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Philips BiPAP AVAPS Service & Technical Reference Manual

Devices are intended to provide noninvasive ventilatory (niv) support to treat adult patients weighing over 30 kg (66 lbs) and pediatric patients 7 years or older and weighing over 18 kg (40 lbs).
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BiPAP AVAPS and BiPAP S/T
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  • Page 1 BiPAP AVAPS and BiPAP S/T Service & Technical Reference Manual...
  • Page 2 1118824, V . 00 AGE I © 2014 Koninklijke Philips N.V. All rights reserved...
  • Page 3 1118824, V . 00 AGE II IMITED ARRANTY Respironics, Inc. warrants that the system shall be free from defects of workmanship and materials and will perform in accordance with the product specifications for a period of two (2) years from the date of sale by Respironics, Inc.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    1118824 V . 00 1: I HAPTER NTRODUCTION 1.0 P ..................... 1-1 RODUCT VERVIEW 1.0.1 BiPAP AVAPS & BiPAP S/T ....................1-1 1.1 “2.XX” PAP AVAPS S/T D ..........1-3 ESIGN HANGES 1.2 T ................1-5 HEORY OF PERATION IAGRAMS 1.3 P...
  • Page 5 1118824, V . 00 5: T HAPTER ROUBLESHOOTING AND RROR ODES 5.0 I ........................5-1 NTRODUCTION 5.1 R ’ ................5-1 EADING THE EVICE RROR 5.2 C ’ ................5-2 LEARING THE EVICE RROR 5.3 E .......................5-3 RROR ODES 5.4 B .......................5-11 ENCH HECKOUT 6: NIV D &...
  • Page 6 1118824 V . 00 7.1 B ......................7-1 ENCH HECKOUT 7.2 R ..................7-2 EPLACEMENT NSTRUCTIONS 7.2.1 Replacing the Water Chamber Assembly................7-3 7.2.2 Replacing the Tank Top Seal ....................7-4 7.2.3 Replacing the Dry Box Seal ....................7-5 7.2.4 Replacing the Dry Box Assembly/Humidifier Inlet Seal ............ 7-7 7.2.5 Replacing the Flip Lid Assembly..................
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  • Page 8: Product Overview

    RODUCT VERVIEW The BiPAP AVAPS and BiPAP S/T devices are intended to provide noninvasive ventilatory (NIV) support to treat adult patients weighing over 30 kg (66 lbs) and pediatric patients 7 years or older and weighing over 18 kg (40 lbs) with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) and Respiratory Insufficiency. These devices may be used in the hospital or home.
  • Page 9 . 00 NOTE The BiPAP AVAPS and S/T have experienced significant design changes. Philips Respironics began manufacturing a “2.XX” and “3.XX” version of the devices. These versions are manufactured with hardware components that are not compatible with the previously-designed version. “2.XX/3.XX”...
  • Page 10: 2.xx" Bpap Avaps C

    Also note that the components used in the “2.XX” variation of the BiPAP AVAPS and BiPAP S/T devices are also used in the BiPAP autoSV Advanced. “2.XX” BiPAP AVAPS and S/T Devices Components Original BiPAP AVAPS and S/T Device Components “2.XX”...
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  • Page 12: Theory Of Operation Diagrams

    1118824, V . 00 1.2 T HEORY OF PERATION IAGRAMS 1-1: V IGURE ENTILATOR XTERNAL NTERFACES...
  • Page 13 1118824, V . 00 1-2: S IGURE YSTEM LOCK IAGRAM...
  • Page 14: Product Operating Software Upgrades

    1118824, V . 00 1.3 P RODUCT PERATING OFTWARE PGRADES Most Respironics products can be upgraded with the latest available software via an Internet connection. To connect the device to a PC with an internet connection, refer to the following illustration. Link Module Connect a DB9F-DB9M Cable between here and...
  • Page 15 1118824, V . 00 2. Click on the Service Software and Documentation Software link. http://my.respironics.com Login Here Service Software and Documentation Link 1-4: D IGURE OWNLOADING PERATING OFTWARE...
  • Page 16 1118824, V . 00 3. Select “Product Operating Updates” from the drop-down menu. 1-5: S IGURE ERVICE OFTWARE...
  • Page 17: Service Notice

    1-10 1118824, V . 00 4. Click on the “Download” button adjacent to the software you wish to download. 1-6: D IGURE OWNLOAD OFTWARE 5. The installation wizard will guide you through the upgrade process. Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the upgrade process. NOTE •...
  • Page 18: Service Training

