ESA615
Electrical Safety Analyzer
Users Manual
FBC-0026
February 2012, Rev. 2, 2/13
© 2012, 2013 Fluke Corporation. All rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Warranty and Product Support
Fluke Biomedical warrants this instrument against defects in materials and workmanship for one year from the date of
original purchase OR two years if at the end of your first year you send the instrument to a Fluke Biomedical service center
for calibration. You will be charged our customary fee for such calibration. During the warranty period, we will repair or at our
option replace, at no charge, a product that proves to be defective, provided you return the product, shipping prepaid, to
Fluke Biomedical. This warranty covers the original purchaser only and is not transferable. The warranty does not apply if
the product has been damaged by accident or misuse or has been serviced or modified by anyone other than an authorized
Fluke Biomedical service facility. NO OTHER WARRANTIES, SUCH AS FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. FLUKE SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR LOSSES, INCLUDING LOSS OF DATA, ARISING FROM ANY CAUSE OR THEORY.
This warranty covers only serialized products and their accessory items that bear a distinct serial number tag. Recalibration
of instruments is not covered under the warranty.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights that vary in different jurisdictions. Since
some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of an implied warranty or of incidental or consequential damages,
this limitation of liability may not apply to you. If any provision of this warranty is held invalid or unenforceable by a court or
other decision-maker of competent jurisdiction, such holding will not affect the validity or enforceability of any other provision.
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translated into any language without the written permission of Fluke Biomedical.
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training programs and other technical publications. If you would like other reproductions or distributions, submit a written request to Fluke
Biomedical.
Unpacking and Inspection
Follow standard receiving practices upon receipt of the instrument. Check the shipping carton for damage. If damage is found, stop unpacking
the instrument. Notify the carrier and ask for an agent to be present while the instrument is unpacked. There are no special unpacking
instructions, but be careful not to damage the instrument when unpacking it. Inspect the instrument for physical damage such as bent or
broken parts, dents, or scratches.
Technical Support
For application support or answers to technical questions, either email techservices@flukebiomedical.com or call 1-800- 850-4608 or 1-440248-9300. In Europe, email techsupport.emea@flukebiomedical.com or call +31-40-2675314.
Claims
Our routine method of shipment is via common carrier, FOB origin. Upon delivery, if physical damage is found, retain all packing materials in
their original condition and contact the carrier immediately to file a claim. If the instrument is delivered in good physical condition but does not
operate within specifications, or if there are any other problems not caused by shipping damage, please contact Fluke Biomedical or your local
sales representative.
Returns and Repairs
Return Procedure
All items being returned (including all warranty-claim shipments) must be sent freight-prepaid to our factory location. When you return an
instrument to Fluke Biomedical, we recommend using United Parcel Service, Federal Express, or Air Parcel Post. We also recommend that
you insure your shipment for its actual replacement cost. Fluke Biomedical will not be responsible for lost shipments or instruments that are
received in damaged condition due to improper packaging or handling.
Use the original carton and packaging material for shipment. If they are not available, we recommend the following guide for repackaging:
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Use a double–walled carton of sufficient strength for the weight being shipped.
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Use heavy paper or cardboard to protect all instrument surfaces. Use nonabrasive material around all projecting parts.
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Use at least four inches of tightly packed, industry-approved, shock-absorbent material around the instrument.
Returns for partial refund/credit:
Every product returned for refund/credit must be accompanied by a Return Material Authorization (RMA) number, obtained from our Order
Entry Group at 1-440-498-2560.
Repair and calibration:
To find the nearest service center, go to www.flukebiomedical.com/service or
In the U.S.A.:
Cleveland Calibration Lab
Tel: 1-800-850-4608 x2564
Email: globalcal@flukebiomedical.com
Everett Calibration Lab
Tel: 1-888-99 FLUKE (1-888-993-5853)
Email: service.status@fluke.com
In Europe, Middle East, and Africa:
Eindhoven Calibration Lab
Tel: +31-40-2675300
Email: servicedesk@fluke.nl
In Asia:
Everett Calibration Lab
Tel: +425-446-6945
Email: service.international@fluke.com
To ensure the accuracy of the Product is maintained at a high level, Fluke Biomedical recommends the product be calibrated at least once
every 12 months. Calibration must be done by qualified personnel. Contact your local Fluke Biomedical representative for calibration.
Certification
This instrument was thoroughly tested and inspected. It was found to meet Fluke Biomedical’s manufacturing specifications when it was
shipped from the factory. Calibration measurements are traceable to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Devices for
which there are no NIST calibration standards are measured against in-house performance standards using accepted test procedures.
WARNING
Unauthorized user modifications or application beyond the published specifications may result in electrical shock hazards or improper
operation. Fluke Biomedical will not be responsible for any injuries sustained due to unauthorized equipment modifications.
Restrictions and Liabilities
Information in this document is subject to change and does not represent a commitment by Fluke Biomedical. Changes made to the
information in this document will be incorporated in new editions of the publication. No responsibility is assumed by Fluke Biomedical
for the use or reliability of software or equipment that is not supplied by Fluke Biomedical, or by its affiliated dealers.
Manufacturing Location
The ESA615 Electrical Safety Analyzer is manufactured at Fluke Biomedical, 6920 Seaway Blvd., Everett, WA, U.S.A.
Table of Contents
Title
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Introduction ....................................................................................................................
Intended Use ..................................................................................................................
Safety Information ..........................................................................................................
Unpack the Product ........................................................................................................
Instrument Familiarization ..............................................................................................
How to Hold the Product ................................................................................................
How to Connect to Line Power .......................................................................................
How to Connect a DUT to the Product ...........................................................................
How to Turn On the Product ...........................................................................................
How to Access the Product Functions ............................................................................
How to Connect a PC to the Product..............................................................................
How to Set Up the Product .............................................................................................
Set the Operator Name .............................................................................................
Delete an Operator Name .........................................................................................
Set the Date ..............................................................................................................
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Set the Time..............................................................................................................
Set the Test Standard ...............................................................................................
Set the GFCI Limit ....................................................................................................
Set Polarity Switching Delay .....................................................................................
Set the Date Format..................................................................................................
Set the Time Format .................................................................................................
Set the Language......................................................................................................
Set the Beeper ..........................................................................................................
Set the Display Contrast ...........................................................................................
How to View Instrument Information ..............................................................................
How to Do Electrical Safety Tests..................................................................................
Set the Test Standard ...............................................................................................
Mains Voltage Test ...................................................................................................
Ground Wire (Protective Earth) Resistance Test ......................................................
Insulation Resistance Test ........................................................................................
Equipment Current Test ............................................................................................
Leakage Current Test ...............................................................................................
Earth Leakage Current .........................................................................................
Chassis (Enclosure) Leakage Test ......................................................................
Lead-to-Ground (Patient) Leakage Test ...............................................................
Lead-to-Lead (Patient Auxiliary) Leakage Tests ..................................................
Lead Isolation (Mains on Applied Part) MAP Leakage Test ......................................
Alternative Equipment Leakage Test ........................................................................
Alternative Applied Part Leakage Test ......................................................................
Direct Equipment Leakage Test ................................................................................
Direct Applied Part Leakage Test .............................................................................
Differential Leakage Current Test .............................................................................
How to Use the 1-to-10 Adapter ....................................................................................
How to Do Point-To-Point Measurements .....................................................................
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Measure Voltage .......................................................................................................
Measure Resistance ..................................................................................................
Measure Current........................................................................................................
How to Simulate ECG Waveforms .................................................................................
Memory ..........................................................................................................................
Test Sequences .............................................................................................................
Factory Supplied Test Sequences .............................................................................
How to Make a Test Sequence..................................................................................
Make a New Test Sequence .................................................................................
Make a Test Sequence from a Test Sequence in the Test Library .......................
Edit a Test Sequence ................................................................................................
Do a Test Sequence ..................................................................................................
Show Test Results.....................................................................................................
Delete a Set of Test Results ......................................................................................
Maintenance ...................................................................................................................
Fuse Test and Fuse Replacement.............................................................................
How to Clean the Product ..........................................................................................
Replaceable Parts ..........................................................................................................
Accessories ....................................................................................................................
Specifications .................................................................................................................
Detailed Specifications ...................................................................................................
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Top-Panel Controls and Connections ....................................................................................
Side and Top-Panel Connections ..........................................................................................
Schematic Abbreviations .......................................................................................................
Test Names Based on Selected Standard.............................................................................
Factory Supplied Test Sequences .........................................................................................
Test Settings for Test Sequences .........................................................................................
Replaceable Parts .................................................................................................................
Accessories ...........................................................................................................................
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Side and Top-Panel Connections ..........................................................................................
Product Handle ......................................................................................................................
Product Ready for Operation .................................................................................................
DUT Connections to the Product ...........................................................................................
Leakage Current Menu ..........................................................................................................
Product to PC Connection .....................................................................................................
Setup Menu ...........................................................................................................................
Operator List Screen .............................................................................................................
Mains Voltage Test Menu ......................................................................................................
DUT Ground Resistance Measurement.................................................................................
Ground Wire (Protective Earth) Resistance Measurement Connections ...............................
Ground Wire (Protective Earth) Resistance Measurement Schematic ..................................
Insulation Resistance Measurement .....................................................................................
Mains to Protective-Earth Insulation Resistance Test Schematic..........................................
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Applied Parts to Protective-Earth Insulation Test Schematic ................................................
Mains to Applied-Parts Insulation Test Schematic ................................................................
Mains to Non-Earth Accessible Conductive Points Schematic .............................................
Applied Parts to Non-Earth Conductive Points Schematic ....................................................
Leakage Current Main Menu ................................................................................................
Earth Leakage Current Test Schematic ................................................................................
Enclosure Leakage Current Test Schematic.........................................................................
Lead-to-Ground (Patient) Leakage Current Test Schematic .................................................
