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nGenuity

TM
8100E Series
Vital Signs Monitor
Service Manual
Cat. No. 1448
Date 09/09
Part No. 39166B101
Revision 2
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2
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Contents
Copyright................................................................................................................ ii
Contents................................................................................................................ iii
Warranty............................................................................................................... vii
Service Return Policy.......................................................................................... viii
EC Declaration of Conformity................................................................................ ix
Section 1 - Introduction
Description.................................................................................................................... 1-1
Intended Use................................................................................................................. 1-1
nGenuity 8100E Series Options.................................................................................... 1-1
Pulse Oximetry Measurement (SpO
2
) .......................................................................... 1-2
Definition ............................................................................................................ 1-2
DOX Digital Oximetry ..................................................................................... 1-2
Method ............................................................................................................... 1-2
SpO
2
Clinical Testing and Accuracy .................................................................. 1-3
Heart Rate..................................................................................................................... 1-4
ECG Measurement ....................................................................................................... 1-4
Method ............................................................................................................... 1-4
Stability of Accuracy........................................................................................... 1-5
Pacemaker Pulse Rejection............................................................................... 1-5
Respiration.................................................................................................................... 1-5
Non-Invasive Blood Pressure (NIBP)............................................................................ 1-6
Comfort Cuff Technology................................................................................ 1-6
Description of NIBP Measurement..................................................................... 1-6
NIBP Clinical Testing and Accuracy................................................................... 1-7
Cuff Inflation and Pressure Protection ............................................................... 1-7
Capnography (Measurement of CO
2
) ........................................................................... 1-8
Method of Measurement .................................................................................... 1-8
Conditions of Use............................................................................................... 1-9
Stability of Accuracy........................................................................................... 1-9
N
2
O Compensation............................................................................................ 1-9
Temperature Measurement .......................................................................................... 1-9
Specifications.............................................................................................................. 1-10
Symbols ...................................................................................................................... 1-14
Safety.......................................................................................................................... 1-16
Definitions ........................................................................................................ 1-16
Warnings.......................................................................................................... 1-16
Cautions........................................................................................................... 1-17
Leakage Current .............................................................................................. 1-18
Voltage Fluctuations......................................................................................... 1-18
Equipotential Ground ....................................................................................... 1-18
Software Error Related Hazard Mediation ....................................................... 1-18
Potential Interference....................................................................................... 1-19
Biocompatibility ................................................................................................ 1-19
Latex Content................................................................................................... 1-19
DEHP Content.................................................................................................. 1-19
Section 2 - Service Windows
Service Mode Window.................................................................................................. 2-1
Service Mode Window ....................................................................................... 2-1
NIBP Service Mode............................................................................................ 2-4
Processor Software Download........................................................................... 2-5
Permanent Alarm Silence .................................................................................. 2-6
Arrhythmia and ST Analysis............................................................................... 2-6
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Service Settings ............................................................................................................ 2-7
Service Password............................................................................................... 2-7
Alarm Tone Warning........................................................................................... 2-8
Line Frequency................................................................................................... 2-8
Simulation Mode................................................................................................. 2-9
Custom Profiles........................................................................................................... 2-10
Setting Patient Size .......................................................................................... 2-10
Creating Custom Profiles.................................................................................. 2-11
Section 3 - Theory of Operation
Power Module ............................................................................................................... 3-1
Main CPU and System.................................................................................................. 3-1
CONM Module.................................................................................................... 3-1
Vital Signs Module.............................................................................................. 3-1
Speaker Driver.................................................................................................... 3-1
ECG Module.................................................................................................................. 3-2
Impedance Respiration....................................................................................... 3-2
Pulse Oximeter Module (SpO
2
)..................................................................................... 3-3
Temperature.................................................................................................................. 3-3
Communications............................................................................................................ 3-3
Printer............................................................................................................................ 3-3
Block Diagram............................................................................................................... 3-4
Section 4 - Cleaning and Disinfecting
Cleaning and Disinfecting.............................................................................................. 4-1
Pulse Oximeter Sensors..................................................................................... 4-1
Blood Pressure Cuffs.......................................................................................... 4-1
ECG Cable ......................................................................................................... 4-2
Temperature Cable............................................................................................. 4-3
Accidental Wetting......................................................................................................... 4-4
Section 5 - Preventative Maintenance
Incoming Inspection ...................................................................................................... 5-1
Maintenance Schedule.................................................................................................. 5-1
Monitor Safety Testing .................................................................................................. 5-2
Equipment and Tools.......................................................................................... 5-3
Accessory Testing .............................................................................................. 5-3
Fuse Removal/Replacement ......................................................................................... 5-4
Long-Term Monitor and Battery Storage....................................................................... 5-5
Monitor and Accessories Disposal ................................................................................ 5-5
Electrical Safety Testing................................................................................................ 5-6
Equipment Needed............................................................................................. 5-6
Withstanding Voltage (Hi-Pot) Test Equipment and Setup................................. 5-6
Withstanding Voltage (Hi-Pot) Test Procedure................................................... 5-7
Leakage Test Equipment and Setup .................................................................. 5-8
Leakage Test Procedure .................................................................................... 5-8
Ground Continuity Test..................................................................................... 5-10
Functional Testing....................................................................................................... 5-11
Interface Inspection .......................................................................................... 5-11
Manual Controls Check .................................................................................... 5-11
Alarms Verification............................................................................................ 5-12
Printer Check.................................................................................................... 5-12
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Module Verification ..................................................................................................... 5-13
ECG Verification............................................................................................... 5-13
ECG Analog Output Test ................................................................................. 5-16
Diagnostic, Monitor, and ST Filter Mode Tests................................................ 5-17
SpO2 Verification ............................................................................................. 5-18
NIBP Verification.............................................................................................. 5-19
Temperature Verification.................................................................................. 5-20
Communication Testing .............................................................................................. 5-21
Nurse Call ........................................................................................................ 5-21
Battery and Power Testing.......................................................................................... 5-22
Test the Battery................................................................................................ 5-22
Functional and Safety Testing Checklist..................................................................... 5-23
Section 6 - Service Testing and Calibration
Field Service Testing Safety ......................................................................................... 6-1
Field Service Test Matrix .............................................................................................. 6-2
Field Calibration Procedures......................................................................................... 6-2
DOX SpO
2
Performance Testing.................................................................................. 6-3
Programming the SmartSat Analyzer................................................................. 6-3
Test Procedure................................................................................................... 6-3
SpO
2
Board Test Values.................................................................................... 6-4
NIBP Calibration ........................................................................................................... 6-5
Installing the PC Service Program..................................................................... 6-5
Configuring the Ports ......................................................................................... 6-5
Calibration.......................................................................................................... 6-6
NIBP Performance ............................................................................................. 6-9
Temperature Input Check ........................................................................................... 6-10
Monitor Fault Testing .................................................................................................. 6-11
Power Supply Board Test ................................................................................ 6-11
Main Board Testing..................................................................................................... 6-12
Section 7 - Disassembly
Before You Begin.......................................................................................................... 7-1
Tools Needed..................................................................................................... 7-1
Before You Begin............................................................................................... 7-1
Service Safety.................................................................................................... 7-1
Electrostatic Discharge Protection ..................................................................... 7-2
Disconnecting and Replacing the Battery..................................................................... 7-2
Remove the Battery ........................................................................................... 7-2
Reconnect or Replace the Battery ..................................................................... 7-2
Printer Repair................................................................................................................ 7-3
Removing Printer Assembly............................................................................... 7-3
Replacing Printer Components .......................................................................... 7-3
Reattach the Printer Assembly........................................................................... 7-3
Front Main Chassis Repair ........................................................................................... 7-4
Disassembly....................................................................................................... 7-4
PCB Replacement.............................................................................................. 7-4
Display Assembly.......................................................................................................... 7-6
Disassembly....................................................................................................... 7-6
Membrane Replacement.................................................................................... 7-6
Display Installation ............................................................................................. 7-6
Bottom Chassis Repair ................................................................................................. 7-7
Disassembly....................................................................................................... 7-7
Speaker Replacement........................................................................................ 7-7
NIBP Chassis Replacement............................................................................... 7-7
Power Supply Replacement............................................................................... 7-7
Testing .......................................................................................................................... 7-8
Assembly Tests............................................................................................................. 7-9
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Section 8 - Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting and Repair .......................................................................................... 8-3
ComfortCuff NIBP Module............................................................................................. 8-3
ECG/Impedance Respiration Module............................................................................ 8-4
Board Settings and Module Software................................................................. 8-4
Respiration ......................................................................................................... 8-4
Temperature....................................................................................................... 8-4
DOX SpO
2
Module........................................................................................................ 8-5
Main Board.................................................................................................................... 8-5
Power Module ............................................................................................................... 8-6
Fuse Replacement ............................................................................................. 8-6
AC Power Components...................................................................................... 8-6
Section 9 - Drawings and Schematics
List of Drawings............................................................................................................. 9-1
Assembly BOMs and Drawings.......................................................................... 9-1
PCB Drawings and Schematics.......................................................................... 9-1
Final Assembly.............................................................................................................. 9-2
8100E (Without Printer) ...................................................................................... 9-2
8100EP (With Printer)......................................................................................... 9-2
8100E1 (With CO
2
)............................................................................................. 9-3
8100EP1 (With CO
2
and Printer)........................................................................ 9-3
Main Monitor Assembly ...................................................................................... 9-4
Main Monitor with CO
2
Assembly....................................................................... 9-5
Chassis Assemblies ........................................................................................... 9-6
Bottom Chassis Assembly.................................................................................. 9-6
Power Supply with Brackets............................................................................... 9-7
Main Chassis Assembly ..................................................................................... 9-7
NIBP Chassis Assembly..................................................................................... 9-8
CO
2
Internal Module Assembly .......................................................................... 9-9
CO
2
External Module Assembly....................................................................... 9-10
Display Chassis Assembly ............................................................................... 9-11
Assembly Patient Connectors .......................................................................... 9-11
Shielded Analog Board Assembly .................................................................... 9-12
Printer ............................................................................................................... 9-12
Appendix A - CO
2
Service
Service Windows.......................................................................................................... A-1
Theory of Operations.................................................................................................... A-2
Capnometer Module (CO
2
)................................................................................ A-2
Block Diagram................................................................................................... A-3
Preventative Maintenance............................................................................................ A-4
Maintenance Schedule...................................................................................... A-4
CO
2
Absorber Verification ................................................................................. A-4
Gas Flow/CO
2
Verification................................................................................. A-5
Testing Checklist ............................................................................................... A-6
CO
2
Calibration ............................................................................................................ A-7
Tools Needed .................................................................................................... A-7
Before You Begin .............................................................................................. A-7
Procedure.......................................................................................................... A-8
Disassembly............................................................................................................... A-10
Disconnect the Battery .................................................................................... A-10
Check/Replace the CO
2
Absorber................................................................... A-11
Replace the External CO
2
Module .................................................................. A-12
Replace the Internal CO
2
Module.................................................................... A-12
Troubleshooting.......................................................................................................... A-13
Verification Checklist .................................................................................................. A-14
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Warranty
Workmanship &
Materials
Criticare Systems, Inc. (CSI) warranties new equipment to be
free from defects in workmanship and materials for a period of
two (2) years from date of shipment under normal use and service.
The following exceptions apply to this statement and the warranty
period as indicated:
Internal Batteries: one (1) year
O2 Cells and CO2 Absorbers: six (6) months
940 Series Multi-Site and Y style SpO2 sensors: six (6) months
CSIs obligation under this warranty is limited to repairing or
replacing, at CSIs option, any part which upon CSIs examination
proves defective.
EXCEPT AS DESCRIBED IN THE PARAGRAPH ABOVE, CSI
MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING
ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Exemptions CSIs obligation or liability under this warranty does not include any
transportation or other charges or liability for direct, indirect or
consequential damages or delay resulting from the improper use or
application of the product or the substitution upon it of parts or
accessories not approved by CSI or repair by anyone other than a
CSI authorized representative.
This warranty shall not extend to any instrument which has been
subjected to misuse, negligence or accident; any instrument from
which CSIs original serial number tag or product identification
markings have been altered or removed; or any product of any other
manufacturer.
Safety, Reliability &
Performance
Criticare Systems, Inc., is not responsible for the effects on safety,
reliability and performance of the 8100E Series Patient Monitor if:
assembly operations, extensions, readjustments, modifications or
repairs are carried out by persons other than those authorized by
Criticare Systems, Inc., or
the 8100E Series Patient Monitor is not used in accordance with the
instructions for use, or
the electrical installation of the relevant room does not comply with
NFPA 70: National Electric Code or NFPA 99: Standard for Health
Care Facilities (Outside the United States, the relevant room must
comply with all electrical installation regulations mandated by the
local and regional bodies of government).
In Case of Emergency
Contact
CRITICARE SYSTEMS, INC. Telephone: (262) 798-8282
20925 Crossroads Circle Tech Support: (800) 458-2697
Waukesha, WI 53186 Orders: (800) 458-4615
USA Fax: (262) 798-8290
Internet: www.csiusa.com
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Service Return Policy
Return Procedure In the event that it becomes necessary to return a unit to Criticare
Systems, Inc., the following procedure should be followed:
Obtain return authorization. Contact the CSI Service Department
at 800-458-2697 to obtain a Customer Service Authorization (CSA)
number. (Outside the US, call 001-262-798-8282.) The CSA number
must appear on the outside of the shipping container. Return
shipments will not be accepted if the CSA number is not clearly
visible. Please provide the model number, serial number, and a brief
description of the reason for return.
Freight policy. The customer is responsible for freight charges
when equipment is shipped to CSI for service (this includes
customs charges).
Loaner service. In the U.S. If it is necessary to provide a loaner unit
to any U.S. customer, CSI will ship the unit within one (1) working day,
if available, by secure transport means.
For units under warranty, a loaner unit (if required) will be made
available upon request.
For units out of warranty, in the event of a loaner unit being required
after the product warranty has expired and no extended service
contract is in place, a charge will be applied to the customers
account.
Loaner units must be returned to CSI at the customers expense
within one (1) week after receipt of the repaired goods. If the unit is
not returned to CSI within that time, the customer will be invoiced for
the full purchase price of the equipment.
Outside the U.S. No loaners are available from CSI internationally.
Contact your local CSI representative.
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EC Declaration of Conformity
nGenuity 8100E Series
Patient Monitor
To view the Declaration of Conformity, visit the Criticare website at
www.csiusa.com. A copy of the Declaration can also be faxed.
Contact Criticares customer service department at (262) 798-8282 to
obtain a faxed copy of the Declaration.
Representative in the
European Union
Criticare Systems Limited
c/o Wright Hassall
9 Clarendon Place
Leamington Spa
Warwickshire
CV 32 5QP United Kingdom
T: 0044 (0) 1926 886688
F: 0044 (0) 1926 885588
For the Attention of: Ref. 45 (or) Mr L. A. Heizler
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Section 1 Introduction
Description The nGenuity 8100E Series monitor interprets and displays real time
physiological data including waveforms and numerical data. The
monitor is designed for multi-parameter measurements, including
ECG, NIBP, SpO
2
, temperature, and respiration. Optional CO
2

monitoring is also available. For all these vital parameters, the 8100E
Series monitor has limit alarms and alerts. The monitor also prints
strip chart recordings and stores tabular trends for review.
Intended Use The 8100E Series monitor is intended to monitor physiological
parameters of patients within clinical care settings. It is intended that
the user is a professional health care provider. Physiological data,
system alarms, and patient data analysis are available to the care
provider from the monitor.
The user is responsible for the interpretation of the monitored data
that is made available. Physiological data should be reviewed by a
qualified clinical personnel prior to any medical intervention.
The monitor is designed to be used with only one patient at a time.
The monitor (including accessories) is capable of monitoring a full
range of patients from neonate to adult.
nGenuity 8100E Series
Options
The nGenuity 8100E Series monitor comes standard with 5-Lead
ECG, ComfortCuff

NIBP, DOX

SpO
2
, and one temperature
channel for monitoring. Options include internal printer and CO
2

monitoring. A color TFT screen with a six waveform display is
standard on all nGenuity 8100E Series models.
The nGenuity 8100E Series monitor is also available with ST and
Arrhythmia analysis as an option.
Catalog Number Printer Additional Features
8100E No Standard
8100E-ST No ST Arrhythmia
8100E1 No CO
2
8100E1-ST No CO
2
, ST Arrhythmia
8100EP Yes Standard
8100EP-ST Yes ST Arrhythmia
8100EP1 Yes CO
2
8100EP1-ST Yes CO
2
, Arrhythmia
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Pulse Oximetry
Measurement (SpO
2
)
The monitor uses Digital Oximetry (DOX) technology to measure
blood oxygen saturation (SpO
2
).
Definition Hemoglobin exists in the blood in several forms:
Oxygenated (Oxyhemoglobin)
Reduced (Deoxyhemoglobin)
Dyshemoglobins (carboxyhemoglobin and methemoglobin.)
In the monitor, SpO
2
(pulse arterial oxygen saturation) is the ratio of
oxygenated hemoglobin to the sum of oxygenated hemoglobin plus
hemoglobin which is available for binding to oxygen, as expressed in
the following formula:
Dyshemoglobins, such as carboxyhemoglobin and methemoglobin,
are not directly measured and therefore are not factored into the
measurement.
DOX Digital Oximetry The monitor does not use analog circuitry for signal processing.
Digital signal processing in the microprocessor results in lower noise
from circuitry components, resulting in a cleaner signal and better
performance under low perfusion conditions. There is also improved
rejection of noise from the patient and environment, due to the
availability of the true, unfiltered sensor signal for digital signal
processing.
Method The digital pulse oximeter measures oxygen saturation and pulse rate
using the principles of spectrophotometry and plethysmography. The
sensor is completely non-invasive, and there is no heat source that
could burn the patient.
The pulse oximeter sensor contains two types of LEDs. Each type
emits a specific wavelength of light. Since oxygenated hemoglobin
and deoxygenated hemoglobin absorb light selectively and
predictably, the amounts of these two compounds can be determined
by measuring the intensity of each wavelength that passes through
the measuring site.
per cent oxygen saturation
oxyhemoglobin
oxyhemoglobin deoxyhemoglobin +
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 100 =
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Section 1 Introduction
The light from the LEDs shines into a pulsating vascular bed. A
photodetector located opposite or alongside the LEDs measures the
intensity of each wavelength transmitted through the monitoring site.
The light intensity is converted to an electrical signal, which is input to
the monitor. The effects of skin pigmentation, venous blood, and
other tissue constituents are eliminated by separating out the
pulsating absorption data.
SpO
2
is calculated with every pulse and averaged with the results
from previous pulses to arrive at the current numeric display value.
The display is updated at least once per second with the numeric
values that were calculated during the intervening period.
The plethysmographic pulse wave is not auto-gained. The amplitude
display of the plethysmographic pulse wave is proportional to the
pulse volume changes occurring in the tissue illuminated by the SpO
2

sensor.
SpO
2
Clinical Testing
and Accuracy
All Criticare oximeters (DOX compatible) have SpO
2
calibration
tables which were originally generated by monitoring desaturated
human patients or volunteers and matching their displayed SpO
2

value to the value determined by sampling arterial blood and
measuring functional SaO
2
with a clinical laboratory grade multi
wavelength optical oximeter (i.e. CO-oximeter). The final SpO
2

calibration curve was then generated based upon numerous patients'
data over the range of 40 to 99% SaO
2
. All accepted data were taken
from patients with dyshemoglobin (i.e., carboxyhemoglobin,
methemoglobin) concentrations near zero.
This oximeter is a two-wavelength device, which is calibrated to
measure functional SpO
2
only when dyshemoglobin concentrations
are near zero. The accuracy specifications of this device will not be
met with high concentrations of dyshemoglobins. Significant
concentrations of carboxyhemoglobin results in a higher displayed
SpO
2
value than is actually present in the patient.
SpO
2
clinical accuracy validation to CO-oximeter SaO
2
readings was
performed for this sensor using a DOX-compatible monitor.
The personal demographics of the study participants for the SpO
2

clinical accuracy validation include a mix of adult males and females
from 1845 years of age. All were healthy during the course of the
study. Physical characteristics and skin tone were by chance with a
mix from slight to stout and light to dark.
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Heart Rate The heart rate is determined primarily from the ECG waveform data.
A beat detection algorithm is used to identify QRS beats.
The monitor has a user selectable smart heart rate function. It
automatically uses alternate sources to determine heart rate, if the
primary source becomes unmeasurable. The plethysmograph (SpO
2

waveform) is used if the ECG heart rate is unavailable. In the
absence of SpO
2
and ECG data, the NIBP oscillometric data is the
final default source for a heart rate measurement.
Response times for the ECG heart rate meter change from 80 BPM to
40 BPM and from 80 BPM to 120 BPM is less than or equal to 10
seconds. The alarm for tachycardia is less than or equal to 10
seconds per EC-13.
The pulse rate accuracy for SpO
2
is the root-mean-square (rms)
difference between paired pulse rate data recorded with the pulse
oximeter and a reference method.
NOTE: The accuracy of the heart rate depends upon the source. The
range of the measurable NIBP based heart rate does not extend as
far as the range available in other modules used by the smart heart
rate feature.
NOTE: The NIBP based heart rate is not a continuous measurement
and is only current during an NIBP measurement.
ECG Measurement The electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) records the changing potential
generated by electrical activity of the heart.
Method To obtain an overall view of the heart's electrical activity, three or five
electrodes attached to lead wires detect electrical impulses from the
patient's heart to the skin. The monitor calculates the difference in
electrical force between two electrode sites. Electrode polarity
(positive, negative, or ground) depends on the cable receptacle the
lead wire is attached to and the lead selected on the monitor screen.
The ECG design uses the standard (conventional bipolar limb leads)
leads I, II, III using 3-lead or 5-lead cable accessory. With the 5-Lead
cable accessory, leads aVR, aVL, aVF, and V lead may also be
viewed.
The monitor has user selectable automatic lead switching capability
when using the 5-lead settings. If a lead becomes detached or is
unmeasurable, the monitor can automatically display an alternate
lead view using the remaining leads.
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Stability of Accuracy The monitor is equipped with pacemaker detection and user
selectable pacer rejection. There are no known safety hazards due to
the operation of a cardiac pacemaker or other electrical stimulators
when used with this vital signs monitor.
The accuracy of the monitor is not affected by arrhythmia or other
physiological conditions where the electrocardiogram amplitude and
heart rate are within the detectable limits specified for the monitor.
The monitor has user selectable signal filtering in the 60 Hz and
50 Hz bands that reduce electrical interference from the AC (mains)
power sources. User selectable filters are also available.
The accuracy of the ECG analog output bandwidth is equal to the
frequency response specified in the ECG specifications. The variable
gain control is x200, x400, or x800 (according to the ECG Sensitivity
setting). The propagation delay is 1000 milliseconds.
The accuracy of the synchronizing pulse amplitude is equal to 500
times that of leadview II. The pulse shape and duration match those
of leadview II. The output impedance is 1000 ohms and propagation
delay is less than 6.6 milliseconds.
Pacemaker Pulse Rejection With the pacemaker detector turned ON in the 8100E(P) Series, the
system detects and rejects pacemaker pulses ranging from 2 to
700 mV amplitude and 0.1 to 2.0 ms duration. Heart rates properly
display over this range of pacemaker operation. Pacer pulse markers
are present if pace detect is on and appear in the ECG analog output
as narrow positive spikes at the point of pace detection.
Ambient noise sources may induce artifactual triggers of the
pacemaker pulse detector and display.
Respiration Respiration is measured via the ECG electrodes. The ECG uses the
impedance measurement based off of lead II.
When determining respiration from the ECG, the monitor measures
patient respiration by impedance pneumography. As the patient's
chest changes size and shape during inspiration and expiration, the
resistance between two chest (or abdomen) ECG electrodes
changes. Respiration rate is calculated from this change in
resistance.
The user may select ECG which uses the impedance measurement
based off the lead I or the CO
2
respiration that is based off the
capnogram. There is also a selectable smart respiration function that
can automatically switch sources, if there is an interruption of
waveform data. The CO
2
data is the primary source for the smart
respiration function and it defaults to the CO
2
source if it is available.
CAUTION ! !
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Non-Invasive Blood
Pressure (NIBP)
The monitor uses ComfortCuff technology to determine non-invasive
blood pressure by means of oscillometry. The oscillometric method
detects volume displacements within the artery and senses pressure
variations within the blood pressure cuff during inflation. The monitor
uses cuffs ranging in size from neonate cuffs to thigh cuffs.
Comfort Cuff
Technology
ComfortCuff technology measures NIBP while the cuff inflates.
Consequently, a measurement is obtained more quickly and with less
discomfort than with monitors, which measure NIBP during cuff
deflation.
Description of NIBP
Measurement
The NIBP cuff begins to inflate at the beginning of the NIBP
measurement cycle. As the cuff pressure approaches the diastolic
pressure of the patient, the cuff pressure waveform begins to indicate
the pulse waveform. The cuff pressure at this point is equal to the
patient's diastolic pressure, which is stored by the monitor.
As cuff pressure continues to increase, the pulse waveform (as
measured from BP cuff pressure fluctuation) becomes stronger,
reaching its maximum at the patient's mean arterial pressure (i.e.,
when cuff pressure = mean BP). The monitor stores this value as
mean pressure.
As cuff pressure increases further, it approaches the patient's systolic
pressure, and the cuffs pulse waveform decreases in amplitude. The
cuff pulse waveform disappears at the point where cuff pressure is
equal to the patient's systolic pressure.
When the monitor determines that the cuff waveform has decreased
to zero amplitude, it stores the cuff pressure value as the systolic
pressure, and releases the pressure from the cuff. This typically
occurs at about 10 mmHg over the patient's systolic pressure. The
cuff then rapidly deflates.
Dynamic Measurement Ranges
Systolic (mmHg) Diastolic (mmHg) MAP (mmHg)
Adult 50-280 30-225 35-245
Pediatric 50-280 30-225 35-245
Neonate 50-135 20-100 30-120
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NIBP Clinical Testing
and Accuracy
This device was clinically tested per the requirements of EN 1060 and
AAMI SP-10. The NIBP module as installed in the 8100E Series
monitor has been tested to meet the performance specifications
listed in this manual.
Cuff Inflation and
Pressure Protection
The maximum cuff inflation rate is 15 mmHg/sec. The software limits
inflation to 300 mmHg adult, 300 mmHg pediatric, or 150 neonate. A
secondary circuit limits maximum possible cuff pressure to 330
mmHg in adult/pediatric mode and 165 mmHg in neonatal mode. Cuff
pressure is allowed to remain above 30 mmHg for a maximum of two
minutes.
The monitor automatically deflates the cuff if the time limit is violated.
The monitor contains hardware protection for overpressure
conditions, pressure transducer failures, or microprocessor and pump
control circuit failures.
Figure 1-1: NIBP Cuff Pressure and Pulse over Time
B.P Cuff Inflation Pressure
(Shown during inflation)
Systolic Pressure
Actual Blood
Pressure Waveform
Diastolic Pressure
Cuff deflates rapidly
after monitor determines
systolic pressure
Time
Diastolic
Pressure
Mean
Pressure
Systolic
Pressure
Pulse Waveform
(Measured from B.P. Cuff
Pressure Fluctuation)
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Capnography
(Measurement of CO
2
)
The 8100E Series monitor uses the sidestream method of measuring
CO
2
. Gas is aspirated through a nasal cannula or a ventilation circuit
adapter. The gas sample enters from a sampling tube into a water
trap, which removes water vapor and particulate matter from the gas
sample. The gas then enters the CO
2
detector where it is analyzed.
The monitor measures CO
2
concentrations and displays them in a
continuous waveform. The monitor also detects end-tidal and fraction
Inspired CO
2
levels, displaying them numerically. End-tidal CO
2

(ETCO
2
) is defined as the maximum CO
2
concentration at the end of
expiration. The monitor measures and displays this numerical value
of CO
2
concentration. The ETCO
2
value is updated continuously with
each breath cycle. The amount of CO
2
in the gas mixture inhaled in
by the patient is the fractional Inspired CO
2
(FICO
2
).
Method of Measurement The monitor measures CO
2
using the principles of infrared
absorption spectrometry. An unknown concentration of gas (CO
2
) is
calculated by comparing its absorption of infrared light to that of a
known standard. The absorption of light is directly related to the
concentration of gas. As infrared light passes through the sample
gas chamber, the light transmitted is converted to a voltage signal.
The monitor converts the voltage to CO
2
concentration and
expresses it as mmHg, percent (%), kPa (user selectable), or Torr.
Infrared analysis of the gas samples is done using Beers Law.
The formula for Beers Law:
Infrared value of measured sample.
Infrared value of light source.
Exponential function.
Extinction coefficient.
Concentration of the gas sample
Distance measured through the sample
The Beers Law calculation is performed by the monitors software.
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Conditions of Use The 8100E Series monitor has been calculated with dry NIST-
traceable calibration gases at room temperature and pressure
(~ 21C, 740mmHg). Given the small effect of water vapor upon the
CO
2
measurement and the units built-in temperature and pressure
measurements and compensations, this monitors method of gas
analysis is best described as ATPS (Ambient Temperature and
Pressure, Saturated; 21C 750mmHg, 100% Humidity Saturated).
The monitor is suitable for sustained pressure (breathing circuit)
monitoring environments and has been tested per clause 51.101
(Measurement Accuracy) of EN 21647: 2004.
Stability of Accuracy The monitor has an internal barometer and thermistor that allow
compensation for changes over a range of temperature and
atmospheric pressures. The monitor complies with EN 21647
standards for cyclical pressure and testing found negligible drift of
accuracy. The module as installed in the 8100E Series monitor has
been clinically tested for performance with a variety of patients.
N
2
O Compensation The monitor has a manual N
2
O compensation feature for a fixed N
2
O
value is 60%. The user may select N
2
O compensation when 40-80%
N
2
O is in use.
Temperature
Measurement
Body temperature is measured by the monitor using a thermistor
(temperature sensing elements in the temperature probe). The
thermistor can sense change in body temperature by changing
electrical resistance.
Unusual, fast artificial variations in temperature readings may
occur with accompanying applications of an electrocautery
system.
Electrical leakage current of the cable when used with the
monitor and sensor comply with IEC 601-1/EN 60601-1
The monitor is compatible with any YSI-400 or YSI-700 series
temperature probe.
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Specifications ECG
Connectors: 3 or 5 Lead, Standard AAMI
Lead Selection: 3-Lead; I, II, III
5-Lead; I, II, III, aVR, aVL, aVF, V
Gain Selection: 0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 4.0
ECG Sensitivity Low 0.5, Medium 1.0, High 2.0, Auto
Frequency Response: Diagnostic; 0.05 - 100 Hz (-3db)
Monitor; 0.50 - 40 Hz (-3db)
Electrosurgery Protection: Yes
HF Equipment Protection: Yes
Defibrillator Protection: Yes
Pacer Detection/Rejection: Yes
Heart Rate
Source: Smart Switching;
ECG(primary), Pleth, NIBP
Range: 20-300 bpm (ECG, Pleth)
30-240 bpm (NIBP)
Accuracy: 1 bpm or 1% ECG, whichever is greater
(3 bpm maximum)
Pulse Tone: Selectable, On/Off
Respiration
Source: ECG, CO
2
(primary)
Rate Range: 6 to 150 breaths/minute (ECG)
0 to 120 breaths/minute (CO
2
)
Resolution: 1 breath/minute
Accuracy: 1% or 1 breath/minute, whichever is
greater
SpO
2
Range: 1-99%
Resolution: 1%
Accuracy: 70-99% range; 2%;
50-69% range; 3%
<50%; unspecified;
Statistical, represents one st. dev. (~66%)
of clinical samples.
Indications Plethysmograph, Numerical, Audible
(pulse tone pitch varies with SpO
2
)
Method: Dual wavelength LED
Modes: Adult/Pediatric/Neonate
Operation: Continuous Use
Sensor Wavelength: 660nm/905nm
Sensor Power: <80mW
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NIBP
Technique: Oscillometric measure upon inflation
Measurement Time: <40 seconds average; standard adult cuff
Automatic Measurement Cycles: 2, 3, 5, 10, 15, 30 min; 1, 2, 4 hrs
Inflation Pressure Range: Adult; 0 to 300 mmHg
Pediatric; 0 to 300 mmHg
Neonatal; 0 to 150 mmHg
Resolution: 1 mmHg
Transducer Accuracy: 2 mmHg or 2% of reading, whichever is
greater
STAT mode: 5 min of consecutive readings
Capnometry (CO
2
)
Units: mmHg; Percent; kPa; Torr
Display: Inspired CO
2
, Expired CO
2
(End-Tidal)
Numerical values, capnogram, and
breath by breath ETCO
2
bar graph.
Method: Non-dispersive Infrared, Auto-calibrating
Calibration: Auto-calibrating, Manual Calibration
Waveform Scale: Selectable, percent only
0 to 3.13, 6.25, 12.5 or 25%
Range: 0 to 99 mmHg, 0 to 12.5%
0 to 12.5 kPa, 0 to 99 Torr
Resolution: 1 mmHg, 0.1%, 0.1 kPa, 0.1 Torr
Accuracy: 2 mmHg, 0.3 vol%, 0.3 kPa, 2 Torr
@ 200 ml/min & RR <= 120 Br/min
N
2
O: Manual (On/Off)
Flow Rate: 200 ml/min
Flow Tolerance: 200 ml/min, 10% (20 ml)
System Response Time: 1.25 seconds @ 200 ml/min
using an 8 ft sample line
Rise Time: 170 milliseconds @ 200 ml/min (10-90%)
Delay Time: 1.08 seconds
Time from cold start: 15 sec. (including auto-calibration) to first
reading; 1 min. to full accuracy
Pneumatic Sound Pressure: 35 dBa maximum @ 1 meter
Temperature
Channels: 1
Range: 68 - 113F, 20 - 45C
Accuracy: 0.1C over entire range
Display Resolution: 0.1C
Probe Type: YSI-400 or YSI-700
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Alarms
Characteristics: EN 475, Adjustable
Indication: Audible; Visual
Levels: High, Medium, Low, Informational
Settings: User Defaults, Hospital Defaults,
Factory Defaults
Alarm Modes: Adult/Pediatric/Neonate,
High and low limit settings for each mode.
Volume: User Adjustable (1-10)
Silence: Yes; 2 minutes or permanent
Trend Reports
Types: Tabular and Graphical
Trend memory: 24 hours
Tabular Intervals: 30 sec., 1, 2, 5, 10, 15, 30 min., 1, 2, 4
hrs., NIBP (user selectable)
Graphical Span: 2, 4, 8, 12, or 24 hours
Data Types: BPM, HR, SpO
2
, Temp., Resp.,
NIBP (Systolic, Diastolic, Mean)
Printer (Optional)
Recorder Type: Internal thermal line printer
Data Formats: Single or dual waveform; Tabular
Paper Speed: 12.5 or 25mm/sec continuous.
(Snapshot at 50mm/sec)
Controls
Screen: 10.4" active color TFT
Resolution: 640 x 480 pixels
Waveforms: 6, maximum
Waveform Display Gain: 0.5, 1, 2, 4 user selectable
Waveform Sweep Speed: 6.25, 12.5, 25 or 50 mm/sec, selectable
Keys: 9; membrane-activated
Rotary knob: Push and rotate; 24 steps/turn
Languages: English, French, German, Portuguese,
Spanish, Italian, Russian
System Outputs
Com Ports: RS 232-compatible; digital DB9 (COM 1);
mini-DIN8 (COM 2)
Nurse Call: Contact switch; audio jack 1/8 inch,
24V @ 100 ma maximum switching
Defibrillation Sync: BNC connector
Video Port: Serial VGA Compatible
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Mechanical/Electrical
Weight: 13.2 lb; 6 kg (no CO2)
14 lb; 6.4kg (with CO2)
Size: 11.0" (H) x 13.0" (W) x 10.3" (D)
28.0cm (H) x 33.1 cm (W) x 26.2cm (D)
Mechanical Shock: No affect when tested to IEC 60068-2-27
standards
Vibration: No affect when tested to IEC 60068-2-64
standards
Power Requirements: 35W, typical
Voltage: 100 - 240 VAC; 50/60 Hz
Number of Batteries: 1 sealed lead acid batteries
Battery Life: 3 hr, typical w/o CO
2
; 2.5 hr, typical w/CO
2
Recharge time: 4.5 hours
Environmental
Operating Temperature: 59 - 95F, 15 - 35C
Storage Temperature: 23 - 122F, -5 - 50C
Operating and Storage Humidity: 15% to 90%; non-condensing
Medical Device: Class II Equipment (IIb EU)
Electrical Protection: Class I Equipment
Degree of Protection: Type CF, Defibrillator-Proof
Protection against ingress: IPX1
Altitude: -1,000 - 10,000 feet
All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Specifications related to the ST and Arrhythmia option are found in
the Arrhythmia and ST Analysis appendix in the 8100E operators
manual.
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Symbols Symbol Definition
Refer to Operators Manual for Information
Shock Hazard
Equipotential Terminal
European Community Mark
Electrical Testing Laboratories (ETL) Mark
Do not dispose of in municipal waste. Wheeled bin
symbol indicates separate collection for electrical and
electronic equipment.
(WEEE Directive 2002/96/EEC)
Type CF Equipment, defib proof
Identifies the degree of protection against fluid as
drip-proof.
Input/Output port
Output only port
Alarm port (Nurse call)
External display port
IPX1
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Symbol Definition
Fuse
Gas Scavenging
Air Intake
Alternating Current (AC)
Technical Support Phone Number
Serial Number
Part Reference Number
Placement of cuff over the brachial artery.
(Blood Pressure Cuff)
Single use device only. Do not reuse.
Recyclable cardboard/paper packaging.
SN
REF
2
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Safety
Definitions Definitions for Warning and Caution symbols:
Designates a possible dangerous situation.
Non-observance may lead to death or the most
severe injuries.
Designates a possible dangerous situation.
Non-observance may lead to minor injuries or
damage to the product.
Warnings
Read this manual entirely before attempting clinical use of the
monitor.
Inspect For Damage! User should inspect the system for signs
of damage. Do not use the system if failure is evident or
suspected.
Possible explosion hazard! Do not use the monitor in the
presence of gas mixtures which may be flammable.
Do not use this device in conjunction with flammable
anesthetics such as cyclopropane and ether. The monitor can
sample from pure oxygen environments, but the monitor itself
should never be placed inside an oxygen rich environment, such
as an oxygen tent or gas containment apparatus. When not in
operation, this device is not intended to be connected to any
pressurized source containing an enriched oxygen environment.
All cords must have hospital grade plugs and be plugged into
hospital grade outlets. (The electrical installation of the relevant
room must comply with NFPA 70: National Electric Code or
NFPA 99: Standard for Health Care Facilities. Outside the
United States, the relevant room must comply with all electrical
installation regulations mandated by the local and regional
bodies of government).
Cables, cords, and leadwires may present a risk of
entanglement or strangulation! Verify safe and proper
positioning of these items after patient application.
Leakage currents may increase if other equipment is
interconnected to the patient. The increased leakage currents
may present a hazard to the patient.
WARNING ! !
CAUTION ! !
WARNING ! !
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High Frequency (HF) surgical equipment may affect ECG
operation. The ECG waveform will return to normal momentarily
after the HF source is removed. Ensure that electrodes and
sensors are not placed near the HF source.
Unapproved modifications to the monitor may cause unexpected
results and present a hazard to the patient. Unapproved use of
the accessories can also result present a hazard to the patient
or affect monitor performance.
Do not re-use accessories labeled as single use. Risk of patient
contamination may occur.
Improper disposal of batteries may result in explosion, leakage,
or personal injury. Do not open batteries. Do not dispose of
batteries in a fire. Follow all local regulations concerning the
disposal of spent Lead-acid batteries or contact Criticare for
assistance.
Risk of electrical shock! Do not remove cover. Refer servicing to
qualified personnel.
U.S. Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order
of a physician.
Cautions
Use the monitor only with recommended accessories! Use of
unapproved accessories may cause inaccurate readings.
Equipment accuracy may be affected at extreme temperatures.
Do not store equipment at extreme temperature. Temperatures
exceeding specified storage temperatures could damage the
system.
A possible explosion hazard exists! Do not use the monitor in
the presence of flammable anesthetics.
Do not press on the keys with surgical instruments or other
tools. Sharp or hard objects could damage the keys. Use only
your fingertips to press on the keys.
Do not allow the conductive parts of the patient electrodes to
contact other conductive parts, including ground (earth).
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Criticare
Systems, Inc., may void the user's authority to operate the
equipment and may also void the warranty.
Always monitor patients with a pacemaker very closely, since
the 8100E may count at the pacemaker rate during cardiac
arrest or some arrhythmias.
WARNING ! !
CAUTION ! !
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Leakage Current The monitor complies with leakage current limits required by medical
safety standards for patient-connected devices. A hazard caused by
the summation of leakage currents is possible, when several pieces
of equipment are interconnected.
Connecting any external equipment to signal input, signal output, or
other connectors forms a system and this new system must comply
with the requirements of IEC 60601-1-1. If in doubt, contact qualified
technician or local representative.
Voltage Fluctuations When operated in the line voltage range specified in this manual any
fluctuation will have a negligible effect. Very low line voltage will
cause the monitor to revert to battery power. Very high line voltage
may cause damage to the charger circuits. The monitor is designed
with circuitry that turns the unit off before spurious readings can be
caused by a low battery condition.
Equipotential Ground Health care providers and patients are subject to dangerous,
uncontrollable compensating currents for electrical equipment. These
currents are due to the potential differences between connected
equipment and touchable conducting parts as found in medical
rooms.
The safety solution to the problem is accomplished with consistent
equipotential bonding. The monitor is fitted with a connecting lead
made up with angled sockets to the equipotential bonding network in
medical rooms.
Software Error Related
Hazard Mediation
Criticare Systems, Inc., has quality control practices and procedures
in place to review potential hazards as they relate to software. The
monitor is Year 2000 Compliant and utilizes a 4 digit year for all date,
time, and leap year calculations.
Connection Lead
(Socket)
Equipotential
Connector
Equipotential
Terminal
Main
Body
Earth Ground
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Potential Interference This device has been successfully tested to IEC 601-1-2 specified
levels for emissions of and resistance to electromagnetic energy
fields. External disturbances which exceed these levels may cause
operational issues with this device. Other devices which are sensitive
to a lower level of emissions than those allowed by IEC 601-1-2 may
experience operational issues when used in proximity to this device.
MAGNETIC FIELDS
Use of the monitor in an MRI environment may interfere with MRI
image quality. Use of MRI may interfere with the monitor.
The 8100E Series patient monitor is not intended for use in MRI
environments.
RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE
The monitor conforms with IEC 1000-4-3 for radio frequency
interference, and will operate with negligible adverse effects.
CONDUCTED TRANSIENTS
The monitor conforms with IEC 61000-4-4, and IEC 61000-4-5 for
conducted transients, and will operate with negligible adverse effects.
X-RAY
The monitor will operate with negligible adverse effects in an X-ray
environment. However, the monitor should not be placed directly in
the X-ray beam, which could damage the internal electronics of the
monitor.
OTHER INTERFERENCE
There is a negligible adverse effect to the monitor from electrocautery
and electrosurgery, infrared energy, and defibrillation.
Biocompatibility All patient-contact or user-contact materials in this monitor and it's
accessories have passed ISO 10993-5, -10, & -11 biocompatibility
tests or have been in use in clinical environments in large numbers
over an extended period of time predating these standards.
Latex Content All Criticare Systems, Inc., products, including patient monitors and
accessories, are free from latex in any location that may result in
patient contact.
DEHP Content All Criticare Systems, Inc., products currently shipping are free of
DBP and DEHP in any areas that would be intended for patient
contact with blood, mucous membranes, or continuous skin/tissue
contact.
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Section 2 Service Windows
Service Mode Window The monitor has a Service Mode window that is accessible through
the CONFIG window of the monitor.
Never service a monitor while it is attached to a patient.
Never enter the service menu while monitoring a patient.
Service Mode Window To access the Service Mode located in the CONFIG window:
1. Press the ON/OFF button on the front panel to turn on the
power to the monitor.
2. Rotate the menu knob to highlight CONFIG in the main menu
and press the knob once to select it. The CONFIG window
appears.
Figure 2-1: CONFIG (Configuration) Window
3. Rotate the menu knob to highlight Enter Service Mode and
press to select. The value NO is highlighted.
Figure 2-2: Enter Service Mode Highlighted
WARNING ! !
Date Format MM-DD-YYYY
Date DAY 11 MONTH JUN YEAR 2007
Time 17:47
Freeze timeout 2 minutes
Alarm tone warning ON
Language ENGLISH
Line Frequency 60
Restore Factory Defaults NO
Enter Service Mode NO
Enter Simulation Mode NO
Patient size Adult
EXIT
Date Format MM-DD-YYYY
Date DAY 11 MONTH JUN YEAR 2007
Time 17:47
Freeze timeout 2 minutes
Alarm tone warning ON
Language ENGLISH
Line Frequency 60
Restore Factory Defaults NO
Enter Service Mode NO
Enter Simulation Mode NO
Patient size Adult
EXIT
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4. Rotate the menu knob to highlight YES and press to select. The
Enter Service Mode dialog box appears.
Figure 2-3: Password Window for Service Mode
5. To enter the service mode enter the password PIA418 by doing
the following:
Rotate the menu knob to select a character.
Press the menu knob to enter each character.
If a mistake is made, advance to the end of the password and
start over.
When you enter the correct password, the Service Mode
window appears. (See the next step.)
If you entered an invalid password, the window below
appears. Check the validity or spelling of the password you
entered and repeat the password entry.
Figure 2-4: Invalid Password Window
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6. When you enter a valid password the Service Mode window
appears:
Figure 2-5: Service Mode Window
From this point, you can access all service mode functions and
calibrations, set operation values, and perform tests. All the following
functions are accessed from the Service Mode window shown above:
NIBP Service Mode
Processor Software Download
Permanent Alarm Silence
Arrhythmia and ST Analysis
NOTE: Monitors with CO
2
monitoring will have additional items in the
Service Mode window. See Appendix A CO
2
Service for CO
2

