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MONITOR SPOT-CHECK PC-200
PC-200 SPOT-CHECK MONITOR
M-35160-I-GB-Rev.0.09.15
Manuale d’uso - User manual
ATTENZIONE: Gli operatori devono leggere e capire
completamente questo manuale prima di utilizzare il prodotto.
ATTENTION: The operators must carefully read and completely
understand the present manual before zusing the product.
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Gima S.p.A.
Via Marconi, 1 - 20060 Gessate (MI) - Italy
Made in P.R.C.
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This Manual is written for the current Spot-Check Monitor.
The Manual describes, in accordance with the Spot-Check Monitor’s features
and requirements, main structure, functions, specifications, correct methods
for transportation, installation, usage, operation, repair, maintenance and storage, etc.
as well as the safety procedures to protect both the user and equipment.
Refer to the respective chapters for details.
The Manual is published in English and we have the ultimate right to explain the Manual.
Version of This User Manual: Ver1.1
Issued Date: January 27th 2015
All rights reserved.
Marks in the Manual:
Caution: must be followed to avoid endangering the operator and the patient.
 Attention: must be followed to avoid causing damage to the Spot-Check monitor.
☞ Note: contains some important information and tips about operations and application.
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Instruction to User
Dear Customers,
Thank you for purchasing this quality product. Please read the following information very
carefully before using this device.
Read these instructions carefully before using this Spot-Check Monitor. These instructions
describe the operating procedures to be followed strictly. Failure to follow these instructions
can cause monitoring abnormity, equipment damage and personal injury.
The manufacturer is NOT responsible for the safety, reliability and performance issues and any
monitoring abnormality, personal injury and equipment damage due to user’s negligence of the
operation instructions. The manufacturer’s warranty service does not cover such faults.
Contraindication: NO.
Cautions:
To avoid any harm during charging, it is recommended that the device shall not be in use
while the battery is charging.
Check the device, accessories including cable and cuff before use. Stop use if any damage
and aging is found.
Do NOT use the device under the flammable gas condition or in any environment that may
lead to explosion.
The doctor or patient is an intended operator.
Do not modify this equipment without authorization of the manufacturer.
The SpO2, NIBP, Temperature, ECG(optional) measurements are frequently used functions.
Please check the monitor completely to verify that the accessories can function safely
and normally.
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When the user is connected with other devices, the total leakage current may exceed
the limitation and cause potential danger to the user as a result.
All combinations of equipment must be in compliance with standard of IEC 60601-1-1
medical and electric system requirements.
Although biocompatibility tests have been performed on all the applied parts, some
exceptional allergic patients may still have anaphylaxis. Do NOT apply to those who have
anaphylaxis.
All the connecting cables and rubber tubes of the applied parts should be kept away
from the patient’ neck to prevent any possible suffocation of the patient.
All the parts of the monitor should NOT be replaced at will. If necessary, please use
the components provided by the manufacturer or those that are of the same model
and specifications as the accessories along with the monitor which are provided by
the same factory, otherwise, negative effects concerning safety and biocompatibility etc.
may be caused.
If the monitor falls off accidentally, please do NOT operate it before its safety and technical
performance have been tested minutely and positive testing results obtained.
When disposing of the monitor and its accessories, the local law should be followed.
The device is forbidden to be used together with other equipments not specified
in this Manual.
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Attentions:
 Please store and operate the device in specified temperature, humility and atmospheric
pressure. The excessive ambient environment may affect the measuring result.
 To avoid damaging device, if the monitor gets wet, please do not start it until it is air-dry.
 ONLY monitor one person at a time.
Note:
☞ In this Manual, “long press” means press and hold key for about 3 seconds; “short press”
means press key for less than 1 second.
Service life: NO.
