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  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    System Backend Components...............8 PC Module (Motherboard) ..............8 SuperMicro X8DAI-B (customized) ..............9 BCM Motherboard (customized BC77Q)............9 BCM Motherboard (customized BC77Q) for EPIQ 5 only......10 User Interface Components ..............10 Control Panel Controls ................11 Audio I/O Module ................12 Video Configurations for Different Models .........
  • Page 4 EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual System AC Voltage Input Thresholds ............23 VPPM Block Diagram .................. 24 Essential and Non-Essential System Voltages ..........24 Optional Battery Operation ..............25 Power Regulator Board PRB ..............26 Power Regulator Board Block Diagram ............27 Backplane .....................
  • Page 5 EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual System Backup ................... 48 System Restore .................. 49 Touch Screen Main Menu ................49 Performance Testing ................49 Test Equipment ..................50 Test Procedures ................. 50 Exam-Start Tests .................. 50 To Start an Exam when Data Security is Enabled: ........50 To Start an Exam when Data Security is Disabled: ........
  • Page 6 EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Electrostatic Discharge ESD Precautions ..........70 Fire Safety..................... 71 General Cautions .................. 71 Module 6 Troubleshooting ..............72 Trouble Shooting Power Issues ............72 LED Indicators ..................73 Power Supply LED Indicators..............73 Rear Panel of VPPM ..................73 Channel Board LED Indicators ..............
  • Page 7 EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual DICOM Devices to Connect to System: ..........100 Other Needed Information: .............. 101 © 2016 Conquest Imaging...
  • Page 9: Module 1 Introduction

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Module 1 Introduction This manual is specific to the OEM Philips models EPIQ 5 and EPIQ 7 field service training presented by the Conquest Imaging training department. After completing the training, you will:  Understand overall system operation.
  • Page 10 EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  DICOM Standards and Networks  Preventive Maintenance  Probe Care and Handling  NFPA 99 Electrical Safety  Crash Course  OEM Platforms To see the full descriptions and the scheduling of these courses, please visit our training department website:
  • Page 11: Module 2 System Hardware And Theory

    The goal of the System Hardware and Theory Module is to provide for taking notes. you with a solid grounding on the purpose of the EPIQ 5 & 7 system’s different components and how they function together within the system. The three major functional blocks in any ultrasound system are: ...
  • Page 12: Front End Block Diagram

    B-mode (2D), Doppler, PWD or CWD. The three major boards in the Philips EPIQ system’s front end are the Acquisition Control Board (ACB), along with the Channel Board (CB) and the Transducer Select Board (TSB).
  • Page 13: Aquistion Control Board Block Diagram

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual These processing functions include reconstruction of the transmit beam, quadrature bandpass filtering, frequency compounding, log detection, sample rate conversion, phase detection, color packetization and Doppler range gating. Aquistion Control Board Block Diagram Scan DMA...
  • Page 14: Channel Board

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  Channel Board  Power Regulator  Audio I/O board (AIO)  Power Distribution Board See the Temperature Control section for more information on this topic. The ACB also receives 12Vdc via the backplane and supplies 9Vdc to the CB FPGAs.
  • Page 15: Transducer Select Board

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual voltages from the Power Regulator Board (PRB) to control noise on the high voltage lines. The voltages resident on the CB for the matrix transmitters are XHV-, XHV+, XV-5, XV+11, and XV+3.3. Discrete circuits (amplifiers) generate transmitter voltages up to 160V (200V peak to peak).
  • Page 16: Transducer Select Board Block Diagram

    Transducer Select Board Block Diagram System Backend Components This section describes the System Back End topics for the EPIQ 5 and EPIQ 7. The back end includes system blocks/components on the user interface side that perform functions such as master controller, signal processing, image memory, video layout, peripherals and user interface.
  • Page 17: Supermicro X8dai-b (customized)

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual ACB and CB. The VIO, EIO, AIO and graphics card all reside in PCIe slots on the motherboard. Operating system and applications are supported on a solid-state drive (SSD) for faster startup, and to isolate patient data to its own drive.
  • Page 18: Bcm Motherboard (customized Bc77q) For Epiq 5 Only

