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    SimplyGo/SimplyFlo Service & Technical Reference Manual...

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    SimplyFlo Limited Warranty Respironics, Inc. (“Respironics”) warrants the SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator System and SimplyFlo Transportable Oxygen Concentrator (the “Product”) as set forth in the following paragraphs. Limited Warranty Respironics warrants that the Product, except as otherwise stated herein, is free from defects in...

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    1097626, V . 03 Exclusions of Warranties EXCEPT AS SET FORTH IN THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, RESPIRONICS MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, REGARDING THE PRODUCT, ITS QUALITY OR PERFORMANCE. RESPIRONICS SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT SHALL RESPIRONICS BE LIABLE FOR THE COST OF PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE PRODUCTS OR FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, PUNITIVE, EXEMPLARY OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, COMMERCIAL LOSS OR LOST...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    1097626, V . 03 1: I HAPTER NTRODUCTION ......................1-1 HAPTER VERVIEW ..................1-1 IMPLY RODUCT ESCRIPTION ..................1-1 IMPLY RODUCT ESCRIPTION ........................ 1-1 ONTRADICTIONS ....................1-1 IMPLY NTENDED ....................1-1 IMPLY NTENDED ......................1-1 ERVICE RAINING ................. 1-2 ERVICE ECHNICAL UPPORT TATEMENT...

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    1097626, V . 03 ..................4-5 CREEN ESCRIPTION ................4-5 IMPLY CREEN ESCRIPTION ...............4-5 IMPLY CREEN ESCRIPTION ............4-6 IMPLY EVICE ULSE REATHING .............4-6 IMPLY NSERTION AND EMOVAL OF THE ATTERIES ..........4-7 PERATING THE EVICE AND HANGING EVICE ETTINGS .........4-7 PERATING THE IMPLY EVICE AND HANGING EVICE...

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    1097626, V . 03 ..................7-8 RONT NCLOSURE EPLACEMENT ..................7-11 RODUCT EPLACEMENT ..........7-13 XHAUST ALVE RESSURE ALVE EPLACEMENT ................. 7-15 ATIENT ELIVERY ALVE EPLACEMENT PCA A ................7-16 SSEMBLY EPLACEMENT ................7-19 HECK ALVE ASKET EPLACEMENT ..............7-21 IEVE ALANCE ALVE...

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    1097626, V . 03 ....................8-17 ATIENT ILTER EPAIR ..................8-18 ATIENT ILTER OVER EPAIR ..................8-19 XHAUST UFFLER EPAIR ....................8-19 OMPRESSOR UBING ......................8-21 PINE EPAIR ....................8-22 ANULA EPAIR PCA R ................8-22 ATTERY ONNECTION EPAIR ..................8-23 ATTERY NCLOSURE EPAIR ...................8-23 ATIENT ELIVERY ALVE .................8-24 OMMUNICATION OVER...

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    1097626, V . 03 ..................10-1 CCEPTABLE QUIPMENT ...................... 10-2 CCEPTABLE PTIONS 11: S HAPTER CHEMATICS ....................11-1 CHEMATICS TATEMENT ....................11-2 IMPLY CHEMATICS ....................11-11 IMPLY CHEMATICS...

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  • Page 10: Chapter 1: Introduction

    Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery 1.2 S IMPLY RODUCT ESCRIPTION SimplyFlo is a transportable oxygen concentrator intended to deliver continuous flow to the patient. The delivery volume will vary based on the user selected settings. 1.3 C ONTRADICTIONS • This device is not intended to be life-sustaining or life-supporting.

  • Page 11: Service /technical Support Statement

    1097626, V . 03 1.7 S ERVICE ECHNICAL UPPORT TATEMENT For technical assistance, please contact Philips Respironics Customer Satisfaction. U.S.A. and Canada Phone:1-800-345-6443 Fax: 1-800-886-0245 International Phone: 1-724-387-4000 Fax: 1-724-387-5012...

  • Page 12: Chapter 2: Warnings & Cautions

    • dropped or mishandled device or the power supply • water spilled into the enclosure • broken enclosure • Use only with Philips Respironics SimplyGo AC power supply. • Use only with Philips Respironics SimplyGo batteries.

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    Be aware that the electrical cord and/or tubing could present a tripping or strangulation hazard. • Use only power cords supplied by Philips Respironics for this device. Use of power cords not sup- plied by Philips Respironics may cause overheating or damage to the device and may result in increased emissions or decreased immunity of the equipment or system.

  • Page 14: Cautions

    1097626, V . 03 2.2 C AUTIONS • Do not immerse the device or allow any liquid to enter the enclosure. • When the device is used in an automobile, disconnect it from the DC auto adapter outlet when the automobile is turned off.

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  • Page 16: Chapter 3: Specification And Classifications

    1097626, V . 03 3: S HAPTER PECIFICATION AND LASSIFICATIONS 3.0 C HAPTER VERVIEW This chapter details the specifications and classifications for the SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator. 3.1 O PERATING AND TORAGE Operating Conditions Operational temperature: 41° F to 104° F (5° C to 40° C) Relative Humidity: 15% TO 95% Altitude: up to 10,000 ft (3048 m) Device Storage and Transport...

  • Page 17: Oxygen Concentrator

    11.5 in x 10 in x 6 in (29.2 cm x 25.4 cm x x15.2) SimplyGo Weight 10.0 lbs (4.54 kg) with battery installed SimplyFlo Weight <9.0 lbs (4.1 kg) User Interface Push Buttons, back-lit liquid crystal display (LCD) SimplyGo Sound 43 dBA max.

