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Service Manual

HyBase 6100
Operating Table
Copyright

The device bears CE mark indicating its conformity with the provisions of the Council
Directive 93/42/EEC concerning medical devices and fulfills the essential requirements of
Annex I of this directive.

The device complies with the requirements of EN 60601-1-2 “Electromagnetic Compatibility –


Medical Electrical Equipment”.

© 2009-2010 Nanjing Mindray Bio-Medical Electronics Co., Ltd. All rights Reserved.

Due to continuous product innovation, the software or technical specifications in this manual
may change without notice. When this happens, a new issue of this manual will be released.

For this Operator’s Manual, the issued Date is 2010-07 (Version: 1.2).

Intellectual Property Statement

NANJING MINDRAY BIO-MEDICAL ELECTRONICS CO., LTD. (hereinafter called Mindray)

owns the intellectual property rights to this Mindray device and this manual. This manual can

refer to information protected by copyrights or patents and does not convey any license under

the patent rights or copyright of Mindray, or of others.

Mindray intends to maintain the contents of this manual as confidential information.

Disclosure of the information in this manual in any manner whatsoever without the written
permission of Mindray is strictly forbidden.

Release, amendment, reproduction, distribution, rental, adaption and translation or any other

derivative work of this manual in any manner whatsoever without the written permission of
Mindray is strictly forbidden.

, are the registered trademarks, registered or otherwise of


Mindray in China and other countries. All other trademarks that appear in this manual are

used only for informational or editorial purposes. They are the property of their respective

owners.

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Responsibility on the Manufacturer Party

Contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice.

All information contained in this manual is believed to be correct. Mindray shall not be liable

for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the

furnishing, performance, or use of this manual.

Mindray is responsible for the effects on safety, reliability and performance of this device, only

if:

 all installation operations, expansions, changes, modifications and repairs of this device
are conducted by Mindray authorized personnel.
 the electrical installation of the relevant room complies with the applicable national and
local requirements, and
 the device is used in accordance with the instructions for use.

 This device must be operated by skilled/trained clinical professionals.

 It is important for the hospital or organization that employs this device to carry
out a reasonable service/maintenance plan. Neglect of this can cause machine
breakdown or personal injury.

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Warranty

THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES,


EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

Definitions

 Main unit: Integrated facilities which implement the specified function separately.
Generally speaking, the main unit should include power supply, control system and some
functional modules.
 Accessories: Materials connected to the main unit to extend or implement specified
function.
 Consumables: Disposable or short-life parts which should be replaced each time after
use or periodically.

Exemptions
Mindray's obligation or liability under this warranty does not include any transportation or
other charges or liability for direct, indirect or consequential damages or delay resulting from
the improper use or application of the device or the use of parts or accessories not approved
by Mindray or repairs by people other than Mindray authorized personnel.

This warranty shall not extend to:


 Malfunction or damage caused by improper use or man-made failure.
 Malfunction or damage caused by unstable or out-of-range power input.
 Malfunction or damage caused by force majeure such as fire and earthquake.
 Malfunction or damage caused by improper operation or repair by unqualified or
unauthorized service people.
 Malfunction of the device or part whose serial number is not legible enough.
 Others not caused by device or part itself.

The standard warranty period is as below:


 Main unit: 18 months from shipment
 Accessories: 6 months from shipment
 Consumables: N/A

III
Return Policy

Return Procedure
In the event that it becomes necessary to return this device or part of this device to Mindray,
the following procedure should be followed:

Return authorization: Contact the Customer Service Department and obtain a Customer
Service Authorization number. This number must appear on the outside of the shipping
container. Returned shipments will not be accepted if the number is not clearly visible. Please
provide the model number, serial number, and a brief description of the reason for return.
Freight policy: The customer is responsible for freight charges when this device is shipped to
Mindray for service (this includes customs charges).
Return address: Please send the part(s) or device to the address offered by the Customer
Service Department.

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Contact Information
Manufacturer: Nanjing Mindray Bio-Medical Electronics Co., Ltd.
Address: 55# Jiangjun Road, Jiangning, 211100 Nanjing, Jiangsu, P.R.China

Tel: +86 25 52076000

Fax: +86 25 52076002

EC-Representative: Shanghai International Trading Corporation GmbH (Hamburg)

Address: Eiffestrasse 80, 20537 Hamburg, Germany

Tel: 0049-40-2513175

Fax: 0049-40-255726

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Table of Contents
1 System Overview .......................................................................................1-1
1.1 Safety ................................................................................................. 1-1
1.1.1 Safety Notes............................................................................. 1-1
1.1.2 Safety Instructions .................................................................... 1-1
1.2 Graphical Symbols.............................................................................. 1-3

2 Introduction ................................................................................................2-1
2.1 Principle of Operation.......................................................................... 2-1
2.1.1 General .................................................................................... 2-1
2.2 Electrical ............................................................................................. 2-3
2.2.1 Main Control Unit...................................................................... 2-3
2.2.2 Man-machine Interface ............................................................. 2-3
2.2.3 Power Module .......................................................................... 2-4
2.3 Hydraulic system................................................................................. 2-6
2.4 Software ............................................................................................. 2-7

3 Unpacking Instructions .............................................................................3-1


3.1 Unpacking Procedure.......................................................................... 3-1

4 Test and Maintenance................................................................................4-1


4.1 General............................................................................................... 4-1
4.2 Inspection with Power Switched off ..................................................... 4-2
4.3 Inspection with Power Switched on ..................................................... 4-3
4.4 Maintenance ....................................................................................... 4-4
4.4.1 Daily Maintenance .................................................................... 4-4
4.4.2 Cleaning and Disinfection ......................................................... 4-4
4.4.3 Maintenance............................................................................. 4-5
4.5 Electrical Safety Tests ......................................................................... 4-6
4.5.1 Enclosure Leakage Current Test ............................................... 4-7
4.5.2 Earth Leakage Current Test ...................................................... 4-7
4.5.3 Patient Leakage Current Test.................................................... 4-7

5 Repair and Disassembly ...........................................................................5-1


5.1 Tools................................................................................................... 5-1
5.2 Preparations ....................................................................................... 5-2
5.3 Dissembling Operating Table............................................................... 5-3
5.3.1 Removing Base Cover.............................................................. 5-3
5.3.2 Removing Main Control Board .................................................. 5-4
5.3.3 Removing Power Board ............................................................ 5-5
5.3.4 Removing Power Button Assembly ........................................... 5-5

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5.3.5 Removing Override panel ......................................................... 5-6


5.3.6 Removing Batteries .................................................................. 5-7
5.3.7 Removing Oil Pump Assembly .................................................. 5-7
5.3.8 Changing Oil............................................................................. 5-8
5.3.9 Removing Solenoid Valve Assembly ......................................... 5-8
5.3.10 Removing Castors and Hydraulic Feet ...................................... 5-9
5.3.11 Removing Leather Bellows ..................................................... 5-10
5.3.12 Removing Column Cover........................................................ 5-11
5.3.13 Removing Trendelenburg/ Reverse Trendelenburg Position
Sensor and Left/Right Tilt Sensor ...................................................... 5-11
5.3.14 Removing Back Plate Sensor ................................................. 5-12
5.3.15 Removing Back Plate Cylinder................................................ 5-13
5.3.16 Removing Longitudinal-Shift Cylinder...................................... 5-15
5.3.17 Removing Trendelenburg/Reverse Trendelenburg Position
Cylinder and Left/Right Tilt Cylinder................................................... 5-16

