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Electrosurgical Unit

with maxium® Beamer

Service manual

Version 5.0-EN (08.10)

Valid from HW00 up to HW06

KLS Martin maxium® / maxium® Beamer Service Manual

Table of Contents 1

Product Liability & Warranty ......................................................... 6

1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4

General Information .............................................................................. 6 Warranty ............................................................................................. 6 User’s Inspection of Delivered Spare Parts ............................................... 6 Hotline................................................................................................. 7

2

Transportation and Packaging ....................................................... 7

2.1 2.2

User’s Inspection .................................................................................. 7 Return of Goods .................................................................................... 8

3

Warnings & Safety Instructions ..................................................... 8

4

Service Functions ........................................................................ 9

4.1

Service Menu........................................................................................ 9

4.1.1

Program Handling............................................................................................ 9

4.1.2

Beamer Parameters ........................................................................................ 13

4.1.3

Settings ........................................................................................................19

4.1.4

Status Information ......................................................................................... 25

4.1.5

Calibration .....................................................................................................30

4.1.6

maxium® Update ............................................................................................ 31

4.2

Updating the Operating Program ........................................................... 32

4.2.1

Aids Required for the Update ...........................................................................32

4.2.2

Normal Software Updating Procedure ................................................................ 32

4.2.3

Extended Software Updating Procedure ............................................................. 33

4.2.4

The marFlash Program ....................................................................................35

4.2.5

Updating the Subsystems of the ME402 and MB402 ............................................36

4.3

Readout and Transfer of the Unit’s Settings ............................................ 36

4.3.1

Transfer from one ME402 Unit to Another (Back2Back) .......................................36

4.3.2

The maxiumPC Program ..................................................................................38

4.3.3

Transfer from a maxium® Unit to a PC or Vice Versa (Back2Laptop) .....................39

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Hardware and Software Statuses, Spare Parts Lists ........................ 39

5.1 5.2 5.3

General Procedure............................................................................... 39 Hardware Status ................................................................................. 40 ME402 Hardware Configurations and their Components ........................... 41

5.3.1

Hardware Configurations HW00 and HW01 ........................................................ 41

5.3.2

Hardware Configuration 02 ..............................................................................53

5.3.3

Hardware Configuration HW03 .........................................................................62

5.3.4

Hardware Configurations HW04 and HW05 ........................................................ 71

5.3.5

Hardware Configuration HW06 .........................................................................83

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Software Status and Software Version Numbers...................................... 94

5.4.1

General Information ....................................................................................... 94

5.4.2

Software Version 0.247 ...................................................................................95

5.4.3

Software Version 0.251 ...................................................................................95

5.4.4

Software Version 0.257 ...................................................................................95

5.4.5

Software Version 0.263 ...................................................................................95

5.4.6

Software Version 0.296 ...................................................................................95

5.4.7

Software Version 0.305 ...................................................................................96

5.4.8

Software Version 0.311 ...................................................................................96

5.4.9

Software Version 0.325 ...................................................................................97

5.4.10

Software Version 0.331 ...................................................................................97

5.4.11

Software Version 0.331b .................................................................................99

5.4.12

Software Version 1.336 ...................................................................................99

5.4.13

Software Version 1.343 ................................................................................. 100

5.4.14

Software Version 1.345 ................................................................................. 103

5.4.15

Software Version 1.346 ................................................................................. 103

5.4.16

Software Version 2.360 ................................................................................. 103

5.4.17

Software Version 2.361 ................................................................................. 108

5.4.18

Software Version 2.368 ................................................................................. 109

5.4.19

Software Version 2.369b ............................................................................... 109

5.4.20

Software Version 3.370 ................................................................................. 110

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Replacing Modules and Components on the ME402 ....................... 112

6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 6.8 6.9 6.10 6.11 6.12 6.13 6.14 6.15 6.16

Opening and Closing the Unit ............................................................. 112 Replacing the Front Part..................................................................... 112 Replacing the Socket Panel................................................................. 113 Replacing the HF Output Sockets ........................................................ 114 Replacing the Socket Module Indicators and Backlights .......................... 114 Replacing the Rotary Switch and its Backlight ....................................... 115 Replacing the ON-OFF Button ............................................................. 116 Replacing the Front Board .................................................................. 117 Replacing the Screen Module and the Protective Glass Pane ................... 118 Replacing the Controller Board............................................................ 119 Replacing the Power Manager Board .................................................... 121 Replacing the Monopolar Board ........................................................... 123 Replacing the Bipolar Board................................................................ 124 Replacing the Main Board ................................................................... 126 Replacing the Footswitch Sockets or Loudspeakers ................................ 128 Replacing the Power Supply Socket, the Serial Interface Unit or the Argon Beamer Connector ............................................................................ 129

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Technical Description of the ME402 with MB402 Option ................. 130

7.1 7.2 7.3

General Information .......................................................................... 130 Design and Servicing Concept............................................................. 131 Functional Description of the ME402 .................................................... 131

7.3.1

Power Supply Units (PSUs) ............................................................................ 131

7.3.2

HF Generator ............................................................................................... 148

7.3.3

Monopolar Applied Part ................................................................................. 149

7.3.4

Bipolar Applied Part ...................................................................................... 155

7.3.5

The Main Controller and its Interfaces ............................................................. 159

7.3.6

Front Part .................................................................................................... 168

7.4

Functional Description of the MB402 maxium® Beamer .......................... 170

7.4.1

General Information ..................................................................................... 170

7.4.2

Argon ......................................................................................................... 171

7.4.3

Gas Flow Control Block Diagram ..................................................................... 172

7.4.4

Measuring the Filling Level of the Gas Cylinder ................................................. 174

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The Argon Beamer MB402 and its Components ............................ 177

