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Ultraview SL™ Command Module

91496

For use with modules with serial number 1496-1xxxx and higher and software version 2.07.00.

070-1163-03 Rev. A | www.spacelabshealthcare.com March 2017

S E R V I C E M A N U A L
9 1496 ULTRAVIEW SL COMMAND
MODULE S ERVICE MANUAL

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Table of Contents

1 Introduction
Overview .............................................................................................................................1-1
Expected Service Life...........................................................................................................1-3
Module Configurations........................................................................................................1-4
Specifications.......................................................................................................................1-5
Physical Dimensions .................................................................................................... 1-5
Electrical Specifications .............................................................................................. 1-5
Environmental Requirements ..................................................................................... 1-5
Operating ........................................................................................................................1-5
Transport and Storage ....................................................................................................1-5
Setup ...................................................................................................................................1-5
Unpacking ................................................................................................................... 1-5
2 Theory
Overview .............................................................................................................................2-1
CPU/NIBP.............................................................................................................................2-2
Main Processor ........................................................................................................... 2-2
Memory ...................................................................................................................... 2-2
Synchronous Data Link Control (SDLC) Interface ........................................................ 2-2
Front-End Communications Interfaces ....................................................................... 2-2
NIBP Front-End Controllers ......................................................................................... 2-3
Analog Front End (AFE)........................................................................................................2-6
Patient Inputs .................................................................................................................2-6
Front-End Controllers .....................................................................................................2-7
A/D Converters ...............................................................................................................2-7
Isolated Power Supplies ..................................................................................................2-7
3 Maintenance
Overview .............................................................................................................................3-1
Cleaning/Disinfecting ..........................................................................................................3-2
General ....................................................................................................................... 3-2
To clean monitors, modules, and cables.......................................................................3-3
Safety...................................................................................................................................3-4
Maintenance .......................................................................................................................3-4
Preventive Maintenance ............................................................................................. 3-4
Electrical Safety Testing.......................................................................................................3-5
Definitions .................................................................................................................. 3-5
Equipment Required: Electrical Safety Analyzer, Fluke model 232D or equivalent ..... 3-6
Ground Resistance ...................................................................................................... 3-6
To test ground resistance .............................................................................................3-6
Chassis Leakage Current Tests .................................................................................... 3-6
To test chassis leakage..................................................................................................3-6
Patient Lead Leakage Current Tests (Patient Modules) .............................................. 3-7
To test patient leads current leakage ...........................................................................3-7
To test leakage current to ground with 50/60 Hz.........................................................3-7
Hardware and Mechanical Checks ......................................................................................3-7
Performance Verification ....................................................................................................3-8
ECG ............................................................................................................................. 3-8
To verify ECG performance ...........................................................................................3-8
Respiration (Option R) ................................................................................................ 3-9
To verify respiration performance ................................................................................3-9
Invasive Pressure (Option B or Option C) .................................................................... 3-9
To verify invasive pressure performance......................................................................3-9
Temperature ............................................................................................................. 3-10
To verify temperature performance ...........................................................................3-10
Cardiac Output .......................................................................................................... 3-10

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To verify cardiac output performance ........................................................................3-10


SpO2 ........................................................................................................................................................ 3-10
To verify SpO2 performance .......................................................................................3-10
To set up the Fluke 2XLFE simulator ...........................................................................3-11
To test SpO2 accuracy .................................................................................................3-11
To test SpO2 alarms ....................................................................................................3-11
NIBP .......................................................................................................................... 3-12
To verify NIBP performance........................................................................................3-12
To perform an optional accuracy test of NIBP ............................................................3-13
NIBP Calibration, Leakage, and Accuracy Tests.................................................................3-13
Required Test Equipment for NIBP Calibration ......................................................... 3-13
Equipment Setup ..........................................................................................................3-14
To set up the equipment for NIBP calibration, accuracy, and leakage tests ..............3-14
NIBP Calibration Procedure ...................................................................................... 3-15
To calibrate NIBP.........................................................................................................3-15
To zero the transducers ..............................................................................................3-15
To calibrate the primary pressure transducer ............................................................3-16
To calibrate the low range of the safety pressure transducer....................................3-17
To calibrate the high range for safety pressure transducer........................................3-17
NIBP Leakage Test in Adult Mode .................................................................................3-18
To test leakage in Adult Mode ....................................................................................3-18
NIBP Accuracy Test .......................................................................................................3-18
To test NIBP accuracy..................................................................................................3-18
To test over-pressure in Adult Mode ..........................................................................3-19
To perform a functional check ....................................................................................3-19
NIBP Leakage Test in Neonatal Mode ...........................................................................3-20
To test leakage in Neonatal Mode ..............................................................................3-20
To test over-pressure in Neonatal Mode ....................................................................3-20
To perform a functional check ....................................................................................3-21
Disassembly/Assembly Procedures...................................................................................3-21
To disassemble/reassemble the module ....................................................................3-21
4 Troubleshooting
Module Information ............................................................................................................4-1
To show the Module Info report...................................................................................4-1
Problem Solving...................................................................................................................4-1
Troubleshooting Flow Charts ..............................................................................................4-2
ECG/Resp .................................................................................................................... 4-3
Pressure ...................................................................................................................... 4-4
SpO2 ........................................................................................................................................................... 4-5
Nellcor OxiMax SpO2 Messages .................................................................................. 4-6
OXIMETER FAILURE Error XXX ........................................................................................4-6
OXIMETER FAILURE Error XXX — Contact Service .........................................................4-6
To attempt to restore communications with the module ............................................4-6
HARDWARE INCOMPATIBILITY Contact Service .............................................................4-6
Masimo SET SpO2 Messages ....................................................................................... 4-7
FAULTY OXIMETER—Contact Service .............................................................................4-7
To attempt to restore communications with the module ............................................4-7
HARDARE INCOMPATIBILITY Contact Service .................................................................4-7
Spacelabs SpO2 Messages ........................................................................................... 4-7
FAULTY OXIMETER—Contact Service .............................................................................4-7
To attempt to restore communications with the module ............................................4-8
HARDARE INCOMPATIBILITY Contact Service .................................................................4-8
Cardiac Output ............................................................................................................ 4-9
Temperature ............................................................................................................. 4-10
NIBP .......................................................................................................................... 4-11

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NIBP Event Log ..................................................................................................................4-12


Accessing the NIBP Event Log ................................................................................... 4-12
NIBP Hardware Calibration Constants ...................................................................... 4-13
Event Log Entries ...................................................................................................... 4-13
Summary Statistics .................................................................................................... 4-14
Automatic Measurement Mode........................................................................................4-14
5 Parts
Field-Replaceable Parts (for Configurations A through L on serial numbers
below 1496-1xxxxx).............................................................................................................5-1
Field-Replaceable Parts (for Configurations A through L on serial numbers
above 1496-2xxxxx).............................................................................................................5-4
Assembly Drawings .............................................................................................................5-6
A Appendix A — Symbols

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Introduction

Overview
The Spacelabs Healthcare Ultraview SL™ Command Module (91496) can acquire
various physiologic data in a clinical setting. The 91496 module, a lightweight, slim
modular unit, is intended for use with a Spacelabs Healthcare Ultraview®
monitoring system.
The 91496 module is designed to acquire and process electrocardiographic (ECG),
respiration, invasive pressure, noninvasive blood pressure (NIBP), temperature,
cardiac output, and pulse oximetry (SpO2) data for a single adult, pediatric, or
neonatal patient. Each parameter within the module manages its own set of alarm
conditions and defines its own user interface. Both waveform and numeric data are
provided to the monitor via SDLC communications, for display to the care provider.
Each parameter also provides the capability to output recordings of selected
information to a variety of recording devices.

91496 — A 91496 — B 91496 — C 91496 — I 91496 — L


Figure 1-1 91496 Ultraview SL Command Module

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The patient is connected to the module via parameter-specific cables and/or


sensors that provide the module with the patient’s physiologic data. Connectors on
the front panel of the module are color coded to allow easy identification of the
corresponding cables. The input connectors are labelled as follows:

Table 1-1 Input Connectors


Label Input Connector
ECG ECG/Respiration

P1-2 Invasive Pressures 1 and 2

P3-4 Invasive Pressures 3 and 4

SpO2 Pulse Oximetry

SpO2D Pulse Oximetry (dual)

CO Cardiac Output

T1-2 Temperatures 1 and 2

T3-4 Temperatures 3 and 4

Noninvasive Blood Pressure (NIBP) — neonate

Noninvasive Blood Pressure (NIBP) — adult

Two user-configurable high-level outputs are available on the front panel of the
module (not available on 91496-I). The connectors are labeled as:
• hlo1
• hlo2
Due to varying applications for high level outputs, pre-built HLO cables are not
offered. A TT-253 style analog output plug is available as Spacelabs Healthcare
P/N 354171-001. Cables constructed for use with HLO should incorporate a ferrite
bead with 200 Ω impedance at 100 Mhz within 1 inch of the TT-253 plug to
maintain EMI compliance. The TT-253 plug will have the signal on the tip, the ring is
defibrillator synchronized, and the sleeve is grounded.
The cuff deflate button, located on the front panel of the module, is labelled STOP.
This button is used to deflate the pressure in the noninvasive blood pressure cuff.
All other functions of the module can be controlled through the Ultraview or
PCMS™ monitor using keys located on the monitor screen.

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Spacelabs Healthcare equipment is intended for use under the direct


supervision of a licensed healthcare practitioner, or by personnel trained in
proper use of the equipment in a hospital environment.

Do not perform safety tests when a patient is connected to the device.

The use of cellphones, RF emitting, or electrical equipment near the


monitoring system could cause electromagnetic interference. Do not
operate electronic devices (for example, portable communication
transmitters, cellular telephones, personal computers, electronic toys, and
other medical devices) within one meter (approximately 40 inches) of the
patient, patient leads, or associated monitoring equipment until evaluated
by the biomedical engineering staff.

The use of unapproved accessories, transducers, and cables may


compromise patient and user safety, result in increased EMC EMISSIONS or
decreased EMC IMMUNITY performance.
• Accessories, transducers, and cables sold by Spacelabs have been
evaluated for performance, safety, and EMC.
• Contact your Spacelabs Healthcare representative or refer to
http://sa.spacelabshealthcare.com/ to purchase approved items.

Expected Service Life


The expected service life of the 91496 Ultraview SL™ Command Module is seven
years from the date of first use. Perform safety checks and maintenance of the
device regularly. Spacelabs Healthcare offers a refurbishment program for
equipment that has passed its expected service life. Contact your local service
representative for more information.
To protect the environment, properly dispose of all batteries,
electronic assemblies, plastics, and metals.
Follow your internal procedures or local (provincial) laws regarding
disposal or recycling.

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Module Configurations
The Ultraview SL Command Module (91496) is available in five multiple parameter
configurations:

Table 1-2 Parameter Configurations


Configuration Parameters
A ECG/RESP/NIBP/TEMP/SPO2

B ECG/RESP/NIBP/TEMP/SPO2/P1-2

C ECG/RESP/NIBP/TEMP/SPO2/P1-2/P3-4/CO

I NIBP/TEMP/SPO2

L TEMP/SPO2D/P1-2/P3-4

Options for the following features are also available:

Table 1-3 Options


Option Features
Option D Diagnostic 12-lead reports with interpretation.*

Option E Diagnostic 12-lead reports without interpretation.*

Option F Basic Arrhythmia; provides alarms for high and low heart rate, asystole and ventricular fibrillation.*

Option G Multiview™ I: enables users to review trends of abnormals per minute; provides alarms for high and
low heart rate, asystole, ventricular fibrillation, abnormals per minute and abnormals in a row.*

Option H Multiview II: enables users to review the dominant morphology as well as episodes or classes of
ventricular fibrillation, ventricular tachycardia (runs), couplets, single abnormals, tachycardia,
pauses, ventricular and atrio-ventricular pacing; provides alarms for high and low heart rate,
asystole, ventricular fibrillation, abnormals in a row, abnormals per minute, and tachycardia.*

Option M Pulse oximetry (SpO2); compatible with Masimo SET sensors.

