Passport 17m Service Manual
Passport 17m
Patient Monitor
Service Manual
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For this manual, the issued Date is June 2015 (Version2.0).
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WARNING
Federal Law (USA) restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.
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Manufacturer’s Responsibility
Contents of this manual are subject to changes without prior notice.
All information contained in this manual is believed to be correct. Mindray shall not be liable for errors contained
herein nor for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this
manual.
Mindray is responsible for safety, reliability and performance of this product only on the condition that:
All installation operations, expansions, changes, modifications and repairs of this product are conducted by
Mindray authorized personnel;
The electrical installation of the relevant room complies with the applicable national and local requirements;
This product is operated under strict observance of the operator’s manual.
Warranty
Mindray warrants that components within its products will be free from defects in workmanship and materials for a
period of
one year from the date of purchase except that disposable or one-time use products are warranted to be
free from defects in workmanship and materials up to a date one year from the date of purchase or the date of first
use, whichever is sooner.
This warranty does not cover consumable items such as, but not limited to, batteries, external cables, and sensors.
Mindray shall not be liable for any incidental, special, or consequential loss, damage, or expense directly or indirectly
arising from the use of its products. Liability under this warranty and the buyer’s exclusive remedy under this warranty
is limited to servicing or replacing the affected products, at Mindray’s option, at the factory or at an authorized
distributor, for any product which shall under normal use and service appear to Mindray to have been defective in
material or workmanship. Recommended preventative maintenance, as prescribed in the service manual, is the
responsibility of the user and is not covered by this warranty.
No agent, employee, or representative of Mindray has any authority to bind Mindray to any affirmation,
representation, or warranty concerning its products, and any affirmation, representation or warranty made by any
agent, employee, or representative shall not be enforceable by buyer or user.
THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF, AND MINDRAY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS, ANY OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, NON-INFRINGEMENT, OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND OF ANY OTHER OBLIGATION ON THE PART OF MINDRAY.
Damage to any product or parts through misuse, neglect, accident, or by affixing any non-standard accessory
attachments, or by any customer modification voids this warranty. Mindray makes no warranty whatsoever in regard
to trade accessories, such being subject to the warranty of their respective manufacturers.
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A condition of this warranty is that the equipment or accessories which are claimed to be defective be returned when
authorized, freight prepaid to Mindray DS USA, Inc., 800 MacArthur Blvd, Mahwah, NJ 07430 or its authorized
representative. Mindray shall not have any responsibility in the event of loss or damage in transit.
Exemptions
Mindray's obligation or liability under this warranty does not include any transportation or other charges or liability
for direct, indirect or consequential damages or delay resulting from the improper use or application of the product or
the use of parts or accessories not approved by Mindray or repairs by people other than Mindray authorized
personnel.
This warranty does not extend to:
Malfunction or damage caused by improper use or man-made failure.
Malfunction or damage caused by unstable or out-of-range power input.
Malfunction or damage caused by force majeure events, such as (i) flood, fire and earthquake or other similar
elements of nature or acts of God; (ii) riots, war, civil disorders, rebellions, or revolutions in any country; or (iii) any
other cause beyond the reasonable control of Mindray.
Malfunction or damage caused by improper operation or repair by unqualified or unauthorized service people.
Malfunction of the instrument or part whose serial number is not legible.
Others not caused by instrument or part itself.
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Return Policy
In the event that it becomes necessary to return a unit to Mindray, follow the instructions below.
1.
Obtain a return authorization.
Contact the Mindray Service Department and obtain a Mindray Customer Service Authorization Number. The
Mindray Customer Service Authorization Number must appear on the outside of the shipping container. Return
shipments will not be accepted if the Mindray Customer Service Authorization Number is not clearly visible. Please
provide the model number, serial number, and a brief description of the reason for return.
2.
Freight policy
The customer is responsible for freight charges when this product is shipped to Mindray for service (including any
relevant customs fees or other freight related charges).
3.
Return address
Please send the part(s) or equipment to the address offered by Customer Service Department.
Contact Information
Manufacturer:
Shenzhen Mindray Bio-Medical Electronics Co., Ltd.
Address:
Mindray Building, Keji 12th Road South, Hi-tech Industrial Park, Nanshan, Shenzhen
518057 P.R. China
Tel:
+86 755 81888998
Fax:
+86 755 26582680
Website:
www.mindray.com
Distributor:
Mindray DS USA, Inc.
Address:
800 MacArthur Boulevard, Mahwah, New Jersey 07430 USA
Tel:
1.800.288.2121, 1.201.995.8000
Website:
www.mindray.com
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Preface
Manual Purpose
This manual provides detailed information about the assembly, disassembly, testing and troubleshooting of the
equipment to support effective troubleshooting and repair. It is not intended to be a comprehensive, in-depth
explanation of the product architecture or technical implementation. Use of the manual is necessary for proper
equipment maintenance and will help to eliminate equipment damage and personal injury.
This manual is based on the maximum configuration; therefore, some contents may not apply to your monitor. If you
have any question, please contact our Customer Service Department.
Intended Audience
This manual is for biomedical engineers, authorized technicians or service representatives responsible for
troubleshooting, repairing and maintaining the patient monitors.
Contact your local Mindray Service Organization for information on product courses which address service and
support for this product.
Passwords
A password may be required to access different modes within the monitor. The passwords are listed below:
User maintenance:
888888 (User adjustable)
Configuration mode:
315666 (User adjustable)
It is recommended that the user should change the passwords for user maintenance and configuration mode once
they take ownership of the equipment.
NOTE
Prior to logging into the iView system, you must connect the keyboard to the special USB connector.
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Contents
1 Safety..............................................................................................................................................................................1-1
1.1 Safety Information.................................................................................................................................................................................... 1-1
1.1.1 DANGER ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 1-2
1.1.2 Warnings ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 1-2
1.1.3 Cautions ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 1-2
1.1.4 Notes ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 1-3
1.2 Equipment Symbols................................................................................................................................................................................. 1-3
2 Theory of Operation ......................................................................................................................................................2-1
2.1 Introduction ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 2-1
2.2 System Connections ................................................................................................................................................................................ 2-1
2.2.1 Mounting the Patient Monitor ................................................................................................................................................ 2-1
2.2.2 Connectors for Peripheral Devices ........................................................................................................................................ 2-2
2.3 Main Unit ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2-3
2.3.1 Input System................................................................................................................................................................................. 2-4
2.3.2 Output System ............................................................................................................................................................................. 2-5
2.3.3 Processing and Communications System ........................................................................................................................... 2-7
2.3.4 Power Management System .................................................................................................................................................... 2-9
2.3.5 Equipment Interface System ................................................................................................................................................. 2-11
2.4 Parameter Module .................................................................................................................................................................................. 2-13
2.4.1 Module Infrared Communication Board ............................................................................................................................ 2-13
2.4.2 Module Power Board................................................................................................................................................................ 2-13
2.4.3 Parameter Board ........................................................................................................................................................................ 2-13
2.5 Satellite Module Rack ............................................................................................................................................................................ 2-14
2.6 BeneLink Module .................................................................................................................................................................................... 2-15
3 Testing and Maintenance...............................................................................................................................................3-1
3.1 Introduction ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-1
3.2 Preventative Maintenance ..................................................................................................................................................................... 3-1
3.2.1 Preventative Maintenance Frequency .................................................................................................................................. 3-1
3.2.2 CO2 Tests......................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-2
3.2.3 AG Tests .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-4
3.3 Performance Tests .................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-7
3.3.1 Performance Test Frequencies ................................................................................................................................................ 3-7
3.3.2 Visual Inspection ......................................................................................................................................................................... 3-8
3.3.3 ECG Tests ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 3-8
3.3.4 Resp Performance Test .............................................................................................................................................................. 3-9
3.3.5 SpO2 Test ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 3-9
3.3.6 NIBP Tests..................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-10
3.3.7 Temp Test ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-12
3.3.8 IBP Tests ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 3-12
3.3.9 C.O. Test ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 3-14
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3.3.10 CO2 Tests.................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-14
3.3.11 AG Tests ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-15
3.3.12 BIS Test ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-15
3.3.13 RM Test....................................................................................................................................................................................... 3-15
3.3.14 CCO/SvO2 Tests ........................................................................................................................................................................ 3-16
3.3.15 ScvO2 Tests ............................................................................................................................................................................... 3-17
3.3.16 Nurse Call Relay Performance Test .................................................................................................................................... 3-17
3.3.17 Analog Output Performance Test...................................................................................................................................... 3-17
3.3.18 BeneLink Module Check ...................................................................................................................................................... 3-18
3.4 Electrical Safety and Other Tests ....................................................................................................................................................... 3-23
3.4.1 Electrical Safety and Other Test Frequencies ................................................................................................................... 3-23
3.4.2 Electrical Safety Test................................................................................................................................................................. 3-23
3.4.3 Power On Test ............................................................................................................................................................................ 3-23
3.4.4 Touchscreen Calibration ......................................................................................................................................................... 3-24
3.4.5 Recorder Check ......................................................................................................................................................................... 3-24
3.4.6 Network Print Test .................................................................................................................................................................... 3-24
3.4.7 Battery Check............................................................................................................................................................................. 3-25
3.4.8 iView System Maintenance.................................................................................................................................................... 3-26
3.5 Factory Maintenance ............................................................................................................................................................................ 3-34
3.5.1 Accessing Factory Maintenance Menu .............................................................................................................................. 3-34
3.5.2 Drawing Waves .......................................................................................................................................................................... 3-35
3.5.3 Enabling/Disabling the Recorder ........................................................................................................................................ 3-35
3.5.4 Checking Software Version.................................................................................................................................................... 3-35
3.5.5 Checking Monitor Information............................................................................................................................................. 3-36
4 Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................................................ 4-1
4.1 Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 4-1
4.2 Part Replacement ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 4-1
4.3 Patient Monitor Status Check ................................................................................................................................................................ 4-1
4.4 Software Version Check........................................................................................................................................................................... 4-1
4.5 Technical Alarm Check............................................................................................................................................................................. 4-2
4.6 Troubleshooting Guide ........................................................................................................................................................................... 4-2
4.6.1 Power On/Off Failures ................................................................................................................................................................ 4-2
4.6.2 Display Failures............................................................................................................................................................................. 4-3
4.6.3 Module Rack Failures .................................................................................................................................................................. 4-4
4.6.4 Alarm Problems ............................................................................................................................................................................ 4-5
4.6.5 Button and Knob Failures.......................................................................................................................................................... 4-6
4.6.6 Recorder Failures ......................................................................................................................................................................... 4-6
4.6.7 Output Interface Failures .......................................................................................................................................................... 4-7
4.6.8 CF Card Problems ........................................................................................................................................................................ 4-7
4.6.9 Power Supply Failures ................................................................................................................................................................ 4-8
4.6.10 Network Related Problems .................................................................................................................................................... 4-9
4.6.11 Software Upgrade Problems............................................................................................................................................... 4-10
4.6.12 Technical Alarm Messages ................................................................................................................................................... 4-10
4.6.13 M51A Self Test Information ................................................................................................................................................. 4-10
4.6.14 Device Integration Failures ................................................................................................................................................. 4-11
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5 Repair and Disassembly ................................................................................................................................................5-1
5.1 Tools .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 5-1
5.2 Preparations for Disassembly................................................................................................................................................................ 5-1
5.3 Basic Disassembly ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 5-2
5.3.1 Disconnecting the Base............................................................................................................................................................. 5-2
5.3.2 Separating the Front and Rear Half of the Monitor .......................................................................................................... 5-3
5.4 Further Disassembly ................................................................................................................................................................................ 5-5
5.4.1 Removing the Power Switch & LED Board ........................................................................................................................... 5-5
5.4.2 Disconnecting the Encoder Assembly.................................................................................................................................. 5-6
5.4.3 Removing the Button Board .................................................................................................................................................... 5-6
5.4.4 Removing the Touchscreen Control Board ......................................................................................................................... 5-7
5.4.5 Removing the Backlight board ............................................................................................................................................... 5-8
5.4.6 Removing the LCD Screen ........................................................................................................................................................ 5-9
5.4.7 Removing the Alarm Lamp Board........................................................................................................................................ 5-11
5.4.8 Removing the Wireless AP...................................................................................................................................................... 5-11
5.4.9 Removing the CF Assembly ................................................................................................................................................... 5-12
5.4.10 Removing the Main Board ................................................................................................................................................... 5-13
5.4.11 Removing the Fan................................................................................................................................................................... 5-15
5.4.12 Removing the Speaker .......................................................................................................................................................... 5-16
5.4.13 Removing the Interface Board Assembly ........................................................................................................................ 5-16
5.4.14 Removing the iView Assembly ........................................................................................................................................... 5-18
5.4.15 Removing the Power Supply Assembly ........................................................................................................................... 5-20
5.4.16 Removing the Integral Module Rack ................................................................................................................................ 5-23
5.4.17 Removing the Recorder ........................................................................................................................................................ 5-26
5.5 Removing the SMR Assembly ............................................................................................................................................................. 5-31
5.6 Disassembling Modules........................................................................................................................................................................ 5-36
5.6.1 Disassembling the BeneLink Module ................................................................................................................................. 5-36
5.6.2 Disassembling the New MPM Module................................................................................................................................ 5-40
6 Parts................................................................................................................................................................................6-1
6.1 Introduction ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-1
6.2 Main Unit ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-2
6.3 Base Assembly ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-3
6.4 Front housing Assembly--17” LCD Touchscreen.............................................................................................................................. 6-4
6.5 Rear Housing Assembly .......................................................................................................................................................................... 6-6
6.5.1 Rear Housing Assembly ............................................................................................................................................................ 6-6
6.5.2 Power module .............................................................................................................................................................................. 6-8
6.5.3 Integral Module Rack ................................................................................................................................................................. 6-9
6.5.4 Interface Board Assembly....................................................................................................................................................... 6-10
6.5.5 Main Support Assembly .......................................................................................................................................................... 6-11
6.5.6 Main Control Board Assembly ............................................................................................................................................... 6-12
6.5.7 6800 Wireless AP Kit (ASUS) ................................................................................................................................................... 6-13
6.5.8 Others ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-14
6.6 SMR Assembly ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-15
6.6.1 SMR Assembly ............................................................................................................................................................................ 6-15
6.6.2 SMR Inner Assembly................................................................................................................................................................. 6-16
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6.7 MPM ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-17
6.8 Replaceable Parts ................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-19
6.8.1 Main Unit..................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-19
6.8.2 SMR ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-20
6.8.3 Parameter Modules .................................................................................................................................................................. 6-20
6.8.4 Cables ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 6-21
7 Upgrade.......................................................................................................................................................................... 7-1
7.1 Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 7-1
7.2 Upgrading Parameter Modules ............................................................................................................................................................ 7-2
7.3 Upgrading Functional Assemblies ....................................................................................................................................................... 7-3
7.3.1 Upgrading SMR ............................................................................................................................................................................ 7-3
7.4 Upgrading Software ................................................................................................................................................................................. 7-3
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1 Safety
1.1 Safety Information
DANGER
Indicates an imminent hazard that, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING
Indicates a potential hazard or unsafe practice that, if not avoided, could result in death or serious
injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potential hazard or unsafe practice that, if not avoided, could result in minor personal injury
or product/property damage.
NOTE
Provides application tips or other useful information.
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1.1.1 DANGER
There are no dangers that refer to the product in general. Specific “Danger” statements may be given in the respective
sections of this manual.
1.1.2 Warnings
WARNING
All installation operations, expansions, changes, modifications and repairs of this product should be
conducted by Mindray authorized personnel.
There is high voltage inside the equipment. Never disassemble the equipment before it is disconnected
from the AC power source.
When you disassemble/reassemble a parameter module, a patient leakage current test must be
performed before it is used again for monitoring.
The equipment must be connected to a properly installed power outlet with protective earth contacts
only. If the installation does not provide for a protective earth conductor, disconnect it from the power
line and operate it on battery power, if possible.
Dispose of the package material, observing the applicable waste control regulations and keeping it out
of children’s reach.
1.1.3 Cautions
CAUTION
Make sure that no electromagnetic radiation interferes with the performance of the equipment when
preparing to carry out performance tests. Mobile phone, X-ray equipment or MRI devices are a possible
source of interference as they may emit higher levels of electromagnetic radiation.
