before setting up and using the iSleep 20i.

Table of Contents
1
Intended Use of the iSleep 20i ....................................................................................... 3
2
1.1
What is the iSleep 20i? ..................................................................................... 3
1.2
Indications for Use ............................................................................................ 4
1.3
Contraindications .............................................................................................. 4
1.4
About this Manual .......................................................................................... 5
Safety Information........................................................................................................... 7
3
2.1
General User Precautions ............................................................................... 7
2.2
Electrical Safety ............................................................................................ 8
2.3
Environmental Conditions ............................................................................... 9
2.4
Usage of Patient Circuit ................................................................................. 10
2.5
Usage of Filters ............................................................................................... 11
2.6
Cleaning and Maintenance ............................................................................. 11
2.7
Adverse Patient Symptoms............................................................................. 12
2.8
Usage of the HA 01 Humidifier ...................................................................... 13
2.9
Usage of Oxygen ........................................................................................... 14
Product Description....................................................................................................... 15
4
3.1
Main Components ........................................................................................... 15
3.2
Accessories
........................................................................................... 17
3.3
The iSleep 20i's Front Panel
................................................................... 20
3.4
The iSleep 20i's Side Panels
.................................................................... 21
3.5
Equipment Designation and Safety Label .................................................... 22
Functions and Parameters of the iSleep 20i ................................................................. 23
5
4.1
Function Modes............................................................................................... 23
4.2
Settings ........................................................................................................... 23
4.3
Home and Clinical Mode ................................................................................. 25
Using the iSleep 20i ...................................................................................................... 26
6
5.1
Checking the iSleep 20i before Use................................................................ 26
5.2
Switching the iSleep 20i On and Off ............................................................... 26
5.3
Using the Menu ............................................................................................. 27
5.4
Transferring Data between the iSleep 20i and a PC ...................................... 29
5.5
Using the integrated HA 01 Humidifier ........................................................ 31
5.6
Using an External Battery ............................................................................... 32
Preparing the iSleep 20i for Use ................................................................................... 34
7
6.1
Installing the iSleep 20i ................................................................................... 34
6.2
Placing the iSleep 20i .................................................................................... 35
6.3
Connecting the iSleep 20i to the Power Source ............................................. 35
6.4
Connecting the Patient Circuit ........................................................................ 36
Setting up the iSleep 20i ............................................................................................ 37
8
7.1
Settings Applicable for iSleep 20i .................................................................. 38
7.2
Selecting the Mode ......................................................................................... 38
7.3
Setting the Parameters ................................................................................... 38
7.4
Viewing Device Information ......................................................................... 42
Indications..................................................................................................................... 43
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Cleaning the iSleep 20i and Replacement of Accessories ........................................... 47
10
9.1
Cleaning the iSleep 20i .................................................................................. 47
9.2
Cleaning and Replacing the Patient Air Filter ................................................. 49
9.3
Change of Patient ........................................................................................... 50
Maintenance ................................................................................................................. 51
11
10.1
Regular Maintenance Control ......................................................................... 51
10.2
Service and Repair.......................................................................................... 52
10.3
Storage............................................................................................................ 52
10.4
Disposal .......................................................................................................... 52
Technical Specifications ................................................................................................ 53
12
11.1
System Description
.................................................................................. 53
11.2
Data
.................................................................................................... 53
11.3
Compliance of Standards .............................................................................. 56
11.4
Delivery Settings
........................................................................................ 57
Accessories................................................................................................................... 58
12.1
Breas Accessories List.................................................................................... 58
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Intended Use of the iSleep 20i
WARNING!
iSleep 20i must only be used:
•
For the intended treatment in accordance with this manual
and with the instructions given by the responsible clinical
personnel.
•
In accordance with the operating conditions specified in
this manual.
•
In original and unmodified shape and only with accessories
specified or approved by Breas Medical AB.
Every other use may lead to risk of personal injury!
CAUTION!
Read this manual thoroughly so that you completely understand how the iSleep 20i is operated and maintained before taking it into use, to ensure correct usage, maximum performance
and serviceability.
WARNING!
Do not use the iSleep 20i for any kind of life support treatment.
Breas Medical AB reserves the right to make changes to this product without any prior notification.
1.1 What is the iSleep 20i?
The iSleep 20i is a CPAP system that provides a continuous positive airway
pressure. This can prevent the user’s upper airways from collapsing and therefore avoid breathing problems associated with airway collapse and obstruction.
The pressure delivered by the iSleep 20i can be set either:
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• to a constant pressure level (constant CPAP mode), or
• to permit self-adjustment in response to the patient's breathing (self adjusting intelligent CPAP mode, iMode).
The appropriate pressure for CPAP therapy often varies during sleep. In the
iMode, the iSleep 20i uses an airflow sensor and an advanced signal processing
technique to detect various breathing patterns and to provide the appropriate
CPAP treatment.
The iSleep 20i has a pressure sensor that continuously monitors output pressure to the patient and reference ambient pressure, so that the device automatically will compensate for altitude changes.
The internal memory of the iSleep 20i can be downloaded to a PC where you
can view the patient compliance data in the Breas iSleep PC Software.
For more information about the Breas iSleep PC Software, please contact your
Breas representative.
1.2 Indications for Use
The iSleep 20i is intended for non-invasive use.
The iSleep 20i shall only be used by patients with spontaneous breathing.
The CPAP function is intended to deliver continuous positive airway pressure
therapy for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea in adults (who weigh more
than 30 kg).
The iSleep 20i can be used in clinical settings (e.g., hospitals, sleep laboratories,
sub-acute care institutions) and home environments. It must always be prescribed by a licensed physician.
The iSleep 20i is intended to be operated by trained users and qualified personnel.
The iSleep 20i is not intended for life support or life-sustaining
applications or for transport of critical care patients.
1.3 Contraindications
Therapy with the iSleep 20i should not be prescribed when the following specific diseases or conditions are present:
• Bullous lung disease
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• Pathologically low blood pressure
• Severe cardiac arrhythmias
• Unstable angina pectoris
• Decompensated cardiac failure or hypotension, particularly if associated
with intravascular volume depletion
• Recent thoracic surgery
• Pneumothorax
• Pneumomediastinum
• Massive epistaxis or previous history of massive epistaxis
(risk of recurrence)
• Pneumoencephalus, recent trauma or surgery that may have produced
cranio-nasopharyngeal fistula
• Cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) leaks
• Acute or unstable respiratory failure or insufficiency
Caution should be used when prescribing CPAP therapy for susceptible
patients, such as patients with abnormalities of the cribriform plate, or prior history of head trauma.
