (Fig. 206 / p. 190)

• When connecting the table, excess cables have to be rolled up and tied together in the gantry.

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Fig. 204: W4 connected at X348

NOTE

Tighten the two nuts on X348 with a torque of 6 Nm. Do not use washers between the connected cables on X348!

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Fig. 205: Cable inlets (gantry cover) - cable routing on the floor Pos. 1

Inlet for the water hoses

Pos. 2

Inlet for the cables

Fig. 206: Isolation box - Connection control box

Cabling details for the PHS2/3 NOTE

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Fig. 207: Overview - connections and cable routing PHS

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Fig. 208: Connection W4/W5 in PDC_A/B Pos. 1

X6 (wire from one side)

Pos. 2

X8 (wire from two sides)

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Fig. 209: Detail - Connection X6 W4/W5 in PDC_A/B

Fig. 210: Detail - Connection X8 W4/W5 in PDC_A/B

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NOTE

There are two techniques for the system cooling: water-cooling and air-cooling. If the system is air-cooled continue with (Installing the Gantry Covers / p. 208).

NOTE

All cooling water connections and hoses have to be insulated. Otherwise, excessive condensation will form.

Two water hoses are included in the delivery volume for the system. The hoses have a pre-installed connector on one side. The hoses are connected to the back right of the gantry. The connectors for the other side of the hoses are delivered separately. These connectors are for the on-site water connection.

• The loose end of the hose has to be shortened accordingly and connected to the on-site water supply using these connectors.

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Standard tool kit Open end wrench, 36 mm

Tightening the hose connections

Open end wrench, 41mm

Tightening the hose connections

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Connecting the water hoses NOTE

10.1

You have to use fully insulated hoses to avoid condensed water. If the hoses are not insulated, the project manager has to provide the insulation material (Fig. 215 / p. 197). To check for leak tightness, wait two hours after the fill procedure to insulate the connections.

NOTE

To connect the water hoses to the gantry, use the gantry connections for water supply as shown below (Fig. 220 / p. 198). At a minimum, the connection piece with the shut-off valve has to be installed!

1. Connect the hose with the red mark to the "water outlet" connector at the lower right in back of the gantry. NOTE

Arrows are printed on the hose. The arrows have to point away from the gantry.

2. Mark the other end of the hose red. 3. Connect the hose with the blue mark to the "water inlet" connector at the lower right in back of the gantry. NOTE

Arrows are printed on the hose. The arrows have to point to the gantry.

4. Mark the other end of the hose blue. 5. Tighten the connections. - Use a 36 mm or 41 mm open end wrench. 6. The hoses must be delivered insulated. If they are not, insulate the hoses with the material provided by the project manager. NOTE

To check for leak tightness, wait two hours after the fill procedure to insulate the connections.

7. Route the water hoses to the on-site water connection. 8. Shorten the hoses to the required length. 9. Install the connectors. See also (Installing the connectors / p. 200). 10. Connect the hose with the red marking to the return (Fig. 213 / p. 197). NOTE

The arrows printed on the hose have to point to the on-site water connection (return).

11. Connect the hose with the blue marking to the water supply (Fig. 213 / p. 197).

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The arrows printed on the hose have to point away from the on-site water connection (supply).

12. Tighten the connections. - Use a 36 mm or 41 mm open end wrench.

Fig. 211: Water connection, gantry

Fig. 212: Insulated water connection, gantry

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Fig. 213: On-site cooling water connection

Fig. 214: Insulation, on-site water connections

Fig. 215: Routing the insulated cooling water hoses

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Fig. 216: Overview of required parts

Fig. 217: Hose nozzle with connecting nut

Fig. 218: Installed connector

Fig. 219: Connector, complete

Pos. 1

Spacers

Pos. 1

Spacers

Pos. 2

Half shells

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Fig. 220: Gantry connections for the water supply

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Connecting the water hoses with W/A split cooling system NOTE

10.2

You have to use fully insulated hoses to avoid condensed water. If the hoses are not insulated, the project manager has to provide the insulation material (Fig. 215 / p. 197). To ensure that they are watertight, wait two hours after the filling procedure to insulate the connections.

NOTE

To connect the water hoses to the gantry, use the gantry connections for water supply as shown below (Fig. 220 / p. 198).

