Welch Allyn SureTemp 670 Specification

Welch Allyn SureTemp 670 Specification
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Model 678 & Model 679 Thermometer
Technical Manual
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS............................................................................................................. i
LIST OF FIGURES ................................................................................................................... iii
WARRANTY .............................................................................................................................iv
SPECIFICATIONS .....................................................................................................................v
TERMINOLOGY .......................................................................................................................vi
1. OPERATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS............................................................................... 1-1
Basic System Description .................................................................................................. 1-1
Self Tests .......................................................................................................................... 1-3
Instrument Reset/Self Tests ....................................................................................... 1-3
Display Test ............................................................................................................... 1-3
Probe Warmer Circuit Self Tests................................................................................ 1-4
Battery Life ........................................................................................................................ 1-4
Normal Mode..................................................................................................................... 1-5
Monitor Mode .................................................................................................................... 1-6
Pulse Timer Mode (Model 678 only) .................................................................................. 1-6
Backlight (Model 678 only) ......................................................................................... 1-6
F/C Conversion .......................................................................................................... 1-7
Temperature Recall.................................................................................................... 1-7
Biotech Mode .................................................................................................................... 1-7
2. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE ......................................................................................... 2-1
Cleaning and Sterilization .................................................................................................. 2-1
Routine Cleaning........................................................................................................ 2-1
ETO Gas Sterilization Procedure................................................................................ 2-1
Battery Removal and Replacement ................................................................................... 2-2
3. CALIBRATION TESTING .................................................................................................. 3-1
Calibration Key Procedure................................................................................................. 3-1
Model 9600 Calibration Testing Procedure........................................................................ 3-1
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4. THEORY OF OPERATION ................................................................................................ 4-1
Technical Overview ........................................................................................................... 4-1
Probe Enhancements................................................................................................. 4-2
Probe Switch ..................................................................................................................... 4-2
Normal Mode..................................................................................................................... 4-2
Power Supply .................................................................................................................... 4-3
Low Battery Detection ................................................................................................ 4-3
Microcontroller............................................................................................................ 4-3
Reset/Self Tests......................................................................................................... 4-4
Microprocessor Clock................................................................................................. 4-4
Temperature Measurement and Display..................................................................... 4-4
Temperature Measurement A/D Converter................................................................. 4-4
Theory of Operation ................................................................................................... 4-4
Circuit Description ...................................................................................................... 4-5
Probe Identification Logic .................................................................................................. 4-6
Basic Function............................................................................................................ 4-6
Circuit Operation ........................................................................................................ 4-7
Probe Warming ( Oral probes only) ................................................................................... 4-7
Theory of Operation ................................................................................................... 4-7
Circuit Operation ........................................................................................................ 4-8
Other Components ............................................................................................................ 4-8
Liquid Crystal Display ................................................................................................. 4-8
LCD Backlight (Model 678 Only) ................................................................................ 4-8
Probe Switch .............................................................................................................. 4-9
Mode Button............................................................................................................... 4-9
Timer Button (678 Only) ............................................................................................. 4-9
Serial Communications Port ....................................................................................... 4-9
Horn ........................................................................................................................... 4-9
5. TROUBLESHOOTING....................................................................................................... 5-1
Error Codes ....................................................................................................................... 5-1
Equipment Required.......................................................................................................... 5-2
Troubleshooting Table....................................................................................................... 5-3
Field Serviceable Repairs.................................................................................................. 5-8
Field Serviceable Parts...................................................................................................... 5-8
Model 678/679 Replacement Parts.................................................................................... 5-9
Replacement Parts-Circuit Board Assemblies ................................................................. 5-10
Thermometer Disassembly.............................................................................................. 5-12
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LIST OF FIGURES
FIGURE 1 - THERMOMETER DIAGRAM.............................................................................. 1-1
FIGURE 2 - M678 DISPLAY .................................................................................................. 1-3
FIGURE 3 - SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM .............................................................................. 4-1
FIGURE 4 - PROBE LOGIC CIRCUITRY .............................................................................. 4-6
FIGURE 5 - PROBE LOGIC DIAGRAM ................................................................................. 4-6
FIGURE 6 - SELF-TEST /ERROR TABLE............................................................................. 5-2
FIGURE 7 - THERMOMETER ASSEMBLY DRAWING ....................................................... 5-13
FIGURE 8 - MAIN PCA........................................................................................................ 5-14
FIGURE 9 - ELECTRONICS ASSEMBLY............................................................................ 5-15
FIGURE 10 - SCHEMATICS................................................................................................ 5-17
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WARRANTY
3-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ON NEW M678 AND ON M679 ONE PER ROOM
INSTRUMENTS. 1-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ON NEW M679 INSTRUMENT:
Instrumentation purchased new from Welch Allyn, Inc. (Welch Allyn) is warranted to
be free from original defects in material and workmanship under normal use and
service for a period of three years for the M678 and one per room M679 and one
year for the M679 from the date of first shipment from Welch Allyn. This warranty
shall be fulfilled by Welch Allyn or its authorized representative repairing or replacing
at Welch Allyn's discretion, any such defect, free of charge for parts and labor.
Welch Allyn should be notified via telephone of any defective product and the item
should be immediately returned, securely packaged and postage prepaid to Welch
Allyn. Loss or damage in shipment shall be at purchaser's risk.
Welch Allyn will not be responsible for loss associated with the use of any Welch Allyn
product that (1) has had the serial number defaced, (2) has been repaired by anyone
other than an authorized Welch Allyn Service Representative, (3) has been altered, or
(4) has been used in a manner other than in accordance with instructions.
THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OR
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR OTHER
WARRANTY OF QUALITY, WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. WELCH ALLYN
WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
The information in this manual has been carefully reviewed and is believed to be
accurate; however, no responsibility is assumed for inaccuracies. Furthermore, this
information does not convey to the purchaser of Welch Allyn or Diatek devices any
license under the patent rights to the manufacturer.
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SPECIFICATIONS
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Case Dimensions
(nominal):
2.25 in. x 3 in. x 7 in
5.7 cm x 7.6 cm. x 17.8 cm
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Case Material:
ABS Plastic
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Weight (nominal):
10.25 ounces with batteries and probe
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Input:
Welch Allyn Thermistor Probe. P/N 02678-000
(ORAL 4’), P/N 02678-100 (ORAL 9’), 02679-000
(RECTAL 4’), AND 02679 -100 (RECTAL 9’)
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Display range:
28.9o C to 42.2o C (84.0o F to 108.0o F)
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Laboratory Accuracy:
± 0.2o F in the Monitor mode and in a water bath
per Welch Allyn document number 90565-000
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Clinical Accuracy:
Meets the ASTM E1112-86 clinical test standard
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Push buttons:
Mode and Pulse Timer
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Mode Button:
Selects oF/ oC, Oral, Axillary and Monitor Modes
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Probes:
Interchangeable Oral (also used for Axillary) and
Rectal
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Power Source:
Three “AA” Batteries
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Battery Operating Life:
Approximately 5,000 temperature measurements
(At 72o F ambient temperature)
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Display Type:
Liquid Crystal Display, 3½ digits plus special icons
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Operating temperature:
16o C to 40o C (60.8 o F-104o F) @ 15% to 95%
RH non-condensing per ASTM E1112-86
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Storage Temperature:
-20o C to 50o C (-4o F-120o F) @ 15% to 95%
RH non-condensing per ASTM E1112-86
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TERMINOLOGY
Many standard abbreviations are used in this Technical Manual.
Abbreviation
Definition
PCB
printed circuit board
(the board itself)
PCA
printed circuit assembly
(the board with all its components)
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display
BATT
Battery
DMM
Digital Multi-Meter
O-Scope
Oscilloscope
Component Reference Designators include:
Abbreviation
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Definition
C
capacitor
D
diode
E
test point
J
connector jack
L
inductor
P
connector plug
Q
transistor
R
resistor
S
switch
T
transformer
U
integrated circuit
X
crystal, resonator
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1. OPERATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS
Note: This manual describes both the Model 678 and the Model 679 thermometers.
The bulk of the discussion is equally applicable to both products. Where there
are differences, it will be noted as to which instrument the discussion applies.
The Welch Allyn Model 678 and 679 Thermometers are the next generation of
thermistor based medical grade thermometers providing the accuracy and ease of use
of thermistor technology as in the well known Model 675. The Model 678 and Model
679 provide a Normal mode oral temperature in about 4 seconds, significantly faster
than the typical 30-40 second average time to temperature in earlier products.
Basic end user operation of the Model 678 and Model 679 is covered in the User’s
Manual and this manual assumes an understanding of these operations. This chapter
will help you determine if the Model 678/679 is functioning properly and, if it is not,
refer you to the proper section to isolate the problem.
Note: There are many things that can be done to check operation before the unit is
disassembled. This section will cover these normal operating actions.
Basic System Description
The thermometer system consists of five main components: The batteries, the
thermometer instrument, the wall mount, the probe and the probe cover.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
Probe cover box
Display
Timer button (678 only)
Mode button
Probe cover ejection button
6.
7.
8.
9.
Probe Handle
Probe storage well
Probe connector receptacle
Probe cover storage well/ Battery cover
Figure 1 - Thermometer Diagram
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Batteries
The Model 678 and Model 679 thermometers use three standard
alkaline “AA” cells. These batteries are readily available and
provide long life for reduced down time. No battery charging is
required.
Note: The use of Ni-Cad rechargeable batteries is allowed. The
nominal cell voltage of 1.2 volts for Ni-Cad (vs. 1.5 volts for
alkaline) combined with the lower actual capacity than
alkaline will result in a much shorter time between battery
charges than alkaline battery life.
Instrument
The main instrument operates very similarly to the Model 675.
