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PrintMaster

90838
Service Manual
070-0532-03 Rev. D
2004 Spacelabs Medical, Inc.

All rights reserved. Contents of this publication may not be reproduced in any form without the written permission of Spacelabs
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assembly operations, re-adjustments, modifications or repairs are carried out by persons authorized by Spacelabs
Medical, and
the electrical installation of the relevant room complies with the requirements of the standard in force, and
the equipment is used in accordance with the operations manual.

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or other information which will assist appropriately qualified technical personnel to repair those parts of the equipment which are
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training, and service for the life of your Spacelabs Medical equipment.

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Spacelabs Medical, Inc.


5150 220th Ave SE
Issaquah, WA 98029
Telephone: 425-657-7200
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Other brands and product names are trademarks of their respective owners.

CAUTION:
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Only of, a physician.
Table of Contents

Contents
Introduction
Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
CPU Front Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Setup
Installation Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Power ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
Network Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
Printer Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-10
Functional Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-11
System Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-11
Maintenance
Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Screen Saver Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Maintenance Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Script File Printer Selections. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
Troubleshooting
System Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
Confirming TCP/IP Addresses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
Confirming the Link Between CPU and Printer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
Parts
Field Replaceable Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
CPU and Printer Hardware Configuration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
Printer Compatibility Matrix. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-4
Appendix A Symbols

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Introduction

Contents
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
CPU Front Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

Overview
Spacelabs Medicals products are designed and manufactured under ISO 9000-compliant
manufacturing practices and are in compliance with all applicable regulatory requirements. To
ensure proper operation in accordance with these guidelines, this product must be maintained by
trained technicians using Spacelabs Medical authorized replacement parts.

Note:
This manual covers the 90838 PrintMaster running on a Solaris Pentium III platform.
The 90838 PrintMaster four-channel printer is part of the Spacelabs Medical Ultraview Care
Network/PCMS system. When linked to a monitoring network, it provides documentation of
waveforms, numeric vital sign data, trends, and other graphic and tabular information on either 8
11-inch or A4 (21 29.7 cm) size paper. The PrintMaster system consists of a CPU, printer, and
uninterruptable power supply (UPS) as shown in Figure 1-1.

Note:
If the PrintMaster system is purchased without the printer option
(90838-21/22/23/24/25/26/29):
the HP4200n or HP2300n printer is recommended.
compatible printers are listed in the note on page 2-12.

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Figure 1-1: 90838 PrintMaster

Display panel Top cover release


Top printout tray Rear cover release
Central processing unit (CPU) Paper drawer
Front cover release Uninterruptable power supply (UPS)
Display

Note:
Your hardware may differ in appearance.

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CPU Front Panel

Introduction

Figure 1-2: PrintMaster CPU front view

Floppy drive access indicator Floppy disk drive


Floppy eject button Power ON/OFF switch
Reset button Power ON/OFF indicator
Hard drive access indicator CD-ROM drive
CD-ROM eject button CD-ROM indicator

Caution
Pressing the reset button restarts the CPU. This process will stop data collection
and will result in the loss of all previously acquired patient data.
Powering the CPU unit OFF while data is being processed will result in loss of
previously acquired data. Always follow the proper system shutdown procedures.

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Setup

Contents
Installation Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Power ON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Network Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Printer Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Functional Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
System Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Installation Procedures
Select a flat surface in a cool, dry room, free from direct sunlight. Two AC power outlets having a
total of 11 A (7 A continuous) are required.

Warning
Prior to installation, set all system component power switches OFF (O).

Caution
Printed circuit boards in this equipment contain static-sensitive devices. Handle only at
a static-safe workstation.

CPU Installation
1 Remove the CPU from its shipping container (save shipping materials in case an item must be
returned).
2 Remove the cardboard shipping insert from the disk drive.
3 Connect the AC power cord from the CPU to any available power outlet on the rear of the UPS.
4 Leave the Ethernet cable disconnected from the CPU.

Printer Installation
1 Remove the printer from its shipping container and save the container.
2 Remove all packing materials (back and top door areas, paper cassette, multi-purpose tray,
etc.).
3 Remove the tape and pull the insert from the toner cartridge.
4 Install the toner cartridge into the printer cover. Follow the instructions included with the printer.
5 Temporarily position the printer on a table so that its rear panel remains accessible.
6 Connect the printer to the Ethernet network.
7 Attach the power cord to the power cord connector at the back of the printer. Position the printer
for normal operation.
8 Connect the AC power cord from the printer to the available power source (do not plug it into
the UPS).

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Power ON

Caution
Do not power the PrintMaster system ON with the Ethernet cable connected UNTIL the
node name, node ID, and time/date are correctly set.
1 Power the UPS, printer, and CPU ON.
2 Following system power-up and software boot, verify that the PrintMaster title page prints in
approximately 2 to 5 minutes (refer to Functional Tests on page 2-11). If not, restart the system
and try again.

Shutting Down or Resetting the System

Caution
Do not turn OFF the CPU switch without first following the proper shutdown sequence.
Improper shutdown may corrupt the CPU Unix file and render the CPU inoperable.
1 Open a terminal window (if not already open) by right-clicking the desktop and selecting
Hosts > Terminal console.
2 If the terminal prompt is not a pound sign (#), type su and then press ENTER.
3 Type the root password (default is pm90838) and then press ENTER.
4 At the # prompt, type init 6 and then press ENTER.
5 Turn the power switch OFF when the display goes blank if the system is being shut down.

Note:
The system will automatically restart if the power switch is not turned OFF at the appropriate
time.

Network Setup
Prior to operation, PrintMaster must be properly installed on the network, including the following
setup procedures:
Set the correct date and time.
Identify the hospital name.
Set the node ID.
Set the node name.
Update the script file.
Set the IP address of the printer and CPU (multiple PrintMaster installations only).

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Setting Date and Time

Setup
To set a date and time:
1 Power ON the computer and press DEL to enter the CMOS setup.
2 Set the time and date under standard CMOS setup.
3 Press F10, and then press ENTER to save and exit.

Setup Utilities
The setup utilities are available in the PrintMaster Maintenance Menu.
1 At the desktop logon screen, type biomed and press ENTER.
2 When prompted for your password, type 2468 and press ENTER.

Note:
If prompted for a Desktop type, select Common Desktop Environment (CDE).
3 Once the logon process completes successfully, the desktop icons appear.
4 Using the mouse, double-click the PrintMaster icon on the desktop to open the PrintMaster
Maintenance Menu.
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PrintMaster Maintenance Menu
Fri Mar 4 14:37:17 2004
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1) Shutdown Application: Currently running
2) Start Application
3) Enter Hospital Name: Memorial Medical Center
4) Change Node ID: 64
5) Change Node Name: LAZ01
6) Change Status Display: 0
7) Print the PCMS error log file
8) Set Printer IP Address
9) Network Status menu
10) Print System Configuration
11) Upgrade PrintMaster software
12) Printer Selection
q) Quit Setup
Enter Choice:

5 To select an option, select the appropriate number key and then press ENTER. After all
selections have been made, select q) Quit Setup and press ENTER to exit the Maintenance
Menu and return to the logon prompt. The PrintMaster system must be reset for changes to
take effect.

