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GE Healthcare
Giraffe
®
Service Manual
Incubator
To reorder this manual, order kit:
6600-0847-801 (USA)
6600-0847-802 (INTL)
Copyright 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.
All rights reserved.
6600-0356-000 103

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  • Page 1 GE Healthcare Giraffe Incubator ® Service Manual To reorder this manual, order kit: • 6600-0847-801 (USA) • 6600-0847-802 (INTL) Copyright 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 2 GE Representative for the most current information. Giraffe and Panda are registered trademarks owned by ® Datex-Ohmeda, Inc. GE and GE Monogram are trademarks of General Electric Company. All other company and product names mentioned may be trademarks of the companies with which they are associated.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents About this Manual ........................xiii Scope and Intended Users ............................xiii Conventions ..................................xiii References ..................................xiv User Responsibility ................................xiv Important ....................................xiv Important Safety Information ..................xvii Warnings ....................................xvii Service Language Disclaimer .........................xviii Cautions ....................................xxv Symbol Definitions ................................. xxvi Chapter 1: Functional Description ..................
  • Page 4 Table of Contents 2.4.2 Pre-use Checkout ............................12 2.4.3 Supply Valve Leak Test ..........................13 2.5 Scale Check .................................. 14 2.5.1 Mechanical Check ............................14 2.5.2 Weight Checks .............................. 14 2.5.2.1 Center Weight Check ........................14 2.5.2.2 Off Center Weight Check ......................15 2.6 Other Accessory Checks............................
  • Page 5 Table of Contents 4.3.15 Power Failure (LED Indicator) ......................37 4.3.16 “Temperature out of Calibration” Alarm ..................37 4.3.17 “Up Pedal Pressed” Alarm ........................38 4.4 Error Codes ................................... 38 4.4.1 System Failure 0 ............................38 4.4.2 System Failure 1 ............................39 4.4.3 System Failure 2 ............................
  • Page 6 Table of Contents 4.6.1 Raising and Lowering the Elevating Base ..................53 4.6.2 Incubator Heaters and Bed Safety Thermostat ................53 4.6.3 Power Supplies ............................. 54 4.6.4 Switches/Thermostat ..........................54 4.6.5 Humidifier Heater/Safety Thermostat ....................55 4.6.6 Compartment Air Probe and Patient Probes .................. 55 4.6.7 Incubator Heat Sink Sensor Thermistor ....................
  • Page 7 Table of Contents 5.7 Caster Replacement ..............................86 5.8 Controller and Display Module Procedures ....................87 5.8.1 Display Module ............................. 87 5.8.2 Probe Panel ..............................88 5.8.2.1 Battery ..............................89 5.8.3 Controller Components ........................... 90 5.8.3.1 Control Board ........................... 91 5.8.3.2 Relay Board ............................
  • Page 8 Table of Contents Appendix A: Compartment and Skin Probe Characteristics ........167 Appendix B: Specifications ....................169 B.1 Power Requirements..............................169 B.2 Accessory Outlets ..............................169 B.3 Standards ..................................169 B.4 Operating Environment ............................170 B.5 Storage Conditions ..............................170 B.6 User Control Settings .............................170 B.7 Alarms ...................................170 B.8 Performance ................................171 B.8.1 System ................................171...
  • Page 9 List of Figures Figure 1-1 Block Diagram ..............................2 Figure 1-2 Humidifier .................................8 Figure 2-1 Connections and Controls ........................16 Figure 3-1 Control Board Test Points ........................20 Figure 4-1 First Service Screen ........................... 28 Figure 4-2 Second Service Screen ..........................29 Figure 4-3 Status Menu ..............................
  • Page 10 List of Figures Figure 6-3 Electrical Enclosure ..........................105 Figure 6-4 Humidifier Transformer and RS232 Option ..................107 Figure 6-5 Bed ..................................109 Figure 6-6 Side Door (East/West) ..........................111 Figure 6-7 Flip Door, Corner Brackets, and Grommets ..................113 Figure 6-8 Compartment Air Probe ........................115 Figure 6-9 Upper Chassis and Heat Sink ......................117 Figure 6-10 Lower Chassis ............................119 Figure 6-11 Humidifier Assembly ..........................121...
  • Page 11 List of Figures Figure 6-38 Wiring Diagram: Electrical Enclosure ..................158 Figure 6-39 Wiring Diagram: Graphics Display ....................159 Figure 6-40 Wiring Diagram: Incubator Heater, Relay Board Rev. Level 10 or Higher ....160 Figure 6-41 Wiring Diagram: Incubator Heater, Relay Board Rev. Level 9 or Lower .......161 Figure 6-42 Wiring Diagram: Incubator Fan and Sensor ................162 Figure 6-43 Wiring Diagram: Servo Humidifier, Relay Board Rev.
  • Page 12 List of Figures © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 13: About This Manual

    About this Manual Scope and Intended Users This service manual describes the service and maintenance of the Giraffe Incubator. The intended users for this service manual are authorized service personnel. Conventions Various types of warnings, cautions, static control precautions, and information notes are used in this Service...
  • Page 14: References

    About this Manual references The following table lists the part numbers for the manual kit in each language containing the Giraffe Incubator Operation and Maintenance Manual and other documents pertaining to Giraffe Incubator: Language Manual Kit Language Manual Kit Czech...
  • Page 15 GE Healthcare does not imply in anyway that GE Healthcare deems said individual to be qualified to perform any such maintenance or repair service.
  • Page 16 About this Manual © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 17: Important Safety Information

    Warnings Warning: Before using the Giraffe Incubator, read through the entire operator’s manual. As with all medical equipment, attempting to use this device without a thorough understanding of its operation may result in patient or user injury. This device should only be operated by personnel trained in its operation under the direction of qualified medical personnel familiar with the risks and benefits of this type of device.
  • Page 18: Service Language Disclaimer

    About this Manual Service Language Disclaimer ПРЕДУПРЕЖДЕНИЕ Това упътване за работа е налично само на английски език. (BG) • Ако доставчикът на услугата на клиента изиска друг език, задължение на клиента е да осигури превод. • Не използвайте оборудването, преди да сте се консултирали и разбрали упътването за работа.
  • Page 19 About this Manual VÝSTraHa Tento provozní návod existuje pouze v anglickém jazyce. (CS) • V případě, že externí služba zákazníkům potřebuje návod v jiném jazyce, je zajištění překladu do odpovídajícího jazyka úkolem zákazníka. • Nesnažte se o údržbu tohoto zařízení, aniž byste si přečetli tento provozní návod a pochopili jeho obsah.
  • Page 20 Versuchen Sie nicht diese Anlage zu warten, ohne diese Serviceanleitung gelesen und verstanden zu haben. • Wird diese Warnung nicht beachtet, so kann es zu Verletzungen des Kundendiensttechnikers, des Bedieners oder des Patienten durch Stromschläge, mechanische oder sonstige Gefahren kommen. © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 21 FigYELMEZTETÉS Ezen karbantartási kézikönyv kizárólag angol nyelven érhető el. (HU) • Ha a vevő szolgáltatója angoltól eltérő nyelvre tart igényt, akkor a vevő felelőssége a fordítás elkészíttetése. • Ne próbálja elkezdeni használni a berendezést, amíg a karbantartási kézikönyvben leírtakat nem értelmezték.
  • Page 22 About this Manual このサービスマニュアルには英語版しかありません。 (JA) • サービスを担当される業者が英語以外の言語を要求される場合、翻訳作業はその業者の責 任で行うものとさせていただきます。 • このサービスマニュアルを熟読し理解せずに、装置のサービスを行わないでください。 • この警告に従わない場合、サービスを担当される方、操作員あるいは患者 さんが、感電や 機械的又はその他の危険により負傷する可能性があります。 경고 본 서비스 매뉴얼은 영어로만 이용하실 수 있습니다. (KO) • 고객의 서비스 제공자가 영어 이외의 언어를 요구할 경우, 번역 서비스를 제공하는 것은 고객의 책임입니다. • 본 서비스 매뉴얼을 참조하여 숙지하지 않은 이상 해당 장비를 수리하려고 시도하지 마십시오.
  • Page 23 About this Manual OSTRZEŻENIE Niniejszy podręcznik serwisowy dostępny jest jedynie w języku angielskim. (PL) • Jeśli serwisant klienta wymaga języka innego niż angielski, zapewnienie usługi tłumaczenia jest obowiązkiem klienta. • Nie próbować serwisować urządzenia bez zapoznania się z niniejszym podręcznikiem serwisowym i zrozumienia go.
  • Page 24 About this Manual ОСТОРОЖНО! Данное руководство по техническому обслуживанию представлено только на английском языке. (RU) • Если сервисному персоналу клиента необходимо руководство не на английском, а на каком-то другом языке, клиенту следует самостоятельно обеспечить перевод. • Перед техническим обслуживанием оборудования обязательно обратитесь к данному руководству...
  • Page 25: Cautions

    Detailed information for more extensive repairs is included in the service manual solely for the convenience of users having proper knowledge, tools and test equipment, and for service representatives trained by GE Healthcare. © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved.
  • Page 26: Symbol Definitions