  • Page 18: Simply G O Battery

    1097626, V . 03 Simply Go Outlet 6.5 psig maximum Pressure SimplyFlo Outlet 6.4 psig maximum Pressure Disposal Separate collection for electrical and electronic equipment per EC Directive2002/96/EC. Dispose of this device in accordance with local regulations. * Based on an atmospheric pressure of 14.7 psia (101 kPa) at 70° F (21° C) 3.3 S...

  • Page 19: Ac Power Module ( Brick )

    1097626, V . 03 3.5 AC P OWER ODULE BRICK SimplyGo/SimplyFlo Philips Respironics 1082661 Type SimplyGo Input 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 2.0 A Output 19 VDC, 7.9 A max SimplyGo Power 150 W while charging Consumption 120 W while not charging...

  • Page 20: Standards Compliance

    . 03 3.7 S TANDARDS OMPLIANCE SimplyGo and SimplyFlo are designed to conform to the following standards • IEC 60601-1, Medical Electrical Equipment, Part 1: General Requirement for Safety • IEC 60601-1-2, 2nd edition, Medical Electrical Equipment, Part 1-2: General Requirement for Safety - Collateral Standard: Electromagnetic (EMC) Compatibility - Requirements and tests.

  • Page 21: Emc Information

    3.9 EMC I NFORMATION Guidance and Manufacturer’s Declaration - Electromagnetic Emissions SimplyGo and SimplyFlo are intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The user of SimplyGo and SimplyFlo should assure that it is used in such an environment. Emissions Test...

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    Guidance and Manufacturer’s Declaration - Electromagnetic Immunity SimplyGo and SimplyFlo are intended for use in the electromagnetic environment specified below. The user of SimplyGo and SimplyFlo should assure that it is used in such an environment. Immunity Test IEC 60601 Test Level...

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    Over the frequency range 150 kHz to 80 MHz, field strengths should be less than 3 V/m. c SimplyGo and SimplyFlo incorporate a robust design and conform with Radiated RF Immunity Test up to 10 V/m between 80 MHz and 2.5 GHz while the test requirement is 3 V/m.

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    1097626, V . 03 Recommended Separation Distance Between Portable and Mobile RF Communication Equipment and Device SimplyGo is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF disturbances are controlled. The user of Ever Go can help prevent electromagnetic interference by maintaining a minimum distance between portable and mobile RF communication equipment (transmitters) and SimplyGo as recommended below, according to the maximum output power of the communications equipment.

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  • Page 26: Chapter 4: System Overview & Setup

    . 03 4: S & S HAPTER YSTEM VERVIEW ETUP 4.0 C HAPTER VERVIEW This chapter details the specifics of the SimplyGo and SimplyFlo Oxygen Concentrator and how to change settings. 4.1 S YSTEM VERVIEW 4.1.1 S IMPLY YSTEM VERVIEW Item...

  • Page 27: Simply Flo System Overview

    Hand grip area for lifting and transporting the device Patient Cannula Connector Oxygen output and connection point for patient cannula Power Input Connector Connection point for Philips Respironics provided external power supplies: AC line voltage Air Exhaust Vent Air outlet for enclosure ventilation fan...

  • Page 28: Control Panel

    1097626, V . 03 4.2 C ONTROL ANEL 4.2.1 S IMPLY ONTROL ANEL Item Description Function Power Turns the device On and Off Alarm Silence Turns the audible alarm off Mode Selects one of the three possible operating states of the device Display Screens Shows information about the operating status of the...

  • Page 29: Simply Flo Control Panel

    1097626, V . 03 4.2.2 S IMPLY ONTROL ANEL Item Description Function Power Turns the device On and Off Alarm Silence Turns the audible alarm off Display Screen Shows information about the operating status of the device Plus (+)/Minus (-) + Increases the displayed setting;...

  • Page 30: Run Time Screen Description

    1097626, V . 03 4.3 R CREEN ESCRIPTION 4.3.1 S IMPLY CREEN ESCRIPTION Item Symbol Description Operating Mode Battery Status Setting Breath Indicator External Power Status Audible Alarm Status Alarm Type 4.3.2 S IMPLY CREEN ESCRIPTION Item Symbol Description Operating Mode Setting Audible Alarm Status Alarm Type...

  • Page 31: Simply G O Device Pulsem

    1097626, V . 03 4.4 S IMPLY EVICE ULSE REATHING When you turn on your SimplyGo device, it will sense if you are breathing from it. If you are not yet breathing through the cannula, SimplyGo will begin to pulse automatically about once every five seconds. The only purpose of this “device warm-up breathing”...

  • Page 32: Evice And G Od

    1097626, V . 03 • The screen shown here displays on the LCD NOTE If you do not see the battery symbol or the device does not turn On, the battery is not installed correctly. Re-insert the battery and make sure it snaps in place. 4.6 O PERATING THE EVICE AND...

  • Page 33: Lo And Leaning The

    1097626, V . 03 3. Press the Power button a second time to place the device in operating mode. This second press helps prevent unwanted starts or inadvertent changes in oxygen flow. The introductory screen momentarily appears, shown at the left below, followed by the final operating mode screen, shown at right.

