Spot Vital Signs - Masterpiece 5.0

Spot Vital Signs - Masterpiece 5.0
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Service Manual
Spot Vital Signs
PN 95P506E
Copyright 2001
Welch Allyn, Inc. Spot Vital Signs Service Manual
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Spot Vital Signs Service Manual
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Revision History
Version
A
Date
3/31/01
Author
JDB
Description
Introduction of Service Manual
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Table of Contents
Section 1 General Information ................................................................................................................5
1.1-To Service Personnel:......................................................................................................................5
1.2 Limited Warranty............................................................................................................................6
Service Policy....................................................................................................................................6
Technical Assistance .........................................................................................................................6
1.3 Basic System Description ................................................................................................................8
Introduction.......................................................................................................................................8
1.4 Basic System Operation ...................................................................................................................9
1.5 Specifications ................................................................................................................................13
1.6 Identification Label and Serial Numbering System Defined ...........................................................16
1.7 Firmware Identification .................................................................................................................17
Section 2 Service ....................................................................................................................................18
2.1 Intent of Manual and Product Scope. .............................................................................................18
2.2 Test Equipment Bench Layout:......................................................................................................19
2.3 Required Tools and Fixtures for Service .......................................................................................20
2.4 Required Tools and Fixtures for Service .......................................................................................21
2.5-Replacement Parts :.......................................................................................................................22
2.6-Supplies and Accessories:..............................................................................................................22
2.7 Maintenance and Service Support.....................................................................................................25
Section 3 Problem Diagnosis...................................................................................................................26
3.1 Diagnostic Procedure for Returned Units..........................................................................................26
3.2 Calibration Procedure : Voltage ......................................................................................................29
3.3 Calibration Procedure : Pressure..................................................................................................30
3.4 SELF DIAGNOSTIC FAULT CODES ..........................................................................................31
3.5 COMPLAINT / CAUSE / CORRECTIVE ACTION.....................................................................33
Section 4 Removal/Replacement of Parts.................................................................................................39
4.1 Battery...........................................................................................................................................39
4.2 Temperature Pod and Temperature Connector PCB removal .........................................................40
4.3 Front Housing and Switch Array ...................................................................................................41
4.4 Display PCB.................................................................................................................................42
4.5 Remove Power and Battery Cable ..................................................................................................43
4.6 Main PCB Removal.......................................................................................................................44
4.7 SpO2 PCB Removal (If configured with SpO2) ............................................................................45
4.8 Pump and Valve Removal..............................................................................................................46
Section 5 Test Procedures........................................................................................................................47
Section 5.1 Calibration Tests...............................................................................................................47
Section 5.2 Current Tests ....................................................................................................................48
Section 5.3 Noise Levels......................................................................................................................49
Section 5.4 Button Test .......................................................................................................................50
Section 5.5 Interface Test ....................................................................................................................51
Section 5.6 Print Quality .....................................................................................................................52
Section 5.7 Pneumatic Tests ................................................................................................................53
Section 5.8 SpO2 Tests........................................................................................................................54
Section 5.9 Temperature Tests.............................................................................................................55
Section 5.10 Fail Safe Testing .............................................................................................................56
Section 5.11 Check List For Spot Vital Signs Service Work ..............................................................57
Section 6 Drawings .................................................................................................................................59
Section 7 Repair Test Specifications........................................................................................................60
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Section 1 General Information
1.1-To Service Personnel:
Read and understand the Spot Vital Signs Operator’s Manual and this Service Manual. The
information contained in both of these publications is subject to change without notice and should not
be construed as a commitment by Welch Allyn, Inc.
Welch Allyn assumes no responsibility for any errors that may appear in this manual. If the product
and/or its operation varies significantly from any description herein, please contact the following:
WELCH ALLYN,, INC. TECHNICAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT:
1-800-450-9275
(828) 684-4895
Fax (828)687-1002
Welch Allyn,, Inc. .
95 Old Shoals Road
Arden, North Carolina 28704
This product has been designed to provide a high degree of safety and reliability. However, we can
not guarantee against: deterioration of components due to aging, normal wear, tampering, and abuse.
All service and repairs must be performed by authorized Welch Allyn personnel or agents, using
approved Welch Allyn replacement parts and approved process materials. Failure to so will
invalidate the product warranty. Please refer to the product warranty for specific coverage.
Welch Allyn, Inc.
95 Old Shoals Road
Arden, North Carolina 28704
USA
1 800 450-9275
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1.2 Limited Warranty
Welch Allyn, Inc. warrants the Spot Vital Signs, when new, to be free of defects in material and
workmanship and to perform in accordance with manufacturer's specifications for a period of two
years from the date of purchase from Welch Allyn, Inc. or its authorized distributors or agents.
Welch Allyn, Inc. will either repair or replace any components found to be defective or at variance
from manufacturer's specifications within this time at no cost to the customer. It shall be the
purchaser's responsibility to return the instrument to Welch Allyn, Inc. or an authorized distributor,
agent or service representative. This warranty does not include breakage or failure due to tampering,
misuse, neglect, accidents, modification or shipping. This warranty is also void if the instrument is
not used in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations or if repaired by other than Welch
Allyn, Inc. or an authorized agent. Purchase date determines warranty requirements. No other
express warranty is given.
To receive service assistance or to ask questions regarding this
warranty, please call or write:
Welch Allyn, Inc. Technical Services Dept.
95 Old Shoals Road
Arden, North Carolina 28704 USA
1 (800) 450-9275 or (828) 684-4895
Fax: (828) 687-1002
Service Policy
All repairs on products under warranty must be performed or approved by a Welch Allyn, Inc.
Service Center. Unauthorized repairs will void the warranty. Products out of warranty should be
repaired by qualified electronics personnel or a Welch Allyn, Inc. Service Center.
Technical Assistance
If you have an equipment problem that you cannot resolve, call the Welch Allyn, Inc. Service Center
nearest you for assistance. Technical service support is available to you by telephone on normal
business days at the locations listed on the next page
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Before returning a product for repair you must obtain authorization from Welch Allyn, Inc. An
RMA (Return Material Authorization) number will be given to you by our service personnel. Be
sure to note this number on the outside of your shipping box. Returns without an RMA number
will not be accepted for delivery.
Welch Allyn, Inc. Service Centers
For Service or Repair
USA Customers
Welch Allyn, Inc.
Technical Service Centers
95 Old Shoals Road
Arden, NC 28704-9739 USA
Phone: 828-684-4895
Fax: 828-687-1002
CANADA Customers
Welch Allyn Canada Limited
Technical Service Centers
160 Matheson Blvd., East
Mississauga, Ontario L4Z CANADA
Phone: 905-890-0004 or 1 800-561-8797
Fax: 905-890-0008
INTERNATIONAL Customers
Welch Allyn GmbH
Technical Service Center
Zollerstrasse 2-4 Road
D-72417 Jungingen
GERMANY
Phone: [49]-7477-927-10
Fax: [49]-7477-9271-90
Welch Allyn Australia Pty. Ltd.
Technical Service Center
5/38-46 South Street
Rydalmere NSW 1701
AUSTRALIA
Phone: [61] 29-4183-155
Fax: [61] 29-4183 650
Welch Allyn Ltd.
21-09 Golden Mile to 6001
Beach Road
Singapore 199589
REPUBLIC OF SINGAPORE
Phone: [65]-291-0882
Fax: [65]-291-5780
Welch Allyn UK Ltd.
Cublington Road
Aston Abbots
Buckinghamshire HP22 4ND
UNITED KINGDOM
Phone: [44] 129-668-2140
Fax: [44] 129-668-2104
LATIN AMERICA Customers
MDI International
Technical Service Centers
7324 SW 48th Street
Suite A
Miami, FL 33155 USA
Phone: (305)-669-9591
Fax: (305)-669-1971
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1.3 Basic System Description
Introduction
The Welch Allyn Spot Vital Signs is designed to non-invasively and automatically measure systolic
and diastolic pressure, pulse rate, temperature and oxygen saturation (SpO2 ) for adult and pediatric
patients. THE WELCH ALLYN SPOT VITAL SIGNS IS NOT INTENDED TO BE USED ON
NEONATAL PATIENTS. All blood pressure, pulse, temperature and SpO2 values can be viewed on
a large, easy-to-read display, and may be printed via the IrDA port to an external printer as desired.
The rechargeable lead acid battery and variety of mounting accessories make the Welch Allyn Spot
Vital Signs convenient for many locations. The operator may choose any combination of
simultaneous measurement modalities. The Welch Allyn Spot Vital Signs is intended for use in a wide
variety of health care settings. This includes hospital departments, as well as alternate care settings,
such as physicians offices, clinics, and long term care facilities. The Welch Allyn Spot Vital Signs is
not intended for continuous monitoring of patients, or for use during transport of a patient. The
Welch Allyn Spot Vital Signs is not intended for use in environments that are not supervised by a
health care practitioner.
Refer to the Spot Vital Signs Operator’s Manual for complete information on Indications For Use,
Special Features, Supplies and Accessories
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1.4 Basic System Operation
Blood Pressure Measurements
A single blood pressure determination is made when the blood pressure START/STOP button is
pushed.
A measurement cycle may be cancelled at any time by pressing the BP START/STOP button again.
This action immediately initiates a rapid cuff deflation.
The blood pressure measurement data will appear on the display immediately following the
measurement and remain displayed for two minutes. After two minutes, the display goes blank, and
the device will go into standby mode. The most recent BP measurement may be recalled by pressing
the Print, Mode, Next Patient/Clear or BP Start/Stop button.
Max/Min Blood Pressure Ranges
The maximum and minimum ranges of blood pressure are detailed below:
Mean Arterial Pressure (MAP)
Ranges 40 - 190mmHg
Calculated from Systolic and Diastolic data (not directly measured).
Temperature Operating Modes
Thermometry measurements are made with the Welch Allyn SureTemp ™ technology. Oral and rectal
probes utilize single-use disposable probe covers that limit cross-contamination. Oral, axillary or
rectal temperatures are taken using ‘Normal or ‘Monitor operating modes. Axillary temperatures are
taken using the (blue) oral probe.
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Rectal temperatures are taken using the (red) rectal probe. In the Normal mode the thermometer's
microprocessor "predicts" body temperature in about 4 seconds for oral temperatures, about 10
seconds for axillary temperatures, and in about 15 seconds for rectal temperatures. The monitor mode
displays the patient’s actual temperature after 3 minutes for oral/ rectal mode and 5 minutes for
axillary mode, and will continue to display an updated temperature as long as the probe remains in
place. Temperature readings may be displayed in Fahrenheit or Celsius scales.
Max/Min Temperature Ranges
Temperature Normal Mode
In Normal Mode, the Spot Vital Signs will measure temperature at discrete intervals and then
calculate the rate of change according to a proven algorithm. This allows the thermometer to predict
the end point that the thermistor would reach if it were left in the mouth until it reached mouth
temperature. This predictive feature allows the thermometer to arrive at an accurate oral temperature
reading in approximately 4 seconds.
Normal mode is the default operating mode for the temperature determinations.
Operator selectable patient alarm limits are not available in temperature Normal mode. However,
temperatures that are outside of the operating range of the device will be noted on the temperature
display.
Temperature Monitor Mode
Continuous Monitor Mode operation is normally used when difficult situations prevent accurate
temperatures from being taken in the Normal mode. The probe must be in contact with tissue for at
least three minutes for accurate oral/rectal temperature measurement and five minutes for accurate
axillary temperature measurement. Monitor mode temperatures may not be identical to predicted
‘Normal’ temperatures because of ambient temperature influence and other factors The trend in
temperature is the important standard to be observed when in the Monitor mode. Operator selectable
patient alarm limits are not available in temperature monitor mode. However, temperatures that are
outside of the normal operating range of the device will be noted on the temperature display.
SpO2 Operating Mode
* The Spot Vital Signs incorporates the Nellcor Puritan Bennett ™ pulse oximetry system which
determines arterial oxyhemoglobin saturation (SpO2 %) by measuring the absorption of red and
infrared light passed through the tissues.
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* Changes in absorption caused by pulsation of blood in the vascular bed are used to determine
arterial saturation and pulse rate. Oxygen saturation percent is calculated with each pulse detected,
and thus the device display is continually updated. The pulse signal bar graph is an indicator of the
strength and quality of the detected pulses.
* The Spot Vital Signs is capable of determining pulse rate as an adjunct to the blood pressure
measurement and the SpO2 measurement.
* The pulse rate, in beats per minute, will be determined primarily from the SpO2 measurement
methodology. In the case where SpO2 is not available, or is disabled, the pulse rate display will be
driven from data collected as part of the blood pressure measurement method.
* Removal of the SpO2 sensor from the patient will initiate an audible beep, to alert the user that the
sensor has been disconnected.
* SpO2 is generally measured via pulses detected using a finger sensor, and performs most accurately
with the finger clip sensor. The finger clip sensor may be used on all fingers except the thumb. For
certain situations SpO2 may be measured at alternate sites including the earlobe, forehead and toes.
Special sensors must be employed in these situations. The finger clip sensor is recommended for spot
checks or short-term evaluation (less than 60 minutes). Patient supervision is required as the Spot
Vital Signs has no alarm capability.
* Oxygen Saturation and pulse rate is displayed on the LCD display. On each detected pulse, the
pulse signal bar graph flashes. The intensity of this signal is a simple visual indicator of waveform
signal strength, and can identify situations where the pulsatile nature of the tissue may not be
adequate for an accurate SpO2 reading. The update interval bar of the bar graph should correspond
to the patient’s pulse rate. This is an indication of the quality of the SpO2 signal.
