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Efficia DFM100 Service Library
Service Manual
Effic ia DF M10 0
Defibrillator/Monitor
866199

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  • Page 1 Efficia DFM100 Service Library Service Manual Effic ia DF M10 0 Defibrillator/Monitor 866199...
  • Page 3 User Documentation CD-ROM that accompanied this device. Registered/Production address: This information is subject to change without notice. No. 2 Tiangong Road, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, P.R. China The information in this document applies to the Efficia DFM100 518057 using software version 2.0. Tel: +86 755 26980999...
  • Page 4 Click for quick access Abbreviations Name Abbreviation Automated Test Summary Customer Service Order End-tidal Carbon Dioxide EtCO Electrostatic discharge Efficia DFM100 defibrillator/monitor Efficia DFM100; device User Interface PCA UI PCA Non-invasive Blood Pressure Patient Contact Indicator Printed Circuit Assembly Pulse Oximetry...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of Content Chapter 1 Introduction Who Should Use this Manual How to Obtain Training Overview Features and Capabilities Tour of the Device Front of the Device Right (Therapy) Side Left (Monitoring) Side Rear Side Top Side Additional Features Therapy Cable Collar Cable Straps Cradle and Side Carry Bags Docking Station Installation...
  • Page 6 Table of Content Servicing EtCO2 Sensor Chapter 3 Troubleshooting Overview Troubleshooting Tools and Equipment Obtaining Replacement Parts Ready For Use Indicator Automated Tests Automated Test Summary Shift Check and Weekly Shock Test Shift Check Weekly Shock Test Operational Check Operational Check Setup Operational Check Flow Operational Check Report Operational Check Summary...
  • Page 7 Table of Content Chapter 4 Repair Overview Who Should Perform Repairs Repair Philosophy Calling for Service Key Components Repair Notes External Assemblies Battery Compartment Cover and Latch Bedrail Mount Labels Handle Assembly Paddle Tray and Plates Printer Therapy Knob / Smart Select Knob Internal Assemblies —...
  • Page 8 Table of Content Power Supply Assembly Fans Therapy Capacitor Therapy PCA High Voltage Cable Internal Assemblies — Rear Case Battery PCA Paddle Tray Short Circuiting Cable Closing the Case Chapter 5 Performance Verification Overview Required Testing Levels External Repairs/Replacements External Repairs (Printer Removed) Internal Repairs Verification Test Equipment Test and Inspection Matrix...
  • Page 9 Table of Content Appendix B Theory of Operation Waveforms System Level Interconnections Assemblies Descriptions Processor PCA Therapy PCA Power and Battery Display Assembly Indicators Controls Printer Assembly Clock Backup Battery NBP Module Functional Descriptions ECG Monitoring Functions Patient Impedance Functions Defibrillation Transcutaneous Pacing EtCO2...
  • Page 10 NOTES...
  • Page 11: Introduction

    DFM100. Detailed information regarding controls, operation, and capabilities of the device can be found in the Efficia DFM100 Instructions for Use that was shipped with the product and provides information on setting up the device and regular maintenance procedures, such as performing operational checks.
  • Page 12: Features And Capabilities

    DFM100 functions properly. The Efficia DFM100 automatically stores critical event and trend data in its internal memory. The Efficia DFM100 also enables you to copy data and event information to a USB flash drive for downloading to a compatible data management solution.
  • Page 13: Tour Of The Device

    Print text labels or Japanese test labels are present at the functional buttons below the screen. The button functions remain the same regardless of the label presence. Additional controls and indicators are located on the external paddles. Figure 1 Efficia DFM100 Front View External Power Indicator External...
  • Page 14: Right (therapy) Side

    Right Side View Therapy port Printer Left (Monitoring) Side The left side of the Efficia DFM100 is dedicated to monitoring key vital signs. It has ECG port and optional EtCO , SpO , NBP ports. Figure 3 Left Side View...
  • Page 15: Rear Side

    WARNING: Do not connect a LAN cable to the Efficia DFM100 while in a clinical mode. Incorrect ECG diagnosis may result due to excessive electrical background noise.(Refer to IFU)
  • Page 16: Additional Features

    Carry Bags Therapy Cable Collar When the Efficia DFM100 is used in transport or high-vibration environments, Philips strongly suggests the device be fitted with the Therapy Cable Collar before placing the device into service. The collar adds an extra level of security to prevent excessive wear and vibration with the Therapy port. For Efficia DFM100 EMS devices, the Thearpy Cable Collar base comes installed from the factory.
  • Page 17: Cable Straps

    Cable Straps To aid with cable management, straps can be snapped on to the side of the Efficia DFM100 in the predefined snap locations or they can be attached to the side carry bags.
  • Page 18 1: Introduction Additional Features Repeat step 6 with the other side bag and the rear bag. See Figure Optional tray cover pouch: If you want to install the tray cover pouch, use the hook and loop strip to fasten one dege of the bag through the metal loop on one side of the device. Stretch the pouch across the paddle tray and fasten the other side.
  • Page 19: Docking Station Installation

    Docking Station Installation 1: Introduction Docking Station Installation This Installation Guide provides the information needed to successfully install the 866199 Efficia DFM100 defibrillator/monitor Docking Station with the device on the ambulance shelf as Shelf Mount. The docking station is designed for installing the DFM100 Defibrillator/Monitor with pouch system. NOTE: Be sure that the proper ambulance shelf is available before installing the docking station.
  • Page 20 1: Introduction Docking Station Installation  To Install the DFM100 Device Secure the bedrail mount to the back of the device. Secure the top two M 4x25 screws with washers first (A position). Secure the bottom two M 4x12 screws with washers (B position). Do not cross-thread or overtighten the screws.
  • Page 21 Docking Station Installation 1: Introduction Insert the socket end of the power cable into the AC connection on the back of the device. Lower the locking lever to secure the connection. Figure 14 DFM100 Device Installation-3 Use one hand to put the bedrail mount onto the docking station and use another hand to prop up the bottom of the device.
  • Page 22 1: Introduction Docking Station Installation After placing the bedrail mount onto the docking station, pull out the latch on the docking station and put the device onto the docking station. Loosen the latch and the DFM100 device is installed in the docking station.
  • Page 23: General Service Information

    All setup activities are designed to be performed by personnel trained in the proper operation of the product. To obtain a copy of the Efficia DFM100 Instructions for Use and other Efficia DFM100 documentation in your local language visit: and follow links to http://www.philips.com/ProductDocs...
  • Page 24: Preventive Maintenance

    Instructions for Use. The Maintenance chapter of this manual provides EtCO testing procedures. Experienced and trained Efficia DFM100 users (e.g. nurses or biomedical and clinical engineers) may perform the EtCO2 test. Repair Philosophy Defibrillator/Monitor The repair philosophy of the Efficia DFM100 is subassembly replacement. Examples of subassemblies are the printer, the Processor Printed Circuit Assembly (PCA), Therapy PCA, and selected connectors and other items.
  • Page 25: Accessing Service Mode

    Accessing Service Mode 1: Introduction Accessing Service Mode WARNING: Be sure that the defibrillator/monitor is not connected to a patient when performing any function in Service Mode. NOTE: Make sure that you insert a sufficiently charged battery (at least two LEDs light up) into the device or connect to AC power when you are performing functions in Service Mode.
  • Page 26: Navigating In Service Mode

    Details. See “Export Device Info” on page 18. NOTE: You can print detailed information about your Efficia DFM100 defibrillator/monitor software version, circuit boards, and module levels through the Print Device Info option, available in clinical operating mode. See “Device Information”...
  • Page 27: Device Information

    Device Information 1: Introduction Device Information You can print all detailed information of the Efficia DFM100 on serial number, software versions, options, printer, boards and module levels, and internal memory card capacity from the Print Device Info menu option. You can also check all the information in Service-Main screen in service mode.
  • Page 28: Export Device Info

    Export Device Info You can export all device logs (hardware error log, software error log, Op Check summary, Op Check details and Auto Test Summary) of the Efficia DFM100 from the Export Device Info menu option.  To export the device information: Make sure a battery charged to at least 20% is in place, or that external power is connected.
  • Page 29: Chapter 2 Maintenance