Fig. 221: Hose connections to gantry

Fig. 222: Hose connections to gantry (12kW and 17kW system)

Pos. 1

Supply inlet

Pos. 1

Supply inlet

Pos. 2

Supply outlet

Pos. 2

Supply outlet

Pos. 3

Fill valve

Pos. 3

Fill valve

Pos. 4

Drainage valve (behind the outlet pipe)

Pos. 4

Drainage valve

Pos. 5

Shut-off valve (red handle)

Pos. 5

Shut-off valves

1. Connect the hose with the red mark to the "water outlet" connector at the lower right in back of the gantry. NOTE

Arrows are printed on the hose. The arrows have to point away from the gantry.

2. Mark the other end of the hose red. 3. Connect the hose with the blue mark to the "water inlet" connector at the lower right in back of the gantry. NOTE

Arrows are printed on the hose. The arrows have to point to the gantry.

4. Mark the other end of the hose blue.

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Cooling System 5. Tighten the connections. - Use a 36 mm or 41 mm open end wrench. 6. The hoses must be delivered insulated. If they are not, insulate the hoses with the material provided by the project manager. NOTE

To ensure that they are watertight, wait two hours after the filling procedure to insulate the connections.

7. Route the water hoses to the indoor unit water connection. 8. Shorten the hoses to the required length. 9. Install the connectors. See also (Installing the connectors / p. 200). 10. Connect the hose with the red marking to the return. NOTE

The arrows printed on the hose have to point to the indoor unit water connection (return).

11. Connect the hose with the blue marking to the water supply. NOTE

The arrows printed on the hose have to point away from the indoor unit water connection (supply).

12. Tighten the connections. - Use a 36 mm or 41 mm open end wrench.

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See also (Fig. 216 / p. 198), (Fig. 217 / p. 198), (Fig. 218 / p. 198), (Fig. 219 / p. 198). 1. Insert the hose nozzle with the coupling nut into the hose. 2. Install the two aluminum half shells on the hose. 3. Attach the two half shells to one another with screws. Use the screws and nuts included in the delivery volume. - The four spacers have to be on the screws between the half shells. 4. Tighten the screws until the spacers are adjacent to both half shells.

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Filling the cooling water circuit with on-site water supply

10.3

NOTE

Prior to filling the cooling water circuit, ensure that the on-site water pressure does not exceed the maximum limit of 10 bar.

NOTE

The hose for condensed water and bleeding air has to first be connected to an on-site outlet. The hose is rolled up in the right side of the gantry.

1. Ensure that the hose for condensed water and for bleeding air is connected to the on-site outlet. 2. Open the on-site water supply (blue hose). 3. Open the on-site return (red hose). 4. Open the stop valve for the outflow of condensed water or for bleeding air. Use the four-square Allen key attached at the side. 5. Leave the valve open for approx. 10 minutes. 6. Look to determine whether the clear hose for condensed water or bleeding air still contains air bubbles. 7. Close the stop valve for the outflow of condensed water or for bleeding air. 8. Wait 15 minutes and repeat the process beginning at step 4.

NOTE

After the gantry is completely filled, the on-site connections as well as the connections of the gantry have to be checked at regular 2 hour intervals for possible leaks. If the connections are free of leaks, the connections have to be insulated as well with the insulation material .

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The nominal static water pressure for the Gantry-WCS water system: 2 bar (± 0.2 bar; when the WCS is switched off). Refill is mandatory at 1.8 bar.

Fig. 223: Hose connections to gantry Pos. 1

Supply inlet

Pos. 2

Supply outlet

Pos. 3

Fill valve

Pos. 4

Drainage valve (behind the outlet pipe)

Pos. 5

Shut-off valve (red handle)

• Install the brass connector to one end of the garden hose and tighten accordingly. The brass connector is included in the WCS delivery volume (to connect the filling / draining hoses to the WCS).

• Remove the brass cap from the gantry water filling valve at the WCS "gantry water inlet". The cap will be used later to open/close the valve.

• Connect the hose to the gantry water filling valve and tighten it. • Attach the water connection adapter to the other end of the garden hose (obtain locally based on the water tap of the on-site water supply).

• Connect the water connection adapter to a nearby water tap (on-site water supply) and tighten accordingly.

• Install the 2nd brass connector on the second garden hose and tighten it accordingly. • Remove the brass cap from the gantry water drainage valve at the WCS (next to the water pump). The cap will be used later to open/close the valve.

