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IntelliVue Patient Monitor
MP 60 /7 0
P a t i e nt M o n i t o r i n g

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  • Page 1 S e r v ice Gui de IntelliVue Patient Monitor MP 60 /7 0 P a t i e nt M o n i t o r i n g...
  • Page 2: Service Tool Procedure, Version

    Part Number M8000-9301A (&...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Abbreviations Responsibility of the Manufacturer Passwords 2 Theory of Operation Integrated Monitor Theory of Operation System Boundaries Hardware Building Blocks IntelliVue MP60 IntelliVue MP70 Optional Hardware Compatible Devices Power Supply CPU Boards I/O Boards Data Flow Data Acquisition Data Provider System Service...
  • Page 4 Preventive Maintenance Performance Verifications Upgrades Tests Visual Test Power On Test NBP Tests NBP Accuracy Test NBP Leakage Test NBP Linearity Test Valve Test Sidestream CO Performance Test Barometric Pressure Check and Calibration Leakage Check Pump Check Flow Rate Check and Calibration Noise Check Gas Measurement Calibration Check Calibration Verification...
  • Page 5 Replacement Level Supported Software Revision Check Obtaining Replacement Parts Troubleshooting Guide Checks for Obvious Problems Checks Before Opening the Instrument Checks with the Instrument switched Off Checks with the Instrument Switched On, AC connected Initial Instrument Boot Phase Troubleshooting Tables How to use the Troubleshooting tables Boot Phase Failures Integrated Display is blank...
  • Page 6 Removing the I/O Boards Removing the ECG Out board if no SRL2 board is plugged Removing the Integrated Module Slot, the Measurement Server Mount or blank covers 91 Separating the front and back half of the monitor Removing Power Switch board Removing the Backlights Further Disassembly Exchanging the Touchscreen...
  • Page 7 Plug-In Modules Replaceable Parts Single-Width Plug-In Module Double-Width Plug-In Module Plug-in Module Replaceable Parts Plug-In Module Language Specific Front Housings, Table 1 Plug-In Module Language Specific Front Housings, Table 2 Plug-In Module Specific Bezels BIS Module Replaceable Parts BIS Module Components tcpO2/tcpCO2 Module Accessories External Display Part Numbers Remote Input Devices Part Numbers...
  • Page 8 Monitor M8005A and M8007A Site Requirements Space Requirements Environmental Requirements Temperature Humidity Altitude Electrical and Safety Requirements (Customer or Philips) Safety Requirements Electrical Requirements Remote Device Site Requirements Multi-Measurement Server M3001A or Flexible Module Server M8048A Space Requirements Multi-Measurement Server M3001A...
  • Page 9 Cabling Options and Conduit Size Requirements Input Devices Local Printer Philips Medical LAN MIB Interface Flexible Nurse Call Relay Interface ECG Out Interface 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Introduction Description Product Structure Physical Specifications Environmental Specifications Performance Specifications CO2 Measurement AWRR derived from CO2 Waveform...
  • Page 10 Equipotential Grounding Combining Equipment Checking and Calibrating the Anesthetic Gas Module Access Service Functions of the M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module When and how to check the Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module Equipment required for checking Checks and adjustments Performance Leakage Check...
  • Page 11 IR Measurement Assembly Diagnostic Checks Agent ID Assmebly Diagnostic Checks Power Supply Diagnostic Checks Operating Temperature Diagnostic Checks Test Points, Connectors and Jumpers Test Points Connectors Jumpers Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module Introduction The Top Cover Removal Replacement Lifting the IR Measurement Mounting Bracket Removal Replacement Infrared Measurement Assembly Head...
  • Page 12 Top Cover PC Board Removal Replacement Watertrap Manifold and Protector Removal Replacement Power Fuses Removal Replacement Test and Inspection Matrix When to Perform Test Blocks Safety Test Appendix Parts List Calibration Equipment...
  • Page 13: Introduction

    Who Should Use This Guide This guide is for biomedical engineers or technicians responsible for troubleshooting, repairing, and maintaining Philips’ patient monitoring systems. How to Use This Guide This guide is divided into eight sections. Navigate through the table of contents at the left of the screen to select the desired topic.
  • Page 14: Responsibility Of The Manufacturer

    To ensure safety, use only those Philips parts and accessories specified for use with the monitor. If non- Philips parts are used, Philips is not liable for any damage that these parts may cause to the equipment. This document contains proprietary information which is protected by copyright. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 15: Theory Of Operation

    • alarms in the case of patient or equipment problems • offers limited data storage and retrieval (trending) • interfaces to the Philips Clinical Network and other equipment A monitor with just a single integrated measurement server can be connected to additional building blocks to form a monitoring system with a large number of measurements, additional interface capabilities and multiple slave displays.
  • Page 16 Philips Clinical Network (wired LAN) connects multiple patient monitors, information centers, application servers; closed system, only Philips qualified products (tested and with regulatory approval) are connected, Philips is responsible for guaranteed real-time functionality and performance Philips Clinical Network (wireless)
  • Page 17: Hardware Building Blocks

    • integrates the display and processing unit into a single package • uses a 15” TFT XGA Color display • uses the Philips SpeedPoint as primary input device; computer devices such as mice, trackball, and keyboard can be added optionally •...
  • Page 18: Intellivue Mp70

    • integrates the display and processing unit into a single package, • uses a 15” TFT XGA Color display • uses the Philips Touchscreen as primary input device, whereas the Philips SpeedPoint and computer devices such as mice, trackball, and keyboard can be added optionally •...
  • Page 19: Optional Hardware

    Integrated Monitor Theory of Operation 2 Theory of Operation Optional Hardware A measurement server mount and /or an integrated module slot can be ordered optionally. Measurement Server Mount Integrated Module Slot Compatible Devices Figure 1 M8048A Flexible Module Server (FMS) Figure 2 M3001A Multi-Measurement Server (MMS)
  • Page 20: Power Supply

    2 Theory of Operation Integrated Monitor Theory of Operation Power Supply Front End 5 V, 56 V AC/DC Isolating DC/DC Modules Converter MMS, MMS-EXT 48V /120W 12 V Backlight DC/DC Converter Backlight 3.3 V DC/DC DC/DC DC/DC DC/DC 10 V AC I/F boards HIF, LED’s, 12 V...
  • Page 21 $FTXLVLWLRQ The CPUs provide two LAN interfaces to interconnect CPUs (via the Internal LAN) or to connect to the Philips Clinical Network. The CPU capabilities are identical. Different loading options are coded on serial EEPROMs to support the automatic configuration of the operating system at boot time.
  • Page 22: I/o Boards

    The following is a list of Interface (I/O) boards which may be present in your monitor, depending on your purchased configuration: • MSL • Video (analog) • Philips Clinical Network (LAN) • PS/2 • MIB/RS232 • Flexible Nurse Call • Parallel printer •...
  • Page 23: Data Flow

    • Server systems on the Philips Clinical Network To enable networked applications such as the other bed overview, data can be acquired from server systems attached to the Philips Clinical Network, for example a Philips Information Center Data Provider System Service All data that is acquired from measurement servers or external measurement devices is temporarily stored by a dedicated data provider system service.
  • Page 24: Persistent Data Storage System Service

    2 Theory of Operation Integrated Monitor Theory of Operation The amount of data stored in the data provider system service varies for the different data types. for example several seconds of wave forms and the full set of current numerical values are temorarily stored in RAM.
  • Page 25 Integrated Monitor Theory of Operation 2 Theory of Operation • Digitized patient signals including wave data, numerical data and status information (typically from the measurement server to a display unit) • Control data representing user interactions (typically from the display unit to a measurement server) •...
  • Page 26: Philips Clinical Network

    Integrated Monitor Theory of Operation Philips Clinical Network The monitoring system may be connected to the Philips Clinical Network, for example to provide central monitoring capabilities or other network services. This connection may be through a normal wired connection or through a wireless connection.
  • Page 27: Monitor Software Block Diagram

    2 Theory of Operation Monitor Software Block Diagram Figure 4 shows the functional block diagram for the monitoring system. A legend explaining terms and diagram elements follows. The information below varies depending on the purchased monitor options. Philips Clinical Audio Visual Video Out...
  • Page 28: Block Diagram Legend

    2 Theory of Operation Integrated Monitor Theory of Operation Block Diagram Legend Functional Block Description Services Operating System The Operating System (OS) provides a layer of isolation between the specific hardware implementation and the application software. The OS performs system checks and allocates resources to ensure safe operation when the system is first started.
  • Page 29 Integrated Monitor Theory of Operation 2 Theory of Operation Functional Block Description Record The Record Service retrieves current and stored physiological data and status data to format a continuous strip recording. A recording can be triggered manually by the operator or automatically by an alarm condition.
  • Page 30 2 Theory of Operation Integrated Monitor Theory of Operation Functional Block Description Calc Param The Calc Param (Calculated Parameters) service accesses current, stored and manually entered physiological data as input to calculation formulas. With these formulas, derived hemodynamic, oxygenation and ventilation variables are computed.
  • Page 31 Integrated Monitor Theory of Operation 2 Theory of Operation Functional Block Description Display & Operator Interface The Display and Operator Interface Manager performs the following tasks: • Screen presentation of real-time and stored physiological measurement data, alarm condition data and status information received from the MDSE interface manager, the Alarm service or other IntelliVue Patient Monitoring System modules...
  • Page 32 2 Theory of Operation Integrated Monitor Theory of Operation Functional Block Description ECG-Out Marker-In The ECG Out/Marker In interface receives the ECG waveform directly from the ECG/Resp Arrhythmia ST-Segment physiological algorithm via an RS-422 serial interface and converts the digital ECG signal to an analog ECG signal. In addition, the ECG Out controller receives from a connected device the marker information and forwards this data to the ECG/Resp Arrhythmia ST-Segment physiological algorithm.
  • Page 33: Testing And Maintenance

    Test Reporting Authorized Philips personnel report test results back to Philips to add to the product development database. Hospital personnel, however, do not need to report results. This table shows you what to record on the service record after completing the tests in this chapter.
  • Page 34: Recommended Frequency

    3 Testing and Maintenance Recommended Frequency Recommended Frequency The testing checklist appears in the next section of this chapter. Perform the procedures as indicated in the suggested testing timetable. These timetable recommendations do not supersede local requirements. Suggested Testing Timetable Frequency Preventive Maintenance Tests Required...
  • Page 35: Tests Recommended When Performing