Basic operation has been kept similar to that of the Model 675 to
ease learning and use.
Wall Mount
The wall holder is easily secured to a wall (or rolling stand). An
optional locking mechanism with a removable key for securing the
instrument is available. Through the use of available long probe
cords, the thermometer can be used without removing it from the
wall holder.
Probe
The probe is similar to earlier probes. Model 670/675 probes
are incompatible with Model 678/Model 679 instruments, but
Model 767 and Welch Allyn Vital Signs Monitor probes can be
used in Model 678/Model 679 thermometers.
Probe Covers
The probe covers are unchanged from previous models and are
compatible across all Welch Allyn and Diatek thermistor based
thermometers.
Welch Allyn’s thermistor-based probes can be identified by color
combinations as indicated in the following table.
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Handle
Color
Top
Color
Cord
Color
Connector
Color
Model #
Probe
Type
Green
Green
Green or Black
Green
M600
Oral
Red
Red
Green or Black
Green
M600
Rectal
Green
Green
Green
Modular Phone style
M650
Oral
Red
Red
Green
Modular Phone style
M650
Rectal
White
Blue
White
Blue
M670/M675
Oral
White
Red
White
Red
M670/M675
Rectal
White
Blue
White
White with latch
M678/679/767
Oral
White
Red
White
White with latch
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Operational Characteristics
Self Tests
Instrument Reset/Self Tests
If a problem is reported with an instrument, it is preferred that the user investigate
operation before the unit is reset. However, resetting the electronics is the
recommended starting point in the checkout process.
The batteries must be removed from the instrument to reset the internal
microprocessor electronics. Follow the battery removal instructions in the Preventive
Maintenance section.
Caution: After battery removal, any remaining charge due to internal
capacitance must be discharged to achieve a proper reset. After the
batteries are out, press the Mode or Timer button for about 5 seconds.
The electronics will now properly reset upon new battery installation.
1. Remove the probe from the probe storage well and unplug the probe connector
from the instrument by depressing the locking tab and pulling on the connector
body. Do not pull on the cord.
2. While watching the display, install the batteries per the instructions in the
Preventive Maintenance section and observe the power up self test.
The self test includes several internal microprocessor self tests, instrument electronics
tests and the display test. If there are internal electronics problems detected by the
self tests, the error “|X|” icon will be displayed and an audible tone will sound. Refer
to the Error Codes in the Troubleshooting section for an explanation.
Display Test
The display test begins with each display segment and icon being individually lit in
brief and rapid succession. Immediately after this, all display segments and icons are
simultaneously illuminated briefly followed by a display of the software revision in this
instrument. The beeper also briefly sounds at the beginning of the test. At the end of
the test, the display goes blank.
Figure 2 - M678 Display
Note: If a probe is installed during this power up time, the probe type will be displayed
as the last item before the display blanks. At this point, there should be no
probe connected to the instrument.
If there is no display, any missing segments, or no beeper, refer to the
Troubleshooting section.
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Probe Warmer Circuit Self Tests
Proper instrument functionality should be verified first as described in the Instrument
Reset/Self Tests section (above) before a probe is installed. With a properly
functioning instrument, the probe can be run through the self test. If the instrument is
functioning properly and a probe is installed, the instrument will initiate the probe
warmer self test during the instrument reset self test and whenever a probe is
plugged in.
If an instrument has passed the Instrument Reset/Self Tests section, install the
probe connector and observe the display of the probe type. For Models 678 and 679,
the probe type will display for approximately 2 seconds.
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If the display does not show “OrL” or “Aly” with an Oral/Axillary probe plugged in,
or “rEC” with a Rectal probe plugged in, there is a problem with either the probe or
the probe connector in the instrument.
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If the display goes blank after the probe type display, the probe has passed its
tests and the instrument is ready for use. Do not withdraw the probe during this
self test.
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If the display shows the malfunction icon |X|, refer to the Troubleshooting
section.
Note: Handle the probe only by the probe handle, not the metal shaft. When
removing a probe, disconnect the connector by pressing the locking tab and
pulling on the connector body. Do not pull it by the cord.
If there are any problems with probe initialization, refer to the Troubleshooting
section.
Battery Life
Under normal use, battery life is expected to provide approximately 5,000 temperature
measurements. This number is based on a 22.2°C (72.0°F) ambient temperature,
with the security features turned off. Colder ambient temperatures, excessive security
alarms, use of non-alkaline batteries, and other usage patterns can reduce battery life.
Instruments are shipped with fresh batteries, but we cannot guarantee full life from the
first set of batteries due to potential long storage times between shipping and actual
use. Battery life can also be reduced by storage at elevated temperatures.
If you are experiencing short battery life, refer to Battery Life Problems in the
Troubleshooting section.
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Operational Characteristics
Normal Mode
After instrument and probe warmer self tests, the system is ready for use. Normal
mode operation is the rapid mode of temperature taking. This is the default mode and
is automatically selected when the probe is withdrawn from the probe well.
1. Upon withdrawal of the probe from its storage well, every segment on the display
will be illuminated. Watch for the display to change from the all segments test to
the probe type display; “OrL/Aly” or “rEC”, depending on the probe and algorithm
type , followed by °C or °F, whichever is selected. This display might take several
seconds to appear. At the same time that the probe type is displayed, a short
beep will sound.
2. At this point, load a probe cover and take a temperature.
To change between the Oral and the Axillary algorithms; place the instrument in
Ready mode as described above, and press the Mode button for approximately two
seconds. Observe that the display changes between “Orl” and “Aly” every time the
Mode button is pressed for more than two seconds.
Note: It is possible that the display will switch from the probe type display to the
“walking segments” display and back again several times before the probe is
inserted in the mouth. This is acceptable operation and will not adversely
effect the temperature taken.
The thermometer will automatically switch to Monitor mode under some conditions.
These are:
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If the prediction algorithm has not been activated for more than 60 seconds after
taking the probe out of the storage well.
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If the instrument determines that room temperature is above 33.9°C (93.0°F).
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If the thermometer is unable to predict an oral temperature after 15 seconds due
to improper technique such as excessive probe movement.
With correct use, the patient’s temperature will be displayed in about 4 seconds for
Model 678 and for Model 679. The instrument will beep to signal completion of the
Normal mode temperature cycle.
Note: The thermometer reads the probe temperature immediately upon removal from
the storage well. If the probe was just placed into the storage well from a
previous temperature and immediately extracted, insufficient time may have
passed to allow the probe to cool to room temperature. This will result in the
instrument determining room temperature to be higher than actual. This could
result in the instrument switching to Monitor mode immediately if it detects
room temperature to be above 33.9°C (93.0°F). For best results, the user
should wait at least 30 seconds between Normal mode temperatures.
If the probe is left out of the storage well after completion of a Normal mode
temperature, the unit will shut down after 30 seconds to conserve power. Simply
replace the probe in the storage well to prepare for the next temperature.
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Monitor Mode
The instrument can be placed in Monitor mode by pressing and holding the Mode
switch for two seconds after a predictive (normal) temperature has been taken. This
mode will be indicated on the display by a capital M in the bottom right corner. Monitor
mode provides a direct readout of the probe temperature.
This mode of operation has the ability to provide long term monitoring of a patient’s
temperature. Unlike Predictive mode, Monitor mode will follow a temperature as it
rises or falls.
The typical slow rise in temperature when Monitor mode is used is due mainly to the
mouth temperature slowly recovering from placement of the colder (room
temperature) probe. The probe itself is actually very fast at rising to the temperature
of its surroundings, usually within a few seconds. Because of this slow mouth
recovery, the recommended time to wait before recording a Monitor mode oral
temperature is 3 minutes. Similarly, the recommended waiting period for an axillary
temperature taken in Monitor mode is 5 minutes.
Monitor mode is also useful in testing the accuracy of the combined probe/instrument
system when the probe can be warmed to a known temperature, as with a Welch Allyn
Model 9600 Calibration Tester or in a circulating water bath.
Note: The instrument will shut off automatically if the probe temperature remains
below 28.9°C (84.0°F) or above 42.2 °C (108.0 °F) for more than 5 minutes.
If Monitor mode does not display expected temperatures or exhibits other problems,
refer to the Troubleshooting section.
Pulse Timer Mode (Model 678 only)
Pulse Timer mode is activated from a Low Power or Recall mode by pressing the
Timer button. Whenever the unit enters the Pulse Timer mode, it will emit an audio
beep at 0, 15, 30, 45 and 60 seconds. The display will then count up one second at a
time, “01”, “02”, ..., “60”.
Pulse timer mode will be terminated automatically upon completion of a 60 second
count and go back to low-power mode. The pulse timer can be shut off at anytime
during the 0-60 count by pressing the Timer button, the Mode button or removing the
probe from the probe holder. Connecting a probe will also terminate the pulse timer.
If the timer does not work or exhibits other problems, refer to Timer Problems in the
Troubleshooting section.
Backlight (Model 678 only)
The backlight is turned on automatically in any mode except Low Power. Once the
backlight is turned on, it will automatically shut off whenever the instrument goes into
Low Power mode.
The backlight provides a display light for use in dark rooms. The LCD is backlit such
that all readings are clearly readable in a darkened room from a distance of 18 inches.
If the backlight does not work or is showing other problems refer to the Backlight
Problems section in the Troubleshooting section.
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Operational Characteristics
F/C Conversion
When a final temperature is displayed (in Normal, Recall, or Monitor mode), pressing
and releasing the Mode button will toggle the temperature between °F/°C.
Note: A recalled temperature will be displayed in whichever scale (°F/°C) is selected
at the time of recall. This can also be changed during display.
If pressing the Mode button does not change the scale of the displayed temperature,
refer to Mode Button Problems in the Troubleshooting section.