• Connect the second garden hose to the "gantry water drainage valve" and tighten. • The other end of the garden hose must be routed and secured to a drain. • Open the gantry water drainage valve with one of the brass caps (to open, turn in counter-clockwise direction).

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• Close the red lever for the "Gantry Water Inlet". - The red lever is in the horizontal position

• The manometer must be connected to the "Gantry Water Outlet". • Open the water tap. • Slowly open the gantry water filling valve with the brass cap (to open, turn in counter-clockwise direction). - Water flows through the gantry water system bypass.

• Check the seals of all hose connections at the gantry and WCS. • Flush the system for several minutes. • After 5-10 minutes, use the 5 mm Allen wrench to open the magnet valve to the end stop (turn in clockwise direction). If installed, turn it to position 10. Water now flows from the WCS to the gantry. The system must be flushed like this for 30 minutes. - Some air will escape from the internal air vent installed in the WCS (audible hiss).

• Close the gantry water drainage valve, then close the gantry water filling valve. • Set the lever to vertical position (open). • Open the gantry water filling valve. - The water pressure should increase. Check the manometer. - Close the gantry water filling valve when the pressure reaches 2.2 bar -2.5.

• • • •

Close the water tap. Check the hose connection seals again. Keep the hoses connected in case refilling is necessary during start-up. To refill, open the water tap, then open the fill valve until reaching 2.2 bar on the manometer.

• Refill is mandatory at 1.8 bar. • Remove the filling and drainage hoses if pressure remains constant during the start-up process. - Disconnect the filling water hose from the on-site water supply, then disconnect it from the WCS. Pour the remaining water in the hose down the drain. - Disconnect the draining water hose from the WCS and pour the remaining water in the hose down the drain.

• Reinstall the brass caps on the filling and drainage valves to prevent leakage.

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10.5

The nominal static water pressure for the gantry-WCS water system (when gantry is switched off): Primary circuit: 3 bar (refill mandatory at 2.2 bar) Secondary circuit: 2 bar (Refill mandatory at 1.2 bar)

Fig. 224: Overview - Indoor unit Pos. 1

Drainage valve

Pos. 2

Valve

Pos. 3

Valve

Pos. 4

Fill valve

1. Connect the filler device to the filling-and-draining valve (1) on the pump. 2. Connect the filler device to a tap water supply as well (use only water, as specified).

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3. Open the filling-and-draining valve (1) and close valve (3). 4. Connect filling-and-draining valve (4) to a drain by using an adequate hose (transparent). 5. Open valve (2). 6. Put the filler device into operation. 7. As soon as only pure cooling medium escapes (no air visible) from filling-and-draining-valve (4), close valve (4) and open valve (3). 8. Any remaining air in the system will escape from the air bleeder. 9. Let the filler device run until the filling pressure is attained (2 bar) and the air is completely vented. Then turn off the device and close filling-and-draining-valve (1). 10. Remove the filler device and the connected hoses from the system and screw the protection caps onto the filling-and-draining valves (1 & 4).

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Checking the protective system conductor NOTE

Measure the protective conductor meter as described in the following product-specific contents.

NOTE

All measuring points are listed in the "Mechanical Installation Certificate" CT00-000.813.02.xx.02.

• Make sure that the measurement instrument is calibrated according to manufacturer's specifications.

• Use a protective conductor meter to perform the test. • To ensure correct results, unroll the test cable completely from the test device prior to performing the test. Check the correct zero setting.

• Measure the protective conductor and resistance and enter all results in the “Mechanical Installation Certificate”. General notes when measuring at the monitors Always follow the note shown below when measuring at one of the monitors.

NOTE

Disconnect the monitor signal cable to the computer. Otherwise, the graphics board will be destroyed.

Measuring point, 19” monitor (Siemens/Eizo)

Fig. 225: 19 inch flat screen Pos. 1

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Measuring point, 19” monitor (Bigtide)

Fig. 226: 19" flat screen Pos. 1

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Installing the Gantry Covers

11.1

Gantry Cover Overview The figure below shows the location of the gantry covers.

