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MX4000/6000 Dual and
MX4000
S y s t e m I n s t a l l a t i o n I n s t r u c t i o n s
4550 193 80401
Revision D
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  • Page 1 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 2 „ 2010 KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS ELECTRONICS N. V. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Warranty Disclaimer PHILIPS PROVIDES THIS DOCUMENT WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER IMPLIED OR EXPRESSED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
  • Page 3 Symbol Descriptions Attention symbol Radiation warning symbol Laser warning symbol Biohazard warning symbol Magnetism warning symbol Projectile warning symbol Electrical warning symbol Do not touch...
  • Page 4 Revision History ECO # Revision Date Comments New Release Removed Gantry Rotation Locking Pin Release Procedure “Cable Connection Overview” H3000384 November 2006 Updated on page 48 “Connecting the UPS (Option)” Updated on page 67 “Service license Key” Updated on page 96 Updated: “Connecting the Computer Rack”...
  • Page 5 “Power Filter Box (ROW - Out of China Configuration)” Added on page 124 “Power Supply Troubleshooting” Updated on page 135 This document was prepared by the CT BU Haifa Service Innovation Department. For any additions, corrections, or suggestions, contact: CT BU Haifa Customer Support Department Email: helpdesk.ct.haifa@philips.com...
  • Page 6 Safety Information To the User of This Manual The user of this manual is directed to read and carefully review the instructions, warnings and cautions contained herein prior to beginning installation or service activities. While you may have previously installed or serviced equipment similar to that described in this manual, changes in design, manufacture or procedure may have occurred which significantly affect the present installation or service.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Positioning the Patient Table ..............................Positioning the Connection Piece ............................. Positioning the Operating Console ............................Operator’s Table ................................. Assembly Steps ................................Computer Rack ................................... CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 8 Opening the Gantry Front and Rear Covers ..........................Checking the Protective (GND) Covers ............................ Gantry GND Check ................................Gantry Stationary ................................Gantry Rotor Frame ..............................Computer Rack ................................... Patient Table..................................CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 9 Checking the Gantry Fans ..............................Checking Movement from the Gantry Panel ........................Checking Movement from the CT-Box ..........................Checking Reconstruction and Image Display ........................... CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 10 Procedure to install Power Filter Box ..........................HuaRan Isolation Transformer (China only) ..........................Teal Isolation Transformer (ROW Optional - Out of China Configuration)................Appendix C: Selecting System Language CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 11 Appendix D: Modifying the Lateral Laser Position Appendix E: Modifying the Image Rotation Angle Appendix F: Setting the Console Power Management for UPS Option Appendix G: Power Supply Troubleshooting CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 12: Introduction

    This manual defines the installation procedures applied to the MX 4000/6000 Dual and MX 4000 CT system. Ensure that all steps described in the Pre-installation Manual are completed before system installation. Only certified Philips CT Engineers and authorized distributors shall install the MX 4000/6000 Dual and MX 4000 CT scanner.
  • Page 13: Implementation Order And Time Table

    1 Log on to http://incenter.medical.philips.com/Default.aspx?tabid=43&PTLLObjId=356730. NOTE InCenter requires log in with User ID (your email— firstname.lastname@philips.com) and password (IST password). 2 Under Tools and Resources (right side of the screen), click Planning Reference Data. 3 On the Homepage PRD, click Current Products | 728 Computed Tomograph | Commercial Catalogue | MX 4000/6000.
  • Page 14: Implementation

    Half a day Preparing system for clinical operation 1 day *Some times estimates assume two people and/or no seismic requirements for installation of the system. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 15: Packing List

    700 x 640 x 1200 (Optional China only) 23.6 x 17.7 x 33.5 27.6 x 25.2 x 47.2 37 kVA Teal Isolation Transformer 516x552x712 (Optional) 20.3x21.7x28 CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 16: Shipping Case Contents