    Heater About this Manual Heater Airflow curtain Symbol Definitions Heater Airflow curtain Airflow curtain This section identifies the symbols that are displayed on the Giraffe Incubator: Airflow curtain Airflow curtain Symbol Description Temp alarm Consult accompanying documents. Temp alarm Canopy up / down (used in conjunction with up/down arrows)
  • Page 27 Maximum weight (of accessories on rail) MAX. MAX. 22 Kg Maximum weight (of accessories on rail) MAX. Caution: Hot Surface Used on Giraffe OB heater head, Caution: Hot surface Used on Giraffe OB heater head, humidifier Caution: Hot surface humidifier Set up screen...
  • Page 28 About this Manual xxviii © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 29: Chapter 1: Functional Description

    Chapter 1: Functional Description This functional description is divided into four sections representing each of the four boards. The reader should also reference the block diagram and wiring diagram when studying this section. 1.1 Control Board The Intel 80C188EC microcontroller is an enhanced X86 processor with many on-board peripheral features, such as a interrupt controller, DMA controller, peripheral chip select driver, programmable timers, etc.
  • Page 30: Figure 1-1 Block Diagram

    Chapter 1: Functional Description Time Microprocessor Membrane Switches LED Board PROM Knob SRAM EL Display Display Driver Board Temp Microprocessor Channels Overtemp PROM Watch SRAM Audio Control Board Relay Board RS485 Future Options Modules Power Supply Figure 1-1 Block Diagram ©...
  • Page 31: Relay Board

    (50 or 60 Hz). The output signal is provide to the Control Board. The Relay Board provides the +5v standby power supply to the entire Giraffe system. A +5V regulator generates the +5V standby from the diode OR combination of the system +12V power supply or the backup battery.
  • Page 32: Display Driver Board / El Display

    The elevating base motor control circuits consist of a series of three relays. For the Giraffe Incubator, the speed relay and the E/H select relay are always switched to the same position. The speed relay connects the 15 volt secondaries of the toroidal transformer in a series (drive at 30 volts) for raising or lowering the elevating base.
  • Page 33: Led Board

    Chapter 1: Functional Description pulse for the whole display frame (YD). The controller handshakes with the 80C188 using the READY line to eliminate any lost data during display refreshes. 1.4 LED Board The LED Board contains five display banks and two display drivers. One of the display drivers controls the patient temperature and air temperature display banks.
  • Page 34: Datalink Option

    Chapter 1: Functional Description The toroidal transformer is used to buck the mains voltage down to the range required for the elevating base motor. The primaries mains input comes from the relay board and is switched by safety relay 2. The dual primaries are connected in parallel for 115 volt operation and in series for 230 volt operation.
  • Page 35: Servo Controlled Oxygen Option

    50 degrees C. This fan circulates air to keep the sensors below the maximum allowable operating temperature, about 55 degrees C. The Servo O2 board is located in the Giraffe controller. The microcontroller and integrated EPROM on the board perform the following: •...
  • Page 36: Humidifier

    Chapter 1: Functional Description 1.9 Humidifier Refer to the following diagram. Water enters the insulating cylinder (1) through a small hole in bottom. Steam rises along the heater cartridge protective insert (2) and is channeled between the heater mount (3) and the ramp block (4) and out the steam port (5).
  • Page 37: Chapter 2: Service Checkout

    Chapter 2: Service Checkout Warning: Do not perform the preoperative checkout procedure while the patient occupies the unit. Warning: Complete the procedures in this chapter before putting the unit into operation. If the equipment fails any portion of the checkout procedure it must be removed from use and repaired. 2.1 Mechanical Checks 1.
  • Page 38: Controller Checks

    Chapter 2: Service Checkout 9. If the unit is equipped with an iris porthole, check the iris is installed and in good condition. Check that the iris tightens when it is rotated. 10. Check that the tubing access covers in the four bed corners and the large slot grommet at the head of the bed are in place and are in good condition.
  • Page 39: Humidity Check

    2.3 Humidity Check Turn on the Giraffe unit and verify that the Servo Humidity icon is on the screen. Set the Humidity to 65%. Wait for 4 minutes. If no alarms are seen (except for a possible “Add Water” message) the humidifier is operational.
  • Page 40: Servo Controlled Oxygen Check

    If the conical shaped rubber grommet was removed with the fan, when reinstalling fan be sure that rubber grommet clicks into groove on fan shaft. 3. Power up the unit, hold down the ‘Air curtain’ button and press the ‘Down’ button to force the Giraffe into low fan speed.
  • Page 41: Supply Valve Leak Test

    Chapter 2: Service Checkout 5. Hold down the ‘Boost Air Curtain’ button and press the ‘Decrease Temperature’ button to force the unit into low fan speed (Whisper Quiet Mode). 6. Wait 10 minutes to ensure stability of the Whisper Quiet Mode. 7.
  • Page 42: Scale Check

    (NAWI) directive, 90/384/EEC. In order to assure complete compliance to the Directive, have the unit calibrated by an accredited local test authority. If you are unable to identify a test authority, please contact your GE representative or distributor for assistance. •...
  • Page 43: Off Center Weight Check

    Chapter 2: Service Checkout 2.5.2.2 Off Center Weight Check 1. Enter the service screen by holding the override key (>37) while powering up. Set the scale resolution to 5 grams (if option is available). 2. Shut off the unit and power it back up to enter normal weighing mode. 3.
  • Page 44: Cable Connections And Mechanical Controls

    Chapter 2: Service Checkout 2.7 Cable Connections and Mechanical Controls numeric Temperature Displays graphics Screen Tubing access door Control Knob Temperature Ventilator regulation Hood Slot Controls Compartment Probe Side Door Tubing Latch grommets Side Door Latch rS 232 Tubing Connector grommets Standby Probe Jacks...
  • Page 45 Chapter 2: Service Checkout Control Panel Portholes Hood Upright Side Door Latch Dovetail rail Hood latch Drainage Pleural Drainage Hanger Hanger Storage Drawer Elevating Column SiDE Bed Height Pedal © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 46 Chapter 2: Service Checkout © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 47: Chapter 3: Calibration And Maintenance

    Chapter 3: Calibration and Maintenance SENSITIVE TO ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE CAUTION An Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Susceptibility symbol is displayed to alert service personnel that the part(s) are sensitive to electrostatic discharge and that static control procedures must be used to prevent damage to the equipment. WARNING: After performing any repair or calibration, always perform the Service Checkout Procedure before putting the unit back into service.
  • Page 48: Figure 3-1 Control Board Test Points

    Chapter 3: Calibration and Maintenance Calibration jumper NORMAL MODE MODE Test Point 1 Test Point 2 Figure 3-1 Control Board Test Points © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 49: Special Tools

    Chapter 3: Calibration and Maintenance 3.2 Special Tools The following tools (or their functional equivalents) are required to complete the recommended service procedures: • Digital Multimeter, 4-1/2 digit • PLCC Extractor for removing socketed chips • Leakage Current Tester • Static Control Work Station (recommended) • Light gray touch-up paint (Munsell .16GY8.56-0.44 chroma)-18ml ..........
  • Page 50: Line Voltage Calibration

    Chapter 3: Calibration and Maintenance 10. Dial in the Mains voltage using the control knob. Press the knob to enter the value. 11. After a few seconds the dots will stop moving across the screen and DONE will appear on the top right of the display. Do not shut off the unit until the DONE message is displayed or the new calibration values will not be stored.
  • Page 51: Servo Controlled Oxygen Calibration

    Chapter 3: Calibration and Maintenance 1. Take the cap off the humidity calibration bottle and add one half cap full of sterile distilled water to the bottle. Shake the bottle to thoroughly mix the salt and water solution. Place the elbow on the bottle. The smaller end goes over the bottle. 2. Slide the elbow over the humidity sensor (mounted on the back wall) until it stops. 3.
  • Page 52: Scale Calibration

    (NAWI) directive, 90/384/EEC. In order to assure complete compliance to the Directive, have the unit calibrated by an accredited local test authority. If you are unable to identify a test authority, please contact your GE representative or distributor for assistance. • Periodic re-verification (calibration) of the scale must be performed in accordance of the National Regulations Governing Legal Metrology. The required re-verification frequency will vary by country. Contact...
  • Page 53: Leakage Current

    Chapter 3: Calibration and Maintenance 3.8 Leakage Current Use approved equipment and techniques to test the unit’s leakage current and ground continuity. Follow the directions supplied by the test equipment manufacturer to verify the following: 1. Less than 300 microamperes measured at any exposed metal surface for equipment rated at 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz.
  • Page 54 Chapter 3: Calibration and Maintenance © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 55: Chapter 4: Troubleshooting

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting 4.1 Startup Sequence By default, the Giraffe Incubator starts up in user mode. The next section describes how to start up the Incubator in service mode. The following table describes the Giraffe Incubator startup sequence for each mode:...
  • Page 56: Service Screen

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting 4.2 Service Screen To access the service screen, hold in the override button (>37) during power up until the software revision screen appears. Release the button and the first service screen will appear. Figure 4-1 First Service Screen Default options that may be selected from this screen appear along the left side of the screen.
  • Page 57: Figure 4-2 Second Service Screen