Applied Parts Connection Posts Display ...............................................................................
Lead-to-Lead (Patient Auxiliary) Leakage Current Test Schematic ......................................
Lead Isolation (Mains On Applied Parts) Leakage Test Schematic ......................................
Alternative Equipment Leakage Current Test Schematic......................................................
Alternative Applied Part Leakage Test Schematic ................................................................
Direct Equipment Leakage Test Schematic ..........................................................................
Direct Applied Parts Leakage Current Test Schematic .........................................................
Differential Leakage Current Test Schematic .......................................................................
1-to-10 Adapter Connections ................................................................................................
ECG Lead Connection with 1-to-10 Adapter .........................................................................
Point-To-Point Function Menu ..............................................................................................
ECG Waveform Simulation Menu .........................................................................................
ECG Monitor Connections ....................................................................................................
Input Position ICON ..............................................................................................................
Test Sequence Screen .........................................................................................................
Equipment Information Screen .............................................................................................
Fuse Access .........................................................................................................................
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Electrical Safety Analyzer
The integrated ANSI/AAMI ES1 and IEC60601-1 patient
loads are easily selectable.
Introduction
 Warning
To prevent possible electrical shock, fire, or
personal injury, read all “safety information”
before you use the Product.
The Fluke Biomedical ESA615 Electrical Safety Analyzer
(the Product) is a full-featured, compact, portable
analyzer, designed to verify the electrical safety of
medical devices. The Product tests to domestic
(ANSI/AAMI ES1, NFPA 99) and international (IEC62353,
AN/NZS 3551, and parts of IEC 60601-1) electrical-safety
standards. The Product simulates ECG to do
performance tests on ECG monitors.
The Product does these tests:
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Line (Mains) voltage
Ground Wire (Protective Earth) resistance
Equipment current
Insulation resistance
Ground (Earth) leakage
Chassis (Enclosure) leakage
Lead to Ground (Patient) and Lead to Lead (Patient
Auxiliary) leakage
Lead isolation (Mains on applied parts leakage)
Differential leakage
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Direct equipment leakage
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Direct applied part leakage
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Alternative equipment leakage
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Alternative applied part patient leakage
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Point to point leakage, voltage, and resistance
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ECG simulation and performance waveforms
Table is a list of the symbols used on the Product and in
this manual.
Table 1. Symbols
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Symbol
Description

Important information. Refer to manual.

Hazardous voltage.

Conforms to relevant Canadian and US
standards.

Conforms to relevant Australian EMC
requirements.

Conforms to European Union directives.

Accessible Functional Earth Terminal.
Symbol
Description

This product complies with the WEEE
Directive (2002/96/EC) marking
requirements. The affixed label indicates
that you must not discard this
electrical/electronic product in domestic
household waste. Product Category:
With reference to the equipment types in
the WEEE Directive Annex I, this product
is classed as category 9 "Monitoring and
Control Instrumentation" product. Do not
dispose of this product as unsorted
municipal waste. Go to Fluke’s website
for recycling information.
CAT II
IEC Measurement Category II – CAT II
equipment designed to protect against
transients from energy-consuming
equipment supplied from fixed
installations.
Electrical Safety Analyzer
Intended Use
Intended Use
Safety Information
The Product is an electronic signal source and
measurement device for verifying the electrical safety of
medical devices. The Product also provides ECG
simulation and performance waveforms to verify patient
monitors are performing within their operating
specifications.
In this manual, a Warning identifies conditions and
procedures that are dangerous to the user. A Caution
identifies conditions and procedures that can cause
damage to the Product or the equipment under test.
The Product provides the following function categories:
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ECG Functions
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ECG-Performance Testing
The intended user is a trained biomedical equipment
technician who performs periodic preventative
maintenance checks on patient monitors in service. Users
can be associated with hospitals, clinics, original
equipment manufacturers and independent service
companies that repair and service medical equipment.
The end user is an individual, trained in medical
instrumentation technology.
This Product is intended to be used in the laboratory
environment, outside of the patient care area, and is not
intended for use on patients, or to test devices while
connected to patients. This Product is not intended to be
used to calibrate medical equipment. It is intended for
over the counter use.
 Warning
To prevent possible electrical shock, fire, or
personal injury, follow these guidelines:
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Use the Product only as specified, or the
protection supplied by the Product can
be compromised.
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Use only the mains power cord and
connector approved for the voltage and
plug configuration in your country and
rated for the Product.
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Do not connect the Product to a patient
or equipment connected to a patient. The
Product is intended for equipment
evaluation only. The Product must not be
used in diagnostics, treatment, or other
capacities where the Product could
touch a patient.
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Do not use test leads if they are
damaged. Examine the test leads for
damaged insulation, exposed metal, or if
the wear indicator shows. Check test
lead continuity.
Examine the case before you use the
Product. Look for cracks or missing
plastic. Carefully look at the insulation
around the terminals.
Make sure the ground conductor in the
mains power cord is connected to a
protective earth ground. Disruption of
the protective earth could put voltage on
the chassis that could cause death.
Do not use an extension cord or adapter
plug.
Do not use and disable the Product if it
is damaged.
Do not use the Product around explosive
gas, vapor, or in damp or wet
environments.
Do not touch voltages > 30 V ac rms, 42
V ac peak, or 60 V dc.
Measure a known voltage first to make
sure that the Product operates correctly.
Do not apply more than the rated
voltage, between the terminals or
between each terminal and earth ground.
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Remove the null post adapter from the
∅/Null jack after a test lead zero is
performed. The ∅/Null jack becomes
potentially hazardous during some of the
test conditions. Use only cables with
correct voltage ratings.
Remove all probes, test leads, and
accessories that are not necessary for
the measurement.
Keep fingers behind the finger guards on
the probes.
Connect the common test lead before
the live test lead and remove the live test
lead before the common test lead.
Use only current probes, test leads, and
adapters supplied with the Product.
Do not use the 15-20 A adapter to supply
power to devices rated more than 15 A.
This can overload the installation.
Electrical Safety Analyzer
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Replace the mains power cord if the
insulation is damaged or if the insulation
shows signs of wear.
Comply with local and national safety
codes. Use personal protective
equipment (approved rubber gloves, face
protection, and flame-resistant clothes)
to prevent shock and arc blast injury
where hazardous live conductors are
exposed.
Do not touch metal parts of the device
under test (DUT) while you do a test.
Some tests apply high voltage and high
current to the DUT with the DUT earth
connection open or closed.
Unpack the Product
Carefully unpack all items from the box and check that
you have these items:
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ESA615
Getting Started Manual
Users Manual CD
Carrying case
Power cord
15 – 20 A Adapter (USA only)
ESA USA Accessory Kit (USA, Australia, and Israel
only) or ESA EUR Accessory Kit
Ansur Demo CD
Null Post Adapter
5-to-5 Banana to ECG Adapter (BJ2ECG)
USB Transfer Cable
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Instrument Familiarization
Figure 1 and Table 2 show the front-panel controls and connections of the Product.
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Figure 1. Front-Panel Controls and Connections
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Table 2. Top-Panel Controls and Connections
Item
Name
Description
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Equipment Outlet
Configuration Buttons
Controls the configuration of the equipment outlet. Opens and closes the neutral and
ground connection and reverses the polarity of the neutral and hot connection.
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High Voltage Indicator
Illuminates when high voltage is applied to the ECG/Applied Parts posts or L1 and
L2 of the Test Receptacle.
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Test Function Buttons
Selects the Product test functions.
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Navigation Buttons
Cursor control buttons for navigating menus and lists.
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Test Button
Starts selected tests.
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Enter Button
Sets the highlighted function.
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Input Jacks
Test lead connectors.
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Nulling Jack
Connection to zero test lead resistance.
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Function Softkeys
Keys F1 through F4 are used to select from a number of selections that show in the
LCD display above each function softkey.
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Figure 2 and Table 3 describe the side and top-panel connections of the Product.
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Figure 2. Side and Top-Panel Connections
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Table 3. Side and Top-Panel Connections
Item
Name
Description
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Equipment Outlet
Equipment outlet, specified to the version of the Product, which supplies a DUT
connection.
2
USB A Controller Port
For external keyboard or barcode reader.
USB Device Port
Digital connection to control the Product from a PC or instrument controller.
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(Mini B-style connector)
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Fuse Access Door
Equipment outlet fuse access.
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Tilt Stand
Holds the Product in a tilted position.
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SD Card Slot
SD Memory Card access
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AC Power Switch
Turns ac power on and off.
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Power Input Connector
A grounded male three-prong (IEC 60320 C19) connector that accepts the
line-power cord.
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ECG/Applied Parts Jacks
Connection posts for Device Under Test (DUT) applied parts, such as ECG
leads. Used to test for leakage current through leads and to supply ECG
signals and performance waveforms to a DUT.
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Banana Jack to ECG Adapter
Adapter to connect ECG snap leads to the Product.
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How to Connect to Line Power
How to Hold the Product
When you move the Product, use the handle on the
bottom case to hold it. See Figure .
Warning
To prevent possible electrical shock, fire, or
personal injury:
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Do not use an extension cord or adapter
plug.
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Make sure the ground conductor in the
mains power cord is connected to a
protective earth ground. Disruption of
the protective earth could put voltage on
the chassis that could cause death.
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Replace the mains power cord if the
insulation is damaged or if the insulation
shows signs of wear.
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Use only the mains power cord and
connector approved for the voltage and
plug configuration in your country and
rated for the Product.
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Figure 3. Product Handle
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How to Connect a DUT to the Product
The Product is intended for use with single-phase,
grounded power. It is not intended for dual, split-phase or
three-phase power configurations. It can be used with a
power system that supplies the correct voltages for
single-phase and is grounded, or is an isolated power
system.