    Shipping Case Contents Item #1 Gantry - Contents Gantry Item #2 Patient Table - Contents Patient Table Patient Table Cushion Connection Piece ASSY Gantry Mylar CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 17 Patient Table Anchoring Bolts - M12x110 Extended board to cradle (optional) Gantry Anchoring Bolts - M14x123 Water phantom support Operator table box FSE toolbox Warning Label Assy CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 18: Unpacking & Transporting System Units

    MX4000/6000 Dual and MX4000 Single System Installation Instructions Unpacking & Transporting System Units Unpacking & Transporting System Units Careful unpacking and transporting of the system units will help to prevent damage to the equipment and make installation easier. This chapter provides instructions to unpack and transport the following units, in the order listed:...
  • Page 19: Gantry

    Temperature in °C (°F) -30°C ~ +55°C (-22°F ~ 131°F) Gradient Temperature in °C (°F) /hour 5°C (-41°F) Humidity in% (non-condensing) 10%—90%, non-condensing Atmosphere pressure: 50Kpa~106Kpa CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 20: Unloading The Gantry

    If there is an incline exceeding 5 or if there are steps on the aisle, the Gantry must be unloaded with its packing box onto the aisle or steps. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 21: Unpacking The Gantry

    2 Release the clamps from all four sides and lower them carefully. 3 Remove the anti-static wrapping covering the Gantry. Figure 2: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 22: Releasing The Gantry From The Pallet

    3 Use a 23mm crescent wrench or open wrench to release the four screws that secure the shipping bracket to the Gantry. Shipping bracket Gantry secure screw Figure 3: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 23: Attaching The Transport Dollies

    MX4000/6000 Dual and MX4000 Single System Installation Instructions Unpacking & Transporting System Units NOTE Verify that the transportation adapter is installed, before you install the Gantry dollies 1 Attach all four transport dollies (see Figure 4) to both sides of the Gantry and fasten with the securing bolt.
  • Page 24 MX4000/6000 Dual and MX4000 Single System Installation Instructions Unpacking & Transporting System Units Turn hand wheel: Clockwise - raise Gantry • Counter-clockwise - • lower Gantry Figure 5: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved...
  • Page 25: Transporting The Gantry

    — The transport path must be smooth and level due to the required minimal floor clearance of the Gantry. NOTE NOTE Appendix A: Using the Floor Template to Drill Gantry Anchor Holes refer to the PRD documents for necessary information. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 26: Transporting The Gantry Through Doors And Hallways

    Transporting the Gantry through Doors and Hallways Door Height Requirements The Gantry will fit through a standard 2000 mm door height with dolly assembly provided by Philips. NOTE The casters have hard plastic wheels. Tiled floors should be protected with 6 mm thick tempered masonite panels or an equivalent hard material.
  • Page 27: Transporting The Gantry Through Minimum Width Clearance

    By following this procedure, you will save time when aligning the front cover during replacement. The Gantry Front Cover is supported by two gas struts, one on each side (see Figure Figure 6: Gas Struts Figure 7: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 28 Replace the front cover, after you have transported the Gantry to its final position. NOTE There should be no need for any further adjustment if cover removal was performed according to the procedure. Figure 8: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 29: The Patient Table

