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iE33
Service Manual
453561198931 Rev A December 2004
CSIP Level 1
Copyright © 2004 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All rights reserved

About This Manual

Audience

Manual Format

Conventions in
This Manual
This document and the information contained in it is strictly reserved for current Philips Medical
Systems ("Philips") personnel, Philips licensed representatives, and Philips customers who have
purchased a valid service agreement for use by the customer's designated in-house service
employee on equipment located at the customer's designated site. Use of this document by
unauthorized persons is strictly prohibited. This document must be returned to Philips when the
user is no longer licensed and in any event upon Philips' first written request.
This manual supports the field service maintenance and repair of the iE33 Ultrasound System.
The user of this document is a qualified ultrasound electronics technician who has completed
training classes on the system and its peripherals.
This manual is in Portable Document Format (PDF), for viewing on a laptop computer with
Acrobat Reader. A list of bookmarks functions as an additional table of contents. Those book-
marks, the table of contents, and cross-references use hypertext links to provide access to the
referenced information.
The following conventions are used in this manual:
Hypertext links are blue.
All procedures are numbered, and all subprocedures are lettered. You must complete steps
in the sequence they are presented to ensure reliable results.

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  • Page 1: About This Manual

    About This Manual Audience This document and the information contained in it is strictly reserved for current Philips Medical Systems (“Philips”) personnel, Philips licensed representatives, and Philips customers who have purchased a valid service agreement for use by the customer’s designated in-house service employee on equipment located at the customer’s designated site.
  • Page 2: Service Manual Questions Or Comments

    Various support locations around the world can provide customers technical assistance with the Assistance ultrasound system. Customers should contact the representative or sales office from which they purchased the system or the nearest Philips Ultrasound office. Philips Ultrasound 22100 Bothell-Everett Highway...
  • Page 3 Philips Legal Department. Use of this document and the information contained in it is strictly reserved for current Philips personnel and Philips customers who have a current and valid license from Philips for use by the customer’s designated in-house service employee on equipment located at the customer’s designated site.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Figure 1-1 iE33 Ultrasound System ........
  • Page 5 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 5 CSIP Level 1 Contents Imaging Modes ..................42 Applications .
  • Page 6 Figure 4-1 iE33 Physical Structure ........
  • Page 7 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 7 CSIP Level 1 Contents Table 4-1 Host Hard Drive Partitioning ............85 Acquisition Subsystem .
  • Page 8 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 8 CSIP Level 1 Contents Image Management Network Requirements ............107 Perform the following steps before installing the DICOM Connectivity option .
  • Page 9 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 9 CSIP Level 1 Contents To set up a color or a black-and-white printer ........... . 117 Table 5-6 Sony UPD-23MD Digital Color Printer Driver Settings .
  • Page 10 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 10 CSIP Level 1 Contents Hard Drive Maintenance ............... . 130 To specify the auto-delete exam capabilities for maintaining the hard drive .
  • Page 11 To uncrate the iE33 Ultrasound System ........
  • Page 12 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 12 CSIP Level 1 Contents Figure 5-19 Supporting the Monitor and Arm ........... . . 158 Figure 5-20 Covering the System with an Anti-Static Bag .
  • Page 13 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 13 CSIP Level 1 Contents Figure 5-37 Unlocking the Articulation Arm ............176 To unlock the video monitor articulation arm .
  • Page 14 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 14 CSIP Level 1 Contents Figure 5-53 Installing the Upper OEM Strap Cover ..........192 Performance Tests .
  • Page 15 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 15 CSIP Level 1 Contents Voice Recognition ................. 201 To test voice recognition .
  • Page 16 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 16 CSIP Level 1 Contents Touch Screen Calibration ................212 To calibrate the touch screen .
  • Page 17 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 17 CSIP Level 1 Contents Brake and Swivel-Lock Mechanism ..............223 To service the brake and swivel-lock mechanism .
  • Page 18 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 18 CSIP Level 1 Contents Troubleshooting ............... . .237 Introduction .
  • Page 19 To remove or replace the iE33 system enclosures ....... . .
  • Page 20 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 20 CSIP Level 1 Contents Figure 10-8 Control Panel Articulation Arm Beard Enclosure Assembly ....... . 268 Figure 10-9 Control Panel Articulation Top Lid Enclosure .
  • Page 21 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 21 CSIP Level 1 Contents To remove or replace the touch screen assembly ..........287 Figure 10-28 Touch Screen .
  • Page 22 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 22 CSIP Level 1 Contents Figure 10-42 Top Control Panel Articulation Enclosure ..........302 Figure 10-43 Transducer Holders .
  • Page 23 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 23 CSIP Level 1 Contents Figure 10-59 Rotating the PCB Retainer Brackets ..........319 Figure 10-60 Acquisition Card Cage PCBs .
  • Page 24 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 24 CSIP Level 1 Contents Figure 10-73 Filter Door Cover Enclosure ............333 To remove or replace the filter tray, Platform Power Supply, and battery tray .
  • Page 25 Table 11-3 iE33 System OEM Signal Interconnect Cables ....... . .
  • Page 26 Figure 14-2 iE33 Ultrasound System Parts Locator Map (Left and Right Sides) ......377...
  • Page 27 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 27 CSIP Level 1 Contents Figure 14-4 Video Monitor, Flat-Panel (Front Enclosure) ..........379 Figure 14-5 Video Monitor, Flat-Panel (Rear Enclosure) .
  • Page 28 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 28 CSIP Level 1 Contents Figure 14-25 Rear Enclosure Assembly ............400 Figure 14-26 Transducer Holder Assemblies .
  • Page 29 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 29 CSIP Level 1 Contents Figure 14-46 Platform Power Supply ............421 Figure 14-47 Platform Power Supply Detail .
  • Page 30 Accessories Parts List ................459 Table 14-2 iE33 Ultrasound System Accessories Parts List (Not Illustrated) ......459 Peripherals Parts List .
  • Page 31 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 31 CSIP Level 1 Contents Recordable Media ................470 Formatting a Blank DVD .
  • Page 32: Csip Level 1 Contents

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 32 CSIP Level 1 Contents Hard Drive Maintenance ............... . 479...
  • Page 33: General Information

    Page 33 CSIP Level 1 General Information: Introduction General Information Introduction The iE33 Ultrasound System is a mobile, software-controlled, diagnostic ultrasound system for cardiology and vascular applications. Its function is to acquire, process, and display ultrasound data (Figure 1-1). The operator can measure anatomical structures and generate reports for health-care profes- sionals.
  • Page 34: Figure 1-1 Ie33 Ultrasound System

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 34 CSIP Level 1 General Information: Introduction Figure 1-1 iE33 Ultrasound System...
  • Page 35: Transducers

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 35 CSIP Level 1 General Information: Transducers Transducers Refer to Section 15, “Transducers” for a list of and other information about the transducers. Physical Refer to Section 14, “Parts” for illustrations of the following.
  • Page 36 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 36 CSIP Level 1 General Information: Physical Description area, to an internal plenum at the top of the card cage, and down past the Host PCI cards and SIP Motherboard. Air exits the cart from the bottom rear of the card cage.
  • Page 37: Figure 1-2 Control Panel And Keyboard

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 37 CSIP Level 1 General Information: Physical Description Figure 1-2 Control Panel and Keyboard Control panel Keyboard...
  • Page 38 In addition to the peripherals in the figure, there are three Hewlet-Packard report printers that are supported by system software but not sold by Philips: Desk Jet 5650 color inkjet printer, LaserJet 1300 black-and-white report printer, and Color Laserjet 2550L. Those printers can be...
  • Page 39: Figure 1-3 System Peripherals

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 39 CSIP Level 1 General Information: Physical Description Figure 1-3 System Peripherals UPD-23MD Sony Digital Color Printer UP-D895MD Sony Digital Graphic Printer (Black and White) HS-MD3000UA/EA Mitsubishi Video Cassette Recorder...
  • Page 40: Safety Requirements

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 40 CSIP Level 1 General Information: Safety Requirements Safety • Electromechanical safety standards met: Requirements C22.2 No. 601.1, Canadian Standards Association, Standard for Medical Electrical Equip- ment JIS T 0601-1, Japanese Standard for Medical Electrical Equipment...
  • Page 41: Supplies And Accessories

    Ultrasound supplies and accessories, including transducer biopsy guides, are available from CIVCO Medical Instruments at the addresses and numbers below. Supplies and accessories are Accessories no longer available from Philips Ultrasound. CIVCO Medical Instruments 102 First St. South Kalona, IA 52247-9589 Phone: (800) 445-6741, Ex.
  • Page 42: Specifications

    Page 42 CSIP Level 1 Specifications: Introduction Specifications Introduction Philips Ultrasound reserves the right to change specifications contained herein or to discontinue manufacture at any time without prior notice. Current specifications are supplied with each sys- tem. Physical • Width: 55.9 cm (22.0 in) Dimensions •...
  • Page 43: Applications

    Color Power Angio imaging • 2D Tissue Doppler Imaging • M-mode Tissue Doppler Imaging • Pulsed-wave Tissue Doppler Imaging Applications The following applications are available on the iE33 system: • Adult echocardiography • Pediatric echocardiography (future release) • Stress echocardiography •...
  • Page 44: System Cart

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 44 CSIP Level 1 Specifications: System Cart System Cart State-of-the-art ergonomic design includes: • Easy maneuverability and mobility • Control panel 16.5-cm (6.5 inches) up/down articulation 30-degree rotation (±15 degrees from center) 15.2-cm (6-inch) side-to-side movement (±7.6 cm or 3 in)
  • Page 45: Control Panel And User Interface

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 45 CSIP Level 1 Specifications: Control Panel and User Interface • Mobility through high-quality shock-absorbing casters with two pedal controls for: All-wheel swivel Right-rear-wheel swivel lock Two-wheel front brakes • Digitally enhanced eight-speaker high-fidelity stereo output •...
  • Page 46: Stress Echo Protocols

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 46 CSIP Level 1 Specifications: Stress Echo Protocols • Independent gain controls for 2D, Color, CPA, PW, CW, and M-mode • Eight slide controls for adjustment of the TGC curve • Eight slide controls for adjustment of the LGC curve •...
  • Page 47: Quick Save Feature

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 47 CSIP Level 1 Specifications: Quick Save Feature Quick Save • Provides the ability to quickly save preferred system settings as individual exam types Feature • Up to 45 Quick Save exams can be created per transducer •...
  • Page 48: Physio

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 48 CSIP Level 1 Specifications: Physio Physio • One 3-lead ECG input • Gain, sweep rate and display position controls • Automatic Heart Rate calculation and display • Fault condition display • Cineloop locator displayed on ECG trace System •...
  • Page 49: Display Annotation

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 49 CSIP Level 1 Specifications: Display Annotation • 4x parallel beamforming • 4x RF interpolation • Synthetic Aperture Beamforming Display • On-screen annotation of all pertinent imaging parameters for complete documentation, including transducer type and frequency, active clinical options and optimized presets, display...
  • Page 50: Transducers

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 50 CSIP Level 1 Specifications: Transducers • Tooltips provide a brief description of the abbreviated on-screen image parameters • Informative trackball arbitration prompts • Thumbnail display of images printed or stored • Calculations results and analysis labels •...
  • Page 51: Measurements And Analysis

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 51 CSIP Level 1 Specifications: Measurements and Analysis Measure- ments and Analysis Measurement • 2D distance Tools and • 2D trace circumference/area by continuous trace General • M-mode distance (time/slope) Description • Manual Doppler distance for time/velocity •...
  • Page 52: Qlab Advanced Quantification Plug-in Options

    • User-adjustable Results Box position that is remembered per image display format, and across power cycles • Export measurement and analysis package to a CD or DVD and import into another iE33 system • Add images to the report QLAB •...
  • Page 53 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 53 CSIP Level 1 Specifications: Measurements and Analysis Transparency control to visualize echo grayscale under a semi-transparent CK image CK for arbitrary frame rates CK for the mitral annulus (which represents the basal terminus of the LV endocardium) Manual user editable time overrides for the onset and duration of the parametric display Single-plane volume measurements based on the 5/6 Area-Length method and Simpson’s...
  • Page 54 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 54 CSIP Level 1 Specifications: Measurements and Analysis Can divide the LV into 17 segments Computes global volumes and regional volumes based on LV segments Displays global LV volume waveforms and provides simultaneous display of regional vol-...
  • Page 55: Clinical Option Analysis Packages

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 55 CSIP Level 1 Specifications: Measurements and Analysis Edit or redefine the IMT interfaces, and manipulate the image Edit the intima and media position and reposition the frame used for analysis Calculation of the thickness and success values for the selected position Clinical Option •...
  • Page 56: High Q Automatic Doppler Analysis

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 56 CSIP Level 1 Specifications: Measurements and Analysis • Vascular analysis Right and left carotid artery protocols ICA/CCA ratio Bilateral lower extremity Arterial and Venous labels Bilateral upper extremity Arterial and Venous labels...
  • Page 57: Connectivity

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 57 CSIP Level 1 Specifications: Connectivity Connectivity • Standard features Local print to on-board or off-board video printers Page report print Image and waveform export to removable media (DVD/CD) Export of report data to off-line analysis computer programs 100Base-T Ethernet output •...
  • Page 58: Video Monitor

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 58 CSIP Level 1 Specifications: Video Monitor • On-board patient exam storage (standard) Direct digital storage of B/W and color loops to internal hard disk Storage capacity of 50 patient exams Fully integrated user interface...
  • Page 59: Peripheral Devices/exam Documentation

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 59 CSIP Level 1 Specifications: Peripheral Devices/Exam Documentation • The display is driven at native resolution for all operating modes • Video rate to the display is 75 Hz. Peripheral • Up to two on-board peripherals (excluding report printers) Devices/Exam •...
  • Page 60: Safety

    Do not remove the protective covers on the system; hazardous voltages are present inside. Cabinet panels must be in place while the system is in use. All internal adjustments and replacements must be made by a qualified Philips Ultrasound field service engineer. •...
  • Page 61 • Connection of optional devices not supplied by Philips Ultrasound could result in electrical shock. When such optional devices are connected to your ultrasound system, ensure that the total system earth leakage current does not exceed 300 µA.
  • Page 62 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 62 CSIP Level 1 Safety: Electrical Safety CAUTIONS • Although the system has been manufactured in compliance with existing EMI/EMC require- ments, use of this system in the presence of an electromagnetic field can cause momentary degradation of the ultrasound image.
  • Page 63: Mechanical Safety

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 63 CSIP Level 1 Safety: Mechanical Safety Mechanical Safety WARNINGS • Be aware of the casters, especially when moving the system. The system is heavy, its weight depends upon its configuration, and it could cause injury to you or others if it rolls over feet or into shins.
  • Page 64 The brakes are intended as a convenience, not a safety feature. To increase cart security, use wheel chocks when the system is parked. • If the system behaves abnormally after moving or transporting, contact Philips Ultrasound Customer Service immediately. The components can withstand considerable shock, but excessive shock can cause a system failure.
  • Page 65: Environmental Safety

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 65 CSIP Level 1 Safety: Environmental Safety Environmental NOTES Safety • CCFL lamps (cold cathode fluorescent lamps) in the touch screen and video monitor contain mercury and must be recycled or disposed of according to local, state, or federal laws.
  • Page 66: Symbols

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 66 CSIP Level 1 Safety: Symbols CAUTION In general, only the area of the transducer acoustic window is watertight. Except where specified in specific transducer cleaning instructions, do not immerse the remainder of a transducer in any liquid.
  • Page 67 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 67 CSIP Level 1 Safety: Symbols Indicates that this device is protected against the effects of immersion. This degree of protection can apply to transducers. IPX7 This product consists of devices that may contain lead or mercury, which must be recycled or disposed of in accordance with local, state, or federal laws.
  • Page 68 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 68 CSIP Level 1 Safety: Symbols VGA or parallel output port. Universal Serial Bus (USB) connection. Ethernet connection. The following symbols are used inside the system: Identifies high-voltage components. Ground.
  • Page 69: Theory Of Operation