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting Item Description Comfort Allows you to remove the Comfort Screen feature. Set real time clock for time, day and date. Choose how date is displayed (North American or Set Time European). Choose a 12 hour (AM/PM) or 24 hour time display. Display the current software revision of the options installed on this specific unit (Humidifier, View Mods Scale, SPO2, etc.)
  • Page 58: Figure 4-4 Switch Diagnostic Diagram

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting Item Description Select to bring up a diagnostic diagram of the unit that displays the status of all the switches. If the circle next to the switch is lit, the switch is closed; if it is not lit, the switch is open. Also, while Switches the switch status screen is active, you can hold down the alarm silence button to light the alarm light, system failure light and all LED segments to test them.
  • Page 59: Figure 4-5 First Service Screen: Diagnostics

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting Item Description Brings up scale calibration screen. Refer to “Chapter 3: Calibration and Maintenance” for Cal Scale information on how this screen is used. A number of diagnostic readings appear on the right side of the service screens. Figure 4-5 First Service Screen: Diagnostics Item Description...
  • Page 60: Alarm Messages

    4.3 Alarm Messages This section describes the alarm messages that may appear for the Giraffe Incubator. The alarms have been organized in this section alphabetically. 4.3.1 “Air Probe Failure” Alarm...
  • Page 61: Baby Hot" Or "Baby Cold" Alarm

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting 4.3.3 “Baby Hot” or “Baby Cold” Alarm Cause or Circumstances Failure Action Baby Hot or Baby Cold alarm activated while unit is in Air Mode. On service screen or nurse setup screen, select OFF None for the MAN TEMP ALARM setting. MANUAL TEMP alarm is set as active on the nurse setup screen or the service...
  • Page 62: Bed Heater Failure" Alarm

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting 4.3.7 “Bed Heater Failure” Alarm Cause or Circumstances Failure Action The bed safety thermostat If the unit was shut off when the heater was hot, is open (possibly because allow the fan to run for several minutes to cool to the unit was shut down below 40 degrees C then power down and back up.
  • Page 63: Bed Up/Down Pedal Switches Disabled" Alarm

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting 4.3.9 “Bed Up/Down Pedal Switches Disabled” Alarm Cause or Circumstances Failure Action When pedal is released, the alarm deactivates. Bed up/down pedal switches have been NOTE: If the bed up/down pedal switches are disabled in nurse setup None disabled in the service screen and you wish to use screen or service screen...
  • Page 64: Humidifier Failure" Alarm

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting Cause or Circumstances Failure Action Verify the fan hub is properly seated all the way down on the fan shaft. (It may be necessary to wet Fan or fan hub not seated the part to get it to slide all the way down on to the properly shaft.) Verify the fan is seated in the groove at the top of the hub.
  • Page 65: Motor Drive Failure" Alarm

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting Cause or Circumstances Failure Action In service mode, verify mains voltage is present at Relay boards rev 10 or the input to the humidifier isolation transformer. (J55 higher. 1-2) Humidifier heater Relay boards rev 9 In service mode, verify mains voltage is present at measures OK or lower.
  • Page 66: Up Pedal Pressed" Alarm

    For information on Giraffe Scale error codes, refer to the Giraffe Scale Service Manual, which can be ordered as part of a Giraffe Incubator service manual kit: (US) 6600-0847-801 or (INTL) 6600-0847-802.
  • Page 67: System Failure 1

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting Cause(s) Action(s) Defective control Replace control board. board. 4.4.2 System Failure 1 System failure 1 indicates: No Timer2. Cause(s) Action(s) The Timer2 circuit of the microprocessor on the control board is defective. Replace the control board. 4.4.3 System Failure 2 System failure 2 indicates: Timer2 too fast.
  • Page 68: System Failure 5

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting 4.4.5 System Failure 5 System failure 5 indicates: The volt reference is out of the 1.171V - 1.259V range. Cause(s) Action(s) System calibration required. Perform system calibration. Defective control board. Replace the control board. 4.4.6 System Failure 6 System failure 6 indicates: Defective overtemp DAC circuit on the control board.
  • Page 69: System Failure 11

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting 4.4.9 System Failure 11 System failure 11 indicates: The ADC on the control board is not operating to spec (too slow). Cause(s) Action(s) Disconnect J1 on the control board. If it powers up OK, either the cable or the humidity Defective sensor is defective.
  • Page 70: System Failure 15

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting 4.4.13 System Failure 15 System failure 15 indicates: Safety Relay 1 test failure. Unable to turn incubator heater on or off by switching safety relay 1. When troubleshooting this error code, have on hand at least the 50 pin ribbon cable. Cause(s) Action(s) If this error occurs during system...
  • Page 71: System Failure 16

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting Cause(s) Action(s) Defective heater isolation If voltage is present at primaries but no voltage output at secondaries, transformer replace the heater isolation transformer. Defective DAC circuit on control If failure persists, replace control board. board. Power up the unit in service mode. Run status test on the second service screen and verify that the I/HTROFF (incubator heater off) test fails.
  • Page 72: System Failure 19

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting 4.4.16 System Failure 19 System failure 19 indicates: No Audio Frequency. Cause(s) Action(s) Battery is only used for power fail. Try powering up the unit with the battery Defective battery disconnected. If the error clears, replace the battery. Disconnect scale connector at probe panel.
  • Page 73: System Failure 23

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting 4.4.19 System Failure 23 System failure 23 indicates: During operation the system was unable to turn the incubator heater OFF. Cause(s) Action(s) Power down the unit. During the system tests after power-up, the unit should detect Other errors. system failure 16.
  • Page 74: System Failure 26

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting 4.4.21 System Failure 26 System failure 26 indicates: During the power up tests, the system was unable to turn off safety relay 1. Cause(s) Action(s) Defective relay board. Replace the relay board. 4.4.22 System Failure 27 System failure 27 indicates: Defective non-volatile memory. Cause(s) Action(s) Defective circuit on control board.
  • Page 75: System Failure 30

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting 4.4.25 System Failure 30 System failure 30 indicates: Mains voltage reading LV1 is outside of the expected range. Cause(s) Action(s) Mains Voltage Comp Circuit is not calibrated Calibrate the line voltage. correctly. High or low mains voltage. This failure is triggered if the mains voltage is outside the following ranges: Connect to proper mains voltage source...
  • Page 76: System Failure 35

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting 4.4.28 System Failure 35 System failure 35 indicates: Wrong dipswitch set up. Cause(s) Action(s) Check the 8 position dipswitch on the control board. Verify that Switch 1 is on Switches set wrong and Switch 2 is off. Defective control board.
  • Page 77: System Failure 55

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting 4.4.33 System Failure 55 System failure 55 indicates: Display board On Line Self Test Failure. Cause(s) Action(s) Defective display driver board. Replace the display driver board. 4.4.34 System Failure 98 System failure 98 indicates: Overflow. Cause(s) Action(s) Software on the control board is not performing Replace the control board.
  • Page 78 Chapter 4: Troubleshooting Symptom Possible Cause Action Unit was powered on and the compartment probe Unit equipped was not plugged in at the Cycle power after compartment probe is plugged in. with servo- probe panel (only on old humidity but RH style units with connector) setpoint only shows 1-10.
  • Page 79 +5STBY 1-4 Disconnect ribbon cable from J6 on control board. Power Defective display driver up unit. Giraffe logo should appear on display. After about board 70 seconds the audible alarm sounds. If the logo does not appear replace the display driver board.
  • Page 80 Chapter 4: Troubleshooting Symptom Possible Cause Action Bed warms up Feel the heat sink to see if one side is cooler than the other. very slowly, may One of the bed heater Use care, since the heat sink can reach temperatures as not reach set cartridges is defective.
  • Page 81: Additional Troubleshooting Tips

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting Symptom Possible Cause Action Humidifier reservoir has Use of tap water Replace humidifier reservoir. scaling. 4.6 Additional Troubleshooting Tips Following are tips on taking many of the measurements and diagnosing the failures that are referred to in the troubleshooting charts.
  • Page 82: Power Supplies

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting 4.6.3 Power Supplies The 5V and 12V supplies are generated on the power supply. +5STBY is generated on the relay board. These voltages are distributed to the control board, display driver board, servo oxygen board, and expansion slots through a harness with a series of 4 pin connectors.
  • Page 83: Humidifier Heater/Safety Thermostat

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting The following switches are membrane switches. When closed the resistance should be less than 200 ohms. Display Touch Panel Switches Alarm Silence Display Driver bd J21 pins1-2 Closed when switch is pressed >37 degrees Display Driver bd J21 pins1-3 Closed when switch is pressed Servo Control Display Driver bd J21 pins1-4...
  • Page 84: Incubator Heat Sink Sensor Thermistor

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting 4.6.7 Incubator Heat Sink Sensor Thermistor Use the service screen to read the resistance of the heat sink sensor. Thermistor Control bd J3 pins 1-2 Temperature (C) Resistance (Ohms) 25000 20000 16102 13048 10636 2506 1827 1353 1017 4.6.8 Elevating Base Motor If you must replace a footswitch when the bed is all the way down, use pedal screen on service screen to raise...
  • Page 85: Troubleshooting The Toroidal Transformer