service screens.
NOTE: After you perform each service mode function, you must turn
off power to the monitor. Press the ON/OFF button on the front panel
of the monitor.
EXIT
Enter NIBP Service NO
Software Download No action taken
Permanent Alarm Silence Enable
ST / Arrhythmia Keycode ------ Invalid Keycode
Current Software Revisions
Main Display Processor Rev 1.2F
NIBP/CO2/O2 Processor Rev 6.5C
Vital Signs Processor Rev 6.2A
Unit Serial Number 111111111
Unit Part Number 93979AXXX
Keycode Base Number 00000000
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NIBP Service Mode From the Service Mode window, do the following:
NOTE: To service the NIBP module you need specified equipment.
See Section 6: Service Testing and Calibration for details.
1. To run a high time or pressure test for adults or infants, or to run
an inflate/deflate speed test, with the menu knob highlight Enter
NIBP Service and press to select. The value NO is highlighted.
2. Rotate the menu knob to highlight YES and press to select. The
NIBP Service Mode Parameters window to service NIBP
appears.
Figure 2-6: NIBP Service Mode Parameters Window
3. Rotate the menu knob to highlight the test you want to run and
press to enter. The test value NO is highlighted.
4. Rotate the menu knob to highlight YES and press to begin the
test. When the test is executing, the following message appears
on the bottom of the NIBP service window:
Test in progress, select NO to cancel
5. Press the ON/OFF button to exit the NIBP Service Mode
Parameters window.
NOTE: Pressing the ON/OFF button will turn off the monitor. Press
the ON/OFF button again to restart the monitor.
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Processor Software
Download
The Software Download parameter in the Service Mode window is
used to download software for the following processors:
NIBP/CO
2
Processor
Vital Signs Processor
Main Display Processor
From the Service Mode window:
1. Rotate the menu knob to Software Download and press to
select.
2. Rotate the knob to choose the processor you wish to download
and press to select. The value NO is highlighted.
Figure 2-7: Initial Software Download Dialog Box
3. Rotate the menu knob to highlight YES and press to select. The
following window appears:
Figure 2-8: Software Download Response Message
If you choose not to select YES, allow NO to remain selected,
and then press the menu knob to return to the Service Mode
window. The following message then appears next to the
Software Download parameter:
No action taken
4. Press the ON/OFF button on the front panel of the monitor to
turn off the power to the monitor.
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Permanent Alarm Silence From the Service Mode window:
1. To disable the permanent alarm silence feature, with the menu
knob highlight Permanent Alarm Silence and press to select.
Enable is highlighted.
2. Rotate the menu knob to highlight Disable and press to select.
3. Press the ON/OFF button on the front panel of the monitor to
turn off the power to the monitor.
NOTE: Read about the override capability of the Permanent Alarm
Silence function over the Alarm Tone Warning function in Alarm Tone
Warning on page 2-8.
Before you disable this safety feature, contact your local
distributor because the Permanent Alarm Silence tone is
required in certain countries.
Arrhythmia and ST Analysis The Arrhythmia and ST Analysis software extension has the
capability to measure ST segment deviations and generate
arrhythmia alerts for common ventricle arrhythmia conditions.
The arrhythmia and ST features are available through keycode
activation on all nGenuity 8100E Series monitors. The feature can be
purchased from Criticare Systems, Inc.
NOTE: Unless instructed, DO NOT enter a keycode. In case of
accidentally selecting the keycode, simply turn off the monitor without
completing the keycode entry. The keycode will not be over written
unless you enter the complete keycode.
8100E Series models that do not include the arrhythmia and ST
analysis feature will have the message Invalid Keycode appearing
next to the setting.
CAUTION ! !
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Service Settings Several settings on the CONFIG window are password protected. You
should not change these functions during use and only biomed
technicians or supervisory personnel should adjust the settings.
These functions include:
Alarm Tone Warning
Line Frequency
Enter Service Mode
Enter Simulation Mode
To set the functions listed above, do the following:
1. Rotate the menu knob to highlight CONFIG in the Main menu
and then press the knob once to select it. The CONFIG window
appears.
Figure 2-9: CONFIG Parameters window
2. Rotate the menu knob to highlight the service function that you
want and press to select.
Service Password To enter the service mode enter the password PIA418 by doing the
following:
1. Rotate the menu knob to select a character.
2. Press the menu knob to enter each character.
3. If a mistake is made, advance to the end of the password and
start over.
Date Format MM-DD-YYYY
Date DAY 11 MONTH JUN YEAR 2007
Time 17:47
Freeze timeout 2 minutes
Alarm tone warning ON
Language ENGLISH
Line Frequency 60
Restore Factory Defaults NO
Enter Service Mode NO
Enter Simulation Mode NO
Patient size Adult
EXIT
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Alarm Tone Warning Set the Alarm Tone Warning value to ON to allow the monitor to
produce a low-pitched double beep every 2 minutes after a new alarm
activates.
Set the Alarm Tone Warning value to OFF to allow the monitor to
suspend any audible alarm (remain silent) after a new alarm
activates. Thus you can silence alarms with a long push (held in for
2 seconds) on the monitors SILENCE key.
NOTE: As a safeguard measure, the Permanent Alarm Silence
function (Service Mode window) can override the Alarm Tone
Warning function. The Disable value of the Permanent Alarm Silence
function can prevent the ability of the Alarm Tone Warning functions
OFF value to suspend audible alarms. In this case, pushing the
Silence button has no effect; the monitors full audio alarm would
continue. Set this safeguard according to your facility protocols and
according to local safety regulations for medical devices.
Line Frequency In the CONFIG menu the frequency which is rejected is either 50 Hz
or 60 Hz. Set the frequency to the local AC (mains) power which is 60
Hz in the U.S. and 50 Hz in most of Europe. Contact your local
distributor for more information. The password to change the
frequency is PIA418.
Override from the
Service Mode Window:
Permanent Alarm
Silence
Configuration Window:
Alarm Tone Warning
ON OFF
ENABLE double beep always silent
DISABLE full audio alarms full audio alarms
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Section 2 Service Windows
Simulation Mode Simulation software is only used for demonstrations and not intended
for servicing the monitor. The service password is required to activate
this demonstration function. The words SIMULATION MODE appear
in large letters on the monitor screen when in use.
In the sample window shown below, all function parameters are active
and reflected in the waveforms and numerical values that could be
useful for a demonstration or training session. The screen only
displays functions that are available on the unit.
Figure 2-10: Example of the Window in Simulation Mode
NOTE: Simulation Mode can only be exited by pressing the ON/OFF
button and turning off the monitor.
NOTE: To exit the menu, navigate to EXIT and press SELECT.
ALARMS PARAMS DISPLAY
Adult
V000 - NO ADMIT
ART1: HIGH DIA
ADM/DIS CONFIG PRINT
NOV-07-05 14:12:59
SpO2
II
I
%
aVR
MAP
CYCLE OFF
1mV
1mV
ECG BPM
Br/m
1mV
aVL
1mV
60
98
96.4
20
---/---
(---)
SIMULATION MODE
AGE --:-- min
F
- +
mmHg
Section 2 Service Windows
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Custom Profiles The monitor has a set of default settings that you can configure to the
needs of the facility. These default settings are password protected.
Setting Patient Size The monitor is designed to look at the patient size information
selected in the ADM/DIS or ALARMS windows and determine
whether the monitor should use one of the following alarm settings
while monitoring:
Adult
Pediatric
Neonatal
When you change the patient size in the ADM/DIS window or the
ALARMS window, the monitor determines which window appears
when you select the ALARMS window. When the user changes
patient size the user effectively changes all the alarm limits for all of
the following:
SpO
2
ECG
NIBP
Temperature
Respiration
Maximum NIBP pressure limit.
To enter patient size, do the following:
1. Rotate the menu knob to highlight ADM/DIS or ALARMS and
press to select.
2. Rotate the menu knob to highlight Update, select YES, and
press to select. You can now select the patient data field.
3. Rotate the menu knob to highlight Patient Size and press to
select.
4. Rotate the menu knob to highlight Adult, Pediatric, or Neonate
as required.
Optional: Enter a value for unit label only if you use central
station communication.
5. Select EXIT to return to the Main window.
6. Exit the ADM/DIS or ALARMS window.
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Section 2 Service Windows
Creating Custom Profiles The default mode you last completed is the default patient size for
custom defaults. If you want a different default size mode, change the
order in which the monitor saves alarm limits.
In the example below, the first patient size setting created is
NEONATE. Update the custom default alarm limits for the pediatric
and adult modes by repeating the steps in this procedure, two more
times, once for PEDIATRIC and once for ADULT as the patient size
setting.
ACCESSING THE DEFAULTS DIALOG BOX
After setting the patient size (e.g., NEONATE), start from the main
window to access and set the defaults for your facilitys custom
profile:
1. Press and hold the DEFAULT button on the front panel for
approximately two seconds. The Set Unit Defaults dialog box
appears.
NOTE: If the Set Unit Defaults dialog box that prompts you to
enter a password did not appear, you did not hold the button in
properly. In this case, with the menu knob highlight and select
CANCEL or you could lose the settings you just created.
2. Enter the password LIA608 by doing the following:
Rotate the menu knob to select a character.
Press the menu knob to enter each character.
If you make a mistake, advance to the end of the password
and start over.
After you press the menu knob for the last character of the
password, the monitor indicates acceptance of the password
by displaying the Set Unit Defaults window.
When the Set Unit Defaults window displays, both SELECT
and CUSTOM DEFAULTS are highlighted.
Figure 2-11: Set Profile Before Modifications
Section 2 Service Windows
Page 2-12 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
ENTERING THE NEW PROFILE TITLE
1. With both SELECT and CUSTOM DEFAULTS highlighted in the
Set Unit Defaults window, rotate the menu knob to highlight
EDIT and press to select.
As you rotate the menu knob, CUSTOM DEFAULTS remains
highlighted.
The first letter of CUSTOM DEFAULTS is highlighted.
2. Change the label CUSTOM DEFAULTS (for example, to the title
FACILITY DEFAULTS) by doing the following:
With the letter C highlighted (the first letter of CUSTOM
DEFAULTS), rotate the menu knob to highlight the letter F
(the first letter of the example FACILITY DEFAULTS) and
press to select. The next letter automatically highlights.
Continue for the remaining letters of the new title.
After completing the last letter in the title (in this example, it
would be the letter S), press the menu knob until the entire
label name highlights. This indicates that the entry is
complete but not accepted.
ACCEPTING THE NEW PROFILE TITLE
1. To accept the new label name, rotate the menu knob to highlight
ACCEPT and press to select. The message Action Completed
appears.
Figure 2-12: Set Profile After Modifications
2. Press the menu knob. Your set of defaults are saved in memory.
3. Press the ON/OFF button on the front panel of the monitor to
turn off the power to the monitor.
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Section 3 Theory of Operation
Power Module The 8100E Series patient monitor employs a universal switching
power supply for international use.
In order to monitor the status of the line power, and condition of the
battery pack, the internal power supply circuitry drives several status
lines available to the main module. The power management/
watchdog circuit provides a low battery level detection mechanism
and a hardware-based check on software operation (watchdog timer).
Main CPU and System The microprocessor circuitry handles the Main Board computational
functions and provides integrated I/O functions, including timers, I/O
pins, serial interfaces, and analog I/O.
CONM Module The CONM module contains a microprocessor and associated
circuitry for NIBP. No electrical connection is made with the patient
from the monitor for NIBP. The vital signs parameters are passed to
the main module using a serial channel.
Vital Signs Module The vital signs module is a single printed circuit board with
connectors to the Main Board, the ECG input leads, the SPO
2

connector, and the temperature sensor. The vital signs module
contains a microprocessor, and associated circuitry for pulse
oximetry, temperature, ECG signals, and TTI respiration. ECG signals
can be either 3-lead single channel, or 5-lead triple channel. Patient
isolation for galvanic contact is required for the temperature and ECG
functions. Patient isolation for non-galvanic contact is required for the
pulse oximetry sensor. A CAN bus passes the vital signs parameters
to the main module.
The main module sends the vital signs module control information
and the vital signs module sends the main module waveforms and
hardware status. The communication cycle is 20 Hz for the vital signs
information from the VS module, twice a second for the status of the
VS module, and as needed for the control information from the
main module.
Speaker Driver The speaker drive circuit is a DAC controlling speaker volume and an
output pin to control frequency. A software-controlled timer generates
a square-wave signal that drives the speaker. Hence, any drive
frequency has harmonic components, and generates no pure tones.
Applicable standards recommend against the use of pure tones in
alarm situations to reduce the risk of an individual with a notch
hearing deficit missing an alarm.
Section 3 Theory of Operation
Page 3-2 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
ECG Module The ECG module monitors from either three-lead or five-lead surface
electrode configuration, providing one or three concurrent ECG
leadviews, respectively. The ECG module processing includes heart
rate, ECG lost, pacer pulse, and leadoff detection. The main software
is able to control lead, gain/scale, and filter selection, as well as pacer
mode operation. Shielding, both on the PCB and external to it,
reduces the impact of ESU noise on signal quality and heart rate
calculation. The following issues were important in the design of the
ECG module:
Diagnostic-quality signal bandwidth;
reliable beat detection and heart rate calculation;
ESU noise rejection;
pacemaker pulse detect; and
artifact rejection
The ECG module uses a differential amplifier to extract surface ECG
activity from a pair of electrodes. Input to the amplifier is protected
against damage from excessive voltages. Passive filtering reduces
high power RF interference from electrosurgical devices. Hardware
under software control performs filtering for monitor vs. diagnostic
modes, lead selection, lead off detection, and pacer pulse detection.
Software performs gain control, notch filtering to remove line
frequency interference, pacer artifact handling, noise detection, beat
detection, heart rate calculation, and serial (CAN bus)
communications.
Impedance Respiration The TTI respiration circuit uses a transformer to generate a low
current, high frequency stimulus through the Lead I electrodes. The
resulting voltage variations reflect impedance variations across the
thorax, which in turn reflect respiration activity (as well as other
phenomena including cardiogenic artifact and motion artifact).
The TTI respiration software performs low pass filtering, high pass
filtering, breath detection, and calculates breath rate.
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Section 3 Theory of Operation
Pulse Oximeter Module
(SpO
2
)
The pulse oximeter is based upon the principle of dual-wavelength
photoplethysmography. Red and infrared LEDs are alternately driven
to illuminate some (relatively well-perfused) tissue site, and a photo
detector receives either the transmitted or reflected light, resulting in
a current flow. This input signal is demultiplexed with sampling in the
monitor to separate the red and infrared components. The
wavelengths are chosen to permit discrimination of oxygenated and
deoxygenated hemoglobin, based on the difference in their
absorbance spectra.
In a pulse oximeter, a high-passed AC component is extracted from
each of the red and infrared signals, and digitally processed to detect
the pulsations corresponding to blood flow in the illuminated tissue.
The AC and DC components in red and infrared, measured near the
time of pulsation, are combined in a relatively simple ratiometric
formula (obtained, with many assumptions, by solving Beers law
equations with empirically derived coefficients) to yield a figure
proportional to SpO
2
. The pulse rate is also calculated from the pulse
intervals detected.
Temperature The temperature module measures probe resistance and uses an
internal data table for looking up temperature conversions.
Depending on the users selected settings the monitor calculates the
temperature in Fahrenheit or Celsius. The conversion value displays
on the video screen.
Communications The monitor provides two patient-isolated external RS-232 serial data
ports (TX, RX, and ground):
The DB-9 COM1 port is configured for compatibility with ASCII
printer applications.
The DIN-8 COM2 port is custom-configured with one pin
reserved for analog output.
The main module drives a patient-isolated external analog output. It
provides a 0 to 1 v output capable of driving a high-level input, such
as a defibrillator or chart recorder.
Printer The Main Board powers and controls the optional printer module. The
Main Board processes error messages from the Printer Board and
displays them on the screen. The internal printer module is a Sieko
LTP1245-type mechanism.
Section 3 Theory of Operation
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Block Diagram The following block diagram aids in tracing communication and data
routes within the system. Connection numbers are given to show the
relationship between the boards. The diagram is keyed to the theory
of operations found on the previous pages.
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Section 4 Cleaning and Disinfecting
Cleaning and
Disinfecting
Shock Hazard! Before cleaning a monitor and sensor, turn the
power off and disconnect the AC power cable.
Shock Hazard! Never immerse the monitor because the monitor
has an internal power source that is active even when the unit is
unplugged.
Do not use abrasive cleaners on the monitor or on any sensors or
probes. Abrasive cleaners damage the monitor, sensors, and probes.
With the exception of the display screen, wipe clean the exterior
surface of the monitor with alcohol. Dry it with a soft, dry cloth.
Because paper towels or tissues can scratch the surface of the
display, use a cotton cloth to clean the monitor.
Do not use full-strength alcohol on the display screen. Repeated use
of strong cleaners damages the screen. Clean the display window by
wiping it clean with a soft, lint-free cloth sprayed with common glass
cleaner, however, do not spray glass cleaner directly on the display.
Pulse Oximeter Sensors
Do not immerse any Criticare pulse oximeter sensor connector
in any liquid because it damages the connector.
The SpO
2
sensor can be wiped clean with alcohol. Disinfect the SpO
2

sensor by placing the paddles and cable in a 2% glutaraldehyde
solution. Only the sensor paddles and cable are placed in the
solution.
Blood Pressure Cuffs You can clean the reusable blood pressure cuff by wiping it with a
damp cloth or sponge. If necessary, disinfect the cuff by wiping it with
70% alcohol, mild bleach solution, or other disinfectant.
Disposable blood pressure cuffs are for single patient use and are not
intended to be disinfected.
You can sterilize the cloth cuff and neoprene bag with commercially
available disinfectants such as ethylene oxide (EtO). Rinse
thoroughly to remove residual disinfectants. Do not allow liquids to
enter the neoprene bag. The cloth cuff can also be sterilized in an
autoclave.
WARNING ! !
CAUTION ! !
Section 4 Cleaning and Disinfecting
Page 4-2 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
If the cuffs become grossly soiled with blood or other body fluids, you
should launder the cloth cuffs by hand or machine. You can launder
or sterilize the dacron cloth cuff by first removing the neoprene
inflation bag. Feed the inflation tube back through the hole and then
pull out the cloth flap.
Figure 4-1: Remove Inflation Bag from Cuff
Roll up the inflation bag and slide it out the open slot in the cloth cuff.
The following laundering precautions apply only to non-disposable
cuffs. You should not launder disposable cuffs and neoprene inserts.
Remove the inflatable bag from the cuff before laundering or
sterilizing the cuff.
Close the Velcro

fastener before you launder the cuff.


Strong bleach solutions damage the cuff.
Temperatures over 275 F (135 C) damage the cuff.
Soaking the cuff in dark-colored solutions may stain or discolor
the cuff.
Hand laundering (as opposed to machine laundering) prolongs the
life of the cuff. Wash the cuff in warm, soapy water. Rinse the cuff
thoroughly. After you clean the cuff, allow the cuff to air dry, then
insert the inflation bag in the cuff.
ECG Cable You can clean the ECG cable and leads with alcohol. Do not immerse
the connections.
Flap
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Section 4 Cleaning and Disinfecting
Temperature Cable Clean the cable according to the hospital protocol for cleaning of
reusable equipment cables.
Typically this protocol consists of the following steps:
1. Disconnect the cable from the monitor and temperature sensor.
2. Wipe the cable with a nonabrasive cloth moistened with a mild
detergent and warm water or a disinfectant.
3. Dry thoroughly.
4. Do not use alcohol or solvents to clean the cable.
5. Do not allow the cable connectors and contact points to come in
contact with liquids.
6. Do not fully immerse the cable in liquids.
7. Do not autoclave or EtO sterilize the cable.
Section 4 Cleaning and Disinfecting
Page 4-4 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
Accidental Wetting
Shock Hazard! Because a monitor is an AC-powered
device, an immersed monitor presents a danger to
anyone who attempts to handle the device.
Immediately perform the following steps following an accidental
wetting of equipment:
1. Turn the power off. Disconnect the AC power cord from the
monitor.
2. If the monitor is monitoring a patient, transfer the patient to
another monitor as quickly as possible.
3. Use a clean, dry towel or cloth to remove the liquid from the
monitor housing.
4. A service technician should inspect the monitor as soon as
possible.
5. If the internal mechanism is saturated, allow the liquid to drain
out for 24 hours before shipping.
6. If liquid has entered the monitor, it must be dried and cleaned
internally. Full testing is required before you can use the
monitor. Contact the CSI service department as soon as
possible.
Time is critical. The longer any liquid remains in the monitor, the
more damage it can do. It is important to service the monitor
immediately after any liquid is spilled into it.
WARNING ! !
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Section 5 Preventative Maintenance
Incoming Inspection You must inspect monitors coming back from service for shipping
damage before you place them into operation just like newly
purchased monitors. The monitor should be free from dents, cracks,
or other physical damage. The quality inspection seal of the monitor
should be unbroken, indicating that the monitor has been tested
according to manufacturers specifications.
If further incoming inspection or testing is required, the manufacturer
recommends that you use the Alarms Verification (located in this
section) as an incoming inspection test. You can perform additional
electrical safety testing in this section as part of an incoming
inspection in accordance with the policies of the health care provider.
Maintenance Schedule
NOTE: For additional maintenance of the CO
2
module, see
Appendix A CO
2
Service.
Every Patient
Clean and disinfect the sensor cables and sensor.
Inspect the accessories and cables for damage.
Every Day
Charge the monitors battery.
Every 3 Months
Clean the exterior of the unit (or clean as needed).
Every Year
Perform the annual safety tests provided in this section.
Section 5 Preventative Maintenance
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Monitor Safety Testing You can perform the following tests as part of a periodic safety check.
The following safety tests are designed so that the monitors warranty
seal does not have to be broken. If the monitor fails any portion of
these tests, contact the CSI service department.
The contents of this section, Preventative Maintenance, include the
following verifications and safety tests:
Withstanding Voltage (Hi-Pot)
Electrical Leakage
Ground Continuity
Interface Inspection
Manual Controls Check
Alarm Verification
Vital Sign Modules Verification
ECG
SpO
2
NIBP
Temperature
Internal Printer
Communications
Battery and Power
Criticare recommends that you run a serviced monitor for 24 hours
before you perform the tests listed above and place the monitor back
into service.
Repaired modules could require more extensive testing than what is
shown in this list.
Always follow ESD precautions when performing a procedure
discussed in this section.
Because test procedures require working with exposed
electrical circuits, only experienced electrical or biomedical
technicians should perform the procedures.
After a monitor is altered through repair or hardware
adjustment, you must fully test it before use.
WARNING ! !
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Section 5 Preventative Maintenance
Equipment and Tools The following procedures assume that the technician has an ESD
safe workbench, a set of electronic hand tools, and a digital
multimeter with a 10 amp setting. At the beginning of each test,
special equipment can be listed. A variety of customized cables, clips,
and test fixtures are also needed to complete the tests. For more
information, contact the CSI Service Department.
Accessory Testing Check patient cables (e.g., temperature cables, printer cables)
monthly for damage, loose wires/connections, loose connectors,
cracked housing, etc.
Check the electrical safety of the power cord as part of the monitor
safety testing.
Check the cuffs for leakage as part of the NIBP verification.
Section 5 Preventative Maintenance
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Fuse Removal/
Replacement
There are two (2) AC power fuses located at the rear of the monitor
directly below the AC power entry socket.
United States monitors use 1A 250V Time Lag fuses.
International monitors used in 220-240 volt environments use
1A 250V Time Lag fuses.
1. Remove power cord.
2. Press in the side clips (at the same time) with a tool and lift out
the access cover. The two (2) fuse sockets are visible
.
Figure 5-2: Remove the Fuse Cover
Figure 5-3: Fuses Exposed
Clips
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Section 5 Preventative Maintenance
3. Gently pull the fuses out of the fuse cover assembly.
Figure 5-4: Fuses Pulled
4. Reassemble in reverse order.
For more information about troubleshooting power problems, refer to
Troubleshooting in Section 8.
Long-Term Monitor
and Battery Storage
No special preparation is necessary for long term storage of the
monitor. Although you do not have to remove the battery from the
monitor for long term storage, the battery drains to an unrecoverable
state after 3 months without periodic charging.
Monitor and
Accessories Disposal
At the end of its useful life, you can dispose of the monitor and its
accessories according to your institutions policies and procedures for
disposal of patient-contact medical waste.
Alternately, you can return the monitor and its accessories to
Criticare Systems, Inc., for safe disposal. The shipping address is:
Criticare Systems, Inc.
20925 Crossroads Circle, Suite 100
Waukesha, WI 53186
Section 5 Preventative Maintenance
Page 5-6 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
Electrical Safety
Testing
Perform this test each time you open the monitor housing and before
you use the monitor on patients.
Shock Hazard! Because dangerous and lethal voltages are
present during the withstanding voltage, leakage, and ground
continuity test, all leakage and voltage testing must be done
with the monitor housing in place. For complete information
about the proper operating and safety procedures, refer to the
nGenuity 8100E Series Patient Monitor Operators Manual.
Equipment Needed The following are needed to complete this procedure:
Kikusui TOS 8750 Withstanding Voltage Tester (or equivalent
Hi-Pot tester)
Withstanding Voltage
(Hi-Pot) Test Equipment
and Setup
The following test and set-up is for the Kikusui TOS 8750
Withstanding Voltage Tester. If you use an equivalent tester, use the
factory recommended test for that tester.
1. Test the Withstanding Voltage Tester by connecting the red and
black lead together. Set the voltage to 1000 VAC.
2. Set timer for 1 second and cutoff current for 1 milliamp.
3. Press the Test button. The NG light should come on.
If the NG light does not come on, do not continue with this test.
You must repair or replace the withstanding voltage tester.
WARNING ! !
CAUTION ! !
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Section 5 Preventative Maintenance
Withstanding Voltage
(Hi-Pot) Test Procedure
NOTE: For the following tests set the Hi-Pot unit as follows:
1. Connect the red lead of the Hi-Pot to Hot/Neutral and the black
lead to Chassis Ground (EPT). Set up the Hi-Pot per table
above to Memory #20. Verify Hi-Pot is now set to a Trip Current
of 1mA and test @2500VDC for 1 second.
2. Connect the red lead of the Hi-Pot to Hot/Neutral and the black
lead to ECG. Set up the Hi-Pot per table above to Memory #21.
Verify Hi-Pot is now set to a Trip Current of 1mA and test
@4242VDC for 1 second.
3. Connect the red lead of the Hi-Pot to Hot/Neutral and the black
lead to Temperature. Set up the Hi-Pot per table above to
Memory #21. Verify Hi-Pot is now set to a Trip Current of 1mA
and test @4242VDC for 1 second.
4. Connect the red lead of the Hi-Pot to Hot/Neutral and the black
lead to SpO
2
. Set up the Hi-Pot per table above to Memory #21.
Verify Hi-Pot is now set to a Trip Current of 1mA and test
@4242VDC for 1 second.
5. Connect the red lead of the Hi-Pot to Hot/Neutral and the black
lead to BNC. Set up the Hi-Pot per table above to Memory #21.
Verify Hi-Pot is now set to a Trip Current of 1mA and test
@2500VDC for 1 second
6. Connect the red lead of the Hi-Pot to Hot/Neutral and the black
lead to Nurse Call. Set up the Hi-Pot per table above to Memory
#21. Verify Hi-Pot is now set to a Trip Current of 1mA and test
@2500VDC for 1 second.
Memory #20 Memory #21
Arc Fail OFF OFF
Arc Sense 5 5
Ramp-HI OFF OFF
Charge LO 0.0 A 0.0 A
Dwell Time 1.0 sec. 1.0 sec.
Ramp Time 1.0 sec. 1.0 sec.
LO-Limit 0.0 A 0.0 A
HI-Limit 1000 A 1000 A
Voltage 2.500 KV 4.242 KV
Section 5 Preventative Maintenance
Page 5-8 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
Leakage Test Equipment
and Setup
Perform all testing with the cover on. The following test requires a
Dynatech 232D leakage tester or equivalent.
1. Perform a self-test, if applicable, on the DYNATECH 232D by
plugging it into 110 VAC outlet. Turn on the leakage tester. Set
the mode switch to self test. Display should read 1000 20 and
the CURRENT SOURCE ACTIVE lamp should be on.
If these conditions are not met, do not continue with this test.
2. Set the mode switch on the Dynatech 232 to L1-L2 (line
voltage). The display should read the line voltage 10%. Set the
mode switch to L1-GND. The display should read no more than
5% of L1-L2 on a grounded power system. Set the mode switch
to L2-GND.
NOTE: This should read about the same as the L1-L2 reading
for a grounded system.
Leakage Test Procedure The monitor must be powered up during all of the isolation tests.
1. Set the mode switch on the Dynatech 232 to L1-L2. The display
should read the line voltage 10%. Set the mode switch to L1-
GND. The display should read no more than 5% of L1-L2 (line
voltage) on a grounded power system. Set the mode switch to
L2-GND. This should read about the same as the L1-L2 reading
for a grounded system.
2. Turn the mode switch to CASE LEAKAGE GROUND
CONDUCTOR. Connect the AC cord from the Dynatech 232D to
the 8100E(P) and turn on the unit. With the POLARITY switch in
the NORMAL position, Press OPEN GROUND and monitor the
readout for less than 500 A.
Verify that the green AC LED lights up on the front membrane.
NOTE: The 8100E Series monitor must be powered up during
all of the isolation tests.
3. Change the polarity switch to the REVERSE position, press
OPEN GROUND and monitor the meter for less than 500 A.
4. With the POLARITY switch in the NORMAL position, press
OPEN NEUTRAL and OPEN GROUND switches and monitor
the meter for less than 1 mA.
5. Change the POLARITY switch to the REVERSE position and
press the OPEN NEUTRAL and OPEN GROUND switches and
monitor the meter for less than 1 mA.
CAUTION ! !
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6. Connect a Dynatech 232 or equivalent to the 8100E Series
monitor using the 5 lead ECG cable marked Cat 1075/S.
Change the MODE switch to ECG. For the rest of the Leakage
test insure that the leads are dressed away from the ground
planes and the AC power cords and the chassis. Set the LEADS
selector switch to ALL TO GND. Set the POLARITY switch to
NORMAL. Monitor the meter for less than 5 A.
7. Set the POLARITY switch to REVERSE and monitor the meter
for less than 5 A.
8. Set the POLARITY switch to NORMAL and press the OPEN
NEUTRAL switch and monitor the meter for less than 10 A.
9. Set the POLARITY switch to REVERSE and press the OPEN
NEUTRAL switch and monitor the meter for less than 10 A.
10.Set the POLARITY switch to NORMAL and press the OPEN
GROUND switch and monitor the meter for less than 10 A. For
inline voltages of 264V, meter for less than 20A.
11.Set the POLARITY switch to REVERSE and press the OPEN
GROUND switch and monitor the meter for less than 10 A. For
inline voltages of 264V, meter for less than 20A.
12.Turn the LEADS selector switch to the ISO Position. Turn the
POLARITY switch to NORMAL, press the ISO TEST button, and
monitor the meter for less than 20 A. For inline voltages of
264V, meter for less than 50A.
13.Keep the power cord plugged into the unit under test and the
Dynatech. Unplug the 8100E Series ECG cable from the 8100E
Series monitor. Unplug the ECG test leads from the Dynatech.
Connect the SpO
2
cable end to any of the BROWN ECG test
terminals on the Dynatech. Connect the other end to the SPO2
connector on the monitor under test. MODE switch should be on
ECG. Change the LEADS switch to ISO. Set the POLARITY
switch to NORMAL. Press the ISO button and monitor the meter
for less than 20 A. For inline voltages of 264V, meter for less
than 50A.
14.Keep the power cord plugged into the monitor under test and
the Dynatech. Unplug the SpO
2
cable from the 8100E Series
monitor. Unplug the test leads from the Dynatech. Connect the
Temp cable end to any of the BROWN ECG test terminals on
the Dynatech. Connect the other end to the TEMP connector of
the monitor under test. MODE switch should be on ECG.
Change the LEADS switch to ISO. Set the POLARITY switch to
NORMAL. Press the ISO button and monitor the meter for less
than 20 A. For inline voltages of 264V, meter for less than
50A.
15.Verify the green AC LED lights up on the front membrane.
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Ground Continuity Test This portion of the test requires a ROD-L Model 25 Ground Continuity
Tester, or equivalent.
Do the following before turning on the ground tester:
1. Set the ground continuity tester to the resistance trip point
setting of 0.1 ohms.
2. Set test time of 6 seconds. Set the tester to ground test only. Set
the test current to 25 AMPs.
3. Turn on the ground tester.
4. Plug in the AC cord from the ground continuity tester to the
monitor being tested.
5. Connect the ground cable to the chassis ground on the rear of
the monitor.
6. Press the Reset button on the tester. Press the Start button.
7. The monitor passes if the Fail Light does not come on or if the
resistance does not exceed 0.1 ohms during the test.
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Functional Testing
Interface Inspection This procedure is for the monitors TFT active display.
1. Verify that a readable screen displays. For a guide to proper
screen layout, refer to the nGenuity 8100E Series Patient
Monitor Operators Manual for sample screens.
2. Verify that the screen display is clear and bright when you
directly face the monitor.
Manual Controls Check 1. Verify that rotating the menu knob moves the cursor through the
menu items. Verify that when you press the menu knob on a
highlighted menu item the monitor displays a sub-menu.
2. Use the menu knob to enter the CONFIG window and set the
date and time for the real time clock.
3. Press the FREEZE key. Verify that you get an audible response
from the speaker. Press the FREEZE key again to unlock the
waveforms.
4. Press the TREND key. Verify that you get an audible response
from the speaker. A Trend window appears on the display. Press
the TREND key again to close the Trend window. (Or optionally,
press and hold the TREND key to open the TYPE/INTERVAL/
SCREEN menu that you close by selecting EXIT.)
5. Press the STANDBY key. Verify that you get an audible
response from the speaker. A standby confirmation menu
should appear. Highlight NO and press menu knob to exit.
6. Press the DEFAULT key. Verify that you get an audible response
from the speaker. The Custom Default menu appears. Select
CANCEL and then press menu knob when No action taken is
highlighted to exit.
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Alarms Verification To verify the alarm circuitry for SpO
2,
perform the following
procedure.
1. In the PARAMS window turn off all monitoring modules except
for SpO
2
. Set the display to show a plethysmograph waveform.
2. In the PARAMS window set the SpO2 Low Limit Alarm setting to
HIGH. This sets the alarm priority for only this alarm parameter.
3. Use an SpO
2
simulator to set the monitor to display the
plethysmograph waveform. Confirm the heart rate and
saturation reading.
4. In the ALARMS window adjust the SpO
2
low alarm level above
the saturation reading to cause an alarm condition.
5. Verify that the message LOW SPO2 appears at the top of the
waveform channel in red letters.
6. Verify that you get an audible response. The alarm should be a
high priority alarm tone consisting of 3 beeps followed shortly by
two beeps.
7. In the PARAMS softkey window, change the SpO2 Low Limit
Alarm setting to MEDIUM.
8. Verify that the message LOW SPO2 appears at the top of the
waveform channel in yellow letters.
9. Verify that you get an audible response. The alarm should be a
medium priority alarm tone consisting of 3 beeps.
ALARM VOLUME TEST
1. From the ALARMS window, vary the ALARM VOLUME through
the ranges, from OFF to 10. Verify that the speaker volume
changes according to the setting of the ALARM VOLUME.
2. Press the alarm SILENCE key once. Verify that the low heart
rate alarm stops for 2 minutes and that the 2-minute Alarm
Silence icon appears in the system status area of the screen.
3. Press and hold the alarm SILENCE key for at least 2 seconds.
Verify that the low heart rate alarm stops and the Alarm
Suspend icon appears in the system status area of the screen.
Printer Check The printer only prints if the green battery light is ON or the AC
(mains) cord is plugged in.
1. Lift the paper feed lever up and insert paper. Close the lever and
the paper should automatically feed.
2. In the PRINT window, set the Print Type to Tabular. Press the
PRINT key on the front of the monitor.
3. Verify that the correct date and time print.
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Module Verification
ECG Verification This test requires a Dynatech Nevada Model 300 simulator, or
equivalent.
1. Select the menu to set up for ECG PARAMS to 5-Lead, ECG
ON, Filters: MONITOR, SENSITIVITY to HIGH.
2. Insert a shorted ECG cable into the ECG connector. Use the
menu knob to enter the DISPLAY window. Set the following and
use the current defaults for the size. They are 25MM except
waveform 3:
Waveform 1 ECG I x 4.0 25.0
Waveform 2 ECG II x 4.0 25.0
Waveform 3 ECG V x 4.0 25.0
3. Exit the DISPLAY window. Verify that the baselines are
centered. Verify that the base line signal is no greater than 3
pixels in height. Select the most solid line as the reference line
and verify that this reference is less than 3 pixels from the ECG
y-axis center line. If they are not, adjust pots R12 (Waveform 1),
R110 (Waveform 2) and R108 (Waveform 3). Remove the
shorted cable.
4. Verify that the message LEADS OFF appears at the top of the
window when no cable is connected.
5. Connect the 3-lead ECG patient cable CAT 1075/S to the ECG
cable assembly, and use a Dynatech Nevada Model 300
simulator to turn on (ECG) normal sinus, 60BPM, amp 1.0mV,
axis int. Respiration rate 20, and the impedance set for 0.5
ohms, and base impedance for 2K.
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6. Rotate the menu knob to select PARMETERS and press to
enable the menu. Select ECG for (3 LEADWIRE). Set the
monitor for LEAD II waveforms.
Check the following lead configurations for following items:
heart rate 60 3 BPM,
RESPIRATION RATE of 20 2 breaths per minute and
correct waveform.
7. Use the Electrode status error messages on the CRT to perform
a lead off check in LEAD II.
a. (LL) Red LL LEAD OFF
b. (LA) Black LEADS OFF
c. (RA) White RA LEAD OFF
8. Connect all the leads back on the simulator and select ECG to
5-lead. Set the monitor for LEAD II waveforms. Disconnect the
following leads one at a time and look for the proper status error
message and for the waveform to continue or flatline.
Reconnect the lead and the message should disappear and the
waveform should return, if it flatlined.
a. (V1) Brown V LEADS OFF
b. (LL) Red LL LEADS OFF
c. (LA) Black LA LEADS OFF
d. (RA) White RA LEADS OFF
e. (RL) Green LEADS OFF
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9. Check the following lead configurations for following items:
Heart rate 60 3 BPM,
resp. rate 20 2 BPM and
correct waveforms.
10.Verify that the respiration rate changes from 20 to 30bpm, when
changing on the MED SIM 300.
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11.Rotate the menu knob to highlight Display and press to select.
Under waveforms 3-6, Select:
RESP as TYPE,
GAIN as 1.0,
SWEEP as 25MM/SEC and size.
The size might not be changeable on some waveforms. Select
Exit and verify that a non symmetrical sine wave displays on the
window.
12.Set the Dynatech MED SIM300 to a heart rate of 300BPM.
Verify that the ECG HR reads 300BPM 1BPM.
13.Turn off the simulator and verify that the message ECG LOST
appears at the top of the window.
14.Turn the simulator back on and set the simulator for 60BPM,
LEAD II and verify that the gain settings are effective at x.5, x2,
and x4 for 1mv ECG input.
15.Select on the simulator for ECG performance. Cursor through
the menu until you obtain and execute twice the PACED
RYTHMS. Verify that PACE is turned on in the menu screen of
the 8100. You should see white spikes on the waveform and
75BPM.
16.Select ECG on the simulator, select base, then BPM, and 60.
This gives a normal sinus rhythm at this time. Select ECG, then
ARRH, then VNT2, and then VFIB. The unit should detect an
erratic baseline and display the message ECG LOST.
ECG Analog Output Test You need a MedSim 300 patient simulator to perform this procedure.
1. Connect a BNC cable with 0.1uf CAP signal-to-ground from the
ECG BNC on the monitor to an input channel on an
oscilloscope.
2. Select and press the PARAMS softkey.
3. Set Filter to Diagnostic and ECG Sensitivity to Medium.
4. Select and press the DISPLAY softkey.
5. Set Waveform 1 for ECG Lead II (ECG II) on the screen.
6. Set the MedSim 300 patient simulator for tri s10 (triangle
waveform).
7. Verify that the baseline is zero and signal is a peak-to-peak
voltage of 1.2V (0.2).
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Diagnostic, Monitor, and
ST Filter Mode Tests
1. In the PARAMS menu, set FILTER to DIAGNOSTIC. On the
simulator, select PERF under ECG, then WAVE, and then "s10"
(10 Hz sine wave). Verify on the monitor that the S40 simulator
sine wave signal displayed has amplitude no less than 0.95 X
s10 (10 Hz sine wave). To accomplish this, measure the peak-
to-peak amplitude of the 10 Hz sine wave in waveform, then
measure the peak-to-peak amplitude of the 40 Hz sine wave.
There shall be no more than a 5% decrease (40 Hz amplitude =
or > 0.95 X 10 Hz amplitude).
2. Select MONITOR filtering. The 40 Hz sine wave displayed on
the monitor display shall be 0.70 X the input amplitude in mV
when the simulator is set to s10 (10 Hz sine wave). Measure
as described in the previous step.
3. Select ST filtering. The 40 Hz sine wave displayed on the
monitor shall be 0.70 X the input amplitude when the simulator
is set to s10 (10 Hz sine wave). Measure as described in the
previous step. Set FILTER back to DIAGNOSTIC.
4. On the simulator, use the > arrow to select "s0.05" for a 0.05 Hz
sine wave. In the monitor's DISPLAY menu select a sweep
speed of 12.5 mm/sec. The 0.05 Hz sine wave shall be 0.70 X
the input amplitude as displayed on the monitor when the
simulator is set to s10 (10 Hz sine wave). Measure as
described in the previous step.
5. Select MONITOR filtering. The 0.05 Hz sine wave is no longer
present (flat baseline). On the simulator, select s0.5 (0.5 Hz
sine wave) and verify that a 0.5 Hz sine wave with amplitude
equal to 0.70 X the 10 Hz sine wave amplitude is present. Set
the simulator back to s0.05.
6. Select ST filtering. The 0.05 Hz sine wave should have an
amplitude equal to 0.70 X the 10 Hz sine wave amplitude. Set
the FILTER back to DIAGNOSTIC. Select 10Hz on the
simulator.
7. Turn off the simulator, Verify that the message ECG LOST
appears at the top of the screen.
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SpO
2
Verification The following test requires a SmartSat SpO
2
analyzer. If you service
the monitor (i.e., you open the housing), use the longer SpO
2

