BC Biomedical NIBP-1030 User manual

NON-INVASIVE
BLOOD PRESSURE
SIMULATORS
NIBP-1030
NIBP-1030-BE
NIBP-1020
NIBP-1010
USER MANUAL
BC BIOMEDICAL
NIBP-1000 SERIES
TABLE OF CONTENTS
WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, NOTICES ...........................................................................
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DESCRIPTION .............................................................................................................
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OVERVIEW ..................................................................................................................
4
KEYS............................................................................................................................
7
SCREENS ....................................................................................................................
8
SETUP ......................................................................................................................... 13
CONNECTIONS ........................................................................................................... 16
THEORY OF OPERATIONS ........................................................................................ 19
RUNNING A TEST ....................................................................................................... 21
MANUAL REVISIONS .................................................................................................. 33
LIMITED WARRANTY ................................................................................................. 33
SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................................................... 34
NOTES ......................................................................................................................... 36
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WARNING - USERS
The NIBP-1000 Series is for use by skilled
technical personnel only.
WARNING - USE
The NIBP-1000 Series is intended for testing only
and should never be used in diagnostics,
treatment or any other capacity where it would
come in contact with a patient.
WARNING - CONNECTIONS
All connections to patients must be removed
before connecting the DUT to the NIBP-1000
Series. A serious hazard may occur if the patient
is connected when testing with the NIBP-1000
Series. Do not connect any leads from the
patient directly to the NIBP-1000 Series or DUT.
CAUTION - MODIFICATIONS
The NIBP-1000 Series is intended for use within
the published specifications. Any application
beyond these specifications or any unauthorized
user modifications may result in hazards or
improper operation.
CAUTION - ADAPTER
Turn Power Off and unplug any Battery
Eliminator before cleaning the surface
of the NIBP-1000 Series.
CAUTION - CLEANING
Do not immerse. The NIBP-1000 Series should
be cleaned by wiping gently with a damp, lint-free
cloth. A mild detergent can be used if desired.
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CAUTION - LIQUIDS
Do not submerge or spill liquids on the NIBP1000 Series. Do not operate the NIBP-1000
Series if internal components may have been
exposed to fluid.
CAUTION - SERVICE
The NIBP-1000 Series is intended to be serviced
only by authorized service personnel.
Troubleshooting and service procedures should
only be performed by qualified technical
personnel.
CAUTION - INSPECTION
The NIBP-1000 Series should be inspected before
each use for wear and should be serviced if any
parts are in question.
CAUTION - ENVIRONMENT
Exposure to environmental conditions outside
the specifications can adversely affect the
performance of the NIBP-1000 Series. Allow the
NIBP-1000 Series to acclimate to specified
conditions for at least 30 minutes before
attempting to operate it.
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NOTICE – CE
The NIBP-1000 Series Simulators bear the
mark
Based on the following testing standards:
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY DIRECTIVE
EMC – Directive 89/336/EEC and 2004/108/EC as amended by
92/31/EEC, 93/68/EEC and Directive 91/263/EEC [ TTE/SES ]
EN 61326-1:1997 + A1:1998 + A2:2001 + A3:2003
“Electrical equipment for measurement, control and
laboratory use – EMC requirements”
This equipment has been type tested by an independent, accredited testing laboratory
and compliance was demonstrated to the above standard to the extent applicable.
EMISSIONS
Radiated and Line Conducted Emissions
EN 61000-3-2
EN 61000-3-3
Harmonic Current Emissions
Voltage Fluctuation and Flicker
IMMUNITY– CLASS C
EN 61000-4-2
EN 61000-4-3
EN 61000-4-4
EN 61000-4-5
EN 61000-4-6
EN 61000-4-11
Electrostatic Discharge
Radiated Electric Field Immunity
Electrical Fast Transients / Bursts
Surge Voltage
Conducted Disturbance
Voltage Dips and Short Interrupts
LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE
EC – Directive 73/23/EC
EN 61010-1:2001
“Safety requirements for electrical equipment for measurement, control, and
laboratory use – General requirements”
This equipment has been type tested and compliance was demonstrated
to the above standard to the extent applicable.
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NOTICE – SYMBOLS
Symbol
Description
Caution
(Consult Manual for Further Information)
Center Negative
Per European Council Directive 2002/95/EC, do
not dispose of this product as unsorted
municipal waste.
NOTICE – ABBREVIATIONS
AC
Alternating Current
BP
Blood Pressure
BPM
Beats per minute
brpm
breaths per minute
C
Celsius
°
degree(s)
DUT
Device Under Test
Dias
Diastolic
ECG
Electrocardiogram
Euro
European
F
Fahrenheit
HR
Hz
kg
µV/V/mmHg
Heart Rate
hertz
kilogram
microvolts(s) per Volt per mmHg
mA
milliampere(s)
mm
millimeter(s)
mmHg
millimeter(s) of mercury
mV
millivolt(s)
min
minute(s)
Neo
Neonatal
NSR
Normal Sinus Rhythm
Ω
ohm(s)
Lbs
pounds
sec
second(s)
Syst
Systolic
USA
United States of America
VDC
Volts Direct Current
VRMS
Volts Root Mean Square
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NOTICE – DISCLAIMER
BC GROUP INTERNATIONAL, INC. WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE
FOR ANY INJURIES SUSTAINED DUE TO UNAUTHORIZED
EQUIPMENT MODIFICATIONS OR APPLICATION OF EQUIPMENT
OUTSIDE OF THE PUBLISHED INTENDED USE AND
SPECIFICATIONS.