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting 4.6.10 Troubleshooting the Toroidal Transformer Perform the following tests in service mode. The referenced voltages should always be present when the unit is in service mode. In normal operating mode, the voltages are not present if safety relay 2 contacts are open. 1.
  • Page 86: Servo Controlled Oxygen

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting 4.7 Servo Controlled Oxygen 4.7.1 Servo Controlled Oxygen Service Screen To access the service screens, hold in the override button (>37) during power up until the software revision screen appears. Release the button and the first service screen will appear. Select DOWN on the first screen to go to the second service screen.
  • Page 87: Servo Controlled Oxygen Alarm Messages

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting Item Description oxygen1 Oxygen reading in percent from second sensor cell: sensor0 Voltage output in millivolts from first sensor cell. Voltage output in millivolts from second sensor cell. NOTE: The following information applies to the oxygen0, oxygen1, sensor0, and sensor1 values: sensor1 •...
  • Page 88 Chapter 4: Troubleshooting Alarm Message Meaning Cause Action In service mode sensor0 and sensor1 should be 23-280. If outside this range replace the Defective Sensor(s) sensors. If in range ensure oxygen0 and oxygen1 read within 3% of each other or replace the sensors.
  • Page 89 Chapter 4: Troubleshooting Alarm Message Meaning Cause Action Unit is cold: <15 Allow unit to warm up. degrees C. Cooling fan is not running when the Test the cooling fan. Refer to the Tips section sensor housing 4.7.3.3. The sensor temperature gets plug thermistor above 50 degrees.
  • Page 90 Defective Servo O2 Replace servo O2 board. The Giraffe control board. Oxygen System board cannot Check that the cable between the Giraffe Failure 6 communicate with Defective Cable. control board and the Servo O2 board is Servo O2 board. seated properly.
  • Page 91: Servo Controlled Oxygen Troubleshooting Tips

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting 4.7.3 Servo Controlled Oxygen Troubleshooting Tips 4.7.3.1 Check Supply Valves Power up unit in service mode. Select Servo O2 on second page. Be sure O2 is connected. Open V1. You should hear gas flow. Close V1, open V2. You should hear gas flow. Close V2, gas flow should stop. If both valves are not opening, test the fuses and supply valves.
  • Page 92: Sensor Housing Temperature Sensor Temperature To Resistance Curve

    Chapter 4: Troubleshooting 4.7.3.4 Sensor Housing Temperature Sensor Temperature to Resistance Curve Temperature Resistance 15.720 kohm 10.000 kohm 8.056 kohm 6.530 kohm 5.326 kohm 4.369 kohm 3.604 kohm 2.491 kohm © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 93: Chapter 5: Repair Procedures

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures SENSITIVE TO ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE CAUTION An Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Susceptibility symbol is displayed to alert service personnel that the part(s) are sensitive to electrostatic discharge and that static control procedures must be used to prevent damage to the equipment. WARNING: After performing any repair or calibration, always perform the Service Checkout Procedure before putting the unit back into service.
  • Page 94: Hood Removal For Replacement

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 5.1 Hood Removal for Replacement Refer to “Figure 5-1 Hood” and “Figure 5-3 Compartment Probe”. Compartment probe Hood hinge Snap fastener Snap fastener Figure 5-1 Hood © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 95: Porthole Door Replacement

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 1. Open both side doors. 2. Using a small straight blade screwdriver, remove the 2 snap fasteners from the inside of the hood that secure the hood to each of its hinges. Each fastener has two halves that snap together and can be pried apart.
  • Page 96: Uprights And End Caps

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 5.3 Uprights and End Caps Refer to “Figure 5-2 Uprights and End Caps”. Top end cap Upright Mounting studs Ground wire Bracket casting Decorative strip Upright Bottom end cap Figure 5-2 Uprights and End Caps 1. Slide the decorative strip up about 1/2” in the groove on the outside of the upright to access hardware that secures the lower end cap.
  • Page 97: Re-Installing The Upright

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 6. Using a 3mm hex key, remove the 2 screws that secure the display module to the nut bar and pull the nut bar up and out of the upright. Using a 3mm hex key, remove the screw that attaches the ground wire. Be careful not to drop the star washers down into the upright.
  • Page 98: Compartment Probe Repairs

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 5.4 Compartment Probe Repairs Refer to “Figure 5-3 Compartment Probe”. Hood latch post Probe shield Probe housing cover Compartment air probe O-ring Humidity sensor Cylindrical spacer Break plate Jack cable clip Figure 5-3 Compartment Probe 1. Using a 2.5 mm hex key, remove the screw that secures the jack cable clip to the hood back wall. 2.
  • Page 99: Lower Unit Repairs

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 7. When reassembling the probe housing make sure the groove in the break plate faces the probe housing cover. Also check that the temperature sensor is oriented so that it is on top. 5.5 Lower Unit Repairs 5.5.1 Removing the Chassis Cover with the Storage Drawer in Place Refer to “Figure 5-4 Chassis Bottom Cover”.
  • Page 100: Incubator Fan/Motor/Optical Sensor

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 6. Rotate the cover slightly and push it out the right side of the unit. 7. Remove the ground wire. 5.5.2 Incubator Fan/Motor/Optical Sensor Refer to “Figure 5-5 Fan Motor” and “Figure 5-6 Heat Sink and Fan”. Motor Motor shaft Motor isolators...
  • Page 101: Incubator Heater Replacement

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 5.5.3 Incubator Heater Replacement Refer to “Figure 5-6 Heat Sink and Fan” and “Figure 6-10 Lower Chassis”. Heat sink Incubator heater fan hub (not shown) Fan seal Heat sink gasket Incubator heater Motor shaft Side chassis cover Chassis Figure 5-6 Heat Sink and Fan 5.5.3.1 To Remove the Heater Closest to the Foot of the Bed...
  • Page 102: To Remove The Heater Closest To The Head Of The Bed

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 5.5.3.2 To Remove the Heater Closest to the Head of the Bed 1. Remove the rotating bed, translation deck, tilt platform and pan. 2. Remove the fan, fan hub, and fan seal from the top of the fan motor shaft. 3.
  • Page 103: Elevating Base

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 5.5.4 Elevating Base Refer to “Figure 5-7 Bed Disassembly”, “Figure 5-8 Elevating Base with Two-piece Shroud Assembly”, and “Figure 5-9 Elevating Base with Three-piece Shroud Assembly”. Mattress Clear Plate X-ray tray Rotating bed Translation deck Tilt platform Tilt release Figure 5-7 Bed Disassembly 1.
  • Page 104: Figure 5-8 Elevating Base With Two-Piece Shroud Assembly

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures Main bracket casting Lower shroud Upper shroud Elevating column Column power cable Outer column Lower mounting plate Caster Bed up/down pedal switch Figure 5-8 Elevating Base with Two-piece Shroud Assembly © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 105: Figure 5-9 Elevating Base With Three-Piece Shroud Assembly

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures Main bracket casting Back cover Lower shroud Elevating column Column power cable Outer column Lower mounting plate Upper shroud Caster Bed up/down pedal switch Figure 5-9 Elevating Base with Three-piece Shroud Assembly © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 106 Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 6. This step depends on the type of shroud assembly: • If the shroud assembly is in two pieces: Using a 4 mm hex key, remove the four screws (at the bottom of the base - two in back and two in front) that secure the lower shroud and slide it up past the speaker. •...
  • Page 107: Chassis Replacement

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 5.5.5 Chassis Replacement Refer to “Figure 5-4 Chassis Bottom Cover”, “Figure 5-5 Fan Motor”, “Figure 5-6 Heat Sink and Fan”, “Figure 5-7 Bed Disassembly”, and “Figure 6-10 Lower Chassis”. 1. Remove the side doors, hood (refer to section 5.1), rotating bed, translation deck, tilt platform, and pan. 2.
  • Page 108 Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 4. Using a 4 mm hex key, remove the button head socket screws on either side of the pedal switch. 5. Disconnect the switch electrical connector and pull the switch out. Discard old bed up/down pedal switch. 6.
  • Page 109: Humidifier Assembly Repairs

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 5.5.7 Humidifier Assembly Repairs A design change was made to the humidifier assembly to make it easier to remove the screws during disassembly. Units shipped since about March 2002 have this revised design. The earlier design can be identified by the button head cap screws used in the assembly.
  • Page 110: Humidifier Disassembly

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 5.5.7.2 Humidifier Disassembly Refer to “Figure 5-4 Chassis Bottom Cover” and “Figure 5-10 Humidifier Parts”. M3 x 12 Phillips head screw M3 x 16 Phillips head screw (Attaches ground wire with two star washers) Reservoir switch Reservoir switch button M3 x 10 socket head cap screw...
  • Page 111: Humidifier Reassembly

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 5. Remove the 2 screws on either side of the heater assembly. 6. Remove the heater assembly. 7. Use a 2mm hex key to remove the 2 screws from the reservoir switch and remove the switch. 8.
  • Page 112 Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 7. Attach the ramp block to the heater mount with the two screws placed in the counter bore holes above, and with two additional M3 x 10 Phillips Teflon coated screws and split ring lock washers. 8.
  • Page 113: Bed Tilt Brake Pad Replacement

