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Description

SOMATOM Definition AS CT

Installation Instructions System Installation Instructions for SOMATOM Definition AS

This document is valid for: SOMATOM Definition AS with 20/40/64/128 slice configuration SOMATOM Definition AS Mobile CT © Siemens,

© Siemens,

Any document in electronic form may be printed once

Copy and distribution of electronic documents and hardcopies is prohibited

Offenders will be liable for damages

All other rights are reserved

Print No

02 C2-029

English Doc

Date: 11

Copyright / Version / Disclaimer

1Copyright / Version / Disclaimer

Copyright “© Siemens,

- Germany,

Siemens Shenzhen Magnetic Resonance Ltd

- China,

Siemens Shanghai Medical Equipment Ltd

- China,

Siemens Medical Solutions USA Inc

Document Version Siemens reserves the right to change its products and services at any time

In addition,

manuals are subject to change without notice

The hardcopy documents correspond to the version at the time of system delivery and/or printout

Versions to hardcopy documentation are not automatically distributed

Please contact your local Siemens office to order current version or refer to our website http://www

Disclaimer Siemens provides this documentation “as is“ without the assumption of any liability under any theory of law

The installation and service of equipment described herein requires superior understanding of our equipment and may only be performed by qualified personnel who are specially trained for such installation and/or service

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Table of Contents

0Table of Contents

Preliminary steps for the customer

General preliminary steps

Auxiliary transport tool

Abbreviations

8 8 8 8 9

Anchoring and packaging types

Working with heavy loads

Electrostatic discharge (ESD)

Protection against electrical accidents

Information regarding radiation protection

Persons and tools required to set up the components

Weights and dimensions

Personnel

Service tools and equipment

Earthquake safety

Unpacking the PDC

In earthquake-prone areas

In all other areas

Installing the UPS

Definition AS Mobile CT

Weights and dimensions

- IRSmx2b

Weights and dimensions

- IRSmx2c

Weights and dimensions

- IRSmx3b

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Table of Contents Weights and dimensions

- IRSmx3c

Weights and dimensions

- IRSmx3d

Personnel

Service tools and equipment

Transporting

Weights and dimensions

Personnel

Tools and auxiliary materials

Earthquake safety

Unpacking the gantry

Removing the covers

In earthquake-prone areas

In all other areas

Removing the gantry transport frame

Removing the transport safety devices

Z-Laser Preparation (only for Definition AS with RTP)

Weights and dimensions

Personnel

Tools required for installing the PHS-1B

Drilling the Holes for Floor Mounting

Positioning the PHS (Patient Table)

Leveling the PHS-1B

Installing the Cable Trench and Cable Cover between the Gantry and PHS

Cable Routing below the Flooring without the Cable Trench

Establishing Electrical Connections

Installing the PHS Covers

Installing the Center Cover and Back Basin

Installing the Base Cover,

Bottom Arc Sheet and Electronics Cover

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Table of Contents

Weights and dimensions

Installing the support brackets for the covers

Installing the upper cover

Attaching the covers for the hydraulic cylinder

Installing the electronics cover

Definition AS Mobile CT

Weights and dimensions

Personnel

Tools and auxiliary materials

Unpacking the patient table

Weights and dimensions

Personnel

Tools and auxiliary materials

Unpacking the ICS/CTAWP and control box

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Table of Contents

Personnel

Tools and auxiliary materials

Cable designations

Cable routing

Bending radius

List of fix points

Cabling details for the Gantry

Cabling details for the PHS2/3

Cabling details for the PDC

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General information

Introduction

1General information

This document describes all steps necessary to install the Somatom Definition AS CT system

Every system is subjected to extensive testing and adjustment at the factory in accordance with prescribed technical conditions and tolerances

It is delivered in the respective customer-specific configuration

All additional adjustments required are described in this document

© Siemens,

The packaging of each component includes a label which represents the temperature gradient

It is mandatory that you read and adhere to the information on this label

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General information

Preliminary steps for the installation

Preliminary steps for the customer

To guarantee the correct installation,

ensure that all preliminary work specified in the Planning Guide has been performed Detailed information regarding room preparation,

and other requirements for the installation are presented in the following document: Document name