Use the power cord for your country mains supply that is
not more than the voltage or power rating of the product.
Connect the cord into the power input connector and then
to the mains outlet.
How to Connect a DUT to the Product
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Figure 4. Product Ready for Operation
You can connect a Device Under Test (DUT) a number of
different ways for a full electrical safety test. Figure
shows a DUT connected to the test receptacle, applied
parts posts, and a connection to the enclosure or
protective earth ground of the DUT.
How to Turn On the Product
Note
To make sure the high voltage indicator works,
look for it to illuminate at the power-up.
Push the power switch found on the left-side panel so the
“I” side of the ac power switch is down. The Product does
a series of self tests and then shows the message in
Figure when the self test has completed successfully.
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To protective earth or
any exposed conductive
surface on the enclosure
Connect ESA615
to grounded
mains socket.
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Figure 5. DUT Connections to the Product
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How to Access the Product Functions
The self-test measures the ac mains input for correct
polarity, ground integrity and voltage level. The high
voltage indicator illuminates briefly during the self test. If
the polarity is reversed, the Product shows this condition
and sets the polarity to be reversed internally. If the
ground is open, the Product shows this fault. If the mains
voltage is too high or too low, the Product shows this fault
and does not continue until the supply voltage is
corrected and the Product power turned off and then on
again.
How to Access the Product Functions
For each test and setup function, the Product uses a
series of menus to access different Product tests and
setup variables. The example shown in Figure , the
Product shows different leakage current tests along the
bottom of the display. A More softkey lets you access
more menus related to the test. When you push a softkey
(F1 through F4) below a test name, the Product sets up
for or does the selected test.
For some tests, it will be necessary to set parameters
with the navigation buttons. In the example above, the
leakage parameter has  next to it. This icon shows you
must push  or  to set its value. In this example, the
leakage current measurement changes between AC+DC,
AC only, or DC only. The applied parts indicator has  on
the left end and  on the right end. These icons show that
you must push  and  to set an applied part.
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How to Connect a PC to the Product
To connect the Product to a PC:
Connect a USB port on your PC or laptop to the Mini B
USB device port on the Product.
Or
Plug in an XStick wireless USB dongle to your PC USB
port. Products available over wireless will be listed by
serial number. Connect to a single Product. See Figure 7.
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Figure 6. Leakage Current Menu
The three buttons along the right side of the display
() control the wiring of the Product’s
test receptacle for some electrical tests. The current
condition of these three buttons is shown along the right
edge of the display when these controls are active.
Figure 5 shows polarity is settable between normal,
reversed, and off. Neutral is also settable to closed or
open. Earth condition is not shown, which means it can
not be changed. Earth is internally opened while the
Product does this test.
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Figure 7. Product to PC Connection
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An operator list shows in the display. See Figure 9.
The Default User name “None” is used when an
actual user name is not set.
How to Set Up the Product
There are a number of Product parameters that are
adjusted through the setup function. To access the first
Setup menu shown in Figure , push .
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Figure 9. Operator List Screen
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Figure 8. Setup Menu
Set the Operator Name from a List
Set the Operator Name
1.
You can associate an operators name with electrical test
results. To set the operator name:
From the Operator list, push  or  to highlight one
of the operator names.
2.
Push .
1.
From the setup menu, push  or  until the
Operator name is highlighted.
2.
Push .
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How to Set Up the Product
Set a New Operator Name
Delete an Operator Name
1.
From the Operator list, push the New softkey.
To delete an operator name:
Note
The Product keeps a maximum of 20 operator
names. If you push the New softkey and there
are already 20 names, the Product will show an
error. You will have to delete one or more names
to add a new name.
1.
From the setup menu, push  or  until the
Operator name is highlighted.
2.
Push .
3.
From the Operator list, push  or  to highlight one
of the operator names.
2.
In the keyboard screen, push , , , or  to move
the highlight to a character.
4.
Push the Delete softkey.
5.
A delete confirmation screen will show in the display.
3.
Push  to add the highlighted character to the
name field.
6.
Push the Delete softkey.
Note
You can push the F2 softkey to set the keyboard
between upper and lower case letters. Highlight
àéîöç and push  to toggle between accent
characters and standard alpha-numeric letters.
4.
Do steps 2 and 3 again until the operator name is
complete.
5.
Push the Done softkey.
Note
Push the Backspace softkey to delete the last
character in the name field.
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Set the Date
6.
From the setup menu, push  or  until the Date value
is highlighted.
1.
Push .
2.
In the keyboard screen, push  or  to move the
highlight to a character.
3.
Push .
4.
5.
Push the Done softkey.
Note
Push the Backspace softkey to delete the last
character in the date field.
Set the Test Standard
1.
From the setup menu, push  or  until the
Standard variable is highlighted.
Do steps 2 and 3 again until the date is complete.
2.
Push .
Push the Done softkey.
3.
Push  or  to highlight one of the standards.
Note
Push the Backspace softkey to delete the last
character in the date field.
4.
Push .
Set the Time
Set the GFCI Limit
To set the GFCI current limit:
5.
1.
From the setup menu, push  or  until the Time
value is highlighted.
From the setup menu, push  or  until the GFCI
Limit variable is highlighted.
6.
Push .
2.
Push .
7.
3.
In the Keyboard screen, push  or  to move the
highlight to a character.
Push  or  to highlight one of the preset GFI
current values.
8.
Push .
4.
Push .
5.
Do steps 3 and 4 again until the time is complete.
Note
When you set the time for 12-hour format, push
the am/pm softkey to set AM or PM.
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Set Polarity Switching Delay
2.
When the test receptacle of the Product is switched, a
delay can be set to control the actual switch time. To set
the polarity delay:
Push  or  until the Time Format variable is
highlighted.
3.
Push .
4.
Push  or  to highlight 12 Hour or 24 Hour.
1.
From the setup menu, push  or  until the
Polarity Delay variable is highlighted.
5.
Push .
2.
Push .
3.
Push  or  to highlight one of the preset delay
values.
The Product can display data in English, French,
German, Spanish, Italian, or Portuguese. To change the
language:
4.
Push .
1.
From the setup menu, push the Instrument Setup
softkey.
Set the Language
Set the Date Format
1.
From the setup menu, push the Instrument Setup
softkey.
2.
Push  or  until the Language variable is
highlighted.
2.
Push  or  until the Date Format variable is
highlighted.
3.
Push .
4.
Push  or  to highlight one of the languages.
3.
Push .
5.
Push .
4.
Push  or  to highlight DD/MM/YYYY,
MM/DD/YYYY, or YYYY/MM/DD.
5.
Push .
Set the Time Format
1.
From the setup menu, push the Instrument Setup
softkey.
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Set the Beeper
4.
To enable or disable the beeper:
How to View Instrument Information
1.
From the setup menu, push the Instrument Setup
softkey.
2.
Push  or  until the Beeper variable is
highlighted.
To show model number, serial number, firmware version,
and last calibration date of the Product, push . Next
push the Instrument Information softkey.
3.
Push .
4.
Push  or  to highlight Off or On.
5.
Push .
Set the Display Contrast
There are two procedures to set the display contrast.
From the Test Sequence start-up menu or through the
setup menu.
When the Product shows its start-up menu (Select a
test…), push  or  to increase or decrease the display
contrast respectively. Push the Done softkey to exit
contrast setup.
To adjust the contrast through the setup menu:
1.
From the setup menu, push the Instrument Setup
softkey.
2.
Push the Display Contrast softkey.
3.
Push  or  to increase or decrease the display
contrast respectively.
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Push the Done softkey to exit contrast setup.
How to Do Electrical Safety Tests
The Product does a number of different electrical and
performance tests on biomedical equipment. The sections
that follow are test descriptions with instructions on how
to do them with the Product.
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Set the Test Standard
The electrical safety tests in the Product are specified by
different safety standards: AAMI ES1/NFPA99,
IEC62353, IEC60601-1, and AN/NZS 3551. AAMI is set
as the default standard. To select different standard:
1.
From the setup menu, push  until the Standard
variable is highlighted.
2.
Push .
3.
Push  or  to highlight one of the standards.
4.
Push .
Not all electrical tests are applicable for all standards. In
these cases, the menu only shows the tests that are
specified in the set standard.
Note
The standard set in the setup menu applies to all
manual measurement modes. The automated
tests use the standard set for the selected test
sequence.
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Figure 10. Mains Voltage Test Menu
Push each function softkey to do each of the three
measurements: Live to neutral, neutral to ground, and live
to ground.
Note
Power is removed from the test receptacle while
the Product does a Mains Voltage test.
Mains Voltage Test
The Mains Voltage test measures the voltage on the
mains input through three measurements. To access the
Mains Voltage test, push . The Mains Voltage test
menu is shown in Figure .
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connect it to the other end of the test lead, put the
null post adapter in the ∅/Null jack, and clamp the
alligator clip to the null post adapter.
Ground Wire (Protective Earth) Resistance Test
The Ground Wire (Protective Earth) Resistance test
measures the impedance between the PE terminal of the
test receptacle and the exposed conductive parts of the
DUT that are connected to the Protective Earth of the
DUT.
Note
Before you do leakage tests with the Product, it
is best to make sure the ground connection is
good.
Do this test between the test receptacle ground and the
Protective earth ground of the DUT or DUT enclosure.
To access the Ground Wire (Protective Earth) ∅/Null
Resistance Test menu push .
Note
The DUT is turned off for this test.
To do a ground wire resistance test:
1.
Make sure the power cord from the DUT is
connected into the test receptacle.
2.
Push  to reveal the resistance function menu.
3.
Connect one end of a test lead to the V/Ω/A jack.
4.
If you use an accessories probe, connect it to the
other end of the test lead and put the probe tip into
the ∅/Null jack. If you use an alligator clip accessory,
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Note
The ∅/Null jack does not accept the test leads
supplied with the Product.
