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Pyxus Pro Move Setup Manual

Welcome to the step-by-step assembly guide for the Pyxus Pro Move. Whether you prefer step by step instructions or a video demonstration, this guide will walk you through the assembly process.

Before you begin, take a moment to review the package's contents and acquaint yourself with the included components. The following content has been crafted to provide you with all the insights required to transform individual parts into a functional and invaluable tool for honing your surgical skills.

Step-by-Step guide

Let's start assembling and enhancing your surgical skills, one step at a time.

Step 1

Begin the assembly by isolating the BTM01 panel.

Step 2

Using 2 x M5B8 bolts and 2 x WN20 nuts, screw the UHDM front panel into position as shown.

Step 3

Repeat Step 2 for the rear panel
U01, using a further 2 x M5B8 bolts and 2 x WN20 nuts.

Step 4

Your simulator should now look like this, with both upright panels securely in position.

Step 5

Isolate the TPB03 panel.

Step 6

Place the SK03 skin over the TPB03 panel as shown, ensuring the bolt holes in the skin are aligned with those on the panel.

Step 7

Take the BKT03 bracket and place it over the SK03 skin

With the bolt holes aligned, place 7 x M5B12 bolts into position as shown. 

At this stage, leave the front (middle) bolt hole free.

Step 8

Using 7 x WN20 nuts, secure BKT03 and SK03 to TPB03 by tightening from the underside.

Step 9

Place TPB03 over the upright panels. 

Aligning the bolt holes, secure it in place using 4 x M5B8 bolts and 4 x WN20 nuts.

Step 10

You may now take the scope bracket (IN0PPMBKT). 

Align the bolt hole on the base of the bracket with the front (middle) bolt hole of BKT03

Secure the bracket in place using 1 x M5B12 bolt and 1 x WN20 nut.

Step 11

Your simulator should now look like this.

Step 12

You will now need the following parts:

  • SK02
  • BKT02

Using the remaining 4 x M5B12 bolts and 4 x WN20 nuts, secure the white skin and black bracket to the UHDM panel.

Please note that the black bracket must be placed on the outside of the white skin as shown in the image.

Step 13

Place the trocar into a port of your choosing. 

For illustrative purposes, the trocar is shown in both positions in the following images.

Step 14

Should you place the scope into the top port, you may anchor it in position by placing it into the cradle of the scope bracket. This is particularly useful for solo training.

If a camera assistant is present, you may wish to disconnect the scope bracket.

Step 15

You are now ready to progress to Step 16 to begin setting up the monitor bracket.

If your simulator was purchased in a hard shell carry case, the monitor bracket will be assembled already and you may skip to Step 24.

Step 16

Begin by removing the C-clamp from the package.

Step 17

Using the three black bolts provided, attach the black post to the C-clamp.

Step 18

Just so that we know where they are for later, identify the two Allen keys along with the push-fit clamp provided. 

Snap this to the post and move to the next step.

Step 19

The swivel arm should be pre-assembled. Slide this onto the black post.

Step 20

At the desired height, use the largest Allen key to lock into position by turning the bolt in a clockwise direction.

Step 21

Push the end cap into position.

Step 22

With the bracket fully assembled, anchor it to your chosen work surface by turning the handle until it is tight.

Step 23

Take the screen bracket and screw this to the back of the monitor using the bolts provided.

Step 24

Slide the monitor into position and screw the bolt into place.

Step 25

Wiring set-up can be completed using the numbered stickers attached to the ends of the wires. For additional support, use this visual guide.

Begin by connecting the 12V power adapter to the monitor.

Step 26

Plug the socket into the wall and then connect the IEC cable to the power adapter. When switched on, a green light may be shown.

Step 27

Connect the USB splitter to the USB port at the back of the monitor as shown.

Step 28

Connect the female end of the BNC extender to connector at the back of the monitor.

Step 29

Attach the BNC cable to the connector on the scope.

Step 30

Connect the remaining power cable to the female connector on the scope.

Step 31

Taking the LED light strip, peel off the sticky back cover and adhere the strip to the internal aspect of the front panel in a similar position to the red line as illustrated on the left.

Step 32

Finally, connect the LED strip to the remaining USB port on the USB splitter.

You are now ready to begin operating.

Assembly Video

View the assembly video for the Pyxus Pro Move 


You can save the Pyxus Pro Move setup manual below. Or print this page for a hard copy version.

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