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Rad-57

Signal Extraction Co-Oximeter
Service Manual
Rad-57

Signal Extraction Co-Oximeter
Service Manual
The Rad-57 Co-Oximeter Service Manual is intended to provide the
necessary information for proper servicing of the Rad-57 Co-Oximetry
system. This manual is structured to support troubleshooting to the
assembly or module level. This manual does not provide instructions for
troubleshooting to the printed circuit board component level. Do not
service a Rad-57 unit without completely reading and understanding
these instructions. Masimo service training is required prior to utilization
of this manual.
CAUTION:
Federal law (U.S.) restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician
Masimo Corporation
40 Parker
Irvine, CA 92618
USA
Tel: 949-297-7000
Fax:949-297-7001
www.masimo.com
Authorized Representative:
MDSS GmbH
Burckhardstrasse 1
D-30163 Hanover
Germany
Tel: +49-511-62 62 86 30
Fax:+49-511-62 62 86 33
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Covered by one or more of the following U.S. Patents: RE38,492, RE38,476,
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5,823,950, 5,769,785, 5,758,644, 5,685,299, 5,632,272, 5,490,505, 5,482,036,
international equivalents, or one or more of the patents referenced at
www.masimo.com/patents.
Other patents pending.
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Table of Contents
Page
1.
1.1.
1.2.
2.
2.1.
2.2.
2.3.
2.4.
2.5.
3.
3.1.
3.2.
3.3.
3.4.
4.
4.1.
4.2.
5.
Overview .......................................................................................1
About this Manual .......................................................................1
WARNINGS, Cautions and Notes ..............................................1
Testing and Maintenance ............................................................2
Introduction .................................................................................2
Cleaning......................................................................................2
Battery Operation........................................................................3
Replacing the Batteries...............................................................3
Performance Verification ............................................................4
Repair ............................................................................................7
Safety Precautions:.....................................................................7
General Procedures....................................................................7
Troubleshooting ..........................................................................7
Service Messages: .....................................................................8
Repair and Returns ....................................................................10
Repair Policy.............................................................................10
Return Procedure .....................................................................10
Drawings and Schematics.........................................................12
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1. Overview
1.1.
About this Manual
This manual explains how to service the Rad-57 Co-Oximeter. Important
safety information relating to the general use of the Rad-57 appears in
the Operator’s Manual. Other important safety information is located
throughout this manual where appropriate.
1.2.
WARNINGS, Cautions and Notes
Please read and follow any warnings, cautions and notes presented
throughout this manual. An explanation of these labels is as follows:
A WARNING is provided when actions may result in a serious outcome
(i.e., injury, serious adverse affect, death) to the patient or user. Look for
text in a gray shaded box.
Sample of a WARNING:
WARNING:
THIS IS A SAMPLE OF A WARNING STATEMENT.
A Caution is given when any special care is to be exercised by the
patient or user to avoid injury to the patient, damage to this device or
damage to other property.
Sample of a Caution:
Caution: This is a sample of a Caution statement.
A Note is provided when extra general information is applicable.
Sample of a Note:
Note: This is a sample of a Note statement.
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2. Testing and Maintenance
2.1.
Introduction
2.1.1. This chapter covers; Cleaning, Battery Operation and
Replacement, Testing and how to obtain service under normal
operation.
Note: No internal adjustments or recalibration is required.
2.1.2. Service should be done by qualified personnel only. Safety
checks should be performed in accordance with local and
governmental regulations.
2.2.
Cleaning
WARNING: BEFORE CLEANING THE CO-OXIMETER, TURN
THE UNIT OFF.
2.2.1. To clean the display panel, use a cotton swab moistened with
70% isopropyl alcohol and gently wipe the panel.
2.2.2. To clean the outer surface of the instrument, use a soft cloth
moistened with a 70% isopropyl alcohol.
WARNING: DO NOT ALLOW LIQUIDS TO ENTER THE INTERIOR OF
THE INSTRUMENT.
2.2.3. To decontaminate unit, refer to Section 4.2.2.
Cautions:
•
Do not autoclave, pressure sterilize, or gas sterilize this
oximeter.
•
Do not soak or immerse the monitor in any liquid.
•
Use the cleaning solution sparingly. Allow unit to air dry.