    The operating system on the host is primarily used for system interaction with the user or net- work and as an application platform for implementing the iE33 operation and behavior. The SIP operating system is configured for headless operation (no graphics subsystem). The pri- mary functions of the SIP operating system include: •...
  • Page 70: Signal Flow

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 70 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Signal Flow Signal Flow Ultrasound data (RF) is acquired from each transducer element and beam-formed (summed) into a coherent data stream. This RF data stream is moved over the RF bus between the Front-End Controller (FEC) and the Host resident Dual Signal Conditioning (DSC) PCB.
  • Page 71: Physical Structure

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 71 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure Physical The system physical structure is illustrated in Figure 4-1. Structure Figure 4-1 iE33 Physical Structure Data Paths: Hard Drive Host M-mode Modem Color...
  • Page 72: Power Subsystem

    CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure Power Power enters the iE33 system via the AC receptacle, located on the AC Tray. The AC Tray Subsystem includes an EMI filter, circuit breaker, OEM isolation transformer and OEM power relay. AC volt- age is also routed to both custom power supplies (Acquisition and Platform).
  • Page 73 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 73 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure in a suspend state, the system will boot much quicker as it is restoring the previous operating system state saved in RAM. Typical boot times are greater than two minutes for a cold boot and less than 35 seconds for a resume from standby.
  • Page 74 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 74 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure The Power Subsystem comprises the following hardware modules: • Platform Power Supply (PPS) • Platform Power Distribution Board • Acquisition Power Supply (APS) •...
  • Page 75 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 75 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure Figure 4-2 Power Subsystem Block Diagram AC Tray Main circuit breaker 15 A Acquisition Power Supply Module Switcher 100, 120 or +3.5 220 - 240 +5.3...
  • Page 76 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 76 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure Figure 4-3 On/Standby Switch and Power Subsystem Block Diagram On/Standby Motherboard 2 Motherboard 1 +/-12, +5, -5, +3.3, +5VSB HOST Power Distribution Board PWR_OK...
  • Page 77 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure AVIO-RIP. The +12 VSB and +5 VSB are present when AC power is applied. (The iE33 sys- tem does not need to be fully powered up. It needs only to be plugged into the wall socket with the circuit breaker on.)
  • Page 78 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 78 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure Platform Power Distribution Board • Mounts to the back wall of the Platform Card Cage and receives voltages from the Platform Power Supply via bus bars and distributes to connectors •...
  • Page 79 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 79 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure AC Tray • Filters input voltage and contains a circuit breaker • Supplies line voltage (100, 120, 230, or 240 Vac) to the Platform Power Supply and Acquisi- tion Power Supply •...
  • Page 80 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 80 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure Figure 4-4 HV Power Supply Block Diagram From acquisition PS AIM+ LV regulator ACQ_+15V LV current monitor 0 - 12 V AIM+ XHV +active...
  • Page 81: Control Subsystem

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 81 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure Control The control subsystem comprises: Subsystem • Control Panel Module (CPM) • Two Control Panel Connector Board Interfaces • Control Panel User Interface (CPUI) •...
  • Page 82 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 82 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure • Keyboard illumination LEDs • Piezoelectric beeper • Detects user inputs, communicates with the system CPU via a USB port, and displays out- puts •...
  • Page 83 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 83 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure • Receives signals from the CPM for the following: Four touch-screen signals to the LCD Four ground signals Two +5 Vdc signals Two +3.3 Vdc signals...
  • Page 84 • The touch screen lights are powered by the Backlight Inverter. NOTE The touch screens contain mercury and must be returned to Philips for disposal. Disk Drives • The DVD drive is used to upgrade system software and transducer files (transducer-specific AP&I data) and may also be used to store images.
  • Page 85 Read/write thumbnails and associated data Read/write other data, including Quick Save presets, logs, and so on Read/write installed Philips application software Bluetooth Receiver The Bluetooth receiver enables wireless remote control using RF technology to enable voice control of the ultrasound system. The receiver may be used with or without a headset. Refer to...
  • Page 86: Acquisition Subsystem

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 86 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure Acquisition The Acquisition Subsystem controls the transducer, generates the electrical impulse (pulse) that Subsystem creates sound waves, and converts the returning echo information into digital data.
  • Page 87 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 87 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure • 4X multiplexer for array data, clock, control signals, and power signals from the NAIM to transducer connectors or to no connection if no transducer connector is selected •...
  • Page 88 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 88 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure Front End Controller (FEC) • Uses 40-MHz/32-MHz differential clocks and 8-MHz sync clock (all derived from NAIM) • Contains an integrated Omni Motor Controller to control the S7-2omni transducer •...
  • Page 89 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 89 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure • RF pre-processing: RF headers, low-pass filter, and line composition buffer to reorder output lines to the DSC • Contains serial LVDS host interface to the AVIO •...
  • Page 90 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 90 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure • Analog signal path D/A conversion and external power amplification. • 32 receive channels per board connect to the FEC bus, TIM bus, and the clocks.
  • Page 91 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 91 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure Neo Analog Interface Module (NAIM • Monitors system temperature, voltage, and beamformer pulser power consumption • Controls Scanhead Select interface (transducer select, personality retrieval, and connectivity status) •...
  • Page 92 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 92 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure • Interface between FEC and the Scanhead Select • Regulates the front-end pulser voltages • Contains Matrix transducer functions including data interface for microbeamformer, HV...
  • Page 93 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 93 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure Motor Controller operation is the same for both types of stepped acquisition. The Motor Con- troller holds the transducer position until instructed to move elsewhere.
  • Page 94: Signal Processing Subsystem

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 94 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure Signal The Signal Processing Subsystem comprises functional blocks that operate on and modify the Processing received signals after beamforming and before image processing. The functional blocks of the sig- nal processing subsystem are partitioned over the following modules.
  • Page 95 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 95 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Physical Structure • Styx ASICs Quadrature Bandpass Filtering (QBP) Lateral gain compensation Automatic Gain Control Band equalization Focal zone matching Digital time gain compensation Detection Compression...
  • Page 96: Output Power Monitor Theory

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 96 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Output Power Monitor Theory Signal and Image Processing Motherboard (SIP) • Contains signal and image processing for all imaging modes. • Scan conversion. • Contains image (Cineloop) memory.
  • Page 97: Acoustic Power And Intensity Manager (apim)

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 97 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Acoustic Power and Intensity Manager (APIM) toring is continuous in all operating states and shuts down the malfunctioning pulser supply within two seconds of fault detection.
  • Page 98: X3-1 Transducer Theory

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 98 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: X3-1 Transducer Theory Channel Board and NAIM sensors are in the input and exhaust air streams. The sensor for the FEC is located in the exhaust air stream. The temperatures are not monitored for the first 10 minutes of system operation.
  • Page 99: Bus Functions

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 99 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Bus Functions Bus Functions Platform PCI Bus Subsystem The system platform PCI bus interface on the Host Motherboard provides access to the AVIO, Buses DSC, IPL, IEP, and the SIP Motherboards. It transfers signal path data transactions, transducer tables, and other data.
  • Page 100: Inter-card Cage Buses

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 100 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Bus Functions Inter-Card Cage Acquisition Control Bus Buses The Acquisition Control Bus provides a high-bandwidth interface between the Acquisition Card Cage and the Platform Card Cage. It provides two unidirectional, five-channel LVDS data and clock paths, reset and hold lines from the Platform Card Cage to the Acquisition Card Cage, and link clock signal lines.
  • Page 101: Front-end Buses

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 101 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Bus Functions Front-End Buses FEP Bus The FEP Bus is a static address, data, and control structure that provides access to various resources on the NAIM, Channel Boards, and S/HSEL modules. This is a 16-bit extension of the FEC local processor bus operating at 40 MHz.
  • Page 102: Data Paths

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 102 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Data Paths NAIM Bus This bus transports data from the FEC to the NAIM. It has a 5-bit command bus and a 16-bit data bus. It is time-multiplexed between TGC control, HVMux programming data, transducer setup for certain transducers, microbeamformer scanfile download (for some transducers).
  • Page 103 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 103 CSIP Level 1 Theory of Operation: Data Paths Figure 4-5 2D Echo and M-mode Data Path Block Diagram Scanhead Channel Array transducer Select boards AVIO Monitor Acquisition Front Plane Host Acquisition Card Cage...
  • Page 104: Installation

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 104 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Introduction Installation Introduction The purpose of the pre-installation on-site evaluation (“pre-site”) is to ensure a trouble-free installation and to assist the customer in providing an environment that supports reliable perfor- mance of the ultrasound system.
  • Page 105: Site Inspection

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 105 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Site Inspection • Fluke LAN Tester • RMI Model 413 Tissue Equivalent Phantom (199-12204-00) • RMI Model 406 Dual Attenuation Phantom (2100-1610-01) • Service manuals for the peripheral devices included with the system •...
  • Page 106 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 106 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Site Inspection Table 5-1 System Specifications (Crated/Uncrated) Parameter Metric Value U.S. Value 166.5/139.7 cm 65.5/55 in Height Width 57 cm 22.5 in Depth 113.0 cm 44.5 in 161 kg...
  • Page 107: Electrical Power Requirements

    CSIP Level 1 Installation: Site Inspection Electrical Power Philips prefers that the system be connected to a dedicated and isolated line (no other equip- Requirements ment on the same line); however, this is not always possible, and system performance is usually sufficient without a dedicated line.
  • Page 108: System Uncrating

    2. Verify that the Shockwatch and Tiltwatch indicators on the outside of the carton have not been activated. If the indicators are red, check the system for further damage. 3. Report any damage or pilferage to the carrier and to the Philips Ultrasound traffic depart- ment.
  • Page 109: System Inspection

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 109 CSIP Level 1 Installation: System Inspection WARNING Use caution when removing the strapping bands securing the shipping container. These bands are under enough tension to cause injury if removed carelessly. System Inspection...
  • Page 110: System Powerup

    10. Verify that hardcopy devices are undamaged and firmly fastened to the system. 11. Verify that the VCR and printer cabling is correct and secure. 12. Remove hold-down brackets on lower rear of the system and return brackets to Philips. System To power up the system 1.
  • Page 111: Peripheral Installations

    7. Create a user logon if you are using the user security features. Refer to the System Adminis- tration section of the iE33 User Reference. 8. Verify the printer and VCR control settings.
  • Page 112: To Change The Vcr Menu Settings

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 112 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Peripheral Installations The menu settings are listed in Table 5-4 and are set using “To change the VCR menu settings” on page 112. Enter the numerical code from Table 5-4 to enter the settings listed.
  • Page 113 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 113 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Peripheral Installations Table 5-2 Mitsubishi HS-MD3000UA/EA VCR Control Settings NTSC Setting PAL Setting Parameter (3000UA) (3000EA) Front Panel Controls Monitor Audio HIFI HIFI Keylock Rear Panel Controls 75 Ohm Video...
  • Page 114 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 114 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Peripheral Installations Table 5-4 Mitsubishi HS-MD3000UA/EA VCR Menu Settings 3000UA NTSC 3000EA PAL Settings Settings Numeric Code Parameter (Not Displayed) (Not Displayed) (Displayed) Menu 1 Rec Tape End...
  • Page 115: To Change The Vcr Hidden Menu Settings

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 115 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Peripheral Installations Table 5-4 Mitsubishi HS-MD3000UA/EA VCR Menu Settings (Continued) Freeze Mode Frame Frame 207:00 Hi-Fi Audio 208:01 Normal Audio In 209:00 Menu 3 Daylight Savings OFF (No time/date...
  • Page 116 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 116 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Peripheral Installations Table 5-5 Mitsubishi HS-MD3000U/E and HS-MD3000UA/EA VCR Hidden Menu Control Settings 3000UA 3000EA PAL Parameter Display NTSC Setting Setting Picture Control (Sharpness) (Head) Switching Point Position Up/Down...
  • Page 117: Printers

    Restore Defaults buttons restore the settings to the manufacturer’s printer settings, not the Philips’ recommended settings. Each Restore Defaults button restores only the settings on that particular tab. To reenter the Philips’ defaults, you must enter each setting by hand.
  • Page 118 Sony UPD-23MD Color Printer The Sony UPD-23MD printer uses USB digital data. The printer has no switches and the control settings are accomplished via software. The Philips-recommended settings are part of the system disk image. The recommended control settings are listed in Table 5-6.
  • Page 119 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 119 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Peripheral Installations Table 5-6 Sony UPD-23MD Digital Color Printer Driver Settings Parameter Setting Paper Copies Orientation Landscape Max Printable Pixels 2000 x 1520 High Speed Checked Enlarge to Paper...
  • Page 120 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 120 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Peripheral Installations Table 5-6 Sony UPD-23MD Digital Color Printer Driver Settings (Continued) Parameter Setting Color Balance Cyan Magenta Yellow Green Blue Color Adjust Lightness Sharpness Dark Gamma Light Sony UP-D895MD Black-and-White Video Printer The Sony UP-D895 printer uses digital data.
  • Page 121: External Monitor Or Other Display Device

    To prepare for an on-site network configuration visit 1. Contact the Network Administrator to obtain network configuration information. 2. Have the Network Administrator fill out the Connectivity Worksheet (Table 5-7) prior to installation.. 3. Determine if the iE33 system is to be connected to an Xcelera system.
  • Page 122: Ethernet Connection

    Installation: Connectivity Information a. If so, verify the DICOM configuration license option is enabled. b. If the licensed option is not enabled, order the DICOM license and preload the iE33 IP address in the configuration utility on the Xcelera server.
  • Page 123 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 123 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Connectivity Information Figure 5-1 Ethernet Connection Diagram Network Interface Card: Ethernet switch • Auto-negotiating • 10 or 100 Mbps • Full or half duplex To imaging network (DICOM printers...
  • Page 124: Figure 5-2 Tech Admin Connectivity Tools

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 124 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Connectivity Information Figure 5-2 Tech Admin Connectivity Tools...
  • Page 125: Ultrasound System Configuration

    System Name AE Title Port Number (a change in this field will cause the system to reboot) IP Address Subnet Mask Gateway Station Name System Location MAC Address (this is a derived address that is read from the iE33 network card)
  • Page 126: Adding Dicom Printers Or Servers

    Consult with the Network Administrator for more information • The iE33 does not have DHCP (dynamic IP addressing) capability. IT must provide a static IP address. Adding DICOM...
  • Page 127: Selecting Devices

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 127 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Connectivity Information 8. Click OK. 9. Check that the new device appears in the Device Configuration window on the right side of the display). Selecting Printers Devices To select a printer and edit the printer settings 1.
  • Page 128: To Select An Archive Device, Storage Commit, Or Structured Report Device

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 128 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Connectivity Information Archive Devices, Storage Commit, and Structured Report Devices To select an archive device, storage commit, or structured report device 1. Press Setups on the keyboard. 2. Click Print/Network.
  • Page 129: Verifying Devices

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 129 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Connectivity Information 5. Select the Worklist Server and Performed Procedure Step (PPS) Server from the pull-down menus. 6. Select the appropriate Define Query options (as defined by the customer).
  • Page 130: Hard Drive Maintenance

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 130 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Connectivity Information Hard Drive To specify the auto-delete exam capabilities for maintaining the hard drive Maintenance 1. Press Setups on the keyboard. 2. Click Print/Network. 3. Click the Global Config tab.
  • Page 131: Final Test Procedure