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual BCM Motherboard (customized BC77Q) for EPIQ 5 only. This motherboard contains a single quad-core processor from the Intel E3 Xeon product family and is used in version 1.3.1 and later systems.  The processor supports 16 GB DIMM per system.
  • Page 19: Control Panel Controls

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  LED status indicators  Keyboard illumination LEDs  Spare USB connector  TGC slide controls Control Panel Controls © 2016 Conquest Imaging...
  • Page 20: Audio I/o Module

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Audio I/O Module The Audio Input/Output Module (AIO) handles audio functions such as CW and PW Doppler, microphone, physio beeps and PC generated beeps. The audio processing such as volume control, filtering, mixing and scaling occurs on the motherboard which delivers five different audio streams.
  • Page 21: Epiq S-video Option

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual EPIQ systems with the BCM motherboard and 1.4 software. The SVIO Module is a double-board assembly which occupies two PCI-E slots on the motherboard. This version of the system came standard with this video configuration.
  • Page 22: Systems With Non S-video Options

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Systems with Non S-Video Options The embedded graphics chip on the motherboard processes the following video signals:  DisplayPort video for the main display.  DisplayPort video for the auxiliary display. (external monitor)  DVI video for the control panel touch screen.
  • Page 23: Video I/o Module

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual The monitor is powered by the VPPM; +24 Vdc (VDC_SYS signal) and uses TFT/IPS display technology and has the following specifications:  Aspect ratio: 16:9  Contrast ratio: > 1000:1  Resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels ...
  • Page 24: Systems With Vio And Graphics Card Video Configuration

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  DisplayPort supports user connected DP-DVI dongles. If a dongle is connected to the system, the Helium FPGA is signaled to send video in DVI format. Systems with VIO and Graphics Card Video Configuration...
  • Page 25: Super Video I/o Module

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Super Video I/O Module Super Video I/O Module (SVIO) is a double-board assembly that occupies two PCI-E slots of the motherboard. This replaces the VIO board in newer EPIQ models (software version 1.4) SVIO Main Board The SVIO main board is located in the upper PCI-E SVIO slot of the motherboard.
  • Page 26: Svio Daughtercard

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual On systems with 1.4 software, this board contains the system iButton (see iButton). SVIO Daughtercard The second board in the two board assembly it is located in the lower PCI-E SVIO slot of the motherboard. The functions supplied by this card are: ...
  • Page 27: Systems With Svio Slim Board Video Configuration

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual This board occupies the upper SVIO PCI-E slot and contains the same circuitry as the SVIO Module, except the iButton is on the AIO8 PCB and it has no daughtercard. The daughtercard functions have been moved to other circuit boards or have been changed as follows: ...
  • Page 28: Extended I/o Module

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Extended I/O Module The extended I/O module is also located in a PCI-E slot of the motherboard and works with the Motion Button Board which is located in the center of the front handle and performs a variety of functions: ...
  • Page 29: Power Distribution Components

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Power Distribution Components The system has several power modes that are important to understand before attempting to troubleshoot problems related to power distribution. The system power up sequences vary depending upon the power mode.
  • Page 30: Voyager Platform Power Module Vppm (power Supply)

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual All ATX and newer Follows this sequence when the PS_ON signal is (High) available: power supplies use the PS_ON signal to power Power Audio Power Supply up the system. The Backplane PC Module Distribution...
  • Page 31: System Ac Voltage Input Thresholds

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual VPPM shuts off all voltage outputs except for V_ACC and 5V_STBY when the system is off and the batteries are charged. System AC Voltage Input Thresholds Power AC Input Description Mode Voltage Range Normal AC...
  • Page 32: Vppm Block Diagram

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual VPPM Block Diagram The LEDs on the back of the VPPM module indicate:  AC Power present  24 V – VDC-SYS ready  ATX – PC/Digital voltages ready  Battery status Power Optional...
  • Page 33: Optional Battery Operation