Excessive solution can flow into the monitor and cause damage
to internal components.
•
Do not touch, press, or rub the display panels with abrasive
cleaning compounds, instruments, brushes, rough-surface
materials, or bring them into contact with anything that could
scratch the panel.
•
Do not use petroleum-based or acetone solutions, or other
harsh solvents, to clean the oximeter. These substances attack
the device’s materials and device failure can result.
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2.3.
Battery Operation
2.3.1. The Rad-57 includes (4) AA alkaline batteries.
2.3.2. Before using the Rad-57 as a handheld or transport monitor, it is
best to verify the charge level of the batteries. Please reference
the Operator’s Manual for specifications of battery life.
2.3.3. The battery charge LED indicators on the keypad will indicate the
approximate life left with the batteries.
2.3.4. As a precaution against memory effects, it is advisable to replace
the batteries as soon as the final indicator starts flashing.
2.4.
Replacing the Batteries
2.4.1. Turn the unit off and remove the patient cable connection.
2.4.2. Position the unit face down (use a soft surface to protect the unit
from possible cosmetic damage).
2.4.3. Depress the battery cover release button and slide the cover off.
2.4.4. Remove the (4) depleted batteries. Install the (4) replacement
batteries into the battery compartment paying attention to proper
polarity positioning.
2.4.5. Depress the battery cover release button and slide the cover
back onto the unit. Verify the button pops up securing the cover.
2.4.6. As soon as the batteries are installed the unit will automatically
turn on. Verify all LEDs illuminate momentarily, that all four
battery charge LEDs remain lit, and that the unit stabilizes to its
normal operation mode.
Caution: Follow local governing guidelines for proper disposal of
internal batteries. Do not incinerate.
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2.5. Performance Verification
Caution: The limits for SpCO will remain set (“Sticky”) even during a power
cycle. SpO2 limits will reset to the factory default after a power
cycle.
2.5.1.
To test the performance of the Rad-57 Co-Oximeter after
repairs or during routine maintenance, follow the procedure
outlined in this section starting at step 2.6. If the oximeter fails
any of the tests, discontinue its use and correct the problem
before returning the unit back to the user.
Note: Before testing, verify the batteries are fully charged. Disconnect any
patient cables or sensors.
2.5.2. Power-On Self-Test
2.5.2.1. While the unit is off, depress the Power/Standby
button and verify the unit turns on, that all LED indicators
illuminate momentarily and the speaker makes a beep
sound. Depress and hold (~ 2 sec) the power button
again and verify the unit turns off.
2.5.3. Key Press Button Test
2.5.3.1. With the unit on, press each soft key button (with the
exception of the Power/Standby button), and verify that
the oximeter acknowledges each key-press with an
audible beep tone and/or by indicating an associated
change on the display.
2.5.4. Menu Navigation Test
2.5.4.1. With the unit turned on, press the MODE-ENTER
button several times slowly and verify the menu scrolls
through the various top level menu selections:
2.5.4.1.1.
Level 1: Alarm volume “AL VOL”.
2.5.4.1.2.
Level 2: Alarm limits “90/LO”.
2.5.4.1.3.
Level 3: Averaging and Sensitivity “SEN
Nor”.
2.5.4.1.4.
Level 4: Led brightness, Line frequency
and Factory defaults “888/888”.
2.5.4.1.5.
Level 5: Trend settings “Tnd OFF”
2.5.4.1.6.
Press the button a sixth time. Menu
should return to the beginning view.
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2.5.4.2. Press MODE-ENTER button twice (should be at the
90/LO selection). Verify the up and down arrows change
the hi and low parameters.
2.5.5. Display Contrast Test
2.5.5.1. With the unit turned on, depress the MODE-ENTER
button (4) four times. When the display appears as
888/888, use the up and down arrows to verify the
contrast both brightens and dims accordingly.
2.5.6. Testing with Masimo Set Tester (SpO2 only)
2.5.6.1. (Currently, there is no Masimo Tester to simulate an
SpCO condition. However, it is possible to test the
alarm capability of the unit by placing a sensor on a
test subject. By setting the High limit of SpCO to
10% (factory default), it is generally understood that
most healthy individuals will fall far below this range
and should not induce an alarm. Subsequently,
setting the SpCO to a value of 1% will most likely
cause an alarm event.)