Performance test. For more information, refer to DOX SpO2
Performance Testing on page 6-3.
NOTE: For older revision SmartSat analyzers that do not have a
Model 8100 selection, use the general Criticare selection in the
SmartSat simulator. Check the SpO
2
value of 52% (3%) with the
analyzer set to 42%.
1. Verify that the message SPO2: NO SENSOR appears when
there is nothing connected to the SpO
2
connector.
2. Verify that the message SPO2: HIGH AMBIENT appears by
introducing a higher than normal amount of ambient light on the
SPO2 sensor detector. Verify the message disappears within 10
seconds after you remove the ambient light.
3. Verify that the message SPO2: SENSOR appears when you
plug the finger sensor in, but without a finger actually inserted
into the sensor.
4. Use an SpO
2
finger sensor and verify that the heart rate and
plethysmograph operation display on the LEDs within 15
seconds. Verify that SpO
2
error messages do not appear (alarm
violations can occur depending on individual readings and
monitor set-up).
5. Verify the LCD displays a plethysmograph waveform. Connect
cable CAT 931A to COM2. Plug BNC-A of the cable into a
oscilloscope channel. In the CONFIG window, ANALOG OUT
SELECT, select PLETH. Use the SpO
2
finger sensor to verify
that the SpO
2
waveforms appear on the scope. The waveform
should be centered on 0 volts and register 1 volt peak-to-peak.
Remove the CAT 931A cable.
6. Verify that the pulse tone increases as you change the tone from
1 to 10 in the Alarm Setting window.
7. Use an optical load to simulate a small signal and verify that the
message SPO2: SEARCH or LOST appears after search delay
time 5 seconds. (An optical load that can be used for this test
is a foam peanut used for packing.)
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NIBP Verification The NIBP verification requires Dynatech Nevada NIBP Analyzer, or
equivalent.
Connect the 8100E Series monitor to a Dynatech Nevada NIBP
Analyzer set for the following operation.
NIBP Analyzer Settings
Adult 120/80 (90); Heart Rate 80 bpm
Neonate 80/50 (62); Heart Rate 80 bpm
Pressure Adjustments: Gain 100%; Shift 4
1. Use the T-connection with the dummy cuffs for these tests.
Connect them to the 0-300 mmHg port of the NIBP analyzer.
2. Connect the monitor to an AC (mains) power source and turn on
the monitor.
3. Press the monitors NIBP CYCLE/STAT key. The monitors cycle
time window appears.
4. Select the NIBP Cycle Time to two minutes.
120/80 OPERATION SETTING
1. In the monitors ADM/DIS window set the Patient Size to Adult
mode.
2. Connect the NIBP hose to the fitting on the monitor.
3. Press and hold the NIBP key.
4. Allow the monitor to take at least four (4) readings. Calculate the
average of the four (4) readings and verify that each reading
does not vary by more than 4% or 4mmHg (whichever is
greater) from the calculated average. Each reading shall not
vary more than 8 mmHg from the simulator setting.
5. Recalibrate the monitor if necessary.
80/50 OPERATION SETTING
1. Set the monitor to the Neonate mode.
2. To verify STAT mode operation, press and hold the NIBP
CYCLE/STAT key.
3. Allow the monitor to take at least four (4) readings. Calculate the
average of the 4 readings and verify that each reading does not
vary by more than 4% or 4mmHg (whichever is greater) from
the calculated average. Each reading shall not vary more than 8
mmHg from the simulator setting.
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Temperature Verification This section requires the use of a Fogg TP400/700 simulator. This
simulator is available from Fogg Company Systems, Inc. Or an
equivalent simulator may be used.
1. Select Temperature ON from the PARAMS window and TEMP
F/C: (Centigrade). Connect the temperature to TEMP on the
monitor. Insert the simulator (TP 400).
2. Verify that simulator settings correctly display for all
temperatures that range from 20 C to 45 C with accuracy of
0.1 C.
3. Verify that the message TEMP INVALID appears when the
temperature is at 0 for TEMP.
4. Select Temperature ON from the menu setup and TEMP F/C:
(Centigrade). Connect the temperature to TEMP on the unit.
Insert the simulator (TP 700).
5. Verify that simulator settings correctly display for all
temperatures that range from 20 C to 45 C with accuracy of
0.1 C. Verify that TEMP INVALID appears when the
temperature is at 0.
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Communication Testing
Nurse Call This test requires the use of a Nurse Call fixture. This fixture may be
created by using the schematic below:
1. Connect the Smart Sat and monitor all levels.
2. Connect the Nurse Call fixture into the back of the monitor while
the Smart Sat simulator runs.
3. Create an alarm state with the Smart Sat, and verify that the
lights on the Nurse Call fixture go on.
4. Press the Alarm Silence button, and verify that 2 minutes
appears at the top of the display and the lights on the Nurse Call
fixture go off and remain so for two (2) minutes while the in the
alarm state.
5. Press and hold the Alarm Silence button. The Nurse Call fixture
should go off and remain off regardless of changing alarm
states.
NOTE: While in the 2 minute Alarm Silence, if the alarm states
change, the Nurse Call fixture lights will come back on. While in
permanent alarm silence, the lights on the Nurse Call fixture
should remain off regardless of changing alarm states.
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Alligator clips to
connect to battery 1/8 Mini stereo plug
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Battery and Power
Testing
This procedure provides a method of testing the power regulation and
battery charging circuits of the main board. This test does not require
you to open the monitor housing and break the warranty seal.
Shock Hazard! Do not attempt to power the monitor with an
external DC source, while sensors are attached to a person.
Always use vital signs simulators when using alternate power
sources during testing.
If voltages exceeding those listed are applied, permanent
damage will occur.
Test the Battery 1. Set a power supply to 13VDC (0.25VDC). Attach the power
supply module to the battery terminals of the monitor under test.
Turn on the monitor under test and verify that the green battery
icon is present.
2. Lower the voltage with the adjustment of the power supply to a
voltage of between 11.55 and 11.40 VDC and verify a yellow
battery icon appears.
3. Lower the voltage to between 11.30 and 10.50 VDC and verify
that a black battery icon appears.
4. Continue to decrease the voltage and verify that the unit shuts
down at 10.2 VDC (0.5VDC).
WARNING ! !
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Functional and Safety
Testing Checklist
Functional and Safety Testing Checklist (Page 1 of 2)
SERIAL NUMBER ______________________________
Tester_____________________ DATE ______________
SOFTWARE REV. MAIN_______ SOFTWARE REV. CONM_______ SOFTWARE REV. VSM _____
PASS FAIL
Verify 1 Amp fuses ______ ______
Verify Ground Continuity ______ ______
Verify Hi-Pot:
Hot/Neutral to EPT @ 2500VDC ______ ______
Hot/Neutral to ECG @ 4242VDC ______ ______
Hot/Neutral to Temperature @4242VDC ______ ______
Hot/Neutral to Spo2 @4242VDC ______ ______
Hot/Neutral to BNC @2500VDC ______ ______
Hot/Neutral to Nurse Call @2500VDC ______ ______
Verify Leakage:
Self test 1000 20 ______ ______
Line voltage on Dynatech 232 ______ ______
Case leakage GND Con Ext. OPEN GND NORMAL<500A ______A _____A
Case Leakage GND CON OPEN GND REVERSE <500 A ______A _____A
Open Neutral Open GND Normal <1mA ______A _____A
Open Neutral Open GND Reverse <1mA ______A _____A
ECG Mode to GND Normal <5UA ______A _____A
ECG Mode to GND Reverse <5UA ______A _____A
Open Neutral Normal < 10UA ______A _____A
Open Neutral Reverse <10uA ______A _____A
Open GND Normal <10uA for 120V input
(<20A if line voltage is 264V) ______A _____A
Open GND Reversed <10A for 120V input
(<20A for 264V line voltage) ______A _____A
ISO test ECG Normal <20A for120V input
(<50A if line voltage is 264V) ______A _____A
ISO test SPO2 Normal <20A for 120V input
(<50A @ 264V line voltage) ______A _____A
ISO test Temp Normal <20A for 120V input
(<50A @ 264V line voltage) ______A _____A
Verify AC light is on ______ ______
Verify that the SPO2 Smart Sat is operational ______ ______
Verify that Nurse Call is operational ______ ______
Verify that Alarm Volume is increases ______ ______
Verify 2 min ALARM SILENCE ICON ______ ______
Verify ALARM OFF ______ ______
Verify correct software revision ______ ______
Verify correct serial number and software ______ ______
Connect to computer using COM 1 ______ ______
Connect download cable ______ ______
Cal 0 for NIBP ______ ______
Verify communication with Calibration Program ______ ______
Accepted calibration for 0 ______ ______
Accuracy readings are within 2% or 3 in. hg. ______ ______
Verify the Speed Test (12-15 s inflate, <10 s deflate) ______ ______
Verify that the Leak Test < 4mmHg/min ______ ______
Timeout for Adult ______ ______
Verify Leak Test Neonate (<4mmHg/min) ______ ______
Verify timeout Neonate ______ ______
Safety Test Adult ______ ______
Safety Test Neonate ______ ______
Adult Reading on 2 min (4 readings) ______ ______
______________ ______________ ______________ ______________
Neonate Reading on STAT MODE (4 readings) ______ ______
______________ ______________ ______________ ______________
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Functional and Safety Testing Checklist (Page 2 of 2)
PASS FAIL
Monitor powers up on Battery only ______ ______
ON Current Base < 1400mA ______ ______
Verify that charging works on BATT ______ ______
Verify GREEN BATTERY ICON ______ ______
Verify YELLOW BATTREY ICON ______ ______
Verify BLACK BATTERY ICON ______ ______
Verify SHUTDOWN @ 10.0 (0.5) VDC ______ ______
If active is connected, full view is readable ______ ______
Verify that the display meets the criteria ______ ______
Verify SPO2 NO SENSOR ______ ______
Verify SPO2 HIGH AMBIENT ______ ______
VerifySPO2 SENSOR ______ ______
Verify SPO2 Readings with HR ______ ______
Verify PULSE TONE ______ ______
Verify SPO2 SEARCH OR LOST ______ ______
Verify Temp Accuracy 20 to 45 degrees C TP400 ______ ______
Verify Temp Accuracy 20 to 45 degrees C TP700 ______ ______
Verify Temp INVALID for both ______ ______
Verify baselines are set @ x4 and no more than 3 pixels ______ ______
Verify LEADS OFF message ______ ______
Verify 3-Lead operation for LEAD I, II, III,
verify 60bpm and 20bpm for respiration ______ ______
Correct leads off message in Lead II ______ ______
Correct Lead off messages for five lead ______ ______
Verify 5-lead operation for I, II, III, AVL, AVR, AVF, V ______ ______
Verify Respiration @ 20 BPM ______ ______
Verify Respiration waveform ______ ______
Verify the HR @300 BPM ______ ______
Verify that the gain works @. 5mv, 2mv, & 4mv ______ ______
Verify Pace detect is functional @ 75BPM ______ ______
Verify ECG LOST is detected from VFIB ______ ______
Verify that ECG out works from J11 ______ ______
Verify Sine wave < 5% decrease ______ ______
Verify sine wave in Monitor Mode ______ ______
Verify sine wave in ST filtering ______ ______
Measure the sine wave @.05Hz ______ ______
In Monitor mode @ .5Hz ______ ______
Verify ST mode @.05Hz ______ ______
Verify ECG LOST when the simulator is turned off ______ ______
Verify encoder works ______ ______
Verify time & date are set ______ ______
Verify that FREEZE button is operational ______ ______
Verify that the TREND button works ______ ______
Verify that the STANDBY button works ______ ______
Verify that the DEFAULT button works ______ ______
Verify that printer paper feed works. ______ ______
Verify that printer is operational ______ ______
Verify external monitor is functional ______ ______
Verify that serial number is correct ______ ______
Verify all hardware is tight and properly sealed ______ ______
CERTIFICATION THAT THE UNIT IS FUNCTIONING PROPERLY.
NAME ___________________DATE_________________________________________
CERTIFICATION OF FUNCTIONAL AND SAFTEY TESTING
TECHNICIAN ______________________________________DATE______________
This checklist may be copied as needed to record field testing
Criticare Systems, Inc. nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Page 6-1
Section 6 Service Testing and Calibration
Field Service Testing
Safety
Service testing procedures require working with exposed
electrical circuits and should only be attempted by experienced
electrical or biomedical technicians.
When a monitor is altered through repair or hardware
adjustment, it should be fully tested before use.
Always follow ESD precautions when performing any procedure
discussed in this section.
The manufacturer recommends that a serviced monitor be
allowed to run for 24 hours before the monitor is placed back
into operation.
Modules and PCBs that have been repaired may require more
extensive testing than what is described in this manual.
The pre-assembly testing of printed circuit boards (PCBs) is not
covered in this manual. Disassembly of surface mounted components
on PCBs is not recommended. Tests provided here are only for the
identification of damaged or degraded PCBs.
WARNING ! !
CAUTION ! !
Section 6 Service Testing and Calibration
Page 6-2 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
Field Service Test
Matrix
Any time you open a monitors case you must perform electrical
safety tests before you return the monitor to operation. If you service
the monitor, you should also perform the functional tests.
You should perform additional tests that are specific to modules and
assemblies when you service, adjust, calibrate, or disassemble
assemblies. See the following table.
Field Calibration
Procedures
Some of the following procedures require specialized equipment that
could be available only to larger service facilities.
Criticare recommends that NIBP calibration and calibration of the
ECG/Analog Board be performed at CSI authorized service facilities.
NOTE: For testing and calibration of the CO
2
module, see
Appendix A CO
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Software Download
Annual Safety Test














Required Test
Recommended Test


Field Service Testing
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Section 6 Service Testing and Calibration
DOX SpO
2

Performance Testing
This test requires a SmartSat Pulse Oximetry Analyzer, Model SS-
100A. The SmartSat is a programmable simulator and probe
analyzer. The SmartSat is the recommended device for testing the
DOX SpO
2
module. The SmartSat, model SS-100A, is available from
Clinical Dynamics Corp. of Wallingford, CT.
The SmartSat comes standard with Lemo style connections. The Cat.
No. 913A adapter that converts Lemo to DB-9 style SpO
2

connections is needed for the 8100E Series. The analyzer also has a
custom port designed for testing DOX SpO
2
sensors.
Programming the
SmartSat Analyzer
The SmartSat can be used for spot checking SpO
2
values using the
manual settings. The manufacturer recommends using a timed and
programmed sequence to ensure that there is optimal performance.
For older revisions of SmartSat Analyzer that does not have a
program for the Model 8100E monitor, program the SmartSat as
specified below. Verify that the monitor's display value matches the
corresponding value in the test procedure, not the program settings.
AUTO SEQ: MODEL 8100E Oximeter DOX
Step Time Mod Setting Rate
1 18s 5.00 99 40
2 20s 5.00 96 60
3 20s 5.00 89 80
4 20s 5.00 73 100
5 20s 5.00 52 120
6 20s 5.00 42 180
7 20s 5.00 26 300
8 END
Recent versions of the SmartSat Analyzer are pre-loaded with a
different program, but utilize the same test.
Test Procedure 1. Verify the SpO
2
module. (For verification, refer to SpO2
Verification on page 5-18.)
2. Attach the monitor to the SmartSat.
3. Start the SmartSat programmed sequence: SmartSat Auto
Sequence. Verify that the monitors reported SpO
2
values are
within the limits specified.
LevelSaturation(%)Limits(%) Heart Rate Limits
1 99 97 - 99 40 bpm 39-41 bpm
2 96 94 - 98 60 bpm 59-61 bpm
3 90 88 - 92 80 bpm 79-81 bpm
4 78 76 - 80 100 bpm 99-101 bpm
5 61 58 - 64 120 bpm 119-121 bpm
6 52 49 - 55 180 bpm 179-181 bpm
7 40 37 - 43 300 bpm 297-303 bpm
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Page 6-4 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
4. Even if the monitor fails only one level, rerun the sequence after
30 seconds. Only if the monitor is successful the second time,
do you pass the monitor.
5. If the monitor fails again, contact the CSI service department.
SpO
2
Board Test Values While the DOX SpO
2
Board is in operation, it should conform with the
following test values. The operational current draw of the board
should be less than 50 ma. Use TP4 as ground for each
measurement.
Test Point Signal Value
TP3 -5A -5V (0.05V)
C9(+) +10 +10V (0.20V)
TP2 +5D 5V (0.05V)
VR1 (4) -2.5VREF -2.5V (0.03V)
1. If the any of these values fail to test correctly, isolate the
problem to either the SpO
2
Board or the power supply circuits.
2. Remove the SpO
2
Board from the monitor.
3. Test the equivalent signals on the ECG/Analog Board circuits,
-5A, +10, +5D, -2.5VREF. See Assembly Tests on page 7-9.
4. If the values return to normal with the SpO
2
Board removed,
replace the SpO
2
Board.
NOTE: The ECG/Analog Board provides power to the SpO
2
Board.
The DOX SpO
2
Board can be replaced as a serviceable component.
The downloadable software settings associated with the SpO
2

module are stored on the ECG/Analog Board. No calibration or SpO
2

Board preparation is required.
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Section 6 Service Testing and Calibration
NIBP Calibration Equipment Required:
CAT #1320 kit, which includes: NIBP Service Program
(pn 97082A003, Rev. 2)
PC computer configured for use with CSI Service Software
8100 serial download cable, CAT #1320 (pn 90840A004)
700cc dummy cuff
ESD protected workbench
Digital reference manometer
Dynatech Nevada NIBP Analyzer
Installing the PC Service
Program
The NIBP Service Program is provided on a self-installing CD ROM
disk (pn 97082A003, Rev. 2). If the CD ROM does not run
automatically you may need to click on the CD ROM icon.
Run the auto-installation disk. The program NIBPSvc.exe will be
loaded into the Program Files directory. The new folders CSI\Tools
will be created. A launch icon will also be placed on the desktop of
the computer.
Configuring the Ports The Service Program is designed to operate using a serial COM1,
COM3 or COM4 port. If your computer uses USB ports instead of a
serial port an adapter will be required. The following adapters are
recommended:
IOmega USB to Serial/PDA Converter Cable (GUC232A)
Keyspan USB Serial Adapter (USA-19HS)
If COM1, COM3 or COM 4 is not available as a free port, the ports
will need to be reconfigured in the computers device manager. Go to
Control Panel\System\Hardware and select Device Manager. Select
Ports and reassign the alternate port or the USB to Serial Adapter to
COM1, COM3 or COM 4. For laptops using a USB adapter, select
COM4 or an alternate COM port as necessary.
Section 6 Service Testing and Calibration
Page 6-6 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
Calibration 1. Connect a serial download cable (P/N 90840A004) from the PC
serial port to COM2 (J10 on the Main Board).
2. Open the service tool on the computer. Select Start > Programs
> CSI NIBP Service > NIBPSvc. Close the disclaimer dialogue
box.
3. Select COM1 for the port and select 8100 Integrated NIBP for
the model. Click on OK.
4. Click on Connection and select Open in Service Mode.
5. Press the nGenuity 8100E monitor ON/OFF key to start the
monitor.
6. Connect a 700cc dummy cuff and manometer to the NIBP fitting
on the unit.
COM2
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Section 6 Service Testing and Calibration
7. Click on the Calibrate button to calibrate the NIBP module.
Figure 6-5: Select Calibrate
8. A box prompting you to attach the digital manometer and
dummy cuff will appear. Verify that the pressure at the cuff is
0mmHg 2mmHg. Click Next.
Figure 6-6: Verify Cuff Pressure
Section 6 Service Testing and Calibration
Page 6-8 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
9. Verify that the pressure at the cuff is 0mmHg 2mmHg. If the
pressure is not 2mmHg of zero, the main board must be
replaced. Click Next.
Figure 6-7: Verify Cuff Pressure
10.Check the cuff pressure as indicated on the service screen of
the computer with the pressure indicated on the digital
manometer. The cuff pressure should be within 0.5 mmHg of
each other. Use the up and down arrows to adjust the gain unit
until the pressures match each other. Click Finish.
Figure 6-8: Finish Calibration
11.A window will appear on the screen indicating that data is being
stored.
Figure 6-9: Storing Data
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Section 6 Service Testing and Calibration
12.A Positive Confirmation message will appear. Click Done.
Figure 6-10: Positive Confirmation Message
NOTE: If a confirmation fails, power cycle the monitor and
recalibrate.
If the zero base point is out of range, manually set the NIBP
module.
NIBP Performance 1. Restart the service program on the PC. Select Start > Programs
> CSI NIBP Service > NIBPSvc. Close the disclaimer dialogue
box.
2. Turn the monitors power on again and establish a new
communications link between the monitor and the PC service
program.
3. To perform the service test for speed, click on the Speed button,
then click on Start. When the unit passes the speed test, press
Done.
4. To perform the service test for leakage, click on the Leak button,
then click on Start. When the unit passes the leakage test, press
Done.
5. To perform the service test for inflation safety, click on the Safety
button, then click on Start. When the unit passes the safety test,
press Done.
6. Turn the monitor off. Click on Abort if an error message appears
on the computer once the monitor is off.
7. Exit the service program on the computer. Remove the
download cable. Click No to exit the program; click Yes to save
the data to a user-specified location.
Section 6 Service Testing and Calibration
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Temperature
Input Check
1. Connect the temperature simulator (TP400) to the TEMP
connector.
2. Verify the Temperature on the display is within 0.1 C for
temperature simulator settings of 20, 25, 30, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39,
40, and 45C.
3. Disconnect the Temperature simulator from the TEMP
CONNECTOR and verify that the Temperature on the display is
"---. -". Verify TEMP INVALID appears on the display.
4. Repeat steps 1-3 for temperature simulator (TP700).
5. Switch off the power. Disconnect all cables.
Criticare Systems, Inc. nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Page 6-11
Section 6 Service Testing and Calibration
Monitor Fault Testing The following procedures are used to determine whether boards and
assemblies are damaged. New boards and mechanical assemblies
should be tested as part of any replacement repair.
Board level tests require opening the monitor housing which can void
your product warranty.
Always follow ESD precautions when performing these procedures.
High Voltage! Board testing requires working with dangerous
voltages. The rear assembly, that contains the power supply
module, should only be serviced by experience electrical
technicians.
Power Supply Board Test 1. Remove the batteries from the monitor.
2. Open the case.
3. Follow the disassembly procedures (refer to Disassembly in
Section 7 in this manual) to expose the power module. Do not
remove the power module.
4. Disconnect the DC power cable at PS2 of the Main Board.
Leave the other end attached to the Power Supply Board.
5. Using a controlled AC source, apply 115 VAC at 60 Hz to the AC
receptacle. The source should be able to supply a minimum of 3
amps. (Use a power cable that has suitable connections to the
AC source.)
6. Measure the DC power cable end. The power module should
supply 15.3 VDC (0.1V).
7. Proceed to the next step if the voltage is within specification. If it
is a new board under test, it might not be calibrated. The trim
potentiometer on calibrated boards should be varnished or
otherwise sealed.
8. Reassemble the monitor.
DANGER ! !
Section 6 Service Testing and Calibration
Page 6-12 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
Main Board Testing Test the following conditions without batteries in the monitor.
1. Connect a 15.3VDC 3A power supply to connector PS2 on the
Main Board.
2. Insert an ammeter inline at PS1 on the Main Board.
3. Verify the quiescent current (the power is applied, but the power
control is in the OFF state) is less than 1ma. This quiescent
current decreases to less than 1ma in a very short period of
time. This must be done at the Battery connector. Remove the
ammeter.
4. Connect a speaker to J20 on the Main Board.
5. Connect a membrane switch to J7 on the Main Board.
6. Attach a menu knob to the main board at J8 on the Main Board.
7. Verify that the monitor turns on after pressing the ON/OFF key,
and that the following voltages are present:
Test Point Signal Value
TP21 +PWRUNSW +15.3V (0.5VDC)
TP4 +5D +5.0V (0.1VDC)
TP18 +5P +5.0V (0.1VDC)
TP1 +3.3D +3.3V (0.05VDC)
TP17 +8V +8.0V (0.25VDC)
TP7 -5A -5.0V (0.25VDC)
T13 +6.8 +6.8V (0.32VDC)
TP9 +5A +5.0V (0.3VDC)
TP14 +5VREF +5.0V (0.025VDC)
TP3 +5B +5.0V (0.25VDC)
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Section 7 Disassembly
Before You Begin
Tools Needed The following tools are needed to perform these procedures:
#0 phillips screwdriver
#1 phillips screwdriver
#2 phillips screwdriver
3/16 flat blade screwdriver
11mm deep dish socket and wrench
Before You Begin 1. Turn the monitor off.
2. Disconnect the AC (Mains) power cord and remove the battery.
The procedures presented in this section are intended to be
implemented by qualified biomedical engineering or field service
personnel for PCB assembly replacement.
The procedures presented in this section are not intended to be
used for component-level trouble shooting and repair of the PCB
assemblies. Only CSI service personnel are authorized to
perform component-level repair.
Possible safety hazard. Read the battery safety information
provided in Safety on page 1-16
Opening a monitor and breaking the quality seal can void your
manufacturer warranty! Before breaking the seal on a CSI
monitor, contact the CSI service department.
The repair procedures for the monitor are included here for the
determination of damaged or unusable assemblies. CSI does not
recommend attempting the field repair of the circuit boards.
Service Safety
The monitor contains an internal AC power supply that contains
potentially lethal voltages.
High Voltage! If the power supply is defective, replace the entire
Power Supply assembly.
WARNING ! !
CAUTION ! !
DANGER ! !
Section 7 Disassembly
Page 7-2 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
Electrostatic Discharge
Protection
The procedures in this section require handling of electrostatic
sensitive components. Microprocessors and other electronic
components can be permanently damaged by attempting repairs at
an unprotected workbench.
Use all electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection as described!
Perform the disassembly procedure on an antistatic mat that is
grounded. Check the ground cable to insure that it is connected
to a good earth ground.
Use a grounded soldering iron.
Wear a wrist-grounding strap.
Connect the wrist strap and mat through a resistor (1 megohm
typical) to the same ground source.
Test the wrist-ground straps on a daily basis.
Temporarily store components in metal or antistatic containers.
Do not store components in plastic dishes. Store circuit boards
in sealed antistatic bags or cover them in antistatic boxes. Do
not store electronic boards directly in cardboard boxes.
Disconnecting and
Replacing the Battery
Remove the Battery 1. Follow all ESD procedures as stated in Electrostatic Discharge
Protection on page 7-2.
2. Remove the two (2) screws (PHMS 4-40 x .500 SEMS;
pn 40995B003) from the battery door.
3. Remove the battery door (pn 45182B001) from the rear monitor
enclosure (pn 45179B001).
4. Unscrew battery bracket (pn 42634B002).
5. Label and remove the battery cables from the battery.
Reconnect or Replace
the Battery
1. Connect the battery cable to the battery:
Negative lead (black) to the negative (--) terminal of the
battery
Positive lead (red) to the positive (+) lead of the battery.
2. Replace battery bracket.
Wires must not route between battery and bracket.
3. Place the battery door (pn 45182B001) onto the rear enclosure
(pn 45179B001).
4. Insert the two (2) screws (PHMS 4-40 x .500 SEMS;
pn 40995B003) into the battery door and secure.
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Section 7 Disassembly
Printer Repair
Removing Printer
Assembly
1. Follow all ESD procedures as stated in Electrostatic Discharge
Protection on page 7-2.
2. Remove the battery following the instructions in Remove the
Battery on page 7-2.
3. Remove the two (2) screws (PHMS 4-40 x 0.312 SEMS;
pn 40995B001) holding the printer assembly (pn 92804A001) to
the monitor.
4. Label and remove the ribbon cable from the printer module.
5. Remove the module from the main monitor assembly.
Replacing Printer
Components
1. Remove the three (3) screws (pn 40995B005) holding the
Printer PCB to the assembly.
2. Disconnect Ribbon Cables J2 and J3.
3. Remove the Printer PCB (pn 91341A003) and set on an
ESD-safe mat. If only the Printer PCB needs to be replaced, go
to step #4.
4. If the print head needs to be replaced:
a. Remove the three (3) screws (pn 41458B001) and the two (2)
brackets (pn 45188B001 and pn 45189B001) holding the
print head in place.
b. Remove the print head (pn 84005B001).
c. Place the new print head into the printer assembly.
d. Reattach Ribbon Cables J2 and J3.
e. Reattach the brackets with the three (3) screws removed
earlier.
5. Place Printer PCB in the assembly and fasten with the three (3)
screws removed earlier.
Reattach the Printer
Assembly
1. Position the printer module assembly (pn 92804A001) over the
main monitor assembly.
2. Connect the ribbon cable to the printer module and insert the
module into the main monitor assembly with etch facing PCB.
3. Insert the two (2) screws (PHMS 4-40 x 0.312 SEMS;
pn 40995B001) and secure.
Section 7 Disassembly
Page 7-4 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
Front Main Chassis
Repair
Disassembly 1. Remove and retain encoder knob from front unit by rotating and
prying the knob off.
2. Remove and retain four (4) nylon screws (pn 42654B002) and
clear plastic insulator (pn 40083B002) from bottom of unit.
3. Remove and retain two (2) phillips flat head screws from bottom
of unit.
4. Remove and retain two (2) phillips flat head screws from rear of
unit near power entry module.
5. Remove and retain two (2) phillips pan head screws and battery
cover from rear of unit battery cover.
6. Remove and retain two (2) phillips pan head screws and either
printer or printer cover from rear of unit.
7. Disconnect printer cable from printer.
8. Remove and retain six (6) phillips head screws from around
edge of unit accessible from rear of unit.
9. Remove quality sticker from the unit.
PCB Replacement S
P
O
2
PCB
To replace the SpO
2
PCB assembly (pn 91339A001):
1. Label and disconnect the connectors at P1 and J1 on the SpO
2