    “Loop Frame Rate” on page 132. b. Adjust print image quality as detailed in “Print Image Quality” on page 133. NOTE The “Monochrome” selection is non-functional on initially released iE33 systems. Additional Image Adjustments Display Image To adjust display image quality Quality 1.
  • Page 132: Loop Frame Rate

    As the loop frame rate increases, there is a corresponding increase in displayed image quality and Rate a decrease in the image transfer rate. The iE33 system allows the user to set the loop frame rate to the acquisition rate, 30 Hz, or 15 Hz. This allows trade-offs in image quality and transfer speed.
  • Page 133: Print Image Quality

    4. Select the appropriate printer settings based upon customer expectations of printed image quality. NOTE The numbers in the boxes are Philips stipulated default settings. The customer may choose other settings based upon personal preferences. 5. Use “trial-and-error” until the desired print settings are obtained.
  • Page 134: System Presentation

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 134 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Completion 4. Ensure the user information updates and operating notes are with the user information set. Have the user information available for review by the system operator so that questions can be answered during the system presentation.
  • Page 135 Failure to use ESD procedures will cause damage to these components. Such damage to components is not covered by Philips Ultrasound warranties. 12. After the system is fully initialized, give the operators a brief demonstration of system con- trols.
  • Page 136 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 136 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Completion Touch screen buttons Touch screen knobs Monitor brightness setting (default and temporary adjustment methods) Touch screen backlight setting Up/down spring-loaded control switches Trackball and Select control, including their use with menus...
  • Page 137: Final Presentation

    Be sure to cover any environmental concerns as well, making suggestions as appropriate. 2. Ask your customer if there are any questions they have about the new system or Philips Ultrasound. 3. Review the customer procedures for them to place a service call or to call for technical assis- tance.
  • Page 138 100 Mbsp/Full speed in Tech Admin. Duplex? Manufacturer and Model If above selection was a Number of the printer printer. For all connections through a network, the following is minimum information” Note: iE33 does not support DHCP (dynamic IP addressing)
  • Page 139 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 139 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Connectivity Worksheet Table 5-7 Connectivity Worksheet (Continued) Information Supplied by Information Needed Customer Comments AE Title Port Number IP Address Subnet Mask Gateway Station Name Optional field System Location...
  • Page 140: Installation Checklist

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 140 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Checklist Installation Site inspection............
  • Page 141 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 141 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Checklist Printer capture ...........
  • Page 142: Installation Procedures

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 142 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Installation Procedures Figure 5-3 Installation Procedure List Uncrating the iE33 Lower OEM Deck and Ultrasound System Strapping (Single OEM) Crating the iE33 Ultrasound System Upper OEM Deck Shelf and...
  • Page 143: Uncrating The Ie33 Ultrasound System

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 143 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Uncrating the iE33 Ultrasound System Figure 5-4 Cutting the Plastic Banding To uncrate the iE33 Ultrasound System 1. Cut the plastic banding from around the crate container.
  • Page 144: Figure 5-5 Removing The Corrugated Cover

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 144 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-5 Removing the Corrugated Cover 2. Remove the corrugated top cover from the crate. Return to Installation Procedure List.
  • Page 145: Figure 5-6 Removing The Braces

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 145 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-6 Removing the Braces 3. Remove the foam and corrugated braces from the top of the system. Return to Installation Procedure List.
  • Page 146: Figure 5-7 Cutting The Tape On The Seams

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 146 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-7 Cutting the Tape on the Seams 4. To remove the corrugated wraps, first cut the tape on the two seams of the corrugated wraps. NOTE Look for the label that says, “OPEN THIS SIDE.”...
  • Page 147: Figure 5-8 Removing One Of The Corrugated Wraps

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 147 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-8 Removing One of the Corrugated Wraps 5. Remove one of the corrugated wrap halves. Return to Installation Procedure List.
  • Page 148: Figure 5-9 Removing The Second Corrugated Wrap

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 148 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-9 Removing the Second Corrugated Wrap 6. Remove the other corrugated wrap half. 7. Remove all the accessory items from around the system. Return to Installation Procedure List.
  • Page 149: Figure 5-10 Removing The Ramp From The Pallet

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 149 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-10 Removing the Ramp from the Pallet 8. Remove the two 9/16-inch bolts securing the ramp to the pallet. Return to Installation Procedure List.
  • Page 150: Figure 5-11 Placing The Ramp

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 150 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-11 Placing the Ramp 9. Place the ramp in front of the system with the beveled edge facing up. Return to Installation Procedure List.
  • Page 151: Figure 5-12 Removing The System Rear Anchor Hardware

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 151 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-12 Removing the System Rear Anchor Hardware 10. Remove the two 9/16-inch bolts anchoring the rear of the system to the pallet. Return to Installation Procedure List.
  • Page 152: Figure 5-13 Removing The Ring Connectors

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 152 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-13 Removing the Ring Connectors 11. Remove the two threaded ring con- nectors from the shipping strap brackets. Return to Installation Procedure List.
  • Page 153: Figure 5-14 Removing The Front Hold-down Brace

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 153 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-14 Removing the Front Hold-Down Brace 12. Remove the four 9/16-inch bolts securing the front hold-down brace to the pallet. 13. Remove the front hold-down brace. Return to Installation Procedure List.
  • Page 154: Figure 5-15 Preparing To Roll The System Off The Pallet

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 154 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-15 Preparing to Roll the System off the Pallet 14. Lift the anti-static cover and position yourself as shown to roll the system off the pallet. Return to Installation Procedure List.
  • Page 155: Figure 5-16 Rolling The System Off The Pallet

    Figure 5-36. • Do NOT return the crate or packing materials to Philips. • Estimated time to uncrate the sys- tem is 10 minutes. This completes the uncrating procedure. Return to Installation Procedure...
  • Page 156: Crating The Ie33 Ultrasound System

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 156 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Crating the iE33 Ultrasound System Figure 5-17 Placing the Ramp To crate the iE33 Ultrasound System 1. Prepare the pallet and ramp for sys- tem crating. Place the ramp as shown with the beveled edge facing up.
  • Page 157: Figure 5-18 Locking The Right-rear Caster

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 157 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-18 Locking the Right-Rear Caster 2. Lock the right-rear caster using the right system brake pedal. Ensure that the caster is facing inward. Return to Installation Procedure List.
  • Page 158 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 158 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-19 Supporting the Monitor and Arm Elbow 3. Place the monitor articulation arm in the locked (down) position and posi- tion the arm so that the elbow of the arm is toward the rear of the system.
  • Page 159: Figure 5-20 Covering The System With An Anti-static Bag

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 159 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-20 Covering the System with an Anti-Static Bag 6. Place an anti-static bag over the sys- tem and adjust the bag so that there is ample slack on all four sides. This is critical for the inserts and braces to fit properly when performing the later steps in this procedure.
  • Page 160: Figure 5-21 Rolling The System Onto The Pallet

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 160 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-21 Rolling the System onto the Pallet 7. Face the front of the system and roll the system up the ramp and onto the pallet. 8. Center the system on the pallet and ensure that the rear casters are flush against the rear wheel block.
  • Page 161: Figure 5-22 Swiveling The Front Casters

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 161 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-22 Swiveling the Front Casters 9. Gently lift the front handle and swivel both casters inward 90 degrees. Return to Installation Procedure List.
  • Page 162: Figure 5-23 Installing The Front Hold-down Brace

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 162 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-23 Installing the Front Hold-Down Brace 10. Place the hold-down brace over the front casters, noting that the foam bevel must follow the contour of the system.
  • Page 163: Figure 5-24 Installing The Control Panel Support

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 163 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-24 Installing the Control Panel Support 12. Place the control panel support between the control panel and the control panel articulation arm. Return to Installation Procedure List.
  • Page 164: Figure 5-25 Installing The Handle Bar Brace

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 164 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-25 Installing the Handle Bar Brace 13. Place the handle bar brace on the Handle bar brace handle of the control panel articula- tion arm. The brace is centered and fits into the notch of the control panel support.
  • Page 165: Figure 5-26 Installing The Ramp Onto The Pallet

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 165 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-26 Installing the Ramp onto the Pallet 14. Reverse the ramp and place it upright on the system front side of the pallet. 15. Secure the ramp to the pallet with two 9/16-inch bolts.
  • Page 166 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 166 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-27 Installing the System Rear Anchor Hardware 16. Place one green hold-down bracket on each of the two threaded ring connectors. 17. Place a threaded ring connector onto each of the shipping strap brackets located at the lower rear of the system.
  • Page 167: Figure 5-28 Placing The First Corrugated Wrap

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 167 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-28 Placing the First Corrugated Wrap 20. Place any boxed manuals, cables, or other items around the system on the pallet surface. NOTE If the system is being shipped with an external VCR or printer, place it at the front of the system between the ramp...
  • Page 168: Figure 5-29 Placing The Second Corrugated Wrap

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 168 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-29 Placing the Second Corrugated Wrap 22. Fit the second tri-fold corrugated wrap into the retainers at the cor- ners of the pallet. NOTE Printed side of the corrugated wrap faces outward.
  • Page 169: Figure 5-30 Taping The Seams On The Corrugated Wrap

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 169 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-30 Taping the Seams on the Corrugated Wrap 23. Secure each of the two corner seams with tape. Return to Installation Procedure List.
  • Page 170: Figure 5-31 Folding The Top System Support Braces

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 170 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-31 Folding the Top System Support Braces 24. Fold both top system support braces into a hollow rectangle. Fold-in the tabs so the brace retains its shape. Return to Installation Procedure List.
  • Page 171: Figure 5-32 Placing The Top System Support Braces

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 171 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-32 Placing the Top System Support Braces 25. Place each brace onto the top rear of the system. The brace cutout will form to the shape of the system. Return to Installation Procedure List.
  • Page 172: Figure 5-33 Placing The Monitor Arm Brace

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 172 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-33 Placing the Monitor Arm Brace 26. Place the foam monitor arm brace over the monitor arm lengthwise between the top system support braces. NOTE The corrugated wrap has been removed in this step for moni- tor arm brace placement clar- ity.
  • Page 173: Figure 5-34 Placing The Corrugated Cover

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 173 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-34 Placing the Corrugated Cover 27. Place the corrugated top cover on the crated container. The cover fits over all four sides of the tri-fold wraps. Return to Installation Procedure List.
  • Page 174: Figure 5-35 Banding The System Crate

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 174 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-35 Banding the System Crate 28. Band the crated system from the side with two plastic bands. This completes the crating procedure Return to Installation Procedure List.
  • Page 175: Shipping Strap Brackets

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 175 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Shipping Strap Brackets Figure 5-36 Removing Shipping Strap Brackets To remove the shipping strap brackets Remove the two allenhead screws secur- ing each shipping strap bracket to the cart frame.
  • Page 176: Video Monitor Articulation Arm

    Push the arm release lever toward the Release lever Lower arm articulation arm base to release the latch. NOTE The iE33 Ultrasound System is shipped with the video monitor articulation arm in the locked position. Lock the articulation arm before moving the system.
  • Page 177: Lower Oem Deck And Strapping (single Oem)

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 177 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Lower OEM Deck and Strapping (Single OEM) Figure 5-38 Preparing Lower OEM Deck Strapping To install or remove the lower deck OEM Ring Strap 1. Open the strapping kit and prepare Velcro end of strap two straps in the configuration shown.
  • Page 178 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 178 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-39 Removing the OEM Tray 2. Remove the four screws securing the Panhead screws (4 plcs) OEM tray to the OEM deck and set them aside. 3.
  • Page 179 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 179 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-40 Lower Deck Anchors and Drop Covers 4. Place the VCR on the lower OEM deck. Make note of the four strap anchor locations. 5. Remove the cable drop cover. There are two cable drop covers.
  • Page 180 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 180 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-41 Installing the Lower Deck Cable Cover Panhead screws (2 plcs) 6. Install the OEM cable cover. 7. Secure it to the cart frame using two panhead screws.
  • Page 181 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 181 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-42 Placing the VCR on the Lower OEM Deck 8. Place the VCR on the OEM deck, and connect all the cables to the VCR rear panel. See Figure 11-9 VCR cables VCR cabling.
  • Page 182 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 182 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-43 Installing Lower Deck OEM Strapping Over the VCR 9. Lay the two strap assemblies over Butterfly bracket the VCR. 10. Place the strap clips into the four mounting holes.
  • Page 183 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 183 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-44 Securing Lower OEM Deck Strapping 12. Check the strap clips at the rear of the OEM deck to ensure the clips have been moved into the slots. 13.
  • Page 184: Figure 5-45 Attaching The Lower Oem Shelf To The Upper Oem Shelf

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 184 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-45 Attaching the Lower OEM Shelf to the Upper OEM Shelf Lower OEM shelf 14. Attach the lower OEM shelf to the upper OEM shelf using two panhead screws.
  • Page 185 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 185 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-46 Installing Lower OEM Deck Shelf Unit 15. Install the assembled shelf unit onto the OEM deck. 16. Insert the tabs into the same holes as Panhead screws (7 plcs) the strap clips.
  • Page 186 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 186 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-47 Replacing the OEM Tray 18. Replace the OEM tray by placing it on the upper shelf. Panhead screws (4 plcs) 19. Line up the holes and replace the four screws.
  • Page 187: Upper Oem Deck Shelf And Strapping (dual Oem)

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 187 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Upper OEM Deck Shelf and Strapping (Dual OEM) Figure 5-48 Preparing Upper Shelf OEM Deck Strapping To install or remove the upper-shelf OEM 1. Open the strapping kit and prepare Ring Strap two straps in the configuration...
  • Page 188 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 188 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-49 Removing the Upper OEM Tray Panhead screws (4 plcs) 2. Remove the four screws securing the OEM tray to the upper OEM shelf and set them aside. 3.
  • Page 189 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 189 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-50 Placing the Printer on the Upper OEM Shelf Printer cables 4. Place the printer on the upper OEM shelf and connect all the cables to the printer rear panel.
  • Page 190 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 190 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-51 Strapping the Printer to the Upper OEM Shelf 5. Strap the OEM to the upper shelf UPD-23MD Sony UP-D895MD Sony using the appropriate set of slots, digital color printer digital B/W printer depending on the size of the printer...
  • Page 191 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 191 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-52 Securing the Upper OEM Strapping and Cable Cover 6. Peel the Velcro end of each strap Panhead screws (2 plcs) loose, pull each strap through the ring and reset the Velcro strap to secure the printer.
  • Page 192 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 192 CSIP Level 1 Installation: Installation Procedures Figure 5-53 Installing the Upper OEM Strap Cover 9. Install the OEM strap cover. OEM cable cover 10. Secure it to the cart frame and the OEM cable cover using four panhead screws.
  • Page 193: Performance Tests

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 193 CSIP Level 1 Performance Tests: Introduction Performance T ests Introduction This section contains a series of performance tests to be performed on the system following installation, upgrade, or repair. The purpose of these tests is to verify the correct operation of the system (hardware and firmware).
  • Page 194: Test Equipment And Materials

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 194 CSIP Level 1 Performance Tests: Test Equipment and Materials Test • FSE Tool Kit (193-90003-01) Equipment • RMI Model 413 Tissue Equivalent Phantom (199-12204-00) or equivalent and Materials • RMI Model 406 Dual Attenuation Phantom (2100-1610-01) or equivalent •...
  • Page 195: To Test 2d Imaging

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 195 CSIP Level 1 Performance Tests: 2D 4. Touch a clinical option and a Tissue Specific preset. 5. Touch Transducer. 6. Press Patient Data and enter a patient name. 7. Click Close. Successful execution of the above steps implies: •...
  • Page 196: Color/cpa