Before connecting the equipment to the power line, verify the voltage and frequency ratings of the
power line are the same as those indicated on the equipment’s label or in this manual.
Protect the equipment from damage caused by drop, impact, strong vibration or other mechanical force
during servicing.
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1.1.4 Notes
NOTE
Refer to Operation Manual for detailed operation and other information.
1.2 Equipment Symbols
See the Passport 12m/Passport 17m Operator’s Manual for information about the symbols used on this product and its
packaging.
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2 Theory of Operation
2.1 Introduction
This patient monitor is designed to monitor a fixed set of physiological parameters including ECG, heart rate (HR),
respiration (Resp), temperature (Temp), pulse oxygen saturation (SpO2), pulse rate (PR), non-invasive blood pressure
(NIBP), invasive blood pressure (IBP), cardiac output (C.O.), carbon dioxide (CO2), oxygen (O2), anesthetic gas (AG),
impedance cardiograph (ICG), bispectral index (BIS), respiration mechanics (RM), and central venous oxygen
saturation (ScvO2)
The patient monitor also:
Provides audible and visual alarm indications in case of patient or equipment problems.
Enables displaying, reviewing, storing and transferring of real-time data.
Incorporates multiple input devices such as buttons, knob, touchscreen, keyboard and mouse.
Interfaces a clinical information system or central monitoring system.
Enables program upgrade over the network.
Integrates the information of other devices, which include but are not restricted to anesthesia machine and
ventilator.
2.2 System Connections
2.2.1 Mounting the Patient Monitor
The patient monitor can be mounted on a wall bracket. The wall bracket can be ordered separately. Each mounting
bracket is delivered with a complete set of mounting hardware and instructions.
CAUTION
Use mounting brackets Mindray supplies or approves. If another compatible mounting bracket is used,
sure it can be safely support the Passport 17m monitor.
The mounting bracket should be installed by our qualified service personnel, or qualified personnel
having a full understanding of local building codes. If a non-validated mounting solution is used, the
installation personnel and the customer should verify this mounting device can safely handle the load of
the 17m monitor and peripheral equipment used with it such as modules, cables, SMR and hoses.
Customer assumes all liability if installing mounting equipment other than that recommended by
Mindray.
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2.2.2 Connectors for Peripheral Devices
On the back of the patient monitor you will find all connectors for peripheral devices.
1.
AC Power Connector: used to connect an AC power source (100 to 240 VAC, 50/60Hz).
2.
Equipotential Terminal: used to connect the equipotential terminal of other equipment, eliminating potential
difference between different pieces of equipment.
3.
SMR Connector: Powered USB connector which is used with the special powered USB cable necessary to connect
and operate the SMR.
4.
Video Output:
It is a DVI-D connector used to connect a secondary display.
5.
iView Network Connector: It is a RJ45 connector that connects iView system to external network.
6.
Network Connector: It is a RJ45 connector used to connect an ethernet network or a PC.
7.
Analog Output and Defibrillator Connector:
It is a Micro-D connector used to output analog signals and
defibrillator synchronization signals.
8.
Auxilliary Output Connector: It is a BNC connector used to output nurse call signals.
9.
Secondary USB Connector:
used to connect the mouse and keyboard of the secondary display.
10. Special USB Connectors: used for iView maintenance and data transfer.
11. General USB Connector: used to connect any USB-compatible peripheral device.
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2.3 Main Unit
The patient monitor consists of:
Input system: button board, knob, touchscreen, power switch and LED board
Output system: LCD panel, alarm LED board, recorder, speaker
Processing and communications system: main board, iView assembly, integral module rack
Power management system: battery, battery interface board, power module
Equipment interface system: USB interface board, DVI interface board, CF card assembly and internal wireless
network card.
Additionally, the patient monitor can also support a satellite module rack (SMR), parameter modules, BeneLink
module, mouse, keyboard, etc.
The following diagram illustrates the structure of the patient monitor.
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2.3.1 Input System
Button board
The button board, located at the lower part of the monitor’s front panel, contains 6 keys and provides connections for
the following components to the main board:
Knob
Power switch & LED board
Touchscreen control board
Backlight board
Alarm LED board
The following diagram shows the button board connections.
Knob
The knob can be pressed, or rotated both clockwise and counter-clockwise. It is connected to the button board.
Touchscreen
The touchscreen enables touch operations and can be calibrated. It is connected to the touchscreen control board
and main board.
Power switch & LED Board
The power switch & LED board controls the power supply for the main unit. It has three LEDs, which respectively
indicate the AC power status, battery status and monitor power on/off status. It is connected to the button board.
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2.3.2 Output System
LCD
The patient monitor utilizes a high-resolution LCD. The LCD is connected to the main board. Signals and power supply
of the backlight board are transferred by the button board.
Alarm Lamp
The patient monitor has two alarm lamps integrated in the alarm lamp board. Alarm lamps light either red or yellow.
The alarm lamp signals are transferred by the button board and are directly controlled by the main board.
Recorder
The recorder receives data coming from the main board and transmits it to the thermal printhead for printing. The
recorder has a hardkey (start/stop recordings) and a green LED on its front. It is connected to the main board.
The following diagram shows its operating principle.
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Module
Description
Power interface
Introduces a DC from the main board.
Power module
Converts the input A/C power into appropriate D/C voltages which power individual
modules.
CPU
Controls all the communications between modules.
Signal interface
Controls all the communications between the main board and the recorder CPU.
Motor drive circuit
Receives the control signals from the CPU and then forwards them to the stepper motors.
Button & LED board
The button board and the LED board are controlled directly by the CPU board.
Speaker
The speaker provides sound for alarms, key strokes, heart beats and pulse, and allows PITCH TONE and multi-level tone
modulation. It is connected with the main board and is directly driven by the main board.
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2.3.3 Processing and Communications System
Main Board
The main board is the heart of the patient monitor. It implements a series of tasks including input & output control,
data storage and processing, display processing, system control, communication management, printing management
and alarming, etc.
The main board is comprised of the CPU board and mother board. The following diagram shows interfaces to other
components.
The CPU board consists of the CPU, FLASH, memory, realtime clock, EEPROM, etc. It interfaces to the mother board
only, which then provides interfaces to all other external devices.
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The mother board controls all connections and communications with other components and provides the following
interfaces:
LCD port: connects a built-in display.
Video output+network+IO+IIC: connects the digital video interface board.
USB×2+UART: connects the USB interface board.
Button board port: connects the button board.
Integral module rack port: connects integral module rack communication board.
Fan port: connects the fan.
Speaker port: connects the speaker.
Power module port: connects the power module.
iView port: located at the back of the mother board for connecting the iView components.
CF port: connects the CF card assembly.
Recorder port: connects the recorder.
Internal wireless network card port: connects the internal wireless network card
iView System
iView sytem includes iView mother board, computer board, hard disk, etc. iView system connects to the main control
board, DVI interface board and USB interface board. The iView system transmits the network signal to the host
network interface through DVI interface board.
Integral Module Rack
The patient monitor has two kinds of integral module racks: 2-slot and 5-slot. The control board includes a NIOS II
FPGA. It implements protocol conversion and infrared communication between the main unit and the parameter
modules.
The module rack communication board can be a 2-slot type or a 3-slot type. The 3-slot communication board
communicates with the main board directly. The 2-slot communication board is connected to and is controlled by the
3-slot communication board. The 3-slot communication board has the function of communication control. The 2-slot
communication board consists of the infrared circuit and module power circuit. The RS422 drive circuit is located on
the 3-slot communication board.
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2.3.4 Power Management System
Battery
The patient monitor uses two rechargeable lithium-ion batteries (11.1 V, 4500 mAh). The battery compartment door is
located at the bottom of the patient monitor. The battery power is introduced to the power module via the battery
interface board, and then processed and distributed to each component by the power module.
NOTE
Two batteries must be used simultaneously when the patient monitor operates on battery power.
Battery Interface Board
The battery interface board connects batteries to the power module, enabling charging and discharging between the
batteries and the power board.
Power Module
The power module is located at the back of the patient monitor. The main part of the power module is the power
board, which contains 4 PCBs: charging & power management board, voltage drop DC inverter, voltage rise and drop
DC inverter, and voltage drop 5 V CIS power board.
The power module transforms the input power into DC and supplies each component of the patient monitor. The
input power comes from either the batteries or an AC source. The patient monitor will run power from the AC source
whenever an AC source is available. If the AC source is not available, the patient monitor will automatically switch to
battery power. This does not affect the monitor’s operating status.
Power module has an AC input socket at its backside, and a socket at its front provides 4 connections to the batteries,
main board, iView components and USB interface board respectively. The power module protects itself and the
patient monitor by switching off AC input or DC output in case of overcurrent, short circuit and overvoltage.The
power module provides 4 DC outputs:
Outputs
Description
+3.3 VDC
Goes to the LCD, mother board, CPU board, DVI interface board and integral module rack.
+5.0 VDC
Goes to the DVI interface board, recorder, CF storage card board and USB interface board.
+5.0 VDC CIS
Goes to the iView assembly.
+12 VDC
Goes to the recorder, LCD inverter, integral module rack, parameter modules and USB
interface board.
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The systematic principle diagram of the power module is as follows:
The following diagram shows the pins of the power module socket (excluding the pins of the battery power socket.
On power board, pin 1 has a triangle symbol):
Pin ID
Marking
Description
Cable color
GND
The output grounding terminal of the power board.
Black
8
RXD
Receives serial communications (from the main board ).
Purple
9
TXD
Sends serial communications (to the main board).
Brown
2, 4, 6, 7,
13, 15, 17
Power on/off control signal. A TTL pulse signal inputted from the back
10
PCON
board. Every time the power on/off switch is pressed (pulse of falling
edge), a switch between power “on” and “off” happens. The pulse duration
Blue
is no less than 0.1 s for power-on and no less than 2 s for power off.
Backlight on/off control signal. The main board sends a backlight on/off
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LCD-EN
control signal to the power board through the serial interface. The power
board processes the received signal and then outputs a high or low signal
Green
depending on the received signal.
12, 1
12 V
The positive end of the 12 VDC coming from the power board.
Yellow
14, 3
5 V CIS
The positive end of the 5 VDC CIS coming from the power board.
Purple
16, 5
5V
The positive end of the 5 VDC coming from the power board.
Red
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Pin ID
Marking
Description
Cable color
18, 19
3.3 V
The positive end of the 3.3 VDC coming from the power board.
Orange
20
LED- AC
AC power status indication signal
White
21
LED- BAT
Battery status indication signal.
Grey
22
LCD-BR
Backlight brightness control voltage.
Brown
2.3.5 Equipment Interface System
USB Interface Board
The USB interface board is compatible with such USB interfaces as USB2.0, USB1.1 and USB1.0. It is connected with the
main board and the power module. It receives USB differential signals coming from the main board and then
distributes them to a maximum of six USB interfaces via two ISP1521 chips. The USB interface board of the iView
system directly connects to two USB interfaces (on the USB board) of the host. The UART signal output by the main
board is converted into RS422 signal by the USB interface board. The USB interface board receives 5 VDC and 12 VDC
inputs from the power module, of which the 5 VDC goes to the USB interface board and the 12 VDC outputted to the
SMR connector through a fuse.
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DVI Interface Board
The DVI interface board is connected with the mother board and the iView mother board. The following diagram
shows its interfaces to other components.
Interface
Description
iView Connector
Connects the iView mother board.
BNC connector
Outputs nurse call signals.
Micro-D connector
Outputs analog signals and defibrillator synchronization signals.
RJ 45 connector
A standard RJ45 connector, providing 10/100 BASE-TX Ethernet communications channels. It
(network)
connects an Ethernet network or a PC.
RJ 45 connector (iView)
A standard RJ45 connector for connecting a iView network.
DVI-D connector
Connects a secondary display.
CF Card assembly
The CF assembly serves the non-volatile CF storage card which is used for data storage and transfer. It is connected
with the mother board.
Internal wireless network card
The internal wireless network card connects with the mother board. User can set network type as LAN or WLAN
through user interface and can set the internal wireless network card through PC.
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2.4 Parameter Module
Each parameter module consists of the module infrared communication board, module power board, module button
board, parameter board, etc.
2.4.1 Module Infrared Communication Board
The module infrared communication board allows a short delay when powering up the module and adopts FPGA to
enable infrared communications between the module and the module rack. An ID is integrated into the module
infrared communication board. When a module is inserted in the module rack, the ID is automatically sent to the
module rack.
2.4.2 Module Power Board
Some modules have no power board. There are two kinds of module power board:
1.
Isolated power board: converts the 12 VDC into a 12 V isolated DC and a 5 V isolated DC.
2.
Non-isolated power board: converts the 12 VDC into a 5 VDC.
2.4.3 Parameter Board
The parameter board is a parameter measurement component.
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2.5 Satellite Module Rack
The satellite module rack (SMR) is independent of the patient monitor, provides 8 slots for mounting parameter
modules. It has the following features:
It allows a parameter module to be plugged and unplugged with the patient monitor on. This allows function
extension and patient transfer.
The SMR receives 12 VDC through a powered USB cable coming from the 17m monitor. It then supplies power to
each parameter module via the contact screw.
It accomplishes communications protocol conversions between the patient monitor and each parameter module,
provides infrared communications for parameter modules, and is responsible for detecting infrared
communications malfunction for each parameter module.
The following diagram shows the structure of the SMR.
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2.6 BeneLink Module
The BeneLink module allows the information (patient data, alarms, etc.) from the external device to be displayed,
saved, recorded, printed, or calculated through the patient monitor. If the patient monitor is connected with the CMS
or gateway, information from the external device can also be transmitted to the CMS or gateway. The BeneLink
module connects with the external device through an ID module, which enables the information transmission
between the BeneLink module and the external device. The BeneLink module can be connected to many external
devices such as anesthesia machines and ventilators.
The following diagram shows the structure of the BeneLink module:
BeneLink module interface
board for debugging
Debugging
serial port
Connector 4
Isolation
circuit
BeneView
patient monitor
Infrared ray Infrared
commun
-ication
board
I2S
AM1808
CPU module
Serial port
ID_READ
ID_STATUS
Connector 1
BeneLink module interface board
External device
232 Serial port
Serial port ID interface board
Serial port of external Multiplex switch
device
MCU serial
port
232 Serial port
Connector
Up serial port
Connector
MCU
ID_READ
VCC
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3 Testing and Maintenance
3.1 Introduction
To ensure the patient monitor always functions properly, qualified service personnel should perform regular
inspections, maintenance and tests. This chapter provides a checklist of the testing procedures for the patient monitor
with recommended test equipment and inspection schedule.
The testing procedures provided in this chapter are intended to verify that the patient monitor meets the
performance specifications. If the patient monitor or a module fails to perform as specified in any test, repairs or
replacement must be done to correct the problem. If the problem persists, contact Mindray Technical Support
Department.
CAUTION
All tests should be performed by qualified service personnel only.
Care should be taken when changing the settings in [User Maintenance>>] and [Factory Maintenance>>]
menus to avoid loss of data.
Service personnel should possess a working knowledge of the test equipment and make sure that test
tools and cables are applicable.
3.2 Preventative Maintenance
Preventative maintenance refers specifically to actions taken to prevent inaccurate results in the equipment. The
following sections provide a list of recommended preventative maintenance procedures and their recommended
frequencies.
3.2.1 Preventative Maintenance Frequency
Check/Maintenance Item
Frequency
Pressure check
1. If the user suspects that the measurement is
Leak test
incorrect.
Sidestream and
Leak test
2. Following any repairs or replacement of relevant
Microstream CO2 tests
Performance test
module.
and calibration
Calibration
3. Once a year.
Performance test
4. AG leak test should be performed before AG
Calibration
measurement.
NIBP test
AG tests
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3.2.2 CO2 Tests
3.2.2.1 CO2 Leak test
Follow this procedure to perform the test:
1.
Plug the module into the module rack.
2.
Wait until CO2 warmup is finished and then completely block the gas inlet of the module or watertrap (you may
use a pneumatic plug or your finger to manually occlude the port). The sidestream and microstream CO2
modules will behave as follows:
Sidestream: The alarm message [CO2 FilterLine Err] is displayed on the screen after 3 seconds. Block the gas
inlet for another 60 s. Select [Main Menu] → [Maintenance >>] → [User Maintenance >>] → enter the
required password → [Maintain CO2 >>] → [Calibrate CO2 >>], and verify the flow rate is less than
10ml/min. The module does not leak if current flow rate is less than 10ml/min and the alarm message does
not disappear.