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    1097626, V . 03 Connect a nasal cannula to the patient cannula connector on top of the device. Ensure that the cannula is routed to prevent it from being pinched or kinked to avoid a disruption of oxygen flow?. NOTE A standard single lumen nasal cannula and tubing (not supplied) should be used to deliver oxygen from the device.

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    Every time it starts up, the device starts producing oxygen to meet the specified setting.It may take up to twenty minutes to reach the specified purity levels for the setting.It is safe to begin breathing from the SimplyFlo device immediately. NOTE...

  • Page 36: Leaning The Arrying

    1097626, V . 03 4-11 11. When you are ready to turn your SimplyFlo device off, press the Power button. The screen below appears. 12. Press the Power button a second time and the SimplyFlo device will turn off. 13. Rather than pressing the Power button a second time, when this...

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  • Page 38: Chapter 5: Alarms

    This chapter identifies the alarms associated with the SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator and SimplyFlo Transportable Oxygen Concentrator. This chapter should be used by service technicians to help diagnose problems with the SimplyGo or SimplyFlo, along with determining what parts, if any, need to be replaced. 5.1 S...

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    1097626, V . 03 ISUAL UDIO NDICATORS ESCRIPTION No Flow Alarm This alarm occurs when the device detects there is no oxygen flowing in the patient cannula. 3 long beeps + 1 short beep Depleted Battery Alarm This alarm occurs when approximately two minutes of battery life remains.

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    1097626, V . 03 ISUAL UDIO NDICATORS ESCRIPTION (Power Connection Symbol The Power Connection symbol disappears when the device is Disappears) disconnected from the power source. 1 short beep On/Off Symbol This symbol appears when the device is powered on, or is ready to be turned on or off.

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    1097626, V . 03 5.2 S IMPLY LARM NDICATORS AND CREEN YMBOLS ISUAL UDIO NDICATORS ESCRIPTION Low Oxygen Concentration Alarm This alarm occurs when the device is delivering a lower concentration of oxygen than specified.This Change to another source alarm can be silenced by of oxygen and contact your pressing the Silence A sequence of 3 long beeps...

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    1097626, V . 03 ISUAL UDIO NDICATORS ESCRIPTION Alarm Symbol This symbol appears when Refer to the associated alarm event occurs that indicator also being displayed. generates audible alarm. Refer to the associated Alarm Silenced Symbol alarm indicator also being This symbol appears when displayed have...

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    SimplyFlo AC power supply, Loss of Power alarm verify that the green LED is illuminated. If the device has The SimplyFlo will sound a in fact lost power, the alarm Constant audible alarm constant audible alarm if can be silenced by tilting the...

  • Page 44: Simply G O /simply Flo Data

    OOL AND ANIFEST This Software is designed to recover and view events from the SimplyGo and SimplyFlo devices and also provide “real-time” viewing of certain system parameters during operation. The Tool is to be used for system monitoring and troubleshooting, if required. Readings displayed by the indicators in the real time viewer shall not be used for measurements or readings required for final testing of the SimplyGo/SimplyFlo.

  • Page 45: Software Installation

    1097626, V . 03 5.3.2 S OFTWARE INSTALLATION 1. Log into http://my.respironics.com. 2. Click on the Service Software and Documentation link.   3. In the menu below, select SimplyGo/SimplyFlo.  ...

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    1097626, V . 03 4. Click on the Download button for SimplyGo/SimplyFlo Data Recovery Tool. 5. When the following prompt appears select the Save Button. 6. Save the program to the location of your choice on your PC. 7. When the download is complete the following prompt will appear. Select the Run button.

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    5-10 1097626, V . 03 9. Select the Ok button. 10. When prompted select the Unzip button.   11. Select Ok.   12. Select the Next button.  ...

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    1097626, V . 03 5-11 13. Click the “I Accept button”, then click Next.   14. The following screen will appear, click Next.   15. The following prompt will appear, select the Next button.  ...

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    17. Click on the Download button for SimplyGo/SimplyFlo Manifest File. 18. Select Open. 19. Ensure that the files are unzipped to the same destination folder as the SimplyGo/SimplyFlo Data Recover Tool was installed to. The devault file location is C:\Program Files (x86)\Data Recovery Tool for SimplyGo\ 20.

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    1097626, V . 03 5-13 21. After the system is restarted, click on the following Icon, located on the Desktop, to properly install the FTDI drivers. 22. Double Click the icon on your desktop to open.  ...

  • Page 51: Communication Ports

    5.3.4 C ONTEXT The SimplyGo/SimplyFlo Data Recovery Tool application is designed with a Context Help function to describe specific features throughout the Tool. When the application has been launched, Context Help can be accessed by either selecting Help at the tool bar header or selecting (Ctrl+H) on the keyboard. When the mouse cursor hovers or idles over a feature, a description is populated in the Context Help display window.

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      6. This is the communication port that the Computer has assigned to communicate with the Sim- plyGo or SimplyFlo. Refer to the Communication Port Settings, if you are using the assigned port for the first time. 7. Remove the SimplyGo/SimplyFlo Communication Cover from the rear of the device to access the miniDIN connector.

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    5-16 1097626, V . 03 and the application is still running. The following is an illustration of the Events page and the Con- text Help description of the features on the page:     13.The Software tool provides two additional pages: Usage Hours, and Real time, which can be viewed by selecting the appropriate tabs.