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 196 CSIP Level 1 Performance Tests: Color/CPA 12. If a curved array or sector transducer is connected, adjust Sector Width to reduce the field of view, and restore it to the default size.
  • Page 197: Pw Doppler, Cw Doppler, And M-mode

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 197 CSIP Level 1 Performance Tests: PW Doppler, CW Doppler, and M-mode PW Doppler, To test PW and CW Doppler and M-mode imaging CW Doppler, 1. While still in CPA, press PW. Verify the sample volume marker is displayed.
  • Page 198: Connectivity And Review

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 198 CSIP Level 1 Performance Tests: Connectivity and Review 5. Acquire an image using Sincle Sweep 3D. Verify that a volume has been acquired. 6. Acquire an image using dynamic 3D and note the presence of a live volume. (Move the region of interest box to the image data if necessary.)
  • Page 199: Annotations And Body Markers

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 199 CSIP Level 1 Performance Tests: Annotations and Body Markers 12. Delete the patient that was copied to the DVD from the hard drive. 13. Select the DVD directory, highlight the exam that was copied, and transfer the exam to the hard drive.
  • Page 200: Measurement And Analysis

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 200 CSIP Level 1 Performance Tests: Measurement and Analysis 5. Press Body Mark. Verify a body mark graphic appears in the upper right of the display. 6. Press Body Mark to erase the body mark.
  • Page 201: Voice Recognition

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 201 CSIP Level 1 Performance Tests: Voice Recognition 12. Press Report to return to 2D imaging. 13. Press Pointer a couple of times. Verify an arrow appears and disappears from the display. Successful execution of the above steps indicates that Caliper, Calc, Report, Pointer, and the Select buttons work.
  • Page 202: Printer

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 202 CSIP Level 1 Performance Tests: Peripherals 5. Rewind the tape to the beginning of the current recording. 6. Play back the video and verify that the graphics and gray bar on the display are in sharp focus and that the gray bar displays the full range of gray shades as seen on the monitor.
  • Page 203: Performance Test Checklist

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 203 CSIP Level 1 Performance Tests: Performance Test Checklist Performance Start Exam ............
  • Page 204: Adjustments

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 204 CSIP Level 1 Adjustments: Power Supply Voltage Adjustments Adjustments Power Supply There are no power supply voltage adjustments. The voltages can be measured directly on the Acquisition or Platform Power Supply modules or remotely using the UpLink application. Refer...
  • Page 205: Figure 7-1 Video Monitor Articulation Arm Buoyancy Adjustment

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 205 CSIP Level 1 Adjustments: Video Monitor Articulation Elevation, Tilt, and Swivel Adjustment Figure 7-1 Video Monitor Articulation Arm Buoyancy Adjustment Adjustment jack screw (3/16-in allen head)
  • Page 206: Figure 7-2 Video Monitor Tilt Adjustment

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 206 CSIP Level 1 Adjustments: Video Monitor Articulation Elevation, Tilt, and Swivel Adjustment Figure 7-2 Video Monitor Tilt Adjustment Adjustment set screws (5/32-in allen head)
  • Page 207: Figure 7-3 Video Monitor Swivel Adjustment

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 207 CSIP Level 1 Adjustments: Video Monitor Articulation Elevation, Tilt, and Swivel Adjustment Figure 7-3 Video Monitor Swivel Adjustment Adjustment nut (7/16-in hex)
  • Page 208: Video Monitor Adjustments

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 208 CSIP Level 1 Adjustments: Video Monitor Adjustments Video Monitor There are no adjustments on the video monitor. However, the monitor brightness default setting can be adjusted in the setups (Figure 7-4). Adjustments The Monitor control on the 2D touch screen allows you to adjust monitor brightness to com- pensate for changes in ambient light.
  • Page 209: Figure 7-4 Display Tab Of The System Settings Setups

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 209 CSIP Level 1 Adjustments: Video Monitor Adjustments Figure 7-4 Display Tab of the System Settings Setups Brightness setting...
  • Page 210: Video Monitor To System Video Adjustment

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 210 CSIP Level 1 Adjustments: Video Monitor to System Video Adjustment Video Monitor This procedure calibrates the video monitor pixel clock and A/D converters (R/G/B) to the Host AGP graphics board. Perform the calibration only if the main display or AGP graphics board have to System been replaced.
  • Page 211 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 211 CSIP Level 1 Adjustments: Video Monitor to System Video Adjustment 5. Press Setups. 6. Click Config/Test. 7. Click the Tech/Admin tab. 8. Enter the user name and password. 9. Click Test/Utilities. 10. Click Platform. Click the arrow to expand.
  • Page 212: Touch Screen Calibration

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 212 CSIP Level 1 Adjustments: Touch Screen Calibration Touch Screen To calibrate the touch screen Calibration 1. Press Setups. 2. Click Config/Test. 3. Click the Tech Admin tab. 4. Enter the user name and password.
  • Page 213: Control Panel Lateral Translation Force Adjustment

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 213 CSIP Level 1 Adjustments: Control Panel Lateral Translation Force Adjustment 17. Verify that the calibration succeeded: a. Press Transducer. b. Select a transducer and a preset. c. If you are unable to select a transducer and a preset, reboot the system and repeat...
  • Page 214: Figure 7-5 Control Panel Lateral Translation Force Adjustment

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 214 CSIP Level 1 Adjustments: Control Panel Lateral Translation Force Adjustment Figure 7-5 Control Panel Lateral Translation Force Adjustment Panhead screws (10 plcs) Adjustment screw (allen head) Front pivot cover...
  • Page 215: Keyboard Slide Catch Adjustment

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 215 CSIP Level 1 Adjustments: Keyboard Slide Catch Adjustment Keyboard The keyboard slide catch can be adjusted without removing any of the system enclosures. Slide Catch To adjust the keyboard slide catch Adjustment 1.
  • Page 216: Figure 7-6 Keyboard Slide Catch Adjustment

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 216 CSIP Level 1 Adjustments: Keyboard Slide Catch Adjustment Figure 7-6 Keyboard Slide Catch Adjustment Keyboard drawer Adjustment screw (slotted)
  • Page 217: Control Panel Articulation Adjustments

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 217 CSIP Level 1 Adjustments: Control Panel Articulation Adjustments Control Panel To adjust the control panel articulation-cable tension Articulation 1. Adjust the control panel articulation trigger-release tension (Figure 7-7). a. Raise the control panel articulation arm using the trigger release.
  • Page 218: Figure 7-7 Control Panel Articulation Trigger Adjustment

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 218 CSIP Level 1 Adjustments: Control Panel Articulation Adjustments Figure 7-7 Control Panel Articulation Trigger Adjustment Panhead screws (4 plcs) Adjustment nut (hex)
  • Page 219: Figure 7-8 Control Panel Articulation Base Adjustment

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 219 CSIP Level 1 Adjustments: Control Panel Articulation Adjustments Figure 7-8 Control Panel Articulation Base Adjustment Remove this cover (Figure 10-9) Adjustment nut (hex)
  • Page 220: Preventive Maintenance

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 220 CSIP Level 1 Preventive Maintenance: Introduction Preventive Maintenance Introduction Preventive maintenance inspections are part of the Customer Service Quality Assurance (QA) Program. The Preventive Maintenance Checklist included at the end of this section can be used to ensure that all preventive maintenance is performed.
  • Page 221 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 221 CSIP Level 1 Preventive Maintenance: Fan/Air Filters 4. If there are spare filters, install the spare filters into the system. If there are no spares, rein- stall dry and cleaned filters. NOTE On the power supply filter, the smaller end of the trapezoidal shape goes toward the front of the system.
  • Page 222: Figure 8-2 Rear Fan Filter Removal

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 222 CSIP Level 1 Preventive Maintenance: Fan/Air Filters Figure 8-2 Rear Fan Filter Removal...
  • Page 223: Casters

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 223 CSIP Level 1 Preventive Maintenance: Casters Casters The recommended interval for caster maintenance is every 12 months. To check the casters 1. Check casters for cut or damaged tires. 2. Check for missing or damaged hubcaps.
  • Page 224: Figure 8-3 Brake And Swivel-lock Pedals

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 224 CSIP Level 1 Preventive Maintenance: Brake and Swivel-Lock Mechanism Figure 8-3 Brake and Swivel-Lock Pedals Brake pedal Swivel-lock pedal...
  • Page 225: Figure 8-4 Underside Of Brake And Swivel-lock Assembly

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 225 CSIP Level 1 Preventive Maintenance: Brake and Swivel-Lock Mechanism Figure 8-4 Underside of Brake and Swivel-lock Assembly Brake pedal Swivel-lock pedal Center brake linkage (apply grease to this area)
  • Page 226: Figure 8-5 Swivel-lock Caster Linkage (right Rear Caster)

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 226 CSIP Level 1 Preventive Maintenance: Brake and Swivel-Lock Mechanism Figure 8-5 Swivel-lock Caster Linkage (Right Rear Caster) Cable Cable linkage bracket Swivel-lock caster lever...
  • Page 227: Control Panel Articulation

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 227 CSIP Level 1 Preventive Maintenance: Control Panel Articulation Control Panel The recommended interval for control panel articulation maintenance is every 12 months. Articulation To check control panel articulation 1. Check the control panel articulation for smooth operation (up-down and left-right).
  • Page 228: Figure 8-6 Control Panel Articulation Travel Lock (side-to-side Release)

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 228 CSIP Level 1 Preventive Maintenance: Control Panel Articulation Figure 8-6 Control Panel Articulation Travel Lock (Side-to-Side Release) Locked position Unlocked position...
  • Page 229: Trackball

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 229 CSIP Level 1 Preventive Maintenance: Trackball Trackball The recommended interval for cleaning the control panel trackball is every 12 months, but peri- odic checks and cleaning should be done more often, if the system is in a dusty environment.
  • Page 230: Figure 8-7 Trackball Cleaning

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 230 CSIP Level 1 Preventive Maintenance: Trackball Figure 8-7 Trackball Cleaning Black rubber Retainer ring Trackball reservoir...
  • Page 231: Monitor Articulation

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 231 CSIP Level 1 Preventive Maintenance: Monitor Articulation Monitor The recommended interval for monitor articulation maintenance is every 12 months. Refer to “To adjust video monitor elevation, tilt, and swivel” on page 204 if adjustment is necessary.
  • Page 232: Video Monitor And Touch Screen

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 232 CSIP Level 1 Preventive Maintenance: Video Monitor and Touch Screen Video Monitor The video monitor and the touch screen have plastic front surfaces. The surface is resistant to fluids normally found in clinical environments, such as ultrasound gel, alcohol, and disinfectants,...
  • Page 233: Exterior Surfaces

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 233 CSIP Level 1 Preventive Maintenance: Exterior Surfaces Exterior Use a rag with mild soap and water to clean exterior surfaces, including those on the system, monitor, and peripherals. Also clean the control panel and knobs. Ink or stubborn stains should...
  • Page 234: Operational Test And Paperwork

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 234 CSIP Level 1 Preventive Maintenance: Operational Test and Paperwork 6. Type f and press Enter. 7. Type cd host and press Enter. 8. Type cd bin and press Enter. 9. Type dmmScript and press Enter. It takes several minutes to run the script.
  • Page 235: Preventive Maintenance Checklist

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 235 CSIP Level 1 Preventive Maintenance: Preventive Maintenance Checklist Preventive Fan filter cleaning ............
  • Page 236 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 236 CSIP Level 1 Preventive Maintenance: Preventive Maintenance Checklist Control panel articulation ..........
  • Page 237: Troubleshooting

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 237 CSIP Level 1 Troubleshooting: Introduction Troubleshooting Introduction The system contains a number of on-board diagnostic tools. Description and use of these tools are provided in the Tech Admin Help. However, if the system does not boot up, you cannot access the on-board diagnostic tools.
  • Page 238 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 238 CSIP Level 1 Troubleshooting: Troubleshooting Procedure Any condition causing the power supplies to shut down (over-voltage or over-current) requires the AC breaker to be turned off (or the power cord disconnected) for a minimum of one minute.
  • Page 239: To Perform The Fec Configuration Bypass Procedure

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 239 CSIP Level 1 Troubleshooting: Troubleshooting Procedure FEC Configuration Bypass Perform the FEC configuration bypass procedure if you do not hear beeps from the Host moth- erboard during the bootup process. If the beeps are not heard, the FEC local processor may not have properly configured the AVIO-CAD during the bootup process.
  • Page 240: Power Input Requirements

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 240 CSIP Level 1 Troubleshooting: Power Input Requirements Power Input Requirements WARNING For safety and liability reasons, do not disassemble any power outlet or open any electrical panel. Have the facility representative confirm wiring compliance with the criteria specified below.
  • Page 241 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 241 CSIP Level 1 Troubleshooting: Power Input Requirements 6. To determine line loss, if a facility representative is available: a. Have the facility representative measure the voltage at the line’s circuit breaker primary in the distribution sub-panel.
  • Page 242: Power Supply Information

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 242 CSIP Level 1 Troubleshooting: Power Supply Information Table 9-1 Power Specifications Measurement (System Only) 100 Vac 120 Vac 230 Vac Hot/Neutral 100 Vac 120 Vac 230 Vac 7.44/7.67 A 6.15/6.34 A 3.24/3.36 A...
  • Page 243 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 243 CSIP Level 1 Troubleshooting: Power Supply Information Table 9-2 Acquisition Card Cage Voltages Voltage Monitored Voltage Range (Vdc) +5.35 5.0 to 5.7 NAIM -5.35 -5.0 to -5.7 NAIM +3.65 3.4 to 3.9 NAIM 14.0 to 16.1...
  • Page 244 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 244 CSIP Level 1 Troubleshooting: Power Supply Information Table 9-2 Acquisition Card Cage Voltages (Continued) Voltage Monitored Voltage Range (Vdc) Matrix VREF 0 to 12 NAIM 44.6 to 51.4...
  • Page 245: Temperature Monitoring

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 245 CSIP Level 1 Troubleshooting: Temperature Monitoring Table 9-3 System Power LED Status System Power State On/Standby LED Power Entry LED System in storage state (not on battery power), no AC System in storage state (not on battery...
  • Page 246 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 246 CSIP Level 1 Troubleshooting: Temperature Monitoring NOTE If you suspect a temperature problem and the Fan Controller Test fails, do not replace parts until you reboot the system, and re-run the Confidence test (the test consis- tently passes on a rebooted system).Review the SystemMonitorLog and ErrorLog to...
  • Page 247: Abnormal On/standby Led States

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 247 CSIP Level 1 Troubleshooting: Abnormal On/Standby LED States Table 9-4 PCB Temperature Sensor Information Rate of PCB Temperature Sensor Fan Temp Alarm Temp Change AVIO RIP 43°C 67°C 5°C AVIO CAD 47°C 72°C...
  • Page 248: System Software Tools

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 248 CSIP Level 1 Troubleshooting: System Software Tools Also, wait at least two seconds after using the On/Standby switch to turn the system off before turning it on again. Not doing so may result in the SIP failing to initialize on bootup.
  • Page 249: System Confidence Test

    Sub-test results are annotated in system logs. System users should notify Philips Ultrasound if the confidence test fails. The System Confidence Test is also accessible from within the Tech Admin functions. Test execu- tion from within Tech Admin is limited to service personnel.
  • Page 250: Figure 9-1 System Confidence Test Screen

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 250 CSIP Level 1 Troubleshooting: System Software Tools Figure 9-1 System Confidence Test Screen...
  • Page 251: Tech Admin

    Tech Admin Technical Administration (Tech Admin) functions are intended for authorized personnel only (Philips service, manufacturing, and engineering personnel) and are documented in Tech Admin Help available on the system. Authorized personnel also have access to the Tech Admin FAS, Test and Utilities, Log Browser, System Config, Install/Upgrade, System Tools, and Help functions.
  • Page 252: Figure 9-2 Tech Admin Functions Screen