8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6 8.7 8.8 8.9

Parts and Components of the MB402 maxium® Beamer ......................... 177 Opening and Closing the Beamer ........................................................ 179 Replacing the Front Part..................................................................... 179 Replacing the Main Board ................................................................... 180 Replacing the Instrument Connector.................................................... 181 Replacing the Purge Button ................................................................ 182 Replacing the Front Board .................................................................. 182 Replacing the Gas Inlet Connector....................................................... 182 Replacing the Connecting Socket ........................................................ 183

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Troubleshooting ....................................................................... 184

9.1 9.2

Text Messages .................................................................................. 184 Module Status Lamps and Their Functions ............................................ 194

9.2.1

Main Board .................................................................................................. 194

9.2.2

Controller Board ........................................................................................... 194

9.2.3

Power Manager Board ................................................................................... 194

9.2.4

Monopolar Board .......................................................................................... 197

9.2.5

Bipolar Board ............................................................................................... 200

9.3 9.4 9.5

Faults in the Power Supply System of the ME402 .................................. 203 Faults in the HF Generator and the Energy Flow Path of the ME402 ......... 204 Activation Path Faults ........................................................................ 205

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Settings and Checks & Tests ...................................................... 207

10.1 10.2

Adjusting Positions of the ME402 ........................................................ 207 Setting the Power Manager Board ....................................................... 207

10.2.1

Power Manager Boards I and II in HW00, HW01 and HW02 ............................... 208

10.2.2

Power Manager Boards III (from HW03) and IV (from HW06) ............................ 209

10.3

Setting the Monopolar Board .............................................................. 212

10.3.1

Setting the Monopolar Boards I and II for HW00, HW01 and HW02 .................... 213

10.3.2

Setting the Monopolar Boards III (from HW03) and IV (from HW06) ................... 214

10.4

Setting the Bipolar Board ................................................................... 215

10.4.1

Setting the Bipolar Board I for HW00 and HW01............................................... 216

10.4.2

Setting the Bipolar Board II from HW02 to HW05 ............................................. 217

10.4.3

Setting the Bipolar Board III (from HW06) ...................................................... 221

10.5 10.6

Checking HF Output Power ................................................................. 223 Checking Compliance with High-Frequency Leakage Current Limits ......... 224

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Recurrent Safety Checks according to IEC/EN 62353 .................... 226

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Product Liability & Warranty

1.1

General Information

We thank you for having decided to buy a KLS Martin product. This product bears the CEmark, which means that it satisfies the essential requirements laid down in the EC Directive relating to medical devices. We are the manufacturer of this product: Gebrüder Martin GmbH & Co. KG Ludwigstaler Strasse 132 • Postfach 60 D-78501 Tuttlingen • Germany Phone: +49 74 61 706-0 • Fax: +49 74 61 706-193 E-mail: [email protected] • Website: www.klsmartin.com

1.2

Warranty

Our Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale effective at the time shall apply. Agreements diverging from these Standard Terms and Conditions do not restrict the legal rights of the buyer. Any warranty exceeding the above provisions shall require a contractual form and shall exclude component-related vandalism, software updates and consumables. Important Notices The product may only be repaired by Gebrüder Martin or a qualified person or firm expressly authorized by Gebrüder Martin to perform such work. If the repair is carried out by a person or firm specially authorized by Gebrüder Martin, the operator of the product is required to obtain from the repairer a certificate with details about the nature and scope of the repair work done. This certificate must be dated and signed and include the firm’s details. In all cases where a party other than the product manufacturer performed the work, repaired products must be additionally marked with the repairer’s ID label. Improper interventions or alterations performed by third parties during the period of limitation shall void any and all warranty claims. Unauthorized actions performed on the product shall invalidate any liability claims against Gebrüder Martin.

1.3

User’s Inspection of Delivered Spare Parts

Immediately upon receipt, check the goods for completeness and integrity. Any damage or loss in transit must be reported without delay.

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Hotline

Should you have any technical questions, please contact our hotline. Gebrüder Martin Hotline Technical Questions Phone: +49 74 61 706-343 Fax: +49 74 61 706-190 E-mail: [email protected] Should you have any questions concerning maintenance contracts or training courses, please call our Technical Service Manager (+49 74 61 706-332), or send an e-mail to: [email protected]

2

Transportation and Packaging

2.1

User’s Inspection

Scope of Delivery & Damage in Transit The unit and its accessories must be checked for potential shipping damage and other defects immediately upon receipt. Scope of delivery of maxium® packaging unit: KLS Martin maxium® ME402 Power cord Operating Instructions (user manual) Optional:

Standard accessories set

Scope of delivery of maxium Beamer packaging unit: KLS Martin maxium® Beamer MB402 Connecting cable Mounting kit for connecting Beamer with maxium and maxium Cart

Compensation Claims Claims for damages shall only be accepted if the seller or carrier is notified immediately. In such a case, a damage report must be drawn up without delay and sent to the nearest Gebrüder Martin representative or to Gebrüder Martin directly so that the claims involved can be duly filed with the insurer.

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Return of Goods

When returning a unit to Gebrüder Martin or a Gebrüder Martin service point, use the original packaging material (cardboard box) if possible, and add the following information (accompanying documents): •

name and address of owner



type and serial numbers



description of the defect(s)

3

Warnings & Safety Instructions

The unit incorporates components that are directly connected to the power supply network. The rear section of the main board and the covered left section of the power manager board remain energized even after the unit has been turned off. The voltages present in this section of the circuit are the line voltage and the pre-stabilized direct voltage (which amounts to 390 V after the unit has been switched on and drops to the peak value of the mains voltage after the unit has been turned off). This section is specially marked on the main board. Three other voltages can be present as well: the medium-frequency supply voltage for the screen illumination after the unit has been turned on, the power controller’s output voltage of up to 200 VDC as soon as the unit is activated, and the HF output voltage of up to 12 kVpp. Therefore, be sure to disconnect the power cord from the power supply before performing any repairs. This is the only way to de-energize all components inside the unit! For certain servicing tasks, it is necessary to operate the ME402 in an open condition because measurements or settings must be carried out. In such cases, be sure to observe the usual safety guidelines for preventing electric shocks. Since the switching power supply unit incorporates capacitors that may remain energized for some time after the unit has been turned off, an electric shock may be caused if you touch them. This danger is particularly high in the event of internal faults.