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 5.6 Bed Tilt Brake Pad Replacement Refer to “Figure 5-7 Bed Disassembly” and “Figure 5-11 Replacing the Tilt Brake”. Tilt assembly cover Brake lever Brake pad Brake pad Finger pocket latch Long insert Positioning spring Ball insert Tilt platform Brake lever Figure 5-11 Replacing the Tilt Brake...
  • Page 114: Caster Replacement

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 6. Press back the brake lever to provide access to the brake pad, then use pliers or a thin 14mm open end wrench to remove the nut to which the brake pad is fastened. Replace the brake pad assembly. 5.7 Caster Replacement Refer to “Figure 5-8 Elevating Base with Two-piece Shroud Assembly”, and “Figure 5-9 Elevating Base with Three-piece Shroud Assembly”.
  • Page 115: Controller And Display Module Procedures

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 5.8 Controller and Display Module Procedures 5.8.1 Display Module Refer to “Figure 5-12 Display Module”. Back cover Display driver board EL display Rotary encoder Membrane switch panel LED board Module housing NOTE: Illustration expanded for clarity. Display bezel Control knob Figure 5-12 Display Module...
  • Page 116: Probe Panel

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 5. To remove the EL display, disconnect the electrical connectors, then remove the 2 nuts that hold the display in place. Be careful not to get finger prints on the display and be sure it is clean before replacing it. 6.
  • Page 117: Battery

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 1. Using a 2.5 mm hex key, loosen the 2 screws in the keyhole slots and remove the 6 remaining screws that secure the controller cover, then remove the cover. Disconnect the wire harnesses coming from the probe panel.
  • Page 118: Controller Components

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 5.8.3 Controller Components Refer to “Figure 5-14 Electronics Enclosure”. Battery (In newer units, the battery is in the probe panel housing.) Card cage Control board Toroidal transformer Power supply Relay board Relay board retainer bracket Solid state relay Power outlets Line filter Power switch...
  • Page 119: Control Board

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 5.8.3.1 Control Board Slide the control board out about an inch and disconnect all the electrical connectors along its outside edge, then remove the board. Dipswitch configuration on replacement control boards: • Switch 1 must be ON. •...
  • Page 120: Toroidal Transformer

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 5.8.3.5 Toroidal Transformer To replace the elevating base toroidal transformer: 1. Disconnect the wire harnesses connected to the relay board and remove the board. 2. Using an 1/2” open end wrench loosen transformer retaining bolt. 3. Remove both the toroidal transformer and the retaining bolt. Save the bolt for installing the replacement transformer.
  • Page 121: Servo Controlled Oxygen Service Procedures

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 5.9 Servo Controlled Oxygen Service Procedures 5.9.1 Installing Oxygen Sensors Refer to “Figure 5-15 Installing Sensors”. Oxygen sensor Sensor housing cover Sensor housing cover Sensor housing door Captive screw Chassis cover Figure 5-15 Installing Sensors 1. Slide the drawer to one side and using a 3mm hex key, loosen the captive screws in the chassis cover sensor housing door and swing the door down to access the sensor housing.
  • Page 122: Replacing The Vent Screen

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 5.9.2 Replacing the Vent Screen 1. Remove rotating mattress tray, tilt platform and upper pan. 2. Remove the vent cover by turning it counter clockwise. 3. Remove and discard the ring shaped vent filter screen from the chassis vent. 4.
  • Page 123: Calibration Valve

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 4. To replace the half of the PC board inside the sensor housing, disconnect from the wire harness and remove the single M4 button head screw that holds it to the housing. Perform the Pre-use Checkout. 5.
  • Page 124: Valve Housing Repairs

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 5.9.4 Valve Housing Repairs Refer to “Figure 5-17 Valve Housing”. Regulator assembly Supply valve Manifold Figure 5-17 Valve Housing 5.9.4.1 Regulator Assembly 1. Using a 3mm hex key, remove the 4 screws that secure the valve housing bottom cover and remove the cover.
  • Page 125: Supply Valves

    Chapter 5: Repair Procedures 5.9.4.2 Supply Valves 1. Remove the regulator assembly as described in steps 1 through 3 above. 2. Disconnect the supply valves electrical connector. 3. Use a pair of pliers to turn the valve out of the manifold block. 4.
  • Page 126 Chapter 5: Repair Procedures © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 127: Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts

    This chapter provides illustrated parts of the Giraffe Incubator. For illustrated parts of the Giraffe Scale, refer to the Giraffe Scale Service Manual, which can be ordered as part of a Giraffe Incubator service manual kit: (US) 6600-0847-801 or (INTL) 6600-0847-802.
  • Page 128: Probe Housing, Display Module, And Electrical Enclosure

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts 6.1.1 Probe Housing, Display Module, and Electrical Enclosure Screw, M4 x 8 Socket Head ...........6600-0707-408 Washer, M4 Split Ring ............6600-0713-403 Washer, M4 Flat ..............6600-0712-403 Retaining Frame..............6600-1288-500 Patient Probe Connector Plate ........6600-1287-502 Patient Probe Label* ............6600-2325-102 Compartment Air Probe Connector Plate ....6600-1287-506 Compartment Air Probe Label* ........6600-2325-109 Strain relief nut ..............6600-0884-400 Scale Wire Harness ............
  • Page 129: Figure 6-1 Probe Panel Assembly

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Probe Panel Expanded View Probe Panel Rear View Figure 6-1 Probe Panel Assembly © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 130 Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Rear Cover ................6600-1134-500 Screw, M3 x 8 Button Head ...........6600-0706-405 Washer, M3 Split Ring ............6600-0713-402 Washer, M3 Flat ..............6600-0712-402 Standoff, M3 x 2.25” ............6600-1070-400 PCA Display Driver ............6600-0213-850 Standoff, M3 x 2.0” ............6600-1068-400 EL Display Harness ............6600-0725-700 Display Cage ................6600-0222-850 10.
  • Page 131: Figure 6-2 Display Module

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Figure 6-2 Display Module © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 132 Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts RS232 blank plate .............6600-1752-500 Cable twist lock ..............6600-1197-600 Card cage ................6600-1347-500 In older units: Battery* ..................6600-1024-600 Battery adapter harness@ ..........6600-0617-700 Relay board bracket ............6600-1166-500 Relay board ................6600-0214-850 120 V 2 amp fuse (relay brd. 10 or higher) .....6600-0877-600 230 V 1 amp fuse (relay brd.
  • Page 133: Figure 6-3 Electrical Enclosure

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts NOTE: If your battery is in the electrical enclosure Parts not shown Enclosure door ..........6600-1349-500 above the relay board, order relocation kit M1045981. Also refer to power cords in section “6.2 Accessories”. This kit includes parts and instructions to relocate the *Battery is a 7 cell, 8.4v Nickel Metal Hydride battery.
  • Page 134 Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Power supply* ..............6600-0221-850 Mounting hardware- Spacer, M3 x 8 ..............6600-1192-400 Star washer, M3 ..............6600-0713-442 Nut, M3 ...................6600-0711-403 Nut, M3 ...................6600-0711-403 Star washer, M3 ..............6600-0713-442 Nut, M4 ...................6600-0711-407 Split ring washer, M4 ............6600-0713-403 Washer, M4 ................6600-0712-403 Humidifier isolation transformer ........6600-1328-600 Spacer, M3 x 18 ..............6600-1192-400 Screw, M6 skt.
  • Page 135: Figure 6-4 Humidifier Transformer And Rs232 Option

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts 17, 18, and 12 Figure 6-4 Humidifier Transformer and RS232 Option © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 136: Bed And Side Doors

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts 6.1.2 Bed and Side Doors Giraffe pressure-diffusing mattress (blue) .....6600-0689-800 Mattress (white) ..............6600-1116-500 Plate ..................6600-1365-500 Mattress Tray Support ............6600-1353-500 Translation Deck ..............6600-1352-500 Tape (5.4 in.) .................6600-1758-502 Latch Cover ................6600-1364-500 Locking Latch ..............6600-1363-500 Spring ..................6600-1079-400 Screw M4* ................6600-0706-409 10.
  • Page 137: Figure 6-5 Bed

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts This label is no longer required. Figure 6-5 Bed © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 138 30. Screw, M4 x 12 ..............6600-0706-410 31. Porthole Latch Assembly (Includes 23-28) ....6600-0738-700 32. Ohmeda logo label@ (refer to section 6.3) ....6600-2384-101 33. Giraffe logo label@ (refer to section 6.3) ....6600-2382-101 34. Iris service kit ...............6600-0037-850 35. (This item is no longer available.) 36.
  • Page 139: Figure 6-6 Side Door (East/West)

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts 18 19 26 27 Figure 6-6 Side Door (East/West) © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 140 Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Ventilator slot grommet ..........6600-1231-500 Corner grommet ..............6600-1248-500 Screw, M4 x 16 Bt. Hd............6600-0706-411 Hinged screw cover, small ..........6600-1206-402 Door latch receiver ............6600-1819-500 Door latch label ..............6600-2423-100 Corner bracket ..............6600-1939-500 Flip Door kit (includes items 3,4 and 9) ..........6600-0119-850 Flip door bumper ...............6600-1580-500 10.
  • Page 141: Figure 6-7 Flip Door, Corner Brackets, And Grommets

