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Philips Medical Systems

www.medical.philips.com/us

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Note for Architects and/or Contractors: "If revisions are listed, these drawings must be thoroughly reviewed so that all changes can be incorporated into your project"
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Section A - Equipment Plan General Notes -------------------------------------- AN Equipment Legend -------------------------------- AL Equipment Plan ------------------------------------ A1 Equipment Details ---------------------- AD1 - AD4 Transport Details --------------------------------- AD5 Section S - Suport Plan Support Notes -------------------------------------- SN Support Legends --- ------------------------------ SL Support Plan - Floor ------------------------------ S1 Support Plan - Ceiling ---------------------------- S2 Support Details -------------------------- SD1 - SD2

Section E - Electrical Plan Electrical Notes ------------------------------------ EN Electrical Legend ---------------------------------- EL Electrical Plan -------------------------------------- E1 Raceway & Conduit Information ------------- E2 Electrical Details ------------------------ ED1 - ED3 Remote Service Network ------------------------N1 Check List------------------------------------------ CHK

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THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.

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- Standard Reference Drawing Not Site Specific Allura 9 Floor

Electrical Requirements Velara with PDU 4000


Power Output: 100KW Supply Configuration: 3 phase, 3 wire power and ground, delta or wye 3 phase, 4 wire power w/neutral + ground, wye Nominal Line Voltage: 380, 400, 440, 460, or 480 VAC, 60 Hz

Minimum Site Preparation Requirements


A smooth efficient installation is vital to Philips and their customers. Understanding what the minimum site preparation requirements are will help achieve this goal. The following list clearly defines the requirements which must be fulfilled before the installation can begin. 1. Walls to be painted or covered, baseboards installed, floors to be tiled and/or covered, ceiling shall have grid tiles and lighting fixtures installed and operational. 2. Doors and windows, especially radiation protection barriers, installed and finished with locksets operational. 3. All electrical convenience, conduit, raceway, knockouts, cable openings, chase nipples, and junction boxes installed and operational. 4. Incoming mains power operational and connected to room x-ray breaker.

General Specifications
1. Responsibility The customer shall be solely responsible, at its expense for preparation of site, including any required structural alterations. The site preparation shall be in accordance with plans and specifications provided by Philips. Compliance with all safety electrical and building codes relevant to the equipment and its installation is the sole responsibility of customer. The customer shall advise Philips of conditions at or near the site which could adversely affect the carrying out of the installation work and shall ensure that such conditions are corrected and that the site is fully prepared and available to Philips before the installation work is due to begin. The customer shall provide all necessary plumbing, carpentry work, or conduit wiring required to attach and install products ready for use. 2. Permits Customer shall obtain all permits and licenses required by federal, state/provincial or local authorities in connection with the construction, installation and operation of the products and shall bear any expense in obtaining same or in complying with any related rules, regulations, ordinances and statutes. 3. Radiation Protection The customer or his contractor, at his own expense, shall obtain the service of a licensed radiation physicist to specify radiation protection. (X-Ray tube Output 150KVp max.) 4. Asbestos and Other Toxic Substances Philips assumes no hazardous waste (i.e., PCB's in existing transformers) exists at the site. If any hazardous materials is found, it shall be the sole responsibility of the customer to properly remove and dispose of this material at its expense. Any delays caused in the project for this special handling shall result in Philips time period for completion being extended by like period of time. Philips assumes that no asbestos material is involved in this project in any ceilings, walls or floors. If any asbestos material is found anywhere on the site, it shall be the customer's sole responsibility to properly remove and/or make safe this condition, at the customer's sole expense. 5. Labor In the event local labor conditions make it impossible or undesirable to use Philips' regular employees for such installation and connection, such work shall be performed by laborers supplied by the customer, or by an independent contractor chosen by the customer at the customer's expense, and in such case, Philips agrees to furnish adequate engineering supervision for proper completion of the installation.

Branch Power Requirement: 225 KVA


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Circuit Breaker: 3 pole, 125Amps

HVAC Requirement for General Equipment Locations


Heating, ventilation, air conditioning requirement for general equipment locations must maintain temperature at 72 +/- 5 fahrenheit (22 +/- 3 celsius) and non-condensing relative humidity at 45%, +/- 15%.
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5. 115v convenience outlets operational. 6. All support structures correctly installed. All channels, pipes, beams and/or other supporting devices should be level, parallel, and free of lateral or longitudinal movements. 7. All contractor supplied cables pulled and terminated. 8. A dust-free environment in and around the procedure room. 9. All HVAC (heating, ventilating and air conditioning) installed and operational as per specifications. 10. Architectural features such as computer floor, wood floor, casework, bulkheads, installed and finished. When technical cabinets are installed in a closet with doors, it is suggested that the customer install a temperature alarm in the event of an air conditioning failure. 11. All plumbing installed and finished. 12. Philips does not install or connect developing tanks, automatic processors or associated equipment, built in illuminators, cassette pass boxes, loading benches and cabinets, lead protective screens, panels or lead glass window and frame. This is to be done by the customer/contractor. 13. Clear door openings for moving equipment into the building must be 42" (1067mm) w x 82" (2083mm) h min. 48" (1219mm) w x 82" (2083mm) h rec., Or larger contingent on an 8'-0" (2438mm) corridor width. Note Once Philips has moved equipment into the suite and started the installation, the contractor shall schedule his work around the Philips installation team on site. It is suggested that a telephone be provided in the room to receive telephone calls. This would alleviate facility staff from answering calls for Philips personnel. Remote Service Diagnostics Medical imaging equipment to be installed by Philips Medical is equipped with a service diagnostic feature which allows for remote and on site service diagnostics. To establish this feature, a dedicated direct-distance - dialing, voice-grade line must be installed as shown on plan. All cost associated with this feature are the responsibility of the customer.
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7. Extended Installation or Turnkey Work by Philips. Any room preparation requirements for Philips equipment indicated on these drawings is the responsibility of the customer. If an extended installation or turnkey contract exists between Philips and the customer for room preparation work required by the equipment represented on these drawings, some of the responsibilities of the customer as depicted in these drawings may be assumed by Philips. In the event of a conflict between the work described in the turnkey contract workscope and these drawings, the turnkey contract workscope shall govern.

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6. Schedule The general contractor should provide Philips with a schedule of work to assist in the coordination of delivery of Philips supplied products which are to be installed by the contractor and delivery of the primary equipment.

THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.

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Equipment Legend
A B C D E F G Furnished and installed by Philips Furnished by customer/contractor and installed by customer/contractor Installed by customer/contractor Furnished by Philips and installed by contractor Existing Future Option - Furnished by Philips Equipment Designation Description Detail Sheet Weight (lbs) Heat Load (btu/hr)

A A A A A A A A A A D A

SP

Poly Diagnost G (Floor Version)

1921 787 510 787 562 442 1124 141 28 430 710 75 (each) 1 1 754 167

1195 AD1 375 AD1 4780 AD2 6830 AD2 1707 AD2 1707 AD2 3414 AD2 1025 AD2 85 AD2 1637 AD3 2450 AD3 0 AD3

MSA Angio Diagnost 5 with Pivot MG WD MS MB MA WC AC MW PBK DB Velara Generator 40E Cabinet(MG) Viewing Controller Cabinet Geometry 40E Cabinet Imaging Detection (II/TV) 40E Cabinet System/Power Distribution 40E Cabinet Desk Top Viewing Console Acquisition Console CVN MRC/MRM 40E Cabinet PDU 4000 (Installed by contractor) Documentation Box - Qty = 4 (Final Location to be coordinated with customer and/or local Philips service) Remote Service Access Control Infra Red Receiver Three monitor Suspension Mavig Ceiling Track w/ Rad Shield

A G A

TK IR2 TV

3 3 683 AD4 350 AD4

G MAV

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THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.

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24'-9"

MS

MA

MB

PBK

MG

WD

6'-0"

3'-0" Min. Rec. SP

DB MW

TK

Poly G Floorplate 2'-9" Centerline

WC

Equipment Layout
IR2 AC

Recommended Ceiling Height: (9' - 6 3/16") Ceiling Heights other than recommened may impact equipment functionality, consult with Philips.
Customer's Physio (PHY)

0 1' 2' 4' 8'

9'-6 7/8"

MSA 24'-10" AD5 Table Floorplate Centerline TV Foot end

MAV 8'-7"
Centerline Poly G/Table

General Notes
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* Counters and cabinetry shown to be supplied and installed by customer.


