ADC 6014 Blood Pressure Monitor User Manual

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Electronic
Blood Pressure
Printer
For use with ADvantageTM Advanced Automatic
Blood Pressure Monitors; Models 6014 and 6016.
6014P
Instruction Manual
American Diagnostic Corporation
55 Commerce Drive, Hauppauge, New York 11788
Telephone: 631-273-9600
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THIS MEDICAL INSTRUMENT MUST BE
USED ACCORDING TO INSTRUCTIONS
TO ENSURE ACCURATE READINGS.
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American Diagnostic Corp.
Diagnostic Printer
Instruction Manual
Table of Contents
8. WARRANTY
The diagnostic printer 6014P is guaranteed for 2 years from date of purchase. The
warranty does not apply to damage caused by improper handling, accidents, improper
use, or alterations made to the device by third parties.
Batteries or damage from batteries are not covered under warranty.
1. Introduction
2. Printer Parts
3. Setting Up the Printer
3.1. Inserting the Batteries
3.2. Using an AC Adapter
3.3. Cable Connection
3.4. Inserting the Paper Roll
4. Carrying Out a Printing Operation
4.1. Power On
4.2. Paper Feeding
4.3. Printing
4.4. Low Voltage Indication
4.5. Power Off
4.6. Cutting Paper
5. How to Print the Last Stored Measurement (One Reading)
5.1. How to Print a Chart and all Readings
6. Troubleshooting
7. Care and Maintenance
8. Warranty
9. International Quality Standards
10. Technical Specifications
11. How to Contact Us
9. INTERNATIONAL QUALITY STANDARDS
Meets the requirements of MDD 93/42/EEC (Europe) and U.L. (USA).
10. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
255g (with batteries) / .88lb
143mm (L) x 81mm (W) x 51mm (H)
2.75” x 5.25” x 6.25”
Storage temperature / Humidity: -20°C to +50°C / 15% to 90% relative humidity
maximum
Operation temperature / Humidity: 10°C to 40°C / 15% to 90% relative humidity
maximum
Print system:
Thermal serial dot system
Print direction:
Left to right
Printer head model no.:
SII MTP102-16B
Printer head dimension:
48mm (L) x 31mm (W) x 13.8mm (L)
Printing timing:
Synchronized with the tachogenerator
Home position detection:
Mechanical switching system
Printing speed:
Approx. 1.5 (lines/sec.)
Number of columns:
26 (columns)
Character matrix (HxW):
7x5 (dot)
Printing width / Paper width:
29.0 / 38.0 (mm)
Reliability:
500,000 (lines)
Paper roll:
1" 25mm (standard size)
Power source:
1.5V (AA) alkaline batteries x 4
Low battery:
As battery is < 5.0V, LED will flash continuously
with 3 Hz
Accessories:
a) 100cm cable
b) PAPER, 5/Pkg
Weight:
Size:
Optional:
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* Technical alterations reserved!
AC/DC adapter 6V DC, 600mA,
50-60 Hz (6013ZAC)
Batteries sold separately
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Malfunction
Remedy
The LED remains flashing while 1. Check whether the batteries are installed with
the printer is switched on
the correct polarity.
although the batteries are
2. If the LED is unusually flashing, remove the
good.
batteries and re-install them or exchange them
for new ones.
1. Check whether the cable is connected with the
Press the PRINT button on
monitor and printer.
the monitor, but nothing prints
2. Examine whether the paper is positioned properly
and is ready for printing.
There’s no response for paper
feeding
1. Examine whether the paper is positioned properly.
2. Check if the paper roll has been exhausted and
needs to be replaced by a new one.
1. INTRODUCTION
The diagnostic printer 6014P is a compact unit for ADC® AdvantageTM Advanced
Automatic Blood Pressure Monitors. The enhanced printer covers both character and
graphic print. High-reliability and high-quality print is assured due to the ultra simple
design and practicability. Key features include:
• Compact and lightweight design
• High-quality components
• Battery-powered operation
• Designed for versatile applications
• Simple mechanism ensures high-reliability
2. PRINTER PARTS
a) Front View
Top Cover
7. CARE AND MAINTENANCE
a) Do not expose the device to
extreme temperatures, humidity,
dust, or direct sunlight.
Bottom Cover
Paper Cutter
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Paper
Feed
Paper Roll
LED
b) Clean the device with a soft, dry
cloth. Do not use gasoline, thinners, or similar solvent.