Max/min SpO2 Ranges
The SpO2 sensor is designed to detect oxygen saturation as follows:
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Pulse Rate Feature
The Welch Allyn Spot Vital Signs is capable of determining pulse rate as an adjunct to the blood
pressure measurement and the SpO2 measurement. The pulse rate, in beats per minute, will be
determined primarily from the SpO2 measurement methodology. In the case where SpO2 is not
available, or is disabled, the pulse rate display will be derived by data from the blood pressure
measurement method.
Max/Min Pulse Rate Ranges
The maximum and minimum pulse rate ranges are as follows:
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1.5 Specifications
The performance specifications of the Spot Vital Signs are as follows:
Patient Population
The Welch Allyn Spot Vital Signs is designed for use with adult and pediatric patients. Welch Allyn
defines a pediatric patient as 29 days old and above. THE SPOT VITAL SIGNS IS NOT
INTENDED FOR USE WITH NEONATES. Welch Allyn defines neonates as children 28 days or
less of age born at term (37 weeks gestation or more): otherwise, up to 44 gestational weeks.
Cuff Pressure Range
0 mmHg - 300mmHg
Initial Cuff Inflation
160 mmHg, smart inflation
Systolic Determination
Maximum: 250 mmHg
Minimum: 60 mmHg
Diastolic Determination
Maximum: 160 mmHg
Minimum: 30 mmHg
Blood Pressure Accuracy
Blood pressure accuracy meets or exceeds SP10-1992 AAMI standards for non-invasive blood
pressure accuracy (AAMI standard: ± 5 mmHg mean error; 8 mmHg standard deviation). Blood
pressure accuracy is validated for pressure measurement using the upper arm only.
Blood Pressure Determination Time
20 seconds to 45 seconds typical, 165 seconds maximum.
Pulse Rate Determination (Using SpO2 determination)
Maximum: 245bpm
Minimum: 25bpm
Pulse Rate Accuracy
SpO2 Module Heart Rate ±3.0 bpm
Blood Pressure Algorithm Heart Rate ±5.0
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Overpressure Cutoff
315 mmHg ±15 mmHg
Temperature Ranges
Temperature Accuracy
Temperature accuracy meets or exceeds ASTM E112-86: "Standard Specification for Electronic
Thermometer for Intermittent Determination of Patient Temperature."
Temperature Determination Time
(Oral) 4 seconds typical, 15 seconds maximum
(Axillary) 10 seconds typical
(Rectal) 15 seconds typical
Oxygen Saturation Range (SpO2 %)
40-100% oxygen saturation
SpO2 Accuracy
±3% in the range of 70-100% oxygen saturation (1 Standard Deviation)
<70% unspecified by the OEM.
Battery Charging
To 90%-100% capacity in 12 hours. Unit will operate and charge battery simultaneously when
connected to power source.
Mechanical Specifications
Dimensions
Height 9.70 inches (24.64 cm)
Length 5.72 inches (14.53 cm)
Depth 4.73 inches (12.01 cm)
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Weight
Approximately 4.25 pounds
Mounting
Self-supporting on rubber feet
Custom Mobile Stand
Custom Made Wall Mount
Portability
May be hand carried when held by the rear handle.
Electrical Specifications
Power Requirements
Patient-Rated isolation transformer is connected to AC mains:
North American Version: 120VAC, 60 Hz. 0.20A Input Source, 8VDC, 0.75A Output Source
International Version: 220-240VAC, 50-60Hz 0.20A Input Source, 8VDC, 0.75A Output Source
Battery
Lead acid, with external charger.
A fully charged battery will support 150"typical" blood pressure determinations taken at 7 minute
intervals. Battery is 90-100% charged after 6-12 hours of charging. The battery automatically charges
when the Spot Vital Signs is powered through the AC power transformer. The battery will charge
faster when the instrument is not in operation.
Environmental Specifications
Operating Temperature
+10°C to +40°C (Except temperature 16°C to 40° C)
+50°F to +104°F
Storage Temperature
-20°C to +50°C
-4°F to +122°F
Relative Humidity
15 to 90% (non-condensing)
Operating Altitude
-170m to +4877m
-557ft. to +16,000ft.
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1.6 Identification Label and Serial Numbering System Defined
The identification label for the 420 Series Spot Vital Signs is shown below. It is located on the
bottom of the unit.
The serial number for the device would consist of nine (9) numbers and a bar code. These would be
located in the square below the words “420 Series.” An example of the number and the explanation is
shown below:
200100001
The four digits on the left Are the year of manufacture of the device.
The five digits on the right are the sequence of build starting with 00001 annually.
(The example number above would be the first unit built in 2001)
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1.7 Firmware Identification
To confirm the software levels of the 420 Series Spot Vital Signs, place the unit into the
“Configuration Test” mode by holding down the Start button while the unit is being powered up.
The main software versions will appear as follows:
* In the SW1 Screen, the top two numbers is the software version of the Spot Module and the other
numbers are for the SpO2 module (if installed). Press the “Start” or “Clear” button to cycle through
the SpO2 software number.
In the SW2 screen, The two numbers represent the NIBP module software and the Temperature
Algorithm Version (If temperature is active.).
Note: Verify the firmware levels by reviewing the Repair Test Specifications document.
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Section 2 Service
2.1 Intent of Manual and Product Scope.
This manual provides technical service and re-calibration information to technicians authorized to
repair and recalibrate Welch Allyn, Inc. products. When used in conjunction with the required test
equipment and tools, technicians will be able to diagnose, repair, and recalibrate, and test the Spot
Vital Signs.
The manual includes: Re-calibration instructions, fault/cause analysis, step by step disassembly and reassembly procedures, repair, adjustment, and re-test procedures.
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2.2 Test Equipment Bench Layout:
Figure 2.2 depicts recommended layout of test equipment and special tools for service and recalibration of the Spot Vital Signs.
500 CC
Volume
250 CC
Volume
100 CC
Volume
DMM
Voltage
+
Power
Supply
-
+
DMM
Current
-
+
Setra Meter
Or
Netech Meter
To black wire
To red wire
Connect To Power
of the Spot Check
Device
2” Tubing
3” Tubing
4” Tubing
15” Tubing
Welch Allyn Spot Device
10” Tubing
To the Spot Vital Signs
Nellcor
Patient
Simulator
SRC-2
3” Tubing
To Bulb and Valve
Diatek
Calibrator
9600
PC, IBM Comp. 486
133 MHz, 8 Mb RAM
Windows 95 OS
FIGURE 2.2
BENCH LAYOUT FOR RE-CALIBRATING AND TESTING SPOT VITAL SIGNS
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2.3 Required Tools and Fixtures for Service
Special tools below can be ordered from Welch Allyn, Inc.
DESCRIPTION
TOOL #
100cc TEST VOLUME
T112819
250cc TEST VOLUME
T112818
500cc TEST VOLUME
T112854
DIGITAL TIMER
8456T12
PLIERS
T112458
BULB AND VALVE
5088-01
WIRE CUTTERS
T112486
TWEEZERS
T112511
PNEUMATIC TUBING (3 ea.)
5089-12
"Y" FITTING
9586TPK4
"T" FITTING (3)
9585TPK4
TEST CABLE (IR)
66P824
TEST CABLE (Service Cable Kit)
66S553
PNEUMATIC CLAMPS (3)
21730-001
TORQUE SCREWDRIVER
T112917
TORQUE SCREWDRIVER
T112918
TORQUE DRIVER
T112918A
CUSTOM REPAIR SOFTWARE
130S57
#4 PHILLIPS BIT
T112919
T10 TORX BIT
T114030
3/8 HEX SOCKET
T114135
CABLE TIE TOOL
T112845
DIATEK 9600 CALIBRATOR
01800-210
DIATEK CAL. KEY
06137-000
NELLCOR PATIENT SIMULATOR
SRC-2
NELLCOR TEST CABLE
EC-8
SERVICE MANUAL
4200-145E
DIGITAL PRESSURE METERS
SETRA METER (0-10 PSIG)
2270-01
NETECH METER
200-2000IN
Notes: The entire set of equipment listed above can be ordered through Welch Allyn by the following
number: Eleckit
A Setra Meter (2270-01) or a Netech Meter (200-2000 IN) must to be ordered along with the Eleckit.
Individual equipment numbers can be ordered by themselves.
NO DISCOUNTS
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2.4 Required Tools and Fixtures for Service
The following equipment is need for service/repair and can not be obtained from Welch Allyn, Inc.
- IBM compatible 486 133 MHz computer or better. The computer must have Windows 95 with a
serial port. CPU must have 8 Megabytes of RAM.
- 2 Digital Multi-Meters. These meters must have 4 1/2 digit displays for accuracy.
- Power Supply. 0-20 Vdc adjustable with 0-3A output.
- Oscilloscope. 60 MHz minimum.
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Drawing Number
Reference*
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
421100-502
421030
421023-501
421045
421020-501
421002-501
421029
421040
421049-502
421044
421048
421042
421047
421009
421105-501
125S222
421099
18
19
20
121S106
421066
421001-502
Part #
2.5-Replacement Parts :
Description
Main PCB
Flex Cable; Main to Display
Pump Sub-assembly
IR Window
Display Module
Battery Assembly
Cable Assembly (Power)
Rear Housing
Front Housing Assembly
Temperature Pod Housing
SpO2 Cover
Battery Cover
SpO2 Latch
Key Pad
Temperature Assembly PCB
Nellcor SpO2 PCB
Cable Assembly (pump/valve - Pneutronics
Valve)
Pneutronics Valve
Flex Cable, Temperature to Main PCB
Pneumatic Assembly
* - Numbers corresponding to the parts shown in the exploded view drawing in section 6.
2.6-Supplies and Accessories:
The following parts can be purchased by the end user as well as the authorized repair sites.
Blood Pressure Accessories And Supplies- Latex Free
Cuff and Bag Combination
5200-01 Adult (cuff, bladder and connector)
5200-02 Large Adult (cuff, bladder and connector)
5200-03 Small (cuff, bladder and connector)
5200-10 Thigh (cuff, bladder and connector)
Durable One-Piece Cuff
5200-13 Small Child (one-piece cuff and connector)
5200-14 Child (one piece cuff and connector)
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5200-15 Small Adult (one piece cuff and connector)
5200-16 Adult (one piece cuff and connector
5200-17 Lg. Adult (one piece cuff and connector)
5200-18 Extra Large Adult (one piece cuff and connector)
Disposable Monitor Style One-Piece Blood Pressure Cuff
5082-93-3 Small Child Cuff
5082-94-3 Child Cuff (white)
5082-94P-3 Child Cuff (print)
5082-95-3 Small Adult Cuff
5082-96-3 Adult Cuff
5082-97-3 Large Adult Cuff
5082-98-3 Thigh Cuff
Miscellaneous
5082-59 Cuff: Adult
5082-61 Cuff: Large Adult
5082-63 Cuff: Child Print
5082-64 Cuff: Thigh
5200-04 Bladder: Adult (includes connector)
5200-05 Bladder: Large Adult (includes connector)
5200-06 Bladder: Child (includes connector)
5200-11 Bladder: Thigh (includes connector)
5200-07 Coiled Pressure Hose (8ft.) (2.4M) Note: One additional hose may be connected to provide
extended length. All appropriate connectors are included.
5200-12 Straight Pressure Hose (8ft.) (2.4M)
5200-08 Calibration T-Connector
Temperature Accessories And Supplies
02678-100 Oral Probe: (9ft.) (2.7M)
02679-100 Rectal Probe: (9ft.) (2.7M)
05031-101 Disposable Probe Covers (1000 covers, packaged 25/box)
06137-000 Temperature Calibration key
01800-210 Model 9600 Temperature Calibration Kit, 110v
Nellcor Puritan Bennett ™ Pulse Oximetry Accessories And Supplies
DS-100A DURASENSOR ® Adult Oxygen Transducer
EC-8 Extension Cable (8ft.)
D-YS DURA-Y ® Oxygen Transducer (1 sensor, 40 wraps)
D-YSE Ear Clip, (use with Dura-Y sensor)
D-YSPD PediCheck ™ Pediatric Spot Check (use with Dura-Y sensor)
D-25 OXISENSOR ® II Adult Digit Oxygen Transducer (case of 24)
D-25L OXISENSOR ® II Adult Digit Oxygen Transducer, long cable (case of 24)
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D-20 OXISENSOR ® II Pediatric Oxygen Transducer (case of 24)
I-20 OXISENSOR ® II Infant Digit Oxygen Transducer (case of 24)
R-15 OXISENSOR ® II Adult Nasal Oxygen Transducer (case of 24)
OXICLIQ ® A Adult Oxygen Transducer, use with OC-3 cable (case of 24)
OXICLIQ ® P Pediatric Oxygen Transducer, use with OC-3 cable (case of 24)
OC-3 OXICLIQ ® Sensor Cable
OXI-A/N OXIBAND ® Adult/ Neonatal Oxygen Transducer (1 sensor, 50 wraps)
OXI-P/I OXIBAND ® Pediatric/ Infant Oxygen Transducer (1 sensor, 50 wraps)
RS-10 Reflectance Oxygen Transducer (6 sensors, 6 headbands)
SRC-2 Portable Oximetry Tester
Mounting Accessories And Supplies
4200-60 Complete Mobile Stand Unit
includes: Storage Basket Pole and Base Assembly Transformer Mounting Kit
4200-62 Complete Wall Mount Unit
includes: Storage Basket Wall Mount Bracket Transformer Mounting Kit Recommended.