NOTICE – DISCLAIMER
BC GROUP INTERNATIONAL, INC. RESERVES THE RIGHT TO
MAKE CHANGES TO ITS PRODUCTS OR SPECIFICATIONS AT
ANY TIME, WITHOUT NOTICE, IN ORDER TO IMPROVE THE
DESIGN OR PERFORMANCE AND TO SUPPLY THE BEST
POSSIBLE PRODUCT. THE INFORMATION IN THIS MANUAL HAS
BEEN CAREFULLY CHECKED AND IS BELIEVED TO BE
ACCURATE. HOWEVER, NO RESPONSIBILITY IS ASSUMED FOR
INACCURACIES.
NOTICE – CONTACT INFORMATION
BC BIOMEDICAL
BC GROUP INTERNATIONAL, INC.
3081 ELM POINT INDUSTRIAL DRIVE
ST. CHARLES, MO 63301
USA
1-800-242-8428
1-314-638-3800
www.bcgroupintl.com
sales@bcgroupintl.com
NIBP-1000 Series Users Manual
www.bcgroupintl.com
08/12
Copyright © 2012
Made in the USA
Rev 15
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BC BIOMEDICAL
NIBP-1000 SERIES
NON-INVASIVE BLOOD PRESSURE SIMULATORS
The NIBP-1000 Series is a family of microprocessor-based, high-precision Non-Invasive
Blood Pressure (NIBP) Simulators. The units are small, easy to use and have multiple
features to fit many different applications. The NIBP-1010 is the basic model, which
includes built-in manometer function. The NIBP-1020 adds realistic, full QRS and
respiration ECG waveforms. The NIBP-1030 additionally offers Invasive Blood Pressure,
Temperature, Arrhythmias and a Leak Rate test mode.
The graphical display provides multiple screens containing pressure in mmHg, a plot of the
overall pressure, or a close-up of the BP waveform.
The following are highlights of the main features:
NIBP-1010 (BASIC FEATURES, NIBP ONLY):
LARGE BACKLIT GRAPHICAL LCD DISPLAY WITH CURSOR SELECTION
OF OPTIONS AND PARAMETERS
FULL RANGE MANOMETER
ADULT, NEONATAL, HYPERTENSIVE, AND HYPOTENSIVE MODES
± 500 mmHg PRESSURE RANGE
DIGITAL PRESSURE ENVELOPE OFFSET
OPTIONAL PEAK PRESSURE DETECT WITH SIMPLE RESET
SpO2 READY – COMPATIBLE WITH MSP-2100 MODULE
DIGITAL CALIBRATION – NO POTS TO TURN
SELECTABLE DISPLAY OPTIONS AND DIGIT SIZES
SOFTWARE ADJUSTABLE CONTRAST
FLASH PROGRAMMABLE
BATTERY LIFE DISPLAY (0 TO 100%)
OPTIONAL RECHARGEABLE NiMH BATTERIES
BATTERY ELIMINATOR
RS-232 INTERFACE
NIBP-1020 ADDS:
ECG OUTPUT WITH FULL NSR WAVEFORM
SINUSOIDAL RESPIRATION SIMULATION
ECG TEST WAVEFORMS
PACE WAVEFORM
OPTIONAL PEAK PRESSURE DETECT WITH ECG ALARM TEST
ECG SYNCHRONIZED WITH BLOOD PRESSURE
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NIBP-1030 ADDS:
SYNCHRONIZED INVASIVE BLOOD PRESSURE OUTPUT
SELECTABLE IBP SENSITIVITY 5 OR 40 μV/V/mmHg
STATIC IBP SIMULATION –10mmHg TO 400 mmHg
LEAK RATE TEST
ECG ARRHYTHMIA WAVEFORMS
ECG ARRHYTHMIA SEQUENCE
YSI 400 AND 700 SERIES TEMPERATURE SIMULATION
AVAILABLE MODELS:
NIBP-1010
NIBP-1010-P
NIBP-1010-BP
NIBP-1010-KIT
BASIC UNIT
+ PEAK
+ BATTERY & PEAK
NIBP-1010-BP, 5 ADAPTERS & SOFT CARRYING CASE
NIBP-1020
NIBP-1020-PA
NIBP-1020-BPA
NIBP-1020-KIT
BASIC UNIT WITH ECG
+ PEAK & ALARM
+ BATTERY, PEAK & ALARM
NIBP-1020-BPA, 5 ADAPTERS & SOFT CARRYING CASE
NIBP-1030
NIBP-1030-B
NIBP-1030-BE
NIBP-1030-KIT
NIBP-1030-EKIT
BASIC UNIT WITH ECG, IBP, TEMP, PEAK & ALARM + MANY MORE
+ BATTERY
+ UNIVERSAL PATIENT LEAD POST ECG CONNECTORS
NIBP-1030-B, 5 ADAPTERS & SOFT CARRYING CASE
NIBP-1030-BE, 5 ADAPTERS & SOFT CARRYING CASE
STANDARD ACCESSORIES:
BC20-40614
(OR)
BC20-40613
AC POWER ADAPTER (EURO)
AC POWER ADAPTER (USA)
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES:
BC20-40714
BC20-40715
BC20-40716
BC20-40717
BC20-40608
BC20-40602
BC20-40605
DINAMAP/CRITIKON ADAPTER
QUICK DISCONNECT ADAPTER
LUER ADAPTER
MARQUETTE ADAPTER
BULB ADAPTER
NIBP FITTING KIT (HP CUFF ADAPTER,
INFLATION BULB, CPC CONNECTOR, QUICK
COUPLER WITH 1/8” MNPT AND SILICONE
