B AT T E R Y CHARGER KIT I NSTR UCTIONS F OR USE M4747A 0$ %DWWHU\&KDUJHU.LW Instructions for Use 1RWLFH About This Edition CAUTION Edition 2 Printed in the USA Publication number M3517-91930 Use of accessories other than those recommended by Philips Medical Systems may compromise product performance. This information is subject to change without notice. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT INTENDED FOR HOME USE. Philips Medical Systems shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material. IN THE U.S., FEDERAL LAW RESTRICTS THIS DEVICE TO SALE ON OR BY THE ORDER OF A PHYSICIAN. Medical Device Directive Edition History The defibrillator/monitor complies with the requirements of the Medical Device Edition 1, August 2000 Edition 2, June 2002 Directive 93/42/EEC and carries the mark accordingly. Copyright Copyright © 2002 Philips Electronics North America Corporation. All rights are reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part is prohibited without the prior written consent of the copyright holder. Philips Medical Systems 3000 Minuteman Road Andover, MA 01810-1099, USA WARNING Radio Frequency (RF) interference from nearby transmitting devices may seriously degrade performance of the HeartStart XL defibrillator/monitor. Electromagnetic compatibility with surrounding devices should be assessed prior to using the defibrillator. ii Authorized EU-representative: Philips Medizinsysteme Böblingen GmbH Hewlett Packard Str. 2 71034 Böbingen Germany Canada EMC: ICES-001 &RQYHQWLRQV This guide uses the following conventions: WARNING Warning statements describe conditions or actions that can result in personal injury or loss of life. Caution Caution statements describe conditions or actions that can result in damage to the equipment or loss of data. Note Notes contain additional information on usage. iii Contents ,QWURGXFWLRQ &KDUJLQJ&RQILJXUDWLRQV &RQILJXUDWLRQ)UHTXHQW8VH &RQILJXUDWLRQ,QIUHTXHQW8VH 2YHUYLHZRI,QGLFDWRUV &RQQHFWLQJWKH$&3RZHU0RGXOH &KDUJLQJD%DWWHU\ 7HVWLQJ%DWWHU\&DSDFLW\ %DWWHU\&DSDFLW\7HVW &OHDQLQJ([WHULRU6XUIDFHV 7URXEOHVKRRWLQJ $&3RZHU0RGXOH6SHFLILFDWLRQV 6\PEROV 6DIHW\&RQVLGHUDWLRQV %DWWHU\&DSDFLW\ %DWWHU\/LIH([SHFWDQF\ %DWWHU\6WRUDJH %DWWHU\'LVSRVDO &DOOLQJIRU6HUYLFH v Introduction Introduction The M4747A Battery Charger Kit contains: z the M3517A AC Power Module z the M3516A Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) Battery Pack z the M3506A Battery Charger Adapter. These components provide the ability to charge batteries outside of the M4735A HeartStart XL Defibrillator/Monitor. This guide provides directions for using the AC Power Module and instructions for proper battery maintenance. For further detailed information on battery maintenance, refer to About Sealed Lead Acid Batteries, an application note. For information on operating, troubleshooting, and maintaining the defibrillator/monitor, refer to the M4735A HeartStart XL Defibrillator/Monitor Instructions for Use. 1 Charging Configurations Charging Configurations Charging may take place while the battery is in either the: z M4747A Battery Charger, or the z M4735A HeartStart XL Defibrillator/Monitor. Batteries charge to 90% of their capacity in approximately 3 hours. It will take about 12 additional hours to reach a fully-charged state. It is important to choose a charging configuration that allows batteries to be fully charged between uses. Configuration 1 - Frequent Use If you use your HeartStart XL more than once a day, there is not sufficient time between uses to fully charge batteries in the HeartStart XL. In this situation, the recommended practice is to charge batteries using the Battery Charger Kit (as shown in Figure 1), so that the batteries can reach a fully-charged state. Configuration 2 - Infrequent Use If you use your HeartStart XL less than once a day, there is sufficient time between uses to fully charge batteries in the HeartStart XL. In this case, the recommended practice is to charge the batteries continuously by leaving the HeartStart XL connected to AC power (as shown in Figure 2). 2 Charging Configurations Figure 1 Charging Configuration for Frequent Use Figure 2 Charging Configuration for Infrequent Use 3 Overview of Indicators Overview of Indicators The AC Power Module has three LED indicators that tell you the status of the power module and the battery being charged. The indicators and their meanings are as follows: Table 1 Indicators The Is Charge Done Indicator z Green when the battery is Charging Indicator z Off when the battery is not Power Indicator z Off when power is not fully charged. z Off when the battery is less than 100% charged. installed in the Battery Charger Adapter. z Amber when the battery is charging. z Green when the battery is 90% charged. connected. z Green when power is connected. z Red when there is a problem with the power module or the battery being charged. 