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General Equipment Protection - Philips HD3 Service Manual

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HD3 Service Manual
CSIP Level 1
Ensure that the cables for all patient-applied parts are secure before moving the system. Use
the cable management system to ensure that transducer cables are protected from damage.
Do not roll the system over transducer cables or power cables.
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.
Follow these additional precautions to protect the system from damage:
For optimal performance, the ultrasound system should be connected to a power circuit
dedicated solely for the ultrasound system.
Verify system and peripheral power sources are appropriate before connecting to them.
Avoid placing the system in an environment that may produce electrostatic discharges (ESD)
that could damage the ultrasound system. See
Safety: General Equipment Protection
"About Electrostatic Discharge" on page
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