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Figure 6-7 Flip Door, Corner Brackets, and Grommets © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 142: Hood And Compartment Air Probe

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts 6.1.3 Hood and Compartment Air Probe Compartment air probe@ ..........6600-1512-700 Probe harness cable@ ............6600-1513-700 O-ring ..................6600-0540-400 Humidity sensor assembly*..........6600-0784-700 Plug (no humidity sensor installed) ......6600-1476-500 Retainer ..................6600-1475-500 Break plate ................6600-1473-500 Screw, M3 x 6 button hd ..........6600-0706-406 Probe shield ................6600-1864-500 Back plate ................6600-1474-500 Flat washer, M3..............6600-0712-402...
  • Page 143: Figure 6-8 Compartment Air Probe

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts 2 3 4 9 10 11 Figure 6-8 Compartment Air Probe © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 144: Chassis

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts 6.1.4 Chassis Fan....................6600-1738-500 Fan hub ..................6600-1440-500 Fan seal ..................6600-1557-500 No longer available. Hinge cover ................6600-1802-500 Tab washer ................6600-1801-500 Lock washer, split ring M5 ..........6600-0713-404 Screw, M5 x 20, Skt. Hd...........6600-0707-417 Washer, M4 ................6600-0712-403 10. Lock washer, Split ring, M4 ..........6600-0713-403 11.
  • Page 145: Figure 6-9 Upper Chassis And Heat Sink

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts 6 7 8 Figure 6-9 Upper Chassis and Heat Sink © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 146 Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Screw, M4 x 10 ..............6600-0706-409 Screw, M4 x6 (for Servo O2 cutout) ......6600-0707-407 Split ring lock washer ............6600-0713-403 Washer, M4 ................6600-0712-403 Chassis cover ..............6600-1888-500 Fan motor ................6600-1057-600 Fan motor bracket ............6600-1162-500 7.. Screw, M4 shoulder ............6600-1051-400 Flat washer, M5..............6600-0712-409 Motor mount ................6600-1000-400 10.
  • Page 147: Figure 6-10 Lower Chassis

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Figure 6-10 Lower Chassis © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 148: Humidifier

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts 6.1.5 Humidifier Flat washer, M3 x 3.2, ID .5 ..........6600-0712-402 Split ring lock washer, M3 x 3.1, ID .8 ......6600-0713-402 Screw, M3 x 16 Cheese head Phillips ......6600-1255-404 Reservoir switch (included in item 21) Button, reservoir switch ..........6600-1298-500 Top humidifier gasket ............6600-1293-500 Heater mount ..............6600-1291-500 Screw, M3 x 8 Cheese head Phillips,...
  • Page 149: Figure 6-11 Humidifier Assembly

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts NOTE: Due to design changes, refer to “5.5.7 Humidifier Assembly Repairs” on page 81 before ordering parts. Figure 6-11 Humidifier Assembly © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 150: Elevating Base, Old Designs

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts 6.1.6 Elevating Base, Old Designs Main bracket ................6600-1183-500 Flat washer ................6600-0712-406 Mounting Lock nut, M8 x 1.25 ............6600-0714-405 plate Inner shroud ................6600-1489-500 Leg (new) ................6600-1599-500 Leg (old) ..................6600-1323-500 Bed up/down pedal (gray) ..........M1108745 Bed up/down pedals, set of two (gray) ....M1108748 Set screw Bed up/down pedal assembly (teal) obsolete, use gray (M1108748) Lock nut, M4 x .7 ..............6600-0714-402...
  • Page 151: Figure 6-12 Base And Elevating Column With Two-Piece Shroud Assembly

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Figure 6-12 Base and Elevating Column with Two-piece Shroud Assembly © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 152: Elevating Base, Current Design

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts 6.1.7 Elevating Base, Current Design Main bracket ................6600-1183-500 Flat washer ................6600-0712-406 Mounting Lock nut, M8 x 1.25 ............6600-0714-405 plate Inner shroud ................M1078152 Inner shroud back cover ..........M1078156 Leg (new) ................6600-1599-500 Bed up/down pedal (gray) ..........M1108745 Bed up/down pedals, set of two (gray) ....M1108748 NOTE: Due to design changes, refer M2.9x9.5 pan head screw ..........6600-0709-409 Split ring lock washer .............6600-0713-403...
  • Page 153: Figure 6-13 Base And Elevating Column With Three-Piece Shroud Assembly

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Figure 6-13 Base and Elevating Column with Three-piece Shroud Assembly © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 154: Hood Latch, Wire Covers, And Uprights

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts 6.1.8 Hood Latch, Wire Covers, and Uprights Hood latch kit ..............6600-0231-850 Hood latch receptacle .............6600-1825-500 Screw, M4 x 16L, Fl. Hd. Skt...........6600-0715-413 Right (east) wire cover .............6600-0918-700 Left (west) wire cover ............6600-0919-700 Screw, M3 x 10L, Bt. Hd..........6600-0706-401 Star washer ................6600-0713-431 ©...
  • Page 155: Figure 6-14 Hood Latch And Wire Covers

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts SEE DETAIL DETAIL SCALE Figure 6-14 Hood Latch and Wire Covers © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 156 Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts End cap, top left (West) ..........6600-1799-500 End cap, top right (East) ..........6600-1800-500 Speed nut ................0402-2003-300 Screw, M4 ................6600-0708-409 Decorative strip (teal) ............6600-1456-501 End cap, bottom right (East) .........6600-1463-500 End cap, bottom left (West) ...........6600-1341-500 Cord wrap ................6600-1482-500 Dog point set screw ............6600-1124-400 Routing clips (6) ..............6600-0055-851 10.
  • Page 157: Figure 6-15 Uprights And End Caps

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Figure 6-15 Uprights and End Caps © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 158: Servo Control Oxygen

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts 6.1.9 Servo Control Oxygen Screw, M4 Skt Hd ...............6600-0868-402 Sensor housing cover ............6600-1876-500 Oxygen sensor kit (2 pcs.) ..........6600-0120-850 Sensor gasket ..............6600-1887-500 Screw, M3x10L Skt Hd .............6600-0707-403 Split ring washer, M3 ............6600-0713-402 Flat washer, M3..............6600-0712-402 Screw, M2.9x16L, self tap ..........6600-0709-411 Calibration fan with harness* ........6600-1510-700 10.
  • Page 159: Figure 6-16 Servo Control Oxygen Sensor Housing Assembly

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Figure 6-16 Servo Control Oxygen Sensor Housing Assembly Servo Control Oxygen service kits: Incubator DISS ................6600-0849-800 Incubator NIST ................6600-0849-801 Incubator DIN ................6600-0849-802 Incubator Air Liquide ..............6600-0849-803 © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 160 Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Screw, M4x12L Skt Hd .............6600-0707-410 Split ring washer, M4 ............6600-0713-403 Valve housing top cover ..........6600-1838-500 Valve housing wire harness ..........6600-1069-700 Adapter 1/8NPTFx1/8NPTM..........6700-0616-800 Elbow fitting 10 OD x1/8NPT ........6600-0873-400 Screw, M4 Skt Hd ...............6600-1051-400 Flat washer, M5..............6600-0712-409 Damper manifold mount ..........6600-1248-400 10.
  • Page 161: Figure 6-17 Servo Control Oxygen Valve Housing

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Figure 6-17 Servo Control Oxygen Valve Housing © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 162: Figure 6-18 Expansion Chamber/Heatsink Vent

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Screw, M4 Skt Hd ...............6600-0706-409 Split ring washer, M4 ............6600-0713-403 Flat washer, M4..............6600-0712-403 Expansion chamber cover ..........6600-1878-500 Cover gasket ................6600-1883-500 Elbow fitting .................6600-0873-400 Expansion chamber assembly (includes items 1-6) ............6600-0256-850 Vent ..................6600-1881-500 Washer (thick)..............6600-1219-400 Parts not shown P-clamp (under Pleur-evac holder) ........0690-1240-331 Washer, M6 (under Pleur-evac holder)......6600-0712-405 Expansion chamber inlet gasket .........6600-1884-500...
  • Page 163: Figure 6-19 Servo Control Oxygen Cooling Fan

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Nyloc nut, M4 ..............6600-0714-402 Cooling fan assembly* ............6600-1523-700 Flat washer, M4..............6600-0712-403 Screw, M4x20L Button Hd ..........6600-0706-412 Screw, captive 8mm long ..........6600-0868-401 Screw, SEMS M4 x 6 Button Hd ........6600-0908-402 Parts not shown Cable tie .................6600-0384-400 * Install fan so flow arrow on side points down, away from chassis. Figure 6-19 Servo Control Oxygen Cooling Fan ©...
  • Page 164: Figure 6-20 Servo Control Oxygen Pc Board

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Servo Oxygen PCB ............6600-0233-850 Card guide, black ...............6600-1064-400 Card guide, white...............6600-1183-400 Nut, M3 ...................6600-0711-403 Lock washer, int. tooth ............6600-0713-431 Parts not shown EPROM (U3) ................6600-0255-850 In-line fuse cable* .............6600-0618-700 * Fuse is not replaceable; you must order cable to replace fuse. 4 5 5 Figure 6-20 Servo Control Oxygen PC Board ©...
  • Page 165: Accessory Hangers