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Table of contents
CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW.......................................................................................................44
1.1Features..................................................................................................................44
1.2 Product Name and Model.......................................................................................44
1.3 Conformation..........................................................................................................45
1.4 Intended Use...........................................................................................................45
1.5 Working Environment and Power Supply................................................................45
1.6 Overall structure......................................................................................................46
CHAPTER 2 INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION..............................................................47
CHAPTER 3 OPERATION INSTRUCTION...........................................................................49
3.1 Appearance.............................................................................................................49
3.2 Make Measurement................................................................................................51
3.2.1 Blood Pressure Measurement........................................................................52
3.2.2 SpO2 Measurement........................................................................................53
3.2.3 Temperature Measurement............................................................................54
3.2.4 Blood Glucose Measurement (Optional)........................................................57
3.2.5 ECG Measurement (Optional)........................................................................60
CHAPTER 4 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS......................................................................63
4.1 Blood Pressure Measurement.................................................................................63
4.2 SpO2 Measurement.................................................................................................63
4.3 Pulse Rate Measurement........................................................................................63
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4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 ENGLISH
Temperature Measurement.....................................................................................64
Blood Glucose Measurement (Optional).................................................................64
ECG Measurement (Optional).................................................................................64
Dimension and Weight............................................................................................64
CHAPTER 5 TROUBLESHOOTING......................................................................................65
CHAPTER 6 PACKING LIST.................................................................................................66
CHAPTER 7 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE......................................................................67
7.1 Technical Maintenance............................................................................................67
7.1.1 Daily Examination...........................................................................................67
7.1.2 Routine Maintenance.....................................................................................67
7.1.3 Battery Maintenance......................................................................................68
7.2 Cleaning and Disinfection of the Main Unit.............................................................69
7.3 Cleaning and Disinfection of Accessories ..............................................................70
7.4 Storage....................................................................................................................71
7.5 Transportation.........................................................................................................71
Symbols................................................................................................................................72
Warranty Clause.....................................................................................................................73
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Chapter 1
OVERVIEW
1.1 Features
• Small in size, light in weight, easy to carry and operate;
• Blood pressure, oxygen saturation, pulse rate and temperature etc. can be measured;
• The device transmits measuring data to the host device via wireless communication.
• The measured data can be displayed, stored and manged on the host device, such as smart
phone, tablet, and computer, which can be can Android, IOS and Windows system.
1.2 Product Name and Model
Name: Spot-Check Monitor
Model and Configuration:
Configuration ModelNIBPSpO2
Pulse Rate
Temperature
PC-201
√
--
--
--
PC-202
√
√
√
--
PC-203
√
√
√
√
PC-204
√
√
√
√
Remark
PC-204 can receive
the data from
Blood Glucose Meter.
NOTE: “√” means this function is available, and “--” means this function is not available.
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1.3 Conformation
The Spot-Check Monitor consists of the main unit, functional accessories (cuff, SpO2 sensor,
infrared temperature probe) and the software package running on the host system.
1.4 Intended Use
The Spot-Check Monitor is applicable for measuring adult’s physiological parameters,
such as body temperature (TEMP), functional oxygen saturation (SpO2), pulse rate (PR),
and non-invasive blood pressure (NIBP). Besides, the device can receive data from other
device such as Blood Glucose Meter, and Easy ECG Monitor (both Blood Glucose Meter
and Easy ECG Monitor are certified separately). The measured and collected data by this
device can be transmitted to the host system via wireless communication, the data can be
displayed and managed in the host.
1.5 Working Environment and Power Supply
1. Operating temperature: 5°C~40°C;
Operating humility: 15%~93%;
Atmospheric pressure: 70.0kPa~106.0kPa
2. Power Supply:
External power supply by AC adapter: Input: a.c. 100V~240V with 50/60Hz, current 0.5A;
Output: d.c.5.0V current 1.2A
Internal power supply by built-in battery: d.c. 3.7V (rechargeable battery) with capacity
1000mAh.
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1.6 Overall structure
The Spot-Check Monitor is a device consisting several physiological parameter
measurement modules, so as to perform all-in-one measuring function.
The measurement module for each physiological parameter locates at either smart sensor
or main unit. The measured data are collected to the mother board, then transmitted
to the host device for display and further processing.