The use of CPAP therapy may be temporarily contraindicated if the patient
exhibits signs of a sinus or middle ear infection.
1.4 About this Manual
Always read this manual before setting up and using the iSleep 20i
or performing maintenance on the iSleep 20i, to ensure correct
usage, maximum performance and serviceability.
Breas Medical AB reserves the right to make changes to the contents of this manual without any prior notification.
Audience
This manual is primarily intended for care providers, clinical personnel, physicians and others who require a working knowledge of the Breas iSleep 20i sys-
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tem. The manual comprises detailed information on the settings and functions
of the iSleep 20i to be handled by trained health care personnel only.
• Patients and other lay users operating the iSleep 20i will find all the information they need in the User Manual.
• Service personnel may order the iSleep 20i Service Manual that contains
detailed technical information for maintenance, service and repair.
Icons
In this manual, icons are used to highlight specific information. The meaning of
each icon is explained in the table below.
ICON
EXPLANATION
Warning!
Risk of death and serious personal injury.
Caution!
Risk of minor or moderate injury. Risk of equipment damage,
loss of data, extra work, or unexpected results.
Note
Information that may be valuable but is not of critical importance, tips.
Reference
Reference to other manuals with additional information on a
specific topic.
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Safety Information
2.1 General User Precautions
• The iSleep 20i should not be used for any kind of life support treatment.
• The iSleep 20i shall only be used by patients with spontaneous breathing.
• If the patient is admitted to a hospital or is prescribed any other form of
medical treatment, always inform the medical staff that the patient is on
CPAP treatment.
• The iSleep 20i must only be used:
– for the intended treatment in accordance with this clinician’s manual and
with the instructions given by the responsible clinical personnel;
– in accordance with the operating conditions specified in this manual;
– in original and unmodified shape and only with accessories specified or
approved by Breas Medical AB.
• Do not use the iSleep 20i and contact your Breas representative for an
inspection in the event of suspected damage to the device, unexplainable or
sudden pressure, performance or sound changes during operation, or if the
delivered air from the iSleep 20i is abnormally hot or emits an odour.
• The iSleep 20i therapy settings must always be based on medical advice and
must be carried out by authorized personnel only.
• Always perform the procedure “Checking the iSleep 20i before Use” on
page 26 before use.
• Inadequate use of device or accessories may cause loss of treatment or
decreased performance.
• U.S. Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on order of a physician.
• Clinical personnel and the patient must read the manual thoroughly and
understand the usage of the iSleep 20i before setting up and using the
iSleep 20i.
• Handle the iSleep 20i with care.
• Do not use the iSleep 20i while in bag.
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2.2 Electrical Safety
• Do not operate the iSleep 20i if it has a damaged power cord, power supply
or casing.
• The iSleep 20i may not work properly if any part has been dropped, damaged or submerged in water.
• To avoid electrical shock, disconnect the electrical supply to the iSleep 20i
before cleaning. Do not immerse the iSleep 20i into any fluids.
• The operator shall not touch accessible contacts of connectors and the
patient simultaneously.
• When handling the HA 01 humidifier, disconnect the iSleep 20i from any
power source.
• If an external battery is used it must be disconnected when the iSleep 20i is
switched off. Otherwise the battery will discharge.
• The performance of the iSleep 20i may deteriorate at:
– AC supply voltage below -15% and above +10% of declared nominal
value.
– DC supply voltage below -15% and above +25% of declared nominal
value.
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2.3 Environmental Conditions
• Do not use the iSleep 20i in any toxic environment.
• Do not use the iSleep 20i in environments where there are explosive gases
or other flammable anesthetic agents present.
• The performance of the iSleep 20i may deteriorate at:
– ambient temperatures below 41°F (5°C) and above 104°F (40°C).
– ambient relative humidity below 10% RH (relative humidity) and above
95% RH.
– atmosphere pressure below 700 mbar and above 1060 mbar.
• Do not use the iSleep 20i while positioned in a warm place, such as direct
sunlight.
• The device complies with the EMC requirements of standards listed in
“Compliance of Standards” on page 56. Necessary measures should be
taken in order to assure field levels exceeding 10 V/m are avoided, since
this may impair the safety and performance of the iSleep 20i. Measures
should include but not be limited to:
– normal precautions with regard to relative humidity and conductive characteristics of clothing in order to minimize the build-up of electrostatic
charges.
– avoiding use of radio emitting devices closer than 1 m to the iSleep 20i.
Radio emitting devices are for example cellular or cordless telephones,
microwave ovens and high-frequency surgery apparatus.
• The iSleep 20i, any accessories and all replaced parts must be disposed of in
accordance with the local environmental regulations regarding the disposal
of used equipment and waste.
• The performance of the iSleep 20i and treatment of the patient may deteriorate if the operation conditions in “Technical Specifications” on page 53
are not fulfilled. Do not use the iSleep 20i immediately after storage or
transport outside the recommended operating conditions.
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2.4 Usage of Patient Circuit
• Only use the iSleep 20i with a mask and a patient tube recommended by
Breas Medical AB and your health care professional.
• Do not breathe in the connected patient circuit unless the iSleep 20i is
turned on and operating properly.
• Do not use patient hoses or tubes made of electrically conductive or static
material.
• Always use a new mask and a patient tube recommended by Breas Medical
AB when the iSleep 20i is to be used by a new patient.
• Patient connected parts and filter must be replaced regularly to ensure correct function of the iSleep 20i. All replaced parts must be disposed of
according to local environmental regulations regarding the disposal of used
equipment and parts.
• If the patient is using a full face mask (covering mouth and nose), the mask
must be equipped with a safety entrainment valve.
• Make sure that the leakage ports are never blocked or obstructed. These
ports are used for ventilating the mask in order to prevent re-breathing of
exhaled air. Re-breathing of exhaled gases for longer than a few minutes
can, in some circumstances, lead to suffocation.
• At low CPAP pressures, the air flow through the leakage ports may be inadequate to clear all exhaled gases from the mask. Some re-breathing may
occur.