Temperature Recall
Whenever the instrument is in Low Power or Pulse Timer mode, pressing and
releasing the Mode button will cause the most recent predicted temperature to be
displayed for 5 seconds. An “A”, “O”, or “R” will be displayed near the lower right
corner of the LCD, designating Axillary, Oral and Rectal temperatures for the recalled
temperature. Pressing the Pulse Timer button will interrupt the temperature recall
function.
Note: No Monitor temperatures will be saved for recall. When a temperature is
recalled, the mode in which it was obtained (axillary, oral or rectal) will be
shown independent of the present mode.
If the last temperature can not be recalled, refer to Temperature Recall Problems in
the Troubleshooting section.
Biotech Mode
To enter this special program mode:
1. Place the thermometer in the wall holder.
2. Press and hold the Mode button, and at the same time remove the probe from the
probe well.
Press the Mode button approximately 2 seconds to move sequentially through the
various program categories. Changes within each category can be made by
momentarily pressing and releasing the Mode button.
Upon entering the Biotech mode, the following features and selections become
available. A number is provided in the flag area to indicate which Biotech category is
displayed.
To exit Biotech mode at any time, insert the probe into the probe well. Replacing the
probe into the probe holder returns the unit to normal operation. The Biotech mode
will automatically time out after 5 minutes of inactivity.
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If you cannot enter the Biotech mode, refer to Biotech Mode Problems in the
Troubleshooting section.
Function
Settings
1. Software Version
Observe the display, The display should show “r X.X” where
“X.X” is a number such as 2.3. This can be helpful when
discussing operation with Welch Allyn customer support.
Press the Mode button for more than two seconds to
advance to the Default Algorithm.
2. Default Algorithm
Oral/Axillary Modes
Three settings are available to set the default predictive
algorithm: oral, axillary or last prediction. To change the
default algorithm, momentarily press the Mode button to
advance to the next algorithm. The instrument will be placed
in the selected algorithm after the probe has been returned
to the probe well. When replacing the batteries, the power-up
setting is the oral predictive algorithm.
Press the Mode button for more than two seconds to
advance to the Battery Voltage.
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3. Battery Voltage
This section displays the current battery voltage with 10 mV
resolution. The battery is considered acceptable if it
measures higher than 3.4 volts. New batteries should
produce 4.5 volts or more. Each thermometer is factory
tested for accuracy down to a supply voltage of 2.9 volts. At
3.2 volts, the low battery indicator (battery icon) will flash.
When the battery voltage is 3.0 volts or less, the low battery
indicator will display without flashing. Three double beeps
are generated, followed by a blank display. At this point
temperature taking is disallowed.
4. Predictive Temperature
Counter
This section displays the count of the number of predictive
temperature actuations that have occurred since last cleared
(in 100’s). Replacing the batteries will clear the counter. The
power-up setting is 0.
5. Anti-Theft Temperature
Counter System
(Model 678 only)
The user can select the anti-theft time out based upon a
predictive temperature counter that can be set as 0, 25, 50,
100 and 200 (0=disabled).
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The unit will not function when the predictive temperature
counter has reached the user set parameter. The unit will
display a warning consisting of a digit representing the
last 5 counts (i.e. 5,4,...1,) and will display “SEC” on the
LCD for five seconds when the probe is returned to the
storage channel after the temperature is complete or
after 30 seconds with the final temperature displayed.
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When the unit enters the alarm state, it will double beep
for approximately 10 seconds and display “SEC” on the
LCD. This function is deactivated at power-up.
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6. Instant Anti-Theft
Audio Alarm System
(Model 678 only)
The user can select an anti-theft option that instructs the
instrument to beep continuously (beginning after
approximately 5 seconds) whenever the unit is removed from
the wall holder.
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The user must defeat the Instant Anti-Theft Audio Alarm
within 30 seconds after removal from the wall holder by
holding the Mode button and removing the probe from
the probe well, or by returning the unit to the wall holder.
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After 30 seconds, the instrument must be returned to the
wall holder to silence and reset the Instant Anti-Theft
Audio Alarm.
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Once in the Instant Anti-Theft Audio Alarm state, the
instrument will continue the audio alarm until power is
exhausted or until the unit is returned to the wall holder.
Note: At power-up, this mode is deactivated.
7. Error Log (Function 5
in the Model 679)
The instrument will save the last 10 error messages that
occur and display those messages in a last in first viewed
sequence. While in error log, the display reads E x.x. To
display the next error, momentarily press the mode button.
Note: Battery removal will clear the error log of all error
messages.
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2. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
The following preventive maintenance is recommended to maximize uninterrupted
service with the M678 and M679 SureTemp Thermometers. Units which are in service
on a regular basis should have the following preventive maintenance performed every
6 months:
1. Visually inspect the thermometer for physical damage which might cause future
product failure.
2. Clean the unit per instructions in the Directions for Use manual supplied with the
thermometer and/or per the instructions below.
3. Perform the Power-Up Display test, Startup Display test and Model 9600
Calibration Testing procedure found in the Model 9600 Operation Manual.
Units which are stored for an extended period and not used should have the following
performed every 12 months:
1. Replace the batteries according to the procedures found in the Directions for Use
manual.
2. Perform the Power-Up Display test, Startup Display test and Model 9600
Calibration Testing procedure found in the Model 9600 Operation Manual.
Cleaning and Sterilization
Routine Cleaning
Clean the exterior of both the Model 678 or Model 679 instrument, the wall mount and
the probe as needed. Wipe all surfaces with a clean cloth dampened with warm water
and a mild detergent, alcohol, or a nonstaining disinfectant such as Sporicidin Spray
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and Towelettes or MetriSpray cleanser . Care should be taken to not scratch the
LCD faceplate. Make sure that the cloth is damp, but not too wet.
Note: Do not allow cleaning solution to run inside the instrument. Never immerse the
thermometer into the cleaning solution. Never autoclave the thermometer or
probe.
ETO Gas Sterilization Procedure
When no other form of decontamination such as a germicidal wipe is acceptable, a
low temperature (not to exceed 48.9°C [120°F]) ETO gas sterilization cycle may be
used. Refer to your institution’s standard operating procedure for the length of the
cycle.
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This type of sterilization may cause some hazing of glossy plastic surfaces and should
be used only when absolutely necessary.
1. Ensure that the probe is removed from its storage well and disconnected from the
instrument.
2. Remove any probe covers from the probe and from the probe cover storage well.
3. Remove the batteries following the instructions in the Battery Removal and
Replacement section below.
WARNING: Leaving batteries in the thermometer during the sterilization
procedure may present an explosion hazard.
4. Wrap the thermometer in a standard sterilization type packaging such as the
Baxter Tower Dualpeel Sterilization Pouch.
5. ETO gas sterilize at a temperature not to exceed 48.9°C (120°F) and aerate.
6. Remove the sterilization packaging.
7. Before installing the batteries and probe, allow the probe and instrument to
stabilize to room temperature for at least one hour.
8. Reinstall the batteries (see Battery Removal and Replacement below) and verify
a successful self test.
9. Install the probe connector and insert the probe into the storage well to start the
probe initialization process.
10. Verify proper calibration of the thermometer and probe using the Welch Allyn
Model 9600 Calibration Tester.
Battery Removal and Replacement
1. Using a flat surface, lay the thermometer on its front panel.
2. Remove the PROBE COVER BOX HOLDER on the back of the instrument by
pressing with thumb and middle finger on the “dimples” located in the sides of
PROBE COVER BOX HOLDER. The batteries are located under the PROBE
COVER BOX HOLDER.
3. Remove the batteries by pulling on the ribbon located under them.
4. Press either the Mode or the Timer button for approximately five seconds to
discharge the electronics.
5. Install 3 new “AA” batteries according to the battery polarities marked inside the
battery compartment. Verify that the thermometer completes self-test, then goes
blank.
CAUTION: Incorrect battery polarity may result in damage to the thermometer.
6. Reinstall the PROBE COVER BOX HOLDER.
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3. CALIBRATION TESTING
The Calibration Key provides a convenient means of testing the thermometer.
Calibration Key Procedure
1. Extract the probe and disconnect it from the thermometer.
2. Insert the Calibration Key (part number 01637-000) into the probe connector
receptacle on the thermometer and observe the display. The display should read
CAL for two seconds, and then go blank.
3. Insert a probe shaft into the probe storage well and remove it to initiate a
temperature taking cycle. Wait for the display test and then observe the display.
The display must read between 97.1°F and 97.5°F inclusive for the calibration of
the instrument to be correct.
4. Remove the Calibration Key and reinstall the probe connector plug.
5. Then install the probe into the probe storage well.
Note: This Cal Key test does not test the probe. To do so requires the use of the
Welch Allyn Model 9600 Calibration Tester.
If the reading from the Cal Key is not within the specified range or you are having
other problems with the use of the Cal Key, refer to Cal Key Problems in the
Troubleshooting section.
Model 9600 Calibration Testing Procedure
The Model 9600 Calibration Tester provides a convenient means of testing the entire
thermometer system (instrument and probe).
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The 9600 must be warmed up and stable at one of the two available temperature
settings.
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The thermistor based instrument under test must be in Monitor mode and no probe
cover loaded.
The probe is inserted into the small hole in the dry heat well of the 9600 and allowed
to settle for a minimum of 2 minutes to the final temperature. The reading on the
thermometer must be within the range specified on the 9600. Refer to the Model 9600
Operation Manual for complete instructions.
Note: All Welch Allyn and Diatek thermometers (thermistor and infrared ear
thermometers) can be checked in the Model 9600.
If you are having problems with the use of the Model 9600, refer to the
Troubleshooting section in the Model 9600 Operation Manual.