    Tests Recommended When Performing... 3 Testing and Maintenance Tests Recommended When Performing... Installation Service Event Test Blocks Required (When performing..Complete these tests) Installation of monitor with no display connected Perform Visual and Power On Test Blocks to the VGA output Installation of monitor with a display connected Perform Visual, Power On and Safety (1) Test to the VGA output...
  • Page 36: Tests

    3 Testing and Maintenance Tests Tests Some of the following testprocedures must be performed in service mode. To enter service mode select Operating Modes in the main menu. Then select Service Mode and enter the password. If required, open the screen menu in the monitor info line at the top of the screen and select Service to access the service screen.
  • Page 37: Nbp Leakage Test

    Tests 3 Testing and Maintenance Connect the manometer and the pump with tubing to the NBP connector on the MMS and to the expansion chamber. In service mode, select the Setup NBP menu. Select Close Valves: On Raise the pressure to 280 mmHg with the manometer pump. Wait 10 seconds for the measurement to stabilize.
  • Page 38: Valve Test

    3 Testing and Maintenance Tests Valve Test Raise the pressure again to 280 mmHg. Select Close valves: Off . Wait five seconds and then document the value displayed. The value should be less than 10 mmHg. Document the value displayed by the monitor (x4). Test Expected test results Accuracy test...
  • Page 39: Barometric Pressure Check And Calibration

    Tests 3 Testing and Maintenance • Leakage check • Pump check • Flow check and calibration, if required. • Noise check • CO Cal check and calibration, if required. • CO Cal verification using 2nd cal gas Perform all checks in the same session. Barometric Pressure Check and Calibration Check the barometric pressure value in the sidestream CO extension as follows:...
  • Page 40: Pump Check

    3 Testing and Maintenance Tests Block the measurement server extension outlet using your fingertip and observe the flowmeter display. The value on the flowmeter (x2) should decrease to between 0 and 4 ml/min, accompanied by an audible increase in pump noise. If the value is within the tolerance limits, continue with part 2 of the leakage check.
  • Page 41: Noise Check

    Tests 3 Testing and Maintenance When you are satisfied that the flow is set as close as possible to 50 ml per minute, select Store Flow and confirm the setting. If you do not store the adjusted flow within 60 seconds of the adjustment, the old flow setting is restored.
  • Page 42: Calibration Verification

    3 Testing and Maintenance Tests 12 Open the valve on the calibration gas to allow CO gas to flow into the extension. Allow the value to stabilize before the start of the calibration. Leave the valve open until the instrument gives a prompt that gas can be removed.
  • Page 43: Temperature Accuracy

    Tests 3 Testing and Maintenance Table 1 Documenting CO Test Results Test Expected Test Results Pump Check x4 = difference in pressure between cell pressure and ambient pressure displayed on the monitor during occlusion (x4 >120 mmHg) Flow Check x5 = difference between measured value and 50.0 ml/min (x5<7.5 ml/min) Noise Check x6 = noise index displayed on monitor (x6<3.0)
  • Page 44: Invasive Pressure Performance Test

    3 Testing and Maintenance Tests The value should be 40 rpm +/- 2 rpm. Invasive Pressure Performance Test This test checks the performance of the invasive pressure measurement. Tools required: Patient simulator. Connect the patient simulator to the pressure connector on the MMS or the measurement server extension.
  • Page 45: Bis Performance Test

    Tests 3 Testing and Maintenance Service Tool Procedure, Version 2 This procedure applies only for Service Tool M1012-61601 in combination with C.O. modules with option C10. In monitoring mode, connect the C.O. interface cable to the module. Connect one side of the service tool to the injectate receptacle of the C.O. interface cable and the other side to the catheter cable receptacle.
  • Page 46: Multi-port Nurse Call Connector Test

    3 Testing and Maintenance Tests Multi-Port Nurse Call Connector Test This test checks the operation of the Flexible Nurse Call Relay. The Nurse Call Relay test is recommended for customer sites where the nurse call is in use. The following diagram and table show the pins and relay identifiers of the connector: Cable Color Coding Relay black...
  • Page 47: Ecg Sync Performance Test

    Tests 3 Testing and Maintenance Tools required: Ohmmeter. Plug an M8087-61001 cable into the Nurse Call Relay connector. Connect the ohmmeter and measure the pins as indicated in the diagram and table. The relay contacts should behave as described above. The behavior may vary depending on configuration choices.
  • Page 48: Safety Testing

    3 Testing and Maintenance Tests The test module acts in the same way as an external device would, and sends signals to the VueLink module in both analog and digital form. The computer module checks these signals for validity, and then displays “passed”...
  • Page 49: Safety Test Procedures

    Tests 3 Testing and Maintenance Safety Test Procedures Use the test procedures outlined here only for verifying safe installation or service of the product. The setups used for these tests and the acceptable ranges of values are derived from local and international standards but may not be equivalent.
  • Page 50 3 Testing and Maintenance Tests S(1) Part 2: System Enclosure Leakage current - Single Fault (open earth) M e d ic a l e le c tr ic a l s y s te m In s t ru m e n t u n d e r te s t S ig n a l p a rt s S ig n a l p a rt s ( ** )
  • Page 51 Tests 3 Testing and Maintenance S(2) Protective Earth Continuity Instrument under test L (N) N (L) Applied part Insulating pad 50 Hz 25 A or 1.5 Ir (*) If equipotential connection present : measure also with yellow/green E.P. conductor connected. Expected test results: With mains cable, maximum impedance x = 100 mOhms (IEC 60601-1 and UL2601-1) This measures impedance of Protective Earth (PE) terminal to all exposed metal parts of Instrument...
  • Page 52: Touchscreen Calibration

    3 Testing and Maintenance Touchscreen Calibration Touchscreen Calibration To access the touchscreen calibration screen: Enter service mode Select Main Setup Select Hardware Select Touch Calibration Please touch slowly each target as it appears on screen. Do not power off the monitor until this calibration has completed.
  • Page 53: Troubleshooting

    Who Should Perform Repairs Only qualified service personnel should open the monitor housing, remove and replace components, or make adjustments. If your medical facility does not have qualified service personnel, contact Philips’ Response Center or your local Philips representative. High Voltage - Voltages dangerous to life are present in the instrument when it is connected to the WARNING mains power supply.
  • Page 54: Software Revision Check

    Troubleshooting Tables. Taking the recommended actions discussed in this section will correct the majority of problems you may encounter. However, problems not covered here can be resolved by calling Philips Response Center or your local representative. Checks for Obvious Problems...
  • Page 55: Checks Before Opening The Instrument

    Troubleshooting Guide 4 Troubleshooting Checks Before Opening the Instrument You can isolate many problems by observing indicators on the instrument before it is necessary to open the instrument. It takes several seconds for the AC Power LED to switch on / off after the mains power cord has been N O TE connected / disconnected.
  • Page 56: Initial Instrument Boot Phase

    LED:red; Alarm Suspend LED (right): red Red Error LED is switched off. Boot Screen with the Philips Logo appears on the display. Test Sound is issued. All Alarm LEDs are switched off. Alarm LEDs are tested in the following sequence: Cyan on-off (left LED only) Yellow on-off (left &...
  • Page 57 Troubleshooting Guide 4 Troubleshooting Flexible Module Server Boot Phase For these steps it is assumed that the Flexible Module Server is connected via SRL-cable to the monitor Time Event (sec.) after Monitor Power On Red Error LED switches on immediately Green “Ready”...
  • Page 58: Troubleshooting Tables

    4 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Guide Troubleshooting Tables The following tables list troubleshooting activities sorted according to symptoms. Click on the links below to view a particular table. How to use the Troubleshooting tables The possible causes of failure and the remedies listed in the troubleshooting tables should be checked and performed in the order they appear in the tables.
  • Page 59: Boot Phase Failures

    Troubleshooting Guide 4 Troubleshooting Boot Phase Failures Symptoms Possible Causes of Failure Failure Isolation and Remedy AC LED does AC Connection not ok Check that the AC-Mains are powered and not light up the power cord is ok and connected LED defective Try to switch on the monitor.
  • Page 60 4 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Guide Symptoms Possible Causes of Failure Failure Isolation and Remedy Green On/ Power Switch Board not connected to the check if power switch board is connected Standby LED or main board correctly to the main board Red Error LED Power Switch board defective exchange Power switch board remain off after...
  • Page 61: Integrated Display Is Blank

    Troubleshooting Guide 4 Troubleshooting Integrated Display is blank Symptoms Possible Causes of Failure Failure Isolation and Remedy Integrated display is Display brightness is reduced Instrument should be placed in an blank or brightness is when room temperature, or environment that does not exceed 40 reduced instruments placed near patient degrees C or below 5 degrees C.
  • Page 62: Integrated Touch Display Not Functioning

    4 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Guide Integrated Touch Display not functioning Symptoms Possible Causes of Failure Failure Isolation and Remedy Touch Screen not Touch controller cable not Check connection from the touch functioning connected controller board to the main board Touch panel cable not connected Check connection from touch controller board to touch panel Touch controller board defective...
  • Page 63: External Display Is Blank

    Troubleshooting Guide 4 Troubleshooting External Display is blank Symptoms Possible Causes of Failure Failure Isolation and Remedy External Display is blank If integrated display is also blank proceed as described under “Integrated Display is blank” Video cable to external display Check video cable connection to external not connected display...
  • Page 64: External Touch Display Not Functioning

    4 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Guide External Touch Display not functioning Symptoms Possible Causes of Failure Failure Isolation and Remedy Touch Screen not External Tocuh cable not connected Check cable connection from functioning external touch to MIB board External Touch driver configuration Check RS232/MIB configuration: 1.
  • Page 65: General Monitor Inop Messages

    Troubleshooting Guide 4 Troubleshooting General Monitor INOP Messages INOP Message Possible Causes of Failure Failure Isolation and Remedy CHECKINTERNVOLTAG Problem with the voltages (5V, 12V) in Remove all I/O boards and put them the monitor back in one at a time to isolate any defective board.
  • Page 66: Remote Alarm Device

    4 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Guide INOP Message Possible Causes of Failure Failure Isolation and Remedy INTERNAL COMM.MALF. Problem with the I2C Bus Disconnect the external display and communication in the monitor try another one Video board defective Replace Video board Main board defective Replace Main board Remote Alarm Device Symptoms...
  • Page 67: Speed Point