Figure 1.1 Overall structure
Externa
Power supply
Key operation
USB or Serial
communication
Power condition/
battery charger
Main unit
Mother Board
Battery
Temperature probe
NIBP cuff
SpO2 probe
Functional
Accessories
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NIBP measurement: the NIBP measurement module inside the main unit and the related
pneumatic system perform NIBP measurement and send data to the mother board.
SpO2 measurement: the SpO2 probe contains the measuring circuit to perform the pulse
rate and oxygen saturation measurement. The result data is sent to the mother board.
TEMP measurement: the temperature probe contains the measuring circuit to perform
the temperature measurement. The result data is sent to the mother board.
Chapter 2
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION
Cable connection
or Wireless
connection
Smart phone
(or Pad)
Spot-Check Monitor
Figure 2.1 Demonstration for connection
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The measurement result of Spot-Check Monitor can be displayed, stored and managed
via the APP software installed in a host device (such as smart phone, pad, computer etc.),
so before making measurement, please install APP software firstly and make sure the APP
software connects to the Spot-Check Monitor via wireless successfully.
For example of the host device with Android system, the APP software is installed in
the following procedure:
1.Install an APP software for scanning QR Code by smart phone, such as QuickMark,
I-Nigma etc.
2.Run this APP software to scan the QR Code image in Figure 2.2, please focus
the QR Code frame while scanning.
3. If successfully scanned, the the scanning result, that is a web link for downloading
the APP software “Android PC-200/300SNT.apk” will be displayed on the smart phone.
4. Open this web link by a web browser to download the APP software
“Android PC-200/300SNT.apk”. Install this APP software if successful downloaded.
Instruction for Measurement
• Make sure the APP software connects
with the Spot-Check Monitor successfully.
• Refer to the manual of this APP software for detail operating.
Figure 2.2 QR Code image
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Chapter 3
OPERATION INSTRUCTION
3.1 Appearance
Wireless
connection
indicator
Power indicator
Power switch
Signal connectors
Cuff connector
USB data interface
External DC
power input
socket
Figure 3.1A Front panel
Figure 3.1B Rear panel
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Figure 3.1C Side view
Description:
1. Indicators: details see the below table:
Power supply
by built-in battery
Wireless connection
indicator
Blue flashing
Wireless link is not connected
Blue light
Wireless link is connected
Yellow light
Orange light
Battery voltage is normal
Wireless connection
indicator
Blue flashing
Wireless link is not connected
Blue light
Wireless link is connected
Power supply indicator
Yellow light
Battery is fully charged
Orange light
Battery is charging
Power supply indicator
Power supply
by external
DC power (connect
to AC power adapter)
Battery voltage is low
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2. Power switch:
long time press it to power on/off Spot-Check Monitor. When wireless
link is connected, short press the power switch can start/cancel NIBP measurement.
If the wireless connection fails for over 5 minutes, the device will power off automatically.
 Attention: when the device is powered by external DC power adapter, long press
the power switch is useless, and the device will power off automatically if plugging out
the adapter.
3. Signal connectors: they are used to connect the SpO2 sensor, temperature probe,
blood glucose meter and Easy ECG Monitor etc..
4. Cuff connector: connecting to cuff for NIBP measurement.
5. USB data interface: reserved for future use.
6. External DC power input socket: used to connect to the external AC power adapter,
the adapter specification see Section 1.5.
3.2 Make Measurement
Safety instruction before making measurement:
• Make sure the APP software is successful to connect with the Spot-Check Monitor.
Otherwise, the measured result will not be displayed or stored.
• The detailed introduction for display of the measured result, please see the User Manual
for APP software.(in the menu “More”, select “User Manual” to enter into the instruction.)
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3.2.1 Blood Pressure Measurement
1. When putting on the cuff, spread the cuff and wrap it around the upper arm evenly
to appropriate tightness. The correct cuff position refers to figure 3.2.