4 Connecting the AC Power Module Figure 3 Indicators &KDUJH'RQH ,QGLFDWRU &KDUJLQJ,QGLFDWRU 3RZHU,QGLFDWRU Connecting the AC Power Module To connect the AC Power Module: 1. Plug the AC Power Module power cord into an AC power source. (For North America, use only 120 V.) 2. Verify that the Power Indicator illuminates, showing that power is supplied to the module. (See Figure 3.) 3. Connect the AC Power Module interface cable to the Battery Charger Adapter. To do so, align the white arrow on the power module cable with the white triangle on the receiving connector; push the cable into the connector until you hear it click in place. 5 Charging a Battery Charging a Battery A battery in the Battery Charger Adapter begins charging when the AC Power Module is connected. As the battery charges, the power module indicators keep you informed about the battery’s status. Table 2 Charging Indicators When the Caution Is Then Charging indicator amber the battery is charging. Charging indicator green the battery is 90% charged. Charge done indicator green the battery is fully charged. Batteries should be charged until they are fully charged. This takes about 15 hours. Repeated partial charging significantly decreases a battery’s life. Batteries should be charged at temperatures between 10o C (50o F) and 30o C (86o F) for maximum battery life. Batteries charge more slowly when the temperature is below 5o C (41o F) or above 40o C (104o F). Batteries do not charge at temperatures above 60o C (140o F). Repeated charging at very high or very low temperatures may shorten the life of a battery. 6 Testing Battery Capacity Testing Battery Capacity As sealed lead acid batteries age due to usage and storage conditions, their capacity to store and deliver energy diminishes. The Battery Capacity Test provides a quantitative measure of battery capacity. Performing a Battery Capacity Test periodically over the life of the battery gives an indication of how that battery is aging, and what level of performance it is capable of delivering. A battery’s capacity is affected most by the frequency of use and by the typical duration of each use (i.e., how deeply it is discharged before recharging). General guidelines for performing the Battery Capacity Test are noted below. Table 3 Battery Capacity Test Performance Guidelines Perform a Battery Capacity Test Average Usage Every 6 months Infrequent use for short duration* Every 3 months Frequent use, or for longer duration * “Infrequent use” is less than once per day. “Short duration” is < 15 shocks, or < 30 minutes of monitoring, or < 6 shocks and 20 minutes of monitoring. You should also perform a Battery Capacity Test any time you are concerned about the battery’s performance. You may choose to perform the Battery Capacity Test less frequently if your storage and usage procedures ensure another charged battery is always available. 7 Testing Battery Capacity Battery Capacity Test To perform a Battery Capacity Test: 1. Turn the HeartStart XL off. 2. Label the HeartStart XL to indicate to others that testing is in progress and the battery may not be used. 3. Insert a charged battery. 4. If an AC power cord is connected, unplug it. While pressing Mark , turn the Energy Select knob to AED On or Manual On to start the test. 5. Allow the test to proceed to completion. The test takes approximately three hours and is complete when test results print out and the device turns itself off. 6. Review the test results and take the appropriate action, as follows: Table 4 Battery Capacity Test Results If Elapsed Time > 95 minutes and Low Battery Time > 10 minutes Then... 1. 2. 3. Elapsed Time < 95 minutes or Low Battery Time < 10 minutes 1. 2. 3. 