TUBING AND TEE)
NIBP ADAPTER KIT (11 CONNECTORS)
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BC20-41333
BC20-41334
MSP-2100
FingerSim™ KIT
FingerSim™ SET
BC20-41337
BC20-41339
BC20-30111
UT-1 YSI-400 TEMPERATURE SIMULATION CABLE
UT-2 YSI-700 TEMPERATURE SIMULATION CABLE
PULSE OXIMETRY MODULE (ALLOWS NIBP TO
SIMULATE SpO2 OUTPUT WHEN USED WITH
FingerSims™)
COMPLETE STARTER KIT (INCLUDES 80%, 90% AND
97% FingerSims™, FingerSim™ HOLDER, AND
CARRYING CASE)
REPLACEMENT KIT (80%, 90% AND 97%
FingerSims™ ONLY)
RS-232 COMMUNICATIONS CABLE (MINI-DIN TO
DB-9F)
USB COMMUNICATIONS ADAPTER (DB-9M to USB-A)
FOR USE WITH BC20-41337
SOFT CARRYING CASE
INVASIVE BLOOD PRESSURE (IBP) CABLES:
FOR A COMPLETE LIST CONSULT THE BC GROUP WEBSITE AT
WWW.BCGROUPINTL.COM
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OVERVIEW
This section looks at the layout of the NIBP-1030 and gives descriptions of the elements
that are present.
NOTE: The NIBP-1030-BE model is different from the unit shown below in that it uses
universal patient lead banana posts that allow for the use of snaps and/or banana-type
patient leads.
LCD Graphical Display:
Shows Test Data and
Configuration Data
6 Light Touch Keys for
Selecting Parameters
and Settings:
POWER for Turning Unit
On and Off
UP and DOWN Arrows
for Scrolling Through
Selected Options.
(When No Options are
Selected, for Changing
Display Screen.)
SELECT for Choosing
Setting or Parameter to
Change
SETUP/RETURN for
Entering and Exiting
Setup Menu
RESET for resetting
peak pressure reading.
Male Quick
Connect for
Pressure Input
Patient Lead Connectors:
Left Side
RA/R
LA/L
RL/N
LL/F
V1/C1
Right Side
V2/C2
V3/C3
V4/C4
V5/C5
V6/C6
6 pin MiniDin
connector for
IBP
Simulation
8-Pin Mini-DIN
Plug Connector
for Temperature
Simulation
7 pin Mini-Din
connector for
RS-232 or SpO2
Simulation
Power
2.1 mm Jack,
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This section looks at the layout of the NIBP-1020 and gives descriptions of the elements
that are present.
LCD Graphical
Display:
Shows Test Data and
Configuration Data
Male Quick
Connect for
Pressure
Input
6 Light Touch Keys for
Selecting Parameters
and Settings:
POWER for Turning Unit
On and Off
UP and DOWN Arrows
for Scrolling Through
Selected Options.
(When No Options are
Selected, for Changing
Display Screen.)
SELECT for Choosing
Setting or Parameter to
Change
SETUP/RETURN for
Entering and Exiting
Setup Menu
RESET for resetting
peak pressure reading.
Patient Lead Connectors:
Left Side
RA/R
LA/L
RL/N
LL/F
V1/C1
Right Side
V2/C2
V3/C3
V4/C4
V5/C5
V6/C6
7 pin Mini-Din
connector for
RS-232 or SpO2
Simulation
Power
2.1 mm Jack
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This section looks at the layout of the NIBP-1010 and gives descriptions of the elements
that are present.
LCD Graphical
Display:
Shows Test Data and
Configuration Data
Male Quick
Connect for
Pressure
Input
6 Light Touch Keys for
Selecting Parameters
and Settings:
POWER for Turning Unit
On and Off
UP and DOWN Arrows
for Scrolling Through
Selected Options.
(When No Options are
Selected, for Changing
Display Screen.)
SELECT for Choosing
Setting or Parameter to
Change
SETUP/RETURN for
Entering and Exiting
Setup Menu
RESET for resetting
peak pressure reading.
7 pin Mini-Din
connector for
RS-232 and
SpO2 Simulation
Power
2.1 mm Jack
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KEYS
Six tactile-touch keys are provided for system operation:
– This key turns the unit off and on. The unit will return to the screen that was
active when it was turned off.