Figure 3.2 Cuff position
2. Connect the hose from the cuff to the connector on the lower-side of the device
with the mark of “NIBP”.
3. Make sure the Spot-Check Monitor is well connected to APP software, then short press
NIBP icon “
” (APP software icon on host device), or short press the Power switch
(on Spot-Check Monitor) to start blood pressure measurement.
4. The measured result will be displayed by APP software on the screen of the host device.
Safety Instructions for blood pressure measurement
Blood pressure measurement is prohibited to those who have severe hemorrhagic
tendency or with sickle cell disease, for partial bleeding may cause..
Continuous measurements may result purpura, neuralgia and lack blood.
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Do NOT wrap the cuff on limbs with transfusion tube or intubations or skin lesion area,
otherwise, damages may be caused to the limbs.
The measurement should be taken at appropriate intervals. Continuous measurement
at too short internals may lead to pressed arm, reduced blood flow and lower blood
pressure, and resulting inaccurate reading of blood pressure.
 Prior to use of the cuff, empty the cuff until there is no residual air inside it to ensure
accurate measurement.
 Locate the cuff marked “ARTERY” at a location where the clearest pulsation of brachial
artery is observed.
 Do NOT allow the cuff to be twisted or bended.
 The patient should sit or lay down with calm condition and make the cuff and the patient’s
heart on the same level to get accurate measurement. Other positions may lead
to inaccurate measurement.
3.2.2 SpO2 Measurement
Operation procedure:
1. Connect the smart SpO2 probe to the connector on the signal connector
(with mark of “PORT1” or “PORT2”).
2. Red light blinking inside the clip of SpO2 probe means successful connection.
3. Insert one finger (index finger is preferred, the nail should be not too long) into the clip
of the probe according to the finger mark on the probe, shown as below.
4. The device begins to make measurement.
The measured result will be displayed by APP software on the screen of the host device.
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Figure 3.3 Demonstration for SpO2 probe
Safety instruction for SpO2 measurement
Do NOT put the SpO2 probe and pressure cuff on the same limb, otherwise the blood pressure measurement may affect the SpO2 measurement.
 Please do NOT use nail polisher or other cosmetic product on the nail.
 The fingernail should be of normal length.
 The SpO2 sensor can not be immerged into water, liquor or cleanser.
3.2.3 Temperature Measurement
The Spot-Check Monitor is provided with an infrared temperature probe which is a delicate
transducer. Please follow the steps and procedures in operation. Failure to operate it may
cause damage to the probes.
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Measuring tip
of temperature probe
Measuring key
The whole display screen
Display screen
Cover of measuring tip
Power on/off key
Battery cover
Figure 3.4A The infrared temperature probe Figure 3.4B
Operation procedure:
1. Connect the infrared temperature probe to the signal connector (with mark of “PORT1”
or “PORT2”).
2. When the screen shows as figure 3.4B, a short beep and the blinking temperature unit “°C” means the user can start to take measurement.
3. Insert the measuring tip of temperature probe into the earhole and press the measuring key
to start the measurement. A short beep means the measurement is finished and the result
will be displayed on the local screen and the screen of the host device.
Description:
• When inserting measuring tip of temperature probe into the earhole, please put it deep
enough to the ear, then short press the measuring key.
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If the temperature probe detects a hardware failure, the display screen on the infrared
temperature probe will show “Err” and will not enter into measuring mode.
If you need to make a measurement once more, please press the measuring key
and repeat step 2 and step 3.
Normal body temperature varies in a range. The following table shows the temperature
varying range at different body position, so it is meaningless to simply compare
the temperature readings from different position.
Temperature varying range at different body positions:
Arm
34.7 ~ 37.3 °C
Oral
35.5 ~ 37.5 °C
Rectal
36.6 ~ 38.0 °C
Ear
35.8 ~ 38.0 °C
Besides, each person has his/her own normal temperature value, and the normal temperature
value also changes at different time within a day. Therefore, it’s recommended to report your
doctor not only the temperature value, but also the measuring position, if possible you may
provide your own normal temperature range to your doctor for reference.