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Voltages Essential? Function +3.3 VDC Provides logic power to the digital circuitry (CPUs and ICs) throughout the system. 5V_STBY This power is on even when the system is off, to control the power-on signal from the motherboard.
  • Page 34: Power Regulator Board Prb

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  Provides V_ACC for control panel articulation. (enable/disable V_ACC using button on the system handle)  Provides 5V_STBY for the power-on signal from motherboard. Power Regulator Board PRB The Power Regulator Board (PRB) performs a variety of functions including power distribution, monitoring, temperature control and high voltage generation for the front end.
  • Page 35: Power Regulator Board Block Diagram

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Power Regulator Board Block Diagram The PRB also receives sense line input from +5.5AS, 3.17A +3.8AS, 5.24A Temp the Channel Board for +2.3AS, 7.2A Control FAN_CTRL the following analog -5.5AS, 3.35A Power +3.3SS, 7.2A...
  • Page 36: Backplane

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Backplane The main function of the backplane is to distribute power signals to other parts of the system minimizing the numbers of cables attached directly to other modules. The backplane itself contains no active circuitry or components although it does have a power switch (PWR_SW) and a reset switch (RESET_SW) that connect to the power pins on the motherboard.
  • Page 37: Power Distribution Board

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Power Distribution Board The Power Distribution Board contains no active circuitry. It receives DC voltages from the VPPM and supplies to system via the following connectors that are listed as they appear from right to left when viewed from the back of the system: ...
  • Page 38: I 2 C Diagnostic Bus And Pic Functions

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual C Diagnostic Bus and PIC Functions The PICs and I C also perform other tasks such as identify connected transducers on the TSB at system boot-up. The ARGON FPGA located on ACB provides master clock for the I C diagnostic bus.
  • Page 39: Module 3 Network Configuration

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Module 3 Network Configuration The following sections provide some basic biomedical networking background information along with information and procedures specific to the EPIQ ultrasound systems. These systems support both ethernet and wireless network connections. The ethernet connection can be implemented direct to a wall jack or through a hub that supports other DICOM devices such as a printer.
  • Page 40: Prepare For Network Configuration

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Prepare for Network Configuration Note: If the ultrasound You can find and print out the information needed to configure the system will be connected system in the Network Configuration Worksheet appended to the end to an Xcelera system, of this manual.
  • Page 41 EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual System Ethernet Jack  Connect the other end of the cable to the network receptacle on the system. Ethernet Connection Diagram 1. Ultrasound system connected directly to an Ethernet connection through a jack on the wall (shown in blue).
  • Page 42: Wireless Adaptor Installation

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Wireless Adaptor Installation The system is capable of using both a wired or wireless network. For wireless networking a you must install a wireless network adapter in the right side enclosure. There are two types of motherboards used in different versions of the EPIQ systems, SuperMicro and the BCM.
  • Page 43: Install Wireless Network Adapter Bcm Motherboard

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Install Wireless Network Adapter BCM Motherboard The following procedure tells you how to install the wireless network adapter on systems using the BCM motherboards (version 1.2 systems and later: 1. Verify that the customer intends to use wireless networking.
  • Page 44: Network Setup Procedures

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Network Setup Procedures The following are standard networking set up procedures. Help topics are available on the system screen. Set Type of Connection Ethernet or Wireless You can set the connection type manually or use the Setup Wizard to set up all the connectivity settings.
  • Page 45: Configure Ultrasound System For A Network Connection

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Disable.) Configure Ultrasound System for a Network Connection To change the dynamic (DHCP) or static IP connection status:  Press Support and click the Network/DICOM tab.  Click  The values entered for Network Settings TCP/IP Properties.
  • Page 46: Dicom Device/server Configuration Procedures

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Append Given Name with One of the Following DNS Suffixes (In Order) and add one or more DNS suffixes.  Click Save and close the DNS Settings tab. DICOM Device/Server Configuration Procedures The following sections describe the setup and configuration of DICOM servers and devices such as printers, media.
  • Page 47: Edit Settings For A Configured Printer