4200-64 Complete IV Pole Mount Unit
includes: Storage Basket, IV Pole Mount Bracket, Transformer Mounting Bracket.
4200-70 Anti-Theft Kit for Mounting Device
Miscellaneous Supplies
14042 Thermal Printer
14052 Thermal Printer with Mobile Stand Mount
53600 Printer Paper (1 case, 6 boxes, 24 rolls)
53600B Printer Paper (4 roll box)
4200-84 Lead Acid Battery
4200-85E Operator Manual
421054-1E Quick Reference Card
4200-145E Service Manual
4200-100 Welch Allyn Spot Vital Signs Carrying Case
5200-101A AC Power Transformer (desktop transformer, line cord not included)
-North American Version
5200-102A AC Power Transformer (desktop transformer, line cord not included)
-European Version
5200-103A AC Power Transformer (desktop transformer, line cord not included)
-United Kingdom Version
4200-110 Line Cord (United States/Canada/Japan version)
4200-111 Line Cord (European version)
4200-112 Line Cord (United Kingdom version)
4200-113 Line Cord (Australian version)
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2.7 Maintenance and Service Support
Owner Maintenance: Non-Technical customers can perform normal maintenance per the
instructions provided in the Operator’s Manual. End users will be able to perform basic operations
such as replacement of: hoses, cuffs, probes, and batteries. On this level the unit will not be opened
(except for the battery housing). Opening of the Spot Vital Signs by untrained individuals will damage
the unit and void the warranty.
Technical Service/Repair/Re-calibration: Properly trained and equipped bio-medical
departments and service centers will be able to utilize the content of this Service Manual. Technical
skills in electronics and PC skills are required. These departments and centers must have service
manual and re-calibration software, repair tools and test equipment as listed in this manual.
Note: Welch Allyn, Inc. recommends that the calibration of the Spot Vital Signs be checked on a
yearly basis for BP, Temperature and SpO2 (if applicable).
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Section 3 Problem Diagnosis
3.1 Diagnostic Procedure for Returned Units
NOTES:
A. The word “unit” in this text refers to the Spot Vital Signs.
B. “Menu|Choice” represents menu commands. Rather than use the phrase “choose the exit command
from the File menu.”
1. Remove the battery from the unit. Connect the unit to the power supply. Set the power supply to
6.5 Vdc +/- 0.2 Vdc.
2. With a digital multi-meter, check the voltage of the battery. If the voltage of the battery is less than
6.0 Vdc, the battery needs to be charged. Up on completion of this procedure, place the battery back
into the unit and plug up the charger. Let the battery charge for 8 hours. Next allow the unit to set for
1 day and recheck the battery voltage. If the voltage is below 6.0 Vdc, change the battery.
(Reference section 4.1 page 39)
3. Power up the unit. If the unit does not power up:
A. Insure the power supply is on and has the correct requirements as called out for in the
repair manual.
B. The power supply is connected to the unit and turned on.
C. Check that the fuse is not blown. (Reference section 4.6 page 44)
D. Change the main PCB. (Reference section 4.6 page 44)
E. Change the display PCB. (Reference section 4.4 page 42)
If the unit does power up:
4.To check the display PCB, observe the unit during power up. All of the LCD segments should be lit
for 1-2 seconds before the unit gets to its normal mode. If the unit has any LCD segments out change
the display PCB. (Reference section 4.4 page 42)
5. Run a couple of blood pressure cycles to insure proper inflation/deflation and readings.
6. If the unit is not inflating/deflating properly:
A. Open up the unit by removing the 4 housing screws.
B. Check the unit for pinched tubing if the unit is deflating too slow. With the housing
opened, re-run the blood pressure cycle to see if the deflating problem has been fix. Reroute tubing if pinch is found.
C. If there are no pinched tubes, change the valve. (Reference section 4.8 page 46)
D. Power down the unit. Place unit into configuration test mode by holding down the “start”
button as power is re-applied. Press the mode button until “cal” appears in at the top of
the LCD window.
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Press the “start” button to close the valve. Pump up the unit using the bulb and valve
inflate the unit to 250 mmHg. Confirm the unit meets the specification for leak called out
in the Repair Test Specification document. If the unit is leaking:
E. Pinch off the tubing leading to the pump. If this stops the leak, change the pump.
(Reference section 4.8 page 46)
F. Pinch off the tubing leading to the valve. If this stops the leak, change the valve.
(Reference section 4.8 page 46)
G. Pinch off the tubing leading to the transducer. If this stops the leak, change the Main PCB.
(Reference section 4.6 page 44)
7. If the unit is inflating/deflating properly however there is no reading given, change out the main
PCB. (Reference section 4.6 page 44)
8. FOR THE SPO2 OPTION: Connect the patient simulator to the unit SpO2 connection by the
Nellcor SpO2 cable. Confirm readings equal to the specifications called out in the Repair Test
Specifications document. If there is no reading, change out the SpO2 PCB. (Reference section 4.7
page 45)
9. FOR THE TEMPERATURE OPTION: Remove the temperature probe and view the
temperature window on the display. Make sure the temperature is in the “monitor mode.” This will be
displayed at the bottom of the window. If the unit is not in monitor mode, wait approximately 40-60
seconds and the unit will automatically transfer into the monitor mode. Using the Diatek 9600
calibrator set at 96.4 F/ 35.8 C or using a water bath between 84 F and 106 F, place the probe into
the small hole on top of the 9600 calibrator or into bath. If there is no reading place the probe back
into its housing, remove and retry. If there is still no reading, change the probe and retry the test. If
there is still no reading place the probe back into the housing, unplug the probe and plug in the calkey (5200-25), remove the probe and Confirm reading meets specifications called out on the Repair
Test Specification document. If there is no reading at this point, change the temperature connector
PCB and cable to the main PCB. (Reference section 4.2 page 40)
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10. FOR THE COMMUNICATION OPTION: Select Tools|Options to insure that the
communication port that the cable is connected to is selected. Select “test” and ensure that the Spot
Device responds accordingly. If an error is present, ensure that there is no obstacles in the way of the
IR window and re-try the test. If the error is still present, change out the main PCB. (Reference
section 4.6 page 44)
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3.2 Calibration Procedure : Voltage
VOLTAGE CALIBRATION
1. Connect the unit to the test station by hooking up the pneumatic tubing, and removing the battery
and connecting the power supply. Ensure that there are no obstacles in the way of the IR window.
Adjust the power supply to 5.5 +0.2/-0 Vdc.
2. Place the unit into the “configuration test mode” by holding down the start button while powering
up the unit. Allow the software versions to be displayed then press the mode button until the unit
displays “BAT” in the LCD window.
3. Go to the repair software and choose Calibrate|Voltage.
4. View the digital multi-meter (DMM) that is connected to the power supply reading the voltage.
Move the cursor to the “Calibrated Voltage” box and type in the voltage that you observe on the
DMM. In the software, select “Update.”
5. The software will then prompt you to enter in a “Calibration Signature.” Move the cursor to the
box and enter the three initials of your name. Then select “OK.”
6. At this point you should see the voltage on the LCD display of the unit change to match that of
the DMM.
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3.3 Calibration Procedure : Pressure
PRESSURE CALIBRATION
1. Connect the unit to the test station by hooking up the pneumatic tubing, removing the battery and
connecting the power supply. Ensure that there are no obstacles in the way of the IR window.
Ensure that the voltage of the power supply is 6.5 +/- 0.2 Vdc.
2. Place the unit into the “configuration test mode” by holding down the start button while powering
up the unit. Allow the software versions to be displayed then press the mode button until the unit
displays “CAL” in the LCD window.
3. Go to the repair software and choose Calibrate|Manometer.
4. Ensure that the valve is “open” and select “Calibrate 0.”
5. Once this is completed successfully, close the valve by pressing the “start” button.
6. Ensure that the 500cc volume is the only volume in the system, and increase the pressure to 250
+/- 5 mmHg using the bulb and valve.
7. Place the cursor into the box below the “calibrate 0” button and type in the value of the pressure
reading seen on the pressure meter.
8. Once completed, select “calibrate 250.”
9. Select “OK” and the software will respond by asking “Are you sure?” and then asking for a
calibration signature (your initials).
10. After placing your initials in to the dialog box. Select “OK” and the pressure calibration is
complete. Cycle power to the unit for the changes in the calibration to take effect.
END OF SECTION 3.3
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3.4 SELF DIAGNOSTIC FAULT CODES
The following is a list of all possible error codes and there meanings.
MAIN BOARD/BLOOD PRESSURE ERROR CODES
ERROR CODE
C02
C03
C04
C05
C06
C12
C13
E10
E11
E20
E30
E31
E32
E33
E34
E35
E36
E37
E38
E41
E43
DESCRIPTION
Auto-Zero Failure
Inflation Too Rapid
Excessive Inflation Time
Excessive Noise
Outside Measuring Range
Ambient Temperature Out of Range
Battery Failure
Over Pressure Violation
Internal Safety Violation
Missed A/D Sample
ROM Failure
RAM Failure
Factory EEPROM Checksum Failure
User EEPROM Checksum Failure
A/D Converter Failure
SpO2 PCB Failure
Temperature PCB Failure
Printer Failure
Real Time Clock Failure
Stepper Valve Bad
Event Log Erased
SpO2 ERROR CODES
ERROR CODE
E7
C9
DESCRIPTION
Internal Malfunction
10 Minute Diagnostic Limit Exceeded
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TEMPERATURE BOARD ERROR CODES
ERROR CODE
E0.1
E0.2
E0.3
Show “A” in Temperature display. Flash Up arrow.
Show “A” in Temperature display. Flash Down arrow.
E0.6
E0.9
E1.0
E1.1
E1.2
E1.4
E1.5
E1.6
E1.7
E1.8
E9.1
Broken probe icon:
“P”
C22
DESCRIPTION
Probe Heater Accumulator
Probe A/D Pulse Width Error
Adaptive Probe Gain too High or Low
Ambient Temperature too High
Ambient Temperature too Low
Host system has violated the interface rules
Rcal resistor pulse too long.
Rcal resistor pulse too short
PTB Resistor above 98.55ºF
PTB Resistor below 98.15ºF
Q Only turned heater circuit on
C only turned heater circuit on
Heater Circuit Error
Heater temperature error
Heater found on at end of pulse.
Communication Error
Broken or Missing Probe
Loss of Tissue Contact
10 Minute Diagnostic Limit Exceeded
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3.5 COMPLAINT / CAUSE / CORRECTIVE ACTION
Troubleshooting: General Guide To Problems And Corrective Actions
QUICK GUIDE TO TAKING A MANUAL (AUSCULTATORY) BLOOD PRESSURE
Action:
1. Collect appropriate equipment.
Use a certified accurate sphygmomanometer and quality stethoscope.
Select a blood pressure cuff of a suitable size. Use a blood pressure cuff of the largest
appropriate size for patient (see markings on inside of cuff).
2. Have the patient assume a comfortable position with the upper arm relaxed at heart level and the
lower arm passively supported.
3. Expose the area of the brachial artery by removing clothing, or move a sleeve, if not too tight,
above the area where the cuff will be placed.
4. Center the cuff bladder so that the lower edge is at least 1 inch (2.5cm) above the bend of inner
arm of the elbow.
5. Palpate the brachial or radial pulse.
6. Inflate the cuff until the pulsation disappears. Then continue to inflate until the pressure reads 30
mmHg above the point where the pulse disappeared.
7. Listen carefully with stethoscope over brachial artery while controlling the release of air at a rate
of 3 mmHg per second.
8. Systolic is determined by reading the manometer gauge when the first faint but clear tapping
sound is heard with the stethoscope.
9. Diastolic, in adults, is determined by reading the manometer gauge to the closest even number
when the last sound is heard.
10. Release the air quickly after at least 10 to 20 mmHg of silence.
11. Explanation:
a. Many sphygmomanometers are inaccurate. Low quality stethoscopes do not transmit sound well
enough for blood pressure sounds to be heard accurately. A cuff that is either too large or too
small will produce an inaccurate reading.
b. If the arm is not at the proper level, inaccurate readings will result
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c. Clothing over the artery hinders the ability to hear and may cause inaccurate readings. Tight
clothing may cause vessel congestion and inaccurate readings.
d. This places the cuff in the best position for occluding the blood flow through the brachial artery.
e. Determines the most accurate location for assessment and approximation of systolic pressure.
f. Facilitates identification of Phase One Korotkoff sounds.
g. One of the major sources of error in auscultatory blood pressure measurement is deflating the cuff
too quickly. It is a normal operation of the Welch Allyn Spot Vital Signs to deflate at the
American Heart Association recommended 3 mmHg per second.
h. Follows AHA recommended standards.
i. Diastolic blood pressure in children is the point at which the sound becomes muffled.
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Section 4 Removal/Replacement of Parts
4.1 Battery
1. Lay unit face down on the test bench
2. Remove the 4 Phillips head screws holding the battery cover/handle to the unit using T112918
with the #4 Phillips bit.
3. Lift handle/cover and aside.
4. Lift battery from housing and disconnect the Molex connector.
Reassemble in reverse order.
End of Section 4.1
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4.2 Temperature Pod and Temperature Connector PCB removal
1. Lay unit face down on the test bench
2. Remove the 4 Phillips head screws holding the battery cover/handle to the unit using T112918
with the #4 Phillips bit (T112919).
3. Lift handle/cover and aside.
4. Lift battery from housing and disconnect the Molex connector.
5. Remove 3 #10 Torx Screws from the temperature pod using T112917 with the #10 Torx bit
(T114030).