Print number

Planning Guide (PG) Definition AS

English version Planning Guide (PG) Mobile CT

English version The current version of this document is available only via the Siemens Intranet

The document may be viewed on the CS home page: https://intranet

com/cs The on-site project manager is responsible for all room and system-related preparations

The following prerequisites have to be met:

• Room construction has been completed and the room has been cleaned

• Power and cold water connections are available

• The internal resistance of the on-site power supply corresponds to the requirements in the planning guide

• The radiation protection equipment has been installed and is fully functional (walls,

• The transport route for the system is known and there are no obstructions (dimensions,

General preliminary steps

• Only the preliminary steps listed in the Planning Guide are required

Auxiliary transport tool

• If the gantry has to be moved in via crane,

ensure that a crossbeam with an asymmetric or adjustable center of gravity is used

• The transport frame for the Gantry has to be available

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General information NOTE

Depending on the country-specific regulations,

it may have to be ordered separately prior to system delivery

Part Number: 10358000

CS ML (Service Tools)

Auxiliary tools for moving heavy loads (e

Abbreviations

Abbreviations

Description

Computed Tomography System

Electrostatic Sensitive Device

High Voltage

Hardware

Software

Image Control System (Navigator/syngo Acquisition Workplace)

Image Evaluation System (Wizard/syngo CT Workplace)

Image Measurement System

Image Reconstruction System

Local Area Network

Personal Computer

Power Distribution

Power Distribution Cabinet

Planning Guide

Patient Handling System

Uninterruptible Power Supply

Acquisition Workplace (Navigator,

Image Control System)

CT Workplace (Wizard,

Image Evaluation System)

Multi Purpose Table

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General information

Anchoring and packaging types NOTE

Adhere to all country-specific requirements and regulations

In some areas (e

the components have to be anchored to the floor

The anchoring materials have to be provided by the on-site project manager

Various packaging types are used depending on the destination,

The table below provides an overview of the various packaging types

Transport type

Type of packaging

Delivered directly from the factory by No wooden crates,

truck (all European countries) pink ESD film over all components Air cargo in special air cargo contain- No wooden crates,

North America) pink ESD film over all components Standard ocean or air cargo packag- All components in wooden crates ing (all other countries) If desired: components additionally protected by waterproof film in the wooden crates (e

tropical countries) Ocean or air cargo for countries with All components in special wooden crates specific quarantine regulations (e

Australia,

New Zealand,

Oceania) The following description regarding the unpacking of components refers to the standard ocean and air cargo packaging

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General information

Documents

The blue "Technical Documentation" binder contains a complete overview regarding documents included in the delivery volume as well as their print numbers

The following documents are included in the delivery volume for the system:

• Technical documentation (blue binder) Contains the installation instructions,

instructions for the acceptance test,

• System Owner Manual Contains customer and system-specific information

• Operator Manual Contains the operating instructions,

• Operator Manual syngo CT Workplace Contains the operating instructions

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General information

Contact address for updating the documentation

This document has been developed on the basis of all of our current knowledge and experience to ensure a correct,

To ensure the best possible quality,

these instructions have been reviewed and released by qualified personnel from the respective work area

Please contact us via the Email address below should you find typographical errors or unclear descriptions,

or if you would like to make concrete suggestions for improvement or provide feedback: Email: [email protected]

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General information

Standard delivery volume Tab

Overview

Component

Description

Gantry and PHS

The gantry is a standalone system

It contains a tube with an integrated HV generator

The gantry is either water cooled or air cooled through a fully integrated heat exchanger

If it is water cooled,

the cold water supply is connected directly to the gantry

The patient table contains telescope bars that are used to adjust the height

The table has to be anchored to the floor

Power Distribution Cabinet (PDC)

Illustration: Gantry and patient table

The PDC cabinet adapts the line voltage and distributes the supply voltages to the individual subsystems

It contains the stationary part of the generator and the Ethernet switches (internal and external)

The UPS is installed in the PDC on-site

The PDC for Mobile CT has a specially constructed base frame and additional bracings