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 252 CSIP Level 1 Troubleshooting: System Software Tools Figure 9-2 Tech Admin Functions Screen FAS (Fault Analysis System) FAS contains the PM (preventive maintenance) Expert. The PM Expert can help you routinely maintain the ultrasound machine. It alerts you to the following tasks and provides utilities to “fix”...
  • Page 253 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 253 CSIP Level 1 Troubleshooting: System Software Tools • The system is on for more than a month without a bootup. • Disk fragmentation for only partitions D, E, and J exceeds preset levels.
  • Page 254 Page 254 CSIP Level 1 Troubleshooting: System Software Tools run and 2) that the Host Motherboard and Philips Software Application is functional enough to execute the Test and Utilities application. • Narrative - A narrative of how the test executes, values it may use, special factors with the test, and information that helps a technician understand how to troubleshoot a failed compo- nent.
  • Page 255: Channel Walk Test

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 255 CSIP Level 1 Troubleshooting: System Software Tools Channel Walk The channel walk test is used to determine if image drop-out is caused by noise or by receive or Test transmit functions of individual channels and boards. The channel walk test is also used to deter- mine if a problem is caused by a transducer or the system.
  • Page 256: Fec Debug Port

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 256 CSIP Level 1 Troubleshooting: System Software Tools 3. Set the Acquisition\Channel Walk utility parameters as follows Channel Transmit Walk ‘1’ Automatic Delay 0.5 sec Transducer Port 1 SH Element to 1 4. While imaging a phantom, slowly scroll the tower(s) across image and verify the appearance of the tower for each element is consistent with the towers for all other elements.
  • Page 257: To Use The Fec Debug Port To Determine If The Front End Is Faulty

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 257 CSIP Level 1 Troubleshooting: System Software Tools errors. The port also reports the checksums for the Channel Board flash. The system should remain off until the proper setup has occurred. NOTE The FEC debug port can be used to determine if there is a Channel Board fault, but does not determine which board is faulty.
  • Page 258 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 258 CSIP Level 1 Troubleshooting: System Software Tools 5. Click OK to launch HyperTerminal. 6. Power up the system. The front end status is displayed in the HyperTerminal window.
  • Page 259: Uplink Network Configuration

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 259 CSIP Level 1 Troubleshooting: UpLink Network Configuration UpLink The ultrasound system must be properly configured with an IP address before UpLink software can be used remotely via a network connection. Network Configuration To configure the ultrasound system for UpLink network connection 1.
  • Page 260: Disassembly

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 260 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Introduction Disassembly Introduction WARNING Always turn off power, disconnect the main power cord from the wall outlet, and wait at least 30 seconds before removing or installing any PCB, module, or component.
  • Page 261: Disassembly Procedures

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 261 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-1 Disassembly Procedure List (1 of 2) Speaker Assemblies iE33 System Enclosures Acquisition Card Cage and Frontplane DVD Drive Assembly Acquisition Card Cage,...
  • Page 262 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 262 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-2 Disassembly Procedure List (2 of 2) System Power Cord (100/ 120 V and 230 V) Filter Tray Cooling Fans AC Tray Rear Cooling Fans...
  • Page 263: Ie33 System Enclosures

    Upper Front Panel Enclosure NOTE Cover removal must be accom- plished in a sequential order. Refer to text below for sequence. To remove or replace the iE33 system enclosures 1. Remove the two panhead screws securing the upper front panel enclo- sure.
  • Page 264 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 264 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-4 Lower Front Panel Enclosure 3. Remove the two panhead screws securing the lower front panel enclo- Panhead screws (2 plcs) sure. 4. Slide the lower front panel enclosure upward and remove it.
  • Page 265: Figure 10-5 Top Control Panel Articulation Enclosure

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 265 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-5 Top Control Panel Articulation Enclosure 5. Slide forward and remove the top enclosure that surrounds the control panel articulation mechanism. There are no screws securing this cover to the frame.
  • Page 266 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 266 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-6 Handle Enclosures 6. Remove the five panhead screws securing each handle enclosure to the control panel articulation arm. Return to .Disassembly Procedure List (1 of 2) Panhead screws (5 plcs, each handle)
  • Page 267: Figure 10-7 Front Pivot Articulation Enclosure

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 267 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-7 Front Pivot Articulation Enclosure 7. Remove the 10 panhead screws securing the front pivot articulation enclosure to the control panel artic- ulation arm. 8. Slide the front pivot enclosure straight down until it clears the artic- ulation arm beard enclosure.
  • Page 268 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 268 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-8 Control Panel Articulation Arm Beard Enclosure Assembly 9. Remove the four panhead screws Panhead screws (4 plcs) securing the articulation arm beard enclosure assembly. 10. Rotate the front side of the enclo- sure assembly downward.
  • Page 269 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 269 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-9 Control Panel Articulation Top Lid Enclosure 12. To remove the control panel articu- lation top lid enclosure, find the two tab slots (one on each side of the Tab slot (2 plcs) upper articulation arm enclosure).
  • Page 270: Figure 10-10 Transducer Holders

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 270 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-10 Transducer Holders 15. Grasp the right transducer-holder assembly firmly and slide it upward until it releases from the mounting slots. NOTE There are no removable screws on this part.
  • Page 271 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 271 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-11 Transducer-Holder Mounts 17. Remove the panhead screw securing the right transducer-holder mount to the cart frame. 18. Pull the right transducer-holder mount off of the cart column. 19.
  • Page 272 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 272 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-12 Power Supply Cover Enclosure 20. The power supply cover snaps into place and no screws are required. To remove the power supply cover, Cover tabs grasp the bottom and gently pull out- ward until it releases.
  • Page 273 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 273 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-13 Filter Door Cover Enclosure 22. The filter door cover snaps into place and no screws are required. To remove the filter door cover, grasp Cover tabs the bottom and gently pull outward Left side panel until it releases.
  • Page 274 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 274 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-14 Side Panel Enclosures 24. Remove the two panhead screws Panhead screws (2 plcs) securing the right side panel enclo- sure assembly. 25. Pull the right side panel upward to slide the cover tabs out of the slots.
  • Page 275: Figure 10-15 Rear Panel Enclosure

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 275 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-15 Rear Panel Enclosure 27. Remove the six panhead screws securing the rear panel enclosure assembly. Return to .Disassembly Procedure List (1 of 2) Panhead screws (6 plcs)
  • Page 276: Figure 10-16 Front Bumper Enclosures

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 276 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-16 Front Bumper Enclosures 28. Remove the three panhead screws securing the left front bumper enclo- sure assembly. 29. Tilt the back end of the enclosure upward.
  • Page 277 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 277 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-17 Rear Side Enclosures 32. Remove the four panhead screws securing the left rear side enclosure assembly. 33. Repeat step 32 to remove the right rear side enclosure assembly. Return to .Disassembly Procedure List (1 of 2)
  • Page 278 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 278 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-18 Rear Disk Bay Enclosure 34. Remove the two panhead screws securing the rear disk bay enclosure. 35. Slide the enclosure away from the display articulation arm mount and remove the enclosure.
  • Page 279: Figure 10-19 Disk Bay Insert Enclosure

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 279 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-19 Disk Bay Insert Enclosure 36. Remove the two panhead screws Panhead screws (2 plcs) securing the disk bay insert enclo- sure. 37. Slide the enclosure toward the front of the system, until the tabs are clear of the column enclosures, and then lift and remove the enclosure.
  • Page 280 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 280 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-20 Right Side Column Disk Bay Enclosure Panhead screws (2 plcs) 38. Remove the panhead screw on the right side of the rear disk bay enclo- sure.
  • Page 281 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 281 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-21 Left Side Column Disk Bay Enclosure 41. Remove the panhead screw on the Panhead screws (2 plcs) left side of the rear disk bay enclo- sure.
  • Page 282 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 282 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-22 Rear Column Disk Bay Enclosure 44. Remove the two panhead screws securing the rear column disk bay enclosure. 45. Slide the enclosure off the disk bay housing.
  • Page 283: Figure 10-23 Front Column Disk Bay Enclosure

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 283 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-23 Front Column Disk Bay Enclosure 46. Remove the 10 panhead screws securing the front column disk bay enclosure. NOTE See Figure 10-24 for reinstalling the front column disk bay enclosure.
  • Page 284 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 284 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-24 Front Column Disk Bay Screw Installation Sequence NOTE The front disk bay enclosure screws must be installed in a Top view specific sequence to ensure that it is aligned properly.
  • Page 285 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 285 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-25 Mud Plate Enclosure NOTE No other enclosure removal is necessary to remove the mud plate enclosure. 48. Rotate and forward face both front casters as shown in Figure 10-25.
  • Page 286 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 286 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-26 Brake Pedal Extension Covers Left brake pedal extension cover 51. Remove the six panhead screws securing the left and right brake Right brake pedal extension cover pedal extension covers.
  • Page 287: Touch Screen Assembly

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 287 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Touch Screen Assembly Figure 10-27 Touch Screen Bezel To remove or replace the touch screen assembly 1. Remove the ten knobs covering the touch screen bezel. Panhead screws (2 plcs) 2.
  • Page 288 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 288 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-28 Touch Screen WARNING Voltages of 600 Vac or higher are present on the lower end of the Back- light Inverters when sys- tem power is applied. 4.
  • Page 289 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 289 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-29 Backlight Inverter Location 5. Note the Backlight Inverter location with the voltage warning label. Return to .Disassembly Procedure List (1 of 2) Adapter plate...
  • Page 290: Fiber-optic Keyboard Lighting

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 290 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Fiber-Optic Keyboard Lighting Figure 10-30 Front Touch Screen Bezel To remove or replace the fiber-optic keyboard lighting 1. Remove the ten knobs covering the touch screen bezel. 2.
  • Page 291 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 291 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-31 Touch Screen Overlay 5. Remove the touch screen overlay. Return to .Disassembly Procedure List (1 of 2)
  • Page 292: Figure 10-32 Control Panel Top Cover

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 292 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-32 Control Panel Top Cover Panhead screws (8 plcs) 6. Remove the eight screws securing the top cover. 7. Loosen the four screws on the CPUI (two each side) to allow the top cover to slide forward from under the tabs.
  • Page 293 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 293 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-33 Lower Front Light Bezel 9. Remove the two screws securing the Panhead screws (2 plcs) lower front light bezel. 10. Unplug the fiber-optic connections from the CPUI. 11.
  • Page 294: Dvd Drive Assembly

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 294 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures DVD Drive Assembly Figure 10-34 Removing the TEE Probe Tray To remove or replace the DVD drive assembly 1. Remove the two screws securing the tee probe tray to the disk bay hous- ing.
  • Page 295 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 295 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-35 Rear Disk Bay Enclosure 3. Remove the two panhead screws securing the rear disk bay enclosure. 4. Slide the enclosure away from the display articulation arm mount and set it aside.
  • Page 296 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 296 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-36 Disk Bay Insert Enclosure 5. Remove the two panhead screws Panhead screws (2 plcs) securing the disk bay insert enclo- sure. 6. Slide the enclosure toward the front of the system, until the tabs are clear of the column enclosures, and set it aside.
  • Page 297 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 297 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-37 Rear Disk Bay Cover 7. Remove the eight flathead screws Flathead screws (8 plcs) securing the rear disk bay cover. 8. Slide the cover toward the rear of the system, tilt it up slightly, and lift it off the disk bay housing.
  • Page 298 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 298 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-38 Disconnecting the DVD Drive Cables Monitor cable connection DVD drive assembly 9. Disconnect the signal cable and the power cable from the back of the DVD drive.
  • Page 299 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 299 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-39 DVD Drive 11. Remove the four panhead screws securing the DVD drive assembly to the base of the drive housing. NOTE Do not remove the EMI bracket.
  • Page 300: Speaker Assemblies

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 300 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Speaker Assemblies Figure 10-40 Upper Front Panel Enclosure To remove or replace the speaker assemblies NOTE This procedure applies to both the left or the right speaker assembly removal.
  • Page 301 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 301 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-41 Lower Front Panel Enclosure 3. Remove the two panhead screws Panhead screws (2 plcs) securing the lower front panel enclo- sure. 4. Slide the lower front panel enclosure upward to remove it and set it aside.
  • Page 302: Figure 10-42 Top Control Panel Articulation Enclosure

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 302 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-42 Top Control Panel Articulation Enclosure 5. Slide forward and remove the top enclosure that surrounds the control panel articulation mechanism and set it aside. There are no screws secur- ing this cover to the frame.
  • Page 303: Figure 10-43 Transducer Holders

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 303 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-43 Transducer Holders 6. Grasp the transducer holder firmly and slide it upward until it releases from the mounting slots. There are no removable screws on this part. The two screws on the back side of the transducer holder slide into the transducer-holder mounting slots.
  • Page 304: Figure 10-44 Transducer-holder Mounts

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 304 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-44 Transducer-Holder Mounts 7. Remove the panhead screw securing the transducer-holder mount to the cart frame. 8. Pull the transducer-holder mount off and set it aside. Return to .Disassembly Procedure List (1 of 2)
  • Page 305: Figure 10-45 Right/left Side Panel Enclosures

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 305 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-45 Right/Left Side Panel Enclosures Panhead screws (2 plcs) 9. Remove the two panhead screws securing the side panel enclosure. 10. Pull the side panel upward to slide the cover tabs out of the slots.
  • Page 306: Figure 10-46 Speaker Mounting Plate Cable Connector

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 306 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-46 Speaker Mounting Plate Cable Connector 11. Disconnect the speaker cable from the speaker mounting plate cable Speaker mounting plate connector. cable connector Return to .Disassembly Procedure List (1 of 2)
  • Page 307 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 307 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-47 Speaker Mounting Plate Panhead screws (5 plcs) 12. Remove the five panhead screws securing the speaker mounting plate to the speaker box assembly. The speaker assembly is now completely disconnected.
  • Page 308: Acquisition Card Cage And Frontplane

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 308 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Acquisition Card Cage and Frontplane Figure 10-48 Upper Front Panel Enclosure To remove or replace the Acqui- sition Frontplane assembly 1. Remove the two panhead screws securing the upper front panel enclo- sure.
  • Page 309 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 309 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-49 Lower Front Panel Enclosure 3. Remove the two panhead screws Panhead screws (2 plcs) securing the lower front panel enclo- sure. 4. Slide the lower front panel enclosure upward to remove it and set it aside.
  • Page 310: Figure 10-50 Top Control Panel Articulation Enclosure

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 310 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-50 Top Control Panel Articulation Enclosure 5. Slide forward and remove the top enclosure that surrounds the control panel articulation and set it aside. There are no screws securing this cover to the frame.
  • Page 311 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 311 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-51 Control Panel Articulation Arm Beard Enclosure Assembly 6. Remove the four panhead screws Panhead screws (4 plcs) securing the articulation arm beard enclosure assembly. 7. Rotate the front side of the enclo- sure assembly downward.
  • Page 312: Figure 10-52 Rotating The Front Panel Hanger Brackets

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 312 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-52 Rotating the Front Panel Hanger Brackets 9. Rotate all four front panel hanger brackets. Rotate the brackets upward 90 degrees until they are flush with the inside of both side panels.
  • Page 313 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 313 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-53 Frontplane Warning Label WARNING Return to .Disassembly Procedure List Remove all frontplane shield mounting screws before (1 of 2) lifting handle. Ensure frontplane is seated before lowering handle. Do not exceed 25lb (55 kg) pressure on handle.
  • Page 314 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 314 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-54 Frontplane Assembly Screws 10. Remove the 17 panhead screws Panhead screws (17 plcs) securing the Frontplane assembly to the front of the Acquisition Card Cage. Frontplane assembly Return to .Disassembly Procedure List...
  • Page 315: Figure 10-55 Frontplane Assembly