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  Select a Supported Printer Medium.  To perform DICOM verification now, click Note: The printer must be Automatically Perform verified before it can be DICOM Verification After Saving? used.  Click and Save.
  • Page 48: Select A Server For Use And Edit Server Settings

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Add and verify a DICOM server:  Press  Support and click Network/DICOM DICOM Settings.  Under DICOM Services Configuration, click Add.  In the Add DICOM Device dialog box, select the server type from Device Type list.
  • Page 49: Use The Setup Wizard To Set Up The System For Use With A Server

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  Select your default server from the Devices menu.  Select the storage server for association with Acquire 1 Acquire 2. You can send to either a primary or a backup server.  Touch Utilities.
  • Page 50: To Configure Dicom Parameters

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  Under Edit DICOM Device you can enter changes to the  Device Type  Device Name  AE Title  Port No.  IP Address  Click Advanced Settings and if necessary, select or change the required settings.
  • Page 51: Dicom Storage Commit

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  Click Save, and then click Save again. DICOM Storage Commit The DICOM Storage Commit (SC) feature allows users to archive images to a network server and to receive a response from the SC server that indicates that the server has received the storage request and successfully stored the images.
  • Page 52: Media Settings

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual when the server does not respond.  -Retry Delay After Failed Storage Commit: You can specify the amount of time in minutes the system should wait before resending exam content and a commitment request if the storage commit fails.
  • Page 53: Enabling Export Of Native Data

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  Network/DICOM DICOM Selection. For Structured Reports to be sent automatically at end exam, the storage destination must be selected for either the Acquire 1   Archive/Print. Acquire 2 keys in Setups Acquisition/Capture To enable export of structured reports: ...
  • Page 54: Hard Drive Status And Maintenance Settings

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  Export 3D Volume Data  Export Temporal (4D) Volume  Export 3D Volume Presentation State  Click Save. Hard Drive Status and Maintenance Settings When the hard drive capacity is close to being reached the hard-drive status messaging feature informs users of the remaining hard drive capacity.
  • Page 55 EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  Do one of the following:  Click Manual.  Click Automatically Delete Archived Exams and choose the time interval to keep the exams.  Click Save. © 2016 Conquest Imaging...
  • Page 56: Module 4 Preventive Maintenance

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Module 4 Preventive Maintenance Preventive maintenance procedures are very important in a clinical setting. Be sure to follow the health care facilities documentation procedures. Philips recommends that preventive maintenance procedures be performed every 12 months. The following equipment is needed for basic preventive maintence: ...
  • Page 57: System Restore

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  Presets  Printers  Protocol  Transducer Test results  User Accounts  Wireless System Restore You can “restore” customized settings either from removable media or restore to the factory default settings. Touch Screen Main Menu...
  • Page 58: Test Equipment

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  If any one of the performance tests fails, perform the System Test. You gain access to the system test using the Minimum Test Environment MTE. The MTE has many different utilities with different levels of access.
  • Page 59: To Start An Exam When Data Security Is Disabled

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual 4. Click Done. 5. Continue exercising the system as described in the other performance-test procedures in this section. 6. When the test is finished, do the following: a. Touch Exam. b. Edit the information in the Patient Data form.
  • Page 60: Testing Color And Cpa Imaging

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual decreases to the original size. 5. Turn Depth. Verify the changes in depth. 6. Press Zoom to display the High Definition (HD) Zoom box. 7. Use the trackball and its buttons to move and resize the HD Zoom box.
  • Page 61: To Test Color And Color Power Angio Operation

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual To test Color and Color Power Angio operation: 1. Press Color. Verify that the color box appears. 2. Turn Color to change the gain. Verify that the color box is filled with color noise.
  • Page 62: Testing Live 3d

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual marker. b. If Box Size is amber-colored, rotate the trackball and press the left trackball button to change the color box size. c. If Box Position is amber-colored, rotate the trackball and press the left trackball button to move the color box around the display.
  • Page 63: To Test Live 3d Operation