Microstream: The alarm message [CO2 Purging] is displayed on the screen after a short time. Block the gas
inlet for another 30s. If alarm message [CO2 FilterLine Err] is shown, it indicates that the module does not
leak.
3.2.2.2 CO2 Accuracy Test
Tools required:
A gas cylinder with 5±0.03% CO2, 21.0% O2 and balance gas N2 (P/N 0075-00-0033-01), or a steel gas cylinder
with:
CO2 concentration 3% - 7%
a/c ≤ 0.01 (where a = absolute gas concentration accuracy, c = gas concentration)
balance gas N2
T-shape connector
Tubing
Follow this procedure to perform the test:
1.
Connect the CO2 module.
2.
Wait until the CO2 module warmup is finished. Check the airway for leak.
3.
Select [Main Menu] → [Maintenance >>] → [User Maintenance>>] → enter the required password →
[Module Maintenance>>] → [Maintain CO2 >>] → [Calibrate CO2>>].
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4.
Connect the test system as follows:
Open to the air
Tubing
Valve
Monitor
T-shape connector
Gas cylinder
5.
Open the valve to flow CO2 and make sure that there is flow sufficient to vent to atmosphere.
6.
Verify the realtime CO2 value is within 5.0±0.3% in the [Calibrate CO2] menu.
3.2.2.3 CO2 Calibration
Tools required:
A gas cylinder with 5±0.03% CO2, 21.0% O2 and balance gas N2 (P/N 0075-00-0033-01), or a gas cylinder with:
CO2 concentration 3% - 7%
a/c ≤ 0.01 (where a = absolute gas concentration accuracy, c = gas concentration)
balance gas N2
T-shape connector
Tubing
Follow this procedure to perform a calibration:
1.
Make sure that the sidestream or microstream CO2 module has been warmed up.
2.
Check the airway for leaks.
3.
Select [Main Menu] → [Maintenance >>] → [User Maintenance >>] → enter the required password →
[Module Maintenance>>] → [Maintain CO2 >>] → [Calibrate CO2 >>].
4.
In the [Calibrate CO2] menu, select [Zero].
5.
After the zero calibration is finished successfully, connect the equipment as follows:
Open to the air
Tubing
Valve
T-shape connector
Monitor
Gas cylinder
6.
Open the valve to flow CO2 and make sure that there is flow sufficient to vent to atmosphere.
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7.
In the [Calibrate CO2] menu, enter the CO2 concentration in the [CO2] field.
8.
In the [Calibrate CO2] menu, the measured CO2 concentration is displayed. After the measured CO2
concentration becomes stable, select [Calibrate CO2] to calibrate the CO2 module.
If the calibration is completed successfully, the message [Calibration Completed!] is displayed in the [Calibrate CO2]
menu. If the calibration failed, the message “Calibration Failed!” is displayed. If the initial calibration fails, perform a
second calibration. If that attempt fails, contact Mindray Technical Support for assistance.
3.2.3 AG Tests
3.2.3.1 Leak Test
Follow this procedure to perform the test:
1.
Plug the AG module into the module rack.
2.
Wait until the AG module warmup is finished and then completely block the gas inlet of the AG module (you may
use a pneumatic plug or your finger to manually occlude the port). An alarm message [AG Airway Occluded] will
appear on the screen.
3.
Block the gas inlet for another 30 s. Select [Main menu] → [Maintenance >>] → [User Maintenance >>] →
enter the required password → [Calibrate AG >>], and verify the current flow rate is less than 10 ml/min.
If the alarm message does not disappear, it indicates that the module does not leak.
If the flow rate is less than 10ml/min and the alarm message [AG Airway Occluded] does not disappear, it indicates
that the module does not leak. If the alarm message disappears, or the flow rate is greater than or equal to 10ml/min,
it indicates that the module leaks. If the problem remains, contact your service personnel for assistance.
3.2.3.2 Accuracy Test
Tools required:
A supply of medical grade 100% O2 and an anesthetic calibration gas (4% Desflurane, 6% CO2, 45% N2O, Bal O2,
P/N: 0075-00-0048-01 and flow regulator P/N: 0119-00-0235). Gas concentration should meet the following
requirements:
AA ≥ 1.5%, CO2 ≥ 1.5%, N2O ≥ 40%, O2 ≥ 40%, of which AA represents an anesthetic agent. a/c ≤ 0.01 (a is the gas
absolute concentration accuracy; c is the gas concentration)
T-shape connector
Tubing
Follow this procedure to perform the test:
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1.
Plug the AG module into the module rack.
2.
Wait at least 10 min and then perform a leak test to make sure the airway has no leak.
3.
Check if the fan inside the AG module works properly.
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Connect the test system as follows:
Open to the air
Tubing
Relief valve
Monitor
Gas cylinder
5.
Open the relief valve and vent a standard gas and make sure that there is an excess gas flow through the T-shape
connector to air.
6.
Verify the concentration of each composition meets the specification stated in the Operator's Manual.
WARNING
When performing AG accuracy test and AG calibration, be sure to dispose of exhaust gas properly.
3.2.3.3 Calibration
Tools required:
Gas cylinder, Mindray P/N 0075-00-0048-01 and flow regulator P/N0119-00-0235 with an anesthetic calibration
gas (4% Desflurane, 6% CO2, 45% N2O, Bal O2, P/N: 0075-00-0048-01 and flow regulator P/N: 0119-00-0235). Gas
concentration should meet the following requirements: AA ≥ 1.5%, CO2 ≥ 1.5%, N2O ≥ 40%, O2 ≥ 40%, of which
AA represents an anesthetic agent. a/c ≤ 0.01 (a is the gas absolute concentration accuracy; c is the gas
concentration).For 100% O2 calibration, a gas cylinder with 100% O2 is used and the O2 concentration is not less
than 99%.
T-shape connector
Tubing
Follow this procedure to perform a calibration:
1.
Select [Main Menu] → [Maintenance >>] → [User Maintenance >>] → enter the required password →
[Calibrate AG >>].
2.
Check the airway and make sure that there are no occlusions or leaks.
Vent the sampling tubing to the air and check if the [Current FlowRate] and [Set FlowRate] are
approximately the same. If the deviation is great, it indicates that there is an occlusion in the tubing. Check
the tubing for an occlusion.
Perform a leak test to make sure that the airway has no leak.
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Connect the test system as follows:
Open to the air
Tubing
Relief valve
Monitor
Gas cylinder
4.
Open the relief valve and vent an anesthetic calibration gas or gas mixture and make sure that there is an excess
gas flow through the T-shape connector to air.
5.
In the [Calibrate AG] menu, the concentration and flowrate of each measured gas are displayed.
If the difference between the measured gas concentration and the actual one is within tolerance, a
calibration is not needed.
If the difference is not within tolerance, a calibration should be performed. Select [Calibrate >>] to enter the
calibrate menu.
6.
Enter the vented gas concentration. If you use only one gas for calibration, set other gases’ concentration to 0.
7.
Select [Start] to start a calibration.
8.
If the calibration is finished successfully, the message [Calibration Completed!] is displayed. If the calibration
failed, the message [Calibration Failed!] is displayed. Perform another calibration.
CAUTION
Calibrate the O2 module, if it has been transported for long distance or if you suspect it does not work
properly.
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3.3 Performance Tests
Performance test are designed to ensure that measurement results are accurate. The following sections provide a list
of performance and accuracy tests and their recommended frequencies.
3.3.1 Performance Test Frequencies
Check/Maintenance Item
Frequency
Visual inspection
1. When first installed or reinstalled.
Performance test
1. If the user suspects that the measurement is incorrect.
2. Following any repairs or replacement of relevant module.
ECG test
Verification
3. At least once every two years. At least once a year is
recommended for NIBP, CO2 and AG.
Resp performance test
4. AG leak test should be performed before AG measurement.
SpO2 test
Pressure check
NIBP test
Leak test
Temp test
Performance test
IBP test
Pressure calibration
C.O. test
Leak test
CO2 tests and
calibration
Performance test
Calibration
Leak test
AG tests
Performance test
Calibration
BIS test
RM test
CCO/SvO2 test
Interconnecting function
Output calibration
ScvO2 test
Nurse call relay performance test
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Analog output performance test
BeneLink module check
work correctly.
1. When first installed.
2. Following any repair or replacement of the external device.
3.3.2 Visual Inspection
Inspect the equipment for obvious signs of damage. Follow these guidelines when inspecting the equipment:
Carefully inspect the case, display screen, buttons and knob for obvious signs of damage.
Inspect the SMR and parameter modules for obvious signs of damage.
Inspect the power cord, wall-mount bracket and module accessories for obvious signs of damage.
Inspect all external connections for loose connectors, bent pins or frayed cables.
Inspect all connectors on the equipment for loose connectors or bent pins.
Make sure that safety labels and data plates on the equipment are clearly legible.
After visual inspection, replace any damaged equipment parts or accessories.
3.3.3 ECG Tests
3.3.3.1 ECG Performance Test
Tool required:
Fluke Medsim 300B patient simulator or equivalent equipment
Follow this procedure to perform the test:
1.
Connect the patient simulator with the ECG module using an ECG cable.
2.
Set the patient simulator as follows: ECG sinus rhythm, HR=80 bpm with the amplitude as 1mV.
3.
Check the ECG waves are displayed correctly without noise and the displayed HR value is within 80 ± 1 bpm. If
the value is not within 80 +/-1 then contact Mindray Technical Support
4.
Disconnect each of the leads in turn and observe the corresponding lead off message displayed on the screen.
5.
Set the output of the simulator to deliver a paced signal and set [Paced] to [Yes] on the monitor. Check the pace
pulse marks on the monitor screen.
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3.3.3.2 ECG Verification
Tool required:
Vernier caliper
Follow this procedure to perform verification:
1.
Select the ECG parameter window or waveform area → [Filter]→ [Diagnostic].
2.
Select [Main Menu] → [Maintenance >>] → [User Maintenance >>] → enter the required password →
[Module Maintenance>>].
3.
Select [Calibrate ECG]. A square wave appears on the screen and the message [ECG Calibrating] is displayed.
4.
Compare the amplitude of the square wave with the wave scale. The difference should be within 5%. If the
difference is not within 5% contact Mindray Technical Support.
5.
After completing the verification, select [Stop Calibrating ECG].
3.3.4 Resp Performance Test
Tool required:
Fluke Medsim 300B patient simulator or equivalent equipment
Follow this procedure to perform the test:
1.
Connect the patient simulator to the module using a non ESU-proof cable and set lead II as the respiration lead.
2.
Configure the simulator as follows: lead II as the respiration lead, base impedance line as 1500 Ω; delta
impedance as 0.5 Ω, respiration rate as 40 rpm.
3.
Verify the Resp wave is displayed without any distortion and the displayed Resp value is within 40 ± 2 rpm.
3.3.5 SpO2 Test
Tool Required:
None.
Follow this procedure to perform the test:
1.
Connect SpO2 sensor to the SpO2 connector of the monitor. Set [Patient Cat.] to [Adu] and [PR Source] to SpO2
on the monitor.
2.
Apply the SpO2 sensor to the ring finger of a healthy person.
3.
Check the Pleth wave and PR reading on the screen and make sure that the displayed SpO2 is within 95% and
100%. If you are unable to get the SPO2 between 95% and 100%, contact Mindray Technical Support.
4.
Remove the SpO2 sensor from the finger and make sure that an alarm of SpO2 Sensor Off is triggered.
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NOTE
A functional tester cannot be used to assess the accuracy of a pulse oximeter monitor. However, it can be
used to demonstrate that a particular pulse oximeter monitor reproduces a calibration curve that has
been independently demonstrated to fulfill a particular accuracy specification.
3.3.6 NIBP Tests
3.3.6.1 NIBP Accuracy Test
Tools required:
T-shape connector
Appropriate tubing
Squeeze bulb
Rigid Vessel with volume 500 ± 25 ml
Reference manometer (calibrated with accuracy equal to or better than 0.75 mmHg)
Follow this procedure to perform the test:
1.
Connect the equipment as shown below.
Monitor
Manometer
Connector for NIBP cuff
Tubing
Squeeze bulb
2.
Rigid vessel
Before inflation, the reading on the manometer should be zero. If not, disconnect the squeeze bulb to release any
pressure. Reconnect the squeeze bulb and verify that the pressure reading is zero.
3.
Select [Main Menu] → [Maintenance >>] → [User Maintenance >>] → enter the required password →
[Module Maintenance>>] → [NIBP Accuracy Test].
4.
Check the manometer values and the monitor values. Both should be 0 mmHg.
5.
Raise the pressure in the rigid vessel to 50 mmHg with the squeeze bulb. Then, wait for 10 seconds until the
measured values become stable.
6.
Compare the manometer values with the monitor values. The difference should be within ±3 mmHg.
7.
Raise the pressure in the rigid vessel to 200 mmHg with the squeeze bulb. Then, wait for 10 seconds until the
measured values become stable and repeat step 6.
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NOTE
You can use an NIBP simulator to replace the squeeze bulb and the reference manometer to perform the
test.
You can use an appropriate cylinder and a cuff instead of the rigid vessel.
3.3.6.2 NIBP Leakage Test
NOTE
You should perform the NIBP leakage test before any other NIBP test.
Tools required:
NIBP cuff for adult patient
Appropriate tubing
Rigid cylinder
Follow this procedure to perform the test:
1.
Set [Patient Cat.] to [Adu].
2.
Connect the NIBP cuff to the NIBP connector on the monitor.
3.
Wrap the cuff around the cylinder as shown below.
Rigid cylinder
Monitor
Connector for NIBP cuff
4.
NIBP hose
Cuff
Select [Main Menu] → [Maintenance >>] → [User Maintenance >>] → enter the required password →
[Module Maintenance>>] → [NIBP Leakage Test]. The message [Leakage Testing…] is displayed in the NIBP
parameter area.
5.
The cuff automatically deflates after 20s, which means NIBP leakage test is completed.
If no message is displayed in the NIBP parameter area, it indicates that the system does not leak. If the message
[NIBP Pneumatic Leak] is displayed, it indicates that the system may have a leak. In this case, check to make sure
the NIBP cuff, hose and connectors are not leaking and perform the test again.
You can also perform a manual leak test:
1.
Perform procedures steps 1 to 4 in the NIBP Accuracy Test.
2.
Raise the pressure in the rigid vessel to 250 mmHg with the squeeze bulb. Then, wait for 5 seconds to let the
measured values becoming stable.
3.
Record the current pressure value, and then, record the pressure value after 60s.
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4.
Compare the two pressure values and make sure the difference is not greater than 6 mmHg.
3.3.7 Temp Test
Tool required:
Resistance box (with accuracy above 0.1Ω) or equivalent in Patient Simulator
Follow this procedure to perform the test:
1.
Connect the two pins of any Temp connector of a module to the two ends of the resistance box using 2 wires.
2.
Set the resistance box to 1354.9Ω (corresponding temperature is 37ºC).
3.
Verify that the displayed value is within 37 ± 0.1ºC. If the temperature is not within 37 ± 0.1ºC, contact Mindray
Technical Support.
4.
Repeat steps 1 to 3 and verify another temperature channel.
3.3.8 IBP Tests
3.3.8.1 IBP Performance Test
Tools required:
Medsim300B patient simulator, or MPS450, or equivalent equipment
IBP adapter cable for test (P/N 009-002199-00 for Medsim 300B, P/N 009-002198-00, for MPS450)
Follow this procedure to perform the test:
1.
Connect the patient simulator to the monitor’s IBP connector.
2.
Verify the patient simulator output to the IBP channel is zero.
3.
Select IBP Zero in the IBP setup menu to make a zero calibration.
4.
Configure the patient simulator as P (static) = 200 mmHg.
5.
The displayed value should be within 200 ± 4 mmHg. If the error is beyond ±4 mmHg, return the IBP module to
the factory for repair.
6.
Set the patient simulator output to 120/80 mmHg ART signal and 120/0 mmHg LV signal to the IBP channel and
check that the IBP wave is displayed correctly.