– In the DISPLAY MODE, these keys toggle the display through the available
main screens.
In the SELECT MODE, if a parameter has been highlighted, these keys will scroll through
the available settings.
– On the Main screen, this key sequences through the available NIBP or ECG
simulations. On the Setup screen, there are a number of parameters that may be selected
and changed. This key sequences the cursor (Highlight) through those parameters.
– This key is used to RESET the peak pressure reading or to begin a Leak Test.
– This key toggles the unit into and out of the Setup Mode. Depressing this key
will enter the Setup screen where the configuration can be viewed and adjusted.
Depressing the key again will exit the Setup Mode and return to the previously viewed
main screen.
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SCREENS
MAIN SCREENS – There are five main screens: Pressure Only, Pressure with Output
Waveform, Pressure with Pressure Graph, ECG (optional) and Battery Indicator (optional).
The available screens can be toggled using
.
PRESSURE ONLY SCREEN – This screen has a large pressure display, as shown below.
Also displayed on this screen is the peak pressure and selected output waveform
The display will resemble the following:
PRESSURE
PEAK PRESSURE
(Optional)
PRESSURE
ENVELOPE
OFFSET
OUTPUT SELECTION
Systolic/Diastolic (mean)
Mean
Heart Rate
Adult 120/80
Adult 120/80 w/Pace
Adult High 190/120
Adult Low 80/40
Neonatal 70/40
Alarm Test (Optional)
93
93
150
53
55
80
Pacemaker 80
80
80
94
47
160
Respiration
Rate (Optional)
35
35
35
35
47
00
80
-
80
35
-
-
-
(Alternates every 30 sec)
Arrhythmia Seq
Leak
(NIBP-1030 Only)
Test (NIBP-1030 Only)
Manometer
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This line is only
displayed if a nonzero value is
programmed into
the Systolic &/or
Diastolic Shift. (See
Setup for more
information).
OUTPUT WAVEFORM SCREEN – This screen shows the pressure, peak pressure, output
selection, and output waveform.
NOTE
This waveform is not intended to be
physiologically correct.
The display will resemble the following:
PRESSURE
PEAK PRESSURE
(Optional)
OUTPUT
WAVEFORM
(as generated by the
NIBP-1000 Series)
Dependant on
pressure
OUTPUT SELECTION
Systolic/Diastolic (mean)
Mean
Heart Rate
Adult 120/80
Adult 120/80 w/Pace
High (Adult) 190/120
Low (Adult) 80/40
Neo (Neonatal) 70/40
Alarm Test (Optional)
93
93
150
53
55
80
Pacemaker 80
80
80
94
47
160
Respiration
Rate (Optional)
35
35
35
35
47
00
80
-
80
35
-
-
-
(Alternates every 30 sec)
Arrhythmia Seq
Leak
(NIBP-1030 Only)
Test (NIBP-1030 Only)
Manometer
-
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PRESSURE GRAPH SCREEN – This screen provides a graph of the pressure, as well as,
the pressure, peak pressure and output selection
PRESSURE
PEAK PRESSURE
(Optional)
PRESSURE
GRAPH
2mmHg per pixel
OUTPUT SELECTION
Systolic/Diastolic (mean)
Mean
Heart Rate
Adult 120/80
Adult 120/80 w/Pace
High (Adult) 190/120
Low (Adult) 80/40
Neo (Neonatal) 70/40
Alarm Test (Optional)
93
93
150
53
55
80
Pacemaker 80
80
80
94
47
160
Respiration
Rate (Optional)
35
35
35
35
47
00
80
-
80
35
-
-
-
(Alternates every 30 sec)
Arrhythmia Seq
Leak
(NIBP-1030 Only)
Test (NIBP-1030 Only)
Manometer
-
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ECG OUTPUT SCREEN – This screen shows the selected ECG output mode.
(NIBP-1020 & NIBP-1030 units only)
NOTE: While in this mode, the NIBP simulation does not run.
NOTE: NSR ECG output is active during NIBP testing at the rate stipulated for the
selected test.
The display will resemble the following:
LIST OF AVAILABLE
OUTPUTS
SELECTED
OUTPUT
NSR
30 Bpm
NSR
60 Bpm
NSR
120 Bpm
NSR
240 Bpm
Sine Wave
10 Hz
Sine Wave
60 Hz
Sine Wave
100 Hz
Square Wave
0.125 Hz
Square Wave
2 Hz
Triangle Wave
2 Hz
PVC Arrhythmia*
Pair of PVC’s*
Run of 5 PVC’s*
Ventricular Tachycardia*
Ventricular Fibrillation*
Asystole*
*NIBP-1030 Only
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BATTERY INDICATOR SCREEN – This screen shows the status of the battery voltage
level with Built-In Battery Option only.
NOTE: It is only an estimate of the battery life remaining.
When the level reaches 10%, the BP simulation mode will be disabled; however, the
Manometer and ECG (optional) will continue to function. Once the battery level reaches
0%, the unit will automatically turn itself off to avoid damaging the batteries.
The display will resemble the following:
Batteries charge from provided AC power adapter. The charge time is about 4 hours from
full discharge. While the batteries are charging, the display will flash “charging.”