Option N Pulse oximetry (SpO2); compatible with Nellcor OxiMax sensors.

Option O Pearl white color option (Ultraview SL monitors).**

Option R Respiration.*

Option S ST segment analysis, review, and trends.

Option U Pulse Oximetry (SpO2); compatible with Nellcor and Novametrix sensors.

Option V Varitrend® 4; define, trend, and document critical physiological events containing data from up to
four parameters, including heart rate, SpO2 (pre- and post-ductal sites), respiration rate, EtCO2,
TcpCO2, and TcpO2*

Option W Arctic white color option.

* Not available with the 91496-I and 91496-L configurations.


** Not available with the 91496-L configuration.

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Specifications
Physical Dimensions
Height: 11.3 cm (4.45 inches)
Width: 5.66 cm (2.23 inches)
Depth: 18.0 cm (7.10 inches)
Weight: 0.8 kg (1.75 pounds)

Electrical Specifications
Operating Voltages: +%, +12, and -12 VDC
Power Consumption: 3.0 watts nominal, 5.5 watts maximum with pump active
Battery Backup: 10 minutes

Environmental Requirements

Operating
Temperature: 0° C to 50° C (32° F to 122° F)
Humidity: 95% (non-condensing) up to 30° C (86° F)
10% to 75% up to 40° C (104° F)
10% to 45% up to 50° C (122° F)
Altitude: 0 to 3,000 meters (0 to 9,843 feet)

Transport and Storage


Temperature: -40° C to 75° C (-40° F to 167° F)
Humidity: 95% (non-condensing) up to 50° C (122° F)
10% to 50% up to 75° C (167° F)
Altitude: 0 to 12,192 meters (0 to 40,000 feet)

Setup
Unpacking
Before unpacking the module, inspect the shipping container for visible damage.
Unpack and remove the module from the container and verify that all parts on the
order are included.
Inspect each item for signs of damage. If damage is detected, notify the freight
company and Spacelabs Healthcare immediately.

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Theory

Overview
The module has a main processor and three specialized front ends.
The main processor performs the following functions:
• Sends configuration and control commands to the front end.
• Processes data and status information received from the front ends.
• Sends waveform, numeric, and alarm data to the monitor via an SDLC
communications link.
• Processes commands received from the monitor.
Each of the front ends performs the following functions:
• Amplifies and preconditions the input signals acquired from the patient-
connected sensors.
• Scans the preprocessed analog inputs.
• Converts the signals to a digital representation.
• Sends the data to the main processor.

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CPU/NIBP
The main processor and the noninvasive blood pressure front end are located on a
single PCBA, which is referred to as the CPU/NIBP board. The CPU controls and
acquires data from the analog front-end board. The NIBP front end, which consists
of a pump, valve assembly, and two microprocessors, controls the inflation and
deflation of the cuff.

Main Processor
The main processor is an MPC860 Power PC quad integrated communications
controller (QUICC) operating at 50 MHz. The clock reference is provided by a
32.768 kHz crystal connected to the main clock oscillator pins of the MPC860.

Memory
Program memory consists of 8 MB flash memory and 8 MB SDRAM. SDRAM is
powered by 3.3 volts. There is also a 64 KB EEPROM that is used to store the
module’s configuration programming (sysgen).

Synchronous Data Link Control (SDLC) Interface


The SDLC interface uses the SCC2 serial port of the MPC860 operating at a data rate
of 1.892532 MHz.

Front-End Communications Interfaces


The front ends communicate with the main processor using the SCC and SMC serial
channels of the MPC860 in the UART mode. Each channel is configured for one stop
bit and odd parity. The communications interface for the ECG and respiration front
end use the SCC3 port operating at 250 kbaud. The communications interface for
invasive pressure, temperature, cardiac output, and SpO2 front end uses the SCC4
port operating at 125 kbaud. The communications interface for noninvasive blood
pressure uses the SMC2 port operating at 9.6 kbaud (refer to Assembly Drawings on
page 5-6 for the block diagram).

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NIBP Front-End Controllers


Two processors are associated with the NIBP front end, a PIC16C63 (the
Communications Processor) and a PIC16C711(the Safety Processor).
The PIC16C63, Communications Processor, performs the following functions:
• Initializes the primary A/D converter per commands received from the
MPC860.
• Samples the primary A/D converter and transmits the pressure samples to the
MPC860.
• Turns ON the pump and adjusts the pump speed per commands received from
the MPC860.
• Opens or closes the vent, bleed, and mode valves per commands received from
the MPC860.
• Turns OFF the pump or closes the bleed valve when the targeted pressure has
been reached (Adult Mode) or a specified time has elapsed (Neonatal Mode).
• Responds to a press of the red STOP button, on the face of the module, by
stopping the pump, opening the vent valve, and sending a message to the
MPC860 indicating that the reading has been canceled.
• Relays messages between the MPC860 and the Safety Processor.
The PIC16C711, Safety Processor, performs the following functions:
• Communicates with the Communications Processor, which in turn relays its
messages to the MPC860. The Safety Processor also receives messages from
the MPC860, which have been relayed by the Communications Processor.
• Posts the cuff pressure obtained from the backup transducer and A/D
converter to the MPC860 (through the Communications Processor). The
MPC860 compares these pressures to those obtained from the primary
transducer A/D converter.
• Monitors the amount of time the cuff is inflated.
• Monitors the amount of time the cuff is deflated to insure that the minimum
deflation time has expired.
• Monitors the cuff pressure, with a backup transducer and A/D converter, to
insure that the maximum allowed pressure limit has not been exceeded.
• Disables the pump and valves if any of the above safety limits are violated.
When the valves are disabled, they default to an open condition which allows
the air to be vented from the cuff. The Safety Processor also posts a notification
message to the MPC860 (through the Communication Processor) when it
disables the pump and valves.
• Receives notifications of the start of readings, and whether the start was a
result of a manual or short-term auto initiation.

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Refer to Figure 2-1.

TOUCH STAT KEY

CLOSE VALVE
START PUMP

DOES
NO CUFF
PRESSURE =
170 mmHg?

YES

STOP PUMP

BLEED CUFF BY
7 - 9 mmHg

LARGE
OSCILLOMETRIC YES
PEAKS
DETECTED?

START PUMP
NO

BLEED CUFF BY
7 - 9 mmHg INCREASE
CUFF
PRESSURE
BY 50 mmHg

SAMPLE
AND STORE STOP PUMP
AMPLITUDE OF
OSCILLOMETRIC
PEAKS AND
CUFF
PRESSURE YES IS NO
CUFF
PRESSURE
> 290 mmHg?

IS CUFF
NO PRESSURE
LESS THAN
80 mmHg?

YES

CAN
SYSTOLE & YES
DIASTOLE BE
DETERMINED?

NO

NO IS CUFF
PRESSURE YES OPEN SYSTEM REPORT DATA
LESS THAN (READING COMPLETED) TO MONITOR STOP
20 mmHg?

Figure 2-1 NIBP front-end controllers

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ON = COM PROCESSOR
Controls Pump and the Valves
OFF = SAFETY PROCESSOR
Shuts off the Pump and Valves

Figure 2-2 NIBP front end

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Analog Front End (AFE)


The analog front ends which support ECG, respiration, invasive pressure,
temperature, cardiac output, and SpO2 are located on a single printed circuit board
assembly (PCBA), which is referred to as the Analog Front End (AFE) (refer to
Drawing 1 in the attachments for the block diagram). The ECG/Resp front end is
based on a discrete circuit design.
The BP/Temp/CO/Option U (SpO2) front end includes an application-specific
integrated circuit (ASIC) that is proprietary to Spacelabs Healthcare. Amplifier gain
values, multiplexer address selections, and calibration modes within the ASIC are
configured by programming an internal set of registers, which are accessed through
a serial interface. The ASIC serial interface is connected to the front-end controller
through the same serial peripheral interface bus that the A/D converters use to
output their data streams. Refer to Drawing 7 in the attached schematics for a
diagram of analog front end P/N 670-0842-xx.
Options M and N SpO2 require a revised AFE PCB (Spacelabs Healthcare
P/N 670-1305-xx). This AFE allows the OEM SpO2 PCBA to be mounted as a daughter
board. The OEM SpO2 PCB drives the SpO2 sensor and calculates all SpO2 values,
and then it transmits the values serially to the main CPU PCBA. Refer to Drawing 8
in the attached schematics for a diagram of analog front end P/N 670-1305-xx.

Patient Inputs
(Refer to Drawing 1 in the attachments for the block diagram).
The ECG inputs are routed first to a defibrillator and electrosurgical interference
suppression interface. The defibrillation voltage protection network consists of a
1K,1 watt resistor in series with each leadwire located in the ECG cable yoke and a
neon bulb for each input located on the AFE board, which clamps any input over
voltage to approximately 70 volts. This is followed by a 3-pole passive low-pass filter
with cut-off at approximately 6 kHz, which provides current limiting into the input
buffers and removes high-frequency interference signals.
The respiration excitation is a 65 kHz square wave at approximately 200 µA ±20 µA
peak-to-peak, filtered by a 78 kHz single-pole R/C low-pass filter. The filtered signal
is coupled to the limb leads through a series resistor and capacitor, which limits the
patient-applied current to a nominal 120 µA RMS.
The invasive pressure, temperature, and cardiac output inputs are routed first to an
electro-surgical interference suppression and electrostatic discharge protection
interface. Each interface consists of a 2-pole passive low-pass filter with cut-off
from approximately 400 Hz to 2.5 kHz, which removes high frequency interference
signals.
The SpO2 (Option U) inputs are protected from EMI radiation by a single-pole filter
with a cut-off at approximately 850 kHz.

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Front-End Controllers
The controller for the ECG/Resp front-end is a Motorola 68HSC705C8A micro-
controller with on-board ROM and RAM. The front-end controller includes a serial
peripheral interface (SPI) port, which is used to program and read data from a 14-bit
A/D converter, and an on-board serial UART port, which communicates across the
isolation barrier with the main processor at 250 kbaud. Two optical couplers (one in
each direction) provide a minimum isolation voltage of 4000 VRMS.
The controller for the BP/Temp/CO/SpO2 front-end is a Motorola 68HC705C8A
micro-controller with on-board ROM and RAM. The front-end controller includes a
serial peripheral interface (SPI) port, which is used to program and read status from
the ASIC and data from the three A/D converters, and an on-board serial UART port,
which communicates across the isolation barrier with the main processor at
125 kbaud. Two optical couplers (one in each direction) provide a minimum
isolation voltage of 4000 VRMS.

A/D Converters
A/D conversion of the input signals is performed by one of four low-power A/D
converters:
• ECG and respiration data are routed to a 14-bit A/D converter.
• Invasive pressure, temperature, and cardiac output data are routed to a 16-bit
A/D converter.
• SpO2 data are routed to two 20-bit A/D converters.

Isolated Power Supplies


DC voltages are generated by a DC/DC converter, which operates off the +12 VDC
supply from the monitor. A switching inverter circuit, located on the non-isolated
side of the isolation barrier, switches the +12 volts into a transformer which spans
the isolation barrier. On the isolated side, the square wave AC is rectified and
filtered to provide a nominal ±6 DC and +11 VDC. Separate linear regulators reduce
this to +5 VDC for the logic, ±5 VDC for the analog circuits, and +10 VDC for the ASIC.