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Service Functions

4.1

Service Menu

The maxium® offers basic setting and service functions. These are grouped in the “Service” submenu.

MENU

Service menu Pressing the MENU button on the maxium® and selecting the Setup menu item takes you to the Setup submenu. Selecting the last item, Service, takes you to the text editor, which is usually used for entering program names. In this context, the editor is used for restricting access to the Service functions, as some of them can lead to irreversible actions that are possibly unintended by normal users. Therefore, you must first enter 2020 and select the “Enter” button in order to access the Service menu. Selecting “Escape” takes you to the next higher menu level. Pressing the MENU button a little longer returns you directly to the top or main level.

4.1.1

Program Handling

The “Program Settings” service menu item allows you to make program-specific basic settings, as well as to restore factory settings.

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KLS Martin maxium® / maxium® Beamer Service Manual Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Basic settings

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Service menu

Escape Power up w.std prg Edit standard prog Reset programs Lock program Unlock program

Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Start with ‘standard program’ (instead of last used program)

Basic settings

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Escape Power up w.std prg Edit standard prog Reset programs Lock program Unlock program

Cancel Yes No

Service menu

Service menu

Standard program can be edited until unit is turned off!

Basic settings

Escape Power up w.std prg Edit standard prog Reset programs Lock program Unlock program

Service menu Please enter service password:

Escape Power up w.std prg Edit standard prog Reset programs Lock program Unlock program

Service menu Basic settings

Escape Power up w.std prg Edit standard prog Reset programs Lock program Unlock program

Service menu

Service menu

Service

Selection of program to be locked

Basic settings

Escape Power up w.std prg Edit standard prog Reset programs Lock program Unlock program

Setup

Cancel Standard program Gen.Surg.w.Beamer General Surgery ...

Service menu

Servicemenu

Selection of program to be locked

Service menu

Cancel Standard program Gen.Surg.w.Beamer General Surgery

...

...

Servicemenu

Escape Power up w.std prg Edit standard prog Reset programs Lock program Unlock program

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Cancel Standard program Gen.Surg.w.Beamer General Surgery

Selection of program to be unlocked

Basic settings

Service menu overview Program settings

Selection of program to be locked

Cancel Standard program Gen.Surg.w.Beamer General Surgery ...

Servicemenu

Servicemenu

Selection of program to be unlocked

Selection of program to be unlocked

Cancel Standard program Gen.Surg.w.Beamer General Surgery

Cancel Standard program Gen.Surg.w.Beamer General Surgery

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KLS Martin maxium® / maxium® Beamer Service Manual Start-up with Standard program (from SW0.331) Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Basic settings

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Escape Power up w.std prg Edit standard prog Reset programs Lock program Unlock program

Service menu

Service menu Start with ‘standard program’ (instead of last used program)

Basic settings

Escape Power up w.std prg Edit standard prog Reset programs Lock program Unlock program

Cancel Yes No

This function allows you to decide whether the maxium® is to be started with the last-used program or with the Standard program. If you select “Yes”, the maxium® will start up with the Standard program. If the factory presetting is used, the last-used program is offered upon turning on the unit.

Edit Standard Program (from SW0.331) Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Basic settings

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Escape Power up w.std prg Edit standard prog Reset programs Lock program Unlock program

Service menu

Service menu Basic settings

Standard program can be edited until unit is turned off!

Escape Power up w.std prg Edit standard prog Reset programs Lock program Unlock program

Escape Power up w.std prg Edit standard prog Reset programs Lock program Unlock program

While the Standard program can be modified on other menu levels during work, it cannot be saved in modified form. However, if the user wishes to adjust the Standard program to individual needs, the Edit function can be used to release the Standard program for modification and saving the changed parameters temporarily until the unit is turned off. After turning the unit on again, the Standard program will again be available with the previous restrictions.

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KLS Martin maxium® / maxium® Beamer Service Manual Reset Programs (up to SW2.347: “Create programs”) Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Basic settings

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Escape Power up w.std prg Edit standard prog Reset programs Lock program Unlock program

Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Basic settings

Escape Power up w.std prg Edit standard prog Reset programs Lock program Unlock program

Escape Power up w.std prg Edit standard prog Reset programs Lock program Unlock program

This function deletes any user-defined settings and restores the factory presettings. In this way, it is easily possible to reset units to their original state, e.g. if they have been temporarily handed over to customers (e.g. on a hiring or testing basis, or for temporary replacement of a unit returned for repair). Calling up this function irreversibly deletes all user-defined settings without any warning being displayed!

Lock Programs (from SW2.360) Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Basic settings

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Escape Power up w.std prg Edit standard prog Reset programs Lock program Unlock program

Service menu

Standard Program

Basic settings

Selection of a program to be locked

Escape Power up w.std prg Edit standard prog Reset programs Lock program Unlock program

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Cancel Standard program Gen.Surg.w.Beamer General Surgery ...