6. Roll temperature pod toward top of the unit and place on test bench.
7. Unplug the flex cable from the temperature connector PCB and aside the temperature pod.
8. Remove the #10 Torx screws from the temperature connector PCB using T112917 with the #10
Torx bit (T114030). Aside the temperature connector PCB.
9. Remove the temperature probe housing by removing the two #10 Torx screws using T112917
with the #10 Torx bit (T114030). Aside housing.
Reassemble in reverse order
End of section 4.2
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4.3 Front Housing and Switch Array
1. Lay unit face down on the test bench
2. Remove the 4 Phillips head screws holding the battery cover/handle to the unit using T112918
with the #4 Phillips bit (T112919).
3. Lift handle/cover and aside.
4. Lift battery from housing and disconnect the Molex connector.
5. Remove 3 #10 Torx Screws from the temperature pod using T112917 with the #10 Torx bit
(T114030).
6. Roll temperature pod toward top of the unit and place on test bench.
7. Unplug the flex cable from the temperature connector PCB and aside the temperature pod.
8. Remove the 4 Phillips head screws using T112918 with the #4 Phillips bit (T112919).
9. If equipped with SpO2, remove and aside the SpO2 cable clip.
10. Remove the tubing from the front housing.
11. Remove the switch array from the front housing. Aside Front Housing.
Reassemble in reverse order
End of Section 4.3
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4.4 Display PCB
1. Lay unit face down on the test bench
2. Remove the 4 Phillips head screws holding the battery cover/handle to the unit using T112918
with the #4 Phillips bit (T112919).
3. Lift handle/cover and aside.
4. Lift battery from housing and disconnect the Molex connector.
5. Remove 3 #10 Torx Screws from the temperature pod using T112917 with the #10 Torx bit
(T114030).
6. Roll temperature pod toward top of the unit and place on test bench.
7. Unplug the flex cable from the temperature connector PCB and aside the temperature pod.
8. Remove the 4 Phillips head screws using T112918 with the #4 Phillips bit (T112919).
9. If equipped with SpO2, remove and aside the SpO2 cable clip.
10. Remove the tubing from the front housing and aside housing.
11. Gently lift the LCD module from its post.
12. Roll the LCD to the left and set on the bench beside the Spot unit.
13. Remove the flex cable from the LCD and aside the display.
Reassemble in reverse order
End of Section 4.4
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4.5 Remove Power and Battery Cable
1. Lay unit face down on the test bench
2. Remove the 4 Phillips head screws holding the battery cover/handle to the unit using T112918
with the #4 Phillips bit (T112919).
3. Lift handle/cover and aside.
4. Lift battery from housing and disconnect the Molex connector.
5. Remove 3 #10 Torx Screws from the temperature pod using T112917 with the #10 Torx bit
(T114030).
6. Roll temperature pod toward top of the unit and place on test bench.
7. Unplug the flex cable from the temperature connector PCB and aside the temperature pod.
8. Remove the 4 Phillips head screws using T112918 with the #4 Phillips bit (T112919).
9. If equipped with SpO2, remove and aside the SpO2 cable clip.
10. Remove the tubing from the front housing and aside housing.
11. Gently lift the LCD module from its post.
12. Roll the LCD to the left and set on the bench beside the Spot unit.
13. Remove the flex cable from the LCD and aside the display.
14. Disconnect the power cable from the main PCB by pushing down on the tab and pulling toward
the bottom of the unit.
15. Lift ferrite from it holder.
16. Using a T114135 3/8” Hex socket attached to T112918A, remove the nut from the transformer
connector and slide the cable through the rear housing opening.
17. Slide the battery connector out of the rear housing and aside the cable assembly.
Reassemble in reverse order
End of Section 4.5
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4.6 Main PCB Removal
1. Lay unit face down on the test bench
2. Remove the 4 Phillips head screws holding the battery cover/handle to the unit using T112918
with the #4 Phillips bit (T112919).
3. Lift handle/cover and aside.
4. Lift battery from housing and disconnect the Molex connector.
5. Remove 3 #10 Torx Screws from the temperature pod using T112917 with the #10 Torx bit
(T114030).
6. Roll temperature pod toward top of the unit and place on test bench.
7. Unplug the flex cable from the temperature connector PCB and aside the temperature pod.
8. Remove the 4 Phillips head screws using T112918 with the #4 Phillips bit (T112919).
9. If equipped with SpO2, remove and aside the SpO2 cable clip.
10. Remove the tubing from the front housing and aside housing.
11. Gently lift the LCD module from its post.
12. Roll the LCD to the left and set on the bench beside the Spot unit.
13. Remove the flex cable from the LCD and aside the display.
14. Disconnect the power cable from the main PCB by pushing down on the tab and pulling toward
the bottom of the unit.
15. Remove the pneumatic tubing from the transducer on the PCB.
16. Remove the battery/Valve cable connector from the bottom of the PCB.
17. Remove the 4 #10 Torx screws from the PCB using T112917 with the #10 Torx bit.
18. Lift Main PCB from housing and aside.
19. If unit has SpO2, remove the SpO2 Module from defective Main PCB and add to new Main PCB.
Reassemble in reverse order
End of Section 4.6
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4.7 SpO2 PCB Removal (If configured with SpO2)
1. Lay unit face down on the test bench
2. Remove the 4 Phillips head screws holding the battery cover/handle to the unit using T112918
with the #4 Phillips bit (T112919).
3. Lift handle/cover and aside.
4. Lift battery from housing and disconnect the Molex connector.
5. Remove 3 #10 Torx Screws from the temperature pod using T112917 with the #10 Torx bit
(T114030).
6. Roll temperature pod toward top of the unit and place on test bench.
7. Unplug the flex cable from the temperature connector PCB and aside the temperature pod.
8. Remove the 4 Phillips head screws using T112918 with the #4 Phillips bit (T112919).
9. If equipped with SpO2, remove and aside the SpO2 cable clip.
10. Remove the tubing from the front housing and aside housing.
11. Gently lift the LCD module from its post.
12. Roll the LCD to the left and set on the bench beside the Spot unit.
13. Remove the flex cable from the LCD and aside the display.
14. Disconnect the power cable from the main PCB by pushing down on the tab and pulling toward
the bottom of the unit.
15. Remove the pneumatic tubing from the transducer on the PCB.
16. Remove the battery/Valve cable connector from the bottom of the PCB.
17. Remove the 4 #10 Torx screws from the PCB using T112917 with the #10 Torx bit.
18. Lift Main PCB from housing and aside.
19. Remove the 3 Phillips head screws along with the nuts and spacers form the SpO2 PCB. Use
T112918 with the Phillips bit (T112919) and needle nose pliers.
20. Remove the SpO2 module (Nellcor MP205) from the main PCB and aside.
Note: Remember to ensure that they are two shunts at the top of the jumper row on the Nellcor
MP205 PCB Before you install onto the Main PCB. Further, ensure that the two locking tabs on
the connectors of the Nellcor MP205 PCB are broken off before installing onto the Main PCB.
Ensure, also, that the nylon washers are located on the main PCB when reassembling the SpO2
PCB to the Main PCB.
Reassemble in reverse order
End of Section 4.7
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4.8 Pump and Valve Removal
1. Lay unit face down on the test bench
2. Remove the 4 Phillips head screws holding the battery cover/handle to the unit using T112918
with the #4 Phillips bit (T112919).
3. Lift handle/cover and aside.
4. Lift battery from housing and disconnect the Molex connector.
5. Remove 3 #10 Torx Screws from the temperature pod using T112917 with the #10 Torx bit
(T114030).
6. Roll temperature pod toward top of the unit and place on test bench.
7. Unplug the flex cable from the temperature connector PCB and aside the temperature pod.
8. Remove the 4 Phillips head screws using T112918 with the #4 Phillips bit (T112919).
9. If equipped with SpO2, remove and aside the SpO2 cable clip.
10. Remove the tubing from the front housing and aside housing.
11. Gently lift the LCD module from its post.
12. Roll the LCD to the left and set on the bench beside the Spot unit.
13. Remove the flex cable from the LCD and aside the display.
14. Disconnect the power cable from the main PCB by pushing down on the tab and pulling toward
the bottom of the unit.
15. Remove the pneumatic tubing from the transducer on the PCB.
16. Remove the battery/Valve cable connector from the bottom of the PCB.
17. Remove the 4 #10 Torx screws from the PCB using T112917 with the #10 Torx bit.
18. Lift Main PCB from housing and aside.
19. Remove the pneumatic tubing from the valve and the pump.
20. Remove the valve and the pump from their respected location on the rear housings and aside
Reassemble in reverse order
End of Section 4.8
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Section 5 Test Procedures
Section 5.1 Calibration Tests
ABSTRACT: The following are the test procedures for the Spot Vital Signs. We set this procedure
up so that you can start at section 5.1 and go straight through the procedure or you can skip around.
However, you must do all of the test called out in this section before a unit can be returned to field
service.
NOTES:
A. The word “unit” in this text refers to the Spot Vital Signs.
B. “Menu|Choice” represents menu commands. Rather than use the phrase “choose the Exit
command from the File menu.”
1. Connect the unit to the test station by hooking up the pneumatic tubing, removing the battery and
connecting the power supply. Ensure that there are no obstacles in the way of the IR window.
2. Place the unit into the “configuration test mode” by holding down the start button while powering
up the unit. Allow the software versions to be displayed then press the mode button until the unit
displays “CAL” in the LCD window. The unit will automatically perform a auto zero once “CAL”
is displayed.
3. Attach a pneumatic clamp to the 100cc and the 250cc volume, remove the clamp from the 500cc
volume.
4. Select Test|Calibration. The dialog box will display the unit manometer reading, unit battery
reading, valve and pump status.
5. Use Start button to close valve of the unit, and hand bulb to set the pressures.
6. Verify that the unit is within calibration specification at all the following target pressures: 0, 50,
175, 275 mmHg. All target pressures have a tolerance of +/- 5 mmHg. Specification are found in
the Repair Test Specifications document.
7. Press the “mode” button until the LCD window reads “bat.”
8. Set the power supply to 5.5 + 0.2/- 0 Vdc (5.5 to 5.7 Vdc). Verify that the voltage reading of the
unit meets specification called out in the Repair Test Specification document. Return the power
supply to 6.5 Vdc upon completion of this test.
9. Select “OK” to exit from the “Test Calibration” dialog box.
End of Section 5.1
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Section 5.2 Current Tests
1. Connect the unit to the test station by hooking up the pneumatic tubing, removing the battery and
connecting the power supply. Ensure that there are no obstacles in the way of the IR window.
2. Power down unit then re-power unit allowing the unit to boot up into its normal mode.
3. Select Test|Current Levels. Check the following current levels:
a) Blank
b) Back Light
c) Valve/Pump
d) SpO2 Mode
4. Verify these currents meet the specifications called out in the Repair Test Specification document.
5. Select “OK” to exit dialog box.
End of Section 5.2
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Section 5.3 Noise Levels
1. Connect the unit to the test station by hooking up the pneumatic tubing, removing the battery and
connecting the power supply. Ensure that there are no obstacles in the way of the IR window.
2. Click on Test|Noise Levels.
3. Press Test button to retrieve the units internal pressure channel noise level. Verify that the noise
level meets the specification called out in the Repair Test Specification document.
4. Select “OK” to exit dialog box.
End of Section 5.3
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Section 5.4 Button Test
1. Connect the unit to the test station by hooking up the pneumatic tubing, removing the battery and
connecting the power supply. Ensure that there are no obstacles in the way of the IR window.
2. Choose Test|Button Test. Press each button and ensure that the computer acknowledges it, via
the “Button Pressed” display.
3. Select “OK” to exit from dialog box.
END OF SECTION 5.4
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Section 5.5 Interface Test
Connect the unit to the test station by hooking up the pneumatic tubing, removing the battery and
connecting the power supply. Ensure that there are no obstacles in the way of the IR window.
Select Test|Display in the repair software.
Select “all on” in the LCD Display section and ensure that all the segments are lit on the unit.
Select “all off” in the LCD Display section and ensure that all the segments are not lit on the unit.
Select “normal” in the LCD Display section to return the display to normal.
Select “on” in the Back-light section and ensure light comes on.
Select “off” in the Back-light section and ensure light goes off.
Select the buzzer test and ensure that the buzzer of the Spot Device is “on.” Select “OK” to exit
test and turn off the buzzer.
Select “OK” to exit dialog box.
End of Section 5.5
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Section 5.6 Print Quality
1. Connect the unit to the test station by hooking up the pneumatic tubing, removing the battery and
connecting the power supply. Ensure that there are no obstacles in the way of the IR window.
2. Ensure that you have the HP IR printer that work with the Spot Vital Signs.
3. Choose Test|Print Quality. Choose “test pattern 1.” The printer will print out a pattern of large
and small ASCII characters. Verify the quality of the printer output. Once test 1 is complete,
choose test pattern 2. The printer will print out a solid gray field. Verify the quality of the printer
output.
4. Select “OK” to close the box.
Note: This test can only be completed if using the TTL service port. This test can not
be completed if the tester is using IR for communication. Further, if print quality is
poor, change out the AA batteries of the printer and re-test.
End of Section 5.6
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Section 5.7 Pneumatic Tests
1. Connect the unit to the test station by hooking up the pneumatic tubing, removing the battery and
connecting the power supply. Ensure that there are no obstacles in the way of the IR window.
2. Select Test|Pneumatic, and then the “Leak Test” option. The software will test for leak and will
give you a Pass or Fail indication.
3. Select the “Dump Test” option. The software will automatically test for the dump speed and will
give you a Pass or Fail indication.