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Maintenance

Overview

If this equipment is modified, appropriate inspection and testing must be


conducted to ensure continued safe use of the equipment.

• Observe precautions for handling electrostatic-sensitive devices!


• Never touch electrostatic-sensitive electronic components without
following proper anti-static procedures, including the use of an ESD
wrist band and mat. An electrostatic discharge from your fingers can
permanently damage electronic components.
• All static-sensitive electronic components are packaged in static-
shielding bags. Retain the bag for repackaging the component, should
you need to store it or return it to Spacelabs Healthcare for any reason.
• Cleaning, preventive maintenance, and safety checks should be
performed annually and following any product disassembly/assembly.
Preventive maintenance and safety checks must be performed by
trained personnel only.

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Cleaning/Disinfecting
General

• Use only recommended cleaning solutions, or you may void the


manufacturer’s warranty.
• Harsh chemical agents degrade plastics and will compromise the safety
of the device. Some germicidal and other harsh cleaning compounds
are known to damage some plastics by weakening the structural
integrity and compromising the electrical insulating properties.
• Disconnect the equipment from the patient and the electrical supply
before cleaning.
• Do not allow liquid to enter the interior of the module or monitoring
equipment.
• Do not immerse the equipment or cables in water or cleaning solutions.
• Do not autoclave.
• Accelerated Hydrogen Peroxide (AHP) and quaternary ammonia-based
products ARE NOT RECOMMENDED for cleaning monitors and cables.
These chemicals degrade plastics used in patient monitors and cables,
and can cause serious safety hazards as the electrical insulating
properties and structural integrity of the equipment break down.
• Cavicide, Virex, Virex 256, PDI Sani-Cloth Bleach Plus, Super Sani-Cloth,
and Sani-Cloth AF3 are common quaternary ammonia germicidal
products. The manufacturers of these solutions advertise that these
germicidal products are safe for use on hard, non-porous surfaces, such
as linoleum floors, formica countertops, and stainless steel. The
manufacturers discourage the use of quaternary ammonia germicidal
products on computer-grade plastics and on data, patient, and power
cables, which are classified as porous materials.

• Use caution when cleaning cable connectors so that liquid is not


permitted to collect around the electrical contacts or seep inside the
connector. Trapped liquids and surface residues provide an
unintentional electrical path, which may cause noisy signals and false
alarms.
• Questions and concerns about cleaning issues should be directed to a
Spacelabs Healthcare field service engineer.

Note:
For cleaning instructions for an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) device,
refer to the user manual for that product.
For cables, use only the following recommended cleaning solutions:
• Mild soap and water solution
• U.S. Pharmacopoeia (USP) green soap

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• Sodium hypochlorite solution (1:10 dilution of household chlorine bleach


in water)
• Phenolic germicidal detergent (1% aqueous solution)
• Glutaraldehyde (2.4%) (Cidex)
• Isopropyl alcohol (70% solution)
• PDI Sani-Cloth Bleach (sodium hypochlorite 0.63%)
For modules and monitors, use only the following recommended cleaning solutions:
• Mild soap and water solution
• U.S. Pharmacopoeia (USP) green soap
• Sodium hypochlorite solution (1:10 dilution of household chlorine bleach
in water)
• Phenolic germicidal detergent (1% aqueous solution)
• Glutaraldehyde (2.4%) (Cidex)
• Isopropyl alcohol (70% solution)
• Diversey Oxivir wipes (benzyl alcohol 1 to 5% and hydrogen peroxide
0.5 to 2%)
• Clorox Healthcare wipes (benzyl alcohol 1 to 5% and hydrogen peroxide
0.5 to 2%)

Notes:
• Accelerated Hydrogen Peroxide (AHP) contains hydrogen peroxide and low
concentrations of phosphoric acid. AHP is different from cleaners containing
hydrogen peroxide mixed with alcohols and specifically NOT recommended
for cleaning Spacelabs Healthcare products.
• Over time, repeated use of a chlorine bleach solution may cause some colors
to fade.
• Tape adhesive can be removed with Spacelabs Healthcare adhesive tape
remover pads (P/N 392196-001).

To clean monitors, modules, and cables


1 Prepare the cleaning solution according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
2 Wet a clean cloth with the selected cleaning solution.
3 Remove excess liquid from the cloth and squeeze dry.
4 Wipe exposed surfaces of the equipment and cables.
5 Remove any soap residue by gently wiping with a clean damp cloth.
6 Wipe dry with a clean dry cloth.

Notes:
• After cleaning ECG lead wires, remove the ECG lead wires from the lead
block and thoroughly dry them at the lead block ends and at the lead
connector ends. Thorough drying will prevent residual moisture from
providing a low-current path between leads, which can interfere with lead
off detection and cause false asystoles.
• Follow your hospital protocol for the handling of blood and body fluids.

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Safety
The defibrillation protection scheme of this device relies upon isolated circuitry and
the insulation of patient cables and applied parts.

Note:
Spacelabs Healthcare’s products and parts are designed and manufactured in
accordance with FDA’s Quality System Regulation (QSR) and in compliance with
all applicable regulatory requirements. To ensure proper operation in
accordance with these guidelines, Spacelabs Healthcare products must be
maintained by trained technicians using only authorized replacement parts.
Spacelabs Healthcare replacement parts have been thoroughly tested to ensure
reliable performance.
Inputs in the module are electrically isolated. Leakage current between the module
and ground-related circuits is less than 10 µA and meets UL 60601-1, AAMI ES1, and
IEC 60601-1 standards.
All input circuits are electronically protected from electrosurgical devices. For
maximum patient and operator safety, adhere to the following recommendations:
• Do not use the module if it is wet.
• Do not use the module or any cable if it shows signs of damage.

Maintenance
Use the latch on the lower portion of the module to remove it from the monitor.
Inspect the connector on the rear of the module for bent or damaged connector
pins. If the module has been damaged in any way, a qualified service technician
should check it for acceptable equipment integrity and electrical safety.
Visually inspect all cables for cracks, acute bends, etc. Do not use cables, sensors,
cuffs, or transducers that show damage. Clean cables and accessories according to
the manufacturer’s instructions.

Preventive Maintenance
A qualified service technician should check the module for acceptable performance
at 12-month intervals, or at an interval determined to be appropriate by an
effective risk-based equipment management program.
There are no internal adjustments to perform on this module. If the module has
been damaged, check it for proper operation, and make sure its measurements are
accurate.
Test equipment (required):
• Safety analyzer
• Patient simulator, Fluke 217A (or equivalent)
• SpO2 simulator, Novametrix TB500B (option U only), or Fluke 2XLFE (or
equivalent) or OxSIM OX-1 for options M, N, and U
• Manometer (refer to NIBP on page 3-12)

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Note:
According to the international performance standard ISO 9919:2005, SpO2
simulators and functional testers can only be used to make sure that pulse
oximeter monitors and the electrical integrity of the pulse oximeter probes
function properly. They cannot characterize or validate the complex interaction
between the probe optics and the skin that determine the true accuracy of the
probe, pulse oximeter monitor, and probe/pulse oximeter monitor
combinations.
• Calibration cable (P/N 175-1023-00)
Test equipment (optional):
• NIBP simulator, Fluke Cuff Link (or equivalent)
• Cardiac output simulator, Med Sim 300B with cardiac output option (or
equivalent)

Electrical Safety Testing


Safety testing protects the patient from electrical shock, especially micro-shock. It
has been determined experimentally that current values in the microampere (μA)
range may cause fatal arrhythmias in electrically susceptible patients. A patient is
deemed electrically susceptible when connected to monitoring equipment.

Definitions

Chassis Leakage Current flowing from the enclosure (or from conductive parts accessible to the operator) through the
ground conductor.

Classification IEC/EN/UL 60601-1 Safety standard designation for the class of equipment and type of patient applied
parts that indicate the degree of protection provided against electrical shock.

Leakage Current Current that is not functional. It includes patient leakage, ground leakage, and enclosure (or chassis)
leakage.

Normal Condition Condition in which all means provided for protection are intact. Includes ground connections, insulation,
creepage and clearance distances.

Patient Lead Leakage Current that flows from the applied part of the patient lead to ground.

Single Fault Condition Open ground, open neutral, line voltage on a patient connection, or any single state other than normal
condition that could compromise patient safety.

UUT Unit Under Test

Spacelabs Healthcare does not endorse standards to the exclusion of others. BE


SURE TO CHECK YOUR LOCAL REQUIREMENTS TO ENSURE YOUR EQUIPMENT
SAFETY TESTS COMPLY WITH LOCAL STANDARDS. Generally accepted standards for
medical monitoring equipment, such as the Underwriters Laboratory (UL) and the
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standards, are summarized in Table 3-1.

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Table 3-1 Summary of Standards for Medical Monitoring Equipment


International Mains to US (120 V) Mains to
Mains Resistance
Chassis Leakage Chassis Leakage
100 µA - normal condition, ground attached 300 µA - normal condition, ground attached 500 milliohms*
(AC connector to chassis) (AC connector to chassis)

500 µA - single fault condition, open ground or 300 µA - single fault condition, open ground or 500 milliohms*
reverse polarity reverse polarity

* Measured from the AC Power cord third wire ground to the most distant ground attachment

Equipment Required: Electrical Safety Analyzer, Fluke model 232D or


equivalent
These tests should be done according to the hospital’s scheduling requirements, at
least annually, or after repair or modification.

Before starting safety tests, make sure that no patient is connected to the
device under test. If safety tests must be done on equipment currently
monitoring a patient, obtain permission to disconnect the cables from the
monitor and from the patient.

Note:
All tests must be done according to the safety analyzer’s operations manual,
and any local requirements.

Ground Resistance

To test ground resistance


1 Attach the power cord to the monitor under test, then measure the
resistance from the AC power cord third wire ground to a chassis location,
such as the equipotential post on the rear of the monitor.
2 Make sure that the resistance is less than 500 milliohms (0.5 ohms).

Chassis Leakage Current Tests

To test chassis leakage


1 Plug the leakage analyzers into mains power.
2 Plug the equipment into the analyzer’s AC receptacle.
3 Make sure that the leakage current from the chassis to ground is less than the
values in Table 3-2.

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Table 3-2 Enclosure Leakage Test Conditions and Limits


Neutral Condition Ground Condition Polarity International Limit Domestic Limit
Closed neutral Closed ground Normal polarity 100 µA 300 µA

Open neutral Open ground Normal polarity 500 µA 300 µA

Closed neutral Open ground Normal polarity 500 µA 300 µA

Patient Lead Leakage Current Tests (Patient Modules)


Before you can do the Patient Lead Leakage Current Test, make sure that the
monitor passes the ground resistance and chassis current leakage tests. Spacelabs
Healthcare recommends that the equipment be operating for 30 minutes prior to
the test to allow thermal stabilization. If a 12-lead patient cable is used with the test
module, do the tests using the 12-lead cable.

To test patient leads current leakage


1 Measure the leakage current between each of the patient leadwires and the
ground lug on the monitor back panel. Also, measure the leakage current
between all combinations of ECG leads and ground.
The current must be less than 10 µA with the ground connected, and 50 µA
with the ground open.

To test leakage current to ground with 50/60 Hz


1 Apply AC mains voltage to leads and measure the leakage current between
each of the ECG leadwires and the ground lug on the monitor back panel.
The current must be less than 50 µA at any line voltage.

Hardware and Mechanical Checks


Make sure that:
• the module is clean
• all screws are tight
• the front panel connectors are not damaged
• the rear panel connector pins are not damaged
• the case is not damaged.