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SETUP
The Setup Mode allows the user to adjust the configuration of the simulator. The Setup
screen can be entered using the
key. The parameters can be changed by using
key to highlight the line and
to toggle the available options.
The Setup screen can be exited using the
key.
NIBP 1010 and NIBP 1020
NIBP 1030
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The following is a breakdown of the parameters available in the configuration of the unit
and their available options:
System Setup Configuration
Parameter
Description
Range
Systolic Shift
Adjusts the Systolic Output of the NIBP
Simulation. This is not a direct mmHg adjustment.
Adjusts the Diastolic Output of the NIBP
Simulation. This is not a direct mmHg adjustment.
±50.0
Diastolic Shift
±50.0
Static BP
(NIBP-1030 Only)
Adjusts the Static Blood Pressure Output.
IBP Sens
(NIBP-1030 Only)
Selects the Invasive Blood Pressure Output
sensitivity.
5 μV/V/mmHg
40 μV/V/mmHg
Temp
(NIBP-1030 Only)
Selects the simulated Temperature output.
0, 24, 30, 35, 37, 40,
42 C
SpO2 Output
Auto Off Timer
Contrast Adjust
Backlight
Battery Life
Software
This parameter determines whether the SpO2
output pulse is active. The output drives an MSP2100 FingerSim Module.
Determines the period of inactivity before the unit is
turned OFF. A timer is started when the unit is
turned ON and is reset each time a key is pressed.
When the timer reaches the value set in this
parameter, the power is automatically turned OFF.
(NOTE: Setting this parameter to 0 disables the
Auto Off timer. When running from line power, the
unit does not automatically shut off. Auto Off timer
is inactive during a test.)
Sets the contrast of the display screen.
Off – Always off
1-30 sec – The elapsed time after which the backlight will
automatically turn off.
ON – Always ON.
The Default setting is 30 seconds.
Available only with Battery Option installed.
Displays current life of the battery.
At 10%, a warning screen will appear.
At 0%, the unit will power down automatically.
Displays current software program.
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-10 to 400 mmHg
Off/On
0-30 Minutes
0-20
Off, 1-30 sec, ON
0-100%
(Read Only)
(Read Only)
SYSTOLIC AND DIASTOLIC SHIFT – The NIBP-1000 Series is equipped with the option
to shift test results to compensate for different methods of measuring Oscillometric NIBP
by various manufacturers and models of devices under test.
CAUTION
These adjustments must be used with caution as they will
allow the user to adjust the output results to invalid values.
These adjustments should only be used to aid in the
simplification of testing and with documented controls.
There are no absolute standards for Oscillometric NIBP readings; therefore, for a number
of reasons (including patents, technology, etc.), each manufacturer has established a
different method for evaluating the oscillometric pulses. Due to these varying methods,
precisely the same waveforms will give different results on different manufacturer’s units.
The normal technique used is to run the monitor against a fixed source like the NIBP-1000,
with the understanding that each manufacturer has a predictable error from this norm.
While this is generally the most direct method, users have asked for a method to correct
for this difference, making the monitors read the same as the test unit. The Systolic and
Diastolic Shift settings allow for just such correction.
These adjustments are indicated in a line added to the main display to inform the user of
any shift that has been programmed into the system. This is done so there is no
misunderstanding of the meaning of the results.
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CONNECTIONS
Connecting Pressure Cuffs
The NIBP-1010, NIBP-1020 and NIBP-1030 Blood Pressure Simulators are connected
between the blood pressure cuff and the DUT (Patient Monitor). The blood pressure cuff
should be disconnected from the DUT and a ‘T’ adapter inserted between the cuff and the
DUT. The NIBP simulator is then connected to the open side of the ‘T’ adapter as pictured
below:
Blood
Pressure
Cuff
DUT
NIBP10xx
NOTE: Roll the cuff tightly on itself or around a mandrel.
Connecting Patient Leads
For models with ECG output, snaps or patient lead test posts (NIBP-1030-BE only) are
provided along the sides and are identified by the markings on the overlay.
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Connecting IBP Cables (NIBP-1030 ONLY)
For models with IBP output, connect the DUT-appropriate IBP test cable between the
NIBP-1030 IBP Connector (6-pin Mini-DIN as pictured below) and the DUT. The pin-out
shown below for the Mini-DIN connector is the industry standard configuration used on
most modern patient simulators. As such, there are many existing cables that may be
used or you may obtain the proper cable from BC Group.
NOTE: Mini-DIN pinout viewed from NIBP Connector Side
Connecting Temperature Simulation Cables (NIBP-1030 ONLY)
For the models with Temperature output, connect the DUT-appropriate Temperature
Simulation test cable between the NIBP-1030 Temperature Connector (8-pin Mini-DIN as
pictured below) and the DUT.
NOTE: Mini-DIN pinout viewed from NIBP Connector Side
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Auxiliary Connector
The Auxiliary connector can be used for either standard RS-232 Serial communications
using an optional accessory cable or for SpO2 simulation using the optional accessory
MSP-2100 SpO2 module available from BC Biomedical.