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2.5 Usage of Filters
• Always use the iSleep 20i with a patient air inlet filter installed. Only use filters that are specified in this manual.
• Replace or clean the filters regularly to ensure correct function of the
iSleep 20i, especially when changing patient. Failure to replace or clean a
dirty filter may cause the iSleep 20i to operate at higher temperatures than
intended.
• When operating the iSleep 20i, make sure that the air inlet and the filter is
not obstructed or occluded.
• If the iSleep 20i is used in a clinic by several patients, a low resistance bacteria filter is recommended between the air outlet and the patient circuit to
prevent patient cross-contamination. Reuse of mask or bacteria filter may
expose patients to contagious agents.
• The use of a low resistance bacteria filter on the output of the device may
interfere with the operation of the mask off function.
• Do not connect any filter to the HA 01 humidifier.
2.6 Cleaning and Maintenance
• The iSleep 20i shall be cleaned and maintained in accordance with this clinician’s manual.
• Do not attempt to autoclave or sterilise the iSleep 20i.
• The iSleep 20i shall be subjected to maintenance, service and control and
any applicable upgrades, in accordance with Breas service instructions.
• The iSleep 20i should only be repaired or modified in accordance with
Breas service manuals, technical bulletins, and any special service instructions, by service technicians authorized by Breas Medical AB.
• Do not under any circumstances attempt to service or repair the iSleep 20i
yourself. If you do so, the manufacturer will no longer be responsible for
the performance and safety of the iSleep 20i.
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2.7 Adverse Patient Symptoms
If the patient experiences any of the following symptoms while using the
iSleep 20i, a physician or responsible clinician shall be contacted immediately:
• Bloated feeling from excessive swallowing of air while awake
• Air continually leaking from the mouth while sleeping
• Dryness of air passages or nose
• Ear pain, runny nose or sinus discomfort
• Day time sleepiness
• Disorientation or memory lapse
• Mood change or irritability
• Skin sensitivity
• Morning headache
• Severe headache
• Chest discomfort
• Shortness of breath
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2.8 Usage of the HA 01 Humidifier
• The HA 01 humidifier and the iSleep 20i are intended for non-invasive use.
• When using an external humidifier, it should be located lower than the
iSleep 20i and the patient to prevent personal injury from accidental spillage.
• When using the HA 01 humidifier, the iSleep 20i should be located lower
than the patient to prevent personal injury from accidental spillage.
• If a room humidifier is used, place it at least 6 feet (2 meters) away from the
iSleep 20i.
• Periodically check for moisture in the patient circuit. When present,
remove the moisture. Before attempting to dry the circuit, disconnect it
from the iSleep 20i to ensure no water back-flow into the iSleep 20i. The
frequency at which these checks must be performed will depend on the
patient’s own condition and the device used. This should be assessed on an
individual basis in accordance with the patient’s needs.
• If the condensation in the patient circuit is excessive, the use of a heated
humidifier may require the installation of a water trap in the circuit. The
water trap prevents any condensated water in the patient circuit from running into the patient airways and causing personal injury.
• The HA 01 humidifier shall be disconnected from the iSleep 20i during
transportation.
• The iSleep 20i shall not be placed in the bag with the HA 01 humidifier
attached.
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2.9 Usage of Oxygen
• The presence of oxygen can speed up combustion of inflammable materials.
• If oxygen has been prescribed, connect the oxygen supply tube to the
appropriate oxygen port of the nasal mask or breathing system connector.
• At a fixed flow rate of supplemental oxygen flow, the inhaled oxygen concentration will vary, depending on the pressure delivered, patient’s breathing pattern, mask selection, and leak rate.
• When oxygen is used with the iSleep 20i, the oxygen flow must be turned
off when the iSleep 20i is not operating. If the iSleep 20i is not in operation,
and the oxygen flow is left on, oxygen delivered into the patient tubing may
accumulate within the iSleep 20i enclosure. Oxygen accumulated in the
iSleep 20i enclosure will create a risk of fire.
• Ventilate the room adequately.
• Do not smoke in a room where oxygen is being used.
• Naked light bulbs and other sources of ignition must be kept a minimum of
6 feet (2 meters) away from the oxygen cylinder or any part of the patient
circuit.
• Do not use aerosols or solvents close to the oxygen supply, even when the
oxygen supply is shut off.
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Product Description
3.1 Main Components
The iSleep 20i system contains the following components:
3
4
2
5
1
7
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8
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NO .
COMPONENT
FUNCTION
PART NO.
1*
Carrying bag
Storage for transportation
003793
2
Users manual
Product and usage information 004050
3
Patient tube
Tube for mask and iSleep 20i
4
iSleep 20i power supply
003773
5
AC power cord
003725
6
Filter (white, disposa- Inlet air filtration
ble, optional)
004153
(5 pcs)
7
Filter (grey, washable) Inlet air filtration
004154
(5 pcs)
8
Rear lid
9
iSleep 20i main unit
000245
Usage without HA 01 Humidi- 003591
fier
* Not included in the iSleep 20i basic package.
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3.2 Accessories
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10
12
13
14
15
17
16
18
21
20
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NO .
COMPONENT
FUNCTION
PART NO.
10
HA 01 Humidifier
Patient air humidification
003530
11
iMask 100
003971
12
iMask 200
003972
13
Battery cable 24 V DC
004367
14
DC/DC
12-24 V
004139
converter
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NO .
COMPONENT
FUNCTION
PART NO.
15
EB 2 Battery kit
Includes:
004152
• Charger
• Trafobox
• Isolation
• Battery pack
• Carry bag
• Power cord 24 V AC
• Power cord 24 V DC
• Power cord mains
• EB 2 User manual
16
Memory card reader/ Read/write memory card
writer
002185
17
Memory card
18
iSleep PC software kit Data monitoring software
004276
19
iCom kit
004143
iSleep 20i settings, patient data 003619
and usage data
Includes:
• Isolated
communication
interface: PC and iSleep
• iSleep-iCom data cable
• iCom-PC data cable (D-sub)
• iCom-PC data cable (USB)
• iCom User manual
• iCom PC drivers
20
iSleep-PC data cable
Data cable: PC and iSleep 20i 003588
(RJ45 to D-sub)
21
iSleep-iCom
data cable
Data cable: iSleep 20i and 003574
iCom (RJ45 to D-sub)
22
iCom-PC data cable
D-sub
Data cable: iCom and PC (D- 003721
sub to D-sub)
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NO .