Standard Program

Standard Program

Selection of a program to be locked

Selection of a program to be locked

Cancel Standard program Gen.Surg.w.Beamer General Surgery

Cancel Standard program Gen.Surg.w.Beamer General Surgery

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KLS Martin maxium® / maxium® Beamer Service Manual This function allows locking programs in order to prevent their being saved in modified form. If the user wishes to prevent any changes in a user-defined program, he/she can use the menu path Program Settings / Lock Program to have a list of programs displayed (note, however, that the access code is required for this!). The program of interest can then be selected and locked by pressing the rotary switch axially. This causes a lock symbol to be displayed next to the program preview. The lock symbol will also be shown in the normal program selection preview mode, but not in the list of last-used programs (LUPs) displayed on the main level. You can also use this function to lock several programs one after another, without any need to change the menu level.

Unlock Programs (from SW2.360) This function allows you to unlock programs that have previously been locked to prevent their being saved in modified form. Use Program Settings / Unlock Program to call up the list of programs, then select the program of your choice and confirm by pressing the rotary switch. Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Basic settings

Escape Power up w.std prg Edit standard prog Reset programs Lock program Unlock program

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Service menu

Standard Program

Basic settings

Selection of a program to be unlocked

Escape Power up w.std prg Edit standard prog Reset programs Lock program Unlock program

Cancel Standard program Gen.Surg.w.Beamer General Surgery ...

Standard Program

Standard Program

Selection of a program to be unlocked

Selection of a program to be unlocked

Cancel Standard program Gen.Surg.w.Beamer General Surgery

Cancel Standard program Gen.Surg.w.Beamer General Surgery

...

...

This deletes the lock symbol next to the program parameter preview (as well as in the preview of the normal program selection mode where it is also indicated – whereas it is not indicated in the list of last-used programs (LUPs) on the main level). In this way, it is also possible to unlock several programs one after another, without any need to change the menu level. Note that the Standard program cannot be unlocked with this function, as unlocking is only temporarily possible using the Edit Standard Program function.

4.1.2

Beamer Parameters

This menu allows you to set and check parameters of the MB402 maxium® Beamer. However, this menu can be accessed only if a Beamer with gas supply has been connected.

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Service menu

Service menu

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Service menu

Cal. of argon filling level indicator at two test pressures

Please open argon gas cylinder briefly, then close it again!

Reading at max. pressure: 3541 mV Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Service menu

Value measured at 100 bar: missing Value measured at 30 bar: missing

Escape Open/close cylin. Measure @ 100 bar Measure @ 30 bar Ready Reset to Standard

Service menu

Basic settings

Value measured at 100 bar: missing Value measured at 30 bar: missing

Measure @ 30 bar Ready Reset to Standard

Please reduce argon pressure to 100 bar with purge button!

Escape Open/close cylin. Measure @ 100 bar Measure @ 30 bar Ready Reset to Standard

Value measured at 100 bar: 3795 mV Value measured at 30 bar: missing

Escape Open/close cylin. Measure @ 30 bar Ready Reset to Standard

Service menu

Service menu Cal. of argon filling level indicator at two test pressures

Value measured at 100 bar: 3795 mV Value measured at 30 bar: missing

Service menu

Value measured at 30 bar: missing

Escape Open/close cylin.

Service menu

Cal. of argon filling level indicator at two test pressures

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Value measured at 100 bar: missing

Please reduce argon pressure to 30 bar with purge button!

Escape Open/close cylin. Measure @ 100 bar Measure @ 30 bar Ready Reset to Standard

Value measured at 100 bar: 3795 mV Value measured at 30 bar: 4098 mV

Escape Open/close cylin. Measure @ 30 bar Ready Reset to Standard

Service menu

Please enter service password:

Cal. of argon filling level indicator at two test pressures

Value measured at 100 bar: 3741 mV Value measured at 30 bar: 4098 mV

Escape Open/close cylin. Measure @ 100 bar Measure @ 30 bar Ready Reset to Standard

Service menu

Service menu Cal. of argon filling level indicator at two test pressures

Service

Value measured at 100 bar: missing

Setup

Value measured at 30 bar: missing

Service menu

Please press ENTER button as soon as measured value is stable

Escape Open/close cylin. Measure @ 100 bar Measure @ 30 bar Ready Reset to Standard

Value measured at 100 bar: 3740 mV Value measured at 30 bar: 4106 mV

Escape Open/close cylin. Measure @ 30 bar Ready Reset to Standard

Service menu

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

Pressure alarm threshold : 30 bar

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

Beamer Parameters Service menu

Service menu

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

Service menu

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

Servicemenu

Service menu Argon Beamer error log: Cons. no.

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

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Cycle Power: 783 Cut Activations with Argon: 168 Coag Activations with Argon: 4437

ID

Quantity

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

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KLS Martin maxium® / maxium® Beamer Service Manual Beamer Parameters (gas supply status) (from SW0.311) Service menu

Service menu Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Basic settings

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Service menu

Service menu

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Service menu

Cal. of argon filling level indicator at two test pressures

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

Value measured at 100 bar: missing Value measured at 30 bar: missing

Please open argon gas cylinder briefly, then close it again!

Escape Open/close cylin. Measure @ 100 bar Measure @ 30 bar Ready Reset to Standard

Reading at max. pressure: 3541 mV Value measured at 100 bar: missing Value measured at 30 bar: missing

Escape Open/close cylin. Measure @ 30 bar Ready Reset to Standard

This menu item allows you to check the maxium® Beamer gas connection status and the filling level of the gas cylinder (if used). For the following menu item, “Filling Level Calibration”, a filling level of at least 100 bar is required in the argon gas cylinder.

Filling Level Calibration (from SW0.311) Service menu

Service menu

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Service menu

Service menu

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Service menu

Cal. of argon filling level indicator at two test pressures

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

Value measured at 100 bar: missing Value measured at 30 bar: missing

Please reduce argon pressure to 100 bar with purge button!