    Troubleshooting Guide 4 Troubleshooting Speed Point Symptoms Possible Causes of Failure Failure Isolation and Remedy Speed Point attached Speed Point not connected properly Check cabling directly to the monitor not PS/2 I/O board in wrong slot Check I/O Matrix in Theory of functioning Operation PS/2 I/O Board defective...
  • Page 68 4 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Guide Symptoms Possible Causes of Failure Failure Isolation and Remedy Keyboard/Mouse attached Remote Extension Box is not Check cabling and connections to Remote Extension Box connected to the monitor or Input not functioning Device is not connected to Remote Extension Box Keyboard/Mouse defective Replace Keyboard/Mouse...
  • Page 69: Network Related Problems

    The monitor label is not set in the Set Monitor Label in Config central assigned to this bed” monitor (if the beds are “monitor Mode is issued labeled” in the Philips Information Center) Problem with the Philips Check PIC to Switch Information Center to Switch communication, Switch...
  • Page 70: Wireless Network

    4 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Guide Wireless Network Symptoms Possible Causes of Failure Failure Isolation and Remedy No central monitoring Monitor is out of range of the access Move monitor back into coverage possible (see also Network point (in this case the yellow sync area related problems) LED on the wireless adapter on the...
  • Page 71: Multi-measurement Server

    Troubleshooting Guide 4 Troubleshooting Multi-Measurement Server Symptoms Possible Causes of Failure Failure Isolation and Remedy Prompt message An unsupported Measurement Disconnect the measurement “Measurement Server Server Extension has been connected server extension Configuration not Measurement Server Extension is Replace Measurement Server supported”...
  • Page 72: Msl-related Problems

    4 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Guide MSL-related problems Symptoms Possible Causes of Failure Failure Isolation and Remedy Measurement Server does No Power Check MSL cable and replace if not start up (no LEDs necessary active), no INOP or Check MSL connector board and prompt displayed replace if necessary Measurement Server does...
  • Page 73 Troubleshooting Guide 4 Troubleshooting Symptoms Possible Causes of Failure Failure Isolation and Remedy INOP BAD SERVER Unexpected data detected on MSL Check cable and power cycle the LINK is issued monitor An FMS or MMS with an Connect FMS or MMS with incompatible software revision is compatible software revsion connected to the monitor.
  • Page 74: Alarm Issues

    4 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Guide Alarm Issues Alarm Lamps Symptoms Possible Causes of Failure Failure Isolation and Remedy INOP Message Check Alarm LED board cable reconnect cable Alarm Lamps is issued disconnected Alarm LED board defective replace Alarm LED board Main board defective replace Main board Alarm occurs, but no LED Environmental Lighting too bright...
  • Page 75: Individual Parameter Inops

    Troubleshooting Guide 4 Troubleshooting Individual Parameter INOPS If any of the following parameter INOP messages are issued try the respective parameter in another device. If the INOP message persists replace the parameter module, the MMS or other indicated device. • CO EQUIP MALF •...
  • Page 76: Flexible Module Server

    4 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Guide Flexible Module Server Symptoms Cause of Failure Failure Isolation and Remedy Prompt Message An unsupported module has been Unplug the unsupported module “Unrecognized plugged into the Flexible Module Measurement Module in Server slot s” is issued Prompt message Too many modules of the same kind Unplug module in slot n...
  • Page 77: Printer

    Printer job is stalled. I/O board defect replace I/O board Status message “Print Print error on Philips Information Print a test report on the Philips device Remote 1 (Remote Center Information center. If this fails, 2, Remote 3) unavailable” refer to Philips Information is issued.
  • Page 78: Recorder

    Troubleshooting Guide Symptoms Cause of Failure Failure Isolation and Remedy Status message “Printing on Print queue on Philips Information device Remote 1... (Remote Center is full. Reasons for this may 2, Remote 3)” is issued but Switch on printer power...
  • Page 79 Troubleshooting Guide 4 Troubleshooting Symptom Possible Cause Corrective Action Paper not feeding Paper roll off center. Center paper roll on roller guides. properly. Dirty roller. Clean roller. Module does not lock Locking plates defective. Remove and exchange the locking plates. into FMS.
  • Page 80: Mib / Rs232

    4 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Guide MIB / RS232 Symptoms Cause of Failure Failure Isolation and Remedy AGM connected to an The MIB/RS232 port is not Check configuration of the MIB/ RS232 port not configured for AGM RS232 ports in configuration functioning mode The cable between AGM and Check cable connection, replace...
  • Page 81: Flexible Nurse Call Relay

    Troubleshooting Guide 4 Troubleshooting Flexible Nurse Call Relay Symptoms Cause of Failure Failure Isolation and Remedy INOP message CHECK Nurse Call Relay board defective Replace Nurse Call Relay I/O NURSE CALL RELAY is board. issued Monitor alarmed, Nurse Incorrect configuration (Relay Check monitor configuration (see Call did not activate latency, Relay trigger)
  • Page 82: Data Flow Marker In And Ecg Wave

    4 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Guide Data Flow Marker In and ECG Wave The following illustration of the data flow for Marker In and ECG Wave may assist in troubleshooting. Defib Cable ECG_OUT ECG Wave Board Display Assembly Marker Isolat. DEFIB CPU,Communication System and Video Connector RS485...
  • Page 83: Status Log

    This key switches to the Multi Measurement Server (MMS) Revision Window If an event occurs repeatedly, contact your Philips Service Representative. It is possible, using the support tool, to download the status log and send it to your Philips Service N O TE Representative as a file (for example via e-mail).
  • Page 84 4 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Guide • identify defective devices • reset touch screen calibration For details on how to perform these tasks see the Support Tool User Manual.
  • Page 85: Troubleshooting The Individual Measurements Or Applications

    Performance Verification tests in the Testing and Maintenance section. The performance of the individual applications (event review, arrhythmia, trending) are affected by the configuration of the monitor. When contacting Philips support you may be asked about the configuration of the monitor to aid in troubleshooting.
  • Page 86 4 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Guide...
  • Page 87: Repair And Disassembly

    • 2 Small flat head screwdrivers • Needle Nose Pliars • ESD mat and wrist strap • 1 small Pozi or Philips head screwdriver Minimal Monitor Disassembly Disconnecting the SpeedPoint Remove the cable management cover by sliding the upper pin down and the lower pin up with a...
  • Page 88 5 Repair and Disassembly Tools Required Remove the two large screws with a T20 screwdriver. Disconnect the SpeedPoint cable and pull off the SpeedPoint.
  • Page 89: Removing The I/o Boards

    Tools Required 5 Repair and Disassembly Removing the I/O Boards Remove the cable management cover as described in Disconnecting the SpeedPoint. Remove the four small screws with a T10 screwdriver and take off the white plastic cover. Use the board removal tool located inside the white cover to pull out the I/O boards. Reassembly Note: You must place the MSL/LAN board in the bottom slot.
  • Page 90: Removing The Ecg Out Board If No Srl2 Board Is Plugged

    5 Repair and Disassembly Tools Required Removing the ECG Out board if no SRL2 board is plugged For instructions on removing the ECG Out board when an SRL2 board is plugged see Removing the ECG Out Board with an SRL2 Board plugged. Remove the mounting plate from the monitor if attached.
  • Page 91: Removing The Integrated Module Slot, The Measurement Server Mount Or Blank Covers

    Tools Required 5 Repair and Disassembly Removing the Integrated Module Slot, the Measurement Server Mount or blank covers Remove the bottom cover as described in Removing the ECG Out board if no SRL2 board is plugged. Pull out the two pins (one on each side of the monitor) using a flat screwdriver. Reassembly Note: When reassembling the monitor, the bottom end of the pins should snap into the plastic holders.
  • Page 92: Separating The Front And Back Half Of The Monitor

    5 Repair and Disassembly Tools Required Separating the front and back half of the monitor Remove the bottom cover as described in Removing the ECG Out board if no SRL2 board is plugged. Remove integrated module slot and measurement server mount as described in Removing the Integrated Module Slot, the Measurement Server Mount or blank covers.
  • Page 93 Tools Required 5 Repair and Disassembly Reassembly Note: When reassembling the monitor, make sure you insert the cables into the slots at the bottom of the assembly and to slide the display assembly into its hooks.
  • Page 94: Removing Power Switch Board

    5 Repair and Disassembly Tools Required Removing Power Switch board Separate the two halves of the monitor as decribed in Separating the front and back half of the monitor. Pull out the power switch connector on the tab. Remove the power switch board including its cover by pressing the plastic spring to the right using a flat screwdriver.
  • Page 95: Removing The Backlights

    Tools Required 5 Repair and Disassembly Removing the Backlights Remove the two screws that hold the backlight assemblies in place. Remove the cables from the backlight inverter board and slide the backlight assemblies gently out of the side. Backlight Inverter Board Backlight Inverter Board Backlight Locations Further Disassembly...
  • Page 96: Exchanging The Lcd Assembly

    5 Repair and Disassembly Tools Required Release the snaps on the side and pull off the display assembly from the panel. Reassembly Notes: • You must replace the touch panel and touch controller board together. The monitor will not operate if they do not match.
  • Page 97 Tools Required 5 Repair and Disassembly CAUTION Do not touch the LCD Panel. Remove the backlight tube cables. Remove LCD panel by unscrewing the two special screws on the top and the two regular screws on the bottom with T10 screwdriver.
  • Page 98: Removing Power Supply

    5 Repair and Disassembly Tools Required Removing Power Supply Remove the cable management cover and the white plastic cover as described in Removing the I/O Boards. Remove the top cover on the back of the monitor. It snaps off in two pieces, the middle one first. Lay the monitor face down, with the top facing towards you.
  • Page 99: Removing The Speaker

    Tools Required 5 Repair and Disassembly Shift the power supply towards the top of the monitor and lift it off. Reassembly Note: When reassembling, you must shift the power supply into place towards the bottom of the monitor (reverse motion to step 6 above). Removing the Speaker Unplug the speaker cable.
  • Page 100: Removing The Ecg Out Board With An Srl2 Board Plugged

    5 Repair and Disassembly Tools Required Removing the ECG Out Board with an SRL2 Board plugged Remove the screws on the SRL2 board and unplug the cable to the main board and remove the board. You cannot unplug and remove the SRL2 cable completely from the main board until you remove the ECG Out board.
  • Page 101: Removing The Video Board

    Tools Required 5 Repair and Disassembly Removing the Video Board Remove the three screws and unplug the video board connector from the main board. Captive Screw Captive Screw (Closeup) Pull up the board and slide it out Removing the Main Board Unplug the cable to the SpeedPoint (if installed).
  • Page 102 5 Repair and Disassembly Tools Required Remove the LED board connector. Reassembly Note: Reach under and plug in the cable on the side without the sheet metal. Remove the six screws on the back and lift the board out together with its metal stabilizer. Reassembly Note: Replacement main boards do not come with a metal stabilizer.
  • Page 103: Flexible Module Server (fms) Disassembly