COMPONENT
FUNCTION
PART NO.
23
iCom-PC data cable
USB
Data cable: iCom and PC (USB 003722
to USB)
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3.3 The iSleep 20i's Front Panel
2
1
3
NO .
USER BUTTONS AND DISPLAYS
FUNCTION
1
Start/Stop
Main unit: On/Off
2
Display window
Mode and settings display
3
Navigation
Navigation in menu system
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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NO .
ITEM
FUNCTION
1
Air outlet
Air path out to the patient
2
Locking mechanism
Release and lock HA 01 humidifier or rear
lid
3
HA 01 Humidifier
(optional)
Patient air humidification
4
Air inlet
Air path in, replaceable filters
5
Data connection
Data cable connection
6
Memory card slot
Read and write memory card
7
DC inlet
External DC power connection
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3.5 Equipment Designation and Safety Label
1
2, 3
NO.
4, 5, 6, 7, 8
SYMBOL
EXPLANATION
1
Data connection port (for iCom or PC)
2
Model designation
3
Serial number (the last seven alphanumeric characters)
4
Class II electrical equipment; dual isolation
5
Body floating (IEC 60601-1 Type BF, Isolated
Applied Part)
6
Read the User Manual thoroughly before connecting the iSleep 20i to the patient.
7
CE marking applies in accordance with the directive MDD 93/42/EEC.
8
Read “Disposal” on page 52 for information
about recycling and disposal.
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Functions and Parameters of the iSleep 20i
This chapter includes descriptions of the functions and settings used for controlling the functions of the iSleep 20i.
4.1 Function Modes
The following modes can be selected for the iSleep 20i:
• iMode (self-adjusting intelligent CPAP mode)
• CPAP mode (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure)
4.2 Settings
All the parameters that are used for controlling the breathing by the iSleep 20i
are listed below.
Read the chapter “Settings Applicable for iSleep 20i” on page 38 for information
about the modes and ranges the different settings work with.
CPAP
The CPAP setting sets the pressure for the CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway
Pressure) mode.
iMode
Minimum pressure (Pmin): The lowest pressure permitted during iMode.
Maximum pressure (Pmax): The highest pressure permitted during iMode.
The Ramp Function (iMode)
The ramp function in iMode provides a pressure increase from the ramp start
pressure to the set minimum pressure during a set time. During the Ramp Time
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the i-algorithm is disabled. The minimum Ramp Time is 5 minutes and can not
be disabled.
Ramp start pressure < Min pressure
Ramp start pressure = Min pressure
Pressure
Pressure
Pmax
Pmax
Pmin
Pmin
Ramp start pressure
Set ramp time
Time
Ramp start
Ramp start pressure
Ramp start
Set ramp time
Time
The Ramp Function (CPAP)
The ramp function provides a pressure increase from the ramp start pressure to
the set CPAP pressure during a set time.
Pressure
CPAP
Ramp start pressure
Set ramp time
Time
Ramp start
The ramp function can be deactivated (see “Setting the Parameters” on page 38)
and will then not be available in home mode.
Mask Off Detection
The iSleep 20i automatically detects if the mask is taken off during operation
and reduces the air flow after approximately 30 s.
Snooze
The snooze function allows the patient to pause the treatment.
Humidifier (optional)
The humidifier function is adjustable to provide additional humidity to the
patient air.
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Automatic Restart After Power Fail
The iSleep 20i will restart after a power failure with a duration shorter than 5
seconds.
Wake Up (optional)
The wake up function will initiate an alarm at a set time when activated.
4.3 Home and Clinical Mode
In order to prevent the patient to change the settings, the home mode shall be
activated before giving the iSleep 20i to the user. The home mode hides treatment settings and other selected information.
The clinical mode is used by the clinician to control all mode choices, settings and limits. While operating in
clinical mode, the iSleep 20i shows
the actual measured pressure in the
main display window. Read the chapter “Using the Menu” on page 27 for
more information.
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Using the iSleep 20i
5.1 Checking the iSleep 20i before Use
Always make the following checks before using the iSleep 20i:
1 Connect a cleaned or a new patient circuit to the iSleep 20i.
2 Connect the iSleep 20i to the AC supply.
3 Check patient settings.
4 Switch on the iSleep 20i by pressing the Start/Stop button on the front
panel. Ensure that the iSleep 20i is running.
5 Put on the mask and adjust its fit.
6 Ensure that the settings are adjusted as prescribed.
The iSleep 20i is ready for use.
5.2 Switching the iSleep 20i On and Off
1 Make sure the power supply
is connected.
2 Turn on the iSleep 20i by pressing
the Start/Stop button on the front
panel for 2 seconds.
This operation switches the
iSleep 20i between standby and operating mode.
The iSleep 20i is connected to a power supply when the LCD display is lit up.
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5.3 Using the Menu
Read chapter “The iSleep 20i's Front Panel” on page 20 for exact position of the
buttons.
Use the 4 buttons under the display to navigate in the menu. Depending on the
location in the menu, the buttons have different function and are called “soft
buttons”. The following icons are used:
ICON
EXPLANATION
Increase the selected value or turn a function On.
Decrease the selected value or turn a function Off.
Move up one step in the menu system.
Enter the menu or select the value below.
Clinical Mode Overview
Mode
Setup
iMode
CPAP
Adjust
parameters
Adjust
parameters
Wake Up Alarm,
Time/Date
Humidity
(if used, active
only)
Start
Pressure
Ramp Time
Device Settings
Humidifier
Device
Information
Humidity Level
Memory Card
(standby only)
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Others
Ramp
Function
Always start
with ramp
(CPAP only)
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Home Mode Overview
Setup
(view only)
Others
Humidity
(if used)
Ramp
(if used)
Wake Up Alarm,
Time/Date
Humidifier
Ramp Time
Device Settings
Humidity Level
Ramp
Function
Device Information
Memory Card
(standby only)
Always start
with ramp
(CPAP only)
Icons in the Display Window
ICON
EXPLANATION
The iSleep 20i is operating
Wake Up Alarm
Humidity
Ramp
Panel lock (home mode)
Panel locked by the Breas iSleep PC software
Switching between Clinical and Home Mode
Keep the two middle buttons pressed
for 5 seconds.