Escape Open/close cylin. Measure @ 100 bar Measure @ 30 bar Ready Reset to Standard

Service menu

Value measured at 30 bar: missing

Value measured at 30 bar: missing

Escape Open/close cylin. Measure @ 30 bar Ready Reset to Standard

Service menu

Cal. of argon filling level indicator at two test pressures

Value measured at 100 bar: 3795 mV

Value measured at 100 bar: 3795 mV

Please reduce argon pressure to 30 bar with purge button!

Escape Open/close cylin. Measure @ 100 bar Measure @ 30 bar Ready Reset to Standard

Value measured at 100 bar: 3795 mV Value measured at 30 bar: 4098 mV

Escape Open/close cylin. Measure @ 30 bar Ready Reset to Standard

Service menu Cal. of argon filling level indicator at two test pressures

Value measured at 100 bar: 3795 mV Value measured at 30 bar: 4098 mV

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KLS Martin maxium® / maxium® Beamer Service Manual The filling level of the argon gas cylinder is displayed on the screen. The parameter used for deriving the indicated filling level is the gas pressure present at the input of the Beamer. However, this is not a constant value, as the output pressure of the pressure reducer – which is identical with the input pressure of the Beamer – varies with the input pressure of the pressure reducer. Such input pressure, in turn, is identical with the current pressure of the gas cylinder – which also represents the filling level of the cylinder. To make sure that the filling level of the cylinder is indicated correctly, the symbol displayed can be adjusted to reflect actual conditions. Proceed as follows: •

First, open the corner valve on the gas cylinder. The gas pressure reading on the manometer of the pressure reducer must be at least 100 bar for the procedure to be carried out. Subsequently, close the corner valve again.



Via the menu path Beamer Parameters / Filling Level Calibration, select the item Measure 100 bar and press the rotary switch. This calls up a numerical display.



Use the PURGE button on the MB402 to activate a gas flow, thereby observing the manometer on the pressure reducer. Hold the button down until the indicated residual pressure has dropped to 100 bar with the corner valve closed. Wait until the display has settled to show a stable value, then press the rotary switch to log the value.



Select the Measure 30 bar menu item and press the rotary switch.



Again, use the PURGE button on the MB402 to activate a gas flow, thereby observing the manometer on the pressure reducer. Hold the button down until the residual pressure indicated has dropped to 30 bar with the corner valve closed. Wait until the display has settled to show a stable value, then press the rotary button to log the value.



Select the Ready menu item and press the rotary switch for confirmation.

This terminates the procedure. Reset to Standard (from SW0.311) Service menu

Service menu

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Service menu

Service menu

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Service menu

Cal. of argon filling level indicator at two test pressures

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

Value measured at 100 bar: missing Value measured at 30 bar: missing

Please press ENTER button as soon as measured value is stable

Escape Open/close cylin. Measure @ 100 bar Measure @ 30 bar Ready Reset to Standard

Value measured at 100 bar: 3740 mV Value measured at 30 bar: 4106 mV

Escape Open/close cylin. Measure @ 100 bar Measure @ 30 bar Ready Reset to Standard

If the gas cylinder pressure has already dropped below 100 bar, a standard setting can be selected instead of calibration via the two pressure levels (as described above). This means using fixed values good enough for sufficiently precise pressure indication. Select Beamer Parameters / Filling Level Calibration from the menu, then select Reset to Standard and press the rotary switch for confirmation.

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Service menu

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Service menu

Service menu

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

Pressure alarm threshold : 30 bar

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

If the filling level drops below the set minimum value, a warning signal is automatically emitted. The minimum value (or alarm threshold) can be adjusted by selecting Beamer Parameters and then the Alarm Threshold item and confirming by pressing the rotary switch. Thereafter, you can adjust the alarm threshold across a range of 30 to 80 bar by turning the rotary switch. The factory presetting is 30 bar – a level that provides sufficient reserve when using a 10-liter gas cylinder. When using smaller gas cylinders, the alarm threshold should be set higher.

Display Accumulated Activation Data (from SW1.343) Service menu

Service menu

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Service menu

Service menu

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

Cycle Power: 547 Cut Activations with Argon: 112 Coag Activations with Argon: 3794

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

The unit automatically counts the number of activations in the Cut and Coag operating modes, as well as the number of times the unit has been turned on. The corresponding totals can be displayed. To do this, select Beamer Parameters and then Activation Data and confirm by pressing the rotary switch. The values displayed are merely for information and cannot be adjusted.

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KLS Martin maxium® / maxium® Beamer Service Manual Error Log (from SW1.343) Service menu

Service menu

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Service menu

Service menu Argon Beamer error log: Cons. no.

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

ID

Quantity

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

The “maxium® & maxium® Beamer” system also registers operating troubles and malfunction incidences and saves this information in error logs. The error log for Argon Beamer operating troubles can be displayed by selecting Beamer Parameters and Error Log and pressing the rotary switch for confirmation. The values displayed are merely for information and cannot be adjusted. The log is based on a cyclical (ring-type) memory, which means that the oldest values are overwritten upon reaching the capacity limit.

Clear Error Log (from SW1.343) Service menu

Service menu

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Service menu Please connect Argon Beamer with gas cylinder filled!

Escape Filling Level Cal. Alarm Threshold Activation Data Error Log Clear Error Log

After repairing the unit, it may make sense to clear the error log. To do this, select Beamer Parameters and then the Error Log item. Subsequently pressing the rotary switch deletes all error log entries irreversibly.