    Figure 9: Patient Table Unpacking 3. Put the Top Cover of Patient Table Package in front of the Patient Table (see Figure 10). CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 30 Figure 10: Position the Package Top Cover 4. Remove the anti-static wrapping. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 31 8. While the Patient Table is still on the shipping pallet, release the strap that secures the Patient Table Connection Piece and carefully remove it. Mylar Box Connection Piece Bottom Cover Figure 11: Bottom Cover Removal CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 32 Figure 12: Shipping bolts 10. Remove the Metal plate from the Patient Table front bottom (see Figure 13). Front Metal Plate Figure 13: Remove the metal plate CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 33 15), keep these items for later use. Figure 15: Reinstall Figure 14: Remove washers b. Use the handles to move the Patient Table transport wheels to the minimum height. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 34 MX4000/6000 Dual and MX4000 Single System Installation Instructions Unpacking & Transporting System Units CAUTION Make sure not to raise the pedestals too much, so that they do not release from the Patient Table Transport Wheels. c. Join the transportation wheels to the Patient Table: Line up the hole (A) with the screw (B) in Patient Table Base...
  • Page 35 MX4000/6000 Dual and MX4000 Single System Installation Instructions Unpacking & Transporting System Units Figure 19: Figure 18: Secure the Transport Wheel d. Repeat this same procedure for both ends of the Patient Table. e. Close the Patient Table pedestals. NOTE If you encounter resistance when turning the dolly screw, lubricate the screw with grease to enable easy rotation.
  • Page 36 MX4000/6000 Dual and MX4000 Single System Installation Instructions Unpacking & Transporting System Units Figure 20: Transport the Patient Table WARNING CRUSH HAZARD: Minimize the clearance between the Patient Table and the floor when transporting. This will prevent the possibility of Patient Table rollover.
  • Page 37: Workspace And Accessories

    1 Release the clamps that secure the packing crate top and carefully remove it (see Figure 21). 2 Remove all cartons inside the crate(see Figure 22). Figure 21: Figure 22: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 38: Power Filter Box Or Isolation Transformer

    Power Filter Box or Isolation Transformer Philips supplies Power Filter Box for PRODUCT FAMILY (for out of China). Philips supplies two types of Isolation Transformers for the PRODUCT FAMILY: HuaRun Isolation Transformer (for China only): Optional Teal Isolation Transformer (for sites world-wide): Optional Refer to the OEM/manufacturer’s documents for additional information.
  • Page 39: Positioning System Components

    Release the Allen screw that secures the red bracket to the tilt mechanism. c Store the red bracket and screws for further use. d Repeat the procedure on the Gantry Right Column (see Figure 24). CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 40: Positioning The Gantry

    To access the holes for anchoring in the Gantry frame it is necessary to remove the base panels from both the front and rear of the Gantry as follows: 1 Supply 220V to the input of power supply G102. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 41: Positioning The Patient Table

    3 Put the insulation cover on the anchor bolt, and screw the nuts on the bolts (do not tighten) (see Figure 27). 4 Do not remove the transport dollies; they may be required for final levelling. NOTE CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 42 Insultation Cover Patient Table Alignment Figure 27: Transporting the Patient Table Figure 26: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 43 6 Put both of the service brackets in the Patient Table. Service Bracket installed Figure 29: They will be required for repair and replacement or maintenance procedures in the future. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 44: Positioning The Connection Piece

    1 Secure the Connection Piece to the Patient Table using the secure screws of the Transport wheels. To Gantry To Patient Table Step1: Secure to Patient Table Figure 30: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 45: Positioning The Operating Console

    For positioning the Operating Console (Table and Computer Rack), refer to the system layout drawings in the PRD. Figure 31 shows the Operating Console fully assembled. Monitor CT-Box Mouse Keyboard Computer Rack Operating Console Figure 31: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 46: Operator's Table

    There are two holes in the cover board for routing of monitor, keyboard, mouse, and CT Box cables. Select the hole for routing according to the operator’s position while viewing the Gantry room. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 47: Assembly Steps

    (see detail in Figure 34). Connector bar and round fastener Figure 34: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 48 36). Figure 35: Figure 36: 3 Connect the second lateral board in the same manner as in Step 2 (see Figure 37). Figure 37: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 49 Ensure that the connection between boards is tight and firm. Figure 38: 6 Turn over the table. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 50: Computer Rack