7.
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3.3.8.2 IBP Pressure Calibration
Method 1:
Tools required:
Medsim300B Patient simulator, MPS450, or other equivalent device
Dedicated IBP adapter cable (300B, P/N 00-002199-00) (use P/N 00-002198-00, if the simulator is MPS450)
Follow this procedure to perform the test:
1.
Connect the patient simulator to the pressure connector on the module.
2.
Set the patient simulator to 0 pressure for the desired IBP channel.
3.
Press the Zero Key on the module to perform a zero calibration.
4.
Configure the patient simulator as P (static) = 200 mmHg.
5.
Select [Main Menu] → [Maintenance >>] → [User Maintenance >>] → [Cal. IBP Press. >>]. In the [Cal. IBP
Press.] menu, set the calibration value to 200 mmHg.
6.
Select the [Calibrate] button next to the desired IBP channel to start a calibration.
7.
If the calibration is completed successfully, the message [Calibration Completed!] will be displayed. Otherwise,
a corresponding message will be displayed.
Method 2:
Tools required:
Standard sphygmomanometer
Squeeze bulb
Tubing
T-shape connector
To perform a calibration:
1.
Connect the 3-way stopcock, the sphygmomanometer and the squeeze bulb through a T-shape connector, as
shown below.
2.
Zero the transducer. Then open the stopcock to the sphygmomanometer.
3. Press the Main menu button on the equipment’s front panel. Select [Maintenance>>] → [User Maintenance >>]
→ enter the required password → [Cal. IBP Press. >>]. Then configure IBP calibration value.
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4.
Inflate using the squeeze bulb until the reading of sphygmomanometer approximates the preset calibration
value.
Pressure transducer
3-way stopcock
T-shape connector
Pressure adapter cable
IBP Module
Sphygmomanometer
5.
Adjust the calibration value in the [Cal. IBP Press.] menu until it is equal to the reading on the
sphygmomanometer.
6.
Select the [Calibrate] button to start a calibration
7.
The message [Calibration Completed!] is displayed after a successful calibration. If the calibration failed, the
prompt [Calibration Failed!] will be displayed.
3.3.9 C.O. Test
Tools required:
Medsim300B Patient simulator
C.O. adapter box
Follow this procedure to perform the test:
1.
Connect the patient simulator to the C.O. module using a C.O. main cable.
2.
Set the blood temperature (BT) to 37ºC on the patient simulator and check the temperature value is 37 ± 0.1ºC.
3.
Set [Auto IT] to [Off] and adjust [IT] to 24ºC. Select [C.O. Measure] to enter the C.O. measurement window and
set [Comp. Const.] to 0.595.
4.
Set the injectate temperature to 24ºC and the C.O. to 5L/min on the C.O. simulator. Select [Start] in the C.O.
measurement window to start C.O. measurements and after 3-10 seconds press the run key on the simulator.
5.
Check the C.O. value is 5±0.25L/min.
3.3.10 CO2 Tests
See section 3.2.2 CO2 Tests.
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3.3.11 AG Tests
See section 3.2.3 AG Tests.
3.3.12 BIS Test
Tools required:
None.
1.
Connect the BIS sensor to a healthy, wide-awake adult as directed in the Operator’s Manual.
2.
Check the EEG wave and BIS numerics displayed on the screen and make sure the BIS value is within 80-100.
3.3.13 RM Test
Tool required:
Gas source
Ventilator (calibrated)
Artificial lung
Pediatric/neonate flow sensor
Monitor
Artificial lung
Ventilator
Flow sensor
Follow this procedure to perform the test:
1.
Connect the equipment as shown above. Make sure that the blue sensing tube on the flow sensor is connected
with the artificial lung.
2.
Set [Patient Cat.] to [Adu]. In the [RM Setup] menu, select [Sensor Type] according to the used sensor and set
[Ventilation Mode] to [Mechanical].
3.
Enter the [RM Setup] menu and select [Calibrate >>]. Input the constant marked on the sensor and calibrate the
flow sensor.
4.
Configure the ventilator as follows: Vt=500 ml, RR =20 rpm, I:E=1:2.
5.
Select [Respiratory Loop] in the [RM Setup] menu. Verify that the displayed TV is within 500±50ml and RR is
within 20±1rpm.
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3.3.14 CCO/SvO2 Tests
3.3.14.1 Interconnecting Function
Tools required:
None.
1.
Connect and set the patient monitor and Vigilance monitor per the procedures in the Operators’ Manual.
2.
Set the Vigilance monitor to Demo mode.
3.
Verify the CCO/SvO2 numerics displayed on the patient monitor and Vigilance monitor are consistent.
3.3.14.2 Output Performance
Tools required:
Oscilloscope
1.
Connect the signal output end of the connecting cables of the CCO/SvO2 module to the oscilloscope.
2.
Perform an ECG calibration on the monitor. Verify the ECG waves displayed on the oscilloscope are consistent
with the ECG calibration waves displayed on the monitor screen.
3.
Select [CCO Setup] → [Signal Output Setup >>] and then select [Simulated High Value] from the pop-up
menu. Verify the amplitude of the electrical level at the signal output port of MAP, CVP and SpO2 are 5±0.25V,
5±0.25V and 10±0.5V respectively.
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3.3.15 ScvO2 Tests
Tools required:
None.
1.
Connect the ScvO2 sensor to the patient monitor. Verify the front end of the ScvO2 sensor illuminates normally.
2.
Pinch the front end of the ScvO2 sensor with two fingers.
3.
Verify the patient monitor displays the ScvO2 measurement normally.
3.3.16 Nurse Call Relay Performance Test
Tools required:
Multimeter
1.
Connect the nurse call cable to the Nurse Call Connector of the patient monitor.
2.
Enter Demo mode. Then, select [Main Menu] → [Maintenance >>] → [User Maintenance >>] → enter the
required password → [Others >>] → [Auxiliary Output] → [Nurse Call].
3.
In the [Others >>] menu, select [Nurse Call Setup >>] and then select all options of [Alm Lev] and [Alarm Cat.]
and set [Contact Type] to [Normally Open]
4.
In [Nurse Call Setup >>] setup menu, set [Signal Type] to [Pulse]. Cause the monitor to generate an alarm and
verify the output are pulses of 1s width and the relay contacts are closed (can be measured with a multimeter)
when there is an alarm.
5.
In [Nurse Call Setup >>] setup menu, set [Signal Type] to [Continuous]. Cause the monitor to generate an
alarm and verify the output is continuous high level and the relay contacts are closed (can be measured with a
multimeter) when there is an alarm.
3.3.17 Analog Output Performance Test
Tools required:
Patient simulator
Oscilloscope
1.
Connect the patient simulator to the monitor using an ECG or IBP cable and connect the oscilloscope to the
Auxiliary Output Connector of the patient monitor.
2.
Select [Main Menu] → [Analog Output Setup]. Switch Analog Output [On].
3.
Verify that the waves displayed on the oscilloscope are identical with those displayed on the monitor.
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3.3.18 BeneLink Module Check
3.3.18.1 Device Connection and Setup
Tools required:
External device (anesthesia machine, ventilator)
ID adapter that maches the external device
RJ45 connecting cable
Serial port adapter cable that maches the external device
Please refer to the following procedure to connect an external device:
RJ45 Connecting
BeneLink Module
ID Adapter
Cable
Label
External Device
Serial Port Adapter
Cable (Optional)
1.
Insert the BeneLink module into the module slot on the patient monitor.
2.
Connect the ID adapter that matches the external device to the BeneLink module with a RJ45 connecting cable.
3.
Plug the ID adapter into the RS232 port on the external device. Some external devices may have ports
incompatible with the ID adapter. In this case, a serial port adapter cable is required. Please be sure that you have
selected the proper cable before connection. For the detailed information of the serial port adapter cable, see
below table of this section.
4.
Attach a label indicating device name to the RJ45 connecting cable at the end closer to the BeneLink module.
When the BeneLink module is connected to several external devices, you can tell the devices apart easily with
these labels.
5.
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NOTE
Devices in the same category can not be connected to the BeneLink module simultaneously.
Use the serial port adapter cable only with its matching extermal device. Please see the following table to
select the correct adapter cable.
Use the ID adapter only with the matching external device. Please see the following table for correct ID
setup in [Factory Maintenance] menu.
External Device
ID for ID adapter
Type of Serial Port Adapter Cable
No need to use the adapter cable: the ID
Mindray A3/A5
4D52B2AE
adapter can be plugged into the serial port
of the external device directly.
Newport E360
4E50B1B0
Type B
SNDF:5042AFBE(recommended)
No need to use the adapter cable: the ID
SNDA:5031AFCF(supports fewer
adapter can be plugged into the serial port
parameters than protocol SNDF)
of the external device directly.
Maquet Flow-i
4D46B2BA
Type B
Maquet Servo-i/Servo-s
4D53B2AD
Type B
4434BBCC
Type B
Hamilton G5 (protocol Polling)
3550CAB0
Type B
Hamilton C2 (protocol Polling)
3270CD90
Type B
4750B8B0
Type B
Hamilton G5 (protocol Block)
3542CABE
Type B
Ohmeda Avance/Aisys
4F41B0BF
Type D
Ohmeda Aestiva 7100/7900
4F37B0C9
Type D
Puritan Bennett 840
Draeger Evita 2 / Evita 2 dura /
Evita 4/ Evita XL
Hamilton Galileo (protocol
Polling)
GS: no need to use the adapter cable: the
ID adapter can be plugged into the serial
Drager Fabius GS/Plus/Trio
4446BBBA
port of the external device directly.
Plus: type C
Trio: type C
Drager Primus
4450BBB0
Type C
TCM CombiM/TCM TOSCA
5443ABBD
Type C
TOF-Watch SX
5457ABA9
Type C
Expand Model
/
Type A
Serial port adapting cable
PN
Remark
Type A
009-001767-00
Male to female
Type B
009-001768-00
Male to male
Type C
009-001769-00
Male to male
Type D
009-002943-00
9-pin to 15-pin
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3.3.18.2 Device Integration Function Test
Preparation
Prepare the tools and/or equipment necessary for function testing according to the type of external device you install.
Please see the Instructions for Use of the corresponding external device for guidance. For the function testing of
ventilator and anesthesia machine, the following tools are required:
Passport 17m patient monitor with BeneLink module properly installed
External device under test (anesthesia machine or ventilator) under test
Gas source(tube or gas cylinder), including medical air or oxygen . Other anethetic gases such as N2O are
optional.
Test lung and a matching Y-tubing, or other accessories
Procedure and Items to Be Checked
Follow the steps below:
1.
Connect the BeneLink module to the ventilatior or the anesthesia machine. See Device Connection and Setup for
more details.
2.
Connect the gas supply and test lungs to the ventilator or anesthesia machine, turn on the device, and configure
as follows:
3.
Set up the serial port of the external device by refering to Serial Port Configuraion List.
Set up the pressure control mode and verify the ventilator or anesthesia machine works properly.
Make sure the ID adapter is properly configured and the green indicator of corresponding port on the BeneLink
module illuminates constantly.
4.
Access the [Devices Integrated] screen on the patient monitor. Verify the device type (ventilator or anesthesia
machine) and ventilation mode are properly displayed.
5.
Select parameters PEEP, Pmean, VTe, MV, I:E, and f (RR) and verify the parameter values displayed on the patient
monitor are consistent with those displayed on the ventilator or anesthesia machine.
6.
Re-configure the above parameters on the ventilatior or the anesthesia machine and verify the parameter values
displayed on the patient monitor change accordingly.
7.
Trigger alarms [MV Too Low], [Airway Pressure Too High], [PAW Too High], [Peak Too High], and [No Gas
Supply] (no Air or O2) on the ventilatior or the anesthesia machine. Verify these alarm messages are properly
recorded in the alarm list of the patient monitor.
8.
Switch the ventilator or anesthesia machine to volume control ventilation mode. Verify the ventilation mode
displayed on the patient monitor changes accordingly, and that the parameter values for PEEP, Pmean, VTe, MV,
I:E, and f (RR) are displayed properly.
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Serial Port Configuration List
External Device
Setup
Remark
If you need to view the parameters of CO2、AG、BIS module
Mindray Wato
20/30/55/65
Not required.
in the anesthesia machine, select [Factory Maintenance>>]
→ [Function Configuration>>] → [Select Module] in
standby mode and tick the corresponding module.
The following information is for further reference:
Maquet Servo-i
Maquet Servo-s
Baud Rate: 9600 bps
Not required.
Word Length: 8 bits
Parity: even
Stop Bits: 1
Channel A: Not required;
Channel B:
Draeger Evita 2
Protocol: Medibus
Baud rate: 19200
/
Parity: even
Stop Bits: 1
Protocol: Medibus
Draeger Evita 2 dura/
Evita 4/ Evita XL
Baud Rate: 19200
Parity: even
/
Stop Bits: 1
Interval: ---( Evita 2 dura)
The following information is for further reference:
Baud Rate: 38400 bps
Newport E360
Protocol: Newport
Word Length: 8 bits
Parity: NONE
Stop Bits: 1
Baud Rate: 38400
Puritan Bennett 840
Word Length: 8 bits
/
Parity: NONE
The following information is for further reference:
Hamilton G5(protocol
Polling)
Baud Rate: 9600 bps
Protocol: Polling.
Word Length: 7 bits
Parity: even
Stop Bits: 2
The following information is for further reference:
Hamilton C2(protocol
Polling)
Baud Rate: 9600 bps
Protocol: Polling.
Word Length: 7 bits
Parity: even
Stop Bits: 2
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External Device
Setup
Remark
The following information is for further reference:
Hamilton Galileo
(protocol Polling)
Baud Rate: 9600 bps
Not required.
Word Length: 7 bits
Parity: even
Stop Bits: 2
The following information is for further reference:
Hamilton G5(protocol
Block)
Baud Rate: 38400 bps
Protocol: Block.
Word Length: 8 bits
Parity: none
Stop Bits: 1
The following information is for further reference:
Baud Rate: 19200 bps
Ohmeda Avance/Aisys
Not required.
Word Length: 7 bits
Parity: odd
Stop Bits: 1
The following information is for further reference:
Ohmeda Aestiva 7100
/7900
Baud Rate: 19200 bps
Not required.
Word Length: 7 bits
Parity: odd
Stop Bits: 1
Protocol: Medibus
Drager Fabius
GS/Plus/Tiro
Baud Rate: 9600
Word Length: 7 bits
/
Parity: even
Stop Bits: 1
Protocol: Medibus
Baud Rate::9600
Drager Primus
Word Length: 8 bits
/
Parity: even
Stop Bits: 1
The following information is for further reference:
TCM CombiM/TCM
TOSCA
Baud Rate: 9600 bps
Protocol: Monlink.
Word Length: 8 bits
Parity: even
Stop Bits: 1
The following information is for further reference:
Baud Rate: 19200 bps
TOF-Watch SX
Not required.
Word Length: 8 bits
Parity: none
Stop Bits: 1
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3.4 Electrical Safety and Other Tests
3.4.1 Electrical Safety and Other Test Frequencies
Check/Maintenance Item
Frequency
Electrical safety tests
Refer to Appendix A Electrical Safety Inspection.
1. When first installed or reinstalled.
Power on test
2. Following any maintenance or the replacement of any main unit
parts.
1. When the touchscreen accuracy diminishes.
Touchscreen calibration
2. After the touchscreen is replaced.
Recorder check
Following any repair or replacement of the recorder.
1. When first installed.
Network print test
Battery check
2. Whenever the printer is serviced or replaced.
Function test
1. When first installed.
2. Whenever a battery is replaced.
Performance test
iView System Maintenance
Once a year or if the battery run time is significantly reduced.
1. When first installed.
2. Whenever the iView board is replaced.
3. When the system software is updated.
3.4.2 Electrical Safety Test
See Appendix A Electrical Safety Inspection for electrical safety tests.
3.4.3 Power On Test
This test is to verify that the patient monitor can power up correctly. The test is passed if the patient monitor starts up
by following this procedure:
1.
Insert two batteries in the battery chamber and connect the patient monitor to the AC mains, the AC mains LED
and battery LED light.
2.
Press the power on/off switch to switch on the patient monitor. The operating status LED lights up, and the
technical and physiological alarm lamps light blue and red respectively.