Caution
File damage may occur if the power switch is pressed during normal operation. Always
use standard Unix shutdown procedures to reset the system or to power down (refer to
Shutting Down or Resetting the System on page 2-2).

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Note:
Menu options 3, 4, 5, and 8 are setup functions that permit changing the node ID and node
name, defining a hospital name (appears at the top of each printed page), and setting the
printer IP address. The remaining Maintenance Menu options are service functions (refer to
Maintenance on page 3-1).

Entering a Hospital Name


The hospitals name appears at the top of every printed page. This name is defined in the
PrintMaster Maintenance Menu.
To enter a hospital name:
1 Display the PrintMaster Maintenance Menu as described previously.
2 Select 3) Enter Hospital Name and press ENTER.
3 Type in the hospitals name when prompted. Up to 60 characters can be entered.
4 Press ENTER. The following message will display:
WARNING: Changes will not take effect until the system is reset.
Press ENTER to continue.
5 Press ENTER to return to the Maintenance Menu.
The warning message now appears above the Maintenance Menu as a reminder that
changes were made that require a system reset. This message remains until the system is
reset (refer to Shutting Down or Resetting the System on page 2-2).

Changing the Node ID


PrintMaster must be assigned a unique node ID to reside on the Ultraview Care Network/PCMS
network. The factory default ID is 64.

Note:
PrintMaster supports node ID assignments up to 250 nodes. Node numbers above 64 are
reserved only for expanded network.
PrintMaster must be the highest node on the network.
To change the node ID:
1 Display the PrintMaster Maintenance Menu, as described previously.
2 From the PrintMaster Maintenance Menu, select 4) Change Node ID and press ENTER to
display the following prompt:
Enter Node ID:
3 Enter a node ID that does not duplicate any previously assigned node ID on the Ultraview Care
Network/PCMS network.

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4 Press ENTER. The following message will display:

Setup
WARNING: Changes will not take effect until the system is reset.
Press ENTER to continue.
5 Press ENTER to return to the Maintenance Menu.
The warning message now appears above the Maintenance Menu as a reminder that
changes were made that require a system reset. This message remains until the system is
reset (refer to Shutting Down or Resetting the System on page 2-2).

Changing the Node Name


PrintMaster must be identified on the network with a unique node name. The factory default name
is LAZ01.
To change the node name:
1 Display the PrintMaster Maintenance Menu, as described previously.
2 From the PrintMaster Maintenance Menu, select 5) Change Node Name and press ENTER
to display the following prompt:
Enter Node Name:
3 Enter a node name that does not duplicate any previously assigned node name on the
Ultraview Care Network/PCMS network.
4 Press ENTER. The following message will display:
WARNING: Changes will not take effect until the system is reset.
Press ENTER to continue.
5 Press ENTER to return to the Maintenance Menu.
The warning message now appears above the Maintenance Menu as a reminder that
changes were made that require a system reset. This message remains until the system is
reset (refer to Shutting Down or Resetting the System on page 2-2).

Updating the Script File


The use of selected printers requires the script file for SNMP (Simple Network Management
Protocol) to be updated to function properly. Refer to Script File Printer Selections on page 3-5 for
procedures on selecting the correct script file and the use of the script file disk.

Setting the CPU and Printer IP Addresses


On the Solaris-based Pentium III platform, both the CPU and printer units have their own cable
connection to the Ethernet network. The CPU and the printer communicate via the TCP/IP
protocol. The CPU and printer units have the following default TCP/IP addresses:
CPU 164.90.200.1
Printer 164.90.200.2

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Note:
If only one PrintMaster unit is to be installed onto the network, use the default TCP/IP
addresses provided and skip to Configuring the Printer IP on page 2-7, using the
appropriate steps for your printer. Continue with Configuring the CPU IP and Localization
on page 2-8.
If multiple PrintMaster units are to be installed onto one network, use the following
procedure.
If multiple PrintMaster systems are to be installed onto a network, each CPU and printer unit must
have a unique IP address.
Each PrintMaster pair (CPU and printer) must be installed and configured separately as
follows:
1 Determine the IP address to be used for each CPU and printer pair. It is recommended that one
CPU/printer pair use the default addresses given previously. Change the other devices as
required.
For example:
PrintMaster 1 - CPU 164.90.200.1, Printer 164.90.200.2
PrintMaster 2 - CPU 164.90.200.3, Printer 164.90.200.4
PrintMaster 3 - CPU 164.90.200.5, Printer 164.90.200.6

Note:
The CPU and printer must be on the same subnet, 164.90.200.xx, to be able to communicate.
Change only the last field of the IP address.
2 Connect the first PrintMaster CPU/printer pair to the network. Do NOT connect any other
CPU/printer pairs to the network at this time.

Note:
Only ONE CPU/printer pair at a time should be connected to the network while the units are
being configured.
3 Follow the appropriate steps for your printer under Configuring the Printer IP on page 2-7, and
then proceed with Configuring the CPU IP and Localization on page 2-8 for the CPU/printer
pair.
4 Specify a unique node ID and node name for this PrintMaster CPU/printer pair. Make sure the
node name contains five uppercase characters.
5 Initiate a recording from a Spacelabs Medical monitor to the specified PrintMaster, and then
confirm proper operation.
6 Remove the PrintMaster CPU/printer pair from the network, and then connect the next
PrintMaster CPU/printer pair.
7 Repeat steps 3 through 6 for all other PrintMaster CPU/printer pairs.
8 When all units have been properly configured, connect all the PrintMaster CPU/printer pairs to
the network.
9 Initiate recordings from a Spacelabs Medical monitor to each PrintMaster CPU/printer pair.
Confirm proper operation.

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Configuring the Printer IP

Setup
The method for entering the printers IP address of 164.90.200.xx (where xx is a unique number
from 2 to 255) differs according to the printer you are using. Instructions are provided for the
following printers:
Okidata Okipage 24n
HP4200n
HP2300n
For any other printer type, refer to the manufacturers service manual.

Okidata Okipage 24n Printer

For an Okidata Okipage 24n printer, the configuration of the printer IP is accomplished via a
telnet session.
1 Determine the IP addresses to be used. It is recommended that the default address be used for
one system and all others changed as appropriate.
2 Log on to the desktop as root using password pm90838 (no input will show in the field while
entering the password).
3 At the # prompt, type telnet printmaster, then press ENTER.
4 A screen will appear displaying an introductory message.
5 When prompted for a password, type OkiLAN (case-sensitive).
6 Once your password is entered and accepted, a list of options will display as shown below.
************************************************************
Okilan 6100e Configuration Utility
1. Show Network/Printer Information
2. Change Password
3. Specify Print Server IP Address
4. Specify Subnet Mask For Your Network
5. Identify Default Gateway IP Address
6. Configure Port
7. TCP Connection Configuration
8. Download New Firmware
9. Restore to Factory Defaults

To select an option above, type its number and press Enter.


