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Series 50 Fetal Monitors
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  • Page 1 Series 50 Fetal Monitors Series 50 A (M1351A) Series 50 IP-2 (M1353A) S E R V I C E A N D I N S T A L L A T I O N G U I D E M1353-9000J...
  • Page 2 Notice Philips makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Philips Medical Systems shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance or use of this material.
  • Page 3 Edition 5: February 1998 Edition 6: May 2000 Edition 7: April 2002  2002 Philips Medizinsysteme Böblingen GmbH All rights are reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part is prohibited without the prior written consent of the copyright holder. Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com...
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  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Series 50 A (M1351A)........
  • Page 6 Fitting the Monitor to the Angle Mount ............21 Fitting the Monitor to a Wall .
  • Page 7 Introduction ................71 Error 500: General Failure .
  • Page 8 Ordering Parts................119 Safety Test Requirements .
  • Page 9 Modem Initialization ..............164 Using the Modem Setup Barcodes.
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  • Page 11: General Information

    General Information Introduction This guide tells you how to install, service, and repair an Series 50 A (M1351A) and an Series 50 IP/IP-2 (M1353A) fetal monitor. Throughout this book, the M1353A is referred to as the IP-2. This also covers the IP, unless stated otherwise. It describes the system hardware and software, and tells you how to test the system and diagnose operating and service problems.
  • Page 12: Conventions And Symbols Used In This Guide

    Conventions and Symbols Used in this Guide Conventions and Symbols Used in this Guide This guide uses the following conventions for notes, cautions, and warnings: Warning A warning alerts you to a potential serious outcome, adverse event or safety hazard. Failure to observe a warning may result in death or serious injury to the user or patient.
  • Page 13: Initial Inspection

    You are advised to retain the original packing carton and material. You will find it useful if it becomes necessary to return a piece of equipment to Philips for service. If you need to repack the equipment but cannot locate the original packing materials, Philips can advise you on alternatives.
  • Page 14: Overview

    Overview Overview This guide describes three different Series 50 Fetal Monitor models: M1351A Single Ultrasound model (with US and Toco channels). M1351A Dual Ultrasound Twins model (with US1, Toco and US2 channels). M1353A model (with US1, Toco and US2/ECG channels). The M1351A single and double ultrasound model is for external monitoring of FHR and uterine activity in the antenatal period from early gestation (approximately 20 to 25 weeks) to term.
  • Page 15: Major Keys And Parts At A Glance

    Major Keys and Parts at a Glance Major Keys and Parts at a Glance Figure 1-1 General Layout of the Series 50 A and Series 50 IP-2 Fetal Monitors Chapter 1 General Information Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 16 13. Loudspeaker 14. Battery compartment 15. Paper table 16. Service socket 17. Series 50 A: US2 Socket (not present on Single Ultrasound model) Series 50 IP-2: US2/ECG Socket 18. Toco socket 19. Series 50 A: Single Ultrasound Model: US Socket...
  • Page 17: Monitor Control And Display Panel

    Monitor Control and Display Panel Monitor Control and Display Panel Figure 1-2 Layout of the Monitor Control and Display Panel M1351A Single 1. Monitor On/Off Light. Ultrasound 2. Telemetry Indicator. On when the Fetal Telemetry Receiver is connected and Model switched on.
  • Page 18: M1353a Model

    Monitor Control and Display Panel 5. US1 Signal Quality Indicator. Indicates the quality of the signal detected by the US1 transducer. 6. US1 Speaker Light. On when you are hearing the US1 heartbeat. 7. US1 Volume Keys. Sets the volume and selects the US1 heartbeat. 8.
  • Page 19: Accessories

    Accessories Accessories Series 50 A The following accessories are supplied as standard with the Monitor: (M1351A) One external Toco transducer (M1355-60011). One ultrasound transducer (M1356-60011) (or two with the Dual Ultrasound Model). Two reusable transducer belts (M1562A) (or three with Dual Ultrasound Model).
  • Page 20: Documentation

    One Instructions for Use. One Installation and Service Guide. Documentation The following documentation is available for the Series 50 A and Series 50 IP-2 fetal monitors. Unless otherwise specified localized versions are available. Technical Data Sheets: Contain features and benefits, technical specifications, accessories, ordering, upgrading and re-ordering information.
  • Page 21: Options

    Nellcor OxiFirst™ Fetal Oxygen Saturation Monitor (N-400) Modem Interface Module allows the transmission of fetal Series 50 A trace data from a Series 50 A to a receiver (e.g., an OB TraceVue system) Fetal Movement Profile Series 50 A and Series 50 IP...
  • Page 22 Accessories Accessories Option Model Service and Installation Guide Series 50 A and Series 50 IP Installation and Operating Guide Video Series 50 A and • VHS ⁄ NTSC Series 50 IP • VHS ⁄ PAL Wall mounting kit Series 50 A and...
  • Page 23: Technical Specifications

    Technical Specifications Monitor Power The monitor is set for the correct voltage at the factory. Before you connect power, however, Requirements ensure that the voltage label shows the correct setting for your country. ∼ Operating Voltage: 100V - 120V or 220V - 240V (±10%). Line Frequency: 50 to 60Hz ±5%.
  • Page 24: Displays

    Monitor Displays Numerical Display M1351A Single Ultrasound Model: One heart rate display (orange) and one uterine activity display (green). M1351A Dual Ultrasound Twins Model: Two heart rate displays and one uterine activity display. M1353A Model: Two heart rate displays and one uterine activity display. Type: 7-segment LEDs (10mm).
  • Page 25: Recorder

    Monitor Ultrasound Mode System: Pulsed Doppler oscillation. Frequency: 998.4 kHz. Repetition Rate: 3.2 kHz. Ultrasound Intensity: 1.5mW/cm² average for each of the seven active surfaces. See Specifications for Transducers and Cables on page 17. DECG and MECG Mode External Labor Signal Range: 0 to 127 units.
  • Page 26: Self-test Facilities

    Maternal NIBP Monitor: Dinamap  1846/8100. COLIN Press-Mate  /Nippon Colin Listmini Model BP-8800. Nellcor OxiFirst  Fetal Oxygen Saturation Monitor (N-400) or compatible. Modem Modem: Interface socket for an Philips-approved PCMCIA card modem. Interface Fetal Trace Memory: Local fetal trace storage. Module Barcode Reader: Smart Wand.
  • Page 27: Transducers And Cables

    Transducers and Cables Transducers and Cables Transducers can be stored at temperatures between -40 and +60°C. Brown Toco System: Passive Straingauge. Transducer Dynamic Range: 0 to 12N (overload protected). (M1355A) Weight: 180g/6.3oz. Cable Length: 2.5m/8ft 2in. Blue Toco System: Passive Straingauge. Transducer Dynamic Range: 0 to 12N (overload protected).
  • Page 28: Decg Transducer (m1357a)

    Transducers and Cables >10M Ω (differential, dc to 50/60Hz). DECG Input Impedance: Transducer >110dB (with patient cable, 51.5k Ω /0.047µF imbalance at line CMRR: (M1357A) frequency). (referred to input with 25k Ω ). Noise: <4µV Contact Potential Tolerance: ±400mV. Input Voltage Range: 20µV to 3mV Patient Leakage Current: <10µA...
  • Page 29: Iup Quartz Transducer (1290c Option J05)