4. Select the “Inflation Test” option. The software will automatically test for the inflation time and
give you a Pass or Fail indication.
5. Select “Valve Control Test” option. The software will automatically test to ensure that the unit
can control the valve and ensure that the valve is good.
6. Select “OK” to exit the dialog box.
End of Section 5.7
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Section 5.8 SpO2 Tests
1. Connect the Nellcor SpO2 simulator (SRC2) to the unit with the test cable.
2. Ensure that the following are the settings of the simulator:
a) Rate: 112
b) Light: High 1
c) Modulation: High
d) RCAL Mode: RCAL63/Local
3. Verify the reading of the unit meets requirements when compared to the Repair Test
Specification.
4. Reconnect the SpO2 sensor. Place the sensor onto your finger. The unit should return a reading if
the sensor is OK.
End of Section 5.8
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Section 5.9 Temperature Tests
1. Disconnect the temperature probe from the unit leaving the probe itself in its housing. Place the
“CAL key” into the connector. Remove the probe from the housing. The temperature should read
97.3 F +/- .2 F. Remove the “cal” key and reconnect the probe.
2. Make sure that the unit’s temperature option is in the “monitor mode”. Do this by removing the
probe from the housing and observing the temperature display. “Monitor mode” should be seen in
the lower right hand side of the display. If this is not seen, wait approximately 30 - 45 seconds and
the unit will change mode to the “monitor mode.”
3. Set up the Diatek 9600 calibrator. Set the calibrator to 96.4 F or use a water bath between 84 F
and 106 F. Allow the calibrator to stabilize for three (3) minutes. Place the probe into the small
hole in the calibrator. Observe the temperature display, The reading should be 96.4 F +/- .3 F
within 30 - 45 seconds.
4. Place the probe back into the housing. Set the calibrator to 106 F. Allow the calibrator to stabilize
for three minutes. Remove the probe from the housing, the unit must be in the monitor mode, if
not wait until the unit is in that mode. Place probe into the small hole at the top of the calibrator.
The reading should be 106 F +/- .3 F within 30 - 45 seconds. If using a water bath skip this part of
the test.
End of Section 5.9
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Section 5.10 Fail Safe Testing
1. Connect the unit to the test station by hooking up the pneumatic tubing, removing the battery and
connecting the power supply. Ensure that there are no obstacles in the way of the IR window.
2. Place the unit into the “configuration test mode” by holding down the start button while powering
up the unit. Allow the software versions to be displayed then press the mode button until the unit
displays “CAL” in the LCD window.
3. Ensure that the unit is connected to the 500cc volume.
4. Press the “start” button to close the valve.
5. Increase pressure on the unit until E10 appears in the LCD screen. Record the highest pressure
observed on the pressure meter.
6. Press the “cancel” button to return the unit to “CAL” mode.
7. Press the “start” button to close the valve.
8. Apply 70 mmHg to the unit and start a timer.
9. When the unit returns a E11, stop the timer and record the time.
End of Section 5.10
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Section 5.11 Check List For Spot Vital Signs Service Work
General Data
Repair Number
Date
Tech
Unit SN
Life Cycle
Model
Count
Repair Data:
Check all items repaired/replaced and record serial # where possible:
Items
Repair or Replaced
Serial Number or Lot Number
Main PCB
Display PCB
Temp. Connector PCB
SpO2 PCB
Valve
Pump
Pneumatic Tubing
Power Harness
Pump and Valve Wire
Harness
Battery
Front Housing
Rear Housing
Temperature Pod
Temperature Probe
SpO2 Sensor
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Test Information
Unit SW Version
SpO2 SW Version
Test Pressure @ 275 mmHg
Unit pressure @ 275 mmHg
Test Pressure @ 175 mmHg
Unit Pressure @ 175 mmHg
Test Pressure @ 50 mmHg
Unit Pressure @ 50 mmHg
Test Pressure @ 0 mmHg
Test Pressure @ 0 mmHg
Test Voltage
Unit Voltage
Blank Current
Back Light Current
Valve/Pump Current
SpO2 Current
Noise Level
Button Test
Interface Test
Print Quality (If applicable)
Unit Leak
Unit Dump Time
Unit Inflation Time
Valve Control Test
Over Pressure Test
Over 15 mmHg Test
SpO2 Simulator Reading
SpO2 sensor Reading
Temperature Calibration Reading (96.4 F))
Temperature Calibration Reading (106 F)
Temperature Cal Key Reading
Test Data
Test Specifications
+/- 5 mmHg
+/- 3 mmHg
+/- 5 mmHg
+/- 3 mmHg
+/- 5 mmHg
+/- 3 mmHg
+/- 1 mmHg
+/- 1 mmHg
6.0 + 0/-0.2 Vdc
+/- 0.05 Vdc
<= 200 mA
<= 400 mA
<= 700 mA
<= 120 mA
<= 0.05 mmHg
Pass/Fail
Pass/Fail
Pass/Fail
<= 5 mmHg in 15 seconds.
<= 10 seconds
<= 7 seconds
Pass/Fail
296 mmHg to 329 mmHg
<= 180 seconds
81% +/- 3%; 112 BPM +/- 3 BPM
Pass/Fail
96.4F+/-0.3F (35.8C+/-0.2C)
106F+/-0.3F (41C+/-0.2C)
97.3F+/-0.2F (36.3C+/-0.1C)
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Section 6 Drawings
•
6.1....Exploded view of Spot Vital Signs
•
6.2....Electrical schematics
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C
D
E
REV
DESCRIPTION
A
B
AUTO
AUTO
PUMP
PUMP
+5VA
2 ADB1
1
+5V
OS1
2
C2OSC2
9
PROBE_SW
S
Q
13
+5V
D
1
TR3
14V 0.4j
L4
2
1
8
4
R
V+
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
RCAL_SEL
C64
100pF
PRBD
TR4
14V 0.4j
1
2
1
2
2
2
3
1
1 PRBSEL_F
1
2
C65
100pF
2
PROBE_SEL
R107
1K
1
2
2
PTBCAL_SEL
R106
1K
Q7
BSS138
C66
0.01uF
2
2
1
2
C67
100pF
+5V
This cap not populated in 678
R144
82
PROBE
CONNECTOR
PCA
PROBE_1
PROBE_0
R146
/POD_SENSE
2
C71
0.01uF
Q17
MMBT3904
1
C72
0.01uF
2
1
3
PROBE_1
PROBE_0
3
J1-A1
1K
J1-B1
R116
1M
POD_SENSE
2
C81
0.01uF
PROBE
THERMISTOR
R117
1M
PRB_LED_ON
1
2
PRB_LED 2
1
L12
1
3
R127
1M
CLR
R72
1K
1
TEMP_POD_SENSE
2
13
C62
100pF
L10
1
U19_CLR_TEST
Q
8
PTBCAL_F
L8
L7
2
2
WD_FAIL
Q6
PROBE_LED_ON
2
1
Q16
IRLML6402
1
R71
100K
PR
AD_OUT
R101
1K
BSS138
L9
1
10
/RES
9
2
R105
1K
1 RCAL_F
2
2
1
2
Q
C80
0.01uF
1
/PROBE_LED_ON
CLK
2
30MM_IN
2
2
R73 1K
D
11
1
1
Q3
BSS138
MMBD1203
PRBGND
2 PAT_PROBE_SW
1
1
12
PROBE_SW
2
1
C68
100pF
1
2
2
1
2
U19B
74HC74
LM393
.047uF
R145
100K
4013
1
-
AD_DSCH
L6
2
1
L11
2
C43
U18_TEST
R143
10K
D8
L5
12
1
6
Q
R
2
R70
13.3K
10
+5V
3
U20B
7
+
1
1
5
CLK
1
2
1
2
TEMPERATURE POD
PAT_RES
10
PAT_PRBD
9
PRBHT
8
PAT_PROBE_0
7
6
PAT_PROBE_1
5
PRBSWGND
4
TEMP_POD_SENSE
3
PROBE_LED_ON
2
PAT_PROBE_SW
1
J1
74HC02
2
11
30MM_OUT
3
2
13
3
9
300MM_REF
1
12
R123
1M
U14D
2
R69
100K
8
2
CALD
11
U18B
(300.37MMHG)
3.75V
30MM
7
DSCH
TRG
74HC00
PROBE_SW
8
1
OS2
1
2
10
7
5
4
LONG_FAIL
6
14
13
15
1
2
3 C2OUT
OUT
THR
4
74HC00
74HC02
1
C2OSC1
2
2
2
C42
0.033uF
261K
U17C
10
4.64K
3
R104
11.55K 0.05%
+5VA
2
R65
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8
Q9
Q10
Q12
Q13
Q14
FAIL
11
3
R67
10K
2
1
R66
1K
R68
887
PI
1
1
+4VA
R
R64
1M
+5VA
1
LT_15MM_TEST 12
2
C2P1
11
1
U17D
/FAIL2 13
/FAIL
1
16
C2RC
/FAIL
8
1
2
100pF
LT_330MM
12
RES
R103
12.1K
PTBD
330mm
/FAIL1
10
OVP_FAIL
U21
14060B
VCC
7
C41
2
R7
CTRL
2
7
9
U14C
6
2
R102
1K
+5VA
1
7
1M
RES
9
1
6
8
1
CLR
Q
+5V
2
PR
C7
.047uF
2
1
1
R124
5
C60
1000PF
1
CLK
C63
0.01uF
2
1
OVP_FAIL
5
1
1
1
4
INFLATE_FAIL
GND
4
Q
1
MMBT2222A
2
14
D
U19A
74HC74
CTRL
TRG
Q5
1
1K
2
4
.047uF
3
FCLR
C40
100pF
1
2
VDD
2
LM393
C39
.047uF
-
1
2
1
GND
15MM_REF
R63
100K
+
R74
+5V
2 ADB2
1
U24
2
R100
10K
0.01uF
TLC555CD
C61
0.01uF
2
1
0.33uF Tantalum
2
2
8
15MM_IN 3
2
(11.9MMHG)
C2
.047uF
2
1
C49
2
1
>15MM DETECT
1
15MM
U20A
2
1
R62
100K
2
INFLAT_OK
2
1
R
2 C1_OK
74HC00
3
1
V-
Q
AD_TRIGGER
74HC02 R125
1M
C3
C44
AD_TRIGGER
1
4
2
2
14
U17A
CLK
R99
1K
3
+5VA
1
C58
0.33uF POLY
1
AD_DC 2
4
U14B
6
1
3
4
VREFTEMP
1
1
LT_15MM
6
1
D
V-
U17B
V+
Q
5
5
15MM_OUT
C59
.047uF
14
8
U18A
4013
6
S
74HC00
2
1uF
Q4
MMBT5087
1
C1
.047uF
2
C38
100pF
1
1
R98
4.64K
TEMPERATURE A/D CONVERTER
/INFLAT
5
R60
1K
5
+ C57
2
2
C1OUT
1
U14A
+
OS2
C332
.047uF
74HC02
2
3
VREFTEMP
VREFTEMP
14
+5V
GND
1
1
9
15mm
1
1
2
OS1
C37
0.01uF
C1OSC2
3
VOUT
NC
2
10
.047uF
3
C1OSC1
VIN
7
2
162K
7
5
4
6
14
13
15
1
2
3
12-19-00
1
2
PI
R58 1M
R61
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8
Q9
Q10
Q12
Q13
Q14
1
11
1
16
R
2 C1P1
1
2
12
C1RC
PTRANS
2
4
C36
VCC
GT_15MM
APPROVAL
KNUT SPANG
U23
RH5RE24AA-T1
C8
.047uF
U15
14060B
AMT51550-25
DATE
09-27-00
+5V
1
THIS MESS TIES
GNDS TOGETHER.
MUST BE AT TOP
LEFT ON EVERY
PAGE. THANKS
ORCAD
WNC
G
+5V
Failsafes and Optional Populations
5
Temperature Hardware
678
GNDD
INIT
AMT41550-3
1
GNDD
ECN
RELEASE TO PRODUCTION
CHANGE C57 TO 1uF
ADD R99
1
A
WELCH ALLYN PROBE
CONNECTIONS
+5V
1
3
R108
1K
2
HTB11
/HTRQ
2
4
+5V
JI-A2
Q8
BCX69
D9
MMBD1203
1
3
1
R110
46.4K
2
HTRQS
J1-B2
1
2
R111
3 MEG
27
1
2
HTRPWR
HTAMP
R109
46.4K
1
R113
46.4K
HTB2 1
HTB0
Q10
MMBT5087
1
2
R1
HTRC2
R115
4.64K
3
C69
1uF
2
1
PRBHT
2.7
C70
0.01uF
160mA
160^2 * 2.7 = 71mW
PROBE_0
0
ORL
PROBE_1
0
REC
0
1
CAL
1
0
NO PROBE
1
1
2
2
2
CUT HERE
FOR CAL
KEY
L3
2 PRBHTR
1
+5VA
PROBE WARMER
2
J1-A3
2
4
R114
1K
2
1
+
/HTRC
2
Q9
BCX69
2
1
1
1
HTE0
Secondary XDCR
CUT HERE
FOR
RECTAL
J1-B3
2
3
2
1
2
R112
1K
PROBE
HEATER
RESISTOR
U22A
2
XDPWR
1
11
-
1
10
XD1
9
+2VA
2 IAO+
1
+
8
R77
1
68.1K
2
R78
1
68.1K
2
IAFB+
1
+
3
C48
6
U22B
NE5234
R79 133K
2
2
5
1000PF
1
5
1000PF
2
6
FPNS-07PGR
IAFB-
1
R81 133K
2
R82
1.96K
U22D
NE5234
+
2
12
-
13
XD-
RES PIN 6 (A1)
A2
PRBNT PIN5 (A2)
B3
A3
PROBE_0 PIN 4 (A3)
PROBE_1 PIN 3 (B3)
FAILSAFES / TEMPERATURE
2
R80
10K
XD_FB
A1
PIN 2 (B2) GND
B1
B2
IAI+
-
1
C47
1
PRBD PIN1 (B1)
NE5234
1
+1VAS
R76
10K
NE5234
XD+
1
+
2
3
U22C
.047uF
R84
1
10K
2 IAO-
+
PROBE
CONNECTOR
(TOP
VIEW)
7
-
R83
1
68.1K
2
R85
1
68.1K
2
1
STRANS
14 IAI1
4
1
C45
DRAWN
WILL CUIPYLO
2
R118
100K
DATE
DATE
REL TO PRODUCTION
DATE
09-27-00
<REL TO PRODUCTION>
Welch Allyn
09-06-00
APPROVED
KNUT SPANG
09-06-00
THESE DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS ARE THE PROPERTY OF WELCH ALLYN, INC.