    For more information, contact the Service Marketing department at: E-mail: service.operations@respironics.com Phone: (724) 755-8225 Fax: (724) 755-8230 Or your Philips Respironics regional service location 1.6 P RODUCT UPPORT TATEMENT For product support, please contact Respironics Customer Satisfaction.
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  • Page 20: Chapter 2: Warnings , Cautions , & Notes

    Warnings, cautions, and notes are used throughout this manual to identify possible safety hazards, conditions that may result in equipment or property damage, and important information that must be considered when performing service and testing procedures on the Philips Respironics NIV devices. Please read this section carefully before servicing the device.
  • Page 21 1118824, V . 00 2.0 W ARNINGS WARNINGS • To avoid electrical shock, disconnect the electrical supply before servicing this device. • Do not service this device in the presence of flammable mixtures, gases, anesthetics, or liquids. • Electronic components used in this device are subject to damage from static electricity. Repairs made to this device must be performed only in an antistatic, Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) protected environment.
  • Page 22: Cautions

    1118824, V . 00 2.1 C AUTIONS CAUTIONS • Perform the Performance Verification at regular intervals. Refer to the Testing section of this manual for additional information. • The device may only be operated at temperatures between 5° C (41° F) and 35° C (95° F). •...
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  • Page 24: Chapter 3: Specifications & Classifications

    1118824, V . 00 3: S & C HAPTER PECIFICATIONS LASSIFICATIONS This chapter includes specifications and EMC compliance for the Philips Respironics NIV devices. NOTE 1 hPa = 1 cm H...
  • Page 25: B Ipap Avaps And B Ipap S/t Specifications

    1118824, V . 00 3.0 B PAP AVAPS PAP S/T S PECIFICATIONS...
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  • Page 27: System One Heated Humidifier Specifications

    1118824, V . 00 3.1 S YSTEM EATED UMIDIFIER PECIFICATIONS Environmental Operating Temperature: 5° to 35° C (41° to 95° F) Storage Temperature: -20° to 60° C (-4° F to 140° F) Relative Humidity (operating & storage): 15 to 95% (non-condensing) Atmospheric Pressure: 77 to 101 kPa (0 - 2286 m / 0 - 7500 ft) Physical Dimensions: 18 x 14 x 10 cm (7”...
  • Page 28: Emissions

    1118824, V . 00 3.2 E LECTROMAGNETIC MISSIONS This device is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. Use, service, and testing of the device should be performed in such an environment. & M ’ UIDANCE ANUFACTURER ECLARATION LECTROMAGNETIC MISSIONS LECTROMAGNETIC...
  • Page 29: Electromagnetic Immunity

    1118824, V . 00 3.3 E LECTROMAGNETIC MMUNITY This device is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. Use, service, and testing of the device should be performed in such an environment. & M ’ UIDANCE ANUFACTURER ECLARATION LECTROMAGNETIC MMUNITY IEC 60601 T...
  • Page 30 1118824, V . 00 & M ’ UIDANCE ANUFACTURER ECLARATION LECTROMAGNETIC MMUNITY IEC 60601 EMC E MMUNITY OMPLIANCE NVIRONMENT UIDANCE EVEL Portable mobile communications equipment should be used no closer to any part of device, including cables, than recommended separation distance calculated from the equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter.
  • Page 31: Recommended Separation Distances Between Portable

    1118824, V . 00 3.4 R & M ECOMMENDED EPARATION ISTANCES ETWEEN ORTABLE OBILE OMMUNICATIONS AND TH EVICE This device is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF disturbances are controlled. Electromagnetic interference may be prevented by maintaining a minimum distance between portable and mobile RF communications equipment (transmitters) and this device as recommended in the table below, according to the maximum output power of the communications equipment.
  • Page 32: Supplying Power To The Device

    1118824, V . 00 4: S HAPTER ETUP This chapter provides an overview of the system setup including introductory information on the User and Provider modes and menus. WARNING • Inspect the power cord often for any signs of damage. Replace a damaged power cord immediately.
  • Page 33: Supplying Dc Power To The Device

    1118824, V . 00 4.0.2 S DC P UPPLYING OWER TO THE EVICE CAUTION • When DC power is obtained from a vehicle battery, the device should not be used while the vehicle’s engine is running. Damage to the vehicle or the device may occur. •...
  • Page 34: Starting The Device

    1118824, V . 00 4.1 S TARTING THE EVICE SD Card Cover/Slot Air Outlet Port Power Inlet Filter Area Side Cover LCD Screen Humidifier Icon and Number Settings UI Knob Alarm Silence/Indicator Ramp Button Button 4-1: D IGURE EVICE HARACTERISTICS Display Screen Shows therapy settings, patient data, and error messages.
  • Page 35: Navigating The Device Screens