ON/OFF Switch
b) Back View
c) Do not drop the device or treat it
roughly in any way. Avoid strong
vibrations.
d) Never open the device!
The manufacturer warranty is
invalid once the device is opened.
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AC/DC adapter socket
Printer port socket
(AC/DC adapter sold separately)
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3. SETTING UP THE PRINTER
5.1. How to Print a Chart and all Readings
a) Connect the printer to the monitor and switch the printer ON.
b) Press the PRINTER button of the monitor and hold it for at least 3 seconds. The
display will change from “Pr1” followed by “Pr2”. Release the PRINTER button and the
printer will print all stored measurements with a corresponding chart.
3.1. Inserting the Batteries
The battery compartment is located on the
underside of the device (See illustration).
a) Remove cover as illustrated.
b) Insert the batteries (4 x size “AA”),
thereby observing the indicated polarity.
c) If the green LED starts flashing, the batteries
are discharged and must be replaced.
Attention!
• If the green LED starts flashing,
the device will not function until the
batteries have been replaced.
• Use 'AA' Long-Life or Alkaline 1.5V
Batteries. Do not use rechargeable
batteries.
• If the printer is left unused for long
periods, remove the batteries from
the device.
Optional
Date & Time
Pr2
NAME:_______________
BIRTH:_______________
JAN•01•2005 00:09AM
---------------DATE TIME
D
S
Systolic, Diastolic, and
Pulse Readings
P
01. JAN-01-09:00AM
NAME:_______________
BIRTH:_______________
AVERAGE MODE
JAN•01•2005 00:09AM
---------------119 mmHg
SYS
80 mmHg
DIA
PULSE 68 BEAT/MIN
-----------------
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89
130 81
02. JAN-02-09:01AM
61
103 71
03. JAN-03-09:00AM
79
113 81
04. JAN-04-09:00AM
84
124 80
05. JAN-05-09:00AM
137 90 102
05. JAN-06-09:00AM
71
114 76
06. JAN-07-09:00AM
96
129 89
07. JAN-08-09:00AM
69
112 87
08. JAN-09-09:00AM
114 101 76
09. JAN-10-09:00AM
89
130 81
Average Reading
MEAN: 120-83-78
LED flashing
S RANGE: 103--137
D RANGE: 71--101
P RANGE: 61--102
----------------------mmHg
S=SYSTOLIC
mmHg
D=DIASTOLIC
BEAT/MIN
P=PULSE
A=AVERAGE
R=ARRHYTHMIA
50
100
150
Diastolic
81
01.
71
02.
81
03.
80
04.
90
05.
76
06.
89
07.
87
08.
09. 101
80
10.
80
11.
50
Systolic
130
103
113
124
137
114
129
112
114
127
119
Reading Sequence
Bar Graph
01.
02.
03.
04.
05.
06.
07.
08.
09.
10.
11.
Diastolic
Sy
81
130
71
103
81
113
80
124
90
13
76
114
89
129
87
112
101 120
80
127
80
119
50
50
100
150
200
6. TROUBLESHOOTING
If problems occur when using the printer, the following points should be checked and
if necessary, the corresponding remedies taken:
3
100 150
200
8
100 150
3.2. Using an AC Adapter
It is possible to operate this printer
through the ADC® AC adapter
(output 6V DC / 600mA with DIN plug). Make
certain that you use an AC adapter which fulfills the legal requirements.
4.6. Cutting Paper
Once you finish the printing job, check the paper to
see if it is easy to tear off.
• If it is not long enough to tear off, depress the
PAPER FEED button to lengthen the paper.
90 °
Note:
Paper cutter
• Don’t pull out the paper if you would like to cut it.
• To cut the paper, pull it forward over the paper cutter.
• The paper has to be vertical (90°) with the paper
LED bright
cutter; otherwise, the paper will be difficult to tear off. LED dark
• The print on the paper does not last forever. It fades
over time. This is normal for thermal printers such
as the ADC® diagnostic printer. The readability lasts longer the less the print is in
contact with light. If you file the printed paper in a folder, the print will last longer.
If you would like to store the values forever, we recommend you photocopy them
or transfer the data to another media.