2.5.6.2. Connect the Masimo Set Tester to the Patient
connecter.
2.5.6.3. Verify a reading appears within 15 seconds. The
display should show numeric values of 80% – 84%
for SpO2 and 60 – 63 for the BPM.
2.5.6.4. Test the alarm limits at each of the following
settings:
2.5.6.5. Verify that at each alarm-inducing setting the unit
initiates an audible alarm and a visual alarm (a red
LED and the parameter number should be flashing).
Verify the yellow “Alarm Silenced” LED is off during
the alarm condition.
Test 1 (Unit should not alarm)
Limits
% SpO2
High
90
Low
75
Test 2 (Unit should alarm)
Limits
%SpO2
High
80
Low
75
Test 3 (Unit should not alarm)
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Limits
High
Low
BPM
70
55
Test 4 (Unit should alarm)
Limits
BPM
High
60
Low
55
2.5.6.6. Press the Alarm Silence button once and verify the
alarm is silenced and the yellow “Alarm Silenced”
LED is flashing.
2.5.6.7. Wait 120 seconds and verify that the alarm silence
times out and the audible alarm is activated again
and the yellow LED turns off.
2.5.6.8. To disable Alarm mute, press the Alarm button once
and verify an audible alarm is heard.
2.5.6.9. Press the up and down arrows while the unit is
actively measuring vitals. Verify an increase and/or
decrease in pulse volume. Continue pressing the
down arrow to verify the pulse beep can be silenced.
2.5.7. Battery Test
2.5.7.1. Install four (4) “AA” alkaline batteries. Verify the unit
turns on immediately after installation.
2.5.7.2. Turn the unit off, then on again.
2.5.7.3. If the unit was installed with brand new batteries, all
four (4) battery charge LED indicators should be
illuminated indicating a full charge.
2.5.7.4. If all four (4) LEDs are not lit, then remove all four (4)
batteries and try another set. Repeat steps 4.7.2
and 4.7.3.
2.5.7.5. If all four (4) indicators are still not lit, contact
Masimo Corporation using the information in Section
4.2.11 to request an RMA to return the unit for
repair.
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3. Repair
3.1.
Safety Precautions:
WARNING: DO NOT DISASSEMBLE OR ASSEMBLE THE UNIT
WHILE THE BATTERIES ARE STILL INSTALLED.
WARNING: ENSURE THE UNIT HAS BEEN PROPERLY CLEANED
PER THE CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS.
3.2.
General Procedures
3.2.1. Examine the unit prior to disassembly or troubleshooting and
inspect for cosmetic damage. External damage may be helpful
in determining the root cause of the failure.
3.2.2. Note any markings or labeling the end user may have placed on
the unit that may need to be duplicated or transferred in the
event the housing or ancillary components are to be replaced.
3.2.3. Make note of the unit serial number.
3.2.4. Make note of the software versions in the event the Co-Oximeter
board or system board is replaced, as these boards require
software updates to make them compatible with the end user’s
version of software.
3.2.5. Contact Masimo Corporation using the information in Section
4.2.11 to research the warranty history of the unit to determine if
the unit will be covered under warranty.
3.3.
Troubleshooting
3.3.1. The troubleshooting procedures in this manual instructs the
technician to isolate the failure down to the sub-assembly level.
The intention is to have the Unit Under Test (UUT) repaired with
minimal steps. The Masimo Set Tester is needed to perform the
Performance Verification in Section 2.5 upon completion of
repairs.
3.3.2. Tools required are as follows:
Phillips head screwdriver #0
Multimeter
3.3.3. The troubleshooting steps below are presented in order of the
most probable cause first. Proceed to the next step only if the
unit continues to fail.
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3.3.4. Always note the software versions of boards prior to repair.
3.3.5. After units have been repaired, the Perfomance Verification Section 2.5
must be performed.
3.4. Service Messages:
Upon detection of a system error, the main software alerts the
user with an audible alarm indicator and displays the appropriate
error code on the Handheld’s main display. The MX board is
held in reset and no other runtime functions are available to the
user until the Handheld is put through a power cycle or until
power is completely removed and re-applied to the system
(removal and replacement of batteries).