PCB.
2. Remove the four (4) screws (PHMS 4-40 X 0.500;
pn 40995B003) holding the SpO
2
PCB to the chassis assembly.
3. Remove the SpO
2
PCB from the mounting plate
(pn 42636B001).
4. Position the new SpO
2
PCB over the bracket and connect it to
the SpO
2
-to-analog cable at P1.
5. Reattach the SpO
2
cable to the SpO
2
PCB at J1.
6. Place the SpO
2
PCB on the SpO
2
mount plate.
7. Secure the SpO
2
PCB to the mount plate with the four (4)
screws removed earlier.
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Section 7 Disassembly
SHIELDED ANALOG PCB
To replace the Shielded Analog PCB (pn 91353A003):
1. Remove the SpO
2
PCB assembly as described in SPO2 PCB
on page 7-4.
2. Label and disconnect all connectors. Remove four (4) screws
from the corners of the metal plate which the SpO
2
Board is
mounted on. Remove the plate.
3. Remove the four (4) spacers (pn 40909B002) that hold the
shielded analog PCB assembly.
4. Disconnect cables from P1 (ECG Cable) and P5 (Ribbon to
SpO
2
Board).
5. Remove the Shielded Analog PCB.
6. Reassemble in reverse order.
Be certain when installing the Shielded Analog PCB that P4
is fully seated to the main PCB.
If not seated properly, the unit will display a CONM H/W error
shortly after Power Up.
MAIN PCB
To replace the Main PCB (pn 91340A004):
1. Remove the four (4) screws (PHMS 4-40 X 0.312 SEMS;
pn 40995B001) that hold the chassis to the front enclosure.
Remove the monitor chassis assembly (pn 92803A001) from the
front enclosure.
2. Label and disconnect all connectors from rear Main PCB.
3. Remove the two (2) screws (PHMS 6-32 x 0.500;
pn 40496B004) and standoffs (F/F 6/32 X 0.625 HEX;
pn 42639B001) from the upper section of the main frame and
the upper section of the Main PCB. Retain the screws and
standoffs for reassembly.
4. Remove the four (4) screws (PHMS 6-32 X 0.250;
pn 40496B002) and the four (4) standoffs (F/F 6/32 X 0.625
HEX; pn 42639B001) from the middle and lower sections of the
main frame and the Main PCB. Retain the screws and standoffs
for reassembly.
5. Remove the Main PCB shield (pn 45192B001) from the main
frame (pn 42635B001).
6. Label and disconnect all connectors from front (Display) of main
PCB.
7. Remove the Main PCB from the shield.
8. Reassemble in reverse order.
Section 7 Disassembly
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Display Assembly
Display Removal 1. Follow all ESD procedures as stated in Electrostatic Discharge
in this section.
2. Remove the battery following the instructions in Remove the
Battery described in this section.
3. Remove the front main chassis as described previously in this
section.
4. Remove the four (4) screws (PHMS 4-40 X 0.312 SEMS;
pn 40995B001) that hold the chassis to the front enclosure.
Remove the monitor chassis assembly (pn 92803A001) from the
front enclosure.
5. Remove the four (4) screws (pn 40995B006) that hold the
display to the assembly. Tilt display forward and disconnect all
connectors.
6. Remove the Display assembly from the front chassis.
Membrane Replacement 1. Remove the rotary encoder shaft using 11mm wrench.
2. Carefully press the membrane switch from the chassis. Retain
silicone tubing from membrane studs.
3. Position the membrane switch (pn 45177B001) over the display
chassis (pn 42637B001). Align the four (4) threaded studs on
the membrane switch with the four (4) holes on the display
chassis. Push on the membrane switch and place silicone
tubing onto the four (4) threaded studs.
4. Slide the encoder shoulder washer (pn 42640B001) onto the
rotary encoder (pn 42140B001). Insert the rotary encoder
through the rear of the display chassis so that it protrudes
through the membrane switch.
5. Slide the encoder flat washer (pn 42641B001) onto the rotary
encoder.
6. Place and secure the lock washer and the nut, which is part of
the rotary encoder onto the encoder.
7. Reassemble the monitor.
Display Installation 1. Attach the four (4) pieces that make up the foam gasket
(pn 43614B001) to the display (pn 81520B001).
2. Align the new display over the stand offs of the display chassis.
Secure the new display with four (4) screws.
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Section 7 Disassembly
Bottom Chassis Repair
Disassembly 1. Follow all ESD procedures as stated in Electrostatic Discharge
Protection in this section.
2. Remove the battery following the instructions in Remove the
Battery in this section.
3. Remove the two (2) screws (PHMS 6-32 X 0.375 SEMS
pn 40180B002) from the rear enclosure (pn 45179B001). Refer
to Front Chassis Disassembly earlier in this section.
4. Remove the rear enclosure (pn 45179B001) from the front
enclosure assembly (pn 45178B001).
Speaker Replacement 1. Label and disconnect the speaker wire from J20 on the Main
PCB.
2. Remove the speaker assembly (pn 95257A002) and the
speaker mounting plate (pn 42633B001) from the chassis
bottom.
3. Position and place the speaker assembly over the speaker
insulator.
4. Position and place speaker mounting plates (pn 42633B001)
onto chassis speaker studs.
5. Secure speaker with 6-32 keps nuts (pn 40284B002).
6. Attach the speaker wire to J20 on the Main PCB.
NIBP Chassis
Replacement
1. Label and remove the hoses from the NIBP fitting and Main
PCB. Disconnect cable from Main PCB (P2).
2. Remove the four (4) screws (PHMS 4-40 X 0.250 SEMS;
pn 40995B005) holding the NIBP chassis to the bottom chassis.
3. Remove the NIBP chassis.
4. Position and place the new NIBP chassis assembly
(pn 92797A001) onto the four (4) stand-offs of the riveted
bottom chassis assembly (pn 92798A001).
5. Secure the NIBP chassis assembly with four (4) screws
removed earlier.
6. Reattach connector P2 on the Main PCB and hoses on Main
PCB and NIBP fitting.
Power Supply Replacement 1. Label and disconnect the power supply cable from PS2 on the
Main PCB.
2. Disconnect cable CN1 from power supply.
3. Disconnect groundwire from JP1 and Power Supply.
Section 7 Disassembly
Page 7-8 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
4. Remove the two (2) screws (PHMS 6-32X0.25 SEMS;
pn 40496B002) from the bottom of the chassis that hold the
power supply bracket in place. Disconnect cable from J5.
5. Remove the existing power supply from the chassis. Connect
cable to J5 on new Power Supply.
6. Position and place the new power supply onto the riveted
bottom chassis assembly (pn 92798A001).
7. Insert the two (2) screws removed earlier through the bottom of
the chassis and into the power supply bracket. Secure the
assembly with the screws.
8. Attach the power supply cable to J20 on the Main PCB.
9. Attach ground wire to JP1 on Power Supply.
10.Attach power cable to CN1 on Power Supply.
Testing Perform the annual safety tests and the electrical safety tests any
time the monitor is opened for repair. These tests are found in
Preventative Maintenance in Section 5.
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Section 7 Disassembly
Assembly Tests
Field Service Assembly Testing
Unit Serial Number __________ Main Software Revision __________
Pass Fail
Plug an AC cord into the unit.
The green AC light should be on. _____ _____
Hit the Power key.
The display should show CSI with current revision of software. _____ _____
Check for proper operation of pump by hitting the "NIBP" key.
To insure the membrane buttons are operable, hit the following keys
in sequence and listen for the beep:
FREEZE _____ _____
NIBP CYCLE/STAT _____ _____
NIBP _____ _____
PRINT _____ _____
SILENCE _____ _____
DEFAULT _____ _____
TREND _____ _____
STANDBY _____ _____
Rotate the Encoder knob and verify the cursor moves. _____ _____
Press the encoder and verify a menu is selected. _____ _____
Press the encoder again to exit. _____ _____
List of replaced or repaired modules:
Description Serial Number
__________________________________________ ____________
__________________________________________ ____________
__________________________________________ ____________
__________________________________________ ____________
__________________________________________ ____________
__________________________________________ ____________
Certification of Proper Assembly
Name _____________________________________ Date ________
Assembly Technician
Name _____________________________________ Date ________
This checklist may be copied.
Criticare Systems, Inc. nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Page 8-1
Section 8 Troubleshooting
This section lists the possible causes of monitor problems. Use this
table and the schematics in Drawings and Schematics in Section 9
to identify and locate components that malfunction.
Symptom Problem Solution
Unit wont power up (On/
Off LED is dark)
Battery is not connected
Battery is discharged
AC power cord is not
securely connected to
monitor
AC outlet off or unpowered
Fuses are blown (Located
below AC connection
Main Board is disconnected
Bad membrane
Main Board fuse blown
Fully seat battery connection
Connect AC power cord
Connect AC power cord to monitor
Connect power cord to a live outlet
Replace AC fuses (pn 80131B002)
Reconnect DC power cable at PS2
on Main Board
Replace the keypad membrane
Replace F2 on Main Board for
battery or F4 for Power Source
Cannot activate hardkey
function or turn on
monitor with AC power
(On/Off LED is green)
Membrane panel is not
securely connected
Keypad membrane is bad
Inverter is bad
Main board is bad
Reconnect ribbon cable to J7 on
Main Board
Replace keypad membrane panel
Replace the inverter
Contact CSI Service Department
Display is blank or not
readable
Video screen cables to Main
Board are disconnected or
loose
Inverter malfunction
Inverter is bad
Reconnect data and inverter cables
to connectors on Main Board
(J2, J3, J4, and/or J5)
Make sure all Inverter connections
are secure.
Replace the inverter
NIBP air leak Defective cuff
Defective hose
Pneumatic tube leaks
Defective valve
Defective main board
Replace Cuff
Replace Hose
Re-seat tube or replace pneumatics
Contact CSI Service Department
Contact CSI Service Department
NIBP not functioning Pump disconnected
Pump motor failure
Main Board pump driver bad
NIBP calibration error
Reconnect pump to P2 on Main
Board
Contact CSI Service Department
Contact CSI Service Department
Contact CSI Service Department
Section 8 Troubleshooting
Page 8-2 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
SpO
2
not functioning SpO
2
Board disconnected
Defective SpO
2
Cable
ECG S1 switch set wrong
Main board malfunction
Reconnect to P5 on ECG/Analog
Board and check the connection at
P1 on SpO
2
Board
Replace cable
Adjust switches to correct module
(1-4 OFF for DOX SpO
2
)
Contact CSI Service Department
ECG noise or
intermittent function
Poor electrode placement
Bad/wrong ECG Cable
Line Frequency/Filter wrong
ECG connection worn
Cable to ECG/Analog Board
bad
Defective analog PCB
Reposition/replace electrodes
Replace ECG cable
Check ECG settings
Replace ECG port
Replace cable assembly at P1 on
ECG/Analog Board
Replace Analog board
SpO
2
is noisy Sensor may be bad.
Receptacle may be
damaged.
The connection between
Main Board J12 and ECG/
Analog Board P4 is loose or
disconnected. (Can be
verified by presence of
CONM H/W error.)
Main Board or ECG/Analog
Board may be bad.
Replace the sensor.
Replace receptacle.
Reseat the connection.
Replace Board(s)
No sound from speaker Volume turned down
Main Board connection is
disconnected or loose
Speaker wire broken at
speaker terminals
Set volume higher in Configuration
(CONFIG) window.
Reconnect J20 on Main Board
Check speaker wires for breaks or
bad crimp pins
Speaker scratchy or
unclear sound
Metal debris on speaker
Bad speaker
Remove debris from speaker drum
Replace speaker
COM 1 serial interface
doesnt work
Set to internal printer
Incorrect or bad cable
Setting mismatch
Connector is bad
Reset monitor to external printer
Replace with correct serial cable
Reset baud rate and other settings
Replace the Main Board
No ECG trace displays ECG Cable may be bad.
The connection between
Main Board J12 and ECG/
Analog Board P4 is loose or
disconnected. (Can be
verified by presence of
CONM H/W error.)
Main Board or ECG/Analog
Board may be bad.
Replace with known good cable.
Reseat the connection.
Replace Board(s)
Symptom Problem Solution
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Section 8 Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting and
Repair
Before attempting to repair a damaged monitor the technician must
fully understand the functions of the monitor. The service technician
should have read and understood all the previous sections of this
manual.
You must fully repair, calibrate, and test all damaged monitors before
you use them on patients. The monitor must meet the original
operating specifications before you use it on a patient.
Always follow ESD precautions when performing any of the
procedures discussed in this section.
ComfortCuff NIBP
Module
The NIBP module consists of a pneumatic pump assembly
(pn 95576A003) and control circuitry located on the Main Board
(pn 91340A004).
The pneumatics assembly is mounted on the back side of the metal
chassis plate. A large diameter tube (pn 41602B001) connects to the
Quick-Connect hardware fixture and the transducer on the Main
Board. The transducer port faces out the back side of the Main Board
through a hole.
The remaining pneumatics links connect the two control valves
(pn 95596A004), the pump (pn 95576A005), and the check valve
(pn 41579B003). As the tubing ages it may lose its seal. Old tubing
can be re-seated or replaced as necessary.
When any major pneumatic component such as a pump or valve is
replaced, the NIBP module must be re-calibrated as in NIBP
Calibration in section 6 of this manual. The manufacturer
recommends that the monitor be returned to a CSI authorized service
facility if pump replacement is required.
The transducer SENS1 and the zero point calibration pot R92 are not
field serviceable components. Improper replacement can result in
permanent damage to the Main Board.
Section 8 Troubleshooting
Page 8-4 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
ECG/Impedance
Respiration Module
The ECG circuitry is located on the ECG/Analog Board assembly
(pn 91353A003) that is attached to the metal chassis behind the main
board.
The ECG/Analog Board fits directly on to the Main Board through a
socketed 10-pin connection on the left side of the board assembly.
There is also a shielded cable assembly that extends from the top of
the board to the external ECG port. Check each of these connection
points if the monitor fails to produce an accurate ECG waveform.
The ECG/Analog Board has a foil shield to reduce noise from other
portions of the monitor. Noise can be introduced by worn cable
assemblies and degraded power supplies. Test the analog ECG
waveform signal and the input power where they enter the ECG/
Analog Board for interference noise.
There is a replacable 2-amp fuse (pn 80004B003) at location F1 on
the ECG/Analog Board. The fuse provides protection in the power
circuit leading from the P4 connection to the Main Board. Surface
mount components on the ECG/Analog Board are not recommended
for field repair and replacement.
You can replace the ECG/Analog Board assembly as a serviceable
component. Replacement ECG/Analog Board assemblies,
(pn 91353A003) are pre-tested, software loaded, and calibrated. The
monitor requires complete safety testing after reassembly.
NOTE: Always check line frequency, filter settings and the ECG lead
cables as part of any ECG trouble shooting. Always use the
recommended simulators for performance testing.
Board Settings and Module
Software
There are three pots under the shielding at locations R112, R110,
and R108. They are the baseline adjustments for ECG I, EGG II, and
ECG V respectively. These are factory set; you should not adjust
them. Set the S1 switches (off) in the open position to allow
communication with the DOX module. See ECG Verification in
Section 5.
The ECG/Analog Board contains its own on-board software that is
factory loaded. The program is stored in non-volatile memory on the
ECG/Analog Board. Repair or improper handling of the ECG/Analog
Board can corrupt this software.
Respiration The respiration circuit is located on the ECG/Analog Board. There is
no separate calibration or testing for the impedance respiration.
Temperature The temperature module is located on the ECG/Analog Board. There
are no on-board settings or service calibrations. The temperature
module is auto-calibrating upon start-up.
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Section 8 Troubleshooting
DOX SpO
2
Module The DOX SpO
2
module consists of a separate board that is attached
above the ECG/Analog Board. There is a communication connection
for a ribbon cable (pn 90866A001) at the bottom edge of the ECG/
Analog Board. The ribbon cable extends to the SpO
2
Board. There is
also a short cable to the ECG/Analog Board (pn 90866A002).
The plethysmograph input signal enters the SpO
2
Board through a
shielded cable that runs between the boards and metal chassis to the
opposite side of the monitor.
The DOX SpO
2
module is composed of digital components that are
not effected by noise. There is also no signal degradation or loss of
calibration due to analog components. Interference or noisy signal
can be due to a worn cable assembly or DB-9 connector. Replace the
connector and cable assembly if necessary.
Always check the sensor when intermittent problems are reported.
Stretched or otherwise damaged sensor cables must be replaced.
NOTE: The line frequency setting of the monitor must be set correctly
for optimal SpO
2
monitoring.
Main Board The Main Board (pn 91340A004) contains the primary processors,
storage memory, NIBP circuitry, communication interfaces, audio
driver, vital signs module connections, power regulation, battery
charge circuits, video generation, and keypad inputs (User I/O).
The Main Board has an adjustable pot R92 that you set during NIBP
calibration. There are two CPUs on the Main Board that you must
program from a CSI Service Download Station. The programmable
settings remain in non-volatile memory. Repair or improper handling
of the Main Board can corrupt this software.
There is one (1) replacable 3-amp fuse (pn 82004B001) for the
battery input at PS1. There is one (1) replaceable 4A fuse
(pn 82004B010) for the power supply module at PS2 (F4 protects the
supply output).
If you replace the Main Board you are required to cal-check the NIBP
module. NIBP pneumatics assemblies and Main Boards may not be
changed unless re-calibrated.
Except for fuses, the Main Board is not a field-repairable component.
Replacement Main Boards are pre-tested, programmed, and
calibrated.
Section 8 Troubleshooting
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Power Module The power module (pn 95710A002) consists of the battery
compartment bulkhead and chassis, the fan, cable assemblies, and
the Power Supply Board. The Power Supply Board (AC to DC
converter) is not a field-repairable component. If the board is
damaged or fails test replace the entire assembly.
High Voltage! Repairing and testing the power supply requires
working with dangerous voltages. The power supply module
should only be serviced by experienced electrical repair
technicians.
Fuse Replacement The main fuses (pn 82013B002) for the power module is located in an
external compartment above the AC power cord connection. Replace
only with:
1A/110/230 volt Time-Lag fuses (pn82013B002).
Check the monitor ID label to determine which voltage the unit uses.
You do not have to open the monitor case to change the main power
fuses. See Fuse Removal/Replacement in Section 5.
Shock hazard! Substitution of fuses or jumping the fuse
contacts can endanger the patient and damage the monitor.
AC Power Components The power entry module (pn 80243B002), when replaced, must
remain electrically isolated between the chassis and power entry
module ground. The AC power entry module requires a fuse drawer
(pn80130B001).
Replace broken, cracked, or loose AC receptacles. Replace the
receptacle if the external pins are bent or broken. Do not attempt to
remove or modify the ground pin!
Check the cables and chokes for heat damage before power module
replacement. Remove the assembly from the housing and inspect the
back side of the board for scorching or damaged solder connections.
Replace the entire assembly if there are any signs of high current
damage.
DANGER ! !
WARNING ! !
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Section 9 Drawings and Schematics
List of Drawings Title Drawing Number
Assembly BOMs
and Drawings
Final Assembly 8100E (without printer) 93979A001
Final Assembly 8100EP (with printer) 93979A002
Final Assembly 8100E1 (w/ CO
2
, no printer) 93979A011
Final Assembly 8100EP1 (w/ CO
2
and printer) 93979A012
Main Monitor Assembly 92800A001
Main Monitor with CO
2
Assembly 92800A002
Chassis Assemblies 92803A001
Bottom Chassis Assembly 92799A001
Power Supply with Brackets 95710A003
Main Chassis Assembly 92801A001
NIBP Chassis Assembly 92797A002
CO
2
Internal Module Assembly 92811A001
CO
2
External Module Assembly 92811A002
Display Chassis Assembly 92802A001
Assembly Patient Connectors 95767A001
Shielded Analog Board Assembly 91353A003
Printer 92804A001
PCB Drawings
and Schematics
Title Drawing Number
Main Board 8100E/8100EP 91340A005
Main Board 8100E/8100EP Schematic 91340S005
Analog Board 8100 91342A003
Analog Board 8100 Schematic 91342S003
SpO
2
Board 91339A001
SpO
2
Board Schematic 91339S001
Section 9 Drawings and Schematics
Page 9-2 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
Final Assembly
8100E (Without Printer) 93979A001 FINAL ASSEMBLY 8100E
Item # CSI Part # Description
01 92800A001 AY MAIN MONITOR
02 45183B001 COVER NO PRINTER
03 40995B001 P.H.M.S. 4-40X.312 SEMS
05 95773A001 LABEL SET 8100E/EP ENGLISH
06 41891B002 DB9 COVER PLATE
07 41891B003 PLATE COVER MINI-DIN
08 40123B004 P.H.M.S. 4-40X.250 NY WHT
09 46162B001 LABEL CSI MON BAR CODE
10 46426B004 LABEL HARDWARE REVISION 4
8100EP (With Printer) 93979A002 FINAL ASSEMBLY 8100EP
Item # CSI Part # Description
01 92800A001 AY MAIN MONITOR
02 92804A001 AY PRINTER MODULE
03 40995B001 P.H.M.S. 4-40X.312 SEMS
04 40065B002 PAPER THERMAL 2.283 WIDE
05 95773A001 LABEL SET 8100E/EP ENGLISH
06 41891B002 DB9 COVER PLATE
07 41891B003 PLATE COVER MINI-DIN
08 40123B004 P.H.M.S. 4-40X.250 NY WHT
09 46162B001 LABEL CSI MON BAR CODE
10 46426B004 LABEL HARDWARE REVISION 4
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Section 9 Drawings and Schematics
8100E1 (With CO
2
) 93979A011 FINAL ASSEMBLY 8100E1
Item # CSI Part # Description
01 CAT 8100E NGENUITY MONITOR
02 92811A001 CO2 MODULE AY NGENUITY
03 92811A002 CO2 MODULE AY EXTERNAL 8100E/P
04 40496B001 P.H.M.S. 6-32X.375 SEMS
05 42431B009 STANDOFF M-F 6-32 X 1.25
06 40284B002 NUT 6-32 KEPS PL
07 46547B001 LABEL SERIAL NUMBER ENG
08 46162B001 LABEL CSI MON BAR CODE
09 46426B004 LABEL HARDWARE REVISION 4
10 46599B001 LBL DEFIB SYMBOL
8100EP1 (With CO
2
and Printer
93979A012 FINAL ASSEMBLY 8100EP1
Item # CSI Part # Description
01 CAT 8100EP NGENUITY MONITOR WITH PRINTER
02 92811A001 CO2 MODULE AY NGENUITY
03 92811A002 CO2 MODULE AY EXTERNAL 8100E/P
04 40496B001 P.H.M.S. 6-32X.375 SEMS
05 42431B009 STANDOFF M-F 6-32 X 1.25
06 40284B002 NUT 6-32 KEPS PL
07 46547B001 LABEL SERIAL NUMBER ENG
08 46162B001 LABEL CSI MON BAR CODE
09 46426B004 LABEL HARDWARE REVISION 4
10 46599B001 LBL DEFIB SYMBOL
Section 9 Drawings and Schematics
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Main Monitor Assembly 92800A001 AY MAIN MONITOR
Item # CSI Part # Description
01 92803A001 AY CHASSIS MONITOR
02 45178B001 ENCLOSURE FRONT
03 92810A001 AY REAR ENCLOSURE 8100EP
04 42127B005 WINDOW FILTER 8100E
05 87285B001 INSERT EXTERNAL CONNECTORS
06 87277B002 FOOT 7/16 OD X 5/32 HIGH
09 45182B001 BATTERY DOOR
10 42141B002 KNOB ROTARY ENCODER CUSTOM
12 42431B011 STANDOFF M-F 6-32 X 1.5
14 40995B001 P.H.M.S. 4-40X.312 SEMS
15 40995B003 P.H.M.S. 4-40X.500 SEMS
16 40496B001 P.H.M.S. 6-32X.375 SEMS
17 40180B002 F.H.M.S. 6-32X.375 PL PH
18 40083B002 F.H.M.S. 8-32X.375 PH PL
19 42731B001 P.H.M.S. 8-32 X .5 PL INTERNAL
SEM PHILLIPS
21 40067B001 CABLE TIE 4.0
22 83338B002 DISPLAY FILM
23 42115B001 SCREW FH #4X3/8 HI-LO PH
24 42431B007 STANDOFF M-F 6-32 X 7/8
25 41955B001 FOAM TAPE 1.0 X 2.12
26 40067B003 CABLE TIE 8
27 40294B001 HOLDER TIE WRAP ADH-BK SM
28 42634B002 BRACKET BATTERY LOCK
29 42643B002 FOAM PAD BATTERY
30 80519B001 BATTERY, SLA 12V, 5AHR
31 40283B002 WASHER FLAT #4 NY .032
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Section 9 Drawings and Schematics
Main Monitor with
CO
2
Assembly
92800A002 ASSEMBLY MAIN MONITOR W/CO2
Item # CSI Part # Description
01 92803A001 AY CHASSIS MONITOR
02 45178B001 ENCLOSURE FRONT
03 92810C001 AY REAR ENCLOSURE 8100EP
04 42127B005 WINDOW FILTER 8100E
05 87285B001 INSERT EXTERNAL CONNECTORS
06 87277B002 FOOT 7/16 OD X 5/32 HIGH
07 92811A001 CO2 MODULE AY NGENUITY
08 92811A002 CO2 MODULE AY EXTERNAL 8100E/P
09 45182B001 BATTERY DOOR
10 42141B002 KNOB ROTARY ENCODER CUSTOM
12 42431B011 STANDOFF M-F 6-32 X 1.5
14 40995B001 P.H.M.S. 4-40X.312 SEMS
15 40995B003 P.H.M.S. 4-40X.500 SEMS
16 40496B001 P.H.M.S. 6-32X.375 SEMS
17 40180B002 F.H.M.S. 6-32X.375 PL PH
18 40083B002 F.H.M.S. 8-32X.375 PH PL
19 42731B001 P.H.M.S. 8-32 X .5 PL INTERNAL
SEMS PHILLIPS
21 40067B001 CABLE TIE 4.0
22 83338B002 DISPLAY FILM
23 42115B001 SCREW FH #4X3/8 HI-LO PH
24 42431B007 STANDOFF M-F 6-32 X 7/8
25 42431B009 STANDOFF M-F 6-32 X 1.25
26 40284B002 NUT 6-32 KEPS PL
28 42634B002 BRACKET BATTERY LOCK
29 42643B002 FOAM PAD BATTERY
30 80519B001 BATTERY, SLA 12V, 5AHR
31 40283B002 WASHER FLAT #4 NY .032
32 41955B001 FOAM TAPE 1.0 X 2.12
33 40067B003 CABLE TIE 8
34 40294B001 HOLDER TIE WRAP ADH-BK SM
Section 9 Drawings and Schematics
Page 9-6 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
Chassis Assemblies 92803A001 AY CHASSIS MONITOR
Item # CSI Part # Description
01 92799A001 AY CHASSIS BOTTOM
02 92801A001 AY CHASSIS MAIN
03 92802A001 ASSEMBLY CHASSIS DISPLAY
08 40496B002 P.H.M.S. 6-32X.250 SEMS
09 40132B001 TAPE MICROFOAM ADH-BACKED
10 SHTM10005 SUPPORT BRCKT NGENUITY
11 40496B001 P.H.M.S. 6-32X.375 SEMS
12 40294B001 HOLDER TIE WRAP ADH-BK SM
13 40067B001 CABLE TIE 4.0
Bottom Chassis Assembly 92799A001 AY CHASSIS BOTTOM
Item # CSI Part # Description
01 92798A001 AY CHASSIS BOTTOM RIVETED
02 95710A003 AY POWER SUPPLY WITH BRACKETS
03 92797A002 ASSEMBLY NIBP CHASSIS
04 95257A002 SPEAKER ASSEMBLY
05 90865A003 CBL AY PWR SUPPLY TO MAIN
06 90968A004 CBL AY INLET GROUND
07 95768A001 CABLE AY, BATTERY TO MAIN PCB
08 80243B002 PWR ENTRY MODULE, FILTERED
09 80130B001 PWR RECPT/FUSE DRAWER
10 82013B002 FUSE T TIME LAG 1A L 250V 5X20
12 45193B001 INSULATOR POWER INPUT
13 42633B001 PLATE SPEAKER MOUNTING
14 45187B001 INSULATOR SPEAKER
16 42643B003 FOAM PAD BATTERY
17 41537B001 FOAM DISK 1.38 DIA .25THK
18 41158B001 TERMINAL EQUIPOTENTIAL
19 40995B005 P.H.M.S. 4-40X.25 SEMS
20 40496B002 P.H.M.S. 6-32X.250 SEMS
21 41297B001 F.H.M.S. 4-40X.375 PL PH
22 40284B001 NUT 4-40 KEPS PL
23 40284B002 NUT 6-32 KEPS PL
24 41164B001 NUT M6 X 1.0 KEPS PL
25 42353B001 SHOULDER WASHER #4
26 42448B001 1/4-20 SS316 SPRNG LOCK
27 40500B003 WASHER FLAT #6 NY .062THK
28 40294B001 HOLDER TIE WRAP ADH-BK SM
29 40067B001 CABLE TIE 4.0
30 40067B002 CABLE TIE 5.6
32 42402B002 BATTERY SLIDE 8100EP
33 40132B001 TAPE MICROFOAM ADH-BACKED
34 41955B001 FOAM TAPE 1.0 X 2.12
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Section 9 Drawings and Schematics
Power Supply with Brackets 95710A003 AY POWER SUPPLY WITH BRACKETS
Item # CSI Part # Description
01 86523B001 POWER SUPPLY 60W
02 42368B002 BRACKET RIGHT PS
03 42369B002 BRACKET LEFT PS
05 40995B003 P.H.M.S. 4-40X.500 SEMS
06 40887B002 SPACER NY #6/.250D/.250L
07 41157B001 THRDLOCK ASSURE SURF CUR
08 42501B002 GROMMET STRIP WITH ADHES
09 42499B002 WASHER CUP NYLON #4
Main Chassis Assembly 92801A001 AY CHASSIS MAIN
Item # CSI Part # Description
01 42635B001 FRAME MAIN
02 91340A005 ASSY MAIN PCB 8100E1/EP1
03 91353A003 AY SHIELDED ANALOG BRD
04 91339A001 ASSEMBLY PCB 8100 SPO2 BOARD
05 42636B001 PLATE SPO2 MOUNT 8100E/EP
06 95767A001 ASSEMBLY PATIENT CONNECTORS
07 90866A002 CABLE SPO2 TO ANALOG
08 45192B001 SHIELD MAIN PCB
09 82569B001 FERRITE BEAD
10 42642B001 SPACER MAIN PCB
11 40496B002 P.H.M.S. 6-32X.250 SEMS
12 40496B005 P.H.M.S. 6-32X.750 SEMS
13 42639B001 STANDOFF F-F #6-32 X .625 HEX
14 40909B002 SPCR HEX 6-32X.625 NY M/F
15 41955B001 FOAM TAPE 1.0 X 2.12
16 40067B003 CABLE TIE 8
17 42501B002 GROMMET STRIP WITH ADHES
18 40035B001 TAPE ELECTRICAL BLK .75
19 83111B002 8100 PRINTER CBL
20 40995B003 P.H.M.S. 4-40X.500 SEMS
21 41371B001 TAPE INSUL KAPTON 2
Section 9 Drawings and Schematics
Page 9-8 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
NIBP Chassis Assembly 92797A002 ASSEMBLY NIBP CHASSIS
Item # CSI Part # Description
01 95576A005 AY PUMP WITH WIRES
02 95596A004 AY OKEN VALVE WITH CRIMPS
04 42629B001 BRACKET NIBP
06 42081B002 ORIFICE RESTRICTOR .0125
07 42111B001 SCREW M2-.4X3 PH BINDER
08 41700B001 TUBING POLYU .094IDX.1870
09 40296B002 TUBING SILC BLU .125X.250
10 42069B001 TUBING 1/4X1/8 POLYU COIL
11 40294B001 HOLDER TIE WRAP ADH-BK SM
12 40067B002 CABLE TIE 5.6
13 40067B001 CABLE TIE 4.0
14 41955B001 FOAM TAPE 1.0 X 2.12
15 41579B003 CHECK VALVE
16 80111B001 FERRITE BEAD EMI SHIELD
17 40041B022 TUBING SHRINK .75 CLEAR
18 87151B006 HOUS SOCKET .098 LOCKING
20 41157B001 THRDLOCK ASSURE SURF CUR
21 41700B002 TUBE POLYU .125 X .250 85DU
22 40324B009 T CON 3/32 X 3/32 X 1/8
23 40324B015 TEE CONNECTOR, PLASTIC
.093 X .125 X .125
24 40325B002 STRAIGHT CONN, 1/8 TO 1/8
25 40633B001 FILTER 130U RED NY ELEM
Criticare Systems, Inc. nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Page 9-9
Section 9 Drawings and Schematics
CO
2
Internal Module
Assembly
92811A001 CO2 MODULE AY NGENUITY
Item # CSI Part # Description
01 91783A001 AY PNEUMATICS CO2
02 91784A001 AY PLATE PNEUMATIC RECEPTACLES
03 91407A001 AY PCB CO2
04 42689B001 CHASSIS CO2 INTERNAL
05 94254A004 AY PUMP W/CONNECTOR 3 WIRE
06 41188C201 CO2 DETECTOR
07 83304B001 GASKET DETECTOR/IR SOURCE
08 40995B005 P.H.M.S. 4-40X.25 SEMS
09 40496B002 P.H.M.S. 6-32X.250 SEMS
10 40496B004 P.H.M.S. 6-32X.500 SEMS
11 42643B001 FOAM PAD BATTERY
13 42688B001 FITTING ELBOW 1/8-1/16
14 41002B002 TYGON TUBING .063 ID X .125 OD
15 40320B001 TYGON TUBING .125IDX.15OD
16 40887B002 SPACER NY #6/.250D/.250L
17 42691B001 WASHER, SHOULDER #6, .40 LONG
18 46597B001 LBL MANIFOLD CONNECTIONS
19 46598B001 LBL PNEUMATICS RECPTACLES
20 90903A002 AY CABLES VALVES CO2
21 40283B002 WASHER FLAT #4 NY .032
22 40132B001 TAPE MICROFOAM ADH-BACKED
23 95787A001 ACCULULATOR PVC 11 INCH
24 40067B003 CABLE TIE 8
25 90926A002 CABLE AY NIBP TO MAIN BOARD
26 42155B001 FOAM PAD 8100E PUMP
27 40496B001 P.H.M.S. 6-32X.375 SEMS
28 40893B001 WASHER FLAT #8 PL
29 41371B001 TAPE INSUL KAPTON 2
30 41557B001 THRDLOCK ASSURE SURF CUR
31 40067B001 CABLE TIE 4.0
Section 9 Drawings and Schematics
Page 9-10 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
CO
2
External Module
Assembly
92811A002 CO2 MODULE AY EXTERNAL 8100E/P
Item # CSI Part # Description
01 45205B001 ENCLOSURE EXTERNAL CO2
02 91785A001 AY PLATE PNEUMATIC PLUGS
03 91782A004 AY MANIFOLD WT W/TRAP DETECT GREY
04 95780A001 AY TRAP DETECT 8100E
06 42686B001 SHOULDER SCREW
07 42687B001 CLIP MANIFOLD
08 41458B001 P.H.M.S. 4 X .250 HI/LO
09 40570B004 ABSORBER IBENCH
10 42299B001 RETAINER TRAP DETECT
11 42300B001 MOUNTING BLOCK TRAP DETECT
12 42064B005 F.H.M.S. 4-40X.500 PH PL
13 41002B002 TYGON TUBING .063 ID X .125 OD
14 42692B001 PAD 1.00 X .25
15 40995B001 P.H.M.S. 4-40X.312 SEMS
16 40596B001 ADHESIVE EPOXY HYSOL E-90FL
17 42496B001 WASHER FLAT #4 BRASS
Criticare Systems, Inc. nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Page 9-11
Section 9 Drawings and Schematics
Display Chassis Assembly 92802A001 ASSEMBLY CHASSIS DISPLAY
Item # CSI Part # Description
01 42637B001 CHASSIS DISPLAY
02 81520B001 LCD ACTVE TFT 10.4 NEC-59
03 40614B001 DISPLAY CABLE 8100E
04 90859A005 ASY CABLE MAIN BOARD TO INVRTR
05 83265B003 BACKLIGHT INVERTER
06 45177B001 MEMBRANE SWITCH
07 45181B001 BRACKET DISPLAY MOUNT
08 40132B001 TAPE MICROFOAM ADH-BACKED
09 42140B001 ROTARY ENCODER
10 42640B001 WASHER SHIELDED ENCODER
11 42641B001 WASHER FLAT ENCODER
13 43614B001 FOAM GASKET 9.25 x .25 x .060
15 40296B001 TUBING SILC BLU .040X.140
17 40995B005 P.H.M.S. 4-40X.25 SEMS
18 40995B006 #4-40 PHMS SEMS PHILLIPS
21 42652B001 STANDOFF F-F 2-56 NYLON .5 LNG
Assembly Patient
Connectors
95767A001 ASSEMBLY PATIENT CONNECTORS
Item # CSI Part # Description
01 87284B001 INSERT PATIENT CONNECTORS
02 90860A001 AY CBL 8100 SPO2 TO DB9
03 90872A005 ASSEMBLY CABLE TEMP CONNECTOR
04 42014B001 FITNG, QUICK CON. HH NIBP
06 40284B005 NUT 10-32 KEPS PL
07 41458B001 P.H.M.S. 4 X .250 HI/LO
08 40086B001 WASHER FLAT PL .125X.219
09 90817A005 AY CBL 8100 ECG TO OUT
Section 9 Drawings and Schematics
Page 9-12 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
Shielded Analog
Board Assembly
91353A003 AY SHIELDED ANALOG BRD
Item # CSI Part # Description
01 91342A003 ASSEMBLY ANALOG PCB 8100
02 41785B004 SHLD ANALOG BRD 8100
03 40995B011 P.H.M.S. 4-40 X .438 SEMS
04 40086B001 WASHER FLAT PL .125X.219
05 83358B001 INSULATOR ECG SHIELD
06 83434B001 CIRCUT BRD ECG SHEILD
07 40284B001 NUT 4-40 KEPS PL
08 40431B001 WIRE 18AWG 300V GREEN/YELLOW
09 40884B001 SPACER #4/.250OD/.125L PL
Printer 92804A001 AY PRINTER MODULE
Item # CSI Part # Description
01 45184B001 ENCLOSURE PRINTER
02 45186B001 DOOR PRINTER
03 84005B001 PRINTER SEIKO
04 91341A003 PCB AY SEIKO PRINTER
05 45188B001 BRACKET PRINTER
06 45189B001 BRACKET PRINTER SMALL
07 40418B001 DOWEL PIN .125D X 2.0L
08 41458B001 P.H.M.S. 4 X .250 HI/LO
09 40995B005 P.H.M.S. 4-40X.25 SEMS
10 45209B001 INSULATING DOT 1/4 INCH
Criticare Systems, Inc. nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Page A-1
Appendix A CO
2
Service
Service Windows Monitors with CO
2
will have additional items in the Service Mode
window. The additional items are highlighted below.
Figure A-1: Service Mode Window
Figure A-2: CO2 Service Window
EXIT
Enter NIBP Service NO
Enter CO2 Service NO
Software Download No action taken
Permanent Alarm Silence Enable
ST / Arrhythmia Keycode ------ Invalid Keycode
Current Software Revisions
Main Display Processor Rev 2.0C
NIBP Processor Rev 6.6D
Vital Signs Processor Rev 6.2A
CO2 Processor Rev 0.3B
Unit Serial Number 111111111
Unit Part Number 93979AXXX
Keycode Base Number 00000000
CO2 Operating Mode User Mode
CO2 Zero Cal Abort CO2 Zero Cal
CO2 Gain Adjustment Turn to Incr/Decr, Press to Save
CO2 Factory Defaults? No Action
N2O compensation OFF
Appendix A CO2 Service
Page A-2 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
Theory of Operations
Capnometer Module (CO
2
) The capnometer contains the circuitry for monitoring the sidestream
CO
2
level by actively sampling from the patients airway. It contains
provisions for interfacing with galvanic oxygen monitoring option sub-
modules. No electrical connection is made with the patient from the
monitor for capnometry. The CONM module controls the capnometer.
The CO
2
Board contains an assembly known as a bench. This
bench contains the optics, IR source, detector, sample cell, and
optical filters. The purpose of this bench is to convert CO
2
levels in a
gas sample to electrical signals.
The bench assembly utilizes the principle of infrared absorption
spectrometry to measure to the amount of CO
2
in patients breath.
Infrared absorption spectrometry is widely used in gas analysis.
Using a phenomenon explained in Beers Law, CO
2
gas absorbs
certain wavelengths of infrared energy with the amount depending on
the amount of CO
2
gas. A detector, outfitted with an infrared
bandpass filter, only allows a certain wavelength of infrared energy
that the CO
2
gas absorbs. As the CO
2
concentrations in the sampled
air passes through the sample cell, the detector senses the infrared
energy changes and converts them to an electrical signal. This
electrical signal is then amplified and conditioned and sent to a
microprocessor for processing and then sent to a display.
The CO
2
Board also uses a reference channel. The purpose of this
reference channel is to cancel the effects of IR source changes,
sample cell contamination, temperature, etc. The only difference from
the CO
2
channel is that the detector is outfitted with an optical filter
that is tuned to a band in the infrared spectrum that is transparent to
CO
2
and other gases typically found in the medical industry. The
signal from the reference channel is processed similarly to that of the
CO
2
measurement channel.
The CO
2
and reference detectors work by an effect known as
pyroelectric. Pyroelectric effect works by changing energy levels,
either increasing or decreasing, that are imposed on a sensing
element. The detector is outfitted with an optical bandpass filter that
passes only a narrow band of a determined wavelength of infrared
energy. The infrared source is modulated at 15 hertz (Hz) to provide
varying energy for the detector and amplifier circuits.
Correction for temperature and pressure effects on the CO
2
sample is
implemented to maintain accuracy over a wide temperature and
atmospheric pressure range.
Criticare Systems, Inc. nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Page A-3
Appendix A CO2 Service
Block Diagram The following block diagram aids in tracing the connections for the
CO
2
module.
Main Board
J
1
J
2
J
3
J
4
J
5
J
1
5
J
1
4
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J
1
3
J
1
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B
N
C
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J
1
1
J
6
J
7
J
8
D
B
9
J
9
J
2
0
J
1
9
J
1
8
J
1
7
(
D
B
-
1
5
)
(
D
I
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8
)
J
1
0
J
1
6
Component Side
Solder Side
P
1
P
2
P
S
1
P
S
2
C
N
1
C
N
3
C
N
2
Printer
Board
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Board
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Speaker
Battery
Board
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P
2
T
P
4
T
P
6
T
P
8
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2
J
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J
1
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P
2
P
1
P
3
P
4
P
5
SpO2 Board
P
1
J
1
COM1
COM2
JTAG
Con
Pump
(NIBP)
Keypad
Rotary
Encoder
Temp
Probe
SpO2
Cable
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Board
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Pump Motor
Appendix A CO2 Service
Page A-4 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
Preventative
Maintenance
Maintenance Schedule Perform these maintenance tasks in addition to those listed in the
Maintenance Schedule in Section 5.
EVERY PATIENT
Change the gas sampling device and sampling line.
EVERY WEEK
Change the water trap (or as needed).
EVERY 3 MONTHS
Clean the exterior of the unit (or as needed).
EVERY YEAR
Verify the CO
2
auto-calibration. Calibrate if necessary.
Check the CO
2
absorber. Change if necessary.
Check the gas flow rate. Adjust if necessary.
CO
2
Absorber Verification The granules in the CO
2
absorber are normally white, indicating a
good absorber. If the granules remain violet or blue, the absorber is
spent and needs to be replaced.
NOTE: The absorber can change color during use, but should always
return to its original white color when not in use.
Verifying the state of the CO
2
absorber requires removing the
external CO
2
module from the monitor. See Check/Replace the CO
2