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4. THEORY OF OPERATION
Technical Overview
The heart of the Model 678 and Model 679 is comprised of two integrated circuits
which provide most of the microcontroller and analog circuit functions.
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All control and display functions are governed by the microcontroller (U1).
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All probe analog data interfacing to the microcontroller is provided by U2.
U2 functions as an A/D converter.
MODEL 678 PCA
NEC UPD78064 uP
A/D
Converter
Circuit
Voltage
Reference
Circuit
16 bit
Timer
Battery
Detector
Circuit
CPU
Serial Port
Serial
I/O
irDA
Circuitry
Timer
LCD
Driver
8 bit
A/D
Horn
Driver
Mode Button
Timer Button
Backlight
Circuit
Liquid
Crystal
Display
Probe
Warmer
Circuit
Probe
Logic
Circuit
Horn
PROBE ASSEMBLY
Probe Connector
3 AA Battery
Pack
Four
Conductor
Coil Cord
Thermistor
Probe
Warmer
Figure 3 - System Block Diagram
Probe resistance measurements are made by ratioing pulse widths which are
generated in U2 by sequentially switching in a calibration resistor and the probe
thermistor. These pulse widths are measured by the microprocessor, which calculates
the probe resistance. The actual probe temperature is then calculated from the probe
resistance.
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Probe Enhancements
The Model 678 and Model 679 thermometers have the capability to detect probe type oral / axillary vs. rectal. This allows the oral temperature-taking to be as fast as
possible by using different operating modes based on probe type. Axillary
temperatures are measured with oral probes in combination with the axillary mode,
providing a temperature reading in about 15 seconds. Rectal probes give a Normal
mode temperature in about 15 seconds for both models.
Probe type recognition also allows the use of minor differences in prediction
parameters tailored to the temperature taking site to help increase speed over
previous products.
The probe type is communicated to the thermometer by the use of shorting jumpers
between the ground and two of the probe connector contacts. Model 678 / 679
oral/axillary probes also incorporate a warming resistor in the tip to pre-warm the
probe before placement in the mouth or axilla, thus speeding response even further.
Probe Switch
The probe switch (S4) is activated by the probe shaft when the probe is installed or
removed from its storage well. Placing the probe into the storage well pulls processor
pin 15 high via R6. When the probe is removed, this line is pulled low. This signal is
also routed to test connector J4 pin 5 to allow automated testing of this function during
factory test. R6 allows this line to be pulled high or low at J4 during factory test
regardless of the actual switch position.
CAUTION: For the technician, J4 serves as a convenient set of “test points”
to monitor proper operation of all user switch functions.
BE CAREFUL WITH STATIC DISCHARGE! J4 TIES DIRECTLY
TO CMOS PROCESSOR INPUTS WHICH ARE EASILY DAMAGED
BY STATIC DISCHARGE. FOLLOW PROPER ESD HANDLING
TECHNIQUES.
Normal Mode
The Oral/Axillary probe is pre-warmed using a pulse width modulation (PWM)
controller to 33.9°C (93°F) upon extraction from the storage well.
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When the probe is first extracted and colder than 33.9°C, the heater pulse widths
are at a maximum percentage ON vs. OFF to warm the probe quickly.
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When the probe reaches 33.9°C, the pulse widths narrow to a duty cycle just
enough to maintain temperature.
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When the probe is placed in the mouth, the heat supplied by the mouth makes the
pulse widths reduce to zero. This reduction to zero (and the probe being at least
up to 33.1°C / 91.6° F) triggers the start of the prediction algorithm.
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The shape of the rising temperature curve is monitored and the best fit to a curve is
found. When the curve fit is stable, the final predicted temperature is displayed.
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In the oral mode, if the prediction criteria is not met within 15 seconds of starting
the prediction process, it will automatically switch to Monitor mode.
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In the axillary mode, if the prediction criteria is not met within 30 seconds of
starting the prediction process, the thermometer displays a final temperature but
also indicates that the probe is out of position.
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In the oral or axillary mode, if the ambient temperature is above 33.9°C (93.0°F)
the unit will automatically switch to Monitor mode.
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Rectal probes are not prewarmed. Rectal temperature measurements will take
about 15 seconds.
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Within 60 seconds after the probe is removed from the well, if the prediction
process has not started, the thermometer will switch to Monitor mode.
Power Supply
The Model 678 contains a battery pack made up of 3 AA size batteries. This provides
a maximum supply voltage of about 4.8 volts. Power is drawn from the three AA
alkaline cells directly to the circuit electronics. The voltage from the batteries is
unregulated but filtered by capacitor C25. The power supply voltage will range from
about 4.8 volts with new batteries to 3.0 volts at shut down.
The thermometer has two low battery voltage indications.
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The first is a warning that batteries are getting low and is indicated by the battery
icon flashing in the display. This begins when the batteries fall to about 3.2 volts.
Accuracy is not affected during low battery warning indication.
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When the batteries fall to approximately 3.0 volts, the low battery error condition is
defined to exist. Operation is halted and the E2.1 error message is stored in
memory. At this point, the batteries must be replaced and the thermometer
electronics reset. See Reset Self/Tests on page 4 and on page v.
Low Battery Detection
The Model 678 includes a low battery detector circuit which shuts the device off when
the battery degrades to 3 volts. This ensures that erroneous temperature readings
are not given due to a low battery. For this operation, the reference voltage (VREF) is
measured by software using channel 1 of the 8 bit A/D in the microprocessor. The
A/D is powered with the battery voltage (VCC) through Q12. A/D channel 1 is
compared to the full scale on the A/D. As the battery voltage gets lower, channel 1
readings get higher. A reading above a fixed limit indicates a weak battery.
Exceeding another limit indicates a dead battery and the device will shut off.
Microcontroller
A NEC UPD78064 or UPD78063 single chip microcontroller in a QFP package (U1) is
used for signal digitizing, data processing, program memory addressing and storage,
and I/O interfacing. The microcontroller also includes an LCD controller/driver which
allows internal conversion of CMOS logic levels to a data format capable of driving the
Model 678/679 LCD. In this application, the microcontroller is running at
approximately 2.5 MHz, which is achieved by using a 4.9152 MHz Crystal (X1).
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Reset/Self Tests
Upon battery installation, (assuming that the electronics have been discharged
sufficiently by pressing a user button with batteries removed) the microprocessor
receives a power up reset signal from the components associated with the reset line at
U1-12. When power is applied continuously, C3 is charged slowly through R7,
providing an active low reset to the microprocessor.
When the reset signal is complete, the microprocessor launches a series of self
checks which include RAM test, ROM test, instruction set test, self calibration tests
(electronics accuracy test, hi cal, low cal), probe warmer circuitry tests, probe test,
battery voltage test and ambient temperature test. Any failures here will cause a
specific error code to be displayed to assist debugging.
Microprocessor Clock
The clock for the microprocessor is generated by X1 and capacitors C26 and C27,
which form a 4.9152 MHz. oscillator circuit. The microcontroller is running at
approximately 2.5 MHz, which is achieved by internally dividing the frequency of
oscillation by two.
Temperature Measurement and Display
The thermometer probes incorporate negative temperature coefficient thermistors.
When the temperature of the probe is increased, its electrical resistance decreases.
Model 678 and 679 use “20K” thermistors, so they are at approximately 20 Kohms at
room temperature. At 37 °C (98.6 °F) they are near 12 Kohms. The change in
resistance is nonlinear with temperature, and an equation describing this curve is
programmed into the thermometer.
Temperature Measurement A/D Converter
The primary function of the temperature measurement A/D converter circuit is to
convert a measured resistance into a 16-bit word, which is then used by the
microprocessor to calibrate itself and calculate a temperature.
Theory of Operation
The A/D circuit is made up of 4 major parts:
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The resistance to be measured (either the probe thermistor, the PTBCAL resistor,
or the HICAL resistor).
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The timing capacitor (C21, 0.33uF) and associated driver circuitry
(Q1-Q4, Q9, R15, and R30).
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A low bias dual voltage comparator (U2, TLC555).
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A 16 bit timer internal to the microprocessor.
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Theory of Operation
In effect, this is a single slope converter which measures the time constant of the
measured resistance combined with a fixed capacitance. The time constant is
measured by counting the time it takes for the voltage to decay from a fixed initial
voltage level to a fixed lower voltage. The ratio of this pulse width and the pulse width
corresponding to a known calibration resistance (R13, 11.55K) is used to calculate the
measured resistance. Once the resistance is known, the corresponding temperature
is calculated using the thermistor temperature equation. Because the M678 uses this
‘ratio cal’ method for measuring the thermistor resistance, the device is immune to a
number of gain errors which can be measured and corrected using software.
Circuit Description
Initially, the microprocessor simultaneously discharges both sides of the capacitor.
This is accomplished by bringing A/D TRIGGER high which turns on Q9, pulling one
side of capacitor C21 to ground. This also turns on Q1, Q2, and Q3 via PROBE_SEL,
PTBCAL_SEL, and HICAL_SEL, which allows the other side to discharge through the
thermistor R8(12.1K) and R13(11.55K).
Once capacitor C21 has been fully discharged, the probe thermistor is then selected
by switching the PTBCAL and the HICAL resistor paths off. The microprocessor then
forces the A/D TRIGGER signal to go low turning on Q4, which lifts one end of
capacitor C21 up to VREF(2.4v).
Because there can be no instantaneous voltage drop across capacitor C21, the other
side of the capacitor immediately goes to 2.4v. This exceeds the threshold
voltage(1.6v) of U2(TLC555), causing the output A/D_OUT to go low. At this point,
the capacitor begins to discharge from 2.4v to 0v through the thermistor resistor.