3.
After the start-up screens are displayed, the system sounds a beep indicating the self test on alarm sounds is
passed. At the same time, the alarm lamp turns from yellow to red, and then turns off together with the technical
alarm lamp. This indicates that the self test on alarm lamps is passed.
4.
The patient monitor enters the main screen and start-up is finished.
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3.4.4 Touchscreen Calibration
Tools required:
None.
1.
Select [Main Menu] → [Maintenance >>] → [Cal. Touchscreen]. The
symbol will appear at different
positions on the screen.
2.
Touch, in turn, the central point of the
Calibration Completed!] is displayed.
3.
Select [Ok] to confirm.
symbol. After the calibration is completed, the message [Screen
3.4.5 Recorder Check
Tools required:
None.
1.
Print ECG waveforms. The recorder should print correctly and the printout should be clear.
2.
Remove the paper roll to generate an out of paper error. The patient monitor should display the proper message
for the condition created. After the problem is removed, the recorder should work properly.
3.
Switch on automatic alarm recording for each parameter and then set each parameter’s limit outside set alarm
limits. Corresponding alarm recordings should be triggered when parameter alarms occur.
3.4.6 Network Print Test
Note
Use the recommended printers specified in the operator’s manual (PN: 046-005013-00).
Tools required:
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3.4.6.1 Equipment Connection and Setup
1.
Connect the patient monitor and network printer to a HUB using common network cables as follows:
Passport 17M
Network printer
monitor
Cable
Cable
HUB
2
Set IP address as follows: Select [Main Menu] → [Maintenance >>] → [User Maintenance >>] → enter the
required password → [Network Setup >>] → [Monitor Network Setup >>], set the IP address of the patient
monitor in the same network segment with that of the network printer. (See the instructions for use
accompanying the printer)
3
Search for printer by selecting [Main Menu] → [Print Setup >>] → [Printer Setup >>] → [Search Printer]. After
a while, the printer’s model and IP address will appear in the box beside [Printer].
3.4.6.2 Print Function Test
1
Enter the Demo mode of the patient monitor.
2
Select [Main Menu] → [Print Setup >>] → [Realtime Reports >>] → [Normal Report] and then select [Print].
The network printer should print out the report correctly.
3.4.7 Battery Check
Tools required:
None.
3.4.7.1 Function Test
1.
Remove any batteries that are installed in the patient monitor.
2.
Verify that the patient monitor works properly when running on AC power.
3.
Insert two fully charged batteries per the procedures provided in the Operators’ Manual.
4.
Remove the AC power cord and verify that the patient monitor still works properly.
3.4.7.2 Performance Test
Perform the test procedure in the Battery chapter in the Operators’ Manual and verify the operating time of the
battery meets the product specification.
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3.4.8 iView System Maintenance
3.4.8.1 Making USB Startup Disk
Tools required:
MakeUSB (PN: 110-002149-00)
USB drive with capacity greater than 4GB
1.
Insert the USB drive into the PC.
2.
Run “prepareUSB.hta” file in the MakeUSB folder.
3.
Select [Prepare Windows PE USB Flash Drive] in the drop-down list, and select [Next>].
4.
Select the drive label of the USB drive in the drop-down list, and put a check mark in the box labeled [Format
USB-drive?
?]. [Select Ghost Image file to use] is unselected by default. Then select [Next>].
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5.
The system selects [Full mode] and [Manual mode] by default. Select [Prepare USB>] to start making the
startup disk.
6.
Select [Close] to finish.
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3.4.8.2 Restoring the System
Connecting the External USB Cable
Connect the iView maintenance USB disk which stores the system image files and keyboard. You must use the special
iView USB connector to restore the system.
Setting BIOS Screen
1.
Start up the patient monitor and press [F2] key repeatedly.
2.
Select [Main Menu] → [Maintenance>>] → [User Maintenance>>] → enter the required password →
[iView Maintenance>>] → [iView Setup], and when the system switches to BIOS setup screen, release the [F2]
key.
3.
Move the cursor to [Boot] by pressing [←] or [→] keys on the keyboard. Then press [Enter] on the keyboard.
4.
Move the cursor to [1st Boot], and press [Enter] on the keyboard.
5.
Select [USB] and press [Enter] on the keyboard.
6.
Move the cursor to [Save&Exit], and press [Enter] on the keyboard. Move the cursor to [Yes] and press [Enter]
on the keyboard to save the setup.
Restoring the system
To recover the iView system, follow these steps:
1.
Start iView system, and press [F2] to enter BIOS. Select [Maintenance>>] → [User Maintenance >>] → enter the
required password → [iView Maintenance>>] → [iView Setup], and enter the following screen.
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2.
Select [Boot] in the menu bar, and then select option of [1st Boot] in the submenu. Press enter key, and select
[USB] in the popup window.
3.
Select [Save&Exit] in the menu bar. Then select the option of [Save Changes and Exit] in the submenu and
press [Enter] key. After that, select [Yes] to exit.
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4.
Insert the USB disk for iView maintenance (P/N: 115-017183-00) into the special USB connector for iView system
on the rear housing of the Passport 17m. The following screen will be displayed. Click the arrow, and the
drop-down list will appear. Select [Ghost image to disk] from the list. Click [Next].
5.
Click [File] as shown in the below figure, and then choose the path to the image file you wish to load.. Click [OK].
Then select [Next].
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6.
Select [Run>] to start the image recovery process.
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7.
Click [OK], and then click [Reboot]. When the monitoring screen of Passport 17m appears, remove the iView
maitanence USB disk. The system will restart in the Windows 7 mode. A prompt to actiavate WIN7 will appear.
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8.
9.
Start the activation of Windows 7 system and enter the following screen.
Input the key number.
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3.4.8.3 Setting Automatic Login
iView system is set to be automatically logged in by default. However, if the registry is modified, which requires a
manual login, you can restore to the automatic login by doing the following:
1.
Select [Run] in the [Start] menu of the Windows system.
2.
Type in ‘regedit’, and then click [OK]. The [Registry Editor] window will pop up.
3.
In the [Registry Editor] window, determine what the following three value entries are under
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon. Check and change (if
necessary) the value according to what is shown below (the value is case sensitive).
"AutoAdminLogon" = "1"
"DefaultUserName" =“CIS"
"DefaultPassword" =“MINDRAY"
If some value entry does not exist for any of the three items listed, you have to create one: right click the mouse, select
[New] → [String Value], and enter the string as the name of the new value entry along with the correct value.
3.5 Factory Maintenance
3.5.1 Accessing Factory Maintenance Menu
To access the factory maintenance menu, select [Main Menu] → [Maintenance >>] → [Factory Maintenance] and
then enter the required password.
The [Factory Maintenance] menu is shown below.
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3.5.2 Drawing Waves
In the [Factory Maintenance>>] menu, select [Draw Wave] to define the method to draw waves. There are two
methods to draw waves:
Color: selecting Color will have smoother waveforms.
Mono: selecting Mono will have a wider viewing angle.
3.5.3 Enabling/Disabling the Recorder
To enable/disable the recorder, select [Recorder] and toggle between [On] and [Off].
CAUTION
The recorder is disabled if [Recorder] is switched off in the [Factory Maintenance>>] menu.
3.5.4 Checking Software Version
In the [Factory Maintenance] menu, select [Software Version] to show software version information. The [Software
Version] menu is as follows:
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3.5.5 Checking Monitor Information
In the [Factory Maintenance] menu, select [Monitor Information] to show the status of the patient monitor.
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4 Troubleshooting
4.1 Introduction
In this chapter, patient monitor problems are listed along with possible causes and recommended corrective actions.
Refer to the tables to check the patient monitor, identify and eliminate these problems.
For more information on troubleshooting, contact our Mindray Technical Support Department.
4.2 Part Replacement
Printed circuit boards (PCBs), major parts and components in patient monitors are replaceable. Once you isolate a PCB
you suspect defective, follow the instructions in Repair and Disassembly to replace the PCB with a known good one.
Verify proper operation and that the patient monitor passes all performance tests.
To obtain information on replacement parts, refer to Parts.
4.3 Patient Monitor Status Check
Some troubleshooting tasks may require you to identify the hardware version and status of your patient monitor.
1.
To view the information on system start time, self check, etc., select [Main Menu] → [Maintenance >>] →
[Monitor Information >>].
2. You can also view the information on the monitor’s current status by selecting [Main Menu] →[Maintenance>>]
→ [Factory Maintenance>>] → enter the required password → [Monitor Information >>].
4.4 Software Version Check
Some troubleshooting tasks may require you to identify the configuration and software version of your patient
monitor.
1.
To view information on the system configuration and system software version, Select [Main Menu] →
[Maintenance>>] → [Software Version>>].
2.
You can also view the information on system software version and module software version by selecting [Main
Menu] → [Maintenance>>] → [Factory Maintenance>>] → enter the required password →[Software
Version>>].
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4.5 Technical Alarm Check
Before troubleshooting the patient monitor, check for technical alarm message. If an alarm message is presented,
eliminate the technical alarm first. For detailed information on technical alarm messages, possible causes and
corrective actions, refer to the 17m’s Operation Manual.
4.6 Troubleshooting Guide
4.6.1 Power On/Off Failures
Symptoms
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
The patient monitor
AC mains not connected or
Verify the AC mains is properly connected or battery capacity
fails to start. AC LED or
battery too low
is sufficient.
battery LED does not
Power supply protection
Refer to 4.6.9 Power Supply Failures .
Cables defective or poorly
1.
light
connected
Verify the cables from power switch & LED board to
button board, button board to main board, and power
module to main board are correctly connected.
2.
Power switch & LED board
Verify the cables and connectors are not damaged.
Replace the power switch & LED board.
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Power module defective
Replace the power module.
Mother board Defective
Replace the mother board.
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Symptoms
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Integrated display is
Cables defective or poorly
1.
blank.
connected.
Verify the cable from the display to the mother board
and the cables from the backlight board respectively to
the button board and the display are correctly
connected.
2.
Verify the cables and connectors are not damaged.
Backlight board defective
Replace the backlight board.
Power module defective
Replace the power module.
Display defective
Replace the display.
Secondary display does
Cables defective or poorly
1.
not function.
connected.
Verify the cable between the secondary display and the
patient monitor is correctly connected.
2.
Verify the cables and connectors are not damaged.
DVI interface board defective
Replace the DVI interface board.
Secondary display
Cables defective or poorly
1.
shows snow or flashing
connected.
specks
Verify the cable between the display and the patient
monitor is correctly connected.
2.
Verify the cables and connectors are not damaged.
DVI interface board defective
Replace the DVI interface board.
The mother board is defective.
Replace the mother board.
Images overlapped or
FPGA error.
Update or upgrade FPGA.
distorted
Cables defective or poorly
1.
connected.
correctly connected.
2.
Touchscreen does not
Verify the cable between the display and mother board is
Verify the cables and connectors are not damaged.
Touchscreen disabled
Check if there is a symbol
respond
shown above the [Main
Menu] QuickKey. If yes, press the [Main Menu] QuickKey for
more than 3s to enable the touchscreen.
Cables defective or poorly
1.
connected.
Verify the cables from the touchscreen to the
touchscreen control board, the touchscreen control
board to the button board, and the button board to the
mother board are correctly connected.
2.
Touchscreen control board
Verify the cables and connectors are properly connected.
Replace the touchscreen control board.
defective
Button board defective.
Replace the button board.
Touchscreen defective.
Replace the touchscreen.
Mother board defective
Replace the mother board.
Touch screen accuracy
Touchscreen needs to be
Calibrate the touchscreen.
is off
calibrated
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4.6.3 Module Rack Failures
Symptoms
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
SMR cannot identify
Extension Cable defective or
1.
parameter modules
improperly connected
SMR
Verify the powered USB cable between SMR and main
unit is connected to the SMR connector on the monitor.
2.
Verify the connecting cables and connectors are not
damaged.
3.
Defective parameter module
Check that contact screws on SMR are tight.
Replace the malfunctioning parameter module with a known
good module. If the patient monitor identifies the
replacement module, the original module is faulty.
Wrong communication board
Upgrade the module and/or the SMR software to a
software revision
compatible level.
Module is not recognized in all
Replace the Nios II module.
slots, only certain slots.
Replace the 8-slot module rack communication board.
Power supply failure
1.
Verify there is 12VDC potential as measured across two
contact points for a module slot. If yes and the parameter
module functions properly then the PCB assembly in
SRM might be faulty.
2.
If there is no 12 VDC power sent to the SMR, check
whether the power voltage output to the USB_Hub
board by the power module reaches 12VDC. If yes, the
fuse of the USB interface board might be open. Replace
the USB_Hub board.
Cable defective or improperly
1.
connected
Verify the cable between the SMR interface board and
the communication board is properly connected.
2.
Verify the connecting cables and connectors are not
damaged.
Nios II module loose or not
1.
Verify the Nios II module is correctly connected
working
2.
If the symptom persists, replace the Nios II module.
SMR interface board failure
Replace the SMR interface board.
SMR communication board
Replace the SMR communication board.
failure
USB_Hub board failure
Replace the USB_Hub board.
Mother board failure
Replace the mother board.
Module failure
Replace parameter module. If a new module is identified, the
Integral module rack
Integral module rack
cannot identify
parameter modules
original one is defective.
Cable defective or improperly
1.
connected
Verify the cables from the 3-slot module rack
communication board to the MPM module rack
communication board, and the module rack to the
mother board are properly connected.
2.
Verify the connecting cables and connectors are not
damaged.
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Wrong communication board
Upgrade the module or the integral module rack software to
software revision
a compatible version.
Module is not recognized in all
Replace the corresponding module rack communication
slots, only certain slots.
board.
Power supply to integral
1.
module rack is not correct
Verify there is 12VDC potential as measured across two
contact points for a module slot. If yes and the parameter
module functions, PCB assembly in the SMR might be
faulty.
2.
If there is no 12VDC sent to the integrated module rack,
verify the power module output voltage to the mother
board reaches 12VDC. If yes, the mother board might be
faulty.
3-slot or MPM module rack
Replace the 3-slot or MPM module rack communication
communication board failure
board.
Nios II module failure
Replace the Nios II module.
Mother board failure
Replace the mother board.
4.6.4 Alarm Problems
Symptoms
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
No visual alarm
Cable defective or improperly
1.
indicator when the
connected
Verify the cables from the alarm LED board to the button
board and button board to the mother board are
audible alarm is
properly connected.
sounding.
2.
Verify the connecting cables and connectors are not
damaged.
Alarm LED board failure
Replace the alarm LED board.
Button board failure
Replace the button board.
Mother board failure
Replace the mother board.
No audible alarm
Select [Main Menu] → [Maintenance >>] → [User
sounds emitted when
Maintenance >>] → enter the required password →
visual alarm is
activated.
Audible alarm disabled
[Alarm Setup >>], and then in the popup menu, set
[Minimum Alarm VolumeAlm Sound] to appropriate
setting.[On] In the [Others] window of the [Alarm Setup]
menu, set [Alm Volume] to appropriate setting.
1.
Verify the cable between speaker and mother board is
2.
Verify the connecting cables and connectors are not
Cable defective or poorly
connected
properly connected.
damaged.
FPGA audio logic error
Upgrade the audio logic part of the FPGA program.
Speaker failure
Replace the speaker.
Mother board failure
Replace the mother board.
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4.6.5 Button and Knob Failures
Symptoms
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Buttons do not work
Cable defective or poorly
1.
connected
Verify the cable between the button board and
mother board is properly connected.
2.
Verify the connecting cables and connectors are not
damaged.
Button board failure
Replace the button board.
Rotary encoder does not
Cable defective or improperly
1.
work
connected
Verify the cables from the knob to the button board,
and the button board to the mother board are
properly connected
2.
Verify the connecting cables and connectors are
undamaged.
Encoder failure
Replace the encoder.
Button board failure
Replace the button board
4.6.6 Recorder Failures
Symptoms
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
No printout
Recorder module disabled
1.
Verify the recorder status LED is lit
2.
If yes, enable the module in the [Factory
Maintenance] menu. If it is not lit, check for other
possible causes.
Paper is installed upside down
Remove and reinstall the paper roll properly
Cable defective or improperly
1.
connected
Verify the cable between the recorder and the
mother board is properly connected.