To quit, press Enter.
************************************************************
7 Select item 3, then press ENTER to display the following menu:
1. Use network protocol to get IP address
2. Enter permanent IP address
8 Select item 2 and press ENTER.
9 Enter the printer units IP address of 164.90.200.xx (where xx is a unique number from
2 to 255).
10 Press ENTER.
11 Press ENTER to quit the utility.

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12 The following message will appear:


Your configuration has changed.
Warning: Saving changes will cause the print server to be reset for
all protocols.
Any active print jobs will be lost.
Save changes? (Y/N)
13 Press Y and then press ENTER to save changes.

HP4200n and HP2300n Printers

For an HP4200n or HP2300n printer, perform the following steps:


1 Turn on the printer and wait until it displays Ready.
2 Press the checkmark button (4) to enter the menu.
3 Press and select Configure Device, and then press 4.
4 Press and select I/O, and then press 4.
5 Press and select EIO 2 JETDIRECT MENU, and then press 4.
6 Press and select TCP/IP, and then press 4.
7 Press and select Config Method, and then press 4.
8 Press and select Manual, and then press 4.
9 Press to return to TCI/IP, and then press 4.
10 Press and select Manual Setting, and then press 4.
11 Press and select IP Address, and then press 4.
12 Set the IP address to 164.90.200.2 using the or button to set each digit and pressing
4 to access the next field and save the setting.
13 Press and select Subnet Mask, and then press 4.
14 Set the Subnet Mask to 255.255.255.0 using the or button to set each digit and pressing
4 to access the next field and save the setting.
15 Press and select Default Gateway, and then press 4.
16 Set the Default Gateway to 164.90.200.2 using the or button to set each digit and
pressing 4 to access the next field and save the setting.
17 Press and select Idle Timeout, and then press 4.
18 Set the Idle Timeout to 270 using the or button to set each digit and pressing 4 to
access the next field and save the setting.

Configuring the CPU IP and Localization


1 Log on to the desktop using the username root and the password pm90838.
2 At the # sign, type sys-unconfig, then press Y and press ENTER. The system will
unconfigure itself and shut down.
3 When you see the message Type any key to continue, press ENTER to restart the system.

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4 When the Select a Language screen displays, select the desired language (0 for English) and

Setup
then press ENTER.
5 When the Select a Locale screen displays, select the desired locale (factory default is 48) and
press ENTER.
6 At the kdmconfig - Introduction screen, press F2.
7 At the kdmconfig View and Edit Window System Configuration screen, press F2.
8 At the kdmconfig Window System Configuration Test screen, press F2.
9 Using the mouse, click Yes at the color test screen.
10 When the Network Connectivity screen displays, select Yes and press F2.
11 When the DHCP screen displays, verify No is selected and then press F2.
12 When the Host Name screen displays, remove Unknown, type pm90838, and press F2.
13 At the IP Address screen, enter the CPU box address of 164.90.200.xx and press F2.

Note:
Steps 14 through 24 may be different for your setup. Read through the steps first to determine
the correct selections.
14 When asked if part of a subnet, select No and press F2.
15 If the Subnet Netmask screen displays, verify 255.255.255.0 and press F2.
16 When the Ipv6 screen displays, verify No is selected and press F2.
17 If asked to enable Kerberos security, select No and press F2.
18 When the Name Service screen appears, verify None is selected and press F2.
19 If asked if part of a subnet, select No and press F2.
20 When the Time Zone screen displays, select the correct region and press F2.
21 When the Geographic Region screen displays, select the desired region (default is United
States), select the time zone (default is Pacific), and then press ENTER.
22 When the Date and Time screen displays, verify and set the correct Date and Time, and then
press F2.
23 When the Root Password screen displays, type pm90838 in both blocks, and then press
ENTER. No input will show in the field while entering the password.
24 At the Confirm Information screen, press F2.
25 The CPU will restart. Log on to the desktop as root with a password of pm90838.
26 Open a terminal window by right-clicking on the desktop, selecting hosts, and then This host.
27 Type cd /etc.
28 Type chmod 777 hosts to enable the hosts file to be writable.
29 Type vi hosts to edit the hosts file.
30 Scroll down to end of the last line, press a, and then press ENTER to add a line.
31 Add the line 164.90.200.xx printmaster (where xx is the IP selected for the printer).
32 Press ESC.

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33 While holding the SHIFT key, press Z twice to save and exit.
34 Type init 6 and press ENTER to restart the system.
35 When the banner page prints, the system is ready to accept recordings.

Printer Operation

Loading Paper
PrintMaster uses a slide-out paper cassette which accepts up to 500 pages of 8.5 x 11 inch or
A4 (21 x 29.7 cm) paper. Refer to the printer handbook/CD for paper loading instructions.
PrintMaster beeps every 15 seconds if the printer is out of paper. The printer display indicates
PAPER OUT until this situation is corrected.

Caution
While the printer is off-line or out of paper, it ignores any new alarm that would
normally start a recording.
The default paper size must be set to the size of paper loaded in the paper cassette.
Refer to the printer handbook/CD for instructions.

Clearing Paper Jams


If the PAPER JAM indicator flashes on the printer display, check these areas for paper
problems:
paper input area
under top cover
paper exit area
Instructions for clearing paper jams are provided in the printer handbook/CD.

Terminating a Print Job


To terminate a multiple-page print job currently in progress, power the printer OFF until the front
panel lights go out, then power it back ON. This cancels any print job in process, but pending jobs
waiting in the print queue are not affected.

Warning
Do not power the CPU OFF. This erases the current and all pending print jobs.

Replacing the Toner Cartridge


When TONER LOW appears on the display panel, replace the toner cartridge. Approximately
100 additional pages can be printed before the toner is totally depleted. Refer to the printer
handbook/CD for instructions on toner cartridge replacement.

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Functional Tests

Setup
The following tests verify operation of the PrintMaster network and printer interface cards.

Equipment Required
In addition to the PrintMaster system, the following items are necessary:
UCW monitor (90385 or equivalent)
Ethernet cables (2)
ECG module (90470 or equivalent)
Patient simulator
Transceiver (LAN)

System Setup
1 Configure PrintMaster as illustrated in Figure 2-1.

Spacelabs Spacelabs Spacelabs Spacelabs


Monitor Monitor Monitor Monitor

(LAN)

PrintMaster PrintMaster Spacelabs Spacelabs


Printer CPU Monitor Monitor

Figure 2-1: Typical PrintMaster configuration

2 Make sure all components in the system are turned OFF and plugged into a suitable AC power
source.
3 Make sure there is paper in the printer tray.

Print Test
1 Power ON the PrintMaster printer and CPU.
2 Verify that the test page prints with the following information in less than five minutes:
Software version
Node Name
Node ID

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Network Tests

Note:
This test requires that setup for the CPU has been completed (Node ID, Name, etc.).
1 With the PrintMaster CPU and printer powered OFF, connect the LAN cable to the CPU
Ethernet interface connector on the rear panel.
2 Power ON the PrintMaster printer, CPU, Ultraview Care Network/PCMS monitor, and LAN
repeater.
3 Insert an ECG module into the monitor, connect the simulator, power the simulator ON, and
display a waveform on the monitor screen.
4 Set up the monitors recorder assignments to print to the appropriate PrintMaster unit.
5 Touch RECORD and ECG to initiate a recording.
6 If the printer fails to operate, access the monitors Biomed menu and verify that the node name
appears as one of the recorder names. Select that name as the PRIMARY recorder (if the name
does not appear, select a blank recorder key and enter the correct node name for the
PrintMaster system).
To view the NODE DIRECTORY:
a Touch MONITOR SETUP.
b Access the Biomed privileged access menu per your monitors service manual.
c Touch NETWORK SETUP.
d Touch NODE DIRECTORY.
The PrintMaster node name should appear on the directory list.