Home mode is indicated by the panel
lock.
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5.4 Transferring Data between the iSleep 20i and a PC
In order to view and present patient data correctly, the Breas iSleep PC Software
must be installed on the PC.
The iSleep 20i records AHI (Apnea Hypopnea Index).
Instructions on how to manage data in the Breas iSleep PC Software can be found
in the software help.
Memory Card
The iSleep 20i can only transfer data to the memory card while not operating.
The memory card is used for transferring settings and logs.
1 Insert the memory card in the
memory card slot on the side of the
iSleep 20i.
2 At the main menu, choose “Oth-
ers” and navigate to the “Memory
Card” page.
3 Select the desired operation and
wait while the iSleep 20i load or save
data to the memory card.
4 Remove the memory card from
the memory card slot on the side of
the iSleep 20i.
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5 Connect the memory card reader
to the PC and insert the memory
card.
Data Cable
The data cable shall not be used for data transfer while the patient
is connected to the iSleep 20i. Only a PC which complies to the IEC
60601-1 standards can be used for transferring data during treatment of a patient.
The data cable can receive and send
data between the iSleep 20i and a PC.
1 Connect the data cable to the
iSleep 20i. Make sure it is fitted correctly.
2 Connect the other end of the data cable to the PC with the RS232 connec-
tor.
iCom Communication Unit
The iCom can be used to transfer data between the iSleep 20i and a PC during
treatment of a patient. The PC does not need to comply with the IEC 60601-1
standard if the iCom is used.
With the iCom, real-time data can be
received and sent between the
iSleep 20i and a PC.
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1 Connect the iSleep-iCom data
cable to the iSleep 20i. Make sure it is
fitted correctly.
2 Connect the other end of the iSleep-iCom data cable to the iCom.
3 Connect the iCom-PC data cable between the iCom and a PC. Only use
either the D-sub cable or the USB cable.
5.5 Using the integrated HA 01 Humidifier
Read the chapter “Usage of the HA 01 Humidifier” on page 13
carefully to make sure all conditions are fulfilled and considered.
See chapter “Humidifier (optional)” on page 40 for instructions how to set up the
HA 01 humidifier.
Instructions about safety, warnings, product description, using, cleaning and technical information can be found in the Breas HA 01 humidifier User Manual.
If the HA 01 humidifier is refilled according to instructions after usage, the
iSleep 20i will remember the humidity setting used.
The HA 01 humidifier is intended to humidify the patient air. The
HA 01 humidifier must be installed in order to access and navigate to this setting, both clinical and home mode.
A full HA 01 humidifier will be able to humidify the air for about 11 hours with
the following settings and conditions:
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SETTING
VALUE
Humidifier setting
5
CPAP pressure
10 cmH2O
Ambient temperature
68°F (20°C)
Leakage
20 l/min
Altitude
Sea level
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5.6 Using an External Battery
The iSleep 20i can be powered from:
• The Breas external EB 2 Battery Pack.
• A 12 V external power source. The iSleep DC/DC converter 12-24 V needs
to be used.
• A 24 V external power source. The iSleep battery cable needs to be used.
1 Connect the external DC cable to
the iSleep 20i. Make sure it is fitted
correctly.
2 Connect the other end of the cable to the battery source.
• Always make a function check to test the battery condition before operating the iSleep 20i from an external battery source.
• The battery must be disconnected when the iSleep 20i is switched off, otherwise the battery will be discharged.
Battery Operation Time
The operation time is dependent on the battery condition, its capacity, the ambient air temperature and the iSleep 20i pressure setting.
The operation time is based on the following settings:
SETTING
VALUE
Humidifier setting
5 or Off
CPAP pressure
10 cmH2O
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Ambient temperature
68°F (20°C)
Altitude
Sea level
Battery status
New battery fully charged
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BATTERY TYPE
HUMIDIFIER
OPERATION TIME
EB 2 (24 V, 7.2 Ah)
Off
13 h
EB 2 (24 V, 7.2 Ah)
5
Not recommended
Car battery (12 V, 60 Ah)*
Off
90 h
Car battery (12 V, 60 Ah)*
5
25 h
* When using a 12 V external power, the iSleep DC/DC converter 12-24 V
needs to be used.
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6
Preparing the iSleep 20i for Use
Read the chapter “Safety Information” on page 7 before setting up
and using the iSleep 20i.
6.1 Installing the iSleep 20i
When using the iSleep 20i for the first time, follow the instructions below:
1 Check that all main components and ordered accessories
have been delivered (refer to
the packing note or the invoice,
if available).
2 Ensure that the equipment
is in good condition.
3 Check that the mandatory
grey patient air filter is installed.
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6.2 Placing the iSleep 20i
Read the chapter “Environmental Conditions” on page 9 carefully
to make sure all conditions are fulfilled and considered.
1 Place the iSleep 20i on a solid, flat
surface. The iSleep 20i should be
placed lower than the patient in order
to prevent the device from falling on
the patient, as well as preventing condensated water to reach the patient.
2 Make sure that nothing can block
the patient air inlet at the side of the
iSleep 20i.
6.3 Connecting the iSleep 20i to the Power Source
Read the chapter “Electrical Safety” on page 8 carefully to make
sure all conditions are fulfilled and considered.
To Connect the iSleep 20i to the Power Source:
1 Plug the power supply into the
power inlet of the iSleep 20i.
2 Connect the power cord into the
power supply.
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3 Connect the power cord to the
power source.
6.4 Connecting the Patient Circuit
Read the chapter “Usage of Patient Circuit” on page 10 carefully to
make sure all conditions are fulfilled and considered.
1 Connect the patient tube to the
air outlet.
2 Connect the other end of the patient tube to the mask and the leakage port,
if applicable.
Mask Leakage
The leakage from the mask should be at least 12 l/min at 4 cmH2O, to prevent
re-breathing of exhaled air. The recommended mask leakage is 20-40 l/min at
10 cmH2O pressure.
This leakage may be achieved by:
• small holes in the mask
• an adjoining leakage port
In order to receive a suitable leakage the Breas iMask™ Nasal CPAP Mask is
recommended.
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Setting up the iSleep 20i
Read the chapter “Safety Information” on page 7 before setting up
and using the iSleep 20i.