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  The appropriate licensed options are installed. To Test Live 3D operation: 1. Select a 3D transducer and an appropriate application/preset. 2. Position the transducer over an area of interest. 3. Press 3D to start the Live 3D acquisition 4.
  • Page 64: To Test Connectivity And Review Functionality

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual To Test connectivity and review functionality: 1. Start an exam. 2. Press 2D and press Color. 3. Turn Color to adjust color gain, until color noise appears in the color box. 4. Press the Acquire control that is configured to a printer. Verify...
  • Page 65: Testing Annotations And Body Markers

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Testing Annotations and Body Markers Successful execution of this test implies that the annotation, text- erase, and body marker functions are operational. Test the annotation and body marker functions: 1. Press and obtain a 2D image.
  • Page 66: To Perform A 2d Distance Measurement

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Note: The left, right, and To Perform a 2D Distance Measurement: middle trackball buttons can each be set to one of 1. Start a patient exam, if you have not already done so. three measurement operations: End, Toggle, 2.
  • Page 67: Peripherals Tests

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Note: If you enter an 5. Click Start Query. asterisk (*) in the Last Name field, the query 6. Select Patient(s). returns all exams in the device. This may take a 7. Click Retrieve to retrieve the data from the server.
  • Page 68: To Test Printer Operation

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual b. Verify that the displayed image is spatially correct, horizontally and vertically. To Test Printer Operation: 1. Start an exam: a. Touch Patient. b. Click End Exam to ensure the previous exam was ended.
  • Page 69: To Test Foot Switch Operation

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual focus and that the gray bar displays the full range of gray shades as seen on the monitor. 8. Verify that the print image is spatially correct, horizontally and vertically. To Test Foot Switch Operation: 1.
  • Page 70: To Export The System Test Results

    OK. Filter Cleaning Philips recommends once yearly cleaning at minimum and more often in dusty environment. Also, you should think of this as one of these very first “Is it plugged in?” troubleshooting steps. The system shuts down if it overheats.
  • Page 71: Set Filter Status Procedure

    The recommended interval for caster maintenance is also every 12 months. You will need to use the system cart lift tool and Molygraph SL3144 bearing grease as recommended by Philips if maintence or replacement is needed. Move the system, check caster operation and visually inspect for damage.
  • Page 72: Servicing The Brake/steering Locks Mechanism

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  Mid-point – You can steer the cart; the rear casters swivel and all casters roll.  Fully down – The cart is fully locked and should not roll or steer. The lift tool is only used...
  • Page 73: To Clean Monitor And Touch Screen

     Disinfectants may be used if necessary but should not be used such cleaners or products routinely! may damage the monitor and touch-screen  Philips recommends using microfiber cloth for all cleaning. surfaces.  Philips recommends using microfiber cloth for all cleaning. Note: Paper towels can damage the LCD screen surface.
  • Page 74: Trackball Inspection And Cleaning

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  On the calibration display, touch the dark cross-hairs.  Click to save the calibration data. Trackball Inspection and Cleaning The trackball should be inspected and cleaned as a part of normal preventive maintaince. Before cleaning you should check the trackball for smooth operation.
  • Page 75 EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  Use a cotton swab moistened with alcohol to remove dust and debris from the trackball reservoir.  Then use a second alcohol swab to clean the rollers. © 2016 Conquest Imaging...
  • Page 76 EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  Replace the trackball in the reservoir and carefully align the ring to prevent damage to the threads while turning clockwise until it is securely in place. © 2016 Conquest Imaging...
  • Page 77: Module 5 General Safety Precautions

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Module 5 General Safety Precautions This section is not intended to be an all inclusive safety procedure guide. It is only brief overview of best practices that applies to all health care facilities and types of medical equipment. You should be...
  • Page 78: Electromagnetic Interference

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Electromagnetic Interference Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) between wireless electronic transmitting devices and medical equipment can cause degradation of the ultrasound image. The system is in compliance with existing EMI/EMC requirements. However, the use of this system in proximity of an electromagnetic field can cause degradation of the ultrasound image at times.
  • Page 79: Fire Safety