6 Troubleshooting.........................................................................................6-1
6.1 General............................................................................................... 6-1
6.2 Replacing Part .................................................................................... 6-2
6.3 Troubleshooting Flow Chart................................................................. 6-3
6.4 Malfunctions Definition ........................................................................ 6-4
6.4.1 Main Control Board and its Junctions ........................................ 6-4
6.4.2 Factory Mode Definition............................................................ 6-6
6.4.3 Installing Back Plate Sensor ..................................................... 6-8
6.4.4 Installing Trendelenburg/ Reverse Trendelenburg Position Sensor6-10
6.4.5 Installing Left/Right Tilt Sensor ................................................ 6-10
6.4.6 Plastic Plate on the Base ........................................................ 6-11
6.4.7 Joint of the Head/Leg plate ..................................................... 6-11
6.5 Basic Malfunction Alarm .................................................................... 6-12
6.5.1 Indicator Alarm ....................................................................... 6-12
6.5.2 Movement Failure................................................................... 6-14
6.5.3 Noise Failure .......................................................................... 6-17
6.5.4 Oil Leak Failure ...................................................................... 6-18
6.5.5 Installation Failure................................................................... 6-19

7 Parts ............................................................................................................7-1
7.1 General............................................................................................... 7-1
7.2 Assembly Structure ............................................................................. 7-3
7.2.1 Table-top Assembly................................................................... 7-3
7.2.2 Main-Body Assembly ................................................................ 7-4
7.2.3 Column Assembly..................................................................... 7-6
7.2.4 Base Assembly......................................................................... 7-7
7.3 Electromagnetic Valve Assembly ....................................................... 7-10
7.3.1 Oil Pump Assembly................................................................. 7-11

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7.3.2 Switch and Socket Assembly .................................................. 7-12


7.3.3 Override Panel Assembly........................................................ 7-13
7.3.4 Oil Tank Assembly .................................................................. 7-14

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1 System Overview

1.1 Safety

1.1.1 Safety Notes

Figure 1-1 Definition of safety notes

Note Meaning
Read the statement below the symbol. The statement alerts
you to an operating hazard that can cause personal injury.

Read the statement below the symbol. The statement alerts


you to an operating hazard that can cause personal injury.

Read the statement below the symbol. The statement alerts


you to a possibility of operating table damage or unreliable
analysis results.

1.1.2 Safety Instructions

 The operating table is to be removed by personnel authorized by Nanjing


Mindray only.
 Do not install or use the operating table in a flammable or explosive
environment.

 Before servicing, maintaining or removing the operating table, make sure that
the mains supply has been disconnected from the table.
 Be sure to only use the accessories provided by Nanjing Mindray on the
operating table. Using other accessories can cause personal injury and/or
property damage.
 The wraps should be disposed of in compliance with local governmental or
hospital regulations. Be sure to place the wraps where the children cannot

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touch.
 The operating table can function safely and effectively only if it is maintained
properly. Be sure to maintain the operating table as instructed in this manual.

 Exercise caution when servicing, maintaining or removing the operating table.


Do not injure yourself. Make sure nothing is placed on the table top.

 Exercise caution when transporting/moving the operating table. Otherwise, it


may result in property damage.
 The operating table is to be serviced or maintained regularly by personnel
authorized by Nanjing Mindray every year.

 The potable or mobile RF communication device can affect operation of


medical devices. Make sure the operating table is maintained or/and adjusted
in a proper environment. See chapterA.4 for details in the operator’s manual.
 During the maintenance, make sure that the operating table is well protected
from mechanical collision or damage.

 Refer to the operator’s manual for more information on using the operating
table.

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1.2 Graphical Symbols

Figure 1-2 Symbol Definition

Symbol Meaning

Caution, consult accompanying documents

IPX4 Protection against splashed water

IPX8 Protection against splashed water

Type B applied part

Protective earth (ground)

Equipotentiality

Alternating current

Direct current

Serial number

Date of manufacture

Manufacturer

Authorized representative in the European


Community”

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Power on/off

Temperature limitation

Humidity limitation

Atmospheric pressure

WEEE symbol
The following definition of the WEEE label
applies to EU member states only: the use of
this symbol indicates that this product should
not be treated as household waste. By
ensuring that this product is disposed of
correctly, you will help prevent bringing
potential negative consequences to the
environment and human health. For more
detailed information with regard to returning
and recycling this product, please consult the
distributor from whom you purchased the
product.

ESD warning

Labeling for Class I products. Developed and


marketed in compliance with medical device
directive 93/42/EEC.

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2 Introduction

2.1 Principle of Operation

2.1.1 General

The main components of the operating table are shown in the figure below.

Figure 2-1 The main components of the operating table

1 Head plate 2 Back plate


3 Seat plate 4 Leg plate
5 Release lever (leg plate up / down) 6 Handle screw
7 Locking button (leg plate) 8 Castors
9 Override panel 10 Hand crank for body elevator
11 Potential equalization pole 12 Locking button (head plate)
13 Release lever (head plate up / down)

The operating table is powered by either the 220VAC mains supply or the internal batteries.
When the mains supply is not connected, the operating table automatically runs from the
internal batteries. The power module outputs 24V and 5V DC voltages from other
components.

The hydraulic system is mainly composed of solenoid valves, oil tubing and pumps. The
hydraulic system is controlled by the main control unit.

The corded hand-control and the override panel feature basically the functions. The keys and

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LED indicators communicate with the main control unit thought RS232 interfaces. A foot
switch can be connected to the override control panel.

The operating table has angle sensors monitoring the position of every movement part. The
main control unit is intended to control the table movement by the signals from the sensors.
The temperature sensor is intended to monitor the temperature of the oil tank.

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2.2 Electrical

2.2.1 Main Control Unit

The operating table features automated table-top movements. The block diagram of the
electrical part is shown in the figure below. The main control unit is the core of the electrical
system, with sensors, power modules, and control panels integrated.

The main control unit can

 Monitor and control the power module

 Monitor the table-top position through sensors and limit switches


 Open and close oil pumps and valves.

2.2.2 Man-machine Interface

The man-machine interface consists of the corded hand-control and the override control
panel, both of which provide keys and LED indicators for input/output purposes.
The figure blow shows how the corded hand-control works. It detects the key signals and
sends them to the main control unit through the RS232 interface. Also, it displays the system
status signals through the LED indicators.

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The override panel works in a way similar to that of the override panel, except it also provides
an interface to the foot switch and a beeper. The figure below shows how it works.

2.2.3 Power Module

The power module provides power for other components as well as charges the batteries.
However, the two functions cannot be performed simultaneously, namely it charges the
batteries only when the operating is not working. The block diagram of the module is shown
in the figure below.

When the mains supply is connected, the system automatically selects it over the internal
batteries. The internal batteries work only when the mains supply is off. When the mains
supply is connected, the system charges the batteries automatically if the operating table is
not working. The module provides 5V outputs from electronic boards and 24V output for the
pump and valves. The power at the bottom of the operating table can shut off the power
module’s outputs to the boards, but it will not disable the battery charging function as long as
the mains supply is connected.

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2.3 Hydraulic system

The operating table is basically hydraulic-driven system. Every automated table-top


movement is driven by the hydraulic system, which consists of the pump, solenoid valves and
tubing. Multiple types of oil cylinders are used to accomplish the automated table-top
movements.

The figure below shows how the hydraulic system works. There are totally 6 hydraulic
branches (maximum configuration). The branches are either single action or double action.

The pump used in the hydraulic system is a DC motor pump, whose nominal working
pressure is 7Mpa, voltage 24V, current 8A, output power 100W and output volume 0.7L/min.

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2.4 Software

The system software of the operating table mainly consists of the software of the corded
hand-control, the software of the override panel and the software of the main control unit.
The main functions of the software of the main control unit include monitoring the power
status, communicating between the input and output ports, controlling the solenoid valves
and pump and collecting signals sent by the sensors.

The corded hand-control is the main man-machine interface. Its functions include sending the
key signals to the main control unit and receiving LED indication signals sent by the main
control unit.

The main functions of the software of the override panel include sending the key signals and
foot switch signals to the main control unit and receiving LED indication signals sent by the
main control unit

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3 Unpacking Instructions

3.1 Unpacking Procedure

The whole shipping crate of the operating table is shown in the figure below,

When shipping the operating table to the appointed place, unpack the crate following the steps
below.