Absorber located under Disassembly later in this appendix for
instructions on removing the external CO
2
module from the monitor.
Criticare Systems, Inc. nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Page A-5
Appendix A CO2 Service
Gas Flow/CO
2
Verification TOOLS NEEDED
Flow Meter
Vacuum Gauge (0-25 inches of mercury)
WaterChek 2
+
Water Trap (CAT 938F-NC)
Sample Line (CAT 625N)
Calibration Gas, 10% CO
2
with accuracy 2% (CAT 622)
Regulator (CAT 623)
Regulator Bleed Tube (CAT 613B)
Calibration kits contain compressed gas cylinders. Read and
obey all precautions listed on the gas cylinder labels.
Do not use if the calibration gas cylinder is beyond its
expiration date.
Check the accuracy of the test gas. The gas must be within the
accuracy stated above to ensure proper verification.
NOTE: Make sure the monitor is not in STAND BY mode before
proceeding with the following procedures.
PREPARATION
1. Insert a water trap (CAT 938F-NC) and sample line (CAT 625)
on the 8100E1 monitor.
2. Turn the 8100E1 monitor on and allow to run for 30 minutes.
FLOW VERIFICATION
1. Connect a flow meter to the end of the sample line and measure
the flow. The flow should be 200 ml/min 10% (20.0 ml/min).
2. Disconnect the flow meter from the sample line.
OCCLUSION TEST
1. Connect a vacuum gauge to the sample line. There should be
more than 12.5 inches of mercury of vacuum.
2. Verify that CO2: OCCLUSION appears on the monitor and that
the pump turns on.
3. Disconnect the vacuum gauge from the sample line.
CAUTION ! !
Appendix A CO2 Service
Page A-6 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
EXHAUST TEST
1. Place the flow meter on the Exhaust Port and measure the flow.
The flow must be greater than 250 ml/min.
2. Remove the flow meter.
CO
2
VERIFICATION
1. Check that the CO2 measurement is displayed in PERCENT. If
not set in the Parameters menu (PARAMS).
2. Using the regulator (CAT 623) and regulator bleed tube (CAT
613B) connect the 10% CO
2
gas canister to the sample line.
3. Turn on the 10% CO
2
gas by turning on the knob on the
regulator. Allow the gas to run for 30 seconds. Verify that the
CO
2
reading is 6% [9.4 to 10.6]. Turn off the gas when finished
and disconnect from the sample line.
NOTE: The 6% accuracy is derived from the test tolerance of
4% combined with the 2% accuracy of the gas canister.
Testing Checklist A Verification Checklist is at the end of this appendix. This checklist
should be added to the Functional and Safety Testing Checklist in
Section 5.
Criticare Systems, Inc. nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Page A-7
Appendix A CO2 Service
CO
2
Calibration
Tools Needed The following equipment is needed to perform this procedure:
WaterChek 2
+
Water Trap (CAT 938F-NC)
Sample Line (CAT 625N)
Calibration Gas, 10% CO
2
with accuracy 2% (CAT 622)
Regulator (CAT 623)
Regulator Bleed Tube (CAT 613B)
Breath Rate Simulator (CAT 1466)
Calibration kits contain compressed gas cylinders. Read and
obey all precautions listed on the gas cylinder labels.
Before You Begin Make sure the CO
2
calibration gas cylinders are not depleted or
nearly depleted. The pressure meter should be above zero and you
should not hear a hissing sound when in use.
Never attach intravenous tubes to gas sample connections
because the gas sampling lines could inadvertently be
connected to intravascular fluid systems, thus allowing air into a
blood vessel.
Calibration kits contain compressed gas cylinders. Read and
obey all precautions listed on the gas cylinder labels.
Do not use if the calibration gas cylinder is beyond its
expiration date.
Check the accuracy of the test gas. The gas must be within the
accuracy stated above to ensure proper calibration.
NOTE: Make sure the monitor is not in STAND BY mode before
proceeding with the following procedure.
CAUTION ! !
WARNING ! !
CAUTION ! !
Appendix A CO2 Service
Page A-8 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
Procedure PREPARATION
1. Insert a water trap (CAT 938F-NC) and sample line (CAT 625)
on the 8100E1 monitor. Connect the other end of the sample
line to PORT 2 on the Breath Rate Simulator (CAT 1466).
2. Turn the 8100E1 monitor on and allow to run for 30 minutes.
3. Using the rotary knob, highlight PARAMS. Press the knob to
enter the Parameters menu. Verify that CO2 is ON. (If the CO
2

parameter is off, highlight CO2 using the rotary knob and press
the knob. Turn the knob until YES is displayed and press the
knob to save selection. Press the knob once more to skip the
color choice.)
4. Highlight Unit of Measure underneath CO2, and press the knob
to select. Rotate the knob until PERCENT is highlight; press the
knob to save selection.
5. Highlight EXIT and press the rotary knob to exit the Parameters
menu.
6. Highlight CONFIG and press the rotary knob to enter the
Configuration menu.
7. In the Configuration menu, highlight Enter Service Mode using
the rotary knob. Press the knob to select.
8. Rotate the knob so that YES is highlighted. Press the knob to
enter Service Mode.
9. The Enter Service Mode password box appears. Enter
password PIA418 and press the rotary knob. The Service Mode
window will appear.
Criticare Systems, Inc. nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Page A-9
Appendix A CO2 Service
CALIBRATION
1. Highlight Enter CO2 Service and press the rotary knob to select.
Rotate the knob to YES and press the knob to enter CO2
Service.
2. Using the regulator (CAT 623) and regulator bleed tube
(CAT 613B), connect the 10% CO
2
gas to PORT 1 on the Breath
Rate Simulator. Turn on the Breath Rate Simulator and the 10%
CO
2
gas.
3. Highlight CO2 Zero Cal and press the knob to select.
4. Turn the rotary knob until Request CO2 Zero Cal is displayed.
Press the knob to begin a CO2 Zero Cal. Wait for the calibration
to complete (about one (1) minute).
If the EXP CO
2
reading is between 10.0 and 10.1% power cycle
the monitor and perform the CO
2
Verification earlier in this
appendix. If the EXP CO
2
reading is above or below this range
proceed with the remaining steps.
5. Select CO2 Zero Cal with the rotary knob, turn the knob until
Abort CO2 Zero Cal is displayed, and press the knob to abort
the CO
2
Zero Cal.
6. Using the rotary knob, highlight CO2 Gain Adjustment and press
to select. Turn the rotary knob clockwise to increase the CO
2

reading and counter-clockwise to decrease the it until the CO
2

reading is as close to 10.0% as possible.
7. Go back to Step 4 and repeat until the EXP CO
2
reading is
between 10.0 and 10.1% at the end of the CO
2
Zero Cal.
8. When the EXP CO
2
reading is between 10.0 and 10.1%, power
cycle the monitor and perform the CO
2
Verification earlier in this
appendix.
Appendix A CO2 Service
Page A-10 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
Disassembly NOTE: The CO
2
Calibration and Gas Flow/C0
2
Verification in this
appendix are required after replacing the CO
2
absorber or external or
internal modules.
NOTE: Perform appropriate safety tests listed on the Field Service
Test Matrix in Section.
NOTE: Before any disassembly of the monitor, the battery must be
disconnected. Follow the procedure below:
Disconnect the Battery 1. Follow all ESD procedures as stated in Electrostatic Discharge
in Section 7 Disassembly.
2. Remove the two screws (PHMS 4-40 x .500 SEMS;
pn 40995B003) from the battery door.
3. Remove the battery door (pn 45182B001) from the rear monitor
enclosure (pn 45179B001).
4. Disconnect the cables from the battery.
5. Reassemble in reverse order.
Criticare Systems, Inc. nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Page A-11
Appendix A CO2 Service
Check/Replace the
CO
2
Absorber
1. Follow all ESD procedures as stated in Electrostatic Discharge
in Section 7 Disassembly.
2. Remove the two (2) screws (PHMS 6-32 x .375 SEMS;
pn 40496B001) from the external CO
2
module (pn 92811A002).
3. Carefully pull the external CO
2
module away from the monitor.
4. Once the external module is disconnected from the monitor,
check the condition of the CO
2
absorber (pn 40570B004).
5. If the absorber is in good condition, reassemble in reverse order
and perform the Gas Flow/CO
2
Verification in this appendix.
If the absorber must be replaced, continue with this procedure.
6. Disconnect the absorber.
Figure A-3: Disconnect CO
2
Absorber
7. Replace CO
2
absorber.
8. Reassemble in reverse order.
Disconnect tubing
Absorber
Appendix A CO2 Service
Page A-12 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
Replace the External
CO
2
Absorber
1. Follow all ESD procedures as stated in Electrostatic Discharge
in Section 7 Disassembly.
2. Remove the two (2) screws (PHMS 6-32 x .375 SEMS;
pn 40496B001) from the external CO
2
module (pn 92811A002).
3. Carefully pull the external CO
2
module away from the monitor.
4. Replace external CO
2
module.
5. Reassemble in reverse order.
Replace the Internal
CO
2
Module
1. Follow all ESD procedures as stated in Electrostatic Discharge
in Section 7 Disassembly.
2. Remove the printer module (pn 92804A001) or printer cover
(pn 45183B001) from the rear enclosure.
a. Remove the two (2) screws (PHMS 4-40 x .312 SEMS;
pn 40995B001) holding the module or cover to the rear
enclosure.
b. If the monitor has a printer module, label and remove the
ribbon cable from the printer module.
3. Remove the external CO
2
module (pn 92811A002) following the
instructions above.
4. Remove the rear enclosure (pn 92810C001).
a. Remove the four (4) nylon screws (PHMS 8-32 x .375
NYLON; pn 42654B002) on the bottom of the enclosure.
NOTE: The plastic insulator bottom (pn 45194B001) will
come off when the screws are removed. Do not lose.
b. Remove the two (2) screws (FHMS 8-32 x .375 PH PL;
pn 40083B002) located under the insulator.
c. Remove the two (2) screws (PHMS 4-40 x .500 SEMS;
pn 40995B003) from the back of the battery door.
d. Remove the two (2) screws (FHMS 6-32 x .375;
pn 40180B002) from the power area.
e. Remove the six (6) screws (PHMS 6-32 x .375 SEMS;
pn 40496B001) holding the rear enclosure to the front
enclosure.
5. Disconnect the ribbon cable at J1 on the internal CO
2
modules
PCB board.
6. Remove the four (4) screws (PHMS 6-32 x .375 SEMS;
pn 40496B001) holding the internal CO
2
module
(pn 92811A001) to the chassis.
7. Replace the internal CO
2
module.
8. Reassemble in reverse order.
Criticare Systems, Inc. nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Page A-13
Appendix A CO2 Service
Troubleshooting SYMPTOM: TRAP ERROR OR CO
2
MALFUNCTION
Problem Solution
Trap is plugged or leaks
Tubes to the trap manifold are
loose or pinched
Bad valve or pump
Replace Trap
Check manifold connections
Contact CSI Service Department
Appendix A CO2 Service
Page A-14 nGenuity 8100E Series Service Manual Criticare Systems, Inc.
Verification Checklist
Functional and Safety Testing Checklist CO
2
This checklist may be copied as needed to record field testing. Add this page
to the Functional and Safety Testing Checklist in Section 5 of this manual.
Monitor Serial Number
CO2 Processor Software Rev.
Gas Flow Verification
Pass Fail
Flow Calibration
Occlusion
Exhaust Test
CO
2
Test
Certification of CO
2
Verification
Technician:
Date:
SEE ECN #8891 2 LBS 06-14-2006
SEE ECN #10136 3 DBL 5/1/08
SEE ECN #10416 4 DBL 8/20/09
2
3 TORQUE 6 IN. LB.
8
6
6
7
SEE NOTE 1
2
2
2 3 4
1 4
NOTES:
1. TIGHTEN SCREWS (ITEM 8) FLUSH AND DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN.
2. USE 93979PXXX ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE.
3. SEE 8100EX DRAWING FOR LABEL PLACEMENT OF 95773AXXX
LABELS.
4
4
4
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SEE ECN #10416 4 DBL 8/20/09
2
3
TORQUE 6 IN. LB.
6
8
7
6
2
2
2
SEE NOTE 1
3 4
4 1
4
4
4
4
4 4
NOTES:
1. TIGHTEN SCREWS (ITEM 8) FLUSH AND DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN.
2. USE 93979PXXX ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE.
3. ADD PAPER (ITEM 4) TO PRINTER.
4. SEE 8100EX DRAWING FOR LABEL PLACEMENT OF 95773AXXX
LABELS.
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1
REFERENCE P/N:
40180B002
REFERENCE P/N:
40995B003
REFERENCE P/N:
40995B001
TORQUE 6 IN. LB.
REFERENCE P/N:
42731B001
4
4X
TORQUE
8 IN. LB.
4
TORQUE
8 IN. LB.
5
TORQUE
8 IN. LB.
3
2
6
A
DETAIL A
10
SEE NOTE 6
4
4
4
4
B
DETAIL B
7
8
9
NOTES:
1. Remove the 2 screws for the Battery Door, 2 screws near the
power inlet, 2 screws for the printer cover, 6 six screws on the
bottom (including insulator) and 8 screws securing the rear
encloser, then remove rear enlcosure.
2. Modify the rear enclosure as shown using drill fixture T3314.
Make sure that the enclosure is pressed firmly and completely
against the fixture before drilling. Secure two (2) standoffs
(Item 5: 42431B002) to the rear enclosure using two (2) KEPS
nuts (Item 6: 40284B002).
3. Remove 2 screws on each side of the chassis assembly to
drop the front. Install the CO2 cable into J16 of the Main PCB.
Install the CO2 internal assembly (Item 2) and secure it using
four (4) screws (Item 4: 40496B001).
4. Re-install the rear enclosure (including insulator), battery
cover and printer cover using previously removed hardware.
Reference current released 92800A001 and 93979A001/002
documentation for screw information.
5. Carefully line up and install the external CO2 Module (Item
3: 92800A002) and secure using two (2) screws (Item 4:
40496B001). Do not force the connection.
6. Add defib label (PN: 45699B001, part of label set PN:
95773A001) over the water trap manifold as shown.
7. Print barcode label (Item 8) containing CAT, part, and
serial number. Place behind clear window on serial number
label (Item 7).
8. Place current revision (Item 9) onto the serial tag (Item 7)
and above the address.
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
REFERENCE P/N:
40496B001
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REFERENCE P/N:
40180B002
REFERENCE P/N:
40995B003
REFERENCE P/N:
40995B001
TORQUE 6 IN. LB.
REFERENCE P/N:
42731B001
REFERENCE P/N:
40496B001
4
4X
TORQUE
8 IN. LB.
4
TORQUE
8 IN. LB.
5
TORQUE
8 IN. LB.
3
2
6
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
A
SEE NOTE 6
DETAIL A
10
4
4
4
4
4
4
B
DETAIL B
7
8
9
NOTES:
1. Remove the 2 screws for the Battery Door, 2 screws near the
power inlet, 2 screws for the printer cover, 6 six screws on the
bottom (including insulator) and 8 screws securing the rear
encloser, then remove rear enlcosure.
2. Modify the rear enclosure as shown using drill fixture T3314.
Make sure that the enclosure is pressed firmly and completely
against the fixture before drilling. Secure two (2) standoffs
(Item 5: 42431B002) to the rear enclosure using two (2) KEPS
nuts (Item 6: 40284B002).
3. Remove 2 screws on each side of the chassis assembly to
drop the front. Install the CO2 cable into J16 of the Main PCB.
Install the CO2 internal assembly (Item 2) and secure it using
four (4) screws (Item 4: 40496B001).
4. Re-install the rear enclosure (including insulator), battery
cover and printer cover using previously removed hardware.
Reference current released 92800A001 and 93979A001/002
documentation for screw information.
5. Carefully line up and install the external CO2 Module (Item
3: 92800A002) and secure using two (2) screws (Item 4:
40496B001). Do not force the connection.
6. Add defib label (PN: 45699B001, part of label set PN:
95773A001) over the water trap manifold as shown.
7. Print barcode label (Item 8) containing CAT, part and serial
number. Place behind clear window on serial number label
(Item 7).
8. Place current revision (Item 9) onto the serial tag (Item 7).
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SEE ECN #10416 7 DBL 7/20/09
2
10
12
4
1
14
19
18
5
9
15
16
6
17
TORQUE
6 IN. LB.
4X
TORQUE 8 IN. LB.
TORQUE 8 IN. LB.
TORQUE
6 IN. LB.
TORQUE 8 IN. LB.
3 2
6X
TORQUE 8 IN. LB.
2
TORQUE 8 IN. LB.
23
TORQUE 5 IN. LB.
3
24
TORQUE 8 IN. LB.
4
28
29
TORQUE
6 IN. LB.
4
4
25
4
4
4
30
BATTERY
INSTALL WITH
TERMINALS UP
4
7
6
7
SEE NOTE 1
7
7
7
7
21 7
31 7
SEE DETAIL A
7
SEE DETAIL A
7
22
7
26
27
7
7
2
3
9
17 TORQUE 8 IN. LB.
3
2
DETAIL A
SCALE 1 : 1
NOTES:
1. SLIDE FLAT PRINTER CABLE FROM CHASSIS ASSEMBLY (ITEM 1)
THROUGH THE SLOT IN THE ENCLOSURE REAR (ITEM 3) BEFORE
INSTALLING ENCLOSURE REAR.
2. AFTER MOUNTING ENCLOSURE FRONT (ITEM 2) ON THE
CHASSIS ASSEMBLY (ITEM 12) SECURE THE SPO2 CABLE TO THE
CABLE TIE HOLDER ON THE CHASSIS USING CABLE TIE (ITEM 21).
3. PROTECT FRONT SCREEN SURFACE USING DISPLAY FILM (ITEM
22).
4. SECURE THE CHOKE OF THE ECG CABLE TO THE FRAME MAIN
USING FOAM TAPE (ITEM 25) AND CABLE TIE (ITEM 26).
5. USE 92800P001 ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE.
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10
12
4
1
14
19
18
5
9
15
16
6
17
TORQUE
6 IN. LB.
4X
TORQUE 8 IN. LB.
TORQUE 8 IN. LB.
TORQUE
6 IN. LB.
TORQUE 8 IN. LB.
6X
TORQUE 8 IN. LB.
TORQUE 8 IN. LB.
23
TORQUE 5 IN. LB.
3
24
TORQUE 8 IN. LB.
28
29
TORQUE
6 IN. LB.
2
2
25
4
30
BATTERY
INSTALL WITH
TERMINALS UP
2
4
SEE NOTE 1
4
4
4
4
21
31
4
4
3
22
4
4
4
8
16
8 IN. LBS.
4 1
25 8 IN. LBS.
2X
26 2X
TORQUE
8 IN. LB.
4X
16
7
16
4
SEE NOTE 4
33
32
34
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
3
9
17 TORQUE 8 IN. LB.
SEE DETAIL A
SEE
DETAIL A
DETAIL A
SCALE 1 : 1
NOTES:
1. SLIDE FLAT PRINTER CABLE FROM CHASSIS ASSEMBLY (ITEM 1)
THROUGH THE SLOT IN THE ENCLOSURE REAR (ITEM 3) BEFORE
INSTALLING ENCLOSURE REAR.
2. AFTER MOUNTING ENCLOSURE FRONT (ITEM 2) ON THE
CHASSIS ASSEMBLY (ITEM 12) SECURE THE SPO2 CABLE TO THE
CABLE TIE HOLDER ON THE CHASSIS USING CABLE TIE (ITEM 21).
3. PROTECT FRONT SCREEN SURFACE USING DISPLAY FILM (ITEM
22).
4. CONNECT CO2 CABLE TO MAIN BRD @ J16.
5. SECURE THE CHOKE OF THE ECG CABLE TO THE FRAME MAIN
USING FOAM TAPE (ITEM 32) AND CABLE TIE (ITEM 33).
6. USE 92800P002 ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE.
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2
3
8
FRONT MAIN PCB CONNECTIONS
SEE NOTE 2
SEE NOTE 1
SEE NOTE 1
TORQUE 8 IN. LB.
TORQUE 8 IN. LB.
9
(SEE NOTE 3 AND
DETAIL B)
GROUND WIRE
(SEE NOTE 3)
MAIN BOARD
GROUND WIRE
(SEE NOTE 3)
3
3
5
3
3
4
5
SEE DETAIL A
8 11 5
SEE NOTE 1
TORQUE
8 IN. LB.
5
SEE DETAIL C
5
3
5
5
5
SEE DETAIL E FOR
WIRING CONNECTIONS
DETAIL -A-
CHECK ECG CONNECTOR
KEY TO VERIFY POSITION
AS SHOWN
3 2
DETAIL C
SCALE 1 : 1
11
11
10
2.00"
2.00"
DETAIL B
9
D
DETAIL D
SCALE 1 : 1
13
12
5
5
5
5
DETAIL E
SCALE 1 : 1
GREEN/YELLOW WIRE
BLUE WIRE
BROWN WIRE
NOTES:
1. AFTER ATTACHING CHASSIS MAIN (ITEM 2) TO THE CHASSIS
BOTTOM (ITEM 1) USING BOTTOM SCREWS (ITEM 8) PLUG IN ALL
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TO THE MAIN PCB. LIFT CHASSIS MAIN
AND INSTALL TOP SCREWS.
2. BEFORE ATTACHING CHASSIS DISPLAY (ITEM 3) CONNECT
ALL CABLES TO THE MAIN PCB.
3. CUT 2 INCHES OF FOAM TAPE (ITEM 9) AND APPLY TO THE WHITE
WIRE. REMOVE THE PAPER FORM THE TAPE AND SECURE THE GROUND
WIRE APPROXIMATELY 2 INCHES DOWN FROM THE TOP OF THE BATTERY
COMPARTMENT AND APPROXIMATELY 2 INCHES FROM RIGHT SIDE.
SEE DETAIL B. CONNECT THE GROUND TO THE MAIN BOARD GROUND
WIRE CONNECTOR.
4. USE 92803P001.
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REQUIREMENTS: Q1, Q2, Q4, Q5, Q6, Q7,Q10, Q11 AND Q16.
IN ADDITION THE QUALITY REQUIREMENTS Q9, Q13 AND Q17 APPLY.
SEE CSI WEB SITE ( www.csiusa.com/pdf/QA_Requirements.pdf )
FOR THE DEFINITION OF THE QUALITY REQUIREMENTS.
CSI #0386 Rev. 0
1 DBL SEE ECN #8842 5/15/06
2 6/12/06 LBS
4
DBL 6/23/09 5
4/30/08 DBL
3 SC 1/22/07
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2
3
4
7
8
9
10
12
13
14
18
19
21
22
23
23
24
25
26
27
20
6
28 29
TORQUE 8 IN. LB.
TORQUE 3 IN. LB.
TORQUE 6 IN. LB.
TORQUE 20 IN. LB.
TORQUE 8 IN. LB.
TORQUE 8 IN. LB.
1
1
3
CONNECT BLUE
WIRE FROM ITEM 6
CONNECT
GROUND
(GREEN/YELLOW)
WIRE FROM ITEM 6
CONNECT
BROWN WIRE
FROM ITEM 6
34
5
30
5
.5" LONG
17
(2-PL)
5
5
6
7
33
1 X 2 7
5
1.44.13
1.75.13 .94.13
17
BACK VIEW
ITEMS 11, 15 AND 34 ARE
NOT SHOWN FOR CLARITY
32
16 32
1
1
NOTES:
POSITION BATTERY SLIDE (ITEM 32) ON THE BOTTOM OF THE 1.
BATTERY COMPARTMENT LINED UP WITH THE FRONT EDGE OF
THE BATTERY COMPARTMENT AND AT EQUAL DISTANCES
FROM THE SIDE WALLS.
POSITION FOAM PAD BATTERY (ITEM 16) ON THE TOP AND 2.
SIDE WALLS OF THE BATTERY COMPARTMENT (CENTERED
FROM SIDE TO SIDE AND FROM TOP TO BOTTOM AS SHOWN
ON THE BACK VIEW) CLOSE TO THE REAR WALL. COVER
EACH OF THESE PADS WITH BATTERY SLIDE (ITEM 32) AND
STICK OVERLAPPING PARTS OF THE BATTERY SLIDES TO THE
WALLS IN FRONT OF THE FOAM PADS.
TO CUSHION FERRITE OF THE CABLE (ITEM 6) FROM THE 3.
CHASSIS (ITEM 1), PUT FOAM TAPE (ITEM 34) ON THE FERRITE
SIDE FACING CHASSIS.
VERIFY FOR NO ELECTRICAL CONTINUITY BETWEEN POWER 4.
INPUT MODULE (ITEM 8) AND CHASSIS (ITEM 1) BEFORE
CONNECTING THE CABLE (ITEM 6) TO THE POWER INPUT
MODULE (ITEM 8).
ROUTE WIRES FROM THE BATTERY CABLE (ITEM 7) OVER 5.
BATTERY BRACKET (ITEM 15). MAKE SURE WIRES ARE NOT
PINCHED UNDER FOAM PAD (ITEM 33).
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3
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1. USE SEMI-PERMANENT THREAD LOCKER (ITEM 7) TO
PREVENT SCREWS (ITEM 5) FROM LOOSENING.
2. VERIFY INSULATING VARNISH ON SVR1 OF POWER SUPPLY.
8
5
9
6 3
2
(4-PL)
SPACER
(4-PL)
CUP WASHER
1
1
APPLY THREAD
(4-PL)
LOCKER (SEE NOTE 1)
SEE NOTE 2
TORQUE 6 IN. LB.
(CUT 1/2" LONG)
STRIP
GROMMET
1
04-17-07
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8
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12
10
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17
13
TORQUE
5 IN. LB.
(4 PLACES)
TORQUE
5 IN. LB.
TORQUE 8 IN. LB.
TORQUE 8 IN. LB.
2
2
2
2
2
2
SEE DETAIL -A-
4
4
4
4
4
4
21
5
2" LONG
WRAP AROUND
OUTSIDE EDGE
OF SHIELD ITEM 3
( 3-PL)
21
6
6
APPLY 1.0" PIECE OF CAPTON
TAPE, WRAP AROUND EDGES
OF SHIELD AS SHOWN (3-PL)
7
7
19
7
CHECK ECG CONNECTOR
KEY TO VERIFY POSITION
AS SHOWN
DETAIL -A-
(NTS)
4
NOTES:
1. WRAP SHIELD (ITEM 8) AROUND MAIN PCB (ITEM 2) AND LOCK
TABS INTO THE SLOTS OF THE SHIELD. MAKE SURE ALL CONNECTORS
ON THE PCB ARE LINED UP WITH THE OPENINGS IN THE SHIELD. CLOSE
THE GAPS ON THE TOP AND BOTTOM OF THE SHIELD BY BRINGING
FRONT AND REAR OF THE SHIELD TOGETHER AND SECURE THEM IN
THIS POSITION WITH ELECTRICAL TAPE (ITEM 18) PER ASSEMBLY
PROCEDURE. ALSO SECURE THE TABS WITH THE ELECTRICAL TAPE
(ITEM 18)PER ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE.
2. WHEN INSTALLING MAIN PCB (ITEM 2) ON THE FRAME MAIN (ITEM
1) THE BOTTOM MOUNTING HOLES SHOULD BE IN FRONT OF THE
FRAME AND THE TOP HOLE - BEHIND THE FRAME.
3. PLUG ECG CABLE (ITEM 6) INTO THE SHIELDED ANALOG BOARD
(ITEM 3) BEFORE MOUNTING THE BOARD. ROUTE CABLE BETWEEN
SHIELDED ANALOG BOARD (ITEM 3) AND MAIN PCB (ITEM 2).
4. FOR TORQUE VALUES SEE THE DRAWING.
5. WITH A PERMANENT MARKER COPY THE SERIAL NUMBER OF THE
MAIN PCB (ITEM #2) ONTO BOTH SIDES OF SHIELD (ITEM #8).
THE SERIAL NUMBER MARKING SHOULD BE NEAR THE EDGE THAT
IS VISABLE AFTER ASSEMBLY. THE FIRST SHOULD BE BELOW THE
PRINTER CABLE CONNECTOR, THE SECOND, ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE,
NEAR THE RS232 CONNECTOR.
6. CONNECT THE REMAINING CABLES FROM (ITEM 6) TO REMAINING
CONNECTORS.
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CHASSIS MAIN
ASSEMBLY 92801A001
DATE DESCRIPTION BY
OF
SW
1 5/15/06 SEE ECN #8842 DBL
L. SOROKA 2/16/06
A. KAPLAN 3/8/06
J. SZOLYGA 1/9/06
6/09/06 LBS SEE ECN #8882 2
3 09/05/06 RWK SEE ECN #8946
SC 4 SEE ECN #9079 01/26/07
5 04/18/07 SEE ECN #9166 SC
05/04/07 6 SEE ECN #9190 SC
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TORQUE TO 3 IN. LB.
4
11
14
1
2
(2-PL)
VALVE 1
VALVE 2
6
15
16
17
HEAT SHRINK
1.50" LONG
18
12
(SEE PINOUT
TABLE AT RIGHT)
22
8
21
25
10
24
8
21
8
23
23
21
21
13
11
13
9.25" LONG
9.25" LONG
.75" LONG
8
2.00" LONG
1.00" LONG
2.00" LONG
2.50" LONG
2.50" LONG
1.00" LONG
TOP VIEW
9
.75" LONG
1
6
1
DETAIL A
SCALE 2 : 1.5
CHECK VALVE
ORIENTATION
SYMBOL
NOTES:
ATTACH FOAM TAPE (ITEM 14) TO THE PUMP (ITEM 1) AND 1.
MOUNT PUMP (ITEM 1) ONTO THE BRACKET (ITEM 4). SECURE
THE PUMP TO THE BRACKET USING CABLE TIES (ITEM 12).
MOUNT BOTH VALVES (ITEM 2) TO THE BRACKET USING
SCREWS (ITEM 7). TORQUE IS SPECIFIED ON THE DRAWING.
USE SEMI-PERMANENT THREAD LOCKER (ITEM 20) ON THE
SCREWS.
TWIST ALL VALVES' WIRES TOGETHER. PUT WIRES FROM PUMP 2.
AND VALVES (ITEMS 1 AND 2) THROUGH FERRITE BEADS (ITEM
16) AND SHRINK TUBING (ITEM 17).
PUT SHRINK TUBING (ITEM 17) OVER FERRITE BEADS (ITEM 16) 3.
AND HEAT SHRINK IT. FERRITE BEADS SHOULD BE POSITIONED
2.25" .25" FROM THE CONNECTOR HOUSING (ITEM 18) AND
CENTERED IN THE SHRINK TUBING.
FOR INSERTING WIRES INTO HOUSING (ITEM 18) SEE TABLE. 4.
INSTALL HOLDER TIE WRAP (ITEM 11) ONTO THE BRACKET 5.
(ITEM 4) SECURE THE WIRES TO THE HOLDER WITH CABLE TIE
(ITEM 13).
USE 92797PA002 FOR ASSEMBLY. 6.
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08-09-07
1:1
-
ASSEMBLY NIBP CHASSIS
92797A002
DATE DESCRIPTION BY
OF
SW
VENDOR SHOULD COMPLY WITH THE FOLLOWING CSI QUALITY
REQUIREMENTS: Q1, Q2, Q4, Q5, Q6, Q7,Q10, Q11 AND Q16.
IN ADDITION THE QUALITY REQUIREMENTS Q9 AND Q17 APPLY.
SEE CSI WEB SITE ( www.csiusa.com/pdf/QA_Requirements.pdf )
OR THE DEFINITION OF THE QUALITY REQUIREMENTS.
1 DBL SEE ECN #10251 2/25/09

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15
13
24
20
16
22
,75" LONG
(2-PL)
(2-PL)
14
4" LONG
(SEE NOTE 1)
NOTES:
1. APPLY (2) 4" LONG PIECES OF FOAM TAPE (ITEM 22) ALONG
EDGE OF CHASSIS (ITEM 4) AS SHOWN.
2. ASSEMBLE ITEM 25 & 29. CHECK FOR FIT. TRANSFER TO CONVERSION DEPT.
3. CUT 3 LEADS OF DETECTOR (ITEM 6) TO .100" LONG FROM BOTTOM EDGE
OF DETECTOR, USE TOOL #T10008.
7
6
(2-PL)
(2-PL) 21
8
9
3
4
(4-PL)
19
18
17
10
2
14
31
25
7 IN. LBS.
5 IN. LBS.
9
26
26
28
27 (2-PL) APPLY LOCTITE 425 ASSURE, TO THREADS
(5 IN LB)
(2-PL)
29
2
2
KAPTON TAPE
CUT 5" LONG
(SEE NOTE 2)
(2-PL)
2
P1
P2
P4
P3
3-3/4"
P6
P5
VALVE 1
VALVE 2
P8
PUMP OUT
PUMP IN
3" LONG
PUMP OUT
TO P-2
(SEE NOTE 3)
J4
SENS1
J3
J1
J6
J5
DETECTOR SOCKET AREA S1, S2, S3
(2-PL)
7 IN LBS
WET TO P4
CAL
DRY
TO P5
EXHAUST
HOLE PUNCH CIRCLES,
BEFORE APPLYING LABEL.
7 IN LBS
4-1/2"
TO P1
7" TO
PUMP IN
14
23
23
ACCUMULATOR / PUMP
(OUTER LOOP)
ACCUMULATOR / EXHAUST
(INNER LOOP)
TO P3
TO ITEM #2
EXHAUST
4"
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3 (SEE NOTE 2)
3
3
3
3
3
OUTSIDE EDGE
SHOULD TOUCH
INSIDE SURFACE
OF CHASSIS END
(ITEM 4)
ITEM DESCRIPTION
MANIFOLD BLOCK
LOCATION
1 P1 TO ACCUMULATOR/PUMP, TO PUMP IN RIGHT SIDE
2 P2 TO PUMP OUT RIGHT SIDE
3 P3 EXHAUST, TO ACCUMMULATOR/EXHAUST BOTTOM
4 P4 WET, TO PNEUMATIC RECEPTACLE PLATE AY., WET BOTTOM
5 P5 DRY, TO PNEUMATIC RECEPTACLE PLATE AY., DRY BOTTOM
6 P6 CAL, TO PNEUMATIC RECEPTACLE PLATE AY., CAL BOTTOM
7 P7 TO NEEDLE VALVE AY., ON TOP OF BLOCK LEFT SIDE
8 P8 TO "SENS1", PSI DETECTOR MOUNTED ON PCB LEFT SIDE
9 P9 TO P10 TOP
10 P10 TO P9 TOP
11 P11 TO P12 REAR
12 P12 TO P11 REAR
13 P13 VENT FRONT
14 V1 VALVE #1, MOUNT LOCATION FRONT
15 V2 VALVE #2, MOUNT LOCATION FRONT
16 N1 NEEDLE VALVE, MOUNT LOCATION TOP
17 L1 LAMP AY., MOUNT LOCATION TOP
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01-11-07
NTS
-
ASSEMBLY,
CO2 MODULE,
INTERNAL
92811A001
DATE DESCRIPTION BY
OF
SW
VENDOR SHOULD COMPLY WITH THE FOLLOWING CSI QUALITY
REQUIREMENTS: Q1, Q2, Q4, Q5, Q6, Q7,Q10, Q11 AND Q16.
IN ADDITION THE QUALITY REQUIREMENTS Q9, Q13 AND Q17 APPLY.
SEE CSI WEB SITE ( www.csiusa.com/pdf/QA_Requirements.pdf )
FOR THE DEFINITION OF THE QUALITY REQUIREMENTS.
CSI #0385 Rev. 0
1 SEE ECN #9139 SC 03/10/07
S. Coogan 01-31-07
A. Kaplan 02-02-07
K. Hawver 02-02-07
SEE ECN #9166 04/19/07 SC 2
SC 3 SEE ECN #10061 02/16/08
SEE ECN #10240 RWK 4 09/19/08
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3" LONG
(2-PL)
TORQUE
TO 3 IN LBS
TORQUE
TO 3 IN LBS
15
DETAIL A
SEE DETAIL A
3
2
Recommended Build Sequence
1. Item 4, male crimp pin ends, install into Item 2 ,
2 pcs as shown on print. Lock tabs must be
towards the outside edge, must snap into place.
2. Insert mating part , pn 91784A001, to Item 2 in
order to center the male crimp pin of Item 4.
Check that the lock tabs are still holding, tabs must
be towards the outside edge, must snap into place.
3. Add adhesive, Item 16, with a syringe to the
openings of Item 2, from where the wires stickout
of Item 2, fill to the end of the cavity, 2 places.
4. After adhesive is tack free ( 4 hours ), remove
91784A001 and install remaining items.
2
17
4
ADD LOCTITE ASSURE
425 AFTER ASSEMBLY
(FROM THE BACK SIDE)
4
4
VERIFY TUBING (2 PCS)
IS INSTALLED HERE (PART
OF ITEM 3)
PHS (2-PL)
TORQUE TO
3 IN LBS
4
4
4
5
2
LOCK TABS TOWARDS
OUTSIDE EDGE.
ADD ADHESIVE (ITEM #16)
HERE AFTER INSERTING PINS
(SEE NOTE 3)
TIGHTEN UNTIL FULLY
INSERTED (FLUSH) -
DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN
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NTS
01-04-07
SC
CO2 MODULE
ASSEMBLY EXTERNAL
-
DATE DESCRIPTION BY
OF
SW
VENDOR SHOULD COMPLY WITH THE FOLLOWING CSI QUALITY
REQUIREMENTS: Q1, Q2, Q4, Q5, Q6, Q7,Q10, Q11 AND Q16.
IN ADDITION THE QUALITY REQUIREMENTS Q9, Q13 AND Q17 APPLY.
SEE CSI WEB SITE ( www.csiusa.com/pdf/QA_Requirements.pdf )
FOR THE DEFINITION OF THE QUALITY REQUIREMENTS.
CSI #0384 Rev. 0
SC SEE ECN #9166 04/17/07 1
K. Hawver 03-01-07
L. Penton 03-01-07
S. Coogan 02-28-07
2 RWK SEE ECN #10227 05/18/08
3 12/17/08 SEE ECN #10343 DBL
4/1/09 DBL SEE ECN #10252 4
5 5/29/09 SEE ECN #10439 DBL

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SEE ECN #8932 3 RWK 10/04/06
SEE ECN #9079 4 SC 01/22/07
SEE ECN #9166 5 SC 04/17/07
SEE ECN #10416 6 DBL 6/19/09
6
10
11
9
18
13
2
17
7
1
4
5
15
15
13
NUT AND LOCK WASHER
ARE PARTS OF ROTARY
ENCODER (ITEM 9)
CUT TUBING PIECES
1/4 LONG (2 PLACES)
TORQUE
2 IN. LB.
TORQUE
2 IN. LB.
TORQUE 6 IN. LB.
TORQUE 6 IN. LB.
3
21
4
16
8
1.25" LONG
4
4
NOTES:
1. CONNECT CABLE FROM DISPLAY (ITEM #2) TO BACKLIGHT
INVERTER (ITEM #5) AT THE TOP OF THE BOARD (GRAY WIRE
TOWARDS INSIDE POSITION).
2. ATTACH 1/4 INCH TUBING (ITEM 15) TO ALL FOUR THREADED STANDOFFS
LOCATED ON THE MEMBRANE.
3. USE 92802P001 ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE.
SEE NOTE 1
SEE NOTE 1
4
4
4
5
6
6
6
6
CUT TUBING PIECES
1/4 LONG (2 PLACES)
6
TORQUE 4 IN. LB.
(4 PLACES)
6
6
8
8
8
.25" LONG
6
2.5" LONG
6
4" LONG
6
2
4
4
6
6
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REV. DATE DESCRIPTION BY
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L. SOROKA 02/16/06
M. LARSEN 02/16/06
J. SZOLYGA 01/6/06