2.
Check that the connecting cables and connectors are
not damaged.
Recorder power supply failure
Verify the power module’s 5 VDC and 12VDC outputs are
present.
Recorder failure
Replace the recorder.
Poor print quality or paper
Paper roll not properly
Stop the recorder and re-install the paper roll.
not feeding properly
installed
Print head dirty
1.
Verify the thermal print head and the paper roller for
foreign matter.
2.
Clean the thermal print head with an appropriate
cleaning solution.
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Print head failure
Replace the recorder.
Recorder failure
Replace the recorder.
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4.6.7 Output Interface Failures
Symptoms
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
No analog signals or nurse
Respective output disabled
1.
call signals are generated
Select [Main Menu] → [Analog Output Setup] → set
[Analog Output] to [On].
USB_Hub board cable is
1.
loose
Verify the cable between the USB_Hub board and the
mother board is properly connected.
2.
Verify the connecting cables and connectors are not
damaged.
USB_Hub board failure
Replace the USB_Hub board.
Mother board failure
Replace the mother board.
Connected USB devices
Cable defective or not
1.
not working. (It is assumed
connected properly
these devices are working
mother board is properly connected.
2.
properly when connected
elsewhere).
Verify the cable between the USB_Hub board and
Verify the connecting cables and connectors are not
damaged.
USB_Hub board failure
Replace the USB_Hub board.
Mother board failure
Replace the mother board.
4.6.8 CF Card Problems
Symptoms
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
CF card malfunctions
Wrong CF card or insufficient
Use only SanDisk-manufactured CF storage cards. Those
storage capacity size
with 1GB memory space are recommended.
CF card full; data error; CF
Format CF card on PC.
card error
CF card failure
Replace the CF card.
Cable defective or poorly
1.
connected
Verify the cable between the CF card board and the
mother board is correctly connected.
2.
Check that the connecting cables and connectors not
damaged.
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Replace the CF card pcb.
Mother board failure
Replace the mother board.
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4.6.9 Power Supply Failures
Symptoms
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Battery voltage is too low
Battery failure
Replace battery.
Cable defective or
1.
Verify the cable is properly connected.
improperly connected
2.
Verify the connecting cables and connectors are
not damaged.
Battery cannot be recharged
Power board failure
Replace the power board.
Battery failure
Replace the battery and charge fully. If this is successful,
the original battery is faulty.
Cable defective or
1.
improperly connected
board and power module is correctly connected.
2.
No +3.3 VDC output
Verify the cable between the battery interface
Verify the cables and connectors are not damaged.
Power board failure
Replace power board
1.
Power supply protected
1.
Turn off the patient monitor then restart it.
2.
Power board failure
2.
If the problem remains, disconnect the AC mains
for 5 s and reconnect it, then restart the patient
No +5.0 VDC output
monitor.
3.
No +5.0 VDC CIS output
If the problem still remains, replace the power
board.
No +12 VDC output
NOTE
When the power module fails, it may cause damage to other components, e.g. the monitor suddenly fails
during start-up, due to supply protection. In this case, troubleshoot the power module per the procedure
described in the table above.
Components of the main unit, SMR and parameter modules are powered by the power module. In the
event that a component malfunctions, verify the operating voltage is correct. Refer to 2 Theory of
Operation for the operating voltage and measurement points for each component.
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4.6.10 Network Related Problems
Symptoms
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
The patient monitor cannot be
No connection to the LAN
1.
connected to iView system.
Verify the cables and connectors are in good
condition and that the network is properly
connected.
iView assembly failure
2.
Verify the hub or switch is properly configured.
1.
Restart the patient monitor; verify a beep is heard.
2.
After starting, select [Main Menu] →
[Maintenance>>] → [User Maintenance>>] →
enter the password required → [iView
Maintenance>>]. The [iView Setup] option should
be enabled and switching between the normal
monitor screen and the iView screen is possible.
3.
If step 1 and 2 fail, verify the voltages supplied to
the iView assembly are correct. If the power supply
works properly, replace the iView assembly.
DVI interface board failure
Replace DVI interface board.
Frequent dropouts and network
Improper LAN cable
Check LAN cable connection. LAN cable should not be
disconnects
connection
longer than 50 m.
Improper IP address
Check for IP address conflict. Reconfigure IP address.
configuration
The patient monitor is
Improper LAN cable
Check LAN cable connection. LAN cable should not be
connected to a LAN but cannot
connection
longer than 50m.
view other patients in the View
More than 4 simultaneous
A patient monitor can only be viewed by 4 other
Others mode
requests for viewing the
patient monitors simultaneously under the View Others
patient monitor
mode. Requests in excess of that number will be
ignored.
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Incorrect IP configuration
Check for IP address conflict. Reconfigure IP address.
iView assembly failure
Replace iView assembly.
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4.6.11 Software Upgrade Problems
Symptoms
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Bootstrap upgrade fails
Power failure or unintended power
Replace the CPU board.
off during bootstrap upgrade
Program upgrade fails
Incorrect network connection
1.
Verify the network connector, NOT the iView
network connector, on the patient monitor is
being used.
2.
Verify the hub or switch operates properly.
Verify the network cables are the correct type
and have been connected properly.
Wrong upgrade package has been
Upgrade package should be .pkg files. Select
downloaded
package according to system requirement.
Incorrect IP address configuration
Configure the IP address to ‘77.77.1.xx’ (xx can be
any number between 1 and 253). We recommend
not to upgrade a program when the patient
monitor is connected to a network with multiple
PCs.
4.6.12 Technical Alarm Messages
Please refer to the Operators’ manual.
4.6.13 M51A Self Test Information
MPM module uses the integrative parameter board (ECG ASIC).
MPM Selftest Item
Test Value
Corrective Action
Not FF
Replace the module
DSP selftest information
7024 selftest information
2131 selftest information
ECG module selftest information
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4.6.14 Device Integration Failures
Symptoms
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
1.
Replace the ID adapter.
2.
Upgrade the ID adapter in [Factory
The ID adapter is not compatible
Maintenance] menu to make the ID adapter
with the external device.
match the corresponding external device. See
The [Devices Integrated]
3.3.18.1 Device Connection and Setup for more
window displays nothing
about the setup of the ID.
after connection.
The serial port adapter cable is not
compatible with the external device.
Wrong software version or wrong
protocol version of the external
device.
Replace the serial port adapter cable.
Make sure the protocol version and software version
are supported by the BeneLink module.
Generate the alarm:
The BeneLink module application
Update or upgrade the software application of the
[BeneLink Comm Stop].
software is corrupted.
BeneLink module with the network upgrading tool.
The BeneLink module application
Update or upgrade the software application of the
software is corrupted.
BeneLink module with the network upgrading tool.
The patient monitor has
no response when loading
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The kernel or the document system
of the BeneLink module is damaged.
Return the BeneLink module to Mindray for repair.
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5 Repair and Disassembly
5.1 Tools
During disassembly and repair, the following tools may be required:
Phillips screwdrivers
Small flat-bladed screwdrivers
Tweezers
Needle-nose pliers
Hex nut driver or socket wrench
5.2 Preparations for Disassembly
Before disassembling the monitor:
Stop monitoring the patient, turn off the monitor and disconnect all the accessories and peripheral devices.
Disconnect the AC power source and take out both of the batteries.
Remove all the modules in the integral module rack. If the SMR is connected, disconnect the SMR from the
monitor and then remove all the modules in it.
WARNING
Before disassembling the monitor, be sure to eliminate any static electricity charges. When
disassembling the parts labeled with static-sensitive symbols, make sure you are wearing electrostatic
discharge protection such as an antistatic wristband or gloves to avoid damaging the equipment.
Carefully position cables and wires to avoid short circuits and/or pinched tubing when reassembling the
monitor.
When assembling the monitor, be sure to use the specified screws. If an incorrect screw is tightened by
force, the monitor may be damaged and the screw or the part may fall off during use and cause
unpredictable damage or human injury.
Be sure to follow the correct sequence when disassembling the monitor. Be sure to disconnect all the
cables before disassembling any parts. Take care not to damage any cables or connectors.
Be sure to place the monitor face up when disassembling it. Otherwise, the screen or the knob may be
scratched or damaged.
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5.3 Basic Disassembly
5.3.1 Disconnecting the Base
NOTE
1.
Be sure to disassemble the base first before proceeding with other parts.
The retainer that prevents the power plug from coming out is located beside the AC port in the rear case of the
monitor. Remove this retainer and then place the monitor face up and remove the four M4×12 screws, as shown
in the figure below.
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2.
Pull out the base and then unplug the two cables marked in the picture, one connecting the Power Switch & LED
board and the button board, and the other connecting the battery interface board and the power supply
assembly.
NOTE
Exercise care when pulling the base out. Be sure not to damage the cables and connectors.
5.3.2 Separating the Front and Rear Half of the Monitor
1.
Keep the monitor (without the base) face up. Disconnect the cables marked in the picture, one connecting the
LCD panel and the mother board, and the other connecting the button board and the mother board.
NOTE
Release the clip before disconnecting the cable between the button board and the mother board.
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2.
Carefully place the monitor face down. Pry up the four screw covers with a small flat-bladed screwdriver and
unscrew the four M3×12 screws. Then unscrew the M3×12 screw in the handle.
Avoid pressing the knob
on the table.
NOTE
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Press the cover with a thumb when prying it.
Avoid pressing the knob on the table.
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Lift the rear cover assembly to separate it from the front cover assembly.
5.4 Further Disassembly
5.4.1 Removing the Power Switch & LED Board
1.
Locate the cable marked in the picture and disconnect it from the power switch & LED board.
Left Clip
Right Clip
2.
Release the clips with fingers. At the same time pinch the power switch & LED board, push it to the left and take it
out along with the power switch.
NOTE
Exercise care whe releasing the clips.
When installing the LED board along with the power switch, put it on the left clip, push the right clip to
the right slightly, and then press the LED board down.
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5.4.2 Disconnecting the Encoder Assembly
1. Pull the encoder knob off the shaft. Unscrew the hex nut.
2. Disconnect the cable that connects the encoder and the button board to remove the encoder.
5.4.3 Removing the Button Board
1.
Disconnect the cables from the button board to the power switch & LED board, encoder, alarm LED board,
backlight board and, touchscreen control board and the mother board.
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2.
Remove the grounding spring and then remove the three PT3×8 screws and take out the button board.
NOTE
Do not forget the grounding spring when reassembling.
5.4.4 Removing the Touchscreen Control Board
Unplug the touchscreen cable and the cable from the button board to the touchscreen control board. Then, remove
the two M3×6 screws and remove the touchscreen control board.
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5.4.5 Removing the Backlight board
Unplug the cables from the button board and the LCD to the inverter. Then, remove the two M3×6 screws and
remove the backlight board.
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5.4.6 Removing the LCD Screen
CAUTION
Do not touch the LCD screen.
Disassemble the LCD screen in an environment as dust-free as possible.
1.
Carefully remove the eight M3×6 screws and take the screen assembly out. To prevent the screen from being
contaminated by dust, do not touch the screen.
Do not touch the
LCD panel
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2.
Remove the four M3×6 screws and take out the LCD screen.
3.
Remove the four M3×6 screws and separate the LCD screen from the two supports.
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After removing the LCD panel, disconnect the cable that connects the alarm lamp board and the button board, and
then remove the two PT2×6 screws to remove the alarm lamp board.
NOTE
Exercise care when removing the alarm lamp board because it may be adhered to the LCD assembly (as
shown in the above figure).
5.4.8 Removing the Wireless AP
1.
Unplug the wireless AP cable from the main board. Remove the three M3×6 screws and take out the wireless AP
assembly.
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2.
Remove the two M3×6 screws and then remove the wireless AP.
5.4.9 Removing the CF Assembly
1.
Disconnect the cable between the CF driver board and main board. Remove the two M3×6 screws and take out
the CF assembly.
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2.
Remove the two M3×6 screws and take out the CF driver board.
5.4.10 Removing the Main Board
1.
Pull out all the connectors on the mother board. There are numbers beside the connectors, which are listed
below.
Number
Connected to
J1
Power module
J2
Speaker
J3
Fan
J4
Integral module rack
J5
Button board
J6
DVI interface board
J7
LCD panel
J8
Recorder
J16
Wireless AP
J10
iView assembly
J11
USB interface board
J12
CF assembly
J22/J23
CPU board, which is connected to the mother board with a socket
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2.
Remove the four M3×6 screws as shown in the figure below and take out the main board that includes the
mother board and the CPU board.
3.
Remove the four M2.5×6 screws and separate the mother board from the CPU board. Be sure not to damage the
socket that connects the two boards. There is a battery on the CPU board.
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Battery
5.4.11 Removing the Fan
Unplug the fan connector from the mother board. Remove the three M3×6 screws and remove the fan.
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5.4.12 Removing the Speaker
Unplug the speaker connector from the mother board.
Remove the two M3×6 screws and remove the speaker.
CAUTION
When installing a speaker, be sure to route the wires so they are not pinched during assembly.
5.4.13 Removing the Interface Board Assembly
1.
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Remove the four M3×6 screws and remove the interface board assembly.
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Remove the screws beside the DVI socket and micro-D socket. Then remove the two M3×6 screws in the holes.
You can then remove the DVI interface board.
Screws beside DVI socket
Screws beside micro-D socket
Two M3×6 Screws in Holes
3.
Remove the two M3×6 screws and take out the USB interface board.
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NOTE
The DVI interface board must be removed before the USB interface board.
Be careful not to damage the insulation between the DVI interface board and the USB interface board. If it
is damaged, replace it.
5.4.14 Removing the iView Assembly
1.
Remove all the connecting cables between the iView mother board and power board, USB interface board,
mother board and the DVI interface board. Remove the four M3×6 screws, and remove the iView assembly.
M3× 6 sscrews
2.
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Remove the four pan head cross recessed screws and remove the cooling fin in the industrial control board.
Pan head cross recessed screws
4.
Separate industrial control board from mother board. Remove the heat conductive adhesive on the mother
board.
Heat-conductive glue
Industrial control board
Mother board
NOTE
Make sure the heat-conductive adhesive is applied before reinstallation. Remember to install the
standoffs on the CIS mother board when reassembling.
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5.4.15 Removing the Power Supply Assembly
1.
Disconnect the four cables coming from the main control board, the iView assembly, the DVI interface board and
the battery interface board. These are all connected to the power supply socket.
NOTE
2.
For some cables, you have to release the clips before disconnecting them.
Remove the two M4×20 screws. Be sure to hold the power supply assembly to prevent it from falling when
removing these screws.
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3.
Lift the power supply assembly slightly to separate it from the two studs on the rear cover and then remove the
assembly.
Studs
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4.
Remove the two M3×12 screws and remove the power supply cover.
5.
Remove the two M3×6 screws. Pry out the board with a small flat-bladed screwdriver in the gap between the
power supply board and the housing. Then turn the board over and unplug the cables from it.
Insulator
Equipotential Pillar
NOTE
The power supply board may be stuck to the insulator, be careful not to damage the connector and cables
when separating the two.
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5.4.16 Removing the Integral Module Rack
The following disassembly procedure uses the 3-slot module rack as an example. You can disassemble other
size
module racks by referring to this procedure.
1.
Disconnect the cable that connects the integral module rack with the mother board. Remove the two bolts and
then remove the M3×6 screw.
Bolts
2.
Pry the snaps out about 1mm away with a small flat-bladed screwdriver. Then insert the small flat-bladed
screwdriver into the position marked in the picture below and pry it out about 1mm so that the module rack
becomes disengaged from the back cover.
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3.
If the module rack still engages with the back cover, insert a small flat-bladed screwdriver into the position
marked in the picture and pry it out about 1mm to release the hidden snap between the integral module rack
and the back cover. Then pull out the module rack.
MPM Communication Board
3-slot module Rack Communication Board
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Release the three clips on the 3-slot module rack communication board and remove the Nios II module.
Nios II module
5.
Remove the four M3×6 screws and take out the 3-slot module rack communication board. Remove the four M3
×6 screws and take out the MPM Communication Board.
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6.
Remove the hex nut assy using the hex nut driver or socket wrench. Then separate the washer, leaf spring and
contact screw from each other.
Contact screw
Leaf spring
M3 nut
M3 flat washer
M3 split lock washer
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1.