1. Check whether the TILTWATCH is colored. If the TILTWATCH is white, the crate is
not tipped. If red, tipping has occurred. Be sure to carefully check whether every
hydraulic part leaks oil. If necessary, open the base cover of the operating table to
check whether there is oil in the base.

2. Be sure to reserve enough room at the crate exit (indicated by a big arrow). Cut the

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plastic strap, and remove the top and body of the crate. Place the crate top on the
exit to be a slope, as shown in the figure below. Affix the Velcro strap (a).

Velcro
strap
Crate cover
Board (b)

3. Remove the accessories carton. Cut the plastic strap, and remove the strap and the
plastic film. Do not damage the table surface.
4. Pull and remove the board (b) on the exit. Push the operating table from the slope to
the desired position.
5. Be sure to dispose of the wraps in compliance with local governmental or hospital
regulations.

 Exercise caution during the unpacking procedure. Be sure to protect the


operating table from collision.
 The wraps should be disposed of in compliance with local governmental or
hospital regulations. Be sure to place the wraps where the children cannot
touch.

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4 Test and Maintenance

4.1 General

To ensure that the operating table can work normally for a long term, you should regularly
check, maintain and test it. This chapter content is based on the basic test methods of the
operating table, and the recommended test tools. Be sure to maintain and test the operating
table as needs, and choose the proper test tools.

The test and verification methods in this chapter are intended to verify whether the table
performance can meet the required specifications. During the test process, if the test result
cannot meet the requirement, there are failures on a certain part of the operating table. Be sure
to maintain or replace it at once. If you have any questions else, contact the service
department authorized by Nanjing Mindray.

 The operating table is to be tested and maintained by the personnel authorized


by Nanjing Mindray.
 Before testing the operating table, make sure the test tools are proper and
exact. Be familiar with these tools.

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4.2 Inspection with Power Switched off

The inspection is intended to check the appearance of the operating table and the mechanical
movements of every part. If there is not obvious surface damage and all the moments can
work normally, the table can pass the inspection.

You should check:

1. Is there any damage on such parts as the body of the operating table, the corded
control, the cables, the base of the operating table and accessories?

2. Are the safety notes and nominal plate clear and recognizable?
3. Can the head plate and the leg plates move normally?

4. Can every accessory normally install and replace?

5. Can every accessory be placed to the desired body position?

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4.3 Inspection with Power Switched on

The inspection ensures whether the operating table can normally power on, and every
automated movement can normally work. You should check:

1. Push the “Power Switch” on the base of the operating table. Press the “Power on” on
the ceded hand control and observe whether all the indicators on the control are
normal.
2. Press every key on the corded hand control, and observe whether all the keys can
work normally.
3. Press every key on the override panel, and observe whether all the keys can work
normally.
4. Operate every control switch on the foot switch, and observe whether all switches
can work normally.
5. If abnormal situations occur, see the chapter 5 to locate the failure, and maintain the
operating table.

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4.4 Maintenance

4.4.1 Daily Maintenance

Maintain the operating table following the instructions below.

1. When not using the operating table for a long term, be sure to store the table in an
environment with proper temperature, humidity and atmospheric pressure conditions,
-40℃-60℃, 10%-95%, and 500hPa-1060hPa respectively. Keep the operating
table upright. Do not tip over the table.
2. When using the operating table, make sure the floor of the operating room is
horizontal. Otherwise, the table may cause tipping hazard.
3. The weight of the operating table is 200kg (not including the accessories), the max
load is 250kg. When using the table, be sure to properly lock the table body.
4. Do not sit on the leg plate, the head plate. Otherwise, it may cause property damage.
5. When raising to the limit of the body elevator, be sure to lightly adjust the crank hand.
Otherwise, it may be hard to lower the body elevator.
6. During the surgery, do not connect with 220VAC mains.

7. After the surgery, clean the operating table, and adjust it to the best rest state (table
top shifted to the limit of the foot end and descended to the lowest position) to
prevent air from entering the hydraulic system.
8. In case of the normal use frequency (5 to 7 days every week and 5-10 hours every
day), charge the battery of the operating table every day. To charge it, plug the power
cable into a power outlet overnight.
9. If the operating table is not used for a long term, be sure to charge it every two
weeks.

10. Regularly check whether the connecting wire of the corded hand control is normal.
11. Check whether all the screws are tightened on the table top and the column of the
operating table. Move the table and check whether the hydraulic system leaks oil on
the floor. If you find any questions, maintain the table at once.

4.4.2 Cleaning and Disinfection

Before cleaning/disinfecting the operating table, you should:

1. Level the table top, and then raise it to the highest point.

2. Wipe the table top with the cleaning agent.

3. Wipe it with cleaning water.

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4. Use a dry and soft cloth to wipe it.

The following cleaning agents are recommended:

 Mildly alkaline (soap solution)

 Aldehydes

 Quaternary compounds

 Guanidine derivative

If the surface is extremely soiled, use the concentrated agent to clean it following the method
above.

 Be sure to only use the recommended agents and methods to clean the
operating table.

The following cleaning agents are forbidden:

 Disinfectants containing alcohol

 Disinfectants containing chlorine or compounds which can release chlorine

 Do not use the cleaning agents contain alcohol.


 Do not clean/disinfect the operating table mechanically.

4.4.3 Maintenance

1. Complete electrical/safety inspections should be conducted every year by personnel


authorized by Nanjing Mindray.
2. It is recommended that the operating table be serviced by professionals every year.
3. It is recommended that the hydraulic oil be replaced by professionals every 5 years.

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4.5 Electrical Safety Tests

 Electrical safety tests are a proven means of verifying the electrical safety of
the equipment. They are intended for determining potential electrical
hazards. Failure to find out these hazards timely may cause personnel
injury.

 Commercially available test equipment such as safety analyzer, etc. can be


used for electrical safety tests. The service personnel should acquaint
themselves with the use of the test equipment.
 Electrical safety tests should meet the requirements of the new edition of
standards EN 60601-1.
 These electrical safety tests do not supersede local requirements.

 All devices using the AC mains and connected to medical equipment within
patient environments must meet the requirements of the IEC 60601-1
medical electrical systems standard and should be put under electrical
safety tests at the frequency recommended for the product.

Electrical safety tests are intended to check if potential electrical hazards to the patient,
operator or service personnel of the equipment. Electrical safety test should be performed
under normal ambient conditions of temperature, humidity and pressure.

The electrical safety test plan described hereafter takes 601 safety analyzer as an example.
Different safety analyzers may be used in different areas. Be sure to choose applicable test
plan.

Connection of the equipment is shown below:

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Test tools

 Safety analyzer

 Isolation transformer

4.5.1 Enclosure Leakage Current Test

1. Connect the 601 safety analyzer to an AC power supply (264 V, 60 Hz).


2. Connect SUM terminal of the applied part connection apparatus to RA input terminal
of 601 safety analyzer, another terminal to the applied part of EUT.
3. Connect the EUT to the analyzer’s auxiliary output connector using a power cord.
4. Attach one end of the red lead to the “Red input terminal” of the analyzer, and the
other end to tinsel over the enclosure of the EUT.
5. Power on the 601 safety analyzer and then press the “5-Enclosure leakage” button
on the analyzer’s panel to enter the enclosure leakage test screen.
6. Under normal condition, the enclosure leakage current should be no greater than
100 μA. Under single fault condition, it should be no greater than 500 μA.

4.5.2 Earth Leakage Current Test

1. Connect the 601 safety analyzer to an AC power supply (264 V, 60 Hz).


2. Connect SUM terminal of the applied part connection apparatus to RA input terminal
of 601 safety analyzer, another terminal to the applied part of EUT.
3. Connect the EUT to the analyzer’s auxiliary output connector using a power cord.
4. Power on the 601 safety analyzer and then press the “4-Earth leakage” button on
the analyzer’s panel to enter the earth leakage test screen.
5. Under normal condition, the earth leakage current should be no greater than 500 μA.
Under single fault condition, it should be no greater than 1000 μA.