5. HOW TO PRINT THE LAST STORED MEASUREMENT (One Reading)
a) Connect the printer to the monitor and switch the printer ON.
b) Press the PRINTER button of the monitor once. The display will show “Pr1” and
the printer will print last stored measurement for the active User (User1 or User 2)
a) Plug the DIN plug into the socket at the
back left of the instrument. (as shown in
diagram)
b) Plug the AC adapter into a 110V power
socket. Test that power is available by
sliding the 0/I (ON/OFF) switch.
Note:
• No power is taken from the batteries while the AC adapter is connected to the
instrument.
• If the power is interrupted during the measurement (e.g. by removal of the AC
adapter from the socket), the instrument must be reset by removing the DIN plug
from its socket.
• Consult ADC® if you have questions relating to the AC adapter.
NAME:_______________
3.3. Cable Connection
Insert one end of the cable into the printer
port socket at the back right of the
instrument (as shown in the diagram).
BIRTH:_______________
JAN•01•2005 00:09AM
---------------DATE TIME
D
S
P
01. JAN-01-09:00AM
Pr1
NAME:_______________
Optional
Single or Average Mode,
Date & Time
BIRTH:_______________
AVERAGE MODE
JAN•01•2005 00:09AM
---------------119 mmHg
SYS
80 mmHg
DIA
PULSE 68 BEAT/MIN
-----------------
Systolic, Diastolic, and
Pulse Readings
AC/DC adapter
socket
89
130 81
02. JAN-02-09:01AM
61
103 71
03. JAN-03-09:00AM
79
113 81
04. JAN-04-09:00AM
84
124 80
05. JAN-05-09:00AM
137 90 102
05. JAN-06-09:00AM
71
114 76
06. JAN-07-09:00AM
96
129 89
07. JAN-08-09:00AM
69
112 87
08. JAN-09-09:00AM
114 101 76
09. JAN-10-09:00AM
89
130 81
Connect the other end with the blood pressure monitor (both connectors are identical).
Printer port
socket
MEAN: 120-83-78
S RANGE: 103--137
D RANGE: 71--101
P RANGE: 61--102
----------------------mmHg
S=SYSTOLIC
mmHg
D=DIASTOLIC
BEAT/MIN
P=PULSE
A=AVERAGE
R=ARRHYTHMIA
50
7
100
150
Diastolic
81
01.
71
02.
81
03.
80
04.
90
05.
76
06.
89
07.
87
08.
09. 101
80
10.
50
100 150 200
200
Systolic
130
103
113
124
137
114
129
112
114
127
01.
02.
03.
04.
05.
06.
07.
08.
09.
10.
11.
Diastolic
Systolic
81
130
71
103
81
113
80
124
90
137
76
114
89
129
87
112
101 120
80
127
80
119
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3.4. Inserting the Paper Roll
• Switch the printer on by sliding the
I/O (ON/OFF) switch to the left.
4. CARRYING OUT A PRINTING OPERATION
4.1. Power On
Before powering the printer, check that the batteries
are inserted properly.
• Push the O/I ON/OFF switch to the left side in order
to power the printer.
• The green LED will light.
• Lift the top cover by squeezing the sides
with your fingers and pulling up.
• Insert the ”under” end of paper roll into the slot
of the internal compartment.
• Push the paper as deep as possible into
the slot.
4.2. Paper Feeding
Before you start the printing operation, check that
the paper is installed properly in the correct position.
If it is not, press the PAPER FEED button to feed additional
paper into the printer.
Note:
• Press the button once to advance 1 line.
• Continually depressing the button will advance
multiple lines.
• Press the PAPER FEED button until paper
appears at the Paper Cutter.
• Put paper roll into the compartment and
close the lid.
Paper roll
There is only 1 kind of paper roll used in this
unit. ADC® sells extra paper rolls, contact our
Customer Service Department for more
details.
Note:
• The paper roll is 1" thick (25mm-standard package) and 38mm wide.
• If there are problems when inserting the paper, cut the edge so that the corners of
the paper are square (90°, see below).
LED bright
LED bright
4.3. Printing
• Connect the printer with the monitor as explained in Section 3.3.
• Push the print button on the monitor (for details, refer to the manual of
the related monitor).
4.4. Low Voltage Indication
When the LED is flashing under power-on operation,
it indicates that new batteries are needed.
• When the batteries are replaced the printer will
LED flashing
operate properly.
Note:
• If the printer is connected with an AC adapter, the low voltage indicator
will not occur.
4.5. Power Off
After you are done printing, push the O/I (ON/OFF) switch
to the right side in order to turn off the printer.
• The LED will become dark.
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