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GE Healthcare Part Warranty

      Specialty Component Warranty.


2.1.  GE Healthcare Specialty Components.  Each GE Healthcare detector, probe, tube or image intensifier ("Specialty Component") will be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service, and will perform substantially in accordance with GE Healthcare’s written specifications (as they exist on the date the Specialty Component is shipped) for the time-period identified in the table below starting on the delivery date of the Specialty Component.


2.2.  Non-GE Healthcare Specialty Components.  Each non-GE Healthcare Specialty Component will be free from defects in material under normal use and service for the time-period identified in the table below starting on the delivery date of the Specialty Component.

Specialty Component Full New/Refurbished/Repaired Part Warranty (a)Pro-Rata New/Refurbished/Repaired Part Warranty (b)Used/Harvested Part Warranty

GE Healthcare X-Ray & Vascular Tubes

Radiographic, Radiographic & Fluoroscopic, Vascular

Mammographic, Bone Mineral Densitometry, Infinia Hawkeye

MX150 Vascular, Performix™ 160A (MX160)

Non-GE Healthcare Tubes

 

30 days

30 days

12 months

90 days

 

24 months

12 months

N/A

N/A

 

30 days

30 days

90 days

60 days

GE Healthcare Image Intensifier Tubes

Non-GE Healthcare Image Intensifier Tubes

30 days

90 days

24 months

N/A

30 days

60 days

GE Healthcare CT Tubes

Performix™and Solarix branded tubes

Plus branded tubes

MAXIRay™ branded Tubes

Non-GE Healthcare CT Tubes

 

12 months

24 months

12 months or 6,000 exams*

90 days

 

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

 

90 days

90 days

N/A

60 days

GE Healthcare Detectors

Fixed Digital Detectors (XR, Vascular, Mammography), Wireless & Tethered Digital Detectors

Non-GE Healthcare Detectors

 

12 months

 

90 days

 

N/A

 

N/A

 

90 days

 

60 days

GE Healthcare Ultrasound Probes **

Purchased Probe Loaner

Non-GE Healthcare Ultrasound Probes

12 months

6 months

90 days

N/A

N/A

N/A

90 days

N/A

30 days

* The first to occur

** Refurbished/Repaired GE Healthcare Ultrasound Probes include a 6-month warranty and no Pro Rata warranty allowance

(a) The period following start of warranty during which a 100% warranty is provided.

(b) The maximum period during which a Pro Rata warranty allowance is provided. The Pro Rata warranty allowance is calculated as:

1

-

number of months between date of warranty commencement and date of failure

X

100%

 

complete warranty period

Customer must pay the then-current price of the Specialty Component replacement less the Pro Rata warranty allowance (a fraction of a month less than 15 days will be disregarded, and a fraction of a month equal to or greater than 15 days will be regarded as a full month).

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Question:Q:What is an "iPass" cable?

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Question:Q:

I'm looking at RAID solutions for my Mac Pro, but I'm uncertain; is an "iPass" cable just another name for mini-SATA or something similar?

It seems likely I'll need an extension of some kind, so I want to try and order one at the same time as the card to avoid having to wait.

Thanks!

MacPro (2 x Quad-core 3.2ghz Xeon), Mac OS X (10.5.2), 10gb RAM, 4 x 750gb hard-drives (RAID-0)

Posted on Sep 4, 2009 2:40 PM

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Sep 4, 2009 2:46 PM in response to Iain Simms In response to Iain Simms

Go external for hardware RAID and leave internal to software or non-RAID even.

Sep 4, 2009 2:46 PM

Sep 4, 2009 3:09 PM in response to Iain Simms In response to Iain Simms

Well the number of internal cards is limited, and no one really recommends Apple's own.

mbean has posted some excellent messages (almost articles in length and depth) on cards and there are the reviews up on AMUG.

Keep in mind which ones have been tested compatible with Snow Leopard.

No on external? more good options in RAID0/1/10/5/6.