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 315 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-55 Frontplane Assembly 11. Gently pull (do not force) the mechan- ical arm upward to disengage the Frontplane assembly from the card cage PCBs. Return to .Disassembly Procedure List (1 of 2) Mechanical arm...
  • Page 316: Figure 10-56 Uncabling The Frontplane Assembly

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 316 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-56 Uncabling the Frontplane Assembly 12. Gently lift the Frontplane assembly up and off the four hanger brackets. 13. Tilt the top of the Frontplane assem- Hanger bracket bly toward you and lower it until it rests on the static mat.
  • Page 317: Figure 10-57 Reinstalling The Frontplane Assembly

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 317 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-57 Reinstalling the Frontplane Assembly 15. Use step 12 through step 14 reverse for re-assembly (Figure 10-56). WARNING Refer to Figure 10-53. Read all warnings before reinstalling the Frontplane assembly.
  • Page 318: Acquisition Card Cage, Pcbs, And Scanhead Select

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 318 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Acquisition Card Cage, PCBs, and Scanhead Select Figure 10-58 Front Column Disk Bay Enclosure To remove or replace the Acqui- sition Card Cage PCBs and the Scanhead Select Module NOTE To remove the Scanhead Select Module, you must first start with the removal of the Front-...
  • Page 319: Figure 10-59 Rotating The Pcb Retainer Brackets

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 319 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-59 Rotating the PCB Retainer Brackets 2. Rotate all four PCB-retainer brackets away from the card cage before attempting to remove any PCBs. Two Retainer brackets brackets are at the top of the card cage and two are at the bottom.
  • Page 320: Figure 10-60 Acquisition Card Cage Pcbs

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 320 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-60 Acquisition Card Cage PCBs 3. Slide the Front End Controller (FEC) assembly out of the card cage until you can reach the ribbon cable con- nected at the bottom of the assem- bly.
  • Page 321 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 321 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-61 Releasing the Captive Screws 6. Unscrew the 10 captive screws inside the back of the Acquisition Card Cage. NOTE A sheet-metal bracket on the back side of the Acquisition Card Cage prevents the Scan- head Select Module from falling after the captive screws are...
  • Page 322 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 322 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-62 Scanhead Select Module 7. Gently lift the Scanhead Select Mod- ule, tilt it forward, and remove the assembly from between the Acquisi- tion Card Cage and the system frame.
  • Page 323: System Power Cord (100/120 V And 230 V)

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 323 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures System Power Cord (100/120 V and 230 V) Figure 10-63 System Power Cord Warnings Read all warnings (Figure 10-63) before proceeding with power cord disassembly or assembly procedures. WARNINGS NOTE The power cord configuration differs between 100/120-V...
  • Page 324: Figure 10-64 Rear Panel Enclosure

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 324 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-64 Rear Panel Enclosure To remove or replace the sys- tem power cord 1. Remove the six panhead screws securing the rear panel enclosure assembly. Set the assembly aside. Return to .
  • Page 325 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 325 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-65 Installing the 100/120-V Power Cord 2. Remove the two panhead screws securing the power cord retention bracket and set the bracket aside. 3. Remove the power cord. 4.
  • Page 326 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 326 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-66 Installing the 230-V Power Cord Return to Disassembly Procedure List (2 of Retention bracket 230-V configuration...
  • Page 327: Figure 10-67 Rear Panel Enclosure

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 327 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures AC Tray Figure 10-67 Rear Panel Enclosure To remove or replace the AC tray 1. Remove the six panhead screws securing the rear panel enclosure assembly. Set the assembly aside. Return to .Disassembly Procedure List (2 of 2)
  • Page 328: Figure 10-68 Ac Tray Screws

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 328 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-68 AC Tray Screws 2. Remove the power cord. (See “To remove or replace the system power cord” on page 324) 3. Remove the two panhead screws securing the AC tray to the cart frame.
  • Page 329: Figure 10-69 Ac Tray

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 329 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-69 AC Tray 4. Slide the AC Tray out toward you until it stops. 5. Disconnect the red/black, yellow/ black, OEM power, and main power cables. 6.
  • Page 330: Acquisition Power Supply And Hv Switcher

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 330 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Acquisition Power Supply and HV Switcher Figure 10-70 Power Supply Cover Enclosure To remove or replace the Acqui- sition Power Supply and HV switcher 1. The power supply cover snaps into place and no screws are required.
  • Page 331 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 331 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-71 Acquisition Power Supply 3. Remove the nine screws securing the Acquisition Power Supply to the cart frame. 4. Slide the power supply out about half way and disconnect the power cable.
  • Page 332 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 332 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-72 HV Switcher Front of system 5. To remove the HV Switcher, remove the two screws securing it to the cart frame, disconnect the two cable Baffle retaining slot connections and slide it out of the retaining slots.
  • Page 333: Filter Tray, Platform Power Supply, And Battery Tray

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 333 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Filter Tray, Platform Power Supply, and Battery Tray Figure 10-73 Filter Door Cover Enclosure 1. The filter door cover snaps into place and no screws are required. To remove the filter door cover, grasp the bottom and gently pull outward.
  • Page 334: Figure 10-74 Filter Tray

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 334 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-74 Filter Tray 3. Remove the fan filter. 4. Remove the 17 screws securing the filter tray assembly to the cart frame. Power cable 5. Slide the filter tray out and discon- nect the power cable.
  • Page 335 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 335 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-75 Platform Power Supply 6. To remove the Platform Power Sup- ply remove the five screws from the Platform Power Supply breakout board bracket and the screw secur- ing the power supply to the cart Breakout board frame.
  • Page 336 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 336 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-76 Battery Tray 8. To remove the battery tray, slide it to the left to clear the cart frame corner upright. 9. Disconnect the two cable connec- tions to the battery and the two connections to the fuse holder.
  • Page 337: Filter Tray Cooling Fans

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 337 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Filter Tray Cooling Fans Figure 10-77 Filter Door Cover Enclosure To remove or replace the filter tray cooling fans 1. The filter door cover snaps into place and no screws are required. To Cover tabs remove the filter door cover, grasp the bottom and gently pull outward.
  • Page 338: Figure 10-78 Filter Tray

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 338 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-78 Filter Tray 3. Remove the fan filter. 4. Remove the 17 screws securing the filter tray assembly to the cart frame. Power cable 5. Slide the filter tray out and discon- nect the power cable.
  • Page 339 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 339 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-79 Filter Tray Cooling Fans 6. Remove the four panhead screws securing each filter tray cooling fan to the filter tray bracket. The filter tray cooling fans are now completely disconnected.
  • Page 340: Rear Cooling Fans

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 340 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Rear Cooling Fans Figure 10-80 Rear Panel Enclosure To remove or replace the rear cooling fans 1. Remove the six panhead screws securing the rear panel enclosure assembly.
  • Page 341 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 341 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-81 Rear Cooling Fan Assemblies 2. Remove the two rear panhead screws securing the rear side of the Panhead screws (2 plcs) fan assembly. 3. Shift the system so that the casters turn sideways, allowing access to the two side panhead screws.
  • Page 342: Caster, Left Rear (free-swivel)

    4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 342 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Caster, Left Rear (Free-Swivel) Figure 10-82 Left Rear Caster To remove or replace the left Standoff pin rear caster 1. Remove the four hexhead bolts securing the caster to the cart rail. Return to .Disassembly Procedure List (2 of 2)
  • Page 343 4535 611 989314730-0047-01iE33 Service Manual Page 343 CSIP Level 1 Disassembly: Disassembly Procedures Figure 10-83 Installing the Left Rear Caster Front of system cart Linkage lever (outboard side of pin) 2. To install the left rear caster assem- bly, ensure that the linkage lever is Standoff pin pointing toward the front of the sys- tem cart.
  • Page 344: Cabling

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 344 CSIP Level 1 Cabling: Introduction Cabling Introduction This section contains system cabling and connector information. This section also includes the following: • System connector diagrams (Figure 11-1 through Figure 11-8) • OEM cabling diagrams...
  • Page 345: Cable Lists

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 345 CSIP Level 1 Cabling: Cable Lists Cable Lists Table 11-1 iE33 System Signal Interconnect Cables Part Number Cable Description Notes/Reference 453561171931 Cable Assy, Adapter USB 2.0 to IDE without DC Connector Diagram:...
  • Page 346 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 346 CSIP Level 1 Cabling: Cable Lists Table 11-1 iE33 System Signal Interconnect Cables (Continued) Part Number Cable Description Notes/Reference 453561164201 Cable Assy, Flat Panel Video Power, 2nd Segment Diagram: Figure 11-14 Figure 11-15...
  • Page 347 Parts Info: Figure 14-20 453561182661 Cable Assy, Trackball Select Buttons, iE33 Diagram: Figure 11-14 Parts Info: Figure 14-20 453561153793 Cable Assy, Trackball to CPM USB, iE33 Diagram: Figure 11-14 Parts Info: 2275-0541-01 Cable Assy, Ultra ATA EIDE Diagram: Figure 11-14 453561153812...
  • Page 348 Cable Assy, AVIO - iButton and Platform Power Supply Diagram: Figure 11-15 453561158551 Cable Assy, AVIO to Fans, Battery and Temp Diagram: Figure 11-15 453561179281 Cable Assy, Backlight Inverter, iE33 (Req 2 cables) Diagram: Figure 11-14 Parts Info: Figure 14-20 453561156612 Cable Assy, Backlight Pot Diagram:...
  • Page 349 11-11, and Figure 11-15 453561182651 Cable Assy, Platform Power Supply Sense Lines Diagram: Figure 11-15 453561157002 Cable Assy, Power, CPM - CP PCB, iE33 (Req 2 cables) Diagram: Figure 11-15 Parts Info: Figure 14-20 453561182431 Cable Assy, SIP Power Supply...
  • Page 350 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 350 CSIP Level 1 Cabling: Cable Lists Table 11-3 iE33 System OEM Signal Interconnect Cables (Continued) Part Number Cable Description Notes/Reference 2275-0176 Cable Assy, BNC, M/M, 6-ft, RG 59B/U, 75Ohm Diagram: Figure 11-10...
  • Page 351: System Connector Illustrations

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 351 CSIP Level 1 Cabling: System Connector Illustrations System System connectors are illustrated in Figure 11-1 through Figure 11-8. Connector Illustrations Figure 11-1 Front Panel Connector Locations (Frontplane Assembly) J501, 0.25-in phono jack J502, 0.25-in phono jack...
  • Page 352 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 352 CSIP Level 1 Cabling: System Connector Illustrations Figure 11-2 Scanhead Select (SHSEL) Connector Locations P1, transducer ZIF connector A P2, transducer ZIF connector B P3, transducer ZIF connector C Doppler probe connector,...
  • Page 353 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 353 CSIP Level 1 Cabling: System Connector Illustrations Figure 11-3 Rear Interface Panel Connector Locations (AVIO-RIP) AVIO-Rear Interface Panel AVIO-RIP overlay P21, E-NET OEM 1 (1.1 USB), P20 OEM 2 (1.1 USB) Modem (1.1 USB) P19, Bluetooth (1.1 USB)
  • Page 354 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 354 CSIP Level 1 Cabling: System Connector Illustrations Figure 11-4 Rear Interface Panel Dual USB Connector Configuration For single-OEM configuration, connect USB 1.1 OEM to the OEM 1 USB port P20, OEM 1 (1.1 USB) For dual OEM configuration, connect USB 1.1 lower OEM to the OEM 1 USB port...
  • Page 355: Figure 11-5 User Usb Connector Location (rear Of Disk Bay Housing)

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 355 CSIP Level 1 Cabling: System Connector Illustrations Figure 11-5 User USB Connector Location (Rear of Disk Bay Housing) User USB connector...
  • Page 356 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 356 CSIP Level 1 Cabling: System Connector Illustrations Figure 11-6 AC Power Receptacle (AC Tray) Side View AC power receptacle Circuit breaker switch Ground stud...
  • Page 357 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 357 CSIP Level 1 Cabling: System Connector Illustrations Figure 11-7 Terminal Block and Relay Wire Connection Diagram (AC Tray) Bottom Relay Terminal block To system To LED platform To OEM power Rear of system...
  • Page 358: Figure 11-8 J32 Feature Connector (host/sip Motherboard)

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 358 CSIP Level 1 Cabling: System Connector Illustrations Figure 11-8 J32 Feature Connector (Host/SIP Motherboard) Reset Speaker IDE/SCSI LED Keyboard lock (KL) Power LED ACPI Power on...
  • Page 359: Oem Cabling Diagrams

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 359 CSIP Level 1 Cabling: OEM Cabling Diagrams OEM Cabling OEM cabling diagrams are provided in Figure 11-9 through Figure 11-11. Diagrams Figure 11-9 HS-MD3000UA/EA Mitsubishi VCR Cabling Diagram Figure 11-4 for USB configuration...
  • Page 360 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 360 CSIP Level 1 Cabling: OEM Cabling Diagrams Figure 11-10 UP-D895MD Sony Digital Black-and-White Printer Cabling Diagram iE33 rear interface panel (AVIO-RIP) 453561153452 Figure 11-4 for USB configuration 453561179291 AC tray terminal block...
  • Page 361 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 361 CSIP Level 1 Cabling: OEM Cabling Diagrams Figure 11-11 UPD-23MD Sony Digital Color Printer Cabling Diagram Rear of DVD housing NOTE Do not disconnect the 453561153452 USB cable from the system rear interface panel. If it has to be disconnected, ensure that it gets reconnected to the same port.
  • Page 362: Test Cabling

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 362 CSIP Level 1 Cabling: Test Cabling Test Cabling Test cabling and cabling connections are illustrated in Figure 11-12 Figure 11-13. Pinout information for the test cable is listed in Table 11-5. Figure 11-12...
  • Page 363 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 363 CSIP Level 1 Cabling: Test Cabling Table 11-5 Acquisition Frontplane to Laptop Serial Port Cable Assembly (P/N 453561170191) Wire Color (Function) P1-1 P2-1 Yellow (GND) P1-2 P2-2 Red (Tx) P1-3 P2-3 Green (Rx)
  • Page 364: Figure 11-13 Acquisition Frontplane To Laptop Serial Port Connection Diagram

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 364 CSIP Level 1 Cabling: Test Cabling Figure 11-13 Acquisition Frontplane to Laptop Serial Port Connection Diagram Acquisition Frontplane Rear of laptop (serial 453561170191 port connector)
  • Page 365: Figure 11-14 Ie33 Ultrasound System Signal Interconnect Diagram

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 365 CSIP Level 1 Cabling: Cabling Diagrams Figure 11-14 iE33 Ultrasound System Signal Interconnect Diagram 453561153712 453561179872 Part of touch screen CD/DVD Housing Host Motherboard Touch screen 453561153732 453561182501 AVIO - CAD 3900-0045-01...
  • Page 366: Figure 11-15 Ie33 Ultrasound System Ac/dc Power Distribution Diagram

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 366 CSIP Level 1 Cabling: Cabling Diagrams Figure 11-15 iE33 Ultrasound System AC/DC Power Distribution Diagram Platform Power Supply AC Tray 15A Circuit breaker Terminal block 453561182361 Black Filter White 100,120,230,240 Vac input from...
  • Page 367: Change History

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 367 CSIP Level 1 Change History: 1.0.0.399 Change History This section lists the software and hardware changes associated with a specific software release number. Unless noted, the hardware changes are not required for that software release.
  • Page 368: Configuration