    – Instructed by Goldway Customer Support or a Service Bulletin. You may download software from the InCenter. Upload the software on a Philips USB Data Drive (989803171261) for Efficia DFM100 software upgrade. NOTE: The RFU indicator may display a “red X” at some point during Software Upgrade. This is normal behavior, as long as an “hourglass”...
  • Page 30 2: Maintenance Software Upgrades Extract the compressed software to the USB Drive. A pop-up progress indicator window will be displayed. See Figure Figure 21 Software Extracting Progress Indicator After the software extraction is done, a folder named “Upgrade” will be displayed in the USB driver. Figure Figure 22 Software Upgrade Folder...
  • Page 31 Software Upgrades 2: Maintenance Figure 23 Software Upgrade Languages Choose the desired language folder and the .pupg file under the Upgrade folder. Delete all the other languages. See Figure Figure 24 Software Upgarde Files Unplug the USB Drive from your PC.
  • Page 32 2: Maintenance Software Upgrades  To install software onto the device or to change the device’s language: Make sure that you insert both a sufficiently charged battery (at least two LEDs light up) into the device and connect to AC power when you are performing functions in Service Mode. Be sure both AC power and charged battery are well connected.
  • Page 33 Software Upgrades 2: Maintenance Figure 26 Software Upgrade Progress Screen           When the software or language installation process is complete, press the Smart Select Knob to select Acknowledge to restart the device. 10 Perform the Operational Check to ensure that every programmable chip of the device is updated.
  • Page 34: Software Upgrade Errors

    76. 7 - 13 Defective USB drive Replace the USB drive. Unsupported USB drive Use 989803171261 Philips Brand USB drive. • Invalid upgrade set Re-download the software and retry the upgrade. If persists, then export Hardware and Software Error •...
  • Page 35: Etco2 Maintenance

    EtCO2 Maintenance 2: Maintenance EtCO Maintenance  To perform the Efficia DFM100 EtCO2 sensor flow rate check and accuracy check, you need: EtCO Calibration service tool (453564501951) The Efficia DFM100 EtCO option allows you to use two CO sensor types: •...
  • Page 36: Servicing Etco2

    2: Maintenance EtCO2 Maintenance Servicing EtCO  To service the EtCO equipment: Contact your sensor to the device. Connect the modified airway adapter to your sensor. Enter the Service Mode as directed in “Accessing Service Mode” on page 15. Press the Smart Select Knob. Navigate to the EtCO and press the Smart Select knob again.
  • Page 37 EtCO2 Maintenance 2: Maintenance  To set the Ambient Pressure: Table 3 or obtain a reliable measurement of local atmospheric pressure by using a barometer or by getting the local atmospheric pressure data from the Internet, local airport, or weather station located at the same altitude as your facility.
  • Page 38 2: Maintenance EtCO2 Maintenance Flow Rate Check Perform the EtCO Flow Rate check to validate the values provided by your CO sensors.  To perform the EtCO Flow Rate Check: Enter the Service Mode and select EtCO to access the EtCO maintenance menu.
  • Page 39 EtCO2 Maintenance 2: Maintenance Figure 30 CO2 Accuracy Check Setup, the Capnostart Sensor...
  • Page 40 NOTES...
  • Page 41: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting This chapter describes how to troubleshoot the Efficia DFM100 monitor/defibrillator. Overview The topics covered in this chapter are:  Troubleshooting Tools and Equipment p. 31  Ready For Use Indicator p. 32  Automated Tests p. 33  Shift Check and Weekly Shock Test p.
  • Page 42: Ready For Use Indicator

    Blinking red Low battery not charging Charge the battery as soon as possible by “X” with or no battery. connecting Efficia DFM100 to AC power and/or periodic audio replace the battery with a charged battery. No battery installed and chirp...
  • Page 43: Automated Tests

    Results of tests associated with critical functionality of the device are reported through the RFU indicator and the Automated Test Summary report. Results are also reported through Technical Alarm messages on the display when the Efficia DFM100 is turned on. Table 5 provides a brief explanation of the tests and lists the frequency with which each test is performed.
  • Page 44 Table 6 on page 35. NOTE: The number of weekly tests which can be printed out is configurable. Refer to Efficia DFM100 Instructions for Use -> Chapter 14 Configuration -> Printing Settings for details on how to configure the number.
  • Page 45: Shift Check And Weekly Shock Test

    Weekly Shock Test, and • Operational Check WARNING: Disconnect the ECG leads set from the cable and confirm the Efficia DFM100 is not connected to a patient when performing a Weekly Shock Test or Operational Check. Shift Check In order to help ensure that defibrillators are ready for use when needed, Philips recommends that users complete a check list, often referred to as a shift check, at the beginning of each change in personnel.
  • Page 46: Operational Check

    LEDs light, adjust the paddles in the pockets to improve the electrical contact. If the LEDs continue to light, clean the paddle electrode surfaces. Operational Check Setup The Efficia DFM100 performs the readiness check, and when all readiness conditions are satisfied begins to run Op Check tests. Carefully read the setup instructions on the screen, see Figure 32 for a sample.
  • Page 47 Operational Check 3: Troubleshooting Figure 32 Operational Check Screen — Setup                              ...
  • Page 48: Operational Check Flow

    Operational Check Flow Follow the screen instructions and respond to the prompts. Once you have answered the last prompt (Sync button), you can leave the Efficia DFM100 unattended, and the Op Check will complete. Figure 33 Operational Check Screen — in Progress ...
  • Page 49 Sync from the No Button Response menu. The test is marked Fail, and the Op Check fails. TIP: Once you have responded to the Sync Button prompt, you can leave the Efficia DFM100 unattended, and the Op Check will complete.
  • Page 50 3: Troubleshooting Operational Check Leads ECG Test: Depending on your configuration and attached cables, the test may display: • Pass/ECG Cable • Pass/No Cable • Fail/ECG Cable • Fail/No Cable • Fail If a possible reason of the test failure might be a faulty cable connection, then the following prompt is displayed at the end of all remaining tests: Leads ECG Test Failed With Cable.
  • Page 51: Operational Check Report

    Operational Check 3: Troubleshooting Operational Check Completion At completion of the Op Check:   • The message Operational Check Passed is displayed if all of the tests pass.  • If any test fails, the message Operational Check Failed is displayed along with one or more of the following messages, depending upon the nature of the failed functionality: •...
  • Page 52: Operational Check Summary

    Figure 34 Operational Check Report Operational Check Report Current Test Results: General System Test: Pass Battery Test: Pass Efficia DFM100 866199 Therapy Knob: Pass SpO2 Test: Pass S/N: CN13300008 Charge Button: Pass NBP Test: Pass SW Rev: 1.00.46 American English...
  • Page 53 Operational Check 3: Troubleshooting Figure 35 shows a sample Op Check summary: Figure 35 Operational Check Screen — Summary                      ...
  • Page 54: Additional Notes About The Operational Check

    The device automatically disconnects AC power for the time of this test. • If the Efficia DFM100 is equipped with multifunction defib pads only and does not have a paddle tray, you cannot test paddles during an Op Check.
  • Page 55: Software Error Log

    3: Troubleshooting Software Error Log The Software Error Log is used by the Philips Healthcare software development team. There are no field service actions related to the Software Error Log messages, but the Response Center may ask you to provide the Software Error Log content.
  • Page 56: Troubleshooting Process

    Startup “Startup and OpCheck Messages” page 55 Troubleshooting Process Use the process described here to isolate problems and repair your Efficia DFM100.  To troubleshoot Efficia DFM100: Decontaminate the device using local decontamination procedures. Refer to the Efficia DFM100 Instructions for Use.
  • Page 57 The Op Check tests the functionality of all PCAs and modules present on the device. For example, if the Efficia DFM100 is equipped with the NBP option, the Op Check performs a self-test on that module, and includes the results both on the screen and on the printed report. The Op Check results indicate the area of the device that is experiencing problems.
  • Page 58: Troubleshooting Flowcharts