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  Low humidity (hot and dry conditions)  Improper grounding  Unshielded cables  Poor connections Use the following precautions in order to reduce ESD:  Wrist straps  Antistatic mats  Antistatic spray on carpets or linoleum Before handling a board or you can touch a grounded surface such as the power supply housing to discharge any built-up charge.
  • Page 80: Module 6 Troubleshooting

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Module 6 Troubleshooting This module covers common troubleshooting tools and procedures for both the EPIQ 5 & 7. Trouble Shooting Power Issues If you have power but the system will not start up with the power button, you can try checking the following on the motherboard: ...
  • Page 81: Led Indicators

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual LED Indicators Many of the circuit board and modules have LEDs that indicate current power status which are useful for troubleshooting. Power Supply LED Indicators The LEDs visible on the back of the VPPM indicate:...
  • Page 82: Power Regulator Board Led Indicators

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Power Regulator Board LED Indicators The following photos show the LEDs in a system that is functioning normally: Immediately After Power Up Normal Steady State © 2016 Conquest Imaging...
  • Page 83: Acquisition Board Power Status Led Indicators

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Acquisition Board Power Status LED Indicators The following LED indicators are found on the aquistion control board. © 2016 Conquest Imaging...
  • Page 84: Isolating The Control Panel

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Isolating the Control Panel You may want to isolate the control panel if you need to determine if it is backend problem such as the control panel or perhaps a cable problem. To isolate the control panel: ...
  • Page 85 EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual serial number, equipment number, software build, and other hardware information.  System Test - Runs the system confidence test. The SystemTest should be run if the system fails any of the performance tests  Software Maintenance - Allows to install or repair software by...
  • Page 86: Module 7 Parts Replacement

     Make sure system is NOT in sleep mode before powering down.  Disconnect AC power from wall socket. Philips recommends disconnecting power cord from system power supply receptacle and hanging it from the hanger at the rear of the system.
  • Page 87: Access To E-module

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Access to E-Module The E-Module contains most of the active circuitry of the system. To open the E-Module:  Locate the peripheral bay release mechanisms on each side of system.  Slide release mechanism towards back of system.
  • Page 88: E-module Board Layout

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual E-Module Board Layout The following photo shows the general layout to familiarize you with the locations of boards and modules. The two black boxes are large heat sinks containing the processors; note that some newer EPIQ models have only a single processor.
  • Page 89: Rear I/o Panel Assembly For Peripherals

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Rear I/O Panel Assembly for Peripherals To remove the I/O panel and PCB assembly:  Locate the side of the peripheral baywhere the Rear I/O panel is installed.  Using a T20 TORX screwdriver, remove the screw that secures the Rear I/O panel to the peripheral bay.
  • Page 90: Motherboard Battery Replacement

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  Pull the Rear I/O panel away from the opposite wall until the panel prongs are clear.  Using a T20 TORX screwdriver, remove the three screws that secure the Rear I/O PCB shield bracket to the Rear I/O panel...
  • Page 91: Resetting The Bios

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  Remove and inspect the battery.  Using a multimeter, check the battery voltage. Most CMOS Always discard spent batteries in an batteries are 3 volts. If the voltage is +2.5 Vdc or lower, consider environmentally safe replacing the battery.
  • Page 92: Post Vio Or Graphics Card Replacement

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Post VIO or Graphics Card Replacement After you replace a video module VIO, SVIO etc. or a graphics card you should perform the display assignment procedure so that the touch screen will display correctly.
  • Page 93 EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual  1.3.x software and earlier - VIO Module If you are unsure of which software version, you can reboot the system. You  1.4 software - SVIO Module Main Board can see it on the display when the system is turned ...
  • Page 94: Module 8 System Adjustments

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Module 8 System Adjustments This module covers adjustments that can be made to the moving parts to increase or decrease the tension if needed. Manual Control Panel Arm Adjustment Normally articulation and height adjustments of the control panel is handled by the motion button on the front panel.
  • Page 95: Monitor Adjustments

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual 3. When you release the lever it locks into the next detent. 4. Repeat if needed for further rotation. Monitor Adjustments The monitor is designed so that the user can adjust for their comfort.
  • Page 96: Adjusting Monitor Swivel Knuckle Tension