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    1097626, V . 03 5-17 • The Usage Hours displays information on how the device was being used by listed settings charted during Day and Night Modes. The following is an Illustration of the Usage Hours page with the Context Help description of the Day Mode table:  ...

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    . 03 • The Real time page provides the opportunity to monitor system parameters while the SimplyGo/ SimplyFlo is in operation. • The alarm indicators shown while viewing this screen are only for CURRENT conditions, while the event table shows past alarm conditions.

  • Page 56: Simply G O /simply Flot

    1097626, V . 03 5-19 5.3.6 S IMPLY IMPLY ROUBLESHOOTING ROBLEM VENT OSSIBLE AUSE ECOMMENDED CTIONS • • SimplyGo Battery is Use the AC or DC power cords to depleted operate the device (with the battery inserted) to recharge the battery. Device Won’t Turn On •...

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    5-20 1097626, V . 03 ROBLEM VENT OSSIBLE AUSE ECOMMENDED CTIONS ROM Hardware failure at • • Main PCA Replace the Main PCA power on • • System parameter Hardware Main PCA Replace the Main PCA failure at power on •...

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    1097626, V . 03 5-21 ROBLEM VENT OSSIBLE AUSE ECOMMENDED CTIONS High Pressure failure • • Check for kinked tubing Use Real time data and confirm Event Code • Check Patient Filter for • Remove Obstructions, replace Patient obstructions Filter •...

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  • Page 60: Chapter 6: M

    WARNING To avoid electrical shock, do not remove the SimplyGo and SimplyFlo covers. The covers should only be removed by authorized service personnel. Do not apply liquid directly to the covers. Do not use alcohol, solvents, polishes or any oily substances on the device, as they are flammable.

  • Page 61: Oxygen Concentrationv

    Commensurate with hospital or homecare policies, Respironics recommends verifying the oxygen concentration level per homecare provider's policy. Refer to the Testing section for more detailed instructions on how to check the oxygen concentration level. 6.4 C OMPRESSOR Respironics does not require routine maintenance SimplyGo or SimplyFlo Oxygen Concentrator compressor.

  • Page 62: Simply

    1097626, V . 03 6.5 S IMPLY IMPLY XYGEN ONCENTRATOR AINTENANCE ECORD MODEL NUMBER SERIAL NUMBER DATE PURCHASED OXYGEN DATE/HOURS/LPM CONCENTRATION (Record at Each Check) (Check Level) CABINET FLOW SETTING (Clean and Inspect as Necessary) (Check Setting)

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  • Page 64: Eplacement

    Fax: 1-800-866-0245 International Phone: 1-724-387-4000 Fax: 1-724-387-5012 Visit Philips Respironics Home Page on the World Wide Web at: www.philips.com NOTE When removing the spine assembly from the Front and Rear Enclosures, the Front Enclosure can be used to seat the spine assembly while performing replacement activities for parts assembled to the spine...

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    Use the pictures below to help identify the connections that need removed or installed during each replacement section. For clarity purposes all connections and assemblies have been removed from the Main PCA. For SimplyFlo Main PCA, omit connections J1, J3, and J17. 7-1R IGURE...

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    1097626, V . 03 J17 J16 J6 J9 J8 J7 J10 7-2: F PCA C IGURE RONT ONNECTIONS...

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    1097626, V . 03 NOTE When it is required to disconnect the Compressor or Balance Valve connections, it is recommended that you partially remove the Main PCA to access the connections to avoid any damage that may occur when removing and reinstalling them from the compressor side of the device.

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    1097626, V . 03 7.2 R NCLOSURE EPLACEMENT Removal: 1. For SimplyGo, remove the Battery if inserted. 2. Remove the nine screws securing the Rear Enclosure to the Spine Assembly. 3. Adjust the device so the handle is facing you and the battery compartment is facing up. 4.

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    1097626, V . 03 7.3 S PCA/ B IMPLY ATTERY ONNECTION ATTERY NCLOSURE EPLACE MENT Removal: 1. Remove the Rear Enclosure. 2. Remove the 5 screws securing the Battery Enclosure to the Rear Enclosure. 3. Remove the Battery PCA from the Battery Enclosure.

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    1097626, V . 03 Installation: (for item identification, refer to removal instructions above) 1. Place the Battery Connection PCA into the Battery Enclosure. 2. Connect the Battery Enclosure to the Rear Enclosure by tightening the 5 screws. 3. Install the Rear Enclosure.

  • Page 71: Front Enclosure Replacement

    1097626, V . 03 RONT NCLOSURE EPLACEMENT Removal: 1. Remove the Rear Enclosure. 2. Remove the Anti-Satic Shield. 3. Remove the Power Harness from J2 on Main PCA. 4. Push open the locking tab and disconnect the display ribbon cable from J18 on the Main PCA. 5.

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    1097626, V . 03 6. Remove the 7 screws securing the Spine Assembly to the Front Enclosure and remove the Front Enclosure. Installation: (for item identification, refer to removal instructions above) 1. Connect the Front Enclosure to the spine assembly by tightening the 7 screws to 6 in.-lbs. 2.

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    7-10 1097626, V . 03 5. Install the Anti-Static Shield. 6. Install the Rear Enclosure.

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    1097626, V . 03 7-11 7.5 P RODUCT EPLACEMENT Removal: 1. Remove the Rear Enclosure. 2. Cut the two tie wraps securing the product tank to the spine assembly. 3. Disconnect the product tank tube from the Check Valve housing.