    1118824, V . 00 1. Plug the device into an AC power source. The RAMP button lights up and the opening screen momentarily appears. 2. The next screen to appear is the Home screen, shown below. Therapy Comfort Info Setup Icon View - Blower Off Text View Icon Mode - Blower On...
  • Page 36: User Mode

    1118824, V . 00 4.3.1 U NOTE Setup From the Home screen, highlight the “Comfort” option and press the UI Knob. The following Setup screen will appear: Back FLEX Bi-Flex Ramp start Rise time Icon View Text View 4-3: C IGURE OMFORT PTIONS...
  • Page 37 1118824, V . 00 From the Home screen, highlight the “Info” option and press the UI Knob. The following Setup screen will appear: Back 890.1 Blower Hours 890.1 Machine Hours 902.0 902.0 Icon View Text View 4-5: U IGURE CREENS Blower Hours Displays the total number of hours that the Blower has been on.
  • Page 38 1118824, V . 00 O NAVIGATE THE ROVIDER ODE SCREENS Turn the UI Knob to toggle between options and settings on the screen. Press the UI Knob to choose an option or setting that is highlighted. Choose “Back” to return to the previous screen. NOTE Provider mode will time out after one minute of inactivity.
  • Page 39 CPAP pressure setting from 4-20 in 1.0 increments. The default setting is 10. AVAPS Enable or disable AVAPS when in S, S/T, T, or PC mode by selecting “yes” or “no”. The default setting is “no”. This setting is available only on the BiPAP AVAPS device.
  • Page 40 (off) or 1 (on). If enabled, the alarm will sound when the measured patient pressure has reached the IPAP max setting and the estimated exhaled tidal volume is less than or equal to 90% of the target tidal volume. The default is 0 (off). BiPAP AVAPS device only. Backlight Enable or disable the button backlights with this setting.
  • Page 41: Measured Parameters

    4-10 1118824, V . 00 Setup Select which measured parameters will display on the Monitor Pressure screen. Choose Parameter from Leak, RR (Respiratory Rate), Min vent, or Vte. Display Humidifier If the humidifier is attached to the device, you can select from 0 (off) to 5 in increments of 1 to enable or disable the humidifier setting.
  • Page 42: Chapter 5: Troubleshooting And Error Codes

    1118824, V . 00 5: T HAPTER ROUBLESHOOTING AND RROR ODES 5.0 I NTRODUCTION This section provides instructions for viewing and clearing the devices’ error log, a description of the error codes and bench checkout procedure. 5.1 R ’ EADING THE EVICE RROR Error codes can be viewed on a PC using Service Center Tools or on the device’s display.
  • Page 43: Dthevicthe The L

    1118824, V . 00 4. Select Read Error Log from the drop-down menu. 5-2: S IGURE ERVICE ENTER OOLS 5. The device’s stored error codes will be displayed on the PC monitor. 5.2 C ’ LEARING THE EVICE RROR To clear the device’s error log, perform the following: 1.
  • Page 44: Error Codes

    1118824, V . 00 5-3: S IGURE TART 5. Verify that a “Error Log Cleared” confirmation window appears. 5.3 E RROR ODES The four Error Types are described as follows: RROR ESCRIPTION Vent Inop The error information is recorded in NVRAM and the unit is placed into Safe State. The only functionality available to the user is serial communication, turning off the audible alarm via a key press and removing power.
  • Page 45 1118824, V . 00 The following tables list the error codes for the Philips Respironics NIV devices. ESCRIPTION CTION No Error - you should only see this code in the None error log when the log entry is empty - never in the middle of an otherwise full log.
  • Page 46 1118824, V . 00 ESCRIPTION CTION E-22 Humidifier plate is not making heat Log Only In the following order: • Replace Heater Plate • Orientation/Replace Base Humidifier Cable • Replace Therapy • E-23 Humidifier plate temperature is at maximum Log Only Replace Heater Plate (183 degrees F) •...
  • Page 47 1118824, V . 00 ESCRIPTION CTION E-36 Blower thermistor is open circuit. Could be a Log Only In the following order: broken wire or bad or missing connector. • Reseat Blower Con- nectors • Replace Blower Assy • Replace Therapy PCA E-37 Blower thermistor is shorted.
  • Page 48 1118824, V . 00 ESCRIPTION CTION E-48 The blower S/W 16 kHz periodic loop has ex- Reboot Replace Therapy PCA ceeded 62.4 µs. E-49 Indicates that the sensor PCA battery may be Log Only Replace Therapy PCA dead. Could also indicate that the RTC has never been set.
  • Page 49 1118824, V . 00 ESCRIPTION CTION E-72 Program Error - Data written to an illegal ad- Reboot Replace Therapy PCA dress. E-73 Program Error - Jump to an illegal address. Reboot Replace Therapy PCA E-74 Program Error - Illegal instruction detected. Reboot Replace Therapy PCA •...
  • Page 50 1118824, V . 00 ESCRIPTION CTION E-99 Input voltage is low. Medium Alarm None E-100 Processor is unable to communicate with Baro- Log Only Replace Therapy PCA metric Sensor. E-101 Indicates that the prescription on the SD card Info Alarm None has been accepted.
  • Page 51 5-10 1118824, V . 00 ESCRIPTION CTION E-129 Program execution error Reboot Replace Therapy PCA E-130 Indicates that the SD card has become corrupt- Low Alarm None E-131 Indicates that the SD card has become corrupt- Low Alarm None E-132 Indicates that a SD card error occurred Low Alarm None...
  • Page 52: Bench Checkout