    Flexible Module Server (FMS) Disassembly 5 Repair and Disassembly Flexible Module Server (FMS) Disassembly Removing the Handle and the Measurement Server Mount Please note that any combination of handles and mounts is possible. Remove the two screws on the bottom with a T20 screwdriver. Slide the handle up and pull it out.
  • Page 104 5 Repair and Disassembly Flexible Module Server (FMS) Disassembly Remove the two white pins on each side with a small screwdriver. Take off the rear housing. Rear Front Remove the four screws on the CPU board, pull it gently off the mother board, unplugging the connector at the same time.
  • Page 105 Flexible Module Server (FMS) Disassembly 5 Repair and Disassembly Remove the four remaining screws on the mainboard. Pull off side connector brackets by pulling them gently away from the housing on each side and lifting carefully. Lift up and pull on the tabs to remove the connector holders. Reassembly Note: The connector holders are side specific.
  • Page 106 5 Repair and Disassembly Flexible Module Server (FMS) Disassembly 10 Unsnap the lightpipe. Reassembly Note: You must snap the lightpipe bottom into place before inserting the top into the tab. Bottom 11 Pull off the main board. Reassembly Note: Make sure that the rubber seal around the module connectors is inserted properly into the front housing.
  • Page 107: Plug-in Modules

    Plug-in Modules 5 Repair and Disassembly Plug-in Modules The snap lock holds the plug-in module in the FMS. rsnaplck.mif ‘ rsnapcth.mif To remove the snap lock: Grip the module firmly in one hand and using your thumb, pull the front edge of the snap lock away from the plug-in module so that the lug on the snap lock clears the retaining edge of the module.
  • Page 108: Tcpo2/tcpco2 Calibration Chamber Kit

    5 Repair and Disassembly Plug-in Modules When you disassemble/assemble a plug-in module a patient leakage current test must be performed WARNING before it is used again for monitoring. To disassemble a plug-in module: Remove the front housing. – Place the module on a flat surface and insert a card (similar to a credit or cheque type card) into one side of the module to disengage the 2 tabs securing the front housing to the module housing.
  • Page 109: Recorder Module Paper

    5 Repair and Disassembly Recorder Module Paper The recorder will not run when the door is open or when the recorder is out of paper. To prevent damage to the recorder module, use only Philips approved paper (Philips re-order number 40477A/B) STEP STEP...
  • Page 110: Removing The Front Cover

    5 Repair and Disassembly Plug-in Modules There is high voltage inside the Instrument (800V). Do not connect the Measurement Server WARNING Extension to a Monitor while the Extension housing is open. As well, parts inside the Instrument may be contaminated with bacteria. Protect yourself from possible infection by wearing examination gloves during these procedures.
  • Page 111: Removing The Co2 Scrubber

    Plug-in Modules 5 Repair and Disassembly If you accidentally try to remove the wrong side of the bottom cover, you will notice that it is attached N O TE to the inside of the Extension with a ribbon connector and that the dual link bar prevents you from removing it completely.
  • Page 112: Removing The Pump

    5 Repair and Disassembly Plug-in Modules Being careful not to touch anything else in the Extension, use tweezers to pull the body of the CO Scrubber out of the bracket. Holding the body of the CO Scrubber with your fingers, carefully disconnect the Extension intake tube from the scrubber end and remove the CO Scrubber from the Extension.
  • Page 113: Refit Procedures For The Measurement Server Extension

    Plug-in Modules 5 Repair and Disassembly N O TE After replacing the Pump, reset the displayed value displayed using the Reset PumpOpTime selection (Service Mode>CO Setup). When the PumpOpTime has been reset an INOP will be generated: “CO OCCLUSION”. To clear this INOP you must perform a flow check and store the flow in Service Mode (select “Store Flow”) Refit Procedures for the Measurement Server Extension Tools Required:...
  • Page 114: Refitting The Extension Bottom Cover

    5 Repair and Disassembly Plug-in Modules N O TE After replacing the Pump, reset the displayed value using the Reset PumpOpTime selection (Service Mode>CO Setup). When the PumpOpTime has been reset an INOP will be generated: “CO OCCLUSION”. To clear this INOP you must perform a flow check and store the flow in Service Mode (select “Store Flow”).
  • Page 115: Parts

    Parts This section lists the replacement and exchange parts for the following Philips IntelliVue Patient Monitoring System components: • MP60/MP70 Parts • Flexible Module Server Parts • Multi-Measurement Server Parts • Measurement Server Extension Parts (M3015A and M3016A) • Plug-in Modules Part Numbers •...
  • Page 116: Mp60/mp70 Parts

    6 Parts MP60/MP70 Parts MP60/MP70 Parts For part numbers of interconnecting cables, please consult the Site Preparation and Installation N O TE Instructions sections. Exchange Parts Exchange Part Number New Part Number Description No. in Diagram M4046-68001 M4046-60001 AC/DC Power Supply M8050-68401 M8050-66401 Main Board 860/50 MHz...
  • Page 117: Replacement Parts

    MP60/MP70 Parts 6 Parts Exchange Part Number New Part Number Description No. in Diagram M8085-68001 M8085-67001 I/F; ECG Out M8064-68401 M8064-66401 Carrier SRL 2 (Side) Replacement Parts New Part Number Description No. in Diagram M8065-66401 Carrier; Alarm LED M8065-67041 Carrier; Power On LED M4046-62201 Cover Rear Top M4046-64105...
  • Page 118: Flexible Module Server Parts

    6 Parts Flexible Module Server Parts Flexible Module Server Parts Figure 7 Flexible Module Server Parts Exchange and Replacement Parts Exchange Part Number Replacement Parts Description No. in Diagram M4041-68401 Mother board assembly 1 M8055-68401 CPU board assembly M8048-64002 Small Parts kit M8048-64001 Housing kit...
  • Page 119: Multi-measurement Server Parts

    Multi-Measurement Server Parts 6 Parts Multi-Measurement Server Parts The Multi-Measurement Server does not contain any servicable parts and can only be replaced in its entirety. Figure 8 M3001A Multi-Measurement Server Multi-Measurement Servers are shipped with English front bezels only. If you require a bezel in another language (compare the part numbers of your language to the English ones to check this) the front bezel has to be ordered additionally.
  • Page 120: Measurement Server Extension Parts (m3015a And M3016a)

    6 Parts Multi-Measurement Server Parts Language Basic Pressure/ Conventional Conventional Temp 12 Lead 12 Lead & Extension Pressure/ Option #C12 Temp Option #C06 Extension Option #C18 Meas. Server M3001-68501 M3001-68601 M3001-68701 M3001-68801 Swedish Front Bezel M3001-64108 M3001-44108 M3001-64108 M3001-44108 Meas. Server M3001-68501 M3001-68601 M3001-68701 M3001-68801 Finnish Front Bezel...
  • Page 121 Measurement Server Extension Parts (M3015A and M3016A) 6 Parts Measurement Server Extension Parts (M3015A and M3016A) The part numbers in the following parts table below, are used to order parts from your Philips representative. The item numbers correspond to the illustration which follows. Part Number Description...
  • Page 122: Exchange Parts List

    Not Shown Exchange Parts List Exchange parts are parts that have been returned to Philips and reconditioned for further use. Parts offered as exchange parts are in excellent service order according to rigorous PhilipsTechnologies standards but offer you a considerable price advantage.
  • Page 123 Measurement Server Extension Parts (M3015A and M3016A) 6 Parts Table 2 Exchange Parts Table. Part Number Description Item M3001-6801A exchange Measurement Server, English (Rel. Not Shown M3001-6802A exchange Measurement Server, French (Rel. Not Shown M3001-6803A exchange Measurement Server, German (Rel. Not Shown M3001-6804A exchange Measurement Server, Dutch (Rel.
  • Page 124: Plug-in Modules Part Numbers

    6 Parts Plug-in Modules Part Numbers Plug-in Modules Part Numbers For inspection procedures; preventive maintenance procedures; cleaning procedures; and battery handling, maintenance, and good practices used to maintain the instrument in good working order, see Testing and Maintenance. Part Number Table The following table shows the part-numbers of the plug-in modules that can be replaced.
  • Page 125 Plug-in Modules Part Numbers 6 Parts Module# Module Part # Description Prefix M1032A VueLink M1032-69 804 804 804 804 804 804 804 804 804 804 804 #A04 Anesthesia Machine M1032A VueLink M1032-69 805 805 805 805 805 805 805 805 805 805 805 #A05 Auxiliary Plus...
  • Page 126 6 Parts Plug-in Modules Part Numbers Module# Module Part # Description Prefix M1029A Temp M1029-69 601 613 601 615 601 601 601 619 601 601 601 M1032A VueLink M1032-69 801 801 801 801 801 801 801 801 801 801 801 #A01 Auxiliary M1032A...
  • Page 127: Plug-in Modules Replaceable Parts

    Plug-in Modules Part Numbers 6 Parts Plug-In Modules Replaceable Parts The photographs below are examples of the parts listed in the Replaceable Parts table. Depending on the specific module the language and the color of the connector bezel may vary. Single-Width Plug-In Module Silicone Button...
  • Page 128: Plug-in Module Replaceable Parts

    6 Parts Plug-in Modules Part Numbers Plug-in Module Replaceable Parts Part Number Description M1018-67911 tcpO CALIBRATION CHAMBER KIT - New Color M1027-61601 EEG MODULE TEST DEVICE M1116-40041 TOP HOUSING (FITS M1116 A & M1116 B MODELS) M1116-60201 M1116B RECORDER CLEANING KIT M1001-64001 SILICONE BUTTON &...
  • Page 129 Plug-in Modules Part Numbers 6 Parts Plug-In Module Language Specific Front Housings, Table 2 Module# Module Description Part # Prefix M1001B M1001-60 M1002B ECG/Resp M1002-60 M1006B Inv. Press M1006-60 M1006B Press with Analog Out M1006-60 #C01 M1008B M1008-60 M1012A C.O. M1012-60 M1012A CCO/C.O.
  • Page 130: Plug-in Module Specific Bezels

    6 Parts Plug-in Modules Part Numbers Plug-In Module Specific Bezels Module# Module Description Bezel Part# M1001B M1001-42201 M1002B ECG/Resp M1001-42201 M1006B Inv. Press M1006-42202 M1008B M1008-42201 M1012A C.O. M1012-42201 M1016A CO2 Mainstream M1016-42201 M1018A tcpO2 M1018-42201 M1020A SpO2 M1020-42201 M1021A SvO2 M1021-42201 M1027A...
  • Page 131: Bis Module Components