    3: Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Flowcharts Troubleshooting Flowcharts Figure 39 Figure 40 show the troubleshooting steps for different states of the RFU Indicator. Figure 39 RFU Indicator: Hourglass Turn Therapy Knob to Hourglass Monitor Turn Therapy Knob to Is screen blank? Voice prompt Technical Alarm heard? displayed?
  • Page 59 Troubleshooting Flowcharts 3: Troubleshooting Figure 40 RFU Indicator: Red X No, solid Does the Is the Red X Red X device chirp? blinking? Op Check ECG test Insert a charged battery or passes? allow the battery to charge RFU displays Figure 39 Hourglass? Run ECG test...
  • Page 60: Components Troubleshooting

    Efficia DFM100 Instructions for Use ensures your Efficia DFM100’s readiness and uninterrupted power supply. Battery Testing and Troubleshooting An Efficia DFM100 battery is suspect if you do not know when it was last checked.  To test a suspect battery: Check the battery's fuel gauge.
  • Page 61 Remove AC power and turn the Efficia DFM100 on. If the Efficia DFM100 shuts down immediately or does not turn on, then the battery is faulty. Attempt a shock using the Defibrillator Test Plug (Select the 150 J energy, charge, and shock).
  • Page 62 3: Troubleshooting Components Troubleshooting Table 9 Battery Troubleshooting Symptom Possible Causes Possible Solutions • Battery power indicator displayed in the Battery The battery charge is • Charge the Battery. Status area shows less than 90% capacity. • Fewer than five battery fuel LEDs are on. Battery does not seem to be charging.
  • Page 63 Components Troubleshooting 3: Troubleshooting Figure 41 Power and Battery Troubleshooting Flowchart Efficia DFM100 does not turn on, keep shutting down and restarting Plug the device into a working power outlet Is the AC Check / replace: light on the front •...
  • Page 64: Audio Tones

    Components Troubleshooting Audio Tones The Efficia DFM100 emits tones to alert you to its status. The sound pressure range is based on measurements taken 1 meter from the front of the device at its vertical center and horizontally in front of the speaker.
  • Page 65: Startup And Opcheck Messages

    Components Troubleshooting 3: Troubleshooting Startup and OpCheck Messages Table 12 lists the messages that can occur at startup or Operational Check. Table 12 Startup and OpCheck Messages Message Possible Causes Suggested Solution  Critical failure.  The device cannot deliver ...
  • Page 66: General Problems

    3: Troubleshooting Components Troubleshooting General Problems Table 13 discusses general problems that can occur. Table 14 discusses the Hardware Error Log entries related to the general problems. Table 13 General Monitoring Problems Symptom Possible Causes Suggested Solution  message The clock battery on the Replace clock battery on the Processor PCA Processor PCA failure One or more buttons (Charge, Shock,...
  • Page 67 Components Troubleshooting 3: Troubleshooting Table 14 General Problem Diagnostic with the Hardware Error Log Numeric ID Info String Possible Cause Suggested Solutions   Test is not completed in • Reinstall software time. • Replace SOM PCA • Replace Processor PCA •...
  • Page 68: Pacing Problems

    Excessive motion artifact Ensure that the user reduces patient  message movement  Wrong pads or paddles type Use only Philips-approved pads or paddles message Pads or paddles failure Replace pads or paddles...
  • Page 69 Components Troubleshooting 3: Troubleshooting Table 17 “ECG Diagnostic with the Hardware Error Log”, the Numeric IDs of the (9:nn) format indicate problems with Leads ECG, and the ones of the (10:nn) format indicate problems with Pads ECG. Table 17 ECG Diagnostic with the Hardware Error Log Numeric ID Info String Possible Cause Suggested Solution...
  • Page 70: Defibrillation Problems

    Check/restore connection Manual Defib Paddles failure • Confirm paddles problem by connecting Pads and attempting Mode using to charge device using Charge button on the Efficia DFM100 Charge button on • Replace paddles if needed paddles Problem with internal Check/restore connections between Therapy port and Therapy...
  • Page 71 Front panel button failure Run Controls Test to see if the button is or AED mode using Shock operating. Replace UI PCA if needed. button on Efficia DFM100 UI PCA failure Replace UI PCA • Does not deliver correct energy...
  • Page 72 3: Troubleshooting Components Troubleshooting Table 19 Defibrillation Discharging Problems (Continued) Symptom Possible Cause Suggested Solution Charges OK, but disarms Device sensed Pads Off or Cable Off due • Observe screen messages spontaneously to pads losing contact with patient • Make sure loss of contact is not due to patient movement Pads / cable failure Replace pads or pads cable...
  • Page 73 Components Troubleshooting 3: Troubleshooting Table 20 Defibrillation Diagnostic with the Hardware Error Log (Continued) Numeric ID Info String Possible Cause Suggested Solution    Therapy Cable or connection • Run Op Check failure • Replace Therapy Cable • Replace Therapy Port •...
  • Page 74: Spo 2 Monitoring Problems

    3: Troubleshooting Components Troubleshooting Monitoring Problems Table 21 Monitoring Problems Symptom Possible Causes Suggested Solution  message. sensor or cable failure • Try another sensor and cable • Replace Measurement Module Panel • Replace SpO  message PCA failure Replace SpO ...
  • Page 75: Nbp Monitoring Problems

    3: Troubleshooting NBP Monitoring Problems Test the Efficia DFM100 NBP module if indicated by the troubleshooting, or if there is an uncertainty about the module performance. Experienced and trained Efficia DFM100 users (e.g. nurses or biomedical and clinical engineers) may perform the NBP test using the NBP testing service tool. The training material is included in the kit.
  • Page 76 The safety features cause the valve to open and the pressure to drop. Leakage Test Regardless of your configuration settings, millimeters of mercury are the unit of measure for pressure in the Efficia DFM100 calibration.  To test the NBP module for leaks: Squeeze the manometer pump and apply a pressure of 250mmHg/33.3Kpa/333mb/4.83psi/0.329atm/9.84inHg.
  • Page 77 Components Troubleshooting 3: Troubleshooting Table 22 NBP Monitoring Problems (Continued) Symptom Possible Causes Suggested Solution  message Defective NBP hardware Replace NBP module if persists  message NBP Module autotest failure  message NBP cuff blockage • Check tubes for kinks •...
  • Page 78: Etco2 Monitoring Problems

    3: Troubleshooting Components Troubleshooting EtCO Monitoring Problems When troubleshooting EtCO problems, it is recommended to replace the EtCO sensor first. If the problem still exists, try to replace internal tubing, and tubing of the EtCO module. If the EtCO module does not start work when you connect a sampling line, try to repeat the standard testing sequence, for example: Return to the Main Menu Reconnect the sampling line...
  • Page 79 Monitoring Problems (Continued) Symptom Possible Causes Suggested Solution  tech. alarm Unexpected module Disconnect sensor and reboot. behavior. Philips asks you to Reconnect sensor. report this unexpected Export error logs and report to the Response software problem Center.  tech. alarm The calculated value is over •...
  • Page 80: Controls Problems

    3: Troubleshooting Components Troubleshooting Controls Problems If the controls performance becomes a suspect, run the controls tests as described in “Controls Test” page 160. Table 24 discusses control problems that can occur. Table 24 Controls Problems Symptom Possible Cause Suggested Solution ...
  • Page 81: Usb Problems

    Test the USB if indicated by the troubleshooting. The USB test is safe for the data on the USB drive. The USB test verifies both the USB flash drive and Efficia DFM100 USB Port performance. If in doubt, test the suspect USB flash drive on different Efficia DFM100 devices or different USB flash drives on the suspect device.
  • Page 82: Display Problems

    3: Troubleshooting Components Troubleshooting Display Problems Run the Display Test (see “Display Test” on page 162) to inspect the screen for defective pixels, random lines or dots, visible permanent patterns, or flickering. Table 26 Display Problems Symptom Possible Cause Suggested Solution Display is all dark, no response to controls.
  • Page 83: Printing Problems

    Dirty printhead Clean printhead according to the procedures in the Instructions for Use Wrong paper Use Philips-approved paper Paper loaded backwards Check paper position Operating temperature is beyond • Stop printing and allow the printer to cool specified range •...
  • Page 84 3: Troubleshooting Components Troubleshooting Table 28 Printing Problems (Continued) Symptom Possible Cause Suggested Solution White line running along paper Dirt on printhead Clean printhead Dots (printhead elements) stuck off Replace printer due to printer failure  • message Printer failure Replace printer •...
  • Page 85: Repair