Note:
The PrintMaster system uses SNMP to derive printer status to determine whether to accept
print jobs based on printer status. This prevents queuing large numbers of recordings if the
printer jams, runs out of paper, etc. This interface works with the following printers:
- HP2200n, dn, and dtn
- HP4100n, tn, and dtn
- HP4200n
- HP2300n
- Lexmark T520 and M410
- Okidata Okipage 18n and 24n.
The printer must be configured for a static IP, and the PrintMaster must be configured to
print to that IP.
HP printers are language-dependent, except for HP4200n and HP2300n. If the front panel
of a qualified printer (except HP4200n and HP2300n) is set to a language other than
English, SNMP may not function.

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Maintenance

Contents
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Screen Saver Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Maintenance Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Script File Printer Selections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

Overview
Note:
This chapter does not document printer maintenance. Refer to the printer handbook/CD for
printer maintenance information.

Caution Observe precautions for handling electrostatic-sensitive devices!

Note:
Never touch electrostatic-sensitive electronic components without following proper
anti-static procedures, including the use of an ESD wrist band and mat. An
electrostatic discharge from your fingers can permanently damage electronic
components.
All static-sensitive electronic components are packaged in static-shielding bags.
Retain the bag for repackaging the component, should you need to store it or
return it to Spacelabs Medical for any reason.
Cleaning, preventive maintenance, and safety checks should be performed
annually and following any product disassembly/assembly. Preventive
maintenance and safety checks must be performed by trained personnel only.

Screen Saver Mode


The display will automatically enter the screen saver mode after several minutes of no activity.
Enter a password of 2468 or pm90838 to exit the screensaver mode.

Maintenance Menu
The PrintMaster Maintenance Menu provides access to the system setup, maintenance, and
troubleshooting functions.
To access the PrintMaster Maintenance Menu:
1 Power the PrintMaster CPU ON.
2 Verify that the startup screen and memory tests appear.
3 After completion of the system startup routines, the logon screen appears.
4 At the logon prompt, type biomed (lower case) and press ENTER.
5 When prompted for your password, type 2468 and press ENTER.

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6 From the desktop window, double-click the PrintMaster icon to open the PrintMaster
Maintenance Menu.
--------------------------------------------------------------
PrintMaster Maintenance Menu
Fri Mar 4 14:37:17 2004
--------------------------------------------------------------
1) Shutdown Application: Currently running
2) Start Application: Currently running
3) Enter Hospital Name: Memorial Medical Center
4) Change Node ID: 60
5) Change Node Name: PRD60
6) Change Status Display: 0
7) Print the PCMS error log file
8) Set Printer IP Address
9) Network Status menu
10) Print System Configuration
11) Upgrade PrintMaster software
12) Printer Selection
q) Quit Setup
Enter Choice:

Note:
Menu options 3, 4, 5, and 8 are setup functions (refer to Entering a Hospital Name on
page 2-4, Changing the Node ID on page 2-4, Changing the Node Name on page 2-5, and
Setting the CPU and Printer IP Addresses on page 2-5). The remaining menu options are
maintenance functions.

Shut Down Application


Select 1) Shutdown Application to stop all printer activities. The current printer status is indicated
to the right of this selection (Currently running).

Note:
Selecting the Shutdown Application option purges all pending print jobs from memory.
To shut down PrintMaster activities:
1 From the PrintMaster Maintenance Menu, select 1) Shutdown Application.
2 Press ENTER.
3 Verify that the following prompt appears:
Shut down the application [y/n]?
4 Type y for yes.
5 Press ENTER. The following messages appear during the shutdown process:
Please wait while the application shuts down.
Mar 4 14:51:26 90838 unix: The PrintMaster system has been shut down.
6 Restart PrintMaster by selecting 2) Start Application from the Maintenance Menu.

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Start Application

Maintenance
Select 2) Start Application on the Maintenance Menu and press ENTER to start. The
PrintMaster application automatically starts when the CPU is powered ON. If the application is
stopped by selecting Shutdown Application, it can be restarted using Start Application without
doing a system reset.

Enter Hospital Name


Refer to Setup Utilities on page 2-3.

Change Node ID
Refer to Changing the Node ID on page 2-4.

Change Node Name


Refer to Changing the Node Name on page 2-5.

Change Status Display


Change Status Display defines the amount of information collected in the PrintMaster error and
status logs:
0 = OFF
1 = least amount of information collected
3 = maximum information collected
To change the status display:
1 From the PrintMaster Maintenance Menu, select 6) Change Status Display and press
ENTER.
2 Verify that the following prompt appears:
Enter internal system detection value (0 is off) 0-3 [0]:
The current selection is identified in brackets ([0]). The default is 0.
3 Type in the desired number (0, 1, or 3).
4 Press ENTER. Changes will not take effect until the system is reset.

Print the PCMS Error Log File


Select 7) Print the PCMS error log file to print the entire PrintMaster error log.

Set the Printer IP Address


Refer to Setting the CPU and Printer IP Addresses on page 2-5.

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Network Status Menu


Select 9) Network Status menu to display the network debugging menu:
Network Status
1. Show Nodes, short list
q. Quit (Return to main menu)
Selection:
To select an item on the Network Status menu, type in the item number (1 or q) at the Selection
prompt and press ENTER.
Select 1) Show Nodes, short list to display a list of all node names and IDs residing on the
network:
Nodes currently active on the network
=====================================
23 23PC1 24 24PCX 45 45PC2 49 49ALF 53 53PC1
59 PRT59 60 PRD60 63 63PRT
Press the ENTER key to continue.
Select q) Quit to exit the Network Status menu and return to the PrintMaster Maintenance
Menu.

Print System Configuration


Select 10) Print System Configuration on the Maintenance Menu to print a list of supported
print applications.

Upgrade PrintMaster Software


This option provides instruction should it become necessary to upgrade or reinstall PrintMaster
software.
To upgrade the application software:
1 Restart the system.
2 At the desktop logon prompt, type root for the username, and then press ENTER.
3 Type pm90838 for the password and press ENTER.
4 Insert the application CD into the CD-ROM drive. File Manager will automatically start the CD.
5 Click Install and follow the on-screen instructions.
6 Open a console window if not already open.
7 At the # prompt, type mv /bin/lpstat.org /bin/lpstat.
8 Type init 6 and press ENTER to restart the machine.
After the software is loaded, the application automatically starts and the system is ready to accept
print jobs once the banner page is printed.