    Plug-in Modules Part Numbers 6 Parts BIS Module Components Sensor BIS Engine M1034 Module Cable Figure 11 BIS Module Components...
  • Page 132: Tcpo2/tcpco2 Module Accessories

    6 Parts External Display Part Numbers tcpO /tcpCO Module Accessories The following accessories can be ordered for the tcpO /tcpCO Module: Table 3 tcpO /tcpCO Monitoring Accessories New Part Number Description M15209-60010 Accessory Kit M15210-60010 CAL 1 gas (6 bottles - U.S.A. only) M15210-64010 CAL 1 gas (6 bottles) M15210-60020...
  • Page 133: Remote Input Devices Part Numbers

    Remote Input Devices Part Numbers 6 Parts Table 4 External XGA Display Parts Product Option Part Number Description M1097A #A02 M1097-60004 15” Dual Mode XGA Color Touch Screen Display. SN > TW412..M1097-60002 15” XGA Color Touch Screen Display. SN < TW412..M1097-68004 Exchange 15”...
  • Page 134: Remote Alarm Device Part Numbers

    6 Parts Remote Alarm Device Part Numbers Remote Alarm Device Part Numbers The Remote Alarm Device contains no servicable parts and can only be replaced in its entirety (exchange part number: M8025-68001). For cable part numbers please see the Site Preparation chapter.
  • Page 135: Installation Instructions

    Installation Instructions The information contained in this chapter should enable the MP60/MP70 to be installed ready for use (the preparation and planning should be adhered to as specified in the Site Preparation section. Safety checks and inspection procedures for mounts are explained in the Testing and Maintenance Section and configuration of the system is explained in the Configuration Guide.
  • Page 136: Initial Inspection

    Repackaging for Shipment or Storage If the instrument is to be shipped to a Philips Sales/Support Office, securely attach a label showing the name and address of the owner, the instrument model and serial numbers, and the repair required (or symptoms of the fault).
  • Page 137: Mounting Instructions

    Installing the Monitor (M8005A or M8007A) 7 Installation Instructions Mounting Instructions Assembling Mounts Figure 17 Table Mount The table mount ships with the monitor. Every type of compatible mounting solution is delivered with a complete set of mounting hardware and instructions. Refer to the documentation delivered with the mounting hardware for instructions on assembling mounts.
  • Page 138: Connections

    7 Installation Instructions Installing the Monitor (M8005A or M8007A) Connections The following figure is a side view of the monitor, and shows the cable and interface board connections. All molded connector cables on the monitor side attach at the location shown in the figure. The device may have a second MSL port on the same side as the power switch near the ECG out location (not shown in this figure).
  • Page 139: Installing Interface Boards

    Mounting the Remote Display (M8031A) The Philips M8031A XGA Color Flatscreen Display is designed for use with the MP60/MP70 monitor as a slave display. A bracket is supplied with the display to connect it to a variety of Philips mounting devices.
  • Page 140: Connections

    7 Installation Instructions Installing Remote Devices Connections Connect the cables to the display as shown in the photograph. Video Power Flexible Module Server and/or Multi-Measurement Server Attaching the MMS to a Mount Make sure the Measurement Server is oriented correctly relative to the mount (see the picture below).
  • Page 141: Mounting The Mms Mount To The Fms (m8048a)

    Installing Remote Devices 7 Installation Instructions Press and hold the mount latch toward the clamp screw. Mount Latch Rotate the Measurement Server and mount until you get it to the position you want. Release the mount latch, and make sure it is clicked into one of the four slots on the back of the mount.
  • Page 142: Mounting The Remote Extension Device To The Fms

    7 Installation Instructions Installing Remote Devices Mounting the Remote Extension Device to the FMS Figure 19 Mounting the Remote Extension Box to M8048A Flexible Module Server Mounting the BIS Module to the FMS Remove the existing handle for the FMS, see Figure 20. Attach the bracket to the FMS using a M4 x 8mm PHMS, see Figure 21.
  • Page 143: Mounting The Fms

    7 Installation Instructions M4 x 8mm PHMS Mounting Bracket Figure 21 Attaching the Philips - BIS Flexible Measurement Server Mount Figure 22 Attaching the BIS Engine to Mount Mounting the FMS A universal clamp for vertical rail or pole solutions ships with each FMS.
  • Page 144: Msl Cable Termination

    7 Installation Instructions Installing Remote Devices MSL Cable Termination The following installation procedure describes how to install the wall installation cable kit when the patient monitor and the measurement server are not located at the same site. The kit consists of two connector boxes and a cable (15m or 25m).
  • Page 145 Installing Remote Devices 7 Installation Instructions & N O TE The Insertion Tool should be set to cutting mode = on. Figure 23 Connections for BIS Module Use a small screwdriver to connect the two drain wires to the PCB, see the wiring schematic in Figure 23.
  • Page 146: Remote Alarm Devices

    7 Installation Instructions Installing Remote Devices Remote Alarm Devices Mounting The mounting devices for the Remote Alarm Device are the same as for the Remote Extension Device. See Remote Extension Device for details. Connections Remote Alarm Device Rear View Remote Alarm Device with Cable connected Remote Alarm Device Connector Figure 24 Remote Alarm Device Connector...
  • Page 147: Remote Extension Device

    Installing Remote Devices 7 Installation Instructions Remote Extension Device Mounting Mounting solutions for the Remote Extension Device are pictured below. Use 3.5 x 35mm screws to attach the mounts to the wall. Remote Extension Box plus SpeedPoint Plus Remote Alarm Device Remote Extension Box plus SpeedPoint Clamp Wall plus Clamp Universal Clamp Wall plus Universal Fixings (Concrete Wall)
  • Page 148: Connections

    7 Installation Instructions Installing Remote Devices Connections Connect the cable to the Remote Extension Device as shown in the photograph. Remote Extension Device Rear View Remote Extension Device Connectors Remote Extension Device with Cable connected Figure 25 Remote Extension Device Connections Cabling The connection at the monitor should look like on the photograph .
  • Page 149: Philips Clinical Network

    Philips Clinical Network 7 Installation Instructions Philips Clinical Network Refer to the installation instructions in the M3185A Installation Manual. Flexible Nurse Call Relay Connections Traditional style. Newer connection. Can be used with any existing Flexible relay, alarm system software configurable...
  • Page 150 7 Installation Instructions ECG Out Functionality...
  • Page 151: Configuration Tasks

    Configuration Tasks 7 Installation Instructions Configuration Tasks You must configure these settings during installation in configuration mode. • Line Frequency • Printer • Altitude • Equipment Label (for wireless networked monitors, or when the Information center is in flexible monitoring mode). Setting Altitude, Line Frequency and Barometric Pressure You require a local barometric pressure rating from a reliable source (such as airport, regional weather station, or hospital weather station) that is located at the same altitude as the institution.
  • Page 152 7 Installation Instructions Configuration Tasks...
  • Page 153: Site Preparation

    The careful planning of the site for the MP60/MP70 monitor is essential for its safe and efficient operation. A consulting schedule should be established between the Customer and Philips Sales and Support Representatives, to ensure that all preparations are completed when the system is delivered.
  • Page 154: Procedures For Local Staff

    Although considerable effort has been made to ensure the safety of the ceiling mount installation and or mounting guidelines, it is to be understood that the installation itself is beyond the control of Philips Medical Systems. Accordingly, Philips Medical Systems will not be responsible for the failure of any...
  • Page 155 Introduction 8 Site Preparation The following figures show the dimensions required for the M1180A #C53 wall and the table mounting bracket which ships with the monitor. Figure 27 Wall Mounting Bracket Dimensions Figure 28 Table Mounting Bracket Dimensions Providing Conduit Where a remote installation is required, for example the installation of a remote display, the customer is responsible for the following hardware installations:...
  • Page 156: Procedures For Philips Personnel

    Installing Wall Boxes It is the customer's responsibility to provide and install wallboxes to house faceplates. The customer must notify the Philips installation coordinator of which size is to be used. Procedures for Philips Personnel Before you begin the procedures in the installation sections, ensure that the customer has completed all necessary preparations outlined in the previous section, "Procedures for Local Staff."...
  • Page 157: Humidity

    Operating: 0m to 3000m (10000 ft.) Storage: 0m to 12000m (40000 ft.) Electrical and Safety Requirements (Customer or Philips) Safety Requirements If the MP60/MP70 monitor is to be used in internal examinations on the heart or brain ensure that the monitor is connected to an equipotential grounding system.
  • Page 158 Figure 29 Equipment Location in the Patient Vicinity The site planning requirements, with the exception of the cabling, must be provided by the device N O TE manufacturer, if the remote device is not purchased from Philips.
  • Page 159: Multi-measurement Server M3001a Or Flexible Module Server M8048a

    Remote Device Site Requirements 8 Site Preparation Multi-Measurement Server M3001A or Flexible Module Server M8048A Space Requirements Multi-Measurement Server M3001A Size (W x D x H) 188.0mm x 96.5 mm x 51.5 mm (7.40” x 3.80” x 2.03”) Weight 650g (1.4 lb) Space Requirements Flexible Module Server M8048A Size (W x D x H) 320 mm x 120mm x 35mm (12.6”...
  • Page 160: Cabling Options And Conduit Size Requirements

    8 Site Preparation Remote Device Site Requirements Cabling Options and Conduit Size Requirements The following table describes the cabling options for the FMS and the MMS. Table 5 M8048A and M3001A Cables Product Option Part Number Description Conduit Sizes Max. Bend Angle Number Both ends are terminated with straight SRL connectors.
  • Page 161: Remote Displays (m8031a)

    Remote Device Site Requirements 8 Site Preparation Remote Displays (M8031A) Space Requirements Size (W x D x H) With mounting bracket: 333mm x 408mm x 85mm (13.1” x 16” x 3.4”) With desk stand: 387mm x 408mm x 175mm (15.2” x 16” x 6.9”) Weight With mounting bracket: 4900g (10.8lb) With desk stand: 6900g (15.2lb)
  • Page 162 8 Site Preparation Remote Device Site Requirements Table 7 M8031A 15” TFT Touch Display Cables Product Option Part Number Description Conduit Sizes Max. Bend Angle Number M8022 #VA2 M3080-61606 1.5m Analogue Video Cable not yet available. not yet available. M8022 #VA3 M3080-61602 3m Analogue Video Cable M8022 #VA6...
  • Page 163: Remote Alarm Devices