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    7-12 1097626, V . 03 Installation: (for item identification, refer to removal instructions above) 1. Connect the product tank tube to the Check Valve housing. 2. Slide the tie wrap through the two slots on the spine assembly. 3. Place the Product Tank into the Spine assembly and tighten down with the tie wrap. 4.

  • Page 76: E V /p

    1097626, V . 03 7-13 7.6 E XHAUST ALVE RESSURE ALVE EPLACEMENT Removal: 1. Remove the Rear Enclosure. NOTE The Outer Valves are the Pressure (Fill) Valves and the inner valves are the Exhaust Valves (Marked w/ Yellow dot). Proper orientation of the valve is required. 2.

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    7-14 1097626, V . 03 Installation: (for item identification, refer to removal instructions above) 1. Connect the Valve to the to the Spine Assembly by tightening the four Torx screws. 2. Connect the wire harness to the proper location on the Main PCA. 3.

  • Page 78: Patient Delivery Valve Replacement

    1097626, V . 03 7-15 7.7 P ATIENT ELIVERY ALVE EPLACEMENT Removal: 1. Remove the Rear Enclosure. 2. Disconnect the Patient Delivery Valve from J16 on the Main PCA. 3. Remove the two screws securing the Patient Delivery Valve to the Check Valve Assembly. Installation: (for item identification, refer to removal instructions above) 1.

  • Page 79: Main Pca Assembly Replacement

    7-16 1097626, V . 03 7.8 M PCA A SSEMBLY EPLACEMENT Removal: 1. Remove the Rear Enclosure. 2. Disconnect the pressure tubing from the Check Valve Assembly. 3. Disconnect the flow tubing from the Check Valve Assembly 4. Disconnect the patient outlet tubing from the Patient Filter Inlet Port. 5.

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    . 03 7-17 9. Remove the 5 philips screws securing the Main PCA Assembly to the spine assembly. 10. Disconnect the Sieve Bed Balance Valve from J14 on the Main PCA. This connection can be found on the rear side of the Main PCA.

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    7-18 1097626, V . 03 Installation: (for item identification, refer to removal instructions above) 1. Connect the Compressor wire harnesses to J20 and J4 on the Main PCA. These connections are found on the rear of the Main PCA. 2. Connect the Sieve Bed Balance Valve to J14 on the Main PCA. This connection can be found on the rear side of the Main PCA.

  • Page 82: Check Valve / Gasket Replacement

    1097626, V . 03 7-19 7.9 C HECK ALVE ASKET EPLACEMENT Removal: 1. Remove the Rear Enclosure. CAUTION Do not remove the two flat head screws that secure the Patient Delivery Valve. 2. Remove the 6 T9 Torx screws. 3. Remove the Check Valve and Gaskets from the spine assembly.

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    7-20 1097626, V . 03 Installation: (for item identification, refer to removal instructions above) 1. Install the Check Valves, O-rings, and gasket in the spine assembly. 2. Secure the check valve housing to the spine assembly by tightening the 6 T9 Torx screws. 3.

  • Page 84: Sieve Bed Balance Valve Replacement

    1097626, V . 03 7-21 7.10 S IEVE ALANCE ALVE EPLACEMENT Removal: 1. Remove the Rear Enclosure. 2. Remove the Front Enclosure. 3. Remove the wire harness from J14 on the Main PCA. 4. Remove the two screws that secure the Sieve Bed Balance Valve to the spine assembly.

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    7-22 1097626, V . 03 Installation: (for item identification, refer to removal instructions above) 1. Place the two o-rings into the spine assembly. 2. Install the Sieve Bed Balance Valve with wire harness towards the opening in the spine assembly. 3.

  • Page 86: Compressor Cover Replacement

    2. Remove the Front Enclosure. 3. Remove the Sieve Canisters to gain access to the Compressor Cover screws. 4. Remove the six philips screws that secure the compressor cover to the spine assembly. Installation: (for item identification, refer to removal instructions above) 1.

  • Page 87: Exhaust Muffler Assembly Replacement

    XHAUST UFFLER SSEMBLY EPLACEMENT Removal: 1. Remove the Rear Enclosure. 2. Remove the Front Enclosure. 3. Remove the Compressor Cover. 4. Remove the two philips screws securing the Muffler to the Spine. 5. Remove the Exhaust Muffler and the Gasket.

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    1097626, V . 03 7-25 Installation: (for item identification, refer to removal instructions above) 1. Place the gasket into the slot on the spine assembly. 2. Place the Exhaust Muffler Assembly into the spine assembly with the posts oriented away from the compressor.

  • Page 89: Sieve Canister Replacement

    1. Remove the Rear Enclosure. 2. Remove the Front Enclosure. 3. Remove the four philips screws securing the Sieve Canister to the spine assembly. 4. Remove the Canister and two O-rings. Installation: (for item identification, refer to removal instructions above) WARNING The top of the sieve canister must point toward the Patient Filter.

  • Page 90: Patient Filter & Patient Filter Cover Replacement

    1097626, V . 03 7-27 7.14 P & P ATIENT ILTER ATIENT ILTER OVER EPLACEMENT Removal: 1. Remove the Rear Enclosure. 2. Remove the Front Enclosure. 3. Remove the three screws that secure the Patient Filter Cover to the spine assembly. 4.