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THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.

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105

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115.37" 2930mm Minimum Distance to wall for installation frame 39.38" 1000mm

20.46" 520mm

45

45
114.19" 2900mm Recommended Ceiling Height

55.52" 1410mm 103.98" 2641mm 120.09" 3050mm

92.13" 2340mm

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Table pivot (not shown) is optional. This allows table to rotate +/- 90 degrees about center of table base. Table pivot raises table 25mm (1") higher off floor. Syncratilt table (not shown) is optional. This allows the tabletop to tilt +20/-28 degrees. Weight=838 lbs. (381 kg) Heat Dissipation=375 Btu/hr (95 kcal/hr.)
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SP Weight Heat Dissipation

Poly Diagnost G (Floor Version) 1921 lbs 1195 Btu/hr (873 kg) (301 kcal/hr)

MSA Weight Heat Dissipation

Angio Diagnost 5 787 lbs 375 Btu/hr (358 kg) (95 kcal/hr)

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Reference: Rear Bolt Holes AD5 Table Base

113.27" 2877mm Max. range of movement with I.I. extended

THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.

98.41" 2500mm

87.90" 2233mm

12 0

40.95" Max. 1040mm

29.93" 760mm

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49.68" 1262mm

41.82" 1062mm

Min.

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135.81" 3450mm

23.62" 600mm

23.94" 608mm

38.12" 968mm

Cable connection area

33.47" 850mm

Wall Bracket 6.02" 153mm

5.41" 138mm

9.59" 244mm

33.47" 850mm

17.72" 450mm

Wall Mounting 10.02" 255mm

Under Monitor Unit May be placed on table or mounted to wall directly below monitor with supplied wall bracket. Provide clear area below counter if under monitor unit is to be wall mounted.

14.37" 365mm

Monitor(s) Biplane systems will have two monitors. Total weight and heat dissipation for all components with two monitors: Weight = 196 lbs (89kg) Heat Dissipation = 1264 Btu/h (318 kcal/h)

13.39" 340mm

Cable routing

14.01" 356mm Table Top

1.89" 48mm

.83" 21mm

31.50" 800mm

10.64" 270mm

11.34" 288mm

7.67" 2.76" 195mm 70mm

4.41" 112mm Mounting Options 21.66" 550mm 20.48" 520mm 2.56" 65mm
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Desk Top Unit

Keyboard (Under counter keyboard tray is recommended - by customer)

Mouse

AC Weight

Acquisition Console CVN 28 lbs 85 Btu/hr (13 kg) (21 kcal/hr)

Table or countertop with a minimum depth of 36" is recommended to accommodate the monitor(s) and Desk Top Unit - table or countertop supplied by customer/contractor.
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Heat Dissipation Filler Panel 76.98" 1955mm

WC Weight Heat Dissipation

Desk Top Viewing Console 141 lbs 1025 Btu/hr (64 kg) (259 kcal/hr)

CRC Cover

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CRC Cover 76.98" 1955mm

MB Weight 70.40" 1788mm Heat Dissipation

Image Detection (II/TV) (B) 40 E Cabinet 442 lbs 1707 Btu/hr (201 kg) (430 kcal/hr)

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MS Weight Acoustic noise level: <=35 (A) @ 1 meter in front of the rack and 1 meter high. (1 meter = 3.28')
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Geometry (S) 40 E Cabinet 562 lbs 1707 Btu/hr (255 kg) (430 kcal/hr)
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The CRC cover must be attached to the 40E rack only, not to the wall Acoustic noise level: <=55 (A) @ 1 meter in front of the rack and 1 meter high. (1 meter = 3.28')
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Heat Dissipation

WD Weight Heat Dissipation

Viewing Controller Cabinet 787 lbs 6830 Btu/hr (358 kg) (1721 kcal/hr)

MA Weight

System Coordinator/Power Distribution 40 E Cabinet 1124 lbs 3414 Btu/hr (511 kg) (860 kcal/hr)

MG Weight Heat Dissipation

Velara Generator 40 E Cabinet 510 lbs 4780 Btu/hr (232 kg) (1204 kcal/hr)

Heat Dissipation

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MS/MA Acoustic noise level: <=N/A (A) @ 1 meter in front of the rack and 1 meter high. (1 meter = 3.28')

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23.51" 597mm

31.50" 800mm

5.91" 150mm

Due to length of supplied cables, Image Detection Rack (B) must be placed next to Viewing Controller Cabinet (WD).

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Acoustic noise level: <=40 (A) @ 1 meter in front of the rack and 1 meter high. (1 meter = 3.28')

21.66" 550mm

20.48" 520mm

6.00" 152mm

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4.33" 110mm

16.76" 426mm

17.58" 446mm

Wall Mounting Detail (Unit hangs on wall bracket)

17.72" 450mm

Cable routing (wall duct preferred) 19.48" 495mm

THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.

4.33" 110mm

7.86" 200mm

11.22" 285mm

21.66" 550mm Top cover removable for service access

Heat Dissipation out of room via air outlet: 7847 Btu/h (1977 kcal/h) Outlet air must go into the open air, hallways, air conditioning system, etc. Air Flow: 11653 ft / h (330 m /h) Max. Air Outlet Temperature: 176 F (80 C) Space for air circulation

18.31" 465mm 1.65" 42mm

10.83" 275mm 1.97" 50mm Three, 8mm dia. mounting holes Spacer Bracket

2.56" 65mm

8.86" 225mm

20.48" 520mm

38.84" 987mm

.98" 25mm

Four holes for M8 cheese head screws

2.76" 70mm

2.76" 70mm

Bolt Forces: (Tension) Tmax = 38lbs/screw (Shear) Vmax = 85 lbs/screw Surface Mount Wall Mount

21.62" 549mm

20.51" 521mm

77.00" 1956mm

Filler Panel

15.75" 400mm

10.83" 275mm 5.99" 152mm

44.01" 1118mm

5.99" 152mm 1 7/8" dia. knockout plug (3x) 1/2" / 3/4" dia. knockout plug (4x)

7.88" 200mm

21.66" 550mm

12.60" 320mm

36.82" 935mm

Acoustic noise level: <=50 (A) @ 1 meter in front of the rack and 1 meter high. (1 meter = 3.28')
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Acoustic noise level: <=65 (A) @ 1 meter in front of the rack and 1 meter high. (1 meter = 3.28') * 9484 Btu/hr if air outlet exhausts into equipment room MW (323 kg) Weight Heat Dissipation MRC/MRM 40 E Cabinet (single-plane, one cooling unit) 430 lbs 1637 Btu/hr (195 kg) (412 kcal/hr)

Box may be mounted on floor or other convenient surface. May also be stacked on top of each other by removing mounting brackets. Spacer bracket supplied for wall mounting.
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PBK Weight Heat Dissipation

PDU 4000 710 lbs 2450 Btu/hr

DB Weight Heat Dissipation

Documentation Box 75 lbs 0 Btu/hr (34 kg) (0 kcal/hr)

(617 kcal/hr)

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Rear view

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2.36" 60mm

- Standard Reference Drawing Not Site Specific Allura 9 Floor

For each CU3101 Cooling Unit: Air Outlet: 150mm (5 7/8") dia. hose supplied

THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.