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Performance Verification
Before you insert the module into a module housing or monitor, check the model
and option numbers against the list of module configurations. Connect one or more
of the simulators listed under test equipment to the module to complete the
procedures that follow.

Note:
The procedures that follow are for software version 2.04.00 and newer. Refer to
earlier revisions of this manual for modules with earlier software versions.

ECG

To verify ECG performance


1 Display Response —Make sure that the ECG key is shown. Connect the
simulator to the ECG input connector on the module’s front panel.
2 Accuracy — Set the simulator input to normal sinus rhythm (NSR) at 60 beats
per minute (bpm). Wait for rate alarms to be enabled, then turn the alarms
OFF. Make sure that the rate shown is accurate within 2 bpm. Change the
simulator input to 30, 120, and 240 bpm and make sure that the rate shown
is accurate within 2 bpm or 1% (whichever is greater).
3 Rate Alarms — Turn the alarms ON. Change the simulator input to violate the
high and low rate alarm limits. Make sure that the alarms function properly.
4 Arrhythmia Detection — Change the input to PVC 12/min (found under VENT
RHYTHMS 1). When the fifth PVC leaves the display, make sure that
VE/Min = 1. After approximately 60 to 70 seconds, make sure that
VE/Min = 12.
5 Asystole — Change the input to asystole (found under VENT RHYTHMS 2).
Make sure that an alarm sounds and the rate shown is 0 within approximately
5 ±1 seconds.
6 Lead Select — Change the simulator input to 80 bpm. Make sure that all lead
configurations for the ECG cable selected are available.
7 Lead Fault — Disconnect each lead, one at a time. Make sure that the
message CHECK XX (where XX is the selected lead) is temporarily shown in the
ECG waveform zone for each lead removed.
8 Pacer Detection — Enable the pacer detection. Change the simulator input to
ASYNC 75 bpm. Make sure that a pacer flag is superimposed on the ECG
waveform.

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Respiration (Option R)

To verify respiration performance


1 Display Response — Make sure that the RESP key is shown. If not, enable the
respiration function through the ECG menu (refer to the Clinical Parameters
Operations Manual (P/N 070-2113-xx) located on the Bedside, Central, and
Telemetry Systems CD-ROM (P/N 084-1101-xx) for instructions). Connect the
simulator to the ECG input connector on the module’s front panel.
2 Rate Accuracy — Set the simulator input to a respiration rate of 20 breaths
per minute (BPM). Make sure that the rate display is accurate within 1 BPM
or 5%. Change the simulator input to 15, 40, and 60 BPM and make sure that
the rate shown is approximately 1 BPM or 5% (whichever is greater).
3 Rate Alarms — Turn the alarms ON. Change the simulator input to violate the
high and low rate alarm limits. Make sure that the alarms function properly.
4 Apnea — Set the apnea alarm limit to 5 seconds. Change the simulator input
to Apnea. Make sure that within approximately 5 ±1 seconds, an alarm
sounds and the rate shown is 0.

Invasive Pressure (Option B or Option C)


Note:
Your pressure labels may differ, depending upon your Module Configuration
Manager settings.

To verify invasive pressure performance


1 Display Response — Connect the simulator to the P1 pressure input and
make sure that the parameter key is labelled ART.
2 Zero — Set the simulator to atmosphere and make sure that the module
zeros properly.
3 Accuracy — Change the simulator input to pressure values of 0, 100, and
200 mmHg. Make sure that the pressure display is accurate within ±2% or
±2 mmHg, whichever is greater.
4 Alarms — Turn the alarms ON. Change the simulator input to violate alarm
limits and make sure that the alarms function properly. Test systolic, mean,
and diastolic alarms where applicable.
5 Connect the simulator to the P2 pressure input. Make sure that the
parameter key is labelled PA. Repeat steps 2 through 5.
6 Connect the simulator to the P3 pressure input. Make sure that the
parameter key is labelled CVP. Repeat steps 2 through 5.
7 Connect the simulator to the P4 pressure input. Make sure that the pressure
key is labelled PRS. Repeat steps 2 through 5.

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Temperature

To verify temperature performance


1 Display Response — Connect the simulator to the T1 (or T2) temperature
input connector and make sure that the parameter key is labeled T1 (T2).
2 Accuracy — Set the simulator input to 30° C. Make sure that the temperature
shown for T1 (T2) is accurate within ±0.2° C.
3 Alarms — Turn the alarms ON. Change the simulator input to violate the
alarm limits and make sure that the alarms function properly.
4 Repeat steps 1 through 3 for T2.

Cardiac Output

To verify cardiac output performance


1 Display Response — Connect the simulator to the CO input connector. Make
sure that the blood temperature (TB) and injectate temperature (TI) are
shown.
2 Curve Display — Enter the appropriate computational constant for the
simulator and touch ENTER. Set the simulator for AUTO SENSE and initiate a
curve. Make sure that a CO curve is shown. Repeat this step for two more
curves.
3 Average — Touch AVERAGE and then touch YES. Make sure that the three CO
values are averaged.

SpO2

To verify SpO2 performance


1 For option M modules, connect the Masimo SET adapter cable
(P/N 700-0789-xx or P/N 700-0906-xx) and appropriate Masimo sensor to the
SpO2 connector of the module.
• For option N modules, connect the Nellcor OxiMax adapter cable
(P/N 700-0792-xx) and appropriate Nellcor sensor to the SpO2 connector
of the module.
• For option U modules, connect the appropriate SpO2 cable adapter
(P/N 700-0030-xx for TruLink sensors, or P/N 700-0029-xx for Digital
(Novametrix) sensors) and the appropriate sensor to the SpO2 connector
of the module.
2 Connect the SpO2 sensor to the Fluke 2XLFE (or equivalent) simulator.
3 Complete the SpO2 test procedures that follow.

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To set up the Fluke 2XLFE simulator


1 Power ON the simulator. Use the ? keys at the bottom of the display to make
selections or to change the values of the parameters.
2 Press more.
3 Press make.
4 Press + or - to select the correct probe for the test. Select Nellcor, Masimo, or
Novametrix.
5 Press esc.
6 Press more.
7 Press sim.
8 Press man.
9 Press + or - to change the parameters, or to change the bpm values or
saturation levels.
If you are using a simulator other than the Fluke 2XLFE, confirm that the
simulator in use is compatible with Masimo sensors (for option M modules),
Nellcor OxiMax sensors (for option N modules), and TruLink or Dixtal sensors
(for option U modules). Refer to the simulator user’s guide for setup
instructions.

To test SpO2 accuracy


1 Set the simulator to the bpm and saturation settings in Table 3-3.

Table 3-3 Accuracy


Simulator Setting
Monitor Display Saturation (%)
bpm Saturation (%)
100 100 100 ±2

100 74 74 ±3

100 50 50 ±2

75 100 100 ±2

75 74 74 ±3

75 50 50 ±2

50 100 100 ±2

50 74 74 ±3

50 50 50 ±2

2 Confirm that the monitor shows the saturations levels indicated in Table 3-3.

To test SpO2 alarms


1 Enable the ALARMS key on the monitor.
2 Change the alarm values to test that the alarms feature functions properly.

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NIBP

To verify NIBP performance


1 Connect the NIBP adapter hose to an NIBP cuff.
2 Wrap the cuff around a solid object.
3 Touch ECG and make sure that the module is set to ADULT.

Notes:
• Figure 3-1 and Figure 3-2 show menus and keys for the XPREZZON™
monitor. Keys on the Ultraview and Ultraview SL monitors may look
different, but the key stroke sequence is the same.
• Depending on the Module Configuration Manager settings, the patient type
menu can have different selections. If the ADULT key is not present, you will
need to change the AVAILABLE PATIENT TYPE setting. Refer to the Module
Configuration Operations Manual for more information.
• After doing the NIBP procedure, make sure you reconfigure the module to
the default MCM settings.

Figure 3-1 ECG MENU

4 If ADULT is not shown, touch the current patient type key.

Figure 3-2 ECG - PATIENT TYPE options

5 Touch ADULT, and then touch APPLY.

Note:
Depending on the Module Configuration Manager settings, the patient type
menu may have different selections.
6 Touch START. Make sure that:
a The cuff inflates to approximately 165 mmHg (adult).
b The cuff begins to deflate in approximately 8 mmHg steps (adult).
c The cuff deflation continues until the pressure is approximately 15 mmHg
(adult).
d The message Insufficient Data is shown.
e The message Second Reading Required is shown.
f Do Step a through Step c again.

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7 Touch START, then touch the STOP button. Make sure that the pump stops
and that the cuff deflates to less than 15 mmHg within 30 seconds. Unwrap
the cuff and disconnect the manometer.
8 Take a reading.
9 Turn S/D/M alarms to ON.
10 Adjust the alarm limits to make an alarm condition occur on the next
measurement.
11 Take another reading and make sure that the alarms function properly.

To perform an optional accuracy test of NIBP


1 Connect the simulator to the NIBP adapter hose.
2 Set the simulator input to a specific pressure setting.
3 Select automatic readings at 1-minute intervals.
4 Allow the module to acquire several readings.
5 Make sure that the readings are within 5 mmHg or 5% of the simulator
setting, whichever is greater.
6 Change the simulator input to a different pressure setting and repeat as
desired.

Note:
An auscultatory standard is used by Spacelabs Healthcare and certain simulator
manufacturers to validate their products. Other simulator manufacturers (and
manufacturers of NIBP modules) use an invasive arterial standard. The
auscultatory standard for diastole is approximately 7 mmHg more than the
invasive arterial standard. Therefore, the Spacelabs Healthcare NIBP diastole
may be approximately 7 mmHg more than the settings on those simulators.

NIBP Calibration, Leakage, and Accuracy Tests


Spacelabs Healthcare recommends performance checks every two years or after
maintenance and repair.

Required Test Equipment for NIBP Calibration

Table 3-4 Required Test Equipment


Description Part Number
Kit, NIBP Calibration, 90496 and 91496 025-0200-00

• NIBP calibration cable (quantity 1) 175-1023-00

• Tubing, polyurethane (2 ft) 166-0011-00

• Tubing, silicone (2 ft) 162-0019-00

• 100 cc container (quantity 1) 066-0609-00

• Tee, Tubing (quantity 2) 214-0159-00

• Fitting, Female, with barb (quantity 1) 376-0010-00

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Table 3-4 Required Test Equipment


Description Part Number
• Fitting, Male, with barb (quantity 2) 134-0045-00

• Hand Pump (quantity 1) 706-0178-00

• Clamp, Hose (quantity 1) 343-0389-00

• Label, NIBP Calibration, 90496, (quantity 1) 334-4832-00

• Label, NIBP Calibration, 91496, (quantity 100) 334-4834-00

Table 3-5 Digital Manometer Minimum Requirements


Description Minimum Requirement
Measurement range 0 to 350 mmHg

Measurement accuracy 0.05% of Full Scale


(350 mmHg x 0.05% = 0.175 mmHg)

Measurement resolution A minimum of one decimal point resolution on the display

Equipment Setup

To set up the equipment for NIBP calibration, accuracy,


and leakage tests
1 Connect the NIBP calibration cable (P/N 175-1023-xx) to the module SDLC
connector of the monitor and module. Refer to Figure 3-3.

manometer

T3

100 cc T1 tee T2 T4 module


monitor
container tee

clamp within 2 feet of tee NIBP calibration cable


T5

squeeze
bulb

Figure 3-3 NIBP calibration setup

2 Power ON the monitor.

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NIBP Calibration Procedure


Note:
The procedures that follow are for software version 2.04.00 and newer. Refer to
earlier versions of this manual for modules with earlier software versions.