    Removing the Computer Rack Front Door 1 Use a Phillips screw driver to release the GND wire screw on the Rack (see Figure 39). Release screw Figure 39: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 51 3 Slide down the bolt that locks the hinge into the Computer Rack (see Detail B in Figure 40) and release the door (see Figure 41). Bolt Hinge Lock Detail A Detail B Figure 40: Figure 41: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 52 3 Straighten the door and slide up the bolt that locks the hinge into hole at the top right-hand side of the Computer Rack (see Figure 43). Figure 43: Figure 42: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 53 4 Connect the GND wire to the Computer Rack (see Figure 44). 5 Slide the plastic hinge lock up to secure the upper hinge (see Figure 45). Figure 44: Figure 45: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 54 This procedure has two main steps: Reversing the Handle Lock Revering the Lock Bolt Reversing the Handle Lock 1 Use a Philips screwdriver to remove the cover on the handle lock (see Figure 46). 2 Detach the handle lock from the door (see Figure 47).
  • Page 55 3 Assembly the handle lock on the door in the reverse direction (see Figure 48). 4 Secure the handle lock cover with the two Philips screws (see Figure 49). Figure 48: Figure 49: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved...
  • Page 56 Revering the Lock Bolt 1 Use a Philips screwdriver to release the screw that secures the bolt. (see Figure 50). 2 There are two components for the lock bolt, a bolt and a washer (see Figure 51): a Rotate the washer clockwise by 90°.
  • Page 57 3 Tighten the screw that secures the lock bolt (see Figure 52). Figure 53 shows the Computer Rack with right-hand door orientation. Figure 52: Figure 53: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 58: Installing The System

    MX4000/6000 Dual and MX4000 Single System Installation Instructions Installing the System Installing the System This section contains instructions for the electrical connections to the main system components: Cable Connection Overview Installing the Power Distributor (Power Supply Devices and/or Power Protector)
  • Page 59: Cable Connection Overview

    X-ray ON Lamp X2-6108 Interface Power Emergency X1-6108 Cont. X110 Door Interlock P.C. Dell T3500 Computer Rack Monitor Keyboard Mouse CT-Box Hospital Workspace (DICOM) Figure 54: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 60: Routing The System Cables

    Routing the External System Cables The following table lists the cable routed to external destinations. Table 4 - 1: From Cable Isolation Transforme/Power Filter Box CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 61: Installing The Power Distributor (power Supply Devices And/or Power Protector)

    China only and out of China configurations. NOTE The Philips Service Engineer is only authorized to connect the power cable to the Gantry Right Column. WARNING DO NOT TURN ON POWER TO THE SYSTEM AT THIS TIME.
  • Page 62: Connecting The Gantry

    Routing the Signal and Power Cables Signal and Power cable routing is performed from the rear of the Gantry as shown in Figure Figure 5: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 63 5 Pass the signal cable through the left column conduit (see Figure 6 Figure 7) and connect the cables as instructed in section Connecting the Gantry Left Column. Cable conduit Figure 6: Figure 7: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 64: Connecting The Gantry Right Column

    POSITION, AND THE MAIN TRANSFORMER ON/OFF SWITCH IS OFF. 1 Connect input power to Terminal X101 as shown in Figure L1 L2 L3 N Figure 8: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 65: Door Interlock And X-ray Lamp On Connections

    Connect the door interlock and X-ray ON lamp cables to the contacts as shown in Figure Door Interlock and X-ray ON Lamp Connection Figure 9: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 66: Connecting The Gantry Left Column

    Connector X2-6018 W125 CT-Box Computer Rack for communication Connector X110 W119 LAN with Host Computer W124 W125 W119 Gantry Left Column Connections Figure 5: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 67: Connecting The Patient Table

    3 Connect the cables to the Patient Table (facing the Gantry) as shown in Figure 6 Table 5 on page 57. Speaker X321 Power X301 X311 Patient Table Connection Piece Figure 6: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 68: Connecting The Operating Station

    Connecting the CT -Box Route cable W402 from the CT-Box Interface Board (Computer Rack) and connect it to the CT-Box as shown in Figure CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 69: Connecting The Monitor

    Assemble the monitor according to the steps illustrated below. Assemble Monitor to Base, connect VGA Rotate the Monitor to expose the connection panel Figure 8: Figure 9: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 70: Connecting The Computer Rack

