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Nuvo Video Display Systems – User Manual

Nuvo Surgical

Video Display System

Model V1360A

USER MANUAL

For Parts or Technical Assistance

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Table of Contents

 

Intended Use

3

Product Overview

4

Surgical Monitor Positioning

5

Instructions for Use

6

To Turn the Monitor On/Off

6

To Connect a Video Source to the Video Display System

7

To Connect the Video Display System to a Display or Recording Device

8

To Select a Video Signal for Display at a Monitor Using the Wall Control

9

To Select a Video Signal for Display at a Monitor Using the Monitor Handle

10

To Remove the Sterile Handle and Reinstall

11

To Adjust the Monitor Image

11

Maintenance

12

Cleaning

12

Sterilization

12

Sterilizable Handle

13

Using Optional Sterile Handle Covers

13

Preventive Maintenance

14

Consumable Parts

14

Troubleshooting

15

Nuvo Video Display System Specifications

16

Dimensions

16

Monitor Specifications

16

Environmental Conditions for Transport and Storage

17

Environmental Conditions for Use

17

Mains Power Requirements

17

Vertical Load Characteristics

17

Moment Load Characteristics

17

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Intended Use

The Nuvo Video Display System

The Nuvo Surgical Monitor is intended to be used primarily by a surgeon to view images generated by an endoscopic camera.

Introduction

This manual provides the information required for normal operation of the Nuvo Video Display System. Before operating the Nuvo Surgical Monitor, be sure that you have read and understand the contents of this manual. It is important that you read and strictly adhere to the aspects of safety contained in these manuals.

Where applicable, this manual is intended to supplement the Nuvo Surgical Light User Manual S2Z00125.

WARNING:

It is recommended that a complete back-updisplay system be available at all times in case of a total system failure.

CAUTION:

It is strongly recommended the user verify the video system operation before beginning any procedure.

WARNING:

Do not use the Nuvo Video Display System for radiology diagnosis. Radiographic images are displayed for reference only. Possible misdiagnosis of the patient could occur.

WARNING:

Equipment which is not medical grade, but connected to the system, should be kept out of the patient vicinity. Failure to do so could result in personal injury or equipment damage.

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Nuvo Surgical Monitor Product Overview

Positioning

Vertical axis rotates 300°

Monitor rotates 300°

Drift-resistantpositioning

Minimal airflow disturbance

Stows out of the way

Single or dual monitor mounts

Monitor Features

19" flat-screenmedical grade Liquid Crystal Display

Up to four input channels (with optional switching system)

Wall-mountedinput/output selector (with optional switching system)

Maintenance Features

Easily sterilized positioning handle

Wires and connectors concealed for cleaning ease

Suspension

Arm

Counterbalance

Arm

Monitor

Assembly

Sterilizable

Handle

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Surgical Monitor Positioning

The Nuvo Surgical Monitor system provides the surgeon with a suspension arrangement that is well balanced and can be guided easily into position.

The suspension arms rotate 300° around the ceiling mount, and are positioned 180° apart to avoid interfering with each other. The counterbalance arm rotates 300° around its vertical extension. These extension pieces arecustom-sizedaccording to the ceiling height, assuring adequate clearance.

The monitor arm turns 300° around the end of the counterbalance arm. The monitor pivots 300° inside the arm. It can be moved completely out of the way when not in use, without affecting the light.

The combination of these individual elements allows medical personnel to freely move the monitor into a variety of positions using only slight pressure on the sterilizable positioning handle. Once positioned the system remains stable, for optimal viewing of almost any procedure.

If performed by a sterile staff member, grasp the sterilized handle, and position the monitor assembly in the desired position.

If performed by a non-sterilestaff member, grasp the lower edge or side of the monitor (avoid touching the monitor screen) and position the monitor assembly in the desired position.

190°

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Instructions for Use of the Nuvo Video Display System

The Nuvo Video Display System is designed to view images from multiple sources, such as endoscopic cameras, remote video cameras, radiology, pathology, PACS, etc.