5.
Push the Zero Leads softkey. The Product zeroes
out the measurement to cancel the test lead
resistance.
6.
Connect the test lead from the V/Ω/A jack to the DUT
enclosure or protective earth connection.
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7.
After you make the connections to the DUT, the
measured resistance shows in the display. See
Figure .
Figure shows the electrical connections between the
Product and the DUT. Table 4 is a list of the abbreviations
used in the schematics and their descriptions.
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Figure 11. DUT Ground Resistance Measurement
 Warning
To prevent electrical shock, remove the null
post adapter from the ∅/Null jack after a test
lead zero is performed. The ∅/Null jack
becomes potentially hazardous during some
of the test conditions.
A low resistance measurement is necessary to make sure
there is a good ground connection through the power
cord. Refer to the applicable electrical safety standard for
the specified limit value to be followed.
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To protective earth or any exposed
conductive surface on the enclosure
RA
R
LL
F
LA
L
RL
N
V1
C1
Connect the DUT ac power cord to the
equipment outlet on the Analyzer
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Figure 12. Ground Wire (Protective Earth) Resistance Measurement Connections
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Table 4. Schematic Abbreviations
Abbreviation
Meaning
MD
Measurement Device (ESA615 Analyzer)
FE
Functional Earth
PE
Protective Earth
Mains
Mains voltage supply
L1
Live conductor
L2
Neutral conductor
DUT
Device Under Test
DUT_L1
Device Under Test live conductor
DUT_L2
Device Under Test neutral conductor
DUT_PE
Device Under Test Protective Earth
REV POL
Reversed mains supply polarity
LEAD GND
Lead to ground, used in patient leakage test
MAP
Mains on Applied Part
MAP REV
Reverse Mains on Applied Part source voltage
PE Open
Open Protective Earth
Test voltage
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DEVICE UNDER TEST
DUT_L1
APPLIED
PART
DUT_L2
FE
DUT_PE
MD
CONDUCTIVE PART
TEST LEAD
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Figure 13. Ground Wire (Protective Earth) Resistance Measurement Schematic
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Insulation Resistance Test
The five Insulation Resistance Tests measure mains (L1 &
L2) to Protective earth, applied parts to Protective earth,
mains to applied parts, mains to non-earthed conductive
points, and applied parts to non-earthed conductive points.
To access the Insulation Resistance Test menu,
push .
All Insulation Resistance Tests can be done with 500 V dc
or 250 V dc. To change the test voltage from the Insulation
Resistance Test menu, push the More softkey. Push the
Change Voltage softkey to toggle the test voltage
between 250 V dc and 500 V dc.
Note
When you exit and re-enter the Insulation
Resistance Test menu, the test voltage is set to
its default value of 500 V dc.
As shown in Figure , three of the five tests are shown
above function softkeys F1 through F3. To access the
other two tests or test voltage selection, push the More
softkey. The Back softkey will move the menu up to the
top-level Insulation Resistance test menu.
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Figure 14. Insulation Resistance Measurement
After you push a test softkey, push  to apply the test
voltage to the DUT and take the resistance measurement.
Figures through shows the electrical connections
between the Product and DUT for the five Insulation
Resistance tests.
Note
The DUT is powered off for this test.
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DEVICE UNDER TEST
DUT_L1
APPLIED
PART
MD
DUT_L2
DUT_PE
FE
CONDUCTIVE PART
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Figure 15. Mains to Protective-Earth Insulation Resistance Test Schematic
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DEVICE UNDER TEST
DUT_L1
APPLIED
PART
DUT_L2
DUT_PE
MD
FE
CONDUCTIVE PART
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Figure 16. Applied Parts to Protective-Earth Insulation Test Schematic
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DEVICE UNDER TEST
DUT_L1
APPLIED
PART
DUT_L2
MD
DUT_PE
FE
CONDUCTIVE PART
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Figure 17. Mains to Applied-Parts Insulation Test Schematic
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DEVICE UNDER TEST
DUT_L1
APPLIED
PART
DUT_L2
MD
DUT_PE
FE
CONDUCTIVE PART
TEST
LEAD
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Figure 18. Mains to Non-Earth Accessible Conductive Points Schematic
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DEVICE UNDER TEST
DUT_L1
APPLIED
PART
DUT_L2
DUT_PE
FE
CONDUCTIVE PART
TEST
LEAD
MD
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Figure 19. Applied Parts to Non-Earth Conductive Points Schematic
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Equipment Current Test
To measure the current consumed by the DUT, push
. The Product shows the current that flows through
the mains connections of the test receptacle.
Leakage Current Test
The Product measures leakage current for different DUT
configurations. The Product measures leakage found on
the enclosure and the earth connection as well as leakage
on each connected applied part and combinations of
connected applied parts.
The available leakage tests are set by the standard you
set in setup. See the How to Set the Test Standard section
to change the test standard.
Table is a list of six leakage current tests. Their names
are different when the standard is changed in the Product.
Push  to access the leakage current main menu
shown in Figure .
Table 5. Test Names Based on Selected Standard
IEC60601
AAMI/NFPA 99
Protective Earth Resistance
Ground Wire Resistance
Earth Leakage Current
Ground Wire Leakage Current
Touch or Enclosure Leakage Current
Chassis Leakage Current
Patient Leakage Current
Lead to Ground Leakage Current
Patient Auxiliary Leakage Current
Lead to Lead Leakage Current
Mains on Applied Part (MAP) Leakage Current
Isolation Leakage Current
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Earth Leakage Current
Note
The Ground Wire (Earth) Leakage test is
available for AAMI, 60601, and not IEC 62353.
To measure the current that flows in the protective earth
circuit of the DUT, push the Ground Wire softkey from the
leakage current main menu. Figure shows the electrical
connections between the Product and the DUT when you
do a Ground Wire Leakage Current Test.
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Figure 20. Leakage Current Main Menu
Note
The display shown in Figure is the main leakage
current menu when AAMI is the standard.
All leakage currents but Lead Isolation (Mains on Applied
parts), are shown in as AC+DC, AC Only, or DC only. The
initial result is shown in the applicable parameter for the
set test standard. To change the parameter, push  or .
The measurement method is shown to the right of the
current measurement while leakage current tests are
done.
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The Ground Wire Leakage Current test has some
combination measurements that can be done. Push
 to switch the polarity of the mains voltage applied
to the test receptacle between Normal, Off, Reverse, and
Off. Push  to open and close the neutral connection
to the test receptacle. It is not necessary to open up the
test receptacle earth (ground), since this is done internally
by the measurement.
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The outlet conditions below apply when you do this test:
•
•
•
•
Normal Polarity
Normal Polarity, Open Neutral
Reversed Polarity
Reversed Polarity, Open Neutral
IEC60601-1 specifies that the applied parts must be
connected for this measurement. Push  or  to ground
and unground all applied parts connection posts.
Note
A ground connection on an applied part is shown
as a box around the applied part in the display.
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DEVICE UNDER TEST
MAINS
ON
DUT_L1
L1
APPLIED
PART
MAINS
DUT_L2
L2
L2
REV
POL
DUT_PE
MD
FE
CONDUCTIVE PART
APPLIED PART
PE
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Figure 21. Earth Leakage Current Test Schematic
Note
Ground wire leakage is the same schematic without the Applied Parts switch.
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Chassis (Enclosure) Leakage Test
Note
The Chassis (Enclosure) Leakage test is only
available for the IEC60601 or ANSI/AAMI ES1
1993 standard selections.
The Chassis (Enclosure) Leakage Test measures the
current that flows between the enclosure of the DUT and
protective earth. Figure shows the electrical connections
between the Product and the DUT.
To do a Chassis (Enclosure) Leakage Test:
1.
Connect a lead between the V/Ω/A jack and the DUT
enclosure.
2.
Push .
3.
Push the Chassis softkey from the Leakage Current
Test menu.
4.
The measured current shows in the display.
•
•
•
•
•
Normal Polarity, Open Earth
Normal Polarity, Open Neutral
Reversed Polarity
Reversed Polarity, Open Earth
Reversed Polarity, Open Neutral
IEC60601-1 specifies that the applied parts must be
connected for this measurement. Push  or  to ground
and unground all applied parts connection posts.
Note
Chassis leakage for ANSI/AAMI is the same schematic
without the Applied Parts switch.
The Chassis Leakage test can be done with different fault
conditions on the test receptacle. Push  to switch
the test receptacle between Normal, Off, Reverse, and
Off. Push  to open and close the neutral connection
to the receptacle. Push  to open and close the earth
connection of the receptacle.
The outlet conditions below apply when do this test:
•
Normal Polarity
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DEVICE UNDER TEST
MAINS
ON
DUT_L1
L1
APPLIED
PART
MAINS
DUT_L2
L2
L2
EARTH
DUT_PE
FE
CONDUCTIVE PART
TEST LEAD
MD
PE
APPLIED PART
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Figure 22. Enclosure Leakage Current Test Schematic
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Lead-to-Ground (Patient) Leakage Test
Note
The Lead-to-Ground (Patient) Leakage Current
Test is not available for IEC 62353 standard
selections.
The Lead-to-Ground (Patient) Leakage Current test
measures the current that flows between in one applied
part, a group of applied parts, or all applied parts, and the
Mains PE. Figure shows the electrical connections
between the Product and the DUT.
To do a Lead-to Ground (Patient) leakage test:
1.
Push .
2.
Push the More softkey.
3.
Push  or  to set one of the applied part groupings.
 to switch the test receptacle between Normal, Off,
Reverse, and Off. Push  to open and close the
neutral connection to the receptacle. Push  to open
and close the earth connection in the receptacle.