System Error
System Error Code
MX Board Failure
1
MX Board Communication Failure
2
5V Voltage Supply Out of Range
3
Red Voltage Supply Out of Range
4
Blue Voltage Supply Out of Range
5
Battery Drop Voltage Out of Range
6
Battery Voltage Out of Range
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Symptom
• Speaker Alarming (very
loud) and unit is not
functioning or displaying.
• Alarm LED does not
Illuminate
1. Unit is in an alarm state and
an audible alarm can be heard.
• Alarm Condition But No
Audible Indication.
1. Unit is in an alarm state.
• Alarm Silence LED not
illuminated.
1. Unit is in a non-monitoring
state. No alarm indicated.
• Display Missing Segments
• Button Function Error
1. Pressing one or more buttons
will not activate the menu
selection.
• "No Sen" Message
1. Cable is connected with
sensor attached.
• "No CbL" Message (Rad-57)
1. Cable is connected.
• No SpCO LED
1. SpCO cable connected.
• Unit Will Not Turn Off
Cause and Corrective Action
Steps
• Probable Watchdog error.
1. Replace System Board.
1. Replace Keypad.
2. Replace System Board.
1. Replace Speaker.
2. Replace System Board.
1. Replace Keypad.
2. Replace System Board.
1. Replace Display.
2. Replace System Board.
1. Replace Keypad.
2. Replace System Board.
1. Replace sensor.
2. Replace patient cable.
3. Replace co-oximeter board.
1. Replace cable and/or sensor.
2. Replace co-oximeter board.
1. Replace cable.
2. Replace Keypad.
3. Replace co-oximeter board.
1. Replace Keypad.
2. Replace System Board.
If unable to repair unit, then please call (800)326-4890 option #2 to arrange for
return to Masimo Corporation.
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4. Repair and Returns
4.1.
Repair Policy
4.1.1.
Masimo or an authorized Service Department must perform
warranty repair and service. Do not use malfunctioning
equipment. The product must be repaired.
4.1.2.
Please clean contaminated/dirty equipment before returning.
Make sure it is fully dry before packing the equipment.
4.1.3.
To return the Rad-57 unit for service, please follow the Return
Procedure outlined in this section.
4.2.
Return Procedure
4.2.1.
Please clean contaminated/dirty equipment before returning
and make sure it is completely dry before packing the
equipment.
4.2.2.
Recommended decontamination procedure for the Rad-57
instrument that has the potential for being exposed to blood or
other potentially infectious materials.
4.2.2.1. Put on Lab coat or other protective garment.
4.2.2.2. Put on gloves.
4.2.2.3. Place equipment on the designated decontamination
table.
4.2.2.4. Apply cleaning agent to paper towel or use Cidex
wipes.
4.2.2.5. Wipe down all aspects of the equipment.
4.2.2.6. Let the equipment air dry completely.
4.2.2.7. Remove gloves.
4.2.2.8. Move equipment to the area designated for
equipment that has been through the
decontamination process.
4.2.2.9. Dispose of all contaminated products properly.
4.2.3.
Package the equipment securely – in the original shipping
container if possible – and enclose the following information
and items:
4.2.4.
Call Masimo “domestically” at (800)326-4890, option #2,
“internationally” at 949-297-7498, option #2 and ask for an
RMA number.
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4.2.5.
A letter or email describing in detail any symptoms or
difficulties experienced with the pulse oximeter. Please include
the RMA number in the letter.
4.2.6.
Warranty information – a copy of the invoice or other
applicable documentation must be included.
4.2.7.
Purchase order number to cover repair if the oximeter is not
under warranty, or for tracking purposes if the warranty is in
effect.
4.2.8.
Ship-to and bill-to information.
4.2.9.
Person (name, telephone/Telex/fax number, email and
country) to contact for any questions about the repairs.
4.2.10. A document stating the co-oximeter has been decontaminated
for bloodborne pathogens.
4.2.11. Return the co-oximeter to the following shipping address:
Masimo Corporation
40 Parker
Irvine, California
USA 92618
13918/UM10030A-0406
(Domestic Toll Free): 800-326-4890, option #2
(International):
949-297-7498, option #2
FAX:
949-297-7499
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Drawings and Schematics
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