AND SHALL NOT BE REPRODUCED, OR COPIED, OR USED AS A BASIS FOR SALE OR
MANUFACTURE OF EQUIPMENT OR DEVICES WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION.
TITLE
SPOT CHECK MAIN PCB
Size
REV
A
B
C
D
REVISION DESCRIPTION
ECN
INIT
DATE
APPRV
Copyright Wednesday, February 28, 2001
Rev
DWG NO
D
421102
E
Sheet
1
of 3
B
A
B
C
D
E
REV
DESCRIPTION
A
MOD B
ANALOG VOLTAGE REGULATOR
U1
2
RXD0
RXD1
DCLK0
DCLK1
+4VA +2VA
2
C77
.047uF
R15
R16
TPS7350QPWR
LONG_FAIL
OVP_FAIL
HTRPWR
/PROBE_LED_ON
1
2
R136
10K
+5VA
+BAT
+5V
1
PROBE_1MOD
C14
.047uF
R24
10K
2
2 XDPB
1
+
2
/BPEN
C13
10uF
2
R129
10K
Q15
BSS84
1
2
/RES
FLASH_RESET
63
10
62
73
74
75
64
+5VA
23
/BP_DRAIN
R137
20
1
1
2
2
3
2
+2VA
1
1
2
+
R21
10K
RXD1_BBMOD
FCLR
R22
10K
/M_FAIL
2
1
AMUX_A1
AMUX_A2
AMUX_A3
2
1
SHIELD_HOLE
SH7
2
6 P1_6
2
2
1
2
PROBE_SW
J308
1
2
3
4
BATTIN
BATGND
CHGIN
CHGND
BATTIN
BATGND
CHGIN
CHGND
1
TP
Comparator
TR1
14V 0.4j
+5VA
2
C29
.047uF
2
1
TR2
14V 0.4j
MUX_FIL
PTRANS
14
C53
680pF
Integrator
PTRANS
10
R48
237K
6
/NIBP
1
R52
100K
2
/NIBP_F
1
R53
100K
R54
1K
/NIBP_FF
2
NIBP_ADC_CLOCK
C31
.01uF POLY
1
2
INT_FB
8
NIBP_CK
2
1
1
9
INT_O
1
3
PWM_ADC
1
2
NIBP_PWM_ADC
2
74HC00
74HC00
C33
0.1uF
2 PRECHG
1
R56
14.7K
C35
100pF
1
2
R49
464K
1
/AD_PRECHARGE
2
DRAWN
WILL CUIPYLO
D3
MMBD1503A
U13D
12
2
2
PWM A/D
Converter
/NIBP_CK
10
1
2
C32
0.1uF
2
1
7
2
R46
1K
U13A
/CONVERTING
3 +
1
2
U13C
5
1
1
3
4
INT_OUT
U318
OPA353NA
1
NE5234
1
U13B
8
4 -
-
R50
93.1K
1
C50
.047uF
+
9
2
2
Zero Adjust
+/-20mmHg
range
R47
3.48K
U9C
-
1
+5VA
+
2
12
1
U9D
NE5234
2
0.1uF
5
+1VA
Offset
11
13
74HC00
DATE
Welch Allyn
09-06-00
APPROVED
KNUT SPANG
DATE
REL TO PRODUCTION
DATE
09-27-00
<REL TO PRODUCTION>
09-06-00
THESE DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS ARE THE PROPERTY OF WELCH ALLYN, INC.
AND SHALL NOT BE REPRODUCED, OR COPIED, OR USED AS A BASIS FOR SALE OR
MANUFACTURE OF EQUIPMENT OR DEVICES WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION.
TITLE
SPOT CHECK MAIN PCB
Size
REV
A
AUTO
PROBE_SW
1
2
TP
1
BPEN
AUTO
TP1
R93
3.48K
C30
1
R4
2 0
TXD0
BPEN
C26
.047uF
2
1
C28
.047uF
13
14
TP
MUX_OUT
3
2
2
1
+5VA
R44
10K
X
TP
TP2
U11
4051
1
P1_2_OUT
C27
.047uF
2
2
2
1
3
R45
56.2K
1
8
7
1
1
1
1
R97
1M
PTRANS_SUM
PWM D/A
64.0KHz
TEMP
+5VA/2
R42
10K
X7
X6
X5
X4
X3
X2
X1
X0
Module B
PWM A/D
Converter
1
4
2
5
1
12
15
14
13
PTRANS
BATT
RXD0
TXD0
2
STRANS
C
B
A
INH
RXD0
TP4
1
9
10
11
6
+4VA
R43
3.83K
5
6
3
TP3
GND
+5VA
2
A/D Mux
MX_A1
MX_A2
MX_A3
7
5
2
10
12
15
2
8
Q2
Q1
Q0
Q3
Q4
Q5
1
C24
100pF
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
1
C23
100pF
Q2B
SI9945DY
4
BATTERY / CHARGER
2
C22
100pF
3
4
6
11
13
14
1
R39 1K
R40 1K
R41 1K
LM50B
AMX_A1
AMX_A2
AMX_A3
2
2
2
16
1
1
1
1
1
Vcc
RESET
7
Shield
AMUX_A1
AMUX_A2
AMUX_A3
CLK
VEE
1
1
1
9
2
SHIELD_HOLE
SH13
1
U10
/NIBP_CK
1
3
2
1
/FAIL
C51
.047uF
1
2
1
+Vs
GND
2
1
SH16
SHIELD_HOLE
SH12
SHIELD_HOLE
SH14
TEMP
2
R34
10K
SHIELD_HOLE
U8
Vo
SHIELD_HOLE
8
1
Op-Amp and DC Offset
C34
100pF
1
/SAFE
+5VA
VSS
1
1
Q2A
SI9945DY
1
SHIELD_HOLE
SH10
2
+5VX
74HC00
1
1
MUX
TIOCA0 Hitachi pin 95
R94
464K
SH15
1
1
2
1
.047uF
NIBP
3
D7
MMBD1503A
+5V
SHIELD_HOLE
SHIELD_HOLE
SH11
TEMP SENSOR
(10mV / C * Temp C) + 500mV
3
R95
33
/VALVEHOLD
+1VA +2VA +4VA
2
2
R30
100K
MC74HC174A
NIBP_OFFSET_DAC 1
Q1A
SI9945DY
2
2
2
1
VALVEAC
1
C16
R51
1K
VALVE
2
MH2
SH8
+5VA
R26
1M
P1
XFPM-050KPG-P1
C52
0.1uF
1
2
1
2
1
SHIELD_HOLE
Gain
and
Comp
REPLACE C52 WITH 0 OHM JUMPER
FOR PNEUTRONICS VALVE
1
1
SHIELD_HOLE
SH3
SH9
2
R96
10K
MAIN
SHIELD_HOLE
SH6
R38
1K
BAT SENSE
0mmHG = 0.5V
300mmHG = 4.0V
CS
D1
MRA4003T3
MOUNTING_HOLE
Temp
Primary
Transducer
RXD1_BBMOD
R135
100
5
GND
2
8
7
SH2
1
Primary XDCR
DI
RXD1_BB 1
1
1
SHIELD_HOLE
1K
1
R27
1M
4
DO
1
SHIELD_HOLE
BATT
VCC
CK
SNUB1
Q1B
SI9945DY
4
SHIELD_HOLE
2
SH4
+BAT
1
PUMP
8
SH5
C20
0.01uF
Batt Sense
3
ORG
2
SHIELD_HOLE
SH1
2
2
14
1
2
DCLK_BB
1
1
1
1
2
3
4
R25
100
C15
.047uF
U7
1
2
4
2
R37
100K
1
EEPROM
6
+1VAS
R14
C21
.047uF
+5V
JP23
PUMP+
PUMPVALVE+
VALVE-
PUMP / VALVE
2
+1VA
1
2
/WR
+5V
CSEE
2
1
U3D
AUTO
2
11
2
+4VFB
R35
100K
13
+5V
93C56
8
2
1
7.5K
D2
LM385M
12
/LWR
AUTO
+5VA
+2VDIV 5
R36
/HWR
10K
R92
10K
R33
110
/ROM_CS
3
PUMP / VALVE DRIVE
C78
10uF
-
C19
1uF
U3A
74HC08
2
2
1
2
D6
MRA4003T3
15MM
+
1
/CS2
R133
VDD
+
12.1K
3
11
74HC08
1
7
-
/UB
22
23
28
HTRQS
/RD
/HWR
/LWR
16
R32
U3C
+BAT
2
+
6
9
10
74HC08
/FAIL
1
5
/CS3
R87
1K
AUTO_MOD
R29
909
4
+2VREF
2
1
1
1
2
+2V
/RD
/HWR
4
TXD1_BB
U9A
NE5234
U9B
NE5234
R31
51.1K
C10
.047uF
/CS3
/CS2
/CS1
1
13.3K
NC
NC1
NC2
8
74HC08
R23
10K
2
1
2
R141
10K
CS
OE
WE
BHE
LHE
IDT71016
0
2
12
XD_PS_FB
R28
3
C73
10PF
R131
1
C18
.047uF
1
+5VA
R140
15K
6
41
17
40
39
/LB
+5V
2
C17
4.7uF
+
C75
.047uF
2
1
+4VA
1
1
+5VX
/CS1
/RD
/WR
/UB
/LB
6
2
16.000 Mhz
2
3
15
9
10
13
14
16
17
RY/BY
NC
NC1
NC2
NC3
NC4
NC5
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
1
C74
10PF
EXTAL
XTAL
CK
AM29F400BB-70EC TSOP48
87
88
89
90
91
58
59
60
69
70
71
72
CE
OE
WE
RESET
BYTE
11
22
44
57
65
92
3 +
+5VA
Q14
MMBT3906
1
66
67
61
101 EMULATOR_HOLE
102 EMULATOR_HOLE
2 XD_BASE
1
1 XD_OUT 1
Y1
1
R139
7.5K
4
4 -
EXTAL
XTAL
2
+2VREF
2
5
Analog Reference
XD_DRAIN
R138
4.64K
2
P60/WAIT
P61/BREQ
P62/BACK
P63/AS
P64/RD
P65/HWR
P66/LWR
U2
H8/3042
U25
OPA353NA
2
P80/RFSH/IRQ0
P81/CS3/IRQ1
P82/CS2/IRQ2
P83/CS1/IRQ3
P84/CS0
RESET
RESO
STBY
MD0
MD1
MD2
NMI
26
28
11
12
47
5
2
C79
.047uF
P70/AN0
P71/AN1
P72/AN2
P73/AN3
P74/AN4
P75/AN5
P76/AN6/DA0
P77/AN7/DA1
P10/A0
AVref
AVcc
AVss
/ROM_CS
/RD
/HWR
FLASH_RESET
BYTE
+5V
4
/RD
1
4
1
1
PROBE_1
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
36
77
76
86
PROBE_0
/PRINT (/BOOTSTRAP)
/PRINT
+2VA_MCU
+4VA_MCU
2 10K
2 10K
1
1
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
/LWR
U3B
+5V
3
DIGITAL VOLTAGE REGULATOR
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
2
/RES
P11/A1
P12/A2
P13/A3
P14/A4
P15/A5
P16/A6
P17/A7
P20/A8
P21/A9
P22/A10
P23/A11
P24/A12
P25/A13
P26/A14
P27/A15
P50/A16
P51/A17
P52/A18
P53/A19
P90/TxD0
P91/TxD1
P92/RxD0
P93/RxD1
P94/SCK0/IRQ4
P95/SCK1/IRQ5
7
8
9
10
13
14
15
16
29
30
31
32
35
36
37
38
1
12
13
14
15
16
17
TXD1
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
1
1
2
3
GND
GND
GND
TXD0
/RES
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
2
2
2
VALVE
CSEE
5
4
3
2
1
44
43
42
27
26
25
24
21
20
19
18
1
RCAL_SEL
R132
10K
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
7
NIBP_ADC_CLOCK
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
5
Address Decoding
2
1
Q11
MMBT3904
C12
10uF
2
3
2 BPENB 1
+
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
1
1
2
BPEN
4
5
7
11
12
16
17
18
19
NIBP_OFFSET_DAC
PTBCAL_SEL
PA0/TP0/TEND0/TCLKA
PA1/TP1/TEND1/TCLKB
PA2/TP2/TIOCA0/TCLKC
PA3/TP3/TIOCB0/TCLKD
PA4/TP4/TIOCA1/A23
PA5/TP5/TIOCB1/A22
PA6/TP6/TIOCA2/A21
PA7/TP7/TIOCB2/A20
29
31
33
35
38
40
42
44
30
32
34
36
39
41
43
45
DQ0
DQ1
DQ2
DQ3
DQ4
DQ5
DQ6
DQ7
DQ8
DQ9
DQ10
DQ11
DQ12
DQ13
DQ14
A-1/DQ15
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
NC/A16
D1
5
6
R142
10K
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
48
VCC
VCC
2
2
2
2
GND
GND
EN
PUMP
PUMP
PROBE_SEL
1
OUT
OUT
TXD1_BB
VCC
D0
12
34
6
14
13
1
2
/BPEN
+5V
20
15
RESET
SENSE
IN
IN
IN
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
33
11
+5V
1
1
8
9
10
/BPEN
R2
100K
AD_TRIGGER
/HTRQ
U6
37
RAM
U4
Flash
GND
GND
DCLK_BB
PROBE_SW
P40/D0
P41/D1
P42/D2
P43/D3
P44/D4
P45/D5
P46/D6
P47/D7
P30/D8
P31/D9
P32/D10
P33/D11
P34/D12
P35/D13
P36/D14
P37/D15
U5
27
46
+5V
PB0/TP8/TIOCA3
PB1/TP9/TIOCB3
PB2/TP10/TIOCA4
PB3/TP11/TIOCB4
PB4/TP12/TOCXA4
PB5/TP13/TOCXB4
PB6/TP14/DREQ0
PB7/TP15/DREQ1/ADTRG
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
10K
10K
10K
10K
2
AD_OUT
/HTRC
18
19
20
21
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
1
+BAT
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2
2
NIBP_PWM_ADC
R119
R91
R121
R122
1
1
1
1
1
TPS7250Q
C4
.047uF
2
C9
10uF
1
Micro
+
C6
.047uF
1
1
7
8
SENSE/FB
OUT
OUT
EN
GND
5
R9
10K
12-19-00
+5V
1
4
3
APPROVAL
KNUT SPANG
+5V
+5VA
1
/BPEN
IN
IN
AMT51550-25
DATE
09-27-00
A[1:17]
1
35
68
5
6
THIS MESS TIES
GNDS TOGETHER.