© Siemens,

Illustration: PDC cabinet

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General information Component

Description

Image Reconstruction System

The image reconstruction system reconstructs images from the acquired data

(Computer cabinet)

Image System (IMS) Components

Illustration: IRSmx2 tower

The IMS contains the CTAWP (tower PC),

PC keyboards may be ordered according to country-specific requirements

ICS_PD IES_PD Monitor

is a multiple socket outlet for the ICS or IES IT components and the optional digital video splitter (DVI)

It is attached to the back of the operating console near the ICS or IES

A 19" TFT flat screen color monitor is included in the delivery volume

Additional information and images: Refer to the CT Planning Guide,

CT00-000

Chapter “General Information”

“Monitor” column in the table

Control box

Is a console in addition to the standard keyboard of the IMS and includes all CT-specific operating elements

An intercom for communicating with the patient,

ON/OFF functions,

functional buttons and a radiation indicator are integrated

Router / VPN

Refer to the CT Planning Guide,

CT00-000

Chapter “General Information

” for additional information

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General information

Component

Description

Ethernet switch

Two Ethernet switches are delivered with the CT system:

• internal switch for data transfer between the ICS,

Gantry,

• external switch for data transfer between the Remote IES,

DICOM cameras,

and the network printers The Ethernet switches are installed in the PDC cabinet

© Siemens,

The UPS is included on the standard delivery volume of the CT system

The UPS is installed in the PDC cabinet on-site,

Ethernet switches,

and parts of the control system with power for several minutes in case of power failure or other voltage problems

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General information

Safety information

Please adhere to the safety instructions in the documents (General Safety Notes TD00-000

xx) and (Product-specific Safety Notes (Definition AS) C2-029

Working with heavy loads

Protective clothing has to be worn for your own protection (safety boots,

Put on the protective clothing prior to working on the system

Electrostatic discharge (ESD)

The components are delivered in a pink plastic film

The film protects against dirt and prevents electrostatic discharge

Some system components contain electrostatically-sensitive devices

Keep these components sheathed in plastic until they are required

Wear an ESD arm band if you are going to touch electrical assemblies or parts

Protection against electrical accidents

Switch off the main voltage at the installation location and ensure against accidental switch on:

• until you start up the system • before parts or assemblies are replaced

Beginning with "System Start-Up",

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General information WARNING

Dangerous voltages are present when the system is switched on

Dangerous voltages may be present even when the system is switched off due to capacity power

Risk of electric shock

! ¹ Observe power-off instructions and discharge wait times (allow at least five minutes discharge time after the last scan for all involved HV and UDC/UPS parts)

¹ Secure the system against unintended switch-on (e

block breaker and/or mark breaker against switch on)

¹ Ensure via measurements that all voltages are switched off

¹ Connect the stationary and rotating parts of the gantry to a protective conductor prior to working in the gantry

Information regarding radiation protection

Radiation can be released during the steps described under "System Start-up

All necessary radiation protection means should be in place prior to releasing radiation

All persons participating in system start-up have to wear a dosimeter to record radiation exposure

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General information

Persons and tools required to set up the components

Please note that four people are required to transport the gantry

Refer also to (Personnel / p

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General information

Time required

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General information

Definition AS

The SOMATOM Definition AS is also developed for installation and integration into a trailer

The mobile CT system consists of a standard Definition AS System with a “mobile CT option”

The mobile CT is always delivered with a water-cooled gantry and a PHS2 patient table

Contents of the mobile CT option:

• Gantry tilt fixture • PHS fixture • Mobile PDC cabinet

Mobile CT overview (example)

Patient table PHS2

ICS / CTAWP

IES / CTWP or MMWP (optional)

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General information

General information for mobile CT

A precise horizontal alignment of the trailer is necessary before installing the mobile CT

The trailer must be securely resting on the ground on its telescopic supports

For more information refer to the Mobile CT Planning Guide CT02-029

The final installation of the SOMATOM Definition AS and CT Mobile option should begin only when the mobile coach has been prepared according to the specifications

Planning and projecting the mobile CT must always be done according to the planning information described in the Mobile CT PG and the Definition AS system PG,