• The configuration of the iSleep 20i therapy settings must always be prescribed by a licensed physician and carried out by an authorized health care
professional.
• Always document the set values before the patient returns home.
This chapter describes how to set the different parameters that are used for controlling the operation of the iSleep 20i.
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7.1 Settings Applicable for iSleep 20i
SETTING
RANGE
RESOLUTION
Min pressure
4 cmH2O to Pmax
0.5 cmH2O
Max pressure
Pmin to 20 cmH2O
0.5 cmH2O
CPAP
4 to 20 cmH2O
0.5 cmH2O
Ramp time
5 to 60 min
5 min
Ramp start pressure
4 cmH2O to CPAP/ 0.5 cmH2O
Pmin
Humidifier
Off, 1 to 9
1
The operation modes and setting parameters are described in detail in the chapter
“Functions and Parameters of the iSleep 20i” on page 23.
7.2 Selecting the Mode
At the main menu, choose “Mode” to
navigate to the mode section.
The iSleep 20i always starts in the
mode and the settings that were active
when it was switched off.
7.3 Setting the Parameters
For more information about how to use the menu, please read the chapter “Using
the Menu” on page 27.
Study the overview pictures in “Using the Menu” on page 27 if a page or section
can not be found.
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Min Pressure (iMode)
Setting range: 4 cmH2O to Pmax.
Resolution: 0.5 cmH2O.
Navigate to the section “Setup” to
reach the Pmin setting.
Max Pressure (iMode)
Setting range: Pmin to 20 cmH2O.
Resolution: 0.5 cmH2O.
Navigate to the section “Setup” to
reach the Pmax setting.
CPAP
Setting range: 4 to 20 cmH2O.
Resolution: 0.5 cmH2O.
The Ramp Function
Setting range: 5 to 60 min.
Resolution: 5 min.
Navigate to the “Ramp” section. The
ramp function can only be activated
during operation.
When the “Ramp” section is available
in the menu, the ramp function can be
activated by pressing and holding the
“Ramp” soft button until the ramp
symbol appears.
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Ramp pressure (iMode): 4 cmH2O to
Pmin.
Resolution (iMode): 0.5 cmH2O.
Ramp pressure (CPAP): 4 cmH2O to
CPAP.
Resolution (CPAP): 0.5 cmH2O.
The first time the ramp function is activated, the iSleep 20i will immediately
start the ramp. The following activations in the same treatment session will have
a 10 second delay before starting the ramp function. This is indicated by flashing the ramp indication.
Humidifier (optional)
Setting range: 1 to 9, Off (where 9 is
the maximum humidity).
At the main menu, choose “Others”
and then “Humidity” to navigate to
the humidifier section. If the
HA 01 humidifier is not attached to
the iSleep 20i, the “Humidity” section will not be available in the menu.
When the “Humidity” section is available in the menu, the HA 01 humidifier
can be activated and deactivated by pressing and holding the “Humidity” soft
button until the humidity symbol appears/disappears.
The HA 01 humidifier can only be activated during operation.
Mask Off Detection
If the patient removes the mask, the
iSleep 20i will reduce the air flow after
approximately 30 s. When the patient
has put on the mask again and taken a
few breaths, the iSleep 20i will go
back to the pressure delivered before
the patient removed the mask.
The iSleep 20i will exclude any mask off time and ramp time when registering
the patient operating time.
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If the mask is not fitted properly to the patient, the iSleep 20i may
incorrectly detect that the mask is taken off and may change the
delivered pressure to the reduced mask off level. In this case, check
the mask fitting and adjust it if necessary.
Snooze
The snooze is activated by shortly
pressing the Start/Stop button.
When the snooze is started, the display will lighten up and the iSleep 20i
delivers a low flow.
In order to start the treatment again, start to breath in the mask or press the
Start/Stop button shortly. The iSleep 20i will then increase the pressure to the
set level during up to 10 seconds.
• The iSleep 20i will turn off automatically after 10 minutes of inactivity once
the snooze function has been activated.
• Once the snooze is activated, and the mask has not been taken off within
10 seconds, the pressure will rise to the pressure set before the snooze function was activated.
Wake Up (optional)
Navigate to the “Others“ section and
choose “Wake Up Alarm, Time/
Date”.
Activate the “Wake Up Alarm” by
setting it to “On”. Set the “Wake Up
Time” using the “+” and “-” soft
keys.
The wake up function will initiate an
alarm at the set time when activated.
Press the Start/Stop button to turn
off the alarm.
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The wake up alarm is active when the wake up alarm icon is visible in the main
menu.
7.4 Viewing Device Information
Check the chapter “Using the Menu” on page 27 for information about how to
navigate to the device info screen.
At the main menu, choose “Others”
and navigate to the “Device Information” page.
The “Device Information” page contains the following information:
1 Total Operating Time:
Total number of hours the iSleep 20i
has been operating.
2 Patient Operating Time:
Total number of hours a patient has
been using the iSleep 20i for CPAP
treatment (ramp and mask off not
included).
3 Firmware Version.
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Indications
This chapter describes the iSleep 20i’s indication functions, messages shown in
the display window.
Power Fail Indication
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
Definition
A power fail indication will be given when the
iSleep 20i is disconnected from the AC power
source more than 5 seconds.
Action
The iSleep 20i will terminate treatment.
Indication
The indication is asserted with an audibly tone.
Reset
In order to reset the indication press the Start/
Stop button.
Internal Function Error
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
The Action, Indication and Reset descriptions
can be found at the end of this table.
Definition
An internal function error will be given when the
iSleep 20i has an internal function failure. The
following error codes exist:
35: High temperature. Let the iSleep 20i cool
down and restart. The ambient temperature
might be too high.
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ITEM
DESCRIPTION
Internal function failure. Note the code number
and contact your service personnel.
64: Low power. Check the power cables and the
AC connection.
130: Settings corrupt. Check that the settings of
the iSleep 20i are according to prescription.
131: The HA 01 humidifier has been disconnected when the iSleep 20i was running. Always
turn of the iSleep 20i before disconnecting the
HA 01 humidifier.
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ITEM
DESCRIPTION
The leakage has been too high during the night
for an accumulated time longer than 30 minutes.
Check the mask fitting.
133: Low humidifier temperature. Check that the
HA 01 humidifier is connected correctly (this
error is shown after the treatment session). If the
error remains, contact service personnel.