14.18" 360mm

Hose Outlet 76.77" 1950mm

98.42" 2500mm 31.50" Max. 800mm 13.18" 335mm

Clip Cover Cross Support

Radiation Shield Bearing Forces: (Tension) Tmax = 784 lbs/bolt (Shear) Vmax = 177 lbs/bolt

86.24" 2190mm Maximum Travel

13.18" 335mm 2.75" 68mm

Radiation shield (option)

31.50" 800mm 45

31.50" 800mm

50 153.54" 3900mm 129.92" 3300mm 138.19" 3510mm 118.11" 3000mm 360 12.32" 313mm

315

9.84" 250mm

16.26" 413mm

22.92" 582mm

360

64.97" 1650mm

Extension column available for ceiling higher than 2900mm (9'-6 3/16") Ultrasound (option) Recommended viewing height from floor

7.06" 180mm 65.36" 1660mm

Two, 12mm (1/2") Dia. holes

For swing labs, 2700mm long ceiling rails are delivered. Maximum longitudinal column travel = 2100mm. Weight shown is total weight including monitors, suspension, cabling and options.
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33.86" 860mm

Detail Cross Support

TV Weight Heat Dissipation

Three Monitor Suspension

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64.42" 1636mm

31.50" 800mm

Bolt Forces: (Tension) TMax = 908 lbs./bolt (Shear) VMax = 38 lbs./bolt

754 lbs 683 Btu/hr

(342 kg) (172 kcal/hr) Note: For Integris Systems, the post of the Rad Shield post needs to be mounted on the head end of the table in relation to the Monitor Suspension transverse carriage. MAV Weight Heat Dissipation Mavig Ceiling Track 167 lbs 350Btu/hr (76 kg) (88 kcal/hr)

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27.25" 692mm

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63.73" 1619mm

- Standard Reference Drawing Not Site Specific Allura 9 Floor

Examination light (option)

THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.

73.82" 1875mm

Poly Diagnost G Floor Transport Data


43.31" 1100mm 43.31" 1100mm 64.76" 1645mm 38.04" 966mm

Transport Possibilities Crate Height Weight 85.04" (2160mm) 2998 lb (1360 kg) Pallet 82.48" (2095mm) 2866 lb (1300 kg) Klick Wheels 76.57" (1945mm) 2756 lb (1250 kg) Skateboards 77.52" (1969mm) 2480 lb (1125 kg)

43.31" 1100mm

43.31" 1100mm

64.85" 1647mm

64.85" 1647mm

64.85" 1647mm

38.34" 974mm

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Poly Diagnost G Floor Transport Data Split (C-ARC)_

Poly Diagnost G Floor Transport Data Base

1135 lb (515 kg) 98.43" 2500mm 94.65" 2404mm 91.67" 2328mm

38. 9 990 8" mm


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98" 38. mm 990

Transport Possibilities Crate Height Weight 77.95" (1980mm) 2028 lb (920 kg) Pallet 75.59" (1920mm) 1907 lb (865 kg) Klick Wheels 68.90" (1750mm) 1764 lb (800 kg) Shortest (rot 24) 76.30" (1938mm) 1764 lb (800 kg) Shortest (Rot 42) 85.67" (2176mm) 1764 lb (800 kg) Skateboards 76.57" (1945mm) 1488 lb (675 kg)

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THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.

83.79" 2128mm

82.99" 2108mm

88.10" 2238mm

58.46" 1485mm

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98.43" 2500mm

98.41" 2500mm

91.47" 2323mm

91.45" 2323mm

Equipment Support Information


1. General The customer shall be solely responsible, at its expense, for preparation of the site, including any required structural alterations. The site preparation shall be in accordance with this plan and specifications, the architectural/construction drawings and in compliance with all safety and building codes. The customer shall be solely responsible for obtaining all construction permits from jurisdictional authority.

3. Floor Loading and Surface Philips provides, with this plan and specifications, information relative to size, weight and shape of floor mounted equipment. The customer shall be solely responsible, through the engineer of record for the building, to provide on the architectural/construction drawings confirmation of the structural adequacy of the floor upon which the equipment will be placed. Any load test required by local authority, shall be the customer's responsibility. The floor surface upon which Philips equipment is to be placed/anchored shall be flat and level to within plus or minus 1/16 inch (2mm) of areas covered by Philips equipment and it's movement. 4. Ceiling Support Apparatus Philips provides, with this plan and specifications, information relative to size, weight and shape of ceiling supported equipment. The customer shall be solely responsible, through the engineer of record for the building, to provide on the architectural/construction drawings, information regarding the approved method of structural support apparatus, fasteners and anchorage to which Philips will attach equipment. Any anchorage and/or load test required by local authority shall be the customer's responsibility. Contractor to clearly mark Philips equipment longitudinal centerline on bottom of each structural support. The structural support apparatus surface to which Philips equipment is to be attached, shall have horizontal equipment attachment surfaces parallel, square and level to within plus or minus 1/16 inch (2mm). Any drilling and/or tapping of holes required to attach Philips equipment to the structural support apparatus shall be the responsibility of the customer. Fasteners/anchors (i.e., bolts, spring nuts, lock and flat washers) and strip closures shall be provided by the customer. 5. Lighting Lighting fixtures shall be placed in such a position that they are not obscured by equipment or its movement, nor shall they interfere with Philips ceiling rails and equipment movement or otherwise adversely affect the equipment. Such lighting fixture locations shall be the sole responsibility of the customer. 6. Ceiling Obstructions There shall be no obstructions that project below the finished ceiling in the area covered by ceiling suspended equipment travel. 7. Seismic Anchorage (For Seismic Zones Only) All seismic anchorage hardware, including brackets, backing plates, bolts, etc., shall be supplied and installed by the customer/contractor unless otherwise specified within the support legend on this sheet. Installation of electronic cabinets to meet seismic anchorage requirements must be accomplished using flush mounted expansion type anchor/bolt systems to facilitate the removal of a cabinet for maintenance. Do not use threaded rod/adhesive anchor systems. Consult with Philips regarding any anchor system issues. 8. Floor Obstructions/ Floor Coverings There shall be no obstructions on the floor (sliding door tracks, etc.) in front of the Philips technical cabinets. Floor must be clear to allow cabinets to be pulled away from the wall for service. Contractor to verify with Philips the preferred floor covering installation method. 9. Maximum Allowed Vibration - Acceleration amplitude smaller than 0.5m/sec * 0Hz - 20Hz (frequency area of Philips equipment) - Displacement amplitude smaller than 0.005 mm * Greater than 20Hz - Displacement amplitude smaller than 0.01mm

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2. Equipment Anchorage Philips provides, with this plan and specifications, information relative to equipment size, weight, shape, anchoring hole locations and forces which may be exerted on anchoring fasteners. The customer shall be solely responsible, through the engineer of record for the building, to provide on the architectural/construction drawings, information regarding the approved method of equipment anchoring to floors, wall and/or ceiling of the building. Any anchorage test required by local authority shall be the customer's responsibility. Stud type anchor bolts should not be specified as they hinder equipment removal for service. Consult with Philips service prior to specifying anchor methods.

THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.

See S1 for Floor Support Layout.


A B C D E F G

Floor Support Legend


Furnished and installed by Philips Furnished by customer/contractor and installed by customer/contractor Installed by customer/contractor Furnished by Philips and installed by contractor Existing Future Item Number Description Detail Sheet

D D B

F1 F2 F3

AD5/AD7 Universal Floorplate Poly Diagnost G Floorplate Documentation Box Anchorage (Final location to be coordinated with customer & architect of record)

SD1 SD2 SD1 SD2 SD2

See S2 for Ceiling Support Layout.


A B C D E F G

Ceiling Support Legend


Furnished and installed by Philips Furnished by customer/contractor and installed by customer/contractor Installed by customer/contractor Furnished by Philips and installed by contractor Existing Future Item Number Description Detail Sheet

A B A

C1 C2 C3

2 - PhilipsMonitor Equipment Rails Unistrut (P1001) mounted finish with finished ceiling Mavig Ceiling Track

SD2 SD2 AD4

Customer/Contractor shall recommend and/or provide equipment anchoring systems ( I.E. "Hilti", "Redhead", etc.) based upon specified "pull" forces and wall/ceiling/floor compositions

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F3 Poly G Floorplate 2'-9" Centerline F2

9'-6 7/8"

Floor Support Layout


0 1' 2' 4' 8'
Centerline Poly G/Table

AD5 Table Floorplate Centerline

F1

Recommended Ceiling Height: (9' - 6 3/16") Ceiling Heights other than recommened may impact equipment functionality, consult with Philips.

8'-7"

THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.