    Transducers and Cables DECG Cable Cable weight: 22 grams (M1362A) Cable Length: 666mm +/- 30mm DECG Adaptor Cable weight: 35 grams (approx.) Cable (M1362B) Cable Length: 77cm (approx.) MECG Cable Cable weight: 16 grams (M1363A) Cable Length: 606mm +/-30mm M1364A With DECG Patient Leakage Current: 120V at 60Hz, 10µA rms Cable M1362A Patient Auxiliary Current: <...
  • Page 30: Iup Pressure Transducer (cpj840j5)

    Transducers and Cables Width: 37mm/1.5in. Height: 21.7mm/0.9in. Operating Temp: 15 to 40°C. IUP Pressure Pressure range: -20 to + 300 mm Hg Transducer Max. overpressure: 10,000 mm Hg (CPJ840J5) 5µV/V/mmHg Sensitivity: Resonance frequency: 300 Hz typical (transducer and dome) Max. electrical excitation: 15 V DC or AC Bridge resistance: 1000 Ohms (input and output)
  • Page 31: Installing The Monitor

    Installing the Monitor Fitting the Monitor to a Surface The monitor can be mounted on (but not fixed to) an existing surface. Fitting the Monitor to the Angle Mount To fit the monitor to the angle mount: 1. Holding the monitor at a slight angle, put the front feet into the holes (A). 2.
  • Page 32: Fitting The Monitor To A Wall

    Fitting the Monitor to a Wall Fitting the Monitor to a Wall Before you can fit the monitor to the wall, you must first secure the mounting plate to the wall. For details of how to fit this plate to the wall, refer to the instructions supplied with it. To fit the monitor to the plate: 1.
  • Page 33: Fitting The Paper Take-up Tray

    Fitting the Paper Take-Up Tray Fitting the Paper Take-Up Tray To fit the paper take-up tray to the monitor: 1. Slide the tray between the guides (A) until the pins locate in the holes (B). 2. Pull the tray forward to lock it in place. Figure 3-4 Fitting the Paper Take-Up Tray to the Monitor To fit the paper take-up tray (Option 1AB) to the mounting plate: 1.
  • Page 34: Carts

    Carts Carts You can mount the Series 50 A and the Series 50 IP-2 fetal monitors on the CL, CM or CX carts. Cleaning instructions for the carts and safety details are provided in the Carts Equipment Note delivered with your cart.
  • Page 35: Configuring The Monitor

    Configuring the Monitor Introduction This chapter describes how to configure the monitor including time and date format, paper speed, and IUP scale. You can configure the monitor using any of the following methods: Pushbuttons Barcode Reader The tasks you can carry out are summarized in Table 4-1. To find out how to set the current time, date, and paper speed, see Chapter 5, “Setting Time, Date, and Paper Speed.”...
  • Page 36: Configuring The Monitor Using Pushbuttons

    Configuring the Monitor Using Pushbuttons Configuring the Monitor Using Pushbuttons You can use the pushbuttons to set such settings as, time format, date format, IUP scale, paper format, recorder scale offset, recorder heat, and language options. To change a setting: 1.
  • Page 37 Configuring the Monitor Using Pushbuttons Table 4-2Configuration Options Menu Setting Options Default Time Format 0=AM/PM 1=24-hour Date Format 0=Month/Day/Year 1=Day.Month.Year IUP Format 0=mmHg 1=kPa Paper Format 0=US (30-240) 1=Europe (50-210) 0 to 11 Recorder Print Offset 0=right 1=left Recorder Heat Adjust 0 to 11 0=minimum 11=maximum Language Option...
  • Page 38: Examples: How To Change The Time Format And Iup Format Using Pushbuttons

    Configuring the Monitor Using Pushbuttons Table 4-3 NST Timer Paper-Out-Alert NST automatic Options NST Timer Paper-Out-Alert recorder off Note— After you put paper into the recorder, let it run for a few pages (use the advance key) to allow the paper to align itself correctly to the right side. Examples: How Example 1: to Change the...
  • Page 39: Configuring The Monitor Using Barcodes

    Configuring the Monitor Using a PC The service program (M1360-68875) allows you to carry out various extended configuration and service functions on the monitor. Contact your Philips Sales Office for details. The Software Program is supplied in a kit which contains: 3.5 inch disk containing the software.
  • Page 40: Installing The Service Program

    Configuring the Monitor Using a PC Installing the Before you install the program, ensure that the serial port COM1 is set up as follows: Service Transmission Rate 9600 BPS Program Parity None Word length (bits) Stop-bits This is done by giving the mode command ( mode com1:96,N,8,1 ) at the DOS prompt.
  • Page 41: Connecting The Pc To The Monitor

    Configuring the Monitor Using a PC Connecting the PC to the Monitor Figure 4-2 Service Socket Connect the cable from the COM1 port of the PC to the service socket (1). Loading the 1. Switch on both the monitor and the PC. Service 2.
  • Page 42: Main Menu

    Configuring the Monitor Using a PC Main Menu Series 50 Fetal Monitor Configuration and Service Software Rev A.nn.nn Main Menu Configuration Settings Recorder Adjustments Service Menu Exit MESSAGE: Select with >cursor keys< or >E, S, D, X< then press <ENTER> to execute!! To select an item from the menu, move the cursor to the item you require and press Enter .
  • Page 43 Configuring the Monitor Using a PC 1. Using the appropriate keys, move the cursor to the selection you require. 2. Press Enter . To return to the Main Menu: 1. Move the cursor to Return to Main Menu . 2. Press Enter . Example On the screen above, the actual setting of the paper scale is US .
  • Page 44 Configuring the Monitor Using a PC The Recorder Heat-Adjust is to compensate for different tolerances in the paper. Adjusting the Recorder Series 50 Fetal Monitor Configuration and Service Software Rev A.nn.nn Recorder Adjustments: Recorder Heat Adjust: Actual Value is: Selected Value is ∨...
  • Page 45: Service Menu