134: High humidifier temperature. Turn off the
iSleep 20i. Disconnect the HA 01 humidifier and
reconnect it. If the error remains, contact service
personnel.
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Action
The iSleep 20i will continue or stop the treatment
depending on the type and priority of the event.
Indication
The indication is asserted audibly with a tone and
visibly by a display message.
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ITEM
DESCRIPTION
Reset
If possible, correct the error cause and disconnect
and connect the AC power source.
If the error remains, contact service personnel.
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9
Cleaning the iSleep 20i and Replacement of
Accessories
The patient-connected parts and the filter must be cleaned and replaced regularly to ensure correct function of the iSleep 20i. All replaced parts must be disposed of in accordance with local environmental regulations regarding the
disposal of used equipment and waste.
9.1 Cleaning the iSleep 20i
To avoid electrical shock, disconnect the power supply to the
iSleep 20i before cleaning. Do not immerse the iSleep 20i into any
fluids.
• Always be careful when cleaning to ensure that you do not damage any
equipment.
• Fluid must not be allowed to enter into the iSleep 20i.
• Do not sterilise the iSleep 20i.
Main Unit
1 Switch off the iSleep 20i and dis-
connect the power supply.
2 Remove the patient circuit.
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3 Detach the rear lid or the
HA 01 humidifier (if mounted).
4 Disconnect all cables.
5 Clean the outside of the iSleep 20i
using a lint-free cloth and a mild
detergent solution. If the iSleep 20i
needs to be disinfected, this can be
done with Virkon® or Lysetol® Med.
6 Reconnect cables and the
patient circuit. Make sure all
parts are dry before the
iSleep 20i is put into operation.
HA 01 Humidifier
The HA 01 humidifier must be cleaned regularly.
Information on cleaning the HA 01 humidifier can be found in the Breas
HA 01 humidifier User Manual.
The HA 01 humidifier shall be replaced in intervals according to the manufacturer's instructions. Also check the HA 01 humidifier for damage regularly. In
case of damage, replace the HA 01 humidifier.
Patient Circuit
The patient circuit should be cleaned and replaced in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
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Always clean the parts or use a new set when used by a new patient.
All parts that come into contact with the respiration gas must be cleaned as follows:
1 Place the dismantled parts in hot water containing washing-up liquid.
2 Remove fouling with a brush.
3 Rinse parts thoroughly under running hot water.
4 Shake water out of all parts.
5 Dry the parts completely.
6 Store in dust-free location.
Check the patient circuit for damage regularly. In case of damage, replace the
circuit.
If the parts need to be disinfected, this can be done in a bath of Virkon® or Lysetol® Med, for instance. Then rinse the parts well in clear water and dry them
thoroughly.
9.2 Cleaning and Replacing the Patient Air Filter
The patient air filter is located on the
side of the iSleep 20i. There are two
types of filters:
Washable Filter (grey color, mandatory)
Replace the washable filter at least once a year. Wash the filter at least once a
week.
1 Wash the filter using warm water and a mild detergent.
2 Rinse thoroughly.
3 Dry the filter by squeezing it out in a towel. Do not wring the filter.
Disposable Filter (white color, optional)
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Replace the filter at least every 4th week, or more often when used in high pollution or pollen-rich environments.
Do not wash or reuse the disposable filter.
9.3 Change of Patient
If the iSleep 20i is used in a clinic by several patients, a low resistant bacteria filter may be used between the air outlet and the patient tube to prevent patient
cross-contamination. A low resistant bacteria filter should not be used with the
HA 01 humidifier.
1 Follow the instructions in “Cleaning the iSleep 20i” on page 47, step 1 to 5.
2 Clean the humidifier according to the Breas HA 01 humidifier User Man-
ual.
3 Replace the patient filter according to “Cleaning and Replacing the Patient
Air Filter” on page 49.
4 If a low resistant bacteria filter is used, it shall be replaced.
5 Use a new patient circuit when the iSleep 20i is used by a new patient.
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10 Maintenance
WARNING!
•
iSleep 20i should be subjected to maintenance, service and
control and any applicable upgrades, in accordance with
Breas service instructions.
•
iSleep 20i should only be repaired or modified in accordance with Breas service manuals, technical bulletins, and
any special service instructions, by service technicians that
have been authorized after Breas iSleep 20i service training.
•
Do not under any circumstances attempt to service or repair
the iSleep 20i yourself. If you do so, the manufacturer will no
longer be responsible for the performance and safety of the
iSleep 20i.
DEVIATION FROM THESE SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS MAY LEAD TO RISK OF
PERSONAL INJURY!
10.1 Regular Maintenance Control
The iSleep 20i should not require any regular maintenance inspections if it is
used and maintained in accordance with the instructions in this manual.
Do not use the device and contact your responsible care provider
for an inspection of the device in the event of:
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Unexpected patient symptoms during treatment.
•
Unexplainable or sudden pressure, performance or sound
changes during operation.
•
Suspected damage to the device or power supply.
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10.2 Service and Repair
The service and repair of the iSleep 20i must only be carried out by authorized
service personnel in accordance with Breas service instructions. Service inspections must always be carried out after any repair of the device.
Authorized service workshops can order the iSleep 20i Service Manual that contains all technical documentation required for the maintenance and service of the
iSleep 20i.
10.3 Storage
Empty, clean and dry the HA 01 humidifier (if applicable) before storage of the
iSleep 20i.
10.4 Disposal
The iSleep 20i, any accessories and all replaced parts must be disposed of and
recycled in accordance with the local environmental regulations regarding the
disposal of used equipment and waste.
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11 Technical Specifications
11.1 System Description
5
2
10
6
7
8
1
9
3
4
NO .
DESCRIPTION
1
Air inlet filter
2
Blower
3
Silencer box
4
iSleep 20i casing
5
Flow sensor
6
Pressure sensor
7
Humidifier
8
Patient tube
9
Leak hole
10
Mask
11.2 Data
SETTING/VALUE
RANGE/SPECIFICATION
Device modes
• Clinical
RESOLUTION
• Home
Min pressure
(Pmin)
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0.5 cmH2O
Tolerance: ±2% of the maximum value and ±4% of the
set value.
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SETTING/VALUE
RANGE/SPECIFICATION
Max pressure
(Pmax)
Pmin to 20 cmH2O.