Refer to Floor Support LegendSheet SL


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- Standard Reference Drawing Not Site Specific Allura 9 Floor

Poly G Floorplate 2'-9" Centerline

2'-5 1/2"

2'-7 5/8"

2 1/8"

4'-1 3/4"

9'-6 7/8"

Ceiling Support Layout


0 1' 2' 4' 8'

1'-5" C2 4'-1 3/4" C2 C1 4'-1 3/4" C3 2 1/8"

AD5 Table Floorplate Centerline

C1

Recommended Ceiling Height: (9' - 6 3/16") Ceiling Heights other than recommened may impact equipment functionality, consult with Philips.

3'-1" 5'-0" 5'-0"

8'-7"
Centerline Poly G/Table

THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.

Refer to Ceiling Support Legend Sheet SL


Project Number Drawn By Date

S2

Sheet 13 of 24

N-SRD-99003

Quote Number

O.A. Number

- Standard Reference Drawing Not Site Specific Allura 9 Floor

AD5 Table Base: Four mounting holes for supplied M12 bolts

23.62" 600mm

15.83" 402mm

27.56" 700mm

Floor Structural Detail - Allura 9 Floor

14.57" 370mm

Poly Diagnost G Base: Eight mounting holes for supplied M12 bolts

11.18" 284mm Reference: Rear bolt holes AD5 Table base

Poly Diagnost G Floorplate

116.67" 2963mm Floorplate Centerline (Scribe Marks) AD5/AD7 Universal Floorplate

Cable Entrance Area Floorplates supplied by Philips / installed by customer. Counterbored holes are sized for 1/2" anchors per Seismic requirements. Poly Diagnost G (Floor Version) AD5 (No Pivot) AD5 with Pivot Floorplate to floor bolt forces: Floorplate to Floor Bolt Forces: Floorplate to Floor Bolt Forces: (Tension) Tmax = 1034 lbs/bolt (Tension) Tmax=1326 lbs/bolt (Tension) Tmax=1567lbs/bolt (Shear) Vmax = 420 lbs/bolt (Shear) Vmax=368 lbs/bolt (Shear) Vmax=368 lbs/bolt

22.84" 580mm
1.18" 30mm

1. 1.18" thick floorplate, flush mounted with top of slab. 2. Level within 1.5mm (1/16") across surface of plate. Four holes, 0.74" dia. Counterbored 1.57" dia. x 0.83" deep 20.67" 525mm Table Pivot Base (option) Six mounting holes 60 apart on 480mm (18 7/8") dia. bolt circle. (Keep free of cement when installing)
1.48" 37mm

20mm 0.79"

11.22" 285mm

35mm 1.37"

Date

1.97" 50mm

18.90" 480mm

Poly G Floorplate

13.39" 340mm

24.81" 630mm

Table

1.48" 37mm
5.91" 150mm

17.72" 450mm

Cable entrance area, keep clear of grout, etc.


Stand
17.72" 450mm

Installation Alignment Holes 6.93" 176mm 12.60" 320mm


6.69" 170mm

Detail - Poly G Floorplate Cable Entrance Floorplate delivered from BEST

Six holes, 0.75" dia. counterbored 1.38" dia. x 0.55" deep

20.67" 525mm

* Orientation of floorplate to AD5 Table may be rotated 180 for cable entrance on opposite side. Cannot be rotated 90. 1. 0.79" thick floorplate, flush mounted with top of slab. 2. Level within 1.5mm (1/16") across surface of plate. 3. Anchor bolts with washer must not protrude above surface of floorplate.

6.69" 170mm

Floorplate mounting to the building: In case threaded rods are used, the nut may protrude above the floorplate surface. DO NOT GRIND DOWN THE NUT, use the procedure stated below. 1. Use Jam nuts M16 (h=8.0mm) or 5/8" (h=9.5mm) 2. Use only 1 washer. 3.Use loctite 243 instead of a lock washer. 4. Use fastening torque wrench between 40 and 50Nm.

Poly Diagnost G Floorplate - Notes for Installation


F1

AD5/AD7 Universal Floorplate - Notes for Installation


(03.0)

SD1
Sheet 14 of 24

N-SRD-99003

5.91" 150mm

Project Number

Drawn By

11.22" 285mm

320mm 12.62"

THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.

Quote Number

O.A. Number

- Standard Reference Drawing Not Site Specific Allura 9 Floor

Poly G at 45 skew

348mm 13.73"

Connection box folds down for service. Table base can pivot for service access. Allow 5" between box and nearest object.

870mm 34.25" 204mm 8.03" Table Pivot: 27 5/8" Dia. (700mm")

24.43" 595mm 21.19 " 538mm 40.55" 1030mm

5.93" 150.7mm 3.98" 101mm


24.43" Rad 595mm

2.85" 72.5mm Fixing Block

Area available for additional customer and/or non Philips equipment

Floorplate Centerline

Philips flush mounted floorplate

Self-locking Bolt, M10x40

Clip Cover

Clip Rail
14.50" 369mm C1

Poly G Floor / AD5 Table with Pivot - Clearance Area


8.86" 225mm 1.97" 50mm

(07.3)

Detail - Clip Rail Cross-section


Bolt Forces (Tension) Tmax = 38lbs / screw (Shear) Vmax = 85 lbs / screw Four holes for M8 cheese head screws Three 8mm dia. mounting holes Spacer bracket .98" 25mm 18.31" 465mm 1.65" 42mm 15.75" 400mm 14.18" 360mm

P1001 Unistrut

11.62" 295mm

33.86" 860mm

12.60" 320mm

21.66" 550mm

15.75" 400mm

Fixing Block 12.60" 320mm 1.25" 32mm

Note: Philips does not specify the overhead equipment support structure. Unistrut (or equal) may or may not be used. If Unistrut is used, it is up to Unistrut and the structural engineer for the project to determine which of it's products are appropriate given the equipment weight on a specific project 5.88" 150mm

Project Number

Drawn By

21.66" 550mm

Mounting bracket
0.63" 16mm

Documentation box hangs on supplied wall mounted spacer bracket. The customer's architect/engineer of record shall specify wall backing plates sufficient for bolt forces shown. Wall Mount Weight of each documentation box with manuals = 75 lbs. (34 kg)
(00.0)

Box may be mounted on floor or other convenient surface. May also be stacked on top of eachother. Floor Mount F3

Important: The inside of the unistrut must be clear of obstructions (including paint)
C2

Detail - Fixing Block for Philips Ceiling Rails (Clip Rails)

(99.4)

Documentation Box - Mounting Options Detail

SD2
Sheet 15 of 24

N-SRD-99003

2.36" 60mm

Quote Number

Nothing shall be attached to the Unistrut with any fastener that protrudes into the Unistrut which would interfere with positioning of the fixing block.

Date

8.86" 225mm Backing Plate

Fixing blocks for Philips ceiling rails (Clip Rails) are designed to be installed in P1001 Unistrut.

O.A. Number

- Standard Reference Drawing Not Site Specific Allura 9 Floor

6.25" 159mm

THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.

26.00 660mm MIN. 27.00 19.59" 500mm

684mm MIN.

3.94" 100mm

Emergency Power
Philips does not require equipment to be on emergency power. If the customer deems it necessary for the equipment to be supplied with emergency power, the following specifications must be applied: The circuit protection for emergency power should be capable of handling a high initial surge of approximately 40 amps. The transfer switch must be double actuator type with a minimum time delay of 400 milliseconds in both directions (utility to emergency - emergency to utility). This time is required to allow filters to dissipate their stored energy before a different mains voltage is applied. Russelectric type RMTD, Asco Series 7000 delayed transition transfer switch or equivalent is recommended. To reduce the emergency power generator load demand, Philips equipment can be put into a lower power mode (5.5kVA fluoroscopy + 4kVA geometry) of operation by the connection of a potential free closure from the transfer switch. This potential free, normally open contact, has to be rated for 24VDC/100mA. For Philips cardio/vascular Integris equipment, the two wires from this contact have to be routed to the equipment area and connected to the System Coordinator cabinet (MA).
(03.1)

General Electrical Information


1. General The customer shall be solely responsible, at its expense, for preparation of the site, including any required electrical alterations. The site preparation shall be in accordance with this plan and specifications, the architectural/construction drawings and in compliance with all safety and electrical codes, the customer shall be solely responsible for obtaining all electrical permits from jurisdictional authority.