    UPS option without UPS option NOTE The Out of China Configuration includes a protective metal plate to prevent operator’s access to the electrical components. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 71 Computer Rack. Open the rear cover of the Computer Rack and remove it to enable access to the internal components. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 72 Multi-outlet (In China) Switch Power CT-Box Interface Host Computer UPS (option) Power Inlet Cable outlet Rear of Computer Rack Figure 13: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 73: Connecting Power To The Computer Rack

    Multi-Outlet connects to the UPS power input. The output of UPS is then connected to the monitor and Host computer. The Switched Power Supply receives power directly from the multi-outlet. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 74: Connecting Power Cables To The Multi-outlet

    Power Supply switch power power (+5,±12V) to Monitor to Monitor (+5,±12V) Multi Outlet Out of China Multi Outlet for China Figure 15: Figure 16: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 75 Mouse and KB with a USB connector can be used. If so, connect them to the USB ports. NOTE The system adapts to 110-220V. NOTE After power-up, verify correct LAN connection via LED indicators on LAN jack. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 76 — Cable W406 for CT-Box Interface Board to the +12, +5VDC connectors — Power cable +12VDC for the Hub to the +12VDC connector (+V and COM) Figure 18: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 77 P.S. from Rack Switch Power (arrives connected) W402 (I401) To CT-Box W124 (X2-6017) Gantry Left Column W125 (X3-6017) X4 Audio IN Audio IN PC Computer CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 78: Connecting The Ups (option)

    This procedure provides instruction for UPS (Row Export Configuration) installation and setting. NOTE UPS (Normal Configuration) instruction will be supplied in next version. Tools Standard FSE service toolkit CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 79: Ups Package Contents

    Serial interface cable (this part is not used) USB Interface cable Power Cable Connector (this part is not used) MX4000_6000 Dual and MX4000 Workspace Repari and Replace manual CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved...
  • Page 80: Installing The Ups

    Installing the UPS 1 Remove Rack Left cover. 2 Remove the Rack Back cover Rack Front and Back UPS Covers Figure 6: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 81 3 Insert the UPS into the left side of the Rack until it touches the Rack’s Back Cover. 4 Connect the power cables that connect to the Monitor and Computer. The power cords for UPS power in use UPS accessory. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 82 8 Press the Test button to start UPS. Test 9 Setup the Console Power Management (see Setting the Console Power Management for UPS Option UPS Test Button Figure 10: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 83: Final Steps

    Lock the wheels with the levers to minimize Computer Rack movement that can cause damage to the computer’s hard disk (see Figure 11). Figure 11: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 84: Changing The Warning Labels

    Label Both sides Don’t grasp of Patient Laser Warning hands Labels Table Both sides beside Mylar Ring Laser on Gantry Warning Label Figure 13: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 85 Description each language Both sides Do not grasp of Patient hands Table Figure 15: Both sides Don’t grasp of Patient feet Table Figure 16: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 86 Language List Table 7: Czechoslovak/ German/Germany Portuguese/Brazil Spanish/Spain Czechoslovakia English/U.S. Chinese/China Italian/Italy Polish/Poland CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 87: Pre-start-up Procedures

    MX4000/6000 Dual and MX4000 Single System Installation Instructions Pre-start-up Procedures Pre-start-up Procedures This chapter describes the following activities required for system startup: System Power Up Opening the Gantry Front and Rear Covers Checking the Protective (GND) Covers Ensuring Air-conditioning Readiness...
  • Page 88: System Power Up

    Electrical Hazard! Before switching power of your system ON, make sure that it is wired appropriately to your country’s power supply. WARNING DO NOT POWER UP THE GANTRY (LEAVE BREAKERS OFF). CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 89 18). If a different condition exists (red lights), refer to Appendix G: Power Supply Troubleshooting. Monitor LED Power Mains switch Figure 17: Power Supply Indicator Figure 18: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 90 Direct Current—QF 103 b Couch Power—QF 104 c Gantry Power—QF 105 d H.V. Power—QF 102 6 Turn ON the Host Computer. Branch Power Switches Figure 20: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 91: Opening The Gantry Front And Rear Covers