NOTE: Mini-DIN pinout viewed from NIBP Connector Side
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THEORY OF OPERATIONS
NIBP (Non-Invasive Blood Pressure) Function
A stepping motor and piston pressure engine is used to generate the output waveforms. A
precision pressure sensor is used to measure the pressure of the cuff. The pressure
sensor is read by a 16-bit differential Analog to Digital converter.
The cuff pressure is monitored and the motor/piston assembly reacts to provide the correct
response based on the selected mode.
IBP (Invasive Blood Pressure) Function
A Digital to Analog converter is used to generate the IBP waveforms. The output circuit is
fully isolated and capable of switching between the two standard sensitivities (5
µV/V/mmHg and 40 µV/V/mmHg).
Temperature
There is an 8-pin mini-DIN plug connector on the right side of the unit for connection of
a Temperature cable. Temperatures are simulated for both YSI 400 and YSI 700 probe
types. There are seven different temperatures selectable for each.
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ECG Function
A Digital to Analog converter is used to generate the ECG outputs based on stored
waveform data for standard ECG and Arrhythmias.
Respiration Function
A Digital to Analog converter is used to generate the respiration waveform. The respiration
output is present on the LA ECG lead only. Refer to Monitor manual to determine which
lead the Monitor uses for respiration. It may be necessary to reverse the LA and LL leads
for respiration to be detected.
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RUNNING A TEST
Depending on the model, there are up to 9 Basic Test Modes and 3 Sub-Test Modes. This
section will walk through each of the tests and their basic operation.
The Main Tests are accessible with a single key. The
key will scroll through the
following tests in a continuous loop:
Adult 120/80
Adult 120/80 w/Pace
Adult High 190/120
Adult Low 80/40
Neonatal 70/40
Alarm Test
Arrhythmia Seq
Leak Test
Manometer
BASIC TEST MODES
NIBP:
The first 5 test modes deal with various NIBP setups. To run an NIBP simulation, the cuff
and monitor are connected to the pressure input. Then the measurement is initiated by the
monitor and the NIBP Simulator will output the proper waveform based on the cuff
pressure provided by the monitor and the selected simulation.
The NIBP output mode can be changed by pressing the
key. Once the desired
operating mode is selected, the output will automatically begin when the correct pressure is
detected.
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There are 5 selectable NIBP Basic Test Modes; Adult, Adult w/pace, Adult High, Adult Low
and Neonatal. The displays will resemble the following examples:
NOTE: The screens for the first test will have the individual components labeled. The
component labels for subsequent tests are the same.
Adult 120/80
(Typical Screens)
PRESSURE
PEAK PRESSURE
(Optional)
PRESSURE ENVELOPE
OFFSET
NIBP TEST
Type
Adult 120/80
Heart Rate
80
Respiration Rate
35
(Optional)
(Pressure Only Screen)
PRESSURE
This line is only displayed
if a non-zero value is
programmed into the
Systolic &/or Diastolic
Shift. (See Setup for
more information).
PEAK PRESSURE
(Optional)
OUTPUT
WAVEFORM
(as generated by the
NIBP-1000 Series)
NIBP TEST
Type
Adult 120/80
Heart Rate
80
Respiration Rate
35
(Optional)
Dependant on
pressure
(Output Waveform Screen)
PRESSURE
PEAK PRESSURE
(Optional)
NIBP TEST
PRESSURE
GRAPH
Type
Adult 120/80
Heart Rate
80
Respiration Rate
35
(Optional)
2mmHg per
pixel
(Pressure Graph Screen)
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Adult 120/80 with Pace
(Typical Screens)
Adult High 120/80
(Typical Screens)
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Adult Low 80/40
(Typical Screens)
Neonatal 70/40
(Typical Screens)
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ALARM TEST:
Use the
key to cycle through the Test Modes until Alarm Test appears. The
purpose of this function is to help test the alarms of the monitor under test. The ECG
output will alternate from a 47 BPM NSR with apnea respiration (0 brpm) to 160 BPM NSR
with 80 brpm respiration. The time interval between alternations is 30 seconds. A count
down timer is displayed to indicate the time still remaining for the current output.
NOTE: While in this mode, the NIBP simulation output is disabled. Pressure readings in
the screens below are only manometer-type readings of static pressure applied.
The displays will resemble the following examples: (Typical Screens)
PRESSURE
(NIBP Simulation disabled,
this is pressure of the static
volume only)
PEAK PRESSURE
(NIBP Simulation disabled,
this is peak pressure of the
static volume only)
TIMER
PRESSURE
ENVELOPE OFFSET
ALARM TEST
Heart Rate
47/160
Respiration Rate 0/80
(Pressure Only Screen)
(Output Waveform Screen)
This line is only
displayed if a non-zero
value is programmed
into the Systolic &/or
Diastolic Shift. (See
Setup for more
information).
(Pressure Graph Screen)
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ARRHYTHMIA SEQUENCE: (NIBP-1030 Only)
Use the
key to cycle through the Test Modes until Arrhythmia Sequence appears.
The purpose of this function is to provide a timed sequence of some of the more common
Arrhythmias. The test will continually cycle through the 6 arrhythmias in the sequence listed
below. A count down timer is displayed to indicate the time still remaining in each step.