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts 6.1.10 Accessory Hangers Front Pleur-evac hanger (south) .........6600-1202-500 Side Pleur-evac hanger (E/W) ........6600-1703-500 Screw, M4 x 10 ..............6600-0707-409 Split ring lock washer, M4 ..........6600-0713-403 DIN rail bracket ..............6600-1820-500 DIN rail ..................6600-1854-500 Screw, M4 x 16L,Skt. Hd ..........6600-0707-411 Washer, M4 ................6600-0712-403 Screw, M5 x 16L, Btn.
  • Page 166: Storage Drawer

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts 6.1.11 Storage Drawer Drawer slide .................6600-1717-500 Drawer mounting bracket*, front (south) ....6600-1781-500 Screw, M4 x 12 Button HD ..........6600-0706-410 Screw, M4 x 8 Button HD ..........6600-0706-408 Split ring lock washer, M4 ..........6600-0713-403 Flat washer, M4..............6600-0712-446 Storage drawer..............6600-1279-500 Screw, M5 x 12 Button HD Nyloc ........6600-0715-410 Star washer, M5 internal tooth ........6600-0713-433 10.
  • Page 167: Figure 6-23 Storage Drawer (On Units With Three-Piece Shroud Assembly)

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Figure 6-23 Storage Drawer (on Units with Three-piece Shroud Assembly) Weight limit label ...............6600-1839-101 Knob ..................0217-5335-300 Washer ...................0202-0095-300 Shelf (order item 1 when replacing shelf)....6600-1733-500 Figure 6-24 Instrument Shelf (6600-0865-700) © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 168: Figure 6-25 Monitor Shelf (6600-0824-800)

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Shelf (order item 2 when replacing shelf)....6600-0481-501 Weight limit label ...............6600-1941-101 Shelf support ...............6600-0811-501 Mounting block assembly..........6600-0290-800 Washer ...................0202-0095-300 Knob ..................0217-5335-300 Screw, 1/4 - 20 x 5/8 ............6600-0394-400 Figure 6-25 Monitor Shelf (6600-0824-800) © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 169: Figure 6-26 E-Cylinder Holder (6600-0836-800)

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Cylinder Holder Assembly ............M1151570 Cylinder Holder Assembly, XL ..........M1151571 Older design parts are no longer available. Figure 6-26 E-Cylinder Holder (6600-0836-800) © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 170: Figure 6-27 Tubing Management Arm (6600-0837-800)

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Goose neck ................6600-1866-500 Tubing plate .................6600-1862-500 Screw cover ................6600-1206-403 Screw, pan hd..............6600-1213-400 Mount ..................6600-1845-500 Figure 6-27 Tubing Management Arm (6600-0837-800) © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 171: Figure 6-28 Dovetail Mount Din Rail (6600-0659-803)

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Mounting bracket housing ..........6600-1541-500 Mounting bracket lock ............6600-1542-500 Screw, M4 x12 ..............6600-0853-400 DIN rail ..................6600-1540-501 Spacer ..................6600-1538-500 Screw, M8 x 35 Skt Hd .............6600-0852-400 Figure 6-28 Dovetail Mount DIN Rail (6600-0659-803) © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 172: Figure 6-29 Silo Support Assembly (6600-0853-800)

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Figure 6-29 Silo Support Assembly (6600-0853-800) © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 173: Figure 6-30 Rotating I.v. Pole Assembly (6600-0851-800)

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Screw, 10-32 Button Hd..........6600-1258-400 Knob ..................M1081553 Teflon washer ..............6600-1238-400 (No longer available.) Knob, block ................0217-5335-300 Washer ...................0202-0095-300 Bushing ..................6700-0030-400 Label ..................6600-2497-101 NOTE: If you need to replace the upper or lower swing arms, order the entire I.V. pole assembly. Figure 6-30 Rotating I.V.
  • Page 174: Figure 6-31 Dovetail Extension (6600-0852-800)

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Dovetail rail ................6600-1946-500 Bottom end cap ..............6600-0366-500 Screw, 4-40 x 1/2, Skt. Hd..........0144-2117-208 Top end cap .................6600-1239-400 Swing arm assembly............6600-1516-700 Knob ..................M1081553 Teflon washer ..............6600-1238-400 Knob, block ................0217-5335-300 Washer ...................0202-0095-300 10. Bushing ..................6700-0030-400 11. Lock washer, int. tooth ............0202-3418-300 12.
  • Page 175: Accessories

    Internal shelf- front right (SE) and rear left (NW) ......6600-1793-500 rear left (NE) and front right (SW) ......6600-1794-500 Scale ..................Call your GE sales representative or distributor. Oscillator port cover ............6600-0838-800 © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 176: Labels

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts 6.3 Labels 6600-2325-101 6600-2325-102 6600-2325-103 6600-2325-107 6600-2325-104 6600-2325-108 © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 177 Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, and Dutch ........6600-2546-101 Russian, Danish, Swedish, and Norwegian ............6600-2546-102 Portuguese, Estonian, Turkish, Romanian, Czech, and Polish ....M1093119 Korean, Serbian, Slovak, Greek ................M1125076 Lithuanian, Croatian, Bulgarian ................M1144131 6600-2343-101 6600-2426-100 6600-2347-101 6600-1839-101 6600-2384-101 6600-1941-101 ©...
  • Page 178 Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Clear....................6600-2382-102 Opaque ....................6600-2402-102 Bed up/down pedal switch label .........6600-2552-101 © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 179 Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts English .....................6600-2341-101 French ....................6600-2341-102 Spanish ....................6600-2341-103 German ...................6600-2341-104 Italian ....................6600-2341-105 Dutch ....................6600-2341-110 OHMEDA ® 154249 0086 Medical T Y P E : B C L A S S : 1 w MAX CONTINUOUS 2A @ 115 V ~ OPERATION Ohmeda Medical Laurel, MD...
  • Page 180: Pcb Layouts

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts 6.4 PCB Layouts Calibration Jumper 6600-1226-600 Main control board software (U42) 6600-0234-850* Audio software (U22) 6600-0243-850 Audio wave form (U18) 6600-0244-850 REV: Control board revision level number *Kit includes display driver software. Figure 6-32 Control Board (6600-0212-850) ©...
  • Page 181: Figure 6-33 Display Driver Board (6600-0215-850)

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Display Driver software (U5) 6600-0234-850* Real Time Clock (U7) 6600-1228-600 *Kit includes main control board software. Figure 6-33 Display Driver Board (6600-0215-850) © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 182: Figure 6-34 Relay Board (6600-0214-850) Revision Level 10 Or Higher

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Board assembly revision number AIR CIRCULATION MOTOR AIR FLOW SENSOR DC OUTPUT WARMER HEATER CONTROL INC HEATER CONTROL 50 49 MOTOR TRANS SEC EBASE MOTOR HOOD MOTOR FOOT SWITCHES HOOD POSITION SENSORS HOOD HAND CONTROL HEATER DOOR SENSORS RH ADD Fuse 3.15 amp...
  • Page 183: Figure 6-35 Relay Board (6600-0214-850) Revision Level 9 Or Lower

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Board assembly revision number Humidifier Fuse Time Lag 3.15A/250V 6600-0517-602 (The interface board plugs into these clips.) Fuse 120V 2 amp 6600-1324-602 Fuse 230V 1 amp 6600-1324-601 Humidifier Interface Board No longer needed. Supply Fuse Time Lag 3.15A/250V 6600-0517-602 Figure 6-35 Relay Board (6600-0214-850) Revision Level 9 or Lower ©...
  • Page 184: Wiring Diagrams

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts 6.5 Wiring Diagrams To J20 on Graphics Driver Board Environmental Sensor for Systems with Panel Connector Replacement Kit Environmental Connector viewed from wire termination side of 6600-0241-850 panel connector brown black black orange brown black brown green orange blue...
  • Page 185: Figure 6-37 Wiring Diagram: Elevating Base

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Base Pedestal Ebase Right/East Foot 6600-0750-700 6600-0713-700 6600-0285-850 To J40 DOWN white EBASEDOWN yellow J40.1 brown orange EBASEUP orange J40.2 black blue HOODPEDAL brown J40.3 Relay shield green green J40.4 SPKR+ J40.5 Board black SPKR- black J40.6 Ebase Left/West Foot 6600-0715-700...
  • Page 186: Figure 6-38 Wiring Diagram: Electrical Enclosure

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Ebase Transformer 6600-0746-700 Sec A 14.6vac To J44 on Sec A 14.6vac white Sec B 14.6vac violet Relay Board Sec B 14.6vac black Configuration Plug Group 1 To J52 on Ebase / Hood Phase black Neutral white Transformer Relay Board...
  • Page 187: Figure 6-39 Wiring Diagram: Graphics Display