4.5.3 Patient Leakage Current Test

1. Connect the 601 safety analyzer to an AC power supply (264 V, 60 Hz).


2. Connect SUM terminal of the applied part connection apparatus to RA input terminal
of 601 safety analyzer, another terminal to the applied part of EUT.
3. Connect the EUT to the analyzer’s auxiliary output connector using a power cord.
4. Power on the 601 safety analyzer and then press the “6-Patient leakage” button on

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the analyzer’s panel to enter the Patient leakage test screen.。


5. Repeatedly press the “Applied Part” button to measure AC and DC leakage
alternatively. DC leakage reading is following by “DC”
6. Under normal status, the patient leakage current should be no greater than 100 μA.
Under single fault condition, it should be no greater than 500 μA.

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5 Repair and Disassembly

5.1 Tools

You may need the following tools to repair the operating table or change parts.

Tools Qty Remarks


Flat-headed screw driver 1 Middle size
Wire stripper 1 /
Needle-nose pliers 1 /
Diagonal pliers 1 /
Soldering iron 1 /
Snap ring gripper (external) 1 7"/175mm
Snap ring gripper (external)– bended
1 7"/175mm
nose
One set
Allan keys 1
(1.5mm/2mm/4mm/5mm/6mm)
Open-end Wrench 1 8mm/14mm
Adjustable wrench 1 0 - 20mm
Multimeter 1 /
Certain
Hydraulic oil Mobile DTE 24
amount
Container made of resin or stainless
1 Larger than 500ml
steel
Brush 1 Same size of a tooth brush
Certain
A soft cloth and neutral cleaner To clean the parts
amount
Philips-headed screwdriver 2 One middle size and one small size

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5.2 Preparations

Before disassembling the operating table,


 Turn off the operating table
 Disconnect the mains supply
 Remove the accessories, head plate, leg plates, corded hand-control and foot
switch.

 Take ESD precautionary measures before starting the disassembly. Be sure to


wear the ESD bracelet or ESD gloves before touching the parts identified with
the ESD warning symbol.

 When re-assembling the operating table, make sure all wires are reliably
connected.
 When re-assembling the operating table, make sure right screws are used.
Screwing improper screws by force may damage the device. Furthermore,
using improper screws may cause the screws or parts fall off unexpectedly in
use, hence leading to unforeseeable personal injury or property damage.

 Strictly follow the procedures introduced in the section below to disassemble


the operating table. Be sure to only disassemble the parts necessary to fix the
device. Incorrect disassembly by force may damage the device permanently.
 Before disassembling the modules or parts, make sure all the associated
connections have been undone. Exercise care during the disassembling
process. Do not break the wires or damage the connectors.

 Be sure to classify the removed screws and parts and store them carefully for
re-assembly. Do not damage, contaminate or lose any screw or part.

 Refer to Chapter 7 for explosion drawings of the modules and parts.

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5.3 Dissembling Operating Table

5.3.1 Removing Base Cover

The base cover is fixed to the base by 6 screws. The figures below shows 3 of them and the
other 3 are on the opposite sides.

M4×12
countersunk

M4×20
countersunk

The column cover is fixed to the base cover by 6 screws, which are uniformly distributed
around the bottom. The figure below shows 2 of the screws.

M3×4
countersunk

Remove the base cover from the base after all the above-mentioned screws are removed.

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5.3.2 Removing Main Control Board

Disconnect all the wires from the control board. Remove the 4 M3×8 screws fixing the control
board and remove it.
Remove the control board from its fixing plate as needed.

M3×8

Fixing plate

Main control board

 Be sure to take ESD precautionary measures (ESD gloves or bracelet, or the


like) when removing the board.

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5.3.3 Removing Power Board

Power board

M3 screws

The power board is located below the main control board. You can see it after removing the
main control board and its fixing plate. To remove the power board, first disconnect all the
wires and then remove the 4 M3 screws fixing the board.

 Be sure to take ESD precautionary measures (ESD gloves or bracelet, or the


like) when removing the board.

5.3.4 Removing Power Button Assembly

The power button assembly is fixed on the front end of the base. Remove the 4 screws fixing
the assembly and you can pull out the assembly. To remove the power button, first disconnect
the wires and then undo the fixing ring.

Remove the 4
screws to pull
out the
assembly.

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Loose the 2 screws


Disconnect the wire
fixing the wires and
from the power
then pull out the
board, and then
wires.
remove the 2 screws Undo the fixing ring
to remove the power to remove the power
plug. button.

5.3.5 Removing Override panel

The column control board is located inside the override panel. It is exposed after the column
cover is removed. Disconnect the wires and then remove the 4 screws to take out the override
panel.

The column control


board is inside.

Column cover

Remove
the 10 Remove the 2
screws. screws fixing the
wires.

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线控插座

Foot switch Column control


connector panel

5.3.6 Removing Batteries

Remove the M5 screws fixing the batteries from the steel bars. Disconnect the wires from the
boards and then take out the batteries.

Steel bars fixing


Wires
the batteries

Batteries Temperature sensor


(under the tape)

5.3.7 Removing Oil Pump Assembly

Remove the 4 M5 screws that fix the pump to the base, and then remove the pump.

Oil pump
assembly

Combination
screws (totally 4)

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5.3.8 Changing Oil

Remove the air filter and then inject oil through oil inlet beneath the filter. To completely change
the oil, first remove the cap from the cover of the oil tank, and then remove the cover. Pump
out the old oil through a syringe, and then add new oil to the tank at a proper amount.

Air filter Oil tank

 The operating table uses Mobile DTE 24 only. Do not use other oils.

 If all the pistons are at their 0-travel positions, fill 2/3 of the oil tank.
 You can check whether the remaining oil is enough by running such complex
functions as flex and reflex positions.

5.3.9 Removing Solenoid Valve Assembly

Remove the screws fixing the valve assembly to remove the assembly. The figure below
shows 3 of the screws and the other 3 are on the opposite side. The valves can be removed
individually from the end with the valve bolts.

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Fixing screws

Valve base

O-ring

Valve
bolt

 When installing the valve assembly, make sure the o-rings are fixed in place.
Otherwise, the oil may leak.
 If the operating table is configured with the table-top longitudinal shift
function, there are totally 11 couples of valves. If not, there are 9 couples.

5.3.10 Removing Castors and Hydraulic Feet

Lift the base by 70-100 mm, remove the screws fixing the castor or hydraulic feet, and then
remove the castor or hydraulic feet.

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Screws fixing the


castors

Screws fixing the


hydraulic feet

 Do not lift the base too high and make sure the operating table is stable at the
lifted position. Otherwise, it may tip over.
 Make sure the operating table is lifted by something strong enough to bear the
table’s weight. Otherwise the operating table may fall.

5.3.11 Removing Leather Bellows

Remove the plastic screws fixing the bellows, as the figure below shows. Remove the seat
plate and then remove the leather bellows.

Position of the
plastic screws Leather
bellows

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5.3.12 Removing Column Cover

The column cover is fixed to the column frame by screws. To remove the column cover, first
remove the leather bellows and the override panel, then remove the screws surrounding the
column frame, and then remove the M3×4 screws fixing the two halves of the column cover
together.

Position of the
fixing screw.
Column frame
inside. M3×4
countersunk

5.3.13 Removing Trendelenburg/ Reverse Trendelenburg

Position Sensor and Left/Right Tilt Sensor

The Trendelenburg/Reverse Trendelenburg position sensor and the left/right tilt sensor are
exposed after the leather bellows is removed.

Trendelenburg/r
everse
Left/right
trendelenburg
tilt sensor
position sensor

Disconnect all the wires from the sensor. Remove the M8 screws and then remove the
sensor.