0.5 cmH2O
Tolerance: ±2% of the maximum value and ±4% of the
set value.
CPAP
4 to 20 cmH2O
0.5 cmH2O
Ramp time
5 to 60 min
5 min
Ramp start pressure 4 cmH2O to CPAP/Pmin
Humidifier
RESOLUTION
0.5 cmH2O
1 to 9, 10 to 30 mgH2O/l, 1
<100% RH. Heat-up time
from 73°F: 1 hour. Max gas
temperature at patient port:
106°C.
Maximum limited 30 cmH2O
pressure during single fault condition
Max flow in CPAP
mode
6.7 cmH2O: 108 l/min
13.3 cmH2O: 132 l/min
20 cmH2O: 132 l/min
Breathing resistance under singlefault
0.9 cmH2O at 30 l/min
3.2 cmH2O at 60 l/min
Digital output
0 to 5 V
Sound level at 10 Less than 30 dB(A). Measured
at 1 m.
cmH2O
INDICATIONS
SPECIFICATION
TOLERANCE
Pressure
0 to 20 cmH2O
±2%
of full scale
reading, ±4% of the
actual reading
Power fail indica- Message shown in the display.
tion
Internal function Message shown in the display.
indication
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POWER SUPPLIES
SPECIFICATION
AC supply
100 to 240 V AC, tolerance: -15%/+10%, 50
to 60 Hz, max 140 VA. DC output: 24 V.
External DC supply
24 V DC, tolerance: -15%/+25% (20.4 to 30
V).
Max 2.5 A, 60 W with Breas external battery.
Standby power
3W
ENVIRONMENTAL
CONDITIONS
SPECIFICATION
Operating
range
temperature 41 to 104°F (5 to 40°C)
Storage and transport tem- -4 to +140°F (- 20 to +60°C)
perature
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700 to 1060 mbar
Humidity
10% to 95%, non-condensing
OPERATING CONDITIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
Recommended leakage
20 to 40 l/min at 10 cmH2O
Minimum leakage
12 l/min at 4 cmH2O
DIMENSIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
W×H× D
173 × 172 × 209 mm (with rear lid)
173 × 172 × 201 mm (with HA 01 humidifier)
Weight
1.9 kg (with rear lid), 2.0 kg (with
HA 01 humidifier)
Air outlet
22 mm male conical standard connector
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11.3 Compliance of Standards
STANDARD
SPECIFICATIONS
IEC 60601-1 (1988)
A1 (1991)
A2 (1995)
Medical electrical equipment - Part 1: General
requirements for safety.
IEC 60601-1-1 (2000)
Medical electrical equipment - Part 1-1: General requirements for safety - Collateral standard: Safety requirements for medical electrical
systems.
IEC 60601-1-2 (2001)
Medical electrical equipment - Part 1-2: General requirements for safety - Collateral standard: Electromagnetic compatibility Requirements and tests.
IEC 60601-1-4 (2000)
Medical electrical equipment - Part 1-4: General requirements for safety - Collateral Standard: Programmable electrical medical systems.
ISO 17510-1 (2001)
Sleep apnea breathing therapy - Part 1: Sleep
apnea breathing therapy devices.
ISO 8185 (1997)
C1(2001)
Humidifiers for medical use - General requirements for humidification systems.
CLASSIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
Class IIa
Classification according to the European
Medical Device Directive 93/42/EEC.
Class II
FDA classification
Class II (IEC 60601-1) Class Electrical equipment with dual isolation and
II, Type BF
body floating (isolated) applied part according
to IEC 60601-1.
IPX1
Degree of protection provided by enclosure.
The iSleep 20i and its packaging do not contain any natural rubber latex.
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MODES AND FUNCTIONS
DELIVERY
iMode
On
CPAP
Off
Ramp
On
Clinical
On
Home
Off
Humidifier
Off
Wake up
Off
PARAMETERS
DELIVERY
Min pressure
4 cmH2O
Max pressure
10 cmH2O
Ramp time (iMode)
15 min
Ramp start pressure (iMode)
4 cmH2O
CPAP
8 cmH2O
Ramp time (CPAP)
15 min
Ramp start pressure (CPAP)
4 cmH2O
OTHERS
DELIVERY
Time format
24h
Total operating time
<100 h
Total patient operating time
0h
Pressure unit
cmH2O
Wake up time
7:30
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12 Accessories
12.1 Breas Accessories List
Only use accessories recommended by Breas Medical AB. Breas
Medical AB cannot guarantee the performance and safety for the
use of other accessories with the iSleep 20i.
The following Breas accessories are currently available for the iSleep 20i:
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
Carrying bag
003793
Users manual
004050
Clinician’s manual
004066
Patient tube
000245
HA 01 Humidifier
003530
Rear lid
003591
Filter (grey, washable)
004154 (5 pcs)
Filter (white, disposable, optional)
004153 (5 pcs)
iMask 100
iMask 200
003971
003972
Low resistant bacteria filter (303 Respirgard-II 004185
Filter)
Breas one-size headgear
003434
iSleep 20i power supply
003773
AC power cord
003725
EB 2 external battery pack 24 V DC, including 004152
cable, charger and bag
External DC cable (EB 2)
004136
Trafobox EB 2 external battery
001153
Charger EB 2 external battery
001159
Carrying bag EB 2 external battery
000269
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DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
EB 2 power cord
000541
Battery cable 24 V DC
004367
iSleep DC/DC converter 12-24 V
004139
iSleep PC software kit
004276
Memory card reader/writer
002185
Memory card
003619
iCom kit
004143
iSleep-PC data cable, RJ45 to D-sub 9F
003588
iSleep-iCom data cable, RJ45 to D-sub 15F
003574
iCom-PC data cable, D-sub 9M to D-sub 9F
003721
iCom-PC data cable, USB to USB
003722
Accessory equipment connected to the analog and digital interfaces must be
certified according to the respective IEC standards (e.g. IEC 60950 for data
processing equipment and IEC 60601-1 for medical equipment). Furthermore
all configurations shall comply with the valid version of the system standard
IEC 60601-1-1. Everybody who connects additional equipment to the signal
input part or signal output part configures a medical system, and is therefore
responsible that the system complies with the requirements of the valid version
of the system standard IEC 60601-1-1. If in doubt, consult the technical service
department or your local Breas representative.
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