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#24204 25/06/07 3:11 PM
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Dear All,
We are having 2 philips cathlab ie,Allura FD10 floor mounted and Cieling Mounted, which is giving intermittent problem in the Geometry moment of C-arm as well as table. Company Engineer is telling that it is due to humidity and temperature inside the lab the slow moment is happening which is hard to digest. we are maintaining a humidity level of 50% to 65% and temperature below 20 deg celsius .Any of our fellow engineers has faced similar problem with there lab.What was the solution for that.?


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What, exactly, is the problem here. Stopping, sticking, jerking ... or what? Relays or contactors chattering?

Are these new units, recently installed, Manesh? If so, are they level?

If old, dare I suggest that it sounds like a maintenance problem, lack of lubrication (or too much!), dirty contacts and the like. smile


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Dear Sir,
The problem starts the with the slow moment of C-Arm, which actually moves in good speed during normal operation.These units are 2 years old.Every time we have to call the service engineer for geometry calibraton of C-arm.Every time he used to tell us the machine is calibrated to present humidity an temperature, any Fluctuation in this will affect the moment.During those Slow moments it will show messages like " Bodyguard detector dirty move at your own risk". Body guard detector fail etc.company Er. has changed the sensor, but still the problem continues.


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Dear Manesh,
Do you have problem with both the labs? My suggestion is to identify the exact reason by your self with the Philips Engineer while he works with the system. Policy of philips is that they should explained to yoursatisfaction with logical answers.Wish you all the best in finding an answer for the Queries and eager to see the fellow engineers comments too..
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... I think I would start by having a look at the "bodyguard detector"! wink


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Sir the Body guard detectors they have already replaced once.
Sajeev the company is sticking on to humidity level.


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