Fig. 227: Overview

The gantry covers include the following components (line of sight from the front): 1. upper front ring segment 2. lower front ring segment 3. front right cover 4. right cover 5. front right baseboard 6. front lid 7. middle baseboard 8. front left baseboard 9. front left cover 10. left cover 1

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11. rear left baseboard 12. left lid 13. rear left cover 14. front service access 15. front shell 16. plastic ring 17. inboard cover 18. right lid 19. rear right baseboard 20. rear right cover 21. rear shell 22. rear service access 23. left rib insert 1 24. middle rib insert 2 25. right rib insert 3 26. rear ring 27. funnel Installing the gantry covers

• Install the removed gantry covers in the reverse order of removal (Removing the covers / p. 59).

• • • •

Install the left and right front baseboard (cover overview: items 5 and 8). Install the front lid (cover overview: item 6). Install the middle baseboard (cover overview: item 7). Install the left rear baseboard (cover overview: item 11) as shown in (Fig. 228 / p. 210).

1. 1. 2. 3.

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Final Work Steps • Install the right rear baseboard (cover overview: item 11).

Fig. 228: Installing the right rear baseboard Pos. 1

Holder for the rear right baseboard

Pos. 2

Spacers for the rear right baseboard (screwed in the threads of the transport frame)

Pos. 3

Rear right baseboard

Pos. 4

Cable clamp

Installation of the middle MPT baseboard (optional, only for systems with a MPT)

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Fig. 229: Installing the middle MPT baseboard Pos. 1

Middle MPT baseboard (for installation without cable trench)

Pos. 2

Middle MPT baseboard (for installation with cable trench)

• If the cables between gantry and MPT are installed under the floor, mount the middle MPT baseboard (item 1) as shown in figure (1/Fig. 229 / p. 211).

• If the cables between gantry and MPT are installed at the floor in a cable trench, mount the middle MPT baseboard (item 2) as shown in (2/Fig. 229 / p. 211). An opening for the cable trench has to be cut out at the middle MPT baseboard as shown in the figure.

Fig. 230: Cutting out an opening for the cable trench

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Cleaning the System NOTE

11.2

The system has to be cleaned before being transferred to the customer. When cleaning the outer surfaces, only use cleaning agents recommended by the manufacturer.

• Never use sprays. They could seep into assemblies, destroy electrical parts, change the structure of plastics, or form explosive combinations of air and solvent vapors.

• Never use cleaning agents containing the following components or ingredients: - Abrasive or organic solvents such as aldehyde, acetone, spot remover, benzene, or alcohol. These can weaken surfaces or cause hairline fractures that will cause the material to break under any load (Exceptions: alcohol can be used to clean monitor screens, and aldehyde-based compounds may be used to disinfect the gantry or the hardened surfaces of the patient table). - Cleaning agents that can produce ammonia gas through decomposition or evaporation. Ammonia gas causes stress corrosion. - Cleaning agents containing silicone. Old silicone causes electrical contact problems. - Phenol-based or chlorine-releasing disinfectants, which can weaken materials. Permitted and recommended cleaning agents

• The following cleaning agents may be used to clean the patient table, the patient table pad, and patient positioning supports. -

Tego, 10% vol. Gigasept, 6% vol. Somplex Perfekt AC, 2% vol. Melsitt, 10% vol. (slightly discolors surfaces) Peform, 2% vol. (slightly discolors surfaces)

Gantry / Patient Table

• Clean these components with a damp cloth. ICS / IRS / IES Computer / UPS

• Clean these components with a damp cloth. Monitors

• Monitors have sensitive anti-reflective layers. • Clean the monitors with a soft cloth. • Either pure alcohol or alcohol diluted in distilled water to a ratio of 1:3 or 2:3 may be used.

• Never use solvents.

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Disposing of the packing material NOTE

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The packaging material for the installation and spare parts, which is not used for returns, has to be disposed of according to country-specific regulations.

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11.4

• Mechanical installation protocol (print no. CT00-000.813.02.XX.02) NOTE

This protocol has to be completed when the mechanical installation was performed by a service provider (transport company) authorized by SIEMENS. This mechanical installation protocol always has to be returned to the CT main office.

- The mechanical installation protocol is located in the blue installation binder, Register 2. - After it has been filled out completely, the protocol has to be signed and returned to the CT main office by mail or fax. The address and fax number are included in the protocol and installation instructions. - A copy of the installation protocol remains in the white “Owner Manual” binder, Register 6 (certificates).

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(Cooling System / p. 194)

Instructions for new split cooling system added. Change No.: 556653

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