    Configuring the Monitor Using a PC Service Menu Series 50 Fetal Monitor Configuration and Service Software Rev A.nn.nn Service Menu Serial Number : 2948G00010 Software Revision : A.02.03 Cyclic Test Read options Read ErrorLog Clear ErrorLog Write Ser.nr./Set Options Fetal Heart Rate Alerting Return to Main Menu MESSAGE: Select with >cursor keys<...
  • Page 46 Configuring the Monitor Using a PC Reading the Options This lists the options installed on the monitor. Press any key to return to the Service Menu. Series 50 Fetal Monitor Configuration and Service Software Rev A.nn.nn Implemented Options : - Fetal Movement Profile - External Twin Monitoring MESSAGE: Press any KEY to continue!
  • Page 47 Configuring the Monitor Using a PC Reading the Error Log This displays the error log. (See -44 for the list of error log messages.) > PAGE 1 < Errorlog of : 2948G00010 Err. Count 1st Date+Time last Date+Time Code nnnn yy/mm/dd HH:MM yy/mm/dd HH:MM |--| |------.----| |------.----|...
  • Page 48 Configuring the Monitor Using a PC Printing the Error Log To print the error log, complete the following steps: 1. Disconnect all transducers from the monitor and disconnect or switch off Telemetry. 2. Switch on the recorder. 3. Press and Test at the same time: C01 is shown in the US1/US display.
  • Page 49 Note— If the characters FIC are printed without other information, do not take any action. The information contained in the FIC section is additional information for internal use only. If you have a technical problem, contact the Philips support organization. Chapter 4 Configuring the Monitor Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com...
  • Page 50 Configuring the Monitor Using a PC Clearing the Error Log To clear the error log, complete the following steps: 1. Disconnect all transducers from the monitor and disconnect or switch off Telemetry. 2. Press and Test at the same time: C01 is shown in the US1/US display.
  • Page 51 CPU Board with an exchange board. If you have accidentally entered the wrong serial number, you can reset it using an access code available from your Philips Medical Response Center or from the Philips Technical Marketing information "Softserver" page on the Philips Intranet.
  • Page 52 Type in 4 digit code from factory TME and press <ENTER> >----< MESSAGE: Contact your Philips Medical Response Center for your access code. Make sure you have the serial number of the original CPU board available. Chapter 4 Configuring the Monitor Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com...
  • Page 53 In order to change this configuration, you must enter the access code. You can obtain this code from your Philips Medical Response Center or from the Philips Technical Marketing page "Softserver" on the Philips Intranet. (There is a specific access code to enable the alerting, and a specific access code to disable the alerting.) To enable or disable the alerting, enter the specific code to enable or disable the alerting.
  • Page 54: Error Log Messages

    Error Log Messages Error Log Messages Table 4-5Error Log Messages Message Location of Error and Solution Incorrect type of paper loaded (same as Err PAP ). Err 18 Replace with recommended paper. Battery low or empty of charge (same as Err bAt ). Err 19 Change the batteries as soon as possible.
  • Page 55 Error Log Messages Table 4-5Error Log Messages Message Location of Error and Solution Wrong loudspeaker impedance. Err 611 See the Troubleshooting Flowchart in Chapter 8. Software error: checksum wrong or download incomplete. Err 800 Reload the software. Upgrade Key is for a different type of monitor. Err 820 Use the correct key.
  • Page 56 Error Log Messages Chapter 4 Configuring the Monitor Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 57: Setting Time, Date, And Paper Speed

    Setting Time, Date, and Paper Speed Time and Date To set the time and date: Figure 5-1 Time and Date Paper Speed Controls 1. Press to display the current time. The hour is shown in the US1/US display and the minutes in the Toco display. The US1/US display flashes to show that the hour can be changed.
  • Page 58: Paper Speed

    Paper Speed Paper Speed To set the paper speed: Figure 5-2 Paper Speed Controls 1. Press to display the current speed. 2. Press to set the speed. 3. Press to return to the normal display. You also return to the normal display automatically if you do not press any key for a few seconds.
  • Page 59: Theory Of Operation

    System Overview Theory of Operation System Overview The boards and their interconnections are shown in the following figure. The CPU board, which has overall control of the entire system, contains flash EPROMs containing all the system software. The software for the Combined Interface Board (if one is fitted) is loaded from this ROM area.The signals from the transducers receive some analog conditioning on the Front End Board and are then digitized on the CPU Board.
  • Page 60: Booting And Self Tests

    Booting and Self Tests Booting and Self Tests The monitor carries out a basic test every time it is switched on, and then at periodic intervals while it is on. There are two types of test: Programs that check the hardware on each board. Programs that carry out checksums on the individual portions of code that are loaded from the Flash EEPROMs.
  • Page 61 Booting and Self Tests The Combined Interface Board and the Modem Interface Board both have processors that test the interface board once the DMA control logic has been checked. The CPU Board boots a test program from the ROM to the on-board Digital Signal Processor (DSP) program RAM.
  • Page 62: Front End Board

    Front End Board Front End Board − M1351A The Frontend board (M1353-66501 single, M1353-66511 - dual) contains the analog (M1353-66501 circuitry for measuring all the possible parameters of the M1351A. One IC on the board provides the US timing and window control. Each type of transducer has a specific mode M1353-66511) resistor which is recognized by the M1351A when the transducer is connected to an input socket.
  • Page 63 Front End Board controls the ECG. Each type of transducer has a specific mode resistor which is recognized by the M1353A when the transducer is connected to an input socket. In this way, different types of transducer can be used without the user having to recalibrate the system. The marker cable is also connected to the Frontend Board.
  • Page 64: Frontend Board For M1353a (m1350-66517)

    Front End Board ≤ Frontend Board Used in monitors with serial number prefix 3720G. for M1353A (M1350-66517) Figure 6-1 Frontend Board The Frontend board contains the analog circuitry for measuring all the possible fetal parameters of the M1353A. The FOCUS ASIC on the board provide the US timing and window control, and controls the ECG.
  • Page 65: Power Supply Board (m1353-66502)

    Power Supply Board (M1353-66502) Power Supply Board (M1353-66502) The Power Supply Board operates as a linear regulated power supply with rectifier, capacitor and regulator. It generates the following voltages: ± Regulated dc: 12V, +5V and +24V Unregulated dc: +7V to +12V ±...
  • Page 66: Cpu Board (m1353-66503 And M1353-66513)

    CPU Board (M1353-66503 and M1353-66513) CPU Board (M1353-66503 and M1353-66513) CPU Board This board works with the 4 ohm loudspeaker and is used in: M1353-66503 ≤ M1351A monitors with serial number prefix 3604G. ≤ M1353A monitors with serial number prefix 3605G.
  • Page 67 CPU Board (M1353-66503 and M1353-66513) CMOS RAM memory, backed by a battery to store short time device settings etc. A non-volatile EEPROM memory for permanent device and user settings. A real-time clock, battery-backed and power-fail protected. The processor has access to all clock registers. The multiplexer ASIC contains a watchdog function which monitors the operation of the microprocessor and restarts the system if it is not served at a constant rate.
  • Page 68: Display Board (m1350-66520)

    Display Board (M1350-66520) Display Board (M1350-66520) pegdbd40 The display board consist of the following main parts: Keys Display Controller Backlights LEDs Signals at the keys are fed to the recorder board via the ribbon cable and are sampled by the controller.
  • Page 69: Recorder Interface Board (m1353-66510)

    Recorder Interface Board (M1353-66510) Recorder Interface Board (M1353-66510) apegblk3 The Recorder Board provides the interfaces to the recorder and the display. The recorder interface consists of: The parallel/serial converter for the thermal array data. A heating timer to control the heating pulse for the thermal array. The voltage from a thermistor on the thermal array is A/D converted and the CPU programs the heating timer with a value which compensates the ambient temperature.
  • Page 70: Interface Boards