Safety Instruction for Temperature Measurement
 Do NOT take measurement when the subject is moving.
 The patient with tympanitis and otitis problem should NOT use this device for measuring.
 When the infrared temperature probe is connected to the device, the infrared temperature
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probe will be always at power-on status, so pressing the power on/off key on
the temperature probe will not take effect.
3.2.4 Blood Glucose Measurement (Optional)
By use of the optional link cable for Smartest Persona Glucose Meter, connect the Smartest
Persona Glucose Meter to the signal connector on the Spot-Check Monitor with the mark
of “Port1” or “Port2”.
Appearance and key functions
of the Smartest Persona Glucose Meter:
1. Test strip slot: when the strip is inserted
into the slot, the meter will
automatically turn on.
2. LCD display.
3. M key: power on/off, also for memory
recalling mode.
4. C key: Setting mode. Please refer to
User Guide for “Smartest Persona
Blood Glucose Monitoring System”
for detailed function description.
5. Data interface: it can be used to
connected with Spot-Check Monitor
for data transmitting.
6. Battery compartment: insert 2 AAA size batteries
with correct polarity.
Figure 3.5 Appearance and functions
of the Smartest Persona Glucose Meter
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7. Ejector: remove the used strip.
Operation for Lancing Device and Blood Lancet
1. Unscrew the lancing device by turning the end cap counter clockwise.
2. Insert a new lancet firmly into the lancet holder.
3. Twist off the protective tip of the lancet.
4. Close the end cap of the lancing device. Slide into locking position.
Refer to figure 3.6A
Figure 36A Operation for Lancing Device and Blood Lancet
Quick operation procedure for Smartest Persona Glucose Meter:
1. Insert a new test strip into the Meter while the Meter is off. The Meter will turn on
automatically. And a blinking blood icon will be displayed on the screen.
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Figure 3.6B Testing instruction
2. Lance the finger and let a blood drop form.
3. Apply the blood drop to the front edge of the test strip when the blood drop icon is still
blinking on the Meter. Wait for 6 seconds, and the Meter will display the test result.
4. Remove the used strips by hand or by pushing the ejector and the Meter will power off with
a display of “OFF” on the screen.
Refer to the provided User Guide for “Smartest Persona Blood Glucose Monitoring
System” for detailed instruction.
Safety Instruction for Blood Glucose Measurement
 The provided test strips should be used with the Smartest Persona Glucose Meter.
 Do NOT clean or disinfect finger with iodine.
 The calibration code must be the same with what on the packaging.
 Smartest Persona Glucose Meter will stand by automatically if the test strip is not inserted
for 1min.
 The testing strip will suck blood at one end automatically, do not make it sucking at both
ends.
 Do NOT press or scrape the bleeding finger.
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 The testing strip should be used as soon as possible after unpacking, and the unused
strips should be kept in the bottle with airproof condition.
 Take measurement only once within 1 min.
 The blood-collect pinhead is a disposable item. It’s recommended to insert it back to
the plastic cover and throw it into the specific dustbin.
3.2.5 ECG Measurement (Optional)
1.
2.
3.
Connect the Easy ECG Monitor to the signal connector.
Choose one of the methods (refer to figure 3.7B/C/D/E) to make ECG measurement.
When Easy ECG Monitor and Spot-Check Monitor are successful connected, hold the Easy
ECG Monitor as shown in figure 3.7B, short press “Start” button on the Easy ECG Monitor
OR press ECG icon “
” (APP software icon on the host device) to activate the ECG
measurement.
4. 30 seconds later, the measuring result will be displayed on the screen of the host device.
Figure 3.7A Easy ECG Monitor
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� Start / Stop: Start/Stop ECG measurement.