The outlet conditions below apply when you do this test:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Normal Polarity
Normal Polarity, Open Neutral
Normal Polarity, Open Earth
Reversed Polarity
Reversed Polarity, Open Neutral
Reversed Polarity, Open Earth
Note
If there are more than five applied parts to
connect to the Product, see the How to Use the
1-to-10 Adapter section in this manual.
Note
Refer to the test standard when you know the
type of the applied parts and how they must be
grouped for the test.
4.
Push the Select softkey.
5.
Push  or  to advance through each applied part
grouping, or the individual applied parts, to ground.
These are selected and measured.
The Lead-to-Ground Leakage test can be done with
different fault conditions on the test receptacle. Push
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DEVICE UNDER TEST
MAINS
ON
DUT_L1
L1
APPLIED
PART
MAINS
DUT_L2
L2
L2
REV
POL
EARTH
DUT_PE
FE
CONDUCTIVE PART
MD
LEAD
SELECT
RELAY*
PE
PE
LEAD GND
SELECT RELAY
(REMOTE ONLY)
*Leads not selected are open.
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Figure 23. Lead-to-Ground (Patient) Leakage Current Test Schematic
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Lead-to-Lead (Patient Auxiliary) Leakage Tests
Note
The Lead-to-Lead (Patient Auxiliary) leakage test
is available when the IEC60601 or ANSI/AAMI
ES1-1993 standard is selected.
To measure the leakage current through each applied part
or lead and combination of lead connections (all other or
between two), push the Lead to Lead softkey from the
Leakage Test main menu shown in Figure . Figure shows
the electrical connections between the Product and the
DUT when it does a Lead-to-Lead (Patient Auxiliary)
Leakage Current Test.
The Lead-to-Lead (Patient Auxiliary) Leakage test adds a
diagram of the applied parts connection posts to the
display, as shown in Figure . In the figure, the applied
parts post RA/R is shown above the other posts. This
shows that the leakage measurement is from RA/R to all
others. To move to the subsequent applied part post, push
. The first post will show inline with the other posts while
the LL/F post shows above all others. This shows the
second leakage measurement is from LL/F to all others.
Continue to push  or  to move from one connection post
to another.
different combinations of posts tied together: RA/R and
LL/F, RA/R and LA/L, or LL/F and LA/L.
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Figure 24. Applied Parts Connection Posts Display
The Lead-to-Lead (Patient Auxiliary) Leakage test can
make different fault measurements. Push  to switch
the polarity of the mains voltage applied to the test
receptacle between Normal, Off, Reverse, and Off. Push
 to open and close the neutral connection to the test
receptacle. Push to open and close the earth or
ground connection to the test receptacle.
Note
If there are more than five applied parts to
connect to the Product, see the How to Use the
1-to-10 Adapter section in this manual.
After each post is isolated individually, the Lead-to-Lead
(Patient Auxiliary) Leakage test measures current of three
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MAINS
ON
DEVICE UNDER TEST
DUT_L1
L1
APPLIED
PART
MAINS
DUT_L2
L2
L2
REV
POL
EARTH
DUT_PE
FE
CONDUCTIVE PART
PE
+ LEAD
SELECT
RELAY*
MD
- LEAD
SELECT
RELAY*
PE
LEAD GND
SELECT RELAY*
(REMOTE ONLY)
*Leads not selected are open.
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Figure 25. Lead-to-Lead (Patient Auxiliary) Leakage Current Test Schematic
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The outlet conditions below apply when you do this test:
•
•
•
•
•
Normal Polarity
Normal Polarity, Open Neutral
Normal Polarity, Open Earth
Reversed Polarity, Open Neutral
Reversed Polarity, Open Earth
Lead Isolation (Mains on Applied Part) MAP
Leakage Test
Note
The Lead Isolation (Mains on Applied Part)
leakage test is available when the IEC60601 &
ANSI/AAMI standard is selected.
The Lead Isolation (Mains On Applied Parts) Leakage
Current test measures the current that flows in response
to an isolated AC voltage applied between a selected
applied part, group of applied parts, or all applied parts,
and Earth (and any conductive part connected to the RED
terminal). Figure shows the electrical connections
between the Product and the DUT when it does a Mains
on Applied Part Leakage Current Test.
1.
Push .
2.
Push the More softkey.
3.
Set the applied part groupings with  and .
Note
Refer to the test standard when you decide the
type of the applied parts and how they must be
grouped for the test.
4.
Push the Select softkey.
5.
Push the Lead Isolation softkey.
6.
Push  or  to set the desired applied part connection.
7.
Push  to apply the voltage and read the leakage
current in the display.
Note
With 60601 standard selected, the MAP test
voltage is available in Normal and Reverse (180
degrees out of phase with mains).
To do a Lead Isolation (Mains on Applied Part) test:
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Push  and  to scroll through the applied part
connections or groupings. Push  for each connection
configuration to thoroughly test the DUT.
The outlet conditions below apply when you do this test:
•
•
Normal Polarity
Reverse Polarity
Note
If there are more than five applied parts to
connect to the Product, see the How to Use the
1-to-10 Adapter section in this manual.
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DEVICE UNDER TEST
MAINS
On
DUT_L1
L1
APPLIED
PART
MAINS
DUT_L2
L2
REV
POL
DUT_PE
FE
CONDUCTIVE PART
TEST
LEAD
PE
MD
MAP (ISOLATION)
TRANSFORMER
LEAD
SELECT
RELAY*
MAP
REV
*Leads not selected are open.
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Figure 26. Lead Isolation (Mains On Applied Parts) Leakage Test Schematic
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Alternative Equipment Leakage Test
Note
The alternative equipment leakage test is
available when the EN62353 standard is
selected.
The Alternative Equipment Leakage test, applies the
voltage source between short-circuited equipment outlet
mains live, neutral, and equipment outlet earth, the
exposed conductive surface on the housing, and all
applied parts short-circuited together. The test disconnects
equipment from mains. The current which flows over the
insulation of the DUT is measured.
This test is not applicable for equipment with internal
electrical power source. The switches in mains part must
be closed for this measurement.
To do an alternative equipment leakage test:
1.
Push .
2.
Push the Alternative Equipment softkey.
3.
Push  to apply the voltage and read the current
in the display.
Figure shows the electrical connections between the
Product and the DUT for the Alternative Equipment
Leakage Test.
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The outlet conditions below apply when you do this test:
•
•
Closed Earth
Open Earth
Note
If there are more than five applied parts to
connect to the Product, see the How to Use the
1-to-10 Adapter section in this manual.
Alternative Applied Part Leakage Test
Note
The Alternative applied part leakage test is
available when the EN62353 standard is
selected.
The Alternative Applied Part Leakage test applies the test
voltage between short-circuited applied parts of a single
function and the short-circuited equipment outlet mains
live, neutral, earth, and exposed conductive surface on the
housing. This test should only be done for equipment with
F-Type applied parts. For equipment with multiple applied
parts, test each group of applied parts of a single function
in turn with all others float during the test. All applied parts
can be connected to the applied parts jacks and the lead
selection will float those not selected.
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DEVICE UNDER TEST
DUT_L1
APPLIED
PART
DUT_L2
FE
DUT_PE
CONDUCTIVE PART
TEST
LEAD
MD
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Figure 27. Alternative Equipment Leakage Current Test Schematic
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To do an alternative applied part leakage test:
1.
Push .
The Direct Equipment Leakage Current test measures the
leakage current between all applied parts and the exposed
conductive surface on the housing to mains earth.
2.
Push the More softkey.
3.
Set the applied part groupings with  and .
4.
Push the Select softkey.
5.
Push the Alternative A.P. softkey.
6.
Push  to apply the test voltage and read the
current in the display.
2.
7.
Push  or  to advance to the next applied part
group(s) of a single function if applicable. Push 
to read leakage current for each group.
Figure shows the electrical connections between the
Product and the DUT for a Direct Equipment Leakage
Current Test.
Figure shows the electrical connections between the
Product and the DUT for an Alternative Applied Part
Leakage current test.
Note
If there are more than five applied parts to
connect to the Product, see the How to Use the
1-to-10 Adapter section in this manual.
Direct Equipment Leakage Test
Note
The Direct Equipment Leakage test is available
when the EN62353 standard is selected.
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To do a direct equipment test:
1.
Push .
The direct equipment test is the default test and must
already be selected.
Push  to apply the voltage and read the leakage
current in the display
The outlet conditions below apply when you do this test:
•
•
•
•
Normal Polarity, Closed Earth
Normal Polarity, Open Earth
Reversed Polarity, Closed Earth
Reversed Polarity, Open Earth
Note
If there are more than five applied parts to
connect to the Product, see the How to Use the
1-to-10 Adapter section in this manual.
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How to Do Electrical Safety Tests
DEVICE UNDER TEST
DUT_L1
APPLIED
PART
LEAD
SELECT
RELAY*
DUT_L2
*Leads not selected
are open.
DUT_PE
FE
MD
CONDUCTIVE PART
TEST
LEAD
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Figure 28. Alternative Applied Part Leakage Test Schematic
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Direct Applied Part Leakage Test
Note
The Direct Applied Part Leakage test is available
when the EN62353 standard is selected.
The Direct Applied Part Leakage Current test measures
the leakage current between all applied parts of one
function and the exposed conductive surface on the
housing, to mains earth. For equipment with multiple
applied parts, you must do the test on each group of one
function each in turn while all others float. This test must
only be done for equipment with F-Type applied parts.
For Type B applied part, see direct equipment leakage
schematic in Figure .
To do a direct applied part leakage test:
1.
Push .
2.
Push the More softkey.
3.
Set the desired applied part groupings with  and .
4.
Push the Select softkey. The Direct A.P. test must
already be set.
5.
Push  or  to set the applied part test configuration.
6.
Push  to apply the test voltage and read the
current in the display.
7.
Push  or  to advance to the next group of applied
parts, if applicable.
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Figure shows the electrical connections between the
Product and the DUT for a Direct Applied Part Leakage
Current Test.