3. Electrical Ducts and Boxes Electrical ducts and boxes shall be accessible and have removable covers. Floor ducts and boxes shall have watertight covers. Ducts shall be divided into as many as three separate channels by metal dividers, separately specified herein, to separate wiring and/or cables into groups as follows: Group a: power wiring and/or cables. Group b: signal and/or data and protective ground wiring and/or cables. Group c: X-ray high voltage cables, the use of 90 deg. ells is not acceptable. On ceiling duct and wall duct use 45 deg. bends at all corners. All intersecting points in duct to have cross over tunnels supplied and installed by contractor to maintain separation of cables. 4. Conduit Conduit point - to - point runs shall be as direct as possible. Empty conduit runs used for cables may require pull boxes located along the run. Consult with Philips. A pull wire or cord shall be installed in each conduit run. All conduits which enter duct prior to their termination point must maintain separation from other cables via use of dividers, cross over tunnels, or conduit supplied and installed by contractor from entrance into duct to exit from duct. Do not use flex conduit unless approved by Philips Service. 5. Conductors All conductors, separately specified, shall be 75 c stranded copper, rung out and marked. 6. Disconnecting Means A disconnecting means shall be provided as separately specified. 7. Warning Lights and Door Switches "X-ray on" warning lights and x-ray termination door switches should be provided at all entrances to x-ray rooms as required by code. 8. Dimmer Switches X-ray room lights should be provided with dimmer switches.
(03.0)

Detail - Grounding
* PBG to be placed at a reachable height * PBG - Busbar #10 Pan Screw

Electrical Notes
Date
1. The contractor will supply & install all breakers, shunt trip and incoming power to the breakers. The exact location of the breakers and shunt trips will be determined by the architect or contractor. 2. The contractor shall supply & install all pull boxes, raceways, conduit runs, stainless steel covers, etc. Conduit/raceways must be free from burrs and sharp edges over its entire length. A Greenlee pull string/measuring tape (part no. 435, or equivalent) shall be provided with conduit runs.

#6 AWG green stranded wire

Pass Through Lug

Raceway

5. Electrical raceway shall be installed with removable covers. The raceway should be accessible for the entire length. In case of non - accessible floors, walls and ceilings, an adequate number of access hatches should be supplied to enable installation of cabling. Approved conduits may be substituted. All raceways will be designed in a manner that will not allow cables to fall out of the raceway when the covers are removed. In most cases, this will require above - ceiling raceway to be installed with the covers removable from the top. Raceway system as illustrated on this drawing are based upon length of furnished cables. Any changes in routing of raceway system could exceed maximum allowable length of furnished cables. Conduit or raceway above - ceiling must be kept as near to finished ceiling as possible. 6. Conduit sizes shall be verified by the architect, electrical engineer or contractor, in accordance with local or National Electrical Codes, whichever govern. 7. Convenience outlets are not illustrated. Their number and location are to be specified by the customer/architect.

Project Number

PBK

8. Electrical contractor shall install ground bond wires at conduit openings within wall boxes as required by national and local electrical codes. Ground bond
wires and lugs shall be installed in such a way to prevent the inadvertent contact with the installed Philips equipment to maintain the Philips Equipotential Grounding Configuration and maintain patient safety. Install a #6 AWG stranded ground wire in the conduits from the Main Disconnect (CB1) to the PDU and from the PDU to the MG wall box.

9. If the Philips system includes a PDU, the PDU is a "Separately Derived Source" by NEC standards, and must be ground according to NEC article 250-30. Raceway
(03.0)

10. Philips equipment must be electrically isolated from conduits, raceway, duct, etc.
(03.1)

EN
Sheet 16 of 24

N-SRD-99003

M G

MWW

MS

MA

MB

WD

Drawn By

4. Provide and install 4 - 2" (50 mm) dia . Chase nipples between adjacent wall boxes. (not required if raceway installed above and below wall boxes)

Quote Number

3. All pre - terminated, cut to length cables, will be supplied and installed by Philips Medical Systems. All cables to the breakers, will be supplied and installed by the contractor, subject to local arrangements.

O.A. Number

- Standard Reference Drawing Not Site Specific Allura 9 Floor

2. Materials and Labor The customer shall be solely responsible, at its expense, to provide and install all electrical ducts, boxes, conduit, cables, wires, fittings, bushing, etc., As separately specified herein.

THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.

Electrical Legend
A B C D E F G Furnished and installed by Philips Furnished by customer/contractor and installed by customer/contractor Installed by customer/contractor Furnished by Philips and installed by contractor Existing Future Item Number Description Detail Sheet A B C D E F G

Electrical Legend
Furnished and installed by Philips Furnished by customer/contractor and installed by customer/contractor Installed by customer/contractor Furnished by Philips and installed by contractor Existing Future Item Number Description Detail Sheet

CB

480, 3 phase 125 AMP circuit with shunt trip. Run power from breaker to "PBK" leaving an 8' tail at "PBK" and from "PBK" to "MG", leaving an 8' tail at each end. See sheet "ED1" for power quality requirements. Location per local code or owner requirements. Coordinate with Philips. Shunt trip (emergency off) - large mushroom-head button on remote control station with contacts to operate feature of "CB" (if required by local code or owner, and mandatory for VA and D.O.D. installations). Ground electrode per N.E.C. 250-26, building steel prefered.

ED1

IR2

2nd infra red receiver 6"W x 6"H x 4"D ceiling box flush mounted with removable screw-type cover plate. Provide one 2" diameter knock-out with grommet. Mount "IR2" box to box cover. Exact location T.B.D. Stub up point for physiological monitoring cables. Run conduit to customer's physiological console location, Contact manufacturer for power requirements, etc. (Customer's) Hard Copy Unit- Contact manufacturer for power requirements. (Not shown on plan)

ST

PHY

GE

B B PBG Central ground busbar mounted in a 12"W x 12"L a 4"D pull box with hinged cover, surface mounted to top of wall raceway. 18"W x 18"L x 8"D flanged-edge terminal wall box with removable screw-type cover plate, surface mounted 22" A.F.F. to bottom of box, provide one 1 1/2" and (2) 2" conduits thru "PBK" cover plate to PDU cabinet. See sheet "ED1" for details. ED2 B B PBK ED1 B MA D MB MS MW MG B WC 19 1/4"W x 67"H x 4" D flanged-edge terminal wall box with removable screw-type cover plate, surface mounted 75" A.F.F. to top of box. General contractor to cut top and/or bottom of box as required. Install (4) 2" diameter nipples in lower 36" of each wall box.

HCU

Remote technical service- provide dedicated analog phone line with telephone jack for modem hook-up, outlet to be located adjacent to SYSCO/MPD "MA" rack cabinet. Network fiber optic and ethernet cabling, connectors, wall boxes, patch panels, etc. are the responsibility of the purchaser. Philips assumes no responsibility for procurement, installation or maintenance of these components. Locate within 10' of network card. Consult local Philips sales/service. 120V/20 A dedicated duplex outlet (for service).

ED2

B B B

MSA SP TV WD

10"W x 10"L x6"D floor box, flush mounted with underside of AD5 universal floorplate. 12"W x 2 1/2"D grommetted cable passage thru side of floor trench duct. 10"W x 10"L x 4"D ceiling box, flush mounted with removable screw-type cover plate. Provide a 2 1/2" round cutout. (Two 2 1/2" round cut outs are required for systems with multivision option, verify with local Philips service). 2 1/2"W x 2 1/2"D grommeted cable passage thru top of "WR1" and bottom side of "WR2". Provide 2 openings per raceway. Exact location to be determined. Air duct for exhaust of MRC/MRM cabinet with a 6" diameter male adaptor at 81" A.F.F. Air duct to be connected to the facilities exhaust air system. See MRC cabinet detail on sheet "AD3" for BTU load and air circulation requirements. (HVAC requirements) 10"W x 3 1/2"D riser duct with removable screw-type cover plate, surface mounted from wall raceway to wall box. ED3 T MA MB R1

WR2

AD

R1

Raceway Diagram
Not to Scale

AD B FD 9"W x 2 1/2D floor trench duct, flush mounted with water tight, removable 1/4" thick steel cover plate. Warning light- provide a flush mounted light fixture above door to indicate when x-ray is on. Provide a 115V, 15A normally open relay in this fixture, if required by local code or physician of record. (Not shown on plan) Door switch- 120V, 5A switch limited to open when door is open. Mount in upper corner on strike of main entry door(s) (Arrow-Hart no.4030, Edwards no. 45 or equivalent), if required by local code or physicist of record. (Not shown on plan) 4"W x 4"H x 4"D pull box with removable screw-type cover plate, flush mounted 60" A.F.F. to bottom of box. Provide a 3/4" diameter knock-out with grommet. To be located in examination room, must be clearly visible and easliy accessible to hospital personnel. Exact location to be determined on site. ED3 MG ED2 WR1 ED2 MW

SP

WL

DS

TK

The use of 90 degree ells is not acceptable use 45 degree bends at all raceway corners. The use of crossover tunnels at all applicable locations is required.