The special mobile CT related information is described in the Mobile CT PG

CT related information is described in Definition AS system PG

The trailer manufacturers normally install the CT system themselves (after their personnel have received the necessary training)

If preferred,

the trailer manufacturer could use Hegele to install the system

The infrastructure and the site preparation (e

) has to be finished prior to system arrival

the actual data/information and planning guides have to be used

! It is in the responsibility of the project manager to check the intranet for the latest version of the documents

Safety information for mobile CT NOTE

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All Siemens Medical Healthcare components have to be securely mounted

None of the components may move during transportation/travel of the trailer

The mobile manufacturer has to adequately secure the (e

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General information

General Information for Definition AS with RTP

The list below is a procedure overview for RTP installation only

Some parts are described in the startup instructions

Overview of installation and startup steps: 1

Gantry preparation 2

Gantry alignment 3

Z-laser preparation 4

PHS preparation 5

PHS alignment 6

Complete installation 7

Startup system 8

Horizontal PHS movement 9

PHS fine adjustment 10

Gantry fine adjustment 11

RTP phantom check 12

Gantry laser adjustment

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General information

Weights and dimensions

Weight in kg

Dimensions (L/W/H) in mm

Personnel

One person is required for this work step

Service tools and equipment

Tools and auxiliary materials

Pry bar (ocean and air cargo)

Opening the transport crates

Vacuum cleaner

In areas prone to earthquakes only

Hammer drill

In areas prone to earthquakes only

Various drills

In areas prone to earthquakes only

Forklift

Transport

Standard tool kit

Earthquake safety NOTE

Adhere to all country-specific requirements and regulations

In some areas (e

the PDC has to be anchored to the floor

The anchoring materials have to be provided by the on-site project manager

© Siemens,

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Unpacking the PDC

Position the transport crate outside the examination room

Remove all nails and fasteners with the nail puller

Remove the top and sides of the wooden crate

Checking for transport damage

After removing the transport crate,

examine the PDC for transport damage

SOMATOM Definition AS

In case of transport damage,

inform the local project manager immediately

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Transporting

Using a forklift,

move the PDC near its final installation location

The center of the gravity of the PDC is located at the upper area of the cabinet

It may tip while being transported with a forklift

Removing the PDC from the pallet

Remove 2 screws each in back and in front used to attach the crossbeams to the pallet

The crossbeams of the transport pallet can now be removed

Remove the four white metal covers to the right and left,

or in front and in back at the bottom

Remove the four screws at the lower four corners that are securing the PDC to the pallet

For additional steps,

please follow the instructions included with the PDC

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10: Step 6

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Installing the PDC at its final location NOTE

Prior to finalizing the location of the PDC,

please check that you have finished routing all cables through the cabinet that will subsequently no longer be accessible

For the installation location,

refer to the project plan or ask the on-site project manager

Prior to positioning the PDC in its final installation location,

install all covers that will not be accessible once the cabinet is correctly positioned

For example,

if it is to be positioned in the left corner of the room,

install the left and back covers prior to the final installation

Cabinet

In earthquake-prone areas NOTE

There is a drilling template in the PDC

Remove the drilling template from the PDC after installation

Don't position the drilling template directly at the wall

Always keep a 1 cm distance between the drilling template and the wall

Position the drilling template on the floor at the final installation location

Drill the holes in accordance with the template and remove the dust with the vacuum cleaner

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Ensure that the holes extend deep enough into the concrete and not just into the floor covering

Remove the drilling template

Position the PDC at its final location

Secure the PDC at its final installation location using the anchoring materials provided

Open the PDC

Remove the cover for the high-voltage connections (Fig

- PDC Pos

Cover of HV connection

Mounting screws

In all other areas

Lift the PDC with a forklift and position it at its final installation location

Open the PDC

Remove the cover for the high-voltage connections (Fig

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Installing the UPS

13: UPS

UPS with accumulator pack

UPS type GXT2

• Install the UPS using the installation instructions included with the UPS

Subsequently,

• Position the jumper as shown in the picture (Fig

• Switch the breakers to position “1”