The output of the comparator goes high again when its input reaches the trigger
voltage(0.8 volts). This produces a pulse of length equal to the time it takes for the
capacitor to discharge from 1.6v to 0.8v through the thermistor.
The microprocessor measures this pulse width using an internal 16-bit timer and then
the same A/D conversion is performed using the HICAL resistor as the measurand
resistance. The microprocessor performs the following calculation that ratios these
two pulse widths to determine the exact resistance of the thermistor:
Rthermistor
( PWthermistor ) . ( Rhical)
PWhical
The microprocessor then uses the following equation to convert the measured
resistance into a temperature:
1
Temperature_in_Kelvin
Ra
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Q4 and Q5 and the base resistors R15 and R30 form the level shifter and drive circuit
for the fixed end of the timing capacitor. R15 (4.7K) is selected to give adequate
saturation on-resistance. R30 (10K) is selected so that a float on the input will not
cause damage from cross-conduction if the input is left floating, yet supply enough
current to the timing capacitor during recovery. Q4 and Q9 exhibit only a few millivolts
of saturation voltage, which does not affect the accuracy of the A/D as described
above.
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C21 is the surface mount timing capacitor. This capacitor is selected for low
dielectric absorption, hence the high voltage rating (50V).
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D4 and R16 protect the comparator from input undervoltage when the timing
capacitor (C21) is discharged. D4 also reduces the recovery time by limiting the
voltage at the beginning of recovery to 0.6 volts instead of 2/3VREF.
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C5 provides the first line of defense from EMI (Electro Magnetic Interference)
coming in on the probe. R33 and C18 protect Q1 from rectifying EMI in the
substrate diode. R16 protects the comparator input from overcurrent.
Probe Identification Logic
Basic Function
The probe logic circuitry is needed to determine which type of probe is connected to
the device. This allows the microprocessor to initiate the proper algorithm for
converting a thermistor measurement into a temperature. Figure 4 lists the probe
logic circuitry and Figure 5 shows the logic diagram.
PROBE LOGIC
SIGNAL
ORAL
RECTAL
CAL KEY
NO PROBE
PROBE_0
0
0
1
1
PROBE_1
0
1
0
1
Figure 4 - Probe Logic Circuitry
VCC
1
R10
1M
R11
1M
2
Probe Connector
PCB
1
2
PROBE_1
To Microprocessor
NO CUT FOR ORAL
CUT HERE
FOR RECTAL
J1F
PROBE_0
J1C
1
1
C19
0.01UF
2
2
C20
0.01UF
CUT HERE
FOR CAL KEY
Figure 5 - Probe Logic Diagram
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Circuit Operation
R10, R11 (both 1 MΩ pullup resistors to reduce battery drain), J1-F(PROBE_1), J1C(PROBE_0) and J1-E(GND) are used to provide logic 0 or 1 inputs to U1-17 and U118 depending on whether a probe or cal key has been plugged into the Model 678
probe connector receptacle. When a probe has been plugged in, the software
determines whether it is Oral, Axillary, Rectal, or a Cal Key as follows:
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When J1-C (CAL) and J1-F (RCTL) are both connected to J1-E (GND) (by
jumpers installed in the Model 678 probe PCB), the software determines that the
probe is an Oral probe;
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When J1-C (CAL) is connected to J1-E (GND), but J1-F (RCTL) is not connected
to J1-E (GND), the software determines that the probe is Rectal probe;
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When J1-F (RCTL) is connected to J1-E (GND), but J1-C (CAL) is not connected
to J1-E (GND), the software determines that the probe is a Calibration Key;
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When neither J1-C (CAL) or J1-F (RCTL) are connected to J1-E (GND), the software
determines that no probe has been plugged in.
C19 and C20, both 0.01 uF capacitors, are bypass capacitors used to filter out
spurious noise to the microprocessor on the probe input lines J1-F(PROBE_1) and
J1-C(PROBE_2).
Probe Warming ( Oral probes only)
Probe characteristics vary somewhat due to normal production process variations. It
is desirable to warm the probe as efficiently as possible from a time-to-ready
standpoint and from a temperature stability standpoint when the probe is up to
temperature.
The probe warming process is a closed loop feedback control system incorporating
PWM (pulse width modulation) control.
The probe warmer circuitry is used to heat the probe tip prior to taking a temperature
reading in order to speed the convergence of the prediction algorithm. This allows
quicker temperature readings. A fail safe hardware shutoff circuit is included to ensure
the heater will shut off in the event of a software failure.
Theory of Operation
The microprocessor sends pulses via /HTRC to drive the probe heater resistor which
heats the probe tip. A temperature of about 93°F is maintained prior to taking a
temperature.
A software algorithm calculates the width of the HTRC pulse as a function of the
difference between the probe temperature and 93°F, and as a function of the probe
temperature rate of change. It provides an initial pulse to rapidly heat up the probe tip to
the 90°F region and then supplies progressively shorter pulses as the probe temperature
converges to about 93°F. Once 93°F is reached, software continues to send a “control”
pulse to maintain the temperature.
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Circuit Operation
The warmer circuitry consists of Q5, Q13, Q14, C1, C2, L1, D1, R1, R2, R3, R4, R5,
R31, R32, and the heater resistor (27 ohms) connected across J1B and J1E.
Line /HTRQ is pulled low by the uP which enables Q13 to turn on. /HTRC is then pulsed
low which brings the base of Q5 low via capacitor C1. Q5 turns on which in turn enables
Q14 on. Base current from Q14 flows through R31 (1K) and R32 (1K). Most of this
current flows through the emitter of Q5 while some flows through R1 (470K) to satisfy the
diode drop of Q5’s BE junction. The base current of Q5 along with the current through
R1 flows into C1(1uF), charging it up. This sets up the mechanism for the hardware
shutoff. As this capacitor charges up, the base voltage of Q5 approaches the emitter
voltage and the transistor shuts off, thereby shutting down the probe warmer. As long as
Q5 remains on, Q14 has a base current flowing which allows current to flow from its
collector through R2 (4.7K) and the heater resistor. With about 150mA flowing through it
([VCC-2VCEsat]/29 ohms), the heater resistor heats up the probe tip.
During normal operation, software turns the warmer circuit on and off. The width of the
pulse on HTRC determines how long Q5 is turned on, thereby determining how long the
heater is heating. Once the HTRC pulse goes high again, the base of Q5 is pulled high
turning it off, and the capacitor discharges to VCC through D1.
Q13 and Q14 are selected for their low saturation on voltage. D1 is a diode clamp
used to keep the base of Q5 from attaining a much higher voltage than VCC. R4(47K)
and R2(4.7K) in combination with R3(47K), serve as pull down resistors ensuring that
the processor feedback lines (U1-34 and U1-35) go low immediately upon warmer
component shut off. C2 serves as an RFI suppression component.
Other Components
Liquid Crystal Display
The model 678 and Model 679 use a liquid crystal display to display data to the user.
Three communication lines and 18 segment lines connect the LCD to the display
driver (U1-60 to U1-80) internal to the NEC microprocessor. The LCD is 3:1
multiplexed with 1/2 bias. The bias voltages (1.5 volts, and 3.0 volts) are supplied to
the display driver by the voltage reference circuit
The LCD glass is electrically tied to the display PCB via an elastomeric connector
sandwiched and compressed between the glass and the PCB by the frame. This
assembly, if taken apart, cannot be reassembled without replacing the frame.
LCD Backlight (Model 678 Only)
The backlight is a low power LED which illuminates the back of the LCD display. The
backlight will be turned on automatically in any mode except Low Power. Once the
backlight is turned on, it will automatically shut off whenever the instrument goes into
Low Power mode.
Battery power is applied to current limiter resistor R23 and LED D3. When
microprocessor signal /BLIGHTCTL at pin 42 goes low, current is allowed to flow
through the LED. The amount of current is approximately 2 milliamps, depending on
the Battery voltage Vcc. When the instrument is in Low Power mode / BLIGHTCTL
goes high, turning the LED backlight off to conserve power.
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Probe Switch
When the probe has been inserted in the probe holder, the probe switch (S4) brings
PROBE SW (U1-15) high (VCC). When the probe is removed from the probe holder,
the probe switch brings PROBE SW (U1-15) low (GND). R6 (47K) allows the probe
switch to be overridden by the test port.
Mode Button
The mode button (S2) is a momentary contact switch. A pullup internal to the
microprocessor normally pulls /MODE (U1-25) high, placing a logic “1” at this input.
When depressed, S2 provides a momentary contact to ground at /MODE giving it a
logic level of “0”. The software continuously checks /MODE. If the thermometer is not
in the process of taking a temperature, pressing the Mode button will wake up the
thermometer and display the last recorded temperature.
Timer Button (678 Only)
The timer button (S1) is also a momentary contact switch. A pullup internal to the
microprocessor normally pulls /PTIMER (U1-26) high, placing a logic “1” at this input.
When depressed, S1 provides a momentary contact to ground at /PTIMER giving it a
logic level of “0”. The software continuously checks /PTIMER.
Serial Communications Port
Transmit , receive data and control CMOS-level signals are made available for test or
system integration via J4. The contacts of J4 are laid out so they are accessible
through a slot in the rear of the case. Communications on a cable length of over one
foot should be driven with external RS232 or other line driving circuitry.
Horn
The horn is activated at the start of a temperature taking cycle, at the end of a Normal
mode temperature cycle, during timer operation at 0, 15, 30, 45 and 60 seconds, and
for various error conditions.
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A short duration single beep is indicative of normal operation.
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A short duration double beep is used to indicate errors and warnings such as
switching from Normal mode to Monitor mode during a temperature cycle.
The horn is a piezoelectric ceramic resonator driven by the processor square wave.