    Acquisition Card Cage PCB locations are shown in Figure 13-1. Locations NOTES • Call your Philips representative for the part number and compatible software version of sys- tem PCBs. • Individual batteries are not to be replaced in the field. Return assemblies containing batteries to Bothell.
  • Page 369 Acquisition Card Cage PCB Names and Locations Frontplane assembly removed Scanhead Select Assembly (SHSEL) Front End Controller (FEC) Analog Input Module (AIM) Call your Philips representative for Channel Board (CB3-CB0) the part number and compatible software version of system PCBs...
  • Page 370: Supported Media

    PC if the PC does not use Windows XP. The UDF reader may be downloaded free from the Internet. • Philips recommends the use of Verbatim or Sony DVDs. Other DVD brands have not per- formed as well on the system. Table 13-1...
  • Page 371: Parts

    Parts: Introduction Parts Introduction This section contains parts information for the iE33 Ultrasound System. For replacement parts that are dependent upon system features and software versions (PCBs and certain hardware assemblies), call your Philips representative. Use the figures and parts table in this section to locate and identify system parts. Part numbers are shown on the illustrations as well as listed and described in the corresponding tables.
  • Page 372: Parts Ordering Information

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 372 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Parts Ordering Information Parts Field Service Engineers Ordering For parts ordering procedures, FSEs should refer to their standard operating procedures. Information Customers Customers may order parts through an FSE or directly from the Customer Service Order Pro- cessing Department.
  • Page 373: How To Find A Part Number

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 373 CSIP Level 1 Parts: How to Find a Part Number How to Find a To begin your parts search, go to the “System Parts Locator Map” figures (Figure 14-1 Figure 14-2), which refer to the exploded-view system illustrations. Part numbers in the Part Number exploded-view illustrations (figures) point to the system parts.
  • Page 374 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 374 CSIP Level 1 Parts: How to Find a Part Number Figure Definitions 3500-0000-00 Part Number The part number for each part or subassembly shown in an illustration is a 453561100000 hypertext cross-reference linking to the parts/cable tables containing parts descriptions and addi- tional information.
  • Page 375 Part Number This column lists the part number for an item. Use this number when ordering parts from Philips Ultrasound. If a table is referenced in this column, the part number is on that table. Cable part numbers may be in Section 11, “Cabling”.
  • Page 376: Illustrations

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 376 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Illustrations Figure 14-1 iE33 Ultrasound System Parts Locator Map (Front and Rear Ends) SYSTEM VIEW System labeling Side, Figure 14-58 Front, Figure 14-59 Video monitor Rear, Figure 14-63...
  • Page 377 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 377 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-2 iE33 Ultrasound System Parts Locator Map (Left and Right Sides) SYSTEM VIEW System labeling Side, Figure 14-58 Front, Figure 14-59 Video monitor articulation arm Rear,...
  • Page 378 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 378 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-3 Video Monitor, Flat-Panel PARENT VIEW Front enclosure Figure 14-4 Rear enclosure Figure 14-5 Video monitor assembly System 3500-3677-01...
  • Page 379 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 379 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-4 Video Monitor, Flat-Panel (Front Enclosure) 1065-6513-01 (4 plcs) 1630-0128-01 (8 plcs) 3000-0858-01 1065-6511-01 (2 plcs) 1630-0128-01 (6 plcs) Parent View 2100-1906-01 System...
  • Page 380 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 380 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-5 Video Monitor, Flat-Panel (Rear Enclosure) Video monitor articulation arm Figure 14-7 1065-6510-01 1065-6520-01 1065-6521-01 Cables Figure 14-6 Parent View 2950-0586-01 (2 plcs) System...
  • Page 381: Figure 14-6 Video Monitor, Flat-panel (cables)

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 381 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-6 Video Monitor, Flat-Panel (Cables) 1065-6566-01 1065-6516-01 453561164201 Parent View System...
  • Page 382 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 382 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-7 Video Monitor Articulation Arm PARENT VIEW Upper arm Figure 14-8 Elbow assembly Figure 14-11 Latch mechanism Figure 14-10 Lower arm Installation Figure 14-9 Monitor articulation assembly...
  • Page 383 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 383 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-8 Video Monitor Articulation Arm (Upper) 453561171591 1065-6445-01 Elbow assembly Figure 14-11 453561155151 453561155161 453561155171 453561152171 1555-0036-01 453561150072 1065-6699-01 3600-0047 (2 plcs) 2950-1636-01 1065-6696-01 1065-6655-01 Parent View...
  • Page 384 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 384 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-9 Video Monitor Articulation Arm (Lower) 453561155191 Latch mechanism Figure 14-10 453561168951 1565-0092-01 1065-6693-01 453561161691 1065-6430-02 1065-6525-01 1516-0074 (2 plcs) Parent View 1530-0428-01 1065-6707-01 System...
  • Page 385 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 385 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-10 Video Monitor Articulation Arm (Latch Mechanism) 1065-6435-01 1065-6652-01 1065-6574-01 1065-6435-01 Parent View 1518-0041 (2 plcs) Latch mechanism assembly System 453561160341...
  • Page 386 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 386 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-11 Video Monitor Articulation Arm (Elbow Assembly) 1065-6653-01 1065-6438-01 2950-1630-01 (2 plcs) 1065-6694-01 1065-6529-01 1065-6528-01 1530-0344-01 (2 plcs) 1065-6440-01 1065-6695-01 Parent View 1065-6439-01 System...
  • Page 387: Figure 14-12 Dvd Drive Housing

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 387 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-12 DVD Drive Housing PARENT VIEW USB printer hub Covers and cables Figure 14-17 Figure 14-13 Power On/Standby switch Figure 14-14 DVD drive assembly Figure 14-16...
  • Page 388: Figure 14-13 Dvd Drive Housing (covers And Cables)

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 388 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-13 DVD Drive Housing (Covers and Cables) 1530-0410-01 (8 plcs) 1530-0410-01 (8 plcs) 1065-6567-01 453561151571 453561171931 DVD drive assembly Figure 14-16 453561153682 Disassembly Parent View System...
  • Page 389: Figure 14-14 Dvd Drive Housing (power On/standby Switch)

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 389 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-14 DVD Drive Housing (Power On/Standby Switch) Nut (part of 453561182681) Washer (part of 453561182681)) 2950-1619-01 453561182681 1065-6391-01 1065-6356-01 Parent View System...
  • Page 390 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 390 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-15 DVD Drive Housing (Microphone Mount) 1560-0065 (2 plcs) 2100-1868-01 1514-0060 (2 plcs) Parent View Microphone mounting bracket 2950-1155-01 (part of 453561174311) System...
  • Page 391 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 391 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-16 DVD Drive Housing (DVD Drive Assembly) 1630-0113-01 (8 plcs) 1065-6249-01 1560-0061 (8 plcs) 1516-0074 (4 plcs) 1560-0046 (4 plcs) 453561170151 1065-6248-01 Disassembly Parent View 1065-6675-01...
  • Page 392 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 392 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-17 USB Hub (Printer) USB plug 2210-0125 2210-0126 USB receptacle 1 453561185151 USB receptacle 2 Parent View USB hub assembly System 453561185291...
  • Page 393 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 393 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-18 Control Panel PARENT VIEW Control knobs and transducer holder Figure 14-19 Lower housing Figure 14-21 Keyboard Control panel assembly System Figure 14-22 453561175082...
  • Page 394 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 394 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-19 Control Panel (Control Knobs and Transducer Holder) 1065-6463-01 (3 plcs) 453561173851 (1 plc) 1065-6461-01 (10 plcs) 453561160161 (16 plcs) 453561166921 Parent View 453561166891 System...
  • Page 395 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 395 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-20 Control Panel (Cables) 453561156612 453561182501 453561156612 453561179281 453561179872 453561182501 453561179872 453561182581 453561157002 453561182351 System 453561179281 453561179872 453561156632 453561182661 453561157002 453561182581 Parent View 453561182351 System 453561153793...
  • Page 396 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 396 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-21 Control Panel (Lower Housing) 453561166761 453561166781 Parent View 1565-0088-01 (10 plcs) 1518-0041 (10 plcs) System...
  • Page 397: Figure 14-22 Control Panel (keyboard)

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 397 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-22 Control Panel (Keyboard) 1065-6465-01 453561153812 1065-6067-01 1516-0112 (4 plcs) Parent View 1516-0074 (2 plcs) 2950-1497-01 (2 plcs) Keyboard assembly System 453561176672...
  • Page 398 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 398 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-23 System Enclosures (Right Front View) PARENT VIEW 1065-6184-01 3500-3628-01 1065-6185-02 Transducer holder assy, left Figure 14-26 3500-3652-02 1065-6180-02 1065-6190-02 3500-3544-02 Transducer holder assy, right Figure 14-26...
  • Page 399: Figure 14-24 System Enclosures (left Rear View)

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 399 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-24 System Enclosures (Left Rear View) PARENT VIEW 1065-6186-02 3500-3653-02 1065-6191-02 3500-3675-02 1065-6377-01 Rear enclosure assembly 1065-6355-02 3500-3548-02 Disassembly 3500-3658-02 3500-3660-02 System...
  • Page 400 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 400 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-25 Rear Enclosure Assembly 1065-6188-01 453561150191 3000-0864-01 Filter slot 1065-6589-01 3000-0860-01 1563-0179 (2 plcs) Parent View 1518-0051 (6 plcs) Rear enclosure assembly 1565-0088-01 (6 plcs) System...
  • Page 401 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 401 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-26 Transducer Holder Assemblies Left transducer holder Right transducer holder 3000-0879-01 3000-0878-01 Disassembly Left transducer holder assembly Parent View 1065-6674-01 (4 plcs) 3500-3738-01 1517-0060 (4 plcs)
  • Page 402 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 402 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-27 Speaker Boxes PARENT VIEW 1516-0074 (12 plcs) 1530-0410-01 1065-6556-01 (4 plcs) 1518-0051 (6 plcs) 1065-6468-01 1065-6557-01 Speaker box assembly, left Figure 14-29 Speaker box assembly, right...
  • Page 403 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 403 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-28 Speaker Box Assembly, Right Speaker (4 plcs) 1065-6358-01 1516-0074 (6 plcs) 1065-6359-01 1065-6663-01 1065-6389-01 Disassembly Parent View Speaker module assembly 3500-3731-01 Right speaker box assembly...
  • Page 404: Figure 14-29 Speaker Box Assembly, Left

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 404 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-29 Speaker Box Assembly, Left Speaker box detail Figure 14-28 1065-6361-01 1065-6362-01 Disassembly Parent View Left speaker box assembly System 3500-3627-01...
  • Page 405 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 405 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-30 OEM Deck PARENT VIEW Dual OEM Sony UPD-23MD configuration 2100-1941-01 Figure 14-33 Sony UPD-895MD (Not shown) Single OEM 453561157291 configuration 2100-1892-XX (Alt) Figure 14-32 Mitsubishi HS-MD3000U/E...
  • Page 406: Figure 14-31 No Oem Configuration (oem Deck)

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 406 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-31 No OEM Configuration (OEM Deck) 1518-0043 (4 plcs) 1065-5966-01 1065-6377-01 (2 plcs) OEM deck platform Parent View System...
  • Page 407 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 407 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-32 Single OEM Configuration (OEM Deck) 1065-5966-01 453561155221 1065-2386-01 3000-0877-01 (2 plcs) 1065-6204-02 1065-6376-02 Lower Installation 1065-6205-01 (4 plcs) Parent View System OEM deck platform...
  • Page 408 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 408 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-33 Dual OEM Configuration (OEM Deck) 1065-2386-01 (2 plcs) 1065-6203-02 1065-6204-02 Upper 453561155221 3000-0877-01 1065-6204-02 1065-6376-02 Lower 1065-2386-01 (2 plcs) Installation 1065-6205-01 (4 plcs) Parent View...
  • Page 409 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 409 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-34 TEE Probe Tray Rotated 180° 453561166571 453561168071 453561170901 1560-0051 (4 plcs) Disassembly 1518-0041 (4 plcs) System...
  • Page 410 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 410 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-35 Acquisition Card Cage PARENT VIEW Shields and panels Figure 14-36 Frontplane assembly Figure 14-37 Card cage detail Figure 14-38 System...
  • Page 411 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 411 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-36 Acquisition Card Cage (Shields and Panels) 1065-6155-02 Card cage detail Figure 14-38 1065-6546-01 1516-0074 (4 plcs) Frontplane assembly 1516-0074 (6 plcs) Figure 14-37 1516-0074 (10 plcs)
  • Page 412: Figure 14-37 Acquisition Card Cage (frontplane Assembly)

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 412 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-37 Acquisition Card Cage (Frontplane Assembly) 1516-0074 (8 plcs) 1065-5751-03 1065-5752-02 1065-5753-02 Parent View Frontplane assembly System 3500-3365-01...
  • Page 413 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 413 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-38 Acquisition Card Cage (Card Cage Detail) 1065-6152-04 1065-6271-04 1065-6709-01 1065-6709-01 1065-6157-03 453561157281 2950-1570-01 2950-1594-01 1065-6153-05 1065-6272-04 1065-6708-01 1065-6708-01 Parent View System...
  • Page 414 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 414 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-39 Power Supply Enclosure PARENT VIEW AC tray Platform power supply Figure 14-51 Figure 14-46 Filter tray (cooling fans) Figure 14-44 Battery tray and HV switcher...
  • Page 415: Figure 14-40 System Brake And Steering Lock

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 415 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-40 System Brake and Steering Lock System brake/steering lock detail Figure 14-41 Brake Parent View Steering lock System brake and steering lock assembly System 1518-0051 (4 plcs)
  • Page 416 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 416 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-41 System Brake/Steering Lock Detail 1065-6552-01 3500-3689-01 3500-3684-01 1065-6551-01 1530-0088-01 1065-6555-01 (2 plcs) 453561161401 1065-6649-01 1065-6523-01 1544-0012 (2 plcs) 1065-6549-01 453561153071 1065-6552-01 1065-6553-01 453561157701 3500-3684-01 3500-3684-01...
  • Page 417 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 417 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-42 Acquisition Power Supply Acquisition power supply detail Figure 14-43 1518-0051 (9 plcs) Disassembly Parent View System...
  • Page 418: Figure 14-43 Acquisition Power Supply Detail

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 418 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-43 Acquisition Power Supply Detail 1065-6233-01 1065-6398-01 (4 plcs) 453561151171 Parent View Acquisition power supply assembly System 3500-3699-01...
  • Page 419: Figure 14-44 Filter Tray (cooling Fans)

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 419 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-44 Filter Tray (Cooling Fans) 1518-0051 (10 plcs) Disassembly Filter tray detail Figure 14-45 Parent View 1530-0410-01 (2 plcs) 1518-0041 (5 plcs) System...
  • Page 420: Figure 14-45 Filter Tray Detail

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 420 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-45 Filter Tray detail 1065-6622-01 1065-6228-01 - Outside view - - Inside view - 1065-6623-01 2100-1910-01 453561150251 Disassembly 1065-6398-01 (4 plcs) 2950-1611-01 (8 plcs) Parent View...
  • Page 421: Figure 14-46 Platform Power Supply

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 421 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-46 Platform Power Supply Panhead screws (5 plcs) 1518-0042 Disassembly Parent View Platform power supply detail Figure 14-47 System...
  • Page 422 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 422 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-47 Platform Power Supply Detail Handle 7500-1914-xx 3500-3701-01 1518-0051 (5 plcs) Parent View Platform power supply assembly System 1700-0134-01...
  • Page 423 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 423 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-48 Battery Tray and HV Switcher Battery tray detail Figure 14-49 1065-6239-01 HV switcher detail Bus bar Figure 14-50 Disassembly 1065-6242-01 Parent View 1518-0051 (2 plcs)
  • Page 424 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 424 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-49 Battery Tray Detail 1700-0138-01 (3 plcs) 1065-6560-01 1516-0112 (4 plcs) 2700-0151 Parent View 2700-0240-01 Battery tray assembly 1516-0112 System 3500-3744-01...
  • Page 425: Figure 14-50 Hv Switcher Detail