• Connect the UPS network interface to the internal switch in the PDC

UPS type GXT3

• Install the UPS and connect it in the PDC

• Position the plug as shown in the picture

Close cover again after plugging

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Switch the input and output (“UPS available”) breakers to position “1” (Fig

Connect the UPS network interface to the internal switch in the PDC

GXT 3 front (Fig

Display of UPS type GXT 3 (Fig

Plug X108 and X109 and secure safety clamp (Fig

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Breakers

Network interface card

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Accumulator cover

Two accumulators

Connectors of the accumulators

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16: UPS

- screws,

Safety clamp

Attachment screw for safety clamp

X108 (AC input to UPS)

X109 (AC output from UPS)

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19: GXT3,

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20: GXT3,

21: GXT 3,

There is a drilling template in the PDC

Remove the drilling template from the PDC after installation

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Definition AS Mobile CT

The PDC cabinet for the Mobile CT option has a specially constructed base frame and bracings

For this reason,

the weight and dimensions are different than the standard PDC cabinet

Weight and dimensions

Weight in kg

Dimensions (L/W/H) in mm

Installing the mobile PDC cabinet NOTE

The mobile PDC cabinet must always be mounted to the floor when installing in a trailer

The mounting material is not part of the mobile kit and must be provided by the trailer vendor

The extraction forces,

material and dimensions for the mounting material of all system components have to be calculated,

defined and provided by the trailer manufacturer (According to the Trailer

According to IEC 60601-1,

it is mandatory that the 4-fold safety factor be observed

• Unpack the mobile PDC (Unpacking the PDC / p

• Remove the 4 screws used to attach the cross-beams to the pallet at the back and front of the PDC

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PDC • Remove the cross-beams from the pallet

• Remove all 4 covers of the mobile PDC (8 screws on each side)

8 screws

• At the lower four corners,

remove the 4 screws that are securing the PDC to the pallet

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• Remove the mobile PDC from the transport pallet with a crane

• Move the PDC on its ball casters to the final installation location

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PDC NOTE

Prior to positioning the PDC in its final installation location,

install all covers that will not be accessible once the cabinet is correctly positioned

Front view

Top view

Ball casters

• The PDC has to be installed on a metal plate

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3 screws

Bearing plate

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PDC • Push the PDC on its ball casters into the notches of the rear bearing plate

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Then lower the front of the PDC

• Install the PDC using 8 screws (screw spec: M8

length must be determined by the trailer manufacturer) on a steel mounting base from underneath the trailer

(Installing the PDC at its final location / p

• Install the UPS (Installing the UPS / p

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PDC • Install the bracings to the mobile PDC

Mount the angle plate (1/Fig

Tighten the counter nuts (2/Fig

Angle plate

Bracing bar

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Counternut

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IRSmx2/3 3-

General information

Weights and dimensions

- IRSmx2b

3IRSmx2/3

Weight in kg

Dimensions (L/W/H) in mm

Weights and dimensions

- IRSmx2c

Weight in kg

Dimensions (L/W/H) in mm

Weights and dimensions

- IRSmx3b

Weight in kg

Dimensions (L/W/H) in mm

Weights and dimensions

- IRSmx3c

Weight in kg

Dimensions (L/W/H) in mm

Weights and dimensions

- IRSmx3d

Weight in kg

Dimensions (L/W/H) in mm

Personnel

One person is required for this work step

SOMATOM Definition AS

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IRSmx2/3

Service tools and equipment

Tools and auxiliary materials

Pry bar (ocean and air cargo)

Opening the transport crates

Cordless screwdriver with various bits

Removing the IRS from the pallet

Vacuum cleaner

In areas prone to earthquakes only

Hammer drill

In areas prone to earthquakes only

Various drills

In areas prone to earthquakes only

Standard tool kit

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IRSmx2/3

Transporting

Move the IRS on its pallet near its final installation location

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Do not move the IRS over uneven sections of the floor