The horn control signal comes from U1 pin 49. It directly drives the horn LS1.
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5. TROUBLESHOOTING
Many thermometer operational parameters can be tested for proper operation before
the unit is taken apart and without needing any tools. Refer to Operational
Characteristics on page 1-1 and in particular to the Setup and Biotech Mode
sections for guidance on preliminary checks.
If the trouble seems to be calibration related, refer to Calibration Testing on
page 3-1.
If these sections do not prove useful in resolving the problem and you are sure that
the instrument is not performing properly, the following sections should guide you
through the debugging process given the proper tools and equipment.
Error Codes
Error codes are divided into four classes:
Probe
Probe errors are generated by the probe or the probe connector and are
not errors generated by the thermometer. They do require that
temperature measuring be inhibited until the error is cleared. There is no
limit to the number of times a probe error can occur. All probe problems
are considered by the thermometer to be recoverable. When a probe error
occurs, the probe icon is displayed.
Ambient
Temperature
Ambient Temperature errors occur when the ambient probe temperature is
above 104.0° F or below 60.8° F. During an ambient temperature error, the
display shows an ”A” with either the up or down arrow icon flashing.
Dead Battery
Dead Battery error occurs when the instrument detects a battery voltage of
3.0 volts or less. The battery icon is displayed without flashing when this
error occurs.
Instrument
Circuitry
Instrument Circuitry errors are generated from internal test failures and can
be recoverable or non-recoverable. Error code numbers are only available
in Biotech mode.
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Recoverable errors require that temperature measuring be
inhibited until the error is cleared. After displaying the error |X|
icon, the instrument will shut itself off and store the error code in
memory.
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Non-recoverable errors are generated from internal ROM and
RAM test failures. The error code will be stored in memory and
the LCD will disply the error |X| Instrument Malfunction icon.The
only way to recover from a ROM or RAM error is to reset the
electronics by removing the batteries.
Note: Error codes E0.1, E0.2, E0.3, can sometimes be caused by a faulty probe. It is
advisable to remove the probe completely from the instrument and check its
functionality as described in the Operational Characteristics section before assuming
an instrument problem instead of a probe problem. If another probe is available, this
can prove useful in tracking down the source of the problem.
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Instrument circuitry error codes are listed in the table below.
CLASS
ERR NUM SELF-TEST DESCRIPTION
Probe
E0.1
Probe heater accumulation test.
Probe
E0.2
Probe a/d pulse width test.
Probe
E0.3
Adaptive probe gain too high or too low test.
Ambient
E1.1
Ambient temperature high test.
Ambient
E1.2
Ambient temperature low test.
Battery
E2.1
“Dead” battery test.
Internal
E3.1
RAM read/write test.
Internal
E3.2
ROM checksum test.
Internal
E3.3
CPU instruction test.
Internal
*
Internal
E4.0
PTB resistor a/d pulse width test.
Internal
E4.1
RatioCal resistor a/d pulse width test.
Internal
E5.0
Heater circuit test.
Internal
E5.1
Heater overheated test.
Internal
E5.2
Heater watchdog timeout test.
Internal
E6.0
PTB resistor “temperature” test.
CPU Watchdog test.
*Will cause hardware reset, but no error.
Figure 6 - Self-Test /Error Table
Equipment Required
Most troubleshooting operations can be performed with standard tools and meters.
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A #1 Phillips screwdriver will remove all instrument screws.
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A standard lab 3.5 digit digital multi-meter (DMM) will provide sufficient accuracy
for most tests. A needle-tipped pair of probes is recommended.
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For particularly difficult tasks, an oscilloscope is sometimes the only way to
analyze high speed signals, but is not generally required.
•
Standard electronic tools and supplies for small surface mounted and through hole
component rework will be needed to perform any electronics repairs. Some
surface mounted components are extremely small and present a challenge for
rework by hand. A surface mount rework station is recommended.
•
Power and ground are available at the battery terminals E2 (power) and E3
(ground).
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70898-0000A
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Table
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
No operation
Dead batteries, no batteries,
battery missing, battery
incorrectly installed
PROCEDURE
Refer to Battery Removal and
Replacement on page 2-2. Check
that all batteries are installed in
proper direction.
Reset electronics (see Instrument
Reset/Self Tests on page 1-3).
If battery voltage is within
specifications, refer to Biotech
Mode on page 1-7 and enter
Biotech mode to measure battery
voltage as seen by electronics.
Display problems
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Broken battery wire
Open instrument case, install
batteries, check for voltage on
main PCB at battery wire
connections.
Short circuit preventing
operation
Remove batteries, press mode
button 5 seconds, set DMM to
Ohms, measure resistance of
electronics at battery contacts (“+”
to bottom right corner, “-” to top left
corner). Resistance should climb
to more than 2 Megohms as C25
charges.
Failed component
Check oscillator at U1-7 for 4.91
MHz sine wave. If not present,
suspect X1 or U1.
LCD frame loose
Check that all 4 plastic hooks for
the LCD frame are tight and not
broken. The frame should not be
lifting off of the PCB.
Dirty LCD elastomeric
conductor strips
Have a new LCD frame handy.
Remove old one by unlatching
plastic hooks. Clean LCD
elastomeric strips, LCD glass
contacts, and PCB contacts with
lint proof cloth dampened with
alcohol.
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Troubleshooting Table (continued)
SYMPTOM
Display problems
(continued)
No beeper sound
No Timer function
No Backlight
5-4
POSSIBLE CAUSE
PROCEDURE
Cracked LCD
Inspect LCD for hairline cracks, especially
in corners.
Microprocessor failure
Check for improper soldering of pins,
crystal operation on O-scope, proper reset.
Defective horn
Replace horn.
Broken connection
Check continuity from U1-49 to horn pin 2
and from ground to horn pin 1.
Defective U1
Check for signal with O-scope at U1-49.
Replace microcontroller U1.
Defective Timer button
S1
Check for low level (gnd.) signal at U1-26
when timer button S1 is pressed. Replace
button if signal is high.
Broken trace
Check for low level (gnd.) signal at U1-26
when timer button S1 is pressed. Replace
Button if signal is high.
Defective backlight
Check LED D3 and resistor R23.
No /BLGTHCTL signal
Check that signal at U1-42 goes low when
unit is in on.
Recalled temperature is
not correct.
Unit switched to Monitor If unit is in Monitor mode (whether by the
mode
user switch or automatically), the stored
temperature is the last one seen by the
instrument. This is usually lower than the
patient temperature since the probe drops
in temperature after removal from the
patient.
Probe: Wrong type
displayed
Missing Vcc power to
R10 and/or R11
With no probe installed, check that probe
connector pins J1-B and E are both pulled
high when any function is active (recall or
timer).
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70898-0000A
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Table (continued)
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Probe: Wrong type
displayed (continued)
Incorrect wiring of
probe
PROCEDURE
Oral probes should have a short between
pins B, E and F (refer to instrument PCB
designators for probe pin definition).
Rectal probes should have a short between
pins E and F but open between pins B and
E or F.
Replace with new probe.
Normal/Monitor Mode
switching problems
Ambient above 33.9°C
(93.0°F)
Causes auto switch to Monitor mode.
Switched to Monitor
mode before probe in
mouth
If 60 seconds pass after ready in Normal
mode, unit switches to Monitor mode.
Defective Mode button
Check mode button for proper function.
If probe is still cooling from a previous
temperature and used immediately, it might
sense ambient to be above 33.9°C
(93.0°F).
Check U1-25 for low level signal when
button is pressed.
Cannot enter Biotech
Mode
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®
Deffective Probe
Replace probe.
Mode button not
pressed, and or
Instrument not in wall
holder (678 only)
Mode button must be pressed while
instrument is in the wall holder.
Probe not connected
and or probe shaft not
inserted and removed
from probe well
Must connect probe to instrument and
remove the probe shaft from the probe well
while the instrument is in wall holder and
mode button is pressed.
Failed component,
broken trace
Check proper Mode button, Probe switch
and security switch operation.
SureTemp Model 678/SureTemp Model 679
5-5
Technical Manual
Troubleshooting Table (continued)
SYMPTOM
Battery Life Problems
5-6
POSSIBLE CAUSE
PROCEDURE
Excessive alarms
Excessive use in monitor
mode
The horn draws significant current.
During monitor mode the instrument is
continously drawing current.
Dead cell
If cell voltage is down significantly in
only one cell, this battery is defective.
All batteries should drain at the same
rate.
First set shelf life
Due to possibly long stocking times
between fabrication and end use, the
first set of batteries may have reduced
life.
Cal Key doesn’t activate
thermometer
Probe switch not also
activated
When the cal key is connected the
display must read CAL for two
seconds and then blank. The probe
shaft must be inserted and removed
from the probe well to activate the
probe switch.
Cal Key shows OrL,
rEC, or ALy
Defective Cal Key
Replace Cal Key.
Monitor mode
temperature reading too
low
Probe malfunction
Change probe.
Test calibration of entire system
(instrument and probe) with the M9600
Calibration Tester.
Instrument malfunction
Check calibration with Cal Key.
Improper placement of
probe
Probe must be under the tongue and
as far back as possible into the
sublingual pocket.
Temperature not stable.
Allow three minutes for Monitor mode
reading to stabilize in mouth.
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70898-0000A
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Table (continued)
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Monitor mode
temperature reading too
high
Normal mode
temperature reading too
low
PROCEDURE
Probe malfunction
Change probe or test calibration of
entire system (instrument and probe)
with the M9600 Calibration Tester.
Instrument malfunction
Check calibration with Cal Key.
Probe malfunction
Recharacterize probe (remove
completely from instrument and reinstall).
Or, change probe.
Or, test calibration of entire system
using 9600.