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Install Modapp

Maintenance
The Modapp software enables the PrintMaster to perform special print functions such as 12-lead
ECG reports.
1 Restart the system.
1 At the desktop logon prompt, type root and then press ENTER.
2 Type pm90838 for the password and press ENTER.
3 Insert the 3.5-inch Modapp disk into the floppy drive.
4 On the desktop, select the File Manager icon using the mouse.
5 From the File Manager window, select Open Floppy.
6 Double-click the Install-Modapp icon and wait for the script to complete.
7 From the File menu, select Eject.
8 Remove the disk when it is safe to do so.
9 Open a terminal window if not already open.
10 Type init 6 and press ENTER to restart the CPU.

Printer Setup
Refer to Setup Utilities on page 2-3.

Quit Setup
Select q) Quit Setup to exit the PrintMaster Maintenance Menu.

Script File Printer Selections


The use of selected printers requires the script file for SNMP (Simple Network Management
Protocol) to be updated to function properly. The script file selection must be updated the first time
a printer is configured, or whenever the printer is changed to a different model type.

Note:
The software version is printed on the banner page when the system boots up.
The following instructions describe updating the script file for the compatible printers. The script
file disk (P/N 063-1713-00) is required to perform these procedures.
To switch from Okipage 24 to HP4200n/2300n using PrintMaster V1.21.07 or V1.21.08, refer
to PrintMaster V1.21.07 and V1.21.08 on page 3-6.
To switch from HP2200/4100 to HP4200n/2300n using PrintMaster V2.00.00 or V2.00.01,
refer to Switching From HP2200/4100 to HP4200n/2300n on page 3-6.
To switch from Okipage 24 to HP4200n/2300n using PrintMaster V2.00.00 or V2.00.01, refer
to Switching From Okipage 24 to HP4200n/2300n on page 3-8.

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PrintMaster V1.21.07 and V1.21.08


To switch from Okipage 24 to HP4200n/2300n:
1 Connect the system to be modified to an HP4200n/2300n printer (011-0079/80-06 or
011-0203/0204-00) using a crossover cable (Spacelabs Medical P/N 012-0602-10).
2 Turn ON the system, but leave the printer OFF.
3 Type root for the logon name and spacific for the password.
4 Insert the script file disk (P/N 063-1713-00) into the floppy disk drive.
5 When the # prompt appears, type cd maint and press ENTER.
6 Type doscp a:trap.hp4. and press ENTER (note the space between hp4 and the second
period).
7 Type cp trap.hp4 trap3 and press ENTER.
8 Type doscp a:pcms_lp pcms_lp and press ENTER.
9 When the # prompt appears, remove the disk from the floppy disk drive.
10 Type init 6 and press ENTER to reboot the system.
11 Turn ON the printer. A test page will print after a short delay.
The default printer is now set to HP4200n or HP2300n.
To switch back to an Okipage 24 printer:
1 Connect the system to be modified to the Okidata printer (011-0079/80-04) using a crossover
cable (Spacelabs Medical P/N 012-0602-10).
2 Repeat steps 2 through 5 above.
3 Type doscp a:trapok. and press ENTER (note the space between a:trapok and the period).
4 Type cp trapok trap3 and press ENTER.
5 Repeat steps 9 and 10 above.
The default printer is now set to Okidata 24.

PrintMaster V2.00.xx

Switching From HP2200/4100 to HP4200n/2300n


To switch from an HP2200/4100 printer:
1 At the desktop login, type biomed as the username and 2468 as the password. If the Choose
CDE or open Windows message appears, select CDE.
2 Close the Solaris Registration, Help window, and File Manager window(s), if open.
3 On the toolbar at the bottom of the screen, click Home Folder. The Biomed window opens.
4 Double-click the go up folder.
5 Double-click the go up folder again.
6 Double-click the pm90838 folder.
7 Double-click the maint folder. The maint window opens.

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8 Highlight the trapHP file.

Maintenance
9 Click Selected at the top of the window, and then click Put in Trash to delete the trapHP file.
10 Insert the script file disk (P/N 063-1713-00) into the floppy disk drive.
11 Click above Home Holder on the toolbar.
12 Click Open Floppy. An unnamed_floppy window opens.
13 Drag the hp4200 file from the floppy disk to the maint window opened earlier.
14 Rename the hp4200 file on the maint window to trapHP by clicking Selected at the top of the
window and then clicking Rename.
15 Close the maint windows. Select Eject from the File Manager window.
16 Remove the disk from the floppy disk drive.
17 Click CONTINUE, and then click OK.
18 Close the Watch Error window.
19 Open the terminal console window by right-clicking, selecting Hosts, and then select Terminal
Console window.
20 At the $ prompt, type su and press ENTER.
21 Type the password pm90838 and press ENTER twice.
22 At the # prompt, type init 0 and press ENTER to shut down the system.
23 When Type Any Key to Continue appears on the screen, power down the system.
24 Turn the system ON. After the computer restarts to the desktop, a banner page should print to
the printer. The application automatically starts.
25 At the desktop login, type biomed as the username and 2468 as the password.
26 Close the Solaris Registration, Help window, and File Manager window(s), if open.
27 Double-click the PrintMaster icon.
28 Select item 1 and press ENTER.
29 Type y and press ENTER to close the application.
30 Select item 12 and press ENTER.
31 Select HP printer and press ENTER twice.
32 Select q and press ENTER to return to the Maintenance Menu.
33 Select item 2 and press ENTER to start the application.
34 Type y and press ENTER to confirm. A banner page will print.
35 When the Entering Idle State message appears, press ENTER and return to the Maintenance
Menu.
The default printer is now set to HP4200n or HP2300n.
To switch back to the HP2200/4100 printer:
1 Repeat steps 1 through 12 above.
2 Drag the hp22_41k file from the floppy disk to the maint window opened earlier.

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3 Rename the hp22_41k file on the maint window to trapHP by clicking Selected at the top of
the window and then clicking Rename.
4 Repeat steps 15 through 33 above.
The default printer is now set to HP2200 or HP4100.

Switching From Okipage 24 to HP4200n/2300n


1 At the desktop login, type biomed as the username and 2468 as the password. If the Choose
CDE or open Windows message appears, select CDE.
2 Close the Solaris Registration, Help window, and File Manager window(s), if open.
3 Double-click the PrintMaster icon.
4 Select item 1 and press ENTER.
5 Type y and press ENTER to close the application.
6 Select item 12 and press ENTER.
7 Select HP printer and press ENTER twice.
8 Select q and press ENTER to return to the Maintenance Menu.
9 Select item 2 and press ENTER to start the application.
10 Type y and press ENTER to confirm. A banner page will print.
11 When the Entering Idle State message appears, press ENTER and return to the Maintenance
Menu.
The default printer is now set to HP4200n or HP2300n.

Note:
You must restart the system to print from the Spacelabs Medical monitor to the printer.
12 Open the Terminal Console window by right-clicking, selecting Hosts, and then select
Terminal Console window.
13 At the $ prompt, type su and press ENTER.
14 Type the password pm90838 and press ENTER twice.
15 At the # prompt, type init 6 and press ENTER to restart the system.
16 After the computer restarts to the desktop, a banner page should print to the printer. The
application automatically starts.
To switch back to the Okipage 24 printer, repeat steps 1 through 16 above, except on step 7,
select Okipage printer instead of HP printer.
The default printer is now set to Okipage 24.