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Settings

This submenu provides access to some background functions such as clock setting, HF voltage limitation and activation tone setting (sound scheme selection). Service menu

Service menu

Servicemenu

Basic settings

Basic settings

Setting time and date 2008-04-03 Thursday 08:52:50

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Escape Set clock

Escape Clock 4kVp Limitation Power Bar Graph Lock pow during act Tone settings Representative

Service menu

Escape

Basic settings

Service menu

Service menu

Setting time and date

Setting time and date 2008-04-03 Thursday 08:52:50

2008-04-03 Thursday 08:52:50

Escape Set clock

Program E sSettings cape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Service menu

Cancel Yes No

Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Bar graph: Measured power instead of set power

Cancel Yes

Escape Clock 4kVp Limitation Power Bar Graph Lock pow during act Tone settings Representative

Service menu

Service

Service menu

Basic settings

Lock power adjustments during all activation phases!

Escape Clock 4kVp Limitation Power Bar Graph Lock pow during act Tone settings Representative

Setup

8 52 0

Escape set year set month set date set weekday set hour set minute

Service menu

Escape Clock 4kVp Limitation Power Bar Graph Lock pow during act Tone settings Representative

Service menu

2008 4 3

Block all currents with output voltages > 4 kVp

Basic settings

Please enter service password:

YYYY MM DD wd Thursday hh mm ss

Service menu

Cancel Yes

Service menu

Basic settings

Sound of activation tones and of channel differentiation

Escape Clock 4kVp Limitation Power Bar Graph Lock pow during act Tone settings Representative

Escape Sound Scheme 1 Sound Scheme 2 Sound Scheme 3 Sound Scheme 4

Service menu Basic settings

Escape Clock 4kVp Limitation Power Bar Graph Lock pow during act Tone settings Representative

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KLS Martin maxium® / maxium® Beamer Service Manual Time (from HW02 and SW1.343) Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Basic settings

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Escape Clock 4kVp Limitation Power Bar Graph Low pow during act Tone settings Representative

Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Setting time and date 2008-04-03 Thursday 08:52:50

Escape Clock 4kVp Limitation Spannungsbgr.4kVp Power Bar Graph Low pow during act Leistungssperre Akt Tone settings Representative

Escape Set clock

Service menu

Service menu

Setting time and date

Setting time and date

2008-04-03 Thursday 08:52:50

2008-04-03 Thursday 08:52:50

Escape Set clock

YYYY MM DD wd Thursday hh mm

2008 04 03 08 52

Escape set year set month set date set weekday set hour set minute

From HW02, the maxium® features a clock with calendar function supporting the log functions. Once the unit has been switched off, this clock is powered by a battery located on the controller board. As the clock is not required for operating the unit as intended, a discharged battery does not restrict its usability in any way. The clock is set to Central European daylight saving time (CET) ex factory. There is no automatic changeover from daylight saving time to standard time. The time is also displayed, together with the battery status, via the Device Status / System Information menu path. To set the clock via the path Device Settings / Time, select the Set Time menu item. The parameters “year”, “month”, “day of month”, “hour” and “minute” can then be individually selected and adjusted.

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KLS Martin maxium® / maxium® Beamer Service Manual Voltage Limitation to 4 kV (from SW0.331) Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Basic settings

Escape Clock / Date 4kVp Limitation Power Bar Graph Lock power Tone settings Representative

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Block all currents with output voltages > 4 kVp

Escape Clock / Date 4kVp Limitation Power Bar Graph Lock power Tone settings Representative

Cancel Yes No

This menu item allows you to limit the maximum output voltage to 4 kV for all currents, e.g. in order to protect endoscopic accessories against overload. However, this setting option makes sense only for units up to (and including) HW02. In higher hardware versions, the newly implemented HF output voltage control function ensures that output voltages exceeding 4 kV are limited to open-surgical spray and argon coagulation currents.

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Service menu

Basic settings

Basic settings

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Escape Clock / Date 4kVp Limitation Power Bar Graph Lock power Tone settings Representative

Service menu

Service menu

Bar graph: Measured power instead of set power

Basic settings

Escape Clock / Date 4kVp Limitation Power Bar Graph Lock power Tone settings Representative

Cancel Yes No

If used in the factory-preset mode, the horizontal bar graph below the dosage indicator shows the current dosage setting relative to the maximum value available. As the rotary switch has no left or right end stop indicating the minimum and maximum positions of the adjusting range, the bar graph is intended to keep users informed about their currently set output power level relative to the overall adjusting range. The menu item “YES” allows you to switch the bar graph from indication of the set power to indication of the actual HF output power relative to the set power. In this mode, the bar lights up on only when HF power is actually emitted. This function is useful in cases where the user is in doubt about the correct power setting for an application. For automatic cutting processes, the preset power should always be higher than the power actually required for the task at hand, as this provides “reserve” for controlling power peaks. If the indicated actual value constantly reflects the maximum level, then the preset power is possibly too low. Selecting the “No” menu item returns you to the original bar graph mode (setpoint indication).

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KLS Martin maxium® / maxium® Beamer Service Manual Lock Power Adjustment During Activation (from SW1.343) Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Basic settings

Escape Clock / Date 4kVp Limitation Power Bar Graph Lock power Tone settings Representative

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Lock power adjustments during all activation phases!

Escape Clock / Date 4kVp Limitation Power Bar Graph Lock power Tone settings Representative

Cancel Yes No

During HF current activation, the unit is locked against changes in its settings – except for HF output power adjustments, which are possible also during activation (when using the factory presetting). By selecting “Yes”, however, this menu function allows you to lock the unit against output power adjustments during activation as well. The previous function (power adjustment during activation enabled) can be restored at any time by selecting the “No” item, thus releasing the lock.