Normal mode
temperature reading too
high
Instrument malfunction
Check calibration with Cal Key.
Improper placement of
probe
Probe must be under the tongue and
as far back as possible into the
sublingual pocket.
Probe malfunction
Recharacterize probe (remove
completely from instrument and reinstall).
Or, change probe.
Or, test calibration of entire system
using 9600.
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Instrument malfunction
Check calibration with Cal Key.
Improper technique
Movement in mouth after insertion and
before final temperature is displayed
can cause high readings. Place probe
quickly into sublingual pocket and hold
still.
Improper technique
Do not place probe in mouth until the
display is showing “OrL”.
SureTemp Model 678/SureTemp Model 679
5-7
Technical Manual
Field Serviceable Repairs
Repairs are considered field serviceable if the repair will not alter the calibration or
proper operation of the instrument.
•
All probes designed to work with the thermometer are fully interchangeable.
•
All components in the Model 678 and Model 679 can be replaced without affecting
instrument operation or calibration. Some minor changes to the exact calibration
point will be caused by changing R8, and R13, but as long as the proper type and
tolerance resistors are used (0.1% and 0.05% as supplied by Welch Allyn), the
unit will remain within specifications.
•
Replacement of the LCD frame is somewhat difficult due to the need to assemble
it while under pressure to assure proper compression of the elastomeric
connector.
Note: Do not glue the LCD frame to the display PCB if the frame latching pins are
broken. This will destroy the display. Replace with a new LCD frame.
Field Serviceable Parts
All parts are serviceable by qualified technicians.
Note: The following parts lists are current as of the date of publication. Parts and part
numbers may be changed without notice. Check with Welch-Allyn prior to
ordering parts to verify current parts for any replacement requirement.
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70898-0000A
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Model 678/679 Replacement Parts
®
Part Number
Description
25228-0000 (678 Only)
SWITCH ARRAY, M678
25232-0000
HOUSING, FRONT, M678 (2 BTTNS)
25234-0000
HOUSING, REAR, M678/679
53009-000
BATTERY, ALKALINE 1.5V AA
70852-0000
LABEL, BLANK LASER 1.25 X 1.56
70866-0000 (678 Only)
LABEL, FRONT, M678
70867-0000 (678 Only)
LABEL, ICON, ID, M678
80128-1000
TUBING,SILICONE,125 X .25 X.3
83174-0000
SCREW,PLASTITE,2-28 X 1/2 P-PL
85259-0000
O-RING, 208 I.D.
70852-0007
SERIAL NUMBER LABEL, M678
70852-0008
SERIAL NUMBER LABEL, M679
25233-0990
HOUSING ASSY, MIDDLE 678/679
25228-1000 (679 Only)
SWITCH ARRAY, M679
25232-0001 (679 Only)
HOUSING FRONT, M679 (1 BTTN)
70866-1000 (679 Only)
LABEL, FRONT, M679
70867-2000 (679 Only)
LABEL, ICON, ID M679
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SureTemp Model 678/SureTemp Model 679
5-9
Technical Manual
Replacement Parts-Circuit Board Assemblies
5-10
Part
Number
Description
Reference Designator
21001-0011
PCA MAIN M678 W/BCKLGHT
46129-1050
CAP 1UF TANTCHIP 16V +/-20%
C1
46138-0000
CAP, 10UF, 20%, 16V ALUM
C17
46127-1030
CAP 0.01UF 100V X7R CHIP 0805-
C19, C2, C20, C22, C5, C6
46136-0000
CAP, .33UF, 10%, 50V TANTB
C21
46137-0000
CAP, CHIP, 1UF, 20%, 50V ALUM
C25
46140-0000
CAP, CHIP, 22PF, 5%, 50V 0805
C26, C27
46022-000
CAP 0.1UF 50V +80%-20% Z5U -
C3, C4
44047-0000
DIODE, DUAL, MMBD1203
D1, D2, D4
43010-0000
INDUCTOR 10UH LOWRES CHIP 1210
L1
50032-0000
TRANS BSS138 FET, SOT-23
Q1, Q2, Q3
50035-0000
TRANSISTOR, PNP W/BIAS RESTOR
Q12, Q15
50031-0000
TRANS BCX69 PNP SOT-89
Q13, Q14
50030-0000
TRANS XX5087 PNP SOT-23
Q4, Q5, Q6
50029-0000
TRANS XX2222A NPN SOT-23
Q9
40290-4740
RES, 470K, 5% 0805 SIZE
R1
40290-1050
RES 1M, 5% 0805 SIZE
R10, R11, R12
40320-0000
RES, 11.55K, 0.05% 25PPM 0805
R13
40290-4720
RES 4.7K SM 5% 0805 SIZE
R14, R15, R17, R2
40290-1020
RES 1K, 5% 0805 SIZE
R16, R23, R31, R32, R5
40290-1030
RES 10K, 5% 0805 SIZE
R21, R30
40290-1630
RES 16K SM 5% 0805 SIZE
R28
40290-4730
RES 47K S, 5% 0805 SIZE
R3, R4, R6
40290-1500
RES 15, 5% 0805 SIZE
R35
40290-1040
RES 100K SM 5% 0805 SIZE
R7
40301-2120
RES 12.1K SMO .1% 0805 SIZE
R8
54264-3000
IC, UP78PO64 M678/9 REV 2.3
U1
54258-0000
IC, TIMING, TLC555CD
U2
54266-0000
IC, 2.4V 2.5% LOW DROPOUT
U9
47021-0000
CRYSTAL, SMD, 4.9152 MHZ
X1
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70898-0000A
Troubleshooting
®
Part Number
Description
21001-1010
PCA, MAIN, M678 F/C W/BCKLGHT
25229-0000
FRAME, LCD, M678/679
25230-0000
(678 Only)
LIGHT PANEL
25231-0000
SPACER, EDAC, M678/679
58536-0000
CONNECTOR, ZEBRA .255X1.82x.10
70869-0000
(678 Only)
LABEL, REFLECTIVE, M678
60026-0000
(678 Only)
LED, BACKLIGHT, YELLOW
D3
58524-0000
CONNECTOR,6 COND,EDGE REC
J1
60025-0000
LCD, M678
LCD1
58315-0000
SPEAKER,MINIATURE,
PIEZOELECTRIC
LS1
58455-000
(678 Only)
SWITCH,REED,10 TO 20 A TURNS
S3
58540-0000
SWITCH, PROBE, M678/679
S4
85257-0001
(679 Only)
FOAM SPACER 3/16 THK
40290-1500
(679 Only)
RES 15, 5% 0805 SIZE
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SureTemp Model 678/SureTemp Model 679
Reference Designator
R34
5-11
Technical Manual
Thermometer Disassembly
Please note that if your thermometer is within the warranty period, you should
return the unit to an authorized service representative for servicing; failure to
do so will invalidate the warranty.
WARNING: This instrument contains microelectronic devices which are highly
susceptible to damage by static discharge. Use proper handling
and grounding techniques while working on the internal electronics.
1. Withdraw the probe from the probe storage well.
2. Unplug the probe connector from the thermometer.
3. Lay the thermometer on its front panel.
4. Remove the Probe Cover Holder /Battery Access Cover from the thermometer
back case by firmly pressing on the indentations located on the sides of the
Battery Access Cover.
5. Remove the batteries by pulling on the ribbon strap.
6. Remove the four screws from the thermometer back case.
7. Carefully remove the thermometer back case, keeping the thermometer
electronics assembly and mid-frame in the front case.
8. Remove the neck strap or neck strap eyelet.
9. The electronics assembly can be removed from the mid-frame by desoldering the
battery wires from the main PCA, and carefully removing the PCA out of the front
housing.
5-12
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70898-0000A
Troubleshooting
Figure 7 - Thermometer Assembly Drawing
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1
Printed Circuit Assy.
7
Battery 3 “AA”
13
O rings (3)
2
Battery Clips (2)
8
Battery Clip Dual
14
Label Front
3
Push Button Switches
9
Label Caution Serial Number
15
Label Icons
4
Front Housing
10
Probe Well
16
Battery Limiter
5
Middle Housing
11
Battery Wires
6.
Rear Housing
12
Screws (4)
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Technical Manual
Figure 8 - Main PCA
Notes: Unless otherwise specified:
1. Maximum lead protrusion after trimming to be .060 inch.
2. Square pads indicate pin number 1 of components.
3. Silkscreened circles with no reference numbers are test points.
4. All post-mounting transportation and storage is to be within anti-static
packing and under anti-electrostatic discharge handling packaging
practices.
5-14
Welch-Allyn, Inc.
70898-0000A
Troubleshooting
Notes: Unless otherwise specified:
1. Refer to manufacturing procedures 97033-0000, 97034-0000 and
97035-0000 for assembly instructions.
Model 678 only.