3-8
Troubleshooting

Contents
System Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Confirming TCP/IP Addresses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Confirming the Link Between CPU and Printer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

System Problems
Note:
This chapter does not cover printer troubleshooting. Refer to the printer handbook for
information on troubleshooting the printer.

Bootup Error Troubleshooting


Perform the following procedure if, at bootup, the system displays an Unable to repair file
system message as a result of an improper powerdown:
1 At the # prompt, type fsck -F ufs /dev/rdsk/c0d0s0 (case-sensitive).
Note:
The spaces are required; 0 = zero.
2 Press ENTER.
3 Answer Y (yes) to all screen prompts.
4 When complete, press CTRL+D to continue with the bootup process and display the login
screen.

Quick Check
Printer refuses to initiate a print job
1 At the Ultraview Care Network/PCMS monitor, touch RECORD and then touch any flashing
parameter key. Watch the message line for an Unable to record requested channel
message. If this message does not appear, skip to step 3.
2 If this message does appear:
a Check that power cables, Ethernet cables, and connectors are secure and in their correct
positions. Try to record from another bed on the same network.
b Check the printer control panel for any error conditions (paper out, jams, etc.). If found,
correct them and repeat step 1.
c Cycle the printers power OFF until the LEDs go out and then on again. Repeat step 1.
d If steps a, b, and c do not correct the problem, stop and start the application using the
PrintMaster Maintenance Menu. Verify that in approximately two minutes, the printer
prints a banner page containing the systems software version, node ID, and node name.
If a duplicate node ID exists, this condition will also be reported.
e On the Ultraview Care Network/PCMS monitor, access the Biomed menu and check the
node directory for the presence of the PrintMaster node name. Enter the Recorder Setup
menu and verify that PRIMARY is selected for this printer.

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3 If the message does not appear, the monitor has acknowledged that the RECORD request was
sent to the printer.
a Ensure that the Ultraview Care Network/PCMS monitor is set up correctly for this printer
and not for another on the network.
b Reset the system as explained in Shutting Down or Resetting the System on page 2-2.

Extended Check
Printer refuses to initiate a print job
1 Perform the steps under Quick Check on page 4-1.
2 Power the PrintMaster CPU and printer OFF after performing a system shutdown.
3 Connect the CPU and printer directly using a 10BaseT crossover cable (P/N 012-0602-xx).
4 Power the printer ON first, then the CPU.
5 Wait (approximately five minutes) for the startup page to print.
If the startup page prints, it may be a network-related problem. Check for correct network
cabling and verify operation of the CPU Ethernet card (refer to Network Status Menu on
page 3-4).
Note:
If the screen remains blank for more than three minutes following a successful memory test,
the most probable cause is failure of the hard drive to boot up the operating system.
If the startup page does not print, try pinging the printer as follows:
a At the desktop login prompt, type root and press ENTER.
b Type pm90838 as the password and press ENTER
c At the # prompt, type ping printmaster and press ENTER.
If the command does not display printmaster alive, then the CPU cannot
communicate to the printer. Verify cabling and proper connection.
If the ping command is successful, verify the PrintMaster print service is enabled by
typing enable printmaster and pressing ENTER.
d If your system still does not print, contact your service representative.

CPU display will not go into graphical windows screen


1 Power OFF the CPU as specified in Shutting Down or Resetting the System on page 2-2.
2 Ensure that the keyboard and mouse are properly connected to the CPU box. Failure of these
devices to properly communicate with the CPU box will inhibit the unit from completing the
initialization routine.
3 Power ON the system.

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Confirming TCP/IP Addresses

Troubleshooting
Perform the following steps to confirm the current TCP/IP address settings for the PrintMaster
CPU and printer.

PrintMaster CPU Setting


1 At the desktop logon prompt, type root and press ENTER.
2 Type pm90838 as the password and press ENTER.
3 At the # sign, type ifconfig -a and press ENTER.
4 The inet address for ipbr0 is the current IP address for the CPU box.

PrintMaster Okidata Printer Setting


1 Press the small button labeled TST on the back of the printer next to the 10Base-T cable input.
2 The printer will print the current IP address setting for the installed printer network card.

PrintMaster HP4200n/2300n Printer Settings


1 Press the checkmark button (4) to enter the menu.
2 Press the or button and select Information.
3 Press 4.
4 Press the or button and select Print Configuration.
5 Press 4 again. The printer will print the current IP address setting for the installed printer
network card.

Confirming the Link Between CPU and Printer


To confirm the link between the PrintMaster CPU and the printer:
1 At the desktop logon prompt, type root and press ENTER.
2 Type pm90838 as the password and press ENTER.
3 Type cd/etc to access the etc directory.
4 Type cat hosts to display a listing of the TCP/IP addresses of the CPU and printer units. The
printer unit is named printmaster. Do not change the name of the printer in the \etc\hosts file.

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Parts

Contents
Field Replaceable Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
CPU and Printer Hardware Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Printer Compatibility Matrix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Field Replaceable Parts

Software

Spacelabs Medical
Description
Part Number

Software, application, disk set, 90838, v. 2.00.xx 063-1560-xx


Software, application, disk set, 90838, Modapp 063-1561-xx

Hardware

Spacelabs Medical
Description
Part Number

CPU, Pentium III, 850 MHz, 256 MB RAM 010-1495-00


3.5-inch floppy disk drive 010-0229-00
Toner cartridge, Okidata 1200n, 16n 010-1033-00
Toner cartridge, Okidata 20n, 18n, 24n 010-1154-00
Toner cartridge, HP4200n series 010-1584-00
Toner cartridge, HP2300n series 010-1633-00
Image drum, Okidata 1200n, 16n 010-1034-00
Image drum, Okidata 20n, 18n, 24n 010-1155-00
Okidata Interface/Parallel Cable 012-0607-01
(used with network card, P/N 011-0088-00, in CPU box)

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CPU and Printer Hardware Configuration


Note:
Platforms 1 - 5 do not support Solaris software and are listed for reference only.