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2
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3
5
7
6
8
GROUND WIRE
CUT TO 1.5" LENGTH,
STRIP .25" EACH END,
SOLDER WIRE TO SHIELD
BOARD (ITEM #6) FIRST,
THEN TO ANALOG
BOARD (ITEM #1) AT
LOCATION P6.
9
TORQUE 5 IN. LB.
TORQUE 5 IN. LB.
2
MARK (ITEM #1) PCB
SERIAL NUMBER THIS
SURFACE
2
2
5
ALIGN EDGE OF INSULATOR
ITEM #5 WITH EDGE OF BOARD
AS SHOWN.
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DBL
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L. SOROKA 2/24/06
M. LARSEN 2/24/06
K. HAWVER 2/24/06
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1
3
5
6
4
9
8
TORQUE 4 IN. LB.
TORQUE 6 IN. LB.
10
9
4
6
8
3
1
7
2
5
TORQUE 4 IN. LB.
TORQUE 6 IN. LB.
10
2
2
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PRINTER MODULE
ASSEMBLY 92804A001
DATE DESCRIPTION BY
OF
SW
1 5/15/06 SEE ECN #8842 DBL
L. SOROKA 3/7/06
A. KAPLAN 3/8/09
J. SZOLYGA 3/9/06
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5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
D D
C C
B B
A A
/EXTRAM
VCON
/EXTRAM
VA8
/E1355CS
LCAS
UD1
VA2
/DSPOFF
/MCWAT
LD6
UD3
UD4
VA3
UD2
VA1
UD6
CL2
LD5
LD4
VA4
RAS
UCAS
LD7
LD2
FLM
/RESET
MOD
VA5
VA7
LD3
CL1
UD7
LD0
VA0
VA6
UD0
M9
MA19
0CLK
UD5
LD1
CL2B
FLMB
LD6B
LD2B
LD0B
UD5B
LD7B
UD0B
UD7B
LD4B
UD2B
CL1B
LD5B
LD1B
UD4B
UD1B
LD3B
UD6B
UD3B
/PRNRST
/PRNSTRB
ALE
/MRD
U/D
CL2
FLM
CL1
/DSPOFF
MOD
/CONNC
CONCS
CONU/D
CHRG1_DS
/SD
DS
/RESET
VD1
VD2
VD8
0CLK
BRGHT
0CLK
/RESET
/LWR
/HWR
/HWR
/LWR
/LWR
/MRD
/MRD
AS
/HWR
BD0
BD6
BD3
/PRNSTRB
PSEL
/ERROR
PRNPS1
BD4
/PRACK
/PFEED
BD7
BD2
BD1
/PRNRST
ERR1
BD5
PBUSY
ERR0
/PRNFLG
/PCMCEN1
/PCMCEN2
/LWR
/MRD
/HWR BA6
BA5
BA4
BA1
BA0
BA11
BA13
BA9
BA10
BA7
BA8
BA14
BA15
BA0
BA1
BA2
BA3
BA4
BA5
BA6
BA7
BA8
BA9
BA10
BA11
BA13
BA12
BA15
BA14
PD0
PD1
PD2
PD3
PD4
PD5
PD7
PD6
PD9
PD10
PD12
PD11
PD14
PD13
PD15
PD8
/ETHCE1
/ETHCE2
/REG
/OWR
/ORD
/MEMRD
/MEMWR
PD8
PD9
PD10
GND
GND
PD3
PD4
PD5
PD6
PD7
/SYMCE2
/ORD
/OWR
PD1
PD0
PD2
/PCMCRST1
/REG
/MCWAT
PD11
PD13
PD12
PD15
PD14
/SYMCE1
/MEMRD
/SYMCE2
/SYMCE1
/MEMWR
/PCMCNT1
BA3
BA2
/C1D2
/C1D1
TDO1
TMS
TCK
BA6
BA1
BA4
BA0
BA5
BA14
BA8
BA7
BA13
BA11
BA10
BA9
BA15
PD8
PD9
PD10
GND
GND
PD4
/ETHCE2
PD3
PD6
PD5
PD7
/ORD
/OWR
/MCWAT
PD0
/REG
PD2
PD1
/PCMCRST2
PD11
PD13
PD12
PD15
PD14
/ETHCE1
/MEMRD
BA3
BA2
/C2D2
/C2D1
/MEMWR
/PCMCNT2
BA12
GND
BA12
GND
NURSECALL
ALE
ALE
AD7
AD6
AD5
AD4
AD3
AD2
AD1
AD0
MA4
MA2
MA7
MA1
MA3
MA0
MA5
MA6
/CANNT /RDCAN
/WRCAN
MD11
MD15
MD8
MD12
MD9
MD10
MD14
MD13
CANH
ECGON
/RESET
0CLK/10MHZ
/MRD
/HWR
CANL
BP12ON
X4ON
X1ON
X1ON
X2ON X3ON
X3ON
CANH
X4ON
CANL
CANL
CANH
KEY4
/MRD
/HWR
MA17
MA19
MA18
/EXTMEM
/OSEL
/C2D2
/C2D1
/C1D2
/C1D1
MD0
MD1
MD2
MD3
MD4
MD5
MD6
MD7
MD8
MD9
MD10
MD11
MD12
MD13
TD
TMS
TCK
TDO
/RESET
/EXTROM
AS
DS
BD0
BD1
BD2
BD3
BD4
BD5
BD6
BD7
CONU/D
CONCS
/CONNC
MD15
MD14
WAVE
/COM1DTR
COM1RX
/COM1RTS
COM1TX
/COM1CTS
/COM1DSR
DTR
CTS
RTS
RX1
DSR
TX1
KEY7
KEY5
CANL
/SHUTLCD
TONE
AUDOGAN
RX2
BOOT1TX
BOOT2RX
BOOT1RX
RX3
TX3 BOOT2TX
TX2
/BOOT2
WAVE
RX2
MFLASH2
TX2
RX3
TX3
MFLASH1
MD9
MD4
MD6
MD6
MD13
MD10
MD2
MD2
MD0
MD15
MD14
MD1
MD0
MD5
MD13
MD11
/MRD
MD8
MD4
MD9
MD2
MD15
MD14
MD13
MD12
MD12
/EXTROM
MD3
MD9
MD3
MD8
MD8
MD11
MD15
MD9
MD7
MD14
MD9
MD3
MD5
MD5
MD12
MD12
MD11
MD11
MD0
MD[0..15]
MD1
MD4
MD10
/MRD
MD15
/RESET
MD13
MD1
MD2
MD10
MD10
MD14
MD12
MD12
MD0
MD2
MD6
MD11
MD5
MD7
MD7
MD1
MD1
MD8
MD15
MD15
MD3
MD13
MD6
MD7
MD0 MD3
MD4
MD14
MD13
MD5
MD8
MD10
MD6
MD11
MD14
MD9
MD7 MD4
MD8
MD10
/FWR
ERR1
ERR0
SCL
/ERROR
TONE
0CLK/10MHZ
KEY1
KEY2
KEY3
KEY11
KEY10
KEY9
KEY8
KEY6
MA14
MA9
MA4
MA16
MA18
MA13
MA15 MA13
MA16
MA15
MA3
MA10 MA8
MA14
MA15
MA11
MA19
MA1
MA0
MA[0..19]
MA12
MA12 MA7
MA15
MA9
MA4
MA10
MA14
MA12
MA4
MA3
MA17
MA2
MA8
MA0
MA17
MA10
MA13
MA16
MA6
MA5
MA11
MA1
MA8
MA18
MA11
MA2
MA8
MA0
MA7
MA5
MA2
MA18
MA7
MA14
MA9 MA6
MA12
MA1
MA4
MA10
MA13
MA5
MA3
MA16
MA9
MA6
MA1
MA3
MA17
MA17
MA7
MA6
MA11
MA2
MA5
MA17
MA17
/EXTRAM
/RESET
/PCMCRST1
/PCMCRST2
CARDDET1
CARDDET2
PWMECG+
LD0B LD1B
LD3B LD2B
LD4B
LD5B LD6B
LD7B
FLMB /DSPOFFB
CL1B
CL2B
VCON
UD0B
UD1B UD2B
UD3B
UD4B UD5B
UD6B UD7B
/HTACH
CANH
VD10
M9
R/L
ENAB
/KEYNT
/PCMCNT1
CARDDET2
CHRG1_DS
TOCPU2CLK
SDA
COM1RX
/RESETCPU2
AUDOGAN
MFLASH1
/MCWAT
GND
BOOT1TX
CARDDET1
/COM1DSR
TOCPU2TX
/COM1RTS
PBUSY
/RESET
/COM1CTS
/PCMCEN2
/PRNFLG
/COM1DTR
PSEL
ENCB
/CANNT
/PCMCEN1
/OSEL
/BOOT1
/KEYNT
COM1TX
/PCMCNT2
/PFEED
ENCA
TOCPU2RX
/CSCAN
/BOOT1
BOOT1RX
/CSCAN
MA20
/EXTMEM
GND
/NM
10MHZ
/E1355CS
/HTACH
/HTACH
MA7
MA13
MA16
MA5
MA11
MA14
MA10
MA2
MA8
MA12
MA15
MA9
MA6
MA1
MA4
MA3
MA5
MA9
MA7
MA14
MA6
MA3
MA2
MA8
MA11
MA13
MA10
MA15
MA16
MA12
MA1
MA4
MA19
3VBKUP
X2ON
ECGON
BP12ON
NURSECALL
X1ON
X4ON
X2ON
X3ON
/FWR
MFLASH1
MFLASH1
MA20
ENCKEY
SDA
UD1
UD3
UD2
LD2
LD3
LD0
UD0
LD1
LD6
UD4
UD6
LD5
LD4
LD7
UD7
UD5
LD1B
LD2B
LD0B
LD3B
UD2B
UD0B
UD3B
UD1B
UD7B
UD5B
LD7B
UD6B
LD4B
LD5B
UD4B
LD6B
FLMB
CL1B
/DSPOFFB
CL2B
PRNPS1
SCL
MA18
ON/OFF
CON_W
CON_W CON_W
BKLTON
ANLGOUT2
ANLGOUT2
ENCKEY
TOU6
TOU6
PWMECG+
VD1
RAS
VA3
B0
VD2
UCAS
VA7
VA1
VA0
LCAS
VA4
BKLTON
R0
VA8
VA2
VD8
VA6
VA5
VD10
/VWE
/HWR
TDO
MA19
TCK
TMS
TDO
TD
ON/OFF
BRGHT
ENCA
ENCB
/RESET
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5D
+VD
+5BL
+3.3D
+3.3D
+VD
AVCC
+VD
AVCC
+5D
+PWR_SW
+VD
+5D AVCC
+3.3D
+3.3D
+5D
+5D
+5VREF
+2.5VREF
+5P
+5B
+5A
-5A
VCCVDD
+5D
VSS
+3.3D
+8V
+5D
+5D
+VD
+5VREF
+5BL
+LCD
+LCD
+3.3D
+5D
+LCD
GND
+5B
+8V
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5P
+5P
+5P
+5P
+5D
+5D
+5P
+5P
+5P
+5P
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5D
+PWR_SW
+5D
+5D
+PWR_SW
+5A
+5VREF
+5D
+5D
+5D
-5A
+5A
+5VREF
+5D
+PWR_SW
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5BL
+3.3D
+5BL
+LCD
+LCD
-5A
+LCD
+5D
+5D
+5VREF
+5D
+VD
+5D
+5D
+5D
+LCD
+LCD
+LCD
+8V
+5D
+5A
WDOG
BATTLVL1
BATTLVL2
TOCPU2TX
TOCPU2SCK
+5VREF
+2.5VREF
+5A
+5P
+5B
-5A
+5D
GND_ANL
+3.3D
CHRG1_DS
/SD
+8V
ACN
TEMP
/RESETCPU2
CPU2CLK
GND
GRNLED
ON_SW
/SHUTLCD
AUDOGAN
TONE
BOOT2RX
BOOT2TX
/BOOT2
MFLASH2
/BOOT1
TOCPU2RX
/RESET
ONOFF
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20925 Crossroads Circle, Waukesha, WI 53186
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KRSHNAN,K
306
&5,7,&$5(6<67(06,1&
20925 Crossroads Circle, Waukesha, WI 53186
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be copied or divulged without written consent oI CRITICARE SYSTEMS INC.
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KRSHNAN,K
306
256KX16
Orient pin 1 bottom side on PCB
Resistors help configure NEC LCD for reverse video
MODE 6, 128K FLASH
HIGH PWR
TSOP 48
ACTIVE
TFT CON.
MODE:INTEL
/RD,/WR >= 20,60 nSec.
Insert one wait state
to get /WR >= 60 nSec
400000H :
5FFFFFH
to match the timing requirements of SJA1000
PLCC 44
These gates are used to create time delays,
CAN ECG CONNECTOR
CAN EXTERNAL RACK CONNECTOR
From optocoupler of ECG board
RI
DCD
CAN IBP CONNECTOR
SHORT PIN 8 TO GND FOR BOOT1
COM2
FOR FLASH DOWN LOAD IN BOOT MODE:
SHORT PIN 1 TO GND FOR BOOT2
/EXTR0M = 20000H -9FFFFH
/EXTRAM = A0000H -DFFFFH And 100000 - 1FFFFFH
/INKEYS = E0000H -FFFFFH
OPTIONSON [ECGON,IBPON,NURSECALL,X1..5ON]
= 20XXXXH-21XXXXH[MD8.15]
MCTRL= 24XXXXH-25XXXXH[MD8..15]
[CONCS,CONINC,CONU/D,/PCMRST1,/PCMRST2,EXT1..3]
PLD EQUATIONS:
CARDDET1 = /(/C1D1 & /C1D2)
CARDDET2 = /(/C2D1 & /C2D2)
KEY[1..12] = MD[0..11] @ E0000H
/KEYINT = KEY1 & KEY2...& KEY12.
SEIKO PRINTER LTP1245 CON.
PRINTER DTASTRB = 22XXXXH-23XXXXH[MD8..15]
DS = 28XXXXH - 29XXXXH
AS = 2AXXXXH - 2BXXXXH
800000H - 80FFFFH A00000H - A0FFFFH
SYMBOL RF CARD SLOT ETHERNET CARD SLOT
50UA STD.BY MAX.
DATA OUT/IN COINCIDENT WITH /HWR or /MRD
CONNECTOR - HITACHI PASSIVE
/DTASTRB
1500V AC isolation, 500mW max. Power Dissipation
Do not exceed 800 mA load current.
PTH on RIGHT TOP CORNER
Rev S2
T
R
B
Robb Smith 5/15/06
Alex Kaplan 5/15/06
Jon Szolyga 5/15/06
91340S005
-All capacitors are in uF
unless otherwise noted.
unless otherwise noted
-All resistors are 1%, 1/10W
Notes:
-Bare board : 83599B005
U48 NOT USED
W1 PTH on RIGHT BOTTOM CORNER
Range = -2.5V
to +2.5V
0 12/26/06
Wire to -BATT
C32
.1
C32
.1
1
2
C49
.1
C49
.1
1
2
TGD2
TRSGRD
TGD2
TRSGRD 1
2
J3
ACTVELCDCON
J3
ACTVELCDCON
1 2
3 4
5 6
7 8
9 10
11 12
13 14
15 16
17 18
19 20
21 22
23 24
25 26
27 28
29 30
31
C127
DN
C127
DN
1
2
J8
ROTENCON
J8
ROTENCON
1
2
3
4
5
6
C5
.1
C5
.1
1 2
CRA9 10KX4 CRA9 10KX4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
C11
.1
C11
.1
1
2
C83
.1
C83
.1
1
2 R239 DN R239 DN
1 2
C57
.1
C57
.1
1
2
R39
3.9K 1/4W
R39
3.9K 1/4W
1 2
TGD1
DN
TGD1
DN
1
2
C33
.1
C33
.1
1
2
C128
.1
C128
.1
1
2
C155
.01
C155
.01
1 2
R121
DN
R121
DN
1 2
E3
BLA31AG601SN4D
E3
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
R249
10K
R249
10K
1 2
R237 0 OHMS R237 0 OHMS
1 2
CRA14 10KX4 CRA14 10KX4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
C69
.1
C69
.1
1
2
R35
10K
R35
10K
1
2
U39
EPM7128STC100-10
U39
EPM7128STC100-10
K12
57
K1
56
K2
55
K3
54
K4
53
K5
52
K6
40
K7
90
K8
89
K9
61
K10
60
K11
58
/RESET
68
A18
87
/C1D2
63
O0
24
O1
25
O2
5
O3
1
O4
2
O5
92
O6
93
O7
94
V
C
C
3
G
N
D
1
1
A19
88
A17
69
/C1D1
64
/C2D2
65
G
N
D
2
6
O8
96
O9
97
O10
98
O11
99
O12
79
O13
78
O14
77
O15
76
/C2D1
67
/EXTMEM
70
/HWR
72
/MRD
71
V
C
C
1
8
/EXTRAM
6
/EXTROM
7
/OSEL
75
AS
10
DS
9
/DTASTRB
14
/OPTONSON
13
/SPARE
8
/MCTRL
12
ECGON
41
BPON
42
X1ON
49
X2ON
45
X3ON
46
X4ON
47
X5ON
48
BD0
31
BD1
32
BD2
33
BD3
50
BD4
27
BD5
28
BD6
29
BD7
30
CONUD
37
CONNC
36
CONCS
35
NURSECALL
44
CARDDET1
23
CARDET2
22
/PCMRST1
16
/PCMRST2
17
/KEYNT
100
V
C
C
3
4
V
C
C
3
9
V
C
C
5
1
V
C
C
6
6
V
C
C
8
2
V
C
C
9
1
G
N
D
3
8
G
N
D
4
3
G
N
D
5
9
G
N
D
7
4
G
N
D
8
6
G
N
D
9
5
TD
4
TMS
15
TCLK
62
TD0
73
NC
80
NC
81
NC
83
NC
84
NC
85
EXT1
19
EXT2
20
EXT3
21
R258 100 R258 100
1 2
C31
.1
C31
.1
1
2
U29
ATF1500AL
U29
ATF1500AL
ALE
1
A7
2
A6
16
A5
14
A4
18
A3
17
A2
13
A1
12
A0
11
D7
21
D6
41
D5
40
D4
39
D3
38
D2
37
D1
36
D0
24
AD7
26
AD6
27
AD5
28
AD3
31
AD2
32
AD1
33
/RD
8
/WR
9
/CSCAN
44
ADDREN
25
/RDCAN
19
AD4
29
/WRCAN
20
V
C
C
2
3
V
C
C
3
5
V
C
C
1
5
V
C
C
3
G
N
D
1
0
G
N
D
2
2
G
N
D
3
0
G
N
D
4
2
AD0
34
CLK
43
R128
100K
R128
100K
1 2
R56
2M
R56
2M
1
2
R94
DN
R94
DN
1 2
C27
.1
C27
.1
1 2
E12 BLA31AG601SN4D E12 BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
C12
.1
C12
.1
1
2
R127
0
R127
0
1 2
C74
.1
C74
.1
1
2
R122
0
R122
0
1 2
R48
10K
R48
10K
C45
.1
C45
.1
1
2
R224
DN
R224
DN
1 2
Q2
2N7002
Q2
2N7002 1
3
2
R2
DN
R2
DN
1
3
2
C223
120pf
C223
120pf
1
2
U20 512K55NS U20 512K55NS
A0
12
A1
11
A2
10
A3
9
A4
8
A5
7
A6
6
A7
5
A8
27
A9
26
A10
23
A11
25
A12
4
A13
28
A14
3
O0
13
O1
14
O2
15
O3
17
O4
18
O5
19
O6
20
O7
21
V
C
C
3
2
G
N
D
1
6
A15
31
CE1
22
OE
24
WE
29
A16
2
CE2
30
NC
1
C10
.1
C10
.1
1
2
TGD6
TRSGRD
TGD6
TRSGRD
1
2
R44
10K
R44
10K 1 2
C68
.1
C68
.1
1
2
R5
243
R5
243
1 2
J17
DN
J17
DN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
J2
DN
J2
DN
1 2
3 4
5 6
7 8
9 10
11 12
13 14
15 16
17 18
19 20
21 22
23 24
25 26
27 28
29 30
31 32
33 34
35 36
37 38
39 40
41
C44
.1
C44
.1
1
2
R187
DN
R187
DN
1 2
C156
.01
C156
.01
1
2
R9
DN
R9
DN
1 2
U21
512K55NS
U21
512K55NS
A0
12
A1
11
A2
10
A3
9
A4
8
A5
7
A6
6
A7
5
A8
27
A9
26
A10
23
A11
25
A12
4
A13
28
A14
3
O0
13
O1
14
O2
15
O3
17
O4
18
O5
19
O6
20
O7
21
V
C
C
3
2
G
N
D
1
6
A15
31
CE1
22
OE
24
WE
29
A16
2
CE2
30
NC
1
CRA3
1Kx2
CRA3
1Kx2
1
2
4
3
R230
DN
R230
DN
1 2
E10
BLA31AG601SN4D
E10
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
C90
.1
C90
.1
1
2
C1
DN
C1
DN
1
2
C214
DN
C214
DN
1
2
R12
100K
R12
100K
1
2
R255
2.49K
R255
2.49K
J6
DN
J6
DN
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
19
19
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
24
24
25
25
26
26
27
27
28
28
29
29
30
30
31
31
32
32
33
33
34
34
35
35
36
36
37
37
38
38
39
39
40
40
41
41
42
42
43
43
44
44
45
45
46
46
47
47
48
48
49
49
50
50
51
51
52
52
53
53
54
54
55
55
56
56
57
57
58
58
59
59
60
60
61
61
62
62
63
63
64
64
65
65
66
66
67
67
68
68
C132
.1
C132
.1
1
2
C62
.1
C62
.1
1
2
U13
SED1355
U13
SED1355
DB0
31
DB1
30
DB2
29
DB3
28
DB4
27
DB5
26
DB6
25
DB7
24
RD/WR
10
WE1
9
WAT
15
M/R
5
RESET
11
BCLK
13
CLK
69
FPD3
82
FPD2
81
FPD1
80
FPD0
79
FPD10
90
FPSHFT
77
FPD9
89
FPD8
88
FPD7
86
DRDY
76
FPD6
85
FPD5
84
FPD4
83
MA0
61
MA1
63
MA2
65
MA3
67
MA4
66
MA5
64
MA6
62
MA7
60
MA8
58
MA9
56
MA10
59
MA11
57
MD11
42
MD12
40
MD13
38
MD14
36
MD0
35
MD1
37
MD2
39
MD3
41
MD4
43
MD5
45
MD6
47
MD7
49
FPFRAME
73
FPLNE
74
V
D
D
3
3
G
N
D
1
4
G
N
D
3
2
G
N
D
6
8
G
N
D
5
0
G
N
D
7
8
G
N
D
9
6
DACVDD
104
V
D
D
1
0
9
V
D
D
5
5
V
D
D
9
7
G
N
D
1
1
0
ABO
3
AB1
2
AB2
1
AB3
128
AB4
127
AB5
126
AB6
125
AB7
124
AB8
123
AB9
122
AB10
121
AB11
120
AB12
119
AB13
118
AB14
117
AB15
116
AB16
115
AB17
114
AB18
113
AB19
112
AB20
111
DB8
23
DB9
22
DB10
21
DB11
20
DB12
19
DB13
18
DB14
17
DB15
16
WE0
8
RD
7
BS
6
/CS
4
V
D
D
1
2
DACVSS
106
HRTC
107
MD8
48
MD9
46
MD10
44
MD15
34
RAS
54
LCAS
51
UCAS
52
WE
53
LCDPWR
75
FPD11
91
FPD12
92
FPD13
93
FPD14
94
FPD15
95
VRTC
108
DACVDD
102
GREEN
103
BLUE
105
DACVDD
99
RED
100
REF
101
G
N
D
8
7
TESTEN
70
SUSPEND
71
DACVSS
98
V
D
D
7
2
CRA4
220X2
CRA4
220X2
1
2
4
3
R10
DN
R10
DN
1 2
C89
.1
C89
.1
1
2
E11
BLA31AG601SN4D
E11
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
C3
.1
C3
.1
1 2
R57
100K
R57
100K
1 2
R259 100 R259 100
1 2
U1
OSC-24.576MHZ
U1
OSC-24.576MHZ
/DS
1
GND
2
VCC
4
OUT
3
+
-
U7A
DN
+
-
U7A
DN
3
2
1
8
4
C140
.1
C140
.1
1
2
C63
.1
C63
.1
1
2
C125
DN
C125
DN
1
2
TVS1
MMBZ5V6ALT-1
TVS1
MMBZ5V6ALT-1
1 2
3
C2
DN
C2
DN
1
2
U24
BQ3285S
U24
BQ3285S
RQ
19
V
N
2
4
32k
23
EXTRAM
22
RCL
21
MOT
1
VSS
16
RST
18
DS
17
AS
14
R/W
15
CS
13
BC
20
AD0
4
AD1
5
AD2
6
AD3
7
AD4
8
AD5
9
AD6
10
AD7
11
X1
2
X2
3
E8
BLA31AG601SN4D
E8
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
C37
DN
C37
DN
1
2
U30
HD64F2357TE
U30
HD64F2357TE
V
C
C
5
2
V
C
C
7
6
V
C
C
3
3
XTAL
77
EXTAL
78
PF7/0CLK
80
MD2
115
MD1
114
MD0
113
/RES
73
/STBY
75
PF0/BREQ
88
PF1/BACK
87
NM
74
P35/SCK1
58
P34/SCK0
57
V
S
S
2
4
V
S
S
6
V
S
S
5
9
V
S
S
7
9
V
S
S
1
5
V
S
S
3
8
P65/RQ1
31
P66/CS6/RQ2
30
P67/CS7//RQ3
29
PF6/AS
82
PF5/RD
83
PF4/HWR
84
PF3/LWR
85
PF2/LCAS/WAT/BREQ0
86
PA3/A19
23
PA2/A18
22
PA1/A17
21
PA0/A16
20
PB7/A15
19
PB6/A14
18
PB5/A13
17
PB4/A12
16
PB3/A11
14
PB2/A10
13
PB1/A9
12
PB0/A8
11
PC7/A7
10
PC6/A6
9
PC5/A5
8
PC4/A4
7
PC3/A3
5
PC2/A2
4
PC1/A1
3
PC0/A0
2
PD7/D15
51
PD6/D14
50
PD5/D13
49
PD4/D12
48
PD3/D11
46
PD2/D10
45
PD1/D9
44
PD0/D8
43
PE7/D7
42
PE6/D6
41
PE5/D5
40
PE4/D4
39
PE3/D3
37
PE2/D2
36
PE1/D1
35
PE0/D0
34
P33/RXD1
56
P32/RXD0
55
P31/TXD1
54
P30/TXD0
53
P63/TEND1
63
P62/DREQ1
62
P27/PO7/TOCB5/TMO1
64
P26/PO6/TOCA5/TMO0
65
P25/PO5/TOCB4/TMC1
66
P24/PO4/TOCA4/TMR1
67
P23/PO3/TOCD3/TMC0
68
P21/PO1/TOCB3
70
D/A/C/K/0/TOCA0/PO8/P10
112
DACK1/TOCB0/PO9/P11
111
TCLKA/TOCC0/PO10/P12
110
TCKB/TOCD0/PO11/P13
109
TOCA1/PO12/P14
108
TCLKC/TOCB1/PO13/P15
107
TOCA2/PO14/P16
106
TCLKD/TOCB2/PO15/P17
105
AN7/P47/DA1
102
AN6/P46/DA0
101
AN5/P45
100
AN4/P44
99
AN3/P43
98
AN2/P42
97
AN1/P41
96
AN0/P40
95
AVCC
93
AVSS
103
VREF
94
PA4/A20/RQ4
25
PA5/A21/RQ5
26
PA6/A22/RQ6
27
PA7/A23/RQ7
28
P64/RQ0
32
V
S
S
1
0
4
P61/TEND0//CS5
61
P60/DREQ0/CS4
60
P20/PO0/TOCA3
71
F
W
E
7
2
V
C
C
1
V
C
C
8
1
P50/TXD2
89
P51/RXD2
90
P53/ADTRG
92
CAS/PG0
116
CS0/PG4
120
CS1/PG3
119
CS2/PG2
118
CS3/PG1
117
P52/SCK2
91
P22/PO2/TOCC3
69
V
S
S
4
7
Q3 2N7002 Q3 2N7002 1
2
3
J12
ECGBDCON
J12
ECGBDCON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
+
-
U7B
DN
+
-
U7B
DN
5
6
7
C55
.1
C55
.1
1
2
C126
DN
C126
DN
1
2
C131
.1
C131
.1
1
2
U22
256Kx16EDODRAM
U22
256Kx16EDODRAM
A0
16
A1
17
A2
18
A3
19
A4
22
A5
23
A6
24
A7
25
A8
26
RAS
14
LCAS
29
UCAS
28
NC
11
NC
12
O0
2
O1
3
O2
4
O3
5
O4
7
O5
8
O6
9
O7
10
V
C
C
1
G
N
D
2
1
OE
27
WE
13
NC
30
V
C
C
2
0
G
N
D
4
0
V
C
C
6
G
N
D
3
5
O8
31
O9
32
O10
33
O11
34
O12
36
O13
37
O14
38
O15
39
NC
15
C76
.1
C76
.1
1
2
R11
DN
R11
DN
1 2
J10
COM2CON
J10
COM2CON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
S
S
E13
BLA31AG601SN4D
E13
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
R24
DN
R24
DN
1 2
C232
.1
C232
.1
1
2
E7
BLA31AG601SN4D
E7
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
F3
DN
F3
DN
1 2
R50
100K
R50
100K
1 2
R99
DN
R99
DN
1 2
C139
.1
C139
.1
1
2
R19
DN
R19
DN
1 2
R6
0
R6
0
1 2
U19A
74HC14
U19A
74HC14
1 2
R49
100K
R49
100K
1
2
U23B
DN
U23B
DN
5
6
7
E6
BLA31AG601SN4D
E6
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
TVS2
DN
TVS2
DN
1 2
3
R225
DN
R225
DN
1 2
CRA23
100KX4
CRA23
100KX4
1 2 3 4
8 7 6 5
R124
DN
R124
DN
1 2
R7
DN
R7
DN
1
2
U19B
74HC14
U19B
74HC14
3 4
E24 BLA31AG601SN4D E24 BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
R193
150
R193
150
1
2
U23A
DN
U23A
DN
3
2
1
8
4
E9
BLA31AG601SN4D
E9
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
E5
BLA31AG601SN4D
E5
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
C134
.1
C134
.1
1
2
R125
DN
R125
DN
1 2
R93
DN
R93
DN
1 2
U6
DN
U6
DN
NC
1
U/D
2
CS
7
VH
3
VW
5
VL
6
RT1
DN
RT1
DN
1 2
R197
150
R197
150
1
2
R254
DN
R254
DN
1 2
C230
.1
C230
.1
1
2
C53
.22F
C53
.22F
1 2
C34
DN
C34
DN
1
2
E4
BLA31AG601SN4D
E4
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
R46
365K
R46
365K
1 2
U55
X24645
U55
X24645
NC
1
S1
2
S2
3
VSS
4
SDA
5
SCL
6
WP
7
VCC
8
C7
.1
C7
.1
1
2
R63
0 Ohms
R63
0 Ohms
1 2
C141
.1
C141
.1
1
2
R204
150
R204
150
1
2
C52
15pF
C52
15pF
1 2
TVS4
DN
TVS4
DN
1 2
3
R232
10K
R232
10K
1 2
R105
DN
R105
DN
1
2
S5
DN
S5
DN
1
C26
.1
C26
.1
1 2
R26
DN
R26
DN
1 2
R15
DN
R15
DN
1 2
+
-
U25A
AD822A
+
-
U25A
AD822A
3
2
1
8
4
R233
121K
R233
121K
1 2
C14
.1
C14
.1
1
2
CRA13
10KX2
CRA13
10KX2
1
2
4
3
P1
JTAGCON
P1
JTAGCON
1 2
3 4
5 6
7 8
9 10
U38
AQV212
U38
AQV212
1
2
3
6
5
4
CRA22
100KX4
CRA22
100KX4
1 2 3 4
8 7 6 5
Q11
MMBT2222A
Q11
MMBT2222A
3
1
2
CRA1
1KX2
CRA1
1KX2
1
2
4
3
R240
4.99K 1/4W
R240
4.99K 1/4W
1
2
U18
ADM202E
U18
ADM202E
C1+
1
C1-
3
C2+
4
C2-
5
T1N
11
T2N
10
R1OUT
12
R2OUT
9
V+
2
V-
6
T1OUT
14
T2OUT
7
R1N
13
R2N
8
V
C
C
1
6
G
N
D
1
5
R106
DN
R106
DN
1
2
S6
DN
S6
DN
1
CRA5
DN
CRA5
DN
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
R16
0
R16
0 1 2
R135
365K
R135
365K
1 2
R248
10K
R248
10K
1
2
C13
.1
C13
.1
1
2
J13
NURSECALLCON
J13
NURSECALLCON
3
2
1
C142
.1
C142
.1
1
2
J1
PRNTCON2
J1
PRNTCON2
1 2
3 4
5 6
7 8
9 10
11 12
13 14
15 16
17 18
19 20
21 22
23 24
25 26
27 28
29 30
U11
FLASH 256KX16
U11
FLASH 256KX16
A0
25
A1
24
A2
23
A3
22
A4
21
A5
20
A6
19
A7
18
A8
8
A9
7
A10
6
A11
5
A12
4
A13
3
A14
2
O0
29
O1
31
O2
33
O3
35
O4
38
O5
40
O6
42
O7
44
V
C
C
3
7
G
N
D
4
6
A15
1
CE1
26
OE
28
WE
11
A16
48
A17
17
NC
16
G
N
D
2
7
NC
10
O8
30
O9
32
O10
34
O11
36
O12
39
O13
41
O14
43
O15
45
NC
14
RST
12
NC
9
R
Y
/B
Y
1
5
B
Y
T
E
4
7
N
C
/V
P
P
1
3
R186
1.00K
R186
1.00K
1
2
R54
DN
R54
DN
1 2
R25
DN
R25
DN
1 2
R38
365K
R38
365K
1 2
R29
0
R29
0 1 2
C51
.1
C51
.1
1
2
C231
.1
C231
.1
1
2
C133
.1
C133
.1
1
2
C227
DN
C227
DN
1 2
C22
.1
C22
.1
1
2
R28 DN R28 DN
1 2
C221
4.7 T 10V
C221
4.7 T 10V
1
2
R181
2.80K
R181
2.80K
1
2
R14
100K
R14
100K
1 2
C16
.1
C16
.1
1
2
R1
DN
R1
DN
1
3
2
C234
0.033
C234
0.033
1
2
R27 10.0K R27 10.0K
1 2
R37
100K
R37
100K
1 2
TGD4
TRSGRD
TGD4
TRSGRD 1
2
CRA21
100KX4
CRA21
100KX4
1 2 3 4
8 7 6 5
R238
DN
R238
DN
1
2
C23
.1
C23
.1
1
2
J14
DN
J14
DN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
C50
.1
C50
.1
1
2
E25
BLA31AG601SN4D
E25
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
R189
140
R189
140
1
2
R107
1K
R107
1K
1 2
L2
FB
L2
FB
1 2
R250
10K
R250
10K
1 2
R8
DN
R8
DN
1 2
R236
DN
R236
DN
1 2
C17
.1
C17
.1
1
2
J4
BKLTCON
J4
BKLTCON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
R133
DN
R133
DN
1
2
R246
10K
R246
10K
1 2
R229
2M
R229
2M
1
2
C229
DN
C229
DN
1
2
C8
.1
C8
.1
1
2
C54
.1
C54
.1
1
2
C130
.1
C130
.1
1
2
L12 FB L12 FB
1 2
R13
1K
R13
1K
1 2
TVS3
DN
TVS3
DN
1 2
3
U19F
74HC14
U19F
74HC14
13 12
R104
DN
R104
DN
1
2
C21
.1
C21
.1
1
2
R243 10K R243 10K
1 2
C228
.1
C228
.1
1 2
R30
0
R30
0
1 2
R47
DN
R47
DN
1 3
2
R244
10K
R244
10K
1
2
R228
1M
R228
1M
1 2
R260 750K R260 750K
1 2
L1
FB
L1
FB
1 2
U28
SJA1000T
U28
SJA1000T
AD7
2
AD6
1
AD5
28
AD4
27
AD3
26
AD2
25
AD1
24
AD0
23
CS
4
ALE/AS
3
RD/E
5
WR
6
NT
16
XTL1
9
XTL2
10
RST
17
VSS3
15
VSS2
21
VDD3
12
VDD2
18
VSS1
8
VDD1
22
M
O
D
E
1
1
RX1
20
RX0
19
TX1
14
TX0
13
C
L
K
O
U
T
7
C138
.1
C138
.1
1
2
C107
DN
C107
DN
1
2
C6
.1
C6
.1
1
2
L13 FB L13 FB
1 2
R53
0
R53
0
1 2
R126
100k
R126
100k
1 2
C20
.1
C20
.1
1
2
R234
DN
R234
DN
1 2
C159
DN
C159
DN
1 2
R31 DN R31 DN
1 2
R43
392
R43
392
1 2
R190
121
R190
121
1 2
C137
.1
C137
.1
1
2
R235
0
R235
0
1 2
C143 .1 C143 .1
1
2
U19E
74HC14
U19E
74HC14
11 10
VR2
LT1004CS8-2.5
VR2
LT1004CS8-2.5
4
8
1
3
2
5
6
7
L14 FB L14 FB
1 2
E23
BLA31AG601SN4D
E23
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
C109
DN
C109
DN
1
2
J9
COM1CON
J9
COM1CON
5
9
4
8
3
7
2
6
1
S
1
S
2
E22
BLA31AG601SN4D
E22
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
D7
MD914
D7
MD914
1 3
2
R3
DN
R3
DN
1 2
R45
365K
R45
365K
1 2
C129
.1
C129
.1
1
2
U9
74AHC244
U9
74AHC244
1A1
2
1A2
4
1A3
6
1A4
8
2A1
11
2A2
13
2A3
15
2A4
17
1G
1
2G
19
1Y1
18
1Y2
16
1Y3
14
1Y4
12
2Y1
9
2Y2
7
2Y3
5
2Y4
3
VCC
20
GND
10
R40
10K
R40
10K
1 2
J15
DB15
J15
DB15
6
6
1
1
11
11
7
7
8
8
2
2
3
3
13
13
9
9
4
4
14
14
10
10
5
5
15
15
12
12
S
C118
DN
C118
DN
1
2
U19D
74HC14
U19D
74HC14
9 8
U12
ADM207AR
U12
ADM207AR
C1+
10
C1-
12
C2+
13
C2-
14
T1N
7
T2N
6
R1OUT
5
R2OUT
22
V+
11
V-
15
T1OUT
2
T2OUT
3
R1N
4
R2N
23
V
C
C
9
G
N
D
8
T3N
18
T4N
19
T5N
21
R3OUT
17
R3N
16
T3OUT
1
T4OUT
24
T5OUT
20
Q1
DN
Q1
DN
1
2
3
R36
10K
R36
10K
1
2
U8
74AHC244
U8
74AHC244
1A1
2
1A2
4
1A3
6
1A4
8
2A1
11
2A2
13
2A3
15
2A4
17
1G
1
2G
19
1Y1
18
1Y2
16
1Y3
14
1Y4
12
2Y1
9
2Y2
7
2Y3
5
2Y4
3
VCC
20
GND
10
R134
4.99K
R134
4.99K
1
2
CRA40
1KX4
CRA40
1KX4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
J7
KEYPADCON
J7
KEYPADCON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
R253 0 OHMS R253 0 OHMS
1 2
C117
DN
C117
DN
1
2
R20
10K
R20
10K 1 2
C15
.1
C15
.1
1 2
C238 .1 C238 .1
1 2
CRA2
100KX2
CRA2
100KX2
1
2
4
3
E2
BLA31AG601SN4D
E2
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
R4
DN
R4
DN
1
2
+
-
U25B
AD822A
+
-
U25B
AD822A
5
6
7
U10
74AHC244
U10
74AHC244
1A1
2
1A2
4
1A3
6
1A4
8
2A1
11
2A2
13
2A3
15
2A4
17
1G
1
2G
19
1Y1
18
1Y2
16
1Y3
14
1Y4
12
2Y1
9
2Y2
7
2Y3
5
2Y4
3
VCC
20
GND
10
C157
.01
C157
.01
1 2
E27
BLA31AG601SN4D
E27
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
CRA27 1KX4 CRA27 1KX4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
E26
BLA31AG601SN4D
E26
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
C110
DN
C110
DN
1
2
CRA10 47X4 CRA10 47X4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
CRA15
100KX2
CRA15
100KX2
1
2
4
3
E1
BLA31AG601SN4D
E1
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
D6
CMSH1-40
D6
CMSH1-40
Y2 20.0MHZ Y2 20.0MHZ
1
4
C70
DN
C70
DN
1 2
PTH2 PTH2
1
J11
ECGOUTCON
J11
ECGOUTCON
1
2
R242
100K
R242
100K
1
2
R251 10K R251 10K
1 2
U27
82C250
U27
82C250
TX
1
RX
4
V
C
3
G
N
D
2
RS
8
CH
7
CN
6
VR
5
CRA28 1KX4 CRA28 1KX4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
C4
.1
C4
.1
1 2
C123
DN
C123
DN
1
2
C64
15pF
C64
15pF
1 2
CRA8
10KX4
CRA8
10KX4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
C43
DN
C43
DN
1
2
R247 10K R247 10K
1 2
CRA39
1KX4
CRA39
1KX4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
L7 C L7 C
1 2
CRA26 1KX4 CRA26 1KX4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
C65
.1
C65
.1
1
2
CRA11
10KX4
CRA11
10KX4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
R120
DN
R120
DN
R123
100k
R123
100k
1 2
R17 39.2 R17 39.2
1 2
C124
DN
C124
DN
1
2
R137
0
R137
0
1 2
TGD5
TRSGRD
TGD5
TRSGRD
1
2
CRA7
10KX4
CRA7
10KX4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
E28
BLA31AG601SN4D
E28
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
C38
.1
C38
.1
1 2
CRA12
1KX4
CRA12
1KX4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
C224
DN
C224
DN
1 2
C225
DN
C225
DN
1 2
R241
1K
R241
1K
1 2
C58
.1
C58
.1
1
2
TGD3
DN
TGD3
DN
1
2
R18
39.2
R18
39.2
1 2
R55
DN
R55
DN
1
2
J5
DN
J5
DN
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
19
19
20
20
21
21
22
22
23
23
24
24
25
25
26
26
27
27
28
28
29
29
30
30
31
31
32
32
33
33
34
34
35
35
36
36
37
37
38
38
39
39
40
40
41
41
42
42
43
43
44
44
45
45
46
46
47
47
48
48
49
49
50
50
51
51
52
52
53
53
54
54
55
55
56
56
57
57
58
58
59
59
60
60
61
61
62
62
63
63
64
64
65
65
66
66
67
67
68
68
CRA31
2.2KX2
CRA31
2.2KX2
1 2
4 3
C66
15PF
C66
15PF
1 2
PTH1 PTH1
1
CRA6
15KX4
CRA6
15KX4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
C9
.1
C9
.1
1
2
FB1 471SB FB1 471SB
1 2
Y1
32.768KHZ
Y1
32.768KHZ
1
2
C78
.1
C78
.1
1
2
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
A A
B B
C C
D D
NEONATE
NBPAC
5VREF
+2.0VREF
BPPUMP_CTL
/TMEOUT
CHRG1_DS
D[0..7]
A15
D6 A12
D4
/MRD2
/TMEOUT
D7
D5
A14
A10
/CSRAM2
CO2PUMPON
BOOT2RX
/BOOT2
A13
A2
A3
D1
CO2BNCHON
CO2FULLON
/HWR2
/HPRESS
A8
A6
A7
BOOT2TX
CO2REF
A14
A11
A0
A4
A2
BPVALVE1
/MUXEN
/MRD2
A18
D0
D4
A5
D5
MUXB
D2
A6
A1
/BOOT2
D3
D0
A17
CO2PUMPSPD
CO2TXD
NBPDC
A16
A9
D1
D3
/HWR2
TOCPU2RX
A5
D6
MUXC
A13
A0
D2
TOCPU2CLK
MFLASH2
BPPUMP_CTL
MUXA
A10
A7
A3
A1
A9
A8
D7
HGHLOWRNG
/CSRAM2
/CO2FLAG
MFLASH2
CO2SG
A15
TOCPU2TX
/O2FLAG
BOOT2RX
NBPAC
A16
BOOT2TX
A4
BPVALVE2
A12
A11
A[0..18]
SPKR-
TONE
SPKR+
/NMNBP
/NMNBP
RSRCEDRV
NEONATE
PTB
BPPUMP
/CLRERR
CO2 BOOT
600HZ
O2BNCHHT
NEOB
BPPUMP
+PUMP
+2.0VREF
NEOB
+2.0VREF
NEOB
/RESETCPU2
NEOB
+PUMP
/RESETCPU2
/RESETCPU2
BPVALVE1
/HPRESS
BPVALVE2
/CLRERR
BPPUMP
PTB
NEOB
CO2VALVE1
NBPDC
/DPOT4CS
/DPOT3CS
/DPOT1CS
/DPOT2CS
/DPOT5CS
/DPOT6CS
O2ZERO
CO2 OFF
5VREF
/DPOT4CS
/MUXEN
CO2RXD
/O2FLAG
MUXB
/DPOT6CS
/DPOT3CS
/DPOT5CS
/DPOT1CS
CO2TXD
MUXC
MUXA
CO2 BOOT
/DPOT2CS
CO2 OFF
CO2TEMP
MUXED+
ABSPRESS
HGHLOWRNG
RSRCEDRV
CO2FULLON
CO2PUMPON
O2ZERO
/CO2FLAG
CO2BNCHON
O2BNCHHT
CO2VALVE1
CO2PUMPSPD
A17
A18
+5D
+5A
+5A
+5P
+5P
+8V
+5A
+5VREF
+5VREF
+5VREF
+5A
+5VREF
+PUMP
+5VREF
+5VREF
+3.3D
VDD
+PWR_SW
VSS
VCC
+5P
+2.5VREF
+8V
+5D
GND
-5A
+5B
+5A
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5VREF
+5D
+5P
+5A
+5A
+5A
+5A
+5A
+5A
+5A
+5A
+5A
+5D
+5D
+5B
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5D
+PUMP
+PWR_SW
+5D
+PWR_SW
+PWR_SW
+5D
+3.3D
+5VREF
+2.5VREF
CHRG1_DS
-5A
+5A
+5D
+5P
+8V
+5B
GND
GND_ANL
TOCPU2TX
CPU2CLK
BOOT2TX
TOCPU2SCK
BOOT2RX
MFLASH2
/RESETCPU2
TOCPU2RX
TONE
/BOOT2
TEMP
TOTEMPBUFF
AUDOGAN
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TITLE:
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DIST:
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TITLE:
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Notes:
-All capacitors are in uF
-All resistors are 1%, 1/10W
unless otherwise noted
unless otherwise noted.
A- >15MM
N- >5MM
2.438V 316mm
1.279V 158mm
0.232V 15mm
0.158V 5mm
TO
PUMP
NBP PUMP MOTOR DRVER
0 TO 5.0 VOLT
Note- Switcher signal ground and power
ground are tied together at a single
point near the LTC1149CS.
0.244V = 0mmHg
4.643V = 300mmHg
14.66mV/mmHg
Place this buffer closest to CPU 2
0.122V = 0mmHg
2.321v=300mmHg
7.33mV/mmHg
TO VALVE1
TO VALVE2
IRSRCEDRV IS 15HZ 50%D
INPUT CAPTURE
OEM CO2 CONNECTOR
CO2RXD
R203
0
R203
0
1 2
R71
11.0K
R71
11.0K
1
2
C210
DN
C210
DN
1
2
U36C
74HC4066
U36C
74HC4066