MUST BE AT TOP
LEFT ON EVERY
PAGE. THANKS
ORCAD
WNC
D[0:15]
C5
.047uF
2
RESET/PG
INIT
AMT41550-3
+5V
1
+BAT
GNDD
B
Vcc
Vcc
Vcc
GNDD
ECN
RELEASE TO PRODUCTION
CHANGE C57 TO 1uF
ADD R99
B
C
D
REVISION DESCRIPTION
ECN
INIT
DATE
APPRV
Copyright Wednesday, February 28, 2001
D
E
Rev
DWG NO
421102
Sheet
2
of 3
B
5
4
3
2
1
REV
1
2
10K
2
1
68
35
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
16
VDD
1
1
1
1
VCC
2
C314
100uF
GND
GND
SHIELD
AGND
7
2
+
MD0
MD1
11
2
2
C315
.047uF
2
TXD
RXD
3
4
5
NC
LEDA
2
HWIR
10
8
7
8
1
2
3
HSDL-3610#007
+5VS
3
2
2
1
1
1
C
R385
100K
R316
100K
/BONE
BCRX
SPIN
R367
R372
R368
R370
2
SPIO2+
LCD RIBBON
L340
L325
1
J306
RCAL
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
LED+
LEDDB9_9
DB9_6
DB9_1
DB9_3
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
DETECTOR_ANODE
RCAL_RETURN
SHIELD
DB9_2
DB9_7
1
2
DETECTOR_CATHODE
1
L333
L303
L305
L308
L310
2
SPO2 BOARD
TO DB9
SHIELD
SPO2 DB9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
B
DB_9
L335
FERRITE
BL_ANODE
2
AUTO
1
2
SPARE
180mA peak
5
+
U324-
6
-
1
R336
10K
BP MODULE CONNECTION
U324B
LM393
2
U324+
180^2 * 1 = 33mW
D311
10MQ100N
1
OFF
DB9_5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
SHIELD
SHIELD
J305
2
1
3
4
2
2
2
2
SPO2 PCB
CONTROL
SPO2_1
L334
R382
1 OHM
R381
10K
1
2
L316
FERRITE
Pin 6 low for Seimens
Pin 14 low for Nellcor
10
11
2
1
1
SPO2_2
2
1
BAR CODE
/ SERVICE
2
S_211
S_21
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
AUTO
R384
1M
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
2 /SPO2_28
SPIO2+
BL_CATHODE
R350
100K
SERVICE PORT
R17
10K
L343
680uH
2
2
R371 10K
LCD/BUTTONS
L301
1
2
3
4
5
6
SERIAL_3
SERIAL_4
SERIAL_5
/BONE_IN
+5VS
1
R377 10K
1 /SPO2D0
2
2
R329 100K
1
J307
18
17
16
LED_ANODE 15
LED_CATHODE 14
I2C_SDA_LCD 13
I2C_SCL_LCD 12
/PRINT_LCD
11
/MODE_LCD
10
/START_LCD 9
/POWER_LCD 8
/CLEAR_LCD 7
6
5
4
3
GND_LCD
2
1
1
2
L342
2
SPRX
R328 100K
1
2
C330
.047uF
2
2
2
2
L321
L322
L323
L332
L302FERRITE
1
2 /SPO2_26
1
BL_OSC
3
10K
1K
10K
10K
SPIO2-
Q312
IRLML6402
150PF
1
1
1
1
J304
1
C335
S1
S2
S3
B1
1
2
2
C342
1000PF
2
1
C338
.047uF
L331
1
BCODEGND
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
/ON
VSS
VEE
1
L329
1
2
U324A
LM393
1
BL_CTRL 1
/POWER 2
/CHARGE
2
1
9
8
S_21
2
8
2
2
BL_REF
R380
100
.047uF
R348
100K
IRTX
IRRX
SPO2_RESET
1
1
1
2
1
1
3
/RAMP_UP
2
2
+ C324
33uF
D305
R18
10K
1
3
D304
+5VS
2
3
1
MMBD1204
1
C336
Q307
MMBT3904
1OFFB 2
1
1
1
R349
100
2
R351
31.6K
R346
100K
1
PWRD
1
Q308
MMBT3904
1
2
3
3
2
CHG_ON1
C325
0.01uF
2
2
1
2
1
2
2
CHG
D309
MMBD1204
Q313
BSS138
1
2
2
3
2
1
2
1
3
R379
2K
C337
.047uF
/RST
D310
6
D303
3
+5VS
IRLED
VCC_LCD
L327
L326
C341
1000PF
2
+5VS
TPS7350QPWR
R347
100K
FAST
R383
1K
+5VS
+5VS
R345
100K
2
C322
0.01uF
RAMP_UP
R344
4.64K
ON_POWER
+5VS
R343
196
1
Q306
MMBT3904
FASTB 1
R307
15 1/2W
1
2
MMBD1503A
MMBD1503A
MMBD1503A
HWIR
/SPO2D0_N
2
2
1
1
BACKLIGHT
2
+ C321
100uF
1
R342
316K
FASTC
INH
A
B
C
IRRX
6
/SPO2D1_N
+BAT
1
C340
0.01uF
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
+5VS
/RST
1
20
2
4
5
7
11
12
16
17
18
19
2
1
RESET
2
1
R341
909
EN
15
13
14
1
Q305
1
MMBT3904
BSS138
SENSE
OUT
OUT
GND
GND
GND
3
2
2
1
C339
.047uF
1
RADJ
L320
FERRITE
6
EN_INV 1
Q304
+BAT
1
1
EN
+
IN
IN
IN
2
C320
33uF
3
+VREG
/CLEAR_F
2
2
1
2
R339
5.11K
1
3
6
C323
.047uF
ADJ
1
-
22V ZNR
8
9
10
2
B
U319
2
SD
SRXD0
2
/PRINT
+5VS
5
2
2
OUT
1
Z301
IN
GNDPIN
GNDTAB
4
2
1
2
6
11
10
9
1
/PRINT
2
2
U320
LM2941
L319
FERRITE
1
1
+CHG
+5VS
1
1
2
2
R378
10K
R322
R338
100K
R337
100K
4
+5VS
/BCIN
1
1
RXD0
TXD0
10K
1
D308
10MQ100N
STXD0
2
+5VS +5VS +5VS
1
/CLEAR
+5VS
BPEN
+BAT
1
CHGND
15
C307
.047uF
Z0
Z1
BCRX
MUX_TXD232
SPIN
/BONE
SPOT POWER SECTION
+BAT
Z
IRTX
J302
RXD0
TXD0
D307
MRA4003T3
IR_RCV
/IOEN
2 BATFUSE
L318
HI2220P171R
1
2
IR_TXD
1M
F301
FUSE 5A
CHGIN
Y
Y0
Y1
14
U311
+5VS
BATV
R334
X
IRTXD
7
R317
100K
SPOT MAIN SECTION
BATGND
X0
X1
R312
100K
1
R360
100K
R358
1M
1M
R8
10K
TXD
RCV
HSDL-7000
+5VS
5
3
16XCLK
2
3
MUX_SRXD0
VCC
1
Q310
MMBT3906
1
SDA_LIM
SCL_LIM
CHGND
IR/IRDAB
C310
.047uF
HWIR
R331
2
CHGIN
2
10K
R387 200
R386 200
BATGND
BATTIN
2
14
7
1
2
9
+BAT
BATTIN
1
R362
HW/IRE
7 BACKLIGHT
BPEN
L317
FERRITE
1
2
10K
NRST
GND
FAST
1
R361
5
2
6
1
1
2
3
OFF
MUX_SRXD0
4
SQ
5
2 ZZUB
1
1
U310
3
QH
BPEN
2
1
HW/IR
/HWIR
8
MUX_TXDIR
MUX_TXD232
2
2
1
CLR
C333
.047uF
+BAT
+5VS
1
1
1
1
2
1
10
QG
74HC00
U302C
10
Q303
MMBT3904
/STBY
NMI
uPROCESSOR
+5VS
2
1
2
1
/RST
OE
4
3
77
AVref
Vcc
Vcc
Vcc
1
13
3
R318
1K
L341
27
46
/IOEN
/WAIT
/SIRQ0
/BACK
/AS
PROGRAM
MEMORY
AM29F400BB-70EC TSOP48
QF
9
R376 10K
2
1 /SPO2D1
+5VS
74HC08
QE
BUZZ
12
13
IR/IRDA
+5VS
1
11
13
LATCH QD
R310
10K
2
SPO2
11
1
1
1
1
/SLWR
/SWR
R308
R332
R333
R335
QC
HW/IR
U302D
13 74HC00
2
U317D
12
SHIFT
1
IR_CLK
2
12
15
9
10
13
14
16
17
/RST
/RESOUT
LATCH
QB
D302
MMBD1204
IR_CLK0
6
12
SPEAKER
1
IRTXD
1
74HC08
26
28
11
12
47
63
10
61
62
64
11
+5VS
U302B
74HC00
1
/SROM
/SRD
/SHWR
/RESOUT
BATV
/CHARGE
/ON
/MODE
/PRINT
/START
SPIN
/BCIN
DCLK
QA
A
5
2
/SUB
8
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
14
3
R356 4.64K
U317C
10
12
13
14
15
16
17
STXD0
RXD0
SRXD0
TXD0
SCSEE
RTC
DOUT
15
4
R357 4.64K
2
1
9
/SHWR
100K
100K
100K
100K
/TPIN
2
/TEST
2
/STBY
2
NMI
2
SPA5
BCRX
SPRX
2
2
IR/IRDA
74HC00
U302A
L328
U306
14053
1
74HC08
U313
HC595
TSTHI1
1
C316
.047uF
R315
100K
2
5
C
CCLK
DOUT
DIN
DCLK
/SBUZZ
+5VS
2
6
RESET
RESO
CLK
STBY
NMI
U301
/POWER
/START
/MODE
/PRINT
I2C_SCL
I2C_SDA
1
U317B
/SRD
/SLB
P60/WAIT
P61/BREQ
P62/BACK
P63/AS
P64/RD
P65/HWR
P66/LWR
AVss
DS1232
R327 100K
4
58
59
60
69
70
71
72
86
+5VS
R309
100K
L312
L313
L314
L315
2
2
2
2
/SLWR
/WAIT
/TEST
/BACK
/AS
/SRD
/SHWR
/SLWR
R359
100K
R326 100K
2
1
MEMORY SELECTOR
SD0
SD1
SD2
SD3
SD4
SD5
SD6
SD7
SD8
SD9
SD10
SD11
SD12
SD13
SD14
SD15
29
31
33
35
38
40
42
44
30
32
34
36
39
41
43
45
P70/AN0
P71/AN1
P72/AN2
P73/AN3
P74/AN4
P75/AN5
P76/AN6/DA0
P77/AN7/DA1
C306
.047uF
R325 100K
2
1
7
74HC08
DQ0
A0
DQ1
A1
DQ2
A2
U314
DQ3
A3
DQ4
A4
DQ5
A5
DQ6
A6
DQ7
A7
A8
DQ8
A9
DQ9
A10
DQ10
A11
DQ11
A12
DQ12
A13
DQ13
A14
DQ14
A15
A-1/DQ15
NC/A16
RY/BY
CE
NC
NC1
OE
NC2
WE
NC3
RESET
BYTE
NC4
NC5
P80/RFSH/IRQ0
P81/CS3/IRQ1
P82/CS2/IRQ2
P83/CS1/IRQ3
P84/CS0
4
2
2
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
48
VCC
87
88
89
90
91
+5VS
+5VS
R363 100K
/SCS3
/SROM
3
37
SA1
SA2
SA3
SA4
SA5
SA6
SA7
SA8
SA9
SA10
SA11
SA12
SA13
SA14
SA15
SA16
SA17
1
U317A
SA[1:17]
2
C319
.047uF
/SIRQ0
/SCS3
/SCS2
/SCS1
/TPIN
1
1
1
2
10K
R12
C318
.047uF
2
R11
10K
14
1
2
1
+5VS
1
EEPROM
93C56
GND
+5VS
IR/IRDA
+5VS
/PB
+5VS
5
CCLK
+5VS
RST
/DOG
CGATE
CS
/ST
6
2
1
P90/TXD0
P91/TXD1
P92/RXD0
P93/RXD1
P94/SCK0/IRQ4
P95/SCK1/IRQ5
/RST
/SBUZZ
5
GND
TD
D
3
+5VS
I2C_SDA
I2C_SCL
1
SCSEE
DIN
4
DO
DI
22
23
28
7
SPB4
SPB5
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
PA0/TP0/TEND0/TCLKA
PA1/TP1/TEND1/TCLKB
PA2/TP2/TIOCA0/TCLKC
PA3/TP3/TIOCB0/TCLKD
PA4/TP4/TIOCA1/A23
PA5/TP5/TIOCB1/A22
PA6/TP6/TIOCA2/A21
PA7/TP7/TIOCB2/A20
TOL
VCC
2
CGATE
LATCH
CCLK
/IOEN
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PB0/TP8/TIOCA3
PB1/TP9/TIOCB3
PB2/TP10/TIOCA4
PB3/TP11/TIOCB4
PB4/TP12/TOCXA4
PB5/TP13/TOCXB4
PB6/TP14/DREQ0
PB7/TP15/DREQ1/ADTRG
A0/P10
A1/P11
A2/P12
A3/P13
A4/P14
A5/P15
A6/P16
A7/P17
A8/PP20
A9/P21
A10/P22
A11/P23
A12/P24
A13/P25
A14/P26
A15/P27
A16/P50
A17/P51
A18/P52
A19/P53
2
3
8
VCC
CK
NC
NC1
NC2
8
DOUT
92
65
57
44
22
11
101
102
DOUT
ORG
CS
OE
WE
BHE
LHE
12
34
2
6
41
17
40
39
GND
GND
DCLK
2
6
/SCS1
/SRD
/SWR
/SUB
/SLB
R365
10K
C304
.047uF
16
C317
.047uF
U312
AVcc
76
2
1
1
+5VS
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
C313
10PF
VDD
R13
10K
REAL TIME CLOCK
C312
10PF
SD[0:15]
/CLEAR
SA1
SA2
SA3
SA4
SA5
SA6
SA7
SA8
SA9
SA10
SA11
SA12
SA13
SA14
SA15
SA16
SA17
/SPO2D0
/SPO2D1
C303
1000PF
GND
4
2
R19
10K
RAM
SPXTAL
67
XTAL
2
8
/RST
1
5
+5VS
+5VS
Y301
3
14.7456Mhz
1
SCLK
IDT71016
SD0
SD1
SD2
SD3
SD4
SD5
SD6
SD7
SD8
SD9
SD10
SD11
SD12
SD13
SD14
SD15
U307
SPEXTAL
66
EXTAL
2
7
RTC
U308
7
8
9
10
13
14
15
16
29
30
31
32
35
36
37
38
12-19-00
/RST
H8/3042
1
4
DCLK
6 DIN
I/O
X2
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12
D13
D14
D15
AMT51550-25
KNUT SPANG
R364
2
1
3
GND
RTCX2
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
APPROVAL
09-27-00
BONE
R375
10K
2
DS1302Z
3
5
4
3
2
1
44
43
42
27
26
25
24
21
20
19
18
DATE
WNC
1K
14
1
R311
10K
SA1
SA2
SA3
SA4
SA5
SA6
SA7
SA8
SA9
SA10
SA11
SA12
SA13
SA14
SA15
SA16
MD0
MD1
MD2
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
EMU_HOLE
EMU_HOLE
X1
C311
.047uF
VCC
VCC
GND
GND
1
2
33
11
2
VCC1
D
RTCX1
VCC2
2
1
8
U309
CONFIGURATION
73
74
75
2
2
1
2
+5VS
DOUT
D0/P40
D1/P41
D2/P42
D3/P43
D3/P44
D5/P45
D6/P46
D7/P47
D8/P30
D9/P31
D10/P32
D11/P33
D12/P34
D13/P35
D14/P36
D15/P37
INIT
AMT41550-3
Q311
MMBT5087
1
+5VS
+5VS
21
+
18
19
20
21
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
B
2
C309
.047uF
SD0
SD1
SD2
SD3
SD4
SD5
SD6
SD7
SD8
SD9
SD10
SD11
SD12
SD13
SD14
SD15
2
R306
1.21 MEG
1
D301
5.1V
1
3
RTCP
1
2
THIS MESS TIES
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MUST BE AT TOP
LEFT ON EVERY