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Alpha Numeric Pad 6600-0725-700 +12V J27.1 +12V J27.2 J27.3 J27.4 J27.5 J27.6 J27.7 GRAPHICS DRIVER EL DISPLAY J27.8 J27.9 J27.10 XSCL J27.11 J27.12 VUD0 J27.13 J27.14 VUD1 J27.15 J27.16 VUD2 J27.17 J27.18 VUD3 J27.19 J27.20 6600-1026-600 J24.1 J24.2 SWITCH...
  • Page 188: Figure 6-40 Wiring Diagram: Incubator Heater, Relay Board Rev. Level 10 Or Higher

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Incubator Heater With Isolation Transformer Revision 10 and above Relay Boards Exiting Isolation Transformer design unchanged from exiting Giraffe Incubator. 6600-0815-700 6600-0622-700 Configuration Isolation Transformer Plug Group 1 To J50 on white J50.2 J50.1 Relay Board To J49 on J49.1...
  • Page 189: Figure 6-41 Wiring Diagram: Incubator Heater, Relay Board Rev. Level 9 Or Lower

    Relay Board Thermostat black 6600-0864-700 6600-1019-600 6600-0709-700 Incubator Heater with Isolation Transformer Exiting Isolation Transformer design unchanged from exiting Connector Adapter Harness Giraffe Incubator. used to 6600-0815-700 6600-1534-700 connect to Configuration Isolation Transformer J50 on relay Plug Group 1 board white...
  • Page 190: Figure 6-42 Wiring Diagram: Incubator Fan And Sensor

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Incubator Optical Fan Sensor 6600-0748-702 6600-0748-701 J33.1 J33.2 black To J33 on J33.3 brown J33.4 orange Air flow signal Relay Board J33.5 shield 230V 6600-0729-700 115V Optical Fan Sensor Configuration Plug Group 1 6600-0820-700 Incubator Air Circulation Motor 6600-0711-700 6600-1057-600 J30.1...
  • Page 191: Figure 6-43 Wiring Diagram: Servo Humidifier, Relay Board Rev. Level 10 Or Higher

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Humidifier Isolation Transformer Relay Board 6600-1328-600 115 VAC 230 VAC Configured Configured FUSE NEUTRAL Safety Relay PHASE 6600-1526-700 FUSE J55.1 brown J55.2 black J55.5 J55.6 orange Orange color wires Yellow color wires 6600-0224-850 115V 230V 6600-0749-701 6600-0749-702 PCB SSR Heater Body...
  • Page 192: Figure 6-44 Wiring Diagram: Servo Humidifier, Relay Board Rev. Level 9 Or Lower

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts Humidifier Isolation Transformer Relay Board with Humidifier Isolation Adapter Board 6600-1328-600 115 VAC 230 VAC Configured Configured NEUTRAL FUSE Safety Relay PHASE 6600-1526-700 FUSE J56.1 brown J56.2 black J56.5 J56.6 orange Orange color wires Yellow color wires PCB SSR 6600-0224-850 115V...
  • Page 193: Figure 6-45 Wiring Diagram: Servo Control Oxygen

    Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts 6600-0604-700 green J85.1 RH SIGNAL orange Sensor Plug J85.2 J85.3 THERMISTOR2 yellow J85.4 THERMISTOR1 black J85.5 violet J85.6 brown J85.7 blue Sensor Boards J85.8 Oxygen 6600-1511-700 Sensors P92.1 CONNECTS TO PAD 3 P92.2 CONNECTS TO PAD 2 P92.3 CONNECTS TO PAD 1 6600-0233-850 6600-0120-850...
  • Page 194 Chapter 6: Illustrated Parts © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 195: Appendix A: Compartment And Skin Probe Characteristics

    Appendix A: Compartment and Skin Probe Characteristics Temp Res. Temp Res. Temp Res. Temp Res. °C Ohms °C Ohms °C Ohms °C Ohms 29.9 8071.2 33.8 6835.5 37.7 5810.8 41.6 4957.6 30.0 8036.5 33.9 6806.8 37.8 5786.9 41.7 4937.7 30.1 8002.0 34.0 6778.2...
  • Page 196 Appendix A: Compartment and Skin Probe Characteristics © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 197: Appendix B: Specifications

    Appendix B: Specifications B.1 Power Requirements • 10.5 A @100v ~, 50/60 Hz • 9 A @115v ~, 50/60 Hz • 4.5 A @ 220v ~, 50/60 Hz • 4.5 A @ 230v ~, 50/60 Hz • 4.5 A @ 240v ~, 50/60 Hz Inrush for 1/2 cycle current < 80 A B.2 Accessory Outlets • 2 A @100v ~, 50/60 Hz...
  • Page 198: Operating Environment

    Appendix B: Specifications B.4 Operating Environment Temperature 20 to 30ºC Humidity 10 to 95% Non-condensing relative humidity Pressure 50 to 106 kPa B.5 Storage Conditions Temperature -25 to 60ºC Humidity 5 to 95% Non-condensing relative humidity Pressure 50 to 106 kPa B.6 User Control Settings Patient control temperature 35-37.5ºC in 0.1ºC increments Air control temperature 20-39ºC in 0.1 increments Humidity: Servo- % relative humidity 30-95% in 5% increments B.7 Alarms High Air Temp 1.5ºC over AST (air set temperature) Low Air Temp 3.0ºC under AST Baby Hot 1.0ºC* over BST (baby set temperature) Baby Cold 1.0ºC* under BST Fan Failure Failure of blower system Air Temp >38ºC >38ºC for AST <37ºC...
  • Page 199: Performance

    Appendix B: Specifications B.8 Performance B.8.1 System Control +/- 1.0ºC Control Temp vs. Avg. Incubator Temp with level bed in manual mode. accuracy Variability +/- 0.5ºC Incubator Temp vs. Avg. Incubator Temp Time to reach 38.5ºC control temp from cold start in 25ºC 50% RH room Warm-up time < 50 min. ambient Patient +/- 0.3ºC @ 30ºC Accuracy of patient temperature measurement system within range of measurement to 42ºC accuracy temperature measurement In Whisper Quiet mode, velocity measured 10 cm above the center of Air Velocity < 10 cm/sec the mattress, closed bed CO2 level 0.3% Maximum CO2 level measured per IEC 60601-2-19, clause 105.1 In Whisper Quiet mode, sound level measured 10 cm above the center Sound level < 50 dBA of the mattress B.8.2 Humidity +/- 10 % of full range for Servo control Humidity control setting vs. average humidity at 10 cm settings up to 85%; minimum accuracy above center of bed...
  • Page 200: Weight Scale

    Appendix B: Specifications B.9 Weight Scale Functional range 300 g to 8 kg Accuracy ± 10 g Resolution 10 g (factory setting) or 5 g (for some scales only) NOTE: For the European Union (EU) and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) member states in Europe, check with your local regulations with respect to the Non-Automated Weighing Instrument (NAWI) directive as to the process and frequency for scale calibration. The resolution of scales distributed in this EU region vary depending on the scale revision: • Scales with revision 2.72 only have a resolution option of 10 g. • Scales with revision 2.86 have a resolution of 5 g up to 5000 g and 10 g up to 8000 g. B.10 Mechanical Specifications Bed Lowered Bed Raised Maximum Height 147 cm 178 cm Maximum Width: 66 cm Maximum Depth (front to back): 114 cm Maximum Weight: 174 kg B.10.1 Accessories Maximum load Storage drawer 7 kg Monitor shelf...
  • Page 201: Appendix C: Rs-232 Serial Data

    The user interface cable must have capacitance less than 1500 pF. It should be a shielded cable such as Belden 9611 with AMP shielding kit 748046-1 and ferrule 747579-8. C.2 Data Stream The data stream from the Giraffe products is repeated every two seconds. The RS-232 parameters are 19200bps baud rate, no parity, 8 data bits, and one stop bit. The data is in ASCII format; the string is described below.
  • Page 202: Nurse Call

    Appendix C: RS-232 Serial Data item Description 28.3 Air display temperature from the compartment probe. 33.0 Desired Environmental Temperature (DET). In air mode, this is also the air control temperature. 36.5 Patient control temperature. Heater power. Patient mode. This is either a “P” or “N.” Open bed mode.
  • Page 203 Appendix C: RS-232 Serial Data Connector The Nurse Call contacts and the serial data output share the same female, nine pin, d-type connector. Description Pin 6: Closed contact under normal conditions, i.e. power on, no alarm (recommended configuration) Pin 1: Common contact Open contact under normal conditions, power on, no alarm These contacts are not powered. They Pin 9: only provide closure.
  • Page 204 Appendix C: RS-232 Serial Data © 2001 by Datex-Ohmeda, Inc.. All rights reserved. 6600-0356-000 103...
  • Page 205: Appendix D: Additional Safety Information

    Appendix D: Additional Safety Information Statements Warning: The user or service staff should dispose all the waste properly as per federal, state, and local waste disposal regulations. Improper disposal could result in personal injury and environmental impact. Symbols The following symbols appear on the unit: Symbol Description Consult accompanying documents.
  • Page 206 上海GE中国科技园 Tel + 1 954 744 5600 地址:中国上海市浦东张江高科技园华佗路1号, 201203 Tel + (8621) 38777888 Fax + (8621) 38777402 Brazil Only GE Healthcare Clinical Systems Equipamentos Médicos Ltda Australia 1300 722 229 Av. Paulista, 37 - 13º andar China 800 810 8188 CEP: 01311-902 - Cerqueira César...