8 The battery passed the test. Record "pass CT" and the date on the bottom of the battery. Recharge the battery before use. The battery failed the test. Record "fail CT" and the date on the bottom of the battery. Discard the battery appropriately. Cleaning Exterior Surfaces Cleaning Exterior Surfaces The Battery Charger Kit should be kept clean and free of dust. The module is chemically resistant to common hospital cleaning solutions and non-caustic detergents. Some of the approved cleaning solutions are listed below: z z z z Isopropyl alcohol (70% in water) Mild soap and water Chlorine bleach (3% in water) Quaternary ammonium compounds, such as Lysol (10% in water) When cleaning the power module: z Avoid pouring fluids on the module. Do not allow fluids to penetrate the exterior surfaces of the module. z Do not use abrasive cleaners or strong solvents such as acetone or acetone-based compounds. z Disconnect from AC power source. z Remover battery from adapter. 9 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Refer to Table 5 if you encounter difficulties while using the Battery Charger Kit. Table 5 Problem The power indicator does not light up. Troubleshooting Potential Cause z The power Possible Solutions z Check that the power connection is compromised. z A fuse has blown. z Call for service. The charging indicator does not light up; the power indicator is lit. z The power z Check connections to the The power indicator is red. z There is a 10 module is unable to detect a battery. module is plugged in. Battery Charger Adapter. z Make sure the battery is properly installed. z Call for service. problem with the power module or the battery in the power module. z Remove the battery. If the battery is the cause of the problem, the power indicator turns green. z If the power indicator remains red with the battery removed, call for service. AC Power Module Specifications AC Power Module Specifications For use only with the M3506A Battery Charger Adapter. Size: 5.87" (L) x 3.40" (W) x 2.0" (H). 149 mm (L) x 86 mm (W) x 51 mm (H). _ 21 ounces; 596 grams, including output cord. Weight: < Output Cable: 4.0 ft (1.2 m). _ 10%, 0.4 A max. for battery Input: 100-240 V AC + charging. Output: Battery Charging: 14.7 V DC, 0.8 A, 12 W; 13.7 V, < 100 mA. Recommended charging temperature: 10° C (50o F) to 30° C (86o F). Environmental operating conditions: 0o C to 50o C, 95% maximum relative humidity, 15000 ft altitude (572 hPa). Transport and storage: -20° C to 70° C, 95% maximum relative humidity, including condensation, 20000 ft altitude (466 hPa). Equipment classification: z Classification with respect to protection from electric shock: Class 1; z Degree of protection against ingress of liquids: IPX0; z Equipment not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture with air or with nitrous oxide; 11 Symbols Symbols The following table lists the meaning of each symbol shown on the Battery Charger Kit: ! Caution. (See operating instructions in instructions for use.) Output. Indoor, dry location use only. No serviceable parts inside. Safety Considerations WARNING Only use the Battery Charger Kit in dry, indoor locations. WARNING When using the M3506A Battery Charger Adapter, do not touch the exposed adapter contacts and the patient simultaneously. Note To disconnect the AC Power Module from power, remove the power plug from the AC power source. 12 Battery Capacity Battery Capacity A fully-charged M3516A battery, operating at room temperature, provides greater than 100 minutes of monitoring or more than 50 200-joule charge-shock cycles. Battery Life Expectancy Life-expectancy of a battery depends on the frequency and duration of use. When properly maintained and stored, the life-expectancy of a battery is about 1.5 years. For more aggressive use models, the life-expectancy may be less. Battery Storage Use batteries regularly and rotate them to distribute the use evenly. When storing batteries, make sure that the battery terminals do not come in contact with metallic objects. Do not store batteries without charging them for more than one month, if installed in the defibrillator, or more than three months, if not installed in the defibrillator. Storage at temperatures between 15oC (59oF) and 30oC (86oF) is recommended to maximize life-expectancy. Caution Storing at temperatures above 40o C (104oF) for extended periods of time will significantly reduce a battery’s life-expectancy. 13 Battery Disposal Battery Disposal Discard batteries two years after the date of manufacture or sooner, if there are visual signs of damage or if they fail the Battery Capacity Test. The date of manufacture is located at the bottom of the battery’s back label. Discard batteries in an environmentally safe manner. Properly dispose of batteries according to local regulations. WARNING 14 Do not disassemble, puncture, or incinerate batteries. Be careful not to short the battery terminals because this could result in a fire hazard. 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