    1118824, V . 00 5-11 ESCRIPTION CTION E-157 Invalid access to the EEPROM Log Only None E-158 Unable to enqueue messages to the Log Man- Log Only None ager E-159 Indicates that device could not copy logs to SD Low Alarm None card due to an error E-160...
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  • Page 54: Chapter 6: Niv Device Repair & Replace

    This Chapter illustrates the names and locations of the replaceable components in the Philips Respironics BiPAP AVAPS and BiPAP S/T devices. If repair or replacement procedures are performed, the device must be run-in for a minimum of eighteen (18) minutes, and tested to verify its proper operation. Refer to Chapter 8 for Testing Procedures.
  • Page 55 . 00 NOTE The BiPAP AVAPS and S/T have experienced significant design changes. Philips Respironics began manufacturing a “2.XX” and “3.XX” version of the devices. These versions are manufactured with hardware components that are not compatible with the previously-designed version. “2.XX/3.XX”...
  • Page 56: Replacement Part (rp) Kits For Pr System One Niv Devices

    1118824, V . 00 6.0 R (RP) K PR S NIV D EPLACEMENT ITS FOR YSTEM EVICES BiPAP AVAPS BiPAP S/T 1/4” Test Adapter (for run-in) 332353 332353 Air Inlet Seal 1064732 1064732 Alarm Assembly 1071730 1071730 Alarm Holder 1071728...
  • Page 57 1080757 2.XX PR REMstar/BiPAP Blower Kit 1080758 1080758 2.XX PR REMstar/BiPAP Blower Cap 1080759 1080759 2.XX PR REMstar/BiPAP Sound 1080760 1080760 Abatement Foam 2.XX BiPAP AVAPS C Series Top 1082723 Enclosure 2.XX BiPAP S/T C Series Top Enclosure 1082722 2.XX...
  • Page 58: Instructions

    1118824, V . 00 6.1 R EPLACEMENT NSTRUCTIONS 6.1.1 R SD C EPLACING THE OVER Included in Kit Tools Required • Small flat blade screwdriver SD Card Slot Cover SD Card Slot Power Inlet Air Outlet Port Filter Area 6-1: SD C IGURE OVER OCATION...
  • Page 59: Replacing The User Interface (ui) Knob

    1118824, V . 00 6.1.2 R (UI) K EPLACING THE NTERFACE Included in Kit Tools Required • Small flat blade screwdriver UI Knob UI Knob Keypad 6-3: UI K IGURE OCATION To remove the UI Knob: • Pull the UI Knob straight up from the UI stem. A small flat blade screwdriver may be used to care- fully pry the UI Knob from the device.
  • Page 60: Replacing The Right Side Cover

    1118824, V . 00 6.1.3 R EPLACING THE IGHT OVER Included in Kit Tools Required Right Side Cover None NOTE The Right Side Cover is used when there is no Humidifier present. 6-5: R IGURE IGHT OVER O REMOVE THE IGHT OVER 1.
  • Page 61: Replacing The Top Cover

    1118824, V . 00 6.1.4 R EPLACING THE OVER Included in Kit Tools Required Top Cover T15 Torx screwdriver 6-7: T PAP AVAPS S IGURE OVER HOWN O REMOVE THE OVER 1. Remove the UI Knob. Refer to Replacing the User Interface (UI) Knob. 2.
  • Page 62: Replacing The Ui Panel

    1118824, V . 00 Torque screws to 10 in-lbs during installation. 6-8: S IGURE CREW OCATION NOTE The SD Card Slot Cover is loosely installed in the Top Cover. Use care when removing the Top Cover so as not to lose the SD Card Slot Cover. To install the Top Cover: 1.
  • Page 63: Replacing The Keypad