    Only qualified technical personnel who have been trained in the safe and proper servicing of the Efficia DFM100 should open the defibrillator/monitor case, remove and replace components, or make adjustments. WARNING: Efficia DFM100 service should only be performed by qualified service personnel, in accordance with this document, the Efficia DFM100 Service Manual.
  • Page 86: Repair Philosophy

    CAUTION: Individual component replacement should not be attempted. Component level repair is not supported due to the extensive use of surface mount technology and the high parts-density on the circuit boards. Unauthorized component replacement can impair performance of the Efficia DFM100 and void the warranty.
  • Page 87: Repair Notes

    Efficia DFM100 defibrillator/monitor. Safety Precautions WARNING: Remove all power sources (AC and battery) before opening the Efficia DFM100. Failure to do so may allow the device to charge without warning and could result in serious injury or death. CAUTION: Take the necessary precautions against shock or injury before you conduct defibrillator/monitor tests or repairs.
  • Page 88 4: Repair Overview Device Reassembly If your repair kit contains new accessories like shields, screws, etc., then install the new accessories and discard the old ones. If you do not reassemble the device correctly, it may no longer be properly sealed. This could result in dust and moisture damage to the device.
  • Page 89: External Assemblies

    This section describes how to remove and replace assemblies that are external to the case. You do not need to open the case for any of these procedures. NOTE: See the Efficia DFM100 Instructions for Use for information on attaching the carrying case and accessory pouches.
  • Page 90 4: Repair External Assemblies Pull out and remove the compartment cover. See Figure Figure 45 Battery Compartment Cover-2  Removal Battery Latch Press the latch in the direction of the arrow. See Figure 46A. Quickly release the latch. The latch will be ejected. See Figure 46B.
  • Page 91: Bedrail Mount

    External Assemblies 4: Repair Bedrail Mount  Preparation Turn the device off and remove the battery and the AC.  Removal Loosen and remove the two M 4x25 screws with washers on A position. Loosen and remove the two M 4x12 screws with washers on B position. See Figure Remove the bedrail mount.
  • Page 92: Labels

    4: Repair External Assemblies Labels There are three groups of labels for the Efficia DFM100: • the Instruction label • the Primary label, and • the Optional Key labels (optional) Instruction Label The Instruction Labels include Measurement Module Labels, Control Panel Labels and Softkey Labels.
  • Page 93: External Assemblies

    External Assemblies 4: Repair Primary Label Primary label is not included in the label set and shipped with the device. It lists the Serial Number and the Options Key, and is affixed to the bottom of the device. See “Primary Label” on page 17.
  • Page 94: Handle Assembly

    4: Repair External Assemblies Handle Assembly  Preparation Turn the device off and remove the battery and the AC. M4 Phillips screw driver.  Removal Remove the two plastic handle plugs using tweezers. Loosen and remove the four M 4 x16 screws with washers in the handle. See Figure Remove the handle.
  • Page 95: Paddle Tray And Plates

    External Assemblies 4: Repair Paddle Tray and Plates  You need an M3 Phillips screwdriver for this repair.  Preparation Turn the device off. Disconnect AC power and remove the battery. Place the device on the work surface with the top side facing you. ...
  • Page 96 4: Repair External Assemblies Remove the two silicone pads and remove the two metal plates. See Figure Figure 52 Removing the Plates Silicone Gasket  Replacement If you are replacing the metal plates only, do following steps: Position the paddle tray up side down, the longer side of the tray is at horizontal position. Place the new metal plates into the left and right pockets and install the two silicone gaskets to lock the plates in position.
  • Page 97: Printer

    External Assemblies 4: Repair Printer  Preparation Turn the device off. Disconnect AC power and remove the battery.  Removal Pull up on the printer door latch and open the printer door. Remove the paper roll. Loosen the two captive M 3x10 screws inside, see Figure Remove the printer by pressing the printer lock inside and pulling it straight out of the printer well.
  • Page 98 4: Repair External Assemblies  Replacement Install the Printer Cable, see Figure Slide the Printer straight into the printer compartment and gently push until it clicks in place. Open the Printer door and tighten the two pan head M 3x10 screws. Replace the paper per illustration printed on the printer door, and close the door.
  • Page 99: Therapy Knob / Smart Select Knob

    External Assemblies 4: Repair Therapy Knob / Smart Select Knob  Preparation Turn the device off. Disconnect all external power and remove the battery.  Removal and Replacement Pull the Knob off its shaft. Use pliers to grab the center of the Knob and pull it straight out shaft. Make sure that the plier lips have smooth surface which will not damage the cosmetics of the Knob.
  • Page 100: Internal Assemblies - Introduction

    4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Introduction Internal Assemblies — Introduction This section is organized into the following topics:  Opening the Case . p. 90  Overview of the Internal Assemblies . p. 92 WARNING: Remove all power sources (AC, battery) before opening the device. Failure to do so may allow the device to charge without warning and could result in serious injury or death.
  • Page 101 Internal Assemblies — Introduction 4: Repair Figure 56 Case Screws Put the device on a padded work surface with the display towards you. Carefully open the Front Case no more than 10 cm. Carefully unplug the UI PCA connection cable and the LCD Display connection cable and hold the Front Case while removing the cables, see Figure Figure 57...
  • Page 102: Overview Of The Internal Assemblies

    4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Introduction Discharging the Therapy Capacitor WARNING: Use extreme caution in the following steps. Dangerous voltages may be present on components and connections. Do not touch any components or connections until you are sure the Therapy Capacitor is discharged.
  • Page 103: Internal Assemblies - Front Case

    Internal Assemblies — Front Case 4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Front Case This section is organized into the following topics:  LCD Display p. 95  Alarm Speaker . p. 100  Therapy Encoder / Smart Select Knob Encoder . p. 101 ...
  • Page 104 4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Front Case Figure 60 Front Case Overview-2 R1.1 LCD Display Assembly R1.1 RFU Indicator Smart Select Knob Encoder Therapy Encoder UI PCA R1.1 Speaker...
  • Page 105: Lcd Display

    Open the Case. See “Opening the Case” on page 90. Position the Efficia DFM100 display side down.  Removal LCD Display R1.0 Press middle area and lift right side of the two plastic cable fasteners to loose the fasteners, see...
  • Page 106 4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Front Case Figure 62 LCD Display Assembly-2 Remove the metal housing and the LCD protective silicone cover, see Figure 63 A and B. Figure 63 LCD Display Assembly-3 Metal Shield LCD Protective Cover Use 75% Isopropanol Alcohol to clean the hot melt glue. See Figure 64 Carefully remove the LCD Display cable, see Figure 64...
  • Page 107 Internal Assemblies — Front Case 4: Repair Figure 64 LCD Display Assembly-4 NOTE: Individual LCD Display cable 453564489521 is ONLY used for LCD Display R1.0.
  • Page 108 4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Front Case  Replace LCD Display R1.0 Install the LCD Display Cable, see Figure 64B. Use hot melt glue and hot melt glue gun to seal the LCD Display Cable, see Figure 64 A. Wait until it cools Install the LCD protective cover and metal shield, see Figure...
  • Page 109 Internal Assemblies — Front Case 4: Repair  Replace LCD Display R1.1 Put the LCD Display R1.1 assembly into the metal shield. Put the 2-pin LCD Display wire through the small metal hole on the shield, see Figure Figure 66 LCD Display Assembly-6 Insert the 2-pin LCD Display Cable Wire rough the small hole on the...
  • Page 110: Alarm Speaker

    4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Front Case Alarm Speaker  Preparation Open the Case. See “Opening the Case” on page 90. Put the front case assembly on the table with the back facing towards you.  Removal Unplug the Alarm Speaker cable from the UI PCA. Remove the two 3x8 self-tapping screws to remove the speaker mounting bracket, see Figure Remove the Alarm Speaker.
  • Page 111: Therapy Encoder / Smart Select Knob Encoder