    There are two boards available; the M1353-66531 and M1353-66531E. Both boards Interface Board process analog input signals from Philips telemetry systems (for example, the M1310A), and send heart rate, Toco, mode and status information to Philips OB systems, such as OB TraceVue . Both boards receive signals from: A Barcode Reader.
  • Page 71 Interface Boards Figure 6-3 Combined Interface Board M1353-66531(E) Both the M1353-66531/66531E boards include the following sections: Analog Signal Filter Section: An analog input for FHR, US LF or DECG, with low pass filter and variable gain amplifier. An analog input for TOCO/IUP with low pass filter. The analog signals are fed to the A/D convertor on the CPU Board.
  • Page 72 Interface Boards System Section: This section is controlled by an 80C51 microcontroller. The communication between this controller and the CPU on the CPU board is done by dumps every 250 msec. The CPU also boots the software for the 80C51 controller into the ROM during startup.
  • Page 73: Modem Interface Board

    The interface board enables the fetal monitor to form part of a remote monitoring system, consisting of: A Transmitter (Series 50 A/IP Fetal Monitor with Modem Interface Option). Receiver (OB TraceVue system). The system also receives information from: A Barcode Reader.
  • Page 74 Interface Boards Chapter 6 Theory of Operation Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 75: Tests And Error Messages

    Tests and Error Messages Service Philosophy Any errors produced are marked on the trace paper with the symbol and a specific error message is shown on the monitor display. In addition, the errors are reported on the system error log (see page 38 for instructions on how to print the error log). Read the error messages and system error log to determine whether the fault lies in the hardware or firmware.
  • Page 76: Quick Test

    Tests and Error Messages , time and date are printed on the paper after 13 seconds, and Err xxx then every 10 minutes. (xxx is the number of the error message.) Switch the monitor off and then on, and if the error occurs again refer to Chapter 8, “Troubleshooting Flowcharts.”...
  • Page 77 Tests and Error Messages Figure 7-2 Test Pattern 4. Check the dots in the test pattern to ensure all the heating elements on the printer head are operational. (Dots printed on the colored grid lines may appear light, but this is not considered to be a fault.) Check that: No more than 20 dots are missing over the width of the paper.
  • Page 78: Parameter Test

    Tests and Error Messages Parameter Test This tests the signal to and from the transducer, but not the transducer itself. To carry out the test: 1. Switch on the monitor and the recorder. 2. Connect the appropriate transducer to each socket. 3.
  • Page 79: Operator Error Messages

    60 seconds = 1cm/min 30 seconds = 2cm/min 20 seconds = 3cm/min Contact your Philips Service Engineer or Response Center if the speed is incorrect. Incorrect type of paper loaded. Err PAP 30-240 Load paper with 50-210 scale or change the paper format setting of the monitor.
  • Page 80: Permanent Test

    Tests and Error Messages Permanent Test Note This is similar to the Cyclic Test described on page 35. To carry out the Permanent Test: 1. Disconnect all transducers from the monitor and disconnect or switch off Telemetry. 2. While pressing press Test : C01 is shown in the US1/US display.
  • Page 81: Troubleshooting Flowcharts

    Troubleshooting Flowcharts Introduction Troubleshooting is based on the interpretation of the error messages written on the display and in the systems error log. See page 69 for a list of Operator Error Messages. For a list of error log messages and details of how to print the error log, refer to -38. There are cases, however, when no error message, or the nature of the problem precludes the implementation of any automatic testing schemes.
  • Page 82: Error 500: General Failure

    Error 500: General Failure Error 500: General Failure Warning The following task requires that the power be on while the cover is removed. Proceed only with extreme caution. Failure to do so can result in serious injury. Figure 8-1 Troubleshooting: Error 500 Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com...
  • Page 83 Error 500: General Failure Figure 8-2 Connectors and LEDs Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 84: Error 501, 511, 512, 516, 517: Front End Board

    Error 501, 511, 512, 516, 517: Front End Board Error 501, 511, 512, 516, 517: Front End Board Warning The following task requires that the power be on while the cover is removed. Proceed only with extreme caution. Failure to do so can result in serious injury. Replace Frontend Board Figure 8-3 Troubleshooting: Error 501, 511, 512, 516 and 517 Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts...
  • Page 85 Error 501, 511, 512, 516, 517: Front End Board Figure 8-4 Connectors and LEDs Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 86: Error 502: Power Supply

    Error 502: Power Supply Error 502: Power Supply Warning The following task requires that the power be on while the cover is removed. Proceed only with extreme caution. Failure to do so can result in serious injury. Figure 8-5 Troubleshooting: Error 502 Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com...
  • Page 87 Error 502: Power Supply SCREW Figure 8-6 Connectors and Fuses Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 88: Error 503 And 513: Cpu Board

    Error 503 and 513: CPU Board Error 503 and 513: CPU Board Figure 8-7 Troubleshooting: Error 503 and 513 Warning The serial number and feature setting can only be written once. Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 89: Error 510: Recorder Board

    Error 510: Recorder Board Error 510: Recorder Board Figure 8-8 Troubleshooting: Error 510 See Figure 8-1 for position of connector G. Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 90: Error 531: Combined Interface Board

    Error 531: Combined Interface Board Error 531: Combined Interface Board Figure 8-9 Troubleshooting: Error 531 Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 91: Error 532: Modem Interface Board

    Error 532: Modem Interface Board Error 532: Modem Interface Board Figure 8-10 Troubleshooting: Error 532 Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 92: Error 70: Modem Not Responding

    Error 70: Modem Not Responding Error 70: Modem Not Responding Figure 8-11 Troubleshooting: Error 70 Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 93: Error 77: Modem Transmission Failure

    Error 77: Modem Transmission Failure Error 77: Modem Transmission Failure Figure 8-12 Troubleshooting: Error 77 Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 94: Error 601: Paper Feed

    Figure 8-13 Troubleshooting: Error 601 See Figure 8-1 for position of connector G. Caution The use of recorder paper that is not approved by Philips can damage the monitor. This type of damage will not be covered by warranty. Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com...
  • Page 95: Error 610: No Loudspeaker

    Error 610: No Loudspeaker Error 610: No Loudspeaker Figure 8-14 Troubleshooting: Error 610 Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 96: Error 611: Loudspeaker

    Error 611: Loudspeaker Error 611: Loudspeaker Figure 8-15 Troubleshooting: Error 611 Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 97: Ultrasound Parameter Test

    Ultrasound Parameter Test Ultrasound Parameter Test Replace CPU Board Replace CPU Board Replace CPU Board Replace Frontend Board Figure 8-16 Troubleshooting: Ultrasound Parameter Test Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 98: Decg Parameter Test

    DECG Parameter Test DECG Parameter Test replace CPU board Replace CPU board Figure 8-17 Troubleshooting: Direct ECG Parameter Test Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 99: Mecg Parameter Test

    MECG Parameter Test MECG Parameter Test Replace CPU Board replace CPU board Figure 8-18 Troubleshooting: Maternal ECG Parameter Test Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 100: Toco Parameter Test

    Toco Parameter Test Toco Parameter Test CPU Board replace CPU Board replace CPU Board Figure 8-19 Troubleshooting: Toco Parameter Test Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 101: Maternal Nibp With The Dinamap 1846/8100 Monitor

    Maternal NIBP with the Dinamap 1846/8100 Monitor Maternal NIBP with the Dinamap 1846/8100 Monitor Figure 8-20 Troubleshooting: Maternal NIBP with the Dinamap  1846/8100 Monitor Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 102: Maternal Nibp With The Colin Model Bp-8800 Monitor