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M8 screws

Trendelenburg
/reverse
Wires
trendelenburg

5.3.14 Removing Back Plate Sensor

The back plate sensor is located between the back plate and the seat plate, as the figure
below shows. To remove the sensor, first removed the M4 screws fixing the sensor cap and
then remove the cap. Exercise care when pulling out the sensor. Do not break the wires inside.

M4 screws

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Sensor cap

Angle
sensor

Sensor
support

Remove the sensor from the support.

5.3.15 Removing Back Plate Cylinder

There are 2 back plate cylinders, which are symmetrically located beneath the seat plate.
Every cylinder is fixed by 4 screws, as the figure below shows.

Oil tube
Oil tube

Oil cylinder
Oil cylinder
inside
inside

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Raise the back plate to expose the shaft of the cylinder holder. Remove the fixing screws and
then plug one M4 screw into the shaft and pull out the shaft.

Cylinder
shaft
Position of
the fixing
M4 screw screw

 When you have removed the 2 holder shafts, the back plate is free to move. Be
sure to fix the back plate by external support before removing the holder
shafts. Otherwise, the back plate may fall unexpectedly.

Remove the 4 screws from the beams of the seat plate, and then disconnect the oil tube from
the T-piece. Be sure to prevent the oiling from leaking out. Remove the back plate cylinder
assembly.

Oil tube of
back plate Oil tube of
cylinder back plate
cylinder

T-piece

 Before removing the oil tube, take precautionary measures to ensure minimum

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oil leak.

When installing a new back plate cylinder, make sure the oil tubes are connected in the proper
order. As the figure below shows, make sure the tubes identified by a black tape are connected
to the same T-piece. Likewise, all the tube without the black tape should be connected to the
same T-piece.

All the tubes


connected to the All the tubes
upper T-piece connected to
are not identified the lower
with the black T-piece are
tape. identified
with the
black tape.

 Make sure the tubes identified by a black tape are connected to the same
T-piece. Likewise, all the tube without the black tape should be connected to
the same T-piece.

5.3.16 Removing Longitudinal-Shift Cylinder

The longitudinal-shift cylinder is located beneath the seat plate. Shift the table-top
longitudinally so that the cylinder is fully exposed. Disconnect the two oil tubes (one at each
end) and then remove the M8 screws to remove the cylinder.

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M8 screws
Oil tube for
longitudinal-shift
cylinder

 Before removing the oil tube, take precautionary measures to ensure minimum
oil leak.

5.3.17 Removing Trendelenburg/Reverse Trendelenburg

Position Cylinder and Left/Right Tilt Cylinder

Both of the Trendelenburg/reverse trendelenburg position cylinder and the left/right tilt cylinder
are located inside the column cover, as the figure below shows. The two cylinders can be
removed in a similar way. The following paragraph uses the Trendelenburg/reverse
trendelenburg position cylinder as an example.

Disconnect the two oil tubes, one on each end. Remove the circlip with a snap-ring gripper.
Remove the shafts of the cylinder holder, one on each end to remove the cylinder.

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Left/right tilt
cylinder
Trendelenburg/reverse
trendelenburg position Oil tubes of
cylinder the
Trendelenbu
rg/reverse
Shaft of the cylinder trendelenbur
holder of the g position
Trendelenburg/reverse cylinder
trendelenburg position
Shaft ring
cylinder

 Before removing the oil tube, take precautionary measures to ensure minimum
oil leak.

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6 Troubleshooting

6.1 General

The chapter content is sorted according to the parts where the table failures occur and the
failures. When maintaining the operating table, check, locate and troubleshoot the failures in
the listed order, referring to the troubleshooting flow chart.

The recommended solutions in this chapter are meant to help you solve common problems,
not including all the problems. In case you encounter problems not included in this chapter,
contact the customer service department authorized by Nanjing Mindray.

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6.2 Replacing Part

Combining the failure with this chapter content, you can locate and replace the failure part.
Then, check whether the failure disappears or the table can pass the relative tests. If the
failure disappears, the replaced part is damaged and sent to the service department
authorized by Nanjing Mindray. If the failure still exists, relocate the failure part and
troubleshoot the failure.

If you want to learn your replaced assembly and obtain a new one, see the chapter 7.

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6.3 Troubleshooting Flow Chart

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6.4 Malfunctions Definition

6.4.1 Main Control Board and its Junctions

Junctions of Main Control Board

J11 J18

J7

J17

J5 J4

J6
J12

Figure 6-1 Junctions of main control board

Table 6-1 Junctions and their Functions

Junction Function
J7 power supply for the pump
J17 feedback on whether the table is connected with AC and on
whether the battery is sufficiently charged.
J6 power supply for the pump, valve and main control board
J11 power supply for the solenoid valve
J18 power supply for the solenoid valve
J5 the communication wire of the override panel
J4 the communication wire of the corded hand control
J12 the communication wire of the 3 sensors

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J6 Junction

4 1

5 2

6
3

Figure 6-2 The voltage of the pin 3 and 6 is 5V.

The voltage of the pin 5, 2, 4 and 1 is 24V.

J7 Junction

1power 24V

3 pump

Figure 6-3 The voltage of pin 1 and 3 is 24V.

J11 Junction
11、12 reserved pins
13 power 24V VPP

6、7、8、9、
10 valves

Figure 6-4 The voltage between pin 13 and 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 is 24V.

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J5 Junction

4Input
2 Ground

3Output 1 Power
Figure 6-5 J5 junction

J4 Junction

2 Ground
4Input

3Output 1 Power

Figure 6-6 J4 junction

J18 Junction

6 Power 24V VPP


1、2、3、4、5
Valves

Figure 6-7 24VThe voltage between pin 6 and 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 is 24V.

6.4.2 Factory Mode Definition

In case of turning on the corded hand control, press and hold the “Locking castors” and
“Unlocking castors” keys for more than 5 seconds so that the working mode of the table is
changed to the factory mode. Meanwhile, the power indicator is on. The battery indicator is
blinking with red and green alternately. The other indictors are off. As shown the table below,
press the combination keys to complete the corresponding operation. When pressing and
holding the “Locking castors” and “Unlocking castors” keys for more than 5 seconds again,
finish the factory setting mode. If you press the “Power off” key, log off the factory mode.

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However, the data cannot be reserved.

Table 6-2 Factory Mode

Function Keys Operation


Log on/off the press and hold the “Locking Begin/finish the factory mode
factory mode castors” and “Unlocking castors”
for more than 5 seconds
“Locking castors” and “0-position” Calibrate the “0-position”
“Locking castors” and “Back plate Calibrate the limit, back plate up
up”
“Locking castors” and “Back plate Calibrate the limit, back plate down
down”
“Locking castors” and “Tilt to left” Calibrate the limit, tilt to left
“Locking castors” and “Tilt to right” Calibrate the limit, tilt to right
Calibration “Locking castors” and Calibrate the limit, Trendelenburg
“Trendelenburg position (head position (head down)
down)”
“Locking castors” and “Reverse Calibrate the limit, Reverse
Trendelenburg position (foot Trendelenburg position (foot down)
down)”
Longitudinal “Locking castors” and “Flex With longitudinal shift function
shift function position”
“Locking castors” and “Re-flex Without longitudinal shift function
position”
“Locking castors” and “Table top With battery
Battery up”
configuration “Locking castors” and “Table top Without battery
down”
“Unlocking castors” and “Table top It takes 30 seconds to automatically
up” switch off the corded hand control.
Standby time
“Unlocking castors” and “Table top It takes 4 minutes to automatically switch
down” off the corded hand control.