    6-10 1118824, V . 00 6.1.6 R EPLACING THE EYPAD Included in Kit Tools Required Keypad T15 Torx screwdriver UI Knob Keypad 6-9: K IGURE EYPAD To remove the Keypad: 1. Remove the UI Knob. Refer to Replacing the User Interface (UI) Knob. 2.
  • Page 64: Replacing The End Panel

    1118824, V . 00 6-11 6.1.7 R EPLACING THE ANEL Included in Kit Tools Required End Panel T15 Torx screwdriver 6-10: O IGURE UTSIDE OVER To remove the Outside Cover: 1. Remove the UI Knob. Refer to 6.1.2. 2. Remove the Top Cover. Refer to Replacing the Top Cover. 3.
  • Page 65: Replacing The Main Pca

    6-12 1118824, V . 00 6.1.8 R EPLACING THE Included in Kit Tools Required Main PCA T15 Torx screwdriver 6-11: M IGURE To remove the Main PCA: 1. Remove the UI Knob. Refer to Replacing the User Interface (UI) Knob. 2.
  • Page 66 1118824, V . 00 6-13 To Install the Main PCA: 1. Place the PCA in the Bottom Enclosure. Be sure that the Flow and Pressure (if applicable) Sen- sors properly align with the Flow Manifold. CAUTION The PCA’s Flow and Pressure Sensors must be in proper alignment with the Flow Manifold.
  • Page 67: Replacing The Blower Cap

    6-14 1118824, V . 00 6.1.9 R EPLACING THE LOWER Included in Kit Tools Required • • Blower Cap T8 Torx screwdriver • • #4 x 1/2” screw (x7) T15 Torx screwdriver Torque screws to 7 in-lbs during installation. 6-13: B IGURE LOWER To remove the Blower Cap:...
  • Page 68 1118824, V . 00 6-15 4. Using a T8 Torx screwdriver, remove the seven #4 x 1/2” screws that secure the Blower Cap to the Bottom Enclosure. The screws are indicated by the white arrows in Figure 6-13. 5. Push the grommet and the Blower wiring harness through its mounting hole in the Blower Cap. 6.
  • Page 69 6-16 1118824, V . 00 6.1.10 R EPLACING THE LOWER SSEMBLY AND OR THE LOWER UTLET ELLOWS Included in Kit Tools Required • • Blower Assembly T8 Torx screwdriver • • Blower Outlet Bellows T15 Torx screwdriver Blower and Blower Outlet Bellows Removed from Device 6-14: B...
  • Page 70 1118824, V . 00 6-17 2. Align the stands located on the bottom of the Blower Assembly with the holes in the Blower Hous- ing. 6-15: B IGURE LOWER NSTALLATION 3. Gently push the Blower Assembly into the Blower Housing. 4.
  • Page 71: Replacing The Flow Manifold

    6-18 1118824, V . 00 6.1.11 R EPLACING THE ANIFOLD Included in Kit Tools Required • • Flow Manifold T15 Torx screwdriver Flow Manifold 6-16: F IGURE ANIFOLD NOTE The other type is for devices that have a Pressure Sensor. To remove the Flow Manifold: 1.
  • Page 72 1118824, V . 00 6-19 6.1.12 R EPLACING THE IGHT ANEL SSEMBLY Included in Kit Tools Required • • Right Side Assembly T8 Torx screwdriver • T15 Torx screwdriver 6-17: R IGURE IGHT ANEL SSEMBLY To remove the Right Panel Assembly: 1.
  • Page 73: Replacing The Humidifier Cable

    6-20 1118824, V . 00 6.1.13 R EPLACING THE UMIDIFIER ABLE Included in Kit Tools Required • • Humidifier Cable T8 Torx screwdriver • T15 Torx screwdriver Verify that key is facing upwards during installation. 6-18: H IGURE UMIDIFIER ABLE To remove the Humidifier Cable: 1.
  • Page 74: Replacing The Blower Housing

    1118824, V . 00 6-21 6.1.14 R EPLACING THE LOWER OUSING Included in Kit Tools Required • Blower Housing T8 Torx screwdriver • T15 Torx screwdriver 6-19: B IGURE LOWER OUSING To remove the Blower Housing: 1. Remove the UI Knob. Refer to Replacing the User Interface (UI) Knob. 2.
  • Page 75 6-22 1118824, V . 00 6.1.15 R EPLACING THE LARM SSEMBLY AND LARM OLDER Included in Kit Tools Required • • Alarm Assembly T8 Torx screwdriver • T15 Torx screwdriver Included in Kit Tools Required • • Alarm Holder T8 Torx screwdriver •...
  • Page 76 1118824, V . 00 6-23 4. Assemble the remainder of the device as instructed in previous sections.
  • Page 77: Replacing The Sound Abatement Foam