    Maternal NIBP with the COLIN Model BP-8800 Monitor Maternal NIBP with the COLIN Model BP-8800 Monitor Figure 8-21 Troubleshooting: Maternal NIBP with the COLIN Model BP-8800 Monitor Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 103: Fetal Pulse Oximetry With Nellcor N-400 Or Compatible Monitor

    Fetal Pulse Oximetry with Nellcor N-400 or Compatible Monitor Fetal Pulse Oximetry with Nellcor N-400 or Compatible Monitor Figure 8-22 Troubleshooting: Fetal Oxygen Saturation with Nellcor N-400 or Compatible Monitor Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 104: Paper Sensing Test

    Paper Sensing Test Figure 8-23 Troubleshooting: Recorder Paper Sensing Caution The use of recorder paper that is not approved by Philips can damage the Monitor. This type of damage will not be covered by warranty. Chapter 8 Troubleshooting Flowcharts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com...
  • Page 105: Preventive Maintenance

    Cleaning the Monitor For detailed instructions on how to clean the Series 50 A and Series 50 IP-2 fetal monitors and the monitoring accessories, see the User’s Guide for your monitor. For instructions on cleaning IUP transducer 1290C, see the instructions which are supplied with the transducer.
  • Page 106: Regular Maintenance

    Regular Maintenance Regular Maintenance This section details the periodic maintenance recommended for the fetal monitors and accessories. The tasks to be carried out are listed in Table 9-1 Table 9-1 Preventive Maintenance Tasks and Tests Replace the batteries (see page 137) Carry out a mechanical inspection of the monitor Check transducers, patient modules, cables, connectors and other accessories for cracks and defects...
  • Page 107: Accessory Testing

    Accessory Testing Accessory Testing Testing Toco Transducers Visual check Ensure that there are no cracks in the transducer dome, cable or connector plug. Electrical check 1. Switch on the monitor and the recorder. 2. Check configuration setting C11 (External TOCO gain) is set to 100% (C11 = 0): See “Configuring the Monitor”...
  • Page 108: Testing Ultrasound Transducers

    Accessory Testing Testing Ultrasound Transducers Visual check Ensure that there are no cracks in the transducer dome, cable or connector plug. Electrical check 1. Switch on the monitor and the recorder. 2. Connect the transducer to the US socket. When you connect the transducer: The --- display goes out.
  • Page 109: Testing Patient Modules (m1364a)

    Accessory Testing 6. Holding the transducer in one hand, move a flat-bottomed pencil or similar object repeatedly towards and then away from each crystal. The distance between the pen and the transducer surface should be about 2 to 3 cm. psm18sc Figure 9-4 Testing the Crystals 7.
  • Page 110: Safety Testing

    Note— The Intrauterine Pressure Values can be between -99 and 127 units. Safety Testing This section defines the test and inspection procedures applicable to the Series 50 A and Series 50 IP fetal monitors. Use the tables in the following section to determine what test and inspection results must be reported after an installation or repair has been carried out.
  • Page 111 Safety Testing documentation included with those products. When performing safety tests, you must use a standard safety tester. You can use testers complying with IEC 60601-1 internationally. You may also use testers complying with any local standards and statutes applicable to the country of the installation. For safety test procedures see the operation instructions of the safety tester used.
  • Page 112: When To Perform Safety Tests

    Safety Testing When to Perform Safety Tests Table 9-2M1351A and M1353A: When to perform safety test blocks Service Event Test Block(s) Required Installation Perform Visual, Power On and Performance test blocks (See Table 9-3). The product is customer installed. You will find installation instructions in this Installations and Service Guide.
  • Page 113: Test And Inspection Matrix

    Safety S (3) M1353A only: S3(S):P/x or S3(S):F/x ONLY TOCO-input tested, Metron Testconn. Maximum Leakage required. (Metron order # 19528 and Philips current = x Adapter M1940A) µ Patient Leakage Current - S.F.C. Mains on (<=50 A @ 250V or µ...
  • Page 114: Safety Tests

    Safety Testing Safety Tests S(2): Protective Test to perform: Earth Test The protective earth test measures impedance of Protective Earth (PE) terminal to all exposed metal parts of the Instrument under Test (IUT) which are connected to the Protective Earth (PE) for safety reasons. Normally it includes the wiring in the mains cable (max.
  • Page 115 Safety Testing You must perform the instrument safety test every time you exchange, repair, upgrade or in Instrument Safety Test any other way work on the front end board, the power supply, or the power inlet. If you intend to connect the monitor to an obstetrical information management system such as OB TraceVue , you must perform the instrument safety test with the monitor as a standalone unit, before reconnecting it to the system.
  • Page 116 Safety Testing Chapter 9 Preventive Maintenance, Care and Cleaning Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 117: Peripherals

    Peripherals Fitting the Combined Interface Module To fit the Combined Interface Module: 1. Remove the screw which holds the interface socket cover in place on the base of the monitor and then remove the interface socket cover. 2. Connect the Combined Interface Module. 3.
  • Page 118: Connecting Peripheral Devices

    Connecting Peripheral Devices Connecting Peripheral Devices If the monitor has the Combined Interface Module, you can connect: OB TraceVue Telemetry System and one of the following: Barcode Reader Maternal NIBP Monitor FSpO Monitor To connect the peripheral devices: 1. Lift out the connector cover (A). 2.
  • Page 119: Rs232 Serial Interface

    RS232 Serial Interface RS232 Serial Interface pin2 Figure 10-3RS232 Interface Pin Connections The following table lists the signals at each pin. Table 10-1 RS232 Interface Pin Connections Signal Details Carrier detect (connected to pin 4) RxD Input Receive data from external devices TxD Output Transmit data to external devices Data terminal ready (connected to pin 1)
  • Page 120: Barcode Reader

    RS232 Serial Interface Barcode Reader After installing the Barcode Reader, you must check that it is connected correctly and that the monitor is configured to read the barcodes. See the User’s Guide for your monitor for details of how to use the Reader. 1.
  • Page 121: Nibp Monitor

    RS232 Serial Interface NIBP Monitor One of the following devices can be connected to an M1351A or M1353A to record maternal NIBP: Dinamap  1846/8100 NIBP Monitor. This requires a Critikon model 8801 adapter COLIN Press-Mate/Nippon Colin Listmini Model BP-8800. Before connecting a NIBP monitor, ensure that the correct configuration options on the M1351A and M1353A have been selected.
  • Page 122: Maternal Measurements On The Fhr Trace

    RS232 Serial Interface To connect a COLIN Model BP-8800 Monitor to the M1351A or M1353A: 1. Use the interface cable supplied by the COLIN Corporation with the NIBP Monitor. 2. Connect the 9-pin end of the cable to the fetal monitor. 3.
  • Page 123: Fspo2 Monitor

    RS232 Serial Interface Table 10-3 NIBP Monitor and Minimum Time Interval Paper Speed Minimum Time Interval 1 cm/min 3 minutes. 2 cm/min 2 minutes. 3cm/min 1 minute. FSpO Monitor If the fetal monitor has the Combined Interface Module J-14 fitted, you can interface to an FSpO monitor (Nellcor N-400 or other compatible).
  • Page 124 RS232 Serial Interface DIP Switch Settings The DIP switches for the FSpO monitor must be set as follows: Table 10-4 FSpO monitor DIP Switch Settings DIP Switches and Settings DIP switches 3 and 4 set the baud rate to 2400. 6, 7, and 8 set the output format to conversation mode.
  • Page 125: Telemetry System