    Remote Device Site Requirements 8 Site Preparation Remote Alarm Devices Space Requirements Size (W x D x H) 62mm x 125mm x 63 mm (2.4” x 5” x 2.5”) Weight < 300 g (< 0.7 lb) Cabling Options and Conduit Size Requirements The following table describes the cabling options for the Remote Alarm Device M8025A.
  • Page 164: Input Devices

    Product Option Part Number Description Number Mouse M8022A #B01 Wired Mouse M8022A #B02 Wireless Mouse Trackball M8022A #C01 Wired Trackball M8022A #C02 Wireless Trackball Local Printer See printer documentation Philips Medical LAN For information refer to the Philips Information Center documentation.
  • Page 165: Mib Interface

    MIB Interface 8 Site Preparation MIB Interface Table 12 MIB Cable (“Yellow” LAN Cable) and Serial Cable (“Gray” LAN Cable) Product Option Part Number Description Conduit Sizes Max. Bend Angle Number M8022A #SR2 M8081-61001 1.5m including adapter set. not yet available. not yet available.
  • Page 166: Ecg Out Interface

    8 Site Preparation ECG Out Interface ECG Out Interface Table 15 ECG Out Cable Product Option Part Number Description Conduit Sizes Max. Bend Angle Number M8022A #A62 8120-1022 not yet available. not yet available. Both ends are terminated with .25” phone plugs...
  • Page 167: Anesthetic Gas Module

    • The theory of operation of the Module: the layout of its components and how they work. Description The Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module works together with the IntelliVue MP60 and MP70 patient monitors through an RS232 serial interface. It measures the airway gases of ventilated patients who are under general gas anesthesia, or emerging from it.
  • Page 168: Environmental Specifications

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Introduction Weight 8.2 kg (18 lb). Environmental Specifications Operating Temperature 15 to 40 ° C (59 to 104 ° F). Storage Temperature -40 to 65 ° C (-40 to 149 ° F). Humidity Limit (Operating) up to 95% RH max @ 40 ° C (104 ° F). non-condensing Humidity Limit (Storage) up to 95% RH max @ 65 °...
  • Page 169: Co2 Measurement

    Introduction 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Measurement Range: 0 to 76 mmHg Accuracy: 1.5 mmHg (0 - 40 mmHg) 2.5 mmHg (40 - 60 mmHg) 4.0 mmHg (60 - 76 mmHg) Resolution: 1 mmHg Rise-time: 410 msec typical The total system response time is the sum of the sample delay time (3 seconds) and the rise time (410 msec typical) AWRR derived from CO Waveform...
  • Page 170: Alarm Delay

    Within 2 seconds after this criterion is met, if no automatic zero occurs INOP Alarms INOP alarms are triggered if: • The Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module is disconnected or switched off. • The equipment malfunctions. • The Agent-ID malfunctions. • Zero calibration has failed.
  • Page 171: General Measurement Principles

    Concentration Measurement (NDIR) to measure the concentration of gases. This works as follows: • The gases that the Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module can measure absorb infrared (IR) light. • Each gas has its own absorption characteristic. The gas mixture is transported into a sample cell, and an IR filter selects a specific band of IR light to pass through the gas.
  • Page 172: Main Pc Board

    • Controls the communication between the monitor and the Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module through an RS232 interface that uses a standard communications protocol. • Contains the software program that controls the Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module in a 128K EPROM.
  • Page 173: Pump

    Introduction 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Figure 31 Pneumatic System The pneumatic system works in the following way: Eliminates residual water and fluids from patient sample gas using the watertrap and eliminates water vapor using Nafion Tubing. Splits the patient’s sample gas flow (150ml/min) into the measurement path (120ml/min) and drainage path (30ml/min).
  • Page 174: Watertrap

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Introduction Watertrap Water Separation Filters Water Fuses Patient Sample Inlet Water Reservoir Figure 32 Watertrap The watertrap consists of two water separation filters, two water fuses and a water reservoir. The gas sample coming from the patient may contain fluids which are separated from the gas at the first water separation filter.
  • Page 175: Agent Identification Assembly

    Introduction 9 Anesthetic Gas Module The patient sample gas or zero calibration gas then flows through the measurement subassemblies: • the IR Measurement Assembly (for measurement of anesthetic agent, CO and N • the O cell (if present) • the Agent Identification assembly. A second solenoid valve between the O cell and the Agent Identification Assembly routes room air directly to the Agent Identification Assembly for optimal purging of the assembly during zero...
  • Page 176: O2 Sensor

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Introduction Sensor Specifications Weight 335 g (0.75 lbs) Size (HxWxD) 54 x 54 x 56 mm Calibration Zero: Room Air Span: Suitable calibrated mixture Measurement Principle The O sensor uses a fast O measurement technique that utilizes O paramagnetic properties.
  • Page 177 Introduction 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Figure 33 Anesthetic Gas Module Measurement Assembly The measurement assembly contains the following subassemblies: The ceramic IR source is heated to 600 ° C by applying a IR Source: constant drive voltage across it. Filter Wheel Assembly: The filter wheel assembly includes IR filters for the anesthetic agent, O and a reference channel.
  • Page 178: Installation And Patient Safety

    Module, affixing the local-language labels, connecting to the monitor, and fitting the gas exhaust return system. CAUTION The Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module must be positioned horizontally on a level surface. To avoid condensed water collecting in the patient sample tube, it is recommended that the Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module is positioned at or above patient level, wherever possible.
  • Page 179: Label Sheet

    Allow at least 2 inches (5cm) clearance around the instruments for proper air circulation. CAUTION If the Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module has been stored at temperatures below freezing, it needs a minimum of 4 hours at room temperature to warm up before any connections are made to it.
  • Page 180: Making Connections To The Agm

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Installation and Patient Safety Making Connections to the AGM All connections to the AGM are made on its rear panel. Refer to Figure 36. MONITOR Figure 36 The Rear Panel Local power connector; this is a 3-pin connector, used to connect the AGM to the local line voltage supply.
  • Page 181: Setting Up The Gas Return

    Installation and Patient Safety 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Table 1: Gas Sample Return Equipment Equipment Part Number Comments Gas Exhaust Return Line M1655A Tubing includes two parts: Tube A = 50cm long Tube B = 3m long Gas Exhaust Return Filter M1656A Single patient use only N O TE...
  • Page 182: Removing The Gas Sample

    PM tasks and how often they must be performed. To ensure operation of the Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module within specified limits: Check the ventilator fan in the AGM for proper operation and build-up of dust and lint every 6 months.
  • Page 183: Post-installation Checks

    Do not use the instrument for any monitoring procedure on a patient if you identify anything which WARNING indicates impaired functioning of the instrument. Safety Requirements Compliance and Considerations The Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module complies with the following international safety requirements for medical electrical equipment: • UL 2601-1 • IEC-60601-1 •...
  • Page 184: Power Supply Requirements

    For internal examinations on the heart or the brain, Computer Module and Display Module of the System and the Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module must have separate connections to the equipotential grounding system.
  • Page 185: Combining Equipment

    Installation and Patient Safety 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Combining Equipment If it is not evident from the instrument specifications whether a particular instrument combination is hazardous or not, for example, due to summation of leakage currents, the user should consult the manufacturers concerned or an expert in the field, to ensure that the necessary safety of all instruments concerned will not be impaired by the proposed combination.
  • Page 186: Checking And Calibrating The Anesthetic Gas Module

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Checking and Calibrating the Anesthetic Gas Module Checking and Calibrating the Anesthetic Gas Module This chapter explains how to check the Anesthetic Gas Module to ensure that it is operating within its specified limits. A list of the equipment required to carry out the checks is included, as well as step-by step instructions for the calibrations.
  • Page 187: When And How To Check The Philips M1026a Anesthetic Gas Module

    Diagnostic When and how to check the Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module To ensure that the Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module operates with the specified limits, it must be checked: After installation Every 12 months or if the measurements are in doubt.
  • Page 188: Equipment Required For Checking

    Switch on the Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module and the monitor. Wait until the Anesthetic Gas Module enters the warm up phase. Connect a flowmeter to the exhaust outlet of the Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module. Connect the watertrap to the watertrap manifold.
  • Page 189: Performance Diagnostic Check

    Range: 0 → 4 ml/min Leakage Performance Diagnostic Check Complete the following to do a performance diagnostic check: Enter the service mode of the monitor and let the Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module complete the warm-up phase (the INOP disapears). GA WARMUP Make sure that the watertrap is attached.
  • Page 190: Total Flowrate Check And Adjustment In Purge Mode

    Checking and Calibrating the Anesthetic Gas Module Total Flowrate Check and Adjustment in Purge Mode To make the flowrate measurements and any necessary adjustment: Enter the service mode of the monitor and let the Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module complete the warm-up phase (the INOP disapears).
  • Page 191 (150 ml/min). Normal Remove the watertrap from its manifold and connect the flow split test fixture to the Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module. Connect the measurement line of the test fixture to the flowmeter using the mal Luer Lock.
  • Page 192: Total Flowrate Check In Normal Mode

    Measurement Path Flowrate Tolerance Value labelled on Test Fixture +/- 3 ml/min Remove the Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module top cover (see the respective section in this Flowrate Adjustment manual) 10 Correct the flowrate by adjusting potentiometer R126 on the Main PC board until the required value is achieved.
  • Page 193: Barometric Pressure Check And Calibration

    Checking and Calibrating the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Complete the following to perform a zero calibration in service mode: In the menu select Setup Gas Analyzer Service Window Select to access the window. Calibration Gas Analyzer Calibration In the menu select and press...
  • Page 194: Span Calibration Check

    Complete the following to steps to perform a barometric pressure check and calibration: Get the absolute barometric pressure at your hospital location. Enter the service mode of the monitor and let the Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module complete the warm-up phase (the INOP disapears).
  • Page 195 • Check tubing assembly. Figure 40 Span Calibration Equipment including Gas Canister and Spray Valve CAUTION Ensure that the room you are working in is well-ventilated, and that the Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module exhaust is properly connected to the gas scavenging system.
  • Page 196 For other calibration gas mixtures use the values specified for the mixture, applying the same tolerance limits as given in this table for the Philips mixture (for example Japanese users should calibrate the Anesthetic GAs Module using the DOT29M1060 gas mixture of Schott Medical Products).
  • Page 197: Disposal Of Empty Calibration Gas Cylinder

    Checking and Calibrating the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Disposal of Empty Calibration Gas Cylinder Empty cylinder completely by pushing in the pin of the valve. Once the cylinder is empty, drill a hole in the cylinder CAUTION Be careful to assure that the cylinder is completely empty before you try to drill the cylinder. Write "Empty"...
  • Page 198: Maintaining The Anesthetic Gas Module