    6-24 1118824, V . 00 6.1.16 R EPLACING THE OUND BATEMENT Included in Kit Tools Required • • Sound Abatement Foam T8 Torx screwdriver • T15 Torx screwdriver 6-21: S IGURE OUND BATEMENT O REMOVE THE OUND BATEMENT 1. Remove the UI Knob. Refer to Replacing the User Interface (UI) Knob. 2.
  • Page 78: Replacing The Air Inlet Seal

    1118824, V . 00 6-25 6.1.17 R EPLACING THE NLET Included in Kit Tools Required • Air Inlet Seal T8 Torx screwdriver • T15 Torx screwdriver 6-22: A IGURE NLET O REMOVE THE NLET 1. Remove the UI Knob. Refer to Replacing the User Interface (UI) Knob. 2.
  • Page 79: Replacing The Bottom Enclosure

    6-26 1118824, V . 00 6.1.18 R EPLACING THE OTTOM NCLOSURE Included in Kit Tools Required • • Bottom Enclosure T8 Torx screwdriver • T15 Torx screwdriver 6-23: B IGURE OTTOM NCLOSURE O REPLACE THE OTTOM NCLOSURE 1. Remove the UI Knob. Refer to Replacing the User Interface (UI) Knob. 2.
  • Page 80: Leaning The Evice

    1118824, V . 00 6-27 6.2 C LEANING THE EVICE WARNING To avoid electrical shock, always unplug the power cord from the wall outlet before cleaning the device. CAUTION Do not immerse the device in liquid or allow any liquid to enter the enclosure, inlet filter, or any opening.
  • Page 81: Cleaning The Patient Tubing

    6-28 1118824, V . 00 6.4 C LEANING THE ATIENT UBING Disconnect the flexible tubing from the device. Gently wash the tubing in a solution of warm water and a mild detergent. Rinse thoroughly and allow the tubing to air dry. The patient tubing should be cleaned daily. 6.5 C LEANING THE UMIDIFIER...
  • Page 82: System Run - In

    1118824, V . 00 6-29 6.6 S YSTEM 1. Connect the 0.25” Test Orifice to the Outlet Coupler of the device. 2. Enter the Provider Setup Mode and set the device’s output pressure to its maximum setting. 3. Turn on the device’s Blower and allow it to run-in for a minimum of eighteen (18) minutes.
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  • Page 84: 7: Humidifier Epair And Replacement

    1118824, V . 00 7: H HAPTER UMIDIFIER EPAIR AND EPLACEMENT This section illustrates the names and locations of the replaceable components in the System One Humidifier. WARNING To prevent electrical shock, disconnect the Humidifier from the NIV device before attempting to make any repairs. CAUTION Components used in this device are subject to damage from static electricity.
  • Page 85: Replacement Instructions

    1118824, V . 00 7.2 R EPLACEMENT NSTRUCTIONS Refer to the flow chart provided below to help you to determine which components must be removed when performing repairs.
  • Page 86 1118824, V . 00 7.2.1 R EPLACING THE ATER HAMBER SSEMBLY Included in Kit Tools Required • None Tank Assembly 7-1: W IGURE ATER HAMBER SSEMBLY To remove the Water Chamber Assembly: 1. Gently squeeze the latch on the Flip Lid Assembly to release it and lift the Flip Lid Assembly. 2.
  • Page 87: Replacing The Water Chamber Assembly

    1118824, V . 00 7.2.2 R EPLACING THE Included in Kit Tools Required • None Tank Top Seal 7-2: T IGURE O REMOVE THE 1. Remove the Humidifier Tank Assembly. Refer to Replacing the Water Chamber Assembly. 2. Remove the Tank Top Seal from the Flip Lid Assembly. NSTALL THE 1.
  • Page 88: Replacing The Dry Box Seal

    1118824, V . 00 7.2.3 R EPLACING THE Included in Kit Tools Required • None Dry Box Seal • Inlet Seal 7-3: D IGURE O REMOVE THE 1. Remove the Humidifier Tank Assembly. Refer to Replacing the Water Chamber Assembly. 2.
  • Page 89 1118824, V . 00 It is not necessary to remove the Flip Lid Assembly. 7-4: D IGURE EMOVAL NSTALL THE 1. Insert the narrow side of the Dry Box Seal into the Dry Box Assembly. 2. Verify that the Dry Box Seal is fully Seated in the Dry Box Assembly. Narrow Side of the Seal 7-5: D IGURE...
  • Page 90: Replacing The Dry Box Assembly/humidifier Inlet Seal