    Telemetry System Telemetry System The following table lists the signals at each pin. There is no external parameter input, no HR2 input and no US envelope input. Figure 10-8Telemetry System Pin Connections Table 10-5 Telemetry System Pin Connections Signal Details HR2 Input Not connected (HR-LF2).
  • Page 126 Telemetry System Table 10-5 Telemetry System Pin Connections Signal Details Ext Par Input Gnd Analog Signal Ground. Mark (Input) Tele-Marker on (L) FMP on (Input) Tele-FMP on (L) FM (Input) Tele-Fetal movement on (L) Not connected IF ID (Output) Gnd (Not connected with Combined Interface Module “E”) Not connected (HR2 Mode).
  • Page 127: 80235a (obms), M1370a (odis), And Ob Tracevue

    80235A (OBMS), M1370A (ODIS), and OB TraceVue 80235A (OBMS), M1370A (ODIS), and OB TraceVue Table 10-6 lists the signals at each pin. Figure 10-9OBMS and ODIS Pin Connections Table 10-6 OBMS and ODIS Pin Connections Signal Details HR2 Output 1V/100bpm ±40mV (0V if not valid). : 100 Ω...
  • Page 128 80235A (OBMS), M1370A (ODIS), and OB TraceVue Table 10-6 OBMS and ODIS Pin Connections Signal Details RS422 Output - Digital Serial Output. 1200 baud, complement. 0V Output Connected to Ground. RS422 Input + Digital Serial Input: 1200 baud. RS422 Input - Digital Serial Input: complement.
  • Page 129: Replacing Parts

    Ordering Parts To order a part, contact your local Philips Medical Sales/Service Office, quoting the part number listed in the tables. To order a part not listed in the tables, give the following information: The model number of the monitor.
  • Page 130: Service Tools

    Service Tools Service Tools The basic tools you will need to service the Series 50 A and Series 50 IP-2 fetal monitors are: Small crosshead screwdriver Large crosshead screwdriver Medium slothead screwdriver Box screwdriver (HBA). The following tools are useful but not essential:...
  • Page 131 Lists of Parts Table 11-1 Boards Parts List Item Description Part Number M1351A Single Front End Board rectangular or triangular M1353-69501 M1351A Twins Front End Board rectangular or triangular M1353-69511 M1353A Front End Board IP (monitors with serial number M1353-69512 prefix ≤...
  • Page 132: Monitor Parts

    Lists of Parts Monitor Parts Figure 11-2Monitor Parts Diagram (1 of 3) Figure 11-3Monitor Parts Diagram (2 of 3) Chapter 11 Replacing Parts Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 133 Lists of Parts Figure 11-4Monitor Parts Diagram (3 of 3) Table 11-2 lists currently available monitor parts. If a part is still available in the older, darker gray color, this number is noted in the first part number column of this list. Table 11-2 Monitor Parts List Part Number Part Number...
  • Page 134 Lists of Parts Table 11-2 Monitor Parts List Part Number Part Number Item Description (darker color) (new color) Chassis M1353-00101 Insulator M1353-45401 Foot repair kit (both colors) M1353-67901 M1353-67901 Interface Cable Cover M1353-44117 Ground Stud 1251-5964 Washer for Ground Stud 2190-0676 Software configuration label M1350-44306...
  • Page 135: Recorder Parts

    Lists of Parts Recorder Parts The following diagram shows you how to assemble the recorder using the older and newer parts. Please note that the older parts are no longer orderable. The sticker illustrating how to load paper is included in the recorder parts kit. Enhanced Version Item Original Version...
  • Page 136: Monitor Housing Color

    Lists of Parts Monitor Housing Color Table 11-3 Monitor Housings: Color Changes Change of Color Old Color of New Color of Monitor Effective from Housing Housing Serial Number... ≥ 3816G12439 M1351A Parchment Grey Arctic White ≥ 3817G02995 M1353A Table 11-4 lists currently available miscellaneous parts. If a part is still available in the older, darker gray color, this number is noted in the first part number column of this list.
  • Page 137: Toco Transducer (blue, M1355a)

    Lists of Parts Toco Transducer (Blue, M1355A) Figure 11-6Toco Transducer Table 11-5 Toco Transducer Parts List Item Description Part Number M1355A exchange transducer (2.5m) M1355-69011 M1355A blue transducer (2.5m) M1355-60011 M1355A exchange transducer (0.7m) M1355-69013 M1355A blue transducer (0.7m) M1355-60013 Note—...
  • Page 138: Ultrasound Transducer (blue, M1356a)

    Lists of Parts Ultrasound Transducer (Blue, M1356A) Figure 11-7 Ultrasound Transducer M1356A (Blue) Table 11-6 Ultrasound Transducer M1356A (Blue) Item Description Part Number M1356A exchange transducer (2.5m) M1356-69011 M1356A blue transducer (2.5m) M1356-60011 M1356A exchange transducer (0.7m) M1356-69013 M1356A blue transducer (0.7m) M1356-60013 Note—...
  • Page 139: Decg Transducer (m1357a)

    Lists of Parts DECG Transducer (M1357A) Figure 11-8DECG Transducer M1357A Table 11-7 DECG Transducer: Parts List Item Description Part Number M1364A Patient Module (use with M1362B) M1364-69001 M1362B DECG Adapter Cable M1362B Connector (pink) 1252-4830 Cable Boot 08030-41701 Table 11-8 DECG Cable Connections Cable Color (Old) Cable Color (New) Yellow...
  • Page 140: Mecg Transducer (m1359a)

    Lists of Parts MECG Transducer (M1359A) psm4sca Figure 11-9MECG Transducer M1359A Table 11-9 MECG Transducer: Parts List Item Description Part Number M1364A Patient Module (use with M1363A) M1364-69001 M1363A MECG Cable M1363A Connector 1252-4830 Cable Boot 08030-41701 Table 11-10MECG Transducer Cable Connections Cable Color (Old) Cable Color (New) Yellow...
  • Page 141: Toco Transducer (brown)

    Toco Transducer (Brown) Toco Transducer (Brown) Figure 11-10Toco Transducer (Brown) Table 11-11Toco Transducer: Parts List Item Description Part Number Complete Transducer (Toco, Blue) M1355-60011 Case Top (Toco) M1355-44552 Cover Screw (Brown) M1355-44105 Screw 0515-2121 Cover Screw (Black) 5041-4274 Cable Assembly (Toco) M1355-61652 Case Bottom (Toco) M1355-44551...
  • Page 142 Toco Transducer (Brown) Table 11-12Toco Transducer Cable Connections Strain Cable Color Gauge Yellow Green Blue Orange Bridged by Code Resistor 4.53k Ω p/n: 0698-4443 Shield Caution use a screwdriver or similar flat-bladed instrument to separate the DO NOT transducer covers as this can damage the seals and cause leakage when the transducer is re-assembled.
  • Page 143: Ultrasound Transducer (brown)