    Preventive Maintenance (PM) Tasks Here is a list of the PM tasks required to ensure satisfactory operation of the Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module within its specified limits and how often they must be performed.
  • Page 199: Replace Pm Parts

    Replace PM Parts Every 12 months the PM parts should be replaced for new with the PM kit (Philips Part Number M1026-60132). The PM kit comprises an internal Nafion® tubing with two internal bacterial filters, pump filter, room-air filter, and two internal bacterial filters, and two seals for the watertrap manifold.
  • Page 200: Room-air Filter

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Maintaining the Anesthetic Gas Module Pull out the two seals from the tubing connectors of the manifold using pointed tweezers; slide one side of the tweezers between the seal and the connector, then grasp and pull. Replacement To replace the Nafion®...
  • Page 201: Pump Filter

    Maintaining the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Using a flat-tipped screwdriver, pry off the short section of tubing (4) that secures the room-air filter to its bracket (3). Remove the room-air filter from its bracket. Replacement To replace the room-air filter (refer to Figure 42): Push the room-air filter into the locating hole provided in its bracket (3).
  • Page 202: Performance Checks

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Maintaining the Anesthetic Gas Module To replace the pump filter (refer to Figure 43): Connect the open tubing end that comes with the filter to the pump exhaust (2). Ensure that the elbow connector on the pump filter is connected to the pump exhaust. Replace the pump filter and secure with the screw (1).
  • Page 203: Troubleshooting The Anesthetic Gas Module

    Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module This chapter provides a recommended procedure for locating and identifying faults on the Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module. It details how to proceed when hardware or measurement related INOPs occur.
  • Page 204 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module Obtain: – AGM Serial No. – AGM SW Revision Problem Call – Options (see lables on rearpanel and Gas Analyzer Diagnostic window) Measurement type problem AGM/IntelliVue Communi- Hardware related INOPs/ solid - No INOP available or intermittent problems cation type problem...
  • Page 205 Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module The second flow chart continues from the first at the point A “Communication Problem”. Communication Communication problem occurs problem from the during operation, indicated by beginning. (LED steadily flashing LED and INOP GA EQUIP MALFUNCT.
  • Page 206 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module The third flow chart continues from the first, from the point B “Measurement-type Problem - No INOP”. Gas measurement accuracy O2 is not measured Agent is not measured Automatic agent Disappearing waves problems, incorrect values identification problems.
  • Page 207 Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module The fourth flow chart continues from the third, from point C “Agent ID Problems”: Check Agent-ID in Gas Analyzer Diagnostic window. Check the cable connections of Agent-ID Agent-ID not reported the Agent-ID. Reconnect cables reported if necessary.
  • Page 208 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module The fifth flow chart also continues from the third, from point D “Disappearing Waves”: Disappearing waves in warmup mode. Wait if it also occurs in Keep unit running for >90 min. normal mode.
  • Page 209: Hardware Related Troubleshooting Strategy

    Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Hardware Related Troubleshooting Strategy Overall troubleshooting strategy for hardware related problems/hardware and measurement related AGM INOPs: Always perform a leak and flowrate check (see Chapter ) before continuing any other troubleshooting. If any check fails, first fix leak and/or flowrate problem and repeat a zero calibration.
  • Page 210: Inops

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module INOPs Check out the possible problems in the order given in the following table. INOP Possible Problem/Cause Corrective action GA. NOT AGM not switched on. Switch on AGM AVAILABLE AGM not properly connected. Check physical connections.
  • Page 211 Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module INOP Possible Problem/Cause Corrective action GA ZERO FAILED Purge Flow out of tolerance. Adjust purge flow and calibrate flow. Repeat zero calibration. Perform flow calibration No flow calibration after flow adjustments Occlusion during zero calibration.
  • Page 212 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module INOP Possible Problem/Cause Corrective action GAS AN Flow rate error. Check flow (purge and normal), ACCURACY ? adjust and calibrate if necessary. No flow calibration after flow Perform flow calibration adjustment Partial occlusion.
  • Page 213: Calibration Checks

    Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Calibration Checks To access the window select in the Gas Analyzer Calibration Gas Analyzer Calibration menu. Setup Gas Analyzer indication is displayed for the Zero and the Span calibrations. Refer Passed/Failed to the table below for possible causes of indications, and their recommended Failed...
  • Page 214 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module Symptom Possible Cause Corrective Action Span calibration Zero calibration failed Follow corrective actions for failed Zero shows Failed (for for the indicated calibration described above. O, CO channel. agent). Agent selection or Check for proper selection of Agent and calibration values calibration values .
  • Page 215: Diagnostic Checks

    Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Diagnostic Checks If you carry out checks with replacement parts, be aware of the high-voltage locations. Never remove WARNING cables or sub-assemblies while the Module is powered on. To access the Gas Analyzer Diagnostic window select in the Gas Analyzer Diagnostic Setup...
  • Page 216: Pneumatic System Diagnostic Checks

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module Pneumatic System Diagnostic Checks Symptom Possible Cause Corrective Action Pneumatic Sys. shows Weak pump If this Problem is flagged temporarily during a zero calibration or purge mode this could Problem indicate a weak pump. Replace the pump if problem persists Occluded pneumatics Check for an occlusion, such as bent or...
  • Page 217: O2 Assembly Diagnostic Checks

    Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Assembly Diagnostic Checks Symptom Possible Cause Corrective Action Assy shows jumpers incorrectly Check if the O jumpers are correctly set. Problem sensor failed Zero/ See calibration checks. Span calibration Defective O sensor If two solenoids are installed, disconnect cable of solenoid #2 (near O...
  • Page 218 0 mV ±1mV. The gas must be applied at the room air filter. Span Adjust: Apply Philips Calibration Gas M1660A (containing 52% O ) to the room air filter (connect the calibration tubing to the open end of the room air filter).
  • Page 219: Optical Path Disgnostic Checks

    Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Optical Path Disgnostic Checks Symptom Possible Cause Corrective Action MeasOpticPath shows Defective or Remove the sample cell and visually check it contaminated sample to see if it is contaminated. The inside of the Problem cell cell should be smooth and shiny.
  • Page 220: Ir Measurement Assembly Diagnostic Checks

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module IR Measurement Assembly Diagnostic Checks Symptom Possible Cause Corrective Action Meas. Assy shows Defective IR Do the following IR measurement assembly measurement assembly head checks: Problem head Check whether Service Note M1026A-035/038 applies Remove the sample cell (see Chapter 7) and visually check it to see if it is contaminated.
  • Page 221: Agent Id Assmebly Diagnostic Checks

    Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Agent ID Assmebly Diagnostic Checks Symptom Possible Cause Corrective Action Agt-ID. Assy shows Wrong Agent-ID Check for correct Agent-ID revision in AG software revision Revision window, item: Problem Agt-ID SW If necessary, replace Agent-ID EPROM. Defective agent ID Do the following agent ID head checks: head.
  • Page 222: Power Supply Diagnostic Checks

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module Power Supply Diagnostic Checks Symptom Possible Cause Corrective Action Power Supply shows Weak pump If this Problem is flagged temporarily during a zero calibration or purge mode this could Problem indicate a weak pump. Replace the pump if problem persists Defective power supply Using a voltmeter, check the power supply voltages at the main PC board.
  • Page 223: Operating Temperature Diagnostic Checks

    Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Operating Temperature Diagnostic Checks Symptom Possible Cause Corrective Action Oper. Temp. shows Defective fan Check that the fan runs smoothly and check its cable. If necessary, replace fan or cable. Problem Insufficient air Check the fan aperture for blockages or dust circulation due to fan...
  • Page 224: Connectors

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module 7HVW 3RLQW 'HVFULSWLRQ 7ROHUDQFH 9DOXH “ TP10 M1026A A/D Converter Input TP11 IR source voltage for agent ID head 7.92 V ±20mV (R180) TP13 Isolated Ground for isolated RS-232 communications with the Host Computer via J14 TP14 +12VHP...
  • Page 225: Jumpers

    Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Jumpers The following table shows the correct jumper settings for the O sensor (if installed). -XPSHU 3DUDPDJQHWLF 2 6HQVRU 1R 2 6HQVRU 10IRQ1 OPEN OPEN 10IRQ2 OPEN OPEN 10IRQ3 CLOSED OPEN The top cover Jumper, JP7, must always be closed, whether or not the top cover is connected.
  • Page 226 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Troubleshooting the Anesthetic Gas Module Main EPROM Agt-ID EPROM Figure 51 Potentiometers, Jumpers, and Test Points Legend: Flowrate potentiometers (R125, Purge flow and R126, Normal flow) IR Source potentiometers (R178, R180) jumper (10IRQ) Top cover jumper (JP7) EPROMs Microprocessors Test pins...
  • Page 227: Repairing The Anesthetic Gas Module

    Introduction This section contains detailed removal and replacement procedures for all field-replaceable units in the Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module. CAUTION Use caution when handling tubing and other components of the patient circuit. Wear gloves, mask and gown while handling components that come into contact with the patient’s exhalant gas or fluids.
  • Page 228 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module Figure 52 Main Subassemblies of the Anesthetic Gas Module...
  • Page 229 Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Figure 53 Main Subassemblies (showing O paramagnetic sensor with integrated pc board) of the Anesthetic Gas Module...
  • Page 230: The Top Cover

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module The Top Cover Removal To remove the top cover (refer to Figure 54 and Figure 55): Make sure that the module is switched off and isolated from the mains power supply. Remove the watertrap from the front of the cover (to avoid fluids in the watertrap reaching the water fuses when the cover is tipped).
  • Page 231 Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module MONITOR Figure 54 Top Cover Securing Screws for the Anesthetic Gas Module Figure 55 Sliding Off the Top Cover of the Anesthetic Gas Module...
  • Page 232 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module Figure 56 Sliding On the Top Cover of the Anesthetic Gas Module Figure 57 Main PC Board Connector to the Top Cover of the Anesthetic Gas Module...
  • Page 233: Lifting The Ir Measurement Mounting Bracket

    Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Lifting the IR Measurement Mounting Bracket Several of the field replaceable subassemblies are mounted on the IR measurement mounting bracket, which is a subassembly of the Anesthetic Gas Module, as shown in Figure 58. The IR assembly mounting bracket must first be lifted and stood on end before any of the following units can be removed or replaced: •...
  • Page 234 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module Figure 58 Lifting the IR Measurement Mounting Bracket Figure 59 Underside of the IR Measurement Mounting Bracket...
  • Page 235: Infrared Measurement Assembly Head

    Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Infrared Measurement Assembly Head Transferring NVRAM Data to a Replacement Head When you replace an IR measurement head, you need to transfer its data to the replacement head. The data is stored in non-volatile RAM (NVRAM) on the head and includes: •...
  • Page 236 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module the head to the main PC board is defective. In this case you must replace the head or the cable or both. When installing a new measurement head and using the default NVRAM data, a flow rate calibration N O TE must be performed because no flow rates will be transferred.
  • Page 237 Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Stand the IR measurement mounting bracket on end (refer to “Lifting the IR Measurement Mounting Bracket” on page 233). Using a cross-tipped screwdriver, remove the 3 screws (4) securing the IR measurement assembly head to the IR measurement mounting bracket.
  • Page 238 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module Figure 60 Removing the IR Measurement Assembly Head Figure 61 Locating Screws for the IR Measurement Assembly Head...
  • Page 239: Sample Cell

    Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Sample Cell Removal To remove the sample cell (refer to Figure 62, Figure 63, Figure 64 and Figure 65): Stand the IR measurement mounting bracket on end, towards the main PC board (refer to “Lifting the IR Measurement Mounting Bracket”...
  • Page 240 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module Now perform the performance checks described in the “Test and Inspection Matrix” on page 262. Figure 62 Removing the Sample Cell Pneumatic Connections Figure 63 Removing the Sample Cell Cover...
  • Page 241 Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Figure 64 Extracting the Sample Cell Bracket Figure 65 Replacing the Sample Cell...
  • Page 242: Solenoid Valve #1

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module Solenoid Valve #1 Removal To remove solenoid valve #1 (refer to Figure 66 and Figure 67): Remove the pneumatic tubing (1) from solenoid valve #1. Remove the power connector (2) from the main PC board. Pry the twisted pair supplying power from the solenoid valve out of the cable clip (3).
  • Page 243 Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Figure 66 Removing the Solenoid Valve #1 Figure 67 Replacing the Solenoid Valve #1...
  • Page 244: Power Supply Unit

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module Power Supply Unit Removal To remove the power supply unit (refer to Figure 68): Ensure that the module is switched off and isolated from the mains power supply. Remove the top cover of the module.
  • Page 245: Main Pc Board

    Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Figure 68 Removing and Replacing the Power Supply Unit Main PC Board Removal To remove the main PC board (refer to Figure 69): Ensure that the Module is switched off and isolated from the mains power supply. Remove the top cover of the module.
  • Page 246: Replacement

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module Replacement To replace the main PC board (refer to Figure 69): Ensure that the module is switched off and isolated from the mains power supply. Carefully place the main PC board on its mounting in the Anesthetic Gas Module so that the 6 locating holes are aligned with the threaded bores.
  • Page 247: O2 Sensor

    Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Figure 69 Removing the Main PC Board Sensor The O sensor is always replaced together with the small PC board that controls it. The newer O sensors have the board integrated inside the sensor housing. Removal To remove the O sensor and its PC board follow the steps marked (a) and to remove the O...
  • Page 248: Replacement

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module Replacement To replace the O sensor and its PC board follow the steps marked (a) and to replace the O sensor with integrated PC board follow the steps marked (b) (refer to Figure 70 and Figure 71): Ensure that the module is switched off and isolated from the mains power supply.
  • Page 249 Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Figure 70 Removing the Connections of the O Sensor Figure 71 Removing the O Sensor with its PC Board...
  • Page 250 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module Figure 72 Layout showing O sensor with Integrated PC Board Figure 73 Location of Adjustment Potentiometers on O Sensor with Integrated PC Board...
  • Page 251: Agent Identification Head

    Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Agent Identification Head Removal To remove the agent ID head (refer to Figure 74): Ensure that the module is switched off and isolated from the mains power supply. Remove the top cover of the module.
  • Page 252: Pump

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module Figure 74 Removing and Replacing the Agent ID Head Pump Removal To remove the pump (refer to Figure 75): Ensure that the module is switched off and isolated from the mains power supply. Remove the cover of the module.
  • Page 253: Fan

    Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module N O TE After replacing the pump, check that all flat-cable connectors are firmly seated and show no signs of damage. Replace the top cover of the module. Now perform the performance checks described in the “Test and Inspection Matrix” on page 262 and reset the pump hours.
  • Page 254: Replacement

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module Replacement To replace the fan (refer to Figure 76 and Figure 77): Ensure that the Module is switched off and isolated from the mains power supply. Replace the fan and connecting cable. Replace the four screws and washers (3) that secure the fan into the back panel of the module.
  • Page 255 Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Figure 77 Removing the Fan...
  • Page 256: Solenoid Valve #2

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module Solenoid Valve #2 Removal To remove solenoid valve #2 (refer to Figure 78): Ensure that the Module is switched off and isolated from the mains power supply. Remove the top cover of the module. Remove the pneumatic tubing (1) from solenoid valve #2.
  • Page 257 Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Figure 78 Removing the Solenoid Valve #2...
  • Page 258: Top Cover Pc Board

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module Top Cover PC Board Removal To remove the top cover PC board (refer to Figure 79 and Figure 80): Ensure that the Module is switched off and isolated from the mains power supply. Remove the top cover of the module.
  • Page 259: Watertrap Manifold And Protector

    Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Figure 80 Removing the Top Cover PC Board Watertrap Manifold and Protector Removal To remove the manifold and protector (refer to Figure 81): Remove the top cover of the module. Remove the Nafion tubing and purple connector tubing from the manifold connectors (1) on the inside of the front cover.
  • Page 260: Power Fuses

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module Figure 81 Removing the Watertrap Manifold and Protector Power Fuses Removal To remove the power fuses (refer to Figure 82): Using a flat-tipped screwdriver, unscrew the fuse counter-clockwise (1). Pull the fuse cap and fuse clear of the display. Pull the fuse out of the fuse cap and note the fuse rating.
  • Page 261 Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Repeat the steps for the other fuse. Figure 82 The Power Fuses...
  • Page 262: Test And Inspection Matrix

    • which tests need to be performed • the expected test results • what should be written by Philips service personnel on the Philips Installation Report or Customer Service Order (CSO). The second section When to Perform Test Blocks describes when the tests should be performed.
  • Page 263 Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Test Block Name Test or Inspection to be performed Expected Test Result What to Record on Service Record Performance Perform Flowrate Check. Document the Flowrates M1026A #A02/#A05: PF: P/x1/x2/x3 or Flowrate Check actual flowrates.
  • Page 264 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module Test Block Name Test or Inspection to be performed Expected Test Result What to Record on Service Record Performance Perform Barometric Pressure Check . Difference between actual PBP:P/x or Barometric measured pressure value and PBP:F/x Pressure Check actual ambient pressure value =...
  • Page 265 Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Test Block Name Test or Inspection to be performed Expected Test Result What to Record on Service Record Safety Step 1 With mains cable: S:P/x1/x2/x3/x4 Protective Earth. S:F/x1/x2/x3/x4 See Safety Test Appendix for details / S (2). Maximum impedance = x1 (<= 100 mOhms) where P=Pass and...
  • Page 266: When To Perform Test Blocks

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module When to Perform Test Blocks Service Event Test Block(s) Required (When performing.... Complete these tests) Installation Visual, Power On Performance Leakage Check, Diagnostic Check, Zero Calibration Check, Barometric Pressure Check, Span Calibration Check and Normal Operation Check Repair/Parts replacement Performance Leakage Check, Flowrate Check, Diagnostic Check,...
  • Page 267: Safety Test Appendix

    Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Safety Test Appendix The test procedures outlined in this appendix are to be used only for verifying safe installation or service of the product in question. The setups used for these tests and the acceptable ranges of values are derived from local and international standards but may not be equivalent.
  • Page 268 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module Test Block name Test or Inspection to perform S(2) Protective Earth Measures impedance of Protective Earth (PE) terminal to all exposed metal parts of Instrument under Test (IUT), which are for safety reasons connected to the Protective Earth (PE).
  • Page 269 Repairing the Anesthetic Gas Module 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Test Block name Test or Inspection to perform S(5) Enclosure Leakage Current – Single Fault Condition Open Supply Applicable to Class 1 & 2 equipment, type B, BF & CF Applied Parts.Measures leakage current of exposed metal parts of IUT with one supply lead interrupted (S1=open);...
  • Page 270: Parts List

    Parts List Parts List This chapter provides the replacement and exchange part numbers (if available) for the Philips M1026A Anesthetic Gas Module and calibration equipment. Refer to Figure 83 and the following table to identify the part and part number.
  • Page 271 Parts List 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Figure 83 Replacement Parts...
  • Page 272 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Parts List Part Number Description M1026-60100 Power Supply, 2 output, 3A, 120mA M1026-60330 Pump Assy. M1026-60102 Solenoid Valve Assy. M1026-60503 Main PCB (fully loaded) for 5 Agent-ID M1026-69503 Main PCB (fully loaded) for 5 Agent-ID M1026-60105 Front Panel PCB M1026-60106 Fan, 12Vdc...
  • Page 273 Parts List 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Part Number of Description M1026-60132 Preventive Maintenance Kit. Includes: Nafion tubing with internal bacterial filters Room air filter Pump outlet filter Pump test tubing Watertrap manifold seals M1026-60119 Tubing Kit. Includes: Tubing 1/8 in. ID x 3/16 in. OD (1 ft.) Tubing 1/32 in.
  • Page 274: Calibration Equipment

    9 Anesthetic Gas Module Parts List Part Number of Description M1026-60122 Cable Kit (6 pieces). Includes: Cable, Assy. 9 pin (power supply to PCB) Cable, Assy. Flat. 40 pin (4710 head to PCB) Cable, Assy. Flat, 26 pin (4740 head to PCB) Cable, Assy.
  • Page 275 Parts List 9 Anesthetic Gas Module...
  • Page 276 9 Anesthetic Gas Module Parts List...
  • Page 277 Index measurement specifications grounding CO2 Gas Measurement Calibration adjustments Check agent ID assembly combining equipment hybrid tubing overview (installation) part numbers removal and replacement Compatibility Matri alarm limit ranges Compatibility Matrix altitude configuration configuration INOP alarms Anesthetic Gas Exhaust altitude installation Anesthetic Gas Module connecting the AGM...
  • Page 278 tcpO2/tcpCO2 Calibration Spare parts Chamber Accuracy Test obtaining Leakage Test repairing SpO2 Linearity Test agent ID head Performance Test valve test symbol explanations fuses Nurse Call Relay introduction Performance Test IR measurement assembly NVRAM data transfer Temperature head Accuracy check IR measurement mounting bracket test points...

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