Product Manual - SAM Basic with SimScope - 1020097 light skin - 1022474 dark skin
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Introduction Thank you for purchasing the Cardionics SimScope and/or Bionic Hybrid Simulator a Simulation Solution for Standardized Patient Assessment. Safety Precautions The following symbols are applicable to the device. Attention: Read and understand all warnings and cautions before use. IPX0 No degree of protection against ingress of water. This product may contain natural rubber latex. Caution:  Before each use check the SimScope ear tips for secure fit. Do not use if missing or loose.  Place patches on healthy skin. Do not place over sores or cuts. Excessive body hair may make...

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3 Isopropyl Alcohol). Do not immerse any part of the SimScope or Bionic Hybrid Simulator Tech Pack.  The internal wireless module complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the condition that this device does not cause harmful interference.  No serviceable parts. Do not attempt to repair or service the SimScope or Bionic Hybrid Simulator Tech Pack. Return to Cardionics for all repairs. Call 281-488-5901 for service directions before returning.  The BHS pulse assembly does contain latex covered by fabric. Getting Started Congratulations on the purchase of the SimScope...

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4 3. Fill out the registration form. For computers connected to the internet, the process of registering is instant. If unable to connect to the internet, click register by phone and follow the instructions.  Connecting the SimScope or Tech Pack with USB Locate the USB cable and connect the SimScope or Bionic Hybrid Simulator Tech Pack to the computer. A USB interface allows access to the sound library, configurations, and settings within the device. Changes made via USB are stored within the device and become the default setting. Note: Changes made over Wi-Fi for wireless models are...

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5 12. Press any volume button on the SimScope to activate and begin using. Note: For Bionic Hybrid Simulator users press the power button on the Tech Pack first to establish a wireless network. Then connect with the PC or tablet and power the SimScope. SimScope Overview The SimScope resembles a sleek electronic stethoscope with binaural ear tips for listening, chest piece for placing on a patient, and middle enclosure housing the electronics and replaceable AAA battery. Patches, disposable disk with tan fabric on top and adhesive tape on bottom, are placed on the standardized patient or...

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6 drain type battery to provide similar operating time. The Energizer Ultimate Lithium™, like the one supplied with the wireless SimScope, will power the SimScope with Wi-Fi up to four hours or 110 uses at 130 seconds a session. As the battery approaches end of life the SimScope will play a voice prompt saying, “low battery” at power up. The SimScope may continue to operate on low battery for a while, but unexpected shut downs will eventually occur without warning. Wireless models will disable the Wi-Fi and alert the user at power up if low battery is detected. Battery life varies greatly...

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7 Wi-Fi is initialized. Pressing the power button again will activate the shutdown sequence. A voice prompt will ask to confirm shutdown by pressing the power button again. At shutdown a voice prompt plays, “System powering down.”  Volume Adjustment The plus and minus keys found on the Tech Pack controls the volume to the headphones worn by the SP.  Battery The Bionic Hybrid Simulator uses two 18650 size batteries that can be accessed from the back of the Tech Pack enclosure. The battery door can be detached by removing the center screw with a Phillips style screwdriver. Fully charged...

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8 Figure 1: SimScope PC Application Table 1: SimScope PC Application Functions Name Disconnect Wi-Fi Forces a disconnect from an access point or wireless Bionic Hybrid Simulator connection. Access Point Drop Down Box Displays a list of available access points or Bionic Hybrid Simulators. Selecting one will direct the computer to connect with a Wi-Fi access point or an access point of a Bionic Hybrid Simulator. SimScope Drop Down Box Displays the current device serial number. Clicking the drop-down arrow lists other devices (if any) currently connected. Selecting a different device from the...

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Upgrade Scenarios Opens a dialog box for selecting a zip file containing new sounds or libraries that can be downloaded to the SimScope or Bionic Hybrid Simulator Tech Pack. Wi-Fi Configuration Opens the Wi-Fi configuration window containing network information stored on a device and lists all PC registered wireless devices. File Restore In the event a device fails to connect to the PC App due to corrupted files this feature restores them. Disconnecting a device prematurely while communicating over USB can cause files to be damaged. Initiates a log that records all activity that takes place...

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Add Scenario To Selected Scenarios Right arrow button moves a selected sound from the library over to the Selected Sounds / Scenarios pane. Same function as double-clicking the sound. Remove Scenario From Selected Scenarios Left arrow button moves a selected sound from the Selected Sounds / Scenarios pane back to the Library pane. Same function as double-clicking the sound. Type of mode that configures the SimScope to play sounds assigned by the user. Most commonly used mode. During power up the SimScope will play the voice prompt, “Mode one.” Altering this function is not available during...

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Scenario Delete Button that will permanently remove a selected Scenario from the list. Create Scenario Creates a scenario by saving all sounds and volume settings in the Selected Sound / Scenario pane. Scenarios can only be created while USB connected. Graphical representation of the Standardized Patient’s anterior and posterior views. Different areas of the manikin highlight to show where the SimScope is auscultating in real time. Center Console Area below the SP Manikin graphics displaying information of one or more devices connected to the same access point or Wi-Fi network. Includes...

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