    4 Release the two screws on each side of the Gantry located at the lower edge of the front cover (see Figure 23). 5 Carefully open the front cover. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 92 2 Lift the rear cover so the upper pins clear the Gantry frame; remove the Rear Cover (see Figure 25 Figure 26). Figure 24: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 93 Pins go here Pins in Gantry Rear Cover Figure 25: Figure 26: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 94: Checking The Protective (gnd) Covers

    Rotor Rack GND Measurement On-site Device Rack Door X201 GND Point A Point B Patient Table X301 GND GND Check Block Diagram Figure 27: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 95: Gantry Gnd Check

    ENSURE POWER IS OFF TO THE SYSTEM. Gantry GND Check Gantry Stationary 1 Check X201 GND on the Gantry Right Column. GND Check Point No. 1—Gantry Right Column Figure 28: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 96: Gantry Rotor Frame

    Gantry Rotor Frame 2 Check the GND on the Gantry Rotor frame. GND Check Point No. 2—Gantry Rotor Frame Figure 29: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 97: Computer Rack

    GND Check Point No. 3—Computer Rack Door Figure 30: 4 Check the GND on the Computer Rack (in the rear). GND Check Point No. 4—Computer Rack Figure 31: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 98: Patient Table

    Figure 32: Ensuring Air-conditioning Readiness Ensure that the air-conditioner power supply is connected and tested before the system start-up. Refer to the Philips PRD for scanner room temperature specifications. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved...
  • Page 99: Checking Manual Rotation And Tilt

    5 Switch the Manual or Automatic Selector to Tilt Direction (automatic). Selector 6 Turn OFF the Gantry power ON/OFF switch. Manual Rotation Knob Figure 33: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 100: System Leveling And Anchoring

    MX4000/6000 Dual and MX4000 Single System Installation Instructions System Leveling and Anchoring System Leveling and Anchoring 1 Turn ON the Gantry Power ON/OFF switch. 2 Manually tilt the Gantry slightly so you can easily see the anchor holes. 3 Turn OFF the Gantry Power ON/OFF switch.
  • Page 101: Gantry

    Do not attempt to level the Gantry until all four of the anchor bolts are installed. The Gantry should still be on the transport dollies, but lowered to the floor. Follow the instructions below to level the Gantry. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 102 2 If both left and right columns are not leveled, refer to section Adding Shims. 3 Make sure that the gantry is level in front, right and back colums. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 103: Adding Shims

    Removing the Transport Dollies 1 If the Gantry is level and the columns are parallel, remove the transport dollies and the transport dollies’ adapters. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 104: Patient Table

    2 If leveling adjustment is necessary, use the shim to fill the gap and level the Patient Table over the drill holes in the desired direction. 3 Do not anchor the Patient Table at this time. Final anchoring is performed in Section Final Patient Table Alignment Anchoring. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 105: Verifying And/or Installing The License Keys

    MX4000/6000 Dual and MX4000 Single System Installation Instructions Verifying and/or Installing the License Keys Verifying and/or Installing the License Keys Option License Key The Option License Key is installed during production before delivery of the system. The purpose of this procedure is 1 Double-click the application icon.
  • Page 106 Option Key code label location Option Key code label location Option License Label ROW Configuration Option License Label China Configuration Figure 43: Figure 44: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 107: Service License Key

    1 From the Setting menu, click System Setting; the System Setting dialog opens. 2 In the Other Parameters Setting area (right side of the window), enter the Hospital Name (see Figure 45). Figure 45: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 108: License Key Expiration

    3 At the bottom of the Other Parameters Setting area (right side of the window) (see Figure 46), click No Expired Password. 4 Click Confirm, Yes, and then click Confirm. Figure 46: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 109: First Time System Operation