“Unlocking castors” and “Re-flex Adjustable voltage mode


Voltage mode, position”
pump “Unlocking castors” and “Flex Power supply mode
position”
“Unlocking castors” and “Back The unlocking time is 12 seconds
plate up”
Unlocking time “Unlocking castors” and “Back The unlocking time is 20 seconds
plate down”
“Unlocking castors” and The unlocking time is 30 seconds
“Trendelenburg position (head

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down)”
“Unlocking castors” and If the operating table has failures (for
“0-position” example: the wire of the sensor is
Error recover broken.), you can press the combination
keys to recover the table, and can
troubleshoot the failure.
Aging program “Flex position” and “Re-flex
position ”

6.4.3 Installing Back Plate Sensor

Sensor

Figure 6-8 Sensor cover

Copper
column

Circlip, clip the


copper column

Magnetic core

Figure 6-9 Back plate sensor

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Wires lie in the


groove.

Figure 6-10 Wires in the groove

The outer
surface of the
copper column is
parallel with the
back plate.

Figure 6-11 The outer surface of the copper column

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6.4.4 Installing Trendelenburg/ Reverse Trendelenburg

Position Sensor

Trendelenburg/ Reverse
Trendelenburg Position
Sensor

Figure 6-12 Trendelenburg/ Reverse Trendelenburg position sensor

6.4.5 Installing Left/Right Tilt Sensor

Left/Right Tilt Sensor

Figure 6-13 Left/Right sensor

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6.4.6 Plastic Plate on the Base

Plastic plate

Figure 6-14 Plastic plate on the basic

6.4.7 Joint of the Head/Leg plate

steel ball

Locking button

Figure 6-15 Joint of the head/leg plate

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6.5 Basic Malfunction Alarm

6.5.1 Indicator Alarm

Table 6-3 Indicator Alarm

Error Check Steps Reason Solution


The indicator The battery
Connect the
is blinking on indicator is
- The battery is low. operating table to
the corded blinking and
the mains supply.
hand control red.
or override The movement
The power The movement has
panel. has reached the
indicator is - been completed.
desired position to
blinking. Release the key.
the limit.
The power
indicator
(green) and Power off for 10
locking The pump is minutes.

indicator overheated. Power on and
(yellow) are operate the table.
blinking
simultaneity.

Step 1: Log on the factory If the alarm


mode, press the disappears and
There is no need to
“Unlocking castors” and the movement is
The power do anything.
“0-position” keys to normal, the
indicator
troubleshoot (as shown in problem is solved.
(green) and
Table 6-2)
unlocking
Step 2: Check whether If the alarm
indicator
every sensor is correctly disappears and
(red) are
installed. If not, reinstall the movement is Reinstall the sensor
blinking
the sensor, see from the normal, the correctly.
simultaneity,
Figure 6-8 to the sensor is installed
and the
Figure 6-11. incorrectly.
override
Step 3: Check whether
panel beeps.
the wire between every
If it does not, the Replace the old
sensor and the main
wire is broken. wire.
control board conduct
electricity.

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Step 1: Replace the


If it still exists, the
corded hand control, and Replace the main
failure happens
then check whether the control board.
on the main
failure still exists.
control board.
All indicators
Step 2: Check whether
are blinking.
the wire between the
(The battery If it does not, the Replace the old
corded hand control and
indicator is wire is broken. wire.
the main control board
green.)
conducts electricity.
Step 3: The corded hand
— Replace it.
control is broken.
Step 4: The main control
— Replace it.
board is broken.
A single The board of the
indicator is corded hand
- Replace it.
off, but control/override
Press the
others are on. panel is broken.
“Power on”
Step 1: Check whether
key. A single
the wire between J4 (J5)
or more
on the main control board
indicators are All indicators If it does not, the
and the corded hand Replace it.
off on the on the corded wire is broken.
control (the override
corded hand hand control
panel) conducts
control/overri (the override
electricity.
de panel. panel) are off.
Step 2: The corded hand
control (the override — Replace it.
panel) is broken.

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6.5.2 Movement Failure

Table 6-4 Movement Failure

The power If the failure is


indicator is troubleshooted, it
Step1: Restart Restart the table
green on happens on the
the corded program.
hand If the failure
control/ove Step 2: Check whether the same disappears, the
Replace it or its
rride panel, failure exists on another corded hand replaced corded hand
wires.
but the control/override panel. control/override panel
operating is broken.
table Make sure the
cannot sensor module is
move or Step 3: Log on the factory mode. If a installed correctly. If
move single movement can be operated the magnetic core
No
normally normally, there is some wrong with drifts, turn off the
respo Sensor module failure
after the the sensor module. The module table, and then
nse
function consists of the magnetic encoder, adjust the magnetic
after
key is magnetic core and wire. See in detail core to the original
pressi
pressed. in the Figure 6-9 to Figure 6-11. location. Turn on and
ng
recalibrate the table.
single
Step 4: Check the corresponding
a or
wires of the sensor. Check whether
sever
the wire between J4 (J5) on the main If it does not, the wire
al Replace the wire.
control board and the corded hand is broken.
functi
control (the override panel) conducts
onal
electricity by a multimeter.
keys
Replace the broken
Step 5: Magnetic encoder failure —
encoder.

Step 6: Check whether the output If some of the output


voltage of J4 or J5 is 5V on the main voltages are abnormal,
Replace the board.
control board as shown in the Figure the main control board
6-1. is broken.
Step 7: Press one function key, and
check the voltage of the
If the voltage is
corresponding solenoid valve by a
abnormal, the valve is Replace it.
multimeter. Judge whether the valve
broken,
is opened normally (as shown in the
Figure 6-4 and Figure 6-7)

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If the failure is
troubleshooted, the
Step 1: Restart the operating table Restart the table.
table has program
failure.
Step 2: Check whether the wire
No
between the corded hand control If it does not, the wire
respo Replace it.
(the override pane) and the main is broken.
nse
control board conduct electricity.
after
Step 3: Replace the corded hand
pressi If it does not exist, the
control (the override control), and
ng all failure happens on the Replace the control.
then check whether the failure still
the replaced control.
exists.
functi
Step 4: Check the output voltages of If some of the output
onal
J4, J5, J7, J11 and J18 are normal on voltages are abnormal,
keys
the main control board, as shown in the main control board Replace the board.
the Figure 6-1. is broken.
Step 5: Check whether the oil pipe
If it does, the pipe is
between the oil pump and the Replace the pipe.
broken.
solenoid valve leaks oil.
The
operat
ing
table
can
move Check whether the corresponding oil If it does, the cylinder
Replace the cylinder.
witho cylinder leaks oil. has the failure.
ut
operat
ive
comm
ands.
If the failure is
The troubleshooted, the
Step 1: Restart the operating table Restart the table.
operat table has program
ing failure.
table Step 2: Replace the corded hand
If it does not exist, the
canno control (the override control), and
failure happens on the Replace the control.
t then check whether the failure still
replaced control.
move exists.
to the Step 3: Check whether the wire
desire between the corded hand control If it does not, the wire
Replace the wire.
d (the override pane) and the main is broken.
positi control board conduct electricity.

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on
when
a
Step 4: Log on the factory mode. If a Make sure the
single
single movement can be operated sensor is installed
functi —
normally, there is some wrong with correctly; otherwise
onal
the sensor module. you need replace the
key is
magnetic encoder.
press
ed, or
the Step 5: Check whether the wire
If it does not, the wire
table between the sensor and the main Replace the wire.
is broken.
move control board conduct electricity.
s If the voltage is Replace the main
Step 6: Check the output voltage of
abnor abnormal, the main control board and
the J4 and J5 is normal on the main
mally control board is recalibrate the
control board.
when broken. sensor.
the
combi Step 7: Press one function key, and
nation check the voltage of the If the voltage is
key corresponding solenoid valve by a abnormal, the valve is Replace the valve.
(the multimeter. Judge whether the valve broken.
“0-po is opened normally (as shown in the
sition Figure 6-4 and Figure 6-7).
” key)
is
press Step 8: Check whether the If it does, the cylinder
Replace the cylinder.
ed. corresponding oil cylinder leaks oil. has the failure.