1
PC Assembly
5
Zebra Connector
9
LCD
2
LCD Frame
6
Reflective Label
10
Speaker
3
Light Panel
7
Yellow LED
11
Reed Switch
4
EDAC Spacer
8
Probe Connector
12
Probe Switch
Figure 9 - Electronics Assembly
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SureTemp Model 678/SureTemp Model 679
5-15
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
REVISIONS
REV
VCC
DESCRIPTION
ECO
A
INITIAL RELEASE
2835
11/7/96
B
REPLACED x1 RESONATOR WITH CRYSTAL
ADDED CAPACITORS C26 AND C27
REMOVED P11.4 FROM GROUND
CONNECTED P11.4 TO P11.5
DATE
2835-10
1/30/97
C
MOVED ONE SIDE OF R1 FROM Q5 EMITTER TO VCC
CHANGED VALUE OF R1 FROM 470K TO 3M
3192
6/10/98
CON12
J4
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
VCC
E2
1
3 AA
1
1
J6
/HOST_WAKEUP
ALKALINE
+
2
1
VCC
3.0-5.0V
S4
SW_SPDT
SW
21
3
CAL
PROBE IN = HI
PROBE OUT = LO
E3
1
SYNC
J5
BATTERIES
D
C25
1UF
/RESET
E89
D
R6
2
PROBE_SW
E91
1
1
47K
RD_232
1
/TXD
/RXD
J2
/RTS
1
SERSHUTDN
/DEGC_ONLY
E68
E67
2
E22
E75
E74
E76
2
VREF
1
1
2
3
1
1
C8
15UF
+
C9
15UF
+
C12
0.1UF
2
3
2
1
4
E32
+
2
1
1
/RXD
CLK1_8432M
3
3
1
E31
OpticaL
Transceiver
IrDA
H2
1
E88
A
K
TXD
NC/SNS
RXD
SD
GND
1
8
1
7
5
2
6
U4
TFDS3000
VCC
1
K
RD_IR
COMMUNICATIONS
E90
R35
RES 0805
E61
1
Q12
MUN2111
R27
4.7K
TD_IR
9
LS1
HORN
E62
1
VCC
Protocol
Converter
E63
Q1
BSS138
6
7
13
15
14
12
1
11 T2
2
1
1
1
1
E35
E64
1
2
U3
S0
NC
S1
NC
XIN
NC
TOIM3000 RD_IR
BCLK
RESET
TD_IR
RD_UART
RD_232
TD_UART
TD_232
GND
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
AVREF_DISAB
VCC
1 PROBE_SEL
9
10
5
4
1
2
3
IRDA_CLK
IRDA_DISAB
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
3
2
C18
C0805
PTBCAL_SEL
Q2
BSS138
AVREF
E51
E81
E30
E33
E34
P13
P14
P37
E48
2
C10
10UF
2
RD_232
1
2
3
1
P32
1
E60
HORN
E59
P30
1
1
C14
0.1UF
1
TFDPWR 1
1
UPD78062GF
R12
1M
C6
0.01UF
E8
PRBD
U1
1
PTBD
J1-1B
2
8
THERMISTOR
C15
0.1UF
16
WALL_MOUNT
1
1RCAL_SEL
C13
0.1UF
1
R24
3.9
1
2
Q3
BSS138
E49
2
E50
1
1
PROBE
C
R26
100
1
E28
P1.3/ANI3
P1.4/ANI4
P1.5/ANI5
P1.6/ANI6
P1.7/ANI7
AVDD
AVREF
P10.0
P10.1
VSS
P10.2
P10.3
P3.0/TO0
P3.1/TO1
P3.2/TO2
P3.3/TI1
P3.4/TI2
P3.5/PCL
P3.6/BUZ
P3.7
3
E7
1
1
1
1
1
1
R25
15
E27
S3
SW_REED
2
1
J1-1A
1
C11
10UF
E29
2
1
3
2
2
CALD
IRLED_PWR
IR_A
1
VLC0
BIAS
10
R13
11.55K
0.05% 25PPM RN55
D4
MMBD1203
VLC1
H1
1
PB
2
1
2
/PTIMER
SECURITY_ON
2
/MODE
IRDA3_3
+
C16
0.1UF
4
S4
E26
3
O
N
12
S3
2
I
4
2
2
PB
S1
1
IRDA_VCC
3303EMB713
1
2
1
E57
TC45ER
U6
2
1
R37
100
4
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
2
2
1 P01
S20
S19
S18
S17
S16
S15
S14
S13
S12
S11
S10
S9
S8
S7
S6
S5
S4
S3
S2
S1
S0
VSS
VLC2
VLC1
VLC0
BIAS
COM3
COM2
COM1
COM0
1
E58
P2.6/SO0/SB1
P2.7/SCK0
P7.0/SI2/RXD
P7.1/SO2/TXD
P7.2/SCK2/ASCK
IC(VPP)
X2
X1
VDD
XT1/P0.7
XT2
RESET
P0.0/INTP0/TI00
P0.1/INTP1/TI01
P0.2/INTP2
P0.3/INTP3
P0.4/INTP4
P0.5/INTP5
P11.0
P11.1
P11.2
P11.3
P11.4
P11.5
P11.6
P11.7
AVSS
P1.0/ANI0
P1.1/ANI1
P1.2/ANI2
COM0
COM1
COM2
SEG17
SEG16
SEG15
SEG14
SEG13
SEG12
SEG11
SEG10
SEG9
SEG8
SEG7
SEG6
SEG5
SEG4
SEG3
SEG2
SEG1
SEG0
2
2
GND_DIGITAL MUST BE CONNECTED
C5
3
Q11
MUN2111
LCD1
80
79
78
77
76
75
74
73
72
71
70
69
68
67
66
65
64
63
62
61
60
59
58
57
56
55
54
53
52
51
G
/IRDA
1
2
C27
22 pF
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
1
C26
22 pF
1 XT2
S2
R8
12.1K
0.1% 100PPM 1/8W
E24
2
E72
E20
MAKE CONNECTION NEAR U2-PIN1.
0.01UF
VCC
LED
E66
1
1
4.9152MHz
TO GND_SIGNAL MANUALLY AT LAYOUT.
1
1
1
2
4
1
2
X2
X1
TLC555CD
10K
C
P26
P27
E71
Q9
XX2222
E61
1
1
A/D_OUT
1
2
2
1
1
/PWR_ENABLE
E19
X1
2
R30
1
100
99
98
97
96
95
94
93
92
91
90
89
88
87
86
85
84
83
82
81
1
2
P2.5/SI0
P8.0/S39
P8.1/S38
P8.2/S37
P8.3/S36
P8.4/S35
P8.5/S34
P8.6/S33
P8.7/S32
P9.0/S31
P9.1/S30
P9.2/S29
P9.3/S28
P9.4/S27
P9.5/S26
P9.6/S25
P9.7/S24
S23
S22
S21
1
12
1
E17
OT 1
7
1
DSC
TRG
E16
E6
3
OUT
THR
E70
1
3
CTRL
1
1K
E55
E73
1
2
C23
C0805
8
1
1K
BLA 2
1
SERSHUTDN
E18
1
2
1
1
D3
2
E65
C4
0.1UF
/RESET
C3
0.1UF
R14
4.7K
E87
1
2
C21
.33UF
1
1
+
3
R16
1
R
4
6
TRG
E54
U2
2
4.7K
5
V+
E15
2CTRL
1
C22
0.01UF
1
Q4
XX5087
E51
1
1
1
VCC
1
V-
2
1
1
2
2
R23
1
S18
S19
S20
E5
R15
1
S21
S22
S23
P97
P96
995
P94
E4
P91
VCC
2
VCC
/A/D_TRIGGER
2
R34
R0805
R7
100K
P82
MODEL678
/CTS
1
VREF
P25
J3
D2
MMBD1203
3
1
E77
VCC
VREF
1
1
1
1
E79 E78
E80
/HTRQ
1
/BLIGHTCTRL
E37
1
B
3
Q13
BCX69
2 HTB11
1
12
U7C
74HC00
8 1
9
11
R5
/HTRQ
1
PTBCAL_SEL
U?D
VCC
E39
E38
PROBE_SEL
13
C24
0.01UF
2
1
14
E36
0
1
HTRTST
HTRPWR
1
A/D_TRIGGER
10
E92
B
7
0
00
1K
RCAL_SEL
U8A
74HC74
SD
CD
V
7
0
0
E82
1
3
CLK
Q
5
6
1
2
1
R3
47K
1
CK37
I73
2
J1-2A
1
3
10UH
O
I
1
12
PROBE
C2
0.01UF
11
HEATER
D
U8B
74HC74
CLK
Q
Q
9
8
1
I
O
N
3
VREF
R21
10K
+
2
1
C17
10UF
PROBE_1
J1-3B
PROBE_0
J1-3A
IrDA CLOCK
CK18
1
1
2
E45
13
CUT HERE
FOR RECTAL
PROBE WARMER
2
4
2
2
1
S1 SERVES AS MODE ON MODEL 679
1
POPULATE ON 678 ONLY
3
1
2
J1-2B
R10
1M
R11
1M
E52
G
3
U9
TC45ER
2
3
1
2
SD
1
7.3728MHZ
X2
G
HTRC2
R2
4.7K
3
E84
2
2
2
4
L1
1.0UF
R36
1M
1
10
O73
E47
E43
2
HTB0 1
+
2
Q14
BCX69
HTB21
2
1
1
R32
1K
VCC
Q15
MUN2111
1
2
1
Q5
XX5087
D
Q
E83
1
/HTRC
Q6
XX5087
1
POPULATE R34 ON 679 ONLY
C1
1
VLC0
2
REFB2
1
2
2
E41
1
E13
1
HTE0
1
E40
E9
1
2
1
1
1
R31
1K
G
2
1
R17
4.7K
E42
3
6
5
1
R1
3M
2
4
3
2
CK73
VCC
NOTES:
1
1
E56
U7B
74HC00
1
R4
47K
U7A
74HC00
CD
3
D1
0
1
MMBD1203
BIAS
0
2
2
4
4
14
VCC
A/D CONVERTER
1
VLC1
DIVIDE BY 4
CUT HERE
FOR CAL KEY
2
REFERENCE
C20
0.01UF
2
R28
16K
POPULATE R37 WHEN IrDA IS PRESENT
2
1
C19
0.01UF
POPULATE R35 WHEN IrDA NOT PRESENT
4
A
A
B
G
3
4
D
C
C
E
S
1
2
MMBT/MUN
FET
B
C
E
1
2
3
E
B C
B1
1A
B2
2A
B3
3A
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