Vibrations can damage the IRS

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IRSmx2/3

Unpacking the IRS

Remove all nails and fasteners with the pry bar if necessary

Remove the top and sides of the wooden crate if necessary

Checking for transport damage

After removing the transport crate,

examine the IRS for transport damage,

due to moisture or external forces

In case of transport damage,

inform the local project manager immediately

Removing the IRS from the pallet

• Adhere to the instructions hanging from the side of the IRS

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IRSmx2/3

Assembling the IRS at its installation location NOTE

The IRS is air-cooled by internal ventilators

Unimpaired circulation from the intake and outlet has to be ensured

For correct cooling,

a minimum distance of 100 mm at the back and 150 mm at the front between the IRS and other objects is required

! Never put the IRS into a closed cabinet

For the exact installation location,

refer to the project plan or ask the on-site project manager

The IRS can also be installed in a room adjacent to the examination room

fold down the spacers at the back of the IRS

This is necessary to maintain the minimum distance to the wall

Spacers with rollers UP

Spacers with rollers DOWN

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After connecting the IRS power cable,

attach the electric shock protection and switch on the IRS main power switch at the back (Fig

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Electric shock protection

Main power switch

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IRSmx2/3

Definition AS Mobile CT NOTE

The IRS tower must always be mounted to the floor when installing in a trailer

The mounting material is not part of the mobile kit and must be provided by the trailer vendor

The extraction forces,

material and dimensions for the mounting material of all system components have to be calculated,

defined and provided by the trailer manufacturer (Trailer

According to IEC 60601-1,

it is mandatory that the 4-fold safety factor be observed

• Unpack the IRS and remove it from the transport pallet

• Secure the IRS to the floor using 2 tensioning straps and the sidewise dogs

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General information

Weights and dimensions

4Gantry

Weight in kg

Dimensions (L/W/H) in mm

Personnel

Four persons are required for this work step

Tools and auxiliary materials

Tools and auxiliary materials

Pry bar (ocean and air cargo)

Opening the transport crates

Hammer drill

Drilling the holes

Various drills

Drilling the holes

Vacuum cleaner

Cleaning the drill holes

Standard tool kit Torque wrench,

25-130 Nm

Tightening the screws for the transport frame

Transport frame

Moving the gantry

Loctite 243

Securing the transport brackets in the back

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If a ceiling stand is included in the delivery volume,

it has to be installed prior to installing the gantry

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Gantry NOTE

The gantry has to stand on its four adjustable feet

The four adjustable feet have to be directly on concrete,

The floor covering may have to be cut out in some cases to enable the gantry feet to be directly placed on concrete

Proceed with great care when pushing or pulling the plastic gantry covers

Doing so could result in damage or misalignment of the cover panels

Do not move the gantry across an uneven floor

Hard impact against the gantry could damage sensitive parts (e

When transporting the gantry,

always check the height and width of doors and corridors to prevent collisions

The transport frames have to be uniformly adjusted in height to prevent the gantry from tilting over

The covers of the gantry can be easily damaged

Handle them with the greatest of care

Earthquake safety NOTE

Adhere to all country-specific requirements and regulations

In some areas (e

the gantry has to be anchored to the floor

The anchoring materials have to be provided by the on-site project manager

SOMATOM Definition AS

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Unpacking the gantry

Place the crate containing the gantry on the floor

Remove all nails and fasteners with the pry bar

Remove the top and sides of the wooden crate

Do not remove the protective plastic wrap before the gantry has been brought to its installation location

Checking for transport damage

After removing the transport crate,

examine the gantry for transport damage,

due to moisture or external forces

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In case of transport damage,

inform the local project manager immediately

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Transporting

It is not allowed to crane the CT gantry by its transport frame

For further craning information,

please refer to the Planning Guide

If the gantry is to be pushed across a slanted surface,

Use the transport frame to move the gantry to its final destination

Turning the transport frame wheels in the proper direction prior to lifting the gantry simplifies its movement

Lift the gantry up a uniform 50 mm (approximately)

Move the gantry to its installation location

Transport with the rollers swivelled in (A/Fig

Hazardous conditions

Component may tip over

! As soon as the system has passed through narrow passages,

the transport rollers must be swivelled out again

SOMATOM Definition AS

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Top view

Top view

Removing the gantry from the pallet