  • Page 91: Compressor Replacement

    7-28 1097626, V . 03 7.15 C OMPRESSOR EPLACEMENT NOTE For SimplyGo, if replacing a Moog compressor with a Shinano compressor, ensure to perform the Compressor Upgrade Programming Procedure after installation procedure. (page 7-32) The Moog brand motor can be seen through the device’s fan as shown below. Removal: 1.

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    1097626, V . 03 7-29 5. Remove the four screws that secure the Compressor mount to the spine assembly. Repeat for second Compressor mount. 6. Remove the Compressor Outlet hose from the valve hose elbow.

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    7-30 1097626, V . 03 7. Remove the intake hose from the Compressor intake manifold. 8. Disconnect the Compressor power and Hall Effect sensor connections from the Main PCA. 9. Remove the Compressor from Spine Assembly.

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    1097626, V . 03 7-31 Installation: (for item identification, refer to removal instructions above) NOTE It is recommended to use the Compressor Alignment Tool (Respironics Part Number: 1102513) any time a technician is installing a compressor. 1. Place the compressor into the spine assembly. 2.

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    14. Install the Rear Enclosure. SimplyGo Compressor Upgrade Programming Procedure 1. Download and install the SimplyGo/SimplyFlo Data Recovery Tool and Manifest File. Follow the procedure outlined in Chapter 5.3 sections 5.3.1 through 5.3.3. Open the Data Recovery Tool application by double clicking on the icon below.

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    1097626, V . 03 7-33 3. Select the appropriate configuration and select Update Now.

  • Page 97: Fan Replacement

    7-34 1097626, V . 03 7.16 F EPLACEMENT Removal: 1. Remove Rear Enclosure. 2. Remove the Front Enclosure. 3. Remove the Main PCA Assembly. 4. Remove the Sieve Canisters. 5. Remove the Compressor Cover. 6. Pull the Fan straight up and out of the cavity in the spine assembly. The Fan is mounted to the spine assembly with adhesive along with four rubber mounts.

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    1097626, V . 03 7-35 Installation: (for item identification, refer to removal instructions above) 1. With the wire harness oriented towards the inlet filter and next to the Inlet Filer, align the four rub- ber mounts with the four holes in the spine assembly. 2.

  • Page 99: Inlet Filter Replacement

    7-36 1097626, V . 03 7.17 I NLET ILTER EPLACEMENT Removal: 1. Remove Rear Enclosure. 2. Remove Front Enclosure. 3. Remove Sieve Bed. 4. Remove Compressor Cover. 5. Remove Compressor. 6. Remove Inlet Hose from the Inlet Filter.

  • Page 100: Loss Of Power Alarm Replacement

    1097626, V . 03 7-37 7. Remove the two philips screws securing the Inlet Filter to the Spine. 8. Remove the Inlet filter from the Spine. Installation: (for item identification, refer to removal instructions above) 1. Place the Inlet Filter into the cavity of the spine assembly.

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  • Page 102: Chapter Overview

    VERVIEW This chapter illustrates the names and components for each of the repair kits for the SimplyGo Portable Oxygen Concentrator and SimplyFlo Transportable Oxygen Concentrator. For technical assistance or replacement part ordering information, contact Respironics Product Support. USA and Canada...

  • Page 103: Simply G O /simply Flo Repair Kit Reference Table

    ABLE NOTE For kits with multiple part number listings, refer to the individual page to ensure proper ordering. If the below Repair Kit Name does not reflect SimplyGo or SimplyFlo, the kit is identical for both models. PART NUMBER(S) REPAIR KIT NAME...

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    8 - 21 1093441 SimplyGo Tubing Repair Kit 8 - 24 1111448 SimplyFlo Tubing Repair Kit 8 - 24 1111449 SimplyFlo Loss of Power Alarm PCA Kit 8 - 25 1068987 SimplyGo AC Power Cord 1082661 SimplyFlo AC Power Cord...

  • Page 105: Rear Enclosure Repair Kit

    1097626, V . 03 8.2 R NCLOSURE EPAIR SIMPLYGO PART NUMBER: 1093266 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver SIMPLYFLO PART NUMBER: 1111407 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver...

  • Page 106: Main Pca Assembly Repair Kit

    1097626, V . 03 8.3 M PCA A SSEMBLY EPAIR SIMPLYGO PART NUMBER: 1102520 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver SIMPLYFLO PART NUMBER: 1111557 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver...

  • Page 107: Front Enclosure Repair Kit

    1097626, V . 03 8.4 F RONT NCLOSURE EPAIR SIMPLYGO PART NUMBER: 1093278 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver SIMPLYFLO PART NUMBER: 1111086 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver...

  • Page 108: Exhaust Valve Repair Kit

    1097626, V . 03 8.5 E XHAUST ALVE EPAIR PART NUMBER: 1093280 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver...

  • Page 109: Pressure (fill ) Valve Repair Kit

    1097626, V . 03 8.6 P RESSURE ALVE EPAIR PART NUMBER: 1093282 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver 8.7 S IEVE ALANCE ALVE EPAIR PART NUMBER: 1093283 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver...

  • Page 110: Check Valve / Gasket Repair Kit

    1097626, V . 03 8.8 C HECK ALVE ASKET EPAIR PART NUMBER: 1093284 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver...

  • Page 111: Product Tank Repair Kit

    8-10 1097626, V . 03 8.9 P RODUCT EPAIR PART NUMBER: 1093285 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver...