    Ultrasound Transducer (Brown) Ultrasound Transducer (Brown) Table 11-13Toco Transducer: Parts List Item Description Part Number Complete Transducer (US, Blue) M1356-60011 Case Top (US) M1356-44562 Cover Screw (Red) M1356-44106 Screw 0515-2121 Cover Screw (Black) 5041-4274 Cable Assembly (US) M1356-61661 Snap Clasp 5021-3667 Connector (pink) 1252-4830...
  • Page 144 Re-assembly is a reversal of the above procedure. Caution The use of ultrasound gel that is not approved by Philips may reduce signal quality and may damage the transducer. This type of damage will not be covered by warranty.
  • Page 145: Patient Module (m1364a)

    Patient Module (M1364A) Patient Module (M1364A) M1364A ecg_only.tif Parts List Table 11-15 Parts List Exchange Part Item Description Part Number Number ECG-only Patient Module M1364-69001 M1364-60001 DECG Cable M1362B M1362B MECG Cable M1363A M1363A Troubleshooting The only functional checks that can be carried out on the patient modules and cables are those outlined in “Testing Patient Modules (M1364A)”...
  • Page 146: Fuses

    Fuses Fuses The fuse values are printed beside the mains socket: For 100-120V Line Voltage T500mA/250V For 220-240V Line Voltage T250mA/250V To replace the fuses: 1. Switch off the monitor and disconnect it from the main power supply. 2. Using a flat-bladed screwdriver, prise open the fuse cover. 3.
  • Page 147: Batteries

    Batteries Batteries If the batteries are not replaced when necessary, the time and date return to their default values: when you switch on the Monitor the time is set to 0:00 and date to 04:04:44. Replace batteries with two alkaline AA size 1.5 Volt batteries (recommended type Duracell AA 1.5 Volt Part Number 1420-0393CP).
  • Page 148: Top Cover

    Top Cover Top Cover To remove the top cover: Figure 11-11Removing the Top Cover 1. Switch off the Monitor and disconnect the power cable; then remove the board. 2. Remove the five screws (S). 3. Open the paper table. 4. Lift off the top cover. Caution If you need to remove the cable (M), the battery supply is also disconnected from the CPU Board.
  • Page 149: Front End Board

    Front End Board Front End Board To remove the board: The illustration above shows removal of a rectangular shaped board. The replacement board is triangular in shape. The design change does not affect the positioning or function of the board. Remove the top cover.
  • Page 150: Power Supply Board

    Power Supply Board Power Supply Board To remove the power supply board: 1. Remove the top cover. 2. Disconnect the cables (A and C). 3. Remove the three screws (S). The S2 screws are longer than the S1 screws. 4. Lift out the board. To refit the board, reverse the above procedure.
  • Page 151: Cpu Board

    CPU Board CPU Board To remove the CPU board: 1. Remove the top cover. 2. Disconnect the cables (B, C, D, E and F). 3. Remove the six screws (S). 4. Lift out the board. To refit the board, reverse the above procedure. After refitting the board, carry out the Parameter Test.
  • Page 152: Combined Interface Module

    Combined Interface Module Combined Interface Module To remove the interface module: 1. Remove the retaining screw. 2. Slide the module out of the slot. Refitting the interface module is the reverse of the above. Modem Interface Module To remove the modem interface module: 1.
  • Page 153: Chassis

    Chassis Chassis To remove the chassis: 1. Remove the top cover. 2. Remove the combined interface board - if installed. 3. Remove the Front End Board. 4. Remove the six screws (S). 5. Remove the nut from the Earth Grounding Point. 6.
  • Page 154: On/off Switch

    On/Off Switch On/Off Switch To remove the monitor on/off switch: 1. Remove the chassis. 2. Remove the two screws (S). 3. Remove the earth connection. 4. Disconnect the two cables from the transformer. To refit the switch, reverse the above procedure. After refitting the switch, carry out the Parameter Test (see page 68).
  • Page 155: Recorder Board

    Recorder Board Recorder Board To remove the recorder board: Remove the top cover. 1. Disconnect the cables G, H, I, K, and L. 2. Remove the three screws (1 x S1, 2 x S2). The S2 screws are longer than the S1 screw. 3.
  • Page 156: Display Board

    Display Board Display Board To remove the display board: 1. Remove the top cover. 2. Disconnect the cable (H). 3. Remove the two screws. 4. Prise open the retaining clips and lift out the board. To refit the board, push it into place and refit the screws. Reconnect cable and refit the top cover.
  • Page 157: Switch Board

    Switch Board Switch Board To remove the switch board: 1. Remove the top cover. 2. Disconnect the cable (L). 3. Prise open the retaining clips and lift out the board. To refit the board, push it into place (where it is held by the retaining clips), reconnect cable and refit the top cover.
  • Page 158: Loudspeaker

    Loudspeaker Loudspeaker To remove the loudspeaker: 1. Remove the top cover. 2. Disconnect the two wires from the loudspeaker. 3. Remove the single screw (S1). 4. Remove the screw securing the loudspeaker bracket, and slide the bracket away from the speaker. 5.
  • Page 159: Transformer

    Transformer Transformer To remove the transformer: Remove the top cover. 2. Disconnect the three wires from the On/Off Switch. 3. Disconnect the cable from the Power Supply Board. 4. Remove the four screws and washers (S). 5. Lift out the transformer. To refit the transformer, reverse the above procedure.
  • Page 160: Drawer Assembly

    Drawer Assembly Drawer Assembly To remove the drawer assembly: Figure 11-13 Removing the Paper Table 1. Remove the top cover and the Recorder Board. 2. Place the cover with the paper table facing upwards and slide back the drawer assembly. 3.
  • Page 161: Thermal Printhead

    Thermal Printhead Caution The use of recorder paper that is not approved by Philips can damage the Monitor. This type of damage will not be covered by warranty. Note— For more detailed illustrations of the enhancements to the recorder, see Figure Figure 11-5, “Changes to the Recorder”...
  • Page 162 Thermal Printhead To remove the thermal printhead: 1. Place the recorder chassis so that the stepper motor is on the left and facing upwards. Note— Sandwiched between the printhead and its bracket are two conical springs. Therefore, be careful when doing the next step that the springs do not jump out.
  • Page 163: Recorder Sensing Assembly

    4. Disconnect the cable. To refit the recorder sensing assembly, reverse the above procedure. Caution The use of recorder paper that is not approved by Philips can damage the Monitor. This type of damage will not be covered by warranty. Chapter 11...
  • Page 164: Stepper Motor

    Stepper Motor Stepper Motor To replace the stepper motor: 1. Remove the two screws securing the stepper motor to the recorder chassis. 2. Replace the stepper motor. 3. Refit screws but do not tighten! The upper slot on the stepper motor allows fine adjustment when meshing the gears together.
  • Page 165: Modem Interface Module

    Introduction Modem Interface Module Introduction The modem interface module allows fetal trace information to be transmitted from a Series 50 A/IP-2 Fetal Monitor to a receiver that is part of an OB TraceVue system. The modem interface module (with the addition of an approved PCMCIA modem) enables fetal traces to be transmitted over a standard telephone line.
  • Page 166: Connecting Peripheral Devices