Current
Platform 1 Platform 2 Platform 3 Platform 4 Platform 5
Platform
Intel Express, 486 Intel Express, 486 Pentium Platform Pentium Platform Pentium Platform Pentium III
CPU Platform SW V1.10.xx SW V1.20.xx SW V1.21.xx SW V2.00.xx

Canon LBP-EX Okidata OL1200 or Okidata OL1200 or Okidata OL1200 or Okidata OL1200, Okidata 18, 24,
Printer 16N 16N 16N 16N, 18, or 20 HP4200n,
HP2300n

Printer does not Uses Okidata Uses Okidata Uses Okidata Uses Okidata Sun Solaris
have an Okidata printer SW version printer Unixware printer, Unixware printer, Unixware
label SW V1.10.xx 1.1 SW V1.10.xx 2.1, Intel 2.1, Intel Ether-
Identification version is below EtherXpress 16 Xpress 10 PCMS
V1.10.00 PCMS network network card SW
card SW V1.21.xx V1.21.xx

Service 070-0532-XX 070-0532-XX 070-0532-XX 070-0532-XX 070-0532-XX 070-0532-XX


Manual
Below V1.10.00 Above V1.10.xx Above V1.10.xx Above V1.20.xx Above V1.21.xx V2.00.xx or higher
SW
and Below and Below
Requirements V1.20.xx V1.20.xx

Service to new 011-0067-00 Service to new SW V1.20.xx and SW V1.21.xx and SW V2.00.xx and
hard drive: hard drive: hard drive hard drive hard drive
011-0064-00 011-0067-00 011-0067-01 011-0067-02 011-0067-03
Services/ requires Intel requires Intel
Dependencies EtherXpress EtherXpress Pro
Ethernet card Ethernet card
011-0067-01 011-0086-01
011-0076-00 011-0067-02

CPU 010-0603-xx 010-0603-xx 010-1032-00 010-1032-00 010-1032-00 010-1495-00

Motherboard 010-0644-01 010-0644-01 010-1053-00 010-1053-00 010-1053-00 N/A

010-0618-00, 010-0618-00, None None None N/A


486/50; 486/50;
CPU Board 010-0900-00, 010-0900-00,
486/66 486/66

170-0147-00, 170-0147-00, 156-0696-00, 156-0696-00, 156-0696-00, 256 MB


Memory SIMM 4 M 4M 8M 8M 8M

Hard Drive 011-0064-00 011-0067-00 011-0067-00 011-0067-01 011-0067-02 N/A


w/current SW
Ethernet Card 670-0752-00 670-0752-00 670-0752-00 011-0076-00 011-0086-01 N/A

EPROM 1.03.00 2.04.00 2.04.00 Not applicable Not applicable N/A


Version
(670-0752-00)
Printer Card 670-0768-00 011-0072-00 011-0072-00 011-0072-00 011-0072-00 N/A
(inside CPU
box)

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Current
Platform 1 Platform 2 Platform 3 Platform 4 Platform 5
Platform
012-0253-01 012-0530-00 012-0530-00 012-0530-00 012-0530-00 N/A
Printer Cable (10Base-2, (10Base-2, (10Base-2, (10Base-2,
50 Ohm) 50 Ohm) 50 Ohm) 50 Ohm)

Printer Cable None 131-0831-00 131-0831-00 131-0831-00 131-0831-00 N/A


T 50 Ohm
Printer Cable None 131-0273-01 131-0273-01 131-0273-01 131-0273-01 N/A
Terminator
50 Ohm
Power Supply 010-0628-00 010-0628-00 119-0249-00 119-0249-00 119-0249-00 N/A

Battery Assy, 156-0364-00 156-0364-00 146-0052-00 146-0052-00 146-0052-00 N/A


Clock (battery only) (battery only) (battery only)

Canon: Okidata OL1200: Okidata OL 1200: Okidata OL 1200: 16N: 16N:


120V: 011-0058-00 120V, 011-0069-00 120V, 011-0069-00 120V, 011-0069-00 120V, 011-0079-01 120V, 011-0079-01
240V: 011-0060-00 240V, 011-0070-00 240V, 011-0070-00 240V, 011-0070-00 240V, 011-0080-01 240V, 011-0080-01
16N: 16N: 16N: 18: 20:
120V, 011-0079-00 120V, 011-0079-00 120V, 011-0079-00 120V, 011-0079-02 120V, 011-0079-02
240V, 011-0080-00 240V, 011-0080-00 240V, 011-0080-00 240V, 011-0080-02 240V, 011-0080-02
20: 18:
120V, 011-0079-03 120V, 011-0079-03
240V, 011-0080-03 240V, 011-0080-03
Printer
24:
120V, 011-0079-04
240V, 011-0080-04
HP4200n:
120V, 011-0079-06
240V, 011-0080-06
HP2300n:
120V, 011-0203-00
240V, 011-0204-00

010-0734-00 010-1033-00 010-1033-00 010-1033-00 OKI 1200, 16N: OKI 1200, 16N:
010-1033-00 010-1033-00
OKI 18, 20: OKI 18, 20, 24:
Toner 010-1154-00 010-1154-00
Cartridge HP4200n:
010-1584-00
HP2300n:
010-1633-00

None 010-1034-00 010-1034-00 010-1034-00 OKI 1200, 16N: OKI 1200, 16N:
010-1034-00 010-1034-00
Image Drum
OKI 18, 20: OKI 18, 20, 24:
010-1155-00 010-1155-00

8.5 x 11: Universal: Universal: Universal: Universal: Universal:


010-0735-00 010-1078-00 010-1078-00 010-1078-00 010-1078-00 010-1078-00
Paper Tray (Okidata)
21cm x 29.7cm:
010-0736-00

120V: 90829 120V: 90829 120V: 90829 120V: 90829 120V: 90829 120V: 90829
UPS 240V: 90829-30 240V: 90829-30 240V: 90829-30 240V: 90829-30 240V: 90829-30 240V: 90829-30

Network Card 010-0726-00 011-0073-00 011-0073-00 011-0073-00 011-0088-00 011-0088-01


in Printer (Okidata)

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Okidata 1200 Okidata 16N Okidata 16N Okidata 20N Okidata 18 Okidata 24 HP4200n HP2300n
011-0069-00 011-0079-00 011-0079-01 011-0079-02 011-0079-03 011-0079-04 011-0079-06 011-0203-00
115 V, 115 V, 115 V, 115 V, 115 V, 115 V, 115 V, 115 V,
011-0070-00 011-0080-00 011-0080-01 011-0080-02 011-0080-03 011-0080-04 011-0080-06 011-0204-00
240 V 240 V 240 V 240 V 240 V 240 V 240 V 240 V

Compatible 1.10.xx 1.10.xx 1.21.07/08 1.21.07/08 1.21.07/08 1.21.07/08 1.21.07/08 1.21.07/08


software 1.20.xx 1.20.xx 2.00.xx 2.00.xx 2.00.xx 2.00.xx
Printer Compatibility Matrix

1.21.xx 1.21.xx

Printer network 011-0073-00 011-0073-00 011-0088-01 011-0088-01 011-0088-01 011-0088-01 Use default Use default
card installed with jumper with jumper with jumper with jumper printer printer
(inside printer) cable cable cable cable network card network card
012-0607-00 012-0607-00 012-0607-00 012-0607-00

CPU to printer 10Base2 10Base2 10BaseT 10BaseT 10BaseT 10BaseT CPU and CPU and
connection (Thin-net) (Thin-net) cross-over cross-over cross-over cross-over printer to printer to
-OR- -OR- -OR- -OR- -OR- -OR- Ethernet hub Ethernet hub
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10BaseT, 10BaseT, CPU and CPU and CPU and CPU and
cross-over cross-over printer to printer to printer to printer to
Ethernet hub Ethernet hub Ethernet hub Ethernet hub

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Appendix A Symbols

The following list of international and safety symbols describes all symbols used on Spacelabs Medical
products. No one product contains every symbol.