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Pull the two clips in as indicated and simultaneously pull out the recorder.
NOTE
3.
Be sure not to damage the connecting cables or connectors when pulling out the recorder.
Remove the M3×6 screw and remove the cables marked in the picture.
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4.
Release the two clips and take out the recorder drive board. Pay attention to the snap in the front.
Snap
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5.
Release the ribbon cable by pulling up on the pressure connector bar. Remove the cable that connects the drive
board and the button board. Remove the PT2×6 screw and remove the drive board’s grounding cable. Then take
out the recorder drive board.
Pressure connector bar
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6.
Remove the two PT2×6 screws and take out the thermal printhead. Then remove the two PT2×6 screws and
remove the recorder’s button board.
7.
Remove the recorder mounting bracket right side first.
Recorder mounting bracket
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8.
Hold and then pinch the recorder housing so that the recorder housing becomes disengaged from the monitor
housing. Then take out the recorder housing.
5.5 Removing the SMR Assembly
1.
First remove the 4 screw covers and then remove the 4 M3×8 screws.
Right-side board
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2.
Pull off the left- and right-side boards. Be sure to place the rubber loop in position when reassembling the right
board.
3.
From the left side, remove the cable that connects the module rack interface board and the 8-slot module rack
communication board. Then take off the SMR cover.
4.
Release the two clips and take out the module rack interface board. Be sure not to damage the snap slot on the
left side.
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5.
Remove the cable that connects the 8-slot communication board and the LED board, the LED indicator and the
light tube.
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6.
Release the clips and take out the Nios II module. Then remove the six M3×6 screws and remove the 8-slot
module rack communication board.
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7.
Use the hex nut driver or socket wrench to remove the hex nut and lock washer assembly which can be further
separated into the flat washer, leaf spring and contact screw.
Flat Washer
Leaf spring
Hex nut and lock washer assembly
Contact screw
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5.6 Disassembling Modules
WARNING
After reassembling a module, a patient leakage current test must be performed before it is used again for
patient monitoring.
5.6.1 Disassembling the BeneLink Module
1.
Remove the two contact screws andM3 spring washers on the back of the module with needle nose pliers.
Contact screws
2.
Unlock the snap lock by pressing it down about 1 mm with a flat screwdriver. At same time, push the snap plate
forward with your thumb until the snap lock separates from the module housing. Lift the front of the snap plate
with the flat screwdriver and remove it from the BeneLink module.
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3.
Remove the M3×6 screw using a #1 Phillips screwdriver. Then, press down, in turn, the two clips that engage the
front panel. At same time, separate the front panel from the module’s outer housing.
4.
Remove the contact screws, the locking clip, and the front cover by referring to steps 1 to 3 as described in
section 5.6.1 Disassembling the BeneLink Module.
5.
Take off the small cover board on one side of the rear cover. Then press the two clips about 1mm and take off the
housing.
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3.
Release the three snaps to separate the two halves of the module side cover.
4.
Take off the cable between the USB board and the interface board.
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5.
Take off the cable between the infrared communication board and the interface board to remove the infrared
board.
6.
Release the four clips to remove the interface board.
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5.6.2 Disassembling the New MPM Module
1.
Remove the contact screws and the locking clip by referring to steps 1 to 3 as described in section 5.6.1
Disassembling the BeneLink Module.
2.
Remove the two M3×6 screws. Then press down, in turn, the four clips that engage the front cover with a small
flat-bladed screwdriver. At the same time, pull off the rear cover.
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3.
Disconnect the cable from the infrared communication board, and release the snap lock to remove the infrared
communication board.
Snap lock
4.
Disconnect the cables from the NIBP inflation pump. Disconnect the relief valves from the parameter board. Snip
off the cable ties to remove the pump. Release the snap locks to remove the valves.
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5.
Remove the two M3×8 screws on the parameter board. Then pull off the parameter board rearward as shown
below.
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6.
Remove the two M3×4 screws on the SpO2 board to separate the SpO2 board and the parameter board.
7.
Remove the three M3×8 screws to separate the front panel assembly and the holder.
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FOR YOUR NOTES
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6 Parts
6.1 Introduction
This section contains the exploded views and parts lists of the main unit, satellite module rack and parameter modules
of the patient monitor. It helps the engineer to identify the parts during disassembly of the patient monitor and spare
parts replacement.
Hardware architecture of the main unit is shown below:
NOTE
Please provide the FRU part number if you want to purchase the spare parts.
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6.2 Main Unit
Exploded View
Parts List
SN
Description
FRU part number
Qty
1
Passport 17m front housing assembly(touchscreen)
115-020385-00
1
2
Hose, 0.47 m
/
1
3
Rear housing assembly
/
1
4
Phillips screw M3×12
/
5
5
Screw cap
043-004044-00
4
6
Base assembly
801-6800-00098-00
1
7
Screw, M4×12
/
4
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Exploded View
Parts List
SN
Description
FRU part number
Qty
1
Small fireproof sheet T8
047-014206-00
1
2
Bottom cover (T8)
043-004135-00
1
3
Battery cover L
043-004072-00
1
4
Cushion
6800-20-50233
4
5
Battery cover R
043-004071-00
1
6
Battery cover spacer
6800-20-50386
2
7
Lithium battery, 11.1 VDC, 4500 mAh
/
2
8
Power switch board
6800-30-50088
1
9
Passport 17m silicon keyboard
049-000626-00
1
10
Battery interface board
6800-30-50108
1
SN
Description
FRU part number
Qty
11
Base support
6800-30-50108
1
12
Phillips screw M3×6
6800-20-50212
6
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6.4 Front housing Assembly--17” LCD Touchscreen
Exploded View
Parts List
SN
Description
FRU part number
Qty
1
Screen support 2(for 17” touchscreen)
/
1
2
Dust-proof gasket 2
115-030580-00
1
3
Dust-proof gasket 1
115-030580-00
1
4
Optical Encoder 16 steps 5VDC Dip6
0000-10-10789
1
5
Front cover of Passport17m
115-030580-00
1
6
6301 alarm board PCBA
051-000879-01
1
7
Alarm gasket
/
1
8
Clamp spring
1
115-022497-00
9
Encoder of Passport 17m
SN
Description
FRU part number
Qty
10
Alarm light of PP8
043-003642-00
1
11
Overlay of Passport 17m
049-000626-00
1
12
Keyboard of Passport 17m
043-003610-00
1
115-004216-00
1
13
6-4
T8 button board (touchscreen/optical encoder) (without
shank)
1
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Tapping screw PT3×8
/
3
15
Dust-proof gasket 3
115-030580-00
1
16
Touchscreen waterproof strip
115-030580-00
1
17
Touchscreen, resistance, 17.1″
0000-10-11071
1
18
Screen support 1(for 17’ touchscreen)
/
1
19
LCD screen
021-000157-00
1
20
Dust-proof gasket 4
/
2
21
Dust-proof gasket 5
/
2
22
Conductive foam, 4105AB51K
/
4
23
Screen mounting plate
115-030580-00
1
24
Phillips screw M3×6
/
25
25
Touchscreen control board
6800-30-50082
1
26
Berylium-bronze leaf 92-047
/
1
27
Backlight board
051-001820-00
1
28
Phillips screw M3×6
/
2
29
Conductive foam0501080
/
2
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6.5 Rear Housing Assembly
6.5.1 Rear Housing Assembly
Exploded View
Parts List
SN
Description
FRU part number
Qty
1
TR6F recorder
801-6800-00080-00
1
2
Recorder chamber
043-004046-00
1
3
Recorder support rack
6800-20-50213
1
4
CF card door
043-004075-00
1
5
Handle cover
043-004073-00
1
6
Rear housing (new connector)
043-000060-01
1
7
Hose, 0.3m
/
1
8
Waterproof strip I
/
1
9
Power module assembly
/
1
10
Module rack (maximum configuration)
/
1
11
Grey USB cover
/
1
12
CIS network port cover
/
1
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SN
Description
FRU part number
Qty
13
USB cover
043-000470-01
1
14
MiniDB9 cover (T8)
15
Speaker
16
Speaker pad
1
17
Phillips screw M3×6
27
18
plug
043-004076-00
2
19
Main support assembly
6800-30-50533
1
20
Interface board assembly
/
1
21
iView assembly (SSD hard drive)
115-016498-00
1
22
Main board assembly
/
1
23
6800 wireless AP kit (ASUS)
801-6800-00109-00
1
24
6800 CF card assembly (9211 driving board)
801-6800-00131-00
1
25
WLAN tray
043-004074-00
1
26
WLAN overlay
/
1
27
Phillips screw M4×20
/
2
28
Phillips screw M3×8
/
2
29
Fireproof sheet T8
047-013585-00
1
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6800-20-50681
1
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6.5.2 Power module
Exploded View
Parts List
SN
Description
FRU part number
Qty
1
Grounding terminal
0509-20-00098
1
2
Power cord retainer
/
1
3
Power module chamber
044-000447-00
1
4
Backlight board insulating sheet
/
1
5
Backlight board insulating plate I, 100×27 mm
/
1
6
Philips pan head screw, M3×12
/
2
7
Large washer class A GB/T96.1-2002 3
/
2
8
Sheet metal for power module
/
1
9
Power board insulating sheet
/
1
10
6800 power board
6800-30-50050
1
11
Phillips screw M3×6
/
4
12
power socket fixture
6800-20-50218
1
13
Waterproof strip for power socket
/
2
14
AC input connector and cable
009-000255-00
1
15
Stainless steel hex nut, GB/T6170-2000 M6 polished
/
1
16
Spring washer
/
1
17
Flat washer
/
1
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Exploded View
Parts List
SN
Description
FRU part number
Qty
1
Side plate, rear housing-ALL
043-004078-00
1
2
Side plate small cover, rear housing -ALL
043-004042-00
1
3
Tapping screw PT3×8
/
2
4
6800 three-slot module rack communication board
051-000243-00
1
5
stud screw M3×10+8-8, coated with antirust nickel
/
2
6
Large Flat Washer, GB96 3
/
1
7
plastic stud screw M3×8+6-6
/
1
8
Philips pan head screw M3×6
/
6
9
Rubber feet
6800-20-50233
3
10
MPM module rack communication board
6800-30-50073
1
11
Stainless steel hex nut
/
10
12
Flat washer
/
11
13
Spring washer
/
11
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SN
Description
FRU part number
Qty
14
Leaf spring
/
10
15
Contact spring
/
10
16
Contact screw
/
10
17
Infrared lens
/
5
6.5.4 Interface Board Assembly
Exploded View (6800-30-50476)
Parts List
SN
Description
FRU part number
Qty
1
T8 interface support (new interface)
/
1
2
6800 DVI interface board (full configuration)
051-000470-00
1
3
Interface board insulating plate
/
1
4
6800 USB interface board (full configuration)
/
1
5
Waterproof strip
/
1
6
Screw, M3×6
/
4
7
Berilium & bronze leaf 187S30(4 leaves)
/
7
8
Berilium & bronze leaf 187S30(2 leaves)
/
1
9
Berilium & bronze leaf 92-106 nickel plated
/
6
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6.5.5 Main Support Assembly
Exploded View
Parts List
SN
Description
FRU part number
Qty
1
Main support
/
1
2
Fan assembly (PN: 6800-30-50509)
801-6800-00033-00
1
3
6800 COME CIS Motherboard PCBA
115-016498-00
1
COM N2600 NM10 DDR3 onboard 2GB (PN:
/
4
023-000570-00)
1
5
SSD 128GB MLC mSATA
115-016498-00
1 (Optional)
6
Thermal Pad/Chomerics/3.0/17×17×1
/
2
7
Thermal Pad/Chomerics/3.0/23×15×1
/
2
8
PC heatsink of iView
/
1
9
Countersunk flat head screw, M2×10
/
4
10
Pan head screw with washer, M3×6
/
7
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6.5.6 Main Control Board Assembly
Exploded View
Parts List
SN
Description
FRU part number
Qty
1
Cross head screw M2.5×6
/
4
2
6800 mother board (full configuration)
051-001090-00
1
3
Stud M2.5x7+6-6
/
4
4
MCF547x CPU module (basic configuration/lead-free)
051-000150-02
1
5
Nut GB6170 M2.5
/
4
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6.5.7 6800 Wireless AP Kit (ASUS)
Exploded View
Parts List
SN
Description
FRU part number
Qty
1
T8 wireless AP mount support
/
1
2
Thermal pad for wireless card
/
2
3
Wireless router 150Mbps Wi-Fi
023-000505-00
1
4
Cover for wireless LAN (17m)
/
1
5
Screw boss
/
2
6
Spring
/
2
7
Cross pan head screw with washer M3×6
/
4
8
Cable for AP wireless (6100)
009-002895-00
1
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6.5.8 Others
P/N
Description
FRU part number
Qty
115-016498-00
1
iView assembly –115-016498-00
/
Ethernet cable for DVI interface board
/
iView Motherboard PCBA
1
/
COM N2600 NM10 DDR3 onboard 2GB
1
/
SSD 128GB MLC mSATA
1
/
Thermal Pad /Chomerics/3.0/17×17×1
/
2
/
Thermal Pad/Chomerics/3.0/23×15×1
/
2
/
PC Heatsink of iView
/
1
/
Countersunk flat head screw, M2×10
/
4
/
Pan head screw with washer, M3×6
/
4
/
Stainless steel Phillips screw
/
4
/
iView flat signal wire
115-016498-00
1
TR6F recorder-
-115-001290-00
/
Thermal print head
801-6800-00080-00
1
/
Phillips tapping screw PT2×6
/
5
/
Sensor cable label
801-6800-00080-00
1
/
Recorder door (DPM)
1
/
Back spring
1
/
Silicon button
1
/
Overlay
1
/
Cable from recorder drive board to recorder button board
1
/
Overlay
1
/
Recorder button board
1
/
Recorder drive board
1
/
Grounding wire (6101)
1
/
Recorder chamber (DPM)
1
/
Locking clip (DPM)
1
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6.6 SMR Assembly
6.6.1 SMR Assembly
Exploded View
Parts List
SN
Description
FRU part number
Qty
1
Inner assembly
801-6800-00018-00
1
2
Hose
1
3
Interface board (PN: 6800-30-51154)
1
4
Rear housing
1
5
Side plate fixture
2
6
Phillips screw M3×8
4
7
Screw cap
4
8
Side plate, right
1
9
Rubber washer
1
10
Handle
1
11
Side plate, left
1
12
Pad
4
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6.6.2 SMR Inner Assembly
Exploded View
Parts List
SN
Description
FRU part number
Qty
1
Insulating plate
801-6800-00018-00
1
2
Torsion spring washer
2
3
Light conducting pole
1
4
Contact spring
16
5
Contact screw
16
6
Infrared lens
8
7
SMR inner assembly
1
8
Leaf spring
16
9
Washer
16
10
Hex nut and washer
16
11
Reinforced section steel
1
12
8-slot module rack communication board (PN:
1
6800-30-51153)
13
Screw stud
14
Rubber feet
6800-20-50233
10
15
Split lock washer
/
1
16
Phillips screw M3×6
/
6
6-16
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SN
Description
FRU part number
Qty
17
Screw stud
/
1
18
Nios II module
/
1
6.7 MPM
MPM utilizes ECG ASIC integrated parameter board.