To calibrate NIBP
1 Connect the NIBP test fixture to the adult port on the module’s front panel
(T4).

Note:
The length of the tubing (P/N 166-0011-xx) interconnecting the 100 cc
container, manometer, bulb, and module (shown as T1+T2+T3+T4 in Figure 3-3
on page 3-14) must not exceed 0.61 meters (20 inches). No restrictions apply to
the length of the tubing T5 (P/N 162-0019-xx).
2 Set patient type to ADULT.
a Touch ECG and make sure that the module is set to ADULT.
b To change the patient type, touch the current patient type key.
c Touch ADULT, and then touch APPLY.

Note:
Refer to Figure 3-1 on page 3-12 and Figure 3-2 on page 3-12 for reference.
3 Enter the Calibration menu.
a Touch NIBP.
b Touch AUTO and make sure that AUTO is ON.
c Touch CHANGE CONFIG, touch DIAG MENU, and then touch the CAL key.
4 Complete the procedures that follow.

To zero the transducers


1 Make sure that the VALVE key is set to OPN.
2 Make sure that the CPU key is set to COM.
3 Touch SET ZERO (to zero the primary pressure transducer).
4 Touch the CPU key and make sure that it is set to SAFE.
5 Make sure that the RANGE key is set to HI.
6 Touch SET ZERO (to zero the high range of the safety pressure transducer).
7 Touch the RANGE key and make sure that the CPU key is set to COM.
8 Touch SET ZERO (to zero the low range of the safety pressure transducer).

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To calibrate the primary pressure transducer


Note:
You must complete this procedure within 2½ minutes or the safety processor
will vent the pressure. If this happens, do the calibration procedure again,
starting at Step 3 of To calibrate NIBP on page 3-15.
1 Touch the CPU key. Make sure that the CPU key is set to COM.
2 Touch the VALVE key. Make sure that the VALVE key is set to CLS.
3 Manually pressurize the system to 305 ±2 mmHg, as necessary.
Wait until the pressure reading is less than 2 mmHg (as indicated by the
manometer) before going on.

Note:
The safety overpressure is NOT set in a board that has NOT been previously
calibrated. However, if the board has been previously calibrated, the pressure
cannot exceed 295 mmHg or the safety system may automatically cause a
release of pressure. If this happens:
• Do the calibration procedure again starting at Step 3 of To calibrate NIBP on
page 3-15.
• Then start this procedure (To calibrate the primary pressure transducer)
again.
4 Make sure that the pressure is steady.
5 Touch SET FULL SCALE.

Note:
After you touch the SET FULL SCALE key, the calibration menu keys will be
unavailable and the pressure will drop to approximately 200 mmHg.
6 Use the squeeze bulb to adjust the pressure to 200 ±2 mmHg, as necessary.
7 When the pressure is steady, change the pressure shown on the monitor to
match the indication on the manometer by using the up and down arrow
keys.
8 When the pressure shown on the monitor matches the pressure shown on
the manometer, touch the STORE GAIN key. (Do this step only if the message
FULL SCALE IS SET TOO LOW shows—the pressure was too low when the SET
FULL SCALE key was touched).
a Touch the VALVE key.
b Make sure that the key is set to OPN and allow the pressure to vent.
c Touch AUTO and make sure that AUTO is ON.
d Touch the VALVE key. Make sure that the VALVE key is set to OPN.
e Wait until the pressure reading is less than 2 mmHg (as indicated by the
manometer) before continuing to the next procedure.

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To calibrate the low range of the safety pressure


transducer
1 Touch the CPU key.
2 Make sure that the CPU key is set to SAFE.
3 Make sure that the RANGE key is set to LO.
4 Touch the VALVE key and make sure that it is set to CLS.

Note:
You must complete Step 5 through Step 8 within 2½ minutes or the safety
processor will vent the pressure. If this happens:
• Do the calibration procedure again starting at Step 3 of To calibrate NIBP
on page 3-15.
• Then start this procedure (To calibrate the low range of the safety pressure
transducer) again.
5 Pressurize the system to 15 ±2 mmHg manually.
6 When the pressure is steady, change the pressure shown on the monitor to
match the indication on the manometer by using the up and down arrow
keys.
7 Touch STORE GAIN when the pressure shown on the monitor matches the
pressure shown on the manometer.
8 Touch the VALVE key and make sure that it is set to OPN and that the pressure
is released from the system.
9 Continue only when the pressure indication by the manometer is less than
2 mmHg.

To calibrate the high range for safety pressure transducer


1 Make sure that the CPU key is set to SAFE.
2 Touch the RANGE key and make sure that it is set to HI.
3 Touch the VALVE key and make sure that it is set to CLS.

Note:
You must complete Step 4 through Step 7 of this procedure within 2½ minutes
or the safety processor will vent the pressure. If this happens:
1 Do the calibration procedure again, starting at Step 3 of To calibrate
NIBP on page 3-15.
2 Then start this procedure (To calibrate the high range for safety
pressure transducer) again.
4 Pressurize the system to 200 ±2 mmHg manually.
5 When the pressure is steady, change the pressure shown on the monitor to
match the indication on the manometer by using the up and down arrow
keys.
6 Touch STORE GAIN when the pressure shown on the monitor matches the
pressure shown on the manometer.
7 Note the pressure value (for the safety pressure transducer).
8 Touch the CPU key (if the CPU key is enabled) and make sure that the CPU key
is set to COM.
9 Make a note of the pressure value (for the primary pressure transducer).

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10 Make sure that the pressure values for the primary and safety pressure
transducers differ by 2 mmHg or less.
11 If the difference is greater than 2 mmHg, do the steps that follow:
a Touch the CPU key. Make sure that it is set to SAFE.
b Make sure that the RANGE key is set to HI.
c Touch and hold the down the arrow key for approximately 25 counts.
d Touch STORE GAIN.
e Release the pressure by pressing the VALVE key and selecting OPN.
f Do the calibration procedure again, starting at Step 3 of To calibrate NIBP
on page 3-15. Then complete the procedure To calibrate the primary
pressure transducer on page 3-16. Finally, start this procedure ( To calibrate
the high range for safety pressure transducer on page 3-17) again.
-OR-
• If the difference is 2 mmHg or less, do the steps that follow:
a Touch the CPU key and make sure that it is set to COM.
b Touch the VALVE key and make sure that it is set to OPN and that the
pressure is released from the system.
12 Continue to the remaining procedures only when the pressure reading is less
than 2 mmHg (as indicated by the manometer).

NIBP Leakage Test in Adult Mode

To test leakage in Adult Mode


1 Touch the NIBP key.
2 Touch the AUTO key and make sure that AUTO is ON.
3 Touch the CHANGE CONFIG key, touch the DIAG MENU key, and then touch
the LEAKAGE TEST key.
4 Allow the system to pump between 260 and 280 mmHg, using the bulb valve
to adjust the pressure as necessary.
5 Pinch off the tube to the bulb with a clamp and wait 30 seconds.
6 Make sure that the pressure leakage is less than 1.0 mmHg over 15 seconds.
7 Touch the VENT PRESSURE key and then release the clamp. Make sure that
the pressure is less than 5 mmHg for 2 to 3 seconds before you continue.

NIBP Accuracy Test

To test NIBP accuracy


1 Make sure that the bulb valve is closed.
2 Touch LEAKAGE TEST and allow the system to pump.
3 Release the pressure slowly using the bulb valve to match the values shown
in the column labelled Manometer Display in Table 3-6. Make sure that the
readings shown by the monitor and the manometer differ by less than the
limits in Table 3-6.

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Table 3-6 Leakage Test Limit


Manometer Display (mmHg) Monitor Display (mmHg)
250 ±5 mmHg Within 3 mmHg

150 ±5 mmHg Within 2 mmHg

50 ±5 mmHg Within 2 mmHg

4 Touch VENT PRESSURE.

To test over-pressure in Adult Mode


1 Touch the VENT PRESSURE key. Before you do the next step, make sure that
the pressure is less than 15 mmHg for 2 to 3 seconds.
2 Close the bulb valve and touch the LEAKAGE TEST key.
3 Allow the system to pump up; slowly increase the pressure using the bulb,
until the pressure is released. Make sure that the pressure is released
between 295 and 300 mmHg, inclusive.
4 Disconnect the NIBP test fixture from the adult connector.
5 Touch the NIBP key.
6 Touch the STAT key in the waveform zone.
7 Depress the STOP button on the front panel after the pump starts. Make sure
that the pump stops.

To perform a functional check


1 Disconnect the NIBP test fixture from the adult port.
2 Touch the NIBP and START keys.
3 Make sure that the pump starts.

Note:
If the pump does not start, repeat the calibration procedure by starting at Step
1 of the procedure To calibrate NIBP on page 3-15. Then perform the following
procedures:
• To zero the transducers on page 3-15
• To calibrate the primary pressure transducer on page 3-16
• To calibrate the low range of the safety pressure transducer on page 3-17
• To calibrate the high range for safety pressure transducer on page 3-17.
4 Touch the deflate switch on the module’s front panel after the pump starts.
Make sure that the pump stops.

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NIBP Leakage Test in Neonatal Mode

To test leakage in Neonatal Mode


1 Connect the NIBP test fixture to the neonatal port on the module’s front
panel.
2 Touch ECG and make sure that the module is set to NEONATE.
3 To change the patient type, touch the current patient type key.
4 Touch NEONATE.
5 Touch APPLY.
6 Touch the NIBP and START keys.
7 Make sure that the pump starts.

Note:
If the pump does not start, repeat the calibration procedure by starting at Step
1 of the procedure To calibrate NIBP on page 3-15. Then perform the following
procedures:
• To zero the transducers on page 3-15
• To calibrate the primary pressure transducer on page 3-16
• To calibrate the low range of the safety pressure transducer on page 3-17
• To calibrate the high range for safety pressure transducer on page 3-17.
8 Touch the STOP key.
9 Touch the NIBP key.
10 Touch the AUTO key and make sure that AUTO is ON.
11 Touch the CHANGE CONFIG key.
12 Touch the DIAG MENU key.
13 Then touch the LEAKAGE TEST key.
14 Allow the system to pump to 140 ±10 mmHg, using the bulb valve as
necessary.
15 Pinch off the tube to the bulb with the clamp and wait 15 seconds.
16 Make sure that the pressure leakage is less than 1.0 mmHg over 15 seconds.
17 Touch the VENT PRESSURE key.

To test over-pressure in Neonatal Mode


1 Touch the VENT PRESSURE key. Before continuing, make sure that the
pressure is less than 15 mmHg for 2 to 3 seconds.
2 Close the bulb valve and touch the LEAKAGE TEST key.
Allow the system to pump up; slowly increase the pressure using the bulb, as
necessary, until the module releases the pressure. Make sure that the
pressure is released between 145 and 150 mmHg.
3 Make sure that the bulb valve is closed and then touch the NIBP key.
4 Touch the STAT key in the waveform zone.
5 Depress the STOP button on the front panel after the pump starts.
6 Make sure that the pump stops.

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To perform a functional check


1 Disconnect the NIBP test fixture from the neonatal port.
2 Touch the NIBP and STAT keys.
3 Make sure that the pump starts.

Note:
If the pump does not start, repeat the following procedures:
• To test leakage in Neonatal Mode on page 3-20
• To test over-pressure in Neonatal Mode on page 3-20
• To perform a functional check on page 3-21.
4 Touch the deflate switch on the module’s front panel after the pump starts.
Make sure that the pump stops.