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KLS Martin maxium® / maxium® Beamer Service Manual Tone Settings (from SW02.360) Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Basic settings

Escape Clock / Date 4kVp Limitation Power Bar Graph Lock power Tone settings Representative

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Sound of activation tones and of channel differentiation

Escape Clock / Date 4kVp Limitation Power Bar Graph Lock power Tone settings Representative

Escape Sound Scheme 1 Sound Scheme 2 Sound Scheme 3 Sound Scheme 4

Previously, the activation tone for cutting was lower-pitched than that for coagulation, while there was no difference in pitch between the monopolar and bipolar operating modes. With the implementation of SW2.360, this system has been changed. Now there are four different sound schemes as follows: Sound scheme 1: This is the new default sound set: Cut = high pitch, Coag = lower pitch, plus pitch difference between monopolar and bipolar, i.e. 4 different acoustic activation signals altogether. Sound scheme 2: Same as scheme 1: Cut = high pitch, Coag = lower pitch, but no pitch difference between monopolar and bipolar, i.e. 2 different acoustic activation signals altogether. Sound scheme 3: Same as scheme 1, but additional differentiation between M1 and M2, B1 and B2, and monopolar and bipolar, i.e. 8 different acoustic activation signals altogether. The difference between Bipol Cut B1 and B2 has been made particularly noticeable in response to user requests. Sound scheme 4: “Martin Classic”: Coag = high pitch, Cut = lower pitch. This setting corresponds to the previous maxium® sounds used up to software version V1.357, reflecting the delivery status of all units with hardware versions up to HW03 inclusive. This means that KLS Martin customers can set their familiar sounds. Sound scheme 1 is automatically activated during software updates (default setting). Users who wish to work with their familiar sound configuration therefore must switch over to sound scheme 4 in a one-time action.

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Status Information

This menu allows you to check the hardware and software configurations of the maxium®, as well as to access the activation and error logs. Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Basic settings

Escape Software releases Hardware releases System Information Logging

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Service menu

Basic settings

Anzeige der Softwareversionen

Escape Software releases Hardware releases System Information Logging

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Service menu

ME402 MAXIUM Softw.: S00 02.368 Serie Build: Dec 13 2007 Time: 16:40:45 This software does not support Beamer MB181 anymore! This software does not support CAN Smoke Evac.Mod! Digital Pattern Generator: V 01.00 Digital Tone Generator: V 00.00 Mono Contr.: V12.04 (upd to V11.02 avail.) Bootl.V01.00 found No CAN-Bus Adapter detected! (Smoke Evac.)

Servicemenu Service menu

Basic settings

Anzeige Info tableder of hardware Hardwareversionen versions

Escape Software releases Hardware releases System Information Logging

Escape Software releases Hardware releases System Information Logging

Service menu Please enter service password:

Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Info table of hardware versions

Escape Software releases Hardware releases System Information Logging

Service menu

Service

2008-04-03 Thursday 08:52:50 Battery checked ok! No Maxium Argon Beamer MB 402 detected! Bipolar Instrument Code: #00

Escape Software releases Hardware releases System Information Logging

Service menu

Basic settings

Setup

Escape Software releases Hardware releases System Information Logging

Info table of hardware versions

Escape Activation logging Error logging

Escape Software releases Hardware releases System Information Logging

Service menu

Service menu

Activation request log

Basic settings

Escape Activation logging Error logging

Service menu

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Service menu List of stored error events

Basic settings

Overview Service menu Device Status

Total # of activations: 20 Page 1 / 3 C 0 src date time msec Watt channel ID current mode P-On 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 08:52:50 Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 08:55:43 670 050 BICUT2 021 Forfex: Mechanisc Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 08:55:49 490 050 BICUT2 021 Forfex: Mechanisc Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 08:57:50 510 040 BICUT2 021 Forfex: Mechanisc Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 08:58:24 420 040 BICOAG1 026 Macro Auto Stop: Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 08:58:53 260 050 BICOAG1 026 Macro Auto Stop: Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 09:17:33 490 050 BICUT2 021 Forfex: Mechanisc Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 09:19:27 210 050 BICUT2 021 Forfex: Mechanisc Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 09:21:06 710 080 BICUT2 021 Forfex: Mechanisc Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 09:49:23 4900 080 MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Ve Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 09:52:49 620 080 MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Ve Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 09:57:51 470 080 MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Ve Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 10:09:11 2400 080 MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monop Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 10:09:40 2980 080 MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monop Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 10:10:22 1840 080 MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monop Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 10:17:48 1110 080 MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Ve Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 10:19:37 50 080 MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monop Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 10:19:59 70 080 MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Ve Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 10:22:30 1210 080 MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Ve Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 10:27:08 1350 080 MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Ve Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 10:29:03 1610 080 MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monop Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:33:44 840 080 MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Versch Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:37:36 770 080 MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Versch Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:37:49 3340 080 MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monopolar Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:37:56 2740 080 MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monopolar Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:38:05 2540 080 MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monopolar Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:43:48 630 080 MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Versch Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:44:12 720 080 MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Versch Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:53:51 960 080 MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Versch Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:54:11 3280 080 MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monopoplar Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:54:38 2910 080 MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monopolar Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:54:43 1230 080 MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monopolar Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:57:17 640 080 MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Versch Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:54:43 1390 080 MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monopolar Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:55:01 3550 080 MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monopolar Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:55:23 2040 080 MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monopolar

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Escape Activation logging Error logging

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KLS Martin maxium® / maxium® Beamer Service Manual Software Releases (from HW 1.343) Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Basic settings

Escape Software releases Hardware releases System Information Logging

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Service menu

Service menu

Info table of software versions

Basic settings

Escape Software releases Hardware releases System Information Logging

ME402 MAXIUM Softw.: S0 0 02.368 Serie Built: Dec 13 2007 Time: 16:40:45 This software does not support Beamer MB181 anymore! This software does not support CAN smoke Evac.Mod.! Digital Pattern Generator: V 01.00 Digital Tone Generator: V 00.00 Mono Contr.: V12.04 (upd to V11.02 avail.) Bootl.V01.00 found No CAN-Bus Adapter detected! (Smoke Evac.)