EL
Sheet 17 of 24

N-SRD-99003

FD

Project Number

B WR1 10"W x 3 1/2"D wall raceway, surface mounted with removable screw-type cover plate. "WR1" is at finished floor. WR2 "WR2" is at 75" A.F.F. to bottom of raceway.

ED3

MS PBK

Drawn By

WD

Quote Number

PBG

O.A. Number

AC

Grommeted opening on "WR1" Exact location to be determined.

See E1 and E2 sheets for conduit and raceway requirements.

THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.

Date

- Standard Reference Drawing Not Site Specific Allura 9 Floor

2'-6"

2'-8"

3'-8"

1'-10"

3'-8"

1'-6"

PBK

MS

MA

MB

PBG

MG

WR1 WR2 R1 MW AD FD WC

WD N

T Poly G Floorplate 2'-9" Centerline TK

SP

Exclusion Zone- See ED3

WR1

Electrical Layout
IR2 PHY AC

Recommended Ceiling Height: (9' - 6 3/16") Ceiling Heights other than recommened may impact equipment functionality, consult with Philips.

0 1' 2' 4' 8'

9'-6 7/8"

6'-3"

8 1/2" TV

AD5 Table Floorplate Centerline

MSA 8'-7"
Centerline Poly G/Table

Refer to Electrical Legend - Sheet EL and Raceway/Conduit - Sheet E2


Project Number Drawn By Date

E1

THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.

Sheet 18 of 24

N-SRD-99003

Quote Number

O.A. Number

- Standard Reference Drawing Not Site Specific Allura 9 Floor

Conduit Required General Notes 1. All conduit runs must take most direct route point to point. 2. All conduit runs must have a pull string.
A B C D E F
Conduit supplied/installed by contractor - Philips cables installed by Philips Conduit supplied/installed by contractor - Philips cables installed by contractor Conduit and cables supplied and installed by contractor Conduit existing - cables supplied and installed by Philips Conduit existing - cables supplied by Philips, installed by contractor Conduit existing - cables supplied and installed by contractor Conduit Run No. From To Conduit Quantity P S * H C Power / Ground Cables Signal Cables High Tension Power Cables Cooling Hoses

Conduit Required General Notes 1. All conduit runs must take most direct route point to point. 2. All conduit runs must have a pull string.
A B C D E F
Conduit supplied/installed by contractor - Philips cables installed by Philips Conduit supplied/installed by contractor - Philips cables installed by contractor Conduit and cables supplied and installed by contractor Conduit existing - cables supplied and installed by Philips Conduit existing - cables supplied by Philips, installed by contractor Conduit existing - cables supplied and installed by contractor Conduit Run No. From To Conduit Quantity P S * H C Power / Ground Cables Signal Cables High Tension Power Cables Cooling Hoses

Minimum Conduit Size

Maximum Conduit Length

Special Requirements

Minimum Conduit Size

Maximum Conduit Length

Special Requirements

C B C C A A A A A A C C A A A A A A A A A C C C C A A C C

1 2 3 4 5

Power Panel PBK PBK PBG MSA

CB PDU Cabinet GE Room Outlet MA MA MS MS TK AC WL DS TV TV WD MB WC WC WC IR2 WD MSA Stub

1 (P) 3 (P) 1 (P) 1 (P) 1 (P) 1 (S) 1 (S) 1 (P) 1 (P) 1 (S) 1 (P) 1 (S) 1 (P) 1 (S) 1 (S) 1 (P) 2 (S) 1 (S) 1 (P) 2 (S) 1 (S) 1 (S) 1 (S) 1 (S) 1 (S) 2 (C) 1 (H) 2 (S) 2 (S)

Per N.E.C. 1 1/2" 3/4" 3/4" 3/4" 2 1/2" 2 1/2" 1" 3/4" 2 1/2" 1/2" 1/2" 3/4" 2 1/2" 1 1/2" 2" 2" 2 1/2" 1" 1 1/2" 1 1/2" 2 1/2" 1" 2" 3" 2" 2 1/2" 1 1/2" 1 1/2"

Per N.E.C. --25' --52' 52' 52' 52' 72' 85' 55' 55' 50' 56' 56' 56' 121'

B C A A

30 31 32 33

CB CB IR2 IR2

PBK ST MA MA

1 (P) 2 (P) 1 (P) 1 (S)

2" 3/4" 3/4" 2 1/2"

50' 50' 85' 85' If required.

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

MSA MSA MSA MA MA MA MA MA MS TV TV TV WD WD TV IR2 PHY WD

77' --------33' 90' 52' 52' ----Verify with manufacturer.

Project Number

Phy. PHY Monitor WD SP SP HCU MW MG

Not needed if HCU is connected via network For Cooling Hoses. For H.T. cables Verify with local Philips service (Physio Monitor). For future options (Bolus Chase, 3D-RA and Tableside Analysis Module).

Control TV Room MSA Control Room

Refer to electrical legend - Sheet EL and electrical plan - Sheet E1

E2
Sheet 19 of 24

N-SRD-99003

Stub above finished ceiling. Recommended for possible future network connection. Verify with manufacturer

Drawn By

77'

THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.

Quote Number

O.A. Number

Date

- Standard Reference Drawing Not Site Specific Allura 9 Floor

Electrical Requirement Notes for Systems with PDU


Electrical power distribution at the facility shall comply with: Utilization voltages per ANSI C84.1 - 1982 range A. J-box "PBK", nipples and other mounting hardware must be supplied by customer as required. Voltage to be supplied is 3 phase, delta or wye. Phase conductors to be sized for instantaneous voltage drop per NEC 517 73 and Philips recommendations. On systems with a PDU, the ground conductor for the power feeder shall be sized per NEC requirements. The size of the ground conductor shall never be less than 1/2 the cross-sectional area of the phase conductors and never smaller than #5 AWG. Metal conduit shall not be used as the equipment ground conductor. ANSI / NFPA 70 - National Electrical Code Article 250 - grounding Article 517 - health care facilities ANSI / NFPA 99 - health care facilities NEMA standard XR9 - power supply guideline for x-ray machines 36.82" 935mm Nominal Line Voltage: Line Voltage Variation: Line Voltage Balance: Frequency Variation: Voltage Surges: Voltage Sags: Line Impulses: Power Output: Supply Configuration:

Power Quality Requirements


Velara 100KW with PDU 4000 100 KW 3 phase, 3 wire power and ground, Delta or wye 3 phase, 4 wire power w/Neutral + ground, wye
10% steady-state 2% maximum of nominal voltage between phases 1.0 Hz To 110% of steady-state voltage 100 msecs. Maximum duration, 6 per hour maximum

One 1 1/2" and two 2", nipples mounted thru j-box "PBK" cover plate

T0 90% of steady-state voltage 100 msecs. Maximum duration, 6 per hour maximum 1000 VPK above phase-neutral RMS absolute maximum. No more than 1 impulse per hour to exceed 500VPK. 2.0 volts maximum RMS value No more than 1 per hour that exceeds 25 volts and 1 Mjoule 3.0 volts steady-state maximum. Over 3.0 volts permitted for 100msec. maximum, 1 per hour max. 0.1 Ohms @ 60 Hz. Maximum Velara 100KW with PDU 4000

Neutral-Ground Voltage: Neutral-Ground Impulses:

18" x 18" x 4" J-box "PBK" PDU 4000 with J-box "PBK" flush or surface mounted behind unit.