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 425 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-50 HV Switcher Detail 1065-6227-01 4600-0312-01 (6 plcs) 7500-1800-04 1065-6226-01 Parent View HV switcher assembly 1516-0112 (6 plcs) 4600-0310-01 (6 plcs) System 3500-xxxx-xx...
  • Page 426: Figure 14-51 Ac Tray

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 426 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-51 AC Tray 1518-0051 (2 plcs) AC tray detail Figure 14-52 3500-3701-01 3500-3701-01 Disassembly Parent View System...
  • Page 427 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 427 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-52 AC Tray Detail AC tray power receptacle/switch Figure 14-53 453561182591 3800-0082-01 2601-0100-01 3100-3161-01 3100-3162-01 Parent View AC tray assembly 1065-6545-01 3500-3391-01 System 3500-3745-01...
  • Page 428 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 428 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-53 AC Tray Power Receptacle/Switch 2950-1179-01 2275-0388-01 1518-0051 (2 plcs) 1630-0025-01 1655-0020-01 1560-0051 1518-0051 Disassembly 2700-0270-01 Parent View 1514-0060 (2 plcs) 1065-6595-01 2265-0274-01 System...
  • Page 429 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 429 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-54 Rear Cooling Fans and Shipping Brackets 1518-0041 (4 plcs each fan) 2100-1910-01 (2 plcs) 453561160051 (2 plcs) Installation Disassembly 1530-0088-01 (2 plcs each fan) 2950-1611-01...
  • Page 430 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 430 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-55 Casters PARENT VIEW Rear caster (swivel-lock) Figure 14-57 Front of system Front casters (brake) Rear caster (free-swivel) Figure 14-56 System Figure 14-57...
  • Page 431 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 431 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-56 Front Caster (Brake) Brake linkage lever Figure 14-40 1519-0022 (4 plcs each caster) 1560-0052 (4 plcs each caster) Parent View 1561-0036 (4 plcs each caster)
  • Page 432 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 432 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-57 Rear Caster (Swivel) Swivel-lock linkage lever (Right rear, swivel-lock) (Left rear, free-swivel) Disassembly 1519-0022 (4 plcs each caster) Parent View 1560-0052 (4 plcs each caster)
  • Page 433 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 433 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-58 System Labeling, Side of System 453561161311 (Left) 453561161301 (Right) 453561180051 (both sides) System...
  • Page 434: Figure 14-59 System Labeling, Front Of System (1 Of 4)

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 434 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-59 System Labeling, Front of System (1 of 4) Control panel System...
  • Page 435: Figure 14-60 System Labeling, Front Of System (2 Of 4)

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 435 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-60 System Labeling, Front of System (2 of 4) HIDE-SHOW ANNOTATE System Keyboard...
  • Page 436: Figure 14-61 System Labeling, Front Of System (3 Of 4)

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 436 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-61 System Labeling, Front of System (3 of 4) 453561157471 Located inside of touch screen housing Touch screen adapter plate System...
  • Page 437: Figure 14-62 System Labeling, Front Of System (4 Of 4)

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 437 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-62 System Labeling, Front of System (4 of 4) 453561161261 453561161151 Brake pedals System...
  • Page 438 THIS ISM DEVICE COMPLIES WITH CANADIAN ICES-001. CET APPAREIL ISM EST CONFORME A LA NORME NMB-001 DU CANADA. WARNING: ATTACH ONLY TO EQUIPMENT DESIGNATED BY PHILIPS ULTRASOUND. CONSULT OPERATORS MANUAL. GROUNDING RELIABILITY CAN ONLY BE ACHEIVED WHEN THE EQUIPMENT IS CONNECTED TO AN EQUIVALENT RECEPTACLE MARKED “HOSPITAL GRADE ONLY”...
  • Page 439 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 439 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-64 System Labeling, Rear of System (2 of 3) Rear of video monitor Serial number label cannot be ordered from the field. 453561161791 453561160521 PCB CONTROLS...
  • Page 440: Figure 14-65 System Labeling, Rear Of System (3 Of 3)

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 440 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Illustrations Figure 14-65 System Labeling, Rear of System (3 of 3) 453561154171 Platform Card Cage System...
  • Page 441: Parts List

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 441 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Parts List Parts List Table 14-1 iE33 Ultrasound System Parts List Located On Part Number Part Description Notes/Reference Figure 14-37 3500-3365-01 Acquisition Frontplane Assy Figure 14-52 3500-3391-01 AC Tray Assy...
  • Page 442 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 442 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Parts List Table 14-1 iE33 Ultrasound System Parts List (Continued) Located On Part Number Part Description Notes/Reference Figure 14-48 1065-6239-01 Bracket, Catch, Acquisition, Rear Figure 14-16 1065-6249-01 Bracket, Disk Drive, Left...
  • Page 443 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 443 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Parts List Table 14-1 iE33 Ultrasound System Parts List (Continued) Located On Part Number Part Description Notes/Reference Figure 14-5 2950-0586-01 Bumper, 0.5-in x 0.14-in H, Clear Vinyl, Video monitor...
  • Page 444 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 444 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Parts List Table 14-1 iE33 Ultrasound System Parts List (Continued) Located On Part Number Part Description Notes/Reference Figure 14-41 1065-6553-01 Caster Link, Center, Brake Assy System brake assembly...
  • Page 445 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 445 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Parts List Table 14-1 iE33 Ultrasound System Parts List (Continued) Located On Part Number Part Description Notes/Reference Figure 14-50 1065-6226-01 Cover, HV, Right Figure 14-16 453561170151 Disk Drive, DVD/CD, Rewritable, ATAPI...
  • Page 446 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 446 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Parts List Table 14-1 iE33 Ultrasound System Parts List (Continued) Located On Part Number Part Description Notes/Reference Figure 14-23 1065-6185-02 Enclosure, Disk Bay, Column Insert Figure 14-24 1065-6186-02...
  • Page 447 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 447 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Parts List Table 14-1 iE33 Ultrasound System Parts List (Continued) Located On Part Number Part Description Notes/Reference Figure 14-23 3500-3659-02 Enclosure, Side Cover, Rear, Right Figure 14-24 3500-3548-02...
  • Page 448 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 448 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Parts List Table 14-1 iE33 Ultrasound System Parts List (Continued) Located On Part Number Part Description Notes/Reference Not shown 453561165761 Grease, Molygraph, SL3144, 3-oz Cartridge For brake pedal linkage, includes a...
  • Page 449 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 449 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Parts List Table 14-1 iE33 Ultrasound System Parts List (Continued) Located On Part Number Part Description Notes/Reference Figure 14-19 453561160161 Knob, Light Pipe, TGC/LGC Figure 14-10 1065-6435-01 Knob, Locking, Display Articulation...
  • Page 450 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 450 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Parts List Table 14-1 iE33 Ultrasound System Parts List (Continued) Located On Part Number Part Description Notes/Reference Figure 14-22 453561176672 Keyboard, QWERTY, USB, English Figure 14-10 453561160341 Latch Assy, Display Articulation...
  • Page 451 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 451 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Parts List Table 14-1 iE33 Ultrasound System Parts List (Continued) Located On Part Number Part Description Notes/Reference Call your Philips PCB Assy, Channel Board CB0-CB3 representative for PCB Assy, Controller, Ultra ATA 133, PCI...
  • Page 452 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 452 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Parts List Table 14-1 iE33 Ultrasound System Parts List (Continued) Located On Part Number Part Description Notes/Reference Call your Philips PCB Assy, Scanhead Select SHSEL representative for PCB Assy, SCI Adapter, PCI, 64B, 66 Mhz...
  • Page 453 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 453 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Parts List Table 14-1 iE33 Ultrasound System Parts List (Continued) Located On Part Number Part Description Notes/Reference Figure 14-38 1065-6153-05 Retainer, PCB, Bottom, Left Acquisition Card Cage Figure 14-38...
  • Page 454 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 454 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Parts List Table 14-1 iE33 Ultrasound System Parts List (Continued) Located On Part Number Part Description Notes/Reference Figure 14-9 1516-0074 Screw, 6-32x3/8, Pnh, Int Sem, Pd, St, Zn...
  • Page 455 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 455 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Parts List Table 14-1 iE33 Ultrasound System Parts List (Continued) Located On Part Number Part Description Notes/Reference Figure 14-25 1518-0051 Screw, 10-32x1/2, Pnh, Sem, Pd, St, Zn Figure 14-27...
  • Page 456 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 456 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Parts List Table 14-1 iE33 Ultrasound System Parts List (Continued) Located On Part Number Part Description Notes/Reference Figure 14-38 453561157281 Shield, Strip, Clip-On, Perp, 16-in Length Acquisition Card Cage fingers...
  • Page 457 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 457 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Parts List Table 14-1 iE33 Ultrasound System Parts List (Continued) Located On Part Number Part Description Notes/Reference Figure 14-50 4600-0310-01 Standoff, 6-32, 0.375L, 1/4 Hex, M/F, AL, IR...
  • Page 458 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 458 CSIP Level 1 Parts: Parts List Table 14-1 iE33 Ultrasound System Parts List (Continued) Located On Part Number Part Description Notes/Reference Figure 14-41 1565-0090-01 Washer, Equalize Pressure, 0.28ID, 0.63OD, 0.19T, S Figure 14-15 1560-0065 Washer, Flat, #4, 0.122ID, 0.280OD, 0.03T,...
  • Page 459: Accessories Parts List

    453561155151 Yoke, Mounting, Display Articulation Monitor articulation Accessories Parts List Table 14-2 iE33 Ultrasound System Accessories Parts List (Not Illustrated) Part Number Part Description Notes/Reference 453561165301 Adapter, USB Bluetooth Assembly, with 1.20 Software System option, plugs into a USB port on...
  • Page 460: Peripherals Parts List

    11-9) 3500-3596-01 (RCA) (Figure 1-3) 453561153452 (USB) (Figure 11-9) Report Printer, Hewlet-Packard, Desk Jet 5650 Not sold by Philips, but Supplied with 453561153452 (USB) S/W drivers for these printer Report Printer, Hewlet-Packard, Laser Jet 1300 453561153452 (USB) printers are installed in...
  • Page 461: Transducers

    CSIP Level 1 Transducers: Compatibility Transducers Compatibility Table 15-1 contains a list of the transducers compatible with the iE33 Ultrasound System, the advantages of each type, and references to tables with the transducer specifications. Table 15-1 Transducer Information Table Transducer...
  • Page 462: Transducer Specfications

    Page 462 CSIP Level 1 Transducers: Transducer Specfications Table 15-1 Transducer Information (Continued) Table Transducer Reference Advantages Pencil Probes D2 CWC Table 15-8 D5 CWC Table 15-9 Transducer Table 15-2 through Table 15-9 provide specifications for the iE33 transducers. Specfications...
  • Page 463 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 463 CSIP Level 1 Transducers: Transducer Specfications Table 15-2 X3-1 Matrix Transducer Parameter Specification Part number 21715A Intended application Adult cardiology Imaging modes 2D, Color, Harmonics, and XRes image processing Elements 2400 Clinical options...
  • Page 464 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 464 CSIP Level 1 Transducers: Transducer Specfications Table 15-3 S5-1 Sector Array Transducer Parameter Specification Part number 21314A Intended application Adult cardiology Imaging modes 2D, M-mode, Color M-mode, steerable PW Doppler, High PRF...
  • Page 465 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 465 CSIP Level 1 Transducers: Transducer Specfications Table 15-4 S7-2omni Transducer Parameter Specification Part number 21778A Intended application Adult transesophageal cardiology Imaging modes 2D, M-mode, Color M-mode, Steerable PW Doppler, High PRF Doppler, Color Doppler, Tissue Doppler Imaging (TDI),...
  • Page 466 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 466 CSIP Level 1 Transducers: Transducer Specfications Table 15-5 S8-3 Sector Array Transducer Parameter Specification Part number 21750A Intended application Adult cardiology Imaging modes 2D, M-mode, Color M-mode, steerable PW Doppler, High PRF...
  • Page 467 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 467 CSIP Level 1 Transducers: Transducer Specfications Table 15-6 L8-4 Linear Array Transducer Parameter Specification Part number 453561167101 Intended application Vascular Imaging modes 2D, M-mode, steerable PW Doppler, Color Doppler, Color Power Angio imaging, Harmonics, SonoCT imaging, XRes image...
  • Page 468 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 468 CSIP Level 1 Transducers: Transducer Specfications Table 15-7 L11-3 Linear Array Transducer Parameter Specification Part number 21756A Intended application Vascular Imaging modes 2D, M-mode, Steerable PW Doppler, Color Doppler, Color Power Angio imaging, Harmonics, SonoCT imaging, XRes image...
  • Page 469 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 469 CSIP Level 1 Transducers: Transducer Specfications Table 15-8 D2cwc Transducer Parameter Specification Part number 453561172792 Intended application Cardiology Elements 2 (one transmit, one receive) Clinical option Adult Cardiology Frequency 2.0 MHz S/W version released on...
  • Page 470: System Administration

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 470 CSIP Level 1 System Administration: System Admin System Administration System Admin Displaying the To display the system software level System 1. Power up the system. The system software level and part number are briefly displayed on the Software Level application loader splash screen as the system is booting up.
  • Page 471: Formatting A Blank Dvd

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 471 CSIP Level 1 System Administration: System Admin Formatting a To format a DVD Blank DVD 1. Insert a DVD into the drive. 2. In the Review Exam display or the Patient Directory, click Format. If the DVD is unfor- matted, an icon is displayed to indicate this.
  • Page 472 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 472 CSIP Level 1 System Administration: System Admin To select all Quick Save presets, select All for Transducer and click Select Displayed. To select specific Quick Save presets, select a transducer and then select the Quick Save presets you want to copy.
  • Page 473: Figure 16-1 Manage Setups Tab

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 473 CSIP Level 1 System Administration: System Admin Figure 16-1 Manage Setups Tab...
  • Page 474: Importing Settings From A Dvd

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 474 CSIP Level 1 System Administration: System Admin Importing The system allows you to import all of the settings on a DVD into your system. Settings from a To import settings from a DVD 1.
  • Page 475: Exporting User Logons

    You can export user logons to a DVD. Using this function, you can create a master list of all reg- Logons istered users. You can then distribute this list to multiple iE33 ultrasound systems. To export user logons to a DVD 1.
  • Page 476: Importing User Logons

    You can import user logons from a DVD. This function is useful if you have created a master list Logons of all registered users and you want to distribute this list to multiple iE33 ultrasound systems in a hospital or clinic.
  • Page 477: To Export Images To Dvd

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 477 CSIP Level 1 System Administration: System Admin To export images to DVD 1. Press Review. The patient directory is displayed. 2. Select the images you want to export. 3. Click To DVD as JPG/AVI in the Review Exam display.
  • Page 478: To Save User Settings

    4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 478 CSIP Level 1 System Administration: System Admin To save user settings 1. Press Setups. 2. Click Config/Test. 3. Click the Manage Setups tab (Figure 16-1). 4. Click Select All or click the desired individual settings.
  • Page 479 200-exam limit. Philips strongly recommends that you or your system administrator perform disk mainte- nance at regular intervals to prevent data loss. Suggested intervals are 50 patient exams or 50% hard drive capacity.
  • Page 480 4535 611 98931 iE33 Service Manual Page 480 CSIP Level 1 System Administration: System Admin To perform hard drive maintenance 1. Press Review and if necessary, click Patient Directory. 2. In the Patient Directory, select patient exams to be backed up.

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