Figure 3.7B Palm measurement
Figure 3.7C Chest measurement
To obtain clear and high quality ECG signal, the lead wire
measurement can be used. Connect the lead wire firmly
to the lead wire socket of the device. Place the electrodes
and connect the lead wires as Figure 3.7E to obtain
the Lead II ECG signal; if you want to measure Lead I
and Lead III ECG signal, according to the following table
to connect the lead wires to the electrodes
(note: lead wire is optional).
Figure 3.7D Leg measurement
Figure 3.7E Lead wire measurement
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� Safety Instruction for ECG Measurement
1. Check the device to make sure that there is no visible damage that may affect user’s safety
and measurement performance. Stop using the unit, when there is obvious damage.
2. Do NOT make diagnosis oneself by the measurement and measurement results, always
consult the doctor if abnormal information is presented frequently.
3. Do NOT use the device in the bathroom or moist circumstance.
Table 1 ECG Leads Configuration and Electrodes Location Table
Lead
Lead Lead II
Lead III
Electrode Location
The intersection between the centerline
of the right clavicle and Rib 2.
R (Red)/ RA(White)
R (Red)/ RA(White)
L (Yellow)/
LA(Black)
The intersection between the centerline of the left clavicle and Rib 2.
F (Green)/
LL(Red)
L (Yellow)/
LA(Black)
R (Red)/
RA(White)
Between the left edge of the breast bone and Rib 5.
L(Yellow)/
LA(Black)
F (Green)/
LL(Red)
F (Green)/
LL(Red)
Electrode Name& Color
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Chapter 4
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
4.1 Blood Pressure Measurement
1.
2.
3.
Technique: Oscillometric
Pressure measuring rang: 0mmHg~300mmHg (39.9kPa)
Blood pressure measuring range:
SYS: 60mmHg~240mmHg DIA: 30mmHg~180mmHg
4.2 SpO2 Measurement
1. Technique: optical with dual-wavelength
Wavelength: Red light: 663nm, Infrared light: 890nm
Maximal optical output power: less than 2mW maximum average
2.SpO2 measuring range: 35%~100%
3.SpO2 measuring accuracy: Arms is not greater than 3% for SpO2 range from 70%
to 100%
Note: Arms is defined as root-mean-square value of deviation according to ISO 9919
4.3 Pulse Rate Measurement
1. PR measuring range: 30bpm~240bpm
2. Pulse rate measuring accuracy: ±2bpm or ±2%, which is greater
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4.4 Temperature Measurement
1. Measuring range: 32.0°C~43.0°C
2. Measuring accuracy: ±0.2°C is for TEMP range from 35.0°C to 42.0°C, and ±0.3°C
is for the rest.
4.5 Blood Glucose Measurement (Optional)
1. Technique: Amperometric, glucose oxidase
2. Measuring range: 1.1mmol/L~33.3mmol/L (20~600mg/dL)
3. Measuring time: 6 seconds
4.6 ECG Measurement (Optional)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Heart Rate measuring range: 30bpm~240bpm
Heart Rate measuring accuracy: ±2bpm or ±2% whichever is greater
Display scale: 5.0mm/mV±10%
Common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR): ≥60dB
4.7 Dimension and Weight
Dimension: 117.6mm(L) ×104.1mm(H) × 46.8mm(W)
Gross Weight: 220g
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Chapter 5
TROUBLESHOOTING
Trouble Possible reason
Solution
The built-in battery is drained
Recharging by connecting the power
supply adapter
Some parts provided by others are
inserted to the connector
Remove the related parts
and try again.