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+5VS
C308
100uF
/SCS2
2
2
2
2
/WOOF
2
SD1
R305
475K
Y302
FSR327
2
SD0
C305
.047uF
R366
/BONE
HW/IR
1
GNDD
1
+BAT
+5VS
ECN
RELEASE TO PRODUCTION
CHANGE C57 TO 1uF
ADD R99
2
GNDD
A
+5VS
2
+5VS
100K
100K
100K
100K
3
R301
R302
R303
R304
1
1
1
1
DESCRIPTION
7 U324OUT
BACKLIGHT
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SPIO2+
U322
MOUNTING_HOLE
+
CAP+
C301
10uF
CAP- 4
SHD
LV
CAPFC
1
VOUT
1
7
A
6
MOUNTING_HOLE
5
MH304
2
1
1
C329
1000PF
2
2
2
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100uF
MH305
CAP+
2
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
NC
GND
GND
GND
MOUNTING_HOLE
MH301
1
C302
10uF
+BAT
1
SPIO2-
DRAWN
WILL CUIPYLO
1
TPS7350QPWR
3
2
1
1
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A
4
5
7
11
12
16
17
18
19
8
SPO2RES
G
20
SPOT MOUNTING HOLES
V
RESET
U323
MAX861
C331
.047uF
3
EN
15
13
14
1
SENSE
OUT
OUT
1
6
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IN
IN
2
8
9
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SPOT I/O SECTION
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2
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REL TO PRODUCTION
DATE
09-27-00
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Q13
MMBT3904
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3
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Welch Allyn, Inc. Spot Vital Signs Service Manual
Revision A
Section 7 Repair Test Specifications
Repair Test Specifications
Spot Vital Signs
Original Date: 16 August 2000
Current Revision Date: 4 January 2001
Current Revision Number: 1.4
File: 126P182.DOC
Copyright 2001 Welch Allyn Inc.
All rights reserved
This information is considered proprietary and confidential.
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Welch Allyn, Inc. Spot Vital Signs Service Manual
Revision A
General Notes
Note 1: The word “Unit” throughout this document refers to the Spot Vital Signs with out
pneumatics (tubing and cuff), temperature probe, SpO2 probe, and main battery attached, unless
other wise noted.
Note 2: Standard test voltage unless otherwise stated is 6.5 (+0/- 0.25) Vdc.
Note 3: All test are performed utilizing the Repair Software for the Spot Vital Signs or following the
procedures called out in the Spot Service Manual.
Note 5: Unless otherwise stated, all calibrated volumes will be +/- 10cc of the stated volume.
Note 6: Unit software for the Spot Vital Signs will be equal to or greater than “1.00” for “Spot”
software (SW 1) and equal to or greater than “1.00” for ModB software (SW2). If the unit has
Nellcor SpO2, the SpO2 software will be equal to or greater than “1.2.0.0.” If the unit has
temperature, the temperature software will be equal to or greater than “2.1.”
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Revision A
Repair Test
General Unit Test
A-D Noise Test
The A-D Noise Test is defined as the amount of noise on the Unit A-D pressure channel, over a 1 second sample time
while 0.0 mmHg is applied to the Unit pressure port. The maximum limit is 0.050 mmHg.
Leak Test
Leak Test is defined as the amount of pressure drop that is recorded over a 15 second interval with a 100cc volume
attached to the Unit pressure port and that volume having a stabilized pressure of 250 mmHg. The limit is 5 mmHg
max
Inflation Test
Inflation Test is defined as the amount of time the Unit pump can inflate a 250cc volume from 5 mmHg to 210 mmHg.
The limit is 7 seconds, max.
Dump Test
Dump Test is defined as the amount of time it takes the Unit to deflate a 500cc volume from 260 mmHg to less than 15
mmHg. The limit is 10 seconds.
Pneumatic Calibration
Note: The Unit can not be calibrated if the internal temperature is beyond 32’C.
The unit will be calibrated with 0 and 250 mmHg applied to the pressure port with the following algorithm:
-Adjust the pressure calibration ‘offset’ value with the following formula.( (Last autozero pressure
value + current unit pressure) * 16384 /(pressure offset correction value + pressure gain
correction
value)). The pressure offset value must be -15384 to 15384.
-The Unit must be able to successfully perform an autozero.
-Adjust the pressure gain value until the unit pressure deviation from the applied pressure is less than
0.1
mmHg. Continue to utilize the following formula until the pressure is less than 0.1
mmHg.
(applied
pressure
/ unit pressure) * pressure gain value. The pressure gain value must be
1000 to 31767
When the pressure transducer calibration is performed(only when successful), a calibration signature will be stored in
the Unit memory. The calibration signature can be any of up to four printable characters.
When the pressure transducer calibration is performed(only when successful), the date and time of that calibration will
be stored in the Unit memory.
Pneumatic Accuracy Test
Note: This test will be conducted in the configuration mode of the Spot Vital Signs.
Perform Autozero before the start of this test. The Pneumatic Accuracy test is defined as the comparison of the Unit
pressure measurement and applied pressure at 0, 50, 175, and 275. The maximum limit for the 0 reading will be +/- 1.0
mmHg, all others +/- 3.0 mmHg.
Valve Control Test
With a 100 cc volume connected to the Unit pressure port and pressurized to 160 mmHg, give Unit commands to open
the valve for 10 mSec., 15 mSec., and 25 mSec. And record each pressure drop. The pressure drops will be 4 to 12
mmHg, 4 to 15 mmHg, and 4 to 25 mmHg respectively.
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Revision A
Battery Calibration Requirements
The Unit battery voltage measurement circuit will be calibrated at 5.5 +0.2/- 0 VDC.
The battery calibration factor must be 14,384 to 18,384.
When the Unit battery measurement circuit is successfully calibrated, a calibration signature will be stored in the Unit
memory. The calibration signature can be any of up to four printable characters.
Blank Mode Current Test
The Blank Mode Current Test is defined as the amount of current that is drawn through the battery terminals, all LCD
segments are turned off, the back light is off, the SpO2 mode is turned off. The limit is 200 mA. max.
Back Light(Idle) Current Test
The Back Light Current Test is defined as the amount of current that is drawn through the battery, all LCD segments
are turned on, the back light turned on, the SpO2 mode is turned off. The limit is 400 mA. Max.
Valve/Pump Mode Current Test
The Valve/Pump Mode Current Test is defined as the amount of current that is drawn through the battery terminals, the
Unit is in the Blank Mode, Unit valve and pump actuated to on. The limit is 700 mA, max.
IR Interface Tests
The Unit will be able to communicate through the IR Port. Opening the IR Port and successfully issuing a command
with no errors returned will be sufficient to test the IR Interface.
Interface Test
When given the proper commands, the Spot Display will turn on all segments, turn off all segments, turn on the back
light or turn off the back light. When give the proper command, the spot unit buzzer will come on to ensure operation.
The pass/fail criteria is subjective to the user.
Temperature Option Requirements
Accuracy Testing
The accuracy of the temperature module must be within +/- 0.2F for readings with a nominal temperature of 97.3F
(36.3C) using a Cal Key (5200-25).The unit must be able to read a temperature of 96.4F (35.8C) and a temperature of
106F (41.1C) within +/- 0.3F (+/-0.2C) using a Welch Allyn 9600 Calibrator.
Note: if using a water bath to take temperatures, the temperature of the bath should be between 84F and 106F (28.8 and
41.1C)and the reading must agree within +/-1.0F (0.8C) measuring against a temperature standard that is accurate to
within +/-1.0 F (0.8C).
Temperature Probe Test
The unit will display “188.8” and then “ORL” once the oral probe is removed from the probe housing.
SpO2 Option Requirements
Note: These tests are only performed if configured forSpO2.
SpO2 Functional Test
The SpO2 Functional Test is defined as the ability of the Unit to correctly report an applied SpO2 signals from a
Nellcor SRC2 Simulator. The applied signals are 81% O2, 112 BPM at a saturation level of 100. The limits are +/-3
counts for the O2 readings and +/- 3 counts for BPM readings.
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Revision A
SpO2 Mode Current Test
The SpO2 Mode Current Test is defined as the amount of current, less the Blank Mode Current, that is drawn through
the battery terminals, placing the Unit in the Blank Mode, actuating the SpO2 mode and applying any SpO2 signal to
the Unit. The maximum limit is 120 mA, max.
Fail Safe Testing
Over Pressure Test
The unit will be able to detect over pressure on the unit’s pneumatic system between 296.0 mmHg and 329 mmHg.
Over 15 mmHg
The unit will be able to detect if the static pressure has been over 15 mmHg for 180 second.
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