    This chapter describes the first time operation and initial system verification of the system. This chapter describes the following: Closing Duct Covers Closing Gantry Covers Ensuring Safety Measures CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 110: Closing Duct Covers

    2 Insert and tighten the screws at both ends of the base panel. 3 Repeat for the cover at the rear of the Gantry. Screw Figure 47: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 111: Gantry Rear Cover

    2 Secure the socket-head cap screws on each side of the Gantry located at the lower edge of the rear cover (see Figure 50). Figure 50: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 112: Gantry Front Cover

    Position of the joint on Mylar at 45 degrees so it will not cover the detector during a surview. 4 Secure the socket-head cap screws at the base of the cover from both sides (see Figure 52). Figure 51: Figure 52: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 113: Gantry Side Covers

    3 If necessary, adjust the cover positioning with reference to the front and rear covers by releasing or tightening the securing adapters on the Gantry frame. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 114: Position The Connection Piece Cover

    Once the Patient Table and Gantry are in place, install the Connection Piece cover between the Gantry and the Patient Table. Install the Connection Piece Cover (see Figure 54), and secure the Cover with the screw. Connection Piece Cover Figure 54: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 115: Ensuring Safety Measures

    The rear cover of the Gantry is closed All radiation protection measures have been taken The CT site has been cleaned No one is in the scanner room CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 116: Checking The Emergency Shutdown Buttons

    2 Air being pushed out of the Gantry indicates proper functioning of the fans. Checking Movement from the Gantry Panel Use the following procedure to check movements from the Gantry panel. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 117 The LEDs in the Gantry panel are ON only when the corresponding movement is enabled. If the LED is OFF, the movement is disabled due to the safety envelope. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 118: Checking Movement From The Ct-box

    8 If necessary, move the Patient Table until the phantom is in the center of the scan circle. 9 Tighten the four anchoring screws of the Patient Table. Anchor the Patient Table as follows: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 119: Final Patient Table Checks

    TEST MAKE SURE THAT NO POSSIBLE CONTACT OF SERVICE PERSON WITH THE SYSTEM. improper OPERATion of THE SYSTEM can CAUSE INJURY serious TO SERVICE PERSONnel. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 120: Gantry Tilt Angle Graph

    Gantry Tilt Angle Graph Figure 55: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 121: Closing Patient Table Covers

    2 Attach the front plinth cover with the two screws (see Figure 57). Screw Front plinth cover Screw Plinth Cover Figure 56: Figure 57: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 122: Acceptance Test

    • The DAS has been ON for at least four hours 3 Perform the Acceptance Test as instructed in the PRODUCT FAMILY Performance Manual. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 123: Gantry Balance Check

    If the result is less than 10% of the Upper Limit value, it is not necessary to perform the Rotor Balancing procedure. Data Analysis Graph Figure 58: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 124: Record X-ray Exposure Times

    2 Click No. exposures. 3 Record the number in system installation report that appears in the test information box. System Exposure Times Record Figure 59: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 125: Network Installation And Configuration

    Network Installation and Configuration Network Installation and Configuration For network installation instructions, refer to the MX4000/6000 Network Installation and Configuration manual. Setting the Date and Time Properties 1 Double-click on the clock in the system tray (bottom right-hand corner of the Desktop) to open the Date / Time Properties dialog.
  • Page 126: Performing Backup

    Click Yes to confirm the backup. 7 When the backup is complete, click OK and then Exit to close the Backup application. Figure 60: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 127: Dell Service Tag Transfer

    2 Fill out the electronic form as follows: a In the Original Owner Information section, type the following: Original Owner: Philips and Neusoft Medical Systems Co. Ltd. E-mail Address: Person who performs tag transfer Dell Service tag Figure 61:...
  • Page 128: Delivery And Installation Report

    Your local service office PMG Haifa CT Service Engineering at: helpdesk.ct.haifa@philips.com Send a printed report to fax ++972-4-831-0530. Download the Delivery and Installation Report from CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 129: Appendix A: Using The Floor Template To Drill Gantry Anchor Holes