4
O
3
C
5
+
-
U35A
OP296GS
+
-
U35A
OP296GS
3
2
1
8
4
L9
100 uH
L9
100 uH
1 2
CRA32 DN CRA32 DN
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
R205
10K
R205
10K
1
2
C164
.01
C164
.01
C93
.0033
C93
.0033
R153
2.21M
R153
2.21M
+
-
U34B
TLC352CD
+
-
U34B
TLC352CD
5
6
7
R141
100K
R141
100K
CRA19 1KX4 CRA19 1KX4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
R145
12.4K
R145
12.4K
1
2
C195
DN
C195
DN
U36D
74HC4066
U36D
74HC4066

8
O
9
C
6
R222
1K
R222
1K
1 2
C99
.047
C99
.047
J16 J16
2
4
6
8
10
1
3
5
7
9
R192
100K
R192
100K
C56
.1
C56
.1
+
-
U45B
OP296GS
+
-
U45B
OP296GS
5
6
7
R210
10K
R210
10K
1
2
R155
100K
R155
100K
D25
S1A
D25
S1A
2
1
R140
100
R140
100
CRA29 10KX4 CRA29 10KX4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
R51
137K
R51
137K
1
2
C204
.1
C204
.1
1
2
+
-
U35B
OP296GS
+
-
U35B
OP296GS
5
6
7
R227
10K
R227
10K
1
2
C100
.1
C100
.1
C168
.1
C168
.1
C174
.068
C174
.068
R223
10 OHMS
R223
10 OHMS
1
2
C97
.22 5%
C97
.22 5%
D26
S1A
D26
S1A
2
1
R168
93.1K
R168
93.1K
R206
100K
R206
100K
1 2
R52
2.21M
R52
2.21M
C194
DN
C194
DN
R62
118K
R62
118K
1
2
Q10
TN2106
Q10
TN2106
1
2
3
C189
.1
C189
.1
D20
MD914
D20
MD914
1
3
2
R41
0
R41
0
C98
.22 5%
C98
.22 5%
R172
13.3K
R172
13.3K
R169
7.32K
R169
7.32K
D24
S1A
D24
S1A
2
1
R177
100
R177
100
E20
BLA31AG601SN4D
E20
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
R66
DN
R66
DN
CRA18
DN
CRA18
DN
1 2 3 4
8 7 6 5
C175
.1
C175
.1
Q20
2N7002
Q20
2N7002
1
2
3
CRA36
DN
CRA36
DN
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
R159
0
R159
0
+
-
U44A
OP296GS
+
-
U44A
OP296GS
3
2
1
8
4
C86
.22 5%
C86
.22 5%
R170
100K
R170
100K
R42
DN
R42
DN
R149
82.5K
R149
82.5K
+
-
U40A
TLC352CD
+
-
U40A
TLC352CD
3
2
1
8
4
R147
4.75K
R147
4.75K
1 2
U19C
74HC14
U19C
74HC14
5 6
C85
.1
C85
.1
CRA37 DN CRA37 DN
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
C198
DN
C198
DN
R157
24.9K
R157
24.9K
Q19
MMBT4401
Q19
MMBT4401 1
2
3
C94
220 35V
C94
220 35V
C181
.1
C181
.1
+
-
U45A
OP296GS
+
-
U45A
OP296GS
3
2
1
8
4
C67
.1
C67
.1
C87
150 pF
C87
150 pF R175
100K
R175
100K
R178
93.1K
R178
93.1K
C193
DN
C193
DN
C173
DN
0805
C173
DN
0805
CRA25 10KX4 CRA25 10KX4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
R59
1.00K
R59
1.00K
R211
100K
R211
100K
1 2
D21
DN
D21
DN
1 3
2
U46
LTC1149CS
U46
LTC1149CS
N-GATE
13
SENSE -
8
SENSE +
9
FB
10
P DRV
4
P
G
N
D
1
2
S
G
N
D
1
1
CT
6
TH
7
NT VCC
5
NT VCC
3
V
N
2
SHUTDWN
15
P-GATE
1
CAP
16
R
G
N
D
1
4
R171
100K
R171
100K
+
-
U34A
TLC352CD
+
-
U34A
TLC352CD
3
2
1
8
4
C113
1.0 10%
C113
1.0 10%
C115
100 TS
C115
100 TS
R167
13.3K
R167
13.3K
C190
680 pF
C190
680 pF
R88
100K
R88
100K
CRA16
100KX2
CRA16
100KX2
1
2
4
3
R183
100
R183
100
R76
1K
R76
1K
1
2
C220
10 T
C220
10 T
1
2
R257
0
R257
0
R182
100K
R182
100K
R130
100K
R130
100K
C112
1.0 10%
C112
1.0 10%
NC NC GND
COMP
VCC
SENS1
XFPM-050KGBP
NC NC GND
COMP
VCC
SENS1
XFPM-050KGBP
3
1
2
6
4 5
R176
8.45K
R176
8.45K
R156
100K
R156
100K
R85
39.2K
R85
39.2K
E19
BLA31AG601SN4D
E19
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
Q14B
S9925DY
Q14B
S9925DY
5 6
3
4
E17 BLA31AG601SN4D E17 BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
C191
.1
C191
.1
C217
.1
C217
.1
1 2
U31D
74HC02
U31D
74HC02
11
12
13
U54B
OP296GS
U54B
OP296GS
5
6
7
CRA38
DN
CRA38
DN
1
2
4
3
R87
3.92K
R87
3.92K
C108
.22 5%
C108
.22 5%
R148
15K
R148
15K
E16
BLA31AG601SN4D
E16
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
R67
100K
R67
100K
E21
BLA31AG601SN4D
E21
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
Q15B
S9925DY
Q15B
S9925DY
5 6
3
4
C219
.1
C219
.1
1
2
C106
.47
C106
.47
R139
100K
R139
100K
R74
2M
R74
2M
C114
1.0 10%
C114
1.0 10%
+
-
U43A
OP296GS
+
-
U43A
OP296GS
3
2
1
8
4
R72
1M
R72
1M
+
-
U43B
OP296GS
+
-
U43B
OP296GS
5
6
7
C205
.1
C205
.1
1
2
Q14A
S9925DY
Q14A
S9925DY
8 7
1
2
C192
.1
C192
.1
1
2
Q9
S9939DY
Q9
S9939DY 4
2
1
3
5
6
7
8
C182
.1
C182
.1
U54A
OP296GS
U54A
OP296GS 3
2
1
8
4
C187
.1 5%
C187
.1 5%
R84
200K
R84
200K
R73
82.5K
R73
82.5K
CRA30
100KX4
CRA30
100KX4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
C75
1 T
C75
1 T
R245 10K R245 10K
1 2
C213
.1
C213
.1
1
2
D23
CMSH1-40
D23
CMSH1-40
R185
100
R185
100
C42
.1
C42
.1
1 2
C91
1 T
C91
1 T
TP8 TP8
1
R173
82.5K
R173
82.5K
CR35 200 CR35 200
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
R221
1K
R221
1K
1 2
R83
422K
R83
422K
R70
27.4K
R70
27.4K
E18
BLA31AG601SN4D
E18
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
U31A
74HC02
U31A
74HC02
2
3
1
U50
HD64F2357TE
U50
HD64F2357TE
V
C
C
5
2
V
C
C
7
6
V
C
C
3
3
XTAL
77
EXTAL
78
PF7/0CLK
80
MD2
115
MD1
114
MD0
113
/RES
73
/STBY
75
PF0/BREQ
88
PF1/BACK
87
NM
74
P35/SCK1
58
P34/SCK0
57
V
S
S
2
4
V
S
S
6
V
S
S
5
9
V
S
S
7
9
V
S
S
1
5
V
S
S
3
8
P65/RQ1
31
P66/CS6/RQ2
30
P67/CS7//RQ3
29
PF6/AS
82
PF5/RD
83
PF4/HWR
84
PF3/LWR
85
PF2/LCAS/WAT/BREQ0
86
PA3/A19
23
PA2/A18
22
PA1/A17
21
PA0/A16
20
PB7/A15
19
PB6/A14
18
PB5/A13
17
PB4/A12
16
PB3/A11
14
PB2/A10
13
PB1/A9
12
PB0/A8
11
PC7/A7
10
PC6/A6
9
PC5/A5
8
PC4/A4
7
PC3/A3
5
PC2/A2
4
PC1/A1
3
PC0/A0
2
PD7/D15
51
PD6/D14
50
PD5/D13
49
PD4/D12
48
PD3/D11
46
PD2/D10
45
PD1/D9
44
PD0/D8
43
PE7/D7
42
PE6/D6
41
PE5/D5
40
PE4/D4
39
PE3/D3
37
PE2/D2
36
PE1/D1
35
PE0/D0
34
P33/RXD1
56
P32/RXD0
55
P31/TXD1
54
P30/TXD0
53
P63/TEND1
63
P62/DREQ1
62
P27/PO7/TOCB5/TMO1
64
P26/PO6/TOCA5/TMO0
65
P25/PO5/TOCB4/TMC1
66
P24/PO4/TOCA4/TMR1
67
P23/PO3/TOCD3/TMC0
68
P21/PO1/TOCB3
70
D/A/C/K/0/TOCA0/PO8/P10
112
DACK1/TOCB0/PO9/P11
111
TCLKA/TOCC0/PO10/P12
110
TCKB/TOCD0/PO11/P13
109
TOCA1/PO12/P14
108
TCLKC/TOCB1/PO13/P15
107
TOCA2/PO14/P16
106
TCLKD/TOCB2/PO15/P17
105
AN7/P47/DA1
102
AN6/P46/DA0
101
AN5/P45
100
AN4/P44
99
AN3/P43
98
AN2/P42
97
AN1/P41
96
AN0/P40
95
AVCC
93
AVSS
103
VREF
94
PA4/A20/RQ4
25
PA5/A21/RQ5
26
PA6/A22/RQ6
27
PA7/A23/RQ7
28
P64/RQ0
32
V
S
S
1
0
4
P61/TEND0//CS5
61
P60/DREQ0/CS4
60
P20/PO0/TOCA3
71
F
W
E
7
2
V
C
C
1
V
C
C
8
1
P50/TXD2
89
P51/RXD2
90
P53/ADTRG
92
CAS/PG0
116
CS0/PG4
120
CS1/PG3
119
CS2/PG2
118
CS3/PG1
117
P52/SCK2
91
P22/PO2/TOCC3
69
V
S
S
4
7
CRA17
10KX4
CRA17
10KX4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
R60
301K
R60
301K
CRA24 10KX4 CRA24 10KX4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
TP15 TP15
1
C188
.001
C188
.001
C211
.1
C211
.1
1
2
R158
100K
R158
100K
R154
100
R154
100
R89
52.3K
R89
52.3K
U31B
74HC02
U31B
74HC02
5
6
4
C203
.1
C203
.1
R61
200K
R61
200K
P2
B6B-EH-A
P2
B6B-EH-A
1
2
3
4
5
6
CRA20
10KX2
CRA20
10KX2
1
2
4
3
R184
100K
R184
100K
D19
MD914
D19
MD914
1
3
2
TP19 TP19
1
C183
.1
C183
.1
C72
.1
C72
.1
R92
20K SA
R92
20K SA
1 3
2
R68
49.9K
R68
49.9K
C212
.1
C212
.1
1
2
+
C237
100uf 25V
+
C237
100uf 25V
U31C
74HC02
U31C
74HC02
8
9
10
E15
BLA31AG601SN4D
E15
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
C236
.1
C236
.1
1
2
R138
100K
R138
100K
R256 DN R256 DN
Q15A
S9925DY
Q15A
S9925DY
8 7
1
2
TP12 TP12
1
C176
1 T
C176
1 T
C161
.1
C161
.1
R90
100K
R90
100K
R69
47.5K
R69
47.5K
R166
60.4K
R166
60.4K
U32B
74HC74
U32B
74HC74
D
12
CLK
11
Q
9
Q
8
P
R
1
0
C
L
1
3
C199
DN
C199
DN
C163
.1
C163
.1
E14
BLA31AG601SN4D
E14
BLA31AG601SN4D
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
U36A
74HC4066
U36A
74HC4066

1
O
2
C
1
3
D30
MD914
D30
MD914
1 3
2
C92
220pf
C92
220pf
CR33 DN CR33 DN
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
TP20 TP20
1
+
-
U40B
TLC352CD
+
-
U40B
TLC352CD
5
6
7
CRA34
DN
CRA34
DN
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
R174
0.1 OHM
R174
0.1 OHM
C160
.1
C160
.1
R132
100K
R132
100K
C235 .1 C235 .1
1 2
C165
.1
C165
.1
+
-
U44B
OP296GS
+
-
U44B
OP296GS
5
6
7
C200
.1
C200
.1
R146
63.4K
R146
63.4K
1
2
R207
10K
R207
10K
1
2
U36B
74HC4066
U36B
74HC4066

11
O
10
C
1
2
J20
B2B-EH-A
J20
B2B-EH-A
1
2
R75
604K
R75
604K
R191
100
R191
100
C116
100 TS
C116
100 TS
U32A
74HC74
U32A
74HC74
D
2
CLK
3
Q
5
Q
6
P
R
4
C
L
1
J21 J21
2
4
1
3
C105
10 T
C105
10 T
C71
100 T,10V,S
C71
100 T,10V,S
R142
1M
R142
1M
U49
CXK581000AM-10LL
U49
CXK581000AM-10LL
A0
12
A1
11
A2
10
A3
9
A4
8
A5
7
A6
6
A7
5
A8
27
A9
26
A10
23
A11
25
A12
4
A13
28
A14
3
O0
13
O1
14
O2
15
O3
17
O4
18
O5
19
O6
20
O7
21
V
C
C
3
2
G
N
D
1
6
A15
31
CE1
22
OE
24
WE
29
A16
2
CE2
30
NC
1
R131
100
R131
100
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
D D
C C
B B
A A
ON/OFF
/RESET
CHGOFF
+2.5VREF
/SD
CHRG1_DS
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
/RESET
+8V
BATTLVL1
BATTLVL2
/BOOT1
LOADBAT
LOADBAT
CHRGDS
CHGOFF
CHRGDS
LOADBAT
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
+PWR
+2.5VREF
+BATT1
+PWR_SW
+PWR_SW
+3.3D
+PWR_SW
+8V
+PWR_SW +PWR
+5D
+PWR_SW
+5B +5B
+5B
+2.5VREF
+BATT2
+5A +5A
+5P
-5A
+3.3D
+5A
-5A
VDD
+5VREF
+5D
+2.5VREF
+8V
VSS
+5P
+5B
VCC
+PWR_SW
+5A +5A
+2.5VREF
+PWR
+5D
+5P
VSS
+5VREF
+5P
+5A
+BATT1
+BATT2
+5A
+5A
+5A
+5A
+5A
+5B
+PWR_SW +5D
ON_SW
/RESET
WDOG
CHRG1_DS
GRNLED
GND
+5P
GND
/SD
+5D
+5VREF
+8V
GND_ANL
+3.3D
+5B
-5A
CHRG1_DS
+5A
+2.5VREF
ACN
TOTEMPBUFF
/SD
+5VREF
BATTLVL1
+5B
BATTLVL2
/SHUTLCD
/BOOT1
CHRG1_DS
ONOFF
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Wednesday, January 31, 2007 D 3 3 306
CREATION DATE:
LAST MODIFIED DATE:
PART NUMBER: REV.
TITLE:
SHEET SIZE: SHEET OF
CRITICARE
SYSTEMS INC.
DIST:
0
8100E1/EP1 MANBOARD
91340S005
Monday, May 10, 1999
Wednesday, January 31, 2007 D 3 3 306
CREATION DATE:
LAST MODIFIED DATE:
PART NUMBER: REV.
TITLE:
SHEET SIZE: SHEET OF
CRITICARE
SYSTEMS INC.
DIST:
0
8100E1/EP1 MANBOARD
91340S005
Monday, May 10, 1999
Wednesday, January 31, 2007 D 3 3 306
BATTERY LEVEL INDICATOR
Vovercharge- 14.6V
Vfloat- 13.7V
Vtrickle- 10V
TO BATTERY2
>1.25V
To RTC and
RAM
BATTERY
CHARGERS
Charge current
Bulk Rate- 1.14A
oct- 114ma
Vovercharge- 14.6V
Vfloat- 13.7V
Vtrickle- 10V
TO BATTERY 1
Vout = (BATT1 - 10.0)
Vout = (BATT2 - 10.0)
127F = 100% DC
80F = 50% DC (Wake up)
-5V @ 150ma
+5V @ 300ma
+5V @ 2.0A
+8V @ 4.5A
+3.3V @ 600ma
PF trips at
+PWR=10.4V
+6.8V
@
300ma
+5V @ 2.0A
Td = 660ms
Td = 140ms -
280ms
To Thermistor
+5V @ 100ma
+5V @ 100ma
SHROUDED MALE CONNECTOR
KEEP VERY SHORT TRACES ON THESE RESISTORS.
Hook for LCD chassis connection
Place these parts near by PS2.
-All capacitors are in uF
unless otherwise noted.
unless otherwise noted
-All resistors are 1%, 1/10W
Notes:
Q12 Heatsink- 7121d
Analog and Digital Grounds are
connected at CH1
Note- Parts from the U52 circuit have been
removed from the artwork to accomodate the
Q12 heatsink.
TP3 TP3
1
+
-
U41B
OP296GS
+
-
U41B
OP296GS
5
6
7
U17B
74HC74
U17B
74HC74
D
12
Q
9
CLK
11
Q
8
P
R
1
0
C
L
1
3
V
C
C
1
4
R100
DN
R100
DN
1
2
+
-
U42B
DN
+
-
U42B
DN
5
6
7
TP17 TP17
1
C197
.1
C197
.1
1
2
JP1
DN
JP1
DN
1
2
Q21
S9435DY
Q21
S9435DY
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
R32
1M
R32
1M
+ C120
220uF 25V
+ C120
220uF 25V
F4
4 AMP SB
F4
4 AMP SB
1 2
Q12
MJE210
Q12
MJE210
3
1 2
R109
4.99K
R109
4.99K
1 2
TP23 TP23
1
R98
DN
R98
DN
1
2
D31
MD914
D31
MD914
1 3
2
R252
0
R252
0
TP14
TP-107-02
TP14
TP-107-02
1
U51
UC3906DW
U51
UC3906DW
OVER CHG
9
C/S+
3
+VN
5
TRCKLE
11
CHG EN
12
V SENSE
13
SLC
10
P
7
C
/S
2
C
/L
4
S
N
K
1
6
S
O
U
R
C
E
1
5
C
/S
O
U
T
1
O
C
T
8
G
N
D
6
C
O
M
P
1
4
+
C81
100 T
+
C81
100 T
U17A
74HC74
U17A
74HC74
D
2
Q
5
CLK
3
Q
6
P
R
4
C
L
1
V
C
C
1
4
C185
.1
C185
.1
Q6
TP2105
Q6
TP2105
1
3
2
PS2
PWRCON
PS2
PWRCON
1
2
C135
DN
C135
DN
1
2
R196
1M
R196
1M
1
2
C167
DN
C167
DN
1
2
L11
33uH 3A
L11
33uH 3A
1 2
TVS5
SMBJ15A
TVS5
SMBJ15A
C147
.1
C147
.1
1 2
R116
10K
R116
10K
1 2
R34
1M
R34
1M
TP24
TP-107-02
TP24
TP-107-02
1
TP7 TP7
1
C136
DN
C136
DN
1
2
R101
1K
R101
1K
C166
.1
C166
.1
1
2
R195
1M
R195
1M
1
2
C150
.1
C150
.1
1 2
D12
SS34
D12
SS34
D2
DN
D2
DN
1
3
2
C216
.1
C216
.1
1
2
U53
DN
U53
DN
VT1
1
CF
2
VSLP
3
GND
4
VT2
5
OTF
6
OUT
7
VDD
8
R214
18.2K
R214
18.2K
1
2
+ C41
68uF 10V
+ C41
68uF 10V
U16A
74HC132BATT
U16A
74HC132BATT
1
2
3
1
4
R161
1M
R161
1M
+ C35
220uF 25V
+ C35
220uF 25V
D16
MD914
D16
MD914
1
3
2
F2
3 AMP T
F2
3 AMP T
1 2
C209
DN
C209
DN
TP6 TP6
1
Q4
2N7002
Q4
2N7002 1
3
2
R215
549K
R215
549K
1 2
R77
100K
R77
100K
1 2
R119
2M
R119
2M
1 2
R103
69.8K
R103
69.8K
C153
.01
C153
.01
U16C
74HC132BATT
U16C
74HC132BATT
9
10
8
F1
DN
F1
DN
1 2
U52
DN
U52
DN
OVER CHG
9
C/S+
3
+VN
5
TRCKLE
11
CHG EN
12
V SENSE
13
SLC
10
P
7
C
/S
2
C
/L
4
S
N
K
1
6
S
O
U
R
C
E
1
5
C
/S
O
U
T
1
O
C
T
8
G
N
D
6
C
O
M
P
1
4
R208
DN
R208
DN
TP1 TP1
1
R216
43.2K
R216
43.2K
1 2
C154
.1
C154
.1
C151
.1
C151
.1
1
2
R102
DN
R102
DN
PS1
BATCON
PS1
BATCON
1 2
3 4
U14
LM2672-3.3
U14
LM2672-3.3
VN
7
ON/OFF
5
G
N
D
6
Vsw
8
Cb
1 S
S
2
S
Y
N
C
3
F
B
4
R209
DN
R209
DN
R58
2.49K
R58
2.49K
+
C25
68uF 10V
+
C25
68uF 10V
R213
196K
R213
196K
1
2
U16B
74HC132BATT
U16B
74HC132BATT
4
5
6
+ C24
3.3uF 35V
+ C24
3.3uF 35V
C28
1
C28
1
1
2
TP16 TP16
1
R218
DN
R218
DN
1
2
C208
DN
C208
DN
R110
402K
R110
402K
1
2
C184
.1
C184
.1
R114
0
R114
0
1
2
S7
Socket
S7
Socket
1
L3
47uH
L3
47uH
1 2
R117
1M
R117
1M
1 2
S2
DN
S2
DN
1
R219
DN
R219
DN
1 2
R226
DN
R226
DN
S8
Socket
S8
Socket
1
TP4 TP4
1
R188
301K
R188
301K
1
2
R112
165K
R112
165K
1
2
VR1
LT1004CS8-2.5
VR1
LT1004CS8-2.5
4
8
1
3
2
5
6
7
C18
1 T
16V
C18
1 T
16V
1
2
S3
Socket
S3
Socket
1
Q18
DN
Q18
DN
1
2
3
C148
.01
C148
.01
C29
1
C29
1
1 2
R220
DN
R220
DN
1 2
U33
LT1108CS8-5
U33
LT1108CS8-5
V
N
2
FB
8
SW1
3
SW2
4
SET
7
AO
6
G
N
D
5

1
S4
Socket
S4
Socket 1
TP5
TPAD
TP5
TPAD
1
C206
100 E 25V
C206
100 E 25V
1
2
D8 TSR540 D8 TSR540
2 1
TVS6
SMBJ12CA
TVS6
SMBJ12CA
C19 .1 C19 .1
1 2
D29
DN
D29
DN
1
3
2
R23
402K
R23
402K
1
2
C226
.1
C226
.1
1
2
D3
CMSH2-40
D3
CMSH2-40
R136
221
R136
221
TP2 TP2
1
C215
100 E 25V
C215
100 E 25V
1
2
R111
1.1M
R111
1.1M
1
2
U15
MAX705
U15
MAX705
V
C
C
2
PF
4
WD
6
MR
1
PFO
5
WDO
8
RES
7
G
N
D
3
R118
100K
R118
100K
1 2
R231
DN
R231
DN
C144
.22
C144
.22
TP11 TP11
1
+ C59
100 E 25V
+ C59
100 E 25V
R200
0 OHM
R200
0 OHM
R144
DN
R144
DN
1 2
R108
1K
R108
1K
1 2
J19
DN
J19
DN
1
2
3
C48
1
C48
1
1
2
U4
LM2679S-ADJ
U4
LM2679S-ADJ
VN
2
CL
5
G
N
D
4
Vsw
1
Cb
3 S
S
7
F
B
6
Q17
2N7002
Q17
2N7002 1
3
2
CH1
COM MODE CHOKE
CH1
COM MODE CHOKE
2
1 3
4
L6
100 uH
L6
100 uH
TP21 TP21
1
R199
0.22 OHM
R199
0.22 OHM
R21
100K
R21
100K
1
2
+ C46
100 E 25V
+ C46
100 E 25V
+ C96
220uF 25V
+ C96
220uF 25V
Q16
2N7002
Q16
2N7002 1
3
2
D14 TSR540 D14 TSR540
2 1
C207
DN
C207
DN
1
2
+ C61
100 T
+ C61
100 T
C179
.1
C179
.1
1
2
D10 TSR540 D10 TSR540
2 1
R217
DN
R217
DN
1
2
C146
.1
C146
.1
1
2
+ C73
220uF 25V
+ C73
220uF 25V
Q5
2N7002
Q5
2N7002 1
3
2
U26
LP2951ACM
U26
LP2951ACM
+N
8
ERR
5
SD
3
G
N
D
4
+OUT
1
SENS
2
TAP
6
FB
7
C162
.1
C162
.1
TP22 TP22
1
D9 DN D9 DN
2 1
C149
.1
C149
.1
R115
100K
R115
100K
1
2
+
C95
100 T
+
C95
100 T
U16D
74HC132BATT
U16D
74HC132BATT
12
13
11
C158
.1
C158
.1
1
2
R150
8.45K
R150
8.45K
TP10 TP10
1
C218
0.1 1206
C218
0.1 1206
1
2
R113
0
R113
0 C101
.1
C101
.1
1
2
C145
.1
C145
.1
R151
1.00K
R151
1.00K
D15
DN
D15
DN
1
3
2
C102
.01
C102
.01
1
2
R194
100K
R194
100K
TP13 TP13
1
C104
DN
C104
DN
1
2
C80
4.7 T 10V
C80
4.7 T 10V
1
2
U2
LM2676S-5.0
U2
LM2676S-5.0
VN
2
G
N
D
4
Vsw
1
Cb
3
ON/OFF
7
F
B
6
R152
5.62K
R152
5.62K
D28
MD914
D28
MD914
1
3
2
R91
221
R91
221
1
2
R179
22.1K
R179
22.1K
TP18 TP18
1
R165
DN
R165
DN
1
2
C172
.1
C172
.1
C233
.1
C233
.1
1
2
+ C36
220 uF 25V
+ C36
220 uF 25V
+ C60
100 T
+ C60
100 T
L8
15uH 4.4A
L8
15uH 4.4A
1 2
L10
150uH
L10
150uH
C171
.1
C171
.1
1
2
R64
100K
R64
100K
1 2
C222
DN
C222
DN
R143
DN
R143
DN
1 2
+ C40
68uF 10V
+ C40
68uF 10V
C79
1
C79
1
1
2
C178
.1
C178
.1
L4
33uH 3A
L4
33uH 3A
1 2
C177
.01
C177
.01
U3
LM2930S-5.0
U3
LM2930S-5.0
V
1
G
N
D
2
VO
3
R163
665
R163
665
1
2
R160
121
R160
121
C169
.1
C169
.1
1
2
R164
DN
R164
DN
1
2
C152
.1
C152
.1
C170
.1
C170
.1
1
2
C30
10 T
C30
10 T
1
2
D11
TSR540
D11
TSR540
D4
SS34
D4
SS34
R65
24.9K
R65
24.9K
1 2
U47
LT1108CS8
U47
LT1108CS8
V
N
2
FB
8
SW1
3
SW2
4
SET
7
AO
6
G
N
D
5

1
C180
DN
C180
DN
1
2
R80
DN
R80
DN
1 2
+ C88
180uF 16V
+ C88
180uF 16V
R212
221
OHMS
R212
221
OHMS
1
2
U37
LP2951ACM
U37
LP2951ACM
+N
8
ERR
5
SD
3
G
N
D
4
+OUT
1
SENS
2
TAP
6
FB
7
C77
1
C77
1
+ C121
220uF 25V
+ C121
220uF 25V
R78
24.9K
R78
24.9K
1 2
HK1
DN
HK1
DN
1
+ C119
100 E 25V
+ C119
100 E 25V
+
-
U42A
DN
+
-
U42A
DN
3
2
1
8
4
R81
DN
R81
DN
1 2
R79
100K
R79
100K
1
2
R198
475
OHMS
0.5W
R198
475
OHMS
0.5W
1
2
S1
DN
S1
DN
1
+ C82
220uF 25V
+ C82
220uF 25V
R96
100K
R96
100K
Q8
TN2106
Q8
TN2106
1
2
3
D22
CMSH1-40
D22
CMSH1-40
+ C122
68uF 10V
+ C122
68uF 10V
D1
MD914
D1
MD914
1 3
2
R162
100K
R162
100K
1 2
R180
4.99K
R180
4.99K
+
-
U41A
OP296GS
+
-
U41A
OP296GS
3
2
1
8
4
R86
DN
R86
DN
1 2
R82
DN
R82
DN
1
2
C202
.1
C202
.1
1
2
J18
DN
J18
DN
1
2
R95
1M
R95
1M
D18
CMSH1-40
D18
CMSH1-40
C186
.01
C186
.01
R22
150K
R22
150K
1 2
TP9 TP9
1
Q7
S9435DY
Q7
S9435DY
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
C84
DN
C84
DN
1
2
+ C111
68uF 10V
+ C111
68uF 10V
C103
DN
C103
DN
1
2
C39
100 E 25V
C39
100 E 25V
C201
.1
C201
.1
1
2
R33
100K
R33
100K
U5
LM2676S-5.0
U5
LM2676S-5.0
VN
2
G
N
D
4
Vsw
1
Cb
3
ON/OFF
7
F
B
6