    2. If necessary, connect a phone-line adapter and secure it to the module with cable fasteners or Velcro-type strip. 3. Checking it is the correct way up, insert a Philips approved PCMCIA card modem into the card connector port (3), pushing it until it is slotted in position.
  • Page 167: Barcode Reader Interface

    Connecting Peripheral Devices Barcode Reader Once the barcode reader is installed, check that it is operating correctly. See the User’s Interface Guide for your monitor for instructions on how to use the barcode reader. 1. Use the barcode reader to scan Test Barcode 1 and then Test Barcode 2 from the barcode sheet.
  • Page 168: Rs232 Serial Interface

    This RS232 Serial Interface connection enables the monitor to be connected to a PC (no Interface Philips software supplied). The connector is a female D-type, 9-pin subminiature connector with a baudrate of 9600. The following table lists the signals at each pin.
  • Page 169: Entering, Storing, And Transmitting Data

    Entering, Storing, and Transmitting Data Entering, Storing, and Transmitting Data Actions associated with the storage and transmission of fetal trace information are initiated by using a barcode reader. Use the reader for: Entering the receiver phone number. Entering the patient phone number. Entering the patient ID.
  • Page 170: Setting The Receiver Phone Number

    Entering, Storing, and Transmitting Data Setting the To enter the Receiver Phone number (maximum of 20 characters): Receiver Phone 1. Scan the Receiver Phone Barcode. Number 2. The telephone network will use a Pulse or Tone based switching system. Determine which is used (consult your local phone company for information), then first enter the appropriate Pulse or Tone barcode before scanning the digits of the Receiver Phone number.
  • Page 171: Clearing Memory

    2. The 0 displayed then clears. The normal transducer display is given and two flashing decimal dots (three in the case of the Series 50 A Dual Ultrasound model) flash on and off (2Hz) indicating that storage is taking place.
  • Page 172: Displaying Memory

    Entering, Storing, and Transmitting Data 3. The decimal dots continue to flash until storage is stopped. Then the dots are displayed continuously to indicate that a trace is stored in memory. If the barcode Start Storing is scanned and the memory is not empty, the fetal trace stored in the memory is briefly displayed (in minutes).
  • Page 173: Pcmcia Card Modem

    Acknowledge the error message by scanning the barcode Display Memory or by pressing a key, such as 2. The error message Err 77 clears and two (three in the case of the Series 50 A Dual Ultrasound model) decimal dots are permanently displayed, indicating that fetal trace data is still stored in the memory.
  • Page 174: Modem Compatibility

    OB TraceVue in the countries listed. As modem technology changes rapidly, we recommend that you consult the Philips Technical Marketing information pages "SoftServer" on the Intranet at http://www- softserver.germany.agilent.com for up to date information on modem compatibility.
  • Page 175: List Of Parts

    List of Parts 1. Scan the “Start Modem Setup” barcode. Programming a Modem Setup 2. Use the barcodes to enter the setup according to the operating manual of the modem Sequence you are using. 3. Scan “Finish Modem Setup” to enter the modem setup you have just programmed. 4.
  • Page 176: Telephone Connection

    Err 70 and/or Err 77 messages. In the event of a power fail , the normal Series 50 A/IP features apply, in addition to these: Fetal trace storage can not be continued after a mains failure. If the length of the stored trace following a mains failure is not large enough, clear the memory and record a new fetal trace.
  • Page 177 If there is a problem with the telephone line contact the telephone service supplier. 4. Check that the PCMCIA card modem is approved by Philips and that it and the connections between the modem and the telephone wall jack are correctly fitted in accordance with the telephone line supplier and the modem manufacturers recommendations.
  • Page 178: Modem Setup Barcodes

    Modem Setup Barcodes Modem Setup Barcodes The following are the service barcodes for modem setup. See -164 for instructions on how to use them. Service Barcodes Table 11-18Service Barcodes Start Modem Setup 'B/@B.=23;.3BC>' '<' '"' '>' Appendix A Modem Interface Module Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 179 Modem Setup Barcodes Table 11-18Service Barcodes '&' Recall Factory Setting of Modem '31/::.=23;. /1B=@G.3BB7<5' Blind Dial ' :7<2. 7/:' Store Setting 'B=@3.3BB7<5' Cancel Modem Setup ' /<13:.=23;.3BC>' Finish Modem Setup ' 7<7A6.=23;.3BC>' Appendix A Modem Interface Module Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 180 Modem Setup Barcodes Appendix A Modem Interface Module Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 181: Safety And Environment

    Safety Information Safety and Environment Safety Information Follow these guidelines for maximum patient safety: Protective Earth Check each time before use that the Monitor is in perfect working order and properly grounded. Warning Shock hazard: any interruption of the protective earth grounding will cause a potential shock hazard that could result in serious personal injury.
  • Page 182: Environment

    Environment The Monitor is designed to fulfill safety requirements according to IEC 60601-1, UL 544 and CSA C22.2-601.1-M90. It is not intended to be used for direct cardiac application and it is not defibrillator-protected. The external Toco transducer (M1355A) is equipment type B M1351A: Connecting the transducer to the Toco channel results in B condition.
  • Page 183: Spillage

    Declaration for details. EMC Testing During the test program the monitor was subjected to international standard and Philips proprietary EMC tests. During most of the testing no anomalies were observed. Some reduced performance was observed with the IEC 801-3 Radiated Immunity and IEC 801- 4 Fast Transient/Bursts Immunity tests.
  • Page 184: Avoiding Interference

    4. Add external attenuators. If EMI becomes an unusually difficult problem, external devices such as an isolation transformer or a transient suppressor may help. A Philips customer engineer can assist you in determining the need for external devices.
  • Page 185: Upgrade Key

    Upgrade Key Introduction This section tells you how to use an upgrade key to upgrade the software of the Philips Series 50 A and IP-2 fetal monitors. Option C01 (adding twin ultrasound capability), applies only to the 50A . Upgrade Procedure 1.
  • Page 186 7. Switch the monitor off and then on: it will perform the power-on self-test. If an error message is displayed, contact Philips. If “ -8 -” is displayed, the upgrade was not successful. Try the upgrade again from the beginning.
  • Page 187 Index specifications, 14 error 611, 86 displaying memory error 70, 82 Accessories modem interface module, 162 error 77, 83 optional, 11 documentation, 10 Maternal NIBP, 91, 92 accessories, 9 drawer assembly MECG parameter test, 89 parts list, 125 replacing, 150 paper sensing test, 94 Toco parameter test, 90 ultrasound parameter test, 87...
  • Page 188 maternal measurements on the FHR preventative maintenance, 96 trace, 112 printhead, removing, 151 OBMS maternal parameters, 107 printing the error log, 38 connecting to the monitor, 108 baudrate settings, 111 program digital connection, 10 NIBP monitors, 111 adjusting the recorder, 34 pin connections, 117 MECG parameter test, 89 protective earth, 171...
  • Page 189 safety test connector Toco transducer, 17 error 601, 84 Metron, 101 spillage, 173 error 610, 85 Safety test S2 starting storage error 611, 86 protective earth test, 104 modem interface module, 161 error 70, 82 Safety test S3 stepper motor, removing, 154 error 77, 83 patient leakage test, 104 stopping storage...

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