The outlet conditions below apply when you do this test:
•
•
Normal Polarity
Reversed Polarity
Note
If there are more than five applied parts to
connect to the Product, see the How to Use the
1-to-10 Adapter section in this manual.
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DEVICE UNDER TEST
MAINS
ON
DUT_L1
L1
APPLIED
PART
MAINS
DUT_L2
L2
L2
REV
POL
PE
PE
MD
DUT_PE
FE
CONDUCTIVE PART
TEST
LEAD
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Figure 29. Direct Equipment Leakage Test Schematic
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DEVICE UNDER TEST
MAINS
ON
DUT_L1
L1
LEAD
SELECT
RELAY*
APPLIED
PART
MAINS
DUT_L2
L2
*Leads not selected
are open.
L2
REV
POL
DUT_PE
FE
MD
CONDUCTIVE PART
PE
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Figure 30. Direct Applied Parts Leakage Current Test Schematic
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Differential Leakage Current Test
Note
The Differential Leakage Current test is available
when the EN62353 standard is selected.
The differential leakage current test measures the
magnitudes of the differential current that flows in the
Equipment Outlet live and neutral, with power applied to
the equipment outlet. All applied parts must be connected
for this test, if equipment has applicable applied parts.
To do a differential leakage current test:
1.
Push .
2.
Push the Differential softkey.
Figure shows the electrical connections between the
Product and the DUT for a Differential Leakage Current
test.
The outlet conditions below apply when you do this test:
•
•
•
•
Normal Polarity, Closed Earth
Normal Polarity, Open Earth
Reversed Polarity, Closed Earth
Reversed Polarity, Open Earth
Note
If there are more than five applied parts to
connect to the Product, see How to Use the 1-to10 Adapter later in this manual.
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DEVICE UNDER TEST
MAINS
ON
DUT_L1
L1
APPLIED
PART
MD
MAINS
DUT_L2
L2
REV
POL
FE
EARTH
DUT_PE
PE
CONDUCTIVE PART
TEST
LEAD
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Figure 31. Differential Leakage Current Test Schematic
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How to Use the 1-to-10 Adapter
How to Use the 1-to-10 Adapter
The 1-to-10 Adapter, an optional accessory, increases the
number of lead or applied parts connections to the Product
from 5 to 14. The adapter connects a maximum of 10
leads together into a one lead that is connected to one of
the input jacks of the Product. The other four Product input
jacks can also be used in conjunction with the Adapter.
More leads can be added with multiple 1-to-10 Adapters.
The example in Figure shows one application of the
Adapter. The Defibrillator/Monitor in the example has 10
ECG leads, two pacer leads, and two defibrillator paddles
which must be connected together, and in groups if single
function, for current leakage per IEC62353. The example
shows the ECG leads to be snap type connectors and two
BJ2ECG adapters are shown connected to the Adapter. If
the ECG leads do not have snap connectors, then the
Universal Snap to Banana Adapter can be used to make
the connections to the Adapter.
The common lead from the Adapter is plugged into the RA
st
jack (1 jack) of the Product. Using four sheathed test
leads with alligator clips, connect the two defibrillator
paddles into the LL and LA Product jacks and the two
pacer leads into the RL and V1 jacks. Set the connection
that ties all five Product jacks together. This will measure
leakage current in all fourteen leads. The applied part
group of 1, 2, and 2 lets you test groups of applied parts of
one function.
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Defibrillator/Pacer
DEFIB
Caution: To prevent damage to the Product,
do not apply more than 30 V dc to
the AP (ECG).
ESA615
OFF
PACER
Check unkown connections using a
DMM before connecting to ESA615.
Alligator Clips
1-to-10 and
BJ2ECG
snap adapters
Use leads shorted
for electrical safety
testing only. Do not
short leads for ECG
simulation.
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Figure 32. 1-to-10 Adapter Connections
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How to Use the 1-to-10 Adapter
When you do an applied parts test with the AAMI/NFPA99 standard, the normal connections of RA, LL, LA, and
RL are made to their related input jacks. Four adapters
from the Universal Snap to Banana Adapter set will be
necessary for the first four connections. The other chest
leads are connected to the Adapter and the common lead
th
from the Adapter is connected to the V1 jack (5 jack) of
the Product. See Figure . This configuration lets you
isolate the RA, LL, LA, and RL leads from each other and
the other chest leads, which are shorted together, while
the Product does the leakage tests.
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ECG Monitor
ESA615
1-to-10 and
BJ2ECG
snap adapters
Use leads shorted
for electrical safety
testing only. Do not
short leads for ECG
simulation.
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Figure 33. ECG Lead Connection with 1-to-10 Adapter
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How to Do Point-To-Point Measurements
How to Do Point-To-Point Measurements
The Product can make voltage, resistance, and low
current measurements through its Point-to-Point function.
To access the Point-to-Point function menu shown in
Figure , push . Softkeys F1 through F3 are used to
set the measurement function.
3.
Put the probe tips across the unknown voltage and
read the measurement in the display.
The Product measures a maximum of 300 volts ac.
Measure Resistance
To make a resistance measurement:
1.
Push the Resistance softkey from the Point-To-Point
menu.
2.
Put test leads in the RED (V/Ω/A ) and BLACK jacks.
3.
Null lead resistance by shorting the leads together
and Push the Zero Leads softkey.
4.
Put the probes across the unknown resistance and
read the measurement in the display.
The Product measures resistances to a maximum of
2.0 Ω.
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Figure 34. Point-To-Point Function Menu
Measure Voltage
To make a voltage measurement:
1.
Push the Voltage softkey from the Point-To-Point
menu.
2.
Put test leads in the RED (V/Ω/A ) and BLACK jacks.
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Measure Current
The Product can make dc only, ac only, and ac+dc current
measurements to a maximum of 10 mA. To do a current
measurement:
1.
Push the Leakage softkey from the Point-To-Point
menu.
2.
Push  or  set the ac only, dc only, or ac+dc
measurement mode.
3.
Put test leads in the RED (V/Ω/A ) and BLACK jacks.
4.
Put the probe tips on the two points the unknown
current may flow and read the measurement in the
display.
Note
If the ECG monitor/interpreter has banana posts,
use the optional universal snap to banana
adapter to connect to the Product.
To access the ECG Simulation Waveform menu shown in
Figure , push . From this menu, a number of
waveforms are set through F1, and the rate or frequency
of the waveform is set through F2.
How to Simulate ECG Waveforms
The Product can put different waveforms on the applied
parts connection posts. These signals are used to
measure the performance parameters of ECG monitors
and ECG strip printers. See Figure for the connections
between the Product and an ECG monitor. For monitors
that use the snap style connectors, put the BJ2ECG
adapter into the connectors at the top of the Product and
connect the monitor leads to the snap connectors on the
adapter.
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Figure 35. ECG Waveform Simulation Menu
To output one of the predefined waveforms, push the
Wave Form softkey. A scroll box with  next to it appears
above the softkey label. Use  or  to scroll through the
different waveforms.
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How to Simulate ECG Waveforms
For all waveforms but VFIB and Triangle, the rate or
frequency of the waveform is adjusted through the
Frequency or Rate softkey. For some waveforms, there
are more than two frequency or rate selections. For those
waveforms, push the Frequency or Rate softkey to open
a scroll box above the softkey label with  next to it. Use
 or  to select the frequency or rate. For those
waveforms that have only two frequencies or rates, the
Frequency or Rate softkey is a toggle, where each push
of the softkey switches to the other value.
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ECG Monitor
RA
R
LL
F
LA
L
RL
N
RAR
V1
C1
LL F
LA L
RL N
V1 C1
BJ2ECG
Adapter
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Figure 36. ECG Monitor Connections
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Memory
Memory
Test Sequences
The Product keeps test results data and test sequences
on an SD memory card. The memory card holds a
minimum of 100 test sequences and 1000 test results.
Each test result can be recalled to the display of the
Product or exported to a PC.
The test sequence feature automates the tests you do on
a DUT. You make test sequences with the built-in test
sequence wizard. A different procedure is to start with a
test sequence that is already in the test library and change
it to make a new test sequence. The test sequences and
test results are kept on the memory card.
Note
The Product can show the last 200 test results.
All results in the Product can be exported to a
PC.
To remove the memory card:
1.
Push in on the memory card and release it.
2.
The memory card will eject out of the slot.
3.
Hold the memory card with your fingers and remove it
from the product.
Factory Supplied Test Sequences
Table is a list of factory supplied test sequences that are
on the memory card that ships with the Product. Each
factory supplied test sequence is prefixed with the test
standard number. For example, the 60601-1 Monitor test
sequence is based on the 60601-1 test standard.
Note
With the memory card removed, no test
sequences will show in the test library list. You
cannot make new test sequence without the card
installed in the Product.
To install the memory card:
1.
Insert the card with the contacts toward the back.
2.
Push the card all the way in until you hear it click.
3.
Release the card.
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Table 6. Factory Supplied Test Sequences
Test Sequence
Description
[1]
60601 3rd Patient Monitor
3rd Ed., Class I, 5 ECG
60601 3rd Defibrillator
3rd Ed., Class I, 2 Paddles and 3 ECG
60601 3rd Infusion Device
3rd Ed., Class II, 1 No AP
60601 3rd Ultrasound Device
3rd Ed., Class I, 1 Probe
60601 3rd Generic Device
3rd Ed., Class I, No AP
60601 3rd System
3rd Ed., Class I, No AP
62353-Alt. Patient Monitor
Class I, 5 ECG
62353-Alt. Defibrillator
Class I, 2 Paddles and 3 ECG
62353-Alt. Infusion Device
Class II, 1 No-AP
62353-Alt. Ultrasound Device
Class I, 1 Probe
62353-Alt. Generic Device
Class I, No AP
NFPA99 Patient Monitor
Class I, 5 ECG
NFPA99 Defibrillator
Class I, 2 Paddles and 3 ECG
NFPA99 Infusion Device
Class II, 1 No AP
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Table 6. Factory Supplied Test Sequences (cont.)