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Adjusting Monitor Swivel Knuckle Tension 1. Rotate monitor left/right to determine ease of rotation. 2. Tighten or loosen the screw at the bottom of the knuckle. 3. Readjust as needed. Adjustment Screw © 2016 Conquest Imaging...
  • Page 97: Glossary

    Beamforming – A common signal processing technique used to enable directionally or spatially selected signals to be sent or received from sensor arrays. Color Power Angio – A Philips trademarked method for better visualizing small blood vessel networks. Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine – A medical...
  • Page 98 EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual C – Inter-IC bus, a two wire serial bus for communication between integrated circuits. Developed by Philips in the 1980’s it is now an industry standard. In Plane Switching – A type of thin film transistor LCD screen that has particularly good wide viewing angle and accurate color reproduction.
  • Page 99: Acronyms

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Acronyms AE – Application Entity ASIC – Application Specific Integrated Circuit ACB – Acquisition Control Board ADC – Analog to Digital Converter AIO – Audio Input/Output (board) ATX – Advanced Technology eXtended CB – Channel Board CW –...
  • Page 100 EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual RST – Resident Self Test SATA – Serial AT Attachment SBS – Smart Battery System SCP – Service Class Provider SIP – Signal/Image Processing SVHS – Super Video Home System TFT – Thin Film Transistor TGC –...
  • Page 101: Appendix 1 Bios Settings

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Appendix 1 BIOS Settings The BIOS settings set at the factory define the parameters necessary for a computer motherboard to properly boot. These settings are stored in flash memory on the motherboard. The settings are different for each particular motherboard.
  • Page 102 EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual SuperMicro Motherboards BIOS Parameter Settings Intel C-STATE tech Enabled C State package limit setting Auto C1 Auto Demotion Enabled C3 Auto Demotion Enabled Clock Spread Spectrum Disabled Advanced Chipset Control CPU Bridge Configuration QPI Links Speed...
  • Page 103 EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual SuperMicro Motherboards BIOS Parameter Settings Hardware Health Configuration CPU Overheat Alarm The Default Alarm System Fan Monitor Fan Speed Control Modes Balanced/BL ACPI Configuration ACPI Aware O/S ACPI Version Features ACPI V2.0 Suspend mode...
  • Page 104 EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual SuperMicro Motherboards BIOS Parameter Settings 1st Drive RAID: INTEL [device name] 2nd Drive RAID: Intel Volume0 Removable Drives Note: Invoking BIOS default sets these to Not Installed. However, these settings may be reset to the appropriate settings after the system boots.
  • Page 105: Bios Settings For Bcm Motherboards

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual BIOS Settings for BCM Motherboards BCM Motherboards BIOS Parameter Settings PCI Subsystem Settings Above 4g Decoding Disabled PCI Latency Timer 32 PCI Bus Clocks ACPI Settings ACPI Sleep State S3 Only (Suspend to RAM)
  • Page 106 EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual BCM Motherboards BIOS Parameter Settings USB Configuration Legacy USB Support Enabled USB Mass Storage Device Support Enabled Note: If a USB key is inserted into the system, this field is visible. Mass Storage Devices...
  • Page 107 EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual BCM Motherboards BIOS Parameter Settings LAN2 Controller Disabled LAN2 Option-ROM Disabled Wake on LAN2 Disabled Restore AC Power Loss Power Off Amplifier GAIN (dB) 15.3 dB System Agent (SA) Configuration VT-d Disabled Primary Display...
  • Page 108: Appendix 2 Network Configuration Worksheet

    EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Appendix 2 Network Configuration Worksheet You can print out these two pages to gather information when preparing for network configuration. Most of the necessary information can be obtained from the system administrator of the facility.
  • Page 109 EPIQ 5 & 7 Training Manual Other Needed Information: Maximum Network Speed: Does the system connect to the LAN at 100Mb/s or You may need to manually configure the higher for full duplex? network adapter settings in Service if “No”.

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