Power Quality Guidelines


High Frequency Noise: 1. Power supplied to medical imaging equipment must be separate from power feeds to air conditioning, elevators, outdoor lighting, and other frequently switched or motorized loads. Such loads can cause waveform distortion and voltage fluctuations that can hinder high quality imaging. 2. Equipment that utilizes the facility power system to transmit control signals (especially clock systems) may interfere with medical imaging equipment, thus requiring special filtering. Ground Conductor Impedance:

PDU 4000 Mounting Detail

Branch Circuit and Wire Gauge Requirements


Branch Power: Max. Stand by Current: 225 KVA 8 Amps. @ 3 mA, 110 KVP continuous

3 Phase, + gnd. Size per conductor size chart

2" chase nipples with fittings (each input and output) Provided by Customer / Electrical Contractor 3 Phase & Neutral 18" x 18" x 4" J-box "PBK" C.B. Input Out (X-ray Generator) Mains "MA" Rack Out (Ground Busbar)
X-ray Generator Mains "MA" Rack

3. The following devices provide a high impedance, nonlinear voltage source, which may affect image quality: Static UPS systems, Series filters, Power conditioners, and Voltage regulators. Do not install such devices at the mains supply to medical imaging equipment without consulting Philips installation or service personnel. 4. Line impedance is the combined resistance and inductance of the electrical system and includes the impedence of the power source, the facility distribution system, and all phase conductors between the source and the imaging equipment. Philips publishes recommended conductor sizes based on equipment power requirements, acceptable voltage drops, and assumptions about the facility source impedance. The minimum conductor size is based on the total line impedance and NEC requirements. Unless impedance calculations are performed by an electrical engineer, the recommended values must be used.

Facility Source ( or "Y")

PDU 4000

Size per equipment power requirements

#1 AWG

#1 AWG Ground Electrode per NEC 250-30 (Building steel preferred) "MG"

Max. Phase-phase impedance @ CB Panel Max. Load Voltage Drop @ CB Panel Percent Regulation at Maximum Load @ CB Panel

0.0.38

0.055

0.065

0.075

11.0 V 2.8 %

14.5 V 3.3 %

16.4 V 3.6 %

18.2V 3.8 %

Output Voltage PDU 4000: Max. Inst. Current @ PDU output:

480VAC +/- 10 % 305 Amps 0.080 @ PDU output 24.4 V @ PDU output 6.4 % @ PDU output

Note: Conductors, destinations, and number of conduit runs from PDU to J-box "PBK" and from J-box to equipment will vary from system to system. Consult individual site plans for detailed conduit schedules.

Max. Phase-Phase Impedance: Max. Load Voltage Drop: Percent Regulation at Max. Load:

PDU 4000 Electrical Interface

(04.0)

Minimum copper wire size, circuit breaker to PDU: #1 PBK CB

ED1
Sheet 20 of 24

N-SRD-99003

Emergency Power

Project Number

Drawn By

If required by facility or local code

Shunt Trip

Pull box for Ground Busbar "PBG"

Inst. Current @ CB Panel

290 A

264 A

252 A

242 A

Quote Number

1/0 AWG 2/0 AWG 3/0 AWG 4/0 AWG 250 KCM 300 KCM 400 KCM

400 VAC 66 ft 83 ft 105 ft 134 ft 157 ft 188 ft 253 ft

440 VAC 80 ft 100 ft 127 ft 162 ft 190 ft 227 ft 306 ft

460 VAC 87 ft 110 ft 139 ft 177 ft 207 ft 249 ft 335 ft

480 VAC 95 ft 120 ft 151 ft 193 ft 226 ft 271 ft 365 ft

O.A. Number

Circuit Breaker: 3 pole, 125 amperes Maximum Instantaneous Power: 201 KVA (1000 MA @ 100 KVP) Recommended conductor sizes for 1% impedance of branch conductors. Based on 75C copper conductors:

Date

- Standard Reference Drawing Not Site Specific Allura 9 Floor

380, 400, 440, 460, or 480 VAC, 60 Hz

THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.

21.95" 558mm

Ground Busbar Application


2.52" 64mm 2.52" 64mm Accepts #6 AWG - 350 KCM (2 per block) From Mains Disconnect or Power Distribution Unit and building steel. #1 AWG To be installed in 12" x 12" x 4" cut-out box or equivalent To X-ray Generator(s)

Invasive Procedures This equipment may be used for invasive procedures; therefore, the area to be installed is classified as critical care area per NFPA-99 and NFPA-70 (NEC). These documents specify maximum touch voltages and ground impedance in these areas. Test performed by PMSNA service ensure that these specifications are met by the PMSNA equipment. It is the facility's responsibility to ensure that these specifications are met by the wall outlets, facility structure, and other equipment not installed by PMSNA.

7.80" 198mm

Accepts #14 AWG - #4 AWG (12 per block)

1. Furnished and installed by Customer / Contractor 2. Purchase from local Ferraz Shawmut distributor, http://www.ferrazshawmutsales.com/index.htm Catalog #69143. 3. 62000 - 69000 Series Blocks http://www.ferrazshawmutsales.com/pdfs/PDB-LARGE.pdf

3.27 " 83mm

Conductor sizes #14 - #4 AWG

The PMSNA specified "Central Ground Busbar" serves as a ground reference for PMSNA equipment. It may also serve as the "Reference Grounding Point" of the room as defined in NFPA-99 (3-5.2.1.2) for non-PMSNA equipment.

To metallic structure within patient vicinity

To other equipment and room outlets

To Philips' equipment insulated from accidental earthing


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PBG

Wall Duct Xray On Light Terminal Box General contractor to cut bottom of box as required Full size grommetted opening by customer/ contractor Philips "MA" wall box Hospital supplied 24 VAC

Supplied by Contractor. Contractor to locate relay box in ceiling space away from Philips equipment.

Philips "MA" wall box (Sysco/MPD cabinet)

Door Switch AYX 14 Supplied by Contractor. To be located in ceiling space away from Philips equipment. 3-Way Wall Switch 110 VAC to 24 VAC

Recommended: Grainger - part #5GC05 or Control International - part #862-5000-00 (To be supplied by Contractor) 1 - 1/2" conduit W/3 - #12 AWG Hospital supplied 110 VAC

75.00" 1905mm

Relay 110 VAC

Project Number

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Wall duct

Finished Floor

Detail for Typical Connection of X-Ray On Light & Door Switch


(Optional)
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3-Way Wall Switch 1 - 1/2" conduit W/3 - #12 AWG

MW MB MA MS MG

Wall Box Mounting Detail

To light circuit WL DS *Foot Switch should be on 4'-0" cord exiting from tablebase area. All items shown (except Philips items) to be supplied by Customer / Contractor.
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Push On Push Off

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19 489 .25" mm

Hospital supplied 110 VAC N HOT

Detail for Typical Connection of Room Lights to Foot Switch


(Optional)

THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.

O.A. Number

- Standard Reference Drawing Not Site Specific Allura 9 Floor

4.76" 121mm

5.51" 140mm

Cable Trough Divisions


1'-7.69" 500mm

1'-7.69" 500mm Power & Grounds Signal & Data Video (if not in conduit) High Tension (if separate conduit not used)

MG

1'-7.69" 500mm

1'-7.69" 500mm

1'-7.69" 500mm

Crossover Example

Generator Exclusion Zone


Only cables/conduits going to cabinets located within the exclusion zone are allowed. All other cable/conduit runs must be routed outside the exclusion zone. May effect other vendors imaging equipment.

1'-7.69" 500mm

5. It is important that all cables are placed in the appropriate trough and at no given point do any cables from one division cross with cables from another. Trough separation must be continuous from the beginning to the end of the run. Utilize crossover tunnels as appropriate please see example below 6. Trough or ducts: steel with steel dividers grounded to building ground. 7. Contractor to provide cable restraints in all troughs. 8. No cables, except cables to and from the "G" rack and transformer, must pass through the 19.69" (0.5m) exclusion zone around "G".

Exclusion zone

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- Standard Reference Drawing Not Site Specific Allura 9 Floor

Troughs or ducts must be separated by metal barriers into three sections: 1. High voltage (H.T.) cables to be run separately from all other cables. 2. Power cables and ground cables can be run together. 3. Signal cables and data cables can be run together but must be separated from power cables. 4. Video cables to be run separately from all other cables.

THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.

1'-7.69" 500mm

1'-7.69" 500mm

8'-.66" 2455mm

Philips Medical Systems Remote Services Network (RSN)


Secure broadband connection required for Philips remote technical support, diagnostics, and applications assistance Broadband Site-to-Site Connectivity (Preferred)
This connectivity method is designed for customers who prefer a connection from the RSN Data Center to the Health Care Facility (HCF) utilizing their existing VPN equipment. Connectivity Details: - A Site-to-Site connection from the RSN data center's Cisco router will be established to the HCF's VPN concentrator - The VPN Tunnel will be an IPSEC, 3DES encrypted Tunnel using IKE as standard, but alternative standards are also available, such as AES, MD5, SHA, Security Association lifetime and Encryption Mode - Every system that we will be servicing remotely will have a static NAT IP that we configure on the RSN Data center side.

This connectivity method is designed for customers who have a dedicated high speed connection for Philips equipment. Connectivity Details: - An RSN Cisco 1711 or 1712 router will be preconfigured and installed at the HCF by Philips in conjunction with the HCF IT representative. - The VPN Tunnel will be an IPSEC, 3DES encrypted Tunnel using IKE and will be established from the RSN-DC and terminated at the RSN Router on-site - One to One NAT is used to limit access to Philips eqiupment only - Router Config and IP auditing is enabled for Customer IT to view via website 24/7 - Dedicated DSL connections are also supported Option 1: Parallel to HCF Firewall Connectivity Method This connectivity method is designed for customers who prefer a Philips RSN Router installed on site utilizing all the security features provided and managed by Philips.
Philips Router

General Network Overview (not site specific)

Health Care Facility


Philips Router Philips PACS Philips Nuc Med Philips M R

Internet
Philips VPN or Site-to-Site VPN

Hospital Network

Philips X-Ray

General Network Overview (not site specific)

HCF VPN Concentrator Router

Health Care Facility


Philips Nuc Med Philips M R

Health Care Facility


Philips PACS Philips Nuc Med Philips M R

Ultrasound

Patient Monitoring

Philips CT

Philips PACS
c

Internet
Shared VPN

Hospital Network

Philips X-Ray

General Network Overview (not site specific)

Firewalls Philips CT

Internet
Philips VPN or Site-to-Site VPN

Hospital Network

Philips X-Ray

Ultrasound

Patient Monitoring

Ultrasound

Health Care Facility


General Network Overview (not site specific)
Philips Router Philips PACS Philips Nuc Med Philips M R

Internet
Philips VPN or Site-to-Site VPN

Hospital Network

Philips X-Ray

Project Number

Ultrasound

Patient Monitoring

Action Required by Hospital: - Assign a fixed public IP Address from the ISP to be configured on the Philips router. This is the DOTTED link on the picture connected to the firewall. - Assign a Back end IP for the Philips router on the Hospital Network - Complete appropriate Site Checklist - Route traffic from within the hospital network with destination addresses 192.68.48.0/22 to internal Philips router Ethernet interface. This is the DASHED line connected to the firewall. - Configure and allow on the firewall on the DASHED line interface access between the IP address allocated by the hospital to the Philips internal Ethernet router interface and the target modality IP address.
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Option 2: Back End Connected to the HCF Firewall Connectivity Method This connectivity method is designed for customers who prefer a Philips RSN Router installed on site by setting up an IP-Based policy allowing access thru existing HCF Firewall to Philips equipment.

O.A. Number

Date

Action Required by Hospital: - Review and approve connection details - Complete appropriate Site Checklist - Configure and allow Site-to-Site access prior to setting up connectivity depending on the access criteria that the HCF decides to implement (ex: Source IP filtering, destination IP filtering, NAT assignment, etc.) - Route traffic from within the hospital network with destination addresses 192.68.48.0/22 to the designed IP provided by Philips

Patient Monitoring

Philips CT

Action Required by Hospital: - Assign a fixed public IP Address from the ISP to be configured on the Philips router. This is the DOTTED link on the picture connected to the firewall. - Assign a Back end IP for the Philips router on the Hospital Network - Complete appropriate Site Checklist - Route traffic from within the hospital network with destination addresses 192.68.48.0/22 to internal Philips router Ethernet interface. This is the DASHED line connected to the firewall.

Action Required by Hospital: - Assign a fixed public IP Address from the ISP to be configured on the Philips router. This is the DOTTED link on the picture connected to the firewall. - Assign a Back end IP for the Philips router on the Hospital Network - Complete appropriate Site Checklist - Route traffic from within the hospital network with destination addresses 192.68.48.0/22 to internal Philips router Ethernet interface. This is the DASHED line connected to the firewall. - Configure and allow on the firewall on the DASHED line interface IPSec protocol communication by opening protocol 500, 50, 51, 47 and port 23 + TACACS. Traffic should be between external IP Address located on the Philips router and the RSN Data center IP address 192.68.48/24 and IP address AOSN TACAS - Configure and allow on the firewall on the DASHED line interface access between the IP address allocated by the hospital to the Philips internal Ethernet router interface and the target modality IP address

- Standard Reference Drawing Not Site Specific Allura 9 Floor

Broadband Router Installed at Health Care Facility

Option 3: Router Installed Inside the HCF's DZM This connectivity method is designed for customers who prefer the RSN Router installed inside and existing, or new DMZ, allowing access to Philips equipment.

THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.

Instructions
This form is to be used by Project Manager, Contractor and Service Engineer. Information is used to develop and determine site ready date. Items listed are go/no go items for delivery unless noted as delay only items. Items identified with *** as delayed items must be completed after hours or on weekend. These itmes cannot be accomplished while installation is in progress. Also, these items must be completed within two days of installation start or they may stop installation.

Items Specific for the Cardio/Vascular modality Unistrut installed and level according to Philips specifications Floor plates installed and level according to Philips specifications All cover plates have holes punched and nipples required and bushings installed

Building steel ground installed to PDU

Site Readiness Checklist


Modality: ________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________ OA#: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Site Name: __________________________________________________________________________________________________ Location: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Contact Name: _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Contact Phone Number: ________________________________________________________________________________________

Room electrical grounds installed to PPC middle section Conduit lengths measured according to Philips specifications. NOTE: Specifications is from source box to destination box (not just conduit run length) Routing of ductwork and conduits must be installed according to Philips specifications, so that nothing goes through the 1.5 meter (OMCP generator) or 0.5 meter (Velera generator) exclusion zone exept those going to the generator and tank Cable cross-over tunnels on site, 10 for the monoplane and 15 for the biplane systems. NOTE: acceptable cross-overs: Walker Duct Cat. #RPD10-TUN-3C / Square D Cat. #RSV122ST

Customer site preparation verified in general against the Philips final planning drawings. Walls finished including painting. Doors installed. Floor leveled according to Philips drawings and specifications. Floors are tiled/covered finished. Flooring is covered with protective covering (scratch protection). Ceiling lights installed.

HVAC environmental equipment installed and working according to Philips specifications.

Electrical preparation according to Philips specifications. All network cabling, drops installed according to Philips specifications (including hardcopy cameras). All pre-cabling identified on Philips drawings has been installed. Pre-move survey completed - Delivery route identified.

Date

Ceiling installation completed.

X-ray warning lights installed ***. Dedicated phone line for modem use***. Room has been cleaned ***. Cabinets and casework installed***.

Project Number

RSN survey completed and submitted

Drawn By

Led glass installed ***.

Approved for Delivery

Project Manager

Date

Service Engineer

Date

CHK
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Cable conduit and ductwork installed and clean. Position checked. Duct covers in place but not finally closed. Cable opening are clear, without sharp edges. Pull strings in conduit. Installation per Philips specifications.

- Standard Reference Drawing Not Site Specific Allura 9 Floor

Emergency power requirements installed according to Philips specifications

THE INFORMATION IN THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED AS A CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE, AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS OR CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS. 7.20.07 Philips assumes no liability nor offers any warranty for the fitness or adequacy of the premises or the utilities available at the premises in which the equipment is to be installed, used, or stored.