    Loosen and remove the 9/16-inch nut and washer, see Figure Open and separate Case. See “Opening the Case” on page 90. Position the Efficia DFM100 with the display facing down.  Removal Unplug the cable from the UI PCA. Remove the Therapy Encoder from the front case.
  • Page 112: Ui Pca

    Table 36 on page 179.  Preparation Open the Case. See “Opening the Case” on page 90. Position the Efficia DFM100 display side down.  Removal UI PCA R1.0 Unplug the five cables, see Figure Figure 69 UI PCA-1 RFU Indicator...
  • Page 113 Internal Assemblies — Front Case 4: Repair Figure 70 UI PCA-2 Remove the UI PCA.  Removal UI PCA R1.1 Unplug the seven cables, see Figure Figure 71 UI PCA-3 Indicator Cable Therapy Encoder Cable RFU Indicator Cable UI PCA to Processor PCA Cable Smart Select Knob Encoder Cable...
  • Page 114 4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Front Case  Replacement Install the UI PCA. Install the fourteen ST 3x8 self-tapping screws, see Figure Plug in the cables, see Figure 69 for UI PCA R1.0 or Figure 71 for UI PCA R1.1. Put the LCD Display Cable into the two plastic cable fasteners on UI PCA, see Figure Close the Case.
  • Page 115: Rfu Indicator

    RFU Indicator  Preparation Open the Case. See “Opening the Case” on page 90. Position the Efficia DFM100 display side facing down. Remove the UI PCA. See “UI PCA” on page 102.  Removal Remove the RFU Protective Silicone Cover.
  • Page 116: Tubing Gasket Replacement

    4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Front Case Tubing Gasket Replacement The Tubing Gasket protects the internal assemblies of the Efficia DFM100 from moisture and dust. There are three Tubing Gaskets inside the Efficia DFM100: • on the perimeter of the Front Case to seal off the gaps between Front Case and Rear Case assembly.
  • Page 117: Internal Assemblies - Rear Case Assembly

    Therapy Port . p. 109  Printer Assembly . p. 111 Rear Case Assembly Overview The Rear Case Assembly of the Efficia DFM100 includes: • Main Chassis (See “Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis” on page 112) • Main PCA Module •...
  • Page 118 4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Rear Case Assembly Remove cable tie and unplug the connectors and NBP tube, see Figure Figure 74 Measurement Module-2 EtCO SpO2 NBP Tube  Replacement Install the Measurement Module and make sure it seats flat against the side wall of the Rear Case at tis designated place.
  • Page 119: Therapy Port

    Internal Assemblies — Rear Case Assembly 4: Repair Therapy Port  You need the following tools for this repair: • Therapy Port Replacement Tool (453564500151)  Removal Open the Case. See “Opening the Case” on page 90. Remove the three M 3x10 screws, see Figure Figure 75 Therapy Port-1...
  • Page 120 4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Rear Case Assembly Use the Therapy Port Replacement Tool (P/N: 453564500151) to loosen the nut completely, see Figure Figure 78 Therapy Port-4 Therapy Port Replacement Tool Lock Nut Pull out the Therapy Port. Notice the waterproof gasket and the nut. Figure 79 Therapy Port-5 Therapy Port Replacement Tool...
  • Page 121: Printer Assembly

    Internal Assemblies — Rear Case Assembly 4: Repair Printer Assembly The Printer Assembly is composed of the thermal Printer and the Printer Compartment.  Preparation Open the Case. See “Opening the Case” on page 90. Remove the Therapy Port. See “Therapy Port”...
  • Page 122: Internal Assemblies - Main Chassis

    4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis This section is organized into the following topics:  Separating Main Chassis and Rear Case p. 113  Disassembling Main Chassis p. 115  Assembling the Main Chassis p.
  • Page 123: Separating Main Chassis And Rear Case

    “Printer Assembly” on page 111.  Removal Position the Efficia DFM100 back side towards you. Remove the four M 3x10 screws with washers, Figure Figure 82 Main Chassis-1 Turn the Efficia DFM100 front side towards you. Use the straight-tip needle-nose pliers to remove...
  • Page 124 Remove the five M 4x16 screws with washers (1 to 5)and two M 3x10 screws in black circle, see Figure Figure 84 Main Chassis-3 Position the Rear Case Assembly of the Efficia DFM100 bottom side down. Hold the plastic part of the Main Chassis and pull out the Main Chassis. Figure 85 Main Chassis-4...
  • Page 125: Disassembling Main Chassis

    Main Chassis Disassembly-1 I/O PCA Connector Cable Use the straight-tip needle-nose pliers to wiggle and pull the two spade connectors, and use Philips head screw driver to remove M 3x23 screw with washers to loosen the ground cable, see Figure...
  • Page 126 4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis Unplug the two fan cables and remove the seven M 3x23 screws with washers, see Figure Figure 88 Main Chassis Disassembly-3 Cables Release the front part latches A and B, use flat head screw driver if need, see Figure Figure 89 Main Chassis Disassembly-4...
  • Page 127 Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis 4: Repair Remove the two power cables and one Battery Signal Cable, see Figure two-pin DC Power Output Cable connects the AC Power Module and the Therapy PCA. four-pin Battery Power Cable connects the Therapy PCA and the Battery PCA. Figure 91 Main Chassis Disassembly-6 Battery Signal...
  • Page 128: Assembling The Main Chassis

    4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis Assembling the Main Chassis When assembling the Main PCA Module, there are numbers of cables need to connect to the Therapy PCA. See Table To assemble the Main PCA Module and the Back Part Assembly of the Main Chassis: Connect the two power cables to J1 and J2 sockets on the Therapy PCA.
  • Page 129: Spo2 Pca

    Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis 4: Repair Table 30 Therapy PCA Cable Connection Sockets PCA Mark Description Connects To Disconnect By 2-wire buddle AC Power Assembly Loosen latch, pull 4-wire buddle Battery PCA Loosen latch, pull 4-pin buddle Battery PCA Gently unplug spade connector Therapy Capacitor Cable (red)
  • Page 130: Spo2 Pca Standoffs

    4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis  To Complete the Replacement  Run Performance Verification and Safety testing as described in the “Performance Verification” chapter. NOTE: You can also remove the SpO2 PCA after you opening the Main Case. See “Opening the Case”...
  • Page 131: Processor Pca

    178 for part numbers. Give the user the README document that contains instructions for downloading the most recent Efficia DFM100 Instructions for Use from the Philips’ Documentation and Download web site http://www.philips.co.in/healthcare/product/HCNOCTN294/efficia-dfm100 CAUTION: Never touch the Processor PCA surface with your fingers, always use gloves.
  • Page 132 4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis Remove the nine M 3x10 screws with washers, see Figure Figure 97 Processor PCA-2 Button Battery Remove the Processor PCA. Remove the two SpO PCA Support Pillars, see “SpO2 PCA Standoffs” on page 120. ...
  • Page 133: System-on-module (som) Pca

     Preparation Save the customer’s configuration settings to a USB flash drive so the configuration can be restored after the repair is complete. See the Efficia DFM100 Instructions for Use for information. Open the Case. See “Opening the Case” on page 90.
  • Page 134 After you have replaced the SOM PCA and reassembled the device, you must enter the device’s serial number to make the Efficia DFM100 operational. If the serial number is not entered, the device powers up with the message Equipment Disabled: Therapy. Normal operation is not possible, and the device powers up into Service Mode, where you can enter the serial number.
  • Page 135 Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis 4: Repair Figure 100 Entering Serial Number       Main Processor Board       Therapy Board     SpO2 Module SpO2 Module    ...
  • Page 136 4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis CAUTION: After the upgrade start, be careful not to interrupt the software installation process by removing the USB flash drive or power source or turning the Therapy Knob. Figure 101 Software Upgrade Progress Screen ...
  • Page 137 Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis 4: Repair Figure 102 Enabling Options       Main Processor Board      Therapy Board     SpO2 Module SpO2 Module     EtCO2 Module Printer Module ...
  • Page 138 If you are upgrading the device’s software, it is essential that the customer gets the latest Instructions for Use. Make sure the customer gets the README document, which provides instructions for downloading the latest Efficia DFM100 Instructions for Use from the Philips Documentation and Downloads web site at: http://www.philips.com/ProductDocs.
  • Page 139: Button Battery

    Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis 4: Repair Button Battery The Button Battery resides on the Processor PCA, next to the Therapy Knob connector, see Figure 97 page 122. Make sure you clean the contact clips and the new battery with isopropyl alcohol wipes. The operating time of the Button Battery is at least 5 years.
  • Page 140: Therapy Pca

    4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis Therapy PCA Removing the Therapy PCA involves disconnecting many cables and removing many screws. Take your time and be methodical. CAUTION: Never touch the Therapy PCA surface with your fingers. Keep the replacement Therapy PCA in the antistatic pouch until ready to install. ...
  • Page 141 Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis 4: Repair  Replacement Align the screw holes on the Therapy PCA with the screw holes on the metal plate. Secure the two M 3 x 15 screws with washers, and connect the Therapy PCA Connector Cable, Battery Signal Cable and Battery Power Cable, see Figure 104, to the Therapy PCA.
  • Page 142: I/o Assembly

    4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis I/O Assembly  Preparation Open the Case. See “Opening the Case” on page 90. Remove the Main Chassis. See “Separating Main Chassis and Rear Case” on page 113.  Removal Unplug the I/O PCA Connector Cable and the NBP Cable, see Figure 105.
  • Page 143 Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis 4: Repair Figure 107 I/O Assembly-3 Remove the I/O Assembly, see Figure 108. Note the spring behind the I/O PCA. Figure 108 I/O Assembly-4 Spring  Replacement Replace the new I/O Assembly, snap the new I/O Assembly onto the Main Chassis, and tighten the M 3x23 screws with washers.
  • Page 144: I/o Pca

    4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis I/O PCA  Preparation Open the Case. See “Opening the Case” on page 90. Remove the Main Chassis. See “Separating Main Chassis and Rear Case” on page 113. Remove the I/O Assembly. See “I/O PCA”...
  • Page 145: Nbp Module

    Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis 4: Repair NBP Module  Preparation Open the Case. See “Opening the Case” on page 90. Remove the Main Chassis. See “Separating Main Chassis and Rear Case” on page 113. Remove the Main PCA Module. See “Disassembling Main Chassis”...
  • Page 146 4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis Figure 112 NBP Module-3 Plastic Hook  Replacement Use alcohol remove the adhesive pad remained on plastic chassis. Install the new NBP module and place the tube onto the plastic hook. See Figure 112.
  • Page 147 Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis 4: Repair Remove the cover paper on the other side of the Paddle-in-Pockets Shield, hold the edge of the shield and use a flat head screw driver to help you adhere the Paddle-in-Pockets Shield. See Figure 115.
  • Page 148: Internal Resistors Module

    4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis Internal Resistors Module  Preparation Open the Case. See “Opening the Case” on page 90. Remove the Main Chassis. See “Separating Main Chassis and Rear Case” on page 113. Remove the Main PCA Module from the Main Chassis, See “Disassembling Main Chassis”...
  • Page 149: Power Supply Assembly

    Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis 4: Repair Power Supply Assembly  You need one cable tie for this repair.  Preparation Open the Case. See “Opening the Case” on page 90. Remove the Main Chassis. See “Separating Main Chassis and Rear Case” on page 113.
  • Page 150 4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis Figure 120 Power Supply-3 DC Power Output Cable  Replacement Replace a new Power Supply Assembly and install the two M 3x4 flat head screws. See Figure 118. Use a new cable tie to bound the magnet ring on the Middle Frame.See Figure 119.
  • Page 151: Fans

    Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis 4: Repair Fans This procedure is written to replace both fans. You may need to replace one at time. Read the fan descriptions before the repair: Table 31 Fan Descriptions Name Location Therapy PCA Mark Disconnect By Fan 1 Close to Power Supply Assembly...
  • Page 152 4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis Connect the fan cables to J12 and J13 on the Therapy PCA, see Figure 88 Table Install the Main PCA Module. See “Assembling the Main Chassis” on page 118. Install the Main Chassis. See “Separating Main Chassis and Rear Case”...
  • Page 153: Therapy Capacitor

    Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis 4: Repair Therapy Capacitor  Preparation Open the Case. See “Opening the Case” on page 90. Remove the Main Chassis. See “Separating Main Chassis and Rear Case” on page 113. Remove the Main PCA Module from the Main Chassis, See “Disassembling Main Chassis”...
  • Page 154 4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis Use a new cable tie to fix the Capacitor. Make the smooth side of the cable tie facing you. Insert the cable tie into the holes 1 and 2 in sequence and tighten the cable tie. See Figure 125.
  • Page 155: Therapy Pca High Voltage Cable

    Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis 4: Repair Therapy PCA High Voltage Cable  You need following tools for this repair: • 75% Isopropyl Alcohol • Hot Melt Glue • Hot Melt Glue Gun  Preparation Open the Case. See “Opening the Case” on page 90.
  • Page 156 4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Main Chassis Connect the two spade connectors of the Therapy PCA High Voltage Cable to J8 and J10 on the Therapy PCA, see Figure 87 Table Install the Main PCA Module. See “Assembling the Main Chassis” on page 118.
  • Page 157: Internal Assemblies - Rear Case

    Internal Assemblies — Rear Case 4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Rear Case This section is organized into the following topics:  Battery PCA . p. 147  Paddle Tray Short Circuiting Cable . p. 148 Battery PCA  Removal Open the Case. See “Opening the Case”...
  • Page 158: Paddle Tray Short Circuiting Cable

    4: Repair Internal Assemblies — Rear Case Paddle Tray Short Circuiting Cable  Preparation Remove the Paddle Tray and Plates. See “Paddle Tray and Plates” on page 85. Open the Case. See “Opening the Case” on page 90. Remove the Main Chassis. See “Separating Main Chassis and Rear Case”...
  • Page 159: Closing The Case

    84. Install the Bedrail Mount, if present. See “Bedrail Mount” on page 81. Install accessory pouches, if present. See the Efficia DFM100 Instructions for Use.  To Complete the Repair  Run Performance Verification and Safety testing as described in the “Performance...
  • Page 160 NOTES...
  • Page 161: Chapter 5 Performance Verification

    Performance Verification Overview This chapter describes how to verify the performance of the Efficia DFM100 monitor/defibrillator after repairs are complete. This chapter is organized into the following sections:  Required Testing Levels . p. 151  Verification Test Equipment . p. 152 ...
  • Page 162: External Repairs (printer Removed)

    5: Performance Verification Verification Test Equipment External Repairs (Printer Removed) The Printer PCA is located inside the Printer Assembly. If the Printer was replaced or removed, and the case was not opened, the following tests are required: • Perform the Visual Inspection (see “Visual Inspection”...
  • Page 163: Test And Inspection Matrix

    Leakage current measurement range ±2% or ±2 A Leakage current measurement accuracy Test and Inspection Matrix Table 33 summarizes Performance Verification tests and inspections for the Efficia DFM100. Table 33 Test and Inspection Matrix Test Group Test or Inspection to Perform...
  • Page 164 5: Performance Verification Test and Inspection Matrix Table 33 Test and Inspection Matrix (Continued) Test Group Test or Inspection to Perform Expected Test Results Data to Record Name x = p (pass) or f (fail) Functional Checks: In normal Clinical Mode, perform the following functional checks: ECG (E) Using an ECG simulator, perform Leads If all checks pass, and all data within limits:...
  • Page 165 (if AC Power Energy measured by analyzer: used in Delivered into 50-ohm test load 200 ± 20 J normal Setting displayed by Efficia DFM100: 200 J operation) Delivered energy Actual delivered energy ± 10% then Defibrillator Measurement test passes Defibrillator...
  • Page 166 5: Performance Verification Test and Inspection Matrix Table 33 Test and Inspection Matrix (Continued) Test Group Test or Inspection to Perform Expected Test Results Data to Record Name x = p (pass) or f (fail) Chassis Use ECG Out (Sync) jack as ground NC If Normal Condition Maximum leakage S3:x/dd/eee Leakage (S3)
  • Page 167: Performance Verification Procedures