The All the


Step 1: Check whether the mains
indicators keys — Connect the mains
supply is connected.
are off on fail. supply.
the corded Step 2: Check whether the green
Turn on the green
hand button on the operating table base is —
button.
control and turned on.
the override If the power input does
Step 3: Check whether the power Replace the green
panel. not exist, the green
input exist on the power board. button.
button is broken.
If the input is not
Step 4: Check the input voltage of J6
normal, the power Replace the power
is normal on the main control board,
board or the input board or the wires.
as shown in the Figure 6-2.
wires are broken.

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If the output is
Step 5: Check the output voltage of
abnormal, the main Replace the main
J4 and J5 is normal, as shown in the
control board is control board.
Figure 6-1.
broken.

6.5.3 Noise Failure

Error Check Steps Reason Solution


Step 1: Check whether the top of
— Reinstall the leather bellows.
the leather bellows is affixed flat.
Step 2: Check whether the
Noise leather bellows rub on the — Reinstall the leather bellows.
from the longitudinally shift guide track.
table top Step 3: If the table has the
and the longitudinally shift function,
leather during the longitudinally shift
bellows process, the oil pipes move with — Reinstall the leather bellows.
the beam of the seat plate.
Friction
Check whether the oil pipes rub
noise
the leather bellows.
Noise The column
Check where the noise occurs, Loose 4 screws on the column frame.
from the covers do
and then checks whether the Adjust the column covers so that they
column not fit
abnormal collision happens. can fit together.
cover together.
Noise If the piston rod and the cylinder
from the lack oil, it may result in friction.
Lack oil Lubricate the piston rod.
oil Check whether it is the reason
cylinder for the noise.

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6.5.4 Oil Leak Failure

Error Check Steps Reason Solution

Operate the corresponding movement


The oil
Oil leak, and touch the cylinder weld, cylinder
cylinder Replace the oil cylinder.
Cylinder shaft and O ring. Check whether there
leaks oil.
is oil leak.

Operate the corresponding movement


Oil leak, and touch the pipe connector, O ring The oil pipe Troubleshoot the failure, or
oil pipe and oil pipe. Check whether there is oil leaks oil. replace the pipe.
leak.
There is Oil leak, Operate the corresponding movement
oil drop. solenoid and touch the valve connector, O ring The valve Troubleshoot the failure, or
valve and valve aperture. Check whether leaks oil. replace the valve.
there is oil leak.
Operate the corresponding movement
Troubleshoot the failure, or
Oil leak, and touch the pump connector, O ring The pump
replace the corresponding
oil pump and pump aperture. Check whether leaks oil.
oil pipe of the pump.
there is oil leak.
Operate the corresponding movement
Troubleshoot the failure, or
and touch the corresponding connector The oil tank
Oil leak, replace the corresponding
of the oil tank. Check whether there is leaks oil.
oil tank oil pipe of the oil tank.
oil leak.

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6.5.5 Installation Failure

Error Check Steps Reason Solution


Check whether the plastic plate
between the base cover and
Yes, it does. Reinstall the plate correctly.
the table base falls off, seen in
the Figure 6-14.
The glue cannot
Plastic Check whether there is the paste the plastic
Clean the screw hole, and then
plate unwanted object in the plate on the
glue the plate correctly and firmly.
falling embedded screw hole. embedded
off. screw hole.

Check whether the base cover The base cover


Replace the cover.
is cracked near the embedded is cracked.
screw hole.
If the failure is
Step 1: Restart the operating troubleshooted,
The After the Restart the table.
table. the table has
table corded
program failure.
part is hand
Check whether the wire
install control is
between the corded hand If it does not, the
ed reinstalle Replace it.
control and the main control wire is broken.
abnor d, it
board conducts electricity.
mally. cannot
work.
Step 3: — The corded hand Replace it.
control is broken.
Push the locking button on the
If the ball difficultly moves
Difficultly head/leg plate assembly, check If the ball does
downward, you can use a
Inserting/ whether the steel ball (seen in not, the failure
screwdriver to push the ball down.
Pulling the Figure 6-15) on the joint of happens on the
Otherwise, you should replace the
out the the assembly can normally steel ball.
head/leg assembly.
joint of move downward.
the If you cannot,
Check whether you can Check whether there is rust on the
head/leg the joint may
normally insert or pull out the joint. Use WD-40 to deal with the
plate have been
joint of the head/leg plate rust. Otherwise, you should replace
assembly distorted or
assembly. the joint.
rusted.

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7 Parts

7.1 General

When you remove and replace spare parts, to facilitate identifying every part, the explosion
drawings of the operating table and some parts, and the material number are listed in this
chapter.

 The parts of the operating table may have been changed. If the relative content
in this manual is not what you needed. Please contact the service company
authorized by Nanjing Mindray to get the newest information.

The operating table structure is shown in the figure below.

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Parts

No. P/N Name No. P/N Name


sponge pad, override panel
1 0092-20-100137 13 0092-30-100189
back plate assembly
column cover
2 0092-20-100006 seat plate 14 0092-20-100075
3-1
column cover
3 0092-20-89972 back plate 1 15 0092-20-100073
2-1
Sponge pad, column cover
4 0092-20-100138 16 0092-20-100071
head plate 1-1
right beam, the rear plastic
5 0092-20-89970 17 0092-20-100311
back plate base cover
head plate
6 0092-30-100167 18 0092-20-100141 leather bellow
assembly
4-2column left beam, back
7 0092-20-100078 19 0092-20-89971
cover 4-2 plate
left-beam
column cover
8 0092-20-100076 20 0092-30-100639 assembly, seat
3-2
plate
right-beam
column cover
9 0092-20-100074 21 0092-20-100638 assembly, seat
2-2
plate
column cover left leg-plate
10 0092-20-100072 22 0092-30-100172
1-2 assembly
the front plastic right leg-plate
11 0092-20-100065 23 0092-20-100171
base cover assembly
main-body sponge pad,
12 0092-30-100622 24 0092-20-100136
assembly leg plate

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Parts

7.2 Assembly Structure

7.2.1 Table-top Assembly

The table-top assembly consists of the head plate, back plate, seat plate, separate leg plates
and body elevator(optional). The figure is shown in the figure below. The seat plate is fixed
the table-top up/down column. The back plate is hinged the seat plate. The oil vessel of the
back plate is installed in the metal frame of the seat plate. One end of the vessel is connected
with the seat plate; the other end is connected with the back plate. The head plate and the leg
plate can be connected with the back plate or the seat plate by its joint. The head plate and
the leg plate can be exchanged. The table-top assembly and the column assembly are
connected by an adaptor plate. The plate is used to connect the metal frames in the seat
plate with the installation flat of the column assembly.

The table pad of the table-top assembly is detachable. Every section of the pad is fixed on the
table top by Velcro strap. The material of the pad is made of sponge and leather. Every
section board of the table-top assembly can be exposed to the X-ray. The board can endure
great press force and strong erosion. Every board is connected with every beam by screws.
Each beam is cast by aluminum alloy. Its surface applies to the paint technique.