Test Sequence
Description
NFPA99 Ultrasound Device
Class I, 1 Probe
NFPA99 Generic Device
Class I, No AP
ANSI/AAMI ES-1 Patient Monitor
Class I, 5 ECG
ANSI/AAMI ES-1 Defibrillator
Class I, 2 Paddles and 3 ECG
ANSI/AAMI ES-1 Infusion Device
Class II, 1 No AP
ANSI/AAMI ES-1 Ultrasound Device
Class I, 1 Probe
ANSI/AAMI ES-1 Generic Device
Class I, No AP
[1]
[1]
Class designations refer to applicable electrical safety standard definitions for devices, not FDA medical device definitions.
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How to Make a Test Sequence
You can make a new test sequence from a different test
sequence or make a new one.
Make a New Test Sequence
To make a new test:
1.
Push .
2.
Push the Test Library softkey.
3.
Push the New softkey.
A test sequence wizard steps you through the
configuration of the test sequence. There are five setup
steps.
1.
Push  or  to highlight a test standard and push
.
2.
Push  or  to highlight a device class and push
.
3.
Configure the Applied Parts (A.P.).
Note
A USB keyboard or barcode reader can be used
to type in the A.P. name.
If the DUT does not have applied parts, push the Next
Step softkey to skip the applied parts configuration.
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If the DUT has applied parts, push New A.P.. You
must name the applied part and show how many DUT
applied parts are in the configuration.
The Product has five applied parts inputs. If you set
more than five applied parts, an error message shows
in the display. If the DUT has more than five applied
parts, you can use the 1-to-10 adapter. See the How
to Use the 1-to-10 Adapter section to learn more.
If you attach multiple applied parts to one input, then
you must set the Tied Setting to Tied. The Product
sets the subsequent available input for the applied
parts that are tied together. The position icon in the
display shows inputs that are configured as dots and
inputs not configures as circles. Figure shows the
position icon for one input configured and four inputs
not configured.
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Figure 37. Input Position ICON
To put a DUT applied part on each of the Product
inputs, set Tied Settings to Not Tied. The Product
will show the subsequent available inputs as
configured for this configuration.
The last applied parts variable is the Type. Highlight
the Type variable and push . Highlight a type
from the type list and push .
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Push the Done softkey to complete the applied part
configuration.
To edit an applied part configuration, use  or  to
highlight the A.P. configuration and push .
4.
Edit test settings.
Table 7 is a list of test settings with their descriptions
and default values.
To set one of the test setting, push  or  to
highlight a test setting and push . After you
change the setting, push the Done softkey.
5.
Name the test sequence. When you push the Next
Step softkey in the edit test settings step, the Product
automatically names the sequence Test Sequence
followed by the date and time. To accept the default
name, push the Next Step softkey. To change the
name, push the Edit softkey.
Note
A USB keyboard or barcode reader can be used
to edit the test sequence name.
The test sequence is complete. To put the test sequence
on the memory card, push the Save softkey. To see the
test sequence parameters before you save it, push the
Edit softkey.
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Table 7. Test Settings for Test Sequences
Test Setting
Description
Default
Value
Pause after power on
If set to yes, delays the start of the test by the time set in the Power on delay
parameter when power is applied to the DUT.
No
Pause before power off
If set to yes, delays the start of the test by the time set in the Power off delay
parameter when power is removed from the DUT.
No
Power on delay
The time the Product will wait before it does the subsequent step after power is
applied to the DUT. The range is 0 to 9999 seconds.
2 sec
Power off delay
The time the Product will wait before it does the subsequent step after power is
removed from the DUT. The range is 0 to 9999 seconds.
0 sec
Test Speed
[1]
When set to Normal, the Product does a leakage current measurement in
5 seconds and an insulation resistance test in 1 minute.
When set to Rapid, the Product measures leakage current as fast as possible and
an insulation resistance test in 3 seconds.
Test Mode
Halt on Test Failure
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When set to Automatic, the Product does each test sequence step automatically.
When set to Step-by-Step, you must push the Next Step softkey to move to the
subsequent step in the sequence.
When set to Yes, the Product stops the test sequence when a fault is sensed.
Normal
Automatic
Yes
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Table 7. Test Settings for Test Sequences (cont.)
Test Setting
Description
Default
Value
Multiple PE Tests
If set to Yes, the Product prompts you to repeat PE tests or continue.
No
Multiple Non-Earth
Leakage
If set to Yes, the Product prompts you to repeat non-earth leakage tests or
continue.
No
Patient Lead Records
[2]
storage
When set to Store all, all results are put into the test results. If set to Store
worst/last, only the worst measured value is put into the test results. If set to store
worst/last and all measured values are the same, then the last value is put into
the test results.
Store
worst/last
Insulation Test Voltage
Sets the insulation test voltage to 250 V dc or 500 V dc.
500 V dc
Reverse Polarity
If set to No, reverse polarity tests will be skipped.
[1]
You can change the test speed parameter on a test sequence to decrease the time necessary to do a test sequence.
[2]
Applies to leakage current and multiple PE tests only.
Yes
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Make a Test Sequence from a Test Sequence in the
Test Library
9.
To make a test sequence from a test sequence already in
the test library:
Edit a Test Sequence
1.
Push .
1.
Push .
2.
Push the Test Library softkey.
2.
Push the Test Library softkey.
3.
Push  or  to highlight a test sequence name.
3.
Push  or  to highlight a test sequence name.
Push the Save softkey to save the test sequence and
exit the wizard.
To change one or more steps of a test sequence:
Note
Push softkey F1 to toggle between an A to Z or Z
to A sort of the test sequences.
Note
Push softkey F1 to toggle between an A to Z or Z
to A sort of the test sequences.
4.
Push the View/Edit softkey.
4.
Push the View/Edit softkey.
5.
Push the Save as New softkey.
5.
Push the Edit softkey.
6.
Type in a new name with the screen keyboard.
You go through each step of the test sequence and accept
the step parameters or change them.
Note
A USB keyboard or barcode reader can be used
to edit the test sequence name.
7.
Push the Done softkey.
The new test sequence steps are filled in with the
steps from the initial test sequence.
8.
Push the Edit softkey.
Go through each setup step of the test sequence and
accept the parameters or change them for the new
test sequence.
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Test Sequences
Note
To see the details of the test sequence you are
about to start, push the Sequence Details
softkey.
Do a Test Sequence
To do a test sequence:
1.
Push  to show the test sequence screen in
Figure 38.
5.
Push the Next softkey.
The equipment information screen in Figure 39 shows
in the display.
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Figure 38. Test Sequence Screen
2.
3.
Push the Test Library softkey.
Push  or  to highlight a test sequence name.
Note
Push softkey F1 to toggle between an A to Z, Z to
A, by date sort of the test sequences.
4.
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Figure 39. Equipment Information Screen
The number, serial number, manufacturer, model, and
location of the Device Under Test can be typed in to help
identify the DUT on the test results.
Push .
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Note
A USB keyboard or barcode reader can be used
to type in the DUT information. You can use a
barcode reader to automatically move through
each field if it automatically sends a carriage
return.
When the test sequence step is a visual inspection, you
must push the Pass, Fail, or N/A softkey to move on to
the subsequent test step.
When the Product measures a value(s) for a test, Testing
shows in the display. When the test step is done, the
results are shown with PASS or FAIL in the display.
To add comments when a test step ends, push the Add
Comments softkey. When you see individual results of a
Test Summary, you can push the Add Comments softkey
to type in more information about the test step.
When the test sequence is done, a name is made from the
equipment number, the date, and the time. To change the
name, push  or the Edit softkey. To put the test
sequence on the memory card, push the Save softkey.
Show Test Results
To show test results in the display:
1.
Push .
2.
Push  or  to highlight a test results name.
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Note
Push softkey F1 to toggle between sort results by
date or sort A-Z.
3.
Push  to show the test and its results in the
display.
4.
Push  or  to highlight a test result.
5.
Push  to show the test results in the display.
6.
Push the Back softkey to go back to the test results
list.
Note
A USB keyboard or barcode reader can be used
to edit the test results name.
When you push the Start Test Sequence softkey, the
complete test sequence starts.
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Maintenance
•
Delete a Set of Test Results
To delete a test result:
1.
Push .
2.
Push  or  to highlight a test result name.
Note
Push softkey F1 to toggle between sort results by
date or sort A-Z.
3.
4.
•
Turn off the Product and remove the
mains power cord. Stop for two minutes
to let the power assemblies discharge
before you open the fuse door.
Do not operate the Product with covers
removed or the case open. Hazardous
voltage exposure is possible.
Push the Delete softkey.
The Product is a calibrated measurement instrument. Use
the necessary precautions to prevent mechanical abuse
that could change the calibrated adjustments.
A delete confirmation screen will show in the display.
Fuse Test and Fuse Replacement
Push the Delete softkey.
 Warning
Maintenance
To prevent electric shock, remove all power
cords and test leads from the Product before
you open the fuse door.
 Warning
To prevent possible electrical shock, fire, or
personal injury:
•
Have an approved technician repair the
Product.
•
Use only specified replacement fuses.
•
Use only specified replacement parts.
•
Remove the input signals before you
clean the Product.
•
Disconnect the mains power cord before
you remove the Product covers.
For electrical protection of the equipment outlet, the
Product uses two fuses, one in the live (L1) line and one in
the neutral (L2) line. To do a fuse test:
1.
Turn the Product so the case bottom is up. See
Figure .
2.
Flip up the tilt stand.
3.
Remove the screw in the fuse door with a #2 Phillips
head screwdriver and lift the fuse door from the
Product.