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RX1
TX1
RX0/DOUT
TX0/SETUPN
/DXMT
/RSTSETUP
/DCLK
/OFLOW-
/OFLOW+
LEDDR
RGATE
RGATE
DRGATE
RX0/DOUT
/DVALD
+10
/EXTRAM
/RD
/WR
RD/SETUP
TX0/SETUPN
/WR
/RESET
CALB-400
PROBE1_READ
PROBE2_READ PROBE2_TEST CALB-700
CALB-400
CALB-700
PROBE1_TEST
PROBE1_READ
PROBE2_TEST
PROBE2_READ
TEMPSELC
TEMPSELA
TEMPSELB
PROBE1_TEST
/CSCAN
ALE
/RDCAN
/WRCAN
/CANNT
/RD
ALE
/RD
/CSCAN
AD4
AD7
AD3
AD6
ALE
AD1
AD0
/RDCAN
/WRCAN
AD5
/WR
AD2 A2
A4
A3
A0
A7
A5
A6
A1
D1
D5
D[0..7]
D3
D5
D4
D5
D0
D2
D7
D7
D1
D0
D6
D2
D3
D6
D7
D1
D2
D4
D4
D3
D0
D6
D[0..7]
CANH
CANL
RSTSYS RESPOUT
BASEMP
RESP_BW
RESP_GAN
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
ECGPWM+
/ECGON
/ECGON
ECGON
/EXTROM
/RD
/WR
TX2
RX2
/RESET
ECG1
ECG2
ECGV
RESPOUT
WRFLSH
ECGPWM+
/RESET
/NM
PWMOUT
0CLK
0CLK
0CLK
A17
A13
A11
A6
A15
SETRA
A7 A7
A12
A9
LEDDR
A11
A3
A17
A2
BOOT
A14
TX0/SETUPN
RD/SETUP
A18
A11
A10
A8
/OFLOW-
A8
TEMP
/DCLK
A12
GAN11
RX0/DOUT
TEMPSELB
/PACEDS
BASEMP
BOOT
A1
HRST2
GAN.52
RX1
/DVALD
/CANNT
/EXTRAM
A0
A5
HRSTV
A13
A9
GAN12
/PACERST
TX2
A15
A4
A4
HRST1
GAN.5V
LAO
SETLL
A14
A13
A1
A2
/RESET
WRFLSH
CO
A[0..18]
A10
A0
A1
/NM
/FDSST
SETLA
TEMPSELC
A10
A6
A5
A16
GAN.51
TEMPSELA
LLO
/DXMT
/EXTROM
A16
A16
A2
A15
/CSCAN
RAO
A7
A3
A3
PACER
/DCLK
RGATE
A8
A17
TX1
RGATE
RSTSYS
A14
A12
A6
A4
/RESET
WRFLSH
GAN1V
A18
A0
0.5HZ
FLTERCLK
RX2
/RSTSETUP
A5 A9
A18
RESP_GAN
RESP_BW
/OFLOW+
TEMP
2MHZ
2MHZ
PWMOUT
CANH
CANL
/FDSST
/WAT
DRGATE
SETRA_OVERRDE
TX2
VSS
VDD VCC +5D
+SO 5VREF
+5D
GNDANL
+5D
+5D
-5A
5VREF
5VREF
VDD VCC
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5D
+10
+10
+5D
5VREF
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5D
GNDPWR
+5D
+5D
+5
+5
+5
+POWER
+5
+POWER
+POWER
+5
+10
+5D
5VREF
+5D
-5A
+5D
5VREF
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5
+SO
-SO
5VREF
+5D
+5D
+5D +3.3D
GAN1V
HRSTV
PACER
/PACEDS
/PACERST
SETLL
SETRA
SETLA
+SO
-SO
+5D
GND
GNDANL
FLTERCLK
GAN.51
GAN.5V
GAN11
+10
GAN.52
GAN12
HRST2
0.5HZ
HRST1
LLO
RAO
ECG2
ECGV
CO
LAO
ECG1
RESPOUT
RESP_GAN
RESP_BW
BASEMP
-10
5VREF
5VREF
-5A
TX2
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Notes:
-All capacitors are in uF
-All resistors are 1%, 1/10W
unless otherwise noted
unless otherwise noted.
128KB FLASH
BARE PCB 83602B003
MODE 6
16 MB ADDR.
SPACE
400000H:7FFFFFH
SPO2 INTERFACE - OPTIONAL - CSI
DOWN LOAD CONNECTOR
SPO2 INTERFACE - OPTIONAL - NELLCOR
Rtherm =
Vout/.66ma
BARREL
TIP
RING/BARREL
TEMPERATURE PROBES
BARREL
TIP
RING/BARREL
I=0.66ma
MODE:INTEL
ISOLATED
60000H : 7FFFFH
This is a PLD statemachine interface for
Addr..Data Mux.
to match the timing requirements of SJA1000
PLCC 44
KEEP ISO.BARRIER CLEAN OF METALLISATION 0.3" WIDE
200000H:3FFFFFH
OXIMETER OPTIONS:
CRITICARE - Leave S1 and S2 open
NELLCOR - Close S1
MASIMO - Close S2
MAIN BOARD CONNECTOR
CONNECTION POINT
BETWEEN GROUNDS
1 6/20/06 8897
David Rieck 5/09/06
Alex Kaplan
Keith Hawver
5/10/06
5/10/06
C155
47pF
C155
47pF
1
2
TP23
TPAD
TP23
TPAD
1
U12B
74HC74
U12B
74HC74
D
12
CLK
11
Q
9
Q
8
P
R
1
0
C
L
1
3
C54
.01
C54
.01
1
2
C92
.1
C92
.1
1
2
C156
DN
C156
DN
1
2
RN3
100KX2
RN3
100KX2
1
2
4
3
L2
BEAD
L2
BEAD
1 2
D22
1N914
D22
1N914
1
2
R138
1.35K
R138
1.35K
1
2
RN6
10KX4
RN6
10KX4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
TP14
TPAD
TP14
TPAD
1
R149
221
R149
221
1 2
C15
DN
C15
DN
1 2
RN8
10KX4
RN8
10KX4
1 2 3 4
8 7 6 5
C85
100pF
C85
100pF
1
2
VR1
LM385M3-1.2
VR1
LM385M3-1.2
2 1
C87
220 35V
C87
220 35V
1
2
U22A
74HC14
U22A
74HC14
1 2
TVS1
MMBZ5V6ALT-1
TVS1
MMBZ5V6ALT-1
1 2
3
R71
392
R71
392
1 2
TP8
TPAD
TP8
TPAD
1
R51
392
R51
392
1 2
R148
10K
R148
10K
1
2
C104
.1
C104
.1 1
2
U43
AT29C040
U43
AT29C040
A0
20
A1
19
A2
18
A3
17
A4
16
A5
15
A6
14
A7
13
A8
3
A9
2
A10
31
A11
1
A12
12
A13
4
A14
5
O0
21
O1
22
O2
23
O3
25
O4
26
O5
27
O6
28
O7
29
A15
11
CE
30
OE
32
WE
7
A16
10
A18
9
A17
6
Q3A
S9925DY
Q3A
S9925DY
8 7
1
2
C75
.1
C75
.1
1
2
E5 BLA3216B601SG4 E5 BLA3216B601SG4
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
RN12
10KX2
RN12
10KX2
1
2
4
3
F1
2 AMP
F1
2 AMP
1 2
U40
74HC237
U40
74HC237
A
1
B
2
C
3
GL
4
G1
6
G2
5
Y0
15
Y1
14
Y2
13
Y3
12
Y4
11
Y5
10
Y6
9
Y7
7
RN2 100KX2 RN2 100KX2
1
2
4
3
Q2
TN2106
Q2
TN2106
1
2
3
U28
82C250
U28
82C250
TX
1
RX
4
V
C
3
G
N
D
2
RS
8
CH
7
CN
6
VR
5
C12
100 E 25V
C12
100 E 25V
1
2
C113
.1
C113
.1
1 2
U22D
74HC14
U22D
74HC14
9 8
D21
ZC5800E
D21
ZC5800E
1
3
2
C58
.001
C58
.001
1 2
TVS4
MMBZ15VALT-1
TVS4
MMBZ15VALT-1
1
2
3
R89
150K
R89
150K
1
2
C101
.1
C101
.1
1 2
C112
.1
C112
.1
1
2
TVS3
MMBZ15VALT-1
TVS3
MMBZ15VALT-1
1 2
3
U51
OSC-20MHZ
U51
OSC-20MHZ
/DS
1
GND
2
VCC
4
OUT
3
D2
CMSH1-60
D2
CMSH1-60
2 1
Q4A
S9925DY
Q4A
S9925DY
8 7
1
2
D19
DN
D19
DN
1
3
2
TP16
PTH
TP16
PTH
1
C142
.01
C142
.01
1
2
C124
.1
C124
.1 1
2
C61
.01
C61
.01
1
2
P5
HEADER 20X2
P5
HEADER 20X2
1 2
3 4
5 6
7 8
9 10
11 12
13 14
15 16
17 18
19 20
21 22
23 24
25 26
27 28
29 30
31 32
33 34
35 36
37 38
39 40
C13
.1
C13
.1
1
2
U22F
74HC14
U22F
74HC14
13 12
C36
.1
C36
.1
1
2
R84
1K
R84
1K
T2
AM18561
T2
AM18561
6
10
9
7
1
2
4
5
RN4 10KX2 RN4 10KX2
1
2
4
3
R10
DN
R10
DN
1 2
R105 0 R105 0
1
2
R91
3.01K
R91
3.01K
1
2
P2
MLSS100-8
P2
MLSS100-8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R113
100K
R113
100K
1
2
R100
100K
R100
100K
1
2
C118
.1
C118
.1
1 2
RN11
47X2
RN11
47X2
1
2
4
3
R78
100K
R78
100K
1 2
R72
10K
R72
10K
1 2
E4 BLA3216B601SG4 E4 BLA3216B601SG4
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
PS2 PS2
R114
511
R114
511
C108
.1
C108
.1
1
2
D11
CMSH2-40
D11
CMSH2-40
2 1
RN9 10KX2 RN9 10KX2
1
2
4
3
DD5
RB471E
DD5
RB471E
5 3
2 1
4
JP2 JP2
1 2
R52
392
R52
392
1
2
C11
100 E 25V
C11
100 E 25V
1
2
U22E
74HC14
U22E
74HC14
11 10
C107
.1
C107
.1
1
2
C153
DN
C153
DN
1
2
D13
MD914
D13
MD914
1 3
C60
.1
C60
.1
1
2
R125
221
R125
221
1
2
C126
.1
C126
.1
D3
CMSH1-60
D3
CMSH1-60
2 1
Q3B
S9925DY
Q3B
S9925DY
5 6
3
4
TP19
PTH
TP19
PTH
1
R137
4.02K
R137
4.02K
1 2
TP12
TP SM
TP12
TP SM
1
R94
DN
R94
DN
1
2
R73
392
R73
392
1
2
E3
BLA3216B601SG4
E3
BLA3216B601SG4
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
R9
100K
R9
100K
1 2
U22B
74HC14
U22B
74HC14
3 4
U30
ATF1500AL
U30
ATF1500AL
ALE
1
A7
2
A6
16
A5
14
A4
18
A3
17
A2
13
A1
12
A0
11
D7
21
D6
41
D5
40
D4
39
D3
38
D2
37
D1
36
D0
24
AD7
26
AD6
27
AD5
28
AD3
31
AD2
32
AD1
33
/RD
8
/WR
9
/CSCAN
44
ADDREN
25
/RDCAN
19
AD4
29
/WRCAN
20
V
C
C
2
3
V
C
C
3
5
V
C
C
1
5
V
C
C
3
G
N
D
1
0
G
N
D
2
2
G
N
D
3
0
G
N
D
4
2
AD0
34
CLK
43
Q5A
S9925DY
Q5A
S9925DY
8 7
1
2
C115
.1
C115
.1
1
2
R90
20.5K
R90
20.5K
1
2
C109
220 35V
C109
220 35V
1
2
RN1
10KX2
RN1
10KX2
1
2
4
3
C100
0.68uF
C100
0.68uF
1
2
RN7
100KX2
RN7
100KX2
1
2
4
3
C86
.1
C86
.1
1 2
+
-
U41A
LMC6482
+
-
U41A
LMC6482
3
2
1
8
4
RN5
10KX4
RN5
10KX4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
C88
1 T
C88
1 T
1
2
R104
DN
R104
DN
1 2
PS1 PS1
C99
.1
C99
.1
1
2
E2
BLA3216B601SG4
E2
BLA3216B601SG4
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
U23
LM2586S-ADJ
U23
LM2586S-ADJ
V
7
FB
3
VO
5
G
N
D
4
COMP
2
/ON
1
/SYNC
6
R150
10.0K
R150
10.0K
1
2
+
-
U19
HCNW137
+
-
U19
HCNW137
2
3
6
7
8
5
1
4
R46
10K
R46
10K
1
2
L4
330uH
L4
330uH
1 2
D20
MD914
D20
MD914
1 3
C117
DN
C117
DN
1
2
C50
.1
C50
.1
1
2
P3 P3
1
2
3
4
5
6
R151
DN
R151
DN
1
2
CRA6 47X4 CRA6 47X4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
C14
.1
C14
.1
1
2
R118
3.61K
R118
3.61K
1
2
C98
.1
C98
.1
1
2
TP21
PTH
TP21
PTH
1
RN10
10KX4
RN10
10KX4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
+
-
U14
HCNW137
+
-
U14
HCNW137
2
3
6
7
8
5
1
4
R11
100
R11
100
1 2
S1
SWDP-4
S1
SWDP-4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
E1 BLA3216B601SG4 E1 BLA3216B601SG4
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
C29
1 T
C29
1 T
1
2
R88
DN
R88
DN
1
2
R139
2.00K
R139
2.00K
1
2
TP9
TPAD
TP9
TPAD
1
C16
220pF
C16
220pF
1 2
R95
100K
R95
100K
1
2
CRA4
47X4
CRA4
47X4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
L5
330uH
L5
330uH
1 2
DD4
DN
DD4
DN
5 3
2 1
4
C119
.1
C119
.1
1
2
U42
CXK581000AM-10LL
U42
CXK581000AM-10LL
A0
12
A1
11
A2
10
A3
9
A4
8
A5
7
A6
6
A7
5
A8
27
A9
26
A10
23
A11
25
A12
4
A13
28
A14
3
O0
13
O1
14
O2
15
O3
17
O4
18
O5
19
O6
20
O7
21
V
C
C
3
2
A15
31
CE1
22
OE
24
WE
29
A16
2
CE2
30
A17
1
P4
HEADER 10
P4
HEADER 10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
+
-
U41B
LMC6482
+
-
U41B
LMC6482
5
6
7
U50
MC5203-3.3BM5
U50
MC5203-3.3BM5
VN
1
G
N
D
2
VOUT
5
EN
3
DD3
DN
DD3
DN
5 3
2 1
4
U25
LP2951ACM
U25
LP2951ACM
+N
8
ERR
5
SD
3
G
N
D
4
+OUT
1
SENS
2
TAP
6
FB
7
TVS2
MMBZ15VALT-1
TVS2
MMBZ15VALT-1
1 2
3
L3
PLM250S50
L3
PLM250S50
2
1 4
3
C80
.01
C80
.01
1 2
TP6
TPAD
TP6
TPAD
1
R22
1.00K
R22
1.00K
1
2
C105
.1
C105
.1
1
2
U22C
74HC14
U22C
74HC14
5 6
C81
.1
C81
.1
1
2
U6
H11N1
U6
H11N1
1 6
5 2
4
C45
.1
C45
.1
1
2
Q5B
S9925DY
Q5B
S9925DY
5 6
3
4
CRA3
47X4
CRA3
47X4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
CRA5 47X4 CRA5 47X4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
Q4B
S9925DY
Q4B
S9925DY
5 6
3
4
TP24 TP24
1
D4
DN
D4
DN
2
1
D14
SMBJ33AT3
D14
SMBJ33AT3
2 1
C154
47pF
C154
47pF
1
2
R87
4.99K
R87
4.99K
1
2
TP4
TP-BLACK
TP4
TP-BLACK
1
U15
SJA1000T
U15
SJA1000T
AD7
2
AD6
1
AD5
28
AD4
27
AD3
26
AD2
25
AD1
24
AD0
23
CS
4
ALE/AS
3
RD/E
5
WR
6
NT
16
XTL1
9
XTL2
10
RST
17
VSS3
15
VSS2
21
VDD3
12
VDD2
18
VSS1
8
VDD1
22
M
O
D
E
1
1
RX1
20
RX0
19
TX1
14
TX0
13
C
L
K
O
U
T
7
C123
DN
C123
DN
1
2
R53
47.5
R53
47.5
1 2 R106
10K
R106
10K
1
2
C79
.1
C79
.1
1 2
C82
1 T
C82
1 T
1
2
U4
LP2951ACM
U4
LP2951ACM
+N
8
ERR
5
SD
3
G
N
D
4
+OUT
1
SENS
2
TAP
6
FB
7
U36
HD64F2357TE
U36
HD64F2357TE
V
C
C
5
2
V
C
C
7
6
V
C
C
3
3
XTAL
77
EXTAL
78
PF7/0CLK
80
MD2
115
MD1
114
MD0
113
/RES
73
/STBY
75
PF0/BREQ
88
PF1/BACK
87
NM
74
P35/SCK1
58
P34/SCK0
57
V
S
S
2
4
V
S
S
6
V
S
S
5
9
V
S
S
7
9
V
S
S
1
5
V
S
S
3
8
P65/RQ1
31
P66/CS6/RQ2
30
P67/CS7//RQ3
29
PF6/AS
82
PF5/RD
83
PF4/HWR
84
PF3/LWR
85
PF2/LCAS/WAT/BREQ0
86
PA3/A19
23
PA2/A18
22
PA1/A17
21
PA0/A16
20
PB7/A15
19
PB6/A14
18
PB5/A13
17
PB4/A12
16
PB3/A11
14
PB2/A10
13
PB1/A9
12
PB0/A8
11
PC7/A7
10
PC6/A6
9
PC5/A5
8
PC4/A4
7
PC3/A3
5
PC2/A2
4
PC1/A1
3
PC0/A0
2
PD7/D15
51
PD6/D14
50
PD5/D13
49
PD4/D12
48
PD3/D11
46
PD2/D10
45
PD1/D9
44
PD0/D8
43
PE7/D7
42
PE6/D6
41
PE5/D5
40
PE4/D4
39
PE3/D3
37
PE2/D2
36
PE1/D1
35
PE0/D0
34
P33/RXD1
56
P32/RXD0
55
P31/TXD1
54
P30/TXD0
53
P63/TEND1
63
P62/DREQ1
62
P27/PO7/TOCB5/TMO1
64
P26/PO6/TOCA5/TMO0
65
P25/PO5/TOCB4/TMC1
66
P24/PO4/TOCA4/TMR1
67
P23/PO3/TOCD3/TMC0
68
P21/PO1/TOCB3
70
D/A/C/K/0/TOCA0/PO8/P10
112
DACK1/TOCB0/PO9/P11
111
TCLKA/TOCC0/PO10/P12
110
TCKB/TOCD0/PO11/P13
109
TOCA1/PO12/P14
108
TCLKC/TOCB1/PO13/P15
107
TOCA2/PO14/P16
106
TCLKD/TOCB2/PO15/P17
105
AN7/P47/DA1
102
AN6/P46/DA0
101
AN5/P45
100
AN4/P44
99
AN3/P43
98
AN2/P42
97
AN1/P41
96
AN0/P40
95
AVCC
93
AVSS
103
VREF
94
PA4/A20/RQ4
25
PA5/A21/RQ5
26
PA6/A22/RQ6
27
PA7/A23/RQ7
28
P64/RQ0
32
V
S
S
1
0
4
P61/TEND0//CS5
61
P60/DREQ0/CS4
60
P20/PO0/TOCA3
71
F
W
E
7
2
V
C
C
1
V
C
C
8
1
P50/TXD2
89
P51/RXD2
90
P53/ADTRG
92
CAS/PG0
116
CS0/PG4
120
CS1/PG3
119
CS2/PG2
118
CS3/PG1
117
P52/SCK2
91
P22/PO2/TOCC3
69
C125
.1
C125
.1
1
2
TP15
PTH
TP15
PTH 1
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
D D
C C
B B
A A
GAN.51
LABF
LAB
RAB ECG1
LLB
VLB
RAB RABF
ECG1
ECG2
ECGV HRST1
GAN.51
GAN11
HRST1 GAN11
0.5HZ
GAN1V
LLBF
HRSTV
RABF
VLBF
PACER
LABF /PACEDS
/PACERST
SETLL
SETRA
SETLA
VCM LABF
ECGSG
RABF
RABF

SETRA
LLBF
SETLA
SETLL
LLBF
CH2
SETRA
CH3
VCM
V
ECGSG
PACETRG
/ECGDS
PACER /PACEDS
PACETRG
0.5HZ
SETLL
SETLA
/PACERST
FLTERCLK
GAN.52
ECG2
GAN12
FLTERCLK
GAN.5V
ECGV
HRSTV
GAN1V
FLTERCLK
FLTERCLK
HRST2
GAN.5V
LABF
SETRA
LLB
VLB
GAN.52
GAN12
HRST2
/ECGDS

CH1
0.5HZ
0.5HZ
RA_RESP
LL_RESP
RA
LL
LA
SETRA_OVERRDE
SETRA_OVERRDE

LAB
RAO
CO
LLO
LAO
TX2
TX2
VLBF
CH1
CH2
CH3
LL_RESP LL
LA
C
RA_RESP RA
RL
+10
+10
+10
+10
VCC +5D VDD
5VREF
+5D
+5D +5D
+5D
-10
VSS VAA
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
+5D
+10
-10
+5D
VSS
+10
-10
5VREF
+10
-SO
-10
+10
+10
+5D
+10
VAA
+10
+10
+5D
5VREF
2.5VREF
2.5VREF
2.5VREF
5VREF
2.5VREF
2.5VREF
5VREF
5VREF
-10
+10
+10
5VREF
2.5VREF
2.5VREF
2.5VREF 2.5VREF
5VREF
5VREF
-10
+10
+10
5VREF
2.5VREF
2.5VREF
2.5VREF
2.5VREF
5VREF
+10
+10
+10
5VREF
5VREF
+10
-10
5VREF
5VREF
5VREF
+10
-10
+10
+10
-10
+10
2.5VREF
5VREF
5VREF
5VREF
5VREF
+10
+10
-10
-10 +10
+10
+10
-10
+10
-10
+10
+10 -10
-10
+10
+10
-10
-10 +10
+10
-10
-10
-10
GAN1V
PACER
/PACEDS
/PACERST
SETLL
SETRA
SETLA
GAN11
HRST1
+10
-10
+5D
GND
ECG1
ECG2
5VREF
GAN.51
GAN.5V
ECGV
GNDANL
FLTERCLK
GAN.52
GAN12
HRST2
HRSTV
0.5HZ
2.5VREF
RA_RESP
LL_RESP
SETRA_OVERRDE
CO
RAO
LAO
LLO
TX2
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NOTES:
1. All resistor values are in OHMs and
are 1/10W,1%,SMD, unless otherwise
noted.
INST. AMPR
3 LEAD SUPPORT
2. All capacitor values are in uFd, UNLESS NOTED
GAIN=19.25
UNUSED
PARTS
ECG Gain:
Lo G = 500
HI G = 2000
GAIN=1.48416
RECTIFIER COMPARATOR
HIGH PASS FILTER
AC GAIN=X7.8
LEAD OPEN DETECT CKT
DRIVEN RL CKT
PACER DETECT CKT
ECG BANDWIDTH = 100 HZ
EXCEPT ON POWER SUPPLY
COMPLETE SHIELDING
ECG BW = FILTERCLK/100 HZ
ECG CHANNEL 2
ECG Gain:
Lo G = 500
HI G = 2000
GAIN=1.48416
ECG BW = FILTERCLK/100 HZ
ECG CHANNEL 3
ECG Gain:
Lo G = 500
HI G = 2000
GAIN=1.48416
ECG BW = FILTERCLK/100 HZ
For 3 lead support, SETRA converts II to III.
DJR
0.2" SPACING
High voltage levels under defib. conditions
ECG CHANNEL 1
Jumper straight
across CHK1 pads
C133
.1
C133
.1
1
2
C70
.1
C70
.1
1
2
R143
1.62M
R143
1.62M
1
2
C145 1 C145 1
1 2
C103
.1
C103
.1
1
2
R13D
100KX4P
R13D
100KX4P
4 5
C131
.1
C131
.1
1
2
U48B
MAX352
U48B
MAX352

7
O
6
C
8
C28
68PF
C28
68PF
1
2
TP22
TPAD
TP22
TPAD
1
D5
CMPZ5235B
D5
CMPZ5235B
1 3
2
R86
274K
R86
274K
1
2
U44B
LMC6482
U44B
LMC6482
5
6
7
C148 1 C148 1
1 2
C134
.1
C134
.1
1
2
U16
AD620AR
U16
AD620AR
VN-
2
G1
1
G2
8
VN+
3
V
+
7
VO
6
REF
5
V
-
4
C122
.1
C122
.1
1
2
C38
.1
C38
.1
1
2
C40
.1
C40
.1
1
2
C135
.1
C135
.1
1
2
U48A
MAX352
U48A
MAX352

2
O
3
C
1
G
5
V+
13
V-
4
VL
12
R77
100K
R77
100K
1 2
C127
.1
C127
.1
1
2
1 2
R146
100
R146
100
1
2
U34B
LMC6482
U34B
LMC6482
5
6
7
U21
AD620AR
U21
AD620AR
VN-
2
G1
1
G2
8
VN+
3
V
+
7
VO
6
REF
5
V
-
4
U33B
LMC6482
U33B
LMC6482
5
6
7
C55
.1
C55
.1
1
2
C68
.1
C68
.1
1 2
U46B
LMC6482
U46B
LMC6482
5
6
7
C165
680PF
C165
680PF
1
2
U48C
MAX352
U48C
MAX352

1
0
O
1
1
C
9
R70
100K
R70
100K
1 2
C120
.1
C120
.1
1
2
R131
178K
R131
178K
1
2
U45B
LMC6482
U45B
LMC6482
5
6
7
U29
AD620AR
U29
AD620AR
VN-
2
G1
1
G2
8
VN+
3
V
+
7
VO
6
REF
5
V
-
4
C106
.1
C106
.1
1
2
C150
.1
C150
.1
1
2
C160
.1
C160
.1
1
2
R41
10K
R41
10K
1 2
U47D
MAX352
U47D
MAX352

15
O
14
C
1
6
C57
.1
C57
.1
1 2
U27B
AD822AR
U27B
AD822AR
5
6
7
R107
249K
R107
249K
1 2
R154
4.99K
R154
4.99K
1 2
C129
.1
C129
.1
1
2
C159
.1
C159
.1
1
2
C163
.0047
C163
.0047
1
2
R134
1K
R134
1K
1
2
R96
49.9K
R96
49.9K
1 2
C71
.1
C71
.1
1
2
R23
1K
R23
1K
1
2
U47C
MAX352
U47C
MAX352

1
0
O
1
1
C
9
C78
.1
C78
.1
1 2
R42
10K
R42
10K
1 2
R115
249K
R115
249K
1 2
U27A
AD822AR
U27A
AD822AR
3
2
1
8
4
R121
30.1K
R121
30.1K
1 2
C121
.1
C121
.1
1
2
C34
.1
C34
.1
1
2
1 2
R44
3.01K
R44
3.01K
1
2
R93
49.9K
R93
49.9K
1 2
C72
.1
C72
.1
1 2
R39
10K
R39
10K
1 2
U32A
MAX352
U32A
MAX352

2
O
3
C
1
G
5
V
+
1
3
V
-
4
V
L
1
2
U26B
MC34072
U26B
MC34072 5
6
7
U37
MAX7410
U37
MAX7410
V
D
D
4
/S
D
7
N
2
G
N
D
3
OUT
5
COM
1
CLK
8
OS
6
R136
16.5K
R136
16.5K
1
2
R109
249K
R109
249K
1 2
R45
100
R45
100
1
2
R111
249K
R111
249K
1 2
C167
680PF
C167
680PF
1
2
U9B
OPA2130
or AD822AR
U9B
OPA2130
or AD822AR
5
6
7
C83
.1
C83
.1
1 2
R15
R
R15
R
1
2
U47A
MAX352
U47A
MAX352

2
O
3
C
1
G
5
V+
13
V-
4
VL
12
U26A
MC34072
U26A
MC34072
3
2
1
8
4
C128
.1
C128
.1
1
2
TZ3
GT-SMD1812150
TZ3
GT-SMD1812150
1
2
1 2
C140
.047
C140
.047
1
2
R110
20K RV
R110
20K RV
1 3
2
C49
.022
C49
.022
1
2
R112
20K RV
R112
20K RV
1 3
2
C114
.1
C114
.1
1
2
R17
0
R17
0
1 2
C111
.1
C111
.1
1
2
C97
.1
C97
.1
1 2
U18A
74HC221
U18A
74HC221
CEXT
14
REXT/CEXT
15
A
1
B
2
CLR
3
QL
4
QH
13
C23
.1
C23
.1
1
2
R116
249K
R116
249K
1 2
R128
30.1K
R128
30.1K
1
2
R117
249K
R117
249K
1 2
C37
.1
C37
.1
1
2
R34
10K
R34
10K
1 2
C110
.1
C110
.1
1
2
C89
.1
C89
.1
1 2
R35
10K
R35
10K
1 2
R27
470M
R27
470M
1
2
R14
1K
R14
1K
1 2
R67
301K
R67
301K
1
2
R124
10K
R124
10K
1
2
U38
MAX7410
U38
MAX7410
V
D
D
4
/S
D
7
N
2
G
N
D
3
OUT
5
COM
1
CLK
8
OS
6
C151
.1
C151
.1
1
2
R33
10K
R33
10K
1 2
U39
MAX7410
U39
MAX7410
V
D
D
4
/S
D
7
N
2
G
N
D
3
OUT
5
COM
1
CLK
8
OS
6
R18
10K
R18
10K
1
2
R61 1.00K R61 1.00K
1 2
C59
.047
C59
.047
1
2
R28
470M
R28
470M
1
2
U46A
LMC6482
U46A
LMC6482
3
2
1
8
4
C130
.1
C130
.1
1
2
R38
1K
R38
1K
1 2
DD2
RB471E
DD2
RB471E
5
3 2
1
4
C132
.1
C132
.1
1
2
C137
.1
C137
.1
1
2
U8A
MC33078
U8A
MC33078
3
2
1
8
4
R60
1.00K
R60
1.00K
1 2
C53
.1
C53
.1
1
2
R29
470M
R29
470M
1
2
R102
10K
R102
10K
1 2
C143 1 C143 1
1 2
C168
680PF
C168
680PF
1
2
DD1
RB471E
DD1
RB471E
5
3 2
1
4
C144 1 C144 1
1 2
C149
.1
C149
.1
1
2
U8B
MC33078
U8B
MC33078
5
6
7
R63 1.00K R63 1.00K
1 2
R152
33.2K
R152
33.2K
1
2
C73
.1
C73
.1
1
2
R30
470M
R30
470M
1
2
C162
.0047
C162
.0047
1
2
R103
20K
R103
20K
1
2
C146 1 C146 1
1 2
C147 1 C147 1
1 2
C35
.1
C35
.1
1
2
R12B
100KX4P
R12B
100KX4P
2 7
R62 1.00K R62 1.00K
1 2
P1
1X6M
P1
1X6M
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
U49D
MAX352
U49D
MAX352

15
O
14
C
1
6
U11A
LM358
U11A
LM358
3
2
1
8
4
R142
100
R142
100
1
2
C141
.1
C141
.1
1
2
U9A
OPA2130
or AD822AR
U9A
OPA2130
or AD822AR
3
2
1
8
4
DCC1
DN
DCC1
DN
1
2
3
R144
100
R144
100
1
2
C30
68PF
C30
68PF
1
2
C65
DN
C65
DN
1
2
U11B
LM358
U11B
LM358
5
6
7
U49B
MAX352
U49B
MAX352

7
O
6
C
8
R145
1.62M
R145
1.62M
1
2
R129
178K
R129
178K
1
2
DCC2
DN
DCC2
DN
1
2
3
R130
178K
R130
178K
1
2
R155
4.99K
R155
4.99K
1 2
C56
.1
C56
.1
1
2
C32
68PF
C32
68PF
1
2
C64
DN
C64
DN
1
2
R108
20K RV
R108
20K RV
1 3
2
C164
.0047
C164
.0047
1
2
R65
100K
R65
100K
1
2
U49A
MAX352
U49A
MAX352

2
O
3
C
1
G
5
V+
13
V-
4
VL
12
R85
10K
R85
10K
1 2
R132
1K
R132
1K
1
2
CRA1
470KX4
CRA1
470KX4
1
2
3
4
8
7
6
5
R133
1K
R133
1K
1
2
U10A
OPA2130
or AD822AR
U10A
OPA2130
or AD822AR
3
2
1
8
4
TZ4
GT-SMD1812150
TZ4
GT-SMD1812150
1
2
C27
68PF
C27
68PF
1
2
C67
DN
C67
DN
1
2
R83
68.1K
R83
68.1K
1 2
U32B
MAX352
U32B
MAX352

7
O
6
C
8
C90
.1
C90
.1
1
2
R119
30.1K
R119
30.1K
1 2
R120
30.1K
R120
30.1K
1 2
C41
.1
C41
.1
1
2
C66
DN
C66
DN
1
2
SH2
PTHs
SH2
PTHs
1
R68
2.43K
R68
2.43K
1 2
U32C
MAX352
U32C
MAX352

10
O
11
C
9
1 2
TP13
TPAD
TP13
TPAD
1
R140
16.5K
R140
16.5K
1
2
R75
12.1K
R75
12.1K
1 2
U10B
OPA2130
or AD822AR
U10B
OPA2130
or AD822AR
5
6
7
U5A
MC34072
U5A
MC34072
3
2
1
8
4
R135
16.5K
R135
16.5K
1
2
C25
68PF
C25
68PF
1
2
R76
2.43K
R76
2.43K
1 2
R64
27.4K
R64
27.4K
1 2
U32D
MAX352
U32D
MAX352

15
O
14
C
1
6
C91
.1
C91
.1
1
2
C136
.047
C136
.047
1
2
C18
.1
C18
.1
1
2
C138
.047
C138
.047
1
2
U34A
LMC6482
U34A
LMC6482
3
2
1
8
4
R92
2.43K
R92
2.43K
1 2
C26
68PF
C26
68PF
1
2
R16
3.32K
R16
3.32K
1
2
U47B
MAX352
U47B
MAX352

7
O
6
C
8
R66
100K
R66
100K
1
2
R122
30.1K
R122
30.1K
1
2
1 2
C169
680PF
C169
680PF
1
2
C19
.1
C19
.1
1
2
R127
30.1K
R127
30.1K
1
2
U33A
LMC6482
U33A
LMC6482
3
2
1
8
4
CRA2
DN
CRA2
DN
1 2 3 4
8 7 6 5
R153
4.99K
R153
4.99K
1 2
R12D
100KX4P
R12D
100KX4P
4 5
TP18
TPAD
TP18
TPAD
1
R19
499
R19
499
1
2
U49C
MAX352
U49C
MAX352

1
0
O
1
1
C
9
C52
.1
C52
.1
1
2
R126
10K
R126
10K
1
2
R1 20K,5% R1 20K,5%
1 2
R32
19.6K
R32
19.6K
1 2
R123
10K
R123
10K
1
2
U20
ADG419
U20
ADG419
D
1
S2
8
S1
2
G
N
D
3
N
6
V
S
S
7
V
L
5
V
D
D
4
R12A
100KX4P
R12A
100KX4P
1 8
R31
10K
R31
10K
1 2
TZ1
GT-SMD1812150
TZ1
GT-SMD1812150
1
2
U7B
MAX352
U7B
MAX352

7
O
6
C
8
U44A
LMC6482
U44A
LMC6482
3
2
1
8
4
P6
GND PN
P6
GND PN
1
R3 20K,5% R3 20K,5%
1 2
C95
.1
C95
.1
1 2
U45A
LMC6482
U45A
LMC6482
3
2
1
8
4
U17
ADG408BR
U17
ADG408BR
S1
4
S2
5
S3
6
S4
7
S5
12
S6
11
S7
10
S8
9
-V
3
+
V
1
3
DO
8
A2
15
A1
16
A0
1
EN
2
GND
14
C77
.1
C77
.1
1 2
R12C
100KX4P
R12C
100KX4P
3 6
U7A
MAX352
U7A
MAX352

2
O
3
C
1
G
5
V+
13
V-
4
VL
12
C42
.001
C42
.001
1 2
R40
1K
R40
1K
1 2
R4 20K,5% R4 20K,5%
1 2
C93
.01
5%
C93
.01
5%
1 2
R101
10K
R101
10K
1 2
SH1
PTHs
SH1
PTHs
1
R99
10K
R99
10K
1 2
R13A
100KX4P
R13A
100KX4P
1 8
U12A
74HC74
U12A
74HC74
D
2
CLK
3
Q
5
Q
6
P
R
4
C
L
1
C76
.1
C76
.1
1 2
TP20
TPAD
TP20
TPAD
1
R43
6.81K
R43
6.81K
1 2
U7D
MAX352
U7D
MAX352

15
O
14
C
1
6
R7 20K,5% R7 20K,5%
1 2
TZ2
GT-SMD1812150
TZ2
GT-SMD1812150
1
2
R69
100K
R69
100K
1 2
C166
680PF
C166
680PF
1
2
R97
20K
R97
20K
1
2
C161
.1
C161
.1
1
2
SH3
PTHs
SH3
PTHs
1
R98
20K
R98
20K
1
2
R13C
100KX4P
R13C
100KX4P
3 6
R50
1K
R50
1K
1 2
C31
68PF
C31
68PF
1
2
C48
.033
C48
.033
1 2
U7C
MAX352
U7C
MAX352

10
O
11
C
9
TZ5
GT-SMD1812150
TZ5
GT-SMD1812150
1
2
C96
100PF
C96
100PF
1 2
R141
1.62M
R141
1.62M
1
2
R8 20K,5% R8 20K,5%
1 2
SH4
PTHs
SH4
PTHs
1
C139
.1
C139
.1
1
2
U18B
74HC221
U18B
74HC221
CEXT
6
REXT/CEXT
7
A
9
B
10
CLR
11
QL
12
QH
5
C69
.1
C69
.1
1
2
R13B
100KX4P
R13B
100KX4P
2 7
D6
CMPZ5235B
D6
CMPZ5235B
1 3
2
U48D
MAX352
U48D
MAX352

15
O
14
C
1
6
C33
68PF
C33
68PF
1
2
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
D D
C C
B B
A A
LL_RESP
RA_RESP
RESPOUT
2.5VREF
2.5VREF
RESP_GAN
RESP_BW
RESPOUT
BASEMP
RESP_BW
RESP_GAN
RA_RESP
LL_RESP
BASEMP
VCC VDD
VSS GND
-5A
+5D
+SO
+5D
+SO
+SO
5VREF
5VREF
-SO
5VREF
-5A
-SO
+10
+SO
+10
-10
2.5VREF
2.5VREF
-10
5VREF
5VREF
+10
-SO
5VREF
+10
-10
-10
-10
+10
+10
5VREF
GND
-5A
+5D
+SO
2.5VREF
-SO
RESPOUT
RESP_GAN
RESP_BW
BASEMP
RA_RESP
LL_RESP
GNDANL
+10
-10
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ANALOG GND DIGITAL GND
Respiration
+10 VOLTS ANALOG
-10 VOLTS
ANALOG
R58
10.0K
R58
10.0K
1 2
R25
49.9
R25
49.9
1
2
C3
.1
C3
.1
1
2
R79
130K
R79
130K
R36
43.2K
R36
43.2K
1 2
R47
200
R47
200
1 2
R80
511K
R80
511K
D1
CMSH2-40
D1
CMSH2-40
2
1
U31
MAX4514
U31
MAX4514
D
1
S1
2
N
4
V
D
D
5
V
S
S
3
D12
ZC5800E
D12
ZC5800E
1
3
2
C6
47 E 35V
C6
47 E 35V
1
2
C157
1.0uF
C157
1.0uF
1
2
U2
LP2951
U2
LP2951
+N
8
ERR
5
SD
3
G
N
D
4
+OUT
1
SENS
2
TAP
6
FB
7
+
-
U24B
LMC6482
+
-
U24B
LMC6482
5
6
7
R56
4.02K
R56
4.02K
1 2
R81
2.43K
R81
2.43K
C74
.1
C74
.1
1
2
R59
499K
R59
499K
R49
6.81K
R49
6.81K
R82 10.0M R82 10.0M
R26
49.9
R26
49.9
1 2
R37
402K
R37
402K
1
2
C8
270pF 1KV
C8
270pF 1KV
1 2
+
-
U24A
LMC6482
+
-
U24A
LMC6482
3
2
1
8
4
C7
270pF 1KV
C7
270pF 1KV
1 2
C94 .001 C94 .001
C22
.1
C22
.1
1
2
U13A
MC34072
U13A
MC34072
3
2
1
8
4
C116
.1
C116
.1
Q1
TN2106
Q1
TN2106
1
2
3
C2
100 T
C2
100 T
1
2
D16
MD914
D16
MD914
1
3
D15
MD914
D15
MD914
1
3
U13B
MC34072
U13B
MC34072
5
6
7
U35
MAX7410
U35
MAX7410
G
N
D
3
N
2
CLK
8
V
D
D
4
OUT
5
OS
6
SHDN
7
COM
1
C20
.001
C20
.001
1 2
D7
MD914
D7
MD914
1 3
D8
MD914
D8
MD914
1 3
D9
MD914
D9
MD914
1 3
D10
MD914
D10
MD914
1 3
T1
SO XFMR
T1
SO XFMR
1 3
2 4
C39
.0033
C39
.0033
1
2
R54
12.1K
R54
12.1K
1
2
R21
49.9K
R21
49.9K
1 2
R5
10K
R5
10K
1
2
TP5 TP5
1
C9
.1
C9
.1
1
2
TP17 TP17
1
C4
10uF
C4
10uF
1
2
TP11 TP11
1
R147
1K
R147
1K
1 2
C1
10uF
C1
10uF
1
2
R6
71.5K
R6
71.5K
1
2
U1
LM2594M-5.0
U1
LM2594M-5.0
V
7
FB
4
VO
8
G
N
D
6
/ON
5
n
c
1
n
c
2
n
c
3
C63
.1
C63
.1
1
2
U3
LM79L05ACM
U3
LM79L05ACM
V
2
G
N
D
5
VO
1
V
3
V
6
V
7
NC
4
NC
8
C158
1.0uF
C158
1.0uF
1
2
TP2 TP2
1
C46
.1
C46
.1
1
2
TP3 TP3
1
L1
100uH
L1
100uH
1
2
R20
49.9K
R20
49.9K
1 2
TP1 TP1
1
R74
10K
R74
10K
R57 footprint
.1uF
R57 footprint
.1uF
1
2
C152
.1
C152
.1
C102
.1
C102
.1
TP7 TP7
1
C10
.01
C10
.01
1
2
C44
10uF
C44
10uF
1
2
U5B
MC34072
U5B
MC34072
5
6
7
R55
10K
R55
10K
1 2
R48
43.2K
R48
43.2K
1
2
TP10 TP10
1
D17
ZC5300E
D17
ZC5300E
2
1
C21
.1
C21
.1
1
2
C47
.1
C47
.1
1
2
R2
DN
R2
DN
1
2
D18
ZC5300E
D18
ZC5300E
2
1
C43
.1
C43
.1
1
2
C24
10uF
C24
10uF
1
2
C17
1.0
C17
1.0
1
2
C62
.01
C62
.01
1
2
R24
10K
R24
10K
1
2
C5
.1
C5
.1
1
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B B
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RLED
RLED
RGATE RGATE
DRGATE
/DCLK
/DXMT
DOUT
/DVALD
RLED 2MHZ
LED PWR /FDS
RSTSYS
RD/SETUP
RLED /SETUPN
/RSTSETUP
LED PWR
LEDDR
RGATE
/OFLOW+
RSTSYS
/DCLK
/RSTSETUP
DRGATE
/DXMT
LEDDR
DOUT
/OFLOW-
RGATE
/DVALD
RD/SETUP
/SETUPN
2MHZ
+10
/OFLOW-
/OFLOW+
A
A
C
C
SH
SH /FDSST
/FDSST
/FDS
TESTN
2MHZ
+10
+10
+5A
+5D
-5A
-5A
+5D
-5A
+5D
+5A
+5D
+5D
+5D
+5D
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LED CT. LMT=40MA
COMMON ANODE
GUARD INPUT
WITH GND TRACE
I
I
O
O
O
O
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
INCL.Q1, R1, R2, R3
SHIELDING TIE
POINTS
BARE PCB: 83603B001 REV 0.
External Cable
Schematic
1 7/10/00 6419
David Rieck
Alex Kaplan
Ken Schmitz
6/05/00
6/08/00
6/08/00
2 10/25/07 10108
91418A001 or DDC-101U
The following resistor values are used when 91418A001 is
used for U1:
R1: 39.2K
R2: 10K
R3: 130K
R2
100K
R2
100K
C7
.1
C7
.1
TP1 TP1
1
5
9
4
8
3
7
2
6
1
+
-
U2B
AD822AR
+
-
U2B
AD822AR
5
6
7
R6
1K
R6
1K
C5
10 T
C5
10 T
R9
15
R9
15
TP5 TP5
1
C15
DN
C15
DN
Q1
TN2106
Q1
TN2106
1
3
2
C8
100
TANT
C8
100
TANT
C4
10 T
C4
10 T
SH5
PTHs
SH5
PTHs
1
R10D
100KX4
.1%
R10D
100KX4
.1%
4 5
1
2
3
4
5
6
Q4
MMBT4403
Q4
MMBT4403
3 2
1
R5
24.9K
R5
24.9K
TP2 TP2
1
R8
2M
R8
2M
R12
1K
R12
1K
R10C
100KX4
.1%
R10C
100KX4
.1%
3 6
TP4 TP4
1
E1 E1
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
R3
42.2K
R3
42.2K
SH1
PTHs
SH1
PTHs
1
C9
100
TANT
C9
100
TANT
C14
DN
C14
DN
C1
10 T
C1
10 T
R14
4.75K
R14
4.75K
C6
.1
C6
.1
R10A
100KX4
.1%
R10A
100KX4
.1%
1 8
Q3
MMBT4403
Q3
MMBT4403
3 2
1
R11
10K
R11
10K
+
-
U2A
AD822AR
+
-
U2A
AD822AR
3
2
1
8
4
E2 E2
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
SH3
PTHs
SH3
PTHs
1
P1
HEADER 13X2
P1
HEADER 13X2
1
1
2
3 4
5 6
7 8
9 10
11 12
13 14
15 16
17 18
19 20
21 22
23 24
25 26
26
SH2
PTHs
SH2
PTHs
1
U3A
74HC74
U3A
74HC74
D
2
CLK
3
Q
5
Q
6
P
R
4
C
L
1
J1
70553-0005
J1
70553-0005
1
2
3
4
5
6
C10
.047
C10
.047
C13
DN
C13
DN
R1
13.0K
R1
13.0K
C2
.1
C2
.1
TP3 TP3
1
R13
22.1
R13
22.1
U1
Oximeter A2D Module
U1
Oximeter A2D Module
DN
11
DCK
10
DXMT
18
DOUT
14
DVALD
15
OFLOW-
16
OFLOW+
17
VSNA
1
GNDA
2
NPUT
3
GNDA
4
VSPA
5
VSPAS
6
CLK
9
FDS
8
RSYS
7
RDD/S
19
SETUP
20
RSETUP
21
TEST
22
GND
13
VDD
12
VBUFD
24
VREFN
23
C11
100
TANT
C11
100
TANT
C3
.1
C3
.1
Q6
S9925DY
Q6
S9925DY
2
8 7
1 3
4
5 6
TP6 TP6
1
C12
10 T
C12
10 T
U3B
74HC74
U3B
74HC74
D
12
CLK
11
Q
9
Q
8
P
R
1
0
C
L
1
3
E3 E3
1
2
3
4 5
6
7
8
SH4
PTHs
SH4
PTHs
1
Q5
TN2106
Q5
TN2106
1
3
2
R7
10
5%
1/8W
R7
10
5%
1/8W
VR1
LT1004-2.5
VR1
LT1004-2.5
4
8 6
U4
7S04
U4
7S04
2 4
R10B
100KX4
.1%
R10B
100KX4
.1%
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