No. Name No. Name


1 leg plate 6 back plate
2 gas strut 7 locking button,
head plate
3 locking button, 8 head plate
leg plate
4 seat plate 9 table board
5 oil vessel, back 10 table pad
plate

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Parts

7.2.2 Main-Body Assembly

No. P/N Name and Specification

1 0092-30-100668 base assembly (9 couples of valves)


2 0092-20-100349 shaft frame, tilt left/right
3 0092-20-100047 shaft sheath, table-top up/down
4 0092-20-100045 table-top up/down shaft
5 0092-20-100350 shaft frame, tilt left/right
the front shaft, Trendelenburg/reverse
6 0092-20-100041
Trendelenburg frame
the rear shaft, Trendelenburg/reverse
7 0092-20-100042
Trendelenburg frame
vessel shaft, Trendelenburg/reverse
8 0092-20-100046
Trendelenburg

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Parts

9 0092-20-100099 Trendelenburg/reverse Trendelenburg shaft


oil cylinder, Trendelenburg/reverse
10 082-000063-00 Trendelenburg, cylinder diameter: φ40,
travel:125mm
oil cylinder, tilt left/right, cylinder diameter:
11 082-000064-00
φ32, travel:96mm
sensor frame, Trendelenburg/reverse
12 0092-20-100051
Trendelenburg
13 0092-20-100052 sensor frame, tilt left/right
14 0092-20-100054 the top bracket, column cover
15 0092-20-100056 tubing-connector bracket
16 0092-20-100048 pressing board, oil tubing
17 0092-20-100100 pressing block, oil tubing
18 0092-20-100336 oil-tubing bracket
19 0092-20-100050 spacer, seat plate
20 BA33-10-35085 chain 0130 type
21 010-000012-00 magnetic encoder
22 GB/T894.1-1986 circlip GB894.1 18
27 GB/T894.1-1986 circlip GB894.1 14

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Parts

7.2.3 Column Assembly

No. P/N Name and Specification

1 0092-20-100345 inner column


2 0092-20-100034 sliding block
3 0092-20-100036 position limit block, column
4 0092-20-100346 middle column
5 0092-20-100347 outer column
6 0092-20-100037 adjustment washer
vessel frame, Trendelenburg/reverse
7 0092-20-102693
Trendelenburg
8 0092-20-100039 vessel-seat shaft, Trendelenburg/reverse

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Parts

Trendelenburg
9 0092-20-100044 table-top up/down seat
10 0092-20-100058 towline seat
11 0092-20-102433 protective cover, connection wires
12 0092-20-100351 adjustment washer (thin)
13 0092-20-102607 adjustment washer (thick)
14 M04-000202--- flat washer GB97.1 8

7.2.4 Base Assembly

7-7
Parts

No. P/N Name and Specification

1 0092-20-100064 cast iron base


oil-cylinder, hydraulic feet, cylinder diameter φ40, travel
2 082-000068-00
20mm,
3 M04-000202--- flat washer D8-GB97

4 M04-021031--- spring washer D8-GB93

6 034-000014-00 swivel castor: 3"castor, with the PU wheel and M8 nut


directional castor: 3"castor, with the PU wheel and M8
7 034-000015-00
nut
8 0092-30-100631 power board assembly

9 0092-30-100183 main-control-board assembly

10 0092-30-100184 oil pump assembly

11 0092-30-100630 oil box assembly


oil cylinder, table-top up/down, cylinder diameter: φ40,
12 082-000065-00
travel:350mm, working pressure: 7Mpa
13 0092-30-100194 column unit

14 M04-004504--- D6-GB93 spring washer D6-GB93

16 0092-30-100182 electromagnetic valve assembly (11 couples of valves)

17 0092-20-100079 support pole 1

18 0092-20-100080 support pole 2

19 099-000013-00 end protecting sheath

20 0092-30-102500 fixing board, switch and socket assembly

21 0092-20-100312 support bracket, plastic base cover

22 0092-20-100059 towline bracket

23 0092-20-100328 wires clip

24 M04-011029- small pan head assembly M5X12

25 082-000083-00 hydraulic tubing assembly, length 350mm

26 082-000113-00 hydraulic tubing assembly, length 700mm

27 082-000089-00 hydraulic tubing assembly, length 90mm

28 082-000091-00 hydraulic tubing assembly, length 150mm

29 082-000062-00 hydraulic valve, throttler , RE-1-PT1/8

30 082-000077-00 connector, union tee--assembly

31 022-000007-00 lead-acid battery 12V 15Ah

32 0092-20-100066 fixing piece, battery

7-8
Parts

33 0092-20-100140 shock absorption washer, battery

34 030-000005-00 flat washer GB97.1 10

36 0092-20-102470 wires clip 2

37 0092-20-102428 pressing board, oil cylinder, table-top up/down

39 0092-20-89941 PE wire

40 0092-20-89942 output wires, battery

41 0092-20-89943 connection wires, battery

42 0092-20-89947 connection wires, thermistor


connection wires, the main control board, power board
43 0092-20-89949
and power
44 0092-20-89950 connection wire 1, corded hand control

45 0092-20-89951 connection wire 1, override panel

46 0092-20-89953 connection wire, angle sensor

47 0092-20-89954 connection wire, position sensor


connection wire, status and control of the power
48 0092-20-89955
module
49 0092-20-100340 PE wire, column

50 M19-000009--- thermistor

51 0092-20-102517 base paste slice

52 082-000112-00 small two-joint plastic pipe clip TTSP-108


hexagon nut countersunk external toothed lock washer
53 m04-011002
M3
54 0092-20-100053 protective cover seat
55 0092-20-100055 the bottom bracket, protective cover
56 0092-20-102612 protective cover bracket
57 0092-20-102775 adjustment washer, protective cover

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Parts

7.3 Electromagnetic Valve Assembly

No. P/N Name and Specification

Electromagnetic valve assembly,


1 082-000061-00
DC24V,70kgf/cm2,PT"1/8

2 0092-20-100337 screw, electromagnetic valve

3 0092-20-100327 fixing board, electromagnetic valve

hexagon screw
4 082-000093-00

5 0092-20-100326 support frame (9 couples of valves)

6 M04-021011--- flat washer GB97.1 5

7 M04-021007--- spring washer GB93 5

9 082-000090-00 hydraulic tubing assembly, length 200mm

10 082-000080-00 hydraulic tubing assembly, length 1200mm

11 082-000078-00 hydraulic tubing assembly, length 1300mm

12 082-000081-00 hydraulic tubing assembly, length 1600mm

13 082-000082-00 hydraulic tubing assembly, length 600mm

14 082-000084-00 hydraulic tubing assembly, length 300mm

15 082-000083-00 hydraulic tubing assembly, length 350mm

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Parts

16 082-000087-00 hydraulic tubing assembly, length 600mm

shock absorption washer (9 couples of


18 0092-20-102397
valves)

19 082-000092-00 combination O ring 8 JB/T982-1977

connection wire 1, electromagnetic valve


20 0092-20-89944
assembly,
connection wire 2, electromagnetic valve
21 0092-20-89945
assembly

7.3.1 Oil Pump Assembly

No. P/N Name and Specification

hydraulic motor pump, 70kgf/cm2


1 082-000060-00
0.7L/min 24VDC

2 0092-20-102450 adaptor board, oil pump

3 0092-20-89952 connection wire, oil pump

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Parts

7.3.2 Switch and Socket Assembly

No. P/N Name and Specification

fixing board, switch and socket


1 0092-20-102400
assembly
switch self-lock button, the
degree of protection against
2 010-000011-00
harmful ingress of water: IPX4

3 509B-10-06192 power socket

4 0092-20-89948 connection wire, switch

5 0092-20-89915 input wire, AC power

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Parts

7.3.3 Override Panel Assembly

No. P/N Name and Specification

1 0092-20-100077 column cover 4-1

fixing board, override panel


2 0092-20-102407
assembly
water-proof washer, plastic base
3 0092-20-100325
cover

4 0092-20-102410 sealing strap, override panel

5 0092-20-100120 plastic cover 1, override panel

6 0092-30-89913 override panel

7 008-000055-00 socket, foot switch

8 008-000043-00 socket, corded hand control

9 2000-20-03271 key cap

10 0092-20-102452 wire clip, override panel

connection wire, connecting the


11 0092-20-89956 override panel with the foot
switch
connection wire 2, override
12 0092-20-100342
panel
connection wire 2, corded hand
13 0092-20-100339
control

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Parts

7.3.4 Oil Tank Assembly

No. P/N Name and Specification

1 0092-20-100061 oil tank body

2 082-000073-00 oil filter, WU-4X50-J M12

3 0092-20-100063 O ring

4 0092-20-100062 oil tank cover

5 082-000072-00 air filter, C-M12


small pan head assembly
6 M04-051139---
M4X12
7 0092-20-102502 oil cycle hole

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P/N: H-0092-20-102416(1.2)