4.
Remove the two fuses from the Product.
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How to Clean the Product
 Warning
To prevent electric shock, do not clean the
Product plugged into mains or attached to a
DUT.
F1 - F2
 Caution
Do not pour fluid onto the Product surface.
Fluid in the electrical circuitry can cause the
Product to fail.
 Caution
Do not use spray cleaners on the Product.
This can cause fluid to leak into the Product
and damage electronic components.
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Figure 40. Fuse Access
5.
Use a multimeter to measure the continuity of each
fuse.
If a fuse does not show continuity, replace the fuse(s)
with a fuse of the same current and voltage rating.
Applicable fuse ratings are posted on the case bottom
label of the Product. Table is a list of available fuses
with Fluke Biomedical part numbers.
6.
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Reinstall the fuse door and secure it with the screw.
Clean the Product occasionally with a damp cloth and
weak detergent. Try to prevent the entrance of liquids.
Clean the adapter cables with the same precautions.
Examine them for damage and deterioration of the
insulation. Examine the connections for integrity before
each use.
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Replaceable Parts
Replaceable Parts
Table is a list of replaceable parts for the Product.
Table 8. Replaceable Parts
Item
Fluke Biomedical Part Number
ESA615 Getting Started Manual
4105845
ESA615 Users Manual CD
4105850
Power Cord
USA/Japan
2238680
UK
2238596
Australia/China
2238603
Europe
2238615
France/Belgium
2238615
Thailand
2238644
Israel
2434122
Switzerland
3379149
Brazil
3841358
USA to Brazil Outlet Adapter
4151242
Null Post Adapter
3326842
Ansur, CD with demo version
2795488
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Table 8. Replaceable Parts (cont.)
Item
Fluke Biomedical Part Number
5-to-5 Banana jack to ECG (BJ2ECG) adapter
3359538
Carrying Case
2248650
Data Transfer Cable
4034393
Fuse
USA-115, Japan
T20A 250V Fuse (Time Lag), 1¼ in x ¼ in
2183691
Australia, China,
Switzerland
T10A 250V Fuse (Time Lag), 1¼ in x ¼ in
109298
Europe, UK, USA-220,
France/Belgium, Thailand,
Brazil, Israel
T16A 250V Fuse (Time Lag), 6.3 mm x 32 mm
3321245
15 – 20 A Adapter
2195732
ESA USA/AUS/ISR Accessory Kit:
Test Lead Set
TP1 Test Probe Set
AC285 Alligator Clip Set
3111008
ESA EUR Accessory Kit:
Test Lead Set
TP74 Test Probe Set
AC285 Alligator Clip Set
3111024
 To ensure safety, use exact replacement only.
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Accessories
Table is a list of available accessories for the Product.
Table 9. Accessories
Item
Fluke Biomedical Part Number
Test Leads with Retractable Sheath
1903307
Ground Pin Adapters
2242165
1–to–10 ECG Adapter
3392119
Universal Snap to Banana Adapter
2462072
Ultrasound Test Cable Adapter
3472633
USB Wireless Dongle
3341333
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Specifications
Temperature
Operating ............................................................ 10 °C to 40 °C (50 °F to 104 °F)
Storage ............................................................... -20 °C to 60 °C (-4 °F to 140 °F)
Humidity ................................................................. 10 % to 90 % non-condensing
Altitude
100 V/115 V ac mains supply voltage ................. 5000 m
230 V ac mains supply voltage ........................... 2000 m
Display ................................................................... LCD display
Communications
USB Device Upstream Port ................................ Mini-B connector for control by a computer
USB Host Controller Port .................................... Type A, 5 V output, 0.5 A max load. Connector for keyboard and barcode reader
Wireless .............................................................. IEEE 802.15.4 for control by a computer
Modes of Operation .............................................. Manual and remote
Power
100 V/115 V power outlet.................................... 90 to 132 V ac rms, 47 to 63 Hz, 20 A maximum
230 V power outlet .............................................. 180 to 264 V ac rms, 47 to 63 Hz, 16 A maximum
Weight .................................................................... 1.6 kg (3.5 lb)
Size ......................................................................... 28.5 cm x 17.6 cm x 8.4 cm (11.2 in x 6.9 in x 3.3 in)
Safety Standards
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CE ....................................................................... IEC/EN61010-1 3 Edition; Pollution degree 2, CAT II
CSA ..................................................................... CAN/CSA-C22.2 No 61010-1; UL61010-1
Electromagnetic Compatibility Standards (EMC)
European EMC ................................................... EN61326-1
IP Rating ................................................................ 20
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Detailed Specifications
Test Standard Selections ........................................ ANSI/AAMI ES-1, IEC62353, IEC60601-1, and AN/NZS 3551
Voltage
Ranges (Mains voltage) ...................................... 90.0 V to 132.0 V ac rms
180.0 V to 264.0 V ac rms
Range (Point-to-point voltage)
5000 m ............................................................ 0.0 V to ≤150 V ac rms
2000 m ............................................................ 0.0 V to ≤300.0 V ac rms
Accuracy.............................................................. ±(2 % of reading + 0.2 V)
Earth Resistance
Modes.................................................................. 2-Wire
Test Current ........................................................ >200 mA ac
Range .................................................................. 0.000 Ω to 2.000 Ω
Accuracy.............................................................. ±(2 % of reading + 0.015 Ω)
Equipment Current
Range .................................................................. 0.0 A to 20.0 A ac rms
Accuracy.............................................................. ±(5 % of reading + (2 counts or 0.2 A, whichever is greater))
Duty cycle ............................................................ 15 A to 20 A, 5 min on/5 min off
10 A to 15 A, 7 min on/3 min off
0 A to 10 A, continuous
Leakage Current
Modes* ................................................................ AC+DC (True-rms)
AC only
DC only
* For tests that do not use MAP voltage, AC+DC, AC ONLY, and DC ONLY modes are
available for all leakages. MAP voltages are available only in True-rms (shown as
AC+DC)
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Patient Load Selection ........................................ AAMI ES1-1993 Fig. 1
IEC 60601: Fig. 15
Crest factor ......................................................... ≤3
Ranges ................................................................ 0.0 μA to 199.9 μA
200 μA to 1999 μA
2.00 mA to 10.00 mA
Accuracy
DC to 1 kHz..................................................... ±(1 % of reading + (1 μA or 1 LSD, whichever is greater))
1 kHz to 100 kHz............................................. ±(2 % of reading + (1 μA or 1 LSD, whichever is greater))
1 kHz to 5 kHz (current > 1.6 mA) .................. ±(4 % of reading + (1 μA or 1 LSD, whichever is greater))
100 kHz to 1 MHz ........................................... ±(5 % of reading + (1 μA or 1 LSD, whichever is greater))
Note
Accuracy for Isolation, MAP, Direct AP, Alternative AP, and Alternative Equipment leakage tests all ranges are:
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At 120 V ac + (2.5 μA or 1 LSD, whichever is greater)
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At 230 V ac additional ± 3.0 % and + (2.5 μA or 1 LSD, whichever is greater)
For Alternative equipment, Alternative AP, and Direct AP leakage tests, the leakage values are compensated for
nominal mains as per 62353. Therefore, the accuracy specified for other leakages is not applicable.
Mains on applied part test voltage ...................... 100 % ±7 % of Mains for AAMI, current limited to 1 mA ±25 % per AAMI
100 % ±7 % of Mains for IEC 62353 current limited to 3.5 mA ±25 % per IEC 62353
100 % ±7 % of Mains for IEC 60601-1 current limited to 7.5 mA ±25 % per IEC 60601-1
Differential leakage
Ranges ................................................................ 75 μA to 199 μA
200 μA to 1999 μA
2.00 mA to 20.00 mA
Accuracy ............................................................. ±(10 % of reading + (2 counts or 20 μA, whichever is greater))
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Insulation resistance
Ranges ................................................................ 0.5 to 20.0 MΩ
20.0 to 100.0 MΩ
Accuracy
20 MΩ Range .................................................. ±(2 % of reading + 0.2 MΩ)
100 MΩ Range ................................................ ±(7.5 % of reading + 0.2 MΩ)
Source test voltage ............................................. 500 or 250 V dc (+20 %, -0 %) 2.0 ±0.25 mA short-circuit current
Maximum load capacitance ................................. 1 μF
ECG Performance Waveforms
Accuracy
Frequency ....................................................... ±2 %
Amplitude ........................................................ ±5 % of 2 Hz square wave only, fixed @ 1 mV Lead II configuration
Waveforms
ECG Complex ................................................. 30, 60, 120, 180, and 240 BPM
Ventricular Fibrillation
Square wave (50 % duty cycle) ....................... 0.125 Hz and 2 Hz
Sine wave ........................................................ 10, 40, 50, 60, and 100 Hz
Triangle wave .................................................. 2 Hz
Pulse (63 ms pulse width) ............................... 30 BPM and 60 BPM
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Factory-Supplied Test Sequences
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60601 3 Edition Patient Monitor
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60601 3 Edition Defibrillator
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60601 3 Edition Infusion Pump
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60601 3 Edition Ultrasound Device
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60601 3 Edition Generic Device
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60601 3 Edition System
62353-Alt. Patient Monitor
62353-Alt. Defibrillator
62353-Alt. Infusion Pump
62353-Alt. Ultrasound Device
62353-Alt Generic Device
NFPA99 Patient Monitor
NFPA99 Defibrillator
NFPA99 Infusion Pump
NFPA99 Ultrasound Device
NFPA99 Generic Device
ANSI/AAMI ES-1 Patient Monitor
ANSI/AAMI ES-1 Defibrillator
ANSI/AAMI ES-1 Infusion Pump
ANSI/AAMI ES-1 Ultrasound Device
ANSI/AAMI ES-1 Generic Device
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