Exploded View
Parts List
SN
Description
FRU part number
Qty
1
Plastic hex nut M3
/
2
M51A Multi-parameter module, 5-lead, standard (PN:
/
051-000976-01)
M51A Multi-parameter module, 5-lead, full (PN:
2
/
1
051-000977-01)
M51A Multi-parameter module, 12-lead, full (PN:
/
As configured
051-000978-01)
M51A Multi-parameter module, 5-lead, full, IBP, Masimo (PN:
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/
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SN
Description
FRU part number
Qty
051-001037-01)
Cable for infrared Communication board
/
3
Silicone tube, 3/32 in. × 7/32 in. × 100ft
/
1.65 inch
4
Plastic hex screw stud, M3×12
/
2
5
Insulation sheet for SpO2 board
/
1
9008 V2.0 SpO2 board (PN: 051-000943-00)
/
Nellcor SpO2 board (PN: 0671-00-0102-01)
/
Masimo, MS-2013, SpO2 board (PN: 040-001149-00)
/
7
Phillips screw M3×4
/
2
8
Waterproof seal 02
/
1
9
Cross pan head screw with washer M3×8
/
5
10
Holder
/
1
New MPM front panel assembly, Nellcor SpO2
115-011210-00
New MPM front panel assembly, Nellcor SpO2 Without IBP
115-011213-00
6
11
New MPM front panel assembly, Masimo2013 SpO2 Without
IBP
1
As configured
115-011214-00
1
As configured
New MPM front panel assembly, Masimo2013 SpO2
15-011211-00
12
Label
/
1
13
NIBP pump
14
Cable tie, CHS-4×150mm
/
2
15
M3 nut with washer
/
2
New M51A Infrared communication board
/
1
New M51A Infrared communication board, no IBP
/
As configured
17
Screw
/
2
18
Pump cushion
/
1
19
Tee connector, White, Nylon
/
4
20
Inline Filter
/
2
21
630F Reducer
/
1
22
Valve
/
1
23
Flat head screw, Phillips M3×6
/
2
24
Locking clip
/
2
25
Screw
/
2
26
Spring Washer
/
2
27
Infrared lens
/
1
28
Barcode label
/
1
29
Patent label
/
1
30
Rear cover
/
1
16
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6.8 Replaceable Parts
6.8.1 Main Unit
FRU
Description
Rear housing assembly
043-004045-00
Recorder cover
115-001290-00
TR6F recorder
6800-20-50301
Recorder to main board cable
044-000447-00
Power unit
6800-20-50298
Cable, power board to battery interface board
6800-20-50155
Cable, main unit to infrared communication board
051-000243-00
6800 3-slot module rack communication board
6800-30-50073
MPM module rack communication board
6800-30-50075
Nios II module
023-000845-00
023-000846-00
CF card
043-000060-01
Rear housing (new interface)
6800-20-50672
Cable, main board to DVI interface board
6800-20-50673
Cable, main board to USB interface board
6800-30-50532
Main board assembly
6800-30-50401
WLAN and CF card flexible cable
115-001868-00
6800 CF assembly (9211 driving board)
6800-30-50476
Interface board assembly
6800-30-50509
Fan assembly
6800-20-50681
Speaker & cable
115-016498-00
iView assembly
051-001090-00
6800 motherboard PCBA(All)
051-001278-00
PCBA,6800 USB Interface Board(ALL)
024-000321-00
FAN 12V 9.4CFM 20.1dB 50 x 50 x 15 x 65mm
042-000317-00
CF card shield
051-000104-00
CF Card Control Board
051-000150-02
PCBA, CPU Board
051-000470-00
DVI Interface Board
Front housing assembly
051-001820-00
Backlight board
043-003545-00
Passport 17m front housing
021-000157-00
LCD screen (G170ETN01.0)
0000-10-11071
Touch Screen
6800-30-50082
Touch screen control board
FRU
Description
Front housing assembly (Continued)
6800-30-51095
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Alternative touch screen control board(only used together with optional touch
screen 0000-10-10748)
6-19
115-001328-00
Button board(1280x1024-1+anti-glare)
115-001327-00
Button board (1280x1024-1+touchscreen )
051-000879-01
6803 Alarm LED board
115-022497-00
Optical encoder assembly
115-030580-00
Front cover (touch screen)
009-004019-00
Alarm light board cable
009-004547-00
Cable connecting the LED backlight board and screen
009-000248-00
Cable connecting the inverter and button board
Base assembly
043-004135-00
Bottom cover
6800-30-50108
Battery interface board
6800-30-50088
Power switch board
6800-20-50449
Flat cable connecting the main board and DVI interface board
6800-20-50450
Cable connecting the button board and main board
6800-20-50451
Cable connecting the main board and SMR infrared communication board
6.8.2 SMR
FRU
Description
6800-30-50075
Nios II module
6800-30-50078
SMR communication board
6800-30-50080
SMR interface board
6800-30-50667
SMR indicator lamp assembly
043-004118-00
SMR inner assembly
043-004120-00
SMR rear housing
043-004051-00
SMR handle
6.8.3 Parameter Modules
FRU
description
Qty
115-015012-00
BIS Module
1
6800-30-50488
RM module
1
115-003480-00
CCO/SvO2 module
115-013335-00
SpO2 module(Masimo MS-2013)
6800-30-50137
Mindray sidestream CO2 module (M02B, 2 slots)
1
115-020189-00
Mindray sidestream CO2 module (M02C, 1 slot)
1
6800-30-50558
Oridion Microstream CO2 module
6800-30-50501
AG module (with O2/BIS)
1
6800-30-50502
AG module (with O2)
1
115-029852-00
C.O. module
1
115-029851-00
IBP module
1
115-007273-00
ScvO2 module
1
115-007276-00
BeneLink module
1
115-022715-00
MPM-2 module(Masimo SpO2 (MS-2013), 3/5lead, FDA)
1
115-022716-00
MPM3 module(Nellcor SpO2, 3/5lead, FDA)
1
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115-022718-00
MPM5 module (Masimo SpO2 (MS-2013), 12-lead, FDA)
1
115-022719-00
MPM6 module(Nellcor SpO2, 12lead, FDA)
1
115-030471-00
Benelink module
1
6.8.4 Cables
P/N
Description
Remarks
6800-20-50156
Alarm LED board cable
/
6800-20-50157
Touchscreen control board cable
/
6800-20-50159
Power switch & LED board cable
/
6800-20-50298
Cable from power board to battery interface board
/
6800-20-50301
Cable from recorder to main board
/
6800-20-50304
DVI interface board signal wire
6800-20-50305
power board DC output cable
/
009-003228-00
iView flat wire
/
009-003229-00
USB cable
/
6800-20-50334
17” LCD ribbon cable (17m)
6800-21-50337
AC input filter cable
/
6800-20-50513
Main unit Fan cable
/
6800-20-50672
Cable from mother board to DVI interface board
/
6800-20-50673
Cable from mother board to USB interface board
/
6800-20-50681
Speaker & cables
/
6800-30-50124
Integral module rack flexible cable (17m)
Main unit
DVI interface board
to CIS assembly
Mother board to
LCD
Mother board to
integral module
rack
6800-30-50126
Button board flexible cable (17m)
Mother board to
button board
Mother board to CF
6800-20-50401
WLAN card flexible cable
and WLAN
assembly
6800-20-50448
Flat connection cable for 17” screen
/
6800-20-50449
Flat cable connecting the main board and DVI interface board
/
6800-20-50450
Cable connecting the button board and main board
/
6800-20-50451
Cable connecting the main board and SMR infrared
communication board
/
009-000248-00
Cable connecting the inverter and button board
/
009-000255-00
Receptacle and cable for AC source
/
009-004019-00
Cable for alarm light board
/
Main unit infrared communication board cable (integral module
/
SMR and parameter modules
6800-20-50155
6800-20-50160
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Button board cable
/
6-21
6800-20-50161
Cable from infrared communication board to RS232 connector
/
6800-20-50162
Infrared communication board TTL cable
/
6800-20-50164
Module fan & cable
/
6800-20-50167
SMR LED cable
/
P/N
Description
Remarks
SMR and parameter modules (Continued)
from inverter to
6800-20-50170
Cable from inverter to button board
6800-20-50306
AG cable
/
6800-21-50310
BIS interface cable
/
6800-21-50311
C.O. interface cable
/
6800-21-50312
IBP interface cable
/
6800-20-50316
RM infrared detection board cable
/
6800-20-50319
Cable from SMR to main unit
/
6800-20-50662
gas pump cable
6800-20-50663
Fast-release valve cable
6800-20-50664
Slow-release valve cable
6800-20-50674
Cable from ICG module to infrared communication board
/
6800-20-50683
Mindray CO2 infrared communication cable
/
6800-30-50132
Nellcor SpO2 flexible cable kit
/
6800-30-50130
Masimo SpO2 flexible cable kit
/
040-000125-00
Patient Interface Cable (BIS module service part)
/
040-000674-00
For service only, BISx Kit (186-0199-MR)
/
040-000675-00
For service only, BISx4 Kit (186-1030-MR)
/
040-000676-00
For service only, BISx Host Cable (186-0201-MR)
/
009-001770-00
RJ45 connecting cable
/
009-001767-00
Serial port adapter cable, type A
/
009-001768-00
Serial port adapter cable, type B
/
009-001769-00
Serial port adapter cable, type C
/
009-001765-00
Cable, Infrared Board to Interface Board
/
009-001254-00
AP&CVP socket with signal cable
/
009-001255-00
ScvO2 socket with signal cable
/
Cable connecting the SMR receptacle interface board and
/
6800-20-51104
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button board
NIBP pump to
parameter board
Fast-release valve
to parameter board
Slow-release valve
to parameter board
infrared communication board
Passport 17m Service Manual
7 Upgrade
7.1 Introduction
You can upgrade parameter modules, functional assemblies and system software by connecting the patient monitor
to a PC running the System Update Tool.
NOTE
If you have to disassemble the patient monitor for software upgrade, be sure to eliminate static charges
before disassembling the equipment. When disassembling any part labeled with an ESD warning symbol,
make sure you are wearing electrostatic discharge protection such as an antistatic wristband or gloves to
avoid damaging the equipment.
Properly connect and route the cables and wires when reassembling the equipment to avoid pinched hoses
and electrical short circuits.
Use specified screws to assemble the equipment. If the incorrect screws are forcefully tightened, the
equipment may be damaged and the screws or part may fall off during use, causing unpredictable
equipment damage or human injury.
Follow correct sequence to disassemble the equipment. Otherwise, the equipment may be permanently
damaged.
Disconnect all cables before disassembling any parts. Be careful not to damage any cables or connectors.
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7.2 Upgrading Parameter Modules
You can upgrade the following parameter modules:
Parameter
module
PN
115-022715-00
MPM
module
115-022716-00
115-022718-00
Description
Remark
MPM-2 module(Masimo SpO2 (MS-2013), 3/5lead,
FDA)
MPM3 module(Nellcor SpO2, 3/5lead, FDA)
/
MPM5 module (Masimo SpO2 (MS-2013), 12-lead,
FDA)
115-022719-00
MPM6 module(Nellcor SpO2, 12lead, FDA)
IBP module
6800-30-50850
IBP module upgrade package (without accessories)
/
C.O. module
6800-30-50849
C.O. module upgrade package (without accessories)
/
6800-30-50139
CO2 module
6800-30-50141
6800-30-50820
6800-30-50841
AG module
6800-30-50842
6800-30-50427
BIS module
RM module
CCO/SvO2
module
ScvO2
Module
M02B CO2 module upgrade package (for adult and
Sidestream (2 slots)
pediatric patients, with accessories)
M02B CO2 module upgrade package (for neonatal
Sidestream (2 slots)
patient, with accessories)
Oridion CO2 module upgrade package (with
Microstream
accessories)
AG module upgrade package (with O2, BIS, and
/
accessories
AG module upgrade package (with O2 and
/
accessories
BIS module upgrade package (for pediatric patients,
with accessories)
/
6800-30-50880
BIS module upgrade package (with accessories)
/
6800-30-50853
RM module upgrade package (with accessories)
/
801-6800-00104-00
CCO/SvO2 module upgrade package
/
115-007590-00
ScvO2 function upgrade kit
/
You can insert and remove parameter modules during patient monitoring. Refer to the Operators’ Manual for the use
of parameter modules.
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7.3 Upgrading Functional Assemblies
You can upgrade the following functional assemblies:
Functional
assembly
SMR
PN
Description
Remark
6800-30-50641
SMR kit
/
801-6800-00108-00
6800 wireless network upgrade kit
801-6800-00109-00
6800 wireless network upgrade kit
801-6800-00002-00
Wireless network adaptor kit
External AP
6800-30-50856
Recorder upgrade kit
/
801-6800-00093-00
DVI interface board (FRU)
/
115-016498-00
iView assembly (SSD hard drive)
/
Wireless
network
Recorder
Analog
output
iView
assembly
Internal AP,
for standard- configured patient monitor
Internal AP,
for fully configured patient monitor
The patient monitor can be connected to network through wireless AP. Authorized personnel are required to connect
and set up the wireless network, and then carry out the performance test.
7.3.1 Upgrading SMR
The SMR can be connected to the patient monitor through the SMR connector via a powered USB cable. Refer to the
Operators’s Manual for details.
7.4 Upgrading Software
Software upgrade must be performed by Mindray, NA authorized service personnel. Call Service Dispatch 1 800
288-2121 ext: 7875 or National Repair Center ext: 8119 for more information.
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A Electrical Safety Inspection
The following electrical safety tests are recommended as part of a comprehensive preventive maintenance program.
They are a proven means of detecting abnormalities that, if undetected, could prove dangerous to either the patient or
the operator. Additional tests may be required according to local regulations.
All tests can be performed using commercially available safety analyzer test equipment. These procedures assume the
use of a 601PROXL International Safety Analyzer or equivalent safety analyzer. Other popular testers complying with IEC
60601-1 used in Europe, such as Fluke, Metron, or Gerb, may require modifications to the procedure. Please follow the
instructions of the analyzer manufacturer.
The consistent use of a safety analyzer as a routine step in closing a repair or upgrade is emphasized as a mandatory step
if an approved agency status is to be maintained. The safety analyzer also proves to be an excellent troubleshooting tool
to detect abnormalities of line voltage and grounding, as well as total current loads.
A.1 Power Cord Plug
Test Item
Acceptance Criteria
The power plug pins
No broken or bent pin. No discolored pins.
The power
The plug body
No physical damage to the plug body.
plug
The strain relief
No physical damage to the strain relief. No plug warmth for device in use.
The power plug
No loose connections.
No physical damage to the cord. No deterioration to the cord.
The power cord
For devices with detachable power cords, inspect the connection at the device.
For devices with non-detachable power cords, inspect the strain relief at the device.
A.2 Device Enclosure and Accessories
A.2.1 Visual Inspection
Test Item
Acceptance Criteria
No physical damage to the enclosure and accessories.
The enclosure and accessories
No physical damage to meters, switches, connectors, etc.
No residue of fluid spillage (e.g., water, coffee, chemicals, etc.).
No loose or missing parts (e.g., knobs, dials, terminals, etc.).
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A.2.2 Contextual Inspection
Test Item
Acceptance Criteria
No unusual noises (e.g., a rattle inside the case).
The enclosure and accessories
No unusual odors (e.g., burning or smoky odor, particularly from ventilation holes).
No taped notes that may suggest device deficiencies or operator concerns.
A.3 Device Labelling
Check the labels provided by the manufacturer or the healthcare facility are present and legible.
Main unit label
Integrated warning labels
A.4 Scheduled Electrical Safety Inspection
For scheduled electrical safety inspection, perform all the test items listed in A.6 ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSPECTION .
A.5 Electrical Safety Inspection after Repair
The following table specifies test items to be performed after the equipment is repaired. Refer to A.6 ELECTRICAL
SAFETY INSPECTION
for the description of the test items.
Repair with main unit not disassembled
Repair with
When neither power supply PCBA nor
main unit
patient electrically-connected PCBA is
disassembled
repaired or replaced
When power supply PCBA is repaired or
Test items: 1, 2, 3
Test items: 1, 2, 3, 4
Test items: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
replaced
When patient electrically-connected PCBA is
Test items: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8
repaired or replaced
When both power supply PCBA and patient
Test items: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
electrically- connected PCBA are repaired or
replaced
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A.6 ELECTRICAL SAFETY INSPECTION TEST
Inspection and Testing
Limit
1
Power Cord Plug
2
Device Enclosure and Accessories
/
3
Device Labeling
/
4
Protective Earth Resistance
Max 0.2 Ω
5
Earth Leakage
Normal condition(NC)
Max:
NC: 300μA(refer to UL60601-1)
6
Patient Leakage Current
Single Fault condition(SFC)
SFC: 1000μA
Normal condition(NC)
Max:
CF applied part:
NC:10μA, SFC: 50μA
Single Fault condition(SFC)
BF applied part:
NC:100μA, SFC: 500μA
7
Mains on Applied Part Leakage
Max:
CF applied part: 50μA
BF applied part: 5000μA
8
Patient Auxiliary Current
Normal condition(NC)
Max:
CF applied part:
NC:10μA, SFC: 50μA
BF applied part:
NC:100μA, SFC: 500μA
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