Symbol Description Symbol Description

HELP Key Keyboard Connection

SPECIAL FUNCTIONS Key Mouse connection

RECORD Key START/STOP Key

NORMAL SCREEN Key START/STOP

MONITOR SETUP Key STOP or CANCEL Key

ALARMS Key CONTINUE Key

PREVIOUS MENU Key ENTER Key

OFF Power Disconnection from


ON Power Connection to Mains
Mains

ON Position for Push Button Power OFF Position for Push Button Power
Switch Switch

On Direction ON/OFF

Television; Video Display Video Output

ON Part of the Instrument Only OFF Part of the Instrument Only

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Symbol Description Symbol Description

Stand-by STAND-BY Key

PAUSE or INTERRUPT Slow Run

Reset Power Indicator LED

Temporary Shut Off of Alarm Tone


Alarm
or Screen Indicators

Indicator Remote Control Indicator Local Control

PRINT REPORT Key Indicator Out of Paper

Partial ON/OFF Recorder Paper

1
2
1
Normal Screen 3
2
3
Return to Prior Menu

Clock/Time Setting Key TREND/TIMER Key

? HELP (Explain Prior Screen) Key Keypad

Activate Recorder for Graphics Indoor Use Only

START (NIBP) Key Auto Mode (NIBP)

Output No Output (Terminated)

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Appendix A Symbols
Symbol Description Symbol Description

Data Input/Output Input/Output

Input Reset

Menu Keys Waveform/Parameter Keys

1 Monitor Setup 1
2 2 A Set Initial Conditions Menu
3 Select Program Options 3

1 1
2 B Access Special Function Menu 2 Return Unit to Monitor Mode
3 3

1 Serial Port 1 2 Serial Port 2

External marker push button


SDLC SDLC Port
connection

Electrocardiograph or
Arterial Pulse
Defibrillator Synchronization

Gas Exhaust Foot Switch

Enlarge, Zoom x Delete

PCMCIA Card Event

Keep Dry Fragile; handle with care

12,200 m
Environmental Shipping/Storage
This Way Up
Altitude Limitations

Environmental Shipping/Storage Environmental Shipping/Storage


Temperature Limitations Humidity Limitations

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Symbol Description Symbol Description

Open Padlock Closed Padlock

Down Arrow Up Arrow

Hard Drive Power Indicator LED

Antenna Mermaid Connector

Microphone Omnidirectional Microphone

Audio Output, Speaker Activate Telemetry Recorder

Network Connection Universal Serial Bus

Gas Sampling Port Gas Return Port

Remote Alarm; Nurse Alert Nurse Call

Battery Status Low Battery

Battery Replace only with the appropriate


Replace only with the appropriate battery.
battery. (+ / - signs may be reversed)

All batteries should be disposed of


Caution - hazardous voltages. To
properly to protect the environment.
reduce risk of electric shock, do not
Lithium batteries should be fully
remove the cover or back. Refer
discharged before disposal.
servicing to a qualified field service
Batteries such as lead-acid (Pb) and
engineer (U.S.A.).
nickel-cadmium (Ni-Cd) must be
recycled. Please follow your internal
DANGER - High Voltage
procedures and or local (provincial)
(International)
laws regarding disposal or recycling.

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Appendix A Symbols
Symbol Description Symbol Description

Protective Earth Ground Functional Earth Ground

Replace Fuse Only as Marked Fuse

Power supply jack polarity.


Equipotentiality Terminal
(+ / - signs may be reversed)

Alternating Current Direct Current

Both Direct and Alternating Current AC/DC Input

A Amperes Hz Hertz

V Volts W Watts

IEC 60601-1 Type B equipment. IEC 60601-1 Class II equipment,


The unit displaying this symbol double-isolated. The unit displaying
contains an adequate degree of this symbol does not require a
protection against electric shock. grounded outlet.

IEC 60601-1 Type BF equipment


which is defibrillator-proof. The unit IEC 60601-1 Type BF equipment.
displaying this symbol contains an The unit displaying this symbol
F-type isolated (floating) patient- contains an F-type isolated (floating)
applied part which contains an patient-applied part providing an
adequate degree of protection adequate degree of protection
against electric shock, and is against electric shock.
defibrillator-proof.

IEC 60601-1 Type CF equipment. IEC 60601-1 Type CF equipment.


The unit displaying this symbol The unit displaying this symbol
contains an F-type isolated (floating) contains an F-type isolated (floating)
patient-applied part providing a high patient-applied part providing a high
degree of protection against electric degree of protection against electric
shock, and is defibrillator-proof. shock.

Loop Filter Adult NIBP

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Symbol Description Symbol Description

Canadian Standards Association


ETL Laboratory Approved Approved
C US
Risk of Explosion if Used in the
Presence of Flammable Anesthetics ! Operates on Non-Harmonized
Radio Frequencies in Europe

Attention - Consult Operations or


Note Note ! Service Manual for Description

Warning About Potential Danger to Caution About Potential Danger to a


Warning Caution
Human Beings Device

Noninvasive Blood Pressure (NIBP),


Fetal Monitor Connection (Analog)
Neonate

Fetal Monitor Connection Physiological Monitor Connection


RS-232 (Digital) RS-232 (Digital)

Happy Face Sad Face

Magnifying Glass Compression

File Cabinet List of Rooms

Arrows Printer

Recycle Service Message

Radio transmitting device; elevated


levels of non-ionizing radiation

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Abbreviations used as symbols are shown below.

Appendix A Symbols
Symbol Description Symbol Description

Access Codes
1 - 32 AIR Air
1 Through 32

ANT 1 Diversity Antenna System 1 Arr1 Arrhythmia Net 1


ANT 2 Diversity Antenna System 2 ArrNet2 Arrhythmia Net 2

EEG, EMG, or ECG Channel


CH
EEG Channels - CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4 cmH2O Centimeters of Water
ch
EMG Channel - CH5

C.O.
DIA
CO Cardiac Output Diastolic
dia
co

ECG EEG
Electrocardiogram Electroencephalogram
ecg eeg

EMG Electrosurgical Interference


Electromyogram ESIS
emg Suppression

EXT External FECG Fetal Electrocardiogram

FHR1 Fetal Heart Rate, Channel 1 GND


Ground
FHR2 Fetal Heart Rate, Channel 2 gnd

HLO
High-Level Output Multiview Multi-Lead Electrocardiogram
hlo

NIBP
Noninvasive Blood Pressure N 2O Nitrous Oxide
nibp

PRESS
O2 Oxygen press Pressure
PRS

RESP
Respiration SDLC Synchronous Data Link Control
resp

SPO2
SVO2
SpO2 Arterial Oxygen Saturation
SvO2 Mixed Venous Oxygen Saturation
SpO2 as Measured by Pulse Oximetry
SvO2
SaO2

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Symbol Description Symbol Description


T1 Temperature 1
SYS T2 Temperature 2
Systolic
sys T3 Temperature 3
T4 Temperature 4

TEMP
Temperature UA Uterine Activity or Umbilical Artery
temp

VAC Vacuum Connection

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