    – Safety tests, which consist of connecting the Efficia DFM100 to a safety analyzer and measuring results. The Performance Tests are sequenced to check more basic functions first, and then build on that to check more complex functions.
  • Page 168: Visual Inspection

    An undamaged, sufficiently charged battery. – A new, dry roll of Philips printer paper. The Printer may jam if the paper is wet. Also, the Printer may be damaged if wet paper is allowed to dry while in contact with the printhead elements.
  • Page 169: Service Mode Tests

    Operational Check (Op Check) should be performed at regular intervals to supplement the hourly, daily, and weekly Automated Tests executed by the Efficia DFM100. Automated Tests provide adequate assurance that the device is in a functional state of readiness. Op Check supplements the Automated Tests by verifying therapy cables, the ECG cable, paddles, and audio functionality, along with replicating the Weekly test.
  • Page 170 5: Performance Verification Performance Verification Procedures Printer Test The printer test checks printer parameters, and prints test patterns to check the print head and the paper drive mechanism.  To start the Printer Test: Select Printer Test from the Service Mode Main menu and press the Smart Select Knob. The printer prints a series of test patterns.
  • Page 171 Performance Verification Procedures 5: Performance Verification  To perform controls test: Access Service Mode Select Controls Test from the Service Mode menu. The controls test screen appears (Figure 131). Figure 131 Controls Test Screen       ...
  • Page 172 5: Performance Verification Performance Verification Procedures If there is a mismatch, then: • If there is a mismatch in Therapy Knob, then check the Therapy Knob connections and replace the Therapy Knob or Therapy Switch as necessary. • If there is a mismatch in the Paddles group, then check the Paddles connections and test the Paddles.
  • Page 173: Functional Checks

    The USB test is safe for the data on the USB drive. The USB test verifies both the USB flash drive and Efficia DFM100 USB port performance. If in doubt, test the suspect USB flash drive on different devices or different USB flash drives on the suspect device.
  • Page 174: Ecg Check

    Setup Set up the simulator: Connect a Therapy cable and ECG cable to the Efficia DFM100. Connect the ECG simulator to both the Therapy cable and the 3- or 5-lead ECG cable. Set the simulator for normal sinus rhythm (NSR), 1 mV amplitude, and 30 bpm.
  • Page 175: Spo 2 Check

    SpO monitor. Connect the sensor. Attach the SpO sensor to your finger and to the Efficia DFM100. Turn the Therapy Knob to Monitor. Observe: The pleth wave is clear. The SpO value displayed is in the range of 95-100%. If the value is less than 95%, check that your finger is fully inserted into the sensor and properly positioned.
  • Page 176: Defibrillator Test (battery Power At 200 J)

    Test the Charge/Shock Functions Charge and deliver a 200 J shock: Turn the Efficia DFM100’s Therapy Knob to 200 J. Press the Charge button to charge the Efficia DFM100. Press the Shock button to deliver the shock to the defibrillator analyzer.
  • Page 177: Defibrillator Charge Cancellation Test

    Set Pacer mode to Fixed. Test Pacing Generate a fixed pacing waveform on the Efficia DFM100 for 70 ppm @ 30 mA. Press the Pacer Settings soft key and rotate the Smart Select Knob to set the rate to 70 ppm.
  • Page 178: Synchronized Cardioversion Test

    If clinicians use an external monitor as the ECG source, you must verify that the external monitor and the Efficia DFM100 combination will deliver a synchronized shock within 60 ms of the peak of the R-wave. Use a 1 mV QRS complex with a QRS width of 40 ms. This performance cannot be guaranteed with all commercially available monitors.
  • Page 179: Safety Tests

    Verify that all LEDs on the PCI are lit. Safety Tests This section discusses tests of the Efficia DFM100’s electrical safety. The Philips Safety test designation for each test is provided for reference of Philips service personnel. This section is organized into the following topics: ...
  • Page 180 Protective Earth Resistance Figure 132 illustrates the protective earth resistance measurement of Efficia DFM100. Figure 132 Efficia DFM100 Protective Earth Resistance Test Diagram Acceptable test results: Maximum impedance x < 100m(IEC 60601-1 and UL 60601-1). Records as “aaa”.
  • Page 181 CAUTION: Do not touch the leads during this test. ECG leads (IEC Type CF) • Source (out of leads into Efficia DFM100) – Normal Condition (both AC line connections and earth ground intact) Should be < 10 A. Record as “ff ”.
  • Page 182 5: Performance Verification Performance Verification Procedures – Single Fault Condition is with AC Mains voltage on Applied Parts (both AC line connections and earth ground intact) Should be < 50 A. Record as “kk”. External Paddles/Pads (IEC type BF) • Source: –...
  • Page 183: Iec62353

    Medical Electrical Equipment And Medial Electrical System and comply with IEC60601-1. This section describes the tests of Efficia DFM100’s electrical safety based on the requirement of IEC62353. For those facilities which follow IEC62353, follow the instructions listed in this section.
  • Page 184: Insulation Resistance (not Mandatory)

    Table 34 “Acceptable Test Results” on page 175 Figure 135 Efficia DFM100 Insulation Resistance Test Diagram - Mains Part and Protective Earth Figure 136 Efficia DFM100 Insulation Resistance Test Diagram - Mains Part and Non-Earthed Accessible Conductive Parts...
  • Page 185 Performance Verification Procedures 5: Performance Verification Figure 138 Efficia DFM100 Insulation Resistance Test Diagram - F-Type Applied Parts and Protective Earth Figure 139 Efficia DFM100 Insulation Resistance Test Diagram - F-Type Applied Parts and Non-Earthed Accessible Conductive Parts Table 34...
  • Page 186: Leakage Currents

    Performance Verification Procedures Leakage Currents Refer to Figure 133 “Efficia DFM100 Leakage Current Test Diagram” on page 170. NOTE: ˙ Check accessible conductive parts for touch current (enclosure leakage current), but not for protective earth resistance because they are not protectively earthed.
  • Page 187: Appendix A Parts And Accessories

    Tel: +86 755 86278308 Fax: +86 755 86278392 E-mail: goldway.service@philips.com Ordering Supplies and Accessories To order accessories and supplies: • Visit Philips Healthcare web site at: http://www.healthcare.philips.com/main/products/resuscitation/products/als/index.wpd. • Contact your local Philips Healthcare Sales Office or your authorized Philips Healthcare Dealer or Distributor.
  • Page 188: Key Component Tracking

    Components require detailed tracking, by recording the Key Component part number and either the Key Component’s date code or its serial number. This data must be recorded for both the failed assembly and the replacement assembly. Philips Healthcare service personnel must record this information on the Customer Service Order (CSO).
  • Page 189: Replacement Pcas And Assemblies

    Electrical Assemblies A: Parts and Accessories Table 35 Software Support Tool (Continued) Description 12NC DFM100-Software Support Tool-Hungarian 453564489861 DFM100-Software Support Tool-Turkish 453564489871 DFM100-Software Support Tool-Russian 453564489881 DFM100-Software Support Tool-Romanian 453564489901 Replacement PCAs and Assemblies These PCAs come with specific parts, as noted. Table 36 Replacement PCAs ASSY Description...
  • Page 190: Internal Cables

    A: Parts and Accessories Electrical Assemblies Table 38 External Electrical Components Description 12NC DFM100 Therapy Receptacle ASSY * 453564488971 Measurement Modules: ECG only 453564489131 ECG and SpO 453564489141 ECG, SpO , and NBP 453564489151 ECG, SpO , NBP and EtCO 453564489161 ECG, SpO , and EtCO...
  • Page 191: Paddles

    For the convenience of Philips field personnel, the 453563476991 water-resistant paddle assembly including labels is available through normal parts-ordering channels. This number is for the use of Philips personnel only. Users and non-Philips repair personnel should refer “Key Components” on page 184.
  • Page 192 A: Parts and Accessories Mechanical Assemblies Table 41 Individual Mechanical Parts Description 12NC Comment DFM100 Processor Insulation Film 453564489461 set of 10 DFM100 Therapy Insulation Film 453564489471 set of 10 DFM100 Paddle Buckle 453564489481 set of 10 DFM100 Short Metal Slice 453564489491 set of 10 DFM100 Metal Slice Pressure Spring...
  • Page 193: Labels