    Mylar floor template Marking tool, center punch Vacuum cleaner Marking pen Electric hammer drill 16X200 mm drill bit 18X200 mm drill bit Set of standard tools CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 130: Positioning The Floor Template

    NOTE Make sure that the floor template is flat on the floor surface before marking the holes. Perforated Cross in Mylar Figure 62: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 131 — Crosses marked A5–A8 indicate the Patient Table alignment points. Use these for correct positioning of the Patient Table. — Crosses marked C9–C12 indicate the Patient Table anchor points. 5 Remove the Gantry and Patient table floor template. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 132: Drilling The Gantry And Patient Table Anchor Holes

    Vacuum the dust from inside the holes and from the surrounding area. The holes and surrounding area must be as free of concrete dust as possible. CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 133: Installing The Concrete Floor Anchors

    Both the Gantry and the Patient Support must be securely anchored to the floor with bolts. NOTE The installation materials included with the MX 6000 / MX4000 system are for anchoring the Gantry to a floor made of concrete. To anchor to other types of floors, purchase the appropriate installation materials locally.
  • Page 134: Appendix B: Installing The Power Filter Box Or Isolation Transformer

    Only a licensed electrician authorized by the customer may perform line power device installation. The Philips FSE is not authorized to install line power devices. The Philips Service Engineer is only authorized to connect the power cable to the Gantry Right Column.
  • Page 135: Power Filter Box (row - Out Of China Configuration)

    MX4000/6000 Dual and MX4000 Single System Installation Instructions Installing the Power Filter Box or Isolation Transformer Power Filter Box (ROW - Out of China Configuration) NOTE Connect the main power input cable to an electrical outlet wall cabinet; an air switch should also be installed in the wall-mounted cabinet.
  • Page 136: Procedure To Install Power Filter Box

    5 Remove the two screws on the Front Cover, push locks and remove the Front Cover. 6 Connect the cables (see Figure 69 Figure 70). CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 137 Output to Gantry Output to Console Figure 70: Figure 69: NOTE Make sure the PE cable is connected on Power Filter Box Front Cover (see Figure CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 138: Huaran Isolation Transformer (china Only)

    Air Breaker Power Power output input Front View Rear View— In Detail Figure 71: Rear View Figure 73: Figure 72: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 139: Teal Isolation Transformer (row Optional - Out Of China Configuration)

    56A cont, 152A(I) Console Output Voltage 220VAC Console Output Current 9A (2kVA) Impedance <0.06. L-N at 60Hz Load Regulation <2.5% Efficiency >97% Figure 74: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 140: Appendix C: Selecting System Language

    4 Click LanguageSetting; the LanguagesSetting dialog opens. 5 Select the language setting from the drop-down list and click OK (see Figure 76). The LanguageSetting Dialog Box Figure 76: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 141 System setting dialog, select either left or right side for laser marker location. 5 Click Confirm and then click Exit. Laser Location Area Figure 78: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 142 Adjust angle for imaging type in a value in the angle field under the slider. 7 Click Confirm and then click Exit. Figure 79: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 143 7 Select all items as Never in the Settings for Home/ Office Desk Power Schemes box and click Apply (see Figure 80). Figure 80: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 144 13 Select both options: Sound alarm and Display message. Click OK. 14 Click Alarm Action in the Critical Battery alarm box. The Low Battery Alarm Action dialog box opens. Figure 81: CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 145 CSIP Level 0 © 2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V All Rights Reserved Refer to Front Cover...
  • Page 146 MX4000/6000 Dual and MX4000 Single System Installation Instructions Power Supply Troubleshooting Appendix G: Power Supply Troubleshooting Table F - 2 explains the LED indicator states for the ABB CM-PVS Power Supply Monitor (see Figure 83). The ABB CM-PVS is a three-phase monitor that is able to monitor the following:...

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