    1118824, V . 00 7.2.4 R EPLACING THE SSEMBLY UMIDIFIER NLET Included in Kit Tools Required • Flathead Screwdriver Dry Box Assembly • Inlet Seal • Dry Box Seal Inlet Seal Dry Box Assembly 7-6: B IGURE LOWER O REMOVE THE SSEMBLY UMIDIFIER NLET...
  • Page 91 1118824, V . 00 4. Remove the Inlet Seal from the Dry Box Assembly. Do not press firmly on the screwdriver handle. Very light pressure is needed to release the Dry Box Assembly. 7-7: D IGURE EMOVAL NSTALL THE SSEMBLY UMIDIFIER NLET 1.
  • Page 92: Replacing The Flip Lid Assembly

    1118824, V . 00 7.2.5 R EPLACING THE SSEMBLY Included in Kit Tools Required • None Flip Lid Assembly • Tank Top Seal 7-8: F IGURE SSEMBLY O REMOVE THE SSEMBLY 1. Remove the Humidifier Tank Assembly. Refer to Replacing the Water Chamber Assembly. 2.
  • Page 93 7-10 1118824, V . 00 Continue to bend the Flip Lid Assembly completely backwards until it is completely removed. For Heated Tube devices, remove the wire harness from the base.
  • Page 94: Replacing The Humidifier Top Housing

    1118824, V . 00 7-11 7.2.6 R EPLACING THE UMIDIFIER OUSING Included in Kit Tools Required • T8 Torx Screwdriver Top Housing • #4 X 1/2” screw (x4) 7-10: H IGURE UMIDIFIER OUSING O REMOVE THE UMIDIFIER OUSING 1. Remove the Humidifier Tank Assembly. Refer to Replacing the Water Chamber Assembly. 2.
  • Page 95 7-12 1118824, V . 00 7.2.7 R EPLACING THE UMIDIFIER UTSIDE OVER Included in Kit Tools Required • T8 Torx Screwdriver Outside Cover 7-11: O IGURE UTSIDE OVER O REMOVE THE UMIDIFIER OUSING 1. Remove the Humidifier Tank Assembly. Refer to Replacing the Water Chamber Assembly. 2.
  • Page 96: Replacing The Humidifier Outside Cover

    1118824, V . 00 7-13 7.2.8 R EPLACING THE UMIDIFIER OTTOM OUSING Included in Kit Tools Required • • Bottom Housing (with Left Side Panel) T8 Torx Screwdriver • • #6 X 1/4” screw (x4) T15 Torx Screwdriver Torque screws to 5 in.-lbs.
  • Page 97 7-14 1118824, V . 00 1. Place the Bottom Housing onto the Lower Base Assembly. CAUTION Route the Heater Plate wiring harness so as not to cause damage during installation of the Humidifier Bottom Housing. 2. Verify that the Heater Plate Wiring Harness is properly routed in the Lower Base Assembly and not at risk of being pinched or damaged.
  • Page 98: Replacing The Humidifier Bottom Housing

    1118824, V . 00 7-15 7.2.9 R EPLACING THE EATER LATE SSEMBLY Included in Kit Tools Required • • Bottom Housing (with Left Side Panel) T8 Torx Screwdriver • • #6 X 1/4” screw (x4) T15 Torx Screwdriver 7-13: H IGURE EATER LATE...
  • Page 99 7-16 1118824, V . 00 1. Place the Heater Plate Assembly into the Humidifier Lower Base as shown in Figure 7-14. Be sure that the Heater Plate Spring is properly seated under the Heater Plate. The Heater Plate Assembly is secured by two small tabs.
  • Page 100 1118824, V . 00 7-17 7-15 H IGURE EATER LATE EATED...
  • Page 101: Replacing The Slider Docking Latch

    7-18 1118824, V . 00 7.2.10 R EPLACING THE LIDER OCKING ATCH Included in Kit Tools Required • • Bottom Housing (with Left Side Panel) T8 Torx Screwdriver • • #6 X 1/4” screw (x4) T15 Torx Screwdriver 7-16: H IGURE EATER LATE...
  • Page 102 1118824, V . 00 7-19 1. Place the Heater Plate Assembly into the Humidifier Lower Base as shown in Figure 7-14. Be sure that the Heater Plate Spring is properly seated under the Heater Plate. The Heater Plate Assembly is secured by two small tabs.
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  • Page 104: Section Overview