NOTE: While in this mode, the NIBP simulation output is disabled.
Step
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Display
Single PVCs
Pair of PVCs
Single PVCs
Run of 5 PVCs
Vtach
Vfib
Asystole
Total Time
18 sec
9 sec
18 sec
12 sec
30 sec
30 sec
30 sec
ECG Output
11 NSR, 1 PVC, 11 NSR, 1 PVC
10 NSR, Pair of PVCs
11 NSR, 1 PVC, 11 NSR, 1 PVC
11 NSR, Run of 5 PVCs
15 NSR, VTach
15 NSR, VFib
15 NSR, Asystole
The displays will resemble the following examples: (Typical Screens)
PRESSURE
(NIBP Simulation disabled,
this is pressure of the static
volume only)
PEAK PRESSURE
(NIBP Simulation disabled,
this is peak pressure of the
static volume only)
TIMER
ARRHYTHMIA
Single PVCs
Pair of PVCs
Single PVCs
Run of 5 PVCs
Vtach
Vfib
Asystole
PRESSURE ENVELOPE
OFFSET
(Pressure Only Screen)
(Output Waveform Screen)
This line is only displayed
if a non-zero value is
programmed into the
Systolic &/or Diastolic
Shift. (See Setup for
more information).
(Pressure Graph Screen)
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LEAK TEST: (NIBP-1030 Only)
Use the
key to cycle through the Test Modes until Leak Test appears. The
purpose of this function is to provide a standard pressure leak test. The pressure input is
connected to the system that is to be monitored. Pressure is then applied to the system.
The Leak Test is initiated by pressing the
key. The unit traces and displays the
pressure drop and the time since the test was initiated. The unit also calculates and
displays the leak rate in mmHg per minute.
NOTE: While in this mode, the NIBP simulation output is disabled.
The displays will resemble the following examples: (Typical Screens)
PRESSURE
PEAK PRESSURE
LEAK TEST
Drop in mmHg
Time in min:sec
Leak Rate in
mmHg/minute
(Pressure Only Screen)
(Output Waveform Screen)
(Pressure Graph Screen)
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MANOMETER:
Use the
key to cycle through the Test Modes until Manometer appears. The
purpose of this function is to allow the unit to be used strictly as a Manometer with a full
scale range of ± 500 mmHg.
NOTE: The Graphic Screens are also available in this mode for maximum flexibility
The displays will resemble the following examples: (Typical Screens)
PRESSURE
PEAK PRESSURE
(Optional)
PRESSURE ENVELOPE
OFFSET
(Pressure Only Screen)
(Output Waveform Screen)
This line is only displayed
if a non-zero value is
programmed into the
Systolic &/or Diastolic
Shift. (See Setup for
more information).
(Pressure Graph Screen)
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SUB TEST MODES
PEAK: (Optional)
The optional Peak test feature is available whenever the display is in a pressure mode. It
will continuously monitor the pressure input and display and hold the maximum value. This
value may be reset at any time by pressing the
key.
The displays will resemble the following examples: (Typical Screens)
PEAK PRESSURE
(Optional)
PEAK PRESSURE
(Optional)
PEAK PRESSURE
(Optional)
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ECG PERFORMANCE TEST: (NIBP-1020 & NIBP-1030)
The ECG output is selected by pressing
displayed. The
until the ECG Waveforms menu is
key is used to choose the desired ECG output. There are 16
fixed waveforms available.
NOTE: While in this mode the NIBP simulation is disabled, but the IBP simulation is active
(NIBP-1030 only).
The display will resemble the following example:
LIST OF AVAILABLE
OUTPUTS
SELECTED
OUTPUT
NSR
30 Bpm
NSR
60 Bpm
NSR
120 Bpm
NSR
240 Bpm
Sine Wave
10 Hz
Sine Wave
60 Hz
Sine Wave
100 Hz
Square Wave
0.125 Hz
Square Wave
2 Hz
Triangle Wave
2 Hz
PVC Arrhythmia*
Pair of PVC’s*
Run of 5 PVC’s*
Ventricular Tachycardia*
Ventricular Fibrillation*
Asystole*
*NIBP-1030 Only
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DYNAMIC IBP: (NIBP-1030 Only)
The IBP output matches the NIBP setting in the NIBP mode or the ECG setting in the ECG
Waveform mode.
NOTE: The IBP sensitivity (5 µV/V/mmHg or 40 µV/V/mmHg) must be correctly selected in
the SETUP Mode before using IBP. (See Setup section for more information.)
STATIC IBP: (NIBP-1030 Only)
A static Blood Pressure output may be selected in the SETUP mode. This fixed value will
remain on the IBP output until changed.
NOTE: The IBP sensitivity (5 µV/V/mmHg or 40 µV/V/mmHg) must be correctly selected in
the SETUP Mode before using IBP. (See Setup section for more information.)
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TEMPERATURE SIMULATION: (NIBP-1030 Only)
The temperature setting can be selected in the SETUP mode. This fixed value will remain
on the Temperature output until changed. The output will simulate both YSI 400 and YSI
700 Temperature probes.
NOTE: Both outputs are available at the output connector simultaneously.