Disassembly/Assembly Procedures
To disassemble/reassemble the module
1 Follow proper anti-static procedures for electrostatic sensitive electronic
components.
2 Remove the screws from the outer covers and remove the covers (refer to
Parts on page 5-1).
3 Separate the circuit board assemblies carefully.
4 Remove any interconnecting cables.
5 Remove any shields.
6 Reassemble the module by performing these steps in reverse order. When re-
installing the side covers, take care not to bend the EMI gasket fingers that
provide connection between side covers and internal shield ground.

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Troubleshooting

Module Information
The Module Info report shows which CPU is installed as well as the module options
and software version.

To show the Module Info report


1 Access the Module Configuration Manager menu. Refer to the Ultraview SL
Module Configuration Manager System Operations Manual
(P/N 070-1245-xx, which is located on CD-ROM P/N 084-1101-xx) for specific
information.
2 Sweep your finger to the right of the Factory Defaults key when the Default
Storage menu is accessed to locate the hidden key.
3 Press the hidden key three times to view the Module Info report.

Figure 4-1 Example of the Module Info report

Problem Solving
Before initiating board-level troubleshooting, first establish if there is a fault with
the module. The troubleshooting flow chart on the next page will help you to
determine whether the module is operating properly.

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Troubleshooting Flow Charts

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ECG/Resp
START
Check the mainframe
power supplies with
module connected.
Plug in the module +/- 12 V ±5%
with the patient 5 V ±5%
Menu appears NO
when ECG key is cable connected
pressed?
Troubleshoot
ECG key Voltage NO Mainframe
YES NO correct?
appears on
display?
YES
Sub-menus NO
may be YES ECG key and NO
accessed? Replace CPU waveform
PCBA. appears?
YES

YES

NO
ECG lead selection
functions?

Re-analyze problem
YES YES Display ECG
waveform?

NO

Problem
LEADS OFF NO resolved from NO Replace
Replace AFE
Message? previous stage? CPU PCBA
PCBA

YES YES

Replace/reconnect
cable and/or leads
Problem
YES resolved from
Correct ECG previous stage?
NO
and RESP waveforms
appear on
screen? NO

YES

NO LEADS OFF Re-analyze problem


Message?
Pacer circuit NO
detects paced
ECG signals?
YES

YES

Lead fault NO Replace Front


circuit functions Panel PCBA

YES

Problem
NO YES resolved from
ECG and RESP NO
alarms OK? previous stage?

YES

End
YES

Replace CPU Re-analyze


Problem problem
PCBA NO
resolved?

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Pressure

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SpO2
Note:
Refer to Nellcor OxiMax SpO2 Messages on page 4-6, Masimo SET SpO2
Messages on page 4-7, or Spacelabs SpO2 Messages on page 4-7.

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Nellcor OxiMax SpO2 Messages


Status messages display in the waveform zone and on the messages prompt line of
the bedside monitor when certain conditions are detected. Each status message is
preceded by SPO2 when displayed on the prompt line. The following messages
relate to the Nellcor OxiMax SpO2 technology (option N).

OXIMETER FAILURE
Error XXX
If there is a communications failure or an unexpected or fatal error in processing,
the OXIMETER FAILURE message displays, with the corresponding error number
(xxx). This message displays while the SpO2 hardware is resetting.
If the module cannot reset the SpO2 hardware, the following message displays:
OXIMETER FAILURE
Error XXX—Contact Service

OXIMETER FAILURE
Error XXX — Contact Service
This is a non-recoverable hardware error. This error occurs as a result of failed or
compromised Nellcor hardware.
The error numbers correspond to the following:

Error Number Error Condition


Below 600 Nellcor-specific error

600 Packet error; invalid packets from NELL-1

700 Message error; illegal or out-of-bounds

800 Time-out error; not responding

To attempt to restore communications with the module


1 Replace the SpO2 sensor and adapter.
2 Pull out the module, and then reinsert it.
If this error recurs, contact a Spacelabs Healthcare field service engineer.

HARDWARE INCOMPATIBILITY
Contact Service
This is a non-recoverable hardware error. This condition is detected at power-ON,
and indicates that the hardware in the module is not compatible with the
configuration setting, or the wrong SpO2 board was installed. Contact your
Spacelabs Healthcare field service engineer.

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Masimo SET SpO2 Messages


Status messages display in the waveform zone and on the messages prompt line of
the bedside monitor when certain conditions are detected. Each status message is
preceded by SPO2 when displayed on the prompt line. The following messages
relate to the Masimo SET SpO2 technology (option M).

FAULTY OXIMETER—
Contact Service
This is a non-recoverable hardware error.
This error occurs as a result of one of more of the following:
• Failed or compromised Masimo SET sensors or adapters
• Failed or compromised Masimo SET hardware or front-end analog board in the
module

To attempt to restore communications with the module


1 Replace the SpO2 sensor and adapter.
2 Pull out the module, and then reinsert it.
If this error recurs, contact a Spacelabs Healthcare field service engineer.

HARDARE INCOMPATIBILITY
Contact Service
This is a non-recoverable hardware error. This condition is detected at power ON
and indicates that the hardware in the module is not compatible with the
configuration setting, or the wrong SpO2 board was installed. Contact your
Spacelabs Healthcare field service engineer.

Spacelabs SpO2 Messages


Status messages display in the waveform zone and on the messages prompt line of
the bedside monitor when certain conditions are detected. Each status message is
preceded by SPO2 when displayed on the prompt line. The following messages
relate to the Spacelabs SpO2 technology (option U).

FAULTY OXIMETER—
Contact Service
This is a non-recoverable hardware error.
This error occurs as a result of one of more of the following:
• Failed or compromised TruLink or Nellcor/Novametrix-compatible sensors or
adapters
• Failed or compromised front-end analog board in the module

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To attempt to restore communications with the module


1 Replace the SpO2 sensor and adapter.
2 Pull out the module, and then reinsert it.
If this error recurs, contact a Spacelabs Healthcare field service engineer.

HARDARE INCOMPATIBILITY
Contact Service
This is a non-recoverable hardware error. This condition is detected at power ON
and indicates that the hardware in the module is not compatible with the
configuration setting, or the wrong SpO2 board was installed. Contact your
Spacelabs Healthcare field service engineer.

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Cardiac Output

Connect cardiac output


cable to
simulator and module

Cardiac output
key appears NO
Replace AFE board
on display?

Re-analyze
problem
YES

Initiate a curve
NO

YES
Problem
resolved?

Curve
NO
appears on
Replace AFE board
display?

Replace CPU PCBA


YES

NO Three
curves
completed? Problems NO
resolved?

YES
YES

END
END

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Temperature

Connect temperature cable to


simulator and module

Re-analyze
problem

Temperature key appears NO


Replace AFE board
on display?

NO

YES
YES
Problems
resolved?

Temperature numerics NO
appear on display?
Replace AFE board

YES
Replace CPU PCBA

NO All temperature
channels tested?

Problems NO
resolved?

YES

YES

END

END

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NIBP

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If a hardware error is detected that causes the NIBP portion of the module to be
inoperable, the message NIBP SYSTEM FAULT Error No xx will be displayed in the
NIBP waveform zone, clearing any displayed trend data. Future readings will not be
allowed until the module is reset by a key in the Change Config menu. If the error
message is repeated, replace the CPU/NIBP PCBA.
The error numbers correspond to the following:

Error Number Error Condition


10 Safety processor failure

20 Communication processor failure

30 Valve failure

NIBP Event Log


The NIBP Event Log is intended to facilitate troubleshooting by providing
information concerning the cause of NIBP measurement failures. The NIBP Event
Log is stored in RAM; all stored events will be cleared if the module is unpowered
for more than 10 minutes. A maximum of 299 events can be stored. The summary
statistics are stored in nonvolatile RAM and are only cleared by the UPDATE STATS
key.
The NIBP Event Log includes data about any measurement attempt, either manually
or automatically initiated, that fails to result in a valid measurement. Logged events
do not necessarily indicate a malfunction. For example, attempts to take an NIBP
measurement with the cuff not attached will be logged due to the measurement
failure.

Accessing the NIBP Event Log


The NIBP Event Log is accessed via a hidden key located in the NIBP Change Config
menu. The hidden key is positioned in line with the NIBP key.

Key Description
PREV PAGE Displays the previous 5 events. If there are no events or the current
page is the first page (events 1-5), touching the key has no effect.

NEXT PAGE Displays the next 5 events. If there are no events or the current page
is the last page of available events, touching the key has no effect.

UPDATE STATS Retrieves any new events and updates the display with the last page
of events.

CLEAR STATS Clears all events and sets the summary statistics counters to 0.

PRINT PAGE Prints the currently displayed events and the event statistics.

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Figure 4-2 NIBP event log

NIBP Hardware Calibration Constants


The hardware calibration constants information is the first line of the first page of
the NIBP Event Log.
CF 225 FS 0xFF9938CA SH 0x009D SL 0x000E

Event Log Entries


Up to five events, in a one-line format, can be displayed per page in the alternate
waveform zone on the monitor. The fields are defined as follows:

6 05\04 12:12 1035 410 170 1 A 35 62400 0

A B C F G H

Table 4-1 Event Codes


Code Description
A Event Number

B Measurement Start Date (mm\dd)

C Measurement Start Time (hh:mm)

F Target Pressure (mmHg)

G Start Type: 1 = Stat, 2 = Long Term Auto, 3 = Short Term Auto

H Mode: A = Adult, N = Neonate

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Summary Statistics
Summary statistics display on the last line of the NIBP Event Log display. The fields
are defined as follows:

G 1200 B 15 AS 17 AB 1 V 19 BV 7 NC 2 DS 104 05\03 10:20

A B C D I J

Table 4-2 Summary Codes


Code Description
A Number of measurement attempts that successfully completed

B Number of measurement attempts that did not successfully complete

C Number of times a measurement attempt was aborted by touching the STOP key

D Number of times a measurement attempt was aborted by pressing the front panel deflate button

I Date of first NIBP measurement attempt since the event log was reset

J Time of first measurement attempt since the event log was reset

Automatic Measurement Mode


If three consecutive measurement attempts (six measurement attempts including
the automatic retry) fail to successfully complete due to either no cuff being
attached or cuff attached but no patient present, the automatic measurement
mode will be disabled and the AUTO ON/OFF key will be set to OFF.
This applies to automatically scheduled measurements only. Initiating a
measurement manually, toggling the AUTO key off and on, or manually aborting a
measurement will reset this counter.