Sep 4, 2009 3:09 PM

Sep 4, 2009 3:57 PM in response to The hatter In response to The hatter

I'm likely getting the Highpoint RocketRAID 3510 internal card; it is supported "out-of-the-box" by drivers provided with Leopard and Snow Leopard, and uses a browser for configuration (though it has software as well I think).

I'm going with an internal solution as I have four internal drives as it is, and perfectly usable bays for them to go in, an external solution would require physical space I don't really have, as I already have two 1.5tb firewire 800 drives as a time-machine back-up volume for the internal drives. Plus a 5.1 surround sound system, XBox 360, 32" HDTV (primary monitor) and a 20" cinema display (secondary monitor) on a not very large desk...eh, not much space remaining!

Plus I'm more than happy to pay a premium purely for neatness. I also have a 4-port SATA to eSATA adapter plate lying around that I could use for external drives anyway, so I can still get the best of both if I need to, once the internal cable arrangement is sorted out =)

Sep 4, 2009 3:57 PM

Sep 4, 2009 5:23 PM in response to Iain Simms In response to Iain Simms

I'm looking at RAID solutions for my Mac Pro, but I'm uncertain; is an "iPass" cable just another name for mini-SATA or something similar?

The iPass cable contains for SATA links, and connects the four drive bays to the main logic board. For internal RAID, it is unplugged from the logic board and connected to an iPass connector on the RAID card.

Sep 4, 2009 5:23 PM

Sep 5, 2009 11:55 AM in response to Iain Simms In response to Iain Simms

Having gone through the pain recently with internal RAID, I suggest external RAID as well.

The cable/connector that worked for me is the MaxConnect cable from maxupgrades:
http://www.maxupgrades.com/istore/index.cfm?fuseaction=category.display&category _id=332

Things to remember:
* installing the cable is a pain for someone new to mac pro systems as the fan assembly has to be removed
* Boot is advertised and I am sure is possible but I gave up trying to get everything right
* If boot does not work for you then you need to install a boot drive in the enclosure that houses the DVD (brackets will be required)
* HighPoint support is useless

My journey required 10+ hours of pain and a three weeks of parts swapping.

Sep 5, 2009 11:55 AM

Sep 5, 2009 2:36 PM in response to ZBhatti In response to ZBhatti

Shouldn't be a problem, I already have a dual eSATA adapter plate connected to the spare SATA connectors behind the fan, so I've actually got a spare drive hooked up to one of them, which I had hoped to use as a boot-camp volume but with annoyingly disappointing results.

Will work just fine for booting OS X though if I have to, just Windows that seems to hate it. I intend to attach that drive to the motherboard's connector as part of the switch-over anyway, as I should end up with a spare iPass cable.

Boot support for the RocketRAID cards is meant to be built-in, I've heard a few Mac users say good things about the 3510, I think the 26xx series didn't work so well, maybe others too.

Sep 5, 2009 2:36 PM

Sep 6, 2009 4:18 AM in response to Iain Simms In response to Iain Simms

I notice a number of references to the iPass cable carrying 4 SATA drives, so I'm curious; does this include the two extra SATA connections behind the fans, or are these just bonus ones that the motherboard came with (i.e - the motherboard has two built in SATA controllers, plus a primary Mini-SAS controller?).
So fiddling with the iPass cable will not affect these, and they will continue to be ideal connections for SATA optical drives?

Sep 6, 2009 4:18 AM

Sep 6, 2009 4:38 AM in response to Iain Simms In response to Iain Simms

The Mac Pro chipset has six SATA ports. Four connect to the iPass connector and two to the ODD (Optical Disk Drive) connectors. Normally, the iPass connector is used for the four internal hard drive bays. With an internal RAID card, the internal drive bays connect to the RAID card, and their data is transferred via the PCI-e bus, The four SATA ports on the logic board iPass connector are not used in that case. They could be used with an iPass cable for extra hard drives, either external or mounted in the optical area.
<http://www.maxupgrades.com/istore/index.cfm?fuseaction=product.display&product_ id=158>

Sep 6, 2009 4:38 AM

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Question:Q:What is an "iPass" cable?

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