The cuff is wrapped around the arm
incorrectly
Wrap the cuff around the arm
correctly
The windpipe is not well inserted to
NIBP jack
Insert the windpipe to the NIBP jack
No SpO2 result
SpO2 probe is not plugged to the
general used connector
Plug SpO2 probe to the general used
connector
No TEMP result
Temperature probe is not well
plugged to the general used
connector
Plug temperatur2 probe to the
general used connector
Make measurement before “READY”
appears on the temperature probe
screen
Do not make measurement until “°C”
appears on the temperature
probe screen
Can not turn on
the device
No blood pressure
result
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Chapter 6
PACKING LIST
Item Description 1
Spot-Check Monitor
2
Handbag 3
User Manual
4
Cuff
5
USB cable
6
Charger (with USB socket)
7
Temperature probe
8Smart SpO2 probe
9
Smartest Persona Glucose Meter
(with lancing device and link cable)
10
Blood glucose test strips (with blood lances)
11
Spot-Check Monitor Data Manager Software
12
Easy ECG Monitor
13
ECG lead wire (snap)
14
Disposable adhesive ECG electrodes
Quantity One piece
One piece
One piece
One piece
One piece
One piece
One piece
One piece
Check
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
One set
One pack
One set
One piece
One piece
Six pieces
Optional
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Chapter 7
MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE
The Spot-Check Monitor should be properly maintained to ensure its maximum performance
and long service life. In addition to the warranty period, the company also offers long-term
service for each customer. It is important that the user read and follow the operating
instructions, important information and maintenance measures.
7.1 Technical Maintenance
7.1.1 Daily Examination
Before using the monitor, the following checks should be carried out:
• Check the monitor for any mechanical damage;
• Inspect the exposed parts and the inserted parts of all the leads, and the accessories;
• Examine all the functions of the monitor that are likely to be used for patient monitoring,
and ensure that it is in good working condition.
In case of any indication of damage about the function of the monitor is detected and proven,
it is not allowed to apply it to the patient for any monitoring. Please contact the local dealer or
our company, and we are to offer the best solution as soon as possible for your satisfaction.
7.1.2 Routine Maintenance
In order to ensure the measuring precision, it is recommended to adjust the monitor every
year. As for the adjustment, it can be performed in the specific instruction or contract our
company directly. After each maintenance or the yearly maintenance, the monitor can be
thoroughly inspected by qualified personnel, including function and safety examinations.
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If the hospital fails to carry out a satisfactory maintenance program about the monitor,
it may be disabled and cause harm to the patient.
If there is any indication of cable and transducer damage or they deteriorate,
they are prohibited from any further use.
The accuracy of SpO2 function has been calibrated before selling, it is not necessary to
recalibrate it. If the user needs to verify the SpO2 function the SpO2 simulator can be used,
such as the “Index 2” series from Fluke Biomedical Inc.
 Any adjustable units in the device such as potentiometer are not allowed to adjust without
permission to avoid unnecessary failures that affect normal application.
 It’s recommended to use the battery at least once a month to ensure its strong power
capacity and long service life, and recharge it after run out of the battery power.
7.1.3 Battery Maintenance
Please pay attention to the polarity of battery, do NOT insert it into battery compartment
with reversed polarities.
Do NOT use the battery manufactured by other companies, if being inserted, the device
may be damaged.
In order to avoid damaging the battery, do NOT use other power supply device to charge
the battery.
After battery aging phenomenon occurring, do NOT throw the battery into fire to avoid
explosion risk.
Do NOT hit or strike it with force.
Do NOT use this battery on other devices.
Do NOT use this battery below -20°C or above 60°C.
 In order to maintain battery power and prolong battery lifetime, please charge the battery
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routinealy. Generally, charge the battery every 3 months if the device has not been
used for more than 3 months.
 Only use the battery with the specification recommended by the manufacturer.
 Whether the monitor is on or off, the built-in battery will be charged as long as the monitor
is connected to an AC adapter and AC power is on. When the battery is full, it will stop
charging for protecting from damage. If the monitor is connected to an AC adapter and AC
power is on, it will use AC power, but when AC power is off, the battery power will be used.
Priority of using AC power and power switch between AC and battery is automatic and seamless.
 If the battery is damaged, please replace it with the battery with “CCC” or “CE” mark.
The model and specifications of the battery should be the same as the original battery.
The user must ensure that the battery meets all applicable safety codes. The user can also
contact the distributor for service.
7.2 Cleaning and Disinfection of the Main Unit
 Switch off the monitor and disconnect the power cord before cleaning.