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Parts

Field-Replaceable Parts (for Configurations A through L on


serial numbers below 1496-1xxxxx)
Notes:
• When a Command Module is returned from the equipment service center or
if the CPU PCB was replaced, it will be required to verify that the customer’s
Module Configuration Manager settings are restored to match the original
site configuration.
• The P/N 670-1310-xx front panel PBCA is only compatible with
P/N 670-0842-03 analog front end (AFE) and higher-version PCBAs. Always
replace PCBAs on a “like-for like” basis.
• When the CPU is replaced, the MCM settings will be reset to factory
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Option U Option N Option M


Description (Spacelabs SpO2) (Nellcor OxiMax SpO2) (Masimo SET SpO2)
Part Number Part Number Part Number
PCBA, AFE 670-0842-02 670-1305-xx 670-1305-xx
(not compatible with
670-1310-00)
670-0842-03
(not compatible with
670-0843-01)

PCBA, AFE, SpO2, 91496, ROHS 670-0842-12 670-1305-xx 670-1302-02

PCBA, OEM, Nellcor NELL-1 SpO2 not applicable 010-1635-01 not applicable

PCBA, OEM, Nellcor NELL-1SR SpO2, ROHS not applicable 010-1635-02 not applicable

PCBA, OEM, Masimo MS-11 SpO2 not applicable not applicable 010-1636-xx

PCBA, OEM, Masimo MS-2011 SB SpO2, ROHS not applicable not applicable 010-1636-02

PCBA, Front Panel 670-0843-01 670-1345-xx 670-1346-xx


(for use only with
670-0842-02 AFE board)

670-1310-00
(for use only with
670-0842-03 AFE board)

PCBA, Front Panel, EMC, 91496, ROHS 670-1310-02 670-1345-xx 670-1346-xx

Panel, Front, 91496 333-0431-05 333-0431-06 333-0431-07

PCBA, MPC860 CPU/NIBP, 91496 670-0982-xx 670-0982-xx 670-0982-xx

PCBA, MPC860 CPU, W/O NIBP, 91496 670-1708-xx 670-1708-xx 670-1708-xx

Pump, Pneumatic, 91496 (P/O CPU Assy) 119-0493-xx 119-0493-xx 119-0493-xx

Jack, Phone, Right Angle, PC Mount (J990, J790) 131-0327-xx 131-0327-xx 131-0327-xx

Connector, DA15-M, Right Angle, PCB Mount, 3/8” 131-0904-xx 131-0904-xx 131-0904-xx

NIBP Connector, Neonatal (Coupling, Panel Mount, 376-0010-xx 376-0010-xx 376-0010-xx


W/Barb 1/8”)

NIBP Connector, Adult (Plug, Panel Mount, W/Barb 1/8”) 134-0045-xx 134-0045-xx 134-0045-xx

Tubing Assy. Tygon – all three internal NIBP hoses for 166-0052-xx 166-0052-xx 166-0052-xx
CPU/NIBP board

Valve, Pneumatic Assy, 90496 (P/O CPU/NIBP Assy) 119-0258-xx 119-0258-xx 119-0258-xx

Pump Tie-Down Strap (P/O CPU/NIBP Assy) 346-0015-xx 346-0015-xx 346-0015-xx

Pad, Pump Mounting (P/O CPU/NIBP Assy) 348-0277-xx 348-0277-xx 348-0277-xx

Switch, Push, SPST, Right Angle (P/O 670-0882-00 Assy) 380245-001 380245-001 380245-001

Cap, Switch, Red (NIBP Deflate Switch Cap) 201-0017-xx 201-0017-xx 201-0017-xx

Cable Assy, NIBP Diagnostic — Required to access NIBP 175-1023-xx 175-1023-xx 175-1023-xx
diagnostic menus

Kit, CM Upgrade, 91496 050-0559-xx 050-0559-xx 050-0489-xx

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Description (Spacelabs SpO2) (Nellcor OxiMax SpO2) (Masimo SET SpO2)
Part Number Part Number Part Number
Kit, CM Upgrade, 91496 050-0559-xx 050-0491-xx 050-0491-xx

Kit, Service, Front Panel Assy, 91496-A, Arctic White 050-0563-xx 050-0566-xx 050-0569-xx

Kit, Service, Front Panel Assy, 91496-B, Arctic White 050-0564-xx 050-0567-xx 050-0571-xx

Kit, Service, Front Panel Assy, 91496-C, Arctic White 050-0565-xx 050-0568-xx 050-0572-xx

Kit, Service, Front Panel Assy, 91496-I, Arctic White 050-0603-xx 050-0605-xx 050-0607-xx

Label, Front Panel, 91496-A, Arctic White 334-6851-00 334-6853-00 334-6852-00

Label, Front Panel, 91496-B, Arctic White 334-6851-01 334-6853-01 334-6852-01

Label, Front Panel, 91496-C, Arctic White 334-6851-02 334-6853-02 334-6852-02

Label, Front Panel, 91496-I, Arctic White 334-6851-03 334-6853-03 334-6852-03

Label, Front Panel, 91496-L, Arctic White 334-6854-00 334-6854-01 334-6854-02

Latch Module 306965-001 306965-001 306965-001

Spring, Helical, Compression 306977-001 306977-001 306977-001

Spring Torsion (Mod) 306966-001 306966-001 306966-001

Pin, Dowel, .094 Dia × .70 L 214-0254-xx 214-0254-xx 214-0254-xx

Handle, Module, Pearl White 367-0016-01 367-0016-01 367-0016-01

Panel, Rear, Module, 91496 3069801-004 3069801-004 3069801-004

Cover, Module Side 200-0176-xx 200-0176-xx 200-0176-xx

Label, Rear Panel, Model/Serial Numbers 334-5586-xx 334-5586-xx 334-5586-xx

Label, Rear Panel, SW version 334-5588-xx 334-5706-xx 334-5711-xx

SpO2 Adapter Cable 700-0030-xx 700-0792-xx 700-0789-xx


TruLink Nellcor OxiMax Masimo SET, LNOP

700-0029-xx 700-0906-xx
Novametrix Masimo SET, LNCS

010-1649-xx
Masimo RD SET

010-2146-xx
Masimo LNOP to RD SET

Connector Color Blue Purple Gray

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Field-Replaceable Parts (for Configurations A through L on


serial numbers above 1496-2xxxxx)
Notes:
• When a Command Module is returned from the equipment repair center or
if the CPU PCB was replaced, it will be required to verify that the customer’s
Module Configuration Manager settings are restored to match the original
site configuration.
• The P/N 670-1310-xx front panel PBCA is only compatible with
P/N 670-0842-03 analog front end (AFE) and higher-version PCBAs. Always
replace PCBAs on a “like-for like” basis.
• When the CPU PCB is replaced, the MCM settings will be reset to factory
defaults.

Option U Option N Option M


Description (Spacelabs SpO2) (Nellcor OxiMax SpO2) (Masimo SET SpO2)
Part Number Part Number Part Number
PCBA, AFE 670-0842-02 670-1305-xx 670-1305-xx
(not compatible with
670-1310-00)
670-0842-03
(not compatible with
670-0843-01)

PCBA, AFE, SpO2, 91496, ROHS 670-0842-12 670-1305-xx 670-1302-02

PCBA, OEM, Nellcor NELL-2 SpO2 not applicable 010-2015-02 not applicable

PCBA, OEM, Nellcor NELL-1SR SpO2, ROHS not applicable 010-1635-02 not applicable

PCBA, OEM, Masimo MS-11 SpO2 not applicable not applicable 010-1636-xx

PCBA, OEM, Masimo MS-2011 SB SpO2, ROHS not applicable not applicable 010-1636-02

PCBA, Front Panel 670-0843-01 670-1345-xx 670-1346-xx


(for use only with
670-0842-02 AFE board)

670-1310-00
(for use only with
670-0842-03 AFE board)

PCBA, Front Panel, EMC, 91496, ROHS 670-1310-02 670-1345-xx 670-1346-xx

Panel, Front, 91496 333-0431-05 333-0431-06 333-0431-07

PCBA, MPC860 CPU/NIBP, 91496 670-0982-xx 670-0982-xx 670-0982-xx

PCBA, MPC860 CPU, W/O NIBP, 91496 670-1708-xx 670-1708-xx 670-1708-xx

Pump, Pneumatic, 91496 (P/O CPU Assy) 119-0493-xx 119-0493-xx 119-0493-xx

Jack, Phone, Right Angle, PC Mount 131-0327-xx 131-0327-xx 131-0327-xx


(J990, J790)

Connector, DA15-M, Right Angle, PCB Mount, 3/8” 131-0904-xx 131-0904-xx 131-0904-xx

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Description (Spacelabs SpO2) (Nellcor OxiMax SpO2) (Masimo SET SpO2)
Part Number Part Number Part Number
NIBP Connector, Neonatal (Coupling, Panel Mount, 376-0010-xx 376-0010-xx 376-0010-xx
W/Barb 1/8”)

NIBP Connector, Adult (Plug, Panel Mount, W/Barb 1/8”) 134-0045-xx 134-0045-xx 134-0045-xx

Tubing Assy. Tygon – all three internal NIBP hoses for 166-0052-xx 166-0052-xx 166-0052-xx
CPU/NIBP board

Valve, Pneumatic Assy, 90496 (P/O CPU/NIBP Assy) 119-0258-xx 119-0258-xx 119-0258-xx

Pump Tie-Down Strap (P/O CPU/NIBP Assy) 346-0015-xx 346-0015-xx 346-0015-xx

Pad, Pump Mounting (P/O CPU/NIBP Assy) 348-0277-xx 348-0277-xx 348-0277-xx

Switch, Push, SPST, Right Angle (P/O 670-0882-00 Assy) 380245-001 380245-001 380245-001

Cap, Switch, Red (NIBP Deflate Switch Cap) 201-0017-xx 201-0017-xx 201-0017-xx

Cable Assy, NIBP Diagnostic — Required to access NIBP 175-1023-xx 175-1023-xx 175-1023-xx
diagnostic menus

Kit, CM Upgrade, 91496 050-0559-xx 050-0559-00 050-0489-xx

Kit,CM Upgrade, 91496 050-0559-xx 050-0559-xx 050-0489-xx

Kit, Service, Front Panel Assy, 91496-A, Arctic White 050-0563-xx 050-0566-xx 050-0569-xx

Kit, Service, Front Panel Assy, 91496-B, Arctic White 050-0564-xx 050-0567-xx 050-0571-xx

Kit, Service, Front Panel Assy, 91496-C, Arctic White 050-0565-xx 050-0568-xx 050-0572-xx

Kit, Service, Front Panel Assy, 91496-I, Arctic White 050-0603-xx 050-0605-xx 050-0607-xx

Label, Front Panel, 91496-A, Arctic White 334-6851-00 334-6853-00 334-6852-00

Label, Front Panel, 91496-B, Arctic White 334-6851-01 334-6853-01 334-6852-01

Label, Front Panel, 91496-C, Arctic White 334-6851-02 334-6853-02 334-6852-02

Label, Front Panel, 91496-I, Arctic White 334-6851-03 334-6853-03 334-6852-03

Label, Front Panel, 91496-L, Arctic White 334-6854-00 334-6854-01 334-6854-02

Latch Module 306965-001 306965-001 306965-001

Spring, Helical, Compression 306977-001 306977-001 306977-001

Spring Torsion (Mod) 306966-001 306966-001 306966-001

Pin, Dowel, .094 Dia × .70 L 214-0254-xx 214-0254-xx 214-0254-xx

Handle, Module, Pearl White 367-0016-01 367-0016-01 367-0016-01

Panel, Rear, Module, 91496 3069801-004 3069801-004 3069801-004

Cover, Module Side 200-0176-xx 200-0176-xx 200-0176-xx

Label, Rear Panel, Model/Serial Numbers 334-5586-xx 334-5586-xx 334-5586-xx

Label, Rear Panel, SW version 334-5588-xx 334-5706-xx 334-5711-xx

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Description (Spacelabs SpO2) (Nellcor OxiMax SpO2) (Masimo SET SpO2)
Part Number Part Number Part Number
SpO2 Adapter Cable 700-0030-xx 700-0792-xx 700-0789-xx
TruLink Nellcor OxiMax Masimo SET, LNOP

700-0029-xx 700-0906-xx
Novametrix Masimo SET, LNCS

010-1649-xx
Masimo RD SET

010-2146-xx
Masimo LNOP to RD SET

Connector Color Blue Purple Gray

Assembly Drawings

Title Drawing Number


91496 block diagram 1 (2 sheets)

91496 block diagram (option L) 2 (2 sheets)

91496 (common) 3 (4 sheets)

91496-A front panel assembly (P/N 653-0077-00) 4 (1 sheet)

91496-B front panel assembly (P/N 653-0078-00) 5 (1 sheet)

91496-C front panel assembly (P/N 653-0079-00) 6 (1 sheet)

CPU schematic (P/N 670-0982-xx) 7 (6 sheets)

AFE schematic (P/N 670-0842-xx) 8 (9 sheets)

AFE schematic (P/N 670-1305-xx) 9 (9 sheets)

Front Panel PCBA (P/N 670-1310-xx) 11 (1 sheet)

Front Panel assembly (P/N 670-0843-xx) 12 (2 sheets)

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Appendix A — Symbols

The following list of international and safety symbols describes all symbols used on
Spacelabs Healthcare products. No one product contains every symbol.