    A: Parts and Accessories Labels There are two groups of labels that are available to order for the Efficia DFM100: the Branding (or Nameplate) label 453564280551 and the Instruction Labels set. The Primary Label is only available as part of field replacement kits.
  • Page 194: Key Components

    A: Parts and Accessories Key Components Key Components Key Components require tracking, as indicated in Table 43. Record the part number and tracking method (the date code, serial number, or lot/batch#) for both the failed and replacement components. Table 43 Key Components Replacement Assembly Kit Key Component...
  • Page 195 Key Components A: Parts and Accessories Table 43 Key Components (Continued) Replacement Assembly Kit Key Component Description Part Number Description Part Number Tracking Method Internal Defibrillation Paddles M1741A 7.5-cm Switchless M1741A M1742A 6.0-cm Switchless M1742A Date Code M1743A 4.5-cm Switchless M1743A Internal Defibrillation M4741A...
  • Page 196 NOTES...
  • Page 197: Appendix B Theory Of Operation

    Theory of Operation Appendix1 This chapter provides waveforms, system level interconnection schematics, and functional descriptions of the components contained in the Efficia DFM100. Waveforms The following diagrams show the waveforms of a 200-J shock and of a pacing pulse. Figure 140 Waveforms of a 200-J Shock...
  • Page 198: System Level Interconnections

    B: Theory of Operation System Level Interconnections System Level Interconnections Figure 142 System Interconnection Schematic...
  • Page 199: Assemblies Descriptions

    B: Theory of Operation Assemblies Descriptions The electrical core of Efficia DFM100 consists of custom-designed Processor and Therapy PCAs and several smaller PCAs such as the Printer PCA, Battery PCA, and UI PCA. The Processor PCA includes the System-on-Module (SOM) PCA. These PCAs functions are described below.
  • Page 200: Therapy Pca

    B: Theory of Operation Assemblies Descriptions • Control of pacing functions on the Therapy PCA, including: – Monitoring pacing current delivered. – Controlling enabling of pacing and pacing isolation relays. • All ECG processing including filtering, beat detection, and rhythm analysis. •...
  • Page 201: Power And Battery

    B: Theory of Operation Power and Battery The Efficia DFM100 can be powered by the Battery alone, AC supply alone, or by the Battery and AC supply together (this configuration is used to charge batteries). The device transitions between power sources as sources are added and removed without interrupting any operation as long as at least one source of power is always present.
  • Page 202: Display Assembly

    B: Theory of Operation Assemblies Descriptions Display Assembly The 7.0" color TFT LCD display support the WVGA (800(H) x 480(V) screen and 16.2M (RGB 8-bits) or 262k colors (RGB 6-bits) flat panel display illuminated by LED. All display functions are handled by the Processor PCA. Display formats, graphics, waveforms, numeric values and messages are all generated and formatted by the Processor PCA.
  • Page 203: Printer Assembly

    Assemblies Descriptions B: Theory of Operation defibrillator/monitor is disabled. External paddles have a Patient Contact Indicator (PCI) located on the Sternum paddle. The contact quality is indicated on the PCI using red, orange, and green LEDs. Once proper contact has been made, the PCI illuminates a green LED. Printer Assembly The Printer Assembly provides hard copy output of text, waveforms, event data, etc.
  • Page 204: Nbp Module

    B: Theory of Operation Assemblies Descriptions NBP Module The NBP module handles the following functions: • Inflation and deflation of the NBP cuff. • Measurement of pressure in cuff. • Detection of pressure waveform, and extraction of the systolic and diastolic values from that waveform.
  • Page 205: Functional Descriptions

    Functional Descriptions B: Theory of Operation Functional Descriptions This section is organized into the following sections:  ECG Monitoring Functions . p. 195  Patient Impedance Functions . p. 196  Defibrillation . p. 196  Transcutaneous Pacing . p. 197 ...
  • Page 206: Patient Impedance Functions

    Before the Shock The Efficia DFM100 makes a small-signal AC impedance measurement (at 32 kHz) in the steady state situation before a shock is delivered. This measurement is used to detect Pads Off and Paddles Off. It is also used for the Patient Contact Indicator (PCI) function, in which the quality of the contact the paddles are making with the patient is indicated on an LED bar graph on the Sternum paddle.
  • Page 207: Transcutaneous Pacing

    Functional Descriptions B: Theory of Operation Shock Delivery The discharging cycle (shock delivery) is initiated by any of the following three events: • Pressing the front panel Shock button when using pads or switchless internal paddles. (The button is disabled when using external paddles or switched internal paddles). This button press is then detected and processed by the Processor PCA.
  • Page 208: Etco2

    Audio The Efficia DFM100 has three types of audio output: voice prompts, tones, and “chirp” when there is a “Red X” RFU condition. The voice prompts and tones are generated and controlled by the Processor PCA, which also amplifies the signals and passes them directly to the speaker via a wire pair.
  • Page 209 Index Numerics placement 77 disposal 78 ATS 33 faulty 51 12NC numbers 177 audience, book 1 fuel gauge 50 3-lead ECG audio functional automated tests 32 functional description 198 check 166 5-lead ECG Op.Check 39 description 191 automated tests 32 tones 54 handling 14 troubleshooting 72...
  • Page 210 Index functional description 193 management 2 problems 57 storage 198 cables replacement 129 date, setting 128 internal 180 CMx: Printer Comm Error error deadly voltage 77 models check 158 log message 74 decontamination 46 placement 77 CO2 tech.alarm 68 Defib test failure error log visual inspection 158 Code PCA message 63...
  • Page 211 Index Device Temp High message 56 ECG Failure - Lead, (9:22) error DSP POST failure, test data DFM100 unavailable error log message 59 log message 59 device info 17 DSP POST missing at start of ECG Failure - Lead, (9:23) error disposal 78 test error log message 59 log message 59...
  • Page 212 Index functional Equipment Malfunction pads checks 163 Fail/BF 43 ECG message 58 description 195 Fail/BF message 52 error log 44 test groups 154 Fail/BW 35 access 44 functions Fail/CX 43 audio 72 critical 32 Fail/D controls 70 Service Mode 16 automated tests 35 defib 62 Op.Check summary 43...
  • Page 213 Index problem 64 internal paddles 185 Manual Defibrillation InCenter 76 multifunction pads 185 charge 196 indicator ports 184 mode 2 contact quality 193 replacement PCAs 184 manufacturer i LED 192 supplies 184 Mark Event button 3 paddles 192 tracking 178 matrix, test and inspection 153 RFU 192 table 184...
  • Page 214 184 Network Connector label 82 Op Check 36 Op Check Shock test aborted error log message 63 ordering, for Philips No Configuration Data on USB Flash Drive message 71 opening the case 90 personnel only 181 No Software Upgrades...
  • Page 215 Service Mode tests 159 troubleshooting 73 notes 77 visual inspection 158 visual inspection 158 Op. Check after 159 Philips Printer Door Open message 73 overview 75 data management solution 2 Printer Error message 74 Paddle Tray, testing levels Online Learning Center 1...
  • Page 216 Index Replace Therapy Cable message battery 166 Shock Button Failure message 61 safety replacement Shock Button Test error log analysis, test groups 155 component, not supported 14 message 70 features, NBP module 66 parts, ordering 177 Shock Button, Op Check 39 repair 77 sub-assembly 14 Shutting Down in 1 min message...
  • Page 217 Index functional description 194 audio tone 54 Therapy Knob Timing Error ordering 179 test message 55 Port and inspection matrix 153 Therapy MCU introduction 4 current 155 Fail to transmitt error log visual inspection 158 groups 153 message 62 SpO2 Self Test Failure error log leakage 155 Failed to enter CPLD message 64...
  • Page 218 Index requirements 19 nn V therapy supply out of range error log message 57 visual inspection 158 wandering baseline, ECG nn.n V therapy supply out of inspection 163 problem 58 range error log message 57 introduction 2 Watchdog problems 57 thermal printhead, visual Port 5 water resistant...
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