  • Page 112: Sieve Canister Repair Kit

    1097626, V . 03 8-11 8.10 S IEVE ANISTER EPAIR PART NUMBER: 1093443 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver...

  • Page 113: Compressor Cover Repair Kit

    8-12 1097626, V . 03 8.11 C OMPRESSOR OVER EPAIR PART NUMBER: 1094702 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver...

  • Page 114: Compressor Repair Kit

    1097626, V . 03 8-13 8.12 C OMPRESSOR EPAIR PART NUMBER: 1111084 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver...

  • Page 115: Compressor Mounting Hardware Kit

    8-14 1097626, V . 03 8.13 C OMPRESSOR OUNTING ARDWARE SIMPLYGO PART NUMBER: 1101698 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver SIMPLYFLO PART NUMBER: 1111083 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver...

  • Page 116: Inlet Filter Repair Kit

    1097626, V . 03 8-15 8.14 I NLET ILTER EPAIR PART NUMBER: 1095248 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver...

  • Page 117: Fan Repair Kit

    8-16 1097626, V . 03 8.15 F EPAIR PART NUMBER: 1095249 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver...

  • Page 118: Patient Filter Repair Kit

    1097626, V . 03 8-17 8.16 P ATIENT ILTER EPAIR PART NUMBER: 1094705 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver...

  • Page 119: Patient Filter Cover Repair Kit

    8-18 1097626, V . 03 8.17 P ATIENT ILTER OVER EPAIR PART NUMBER: 1095250 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver...

  • Page 120: Exhaust Muffler Repair Kit

    1097626, V . 03 8-19 8.18 E XHAUST UFFLER EPAIR PART NUMBER: 1094706 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver 8.19 C OMPRESSOR UBING SIMPLYGO PART NUMBER: 1094707 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver...

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    8-20 1097626, V . 03 SIMPLYFLO PART NUMBER: 1111085 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver...

  • Page 122: Spine Repair Kit

    1097626, V . 03 8-21 8.20 S PINE EPAIR PART NUMBER: 1094738 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver...

  • Page 123: Anula Arb Epair Kit

    8-22 1097626, V . 03 8.21 C ANULA EPAIR PART NUMBER: 1095226 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver 8.22 B PCA R ATTERY ONNECTION EPAIR SIMPLYGO PART NUMBER: 1094739 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver...

  • Page 124: Battery Enclosure Repair Kit

    1097626, V . 03 8-23 8.23 B ATTERY NCLOSURE EPAIR SIMPLYGO PART NUMBER:1096641 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver 8.24 P ATIENT ELIVERY ALVE SIMPLYGO PART NUMBER: 1099454 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver   SIMPLYFLO PART NUMBER: 1111406 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver...

  • Page 125: Communication Cover Repair Kit

    1097626, V . 03 8.25 C OMMUNICATION OVER EPAIR SIMPLYGO PART NUMBER: 1095227 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver SIMPLYFLO PART NUMBER: 1111082 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver 8.26 T UBING EPAIR SIMPLYGO PART NUMBER: 1093441 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver SIMPLYFLO PART NUMBER: 1111448...

  • Page 126: Anti -static Shield Kit

    8.28 A TATIC HIELD PART NUMBER: 1101935 Tools Required Phillips Screwdriver 8.29 P ACKAGING SIMPLYGO PART NUMBER: 1097625 Tools Required SIMPLYFLO PART NUMBER: 1112306 Tools Required 8.30 S PCA K IMPLY OSS OF OWER LARM SIMPLYFLO PART NUMBER: 1111449 Tools Required...

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  • Page 128: Chapter 9: Testing

    Continuous Flow meter - Cole-Parmer Hand-held Flowmeter, PM2.20XY (Catalog Number: WU- 32500-80) • O2 Enrichment Port Adapter - (Philips Respironics Part Number: 312710) • Test Orifice Cap - (www.caplugs.com, Part Number: EC-14) or equivalent Oxygen Interface Hardware Kit (Respironics Part Number: 1073499) •...

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    1097626, V . 03 3. Connect the AC Power Supply output connector to the SimplyGo power input connector and listen closely to verify that the cooling fan turns on. Record results. NOTE The fan may continue to run if the battery requires charging but will stop if the battery does not require charging.

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    1097626, V . 03 15. From the SimplyGo Data Recovery Tool File  Update Firmware menu option. 16. Based on values recorded in step 13, select the appropriate configuration option from the drop down list.

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    1097626, V . 03 17. Make sure the serial interface is enabled for programming, then select ‘Update Now’ button.

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    1097626, V . 03 18. Once the device has completed the code load and rebooted proceed to step 19. IMPORTANT NOTE Do NOT turn the device off/on during the programming. When programming is complete, the device will reboot. 19. The data recovery tool should now detect the device and begin downloading the data a.

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    1097626, V . 03 35. Connect the flowmeter to the patient cannula connector. 36. Holding the Flowmeter in the vertical position above the SimplyGo, observe the Flowmeter scale and record the reading on the T est results sheet. 37. Repeat step 36 for a setting of 2.0 continuous flow. 38.

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    1097626, V . 03 b. Let the device run for at least 10 minutes on 0.5 LPM continuous flow. Record the results of the O2 purity from the O2 Analyzer and the internal O2 sensor on the test data sheet. 41.