Escape Software releases Hardware releases System Information Logging

This menu item allows you to check the release status of the software of all the programmable systems of the unit. Apart from the main controller, programmable systems are the two CPLDs (complex programmable logic devices) for the sound generator and the HF current pulse pattern generator located on the controller board, the controller on the patient circuit side of the monopolar board, and the Argon Beamer. These programmable peripheral systems can also be supplied with program updates by the main controller. However, the patient-circuit and Argon Beamer controllers require a bootloader for this purpose (a bootloader is a program part that maintains communication with the main controller independent of the main program while the old main program is being erased and the new main program installed). Whether the bootloader is installed or not is indicated here as well. The updating process is carried out automatically where possible. If not possible because there is no bootloader installed, both the current version and the new version (the one that could be installed with a bootloader) are displayed. The controllers can only be programmed with a bootloader from outside, using the programming interface provided on the respective board. A CAN bus adapter for smoke evacuator control is recognized as well and indicated here if connected.

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Service menu

Basic settings

Basic settings

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Escape Software releases Hardware releases System Information Logging

Service menu

Service menu Info table of hardware versions

Basic settings

Hardware Level: HW05 [05] Total # of Board-ID ROMs detected: 7

Escape Software releases Hardware releases System Information Logging

ID HV HR Board KW/SN MIN-Sw Hw Fw 01 00 02 C40-2346 0607/041 S0001350 03 02 00 02 C40-2337 0607/021 S0001350 03 03 00 00 C40-2327 1107/009 S0001356 04 02.368 MONOPOLARMOD. 04 00 01 C40-2281 1806/007 S0001350 03 11.002 BIPOLARMODULE 05 00 02 C40-2155 0305/038 S0001332 02 KEYBOARD 06 00 00 C40-2471 1107/042 S0001256 05 OUTP.CONNECTRs 07 00 01 C40-2425 2207/017 S0001356 04 ROM size: 2 MBytes This unit uses standard HW00/01 AC-controller This hardware features backup battery support Output connector configuration: M MAINBOARD

POWERMANAGER CONTROLLER

Escape Software releases Hardware releases System Information Logging

Starting with hardware version HW02, all electronic components are equipped with identifiers, i.e. small, non-volatile memories in which the module’s ID number, serial number and version number are stored. All of this information can be displayed in this menu. From HW04, SW2.360, the unit automatically recognizes and displays the socket version as well. The identifier data is used to determine and display the hardware version of the unit. In this process, non-permitted module combinations are detected as well – in which case an error message is displayed and the unit blocked as a result. The size of the main-board program memory is displayed in addition. Up to HW01, the respective storage space was only 1 MB; from HW02, 2 MB are now available. This larger memory size is required for software updates for V2.368 or higher versions.

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Service menu

Basic settings

Basic settings

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Escape Software releases Hardware releases System Information Logging

Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Basic settings

Escape Software releases Hardware releases System Information Logging

2008-04-03 Thursday 08:52:50 Battery checked OK! No Maxium Argon Beamer MB402 detected! Bipolar Instrument Code: #00

Escape Software releases Hardware releases System Information Logging

This menu item offers additional system status information such as date and time regarding the internal clock, the charge status of the clock’s buffer battery, the maxium® Beamer connection status and the code of an instrument connected to output B2. If no instrument is connected to B2, or one that lacks an instrument identifier, the code “00” is displayed.

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Service menu

Basic settings

Basic settings

Escape Program Settings Beamer Parameters Device Settings Device Status Device Calibration MAXIUM Update

Escape Software releases Hardware releases System Information Logging

Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Basic settings

Escape Software releases Hardware releases System Information Logging

Escape Activation logging Error logging

Service menu

Service menu

Basic settings

Activation request log

Escape Activation logging Error logging

Total # of activations: 20 src date time msec P-On 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 08:52:50 Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 08:55:43 670 Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 08:55:49 490 Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 08:57:50 510 Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 08:58:24 420 Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 08:58:53 260 Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 09:17:33 490 Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 09:19:27 210 Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 09:21:06 710 Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 09:49:23 4900 Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 09:52:49 620 Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 09:57:51 470 Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 10:09:11 2400 Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 10:09:40 2980 Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 10:10:22 1840 Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 10:17:48 1110 Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 10:19:37 50 Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 10:19:59 70 Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 10:22:30 1210 Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 10:27:08 1350 Pedal 2008-04-03 Donnerstag 10:29:03 1610 Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:33:44 840 080 Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:37:36 770 080 Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:37:49 3340 080 Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:37:56 2740 080 Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:38:05 2540 080 Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:43:48 630 080 Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:44:12 720 080 Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:53:51 960 080 Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:54:11 3280 080 Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:54:38 2910 080 Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:54:43 1230 080 Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:57:17 640 080 Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:54:43 1390 080 Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:55:01 3550 080 Pedal 2008-03-31 Montag 14:55:23 2040 080

Service menu

Page 1 / 3 C 0 Watt channel ID current mode 050 BICUT2 021Forfex: Mechanisc 050 BICUT2 021Forfex: Mechanisc 040 BICUT2 021 Forfex: Mechanisc 040 BICOAG1 026 Macro Auto Stop: 050 BICOAG1 026 Macro Auto Stop: 050 BICUT2 021 Forfex: Mechanisc 050 BICUT2 021 Forfex: Mechanisc 080 BICUT2 021 Forfex: Mechanisc 080 MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Ve 080 MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Ve 080 MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Ve 080 MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monop 080 MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monop 080 MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monop 080 MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Ve 080 MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monop 080 MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Ve 080 MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Ve 080 MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Ve 080 MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monop MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Versch MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Versch MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monopolar MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monopolar MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monopolar MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Versch MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Versch MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Versch MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monopolar MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monopolar MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monopolar MOCUT1 002 Blend Cut: Versch MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monopolar MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monopolar MOCOAG1 044 Clamp Coag: Monopolar

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