NOTE: On some Patient Monitors, if ECG simulation is active on the NIBP-1030 and you
enable Temperature Simulation, the ECG trace may disappear from the Patient Monitor
screen. This is a flaw of the Patient Monitor, not the NIBP-1030 Simulator.
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MANUAL REVISIONS
Revision #
Rev 01
Rev 02
Rev 03
Rev 04
Rev 05
Rev 06
Rev 07
Rev 08
Rev 09
Rev 10
Rev 11
Rev 12
Rev 13
Rev 14
Rev 15
Program #
DT7355CA
DT7355CA
DT7355CA
DT7355CF
DT7355CG
DT7355CI
DT7355CI
DT7359CA
DT7359CA
DT7359CA
DT7355CO,
DT7359CH
DT7355CO,
DT7359CH
DT7355CO,
DT7359CH
DT7355CO,
DT7359CH
DT7355CO,
DT7359CH
Revisions Made
Origination
Specification Information Updated
Misc. Edits
Add Systolic/Diastolic adjustments
Output Selection edited
Misc. Edits
Warnings, Cautions, Notices Updated
NIBP-1030, IBP, ECG Arrhythmia Waveforms Added
Temperature Added
Temp Connector Updated, Static 120 Added
Address Updated, Screen Captures Updated, Output
Selection Charts Updated
Misc. Edits
Added NIBP-1030-BE model, revised accessories
listing, and other miscellaneous edits.
Format Updated, Misc. Edits
Misc. Edits
LIMITED WARRANTY
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FROM DEFECTS IN MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP UNDER THE SERVICE FOR WHICH THEY
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BC GROUP INTERNATIONAL, INC. IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES.
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SPECIFICATIONS
MANOMETER (PRESSURE MEASUREMENT)
RANGE
± 500 mmHg @ 20 °C
ACCURACY
± (1% of Reading + 0.5 mmHg @ 20 °C)
NON-INVASIVE BLOOD PRESSURE (NIBP) SIMULATION
80, 94 BPM
(NOTE: Synchronized to ECG on NIBP-1020/1030)
RATE
ACCURACY
± 1%
INVASIVE BLOOD PRESSURE (IBP) SIMULATION (NIBP-1030 ONLY)
STATIC PRESSURE
-10, -5, 0, 20, 40, 50, 60, 80, 100, 120, 150, 160, 200,
240, 250, 300, 320, 400 mmHg
ACCURACY
± (1% Full Range + 1 mmHg) or
± (2% Setting + 2 mmHg) whichever is better
IMPEDANCE
300 Ω, ± 10%
EXCITATION RANGE
2 to 16 VRMS
EXCITATION FREQUENCY
DC to 5 kHz
SENSITIVITY
5 or 40 µV/V/mmHg
ECG SIMULATION (NIBP-1020 & NIBP-1030)
NSR RATE
PERFORMANCE
WAVEFORMS
30, 60, 120, 240 BPM
SINE RATE
10, 60, 100 Hz
SQUARE RATE
0.125, 2 Hz
TRIANGLE RATE
2 Hz
RATE ACCURACY
± 1%
AMPLITUDE
2.75 mV ± 2% @ Lead II
PACEMAKER SIMULATION WAVEFORMS (NIBP-1020 & NIBP-1030)
AMPLITUDE
3 mV ± 10%
WIDTH
6 ms ± 5%
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RESPIRATION SIMULATION (NIBP-1020 & NIBP-1030)
RATE ACCURACY
± 1%
IMPEDANCE
DELTA
3.0 Ω ± 10%
BASELINE
1000 Ω ± 5%
TEMPERATURE SIMULATION (NIBP-1030 ONLY)
SENSOR TYPE
YSI Series 400 and 700
0, 24, 30, 35, 37, 40, 42 °C
(32, 75.2, 86, 95, 98.6, 104, 107.6 °F)
± 0.1 °C
POINTS
ACCURACY
ELECTRICAL
12 VDC, 500 mA
AC POWER ADAPTER
BC20-40613 (USA)
BC20-40614 (Euro)
BATTERY (OPTIONAL)
Rechargeable NiMH pack
(Not user serviceable)
BATTERY RUNTIME
500 Test Cycles between charges
PHYSICAL & ENVIRONMENTAL
DISPLAY
SIZE
128 X 64 Pixels Graphical LCD,
White LED Backlight
NIBP-1000 through
NIBP-1030
7.70 x 5.36 x 4.07 Inches
(195.6 x 136.1 x 103.4 mm)
NIBP-1030-BE
7.70 x 6.15 x 4.07 Inches
(195.6 x 156.2 x 103.4 mm)
WEIGHT
CONSTRUCTION
< 3.5 Lbs (1.6 kg)
ENCLOSURE
ABS Plastic
OVERLAY
Back-Printed Lexan
OPERATING RANGE
15 to 40 °C
(59 to 104 °F)
STORAGE RANGE
-20 to 65 °C
(-4 to 149 °F)
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NOTES
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NOTES
37
NOTES
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NIBP Series User Manual
08/12 – Rev 15
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