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    1097626, V . 03 2. Before using the “Learn Pressure Bal” command verify the O2 factors are 1.00. If they are not then reset the O2 factors by clicking the reset button. a. On the Usage Hours Tab click the “Learn Pressure Bal” check box. The device screen changes to 2 LPM continuous.

  • Page 136: Simply G O Final Test Data Sheet

    1097626, V . 03 9.2 S IMPLY INAL HEET IMPLY INAL HEET ______________M _____________ ERIAL UMBER UMBER (>=6 or <= 5) PCA R ______ M )___________ EVISION OTOR OOG OR HINANO RA# ( )________________ IF APPLICABLE Results PASS OR STEP NUMBER/PROCEDURE READING SPECIFICA- FAIL...

  • Page 137: Simply G O Pulse Flow Measurements Worksheet

    9-10 1097626, V . 03 9.3 S IMPLY ULSE EASUREMENTS ORKSHEET IMPLY ULSE EASUREMENTS ORKSHEET Serial Number_______________________ Model Number__________________ EASUREMENTS EASUREMENTS EASUREMENTS EASUREMENTS ULSE ULSE LEEP ULSE LEEP ULSE TING OF TING OF ETTING OF ETTING OF Calculating the Average Calculating the Average Calculating the Average Calculating the Average...

  • Page 138: Simply G O Final Test And Balancing Procedure Data Sheet

    1097626, V . 03 9-11 9.4 S IMPLY INAL EST AND ALANCING ROCEDURE HEET SimplyGo Final Test and Balancing Data Sheet PCA Revision (>=6 or <= 5)______ ______________M _____________ ERIAL UMBER UMBER Motor Type (Moog or Shinano)___________RA#(if applicable)________________ Final Test Data Sheet RESULTS STEP NUMBER/PROCEDURE READING...

  • Page 139: Simply Flo Final Test Procedure

    If performing the Final Test only, use the Final Test Data Sheet. NOTE For download and installation instructions for SimplyGo/SimplyFlo Data Recovery Tool and Manifest File, refer to the service Manual Section 5.3 1. Connect the AC Power Supply to an AC power source.

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    1097626, V . 03 9-13 11. Document the device model number and PCA revision in the Test Data Sheet. These values will be needed to select the appropriate software and parameters to load. 12. Load the appropriate software and parameters for the device configuration you have. 13.

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    9-14 1097626, V . 03 15. Make sure the serial interface is enabled for programming, then select ‘Update Now’ button. 16. Once the device has completed the code load and rebooted proceed to step 17 IMPORTANT NOTE Do NOT turn the device off/on during the programming. When programming is complete, the device will reboot.

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    19. Connect one end of a piece of 3/16” ID tubing to the bottom of the flowmeter. 20. Connect the flowmeter to the patient cannula connector. 21. Holding the flowmeter in the vertical position above the SimplyFlo, observe the flowmeter scale and record the reading on the Test results sheet 22.

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    30. Verify that the loss of power alarm is clearly audible. Record the results on the test data sheet. 31. Tilt SimplyFlo 90 degrees left or right. Verify that the alarm silences. Record the results on the test data sheet.

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    13. Verify that the loss of power alarm is clearly audible. Record the results on the test data sheet. 14. Tilt SimplyFlo 90 degrees left or right. Verify that the alarm silences. Record the results on the test data sheet.

  • Page 145: Simply Flo Final Test Data Sheet

    9-18 1097626, V . 03 9.6 S IMPLY INAL HEET IMPLY INAL HEET ______________M _________________ ERIAL UMBER UMBER PCA R _____________RA# ( )________________ EVISION IF APPLICABLE RESULTS STEP NUMBER READING SPECIFICATION PASS OR PROCEDURE FAIL Step 21 / Verify Continuous Reading @ Setting 0.5, _______LPM 0.500 +/- 0.150 PASS / FAIL...

  • Page 146: Simply Flo Final Test And Balancing Test Data Sheet

    1097626, V . 03 9-19 9.7 S IMPLY INAL EST AND ALANCING HEET IMPLY INAL EST AND ALANCING HEET ______________M _____________ ERIAL UMBER UMBER PCA R ______ RA# ( )________________ EVISION IF APPLICABLE Final Test Data Sheet STEP NUMBER RESULTS READING SPECIFICATION PROCEDURE...

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  • Page 148: Chapter 10: Tools & Equipment

    Mild Detergent • Leak Detector 10.4 A CCEPTABLE QUIPMENT • MX300 Portable Oxygen Monitor (Philips Respironics Part Number: 1027705) • Valley Inspired Pulse Meter (http://www.inspiredrc.com/pulsemeter.html, Part Number: Pulseme- ter) • Cole-Parmer Hand-held Flowmeter, PM2.20XY (Catalog Number: WU-32500-80) • Size 3/16 I.D, Length 1-2 feet tubing (Provided with Pulsemeter) •...

  • Page 149: Acceptable Options

    10-2 1097626, V . 03 10.4.1 A CCEPTABLE PTIONS • Any Oxygen Analyzer with a Range of 100% Oxygen and an Accuracy of +/- 2% of full scale • Any Continuous Volumetric Flow Meter with a Range of 0-2.5 LPM and an Accuracy of +/- 0.2% •...

  • Page 150: Chapter 11: Schematics

    1097626, V . 03 11-1 11: S HAPTER CHEMATICS 11.0 S CHEMATICS TATEMENT Schematics are supplied with this manual 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.

  • Page 151: Simply G O Schematics

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