Systems may handle up to four separate input signals via an optional video switching board, although basic systems only handle one input.

Each source can be easily selected and viewed by pressing a button on the wall controls or on the sterilizable handle at the monitor.

To Turn the Monitor On/Off:

Turn the monitor system on by using the on/off switch located on the back of the monitor.

CAUTION:

Ensure the monitor is turned off when not in use. Failure to do so will decrease the life of the monitor.

CAUTION

Some video sources are unstable during their power on sequence – it may be necessary to turn the monitor power off, then back on for the image to be displayed properly.

CAUTION

The optional video display system requires the monitors are powered on before input selections are made.

Monitor

On/Off

Switch

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To Connect a Video Source to the Video Display System

CAUTION:

Take care to align the pins on the connector with the holes in the plug on the input panel. Do not force the connector into the plug as this may damage the connector.

Plug the video cable (supplied by others) into a Video Input Panel having the same video format.

Composite Video

S-Video

RGB Video

NOTE:

The composite video cable must be twisted clockwise to ensure that the cable is securely locked.

The s-videoconnector can only be inserted in one orientation and does not have any mechanical retention, other than the friction fit of the pins.

The RGB video cable must be secured with the two small jack screws on either side of the connector.

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To Connect the Video Display System to a Display

CAUTION:

Take care to align the pins on the connector with the holes in the plug on the output panel. Do not force the connector into the plug as this may damage the connector.

Plug the video cable (supplied by others) into the nearest appropriate Video Output Panel.

NOTE:

Output panels are provided with sockets for each video format available for input signals, with the exception that Composite video signals are converted to S-Videosignals for display and output. Always ensure that the output signal is compatible with

(a)the signal to be recorded or displayed and

(b)the device to which it will be connected.

NOTE:

Output Panels are labeled Output A and Output B. The signal delivered to Output A duplicates the signal displayed on Monitor A and, if a second monitor (Monitor B) is provided, then its display image is duplicated at the Output B panel.

NOTE:

The s-videoconnector can only be inserted in one orientation and does not have any mechanical retention, other than the friction fit of the pins.

The RGB video cable must be secured with the two small jack screws on either side of the connector.

The RS-232cable must be secured with the two small jack screws on either side of the connector. ThisRS-232port is only configured for use with National Display Systems monitors.

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To Select a Video Signal for Display at a Monitor Using the Optional Wall Control

NOTE:

This section applies only to systems with the optional video switching.

NOTE:

The Wall Control Panel is an optional feature and may not be included in the system. Identical functionality is available from the button, if provided, on the monitor’s sterilizable handle.

1.Determine whether Monitor A or Monitor B is to be switched.

2.Go to the Wall Control, where the bottom panel is dedicated to video switching. Press the associated button (to the left of the panel for Monitor A, to the right for Monitor B) repeatedly until the desired image appears on the monitor.

NOTE:

For systems which have a single video source, there is no need for switching and the wall control panel is not provided.

NOTE:

The video channel selected for display is indicated by one of the four blue LED indicators associated with that monitor on the panel. If fewer than 4 video inputs are provided, or if any monitor does not have a video source connected to it, the monitor will show a blank image when the associated channel is selected.

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To Select a Video Signal for Display at a Monitor Using the Monitor Handle

NOTE:

This section applies only to systems with the optional video switching.

Video Display Systems with switching capability may be provided with a button at the bottom of the sterilizable handle adjacent to each monitor. Channel selection is achieved by repeatedly pressing this button until the desired image is displayed.

NOTE:

The selection button on the handle performs the same function as the selection button at the optional wall control panel.

NOTE:

This operation should only be performed by a surgeon or other sterile staff member. Operation by a non-sterilemember of staff will contaminate the handle, which should be immediately replaced with a sterile handle or covered by a sterile disposable cover.

NOTE:

The video channel selected for display is indicated at the wall control panel by one of the four blue LED indicators associated with that monitor. If fewer than 4 video inputs are provided, or if any monitor does not have a video source connected to it, the monitor will show a blank image when the associated channel is selected.

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