 Keep the monitor from dust.
 It is recommended to clean the outer shell and screen of the monitor to keep it clean.
Only non-corrosive cleanser such as clear water is permitted.
 Wipe the surface of the monitor and transducers with an alcohol impregnated wipe,
and dry it with clean cloth or just air-dry.
 Dilute the cleaner.
 Do NOT use the scrub materials.
 The monitor can be disinfected. Please clear the monitor first.
 Do not let the liquid cleaner flow into the connector jack of the monitor to avoid damage.
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 Clean the exterior of the connector only.
 Do NOT let any liquid flow into the shell or any parts of the monitor.
 Do NOT let the cleaner and disinfectant stay on its surface.
 Do NOT perform high pressure sterilization to the monitor.
 Do NOT put any parts of the monitor or its accessories in the liquid.
 If the monitor is accidentally wetted, it should be thoroughly dried before use.
The rear cover can be removed by qualified service technician to verify absence of water.
 Do NOT pour the disinfectant on its surface while disinfecting.
7.3 Cleaning and Disinfection of Accessories
It is recommended to clean and disinfect the accessories (excluding SpO2 probe) with a piece
of gauze which has been soaked in 75% Alcohol or 70% Isopropanol before using.
 Do not use damaged accessories.
 Accessories can not be entirely immerged into water, liquor or cleanser.
 Do NOT use radiation, steam or epoxyethane to disinfect accessories.
 Wipe off the remained alcohol or isopropanol on the accessories after disinfection,
for good maintenance can extend life of accessories.
 Disinfect the temperature sensitive probe with alcohol.
 Wipe the thermometer clean with a mild cloth if it is dirtied.
 Wipe the thermometer clean and keep it in the packaging for maintenance after using.
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7.4 Storage
If the equipment will not be used for long time period of time, wipe it clean and keep it
in the packaging, which shall be kept in a dry good ventilation place free from dust
and corrosive gases.
Storage environment: Ambient temperature: -20°C~60°C
Relative humidity: ≤93%
Atmospheric pressure: 53.0kPa~106.0kPa
7.5 Transportation
This monitor should be transported by land (vehicle or railway) or air in accordance
with the contractual terms. Do NOT hit or drop it with force.
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Symbols
SymbolDescription
Power switch / Shortcut key
for NIBP measurement
Symbol Description
DC 5V 1A
External DC power input
Type BF applied parts
The reserved port
Refer to Manual
Power supply
Wireless
NIBP
NIBP cuff connector
PORT1 /
PORT2
The signal connector
(for connecting to temperature
probe, SpO2 probe, blood
glucose meter)
SN
Serial Number
Class II device
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Disposal: The product must not be disposed of along with other
domestic waste. The users must dispose of this equipment by bringing it to
a specific recycling point for electric and electronic equipment. For further
information on recycling points contact the local authorities, the local recycling
center or the shop where the product was purchased. If the equipment is not
disposed of correctly, fines or penalties may be applied in accordance
with the national legislation and regulations.
GIMA WARRANTY CONDITIONS
Congratulations for purchasing a GIMA product.This product meets high qualitative standards
both as regards the material and the production. The warranty is valid for 12 months from
the date of supply of GIMA. During the period of validity of the warranty, GIMA will repair
and/or replace free of charge all the defected parts due to production reasons.
Labor costs and personnel traveling expenses and packaging not included. All components
subject to wear are not included in the warranty. The repair or replacement performed
during the warranty period shall not extend the warranty. The warranty is void in the following
cases: repairs performed by unauthorized personnel or with non-original spare parts, defects
caused by negligence or incorrect use. GIMA cannot be held responsible for malfunctioning
on electronic devices or software due to outside agents such as: voltage changes,
electro-magnetic fields, radio interferences, etc. The warranty is void if the above regulations
are not observed and if the serial code (if available) has been removed, cancelled or changed.
The defected products must be returned only to the dealer the product was purchased from.
Products sent to GIMA will be rejected.