    1118824, V . 00 8: T HAPTER ESTING 8.0 S ECTION VERVIEW This section provides run-in, performance verification, and manual software testing procedures for the NIV devices. Calibration is necessary when a repair has been made to the device. However, these procedures may be used in conjunction with the performance verification to determine that the device is functioning properly.
  • Page 105 1118824, V . 00 3. Connect the device to the proper line voltage (depending on the model of the device; Domestic U.S. or International) and record the line voltage used for testing. 4. Record the blower hours of the device on the test data sheet. 5.
  • Page 106 1118824, V . 00 18. Set the device to the S/T mode and set the IPAP pressure to ten (10) cm H O, the EPAP pressure to five (5) cm H O, BPM to 10, and T to 2.0. 19. Verify that the device switches between IPAP and EPAP mode on the display screen and record the results on the test data sheet.
  • Page 107: Manual Software Testing

    1118824, V . 00 d. Verify that the Minute Ventilation alarm occurs. e. Press the UI Knob to clear the alarm. Set the Minute Ventilation Alarm setting to Off. • Loss of Input Power Alarm Test a. While the device is still operating, disconnect the power cord from the device. b.
  • Page 108 1118824, V . 00 NOTE • This procedures requires the use of the Respironics Service Center Tools Suite, and Service Center Manual Test software. The software can be obtained from http://my.respironics.com. • You must be a registered user to download Respironics Service Software. If you are not a registered user, go to http://my.respironics.com and complete the on-line registration process.
  • Page 109 1118824, V . 00 3. Click on “Utility Tools”. Click Here 8-3: S IGURE ERVICE OFTWARE 4. Click on the “Download” button adjacent to the software you wish to download. 8-4: D IGURE OWNLOAD OFTWARE...
  • Page 110 1118824, V . 00 5. The installation wizard will guide you through the upgrade process. Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the upgrade process. NOTE • Respironics recommends that you use the Service Center Tools Suite software to Clear the device’s error log. •...
  • Page 111 1118824, V . 00 TIME LOCK ALIBRATION The devices record and track, in real-time, several different parameters (e.g. patient pressures, apnea events, when and how the device is used, error codes, etc.) You must calibrate the device’s Real-time Clock (RTC) prior to performing any testing, otherwise the device will fail.
  • Page 112 1118824, V . 00 4. When you open the Service Center Tools Suite software, select “Real Time Clock Calibration” from the drop-down menu, then click on the “Execute Tool” button. 8-8: E “R ” T IGURE XECUTE LOCK ALIBRATION 5. Once the Real-Time Clock Calibration tool has been launched, click on “Set RT Clock” button to calibrate the Real-time Clock.
  • Page 113 8-10 1118824, V . 00 ERFORMING ESTING SING THE ERVICE ENTER ANUAL OFTWARE NOTE You must clear the device’s error log before and after testing is performed. The Final Manual Test must be performed after repairs have been made to the device, the RTC has been calibrated, and the device has been run in for two hours.
  • Page 114 1118824, V . 00 8-11 8-11: S IGURE TART 4. Follow the on-screen prompts to continue with the test. When prompted, connect the Flow Control Valve and Flow Meter to the device, as shown in Figure 8-12. To PC Valve Flow Meter 8-12: F IGURE...
  • Page 115 8-12 1118824, V . 00 5. Continue following the on-screen prompts. Click Here 8-13: I IGURE NCREASE ECREASE 6. When prompted, connect any CPAP device capable of delivering 20 cm H O to the Flow Meter using 18” patient tubing. The program will now calibrate negative flow. 8-14: A IGURE PPLY...
  • Page 116: Heater

    1118824, V . 00 8-13 To PC 8-15: S IGURE YSTEM ALIBRATION WITH EGATIVE OURCE IMPORTANT NOTE During the negative flow portion of testing, the flow meter may display a positive value. However, you must enter a negative sign (-) when prompted by the software. Once testing is complete, a test data sheet will appear.
  • Page 117: Reading /verifying The Device

    8-14 1118824, V . 00 3. Turn the Blower “On”. 4. Turn the UI Knob to any setting other than “0” and verify the following: • The Humidifier Icon is displayed, and • The Heater Plate gets warm. 5. Record the result on the test data sheet on page 15. 8.5 R ’...
  • Page 118 1118824, V . 00 8-15 YSTEM ERIFICATION HEET Notification # (if applicable): Model #/Serial #: Model Name: Line Voltage: Blower Hours Pressure Verification Result (Circle one) @ 4 cmH + 1 cmH PASS / FAIL @ 20 cmH + 2 cmH PASS / FAIL System Verification Type...
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  • Page 120: Chapter 9: Schematics

    1118824, V . 00 9: S HAPTER CHEMATICS 9.0 P ROPRIETARY TATEMENT Schematics are supplied in direct support of the sale and purchase of this product. The Schematics are proprietary and confidential. Do not copy the schematics or disclose them to third parties beyond the purpose for which they are intended.
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