Note:
Graphic elements of certain keys and symbols may vary between product lines.

HELP Key

?
HELP (Explain Prior Screen) Key

MONITOR SETUP Key

REMOTE Key

TRENDS Key

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RECORD Key

Dynamic Network Access (DNA) Key

SPECIAL FUNCTIONS Key

NORMAL SCREEN Key

SAVE Key

No Network Connection

Network Connection

Do Not Connect to Network

No Connection to Intesys® Clinical Suite (ICS)

Compression

Magnifying Glass

File Cabinet

List of Rooms

Printer

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Service Message

PREVIOUS MENU Key

HOME Key

Arrows

STANDBY Key
Power ON/OFF Key

ENTER Key

Delete
x

Nurse Alert Interface

ALARM SUSPEND/TONE RESET Key

ALARMS Key

Alarm, General

Alarm Reset

Alarm Audio ON

Alarm Audio OFF

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Alarm Audio Paused

Alarm Indicator.
On the display, the color of the symbol designates the priority of the alarm:
• cyan = low
• yellow = medium
• red = high
On monitor hardware, this symbol indicates Alarm Output.

Alarms Paused

Alarm OFF or equipment has no alarm system

Parameter below measurement range


---
Parameter above measurement range
+++
Parameter measurement indeterminate
???
Indicator — Remote Control

Normal Screen

Clock/Time Setting Key

Slow Run

Activate Recorder for Graphics

Reset

START (NIBP) Key

Power Indicator LED

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Activate Telemetry Recorder

Output (Non-terminated)

Data Input/Output

Input

No Output (Terminated)

Indicator — Local Control

Indicator — Out of Paper

Recorder Paper

Menu Keys

Waveform/Parameter Keys

1
Return to Prior Menu
2
3 1
2
3

Monitor Setup
1
2
Select Program Options
3

Set Initial Conditions Menu


1
2 A
3

Access Special Function Menu


1
2 B
3

Return Unit to Monitor Mode


1
2
3

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Keypad

Serial Port 1
1

Serial Port 2
2

Serial Port

Auto Mode (NIBP)

External Marker Push Button Connection

Arterial Pulse

Gas Exhaust

Video Output

Television; Video Display

Video Output, Primary

1
Video Output, Secondary

2
Enlarge, Zoom

Input/Output

PCMCIA Card

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Touchscreen, External

Universal Serial Bus

SDLC Port
SDLC

Hard Drive

Antenna

Electrocardiograph or Defibrillator Synchronization

Foot Switch

Audio Output, Speaker

Event

Gas Sampling Port

Gas Return Port

Battery
Replace only with the appropriate battery.

Battery Status

Battery
Replace only with the appropriate battery.

Low Battery

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Replace only with the appropriate battery.


(+ / - signs may be reversed)

Check battery switch on bottom of unit.

Battery off. Shipping and service mode.

Battery on. Regular operating mode.

All batteries should be disposed of properly to protect the environment.


Lithium batteries should be fully discharged before disposal. Batteries such as
lead-acid (Pb) and nickel-cadmium (Ni-Cd) must be recycled. Please follow
your internal procedures and or local (provincial) laws regarding disposal or
recycling.

This symbol indicates that the waste of electrical and electronic equipment
must not be disposed as unsorted municipal waste and must be collected
separately. Please contact an authorized representative of the manufacturer
for information concerning the decommissioning of your equipment.

Caution - hazardous voltages. To reduce risk of electric shock, do not remove


the cover or back. Refer servicing to a qualified field service engineer (U.S.A.).
DANGER - High Voltage (International)

Protective Earth Ground

Replace Fuse Only as Marked

Power supply jack polarity.


(+ / - signs may be reversed)

Alternating Current

Both Direct and Alternating Current

Functional Earth Ground

Fuse

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Equipotentiality Terminal

Direct Current

Input Power. Use only Spacelabs Power Supply.

AC/DC Input

Loop Filter

Audio Output, Speaker

IEC 60601-1 Type B equipment. The unit displaying this symbol contains an
adequate degree of protection against electric shock.

IEC 60601-1 Type BF equipment which is defibrillator-proof. The unit


displaying this symbol is an F-type isolated (floating) patient-applied part
which contains an adequate degree of protection against electric shock, and
is defibrillator-proof.

IEC 60601-1 Type BF equipment. The unit displaying this symbol is an F-type
isolated (floating) patient-applied part providing an adequate degree of
protection against electric shock.

IEC 60601-1 Type CF equipment. The unit displaying this symbol is an F-type
isolated (floating) patient-applied part providing a high degree of protection
against electric shock, and is defibrillator-proof.

IEC 60601-1 Type CF equipment. The unit displaying this symbol is an F-type
isolated (floating) patient-applied part providing a high degree of protection
against electric shock.

IEC 60601-1 Class II equipment, double-isolated. The unit displaying this


symbol does not require a grounded outlet.

Warning: Do not modify this equipment without authorization of the


manufacturer.

Operates on Non-Harmonized Radio Frequencies in Europe

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Adult Noninvasive Blood Pressure (NIBP)

Fetal Monitor Connection (Analog)

Fetal Monitor Connection RS-232 (Digital)

Physiological Monitor Connection RS-232 (Digital)

Noninvasive Blood Pressure (NIBP), Neonate

Symbol Set, Adult/Pediatric Cuff Sizes

Symbol Set, Neonatal Cuff Sizes

NIBP Cuff, Neonatal 1

NIBP Cuff, Neonatal 2

NIBP Cuff, Neonatal 3

NIBP Cuff, Neonatal 4

NIBP Cuff, Neonatal 5

NIBP Cuff, Single Hose

NIBP Cuff, Dual Hose

NIBP Cuff, Surface Applied to Patient


THIS SIDE TO PATIENT

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NIBP Cuff, Child Size (12 to 19 cm)


CHILD

NIBP Cuff, Child Size, Long (12 to 19 cm)


CHILD, LONG

NIBP Cuff, Small Adult Size, Long (17 to 25 cm)


SMALL ADULT, LONG

NIBP Cuff, Small Adult Size (17 to 25 cm)


SMALL ADULT

NIBP Cuff, Adult Size, Long (23 to 33 cm)


ADULT, LONG

NIBP Cuff, Large Adult Size, Long (31 to 40 cm)


LARGE ADULT, LONG

NIBP Cuff, Large Adult Size (31 to 40 cm)


LARGE ADULT

NIBP Cuff, Adult Size (23 to 33 cm)


ADULT

NIBP Cuff, Infant Size (8 to 13 cm)


INFANT

NIBP Cuff, Neonatal 1 Size (3 to 6 cm)


NEONATAL 1

NIBP Cuff, Neonatal 2 Size (4 to 8 cm)


NEONATAL 2

NIBP Cuff, Neonatal 3 Size (6 to 11 cm)


NEONATAL 3

NIBP Cuff, Neonatal 4 Size (7 to 13 cm)


NEONATAL 4

NIBP Cuff, Neonatal 5 Size (8 to 15 cm)


NEONATAL 5

NIBP Cuff, Thigh Size (38-50 cm)


THIGH

NIBP Cuff, Nylon Material


NYLON

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NIBP Cuff, Soft Material


SOFT

NIBP Cuff, Vinyl Material


VINYL

Quantity
QTY

Place Artery Symbol and Arrow over Brachial or Femoral Artery


ARTERY

eIFU = electronic Instructions for Use (CD-ROM or website) is available

Consult Instructions For Use

Follow Instructions For Use

Warning—Potential danger to patient or user


(consult accompanying documents)

Caution—Potential damage to equipment


(consult accompanying documents)

Note Note

Keep Dry

Indoor Use Only

Altitude Limit
12,200 m

Temperature Range

Fragile

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Handle with Care

This Way Up

Up Arrow

Down Arrow

Humidity Limit

Humidity limitation

Atmospheric pressure limitation

Open Padlock

Closed Padlock

PVC-Free (Polyvinyl Chloride)

PVC

Do Not Reuse; Single Use Only


2
Reusable

Drip-Proof
IPX1
Unit can withstand accidental immersion in one meter of water for up to
IPX7 30 minutes

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Reference Number or Order Number


REF

Use by date [YYYY-MM-DD]

Recycle

Non Sterile

NON
STERILE

Latex-Free
LATEX

LATEX

Date of Manufacture

Manufacturer

Radio transmitting device; elevated levels of non-ionizing radiation

A CE mark certifies that a product has met EU health, safety, and


environmental requirements, which ensure consumer safety.

XXXX is the European Notified Body number. 0123 is the number for TÜV SÜD
XXXX Product Service GmbH, München, Germany.

Canadian Standards Association Approved

Does not contain hazardous substances — Europe

Does not contain hazardous substances — China

Batch Code
LOT

Nellcor Oxisensor II Compatible


NE
2

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Novametrix Compatible
NV
X

Spacelabs TruLink Compatible

Nellcor OxiMax Compatible

Spacelabs Compatible

UL recognized component in Canada and United States

Nellcor OxiMax Compatible

Masimo SET Compatible

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ABBREVIATIONS USED AS SYMBOLS ARE SHOWN BELOW.

1 - 32 Access Codes 1 Through 32

AIR Air

A Amperes

ANT 1 Diversity Antenna System 1


ANT 2 Diversity Antenna System 2

Arr1 Arrhythmia Net 1


ArrNet2 Arrhythmia Net 2

avDO2 Arterial/Venous Oxygen Difference

CaO2 Arterial Oxygen

CH EEG, EMG, or ECG Channel


ch EEG Channels - CH1, CH2, CH3, CH4
EMG Channel - CH5

cmH2O Centimeters of Water

C.O. Cardiac Output


CO

CvO2 Venous Oxygen

CO2 Carbon Dioxide


CO2

DIA Diastolic
dia

ECG Electrocardiogram
ecg

EEG Electroencephalogram
eeg

EMG Electromyogram
emg

ESIS Electrosurgical Interference Suppression

EXT External

FECG Fetal Electrocardiogram

FHR1 Fetal Heart Rate, Channel 1


FHR2 Fetal Heart Rate, Channel 2

GND Ground
gnd

Hz Hertz

Hgb Hemoglobin

HLO High-Level Output


hlo

Multiview Multi-Lead Electrocardiogram

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N2 O Nitrous Oxide

NIBP Noninvasive Blood Pressure


nibp

O2AV Oxygen Availability

O2 Oxygen

PaO2 Partial Pressure of Arterial Oxygen

PRESS Pressure
press
PRS

PvO2 Partial Pressure of Mixed Venous Oxygen

Ref. Oxygen reference gas port

RESP Respiration
resp

SDLC Synchronous Data Link Control

Serial number
SN
Model number
MDL
Option
OPT
SVO2 Mixed Venous Oxygen Saturation
SvO2
SvO2

SYS Systolic
sys

T1 Temperature 1
T2 Temperature 2
T3 Temperature 3
T4 Temperature 4

TEMP Temperature
temp

UA Uterine Activity or Umbilical Artery

UV Umbilical Venous

VAC Vacuum Connection

VO2 Oxygen Consumption

V Volts

W Watts

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